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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1912.
DO IF BESNTS" E)
Wnkesbarre, Pa., Jan. 13. The so
cial evil 1b something that most may
era don't like to tall about.
Mayor John V. Kosek. Just Inducted
Into office hops, Isn't one of those kind.
Jle has some well defined Ideas on the
subject. Just a soon as he was seat
ed m the mayor's chair, he began to
air them. The youngest municipal ex
ecutive In the state of Pennsylvania,
he has started In on a moral cleanup
tf Wilkesbarre. and he says ir going
to be kept up until the merit of hi&
theory is either proved or disproved.
Be doesn't think It will be disproved.
Mayor Kosek summoned the Judges
ef the county, the ministers, the edi
tors of newspapers and reformers in
general Into his sanctum first thing
of all, and with them took tip a discus
sion of the social eviL He obtained
their pledge of moral support, and Im
mediately Issued orders for the clos
ing up of the "tenderloin," rooming
houses, and the back rooms of sa
loons. Within an hour the young mayor
had the women of the underworld
loading their belongings into dray
wagons and leaving the city. He set
hts entire police force at work to see
that the red lights of the city burned
fco more, and in each instance where
an effort was made to disobey his
edict, an-os's were made.
Five hundred women and girls of
questionable characfrr were driven
from the city. They had but two
courses open to leave the community
t once, or to mend their ways and
load the life of the righteous. There
was no half way measnre under the
Jilan of Major Kosek. in a single nbrht
he wiped out the entire "tenderloin,"
tlosed the back rooms of every saloon,
forced pool room proprietors to keep
loys away from their places, and tore
MAYOR DRIVES 500
WOMEN FROM CITY
I a -.ft mm
Water rent account
Mayor John V. Kosek. of Wilkes
barre, the youngest city executive in
the state of Pennsylvania, bad some
well dunned Ideas regarding the so
cial evil vfh'n he took office Janu
ary 1. He first summoned the coun
ty Jures, editors and ministers, and
asked their support, then he closed
the city's "tenderloin" and with aid
of his police, drove five hundred
women of questionable character out
of the city.
down "rooms for rent' signs in au
corners of the city.
Those who argued that the rigid or
der would scatter the women of the
underworld in the respectable sections
of the city discovered that the mayor
had planned to meet this issue. He
set an extra force of detectives at
work to follow the women, and when
one endeavored to locate in a residen
tial section, she was invited to move.
"I do not believe in the segregation
of vice." the mayor declared. "It has
been argued that the 'tenderloin' is a
necessary evil, and that better results
come from segregation, where the city
authorities endeavor to regulate the
evil. I have concluded that no evil is
necessary, and particularly a 'tender
"Segregation is only protection. It
fails to accomplish the arguments
made in its favor. No city can be
clean with a tenderloin' supervised
by municipal agents. It is decidedly
against the statutes and in direct op
position to all moral laws. Advertis
ing an evil can never help It, and in
the segregation of women of the under
world there is bound to be advertising,
which has a tendency to make the evil
"I have started to clean tip the city.
I intend to do it. I aril going to give
my scheme a thorough trial, and I be
lieve when my term as mayor has end
ed that I will have proved beyond
doubt that the social evil can be best
fought with the rigid arm of the law."
