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THE ARGUS. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 12. 1008.
Honesty in prescriptions is our
Watchword. However much we
may know about medicines, we
never put our knowledge against
that of your doctor.
We conceive of nothing more
dishonest than substitution of
something else Tor that which
your doctor asked for.
You can bring1 your prescrip
tion to us knowing that you will
get just what your doctor has
ordered. We'll deliver It to you
H. O. ROLFS,
TO END WITH A
Baseball Year in Rock Island to
Terminate In Advance
pf the Schedule.
BARGAIN DAYISDECIDED UPON
Rock Island and Dubuque Mutually
Agree to Make the Chang, Ex
1 pectlng Greater Returns.
YOU'LL BE LOOKED UP TO
If you wear the kind of clothes
we make for our patrons. There
is a distinguished appearance
about the garments we make an
exclusive style that makes them
favored by the faultless dressers.
We are careful in the fit and the
finish, and each garment is war
ranted to keep its shape for a
long time. We have a most rea
sonable scale of charges.
E. F. DOBN,
1812 Second Avenue.
Towards feeling refreshed In hot
weather Is. in ordering our Ice
Cream or Ices.
Order early enough and we'll
pack it to suit. Bulk, brick
form, or for individual service.
Money cannot buy better or more
delicious Ice Cream and Ices
than we are freezing today.
Deliveries prompt, prices right.
Try it at our store. Order for
1716 Second Ave. Both Phones.
Confectionery ;and Fancy Bakery
Rock Island's baseball season ends
tomorrow. This was decided upon to
day in a conference between the Du
buque and Rock Island managements
A double header will be played tomor
row afternoon beginning at 2:15, by
mutual agreement, and the season will
be wound up then and there. -
Though the schedule calls for the
ending of the season Monday, neither
Rock Island nor Dubuque is engaged
in any particularly momentous fight
for place, and both being willing to
terminate the season a day early, it is
not likely that any other team will
The reason for the change of plans
is that it is believed that better linan
cial returns will be obtained by mak
ing tomorrow a bargain day. If the
concluding contest were played Mon
day the crowd, after the booster day
today and the Suriday game tomorrow-
would be certain to be small. The
double header tomorrow will draw out
seevral hundred more than would turn
out to see a single game, the difference
being greater, it is be'lieved, than the
entire probable attendance Monday.
No Change In Standing; Expected.
Rock Island seems reasonably cer
tain of finishing in seventh place
Should Clinton win two out of three
with Cedar Rapids in the last series
and Rock Island lose two out of three,
we would still be one point to the
good. But Clinton is not expected (o
win two out of three, nor is Rock Is
land expected to lose two out of three,
Cedar Rapids is fighting for third place
and seems in a fair way to land it. At
the top, Decatur will have to take all
three from Springfield to land first, and
nobody expects that the Commodores
will be able to cut the caper.. So. the
indications are that there will be fur
ther change in the standing during the
remainder of the race.
Clinton, 3; Rock Island, 2 (10 in-
Decatur, 5; Bloomington, 0.
Springfield, 5; Peoria, 0.
Cedar Rapids, 7; Dubuque, 1.
St. Louis, 3; Chicago, 8. ,
Brooklyn, 1; New York, C.
Pittsburg, 2; Cincinnati, 1.
Philadelphia, 7; Boston, 2.
Detroit, 2; Chicago, 4 (11 innings).
St. Louis, 1; Cleveland, 4. '
Washington, 20; Philadelphia,
Boston, 25; New York; 41.
Toledo, 11; Columbus, 0. ,
Indianapolis, 4; Louisville, 1.
Milwaukee, 12; St. Paul,' 7.
Minneapolis, 10; Kansas City, 0.
Sioux City, 8; Omaha, 2. .
Des Moines, 4; Denver, 2.
Lincoln, 3; Pueblo, 2."
Burlington, 14; Oskaloosa, 5.
Waterloo, C; Jacksonville, 1.
Ottumwa, 1 4; Keokuk, 42.
LOSE THE FINAL
H. O'Brien, c.
Clinton Goes 10 Innings
and Infants Win.
