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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. "MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1912,
HORSE STEPS ON
Henry G. Raithel of South
Eock Island Meets With a
IS NONE THE WORSE FOR IT
Falls From Seat of Wagon and Ani
mal Plant Foot on Ilia Leg
Hark at Work Today.
ciallst party of Rock Island, III, that
we go on record as strongly indorsing
equal suffrage for men and women and
as citizens of the state of Illinois, V. S.
A., demand that the till now before
congress be given due consideration.
Be it further resolved that copies or
these resolutions be sent to united
States congress, one to the Trl-City
Labor Review and to each of the tri
cky daily papers. (Signed)
M. I MORRILL
F. S. WATTS,
Oil STEAMER LINE
noon at 2 o'clock. Rev. F. J. Rolf of
the Germaa Evangelical church offi
ciating. Eurial will take place at
the German Lutheran cemetery.
rrSER-ili OF MRS. SATTIZAHX.
The funeral of Mrs. Priscilla Sattl-
sahn, who was asphyxiated last Thurs-
Fowler Manning and George E. held from the home, 4206
Sudlow Get Important Posts !."Tj. m7 Lord oV th. rLl
With StreckfuS Company. wood Baptist church officiating. The
remains were taken to Tipton this aft-
ornnnn At 3:45 OVer the Pru-k Tdanri
FORMER TRAFFIC MANAGER where burial will take place tomorrow.
In spite of the fact that Henry G.
Raithel of South Rock Island fell a dis
tance of ight feet to the Aground from
a wapon seat Friday afternoon and was
then ground underfoot by a big dray
horse, he 4s today on the Job after a
two-day rest and aside from feeling
sore and stiff is none the worse for his
Raithel is a driver for Henry Darfs
Sons. Friday evening at 5:30 he drove
Lis team to the barn at his residence,
2211 Seventeenth street. In attempt
ing to step down off the wagon, he
slipped. Grabbing bold of the seat he
attempted to save himself, but that
part of the wagon being of the folding
variety which works on a hinge, turned
over, throwing him to the ground, di
rectly under the feet of the right horse.
IIORR IS FRIGHTENED.
The animal becoming frightened,
started forward a few steps, and then
backing up, planted its hind foot di
rectly on Raitbel's leg. Had the horse
been sharp shod or had it stepped a
few Inches to either side, the driver
ould have received injuries which It
not resulting In death would have
caused serious after results.
Raithel was considerably bruised
from bit fall and was scarcely able to
alk to the house, but an examination
disclosed the fact that aside from a
few minor bruises he was . perfectly
The republican county committee
met this afternoon in the supervisors
room in the court house and decided by
a vote of 37 to 2 to permit the voters
of the party in Rock Island county to
show their preference for the various
presidential candidates who are seek
ing the nomination of the republican
party. The preferential vote will be
held in conjunction with the April pri
maries and will be arranged for by the
following committee acting together
with the precinct committeemen L.
C. Blanding, Mollne; B. F. Knox. Rock
Island, and E. D. Fisher, of South Rock
The resignation of George McNeil of
Hampton township from membership
on the board was accepted and William
Edelman was named in his stead.
S. J. Collins presided at the meeting.
FOR EQUAL SUFFRAGE
Following the course adopted last
eek by the Trl-City Federation of La
bor when It went on record In support
of the squal suffrage bill before con
gress, the socialist party of Rock Is
land yesterday went on record in sup
port of the same measure. The meet
ing was held in Industrial hall. The
following resolution was framed and
Rock Island, 111.. March 10, 1912.
Whereas, Several states of the Un
ion have adopted equal cuffrage for
men end women, the results of which
have been beneficial to the people in
general, women and children in partic
Whereas, As women are equally
amenable to the laws, which they hive
no choice in making or Interpreting,
Whereas, fThe ballot Is freely accord
ed to men without Tegard to their mor
al and mental capacities.
Therefore, Be ft resolved by the to-
IS FINED FOR FIGHT;
COURT GRIST IS LIGHT
William Bailey has gone to Bruner
ville for a visit of 20 days, said visit
having been handed out to him in view
of (conduct which cleaned out his sys
tem Saturday afternoon when he tried
to assault a pedestrian who refused to
come across with a little change. Bail
ey was arrested by Detective Herman
Sehnert and & fine of $100 was inflicted
this morning by Magistrate C. J
M.'Hassett drew a $5 fine this morn-
lgn, with costs thrown In, in the police
court for drunkenness. He was ar
rested Saturday by Officer Kinsley.
