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THK ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY. JULY 2o, 1911.
Roads Must Cut Rates to West,
Rules Commerce Commission
l Dumber five, which is farther east, j
j because the rates from that territory I
j are not particularly involved in these j
decisions, inasmuch as they generally j
I are controlled by ocean transportation I
to the Pacific coast. j
j In concluding the discussion of the
, Spokane case, the commission's repor
I "It may be asked why the schedule
Washington July 24. -Decisions of (their earnings under the old rates and j of rates sugg ted by the mm.ssiorx ,
J ' ! 93 rpasnnahlp snnnln nor hp ordered in.
what would nave n"en iuew """"6s
All Freight Charges Between Coasts Affected by Sweep
ing Order Just Issued by Interstate Body.
HAS POOR TRIP
Local Division Returns After
Most Unsatisfactory Week
Daily United States Weather Map
far-reaching Importance were announc-
i The answer is that carriers be permit-
1 . .1 v.- v,a frm- .. ..
ed late today by the interstate com- : unaer me? rae proput l- j ted ;n so far as possible to adjust tneirjrjsj TUr PIIMRnAT (lIME DAY
merce commission. They a ffext direct- ! mission. These tabulated sjatements : owr. tariffs and that it swms probable j u " c UUIMDUMI UfC UH
ly all freight rates between the Atlan- ! liavp convinced the commission tbatjtnat jn compliance with this order car -
tic ocean and the Pacific coast. Par-j 'hp rates determined by the comrnis- j riers must establish rats in substan
tlcularly they affect the rates in the I slon in its decisions of .Tune 7. 1910, j tjai accord with those suggested by us
territory lying btwpn Denver ar.d generally fair and reasonable. The j jt should be ever born in mind that
Pacific coast points. I commission says that there is po rea- t the acute complaint in this case is the
The ra'ea to this inter mountain ter-! son why those rates should r.nt now : discrimination and not the unreason
ritory heretofore have been made with be established, j able rate. Obedience to this order will
out any definite relation to the wa'er- ' "Since the promulgation of that opin- . doubtless result in some rates from the
competitive rates to the Pacific coast, j Ion." the commission says, "the fourth j east which are bigger and in others
the extent of the discrimination being ; s ction ithe long and short haul pro-1 which are lower than those suggested
Bv' vision) ha? been amer.d-xl. Inasmucn hy the commission since we did not
entirely oP'iorr&l with the carriers.
the opinions h&r,de-d down today the a, the gravamen ot the compia.ni .
commission has attempted to arrive at ; the city of Spokane, and to some ex
a definite relation of the rates to the . tent of Salt Lake City, was directed
r on-ccm petit ive points as compared ; against the violation of the fourth sec-
with thore to t':;e coast, and has laid
down the extent to which the rates to
interior points n-ay exceed the coast
In a'l the rases decided the carriers
pre nven un'll Ot ir, io file tariff
with the e ommiss-.ion constructed in ac
(Oirtanc with the views set forth in
the opinion". Thr" net result of th-
eeisior-s wi'l b to give lower rats
tion. it is necessarv- aeain io laqui;
further whether, under the amended
fourth section, the relief to which
'hose communities are entitled
rc he granted
on all west-hound
traffic to cities in the inter-Rocky j authority ; that it fcbculd be rejected
mountain territory. To all intents and 'and the section applied by the commis
purpose the back-haul ra'es from Pa- sion a though it were an absoln'
Cific coast terminal? to oinos in the ' !onc and short haul prohibition. This
P.oc'riy tiiciun ain territory arc Tvip -: coine-ntb.;1. is not sustained
oi:t and Mie f rvke rendered by th-.'j "The defendants contend 'hat. 'b
only effect of the amendment is cast
upon the carrier? the burden of as
; sumirg the initiative in just'.fyiiiK the
hicher rate at the inf ! mediate point.
If. upon investigation, it is found t haf
competition exists a' 'he mre distan'
point and no' at th- intermediate point.
