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THE ARGTJS. WEDNKSTXiVY. APIiH, 8, 1008.
Published Dally and Weekly at 16J4
Second avenue. Rock Island, HI. En
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natter. ' 7
BY THE J. W. POTTER fcO.
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'Correspondence solicited from every
township In Rock Island county.
Humor and Philosophy
By DUNCAN M. SMITH ;
I cause more people meet in precincts .filament becomes sort when heatea 10
land name delegates than can assemble1 incandescence . It, must be anchored
!at a county seat. :'" , - . ' v. . i at both ends of tle loops. The bulb
"The thing to be aimed at is a full contains a glass rod with, mue piau-
and free expression of the will of the sum wires at the end and midway I
. . . ... ... ... .-. . . ,. T
voters. : Anytnmg that secures tms is , upon - wmcn we tantaium wire i
democratic and anything that prevents ; looped. : These lamps require only
this is undemocratic. I 'am speaking about two watts candle power against
now of the conditions in the country. "S.l in the ordinary lamps. This gives
I am not sufficiently acauamted'wlth the man whose house is lighted Dyi neallv nobody seems to know much
conditions to know whether a plan ' electricity a third more light for the about bow to rim a country, but there
TRADES FKM COUNCIIL
Wednesday, April 8, 1908.
without any Joking, a
which applies to the counties gener
ally can be applied to the city subdi
visions. But those whj want to se
cure an honest expression of the
wishes of the voters will have no
trouble in formulating a plan to meet
same amount of money.
A late development in the incan
descent lamp field is the new tung
sten lamp. These lamps are made
from still another metal known as
tungsten. It is also a German dis
covery,. This lamp consumes, so it is
claimed for it, only 1 to 1.5 watts per
Election Results and the Duty of, candle power, a saving of more than
The one-sided result of yesterday's
election in Rock Island, taken in itself
Now for a
greater and a better
Four out of seven aldermen elected,
with the .possibility of another, is do
ing pretty well, thank you.
'.Rock Island wants to be better as
well as greater. There is opportunity
at hand for the accomplishment of
It's up to you, whatever your atti
tude on the prohibition issue, to help
make Rock Island a greater and a bet
.Four out of five aldermen elected,
and a tie in one ward besides, togeth
er with distinct gains on the town
ticket was a pretty good showing for
or in connection with the vote through
out the state on the- issue of anti
saloon territory, which means the ex
periment of prohibition, must not , be
taken by the liquor interests as a vin
dication In any sense of the word.
The Argus ventures to say that a
very big percentage of the negative
vote in Rock Island yesterday repre
sented opposition to the means pro
posed of eradicating an acknowledged
evil, and not a justification of the sa
loon as Jt is now conducted.
There are two principles embodied
In the theory cf prohibition from the
standpoint of its opponents. One is
that of personal liberty as it applies getaer. Tne filament is then looped
are plenty who are dead willing to
J Truly weought
to profit by our
if we were to
do so would they
then be misfor
A tactful per
son is one who
leaves the Im
pression thai he
is greatly Im
pressed. ; -
two-thirds in current consumed in the
The fundamental value of tungsten
as a lamp filament lies in its. wonder
fully high melting point It is almost
impossible to melt this metal. As a
metal, as we understand the word,
tungsten, is practically unknown.- It
cannot ' be made ; into ingots, bar or
wire. In its usual refined form it ap
pears as a fine, steel-blue powder, j The curious thing about It Is that
Because it cannot be drawn into wire tne more a man is compeuea to Dor-
the lamp filaments from the metal row the less he isiable to.
have to be made in a roundabout way.
The powder . is mixed with an ad
hesive paste and squirted through a
die in a fine thread. The "thread"
is baked in an electric oven at a high
temperature until the particles of
I tungsten are practically welded to-
to the individual. This view of the
case influenced many. The other is
that of practicability, conscientiously
considered. This, too, had its effect in
guiding the attitude of the electors.
That there were hundreds of citizens
who voted against the enforcement of
local option in Rock Island because
they felt that regulation affords the
most expedient process of deal
ing with the subject is an in
controvertible statement That the
voters so actinsr would only sus-
The people have spoken against pro- tain prohibition as a last desnerate ex
hibition in principle. Permanent re- treme in the event of a continuance of
form and practical regulation of the ' defiance of law. but who. while voting
liquor traffic is now in order.
