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THE ROCK ISIAXD ARGUS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1912.
NEW TRINITY CHAPEL AND PARISH HOUSE WHICH WILL BE
acres of land. The grand champion
ship for the best ten ears of corn was
won by W. G. Griffith of McNabb,
Putnam county. C. E. Russell of
Monmouth, Warren county, won the
grand championship for best wheat.
TO HEAR OASESi
DEDICATED TOMORROW MORNING BY BISHOP M. EDWARD FAWCETT
Will Dedicate Trinity Chapel
and Parish House Addition
NO ELABORATE SERVICES
Kejrolar Sunday Program Will Be
Followed Mra'i Hob Jlonta
The dedication of Trinity chapel
and parish bonne- of Trinity church
will occur tomorrow when Bishop M.
Edward Fawcett of Quincy will be
here. There will be no elaborate
ceremonies of any kind, only the
regular services being held
Tuesday night the social dedication
of the addition will take place when
Trinity Men's club will be hosts to
the remainder of the parish. The af
fair will be in the nature of a re-rertir-n
and a general good time will
Kil l I.OG KK1.T M-iKIJ.
The chapel and parish house Alls
s need that the church has long felt.
Tor years It has been the dream of
the rerto.- and the aim of the vestry
to build s plBi-c where the guilds and
Hubs of the rbureh could hold their
lifelines and social events. For a
ntimbr-r of eara a chapel was main
tained at Seventh street and Fourth
cveniie, but it was so far from the
church that it was not f great ser-j
Irf. When prospects for a new;
betiding began to be bright, the chap
el was old and the prweeds used to
start a building fund. Contractors
liave tieen busy for several months
jiasl on the addition which la south, tion wnicn most likely win tie known , Ktricted to 1U saloon3, is the point
und west of the church proper and as the Tri-City Traffic club. C. A. :wnjCh W;ll be evolved before the hcar
Trinlty church now has a chapel and i iJannister of the Moline Plow cotn-.jpg j3 conciaded.
tmrish house of which Its members ! pany was named president of the! Tile tes of tv,e jioon law as con
may well ! proud. (new club and S. M. C.oddard of Het- CPrng the application of its sections
jtendorf was elected secretary. ncn(0 citieg 0I.eratlng nder a special
an Hare, aged years
the home of his uncle. Bernard H.
Andrews. 811 Fifteenth street, last
rlght at fi o'clock of pneumonia. af-
ter an nines of six days. Mr. Dare
came to Rock Island from his home
Jn Maon City, 111., a month ago and
had since been employed at the Ve
lle Carriage and Vehicle company,
Mr. Dare was born in Mason coun
ty Oct. 27. 1K92. He made his home
!n MaKOn fit i,n nntll tb- Km. rt '
bi rrmmni to Ttm it T.t-,n, Mr i
Dare wan a faithful member of the
Methodist church of his home city.
Besides his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I. L. Dare, he Is survived by two sis
ters, tie Misses Alma and lxra. all
f Mri?o:i C ty. The body will be
taken to Majon City this noon for
Ill ;. MII.IT.H.
Kr!i In this citv have lust been
H'lrb-cd rf the death and burial of Ira
:. MiU' r of Pekin, 111., a former resi
ib tit of this city. Deceased left here
nw fenr j ears ago. after having lived
iu Ha ', Mr. ml for five years, during
which time he worked at the barber
trade. I pnn going to Pekin he made
hi residence with his mother, Mrs.
Curl Miller. Ill Market street, where
the en l came almut a week ago from
the fTcctii of a stroke of paralysis.
Mr. Miller was 40 years old. and is
survived by his mothpr. a brother and
fis'er and a daughter, Daisy. He was
a nieiiii.er of Rock Island Lodge, of
The fjr.eri'.l of Edward Hale Bow
man, who died Thursday morning,
was held from the home, 1132 Nine
teenth rtreet, this afternoon at 2
o'clock. Rev. W. S. Marquis of the
Broadway Presbyterian church offici
ating. A qunrtet sang "Asleep In
Jesus' and "Neare-, My God, to
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Thee.'' Services at the grave were in
charge of Trio lodge. No. 57, A. F. and
A. M., and the bearers were members
of that lodge. They were William lie
Conochie. J. V. Crandall. Kzra
Wilcher. F. A. Graves. C. E. Hodgson
and W. II. Carpenter. Burial took
piace at Chippiannotk cemetery.