Commissioner Rudgren submitted an
Forty-third street. Fourteenth
avnue north to north line of
McCabe's first addition,
property-holders account ... 56.00
Forty-fifth street. Fourteenth to
Fifteenth avenue, east to
Forty-sixth street, property-
holders account 64.26
Forty-third street. Fourteenth to
Eighteenth avenue; Forty
second street, Fifteenth to
Eighteenth avenue. Forty-second
to Forty-third street prop
erty-holders account..... 63.80
Sixteenth to Fourteenth and-a-half
ers watermain account 19.12
Sixteenth to Fourteenth avenue
property-holders Bewer ac
Seventh ward property-holders
west of Thirty-eighth street,
sewer account 12.60
Commissioner Rudgren offered
ordinance which was immediatedy con
sldered and adopted by unanimous
vote allowing claims against the spe
cial fund in amount of $260.58, as fal
lows: H. B. Hubbard, county clerk. .$171.60
Union Printing Co 8S.98
Daily United States Weather Map
Paranagua, Brazil. The federal'
government has obtained an injunc
tion against the Standard Oil com
pany of Brazil, an American institu
tion. The construction of the com
pany's warehouses here has been
stopped as a result of the Issuance of
Thirteenth avenue. Seventh to
Eighth street, property-hold
ers account $ 12.10
J. Scheuermann's Fifth addition,
property-holders account . . . 13.14
resolution that the Peoples Power
company be allowed sum of $4,926.26
in payment of light bills for July, Au
gust and September, 1911. Carried by
The clerk read the final estimate of
the city engineer on construction of a
10-inch watermain on Thirtieth street
from Thirteenth to Eighteenth avenue,
showing total cost of same to be
$3488.58 and recommending that $200
be withheld until June 1, 1912 to in
sure relaying of paving where settle-
"fcr3 33TL ! US. Department of Agriculture.
m'Vv S- i ! WEATHER BUREAU
( WILLIS L. MOORE. Chiet
I cloudy; Q oloodr. rtlni .now; report y A-M-
miMlnc Arron St with the wind. Flnt Sirare. lowmt tarn. '
in. uwtn third, wuid lalociw it U milo. par hour or mlr !
FORECAST FOr. ROCK ISLAND. DAVENPORT, MOIIXE AND VTC1XITT.
Unsettled weather with probably light snow tonight or Sunday. Warmer tonight, cold
er Sunday night. The lowest temperature tonight will be about 10 degrees below zero.
! Channon & Duf va 9.99 ment mav occur.
2 00! Commissioner Rudgren offered a
resolution mat me mayor ana city
Special Meeting Jan. 3, 1912. The clerk read the minutes of the
City Council Chamber, Rock Island,' regular meetings he'd l)o. 26, 1911
flu Jan. 3, 1912. The city council! and Jan. 2, 1912 and the se ial meet
met in special session at 10 o'clock a. ing held Jan. 3, 1912, which were ep
m.. Mayor Srhriver presiding and Com- proved.
mlstiloners Rudgren, Hart, Reynolds i Commissioner Rudgren submitted an
and Hear present. j ordinance which was iinmei'intely on-
CommlMBloner Rudgren offered a tudt-red and adopted bv unanimous
resolution the First National bank of i vote, allowing weeklv unvroll for week : J- ''amP
Chicago be allowed the sum of $337o,! ending Jan. 6. 1912, in amount of E. E. Lamp
to pay water certificates due Jan. 2, $1U7.05, as follows:
J912 and interest on outstanding cer-i p O'Connell $ 8.40
linemen, varrieu uy unanimous voie. t-mil Frank I'fih
V. T. Channon
Crampton Book & Sta. Co 15.64; lprk h nlthori7.ert tn iRAn tn p F
H. Lmrt's Sons 4..r0: Trenkenschuh, a voucher in the sum
Eagle Bakery l..r8lof $3288.58, payable out of the water
Elec. Const. & Macta. Co 5.21 ! works fund on or Defore Julv L 1912
Globe Bindery 19.50
C. C. Hagen Co
Ill & Ehleb
WEATHER CONDITIONS. i
The southern storm which is this
morning central off the east coast of
Florida has been attended by light pre
cipitation in the gulf and Atlantic sec
tions. The northwestern area of high
pressure has advanced to the upper
Ohio valley and the lower lakes and a
further sharp fall in temperature ha3
occurred over most of the Atlantic
slope. Although it is still cold In the
territory east of the Rockies, a decided
rise in temperature in the northern
Rocky mountain sections and the up
per Missouri and upper Mississippi val
leys has resulted from the movement
to North Dakota of the low, which was
yesterday on the north Pacific coast,
and light precipitation is reported
from the north Pacific and northern
Rocky mountain states. The contin
ued eastward movement of the north
western low will be attended by un
settled weather In this vicinity, with
probably light snow tonight or Sun
day and warmer tonight followed by
colder Sunday night.
