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THE ROCK ISLXD ARGUS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. 1912.
Daily United States Weather Map
U. S. Department of Agriculture.
WILLIS U MOORE. Chirf.
S3? Nfes fercL-1 -Ozr'f V-
J EXPLANATORY NOTES. Ci.,S,r . I S I
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rtrtian liirii'. Air r,,r".':r rcjucfd to levol.
Is ahj 'i-.ititm'ious ptif-i' puva through points
f ai prnsi'jr. lAfrTn kkmk i(iolud Hnni
".r.iuu'ti iontii of jual i-nipTiiiare; tfriiira
ji.it tor jriT. kit.nic. !, til Ix.'3.
O i-r: Q prtlr rl.iutjy. cloudy:
O T'n: () rninw; (0) riiort mlnslng.
Anim frwim the ln1. Klrt flpnri-r lowest
l-iiip-Htir- i.-t 12 hourv s-r'.iid. prlpiUtiUtn
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KOUKCAST K)K 1!()CK ISLANO. DAVEM-OKT. MOI INK. AM) VIC1MTV.
Generally fair and continued warm weather tonight and Wednesday.
WEATHER CONDITIONS. I
n aifii of In- j ri B.iiirf that -xtf-nriu i
OBSERVATIONS. Yellowstone Park
High. Lkjw. Frcp.
Atlantic City 70
(Rock Island 84
I Kansas City SS
from Arizona i.nrthi as' ward to North!
Tiakota arid a n:oil rati low that is off
the fiouth Atlantic coast have ben at-
t'iifl"d duriiiR the pant 2t hours by i
FhrjwerB mi tlie i'acirlr and middle At
lantic feasts and at Rrattin-d stations !
.1.,. ri... i... ,...nt.:n
til lilt- u l ' lit I 11 1 vii n ill 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 n 1 ii muiH I i
tin- f i-ntral valleys the lakf n-Eioi! anj New Orleans 90
the wect n 'If sections. The western 1 New York CC
dinfurhanre has al.-o aMs-d a decided Norfolk S6
iti'Tiap in teiniieraturp in the u;ip'r Phoenix 94
i'fhoiiri valley. Thf pressure is h.ph-!St. Ixi'lis t'2
orr the uj.pt'r lakes and 'lie coast 'Ft. Paul 78
(f N w Kns'iimd. Bf-rause of this dis- Han Di-po 70
trilMitiin of air pressure, generally ; San Francisco 70
fair find continued warm weather ie Seattle CO
indicated for this vicinity tonight and , V-'ashlngton SO
Wcdn-nday. Winnipeg 72
Flood. Height. Chug.
St. Paul 14 2.0
Red Wing 14 3.6
Reed's Landing 12 3.8
La Crosse 12 4.5
.40 j Lansing IS 4.1
.00 :Prair!e du Chien ...IS 4.C
.10 'Dubuque 18 5.0
.00 Le Claire 10 2.3
New York, Aug. 31. There is world
wide activity in trade. Great Britain,
Germany and France have all been en
joying unparalleled activity and pros
perity. This extended to both home
and foreign trade. In Germany there
have on several occasions been signs
of over-strain, but timely precautions
prevented trouble and indications are
for a continuance of activity for some
time to come. In Great Britain com
mercial activity has continued on a
record-breaking seals in spite of
threatening social and political
I changes. No serious check has thus
far developed, and Great Britain is
looking forward to another season of
profitable activity in its widely scat
tered enterprises. France is begin
ning to recover from the setback induc
ed by political radicalism. Increased
commercial activity is not confined to
Europe. It extends into Asia and In
dia. In fact, the present boom for it
is nothing less is world-wide, being
one of those great forward movements
which come at regular periods, and
which are always stimulated by prog
ress of Invention and the development
of means of communication.
For the past year or two the United
States has hardly kept pace with the
march of world events. For this our
politicians and would-be. statesmen
must be held largely responsible. The j
reckless and indiscriminating attacks
upon all forms of consolidated capital, j
promoted more by the spirit of envy
and malice or a desire for political no
toriety than by a genuine wish to re
form obvious abuses, have been main
ly responsible for this arrest of com-
.00 more ial progress In the United States.
