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Argus Puzzle Contest Thirty-Five Dollars Free
THE ROCK ISLTAND ARGUS, SATTJRDAY, SEPTEMBER 80, mi.
In order to win one of the
prizes given below, read the
article carefully. Write the
name opposite the number of
the firm to whom you think the
article refers. If in doubt as
to who it is, call on or tele
phone until you find the cor
rect one. They will cheerfully
tell you. Be sure and answer
all questions. Do not be in too
big a hurry to get your answer
in. It is more important to
have them correct. The last
one received may win the first
The prizes will be given to
the ones sending to the puzzle
editor of The Argus the first
five nearest correct answers.
The prizes to be given are:
First prize Lady's or gen
tleman's gold filled watch.
Second prize Ten dollars in
Third prize Five dollars in
Fourth prize Three dollars
Fifth prize Two dollars in
The watch may be seen in
the window of Fred Bleuer's
jewelry store, 1702 Second
All answers must be in The
Argus of3ce rot later than 6
p. m., Friday, Oct. 6. AdJIress
or bring all answers to Puzzle
What firm In the city has advertised
that if you get it at it U
Name the largest store in this sec
tion of the country, 77 stores in one
where you can buy anything that im
agination can hit upon. They have
everything for the household, farm or
road. Its business methods are shown
by its wonderful growth and popular
ity. NO. 3.
What is it that makes the finest
present for cold weather that you
could possibly give to your mother,
wife, sweetheart or daughter?
Who in the city carries a completa
line and is able to satisfy from the
low to the highest and at prices to
suit all? Where is he located?
Name the bank that, in your opinion,
has done more for the upbuilding of
Rock Island than any of its competi
tors; the bank that has enlarged Its
present quarters twice in the past
eight years, and in making alterations
and improvements employed only local
contractors and local labor.
We have been having some very
fino weather and it has not been nec
essary to thir.li of coal but the time
is near at hand when the commodity
will be needed. Don't delay, just placo
your order with the company that is
able to fill it at thp earliest possible
moment, giving you what you order.
Who are. they? ,
What Rock Island photographer makes
a specialty of home portraitures?
Have you seen his work? His prices
are not high. Ask him. You will
want yours iar.cn that way.
Of course k Is very gratifying to
many ladies to cay thnt they bcuch;
their hat at and they
paid a good round price for It, had to
for expenses are high.
There is a fine and up to date mil
linery store cot a great way off Sec
ond avenue on a street car line op
erated by a lady of many years' exper
ience who has small expense and will
be able to save you money on that
new fall ha:. Better see her before
buying. What's the name and loca
Nothing can be more provoking than
poor laundry work. There is a laun
dry in the city which outranks all
others in the quality of its work.
It thoroughly cleans every article,
does not return them wrecks of their
former selves bir. sweet, clean and
whole. They have the only collar turn
ing machine in the city which does
away with roughness. If you try this
laundry once you will have no other.
Who are they?
What piano factory has sold over
two hundred and twenty thousand pia
nos? This being more than double that
of any other make on the market. Qual
ity and low prices being the reason
for this enormous sale. What is its
name and who sells them in this city?
There is a company in Rork Island
that transacts a large tiuslness with
a product that is invisible odorless
noiseless, tasteless and has no weight
yet is universally used in street, stores,
residences, churches and places of
amusements. Can you name it?
Who is the largest and only inde
pendent union label tailoring establish
ment west of Chicago selling 115.00 to
$15.00 suits and overcoats? Where are
Independence and fortune are most
eft -n secured through systematic s;iv
in.d deposited in a conservative, yet
progressive rr.vir.gs bank. Name the
oldest and largest savings hank in the
city with ci-i-a!. surplus and u "idivid
t d profits cf more than i VIZ .'.;).
W'-.--n 5.000 people of R-ck Tslard rvnd
vicinity ara depositing their savings
regularly. This bank has recently add
ed a commercial department and Is
equipped to give the best of service.
What Rock Island clothing store Is
gaining the reputation of giving the
best values for the money, having what
the people want at the price they wish
to pay and is becoming the most pop
ular ycung men's store in, the city.
What well known shoe house In the
city Las more than a local reputation
for fitting the feet? That is their bus
iness. They have made it a study for
many years. They know that their
satisfied customers are their best ad
vertisements. Who are they?
