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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, APRTTJ 21, 190G.
Kalr tonlRht aad Sunday cooler . to
olsbt. J. 31. SIIER1ER. I.ooal Forreaatcr.
TrmiMratnre at 7 a. ni-, .VI at 3.30
p. m-, CV. 3Iiaimum teiuprrnture in 24
boara, SI maximum, 72. Velocity of
-rrlad at S a. ui.. 6 mllrM.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
LaSalle coal at Mueller's only.
Trl-City Towel Supply company.
Kerler Bros. your carpet cleaners.
Ralston's Health shoes at Dolly Bros'
For bus, baggage, express call Robb's.
For bus or express, Spencer & Trefz.
Graham's dancing school. Old phone
Graham's dancing school. Old phone
Graham's dancing school. Old phone
Lowest summer prices on hard coal
at Mueller Lumber company.
Cleaning, pressing and dyeing. Pan-
itorium, 1909 Second avenue.
Fly screens, improved make, for sale
at Mueller Lumber company.
Ice cream and ice cream soda at
Peterson's, 1314 Third avenue
Step in and see our line of Quick
Meal gasoline stoves. David Don.
H. T. Siemon wants your tin and fin
nace work. 152G-152S Fourth avenue.
Plenty of fresh fish every day at
aims usn marKei, laiu second ave
Leonard Cleanabie refrigerators, the
best on the market. Prices $S to $50,
at David Don's.
I have just received the largest line
of pocket cutlery ever shown in the
tri-cities. David Don.
The Rock River Collie Kennels ai
Erie, III., advertise some fine puppies
on page 0 th;s evening.
Chi-Xamel the only elastic floor fin
ish made. Makes old floors look like
hard wood. For sale at David Don's.
The Royal Arcanum will give a so
cial and dance Friday evening, April
2 at Math's hall. Members cordially
Insist on having Chi-Namel for your
floors, wood work, and all interior fin
ish. Nothing is "just as good." David
Don, sole agent.
Get one of the carnation
combination of three colors,
cents, this evening at Young
Combs', third floor.
The ladies of the G. A. R. will give
a card party the last of the series
Tuesday afternoon at Memorial, hall.
Admission 15 cents.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Lol Levi, 736 Sev
- enteenth street. Old phone west 59.
- Attend the dance given by the So
cial club at Woodman hall. South Rock
Island. April 21. Admission, grntle
nien 50 cents, ladies free. Bleuer's
Remember the big carpet sale at
Young & McCombs' closes tonight. Or
ders received this evening will be held
' until you wish same delivered by pay
ing a small deposit.
For this evening we have 100 carna
tion plants, group of three colors
pink, red and white, that we will sell
at 10 cents per package. Get a group
of these at Young & McCombs', third
100 of the finest carnation plants for
this evening at 10 cents per package.
Groups of three Mrs. Thomas I-awsos
pink; America, red: and Queen Louise,
white, at Young & McCombs third
Fertilizer, steam dried, odorless for
lawns, gardens and farms, delivered to
any address in town at $1.50 per 100
pounds. Special price in ton lots.
Twin-City Rendering company; 'phone
The fire department was called this
morning to the home of M. II. Sextoi.
1129 Twenty-first street. Hot ashes
thrown against a shed in the rear or
the lot had caused a small blaze, but it
was extinguished before the arrival ot
head has arrived at San Francisco
where it joined the cruiser Chicago
which preceded it by a few hours. A
dispatch to the navy department an
nounced that the two ships immediate
ly landed a battalion of sailors to re
port to General Funston and marines
who reported to Colonel Karmanj.
Secretary Taf t accepted the offer of
car loads of beef and provisions from
J. C. Dodd for the Wichita. Kansas,
packers, to be used by the Red Cross.
i'oxtal CoiMl-!lrI to Move A&ntn.
Srai Francisco, April 21. The Postal
Telegraph company abandoned its tem
porary office in the Ferry building. The
wind shifted to the northwest and tne
flames threatened the ferry building;
DlriM-llonn for Sending Helicf.
Sacramento.. April 21. Lieutenan.
Governor Alden Anderson, who is ai
sisting with the work in the govern
or's office at Sacramento, gave the
following signed statement to the As
sociated Press yesterday as an answer
to numerous inquiries received from
various places asking what to contri
bute and to whom to send it. It was
prepared after a conference over the
long distance telephone with the gov
ernor of Oakland.