High. Low. Pr'cp
Atlantic City 24 0 .20
Boston 8 4 .IS
Buffalo , 8 4 .01
Rock Island 3 10 .00
Denver 46 36 .00
Jacksonville 54 52 .30
Kansas City 6 12 .00
New Orleans 48 22 .00
New York 16 ( .IS
Norfolk 30 14 .04
Phoenix C8 36 .00
St. Louis 10 S .00
St. Paul 14 18 .00
San Diego 64 48 .00
San Francisco 56 46 .00
Seattle ..' 52 43 .02
Washington 26 0 .IS
Winnipeg 10 10 .04
Yellowstone Park . 28 .08
J. M. SHERIER. Local Forecaster.
The clerk read a resolution relating1 d.. Rooks 9.43 Mrs E' U Pear8n 1290garet M
! for watermain on Thirtieth street
f frnm Thtrrtnth tr F.ie'htrith fll'A.
nue. Carried by unanimous vote.
2.60 j Commissioner Hart offered a resolu-
Oeorge H. Kingsbury 3.30: tion presenting the name of Frederick
1.00 E. Cruby for patrolman and asking
.to' the council to confirm him. Confirmed
j M. & k 6.73- y unanimoup vote.
I L. S. McCabe & Co 5.43 1 Commissioner Hart offered a reso-
T. F. Norton 10.50 lution presenting tne name or war-
Schroeder for police matron
Today's Market Quotations
to a loan of $25,000 from the
Commissioner Rudgren offered
lot al: AI Sudgen 10.50
John Nelson 12.C0:
Charles GramB 12.60
Mrs. M. J. Phillips
R. I. Savings Bank
R. I. Argus
resolution that the resolution Just read; Dennis Collins 12 60 Owatonna Flour & Feed Co...
17.00, and asking the council to confirm her.
41.00: Confirmed by unanimous vote.
2.o) I Commissioner Hart offered a reso-
92.25 lution that Charles Brady be Instruct
relative to a loan of $25,000 from local
banks, be adopted. Carried by unani
Commissioner Rudgren offered a
resolution that the Gamewell Fire
Alnrm and Telegraph company be al
lowed the sum of $3i'00 to apply on the
C. SrhU i.i:uer
fire alarm system. Carried by unani
Commissioner Rudgren offered a
i-solutlon that the Rock Island Savings i i OE
bank bo allowed the sum of $3,000 on' p Stanley
principal and $2::i..".9 for Interest forj wEckerman
tlie rittnnurgti t liter Manufacturing
company on their $7,500 voucher and
that a new voucher be issued for $4,
D' io fur the balance, to be due May 2,
1912. Carried. Ayes Schriver, Rud
gren, Hart, Bear. Nay Reyonlds.
Commissioner Hart offered a resolu-!
tion that Edna Kimball be allowed $50
In full settlement of claim against the
city of Hock Island. Carried by unani
Adjourned on motion of Commission
M. T. RUDGREN.
Regular Meeting Jan. 8, 1912.
City Council Chamber. Hock Island,
William Glass 11.55
R. I. Plow Co 14.50
ed to come before the council at the
R. I. Sand & Gravel Co.
R. I. Hardware Co
58.08 1 next meeting to give the causes why he
50 !, has made no effort to comply with
R. I. Lumber & Mfg. Co 6 90, the action taken by the council In re-
C. J. St rate
Spencer & Trefz
25'gards to the removal of his, Charles
.75 Brady's junk yard. Adopted by unani-
J. G. Smith & Son 14.63 1 mous vote.
H. T. Siemon 1.73; Mayor chriver offered a resolution
Thomas Drue Co 50 1 that the ordinance providing for the
Union Printing Co 53.71 construction of watermain on Forty
Western Union Tel Co 110 fourth and Fourth-sixth streets and on
Ward & McMahon 20.03: Sixteenth and Seventeenth and Eigh
Mrs. Winterbottom 3.43 . teenth avenues be adopted. Adopted
Phil Weber 12.35! by unanimous vote.