What well known furniture housd
that has been in business less than
two years (located outside the high
rent district), has in this short time
built up a business that is the envy of
its competitors by selling high grade
furniture at moderate prices? They
are agents for the famous Peninsula
stoves and the Pullman davenport.
Their motto is not how cheap, but
how good. Who are they?
In buying meats nowadays it is very
important to know where it comes
from. There is a meat market in the
city that everybody knows they do
most of their own killing, and buy only
the best. Their famous home-made
sausages are known to all. They hava
been in businrS3 over twenty years.
Have two stores. Their meats are
known for the quality. Who are thoy?
If it is going to cramp you to buy a
nc-w fall suit, why let it worry you?
There is a firm in the ciiy that can re
pair and clean your last winter's suit
or oorcoat so tint it will look like
new. They are I'n-to-d.t'.c and are
equipped to ciean cv; rytrcinr. Articles
called for and delivered promptly.
Who are they?
Why worry and grow gray headed
for the need of a little money? It is
our business to relieve you of all those
little worries. We will loan you money
on your chattels .without trouble or
red tape. Our rates are reasonable.
Who are we and where are we lo
cated? NO. 19.
If you need a stove of any descrip
tion, why not see the large assortment
carried by a certain large dealer who
can eave you 60 per cent on your pur
chase ,and you get a stove as good as
new. Here you can also find a full
line of new and second hand furniture.
Look at these stoves before buying.
Where Is this store located?
Do you know the location of the fin
est and most up-to-date saloon in the
city, where you can be served with
every kind of drink on the calendar?
This man also has another place that
Is famous for the lunch that is served
from 9 a. m. until 11 p. m. What is
the location of the place?
What la It? It is made In Rock Is
land; is good to drink; is recommend
ed by doctors as a tonic. Will be de
livered to your home if ordered. Who
NO. 22. '
To what grocery store do you go
when you fail to find what you want
elsewhere? (Why not go there in the
first place?) Here you can always find
a choice line of staple and fancy gro
cery delicacies of all kinds, fruit and
vegetables in season; their teas and
coffees are nnown as the best. Name
them and remember the location. It
will save you unnecessary steps.
What is the name of the oldest drug
store in the city. It has a complete
line of drugs, toilet articles, etc. It
has achieved success by its honest and
straightforward dealing. The prescrip
tion department is especially worthy of
mention. Only competent pharmacists
are allowed to dispense. The checking
system employed renders errors im
possible. NO. 24.
A largt manufacturing concern pro
duces a product that every housewife
should use. and no modern home is
complete without It. It is
. ( . , V.
inim any I'u-er
(Fill in the blanks).
to cook with
Name the largest retail oral com
pany in the city, who are prepared at
all times to tit. liver ou the coal that
you want cn short notice.
What is the name of the best known
men's shoe sold in the city? Who
sells them, and where arc they loca
ted? NO. 27.
It is always we'l to have wines and
liquors in the house, especially in caso
of sickness. There is a houso in tlio
city that carries a full line of import
ed and domestic wines and liquors, at
loweRt prices? Has been in business
for many years and are known for
their square dealing.
What well known cigar store loca
ted on a prominent corner, was re
cently bought by two young men of
the city, who will carry a full line of
cigars, tobaccos, and smokers' sup
plies? They are anxious to meet nil
their friend?, and solicit your trade.
What is their name?
What is the name of the largest elec
tric construction supply house in tho
city? Carry a full line of electric sup
plies and are prepared to give you an
estimate on wiring and equipping your
home, store, or factory.
What Is the name and location of
the largest clear store In tin city?
The recognized headquarters lor smok
ers; where yen can always lind a full
lino of cigars, tobacco, pipes, ncd
smokers' supplirs ;f (very de. ripiioM ;
also all Ma.-niii'-ri and pap rs. They
have th" largest billiard and pool room
in the city.
BY ELSIE ENDK'OTT.
OSH dins; that fcVer."
muttered Joe! H- ti 'ti
as the purp'e racing
car shot past and the
man who nt ly ' he
chauffeur looked 1 i k
to make a derisive
"That chap kr.'W
that I Lad ;- ro;
l.o went on, "and he
g'-ea ana put- a
rv. rd on the front of Ma d'ne fan
g'.ed machine anl cut a trai d ;:--.v
ri pe on n.e."