C. L. Carlson paid a fine of $3 and
costs this morning a charge of drunk
Nary en arrest wag made by the po
lice yesterday and nary a report of
trouble was received at headquarters.
'r " 1,1 wnerai rMMrngtrr .m.- funeral Of Hartsel A
Agent and Will Have Head- was held from the home, 1303
. . c. , Fourth avenue, yesterday afternoon
of the Central Presbyterian church
The Streckf us Steamboat line today officiating. Tbe bearers, classmates
made public the appointment of Fowler or lne wara uie-
Manning of New York as traffic man
ager, to be located at the general of-
mann, Marcus Brough, Leslie Miller.
James McNamara, Glenn Reid and
CONTESTS ALL ON
Democrats and Socialists Will;
Have No Issues at Pri
WHERE QUALITY IS THE CHIEF ATTRACTION
HAVE ONE FOR EACH PLACE
Saturday Was Last Day for Filing1
Petitions Voting to Take
Place April 9.
flees of th nn n st ,., nd that N McNeil. Burial took place at
general passenger agent, with head
quarters at St. Paul, Minn.
Mr. Sudlow, who is secretary of the
: :;";,:,- : uw. morning at 9 o-ciOCk, rather
poration. and formerly was with the StePe offlcuiUng Jtonal took ptaoe
traffic department of the Rock Island, ou iua' J-
and Is fully conversant with the duties
undertaken by him. He locates at St
Paul because of that being the northern
terminus of the line and in order that
his personal attention may be given the
business at that point and in that dis
Mr. Manning, while new to the trans- " " . , " ZJ
portauon business has for some yea
nrJfERAI" OF MRS. PAtLEEXHO.
The funeral of Mrs. Vargine Palleen-
ro was held from St Paul's church
MOVE TO DISMISS
been prominent nationally in advertis
ing circles, and has had broad ezper-
overrullng of several motions made
by the defense with a view to ter-
w6ifc0r ..H tha Aflaa fovAMh v
tlon He has put together and. directed Slnce Satnrday Judge R. w. Qlmsted
the in t al eteps of some of the strong- ha(J had under advlsement a motIon
est selling organizations In this coun-
Ito dismiss on grounds of lack of
BOARD TO FURTHER
Mayor Schriver stated this morning
that the board of local improvements
will take tip the work of framing an
ordinance for the paving of Twentieth
street between First and Seventh ave
nues at a meeting to be held in his of
fice Thursday moral ns and that efforts
will be made to have the ordinance in
readiness for presentation at the coun
cil meeting next .Monday. He said that
despite the fact that come of the prop
erty owners desire to defer the paving
project to July 1, the board will go
If necessary, the board will choose
the material to be used. Some of the
property owners have asked that they
be allowed to pave the block between
Sixth and Seventh avenues, by private
contract if the paving project is deferred.
iry wa L&cuaa. L.mu reo. 10 ne was hnHortinHnn TTnon cintrnnlnr rnnrt
connected with one of the recent large thhj moon he overruled this mo
industrial consolidations in New York, tIftn whnreunon John inv mA
leaving inai u iae up tne wor inci- notw Ine that the case b dis
cern, uj pians in contemplation Dy tne msaeA because of failure on the part
DireCKIUS line. . v. -Uv tn mitt a inffiKlont o.nnr
SRA.SOX opeks iw April. ing. After this was overruled
The 1912 season opens in April, the Looney asked that the Jury be in
Quincy going first Into the St Paul structed to bring in a verdict for the
packet trade, the Dubuque in the Bur-1 defense. This, too, was overruled,
llngton trade, and the steamers W. W. and then the defense rested its case
and Sidney of course will continue in without Introducing any evidence to
their usual excursion schedules, show that Billburg's place was not a
The Sidney is at present at New Or- gambling joint
leans, where it haB a regular winter
season. HOI 0 SPECIAL SERVICE
equipped the big side-wheeler St. Paul H I OCIH I nHU Lnunun
as an excursion boat, and it is certain- The first communion and regular
ly the largest and probably the most church services in the new Central
attractive excursion steamer this river Presbyterian church were held (yes-
has ever seen. terday morning and were of Bpecial
Among other new features. It has interest. The Sutfday school attend-
clrculating filtered and chilled drink- ance cumbered 350, and this
ing water systems, electric fans, soda more than filled the capacity of the
fountains, regular restaurants, and bible school rooms. Two classes
were compelled to hold their sessions
in the basement. . At the regular
church services the seating capacity
of the church auditorium was filled
C 1 1 . I l V. ,L.