F. L. Yerbury 6 00; Mayor Schriver read an ordiaanca
! repealing an ordinance entitled "An
Total $476. 43 ordinance providing for the improve
ment of Fourth avenue from the west
i curb line of Twentieth street to the
Contingent account (street) $ 52.50 Recapitulation
r.eer account b.JH "luul" OJiu: eat r-nrh lino nf Sivtnth Etroet 1
Water works expense 40.95
Reservoir expense 67.30
Police account 185.75
Street account 2.25,
Fire Dept. account 67.83
Health account 65.75 i
Office account 41.39;
Election account 2.00
Printing account 42.3tj
Mayor Schriver offered a resolution
that the ordinance Just read, be con
sidered. Carried by unanimous vote
Mayor Schriver offered a resolution
that the ordinance just read be adopt
I ed. Adopted by unanimous vote,
j Mayor Schriver read an ordinance
! n tit 1 tA
Commissioner Rudgren submitted
an ordinance which was Immediately
considered ai d adopted by unanimous
vole ai oninz claims ne:nnst ire iren- entit ori "An nrrimnm-o amending nn
eral fund in amount of 5 176.43, as fol-j lotal $4i6.43, orjjnance extitled 'saloons,' and other
lows: ' Commissioner Rudgren submitted an wi8e known as Chapter 50 of the re-
111., Jan. 8, 1912. The city council met George D. Bleuer $ 14.3 ordinance which was immediately con- vised ordinances of 1910
1n regulur session at 3 o'clock p. m. ). L. Bruncr 2i id.-red rind donted bv unanim,-in' Mayor Schriver offered a resolution!
Mayor Schriver presiding and Com- R. C. Benson 6.';n ... nnn.. ir. ,.,-,,, al,ainet h ,, tnat lne ordinance just read and en-
mlHHioners Rndirren Hurt Itwnnlila' Vvr 'ar ".
and Bear present. I Central Union Tel. Co
i titled "An ordinance amending an or-
40 works i,.na in amount oi svioa.M, as dinance entitled 'saloons' and other
jp 1 ail m
An Evidence of Appreciation
The new quarters, corner Third avenue and Eighteenth
btreet, which this bank now occupies, evidence the appre
ciation which the public has for the service we render, as
the new and larger banking rooms were made necessary by
reason of the constant and substantial growth in the num
ber of people opening accounts with us.
Savings accounts of $1 or more bear 4 per cent com
pound Interest. Checking accounts are also invited and
s;.fe deposit boxes arc rented for $3.00 per annum.
Allen, Myers & Co.
Edward Bartow ...
H. C. Benson
The Brownell Co. .
Richard Carries ....
i wise known as Chapter 50 of the re
i 29.00' vised ordinances of 1910," be consider
26.50, ed. Carried by unanimous vote.
17.00 Adjourned on motion of Commis
2062.72 ! sioner Hart.
1.23 j M. T. RUGDREN,
(By wire from E. W. Wagner & Co.,
Grain, provisions, stocks and cotton.
Local offices at Rock Island house. Rock
Island, 111. Chicago office 98-9S-10U,
Board of Trade. Local telephones, jso.
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS
May, 99, 99, 99, 99!.
July, 94, 94, 94, 94.
September, 93'4, 93'i, 93, 93.
May, 64, 64. C4, 64.
July, 64. 64M, 64 a, 64.
September, 65, 65, C5, 65'i.
May, 49. 49. , 49.
July, 44, 44, .1, 44.
September, 40, 40. 40, 40.
May, 15.87. 15.S7, 15.S5, 15.S5.
January, 16.32, 1C.35, 1C.27, 16.27.
May, 9.35, 9.37, 9.35, 9.35.
January, 9.57, 9. CO, 9.55, 9.55.
May, 8.57, 8.60, 8.57, S.57.
January, 8.80, 8.80, 8.77, 8.80,
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Chicago Cash Grain.
Corn No. 3 CDfiCl1, No. 3 w 621,;.
No. 3 y 6iy4(?61, No. 4 5960,
No. 4 w 61fil', No. 4 y 5961,
sgm 5858. spy 58(?j59.
Oats No. 2 w 50fr51, No. 3 w 49(f?
49, No. 4 w 4849,4, standard
Wheat No. 2 r 9598, No. 3 A4
96, No. 2 hw 99(5102, No. 3 hw 95
100, No. 1 ns loaf; 110, No. 2 ns 107f
109, No. 2 ns 103fi 10S, No. 2 s 99 100,
No. 3 s 9S104, No. .4 s 90(5102, vc 90
(3104, durum 90&105.