"I'se a chain." sucs'st-d Henry
Gl'rnan. to whom the re:nrr'"s b:d
ben addressed ::! i who had r ino
down to the gate of his handscne
park to watch the fun.
"I'll ra. for the i hr.in." l.e ad ?!
generousy. "I tell ye.-i, cr. ' l
the automobile s' ouM ;e ?n;;re-seii
i y law not IScet-a y ir. sir."
" 'Tain't a ba i is that." a-- rytecl
J.t.i:i. mindful f t! , fact that th
auto i rare Lad in timm d l..s rvvenues
500 p r cent.
He received a p r -eitage rf the
l.res. The r.a i'V r. ..d was fan ;i!
'. l;r..usli tV slate as a :: st 1 azard-
'. s ; asnn for rp.H.!y ars. nr.. I for
rvas-'n the ai.tr.: h route 1 the
r md and delighted In i: r f. :
that t!:- r.'-st.t'' e !..! his as-iaiaii's
ilar: d net ; t. p them.
Ill t ! ever I ,V.Yi::e w.-.s the
my iln. si d .-t.co there
; .'. " i rtn rrrr
'i h 'ir ttors were drH !t: IVn?cn
to despair. He w-. it tee t. nr.e-r
:'y the oi rasi mi stranner wi-.o l.aa
: c: Iron warred i f ho t:ap at: J in
ti e '.isf f -,v tronths his artets ha !
1 1 u rc-.!u e ! ' a ti.ird of ti e nor-'-a!
: -a er. thi:.-!: .u-.-r before h.-id
?' .to ! ei, su- ir.aay i: stances of speed
v :. 'at ie;
w i a :i fe't m're t'.an a ta?s:nc
i: t -r. st in the matter, tt.. ugh !. - a
; y U none of . pri-e ! of the ur-
date and hou of layirr on enrh egg.
'.".nil the invention hud tnmshrd a
s ( re ef (g-ts in l'en- -a's iieiihi.u -e.
the eoristaljle had be- n no adaiirer of
(li in an"? inventive j jsiu-5.
He had hee'i j ii'.l f-;r the eps and
the lost tin'.- of th hens whieh bad
Leer, too f-ur- ! 'ay f :r t.v re than
a ncnth. i.nf "Jrs i'easoti hnd never
s'ei.p. d taihiiii; -l-nn the foolish!!'.
of tryijij; to vp iment on nature,
and Ileron had been badly enough
hcirv.cked lef. re then by his voluble
'"I have an Idea," cent inued Ol!
r. an. "The only way to f cp thrse
--' orrhers is t make it impossible for
them to I'M-iip.' jn t,e city they have
h.v !iicyel, pn'iee . '
"I air't goln' to ride ono of them
steam hi -yeVs nt my ae. hc-t'y pro
t' -ted the ri -V. P. Me "bes;i'.les ihey are
over he t- -"it ty 'i:.e l.efore we can
"I wa- i'.!"-!it to explain that for
fha very re...- n the 1 ieyele po'ire
v ou'.d h" no c! p. re." continue Oil
rt.an. "I have am." her and far n.ore
;"-a ti ai Id' a. !f y. will e me p to
the hus and 1 are ,i ir''is of v.Mr.e I
w.'l rn.1;!" a rcii ?v f';et(h cf n.y
; 'a:- "
TI.e preffer of n p'.in did not appeal
H. so;;, hut the p s;.et of a drink
d: 1 and !.e v.-;-'f. gly follow ed t J the
'ig h !:? weM j ,i from th. ' read. A
?f!i dn-irg n-f'-o's dashed rit the
r.:T.?i' red n'i'e wih m; bMtif reward
ed l y the si :";t cf I!Tin' g.-o squ
furv aid f -it-1 the sp :rt rather dull.
It was nearly -. e f.snjt when ItPnson
aw iy, to .-tvr:i affr stipper, ac-
o:" pa n ii .1 y the .".is' icr of the peace
and the resident of the ii!age.
Tl y. tc. r-r. aii.ed c; in ss- ,
sion with the t i f nr. 1 the plan and
when at !a-t 'hy 'eft. it was with
n:anv -urar. r. s of their entire fjp-
tV.r real and the e .-ty lawns w
;-r:.y with d-tst wM - N;ho trt-es f.:e
4 '.cd a druwi-.c I.; c!;trocal b'a k
v.err? trunk and Itavrs.
