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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1912.
Dear Mr. Thompson: Can you tell
me anything good to remove freckles?
I am a girl 19 years old, fairly good
looking, and 'he boys tease me by call
ing me "Rusty" and "MUJew."
Take the teasing good-naturedly.
Th-y love you Just the fame.
Buttermilk 18 said to remove freck
les. Lemon Juice is good, also, If your
f kin ran stand It. For obstinate freck
les this may be used: Thre ounces
luetic arid, four ounces glycerine, one
ounce rnsewater. Mix and apply with
a ciir.fl'a hair brush. If the skin
Naven of Davenport and Michael Fo- THIS PITCHER. NOT
be read again this week and Sunday, I
8nd the wedding day ie set for Wed
nesday, Aug. 21. The bride-to-be has
been visiting at the home of her sister,
Mrs. Edward Daley, in Denver for
some time past. She is a daughter of
the late Mr. and Mrs. John Naven of i
Davenport. Mr. Foley is associated
with the brothers of the bride in bus
iness in Davenport.
THE MARRIAGE OF MISS GER
trude Beck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Beck of Davenport, and Grover
Chrietensen took place at St. Alphon-
! sua church, Davenport, at 3 o'clock
wish vou would tell me how to win her T1"?' .
love. This is the first time I fell in
! love and I would like to know what
I to do. E. F. G.
Do you know if she is a good, re
spectable girl? Do you know what
kind of friends she has? Is she older
If you are quite satisfied that she
la nil rirhf tell her VOU would like to . -.
r , TL " . call on her at her home and meet ber
for a rouplo of days. and do not use it out what gne ke9 ln
at nil if you can make the biftterm'Jk j . - n,i,i,,ml,m nnrt trv to
take her out once In a while. Buy
her a box of good candy as often as
you can afford it. Be courteous,
! Jobn Ellerbush officiating and cele
brating the nuptial mass. Attending
the couple were Miss Minnie Freder
icks and Ivor Chrlstensen, brother of
the groom. Mr. Chrlstensen is em
ployed aa a machinist by the T. W.
McClellaa company ln Davenport. The
young people will reside for the pres
ent At thA linma nf ttiA hriA'c nor. I
H'-rve. Anyhow, a few freckles are
D'-ar Mrs. Thompson: Is a son who
Is married and has a child compelled
to take his mother and father to live
with him when they spend their money
sweet-tempered and considerate of her
ENTERTAINS FOR GUEST.
MRS. L. A. CARLSON OF 2204
Twenty-third avenue, Moline, enter
tained Wednesday afternoon for her
sister-in-law. Miss Tlllia Carlson, in
celebration of Miss Carlson's birthday
I TO .
man of fashion to pend several boursi
daily In the bands of his valet. Among
the many operations which took up
this time was "the starchiug of the
beard and the proper perfuming of the
garments, the painting of the face and
anointing with oils, tinctures, essences
and pomatums. London Standard.
TRAMPS OF THE SEA.
, In everything. Just be good friends anniversary. Fifty guests enjoyed the
I with her, and find out whe'her you're j social afternoon. Piano numbers and
Emmet Key Perry man.
for pleasure trips? We can hardly
make both ends meet now. JOHN.
j really ln love. You probably are not. vocal solos were pleasing features. A
i purse of money was presented to the
i Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) What can honored guest as a birthday gift and
Vou arj not compelled to have your ; j &0 jor pimples on my back? (2) ; refreshments were served late in the
parents lire with you. If thy need what u a good tonic for hair which j afternoon.
support arU ou cannot take rar ofjCa, never been cut? (3) What is an i
them, take the matter before the prop. eXerclse for large hips? A READER. OLIVE CINCH CLUB.