rnnr n m rr rn r-i mnv oiiwmi uiusit sneu uy iub uuu
rUUIrAUO IU rLiunl ble quartet and Mrs. R. R. Reynolds
sang "He Was Despised and Reject
ed," from the Messiah. Individual
communion service was used for the
first time yesterday at tne celebra
tion of that sacrament. Twenty new
members were received as a result
of the forward movement which has
been conducted by the pastor, Re
Marlon Humphreys, and the church
bedy. At the evening services Rev.
Mott Sawyers of Davenport preached
rocking chairs on upper decks.
For Women of Good Taste
One of the rarest and
most beautiful combina
tions in dress is the com
bination of the distinctive
with the tasteful.
It is easy enough to be
conspicuous but few wom
en care for that. What
they do want is to have
just that touch of "differ,
ence" in their clothes that
takes them out of the
commonplace without put
ting them into the freak
ish class. r5;
These are just the sort gfi:
01 garment we snow de
signed by style masters to
whom good taste is as es
sential as breathing.
All of the contests at the primary
election to be held in this city and
county April 9 will be in the ranks
of the republicans, as both the demo
crats and the socialists have already
decided on their tickets, and only
one man is a candidate for each of
the various offices. In the -four out
of the seven county offices the re
publicans have more than one man
seeking the nomination, and in sev
eral instances the fights will be bit
ter. Saturday was the last day for
the filing of petitions for having the
candidates' name placed on the pri
mary ballot and the results show that
the ballots will be as follows:
Circuit clerk Gustave Blanken-
Recordei- Ben F. Sommerson.
Probate clerk Frank Gustafson.
Cnmrwr T? P T Mavm
Surveyor Curtis C Hubbard. tlon. It is planned by the party lead-
State's attorney Floyd E. Wilson, ers to present a complete ticket
republican. South Rock Island Republicans.
Circuit clerk George W. Gamble. The republicans of South Rock Is
Recorder George A. Schrader, iftn(i recmested to meet at the town
Sam Ryerson. . han - 7.30. Thursday evening. March
JLCO OPERATIVE STORE CO. X lim
Rock Island, III.
WHERE QUALITY IS THE CHIEF ATTRACTION
Gus Tegeler has gone for a sojourn
at Hot Springs, Ark.
M. L. Smith- left for Chicago this
morning on a business trip.
Ben C. Hartz, son Ben and daugh
ter Miss Maude, leave shortly for a six
months' tour of Europe.
Miss Jaunlta Shirley of Omaha, Neb.,
is visiting at the home of Miss Mabel
Lewis, 528 Twentieth street
Mrs. Wallace Treichler has returned
after an extended trip through the
east Including a long stay at Washing
ton. D. C.
Miss Alice Guyer has returned from
a visit to Panama. Miss Guyer made
the trip with Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Ca
ble, who have returned also.
A pair of foot-pads failed in an at
tempt to get away with a hold-up at a
late hour last night at Forty-second
street near Fifth avenue, when the
man whom they had selected as the
butt of their attack, turned on one of
them and knocked him to the ground
with a well directed blow. Without
stopping to finish the argument as to
who should possess the valuables of
the man selected as the victim, the
strong-arm men took a little hike for
The man who was there with the
"haymaker," planted the blow despite
the fact that a young canon was
thrust into his face by one of the foot-
i. iaan 1
Easter suit of French serge,
bIso in two tone whipcord. Un
usual value at $25. Many other
styles in Bedford cords, home
spuns, and novelty weaves for
as little at $15 up to $59.50
M & K, Bock Island.
NEW TEACHERS ASSUME
DUTIES THIS MORNING
Frank S. McCall of Macomb, 111., the
new principal at the Lincoln school,
took up his duties this morning. Mr.
