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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 1911.
IN BATTLE WITH
POLICE AT DEPOT
Three Bandits Plan Holdup of
Twentieth Street Rock
ONE OF THEM CAPTURED'
Other Two Flee in Iarkneiss nd
Make Safe Getaway Loaded
Three masked robbers failed in an
attempt to gain entrance to the'
money boxes of the Rock Island
depot office on Twentieth street
and First avenue at an early
f our this morning and one of dit'.n,,
set to guard against the com ae of
P'lite officers, was taken captive
when the police broke in on the
scene. The other two fellows, heed-,
ing the call of the lookout hurried
from the depot and running into the
darkness which enshrouded the rail
road jardB, made good their escape.1
Tfcey fired at the officers several
times and the shots were returned.
None took effect as far as could be
icarned today. j
CARRIED EXP1.0ITF:i. j
Jerry McCarthy, the captured rob-'
ber, stood guard in one of the dark
spots near the station, and when he
saw the, officers approaching on the
run. he gave the signal. He himself
did not dare to run for he was too
close and a shot might have hit him.
Another reason for his remaining,
still was found when his pockets
were searched at the station. Dyna
mite caps, nitro-glycerine, fuses,
Koap and other articles used for
blowing open strong boxes were
found in addition to a six-shooter:
and cartridges. Had be run, dan
ger of falling would have been great
and any contact with an object hard
er than feathers would have spelled
destruction for him. He had enough
material on hand to blow tip a
house and lie preferred imprison
ment to chances of death.
LITTLE IN' THE SUE.
What motive the men had in pick
ing cut the Rock Island denot, used
principally for the handling of
freight and scarcely at all for money
transactions. Is a matter for conjec
ture. Road authorities state that
there was but $52 in the safe and
seldom is there an amount so large.
The station is out cf the way of the
usual path of pedestrians and so the
dancer of detection was nearly ob
solete. It w a shortly before 3 o'clock
that O. E. Pmedley, baggageman at
the station during the night hours,
heard a noise which came from the
lower floor of the office. He was up
stairs and without hesitating as to
plan of campaign, called the police
station. The resnonse was a ready
one and Officers Pearson and Kinney
were there almost Immediately.
Had they taken a little more time,
chances are that the other pair of
the trio would have been captured.
They were just prying at the bars
used for the protection of the win
dow in the ticket office and had the
workers been given time lo get into
the office, they would have had a
hard time to get away in a hurry.
McCarthy Is being held at the po
lice station d a preliminary hear
ing will be held this afternoon.
Tbiri morning McCarthy was taken ;
trom his cell to be mugged." but h
refused to remain quiet during the rx- ,
posure of the plate. Therefore, b was
necessary for another sitting this af- :
uTiioon. The man appeared anxious to ;
poil the pi lures, and also tried to,
iiifguic himself by pulling a heavy
!ock of hair over his forehead. He was
id.titjfbd as the man who has been
loitering around saloon;: for the last
Circuit Court Trial List.
H. low is the list f cases lor
iii.il in Mu- ciieiiit conn commenc-ins
.! udaj :
Monday M i r v .-. C.
I a 1 A .; ; l'ei,. s. M
i n! . ay com; au .
i i'u sciav 1 lew e . et al.
It Should be Worth
Something to You
To b;:e such metropolitan
u-.ilcrri as Kd. V. l'rice & Co.
r' Chicago cut and make yit r
If you want style, tit a:i
i:iui" Ul'. a lity at a rc isoti.VIe
I rice then liave thtse 'ail s
1 ;k r.'ter you. We are t;;eir
ei' i ;:;. e ..irents.
ray Us $25
liJv.'Ois Tlieaire Building
Henke vs. Deere & Mansur company;
Vercluis vs. Tri City Railway com
pany. Wednesday Mahon vs. Vermuellen;
Vieths vs. Van Daele; Ramser vs.
Thursday Oakleaf, Adair vs. C. R.
I. & P. railway company; Commer vs.
C. R. I. & P. railway company Kahlke
Bros. vs. Deere.
Friday Rommel Bros. vs. TVenks;
Scheuermann vs. C. M. & St. P. rail- j
way company; Heider vs. Safe.
General List Young vs. Mississippi
Valley Traction company; Bender vs.