Happily there are signs of the abate
ment of this misguided and unfortun
ate movenitnt, although the end should
0.2 1 not be too confidently expected until
xO.S j the character and policy of the next
xl.O j congress is more fully determined. Of
xl.l j one thinpr, however, the country is ter
x0.5 ! i'Dly weary, and that is the making of
0.0 great business interests the football
0.2 ' of politics. This is quite as injurious
Reck Island 15
0.4 i to the average voter and the average
0.G i laborer as to the owner of capital, as
v. ill soon bo more apparent if attacks
i for political purposes are not made
A risinsr tendency in the Mississippi j with better discretion. We have had
will prevail below Dubuque; only slight j enough of neurotic politicians, and it
cnanees Will occur from Clinton to ' -'- uiai " asiungiun ueeaine iue
t A.V. - " v X T.ftl
Complete Assortments of Suits
and Coats for Tall at
The "Bee Hive
The fact that here is presented the largest assemblage
of new stylos to be seen in the city at this ad va need per
iod of the season speaks eloquently of the leadership of
Suits at $9.98 to $35
Satisfaction is certain if you make your selection from our im
mense showing $9.98, $35, or anywhere between, we can please
you to the highest degree. We are confident because it isn't by
chance that they are the very best suits offered for the price the
fine materials, the excellent workmanship, and the smart designs
are the result of a resolve to make them the best values the mark
Coats at $q.q8 to $35-
Everything that will be stylish and proper for Fall and Winter will
be found here In most pleasing variety. Coats which we will be
proud to sell you and which you will be proud to wear; products
of America's foremost makers. Short coata. three-o.uaxter length
coats, long coata, the widest variety of smart models to be found
A style to suit every taste, and prices reasonable that a satis
factory selection Is assured.
Skirts at $2.98 to $io-
When you see our eklrt etock you will see the
largest selection now shown in the city. It's a
fact, and while we do not lay any special stress
on the numerical importance of that fact, it is
reasonable to assume that in point of value, 6tyle
and novelty you get the best where you see the
most. Hundreds of extraordinary bargains in
skirts left from spring and summer stocks.
Good styles at a big saving.
The Clearance Sale
of spring and summer wearables affords the big
gest bargains in strictly dependable garments we
have ever offered. It's our earnest desire to dis
pose of every garment and we are content to do
this tremendous sacrificing in order to bring
about this result. Prices are reduced without re
gard to cost or value and women who avail
themselves of this opportunity will be greatly
Petticoats at $1.9$
The EE HIVE-
Coats at $2.50
Cor. 2nd and Brady Sts.
J. M. SHERIER. Local Forecaster.
Today's Market Quotations
(Py wire from Zu. V. WiRntr & Co,
Grain. l'rovlnliri. Bturka and Cotton,
lirul I'M',. us at Koi k lalutid nouae. Km k
Island. 111. rliicauo ornee. KS-kS-lOu.
Hoard of Trade. Local telvphunes. No
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS.
September, 92, 92-i, 91. 91.
December, 92. 92. 91 S, 92.
May. 96Vi. 96. 93'i. 9'J. .
September. 71'', 7il'z, 71. 72si.
I mber 54. 547, 54as, 54.
May, 536, 53. 53', 53-.
September, 313. Zl, 318. 31 K.
IWtcember, 32 1 a.
May. 31V 31V 34',.
September. 17.00. 17.75, 17. CO, 17.72.
October. 17 7'.. 17i, 17.75. 172.
January. 19.35. 19.40, 13.30. 19.32.
September. 11. 05, 11.17. ll.f'5. 11.17.
October. 11.22, 11.25. ,1.22, 11.25.
September. 11.02, 11.07, 11.02. 11.02.
October. 11.12, 11.12. 11.10. 11.10.
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Chicago Cash Grain.
Wheat- Nu. 2 r 1'2 v'l 14'-;. No. 3 r
95 3103. No. 2 h 93 ft 93. No. 3 h 92
94, No. 1 ns 93Ti97, No. 2 lis 92ft95,
No. 3 ns S93 93. No. 2 s 93 ft 95, No. 3
a 9''f93. No. 4 ts S':t,i92.
3.40i?j4.0o; lambs. 4r.nfi7.15; westerns,
3.50 4. CO; western lambs, 4.501i7.2u.
Close of Market.
Hogs Lie-ht, 5c up; others generally
steady. Hulk, 7 sr.ii S.i;n; light, 8.20
ff9.'i5; mixed. 7.K0fj S.!5- heavy. 7.CU
l'&8.C5; rough, 7.005 7. M
! Cattle, weak. Top, 10.50.