"Three-fourths of San Francisco, in
eluding factories and all wholesale
districts, have been burned. Thous
ands of people are homeless and des
titute and must have food and other
supplies for some time. Nearby places
should send -prepared food, such as
bread .crackers, tinned goods, cured
meats, etc. Those not making sucl
contributions should send currency or
coin so it can become immediately
available. Send supplies or money to
tha wnpral relief committee, care of
Mavor K E Schmitz. San Francisco
Alden Anderson. Lleutenant-gov
Iletrued from llebrU.
Ran Francisco. April 21. Eleven
postal clerks were taken from the de
bris of the postoffice yesterday. All
were thought to be dead, but it was
found that, although they were buried
in the stone, every one was alive
Thev had been for three days with
out food or water. All the mail was
The three-storv lodging house at
Fifth and Minua streets collapsed dur
ing the -earthquake and over 75 dead
bodies have been taken out. There are
at least 50 other dead bodies exposed
This building was one of the first to
take fire on F'fth street. At least 100
people were lost in the Cosmopolitan
hotel on Fourth street.
One Hotel Tlmt Knpel.
The only building standing between
Mission. Howard. East, and Stewart
streets is the San Pablo hotel, which
is occupied and running.
The shot tower, at First and Howard
streets, is gone. This landmark was
built 10 years ago.
Or vein oil Shaken.
Cleveland. April 21. A shock felt in
many parts of the city at noon yester
day, supposed to have been an explo
sion, was a tlight earthquake shock.
according to the micro seismograph
register at St. Ignatius college.
I'uimilrH I'ile of KuIum.
Sr.n Francisco. April 21. The town
of Tomales is a nile of rums. Two
children were killed
ARE 110,000 WINERS
OF 400,000 AT WORK
Estimate Made by President Mitchell
Executive Board Closes
Indianapolis, April 21. The United
Mine Workers' international executive
board completed iis work today ana
adinurncd. According to an estimate
made by President Mitchell, approxi
mately 110,000 union miners will be at
work next week. The total member
ship of the organization is 400.000.
rhe board did not discuss the anthra
(Continued From Pajjp One.)
EPITOME OF DOINGS IN
ing public buildings, schools, jails, the
hospitals, sewerj and salt and fresh
water systems. The people hope thai
the fcdctal government will at once
provide ample a:.'propr"a-jon3 to r.-
build all federr.l b-il-iings on a scale ! f'",
befitting the new San Francisco. Wc
are d-etermined to restore to the na
tion its chief port on the pacific."
Jlfnnn of Kwfl pr Threatened.
The high wind blowing last night
from the north west of the fire strlckcv
districts and the water, front threat
ened to cut off communication with
Oakland and Berkeley. General Cas
ter ordered out a squad of men to er.
deavor to keep back the flames which
threatened the Union ferry depot, the
only means of getting into the city.
The wind is of such velocity that
brick and granite walls, weakened by
the earthquake and subsequent fin
fell into the streets.
Commissary officers last night esti
mated that $1,500,000 had already been
expended or contracted for in relief
work so far and that at least another
half million, will be necessary to con
tinue tbe work. The cruiser Marble-
Washington, D. C, April 21. Follow
ing is a brief resume taken from tht
official records of yesterday's proceed
ings in both houses of congress:
SK.VTK In tlic senate Mr. L.a Fol
lotto continued, but did not conclude
his speech on the rate MU. The appro
priation for the San Kram-lsco suffer
ers was made available for the pur
chase of medical supplies and steps
were taken toward replacing the pub
lic buildings by calling on the secre
tary of the treasury to prepare an esti
mate: of I he iost of new structures. At
t:10 p. m. the senate went Into execu
tive sess'on. and three minutes later
adjourned until today.
HOLMS A serious altercation ie
tween General Orosvenor of Ohio and
Frank Clark of Florida was narrowly
averted ir t'm hovse through tho di
nlomacv of Mr. Williams. ' who had their
lanpuafre stricken fron th- record. Ilf-
the trourve had been smootneu
ver. however. Mr. Clark made a tnreat
of personal violence asrainst Mr. Oros
venor. Sixty-five pas-es of the District
of Columbia, apnroprirition bill were
considered, and the national quarantine
bill was sent to conference. At 5:30
P. ni. adjournment was taken until today.
Fire Chief Confesses Bribery.