C. R. I. & P. railway company.
UP TO RESIDENTS TO
DISPOSE OF GARBAGE
City Oea.se to Collect Kefu)e and It
Mut Be Taken Care of by
,'ou"l,ou 01 B"-oe iuiouguUuijfor 8ervice iQ the clTjj war in lg61.
the city ceased yesterday and resi-jj-7e 8erved throughout the entire war
dents of the city will be obliged to j in Co. A., 42d Illinois. He came to
dispose of refuse in a different man-Rock Island in July, 1S79, and was in
ner than the can route through the tbe employ of the C. B. & Q. railway
winter months. They were so ad- for 42 -vear- He leaves a widow and
vised yesterdav bv the drivers of;four children, Mrs. Gertrude Burrows
the garbage collecting carts. Caunj0' Plaines, 111., Charlotte of Den
used for temporary disposal of the ; vpr Co1- J- Milnor of Freeport, and
refuse should be stored at once and . Grarp v- of th,s city,
kept till next spring. Commission- Services will be conducted by Rev.
er Hart under whose care comes the G- H- Sherwood at the home Monday
matter of disposal of garbage only I afternoon at 2 o'clock, and will be pri
stopped its collection when he be-Tate- Burial will take place at Chip
came certain that the weather con- i piannock cemetery.
nii - i i . . . !
ditions would not allow further col-j
lection. The usual time for the ces-
sation has been overrun several
days this year. The burial of garbage
has proven successful from every
standpoint this year and arrange-
nients have been completed for the
burial in an adjoining plat of land
TALKS IN MOLINE
Walter Clyde Jones, candidate for
the nomination of governor on the
progressive republican ticket held a
meeting at the Moline theatre in Mo-
line last mgnt and adrei-.-d an
audience of about 300. He pro
claimed himself a progressive insur
gent and announced that he had no po
litical affiliations and was controlled
by no boss. He denounced Lorimer,
Cannon and Peneon tnd proclaimed
himself tbe champion of measures
which will give to tbe people of Il
linois the initiative and re:"?reniJum
rights. He also stands f ir a meas
ure for the recall cf su'te officials
who f il to do their full duty.
Congressman I. L. Leu root cf the
Eleventh Wisconsin district preced
ed Jones on the program. He ex
plained the platform of LaFollette
and announced that statesman as the
logical candidate for tbe president-
ial nomination. City Attorney G.
A. Shallberg of Moline presided at
the meeting. About 100 students of
Augustana college were in the audi-
ence to greet Congressman Lenroot,
who is of Swedish-American origin.,
M. E. TEMINTY IS HELD ON 1
CHARGE DESERTING WIFE
Waiving examination on tbe
charge of wife abandonment. M. E.
Teninty. v. bo was brought from Ies
Moines last week, was bound over. Louis and William Ldndinger, H. 1$.
to tbe grand jury under bonds of Simmon and John and Louis Week
$".00 from the court of Justice C. J. I el. Burial took place at Chippian
Schroeder. Teninty's mother, whose; nock cemetery.
home is in Des Moiues. and who!
owns realty in Henry county, went; koki'KK kimjru..
m the bond cf her son. The casej The bearers at the funeral of Her
will be investigated by the January i man August Koepke, which was held
grand jury. ! yesterday, were George Long, W. C.
j Brunswig, C. D. Schleuter, Hans
TEMPERANCE FORCES TO ,
BE ORGANIZED MONDAY
There will be a union meeting of
the Rock Island and the Moline Min
isterial alliance at tbe Y. M. C. A.
chapel in Rock Island next Monday
morninp at ! o'clock. The pur
pose of the meeting is .to organize: . field day has been planned for Sun
tbe temperance forces of Roc k Is-, day Nov 12 in the interest of tbe Rock
land COUnty. , , c,m)r H;K1o snflcfv at .htch
Children's Reformation Seices .
At the German Lutheran church
there will be children's reformation
ices toim.rrow morning at H
o'clo.-K. A program appropriate to the
day will be rendered. At 2::i' in the
afternoon there will be a meeting of
the i-or.gt elation and the re will be no
-I've had cold chills rur.ninir over me
all d:y." the thin man complained.
"Yon cii2ht tc be
'nd of that.'
his heartless friend.
"I don't think I understand you.
Why should I be glad?"