The fact that because a man is con
scientiously opposed to prohibition in
principle, it docs not follow that he 13 looked, no student of the situation will
as they did, made a firm mental res
ervation that intolerable conditions,
not perhaps more of the present than
of the past, will be no longer over
a saloon advocate, has been verified
' Of course, Mr. Hearst's new party,
like all reformers, is organized to save
tie country. There may be, however,
an Idea in the background that Mr.
Hearst and his followers will be event
ually landed on the pay roll of Uncle
And now it is said that Boss Cox of
Cincinnati, having done, the under
ground work to secure a Taft delega
tion, from Ohio, is to be qulcky pushed
aside. But suppose Boss Cox refuses j the saloon and its control cooperates
to be eliminated and joins the Foraker ! in the work of reform, the better, but
deny. In this undercurrent of feeling,
which any sane mind, will recognize as
existing, is a warning to the liquor
interests that will be disregarded at
their peril. They must reform; and
while it is gratifying to note that these
very interests in Rock Island have al
ready recognized the underlying feel
ings of public sentiment and have
made a move consistent with ante
election promises, they must realize,
too, that those involved . cannot
alone prescribe either the extent or
the limit of the conditions that may
be imposed. To the full degree that
It certainly is exasperating to labori
ously put by something for a rainy day
and then when you go to get It to find
it has been soaked.
The reason that a sucker bites Is be
cause that is what he Is on earth for. 4
A rolling stone Is a smooth proposi
tion. ' .
If a girl Is In love with a poor man
lamps which produce two and three lv "-"co "
times as much light for the same cost things.
h- very encouraging to those who en1 ' . . . . .
joy electric lights. What the future Perhaps we have reason to be thank
will bring forth is. of course, merely fal hat TL?, d "
speculative, but there are those much as they might if they energlxed
amnnr .Tm wmMV 1MHm Invnnrnrc eir capacity.
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and anchored in the bulb nearly the
same way as in the tantalum lamp.
The fact that experiments and dis
coveries within the past few months
have resulted in' new incandescent
Slje rgus Daily Short Story
who say that the incandescent lamp
is still a long way from the perfec
tion it will attain -in the next few
years to come.
faction in making trouble.
Think of an American girl paying
a bonus to get some no account
monkey on the other side of the
water to marry her. It cannot be
possible that ' any American girl of
good' sense will do so foolish a thing
as this. It sometimes happens that
rich men's daughters are not overly
bright Great wealth is not condu
cive to the rearing of strong-minded
' Statistics furnished by the commer
cial agencies show that commercial
failures for the first quarter of this
there may come, and will come, regu
lations and restrictions that may be
objectionable to them, and yet will
apply with binding farce to the situa
tion. Strict respect for the law on
the one hand and enforcement of the
law on the other are the first requi
sites" to a well regulated city. The
weeding out of the dives and the con-
Uncle Joe's Goose Cooked.
Uncle Joe Cannon has cooked his
goose as a presidential candidate.
When he refused to assist the ways
and means committee to report the
bill repealing all duties upon wood
pulp and print paper, he drove the
last nail into his coffin. Herman
Ritter, president of the American
newspaper association, asKcd an mem
bers of the Associated Press through
out the country to telegraph immedi
ately to Speaker Cannon and Repre
sentatives Sereno E. Payne and John
Dalzell, alleging that these three men
are holding back the wood pulp bill.
The result has been a roar ihat has
shaken congress to its center, and
Uncle Joe has discovered that the
press is solidly arrayed against him.
One result f . this is the election of
two national delegates from the First
congressional district In this state with
instructions to vote for Taft, so that
Cannon will not get a - solid Illinois
delegation. This was done for the
moral effect that it will have on the
The wood pulp trust has not an ar-
Probably the man who has no re
ligion in his business bus no business
The Awful Gossip.
We like to knock the gossip.
Wo can't admire her ways. Jt
Too much- Bho criticises; ' I
Too meager in her praise.
The fallings of her neighbors
Are always on display.
But still we pause to listen,
v To what slin has to say.