GLEAN PLAYING MARKS DAI
Champs Tic in Ninth, Get Lead
Tenth and Then Lose Through
a Bunching of Hits.
1 7 24 14 1
Cedar Ranids 1 0 2 0 0 2 1 t 7
Last Contest of the Season atl Dubuque oooooiooo l
Two base hits Vandine Muliin,
Caase. Bases on . balls Off Spencer,
off Ovitz, 1. Struck out By Spen
cer, 3; by Ovitz; 1. : Passed ball
O'Brien. Umpire Goeckel.
Grandy GIvea One lilt.
Springfield, 111., Sept. 12. Grandy
was in excellent form and allowed
Peoria only one hit in the last game
of the series, which Springfield won,
to 0. The game was called at the
end of the seventh to allow Peoria to
catch a train. Only two visitors got
to first base, Donnelly, who hit, and
Orendorff. who walked, in the first
inning. Grandy's supnort was fast
and good fielding cut off hits. Score:
SPRINGFIELD. R. H. P. A.E
Herbert, Sb 1 0
Ruby, If ; 0 1
Cocash, cf 0
Smith, lb 1
McCarthy, rf 2
Hughes, 2b I
Scharnwcber ss 0
Donovan, c 0
Grandy, p 0
Circuit as a Whole Has Been a Suc
cess Seven Years and Changes
Should Not Be Hastily Made.
Dubuque at Rock Island.
Cedar Rapids at Clinton.
Bloom in gt on at Peoria.
Decatur at Springfield.
BOOSTER DAY GETS
OUT A LARGE CROWD
scored him and
First Game of Closing Series With penetrated the
Dubuque Today is Well Patron
ized, Particularly by Boys.
Clinton, Iowa, Sept. 12. Rock Is
I land lost an extra inning game to
Clinton yesterday, 3 to 2. After break
ing the tie the champs saw the In
fants come in and gather two scores.
and win out. ;
Clinton got one in the fourth and it
looked like 1 to 0 till the ninth, for
Fleet was pitching good ball and wa
not being found with an- degree of
success. In the ninth, however, Nova
cen siammea out a tnreo bagger ana I Orendorff 2b
Cook came along with a single thatlswalm If
tied it vp.
Total 5 5 21
PEORIA. . R. H. P.
Ramond. ss 0 0
Rohn, lb 0
mysteries, the Islanders started right I Bower 3b
Wolfe, rf j. 0
The efforts of the local patrons of
baseball to get out a large crowd for
a "booster day'' met with considerable
success today and a large number saw
the game. A number of the merchants
in the city helped the movement alon
considerably by offering
Donnelly, cf 0
Higgins, c 0
Saint, n 0
after him " in the following innin
Wise led with a hit and was forced
at second when Eng bunted poorly
Neal got a 'walk and after Murphy
was out Stark hit one out that brought
in a run.
Cornell Hack Strong,
Clinton came back strong in the
final half. Nye and Ronan got on with
rroo cftpts one oui. isutiuw was nurmse v nassea
I I n.il T" . . .... .J 1f . 1... ("I . . : . . A
in thpir s.iorir r nmnor rnHo trnnA land Grojran was fanned. But " Keitz I 1 uiauuj, Au, oy oauu,
his promise to take any boy in the surprised himself by hitting a hard mses 011 Daus Ult brandy l; off
countv into, the -rame mil it lonked liner between third and short that baint- - Umpires McGreevy
Wise was barely able to touch, and
Total 0 1 21 0
Springfield 0 0 0 2 0 2 15
Peoria 0 00000 0 0
Stolen bases Herbert, Ruby, Co-
cash. Three base hit Smith. Struck
for a time as if all thj boys in the
county had taken Os up on his offer.