" It's getting ? thr.t I have to k.v-p
'an provided that
wi r. Jo "s
" he complained.
.-. a en ' r w lews .-.re percl tr.y
s "...Iy 1 ? to i e '" : t ii-e h day.
liov I co-.d i : t ray . rimei'.ts
!ae p.ai-e sw, oping
twice a Ik? The other I;iy she
r -v.-pr cvt - drawing c a new airship
: ef. re 1 r-. ali-ed icy loss it w aa
:i.r-r.vn ic the Cr "
The eontnMe '.enged to retort that
it wvjd Ic well wore all of the ;!
rrs inv. atioua t:.:i;:.'J to the
IIvr sice Oilman had invented a
rtent eg stamper that would otamp
gent'eman st-xil .:e entire cost.
"Won't rost the town a cent." de
clared the invfr.t r a little thickly,
fcr tl.-y had sat :-r.g over the Little.
"Vru jep' itnm e p-:t one in an' whn
ti e other towns Lear 'bcut it I'll
make 'nozz-- rai'Mcn. Gx' nieht."
I'o wateh.etl the six men progrejs
urstoadi'y toward the gate wondering
hi w it was th.rt six w'ct. when but
three had corr.e. and hoping that the
oilier three were no: auto pies. v
Then he ti:;at""ed upstairs to dream
cf tee ;i?-;e whfti his lawn ag&is
Faou'd he & green as nature had In
tended and he co-aid e'l in peaca on
t i.e front piana.
The ersuine wefks were Lufy times
on the Oilman place. Even the Da
tives were r.ot informed of the mean
ing of trs excavations.-
The rend was blacked and a tempo
rary road '.aid down throucb Oilman's
fields to that the auto violators ilid
rot see the hug w"rk that Glitsm
was censtructing and wondered ci'y ii
if this was a devje,. stop their tui .
speeding, fince to force tluir ears iy r.
through the heavy. Loiiiins sand of I
the niake-'hlft road vv "Id have re- ' rev
quired CO elephant instead o" bu:..e vr
pewt r. , v :oi
At last It was f.n! ' 1 nivl a?-. in : I'
the road wa throw:: op. a to the en'.- "y;
II". There was no sic;; of :V-'i;e- n'.tl
provemer.ts r-xc pt ti..'! -:.o road h?;l a!i
been ei'ed to la' the d . : a eences- if,r
sion for which the A it ' :t club had '
vainly clamored fr seven. 1 firctiy :'c:
The Hayville road ran straial t ffr 'i1f
more than a mile to the Ci.TC- 'i The
place, where the sr.i.icth trruk turn. 1 "
aain In gentle curve to run thrr.uaii it
a thick growth of pine, t the far (
end was a finii'ar ro.v7n. but in '
tween was the famoij ir.eac!irr 1 raile
by wM'h auto spe.l v a- j::iU'e.l.
At f.rst the auc.is--. -p. -1 i:-:T a
trap, ran at a leg.'. srir'tj arnl Irin'm!
at Il'-nscn e,i his ffahn. Orr.iur.Ily
the feeling wore off and (Jiinian.
watching the progre.-s of o-n!.; wi'h
paternal interests, snii'td cn the con
stable. "Tomorrow will tell the tale," he
exultfd. "Tomorroy y, .; rn 1 I ar i
the Oilman auto ?'p; rs;or vlll be
the talk of the country. By the end
of a. week I should have l.ooo c.rder.s
for suppressors. I'll give a li-rary to
the town that will make Carnicie's
look like a dog kennel."
"Tomorro-v i is." j xdori-
sm. "Let's ro up to the hous? and
talk it over again."
The ursv!po'tine- Oi'--n led fVe
way to the house a-.d t'..e collarette
and carefully every ;aov e was re
hearsed. The rr.orrow would be Saturday
and as Bayville lay al-r? the r'.ad to
various week-end rTti a further
rich haul was anticipated. The jus
tice of the peace moved into a tem
......... . . . . . . . . - . ,
i iuui i oil luv ijiioiuu grour.usi
and the president of the -.-'.Havre took i
his stand be6ide Gllman, just within
There was not long to wait. A car
shot around the curve at the lower
end cf the road, and as it passed the
marker of the measured miie Benson's
assistant pressed a button that set
In motion a split secocd clock within
a box beside the gate.
