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tfETE ROCK ISEXXB !AHGUS. SATDRHAT, SEPTEEBER 30, 1911.
SELF IN A COURT
Charles Eeed, Alleged to Have
Stolen Bicycle Breaks
CONDUCTS OWN HEARING
Takes CTiange of Venae and Makes
Plea bat Is Held Under Bond
Confident that he could conduct his
case better than any lawyer, Charles
Reed this morning proceeded to de-j
fend himself In the court of Justice
G. P. Nissen where he was taken on a I
change of venue from the court of
Magistrate C. J. Smith. He was some
what shy on talent and the persuasive
qualities and. as a result was bound
over to the next grand Jury under Jl.
000 bonds, which he was unable ta pro
duce. The complainant in the case i3
J. G. Woodbury who alleges that Reed
stole a wheel valued at $35. The theft
occurred In the latter part of August
and was traced to Reed. He left Rock
Island and was absent for weeks. Up
on his return the warrant was served.
WASTED ANOTHER T1UAL.
PTt . . 1 . . -. ,
tlce court was more than corroborat-1
ed by Mb aged, gray-haired mo:h?r.
who plead In her son's behalf. But In
iw juuui u "i plead guilty, and it was impossible to i S!ie was a little peevlsh when she
lence In court procedure demanded a produce witnesseB who had seen the !earncd that she had talked to an offl
change of venue In the court of Mag- act committed. Therefore they were 1 cer Dut offered no opposition when he
lstrate Smith. !e p Us attorns both dismiSsed. - informed her that he was under ar-
protest. Then and there. ho- w a, ; her case
break and Reed took matters in his 1 . t ,, , , . , . . , . .
spite of it all acttng Sa.e s Utorne.;, " " ' ' as,as "miiar to mat reportea oy
Whiteside of Moline prod-iced suffi-j "' , ! Officer Kinsley and Officer Meenan a
cient evidence for the bind over. After ! G- c- wen?er left this morning for ; COuple of days ago have been frequent
the attorney hal finished his argument ! Whitehall. 111., to spend Sunday. of ate and the department has been
before the court. Reed took up the! Mrs. C. A. McLaughlin of Los An instructed to arrest any colored wo
argument in his own behalf. He stat-,Pclfs is visiting with relatives in the men who are seen on the street at
ed that ho had proven his inno-r n e tri-cities and Milan. i nizht and who are acting in a familiar
and when he learned the court's deci-l w. A. Schaeffer has returned to this manner with persons whom they meet,
slon he demanded a new trial. Itlcitv from Clinton, where he has been : Thc department is determined to put
took a deputy rheriif to stop hi.i rgu
ment. FIND C. ALLEN'S
Despondency caused by the death .
of his wife a year ago, and business
reverses recently sustained, Claus
Allen, 1711 Sixteenth avenue, Mo
line, committed suicide a few days
ago by hanging. Thv lifeliss body
was found lust etening at r. oclo k
in an outbuildiug to tls" rear of bin
home. A rope which had been fas
tened to the doorknob and thrown
over a rafter, was tied around his
neck. Carlson was last seen two
days ago. It is said that ho had !
threatened several times in the lat : River Riplets. !
year to end his life. He was born j When the Helen Blair left Rock Is- i
in Sweden in 1SG2 and had lived in ' land last night for the trip to Keokuk,!
Moline since JSCS. He was in the ery state reom was taken, there be
real estate business. He leases two :t:t; about 7.". people from the throe it-
BROOKS IS SENT TO
Given Five Iajs on Charges
Breaking Panels in Door at
part merit Thursday.
Charles Brooks who was arrested
yesterday morning for breaking a door !
in the Maucker house was fo'.:nU guilty
tliis morning of the charce of disorder
ly conduct and fined $!.' and costs. He
w.irt unable to pay an i was sent to
the cojuty Jail. The testimony of
Charles Tuttle, who was in charce of
the hotel at the time wan to the ef
fe t that I'.'ooks had banned the door
so hard after another roomer left ir
('pen. tl-a: the panels were broken
Broeks claimed that the panel had
1 ion broken previously. le;t the other
t s? iinon proved to the contrary.
Looking for Employment.