Green Bay, Wis.. April 21. Fire
Chief William Kennedy pleaded guilty
in ths municipal court to a charge cf
bribery on information secured on his
voluntary- statement. Sentence was
withheld. The bribe was in connection
with the purchase of apparatus for the
Ohio Brewers Will Fight. .
Cincinnati. Ohio, April 21. A com
mittee of the Ohio Brewers' associa
tion met here yesterday and decided to
employ attorneys to contest the con
stitutionality of the Aiken law and the
Jones local option law, passed recently
by the general assembly.
CATURDAY, at 9:30 and all day till sold, about
1000 yards, consisting of short lengths of plain and
fancy silks, left from the weeks big silk sales, all at yd. 1 9c
Yard Wide Black Taffetas, in the best known
makes, values up to $2.00, at yard .
$1.25. $1.19. $1.10. 95c and S9cK
TH I RD AVEN UETHROUCH TO SECOND
JpERCALES More of those best yard-wide Quad
riga Percales, In pretty new styles, including the
hard-to-get polka dots, Shepherd and barred checks,
splendid assortment for Shirtwaists and Suits, while they
last, per yard, 12 1-2 C.
Saturday Evening. April 21
1 March "PRINCESS CHIC" Boettger
2 Characteristic "THE HURRICANE" Alpert
3 Medley "LET ME SEE YOU SMILE" Fischer
4 Melodies from the Opera. "THE UMPIRE" Vamp
5 Waltz " SYLVAN DREAMS" Hildreth
6 March "THE ROSE OF THE ALHAM BRA " . Hosmer
7 Selection "MAYOR OFTOKIO" Peters
8 Medley "MY NAME IS MORGAN. BUT IT
AIN'T J. P." Mohr
9 Mazurka "MERCEDES" St. Clair
10 Intermezzo "SUN FLOWER" Hayden
11 Novelette " IDLE HOURS" Hall
12 March "TAMMANY" Edwards
SALE OF NEW PICTURES
A FTER HOUSECLEANING, a few new pictures
help to brighten things up. Here are some of the
latest pictures, priced very low.
Lamasures, Poppy Field and Field of Daisies.
also F. E. English's Studies of Old Dutch Wind Mills, full
colored and handsomely long panel framed, in new dented
gilt, about half value. 75c.
Bessie Reed's Coon Faces, four bright color studies,
in black wood frames, two for 25c or. each, 15c.
Archie Gunn's Famous Pajama Girls, which
have created such a furore in the East, gilt frames, 39c.
J. R. Bryson's Carmencita and Caprice, two art
studies, in beautiful colors, same price. 39c.
Teiro Yashada's Japanese Geisha Girls, four sub
jects, in fancy oak frames, copyrighted and made Jo sell
for $1.50, we price the 40 we could get at 75c.
Pretty Landscapes, art studies, heads, etc., all
framed, variously priced up from 25c.
$1, $1.25 and $1.50 Embroi
dered Swisses, 49c Yard.
AN extraordinary purchase of highest class Swiss em
broidered waistings in white and ecru, 42 inches
wide, bought at from one-third to one-half their actual
value, beginning Saturday, while they last, yd., 49c.
30c Printed IMousseline de
FORTUNATE purchase of these dainty, sheer dress
fabrics in an exquisite range of Organdy Printings,
a fine silk and cotton mixed fabric, regularly sold at 30c,
Saturday and Monday, yd., 19c.
For Saturday and Monday
"NTO. 60 all silk Taffeta AT 2:30 p. m. 8c fine
Ribbon, black and all -bleached Muslins, mill
colors. Saturday all day, lengths, yd., 5 l-2c.
yd., 12 l-2c. 100 pieces newembroi-
Ladies' all silk em- dered tab Necktie Rib-
broidered stock Collars, bons. priced specially for
50c and 75c values. Sat- Saturday. 25c, 19c and
20x4S inch extra heavy
Huck Towels, in plain
white or colored border,
special for Saturday and
Monday, each. 15c.
42-inch fir.e bleached
Pillow Case Muslin, 15c
urday, each. 35c.