BIG RUMPUS IS DUE
IN SOUTHERN END
Decatur Charges Kinsella With Irregu
lar Methods in Effort to Land
two runs counted. Scora:
ROCK ISLAND. R. H. p
Murphy, cf '. ...0 2
Stark, lb 0 1
Novacek, rf 1 1
Cook. 2b 0 2
Lundin, If 0 0
Berger, ss 0 1
Wise, 3b 0 1
Eng. c 1 0
Neal, p 0 0
Just keep your weather eye peeled Total :..2 829 17 0 Godwin' If
0. Umpires McGreevy and
lllumiierM Mint Out Again
.11 . . m 1 1 1 1
P I uecaiur, 111., eji. a. 1 ne uaseoau
0 1 season closed on the home ground
0 1 with a shutout for Bloominzton De
Ojcatur winning all three of the series
0 1 Lelivelt's pitching was the feature
0 The score:
BLOOM INGTON. R. H. P. A.E
trig, cf ..a 0 2 0 0
Ovitz, p' ...0 0 1 0 0
Snyder, ss 0
Stevens, 2b 0
on the southern end of the circuit dirr-1 CLINTON.
R. II. P. A.E. Melchoir, lb
ON THE DIAMOND
If you dress for business with
care: particular how you look
1 we want ,jour . trade for we're
' confident of pleasing you. We
make such clothes as a business
man ought to have; look as if
they were made for him and
. bis business: stylish in the best.
form: quality such as any man
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1 - and at prices that commend.
I , them .to good business judg
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You'll find exclusive fabrics
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fects which have placed them
beyond the commonplace.
W. L. Pet.
Springfield 79 54 .594
Decatur ...V 77 5G .57$.
Cedar Rapids 00 03 .512
Peoria .05 05 .500
Dubuque 00 07 .490
Moomington 02 72 .403
ROCK ISLAND 57 75 .432
Clinton 55- 75 . .423
W. L. Pet.
New York SO 40 .025
Pittsburg 81 50 .418
Chicago ..81 51 .014
Philadelphia 09 50 .552
Cincinnati 02 09 .474
Boston 55- 75 .423
Brooklyn 44 84 .344
St. Louis 4t S3 .311
ing the next .series. Unless all indica
tions fail there is going to be a bi;
muss when Decatur and Springfield
get together. Decatur Is openly charg
ing Kinsella with about all the crimes
in the baseball calendar and intimating
that all the rest of them have been
committed and has imported Central
league players for the final dash. It
is not unlikely that the Commodore
management will challenge. Springfield
to play a series in a third city after
the end of the season, basing its de-
maud that the pennant, should Sprin-
field land it, has not been fairly won.
Thiery, If . ,
Ronan, 2b ,
Reitz, 3b .
Smith, c . .
Fleet, p ..
Metzel, 3b .
00K TO FUTURE
h fee-Eye League Towns Must
Soon Decide What They
. Wish to Do.
GfUEMEftT IS AT AN END
Total ., 0
Crozier, cf 1
Moore, ss 1
Campbell, xi 2
Prout, 2 b . .0
Bark well, 3b 0
Fisher. If I
Boucher, c .0
Lelivelt, p 0
P. A. E.
2 0 0
With the end t the Three-Eye
league season at hand the question of
what the various associations are go
ing to do for next year is of absorb
ing interest. As is generally known
the agreement that has bound the
league together foV three years past
ends this fall with the closing of the
season and the cities included in the
circuit will be free to make such al
liances for coming years as they see
fit. At the same time it is believed
that the various associations will rec
ognize that each is to a great extent
dependent upon the others for a base
ball future and will be largely by
mutual interest in any reorganization
that may take place.
The league has been a success prac
tically as now constituted for seven
years and it is accounted one of the
best minor circuits in the country.
It also may be ranted as a pioneer, be
ing one of the first Class' B organiza
tions to hang together for any length
of time. This has been partly due to
conservative management, but more
to the fact that the individual mem
bers have been faithful and have
been loyally supported by the fans.
All Thoroughly Tried.
Four cities. Rock Island, Cedar
Rapids, Bloomington anl Decatur, re
main of the original cities and the
others have been in the company long
enough to s,now the stuff they are
made of. These are things that should
be considered well wh?n changes in
the circuit for another year are being
planned. Of course one or two of the
present members of the league will
probably want to quit but the other
cities, it is believed, will continue to
want baseball of the Three-Eye league
kind and it is difficult to see how they
can get it except by flanging together.