It had not quite cDtrrdeted the sec
ond revolution when the second as
sistant pressed the button at the end
of the nolle. Ben?on nodded to Gil
man, who turned a brass lever near
The next Instant the car ard a psrt
of the read Tanished from sight, but
a moment later the road ted reap
peared. The section cf the road some
CO feet long was built upon a truss
and so cleverly counerweiahted that
aa soon as the car had rushed down
the inclined plane formed by the titt-
of th- road section, the latter re-
i ; 1 1 to the : uri .;;. i liowiiicr s' c.rce-
: ore:?;; i-'. the weli-oih' roadbed.
ila:a" fc t.rt d the section with a
j i! h f i1: e lever a::d led the
d '.v:: a ; i stairway to the
iifi! a s-vit, ; p '.v is thrown and the
rn; turm I i-:t the Uht circuit
' i " ". v.-: . i i e fnn t! ough nn?
p ii. 'y aril shrill feminine
si'.' : t ear.
'.'!..'') ti e i- iits went on. it was
i that ti e i. 'tor was 1 "d led in the
ci.:v at tie foe t rf ti" incline.
'th ky. !. 'di'ir mass filleil a pit
f. t 1 ."-r u ''J auto could force
way t! .i.e .-a the mixture
liln-'fii had plain d to meet all
r ;-:.( i. ,. and he lost no t:;.ie in
j the men in relays so that the trap
ecu Id be sprung as frequently as the
1 ears coiild he lifted from the clay
The entire time consumed In this
ca-e had ': een less than ten minutes.
, Allowing that with practice greater
i?peil could be developed, the trap
;.!:oit:d pay from SfiOO to $700 an Itur
on hupv days. The trap would pay
, for itself in six months.
! After that It would be all profit,
; though, of course, in time the people
w-;;i'il get wise, but even from the
; strangers a profit might reasonably
he ( -peoted after that.
There was a five-minute wait be
fore the next car came in sight; a
low pray racer containing a man and
1 a girl. There was no need of a clock
BTA.'-Vi - "I- VAriVW"iVEr-!Ier I
THE CARS WOULD SPEED RECKLESSLY DOWN THE STRETCH.
1 hooking a traveling crane onto the
i car and lifting it frcm its oczy bed.
A few pats with a shovel and the trap
was ready fcr another victim, while
' the men frcm GKmar.'g stables played
i the hose on the car aad puihed It up
j a run at the far end of the vault,
j The splutterirjz chauCeur was led
: over to the temporary court and by
; the time the car had bec-n made pre
sentable and restored to the Eurface
ready to proceed the fine of $100 had
been paid, and the party proceeded
on their way vowing ver.gerce.
: In the Interval a aoztn cars bad
: escaped, but that was to be expected.
I I-ater on Gilraan Lad planned to work
' to tell that they were riolatlng tbe
j speed laws. The second band bad
j scarcely completed Its first rerolutlon
when the bell rang again and the end
of the mile was recorded.
There was barely time to spring
; the lever before the car afaot down
1 the ramp and into tbe clay, tbe trap
section springing back Into place Just
as a second racer rounded tbe turn.
Thl car was caking eren better
time and was shading 60 mile an
hour. Benton regarded tbe ear re
gretfully aa it shot part.
"There's another fellow tbat would
; have been worth $200." be said re
1 gretfally. "It's a pity v can't take
In two of 'em at once."
"Be glad you got one," reminded
Oilman. "What chanco would you
have had of stopping this fellow?"
"That's right," assented the consta
ble as he followed the inventor down
This time the profanity was lack
ing, but the girl was sobbing hysteric
ally on the man's shoulder and he wns
so occupied in soothing her that he
did not hear the approach of th par
ty. It was not until Oilman called to
him that he looked up.
"I say," he cried, "What does all
"You've been caught In the Oilman
auto trap," explained the Inventor
proudly. "You were running your
car at the rate of 58 miles an hour
and the legal rate is 18. You fellows
used to run right past, but yon can't
do it any longer not with thla in
vention in the road."
"Good old car," exclaimed the cap
tive, patting the steering wheel affec
tionately. "I figured out that 4 0 was
the best she could do If he wan
pu3hed. Fifty-eight, you say?"