1000 yards Nainsook,
Cambric and Swiss Em
broideries, Insertions and
Edgings, worth up to
12 l-2c, Saturday at 3
o'clock, yd., 5c.
Saturday and Monday
at 3 o'clock. 600 yards quality, at, yd.. 10c.
sheer white India Linons,
limit of 12 yards to a
customer, at about half
price, yd,, 5c.
Saturday and Monday
at 9:30 o'clock, one case
fancy Dress Ginghams,
two to 14 yd. lengths,
regular 10c quality, limit
of 12 yards to a custo
mer, yd., 5c.
Saturday at 7:30 p. m..
100 dozen men's black
Socks, limit of three pairs
to a customer, at three
pairs for 10c.
Saturday all day, la
dies' pure bleached long
sleeve Vests, 25c value,
Saturday at 3:30. 50
dozen linen Teneriffe
Doylies, regularly sold at
19c. wh:le they last, at
Men's $2.50 Oxford Tics,
all day Saturday, per
Women's and misses'
fancy colored Hose. worth
!5c an. 13-; pair,, all day
at -,air. 10c.
Saturday and Monday
all day. women's $2.00
taffeta silk Umbrellas at
Saturday at 11 a. m.,
Sanitcl Tooth Wash and
Powder, at 16c.
Saturday at 7:30. Ri
ker's Violet and Lily of
the Valley Perfumes, 50c
kind, per oz., 15c.
Saturday at 3 p. m.,
ladies' $2.00 Hand Bags,
assorted leathers, each
Saturday at 3 p.m..
ladies' muslin Petticoats,
white muslin, full length,
with tucked and hem
stitched flounce, 46c.
Saturday at 7:30 p. m..
Dressing Sacques in pret
ty figured goods, very
Saturday all day. large
boxes of Satin Finish
Paper and Envelopes in
the Book Department at
half price, per box, 8c.
Pin tray, quadruple
plate. French gray finish,
floral designs, each 68c.
2000 Yards Sheer French
Organdies 12 l-2c.
CHOICE of sixty different designs and colorings in this
beautiful summer dress fabric, regular price 22c yd.,
but owing to backward season ve bought a case of them
at about half price, so on Saturday and Monday and till
closed, choice of this beautiful line, just 12 l-2c.
NEVER SAW COATS GO
Like the 42 inch ones. We have advertised
several lots that vanished quickly at special
prices here's another
Fancy mix coats in the 40 and 42-inch lengths, beet
of tailoring, styles the newest, values $ 1 2.50 to $20,
take your pick at $10.75.
LADIES' SUITS AT $9.50
TTON and other good styles, well made, nicely
trimmed, excellent materials, desirable In every
way and very cheap at $9.50.
Big Deal Mohair Dress Goods
TWO cases of these ideal spring and summer dress
goods, shed the dust perfectly, and wear splendidly,
regular 50c quality, colors and black, bought from an over
stocked importer, so that we can sell them at' just half
actual value, on sale Saturday 2:30 and Monday all
day if not closed out before, at yd., 25c.
NEW DRESS SKIRTS $5.00
"IVEW gored and circular cut dress skirts, made of
Panama, Broadcloth, Fancy mixtures and Sic
ilians, all the best colors, an offering all together out
of the ordinary. Just such styles as you would expect
to pay $6.50 to $9.00 for, at this sale we make them
Handsome wraps for auto, driving or traveling, also
new walking full length wraps, exquisitely designed and
finished, priced as low as $16.50.
FINE EMBROIDERIES ABOUT
A BOUT half the big 13,500 yard purchase cf em
broideries placed on sale Thursday were closed
out. Ve didn't have room for all, so for Saturday
and Monday we offer the balance, cosisting cf finest
Nainsook, Cambric and Swiss matched sets, flcunc
ings and corset cover widths, worth from 1 5c to $1 .50
a yard, at yd.. 10c. 12 l-2c. 15c. 19c, 25c,
38c. and 48c.
Of Interest to the Housefurnishers
CARPETS AND RUGS
" VELVET rugs, 27x54 inches.
C ANITARY Steel couches, open out to full size
- bed, supported by spiral steel springs, substan
tial and attractive, $3.75.
Chiffioniers, solid oak. fine large drawers, well
made, and good finish $4.85.