Ti-.'-n the commisr-ion must, without f-ir
then feel liberty, as the complainants
requested, to make the Spokane rate
depend upon the coast rate. But it is
likely that the resulting schedule will
be more satisfactory to the complain
ants and no more burdensome upon 'he
defendants. If the carriers establish
can i under this disposition of the case rates
1 to Spokane which are excessive, a fur-
"The complainants contend that the ; ther order can be made in this pro
proviso in the amended section, per- eeedir.g reducing them to a proper
mi'tmg the commission to authorize ( basis."
ir, par'icuiar instance the charging of : in an e'abora'e discussion of the
a higher rate at the intermediate point. lone-ai:d-short-haul provision in the
is void as a delegation of logislatUe Reno case and the Phoenix-Arizona
Kemainder of the Time Spent on
Land Undergoing Infantry
The Rth division of naval reserves
returned to this city last night about j
11 o'clock after the most unsatis-,
factory summer trip they ever had. :
Instead of having a ten day cruise j
on the gunboat Dubuque as they had j
been looking forward to for months, '
they had to camp on shore for near
ly a whole week and their only ex
perience on the new gunboat was
a 32-knot cruise out into the lak
and back again. It was most disap-
arriers will be pail by shippers stib
Mantially on a strict interpretation of
the lore and fcho-t haul provision of
t he existing lav
The commi?s:i hol-ir- in the so
called Reno case that traffic orieiijaf
itip at Chicago and in Chicago terri- ,
'ory moving under commodity rate.-.
may have a r;t- 7 per cent higher otli-r inquiry, urant the relief a.-ri'd for;
intermedia'"- points than that impose.!
on freight orlg.natjne in Chirac" and
Chicago territory d"s'ined to the Pa
cific coast terminal. From Buffak
Pittsburg territory the rate may ris--above
those demanded from the same-
points to Pacific const terminals to th;
if no such -o:npet ition cxisTf. v mus"
deny the appli' a'iou. This cintentioit
is not sustained.
"'In amending tin fourth se t ion by
oTiking out the words "siiiiih.r circum
staiues i-nd c-.i.ditio;"s.' t'tinefss in
tended to invest the umniisMot; with
case. Commissioner Lane, who prepar
ed the opinions in these cases for the
commission asserts that "it must bo
affirmatively shown by the carriers
reeking exceptions to the lonc-and-shor '
haul provisions that an injustice will
not be done to intermediate points by
allowing lower rates to the more dis
"The internment of the amended
lav." says Commissioner Lane, "is tu
mar,e it s prohibition of the higher rate
fr-.r the shorter haul a rul
ot woii-njoh universal applica
tion from which this commis
si .n may de viate only in special cases
ai.d then to meet transportation cir
ci". instances which are beyond the car
It is held that "in the light of his
tory it is not to be gainsaid that the
t ran scout in-nt a! lines must give cot;
extent of ?5 per cut: while from New (authority not only to determine w h-t h-; sidf ration to sea competition." It was
York and trunk line territory the rates er a wrong result from the disregard
charged shall not exceed 2Z per cent
over Pacific coast terminal rates.
These are the first decisions an
nounced by the commission in which
a ri finite principle in respect of the
It r and short haul provision is laiu
down. While the opinions fully rec
ognize the influence of water competi
tion to a marked extent, they draw i
line upon indiscriminate "mark-t"
The effect of th de icious will be to
notify the cuiricis tl-at they will be
fur the long and short naul provision,
I but also to correct th:-t wrorg if ir
' ab found to exist.
i "In determining whether the rarri' is
shall he permitted to make the higher
i intermediate charge- the commission
' cauuot act arbitrarily, but must apply
the principals which control it in the
administration of other portions of the
act. Ir must inquire whether the main
tenance of the higher intenr.e-diate rale
wiil rebult in unreasonable charges or
unjust discriminations. If so the p r-
held. nisei, however, "that the carriers
i.n In invdlved have not shown that
undue discrimination was not effected
by their rate aijustments between
joints u: Nevada and points in Calif
ornia: nor have they established that
the rate s to tbe coast cities, if extend
ed by them from eastern jioints outside-
the zone of water influence ar.;
The trans-continental carriers, there
lore, are ordered to readjust their pres
e nt rate s by October K. next, from
eastern territories to intermediate
allowed to meet water competition to j mission must be refused; otln-rwise it ; points as compared with the rates
a reasonable extent, but that the lora- ; must be granted
tlon of markets hereafter will be left j "The commission may proscribe in
more to the- play of commercial causes any way that is definite and certain
the extent to which the intermediate
rate may exceed the long distance rate
in cases where this is necessary to
prevent unreasonable rates and unjust
The opinions in the Spokane rate
case and in the Salt Lake case were
prepared by Commissioner ' Prouty.