And a definite- settlement of the
question should not be delayed any
longer than is necessary. First the
individual associations must meet and
decide what stand they will take and
be in position to talk business at the
annual fall meeting of the league
The salary question should be attend
ed to without delay and the circuit
made up. Then it will be possible to
engage managers and go ahead with
the signing of teams, a thing that few
of the associations feei like doing
with so many uncertainties before
h the only place to
It's fine to be a "400
skater' on the great
THE VICTIM OF DRINK.
Needs Orrine Treatment.
Drink first destroys ambition;
breaks up ties of friendship; it kills
and buries love and eventually de
stroys the family life. '
Some of the best men in the world
have been victims of drink and if
there is not some member in your
family that is afflicted with this dis
ease, you arc indeed fortunate.
Drink cunningly destroys the will
power, and while the drunkard wants
to do what you tell him, be wants a
thousand times more the drink that
Drunkenness is no longer consider
ed a crime; eminent scientists and
physicians have agreed that it is a
disease and must be treated as such.
The home treatment that has been
used for a number of years, and is
highly successful, is Orrine. It is
sold under a positive guarantee that
if it does not effect a cure your money
will be refundeo. .: . ..
Orrine is in two forms. When de
siring to give secretly, purchase Or
rine No.l, and if the patient will vol
untarily take the treatment, Orrine
No. 2 should be given. The guarantee
is the same in either case. Orrine
costs but $1 per oox. Mailed in plain
sealed wrapper on receipt of price.
WTrite for free treatise on "Drunken
ness," mailed in tealed envelope by
the Orrine company, Washington, D.
C, and in this city by the Harper
, AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Detroit 75 53
Chicago 73 57
St. Louis 71 58
Cleveland 72 59
Philadelphia 03 05
Boston 04 07
Washington .' 30 70
New York 42 87
Indianapolis 91 01
Louisville 80 02
Coimnbus S3 OS
Toledo 81 . 09
Minneapolis ... 75 74
Kansas City ( 9 . SI
Milwaukee ...09 82
St. Paul 40 103
: . WESTERN LEAGUE.
. .-. W.
Sioux City .' 85
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Waterloo . . .
t Oskaloosa, . .
A 72 63
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. . .51 73
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With Ball Players
Total 5 8 27 IS 2
Bloomington 000000 000 0
Harry Stark of Detroit, a brother of
Claude Stark, the Islander's first
sacker, is in the city to see the final
games of the schedule in which his
brother will take part.
PLANTS AS ANIMALS.
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AJt yor doctor if he approve of this jl'Ji"11
J prii.:iii4lonJar thinbiovd, impure inooj. . "wan -c
ilsl.Vtff his answer without uui-fion.
Kp.-. .--i nir Mum in 1 mi
Complete Fomula. Auer's Non-Alcohnlic SanctpariUa
Brrtapsrllla Root, 10 Or. Senna Lmtm 9 Ora l
Yellow Doom Boot. 8 Gt. Black CohoanBoot- a Ora.j
liioorice Root - R Orl. Pokeroofc - w . 1 fit-.
CinchbnftHadBark.eOra.ilodidof Potaaalum 4 Or I
jjuemuorn iiara. - 4U..uijCKia,V r-.. 9 1-lDtuail
kiioi " vri. IMI Baaaalra I
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Wo have no aarfl !' Wo uubiiaU ' J.CAverCo..
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Charles Darwin's Son Says They Have
Memory, Habits and Moods.
Francis Darwin, a son of Charles
Darwin, the author of "The Origin of
Species," who delivered the presiden
tial address at the opening of the Brit
ish Scientific association at Dubliu tha
other day. Is the first botautcal presi
dent at the association's annual meet
ings for forty years. Few more imag
inative and more original speeches
have been delivered from the presi
dential chair than his, though the sci
entific audience shook their heads.