'Oh. well, you know, it is quite id
ordinary thing to have cold chills.
Tbere"s no caue for jlarm. Just
think what an eitra ordinary thing it
would be if you should have hot chills
running our you."
The Modern Way.
The prodigal had returned.
"Father." be said, "are you going to
kill tbe fatted calf?"
"No." responded the old can. look
ing the youth over carefully "do: I'll
let you live. But I'll put yon to work
r.d train some of that fat off you."
Balked at Cold Steel.
'T wouldn't let a doctor cut my
fact off." said H. D Ely, Bantam,
Ohio, although a horrib:e ulcer bad
Icon ti:e p: of my life for four:thougn at yet, there have been no se
ycr.rs. Isstewd I rseJ Bucklen's Ar-jrious results from it, chances are that;
nil a. Palve ad my foot was soon ; several valuable animals will be lost'
completely cured." Heals burns, ' unless a remedy 13 found for the ill-
j-s s.-.-e. bruises, eczema, pimples, , ness. Some of the horses in the fire '
e r r:is. surest ne cm
VETERAN OF THE
CIVIL WAR DIES
Henry P. Custer, 1917 Sixth
Avenue, Succumbs to Ef
fects of Heart Trouble.
IN ROCK ISLAND 32 YEARS
Was Long Time Employe of Bur
lington Road Henry J. Huls
brink Passes Away.
Henry P. Custer, 1917 Sixth avenue,
died at his home this morning at 1
o'clock of heart trouble. He was born
in upper Marion township, Montgom
ery county. Pa., Feb. 25, 1S37. He
came to Kewanee in IRP.f) and enlisted
mrs. Carolina srHivf.nnRMj.
Mrs. Carolina Springborne died at
her home on Mill street yesterday
morning at 7:45 of dropsy and heart
failure, after an illness extending over
everal years. She was born May 2V,
1SM0, in Germany, coming to America
5i years ago. since which time
she has lived practically all the time
in this city.
She was married May 16, 1SG1, in
Hamburg, Germany to Charles Spring-
borne, who was called by death 15 j
Mrs. Springborne was a member of
the Ninth street German Evangelical
church. She is survived by a son,
Charles, and a daughter. Mrs. .Matilda
r r oacil DOln CI lnls ciT-
Tfce funeral will be held from the
Ninth street German Evanzoiical :
church Mondav morning at 10 o'clock,
u, - tt t nif ,-,,ir. t? .;m
take place at Chippiannock cemetery
HBSRY J. HILSBRINK
Henry John Hulsbrink, a resident of ; REXDALE'S LECTURES
Rock Island for 35 years, died j Robert Uexdale has been engaged
at his home. 2412 Fifth and a half ave-1 Dv tj.e Men-S r.rc'h' rhcod of the .Mvth
nue this morning at 4:15. Death re-1 0jist church in Atkinson to Oliver
suited from pneumonia which develop- his illustrated lect-ire "Am I My Urctlv
ed as late as Tuesday. Mr. Hul.sbrinI; j er-s Keeper?" on xt Tuea.iay eve
was born Nov. is. IS :2 at G elder-j r,in. This will 1 ' he opening r.ttrac
land. Netherlands. He came to Am en- tion Jn a cu;I1e cf rn.,:iar ent-na. il
ea in 1 :,S. He was married to Anna:IIKnls piannt d by tiK brotherhood for
Elizabeth Henke, April IS. 1S71 at'tae winter. Ho -.:;! r-'-o r-l.e a ro'ital
Davenport, and moved to Reck Island ; frcnl his own poor;-. . ir d i-li-.-; tho i iv
in 1STC. The widow and the following orite c.r rnany av.'icuces, "When th
children survive: Mrs. John R. Bur- j Mississip' Was the Great Highway
ten, Elizabeth, Henry J. Jr., Frank J., j rr Rexdale's pre ram as arranged
1Jula J-J--tle"d Al luur a-,
and nlanche. He was a member of
St' Jolin's branch. Western Catholic
union- The funeral will be held Mon-
da-v truing at 9 a. m. from St. Jos-;
i ; t t t r i : t- a .i '
epn B cnurcn. uuriai win iaKe piace j Jf-'X 3 Ul lllL SrUlllLj
at St. Mary's cemetery. j
FIMCKAI. ok MHS. DiMHM.KH. 1 Mrs. j a,. Coiirell of Des MoV.es re
The funeral of Mrs. Rose Din-; turned to her home today, leaving her
dinger, 1000 Twenty-first street, 1 sister Miss Katherine Scully on the
who died Thursday morning, was road to recovery after a serious illness.