it county authorities (1) At,B!Jiute cleanliness Inside and) THE MEMBERS OF THE OLIVE
j out, drinking plenty of pure water. Cinch club enjoyed their regular
Deur Mrs. Thompson: Is It proper j anj a diet leaving out rich gTavies, meeting yesterday afternoon at the
for a doctor to address a patient at i pastries and fried stuff, will in time home of Mrs. W. Rank, 1926 Four
"Lear Friend" when he announced he j Kpt r,j cj them. ' teenth street. Moline. Three tables
has returned from his varatlon? He; (3, extended on the floor, sup- were played and prizes went to Mrs.
bus trea'td, me only twice. He aekel ) porting the body with one hand, the 'Abe Stcuffer, Mrs. George Noyes and
to phone for an appointment to do;otner han(j placed on the hip. Hold ! Mrs. Frank Sterling. Refreshments
dome more work for me. He U a wid- jtniB position and raise the body grad- iwere served by the hostess. The next
ower. 1 am married, lit Is inclined ; the floor until the whole meeting will be held with Mrs. Mert
to bo a flirt. How should I address i weight R supported by the hand and Sutherland of Rock Island,
hiin wbia I wrlt? MR3. A. S. I feel. Trv first on one side, then on!
The doctor probabiy wrote "Dear j the o'her. It's easy to get up to the
Frleud" to ail of his patients when knees, but difficult, at first, to get up
he announced his return. Reply by the full extent,
saying "Lear Doctor." If you have J
THE MARRIAGE OF MISS ELLEN
Sylvester of Kalona, Iowa, and Frank
Spratt of Davenport took place at the
Richmond, Va., Aug. 16. Emmett
Key Ferryman lb not going to let the
lure of success as a twirler in the big
league baseball interfere with Bis cleri
Perryman is the youngster who w-as
imported into Virginia baseball circles
from Georgia last season by the Dan
ville club. This year he is playing with
Richmond and if all goes well he will
Join McGraw's Giants at the close of
the Virginia season early in Septem
ber. He was recently sold to that ag
gregation for $1,0iW). He is a big,
rangy chap, with worlds of speed and
when given proper support usually;' Journal,
wins his game. I
"Yes. I am going with McGraw," i
he said today, "but that won't keep !
me from finishing my course at Em- j
ory college, Oxford, Ga. I have aV j
ready had two years there, and unless
the unexpected happens I'll return a
Pli. T!. next spring. Then, if McGraw
thinks I am still worth something to
him I'll be ready to accommodate him.
"However, I propose to teach a cou
ple of years or so during the winter
' seasons, and then I'll probably go over
Their Work In Developing the Oeean
There are land tramps and sea
tramps, but whereas the former lives
by the labor of others, the world's
business would be in great strait
were the latter to be swept from the
face of the ocean. While there have
practically always been tramp ahlpe
since men have sailed the sea. It re
mained for the Yankee skippers to de
velop this phase of ocean carrying to
Its highest degree. Tramping on the
ocean Is only another name for trad
ing, and many are the stories extant
of Yankee skippers swapping beads,
mirrors, calico, knives and other trifles
for Ivory ln Africa, and for commodi
ties equally as valuable la other lands.
The tramp steamship came into ex
istence during the war between the
states, and It is to this type of vessel
that England primarily owes ber su
premacy on the sea. she having en
couraged the building of tramps more
than any other nation. In time of
peace they add to her prosperity, and
where they enjoy a subsidy, aa they
do ln some instances, they are used as
transports and other auxiliaries in
times of war.
Next to England come Norway as a
nation which encourages sea tramps,
and as her maritime laws are more
elastic than those of Great Britain,
many British tramps are sold to Nor
wegian owners, who make thetn pay
after they have outlived their useful
ness nnder the British flag. Marine
Saturday, Aug. 17, 1912
doubts of him take your husband with j Dear Mrs. Thompson: I have a rain-j rectory of St. Anthony's church, Dav-
you wiito you go lor tne next ireai- j roai mai n.is inaeK reuy spurn ou myui i, mruuaj aneiuuou, rani- yan(jprfoilt at Nashville to pre-
xueut. it. How can I clean it? Thanking er Landers officiating. Attending the j Iare mvsplf f'or Methnd-ist mini3.