Wirt TaLr. secretary of ti.e ssn
ii.i'i i Charities is desirous of scour
ir.j, employment -suitable t? a partly
If You'll Watch .the Well
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Illinois Theatre Building
crippled man who otherwise may be
thrown upon the charities of the city
for aid in supporting his family. The
man is able to do light work such as
attending a furnace or acting a3 a
ARRESTS MADE IN
FALSE ALARM CASE
Two Youths Are Held as Result of
Fake Calls Sent to Fire le
As the result of the two false
alarms which were turned in Thurs
day night from boxes on Twenty-sixth
street and Sixth avenue and Twenty-
' seventh street and Seventh ave-
nue, John Lohse
Henry were placed
i 'est Ia6t ni?ht by
eartny ana Herxert.
was continued till this afternoon to a!
low the complainants time to secure ; anJ ccrsls hich amount was produced
witnesses. The boyB are being he!djDy frjenag. The little Incident occur
at the police station. The officers j about S:30 last evening. Officer
traced the action to the doors of tbej Kinsley wa3 dressed in citizen's
young fellows on information which ' cictheS and when he noticed the sus
was secured by Chief Newberry of th ! jiclous actions of a pair of colored
fire department. It was learned that women, he followed them. At the cor
about seven young fellows, including ner of Twentieth street and Third ave
the two who were arrested, were out m!e one of them waiked off with a fel
for a time Thursday evening, and it ; low -ghe went through an alley with
is alleged that the turning in of the : hjm and the officer followed. They
alarms, rapped their celebration. ; managed to get out of sight. The offi-
When the cas's against the youn-j cer returned and then the Thomas girl
men were arraigned for hearing, they c.,ni.-a ,n i.im
Mr. and Mr3. Frank Stewart of Chi-!
on business i
Dan Brennan returned to his home in !
th'.p city this morning after an extend-j
ed western trip of two months.
Mrs. A. Mennicke accompanied by I
her daughter. Tina, left today for Tay- j
lor Ridge to visit her son Ilev. E. L ;
1 Mennicke. j
i Squ all Collins. Harry Mosenfelder, !
.Fpp Kellv. ar.il T. A. I.anip:;n. leave to
morrow ' morriiliZ, u, ; . n .o1 .. j
the University of Michigan. j
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sissoa of Deca-
jtiir, who have been iF.:fi:ig here left
' t-xiay for Burlington. After a
:-tav there they will return to
Lrl it f
Miss Marguerite B. McCabe left to
day at noon for Washington, I). C,
where she will enter the Colonial
school. She was accompanied by
her father, K S. McCabe.
its who left on the trip. Sevcrai
hours will be spent viewing the new
dam at Keokuk. The crowd will re
turn to Rock Isiand Sunday evening.
Anions the local people who niade the
trip, were .T. P. Peter- on. M r. and Mrfc.
S H. Kor.scrs. and daughter. Miss
Mae Grant. Mi-s Nellie C'ilkin, l.ee
Warren and William Trefz.
The Francis A. too1,.; a crowd of mer
ry makers on a little jaunt last nirht
at '. o' lock. They wenr several milea i
down the river, returning !at- in the
Miss Hampton Wins Election. -
Miss Clara Hampton has been noti-
d of her election by the Illinois'
aptcrs as snntor from this state !
t the national convention in St. Louis
next month of the American Woman's
league. There v. ere four candidates
for the enatorsd'.ip.
Puts Up a Slogan.
A slogan lias . i n hutig conspicu
ously in th'" Koi ;. Ihi!u! club rooms
in the N'-w Harper It read: "We
wan 1'n'i new member.."
And when the riiixoix not already
n ei:i! i-ts of The c'.ub see the :.ev clu'i
h ue. the !.ev :.i r..! rs will come.
in town you'll soon discover that
their individual appearance or
iginated at our shop.
WE MAKE CLOTHES
that are correct in every detail
at a price no higher than is
asked for ready-to-wear clothes
Negress Fails to Recognize
Majesty of Law in Un-uni-formed
IS FINED $5 AND COSTS
Same Is I 'aid by Friends of Girl
Was Arrested by Officer Kins
ley Last Evening.
Accosted by a colored girl whose
friend had just gone away with an-
other man, Officer Arthur Kinsley last
1 evening placed Mary Thomas under
arrest. This morning she was ar
raigned in police court and fined S3
w i . v . w .......
arisen, and the court was obliged to
i wait on her convenience.