They effect all complications by the
carriers for relief under the long-and-
than to the will of the traffic managers
The cases involved are those of the
city of Spokane against the Northern
Pacific Railway company, known poj
ularly as the "Spokane rate case;" the
Commercial club of Salt Lake city
against the Atchison, Toieka & Santa
Fe Railway company and others: the
railroad commission of Nevada against
the Southern Pacific company, and oth-
rs. and the Maricopa County Commer
cial club against the Santa Fe, Pres
cott & Pnoenlx Railway company and
from Nevada points to the Pacific
coast. This will make a reduction of
rales to Reno and Nevada common
points from the east of approximately
1-3 per cent.
In the course of the opinion. Commis
sioner Lane says:
"We desire to be extremely conser
vative in this first application of th
ne w law. and io require an adjustment
of rates that will be safely within tho
zone of our discretion. For this reason
i pointing and the members were in
; anything but good spirits upon their
return here. They came in over the
Rock Island road which furnished
: them with a special car. They were
: gone just eight days.
RIGGERS HAD THE BOAT.
The trouble lay in the fact that a
gang of riggers had the boat and
the reserves could not get possession
, of It until the work of the gang was :
: done. They had to completely rerlg
i the boat and remount the dozen or I
! so suns whih comprise the snips
armament. The boat had to be dis
mantled befoT" it could be brought
; into the lakes by way of the St.
. Lawrence river and the work of get
' ting it ready for a cruise took just
i a week longer than was expected.
The result was the salty tars from
this city, Moline, Alton and one of
; the Chicago divisions had to be turn
: ed into dusty infantry. They camp
ed on shore at the bot harbor and
their drill for the most jiart consist-j
ed of infantry drill. Only at inter
vals did they get out on the lake
'. and then only in small boats. About
six hours a day was devoted to drill
ing and there was lots of hard work
sandwiched in between, as the camp
had to be made habitable.
i;kt sAii.ixr; Krci.
Things brightened up perceptibly
Saturday when the commanders of
the division got orders to report on 1
board ship. They did so Saturday, I
the greater part of the day being de-
voted to rowing boat loads of pro-j
visions and supplies out to the gun-
boat. Early Sunday morning, an- -chor
was weighed and the long de
layed cruise was started. Thirty-two '
knots straight out into the lake went I
the boat and then it was brought j
about and stood for shore agaim It!
got back shortly after noon and after!
mess the tars were ordered out to !
set the ship's coal chutes in place, I
so that a supply of feul could be i
taken aboard. When this was fin-'
isiied the unwelcome ordei to m.
up was given and yesterday morning
the division left the boat, and in the!
late afternoon they left Chicago i
U. S. Department of Agriculture.
WILLIS L. MOORE. Chief.
N? zcw yy3-
l)f c?r -i- ;
Ommdou taken X f . jb., cwrantr-flfth tnsridlaa Hm. I i. ,(j O " 7 2.yrt
lKBABa,oi continuous linss. p chroolj poiuua( aqm&l ir I -J '
dear; & pcutlj 'j ' ) JjU.V II
now; repor si II
I I 'I
pontuni the7 win be drawn only tor soro. trwing. 9e . and IlaP.
Stkbou indicata at ot weather: Q
eJoodri O cloodj; rain;
Biimina. Amn fir with tbe wind. Firat fifrare, loweM tem
perature for paet I'Jhoar; second. 34-hoar rainfalf. if it eqaela
ill tnchj third, wind velocity it 10 nuie per hoar or more.
FORECAST FOR ROCK ISLAND. DAVEXPORT. J.IOLIXE AJTD VTCTXITT.
Fair tonigrht and Wednesday. Continued cool this evening; warmer Wednesday.
Light showerB from the Atlantic
coast westward to the upper Missis
sippi valley have resulted during tbe
past 24 hours from the northeastern
low that has moved from upper Michi
gan to northern New England. The
summer barometric depression that re
mains over Arizona and southern Cal
ifornia has also been attended by sea'
tered showers from tbe southern por
tion of the Rocky mountain region
eastward to Texas. The crest of th
High Low Pr'cp.
yes- last 24hra.
terd'y. night. Inch.
Atlantic t.'i'y 7S
Kansas City 74
New Orleans 92
New York . .' S4
fair weather overlies the territory from
the Dakotas to the gulf coast. The j Phoenix 102
eastward movement of the high and : St. Ixuiis 71
the approach of the low that has ap
peared in British Columbia will be at
tended by fair weather in this vicinity
tonight and Wednesday
St. Paul M
San Diogo OS
San Francisco .... C4
with warmer : Seattle 12
i Washington, U. C. . . Ji5
Winnipeg 6S 48 .01
Yellowstone Park .. 4J .M
Flood Hgt. Cbng.
sfagb. 7 a.m. 24hrt.