you. MAE H. couple were Miss Agnes Spratt of Hoi-! uy hat wl happen ftftpr j
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am a youtig I know of nothing but soap and i brook, Iowa, sister of the groom, and can-t s;ly j,pt now j aiways did want
man 18 ytara old. I met a girl on one water (warm, not hot). If the spots Cyrus Sylvester of Kalona, Iowa. Mr. j tQ he a' prPa(her' an,j j DpiiPve I d
or the excursions. She was very nice are on the rui.ner sunace, use a sou ana .Mrs. nprau win mawe meir norac
and was the one that started it. She cloth; If on the cloth surface, use a In Davenport.
seeuis to like me and I like her. 1 1 small brush to scrub off.
and Miss Bess Hutchinson of Cam-
make something of a go at the calling."
Perryman is the pon of the late
James L. Perryman of Rockport, Ga.,
member of the north Georeia confer-
HARRY C. WILLIAMS OF GALVA ' ence for many years. Since entering
college, he has developed marked tal-
bridge were united in marriage at ents a8 an orator and Uebater and also
iz .av ociock yesieraay at me r irsi . , j .
Clever Detective Work by a Uni
i versity Professor.
! lime. Gulan was the wealthy widow
of Jean Howard Golan, former presl
dent of the Bnnk of France. Mme.
Oulun was seventy years old. One
eight she took a train at Fontaine
blenu for Paris. She had to herself a
first class compartment. When the
train arrived in Paris the porters found
her compartment unoccupied. The door
had been half torn from Its hinges,
there was a great pool of blood on
the floor, and the police picked up from
floor a handful of woman's balr, a torn
piece of skirt and a first class railroad
ticket from Fontainebleau to Parls4
GAY OLD FASHIONS.
BLOHM-TIMM. and Charles HIM. Mr. and Mrs. Ker
THE MARRIAGE OF MISS ELEA- ker left on a morning train for Chica
ner Timm, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. where they will spend the honey
Hans Tlrnra of lf.02 Studevant street, nioon. They will go to housekeeping
Davenport, and Walter lllohm of Min- on thPjr return ln Davenport. The
r.eapolts. Minn was a pretty cnurcn room is a well known young business and found from rPportB from Coat. so thnt wl.II.
ceremony of Wednesday eenlng at n Gf i)aVtniort. beine vire president ' .,,,. .,
PaDtist narsonaae in Moline. Rev. J. '. .... . ... A search along the raiiroaa tracks re
Arthur Hurlev officlatine. Attendants! "l"' ,,a" "',S. B,ay" DCen.niS " suited in the finding of Mme. Guian's
u..,.k.c ., "r"e sPrt- an(i not twirling tor hr1v beside the rails lust outside Fon
bride, and Chester Hall.' The place of j th.e. Emry Wnn he put in most j talnei,ieau. It was greatly mangled. A
,.., r, i, r.aivn tho ,l nls s!)are "n,p P'mg semi-profes- little farther on was found the sutchel
bridegroom is in the clothing busl-! sional baU in different parts of the j sUe bad carried. There were no rings
r.R j crack. r state until he came to Vir-1 on her fingers and no money in her
Mme. Guian's relatives took the
ground that she bad been seized with
a hemorrhage, to which she was sub
ject, had tried to open the door of her
compartment to summon aid or to get
air; that she had In her paroxysm
wrenched the door open and had fallen
off the train, killing herself. The po
lice were not satisfied with this ex
planation, particularly after Professor
Iteiss. the famous Lausanne university
criminologist, bad pointed out that the
cut on the woman's satchel hud beeu
made by n knife and not by a sharp
stone, as bad beeu thought. This, how
ever, was very little evidence, and Pro-
MEET IN LONG VIEW.
THE MEMBERS OF THE LADIES'
Sewing society of the German Evan
gelical church met yesterday after
noon in Long View park. The after
noon was spent with their work. Later
a social hour was enjoyed. Luncheon
was 6erved. The next meeting will
be held in two weeks at the home of
Mrs. Bertelson, on Seventeenth street.