Ifs nAppF:F.n before.
a fitop t0 il and lf a nne ancl a com"
I mau'i to ieci e lunu hi jiui. uinifi
about a change in affairs, the women
jwho are arrested will be sent to the
. count v iail.
FLAN OF SHIPPING
Rock Island Road to Be Asked
to Handle Freight Sent
From Local Station.
TO CIRCULATE PETITION
As Service Is Now, Shipers Must See
to It That Consignments Are
Placed in Cars.
P hi poors in this city are slowly
forming the conclusion that they are
not beinr fairly treated by the Rock
Island road and accordingly plans
w hich were discussed by several of ;
them this morning in an informal con-'
feretue. a petition will be circulated
and presented to the officials of the,
road asking that they be given better,
service for handling their freight. As !
it is practiced now, a shipper must '
needs take his freight to the Twen-!
tieth street depot and then see to it
that it is delivered at the ear which is
destined to receive it. This works con-
i siderable hardship upon those who
have an extensive shipping to do.
Miori.n II VK TH A PER.
The tentitnent is that thf business
done here in the shipping line is of
magnitude enough to warrant the coin
panv reinstating the transfer system
which was formerly used. I'nder the!
former system, freight is taken to!
the freight office and Is handled fromj
there by emplo;. es of the road who I
transfer it to the proper cars and save!
'he .-hipper tndiess trouble on that)
FOR SHAFT TO SOLDIERS
Monumental Association Names a
Committee ti lireet Work.
The Soidierb" Monumental asso
ciation held a very enthusiastic
met-tinc at Memorial hall last even-
ins, each one i f the patriotic orders
beir.u well represented and ea:;er at
once to enter upon the project of,
:aisi:.ir a sum sufficient to cover tho '
cos' cf rh" rectiou of a monument
at Chippk.r.nock cemetery in honor
of the soldiers of ail wars, many of
w bom lie in unmarked graves.
Thr purpose of the organization '
was veil sf-t forth in impromptu!
ta'.ks and many excellent suggestions
mad'1 !-.s to ways and mans of rais
ing the r.'-eded funds. As it will be
r.ecessnry to raise the larger part of:
the fund by popular subscription, an,
apical il! be made to the people
for support. The object being in
every way worthy and commendable,
it should receive a hearty response
from rill in tlrs vicinity.
The following committee will
have active charge of the- work:
Finance William McConcchie,
Ctcrge K. nailey. Mrs. Corilla Kit-tws'-n.
W. I.. Franks, Mrs. Lucy
Kntf rtair.ment Mrs. William E.
Wvin. Thomas Campbell. Mrs. Wil-
lio.ni DufT.n, Kzra Wiicher, L. M. j
Tittf-ringtcn. Mrs. F. C. Downs. '
Press E. II. Uuck, P. F. Cox,,
Mrs. W. I.. Franks. ;
T3 on Reck Pile.
Chancs Wal'in End Con McStane
wh induced In a little fistic encount
er yesterday afternoon and who were.
arrested by Officer Kinsley, were plac
ed on the rock breaking crew for to
day by Magistrate Smith this morning.
They were each fined 2 and costs for
LUNCHiON FOR GUEST.
MRS LOUIS DIXDIXGER, S50
Twenty-first street, entertained at a
charmingly appointed l o'clock luncn
eon yesterday, given for her guest.
Miss Swoyer of Los Angeles, Cal.
About 40 ladies were present. Beau
tiful decorations of autumn foliage and
flowers were used in the decorations,
red haws in the table decorations, with
autumn foliage with pretty effects. In
each room a different color scheme
was carried out. The stairway and re
ception hall were especially pretty
with a dressing of red haws and fo
liage. The place cards were hand
painted in the autumn tints. A flve
ccurse menu wag served. After the
luncheon a reading was given by Miss
Iva Pearce, which was much enjoyed
by ail present, eeerai excellent mu
sical selections were also given during
the course cf the afternoon.
ROCK ISLAND MUSICAL CLUB.
THE ROCK ISLAXD MUSICAL
club will hold the first meeting of the
season, Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 3, at
the Xew Harper. Two important busi
ness meetings will be held directly aft
er the musical program, namely the
regular business meeting of the club
and following it, the meeting of the
associate membership committee.