St. Paul 14 1.0 xo i
Red Wing 14 0.1 0 '
Reeds Landing 12 0 5 o.i
LaCrosse 12 0.7 0 0
Prairie du Chien ...18 0 6 0 0
Dubuque IS 1.1 0 o
Clinton 16 1.0 0 0
LeClalre 10 0.3 00
Hock Island 15 0.3 0 0
River Forecast: During the next
4S hours only slight changes in the
Mississippi will occur from below D.i
buque to Muscatine.
J. M. SIIERIER, Ixjcal Forecaster.
Today's Market Quotations
we have decided that tne transconti-. Their trin in-iu,tH civ i.n- nf in.'
tdiort baul provision. For the sake of nental carriers serving Reno and other ! fantry drill on shore and a 32-knot !
convenience the country between the ; points upon the main line of the Ce-n-' cruise which barelv took them out of
Atlantic and the Pacific oceans is di hral Pacific shall make no hiaher
j vided into five freight zones. These j charges upon any article carrying a Small wonder they were disappointe-i. J
tzones are defined with reasonable de-f-1 commodity rate than is con tern nor I IV , . ... uar-v
lii.iMian i a iue: rasi-B rurraai i luiwfut-ss uj me utrcifiuiiB. riuin iime aneousiy in enect rrom .Missouri rive'
dovetail into one another, the commis ; number one. which includes approxi- poin's. such as Omaha and Kansas
in u ti n rat tnj.a it a i ! ajI : i rn a in t tx" Ci I t t uIaIv qI lirHf Art- t t - f . ni1. at. ";.. : : . r-t- :
" , , . , " . -vai. .e-rmmd, pc.nns. ill's th!, saiUng race which took place.
opinions. In brief. the commission tinental north and south line it ie pro- principle we shall also expect to be au- c..ol. Kt .. fP, Hi
. 1. . 1 i 1V.,J .t.. - V- u.-l . ... ... ... . ."-."t-ll .."O ..vu.
visions representing Rock Island, i
Mejline, Alton and Chicago. The Io- 1
Practically the one feature of the
trip which was relished at all was
order respecting the rates which 1c
suggested might be put Into effect un
til It had had opportunity to deter-
suggested rates. Meantime, the car
riers have submitted to the commission
takes tne view which it took in Its scribed that raus must not be higher i p'jed on commodity rates to all main
opinions of the same cases announced j on west-bound traffic to any intermed-1 line intermediate points in Nevada and
a year ago last June At that time the j iate point than to a more distant point, i California. 1
commission said it would make r,o .Moving eastward, rrou. zone number "Some of the petitions under th
two the rates to intermediate points fourth section are made by carrier
may exceed those to more distant reaching California terminals through
points by not over seven per cent; southern Nevada and Arizona. Those
mine from report made to It by th? from zone number three by not over ; application for relief are denied In
carriers of the probable effect of the ! 15 per cent; and from number four j so far as thev involve the imposition
by not over 25 per cent. No opinion : of higher rates upon intermediate
la etnrpaAii na Trt tho rstps t rw n 7 , t n . ' . 1 . .- , . .j .-. . .
. :,mr,r.wl,nigui.uuiu1uu,uHMro!ii large number of used
.the Missouri river tr Tio Ar,pels San
ue pii 1 ciicis-.e-u at iuv jjines
cal crew proved to lie the best sal- ;
lors. Lieutenant O. L. Smith's boat
crossing the line well ahead of thej
next boat which was manned by a :
Moline crew. !
Hy wire fre.m K. W. Vagner & Co.,
members of Chicago Hoard of Trade,
eirain, provisions, stocks, and cotton,
l.o.-al offices a I ltork Inland house. k
Island, 111. Chicago oltice. y S-H'J-1 'i.
Hoard of Trad-. I.oi-al 1 1 -lt-phone. No,
west 330. )
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS.
July, S6',2. 86T-, 85. 85.
September, SS'-i, SS'Si, S7, S7-'B-lcember,
t2, 01, 911,.
July, 62i,2, J2V2. Cl'd. 61'4.
September, 03. 64. 62. :2?.
December, 60t, 01 e;o, w',4.
July. ::9. ?.u, ::o, :;;.
September. 4ut2, 40, Ut. '.
December, 42. 43',, 42'. 42'4.