Mission library tables, with many new combina
tions, including combination table and chair, prices,
$22.50 to $6.50.
Mission library tables, chairs and rockers to
match, some very attractive patterns, at excep
tionally low prices.
Massive mission desk tables, $7.45.
Mission chairs and rockers, in great variety of
styles $15.00 to 2.75.
cut, select oak
spring bottoms, with imperial spring edges 7.65.
We are showing at this sale, a select line of
couches and davenport beds at prices to meet the
requirement of every purse, 5.95 to 35.00.
Folding Go-Carts, exactly like cut, rubber tire,
steel wheels, nickel plated, hub caps,
patent wheel fasteners, enamel gear,
A large assortment of chidren's
modern vehicles from which to select, HBli i
that folds flat, has ball
bearing wheels and
leather top. Also hood
folding go-carts, prices
up to 22.50.
Oriental designs. S2.25 values.
Axminster rugs, 27 x 60 inches,
$2.25 values. $1.65.
Smyrna rugs, all wool and revers
ible, 30x60 inches, $1.47.
Ingrain carpets, 36 inches wide,
fast colors, good line of patterns, per
yd.. 22 l-2c.
Ingrain carpets, extra super, all
wool filled, great values, yd., 47c.
Columbian Ingrain carpets, heavy
and servicable, reds, greens and tans,
per yd., 32c.
Linoleums, printed, granites and
inlaids, domestic and imported, tiles,
woods and floral patterns, 2 yd. wide
Linoleum, per square yd., 35c.
4 yd. wide Linoleum, per square
Brussels carpets. 27 inches wide,
all wool, with or without borders, yd.,
Velvet carpets. Smith's, Dobson's
and Sanford's soft and silky effects,
artistic designs and colorings, yd.,
$1.25, 97c, and 82 l-2c.
1 "DR0KEN PINS mended, stones re
placed in settings, old chains made
as good is new, old jewels reset in mod
ern styles, tarnished brooches restored
to beauty, any needed repair of Jewelry
done skillfully and for a moderate
charge. Remember. McCabe's guaran
tee back of every repair job that goes
out of this department.
"M"0 germs find a resting place in these
cleanly floor coverings. We have
them in every grade and style. 16000
yards to select from, and at prices that
will make you wonder how we do it,
from 8 l-2c to 50c yd.
READY ACCESS TRUNK
XA7E carry a full line of these trunks
" and will be glad to show hoW
this trunk can save you time in pack
ing or unpacking. How it is thor
oughly ventilated without removing
either garments or trays and why it
Will last you so much longer than an
ordinary trunk. Lifting the cover
brings the trays up and out of the
trunk and gives free entrance to every
corner at once.
2Iadf in 14 diftrent C (( "
-sr. u pD,VJJ up.
AID TO BASE BALL
President Powers, of National
Association, Starts Relief
Fund for Pacific Coast.
Baseball men are rallying to the res
cue of the Pacific league which will
ne in hard lines for a season at lease
as a result of the destruction of Sai.
Francisco and the damaging of Oak
land. San Francisco, as the principal
city in the league was relied upon tu
furnish a large share of the receipts
and with this source of revenue cut
off radical retrenchment Mill need tu
be made if the organization weathers,
the storm. President P. T. Powers of
the National Association of Basehal.
I-cagues has addressed a- letter to the
management of clubs throughout tho
country soliciting subscrptions to u
fund for the aid of the coast organiza
tion. President Sexton received one
of the letters today. President Pow
ers heads the list with $100 as a pei
ponal contribution and a like sum for
the Providence team of the Eastern
league of which he has charge.
LETTERS WITHOUT STAMPS
CARRIED BY GOVERNMENT
stamps, which the local postoffice can
not supply. Postmaster Dargie has
telegraphed to the postoffice depart
ment at Washington that, owing to the
wreck of the San Francisco postoffice,
registered pouches and packages will
be held in the Oakland offices indefiii
itely. He also suggested' that offices mak
ing up mails for Manila and the orient
might be instructed to forward them
to Seattle, instead of San Francisco.