THE MEMBERS OF THE LADIES'
Aid society of Spencer Memorial
church met yesterday afternoon in the
church parlors for their regular meet-
Dandies of Past Centuries Would Make
Solomon Look Sad.
Compared with the gay appare! wort
by the dandies cf the past ages the
youths of our time ln the gnyest of
gny raiment make but a poor show.
The bishop of Ely In the fourteenth
century had a change of raiment for
every day in the year. The Earl of
Northnnitierliind boasted no less than
sixty cloth of gold suits at this rime.
Choice beef pot roasts at
Choice beef chuck roasts
Choice beef boiling meat
Choice sirloin steaks,
Choice porterhouse steaks
Our own bacon, half or vfcole strips,
Legs of lamb
Pork shoulder roasts
We guarantee every article in our sale.
1628 Second Ave., Rock Island
water, tut floe not know5 that we can
discover blood ?ven when it is only to
the amount of one one-thousandth millimeters.
'He then wt-enches the compartment
door open and throws out the body.
He 1b prensed for time, rips open the
satchel with his knife. Then, taking
advantage of the slowing down of the
train between FontaincWeau and Paris.
he Jumps from it aud makes his es
As a result of Professor Relss' nnaly.
tels it was found that two soldiers. Gra
vy and Michel, had followed Muie.
Gulan to the train on the night of her
murder. They had hidden in her com
partment and when the train had
started they murdered her, as Profess
or Relss had indicated. The rest of
the reconstruction was proved at the
trial of these two men. They both con
fessed, were convicted und sentenced
to life imprisonment.
save ner also. Bo many leaped Into
the boat from the sinking ship that all
were drowned except one butcher,
who cluug to the mast. The passengers
on this ship were HO picked aud no
ble knights, guarding the person of
their future king. Collier's Weekly.
PATHWAY FOR SON
Some investigator of curious subjects
has discovered that the Inventor of
traveling: Incognito was Peter the Great
of Russia. The nest ufter the famous
Russian sovereign to adopt the prac
tice was Jobeph II. of Austria, who in
177T made a little stay In Paris under
the title of Count von Falkenstein.
During the revolutionary period Louis
XVIII. buried his temporarily useless
royal dignity under the privacy of
Comte de Lille, while Charles X. pass
ed as the Comte de Maries. The er
Kuipress Eugenie lu her splendor fre
quently took little trips as the Comtesse
7 30 In Trinity German Lutheran' f n Kerkt.r j.aper Uox company.
using the double ring ceremony. The mifkleY MEINERT .... . " -
r. ,,rrh l,an i, doorted for the or, . ...1i"Lf.T"E "."I' t,on was postponed until the next
- - a , . 11. -II. IV , I l. IIP M.K lkt .1
........ .. . -- , meeting.
In the time of Chaucer the men wore
clothes as many colored as Joseph's i . , i, . .v.
, ij it. i lessor neiss lurueu ins niieiiiiuu 10 me
leg would be .... . . ..
; iruiiii! 1 1 uitrui wuifii lilt?, uumu unu
occupied. After he had finished his in-
the other would te I
caslnn with ribbons ln the wedding!
colors of green and white and was
to the treasury. Plans were discussed j tricked out in green, blue or yellow vesticilon"1)e went t0 M. ePne, pre-
.....n uu, .-b...u .Ul ua.uu, foct of Paris, and said to him:
cou trust. ...... I "I am sure that Mme. Guinn was
r.ven as iaie as me miiaie or tne
nesduy took place In Clinton in which '
tri-(ity friend have an interest, as the
i groom, who is Arthur Miekley, son
PICNIC GREATLY ENJOYED.