"vly. 16.30, 16.50. lf).,'.0, lG.oo.
'.September, 16.50. 16.70. 10.50, 16.70.
January, 15.75, 15o; 15.75, 15. SO.
July, closed 8.37.
September, S.Zo, S.4 7. 8.35, 8.47.
July. S.45. S.47. S.45, 8.47.
September, 57, 8.62, 8.57, 8.62.
Winnipeg 300 210
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
Wheal today I,2'.o;,0u0 517,000
Year ago 1,204,000 478,000
Corn today 309.000 502.0o0
Year :ige 375.0UO 4'.t7,oU0
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market.
j Hogs 16,000. Left over 3, COO. Open
'steady. Mixed 6.35i 0.N5. Oood 6.35
j 6.77. Rough 6.1 ifi 6.30. Light 6.35Si
Cattle 4.oiM. Strong,
j Sheep 15,oou. Steady.
1 Nine O'clock Market.
New York Central lOS'.i
Missouri Pacific 49
C.reat Northern 135
Northern Pacific 132
Louisville & Nashville- 152' ,
Canadian Pacific 2U
Illinois Central 145
Chesapeake &. Ohio MT
Brooklyn Rapid Transit S2
Baltimore & Ohio 109
St. Paul 127
Lehigh Valley 17 13
Republic S'ee-1 common 30
&&&&fllffi&&fflniffivbgkC.MF hid mfv
LOCAL MARKET CONDITJONS.
Julv L'a. Following are the ciuota.-
Strong to 5 highe r. Light e.-JOfi 6.90. , joMS on the ,0(;a mark,.t to,Jliy.
Reiugh 6 1.",(ri6
Beeves 5.10'f 7.15
Stoe-kers 3.10ff 5. -I o.
i ( r i
Get a Can
summer season finds us with ft
pianos will be sold without first beiug
sent to our workshop bo hat any nec-
RINGLINGS PRESENT WEEK ary repairs could be made. All pv
t anos delivered in good playing condi-
I Circus F.vent Awaited With l uusual ' tion. Some of these piano bargain
Amount of Interest. ' a,e like new, on which some has ben
j THE GRAIN MARKET. j
j Liverpool Grain. ,
LI vet-pool, July 25. Wheat opened j
i quiet. lower, influenced by weaker
.American cables yesterday. Later thf!
Mixe d . 6.356.85.
Te-xans 4.70& 6 10.
Francisco and other Pacific coast terminals."
Sheep steady at 2.2."Tj 1.5o.
Close of Market.
Hoes strong to 5 higher th;in early,
and 5 i-i lo higher than yeste .rdayV.
Mixed 6. HiJi6.au Cood 6 40 6 85.
market firmed, with Hie principal su j-i,,
, ,, 'Rough i..2"- 6.40. Light ,.1.,ffi95
port-in October. Buying was encour-, . ,
-.4 k e., ,Ki t."" ,r.c- , ro i at i ie h. t c a (i y IO S 1 I O I , g.
outlook, decreasing local stocks, d"-I "-l steady. j
crease in the visible here, and a con-j Western Live Stock. j
tinued good inquiry for both Austral j Hogs. Cattle. Sheep, j
ian and Manitoba narcels. w hie h '" 1 V l--""" o. .."o
Butter Dairy, 21c; creamery, 22V4C.
Feed and Fuel.
Corn, per bushel, 56c and 70c.
Oats, 15c and 4c.
Forage Timothy hay, $20.
Clover hay, $15.
Wild hay. $12 to $13.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 15c; slack,
j "Ringling day' is awaited with a
i great deal of interest. The time be
! tween now and next Thursday seems
like an age to the small boy who is
j thumbing the calendar and watching
paid, and will be sold for the balance ' caused support ny prominun. nous, s
due. If vou think of burin a i.iano ! herP- M 1 : so P- m- ,he market wa-
this is too cood for vou' to nass nr. : steady andrhanged to ',4 higher than
without investieation. We have eor.u i yesterday.
used pianos from $90 and upwards
lower on American rabb s
Omaha !3.''h 3.70u l.10o
St. Iuis 9,5"ii !
Estimated Tomorrow. !
Hogs. Cattlo. Sheep. '
''hieago I S .)( 21 ooe
Call and examine the above at once I bower, and quiet spot de mand.
Chicago Cash Grain.