TRAFFIC MANAGERS IN
di am m nonM'iyc pi iid
riMi i w unuu.4-i ouuu
j iranic managers or various manu-,
'farturing concerns in the three cit-j
ies met last night at the Manufac-
turers' hotel in .Moline and rerfect-
led plans for a permanent oruaniza-
I lament of the Rock Island Dow
ijinom o, uorK is.an.i "w
company was named to select
! mnnent meeting place and A. It. EM
did at!Rl;d icorge Lindberg of Deere & Co.,
and Williams & White, respectively,
named to draw up a constitu-
tion an1 bylaws. Meetings will be
nelfl twice a month.
NEW CHEF SECURED BY
MANAGEMENT AT HARMS
James Radke. formerly chef at the
Havlin hotel, Cincinnati, one of the
largest bostelries in that city, yestor-
' Kuwu a bi
milar position at the
Harms hotel, bringing with him a sec
ond and third cook, the sane corps .
whib have be-n attending to the cul
inary department of the Havlin hotel.
Mr. Radke succeeds Charles Burton,
who ha been at the Harms for the
pnHt two years Mr. Burton has not
annouueed his future plans as yet.
Patten Trial Postponed.
The caFe against Ed Patten on a
charge of assault with intent to do
gnat bodily harm hDs been continued
till next Saturday. The complainant
is Mrs. Florence Conners. Patten Is
held in he county Jail under bonds
on the charge and on a peace warrant
The closing service In the union
evangelistic membership campaign
conducted by the pastors of the city
will be held tomorrow night
with a meeting at the Memorial Chris
tian church. Dr. H. W. Reed of the
First Baptist church will preach and
the theme of his sermon will be
Christ's Most Gracious Promise."
Arrangements have been made to hold
an overflow meeting in the basement
of the church if necessary. The meet
ings the past week have been largely
attended and show a marked increase
over the first week of services. That
much pood has resulted is manifest
by the increased interest shown.
Beginning Tuesday evening, N. N.
Riddell will give a series of lectures
at the First Methodist auditorium un
der the auspices of the Ministerial
alliance and the Y. M. C. A. Mr. Rid
dell is very highly spoken of as a pro
found thinker and brilliant lecturer.
and his series of talks is awaited with
Rev. H. H. Dewitt of Jacksonville,
111., moderator of the Wood River
Baptist association (colored), will be
in the city Feb. 11 to assist In a rally
to be conducted at the Second Baptist
church. He Is said to be an able
Rev. A, Madison, who is soliciting
for funds 'to wipe out the Sec
ond Baptist church indebted
ness. Is succeeding in his work,
land has raised a goodly sum for this
purpose. Those wishing to contribute
to the cause may leave the money
with H. E. Casteel at the First Na
tional bank or with Dr. II. W, Reed
at the First Baptist church.
Trinity Episcopal church. Nineteenth
itreet and Sixth avenue. Rev. Gran-
ville H. Sherwood, rectorl Celebra -
tion of holy communion at 7:30 a.
m. Dedication of Trinity chapel and
parish house at 10:30. Morning ser
vice at 1 1 a. m., and evening prayer
at 7: 30 p. m. BUhop M. E. Faw
cett mill be in charge of morning
Zion Swelish Lutheran, Forty-fifth
I strett and Seventh avenue. Rev. N. J.
m M H Mm m limm?
OF SALOON CASE
The future of some 90 saloons in
Davenport rests with the outcome of
the liquor litigation which began in
'the district court yesterday morning
af v) o-c0:k before Judge
vhether or r.ot Davenport is en-
tmf.j to have 3'!j sa!oons within its
precincts operating under the mulct
law or whether the city is to be re
rharter and whether or not the Moon
law. is also a legal point involved.
The outcome of the case, whether it
be an alTrmation of the arguments
of the plaintiff, that Davenport is en
titled to only :'. raloons, or that the
provisions cf the Moon law do not
apply to this city and other cities un
der special charter, and the city is
ilberefore ,ntl-l,l to as many saloons I
aa couueu m auo. win uimouoi-
euiy ue appeaieu 10 me supreme court.