THE PICNIC OF THE EMPLOYES
filed with a large company of rela-
. . . .....1 I.-'..,.. A f (Via r trt- m I ill V
Later a Elding supper was served to ' Mr- Mr T- K- ley of Dav- j of S. McCabe & Co., at the Watch
the itnm.Mliute families of the young i ennort. Is a well known young business Tower last evening was greatly enjoy
,., ,h hon... of the bride on I mn of ,n cHr Mr- Miekley took as ed. The weather was cool and com-
Studevant street, Davenport, fome EO , his bride Mies Ella Meinert, daughter j fortable and made the dancing a de-
KiirKts being entertained Mr. anai"' " mhu. n ui v .unuu. iUc
Mrs Blohm leave today for Mtnneap-'; ceremony was at the home of the
Mis. where they will go at once to ! brMe at 4 o'clock and was witnessed
housekeeping Mr Plohm is the son j by some thirty or more relatives and
of Mr and Mrs Christian Blohm of j intimate friends of the young people.
Ienox, Mich., formerly or uavenpon. , i ne pastor or tne uerman iutneran
light. A delicious supper was served
by the store caterer.
THE MEMBERS OF COCRT OF
Honor, No. 81, have discontinued their
rrmrrijiruri nml T n m Annnllv anrA tlint
eighteeuth century, a dandy would j her niurdorer w.ns B Boldler. ,nthe train
dress himself ln a vir i,l green coat, a compartmHIlt there were n ,owe, ail(,
waistcat of scarlet, yellow breeches a 8tntionarv washl,tand. Tllpre were
and bine stoeklnpt. ; n( sta,ns u M (he fowe, visi,)le fQ t,)e
And the gentleman of a few years ! nnkMl eve Nevertheless we subjected
later wore, among other vagaries, a every squnre ,nrh to one of tne raost
coat of light green, with sleeves too ! delicntP tpsts for ,lloo(1 We at last
small for the arms and buttons too big I d,H0OV,.rei, urea whu.h Kave ,I8 the
for the sl.-eves: a p.-.ir of tine Mnn- iv, ren(.tion for human blood.
cnesrer ureerues; cio.kcii eiik KIiK'K-
Ins; a cluli of hair behind larger than
the bead which curried it; a bat not
larger than a sixpence.
church officiated. Mr and Mrs. Mlek- regular Thursday afternoon card par- 11 w"8 '"S In the early
i-v m- rHv-nrt u.. ... ! nntii UtP in th- fail iart of tht-' eighteenth century for a
tuv MiRRi.rr av miss RFSSIE i alr'- and have gLue to housekeeping
J",Rt?llFVJi PrU'y "ruiahed Cat in north-
Edna Hall, elder daughter of Mr. and
Mrs George E Hall, of 514 East Ninth
etreet. Pavonport, to George A. Ker
ker of Perry street. Davenport, took
place as on eaxly morning ceremony u'
C . 3' yesterday at th parochial reel
I east Davenport.
THE MARRIAGE OF MISS FRAN
Fleming of Cedar Rapids, former-
SERVED IN A COLD PIE.
To the Ladies
i v r. t riuvon ruirf in. ditr GiiAhrlr
denre of the Sacred Heart cthedral m' T
i ' . uiJi i, uu ui .ii. aiiu Airs, w . .
In that city. Very Rev. Father Flanna
rnnt V. G.. offlclated The attending
!Miens were MUs Katberine Glam
"Ppon this towel the murderer of
Mme. Guian wiped his bloody hand.
He knew that this would be evidence
that the old woman did not meet her
death by accident as be wished it be
lieved, and so be washed the towel
thoroughly, as be thought, and bung
It up to dry.
"The detection then of this micro
scopic quantity of blood, which can be
removed from a fabric only by arid,
revealed to us that Mme. Guian met
death by the hands of a murderer.
But I found another piece of evi
4 ? h, &?ir H
V iw Ti Suttta,
In more or less official declaration
organization leaders of the Salvation
Army indicate Braniwell Hooth as the
successor of his father. General Hoo'h
has been training hU son to take the
place, although he refuses to make a
public statement on the matter. The
recent operation on General I'.ooth's
eyes has not proved succesbftii and his
health Is now very low.
Suehrk of 116 Gaines street, was a
pretty home ceremony of Wednesday
afternoon at 1:3') in Cedar Rapids.