Sheep, steady. Top, 4.C3.
j steady. Top, 7.20.
Nv 2 7ft7sV No. 2 w 79ft
78. 78 4.
80, No. 2 y 78' 41i79. No. 3
No. 3 w 7V$?9'4. No. 3
78 No. 4 77tl77!. No. 4
78. No. 4 y 77JJ7S.
Oa's No. 2 31V No. 2
23'4, No. 3 w 31'4ft32V No. 4 w 31iJ
Sl, Malidard 32fJ3S'.
Wheat opened 3-8 to 1-2 lower; clos
ed 3-4 to 7-8 lower.
Corn opened 1-4 lower; closed 1-8
to 6-8 lower.
Wheat 244 127
Corn 332 90
Oats 470 100
To- Last Last
day Week. Year
Minneapolis 442 271 C07
Duluth 735 81 654
Winnipeg 36 2 180
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
Wheat todav 4 182.000 1.264.000
Year ago 1.91.000 . 417,000 ; "i3
Corn today 1.143.000 441.000 ! lt!on Pacific
Year aeo 1.175.U00 326.000 i 1 lee' preferred
i - .
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market.
Hops, 10.000; left over. 3.844; steady.
LiKht. 8 20 fr 9.00; mixed, 7.808.95;
heavy, ".f.Oijrs.GS; rough, 7C0ft7.80.
Cattle, 7.0fK); steady to 10c lower.
Sheep, 38.000; weak to 10c lower.
Nine O'clock Market.
Hogs slow to shade lower. Light,
S20ft9.O0; bulk, 7.95fj8.60; mixed,
7.8'S8.95; pigs. B.OOtjS.lO; heavy, 7.C0
'(18.65; good, 7.80ft 8.65.
CatUe weak to 10c lower. Beeves,
5.75(310 60; stockers. 4.25ft7.15; Tex-
ans, 4.756. ro; cows. 3.O0i8.O0; west- j
erne. 6 8539 15; calves, 8.00 11.00.
Bheep steady to 10c lower. Natives,
seat of sane and sensible legislation
ir stead of sensational politics.
At last the 1'iMted States appears
about ready to take its share of the
world's commercial activity. One great
j offset to political disturbance is the
; unusually bountiful harvest now prac
i tic ally assured. This is the best diver
: sion from polities that could have hap-
peui d. In all parts of the country
. merchants are preparing for active
lu'c-iuess this autumn. Factories are al
ready filled with orders to supply an-I'i-'-pHted
demands. The steel industry
shows greater activity than ever, and
is running ch'F.e to full capacity at
: I'rit'.il rriitJc xt-if ti fi lif t'lnn.t. nf
d rs still in sight. The demand comes
Lambs ' el'ieily from railroads and new build
ing enterpitses. Railroads are sure to
i In; heavy
' ahead. s:!"i;lv to s:itisfv imnemtivt
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep. (i(,rni,,.lirf fo:. ",ofier equipment and bet
..Ooo n.ovo lo, om t(T fi,cili,,s at tl.rmi n:l r,oInIS Tlli3
J'1' o,vij ..,, .11,;,,,, -,.. ,.,;n
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
compel the rail-
! roads to make large additional capital
Hogs. Cattle. Sh een,
27,000 14,000 3,500
a;iplic;ations during the next few
months. Ifow they will succeed, con-
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, Sept. 3. Following aro
the quotations on the market tiiiiMv
readily as expected. Our imports are
running extraordinarily heavy owing
to industrial activity here, high pric
es having a tendency to check exports
and encourage imports. Of course, we
shall soon have a supply of cotton
bills to aid the foreign situation, and
the failure of British crops will stim
ulate the export demand for American
prain. Our positon Is inr.de increas
ingly favorable by the outlook for an
other enormous cotton crop, for which
the estimates new exceed 15,000,000
bales. After Laln-r day we may look
for increased activity with the revi
val of business and the return of ab
sentees from vacation. The Septem
ber disbursements are estimated at
over $111,0011,000 or 523,000,000 in ex
cess of a year ago. Investors have
been somewhat shy of railroad shares
because of thn adverse conditions
a long period ) mentioned above and are showing a
growing preference for industrials,
which frequency offer much larger
margins of pmlit. Whether this pref
erence, which is not altogether whole
some, will be reflected in speculative
movements or not remains to be seen.