held from the home this afternoon
at 2 o'clock. Rev. T. E. Newland of
ficiating. The bearers were John F.,
Cramp. Henry Schrage and Carl
Rahn. IJurial took place at Chip-,
BIBLE SOCIETY IS
PLANNING FIELD DAY
I time the payors and others in charge;
of lurches and mission stations;
! throughout the county are requested to ;
j devote one service of the day to spe, ial
j commemoration of the ter-centenary of ;
'be English bible, the common version !
; of which was published in 1611. !
Rpv. S. H. Kirkbride. D.D.. of Chi-
jcatro will address a county mass mct-1
ing at the Memorial Christian church;
i Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. His j
subject will be "The Place of the Bible
! in the Evangelization of the World."
i rr- Kirkbride is agency secretary of
th north western department of the
American Bible society's work, which
agency has during the past year dis
tributed 103.425 bibles.
Devotional Service Starts.
The 40-hours devotional service will j
open in Sacred Heart church tomor-.
row morning. The sermons will be
preached by Very Rev. Fr. Catterlin, I
C. S. S. R. of the Redemptorist con-j
vent at Detroit, Mich. Confessions will I
be heard in German, French, Italian ;
and English. The devotions will close I
on Tuesday night with solemn bene-1
diction of the blessed sacrament. The j
Catholics as well as non-Catholics are
most cordially invited to visit the Sac
red Heart church during these days.
Epidemic Among Horses.
There Is an epidemic in Rock Island
and vicinity among the horses, and
! and city departments have been a
, fiicted for several days and it his beea ;
necessary to relieve some of them
from duty. The disease is some
what similar to distemper. The glands
of the diseased horses have become en
larged and should the disease develop
further, may effect the lungs of the
FOR JAUNT TO ALEDO
Rock Island Lodge of Masons 'Will
Confer Degree Upon Candidate
and Have a Supper.
Rock Island lodge N'o. 65S A. F. and
A, M. has accepted an invitation to
go to Aledo Tuesday evening and con
fer the master mason degrees upon a
candidate for masonic honors in that
city. The visit will be in the nature of
a return call for one which the Aledo
masons made to this city last year on
which occasion there were about 100
of them in the party. A special train
over the Rock Island Southern will
leave this city at 6 o'clock and the re
turn will start at 12 o'clock. A supper
and a splendid time is looked forward
to at Aledo. About 15' are expected to
make the trip. H. B. Hayden, master
of the lodge, will be in charge.
LOCAL CONCERN IN
"IV. Wtrfilworth Becomes Head of
Chain of Over OOO Five and
Ten Cent Stores.
The Woolworth five and ten cent
store of this city of which L. R. Mace '
is resident manager, is now one of a
chain of over 600 stores. F. W. Wool
worth has formed a gigantic merger
which includes several chains of stores
in addition to the one which he bui:t
up himself. The new combine has a
fnnital ;tnpL- nf Si'.."". Oi'Ht uutl St nil in-
j cw1qs s,ores in Vni,;.(1 pt&t Canada,
Woolworth besides having this enor
mous number of stores to direct, is di
recting the bi'ildin of the highest
structure in the world, th . ,:ovv Wr.cl-
worth building in c.v Yor which wiil .
; be 35 stories high.
DEMAND GROWING FOR
j for ch'-.rch and lyc-eum work occupies
an hcv!r and a naif inclusive of the
lecture and the movivg pictures.
Dr. ;ni M;s. E. M. S:.la and puny
who have been touring E.irope arrived
in New York yesterday on the .-teann-r
Princess Irene and will spend a weeU
in the east before returning home.
Odd Fellows Banquet.
Degrees were conferred upon sev
eral candidates last night by Rock
Island encampment, No. 12, 1. O. O.
I, at the Odd Fellows hall. Fol
lowing the initiatory work, there
was a banquet, covers being laid
Candidate for Coroner.
A. B. Esterdahl. an undertaker in
Moline, today announced his candi
dacy for the nomination as coroner
on the republican ticket.