TO LAST THHKK DATS.
From the manner in which the case
is progressing it is expected that it
" 1,1 require aonui uir. e 'J s lor pre
entatiou. Evidence oi a minor nature
will be taken for the purpose of show
ing that the defendant is conducting
a saloon in Davenport as alleged and
for th-' logal verification of a few ad
ditional facts. The greater part of
the time will be devoted to the hear
ing of arguments which will be quoted
from law books that touch in any man
ner upon the nature of the case.
With the conclusion of the test case.
Judge Theophilus will not render an
immediate decision, but will take the
case under advisement, and it is
probable that it will be some time be
fore any result is known.
Forsberg, pastor. Sunday school at
9:30 a. m. Services at 10.30 a. m. and
7:30 p. in.
German Evangelical, Ninth street,
between Fifth and Sixth avenues. Rev.
F. J. Rolf, pastor. Sunday school at
9:15 a. m. Services at 10:30 a. m. and
7:30 p. ni.
Grace English Lutheran, corner
Seventh avenue and Forty-fourth
street. Rev. Ira O. Nothstein, pastor.
Sunday school at !:15. Luther league
study hour at 6:43. Services at 10:45
a, in. and 7:45 p. ni. Morning theme,
"Jesus in the Storm." Evening sub
ject, "What the Bible Is For," illus
trated with stereopticon views.
First Swedish Lutneran, corner Four
teenth street and Fourth avenue. Rev.
S. G. Hagglund. pastor. Service at
10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
German Lutheran, corner Twentieth
etreetand Fifth avenue. Rev. Ph. Wil
helm, pastor. German services at 10
a. m. English services at 7:30 p. m.
Memorial Christian, corner Third
avenue and Fifteenth street. Rev. E.
T. McFarland. pastor. Graded bible
school at 9:30 a. m. Junior Christian
Endeavor at 2:30 p. m. and Senior
and Intermediate Christian Endeavor
at 6:30 p. m. Services at 10:45 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.
Secoud Christian, comer Sixth street
and Thirteenth avenue. Sunday school
at 9:15 a. m.; Ross B. Richhart, super
intendent. Services at 10.15 a. m.
Third Christian, Fourteenth avenue
and Thirty-ninth street. Sunday school
at 9:30 a. m.; Dr. J. H. Nichols, super
intendent. Bible school at 9:30 a. m.
Services at 7 p. m.
Central Presbyterian, corner of
1 Twelfth street and Eleventh avenne.
Rev. Marlon Humphreys, pastor. Sun
day school cession, 9:30 a. m. Preach
ing services at 10:45 a. m. Christian
Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.
South Park Presbyterian, corner of
Thirtieth street and Fifteenth avenue,
in connection with Broadway Presby
terian church. Rev. W. G. Oglevee.
pastor. Bible school 2:30 p. m.; S.
Cieland, superintendent. Young Peo-
Aiken Street chapel, Aiken street,
South Rock Island. Sunday school at
2:30 p. m. J. H. Cleland, superintend
ent emeritus. J. M. Bond, superin
Broadway Presbyterian, corner of
Twenty-third street and Seventh ave
nue. Rev. Wr.S. Marquis, pastor; Rev
W. G. Oglevee, assistant. Bible school
at 9:15 a. m. Services at 11:45 a. m.
United Presbyterian, Third avenue
and Fourteenth street. Rev. J. L.
Vance, pastor. Bible school at 9:3t)
a. m. Morning service at 10:45.
Young Peoples meeting at 6:45.
First Methodist, co"ner Fifth ave
nue and Nineteenth st jet. Rev. T. E.
Newland, pastor. Sunday school at
9:30 a. m. Epworth league at 6:45
p. m. Services at 10:45 a. m.
Spencer Memorial Methodist, corner
Forty-third street and Seventh avenue.
Rev. Charles Hawkins, pastor.. Sunday
school at 9:30 a. m. Preaching at 10:45
a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Wayman African M. E. (colored), cor
ner Fifth-and-a-half avenue and Thir
teenth 6treet. W. H. Saunders, pastor.