We know Jones isn't perfect;
Hut. then, it Isn't Rind f
To dwell on his shortcomings
And fault with htm to find. ('
But still of all his meanness '
Perhaps wo wouldn't dream , ;
Did wo but stop to listen . I
When she lias on fuU steam. .
But. though we may abhor It
That shu her tongue should v
In such a busy fashion.
Still we must know the news.
And if we dldn t meet her
Most everywhere we went
We'd havo to buy a papery
And that would cost a cent.
Tea, wc despise the gossips s,
Who dainty morsels pass, ' :
But are we very certain ,
We are not in the class?
An inward look, would show
.When knocking was the programme
That we were none too alow.
"Lisbeth's Lesson." By Lester Rose.
(Copyrighted, 1908, by the Associated titemry Press.)
Mean of Him.'
sequent diminution of the number nf'Sument to sustain it. Every consid-
saloons. the removal of every adjunct erat,oa both tor the reservation of
that debauches the traffic, as well asithe forests and the tax on lnte"isence
the natron, and. in tart nn ntiro ro.i demands Its abolition.
adiustment of rh n,,pSHm, t .n itJ The president In his message calls
ramifications and, bearings, in a'puwic nu w ine uuse' a"u Kl
manner that will be permanent and Speaker Cannon stands In the way
j lasting and which will give no occasion
year exceed in total liabilities the fall- for complaint from the average citi-
ur m tue nrsc quarter or any yearlZen. is absolutely essential tn nnhim
since 1878. They are $75,706,191. For
the same quarter of 1904, with which
this year is often compared, they were
$48,007,911. In the first quarter of the
panic year of 1894 there were $64,137.
333, and in 1878 they were $82,078,826.
Despite their magnitude the figures
are not without encouraging indica
tions. The total is less than in the
first three months of the present pan
ic, when the liabilities of failed banks
swelled the amount and the liabilities
in March were smaller than in any
preceding month since last Septem
morals and public welfare,
What is more than this, the time to
( establish the new conditions that will
aenne tne legitimate saloon and put it
in its place and keep it there, is not in
the future, but in the present. The
policy of procrastination and evasion
has gone to its full limit The time
for action, for definite action, Is at
It is again pertinent to say that it is
a condition and not a theory that con
Advancement in the Incandescent
Ane democratic Victory. incandescent lamn has heem
One of the most significant results a big factor in life and business The
of yesterday's election was the demo-' total va,e of last year's output ; in
cratic victory throughout the city. In ' ltfry ls eEtlmate at over
Brtrilfmn in oWHnr . ,Tf.vw,wv.
of any reform.
Gsntle and Effective. '
A well known Manitoba editor
writes; : "As an Inside worker I find
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver I
Tablets invaluable for the touches of
biliousness natural to sedentary life;
their action being gentle and effective,
clearing the digestive tract and the
head." Price, 25 cents. Samples free."
. "She is very beautiful."
"Yes. There Is Just one fault wltn
is itr' .
-She has been beautiful bo long .
Iisb'ith straightened. u.'-wiili a s:-Jia.
and wriggled her fingers. !fut smkI al
most distorted by constant r.ovk with
i'ae needle. The sharp eyed forevwo-
jxsh Lurried toward her.
"So you have done-it at last':" she
asked. "I was beginning to tuiui; that
you never would get it done."
"I hurried all 1 couKl." said Lisbeth
patiently. "There is an awful lot ot
iureuos in teat arcss, miss nrsuly.
"All the more need for working
slickly," snapped the forewoman.
"Mrs. Crydcr has telephoned three
times since 4 o'clock."
As she spoke she Avas rapidly ex
amining the work, but even her critic al
glauce could discover no defect, and
with a last deft touch she shook out
the heavy folds aud prepared it for
packing, while Lisbetu hurried oil to
the little cupboard, by courtesy termed
a tlrcssing room, and exchanged her
working clothes for the neat street
She made what speed she could, for
Tommy Itauson was coming to take
lier to a dance and she must have tlnw
to primp before she could make her
cue well worn party dres3 presentable.
SUe had reached the door when Miss
Brady's shrill voice arrested her steps.
"You'll have to take this homo," she
t!?cJared. "I told Sally to wait Tor it
but here she's gone. I suppose she'll
'.vrn up in the morning and declare
that she never heard me. That girl ls
the daughter of Ananias."