This outlock for the general market
ital now ileiimnils, remains to be seen.
The reports of big crops and their
increased mei ey values are already
f;. miliar. Conditions in consequence
are rip-p;:ig for a period of very ac
tive business in the United States.
There is no reason, except politics,
why 1913 should not prove a record
breaking year. As an additional indi
cation of improvement, clearing house
returns last week were 14 per cent
, jah.'.Ml tf a year bko, a surprisingly
111 I llM'.kO i.r -i .' !, 1 i.f! n ir tlitn. m - oil
Great Northern t poimno 01 speculative transactions.
Rook Island common
Southern Pacific ...
New York Central . .
Missouri Pacific ... ,
. . 1 70
. . 72 K
.. 25' J
sidi ring the high rates which new cap- j continues very satisfactory. Never
theless, it. is well not to be too opti
mistic until some of the present unde
sirable restraints upon activity are re
moved. HENRY CLEWS.
THE CHARM OF YOUR HOME DEPENDS UPON
FREEDOM OF ITS MEMBERS FROM WORRY.
A CONNECTION WITH THIS STRONG BANK, THAT CAN
RENDER SUCH VALUABLE ASSISTANCE AND SERVICE,
WILL DO MORE TO CHASE WORRY, THAT PERSIST
ENT USURPER OF HAFPINESS, FROM THE HOME
THAN ANYTHING WE KNOW OF. A tt W
ni.ni-,, j.l.Bi..,,-,.,.,,, I, ,.-., .-....,r .
TRANSACTS A GENERAL COMMERCIAL, SAVINGS.
EXCHANGE AND SAFETY DEPOSIT BUSINESS
Northern Pacific . . .
I-ouisvilile & Nashville .
Colorado Fuel & Iron . . .
CheFapeake & Ohio ...
Brooklyn Rapid Transit
Baltimore &. Ohio
The ITatnll Wr-ri Hiotr-ihntort fvof
. . 84-,
:ail sections of the country, though
most pronounced in the great north
west. Another very satisfactory proof
of improvement is the increase in cur
rent railroad earnings, both gross and
net. Railrnnd mriti.tpiim are nntonai-
nsi. i -
j" -lng a car famine owing to the
. 32 4
Lehigh Valley 16714
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Sept. 3. Following are the whole
sale quotations on the local market
Butter Dairy, 27c; creamery, 30c
Eggs. 22 c.
Potatoes. $1.40 to $1.60.
Clover hay, $15 to $16.
Cabbage, 5c head.
Onions, 30c peck.
Feed and Fuel.
Forage Timothy hay, $15 to $16.
Wild hay, $14 to $15.
Corn, 60c to 65c
Coal Lump, per bushel, 15c; slack.
By virtue of a decree of the circuit 1 r"'ert 1n
court I shall on the 10th day of SeD-!e'ar' 6itii
teraber, 1912, at the hour of 2 c"clock an( fa" trade requirements start with
a car ramine owing to the big
crops. Such evidences of a revival
are certain to restore confidence and
to sti'l further stimulate activity.
Thus far these conditions havo been
only slightly reflected in the s''Hk
market. Prices have shown 1 steadi
ly hardening tendency, and have es
tablished a very fair advance sine
early summer. The spirit of activity
however, is still dormant, nnd this ab
sence of response is not difficult to
explain. This is the usual period of
summer quiet, partly owing to vaca
tion absentees. There- is still a large
degree of dissatisfaction with the rail
road situation. It is taken for granted
tnat some concessions will be made
to the demands of the engineers,
which will, of course, be followed by
demands from other railroad em
ployes. Should the interstate com
merce commission refuse to allow the
railroads to compensate themselves
by Increased rates, the position of
the railroads will become still more
disconeertine, especially In view of
the undoubted necessity for raising
large amounts of new capital.
This week the tendency toward ac
tivity was augmented by the holidays
far.d by the inclination to await results
of the elections in Vermont and
Maine. Perhaps the lr.ost adverse ele-
the stock market is the mon-
lon. The crop movement
The Russians looked for Chinamen.
Tbey found one. lie liked to wade
Into the shallow water, apparently
looking for crabs. He had a white
bucket and a black one. If a shot fell
short or went beyond the mark the
white bucket moved la sympathy. If
It went to the right or left the black
bucket was affected only. If a hit
was made the buckets came together.