Mr. Dnrwin said he appeared as the
champion 'af a lost cause the doctrine
of the Inheritance of acquired charac
ters. His argument was that plants must
be classed as animals in the way they
respond to touch. He advanced-proof
to show that plants have memory, can
develop habits and behave differently
according to what we may call their
mood. He went .so far. in fact, ns to
argue that there is in plants some
thing that corresponds very nearly to
the nervous system in animals.' and he
asserted that plants are quite as sen
sitive to certain agencies as animals
and quite as capable of telegraphing
from one part of the organism to an-.
"We must believe," Mr. Darwin said,
"that in plants there exists a faint
copy of what we call consciousness in
ourselves." . ....
Growth itself, in bis view, was a sort
of habit made possible by memory In
Che cells, so that growth could be
changed at any period of progress by
the surrounding if not by a sort of
free will. , These changes in growth
are remembered by successive genera
tions and In this way among the plants
and lower animals. At -any. rate, ac
quired, characters not only can but
must be inherited if that word la to
have any meaning..
Total 3 11 30 14 1
Two out when winning run was
Rock Island 0 000 00 00 1 12
kf 1 1 . r-hi a fi i a a n i
bullion UU'JIUUUUU i
Two base hits Bueio.v, Berger, Ro
nan. Three base hit Novacek. Bases
on balls Off Fleet. 1: off Neal
Struck out By Fleet, 7; by Neal, 1.
Double play Reitz to Ronan to Bue-1 Decatur 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 5
Bases on balls Off Higgins, 3; off
Lelivelt, 2. Struck out By Ovitz... 1;
by Lelivelt, 4. Hits Off Higgins, 7;
Off Ovitz, 1. Stolen bases Snyder,
uarkweil. Double nlays Prout to
Tenuant; Boucher to Barkwell. Um
Why not make tomorrow a booster
The most popular beer in the world.
There is less profit to the dealer who
sells it, because it costs more at the
brewery, yet its sales exceed those of
all other bottled beers, which proves
thit its superiority is recognized everywhere.
For a Sprained Ankle.
A sprained ankle may be cured in
about one-third the time usually re-'
quired, by applying Chamberlain's Lin
iment freely, and giving it absolute
rest. For sale by all druggists.
Magistrate So you acknowledge
having stolen the overcoat. Anything
more to say? . rrisoncr ies, your
honor. I had to have-the sleeves re-!
low. Stolen bases Nye, Smith, Cook.
Time 1:55. Umpire McFarland.
(ieltlni; (Inch on Third.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Sept. 12. Cedar
Rapids made.it three straight from
Dubuque and tightening its hold on
third place by winning a fast game
7 to 1. The fielding of Lejeune and
Davis was a feature. Score:
CEDAR RAPIDS. R. IL P. A.E
Davis, If 2
Collins, cf 0
Howard, 2 b 1
Mtillin, lb ...T
Simon, c ..0
Sauers rf 2
Williams, ss , .'.1
Chase, 3b ..:0
Spencer, p .0
Total 7 13 27 11 3
DUBUQUE. R. II. P. A.E.
Carr, ss : 0 0 2 2 0
Piass, 2b 0 1 0 2 1
Derringer, rf 1 1 10 0
Vandine, 3b 0 2 2 0 0
Lejeune, cf 0 1 1 1 0
T. O'Brien lb 0 0 9 0 0
Weakley, If 0 0 1 1 0
In new location. "
1730 Third Avenue.
for school opening I secured a
job in Fountain pens with 14 k
gold pens, which we will sell
during September at 50 cents
eac to those buying school sup
plies only. -
1730 Third Avenue V
is headquarters for '
New and Second Hand
- I buy r.11 books that are In
good condition and now in use
In our public schools ,
Geo. H. Kingsbury,
Cor. Eighteenth Street ana '
Third Avenue. -
A Traveling Man's Experience,
"I must tell you my experience on an
0 east bound O. R. & N. R. R. train from
0 Pendletan 'to 'LeGraride, Ore., writes
a Sam A. Garber, a well known traveling
man. I was in the smoking depart
ment with some other traveling men
when one of them went out into the
coach and came back and said, 'There
is a woman sick unto death in the car.