Miss Brady extracted the pencil,, that
was stuck. through. Wr back hair and
wrote an address ou the box; then she
nearched her pocket rook .for a dime,
t'omething in.,Lisbeths face caught her
"I'm sorry if you're going out -this
evening," she said, more kindly, "but
you know what Mrs. Cryder is. aud if
I sent it. up by a messenger boy ha'd
r.to'i'to play craps or something. Wore
you going out?"'
T.isbeih nodded. "A friend's, going
to take me. to a dance," she explained
simply. "'I guess I'll be in tim
though,,' she ;idded hopefully. ,
Miss Erady caught up. a bow of rib
bon from the work table and gave it to
'Tin that in your hair when you
Tress," shcvsald kindly. "It'll look fine
asainsr .3 our oiacs natr. lvriiatii
your Ticifim pep 'when be ecjs how tiuo
"It wca't do no good," contended IJs
beih. "He did pop. I dou't want to
marry a man who can't make a home
for me. I'd have to keep on working
if I marry Tommj'."
"Tht.-re's worse thing5? than work."
reminded Mi.;s Erady as kup helped
Lisbcta thro-jgli the door with the box.
The cars v.eiv crowded with home
gorrs as Liabeth cr.ine ont upo.l the
street Xot even the jrift of tht bov.
had lightened the gloom upvn her usu
ally pretty face. :::kI as she t-Iuug to a
strap and sought to protect lift pivcious
box from injury she gave rein to her
Mrs. CryJer, for wfco'.i th dress was
intended, wa-5 one of Mile. Celeste's
beet e::i'io:c-rs. l.i:-:b?tli !:::;'w hv- well
a pv.i:d. p::!e !.'.d', whose dresse3
were tkv uvy of the entire shop. The
. trr-C'-ieJ the. society . loli;:1.: us of
;.'-. . Probably.
"Working is doing what yon don't
like to do.".
lnil . IMnw , vnn HVa lat
Get Them Noun Paw aa Yau Wear I
Clothes for Easter.
U V i i J ' V
I I -TV 1 r I M i7 X. Y
aiaerman, besides tying the vote in
one of the other wards. ' the party
gains the highest political representa-
Perhaps the most noteworthy ad
vancement in incandescent lighting
was the introduction, a: few months
tlon in thfi enimrii 'nH ct.ut aE. of tne new metal filament lamps.
lr partisan Issue, will have half the In ear exPriment8 metals which
vote of the council, Alderman H J. C?uld 8tand reasonab'y high temper
rick. elected on the citizens ticket ' ftures w,thout melting, such as plat
a year ago, being a democrat. ' If theVum were , trled but broke
Fifth ward rnntpsf chnM j i down or melted, before they attained
favor of Cochran the party would 'fhe "I13 of a , good carbon
nave tne majority in the council un
der the circumstances alluded to-.
The democrats 'likewise gained on
the vote .of the township ticket,, re
ducing materially the normal , repub-
lican vote of the city and brighten
ing, as well as widening the way for
future triumphs of the party, where
it goes before the people as It did on
measures to offer
lamp. ' Experiments were continued
along these lines utilizing several rare
metals then slightly known but never
existing in pure form. The first suc
cess was to the credit of German elec
trical and metallurgical experts. Sev
eral, years ago, acting on the principle
as a starting point that the tight from
an ; Incandescent lamp filament in-
this occasion with good men and good'Creases wosnrnlvely with the tem-
I'vioimc jl mC uiatueoi, eipenmenis
were begun in Germany to discover a
lr.Ulu thl VnnM nlili.t.nJ V.
.Mr. Bryan's Interview Regard in hirhAr fm( u
Coanty Conventions. the rare metal was produced in its
' Th Chicago Daily News of March pure form It was found to give most
19, contained the following interview satisfactory results. '
with W: J: Bryan who, in speaking of The chemical properties of tantaium
the selection of delegates to the state are very remarkable. It Is very hard
convention, said: ' jand only recenUy, has it been success-
"I believe in the county convention fully drawn Into wire. When cold It
and that it be made up of delegates J resists the action of the strongest
'from the precincts. A mass conven- acids. The filament in a tantainm
-tion in. a county is not as fepresen-1 Is about 15 inches long, looped many
tative as a delegate convention be-' times on a spider support. Aa tne
No Money Down,
Why not get your Easter clothes
richt now? Why wait until the last
minute? Menter & Rosenbloom com
pany, with a store located at 115
1171X West Second 'Ktreet. unHtalrs. over
the Independent 5 and 10 Cent store, j is sometimes called playing them.'