McCall Is Uklng the place of Miss
Mary Piatt, who resigned. Miss Elea
nor Goerta also took up her work in
the public schools this morning as the
Instructor of penmanship. Miss Goerts
comes from St. Louis, and is taking
the position of Miss Koenamann, who
FIVE ARE SEEKING TO BE
MAYOR OF DES MOINES
Dea Molnea, March 11. In the third
nHmnrr 1ortlnn 11 n riov tho rnmm fa.
pads. No report of the attempted hold- sion form of munlclpal government,
up was made to the police. . nr.ntrr.oa her iTAannna
are for heavv balloting. The feature
PEDAGOGUES HOLD A is expected to be the large vote cast
1 oy women in tne scnooi election,
TWO kinilR fiYMFFQT where & proposition to teach sex hy-
1 nu nuun u 1 in red 1 glene ln grade9 ,a an lmportant ques-
The Tri-City Schoolmasters' club tlon. Socialists made a vigorous
held its monthly meeting at the Dav- campaign, and say they are confident
enport high school Saturday evening, 0f representation in the council.
and instead of a literary program, they Mayor Hanna is opposed by four
amused themselves by engaging in other candidates. There are 21 as-
various athletic contests in the gym- pirants for councilmanic honors.
naslum. Handball, basketball and
wrestling held down the boards. Fol
lowing two hours of strenuous exer
cise, the pedagogues repaired to a cafe,
where they enjoyed a luncheon. The
next meeting of the club 1b scheduled
for Rock Island, and the program for
that occasion is being prepared by the
superintendents of the three cities.
Probate clerk John E. Fleming. 14 for tne purpose of nominating a
Coroner John F. Rose, John B. t'Rhin ticket and the transaction of
Johnson, A. V. Esterdahl. Dr. C. E. my. other hnHineB. as may -properly
Donahoo. L,. v.rAn, th. mutlnr
faurveyor Wallace Treichler. TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE.
state a attorney u. u. wenger,
James M. Johnson, William E. White
side, Harry M. McCaskrin.
Senatorial ' committeeman J. W.
socialist. Springfield, March 11. Beginning
Circuit clerk Elbert W. Lindbeck. next Thursday Lawrence Y. Sherman,
Recorder John H. Richards. candidate for the republican senatorial
Probate clerk Clarence L. Tre- nomlnatlon agaln8t senator Cullom.
Coroner Joseph J. Doering. tour the'state in a special train.
State's attorney Charles Hanish. Mr. Sherman plans to visit every coun-
Senatorial committeeman Charles ty ln the state. The senatorial can-
MaaB. Ll.to .r!11 anoolr tnAav n Prvatal
Uuaw nut J ,J - .wuuj J -
T .nit a Woodstock. Mareneo. Belvldero
riFI FfiATFS RETURN and Rockford. Tomorrow he will ap
pear in KOCKion, f ecaionica aiia r
FRflM nriNVFNTinN Port. His .Wednesday schedule will in
wwi wis ciude stops at Mount Carroll, Savanna,
Rock (islanders who attended the Mollne and Rock Island.
state convention and banquet of the
bwedish-Amerlcan republican league Snrlnefleld. March 11. Reuben R.
in -Chicago Friday and Saturday have Tiffany, a Freeport attorney, who decid-
returnea nome. i ne list inciuaea a. e& Saturday to enter the race for the
G. Anderson, Dr. F. O. Ringnell, Grant republican nomination for lieutenant
Muimerg, w. ljouis ustrom COvernor. enaaaed a SDecial train from
ana J . b . Myers, Commis- Chicago In an effort to get his petition
sioner m. T. Rudgren and Captain W al- int0 the office of the secretary of state
er A. Rosenneld. before midnight of the last filing day.
With the exception of the last men- j0hn J. Lennox of Chicago, who car-
tloned, all or the Islanders returned rled tne Detitton. arrived at the state
home last evening. Amone those who knnu nHth it hmit n nvinck Find-
attended from Mollne were Mayor M. lng no cierk in the office of the eecre-1
gill and James Johnston. F. H. Ralls- with a watchman. In view of the an-
bach of East Mollne wag ln the party, nouncement of Secretary of State Rose
that no petitions would be received for
IMPANELING JURY IN te.J "'i TAffLaLhJ!