Services at 11 a. m. and S p. El. Sun-
day school at 1 p. m
German Methodist, correr Four
teenth street and Sixth avenue. Rev.
Theodore Keis, pastor. Sunday school
at 9:15 a. m. Services at 10:45 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.
Free Methodidt, Ninth avenue and
Fifteenth street Rev. H. C. Willing,
pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. !
Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Sacred Heart Roman Catholic
Twenty-eighth street and Fifth avenue.
Rev. J. F. Loekney, rector. Masses at
8:15 and 10:30. Catechism at 2 p. m.
Vespers and benediction at 3 p. m., ev
ery Sunday and holy days.
St. Mary's Roman Catholic, corner
of Fourth avenue and Twenty-second
street. Father Adolph Geyer, pastor.
Mp.ss at 8 and 10:30 a. m.
St. Joseph's Roman Catholic, cor
ner Second avenue and Fourteenth
street. Dean J. J. Quinn, rector;
Rev. William P. Cleary, assistant.
Masses at 7:30. 8:30 and 10:30 a.
m. Sunday school at 9:10 a. m.
First Baptist, corner Third avenue
and Fifteenth street. Rev. H. W. Reed,
pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m. Services at
10:45 a. m. Morning subject, "Man's
Chief Obstacle to Conversion." Pas
tor preaches at union service at Me
morial Christian church. Subject,
"Christ's Most Gracious Promise."
Edgewood Baptist, corner Forty
fourth street and Fifth avenue. Rev. J.
M. Lloyd, D. D., pastor. Bible school
at 9:30; Joseph Wilmer, superintend
ent. Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m.
Swedish Baptist, corner Twenty-first
street and Fifth avenue. Sunday school
at 9:80 a. m. Services at 10:45 a. m.
and 7:45 p. m.
Second Baptist, Tenth etreet and
Sixth, avenue. Rev. A. Madison, pas
tor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.
m. Sunday school at 12:15.
West End Sunday school, 700
Sixth street. Sunday school at 2:30
p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday
evening at 7:30. W. B. Barker,
First Church of Christ, Scientist.
829 Twenty-third street. Services
Sunday at 10:45 a. m. Sub
ject of morning service, "Truth."
Sunday echool following morning
service. Wednesday evening testimo
nial service at 7:45. Reiding rooms
in the church open daily except Sun
day from 2 to 4 p. m.
Church of Jesus Christ. Latter
Day SaintB (Utah Mormons). I. O
O. F. hall in London building. Sun
day school at 2 p. m. Preaching
service at 3:15 p. m. John Frank,
The Tri-City Spiritualists' association
will worship Sunday at 7:45 p. m., at
513 Twenty-third street.
Case Again Continued.
The case against C. C Clifton on a
charge of embezzlement, preferred by
the Independent Jobbing company, has
been continued till next Saturday
morning at 10 o'clock before Magis
trate C. J. Smith.
Murphy Still Missing.
Another day has passed with no
word from Tom Murphy, and the sna-
jpicicn that he -was the victim of the
D.: drowning tragedy last Wednesday
afternoon most probably is correct.
pie's meeting at 6:45 p. m.
at 7:43 p. m.
i Thrown From Police Eig
While Returning to Station
SHOULDER IS SPRAINED
Legs Also Braised by Wheels of the
Baggy 'When They Pass Over
Hint Man Is Bobbed.
Painful injuries were sustained this
morning by Officer C. Meenan when
he was thrown from the rear of the
police rig while returning to the sta
tion with Ofncer Kirsch after arrest
ing a man. The accident occurred
shortly before 9 o'clock this morning
at the corner of Twenty-eighth street
and Fifth avenue. Officer Meenan's
right shoulder was badly sprained and
several contusions are on his right leg
as the result of being run over by the
rig after he alighted on the pavement.
He was taken to the station and then
to his home. The attending physi
cian says that he will be confined
for several days.
SI.KF.I'KR IS PINCHED.
The officers went to the foot of
Twenty-eighth street to arrest a man
who was Bleeping there. He was
placed beside Officer Kirsch who
handled the reins. The other officer
stood in the rear of the rig. Starting
back to the station, the rig reached
Fifth avenue. The road was covered
with ice and when the horse made a
short cut over the curbing It was im
possible to check him. With his back
turned to cut the wind. Officer Meenan
did not see the turn and was thrown
over the wheel. Before the buggy
could he stppped the wheels had gone
over him. It is a wonder that he
was not more seriously injured. His
head was not touched, the entire force
of the fall being on the shoulder.