Tickets for the different departments
of the club are now in readiness and
it Is requested that all members pro
vide themselves as soon as possible
with tickets to prevent confusion at
the opening meeting.
ROCK ISLAXD FIUEXDS HAVE
received announcements of the wed
dings of Helen Mary, daughter of Rev.
A. B. Meldrum, former pastor of the
Central Presbyterian church of this
city, to Edwin K. Bacon, to be cele
brated at Cleveland, O., Oct. 19, and
of Truman Barton Gorton, a former
resident here, and Miss Francis Smith,
solemnized at Toronto, Canada, Sept
ENTERTAINS FOR FRIENDS.
MISS BESSIE SANDBERG ENTER"
tained last night at Gitchee Gunimee
bungalow on Rock river, in honor of
Miss Anna Carlson find M. J. Butler
of Chicago who are visitors here. The
members of the Gitchee Gunimee club
together with a few of their friends
were the guests. A cold supper was
served at the bungalow dining room
after which games were played until
it was time to return to the city. The
hostess was celebrating her birthday
anniversary although the guests did
not discover that fact until after the
MARSH MALLOW TOAST.
MRS. ELLA REED IS THIS AF
ternoon entertaining her Sunday school
class of 12 little girls at a marsh
mallow toast at the home of Mrs. Joe
McCrory. Holly and autumn leaves
are the prevailing decorations. The
table is entirely in red, red candles
being placed at each plate.
SHOWER FOR BRIDE TO BE.
THE MISSES Hl'BER. 2917
Sixth nver.r.e, gav a tG-x-i sliuwr if.ct
evening for Miss Ola Herbert, who is
to be an October bride. The affair
was also as a courtesy to Miss Barbara
Walters of Chicago, a guest at the
home of the Misses Huber.
FIRST DANCE OF SEASON.
PROF . E. SLATKR S UANCIXC.
class gave the first dance of the sea
son last evening at Elk'3 hall. There
were about 45 couples in attendance.
DINNER AT FEJERVARY PARK.
MISS NINA FICKENSCHF.R WILT,
entertain a party of friends at a dinner
party this evening at Fejervary park,
in honor of Mrs. B. E. Wasson and
Mrs. B. MoAIhrain. of Norfolk, Va.
Covers win be laid for 12.
R. N. A. TO GIVE DANCE.
THE ROYAL NEIGHBORS WILL
give the second of their series of danc
es at Odd Fellows" ha!l Wednesday
evening, Oct. L
DADE NOW HAS RIVAL
The McLean "hundred niilMon dollar
baby" of Washington has a Philadel
phia rival. A son has been bom to
Mrs. Jchn G. Fell, formerly Mis3 Dor-;
othy Randolph, whose husband is the
only sen of .Mrs. Alexander Van Ken-!
esalaer the sixth richest woman in the
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GET A REDUCTION
New Schedule of Charges on
Intra-State Business Goes
Into Effect Tomorrow.
COMMISSION IN RULING
Filinois Railway and Warehouse Hotly
Issues Order Following In
vestigation. Commencing tomorrow a new sched
ule of express rates on shipments out
of the tri-cities goes into effect under
a ruling of the state railway and ware
house commission. The new rate
will effect a reduction of nearly 23 per
cent on all shipments. It is applica
ble, however, only on the stations cf
the roads which run into and out of
Rock Island, namely, the Rock Island
road, the Burlington, Milwaukee, and
the Rock Island Southern. If ship
ments are sent to cities not on these
lines, the old schedule will apply.
based os mileage:.
The new rate3 are based on mileage
It is especially acceptable to people
who express less than 100 pounds at
a time as that class of express gets
the larger reduction. For instance un
der the old rate a package weighing
50 pounds could be sent to Chicago for
?!. Under the new rate it will go for
To cents, a decrease of 30 percent. On
100 pounds and less than 200 the rate
to Chicago is now $1 where formerly
it was $1.25.
The ruling applies to each of the ex
press companies in the city. These are
the "Wells Fargo; Adams. United
States, American, and National.
LECTURE ON ART
IN WOMEN'S DRESS
Madame Savarie, Xoted Fashion
Authority Will Tell Women
How to Be Well Pressed.
The woman who does not show keen
interest when any information regard
: ing correct style is to be had, must be
either very old or extremely young.