I at once got up and went out, found
her very ill:' with cramp colic; her
hands and arms were drawn up so you
could not straighten them, and with a
deathlike look on her face. Two or
three ladies were working with her
and giving her whisky. I went to my
suit case and got my bottle of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy (I never travel without It),
ran to the water tank, put a double
dose of the medicine in the glass,
poured some water into it and stirred
it wttn a pencil; tnen i bad quite a
time to get the ladies to let me give it
to- her, but I succeeded. I could at
once see the effect, and I worked with
her, rubbing her bands, and in 20 min
utes I gave her another dose. By this
time we were almost into Le Grande,
where I was to leave the tram. I gave
the bottle to the husband to be used
in case another dose Bhould be needed.
but by the time the train ran into Le
Grande she was all right, and I re
ceived the thanks of every passenger
in the car." For sale by all druggists.
Had Tetter for Thirty Years.
I have suffered with tetter for 30
years and have tried almost countless
remedies' "with little, if any, relief-
Three boxes of Chamberlain's Salve
cured me. It was a torture. It breaks
out a little sometimes, but nothing to
what it used to do. D. H. Beach, Mid
land City, Ala. Chamberlain's Salve
Is for sale by all druggists.
Four Diseases That
Varicocele, Nervous Exhaustion, Blood Poison
and Kidney Disease.
Irl-M Alwayn Kraanonhlr.
We will Klvf Ihr iMMirrxt man a
i-hnncr. n well na I lie rich, to rw-rlvr
cure from u nt It uninll cowl. THKIII-;
IS M X TOO lOOIl TO GET Ol'K
11KST Ol'IMON fr'KHU.
Blood Poison and Vital
Weakness of Men
'Thfre Is not a man In existence who
is suffering fnvm vital weakness, if the
decline is from unnatural causes, and
has not developed to an incurable stajro,
that we "cannot rebuild and strengthen
to n is entire satisfaction, and after we
have cured a case of this kind there will
never a train be a sltrn of weakness, ex
cept brought on by imprudence.
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protnlne,- We never hold out falne iiopra.
We never riiMnp point our patient.
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toms of Contagious Blood Poison, In
either primary, secondary or tertiary
stapes, come to us and be forever rid
of it. Our treatment quickly destroys
the virus, clears the skin, purities the
blood and thoroughly cleanses and
eradicates all traces of the poison from
the system. We stop its progress ana
all danger of transmission or recur
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The treatment we administer- for
Blood Poison acts rapidly upon the dis
eased blood cells, expelling the poison
therefrom, and soon shows to the en
tire satisfaction of the patient that the
deadly virus or poison if being forever
exterminaaed from, tho system and the
No Incurable Canes Accepted.
There In no rink, for we do not treat
Incurable cnxrn under any conKldcra
flna. WE DO OT EXI'KHIMENT NOR.
ISK INJIItlOlS DltlUS TO Htl.V
PERSONALLY . 5
" IS HERE TO STAY. ;
VARICOCELE Varicocele Is the most
thcuchermis ' and ..silent" arid certain in
its ill effects of ail, known ailments of
men. It makes : its appearance appar
ently without eauBe, but never peases
in its dt-AtrUctlVe.: influence until it-robs-
a man of all his vigor, vitality,
making him ar-tromnleto 'mental -jvreek.
l.'nder our treatment a healthy cir
culation . of ,-tiJood is quickly reeatab- .
lished anl permanent -strength and
vitality are given to he organism.
Every trace, of ...weakness disappears,
the weakened system is -strengthened,
you become- stronger and better In
every way.- and will soon possess tha
sense of well-being which accompanies
good -health and robust manhood.
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; Office hours: 9 a. m. to 12 m-j I SO p. m to S"p. m.: Monday, Tuesday.
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings. 7 to 9 p. m.; Sundays. ? a. in
to l p. m. Rooim 4.V to 4H. Uaveapert. Saving" Bank .bulldiaa-. (formerly
Hagrboeclc), fourth floor; take elevator. .. , . v