VICTIM OP FOOTPADS.
The man who was placed under ar
rest, Richard Fuller, bore the marks of
a battle as both eyes were blackened
and swollen and his face was bruised
He was evidently the victim of some
holdup men for the $17 that he had
when he struck town were gone as
well as his watch. The police are at
work on his case.
ARTERY IS BURNED
BY RED HOT METAL
William E. VanDord, a blacksmith
helper employed at the Silvia shops
of the Rock Island road, was badly
burned at 11:43 yesterday by the fall
ing of a red hot piece of iron. He
was standing by an anvil in a crouch
ing position. .Misunderstanding the
orders of the head blacksmith, who
instructed the striker to beat the
heated iron lightly, VanDord delivered
tco heavy a blow.
The piece of heated iron snapped
and fell against Van Dord's left limb,
three inches above the heel, and in
addition to burning the muscle it cut
into an artery, which bled profusely,
The injured man was hurried to Mo
line city hospital, where he was
treated by Dr. A. H. Arp. It was
necessary to take 13 stitches to bind
up the severed artery. VanDord is
resident of Silvia and is a single man
31 years of ag.
MORE COLD IS BILLED
TO MAKE APPEARANCE
The drop in the temperature last
night was not quite as severe as ex
pected but the warning sent out by
the weather bureau in Davenport had
foundation nevertheless. A drop of
20 degrees was predicted and 16 waf
the actual change. That left the
thermometer at 1 6 above zero last
night. This morning there was a
slight rise but tonight more cold ir
due, the indications being that the
zero mark will be reached. '
THREE ARE ARRESTED
IN DISORDERLY HOUSE
M. Fleming, Etta Jackson and Mary
Scott were taken from a house on
Twenty-first street last night and this
morning plead guilty to charges of dis
orderly conduct. Fleming was assess
ed $25 and costs while the women
were assessed $5 and costs. The ar
rests were made by Detective Sehnert
and Officer Kinney.
Repeater Is Jailed.
Magistrate C. J. Smith this morn
ing imposed a fine of $100 on Bob
Archer, a repeater in police court cir
cles, thereby sending him to the
county bastile for 20 days. Ofncer
Kinsley made the arrest. The offense
was disorderly conduct and the par
ticular violation of which Archer was
guilty made the punishment none too
Rockford "Drys" Active.
Rockford. III.. Jan. 27. The
"drys" will make a campaign in the
Rockford spring election. The Coun
ty Local Option league reelected C.
W. Ferguson president and indorsed
George F. Tultork for state senator.
845 Take Two Weeks' Course.
ITrbana, Jan. 27. The annual two
weeks' agricultural course at the Col
lege of Agriculture, which closed its!
session yesterday, had a total attend-j
ance of 845. Of this number 180
...... . . a .
were enrouea in tne scnooi nouse-
keepers and 665 in the corn growers! LJ)
and stockmen's convention. These!
people represent more than 100,00i 1
Robert Pollock of Rock Falls, 111.,
visited friends in the city yesterday.
Walter A. Hughes of Yates City,
111., is visiting with Arthur Harms
of this city.
Mrs. F. H. Bein. 841 Forty-second
street leaves tomorrow morning for
North Yakima, Wash., on an extended
Mike Taxman of the firm' of Tax
man Brothers leaves tonight for Tex
as where he will spend the next three
Miss June Fritts has resigned her
position as receptionist At the
Blakslee Btudio and will return to her
home in Geneseo this evening.
D. C. Strecker has gone for a trip
to Chicago, points in Kentucky, Flor
ida and Cuba. Mrs. Strecker, who is
visiting Florida, will return with Mr.
Ives J. Hoar and fr.mily left this
noon for Los Angeles, Cal.. where
they expect to visit for some time,
after which they will make their
home in Portland, Ore.
Mrs. Mary Wadsworth of this city,
accompanied by her sister Mrs. W.