Rev. L. Smith of the Christian church ! Queen Henrietta ln a cold pie. He aft
to the bridal couple. A wedding sup-
Sir Jeffrey Hudsen's Introduction to
Queen Henrietta. ! 1)ear Madam:
Perhaps the most remarkable dwarf j Ev"ry we" Crested woman knowa
on record was Sir Jeffrey Hudson. the '!'at u'e sut8B ber fall suit de-titti-
fallow hnm Rr-ntr fntrfwlM, a ln ' penda on the correctness of styles.
"Pevertl cf the Peak" ne was born ; Perlecl nT- becoming color shades and flence. mere was, ir you remember,
ln Rutlandshire, England, in 1G19 j ,he frS qualities of fabrics. j a railroad ticket picked up on the
CThn iht v.sm of l,e vn ! Our reputation for all of these is ! floor. On Its back was the Imprint of
sented by the Duke of Buckingham to ; to we" tablished to be further j a thumb. I compared It with that of
kind inspection of
i per was served after the ceremony,
with covers for 12 st the table, which
mrw ncmroy m rcmevci r recucs w as dor.e in the green and white wed-
or losta motntng
invite; Mme. Guian: it was not hers
. . i .F.firit im. tn th. Km.rt .,( "" ' ' " "1 OUT lUltBl ' US HUilge Ul HllinuUUBIJ IU
mere were no aiienaama " " fochiri,B nn.l fnhrir. In r that t th ik. rJL.
Charles I. At one or the court masks ' - - -- j ' -
th kinir's tarter a man of e'eantic ' rray have-an apportunity to convince culinr Indentation of the little ridges
Realty Changes I
to Julius Weltlin, , H
sixe, who used to torment the little
dwarf, pulled from one pocket a loaf of j
ding colors. Mr and Mrs. Suehrk will "'""7' 7 7" I result in mutual satisfaction.
leave on a wedding trip and will be' l" "" '""i
Here's a chance Miss Frerkle-Face.
to try a new remedy for freckles with
the guarantee of a reliable dealer that j
it will not cost you a penny unless It 1
remove the freckles, while if It does
at home after Sept. i at the Relmers
apartments ln Davenport.
MRS. JAY V. BARNARD OF MO-
company present. Jeffrey was at this
time only eighteen inches in height.
He remained at this stature until he
j statement. ful analysis of these marked ridges
We are sure that a trial order would ' showed me that this was the thumb
of a roan who was actually serving as
a soldier. The frequent drills with
guns result in the pressure upon the
r!dgs of the Inner side of the thumh.
This causes a pi-cullar flattening, widen
was thirty years or age, arter which a i f 'y c 1
rurion exception to tii laws of jrrowth 1 10 1" UCCOllU AVCnUC
iv. you a clear complexion, the ex-j line entertained merahera of the Zeta j , feet nJne lnches ln 'height. ' ,
T" ,n",t' . . ...y eaueaay aner-; wbereaa mo6t men do not grow a quar-
bimp.y get an ounce of othlne dou- noon at a pretty Informal party. So-' ter of , lnch rter tn. ape of ttjlnv
cle strtr.gth. from any first class di-icial hours were enjoyed on the lawn Xhis dwarf Da,i an enormous head and
Hist In the city of Kock Island and one and delicious refreshments were ' very large hands and feet: otherwise
r.ig!.fs treatm.t.t will show you how (served. Plans were completed for a : hIl proportions were svu.metncal aud
it ! to rid yourself of the homely hotree party to be held at the Thomas ; bis face was considered handsome-
TrecK.ee ana gM a iKauuiui complex-, nome :n Hampton Saturday and Sun
Inn. Rarely is more than one ounce ; day. memhers to go up Saturday after
ce. ded fi r the worst case. noon and return Sunday evening.
l'-e sure to nk any first class drug- j
fist In 'he city of Rok Island for the FOLEY-NAVEN BANS,
double s'.rer-gth othlne. as this is the! WORD COMES FROM DENVER.
ociy prescription sold under guaran-1 Col., telling of the publishing there ! bowling alley. The Nizht Clerk
tee of money tack if it fails to remove i last Sunday of the bans announcing the I Well, can't you hear 'em drop?-Ex-freckles.
j approaching marriage of Mis Gertrude ; change.