LEAD TO SUICIDE
OF A PHYSICIAN
Dr. W. B. Martin of Sherrard
Found by Wife With His
SLOWLY BLED TO DEATH'
Aid Secured by Mrs. Martin Comes
to Tate to Save. Life In Vi
cinity 21 Years.
Trouble caused by land and money
matters, it is thought, was the pri-j
mary motive for the suicide of Dr. j
W. B. Martin. 50 years old, a phy-j
sician of Sherrard. Last night at'
10 o'clock his nearly lifeless bodyj
was found in the surgical room of i
his office in his home by his wife
who had become alarmed because of
his absence. Sho searched through
the house and upon entering the
room where her husband's uneon-j
scions body lay, she was thrown into
a horror which nearly prostrated
her. Securing assistance, the body!
was soon lifted to a couch but be-,
fore any aid could be given him, he'
had died. At the coroner's inquest
conducted this morning a verdict of;
death with suicidal intent was re- j
turned. The throat had been cut
by a razor which was found this;
morning hidden in a cupboard. It :
was clotted with blood.
I'RACTICKH 21 I.ARS.
Dr. Martin was born half a cen
tury ago in Coal Valley. His father
was a physician thre. For the last
21 years, Pr. Martin had practiced in
Sherrard and Cable. He left no let
ters to give bis reason for the act
ror had he told anv of his family or
friends that he was troubled finr.n-;
lie leaves his widow and a daugh
ter, Mahel. at home, a brother, Tom j
Martin of Cilehris'. and a sister, Mis ,
Minnie Martin of Rock Island. j
Increases TTade Following In
spection Not Popular With
SEVERAL ENTER PROTEST
Are ToM Tha Invetignt ion Will lie
Made hut Ken, nests for These
Are Very Few.
Thinking that they had been over
charged for water rents because
their rates were higher than those
of the last year, several citizens hae
entered protest in the city clerk's
o trice becai'se of the raise of rates.
Pome c;f t lie :n have goii" so far as
to make? charges against the ofli. ials
who instituted the inspection of wa
ter rates l:isr spring, and tboucb
they wer-,' .shown reason
raise. their anvor was
abated when they paid up
wii. i. in KSTir; n'K.
The matter was fully explained
in the columns of The Argus last
evening. It was found some time
at:o that there- was vt discrepancy in
the lixine cf water tales and two
inspectors were named to remedy the
errors. Many changes were found
necessary because of undercharge
and some were found where the
charge was a little hitch. Po before
sending out the cards for the rental,
the clerk's ollice employes made the
change in rates. If there is further
complaint, the work will be rein
sreoted where occasion demands and
the rate will be governed according
to tbe reports of the insi c tor.
LORIMER IN LOAN OF
CASH FOR BROWNE
Continued fror. Patr One.
should not be placed in nomination
until there were enough ot-s to
elect him. I did not. propose to vote
for a republican until it became evi
dent be could be elected.
"From that time on I met. each
niaht with Senator Lorimer, ppeakr
Pburtl ff. Representatives Daid K.
sliaiialian. Fred Kricksou, K. J.
Pmejkal, U. M. .Chiperb -bl and oth
ers who were working for Mr. Lori
mer. There never were any of the
Tippit democrats in the conference
while I was there, but 1 understood
the leaders of that faction were
working with Mr. Lorimer.
"I started In to find out how many
of my followers on the democratic
side would vote for Mr. Lorimer.
Representatives John I. McLaughlin
rrd William A. Kanally of the Tip
pit faction were doing the same thing
among the democrats who did cot
follow my leadership.
EVEKY MEMHEH SKEt.
"t either saw every member of my
faction or had someone else see
them. I argued with them on the
proposition, trying to convince them
that it would be to the advantage
cf the democratic party to elc Mr.
Lorimer. I did not fin-1 it dIlT;cult.
es a rule, to persuade them to vote
for him, although a good deal of
discussion was r.ece.-.-ary la tome
"Each night I reported results.
The following news
BAKES THE BEST BREAD
Mrs. Rider Wins Contest at Musca
tine Used Goldrlm Flour.
Muscatine, Iowa, Sept. 28. In the
prize bread competition contest held
here this week in connection with
the big Home Coming festivities, first
prize went to Mrs. Charles Rider, liv
ing near Muscatine. Mrs. Rider used
Cold-Rim flour. She was awarded
the prize with a unanimous decision.