Wheat No. 2 r Mfi&;, No. 3 r
8.Ttj85. No. 2 hw Kr.-TKi,. No. 3 hw
-SSJi. No 1 r.s 102 ft U'6, No. 2 ns 95
5 102. No. 3 ns 931- 97. No. 2 s 93? 97.
! No. 3 s 8915 95. vc 86P2. durum &5
(From Guide to Beauty). ! ' V "1 2J
If the average woman only knwM- No- 2 -v ''"li- No ' 2'iS62.
it. it is not riiffic.lt to nrPhPrca No. 3 w 6465. No. 3 y f.2f64. No.
How to Banish
the youthful cootour and velvety
Equal io 10 Kinds
the clock wita impatience. The rail-, Bowlby Music house, 1611 Second ave-i
roads are preparing to bring crowds : nue
from afar and the city itself will turn !
cut generously, as It always does, whn
these five brothers bring their splen
did organization to town. There wiil
be two performances. The afternoon :
show will begin at 2 o'clock. The
night stow will begin at S o'clock.
, The doors will open an hour earlier !
j for an inspection of the menagerie.
Concisely, here is what a visit to the
'great circus means: First in impcr
i tance is Albert Schuman's performing
i horses from the Circus Schuman, Be:-
l!n. After them come Emory's per
forming baby elephants and 15 fuli
i grown telephoning elephants." thr :
j Crocker family of English gypsy rid
j ers. the Alex family of aerialists from'
I France, the Bonesettl family of aero-,
ba'.s from Italy, Loyal's equestrian dog
from England, the taximeter horse-; '
I from Germany; the Cottrell-Powells. ;
English equestrians; the Manello-Mar-nitx
family of topsy-turvy acrobats
from France : the Delno family of com
edy aerialists frcra Russia; the Del-
NEW YORK STOCKS.
I'n.on I'aejfc "00 ; t
C. S. St 1 pr' feri cd IKi
; 1'. S. S'c-ei r-iamon 7:'j
j Heading T,k
tt'X K l.-iann pirrerred ..,' .
Rock Island common 32' .
Sr.ijthf-rii Paeific 123
4 61t?63. No. 4 w 02fiC4. No 4 y
gmoothness of complexion. Every 'Jl 0 b-'fl. sem vrg t,i. sgy 6i.
woman hates to see her face wrinkled! Oats No. 2 new 333. No 2
or baggy and practically every one No. 2 w new ZSfiZt. No
has experimented with some sort of!3 w -SH'5 39. No. 3 w r.w ZVtlZt.
patent remedy in the effort either ; s'andard ?394, fi?andard tie--
to remove such condition or ward it ; 361S3f:.
As a matter of fact, the most ef- ' Liverpool Cable.
fective remedy in the world Is one What opened
that any woman can easily make up j to ! higher,
herself at home, in a moment's time, j Corn opened 1
Let her take one ounce of pure pow- J i( low er
aerea saiome. w men Bhe can our- i
, chase at any drug store, and dissolve i
t In a half Dint of witch hard Arnlvi
i tha Kfruhin. . v. Wheat 1,071
lower; rlcsfd L
everv dar The rcnrc are tumrici
oreill family of clowns from Hur:-,iEg and 'instantaneous. Even after'
gary. and Tiny Tom Tinker, the small-, the verv first annMcatinn a m9rb
;est elephant ever exhibited. The men ; imDrovement is snnarent. Th. arin.:
Corn . .
The men improvement is aoDarent. Th wrin-i To- Last Iast
agerie is full of attractions that are ties are less in evidence and the face ' day. Week. Tear
new and the forenoon ra-rade is a mar- has a comfortable smug feeling of Minneapolis 21S 2,9 11
v:l cf fceauty. , firmness that isj most delightful. jDulu h 73 SS 100
The H.J. Tolivcr
Puffs, curia and switches
made from combings and cut
Hair dressing by special or
ders. A complete line of up-to-date
hair goods. All orders
given prompt attefion.
1813 Second Avenue
Phone 94 6-L.
Iiaily betwe-'-n Chicago and
Colorado -affording the tin-e-fct
ard most luxurious her-
Only One Night
On the Road
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port, barber, valet to press
garments, library, are en!y a
few of tbe many feature s that
make this train d tstin' the.
iJrawing room sleeping
tars. fct;ejl cf,act--B and chair
c ars, buffet-libra ry-observa-ti'in
ear, and dining car
with perfect meala at rea
8. F. Boyd.
Div. Pa. Art.,
F: 11. Plummer,
C. P. Agent,
129 Second At.,