Oilman nodded as he signed to the
men to lift the car from its bed. He
was about to speak when the youag
man went on.
"You didn't happen to catch a chap
In a light green car of about the
same appearance, did you?" he asked,
anxiously. "If you haven't een M:r
yet, I'll pay his fine along with xair.e.
I would be a shame to stop him; he's
in turh a hurry, you know."
"He seiemod to be," assented Ben
son. "He's went past, but we're not
taking more'n one at a time yet."
"Did he see our drop?" wa the
anxious inquiry, and again Oilman
shook his head.
"He came around the bend a?jout
a minute too late," he explained.
"He went right on. We didn't try to
"Bully!" crlc-d the young man.
turning to the girl. "He won't fop
this side of Chester, N-ll, and by that
time we'll be hitched hard and fafct."
"Elopers " hiked Benson interest
edly, and the young roan Krr.ld.
"I (should say we were," l.e lv rent
ed. "We came all the way from town.
We thought we bad made o-ir n't to
quietly that we would be able to corne
along and get married without In
decent baste. Jupt as we got. out Into
the country we saw that we were ,e
!ng followed, and we didn't dare stop.
I was afraid that he would rate, up.
as Ma car la the faster cf the two bet
you. gentlemen, very kino'iy lr,'r.r.
vene, ana he will probably Fper.d the
rest of tbe day locking for t.t ."
"Come right upstair " urge?! tb
constable hospitably. "The justice-; i
fine you, then the town cir-rk'll i.-ioie
a license to yott and you can have the
Justice bitch you or we'll mud tor a
Half an honr later the nowly-mar-rled
pair climbed Into the car again
after handshakes all around. In the
Interval no ears had been trapped, an
even the timers had come into the
Scarcely had the men returned to
their posts when a car eam! Into
sight, but at ho slow a speed that It
noon became apparent t.hHt there
would be no cbaute to make an ar
rest. As It rolled up to the trnp Benson
stared, for ho recognized hit first vic
tims. Ono of tbe men sprang from
the cars as It came to a stop and ap
proached the little group about the
"Here is a paper for yott," be an
nounced as h'- thrubt a document In
to the constable's ij ii restating band.i.
"It is a tetnportry Injunction re
straining yotj from endangering Ufo
ard limb In your effort to make ar
rests. You will answer Monrt'iy and
show cause why the order should not
oe m.'idij permanent."
"You've shut us up for the day,"
admitted GMmari rti'-fully, "but I
KU"m that we can vacate, tbat in
"I guess you can't," retorted the
otl er. "I happen to be a lawyer and
I acted once before for a client In a
"ace wh'-re a chain acrosi the road
was made u:'" of. It was dr?' bled then
that cince scorching was a mlsd-v
nen?;or and riot a crlrriQ It was not
lawful to endanger life an I limb In
an effort, to rroiVe an arrest."
The rami eifihcd bak Into his car
witii a mocking !au(;b .nd fho auto
fii 'bei own the road at vntly ac
ce;eratd p'ed The trappers r gard
ed e'ich other dismally.
"I didn't drea.n ,f an Injunction,"
growled BriKon. "There 1n't a
.b.dre In the Ktate that don't own an
kii'o and who wo'i't d-cld's agalr,r.t u.
I guess we've been stung, dad biirii;
eillrnan regarded the brais lever
sorrowfully. "Tbat cont rue $32,
ft 1 c,.2:t,'' he jc.i l m ,re In sorrow th.a
in t :,g-r. ' V,'e took In $200 in f.ae t,
J 'i l r the K'cnse and the j'idge got
$10 for inaryi.T 'era, b:t that's hi
own. I g'tei I won't fell ijj n.y of the
trafH oa th-t. tho!a'."
"But thir.k of the ha-.py pilr bif.
yon mad" ore," j'.ciln 'ed the t '. t
olerx, who wan not 1 r.tere?: ;1 la tbu
fi :i -i ri c ,'a: a',; t.
"I hope they're happy $32,lr 23
worth," be eald aiow'r. "That's
what it cost n.e to raiktj them happy. I
nuzi I won't do it aaln Ic a bur--.
It wo.iid ham U-n better If I hi-' - '.
time in on fna'c eowiM:.. '
and i- eboat," ai.d h-3 l-:: :. '...
toward the house to glv : t .; a
tl on to tbe new lnvebtio-.