C. Wadsworth of Davenport expect
to leave tomorrow morning for Pas
adena, Cal., to spend the winter.
Mrs. C. V. Webb of Chicago, who
was called here by the illness of her
sister, Mrs. E. L Schillinger, has been
obliged to return to her home again
because of illness of her husband.
Mrs. Schillinger has improved only
C. E. Swanbeck, a member of the
varsity basketball five of Augustana
college, was seized by appendicitis
this morning and early next week will
be taken to Augustana hospital in
Chicago to undergo an operation.
Swanbeck makes the third of the
regular basketball squad who has been
forced out of the game through in
juries or otherwise this season.
CITY WANTS BILLBURG
CASE HEARD AT ONCE
City Attorney J. F. Witter appeared
before County Judge R. W. Olmsted
this morning and asked that a time be
set for hearing the charge of gambling
preferred by the city against A. W.
Billburg. The judge promised to take
the matter up and announce Monday
morning whether or not he will hear
the case during the week.
School Savings of Week.
Following are the school savings for
the week collected by the State bank:
Eugene Field $ 21.53
Horace Mann 14.64
Longfellow . 18.65
Porter Is Jailed.
Tom J. Finn, former porter at the
Standard hotel, was fined $50 and costs
this morning for disorderly conduct
and sent to the county jail for ten
Old Soldier Tortured.
"For years I suffered unspeakable
torture from indigestion, constipation
and liver trouble," wrote A. K. Smith,
a war veteran at Erie, Pa., "but Dr.
King's New Life Pills fixed me all
right. They're simply great." Try
them for any stomach, liver or kidney
trouble. Only 25 cents at all drug
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You are not only in danger of losing your money. Jewel,
heirlooms and valuable papers when you keep them in your
house, but you are also in danger of losing your life.
At no time can you have PEACE OF MIND when your
precious things are in danger of FIRE or BURGLARS.
Put your valuables in our safety deposit vaults and
KNOW THAT THEY ARE SAFE.
We rent private boxes from $3 np.
MAKE OUR BANK YOUIt BAXK.
CENTRAL TRUST & SAVINGS BANK
Second Avenue and Eighteenth Street, Bock Island.
On Advice of Attorneys, Police
Magistrate Turns Down
Change of Venue.
WITTER TAKES AN APPEAL
Matter Will Be Carried to the County
Conrt May Mean Fresh Start
in Saloon Trials.
When the caseo of Anthony W. Bill
burg, H. O. Merritt and Dan Hines
came up before Magistrate C J. Smith
this afternoon at 2 o'clock for hearing
the magistrate xuled that he had no
jurisdiction in the case inasmuch as
the change of venue was taken from ;
the court of Justice C J. Schroeder
and should have gone to the justice ;
shop nearest to Justice Schroeder's
office, even though Justice Schroeder
held court in Magistrate Smith's sanc
tum. City Attorney J. F. Witter took
an appeal from the ruling of the ;
magistrate and into the county court, i
The charges against the men are for
selling liquor without a license on city i
and state charges.
ACTS OX LAWYERS' ADVICE.
Several lawyers have advised Magis- j
trate Smith that he has no Jurisdlc- I
tion and the magistrate took his stand j
this afternoon to protect his bonds- j
men. When the arrests were made i
Justice Schroeder was called to the
police station and held court there.
A change of venue was taken by the
defense. The transcripts were sent
to Magistrate Smith. He doubted the
legality of the action at the time.
Since he has consulted with several
attorneys and they inform him that
a (justice has no Tight to send a -change
of venue to any other court j
than the one nearest to his regular
court room. It is on that point that
Magistrate Smith made hla ruling.
Should the county judge sustain him
in the action, it will be necessary to
start the cases over again.
Thayer Sergeant at Arm.
Baltimore. Md., Jan. 27. Colonel
Edwin P. Thayer of Indiana was
chosen chief assistant sergeant at
arms of the republican national con
vention to be held in Chicago.
On Tailor Made
$50 values at $42
$45 values at $38
$40 values at $34
$35 values at $30
$32 values at $27
$30 values a $25
$28 values at $24
$25 values at $20
$24 values at $20
$22 values at. $18
Above prices include
our complete stock.
PAY US $25.
ILWNOIS THEATER BUflOfNa