SHOCKS IN ITALY
Seismic Disturbance South of Florcncs
Did Damage of Unknown
Mail from San Francisco Will Be Han
dled Free of Postage Until Fur
Oakland, Cal., April 21 It ar,
nounced that until further notfee let
ters from San Francisco will be sent
through the mails free of postage. This
has been made necessary on account
Rome. Apr:l 21. Thirteen earth
shocks were felt in succession thi&
morning in the province of Siona, Tus
cane. Several buildings were dam
aged at Poggibonsi, 19 miles south ot
Florence. It is not known whether
Siona is damaged.
Herd of Cattle in Panic.
San Francisco, April 21. A herd of
300 cattle was stampeded by the flames
at Sixth and Folsom streets and caused
a number of fatalities, trampling undei
foot all who were in the way. A least
a dozen persons-were killed.
Devil's Island Torture
la no worse than the terrible case of
piles that afflicted me 10 years. Then
I was advised to apply Bucklen's Ar
nica Salve, and less than a box perma
nently cured me, writes L. S. Napier
of Rugles, Ky. Heala all wounds,
burns and sores like magic. 25 cents,
of the unprecedented demand for at Hartz & Ullexneyer., druggists.
FIRE IN PHILIPPINES;
Mariguina, Province of Rizl, Destroyed
and Government is Rushing Aid
to ' Sufferers.
Manila, April 21. Fire has swept
the town of Mariguina, in Rizl prov
ince. Many thousands of persons are
homeless and starving. Two thousand
dwellings are in ruins. The govern
ment is rushing assistance to the suf
ferers. Fire also destroyed Pasil, near
the town of Ccbu. Two hundred dwell
ings were burned and many persons TflAJJJ
bia today while at work at the Stand
ard Slaughtering company, and armed
with a large butcher knife he drove
100 employes into the street. He was
finally captured and taken to a hospi
tal and bound with ropes.
DISASTER AFFECTS REASON
Woman Goes Mad on Hearing of San
Fort Dodge, Iowa, April 21. Di.
Mary A. Breen, en route to her home
in Lemars, went violently insane upon
hearing of the terrible catastrophe in
San Francisco, and is detained in the
DOWIE MUST KEEP
OUT OF THE PULPIT
Court Decides Voliva Has Right
Hold Meeting in Zion City
JUMPS OFF BRIDGE
Chicago. April 21. Judge Wright, in
the1 circuit court, todry decided that
Two Big Fcur Brakemen Drowned
Miami River In Ohio.
Cincinnati, Ohio, April 21. Two Big
Four brakemen were drowned and a
number of other men had narrow es
capes when a construction train jump
ed from the new steel bridge at Cleves
25 feet down into the Miami river today.
Insurance Measure Passed.
Albany, X. Y., April 21. The insur-
Dowie could not occupy the pulpit in ance bill generally a.ncnding the In-
Zion City tabernacle, as he had plan- surance law recommenled by the In
ned to do. The court held that Voliva surance investigating committee has
could use the tabernacle tomorrow, passed the senate.
and Dowie on each alternate day.
Dowie, who had planned to visit Zion
City today, at once changed his plan.
DOG'S BITE ACTS
Springfield. 111.. April 21. (Special).
Adjutant General Scott today issued
an order for Ralph II. Souder to take
the examination for second lieutenant
of company A, Cth infantry, Rock Is
land at 10 a. m., Saturday, May 12, at
A Lucky Postmistress
Is Mrs. Alexander of Cary, Maine, who
has found Dr. King's New Life Pills to
QUICKLY I be tne best remedy she ever tried for
HueiJiug me siuujacii, wvei turn uuweis
Chicago Butcher Chases 100 Fellow In perfect order. You'll agree with her i
Workmen With a Knife. I if you try these painless purifiers that,
Chicago, April 21. Thomas Krizenk, i infuse new life. Guaranteed by Hartz'
who was bitten by a dog yesterday, J & Ullemeyer, druggists. Price, 25 (
was apparently seized with hypdropho- cents.
Rock Island. tu
We have always admitted that
we may not have the largest
stock. We have always claime'l
the best stock the best a8ort
ment of new goods the dainti
In ppring jewelry we have all
that the seasons' vogue supplies.
Dainty enameled pieces opales
cent colors that challenge the
rainbow's atmospheric radiance.
Designs that remind you of Illy
crested ponds that phot their
color from the mists of mountain
Cold type reveals nothing.
You should indulge our chal
lenge, as nothing equals per
sonal inspection as a means of
io? a avi
T.0CK Island. Ill,