Possibly it was by using the simple
Chinese that the Japanese succeeded
in mining the entrance to Port Arthur
harbor. On April 13. 1904, Admiral
Makaroff came out at the head of his
fleet, bis pennant flying from the Petro
palovsk. The flagship struck a cable
that connected three floating mines.
One mine swung to port, two to star
board. Iu a few minutes Makaroff and
his ship went down. The fleet turned
and fled Into port. Scientific American.
beet, and yet the walnut Is often nsed
as a supplement te a eqnare meall"
Mr. Nubrlde Why do yon do all yonr
shopping at this store? Mrs. Nubrlde
It's the grandest place I ever found.
They sell all their goods by the foot
instead of by the yard, and the price
is only a third as much. Philadelphia
There is no finer chejnistry than
that by which the elemeut of Buffering
is so compounded with spiritual forces
that It issues to the world in gentle
ness and strength. George S. Merriam.
Ingenious Tactics That Marked the
Siege of Port Arthur.
Much of the slaughter that marked
the siege of Port Arthur centered about
the capture of what was known as 2o3
Meter hill. The Japanese wanted that
eminence, not to plant guns on tt. but
to observe the position of the Russian
warships anchored in Port Arthur har
bor. Before the capture of the hill the He held
Japanese tired into the town and the
harbor with an alarming and puz.ling
accuracy, although the gunners never
saw their target.
After a time the Russians learned
that a Chinese fisherman was particu
larly fond of a certain spot in the har
bor. They watched tilm. If a shot fell
beyond a particular ship he moved his
boat in a corresponding direction. If
a shot fell to the left the tdmple Chi
nese found the fishing better iu that
direction. Apparently he had no mis
slon in the world except to find the
best Bailing ground. Finally it dawned
upon the Russians that his movements
could be observed by Japanese field
glasses. Fishing in the harbor win
prohibited, and the Japanese fire went
After a time the shots began bitting
their marks with the former accural v
Tho Kind of Clothss Washington, Han
cock and Adams Wore.
John Hancock, thin in person, six
feet in stature, was very fond of orna
mental dress. He wore a wig when
abroad and a enp when at home. A
man who visited Hancock one day at
noon in June, 1"S, describes him as
dressed in a red velvet cap lined with
fine white linen, which was turned up
two or three inches over the lower
edjje of the velvet; a blue damask
gown lined with silk, a white silk
stock, a white satin embroidered
waistcoat, black satin small clothes.
Fewlox Are you ready to drees
my hair. Celeste? Celeste Oul. mees.
Miss Fewlox Then turn my fiance's
photograph to the wall and begin.--Chicago
HELP WANTED IN ROCK ISLAND
And Furnished by the Help of Rook
Those who suffer with kidney back
ache, urinary ills or any little kidney
lor bladder disorder, want kidney help.
I Who can better advise than some
I Rock Island resident, who has also suf
1 fereil. but has had relief. Rock Island
1 per pie recommend Doan's Kidney
i Tills. Here's one case and there are
Mrs. K. Petersen, 1114 Second ave
ru, Rock Island, 111., says: "The pub-
white silk stockings and red morocco l'(' testimonial I gave in 1909 regard
slii.pers. i i"K Doan's Kidney Pills Is correct in
..... ... . '
wasmngton at nis receptions 111
Philadelphia was dressed iu black vel
vet. Ilia hair was powdered and gath
ered behind iu a large silk bug. His
hands were incased in yellow gloves.
a cocked hat with a cockade
t.very way and I confirm it now. I
had dizzy spells and nervous head
aches and after sitting down I could
hardly get up. At night I was rest
less and in the morning I was tired
Rnd worn out. When I saw Doan's
on it and its edges adorned with a Kidney Pills advertised, I got a sup
black feather. He wore knee and shoe j ply at tho Harper House pharmacy
buckles, and at his left hip appeared a and gave, them a trial. They were
loug sword in n polished w hite leather I just what I needed and made me feel
scat.biiid wiih n polished steel hilt. j better in every way."
John Adams on the day of his iuati- r,r sale by all dealers. Price 50
guration was ilre-ed in a full suit of j cents. Fostnr-Milburn company, Buf
pearl colored bro.-iih loth, and his hair ! f;, pW yrk, sole agents for tho
was powdered. Chief Justice Dana of i nited States.