THP PIRPIIIT rflllRT Gllllesple of this city to represent them
IllC vinUUII vUUlll m a possible controversy as to the
Judge F. D. Ramsay convened cir- legal time limits of filing petitions.
cult court this afternoon and began Attorney Gillespie expects there will
the work of empaneling a jury from be no litigation. He believes the secre
the venire which reported for service tary of state will adopt the construc
during the next two weeks. The tlon placed upon primary laws of other
first case on the docket is that of states by courts and agree that the
Stein, Hirsch & Co., against Charles time limit does not expire until mid
B. Gundberg of Moline. The bu night of the day 30 days previous to
is on an appeal from a justice court the date of the primary election.
CRYAN LAUDS ALTGELD
AT MEMORIAL MEETING
Chicago. March 11. Friends of the
late Governor John P. Altgeld of Illi
nois vied with each other yesterday in
their efforts to pay fitting tributes to
the life and character of the man, the
tenth anniversary of whose death they
Orchestra hall was taxed to its ca
pacity by the hundreds of persons who
gathered. William Jennings Bryan,
Edward F. Dunne. Samuel Alschuler,
and the Rev. Herbert S. Bigelow told
of the life, character, and the ambi
tions of the man whom they had per
We are unloading today a
BLAZE STARTS AT
LEAK IN GASMAN
A leak ln the temporary gas main
at Fifth avenue and Thirty-ninth
street yesterday noon resulted ln a
small fire when a lighted match waa
thrown near It. The fire department
was called, but did nothing ln the
case except notify the Peonle's
Power company. A one-and-a-half
Inch gas main had been placed on
the surface temporarily and the high
pressure forced the valve connections.
The fire department was called to
the home of Mrs. T. Monroe, colored.
511 Thirteenth street, Saturday ev
ening at 6:15. Some sparks had set
fire to the roof. The blaze waa ex
tinguished with a bucket of water.
The damage was nominal.
The opinion of the court on the MATinNfil AFWIR! Y TO
Mtv'a nil! fnr in lnnrtinTi Dcnlnaf A I
V. Billburg to enjoin him from op- HAVE SWEEP IN CHINA
erating his saloon opposite Spencer Nanking, March 11. The constitu-
square is evidently not yet ready for tion of new repute of china, as
ll was nui uuuuuuceu prior 10 laaing
up the work this afternoon,
expected shortly, however.
THE TOWNSHIP TICKET
It is nay approved today, places supreme
power in the hands of the national as
sembly. The assembly also controls
the cabinet, elects the president and
vice president, and may pass any law
over the executive's veto.
HETVRT XECW ERK.
Henry Neuwerk, for the past two
years an assistant deputy sheriff f
Scott county, Iowa, and a former
resident of Rock Island, died at
Mercy hospital, Davenport, Saturday car of the Well known EACO
morning at 11:30 after a brief ill
ness of one week with pneumonia. BRAND FLOUR.
He was taken ill just a week ago
and Wednesday his condition became Known to every man, woman
so critical that It was deemed ad
visabie to remove him to the hos-land child in Rock Island as the
He was born ln Germany Feb. 20, finest flour made
1680, coming to America with his
Supervisor William Trefz.
Assistant supervisors S. A. La Van
way, John Holzhammer, Albert
Schmidt, William A McCarthy.
Assessor Dr. M. H. Patten.
Collector Henry R. Wynes.
Town clerk George W. Cox.
Constable Frank King.
' FOE AN INSULT TO FLAG
New York, March 11. Felix Adolphe
today was held on $1,000 ball for trial
on a charge of spitting upon and tram
pling under foot an American flag
while addressing a gathering of anar
chists In Brooklyn last night.
ELECTION NOTICE. r'
Notice Is hereby given, that on
Tuesday, the second day of April, A.
D. 1912, an election will be held In
the township of Rock Island, 111., for
the following officers, to-wlt:
Four assistant supervisors.
One town clerk.
Places for registration and voting
will be as follows:
First precinct 413 Fourth avenue.
Second precinct 628 Eighth
Third precinct 1014 Third ave
Fourth precinct 924 Ninth street.
Fifth precinct County Jail build
ing. Third avenue and Fourteenth
Sixth precinct 1434 Seventh ave
Seventh precinct 1101 Fifteenth
Eighth precinct 1914 Third ave-
Ninth precinct Trinity church
estry, rear of 1818 Sixth avenue.