; So, it may be considered a foregone
; conclusion that the capacity of the
i Illinois theatre will be taxed to the ut
i most on Monday afternoon, Oct. 9,
i when Madame Savarie, the noted faeh
; ion authority, will deliver a lecture on
; correct things in women's attire for
t lie present season.
' for several years Madame Savarie's
lectures in the Astor gallery of th.?
Waldorf were well known and much
enjoyed affairs, to the exclusive audl-
ence invited to subscribe to the sea
; son tickets. At that time Madame
(Savarie was the publisher and owner
I of a widely read fashion Journal.
I As head of the Wooltex I'aris fash
1 ion bureau, Madame Savarie has just
arrived in this country to give fashion
j lectures in some of the larger cities.
Theso lectures Madame Savarie illus
j tratcs with numbers of gowns, cloaks
and suits from Panuin. Worth. Dre
! ct'l'. M.irtial, et Arwand. Bcchoc-David.
and other m;igic nanus in the fashion
Trivate services over the remains of
Edward A. Nycpiist, ;)7 Forty-third j
street, were held tins aiternoon. iinr
ial took place at Riverside cemetery in
HOLD LAYMEN'S SERVICE
Six Men to Make Addresses at tlie,15.
I iiited lrosbytriaii. j
Speeches by various laymen will be
the feature of the evening service at
the 1'nited Presbyterian church tomor
row evening. There will be l'Miiiiiuie
addresses by members of the congre
gation, the- program being as follows:
"The Church's Need of Men" J. I).
"A M:.n's Need of the Church" F.
'T'.venty-five Thousand Soula for
Chrift" K. Ti. McKown.
"One Million Dollars for Misfcions"-
W. I.. Aster.
"Christ in the Daily Li?e" C. K.
"Motive Power for Modern Relig
ious Enterprises." I.. I.,. Karri:-.
County Crop Condition.
The report of Thomas Campbell, .
crop correspondent for Itock Island;
county, to the secret ary of ajrict:ltur.
for September, sIio-as the condition of:
i.. .u .,.,. ... ... -u f,.in.-. I
t rOl'3 111 IIJC I'JliiJ L HI w: nrt I'nvn
Corn, fr.7,; potatoes, 7T-; apples, K'O;
grapes, i(; pears, lOo.
To Have Pleasant Hour.
A pleasant hour, to which a public
irvitation is extended, is announced
at the Assex-iation houe tomorrow aft
ernoon from 4 to 5.
Not a Word cf Scandal
Marred the call of a neignoor on Mrs.
W. P. Spaugh of Manville, Wyo., who
said: "She told me Dr. King's New
Life I-Iils had curd her of obsti.iato
kidney trouble, and made her feel like
a new woman." Easy, but sure remedy
for stomach, liver and kidr.ey trou
bles. Only 2j cents, at all druggist.
"Can be depended upon" is an ex- j
pression we all like to bear, and when i
H is used in connection ith Chambc-r-iain's
colic, cholera and diarheea rem. .
edy it means that it never fails to cure
diarrhoea, dysentery or bowel corn- !
plaints. It is pleasant to take ard
equally valuable for children anI
adults. Sold by &I1 druggists. j
Are being founded every
A little savings account today increasing steadily to
a goodly one, eventually a working capital, then invest
ment directed with the good judgment which the saving
habit inculcates thus destinies are wrought.
4 Interest on Savings
STATE BANK OF ROCK ISLAND
Second Avenue and Seventeenth Street.
Capital $200,000.00 Surplus 9100,000.00
THIli MITCHELL, I"resldent. I. S. WHITE, Vice lreident.
K. T. ANDEKSOX. Cashier. O. F. CHAXXOX. Assistant Cathier.
COURTEOUS ATTENTION TO ALL.
GITCHEE GUMMEES ELECT
Outing Club Starts Oft Its Seventh
Year of Existence.
The Oitchee Gunimee Outing club
has reorganized and elected officers
for the coming year. Charles Fulmer
is commodore, Edward Brien vice com
modore and Harry Fulmer purser. The
club which has been in existence for
six years has its headquarters in a
bungalow on Rock river at which the
members camp each summer.
Appeals to Supreme Court.