Massachusetts used to wear iu winter 1 R member the name - Doan's and
a wnite corduroy surtmit lined with t-0 other
fur and held l;ii hands in a l.ire muff. .
The justices of l he supreme court of
Massachusetts wore until the yer:r ITiKi
robes of scarlet fared with black vel ,
vet In winter and black sill; gowns in
summer. At the beginning of the la -t
century powder for the hair becnt.ie
nfashinn::ble. tying up the hair was ;
abandoned, colored garments went out
of use, buckles disappeared. Hud knee :
breeches gave place to trousers. New 1
York Press. 1
in the afternoon, at the east door of lw bar.k reserves in N. w York,
the court house fell at public auction ' Fifit.:2Te rr quirei-en's fr,r trade
For the quick cure of eczema, acne.
and all sk.n Uis'-aiies. nothing equals t
rosiaui. t.ven its over-nigm use is :
sufficient lo deinuiidtrate how.
licnmg stops wun first application. !
Irritation is fcu0due.ii.
Burning skin teooineri and comforted.
Inflamed skin .juiikiy clcareo. '
Its h'-aling process is rapid, im- '
proveniriit beintr riotei dav nv day uu-1
til the BUin rebuin-s noruiai color audi what chcr.
cinaiuuu ran :i:uin. nari.ers iten. : r.,...i
..rA ll ..t J...U .v. . MSKttl
1 a..u ai 11.1 uir 11. 111.11. idxnto, i.iu. UK'd.
T a. etc . are qui' kiv eracicaterl
' POSLAM SOAP kveps Iho sUn be-,
anu , fura ;irxin!4l triTerTinn Hurt Hiuc. -im- '.
H of the real estate belonging to the' Tops are sure to be unrsually heavy. ' proves its color a:.d fixture, sooth -s 1
estate of Peter Hay. deceased, consist-; They are alre .dv making themsf lva i I"'?1" k!n. niakes eon. uiexioi.s c lean ing
of lots 1. 2. 3. II. 12. 13. 14. 15, 16. ! felt. Go!d was shippej to Canada this i fe T1,i ii,ia".'f'00 UT (in- j
Interested. j O
This is a real conversation. It might j
have taken place almost anywhere in i X
the cil y. so why should we tell renl?
"Do you know, dear." says Mr-. En w
nywun. "1 think we are paying alto O
gether too much for our church pew.
considering its location."
"Do you think so?'' replies Mr. Enny
wun. "Wei!, we must attend to that
at once. Er where Is it located'; i
want to make a note of it." , S?
"No tW C." : p
"Yes how stupid of me. And-r,h- 'x
Cleveland Plain C
er. , r,
17, 19. 20. 21. 22. 23, 24. 27,
6v in reter itay'B addition to Rock sub tre--
Ifland. Also lot "B. block 3. in Stick
rey's addition to Rock Island.
EDWARD W. SCHOEDE, Trustee.
S, 29, and week, and our bar.ka Inst heavily from
ury r-erat'.ons. The Bank
A J. Rleag. N. W. Steiner, H. O.
Roifs and al! drereisis sell Po0arn
I 1 ri. a r .-. c - ? o , r.r- A r. r l..m t; , .
cf England advened its rate of d!a-J I price 25 rpnts, For fr' ?rm.i-s
THE CONSIDERATE MAN
knoAs that she Is fond of
ice iieam and t.uturally wishes
to oflc.r her the best. That is
wl y hfj c-fp-rs Math's ice cream
which cannot l.c excelled for
purity, flavor and all around
goodii": s. As it cots no more
th;-;i i:;lernr cream, why not. or
df.r it yourheif? Quality guaranteed.
count to 4 por cent; a warning that11"1'" to tne K-nerrencv ! &fi- i ait tk-b. '
we may not get help from Europe as Oti''"1 Twent Dflh ,r5-l Ntw Yor-'
X7KH718 Seen i l Avenue.
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Richness of Walnuts.
"The percent.-ige of food in walnut."'
say the Lon'lou Liinret. a bii.li med
lrsl o;iih,.-ty. "is very l.lh They ut
very rh h in fat. coiita;n:ii line li '
as !3 per cent, whlie tlu protfiti i
oniount to i.earlv 1. per rent. It has
lecn ca tenia ted tint thirty l.ire wal
nut I f rue:: contain as niiicli rat
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