Tenth precinct Hose house on
Eleventh precinct Schmld's gro
cery store, 823 Twentieth street.
Twelth precinct Hose house on
Thirteenth precinct Rear of 2700
Fourteenth precinct 3110 Fifth
Fifteenth precinct Peterson's car
penter shop, 610 Forty-fifth street.
Sixteenth precinct Gannon's paint
shop, Fourteenth avenue between
Thirty-eighth and Thirty-ninth
streets. SHIRLEY D. FOLSOM,
Rock Island, 111., March 9, 1912.
Kills Himself by Accident.
McLeansboro, March 11. Charles
McPeak, 30 years old, a farmer living
10 miles southeast of here, accidentally
shot and killed himself yesterday
when a revolver which he was hand
ling, was discharged and the bullet
pierced his abdomen.
parents when a boy four years of
age. He came immediately to Rock
Island and had been a resident of
this city up until three years ago
when he removed to Davenport. He
was employed at the Burlington de
pot in Rock Island for a number of
Besides his mother, Mrs. Christine
Neuwerk of Rock Island, he is sur
vived by two sisters, Mrs. Arthur
Bumb and Mrs. Frank Dower of Rock
Island; two half-sisters, Mrs. Peter
Peterson and Mrs. John Thlesen, who
are in Germany; three brothers.
Claus of Chicago, John of Rock Is
land and Peter of Mollne, and a half-
brother, Hans Dorner of Botna, Iowa.
The funeral will be held from the
home of Mrs. Arthur Bumb, 1206
1 Thirty-sixth street, tomorrow aiter-
Flonr market is high but we
will sell for a few days at the
old price; 1-4 bbL (49 lbs.)
Battles & Co.
TEAS, COFFEES AXD GROCERIES
1806 Second Avenue.
McCarthy on the Town Ticket.
William A McCarthy. 2524 Fifth-
and-a-half avenue, of the grocery firm STRIKERS AT LAWRENCE
ui wituriu Drumer uu i weuij-iuira inr PMIDDCn DV PODO
street, han been named bv h demn- MHC lUUDDCU DI UUTO
cratic township committee on the of- Lawrence. Mass., March, 11. A dem
flee of assistant supervisor in place of onstratlon today in front of the police
Albert Burton, withdrawn. Mr. McCar- station by several hundred strikers.
thy is a hustling young business man and sympathizers threatened for a
and will prove an element of strength time to develop into a serious disturb-
to the ticket. 1 ance. The crowd assembled after the
arrest of a woman striker and be-
Can Register Tomorrow. came so menacing the peiice had to
Tomorrow is the first registration use clubs. Of the leaders of the dem
day for the township elections. The onstratlon arrested four were women.
books will be out so that voters whose
names are not recorded can place them I FOR REPRESENTATIVE,
there and avoid trouble when they ap- 1 hereby announce myself a can
pear to cast their ballots on election I dirtate for the democratic nomination
day. March 26, the registers will for representative ln the general as-
again be open. sombly of the 33 rd senatorial dit
trict. subject to the democratic prl-
To Name Ticket. maries to be held Tuesday. April 9,
The republican township committee IS 12. EVERETT L. WERT3.
of South Rock Island has called a I Oquawka, 111.
meeting of the republicans of the town
ship at the town halL Thursday even
ing to name a township ticket.
I Jiereby announce myself a candi
date for the democratic nomination
Will Name a Ticket for township collector subject to the
The socialists of South Rock Island I decision of the clty-townshlp conven
are to meet tonight 1n mass conven-ltion and invite the support of my
tion for the purpose of ndmlnating a I democratic friends.
township ticket for the coming elec- i .HENRY R. WYNES.
London A mass meeting of railway
men arranged to take place at Trafal
gar square Sunday afternoon was pro
hibited by the police.
Don't Throw It Away
Don't give or throw away any
garment until you find out
whether or not we can restore
t to usefulness.
Our prices are moderate
our work is satisfactory.
Bring us your old suit. We
will restore its original look.
CLEANING, PRESSING, RE
PAIRING AND DYEING.
Men's work a specialty.
Telephone West 317.
YE TOG SHOP
Q. E. BAKER
1807 Second Avenue.