uavenpori, towa. nave a wonneriuiiy
"S'pose SO. ' . . J
"That must be why workmg people
fine stock of clothing, hats and shoes
ror men and women, boys and girls,
brought here especially for their large
Easier trade. -
You don't need money to buy Easter
clothes at Menter & Rosenbloom com
pany's. - Your promise to pay is all
they ask. and $1 a week will buy you
a complete outfit at cash store prices.
. Don t buy till you see their stylish
clothes, but buy early, so that if alter
ations are necessary they can be made
Would Know Later. -
. Is .the prisoner sane or insane T V
I don't know yet"
' "But you have examined him,
.."Yes." " '
. "And yon are an expert?
. I am one of the best But, yon see.
both sides are dickering with me for
in time. Alterations are rree at Men-1. -i.,,, ., havon't fonnd out vat
tcr & Rosenbloom company's. -115 v. - witness, ana 1 naven 1 ionna om yet
117 West Second street, upstairs, over! which has the more money."
tViA InrlnnH.nrlont fi ami 1A Ccyt at rra I .
Davenportr Iowa. .
' We have rent
ed the store in
the - Industrial
building, - corner
a n .d Twentv-
firsC street, where we will begin
manufacturing awnings, tents,
etc., March 30. Work guaranteed
and prices the lowest .Don't for
get your local manufacturers. We
are here to stay, and shall do our
best to please-you. Our repre
sentattve will call as soon as
possible. Leave orders at the of
flee, or phone us. and our agent
win can wiui samples.
TRI-CITY AWNING & TENT CO.
rr"1 1 ' r
v Just Its Way.
1 March has many moods, they say,
v - E'er It takes lta leave y
Something different for each day.
A Always up lta aleeva. - p
Wasn't Har Fortune.
"Why don't 70a marry a millionaire,
Mandr v -' :
v rHavent the nerve to try, SHitt."-.-
r "Different with, me,' ( . - -"Wbyr
. 1 luiTent the ticm." y
-ia :r .. .
"Do they have corporal ptcnisnment
In the army?" :
"You bet they donX and you da sent
punch the lieutenant either. . I tell you,
them ofice has things about their
s. Tiaa in uaiu.uuessuio .
Do yon know ffood coirandnunT
'- Get Ready.
To Make Your
TO MAKE A SUCCESS OF
YOUR GARDEN YOU MUST
PLANT THE BEST SEEDS
THAT MONEY CAN BUY. ; WE
ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR II.
W. BUCKBEE'S NORTHERN
GROWN PEDIGREED SEEDS,
AND WE CARRY THE LARG
EST AND MOST COMPLETE
.LINE OF BULK SEEDS IN
THE TRI-CITIES. '
GIVE US A TRIAL, AND WE
.WILL CONVINCE YOU THAT
WE HAVE THE BEST SEED
MONEY CAi BUY. TRY BUCK
BEE'S GILT EDGE, NASTUR
TIUM AND SWEET, PEAS. r
. ONION SETS
5 and 10 Cents Per Quart.
. The Strictly Cash Grocers. "
New phone 5696; old. phone
823-X.- 930 Third avenue, r:
Lisbeth, as Mrs. Cryder tottered Into
the dressing room and Marie came to
svard the dress asaiu.
"An accident of marriage." explained
Marie, with a shrug of her fragile
shoulders that bespoke her -beloved
Paris. "It is evident that monsieur is
drunk again. Ah, well, madame inair.
ried for the money. With it she has to
take monsieur, for. unfortunately, he
cannof drink himself to death, though
he tries hard, poor man."
"I suppose that she will not need the
dress, after all." sussi'sted Lisbeth as
Ehe smoothed out the shimmery folds.