The Guest When I arked yon if you
had given me a quiet room you said
that after 9 o'clock I could hear a pin
drop, and now I find It's right over a
Silver fillings 500
Cement fillings 25c
Gold flllin5s $1 Bp
Gold crown 54 np
Plates $5 up
Mitchell S Lyoic Buildin,
over Suite back.
I Tt'i St. and 2d Ave.
part lots 23 and 23 Guyer's u Hit ion,
Ellen Call to Frederick Schmidt,
part lots ft and 10, block ?,, Spencer'b ,
Mary Larson to Mary .T. Kaewey,
lot 9, block 2, Oak grove, $1.
Rudgren and Johneon to Mary J.
Casey, lot 3, block .1, Rudgren and
Johnson's addition, ?1.
Rudgren and JohriKon to J. L. Wil
liams, lot 2, block 2, Rudgren and
Johnson's addition, Jl
Mary Iarson to Delia R. Williams,
lot 8, block 1, Oak grove addition. $1.
William A. Flynn to Emma A. John
son, lot S, Jacob Kreis' addition,
Walter McMahon to Wiiliain A. Gid-
( "olleye Heights
Is vlfilile under a microscope when en- ; dings, lot 5, bio-
larged and is true of no other occupa- ( addition, and tra t
tion except that of a soldier. street, $1.
"As I reconstruct this crime this sol
dier managed to get into Mme. Guian's
compartment after the train had left
Fontainebleau. He knew that she uku-
Fancy eating or cooking
apples, per peck 29o
Fancy sweot potatoes,
per pound gg
Fancy large watermelon,
""'n ; 20c
Large ripe Osage muskmolons,
three for 25c
Fancy eating peaches.
jf per basket 15c
two baskets for 15c
Best evergreen sweet corn,
per dozen 10c
Large homegrown potatoes,
per peck 20c
Rest creamery butter,
per pound 29c
Fancy white celery,
four stalks 10c
Home grown ripe tomatoes,
per burhel 50c
Mason quart jars,
per dozen 49c
Best Jar rubbers,
.two dozen J 5g
Pi-Kt cane granulated Kiigar
17 pounds for $1.00
1( giilar '?0c coffee.
pr pound 25c
Seven cans i'et milk .... 25c
Sven boxes noiseless
Three pounds c.oi.fectioner'a
Two packages Shredded Wheat
or Grape-Nuts for 25c
Two tall cans salmon ... 25c
Three cans kidney, baked, green
or wax beans for 25c
Two cans best sweet corn 15c
Two pounds soda crackers or
ginger snaps 15C
Fancy mixed cakes,
Two packages fresh toasted
cornflakes for IBe
E!ght bars Icnox 6oap .. 25c
Jersey Cream flour in towel
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The White Ship.
The age of chivalry is supposed to
be that age when yoiln;; men drexsed
ally carried a number of Jewels aud tbernelve up in armor and pounded
a large sum of money. He tried to ! one another with Ir.nces ntid sword,
rob the old woman, and. meeting with ! It is perhaps well to recall the story
unexpected resistance, fought with her ' of the White Ship, which In the year
in the compartment, killing her by 1120 carried to England the grands'. ri
beating her bead against the register . of the Nonnaii conqueror. This ship
and then stripped the body of its jew- j was captained by the son of the man
els. He thoughtlessly wiped his band j who had steered acros the conqueror
upon the towel. He knew that this
would be evideuce of the presence of
some one else in the compartment, so
1 be washes the towel wih soaj) and
himself. The ship sank. There was
only one lifeboat The young prince
was put in that, to be rowed mvay. 1
His jUttr screamed, lie put buck to
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