Judge Olmsted yesterday granted an
appeal to the supreme court made by
Hon. William McEniry in his case
against the Tri-City Railway company,
in which he sought to collect $l,u00
damages. The Jury found for the do-! warned not to send eoldlers or mu
fendant when the case was tried in nit ions of war to Tripoli,
the county court, and Mr. McEniry no-, j Turkih transport bearing a
tilled Judge Olmsted he would appeal few men nnd nni.s and ammunition
the case, alleging there was a eousti- j later arrived lu Tripoli from Coa
tutlonal point Involved. stantinople. but was not molested on
'the ground that it hail sailed before
Break Ground for Building. ( the Italian warning had beou ro-
Ground was broken this morning for ( ceived.
i he new two-story structure to be erect- Italy, in t In meantime, brought
td by the Safety Deposit company for ! its army to t!." Italian const, vvlioro
the Cable Music house. The contract ; t ho troops had been placed on board
has been awarded to Henry raulsen, j ships ready to proceed to Tripoli or
and according to present plans the (other points. A second srjuadron Is
building will be complete and ready j designed for S ilonlki.
for occupancy by Dec. 1. j cm ' Tin-: WAV.
The American cruiser Chester Is
Men Leave Shops. j now on its way to Tripoli and should
As the result of the lessening of the 1 reach there early in October, poBsi
hours of work at the Silvis plant to j bly by the fourth.
10 hours a week, 20" of tin: sou em- lis mission, In n it left American
I-loyes have fpiit work. Officials of; waters, was to afford protection to
the Rock Island road give as a reason j a party of American archaeologists
for the reduction the fact that the j under Professor Richard Norton,
business this year is 75 per cent less I w ho contemplated excavations In the
than la6t year. (neighborhood of Cyrene. The party
I was to leave Lond in this week, but
Mrs. Hardin Wins Suit. j the outbreak of war may change it j
The circuit court jury in the case of plans.
Mrs. Elizabeth Hardin vs the city of j . ... . -
Moline returned a verdict this after-1
noon in favor of the plaintiff. She '
fined for $2,000 damages and was I
awarded $1,125. !
Oil Men Confer. j
I,. Walz, J. F. Justin and H. Suhr,
owners of the I'enn Refining company,;
Oil City, Pa, were in the city yester-
fr a meeting with the attaches
of the local office, of whom there nr
Case is Dismissed.
The case against John Adair of Mo
line, w lip was tried before Justice c,m
lafson yepterday, was dismissed be
cause there was no' sufficient evidence
to liold mm. lho charge wa.-; rape,
th" complaining witness being Violet
i.empp, also of Moline.
Mr. Pyrani Thut'.-s th? hind of n
husband to have: Did you heiir Yr. 1
Dike (ell bis wife to go mid look at '
somo J1W hnts? Mr. I!yram-My denr.
bnve I ever deprived you of t!ie .tir-
ilege of looking at Jl'tfJ Inl,? Jhi. -t-c j
Thirty-five dollars free, given away
with The Argus puzzle cou'eat. Hue
Your complexion nz -e". ys your
temiier 1b rendered mineral!" by a U
dirordered liver. I!v taking Cham i
terlain's Btomarh and liver taidet-t
you can improve both. Ko!d by ah
Should have your
thoroughly examine;! by
yon ret the services of an expert la thi exaniinatioa of eye tot -glasses
and the fitting and adjuatlr. of th3 g!atHoa.
Office hours: 8 to 12 a. m , 1 to 5 p. ra-, Tliurs'laj, Friday, XaturlUr
At IffftZH Second arenue, oTer iKAly Ilro Ibnk Isljnd.
mall savings from
TRIPOLI BEGUM BY
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subjects had been perpetrated, for
which no redress had been made.
It assumed a d"i'isiv- attitude and
presently Uta.i tho mobilization yt
its army and li.ivy.
A few days ago the first squad
ron of the Italian navy was sent to
Trlpolitau writers, and it has slnco
patrolled that, conft.
WAHMNti TO ll'HKICY.
At the aiiio timo Turkey was
Why a dinmord bought here
Is always admiied?
Because; we do not. sell Itn
jierfect di;;r,ior.'lH. hence every
diamond that leiver this tnro
Is a gem '. ;!) dotjbp; fiio Tro
and brilliancy cf a flawed one.
We will s-ifi yo.J money to