But yes," insisted Marie. "Well or.
iil, one must be seen at the ball or
else one is not fashiouable. Poor ma
dame! Truly she works harder than
you ur I. who have not apiR'arances to
keep r;. The dress is chnrrciug, ma
demoiselle. It will uot be that you
With a nod she dismissed Lisbeth.;
v. i::j hurried down the stairway. The
i-owutown cars were less crowded, and
I.isbrlh fo;:ud a seat. With her bands
tucked i:Ui her pockets, the right
fli'tching the dainty bow Miss Brady
Lui give: her. Ltebeth again vas lost
ia hrr thoughts.
r.at 1!:!3 tiu:e the thougLis were vast
ly diSVieat.. She was thinkiHg.of the
price 'irs. Cryder paid for the luxury
with which she was surrounded. She
had married for money, married a
drunkard wham : l;e could not love. If
rio::smy ever dared to treat her in such
1 fnshioii Lisbeth Mushed at the
i!:o;is;it as she. sigualed the conductor
for her crossing. .. -
Tonuuy was waiting for her in the
"My. but you look swell." be cried
Bppreciating'y as his eyo3 rested upon
the saucy bow against the coal black
"Who gave you that hair ribbon?"
"ML;s n:T.dy." v exclaimed Lisbeth.
blushing again as she thought cf Miss
Urady's prophecy. "Do' you like it?"
Tut it away." he commanded.
'Don't wr.ste- it now. I want you to
wear that when we get married.
1 "Who said we're goiug to get mar
iedt" demanded. Lisbeth aggressively.
Tvis'.iias that her cheeks would not ri
val t'.'c ribbou ia tint. -
"I did," admitted Tommy placidly.
"We're going to get married week aft
er next I got my pay raised, and I
can allord It."
"You've got a nerve," 6Coffed Lis
beth, but she let him clasp her in his
arms, and as he pressed her cheeks
with eager lips she remembered the
scene in the Order hnm. Sha fio
"AN.ACCTDEXT OF JJ ARB! AGS," EXI'LAEvED jjjjj her ,esson her Intended rC-
the papers for-i-eports- of parties at 'Action of Tommy Hanson's love was
vvliii-!i stir T-fl :i irnpsf nml toolr n li:l!f : ofcOlieu.
personal pride tii the descriptions of
her elaborate costumes. '
It was Mrs. Crydcr who had given
Lisbeth her dis!ii;e for the life she led.
The girl had once helped Miss Brady
with a fitting, and Mrs. Cryder had be
guiled the time ia chat with a friend
who accompanied her. ignoring the two
women who were working on the
Lisbeth had gone back to the work
room with new ideas iu her foolish lit-.
t!e bead. Mrs. Cryder had bewailed the",
fate in store for a friend who had mar
ried a man with only $50,000. Tommy
with , his $3 a day had suddenly be-:
come an undesirable suitor.
Lisbeth gave rein to her fancy now
as the car sped uptown. She wished
that she might be like Mrs. Cryder.
There would be no dress to deliver
when she wanted to go to a ball, and
she could go to balls every night In the
week if she so " desired and to the
operas and dinners.
The dinners in particular appealed to
her. Her stomach was crying aloud the
fact that two slices of bread and but
ter and a thin wedge of cake was
scareelyia satisfying luncheon prepara
tion for a delayed dinner. Hunger add
ed to Lisbeth "s" gloom. - -
Her dissatisfaction with her lot In
creased as she entered the Cryder home
and was escorted to the lady's apart
ments. The hurried maid received her
and, with her help, unpacked the dress.
It lay on the bed, a shimmer of pale
green and ilver, as Mrs.. Cryder en
tered. . . ,i : " '
Her face was wan and white save
where, a red mark crossed one cheek
The grande dame was lost in the wom
an, and Marie bad to help her mistress
to a chair and bathe her face with co
logne while Lisbeth finished the un
,."Vas there an accident?" whispered
It belongs to health for
a baby to eat and sleep,
to laugh and grow fat.
But fat comes first;
don't ask a scrawny
baby to laugh; .why,
even his smile is pitiful !
. Fat comes first.
The way to be fat is the
way to be healthy.
is the proper ' food,
but only a little at first. -
All Drarcut; 50c and $1.00.
V ' -
Dries in 10 Minutes
- It Is oothing like aa enamel, but Is vry thla
and very black. v--
."aats up" ruat aa water doea
v1lt. . ..'
For Sale by AU Hardware Deslsrs.