There were 50 in the contest.
The mill knew nothing of the contest until advised of the remit.
OobriUui Flour has never failed to win in any contest.
IT ALWAYS WINS
IT WILL MAKE A WIXXKR OF YOU.
"The Largest and BEST Mill in State
SOI. I) AND GVARANTKKU BY
ALL BOOSTING GROCERS
Finally, on the night of May 25,
1909, it was decided that we had
enough votes to elect Mr. Lorimer
the following day. I promised to
swing 0" of the 35 democrats who
followed my leadership. The actual
number cf my men who voted for
hi ; fell a little short of that."
Senator Kern was particularly
anxious to learn just how Browne
reconciled his vote for Lorimer with
Lis parly loyalty.
"I believe now, and I believed
then, that the election of Senator
Lorimer was the best piece of poll
tics played by the democrats in a
long time." said Browne. "I at
tribute democratic success in the
Cook county election last fall and in
the mayoralty election in Chicago
this si ring to the split in the repub
lican party caused by the election of
Frowne explained tbe expression
"yn-i can't cash dreams" whi.-h he
in a speech on tbe day of the
election of Fenptor Lorimer, as re
ft l ring to a previous remark that
tbe possibility cf the election of a
democratic senator was nothing
mere than a dream. Browne was
r.sked regarding all the statements
marie by Charles A. White and H. J.
C. Beckemeyer in their confessions.
ii:ii:s white's stohv.
Browne denied there was any such
conversation as White says took
place in Browne's room on the night
of May L4, 1009, when there was
talk of a prospective remuneration.
He said lie is confident he did not go
to White's room that night to ask
him to come to his own room and he
said the meeting with White and
Beckemeyer in tbe hall of the hotel
at midnight, when he told them to
go to their rooms, was a week pre
vious to that time.
Browne told of lending White $25
or ?:i0 in June, 1909, in Chicago,
but said be never paid him anything
for his Lorimer vote.
In explaining the purpose of his
visit to St. Louis on June 21, 1909,
when Beckemeyer and other south
ern Illinois democrats of the Browne
faction claim to have received their
Lorimer money, Mr. Bowne said:
"I had communicated with tho
southern Illinois members regarding
my visit. I wanted to keep in touch
ft A -. ji
Should have your
thoroughly examined by
the well-known eye-sight spe
cialist for your headache, neu
ralgia, weak eyes and for
proper glasses at
18071? Second Avenue
Hours H to lii, I to p. m.
Learn to Dance
Prof. 0. F. Slater conducts a Dandng
School at the Watch Tower Inn every
Dancing school class (:20 to 9
Reception 9 to 11:45
Term cf 12 lessens $3.00
Wins Again j
Item tells the story:
IIOME MA PE
with these members as I expected
them to be returned to the legislat
ure and that I would be a candidate
j for minority leader.
Ql KSTION OF C OTll4I
"Then, also, there were a number
of minority appointments to be made
shortly thereafter by tbe governor.
It was a question whether Itoger C.
Sullivan would be nbl? to control aU
these appointments or whither our
faction would be recognized. I want
ed to learn if any of tbe southern
Illinois members knew of any way
in which we could brine influence tj
bear upon the governor."
I Sta.-ts Much Trouble,
j If all people knew that negl'ct of
! constipation would result in sevoie
j indigest ion, yellow Jaundice or viru
j lent liver trouble they -would soon
fake Dr. King's New l ife Bills an. I
end it. It's the only safe way. Best
for biliousness, headache, dvspep-
! sia, chills and debility, -o ceuts at
j all druggists.
is now open for business at
404 Safety building. Third
avenue and Eighteenth street,
southeast of L. S. McCahe's
aepartment store. Third ave
Guaranteed to satisfy.
Masquerade wigs for rent. I
make switches and also buy
Mary E. Goldman's hair dye
Evening hours by appoint
ment. Hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.,
Don't forget the Time, the
Place or the Girl.
j Rock Island House Cafe
j Second Ave., Seventeenth St.
; We give the best meals and Hervt
; to the veiy best people at mod trait.
Noon Luncheon 25c
A la carte service to H p. m.
OVMKK.I A SI'Kf 1ALTV.