Wheat closed ' lower.
Corn closed tip to lower.
Channon & Dufva 102.70,
H. H. Cleveland 136.70.
II S C.U't.K. rr.ni.lrnt.
i i 111 U. Vice President.
P. ORKRNA WAT.T. Yiro Tr-s.
A. J. LIM'STIK.'M. ;u.hit-r.
TRANSACTS A GFNERAL COMMERCIAL, SAVINGS,
EXCHANGE AND SAFETY DEPOSIT BUSINESS
James B. Clow & Son
Crampton Book & Sta. Co.
C, R. I. & P. Ry. Co
Davis Machine Shop .....
Dow Chemical Co ,
Globe Bindery ,
Hertshey Mfg. Co ,
M. & K
A. D. J. Moeller
National Meter Co
Peoples Power Co. 592.87
Vienna A band of Bulgarians
threw three bombs into an open air
meeting of the inhabitants of Zil
kowa, near Uskub, European Tur
key, killing three men and injuring
21. There were six arrests.
Texans 4.305.85. Westerns 4.50
7.25. Calves C.509.50.
Sheep weak. Native 3.254.95.
Lambs, native 4.757.15. Westerns
3.505.O0. Yearlings 5.256.20.
Close of Market.
Hogs slow and 5c lower. Bulk 6.15
6.30, light 5.856.25. mixed 6.00
6.35, heavy 6.056.40. rough 6.056.15.
Cattle weak, top 8.50.
Sheep weak, top 5.00; lambs easy,
Western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Kansas City 4,000 2,000 1,000
Omaha 7,100 300 900
Estimated Chicago Tomorrow.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Chicago 46,000 26,000 37,000
Hogs next week, 185,000.
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, Jan. 13. Following are
the quotations on the market today:
Union Pacific 167'4
U. S. Steel preferred Ill
. O. cuuiuiuu ooyg
Rock Island preferred 50
Southern Pacific 110
Missouri Pacific 39
Great Northern 126
Northern Pacific 115
Ixuisville & Nashville 155
Canadian Pacific 229
Chesapeake & Ohio 73
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 77
Baltimore & Ohio U3
St. Paul !!."l07'
Lehigh Valley im
Republic Steel common 26
Pittsburgh Filter Mfg. Co.
R. I. Co. Abstract Co
I. Sash k Door Works
I. Sand & Gravel Co. ..
I. Hardware Co
I. Lumber & Mfg. Co. .
P. Smlh Mfg. Co
Spencer & Trefz 32.62 1
Volunteer Coal Co 491.50
Standard Oil Co
Tri-City Towel Supply Co.
Trio Mfg. Co
Union Printing Co ,
Phil Weber ,
Western Union Tel. Co.
Reservoir and Filter Const, ..$ 84.79
Reservoir Exp. account 104S.10
Water works Exp. account ... 685.82;
Water works Con&L account.. 2245.98 1
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Copenhagen Medical Institute
511 Fifteenth street, Moline.
Mnline office open only on Wed
nesday afternoons and eveningx.
2 to 9, and Sunday mornings, 9
t or. 41 h Jt Brady St. Davenport.
Hour: Every day. 9 a. m. to 5
p. m.. exr-ept on Wednesdays open
only from a .m. to 12. Closed on
Sundays. Consultation free.
Wheat 8 1
Corn 179 0
Oats 6S 30
To- I-ast Last
day. Week. Year.
Minneapolis 215 100 209
Duluth 8 15
Clover hay, $15.
Forage Timothy hay, $20 to $22.
Wild hay, $14 to $17. '
Straw, $8. ' f
New corn, 55c to 58c.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 15c; slack,
Quick Relief for Rheumatism.
George W. Koons, Lawton, Mich.,
says: "Dr. Detchon's Relief for
Rheumatism has given my wife won
derful benefit for rheumatism. She
could not lift hand or foot; had to be
lifted for two months. She began the
use of the remedy and improved rap
idly. On Monday she could not move
and on Wednesday she got up, dressed
herself and walked out for breakfast."
Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second ave
nue, Rock Island; Gust Schlogel &
Son, 220 West Second street, Davenport
Real Estate and Stocks of
Bought, sold and exchanged. If you
want to buy or have anything to sell
or exchange let us hear from you.
NATIONAL BROKERAGE CO..
470 Ohio street, Terre Haute, Ind.
Winnipeg 72 147
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
Wheat today 311,000 190,000
Year ago 412,000 145,000
Corn today 50u,000 387,000
Year ago 933,000 584,000
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market.
Hogs 20,000. Left over 8,066. Pros
pects slow at yesterday's average.
Light 5.956.35. Heavy 6.057i6.45.
Mixed 6.05-56.42. Rough COS'S d.lo.
Cattle 1,500. Slow and steady.
Sheep 5,000. Weak at yesterday's
Nine O'Clock Market.
Hogs slow and a shade lwer. Light
5.90S6.30. Bulk 6.20 6.35. Mixed 6 05
6.40. Pigs 4.45I&5.65. Heavy 6.05&
6.42. Good 6.156.42. Rough 6.05
&6.15. Yorkers G.20!.6.30.
Cattle steady. Beeves 4.75 8.50.
Cows 2.00&6.65. Stockers 3.50&3.85.
New York, Jan. 13. Clearing house
members' average loans were $39,982,
000; specie, increase $14,438,000; le
gate, increase, $3,035,000; deposits, in
crease, $46,298,000; reserve, increase
$5,332,600; actual loans, increase J3X-
5 1 126,000; specie, increase $16,782,000;
b"d. mi l v ase u,&us.uim,'; deposits,
increase, $60,31 4,0iM); reserve, increase
Estate of L-ena Paaalg, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executrix of the last will and
tt stamen t of Lena PasBtg. late of the
county cf Rock lulnnd. state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby gives notice that she
will appear be Tore the lion. Benjamin
Bell, judge of tiie probate court of Hock
Island county, at the probate room, in
the city of Hock Island, at the February
t rm, on the first Monday in February
next, at which time all persons having
claims against said estate are notified
and requested to attend for the purpose
o. having the same adjusted. Ail per
sons indebted to said estate are re
auexted to make Immediate payment to
Dated I3tti day of December. A!, n.
im. CATHERINE KHI EGER.
Clarence J. Schroeder. attorney.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Jan. 13. Following are the quota
tions on the local market today:
Eggs, 35 c.
Butter Dairy, 35c; creamery, 45c
Feed and Fuel.
GET RIGHT FOR 1912
Estate of David Gruhl, deceased.
The undersigned havlntr tn-i n annnlnt.
ed executrix of the last will and testa
ment of David UTuhl, late of the county
of Rock inland, state of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby gives notice that she
will appear before Hon. ii'-njaniin Bell,
judtre of the probate court of Rock Is-
ii,na county, at trie probate room. In
the citv of Rock Island, at the March
term, on the iirst Monday in March
next, at which time all persons having
claims against iaid estate are uotltled
and requested to attend for the purpose
ot having the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Dated this 23rd day of December, A.
ANNA PAPENHAU.SEN. Executrix.
Clarence J. Schroeder, attorney.
Don't start the New Year with debts
crowding you. Come to us. Tell us
now mucn you neea to pay tnese before Hon. Benjamin Bell. Judire of the
small bills and we Will gladly loan I probate court of fcock Island county, at
Executor's Notice .
Estate of Luvinia Bingman. deceased.
The undersigned having been appoint
ed administrator with the will an
nexed of the last willand testament of
Luvinia Bingman, late of the county of
Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notice that he will appear
it to you on your salary or house
We do business strictly private. Call,
write or phone.
CITIZEN'S LOAN COMPANY
Ooom 6, McKInnle fclk Phone East
1187. 15tb St. and 4th Ave., Molins
Rock Island, at the March term, on the
first Monday In March next, at wuich
time ail persons having claims against
said estate are notilled and requested to
attend for the purpose of having the
All persona Indebted to said estate
are requested to make Immediate pay
ment to the undersigned.
Dated this I3d day or December. A.
CLARENCE J. SCHROEDER.
AdoUitrator with W1U Annexed.