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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1913.
Daily United States Weather Map
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U, S. Department of Agriculture.
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IXP LAVATORY NOTTS.
rhrT1ort taken at a. m.. serenr fifth rn
rtdlan urre. Air pressure rtourrt tn level.
.4.(f. ic;ntinuf.u line' pan ibroneti poicta
)' aqual ad preure ImrniiiKi (dotted lines'
pasatnmuin pr!ntof exnal temperature: drawn
ciil? tor sera. Ireexlae. Kr and luT.
O cter: O Prtly clondr O clontfy;
3 rain: mow: (g report missing.
Arrows 11 T wild the wind. Hurt tgrata. lowest
temperature part 12 hours: affront), precipitation
of .01 inch or more for put 24 tours; third, maxi
mum iod tcIocut.
f(, 25 S,
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COL. TODHUNTER, MISSOURI
Continued from Ta&e Ten.)
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FORECAST. FOR ROCK ISLAND. OAPENPORT. MCLINE, AND VICINITY.
Generally fair tonight and S undey. Cooler tonight with ma derate winds.
Yesterday's westfrn area of low
prosxure overllps the territory from
the southern plateau states and Tex
as northeastward to the lake region,
with the greatest barometric depres
sions over Wisconsin and Oklahoma.
This disturbance has been attended ! Buffalo
be attended by generally fair weather Washington, D. C.
in this vicinity tonight and Sunday,
with cooler tonight.
High. Low. Prep.
the observation field, except the coun- j Denver 7
try from California eastward to the i .Jacksonville ...
southeastern Rocky mountain slope, ! Kan?as City ...
and numerous thunderstorms are re-1 New Orleans ...
ported from the central valleys. High 'New York
pressures and fair, cooler weather pre- I Norfolk
vail in western Canada and the up-1 Phoenix
per Missouri valley, ,with freezing j St. Louis
temperatures in portions of Montana Ft. Paul
and Alberta. The eastward movement ! San Diego
of the Wisconsin low and the ap-! San Francisco .
84 50 .06
48 42 .14
50 44 .00
71 5S .29
72 42 .00
?4 70 .00
S2 62 .48
84 6S .8S
73 40 .00
86 64 .42
92 58 .00
72 56 .05
64 50 .10
66 56 .00
65 5.1 .00
58 46 .00
I St. Paul 14 3.6 xO.l
mrv4 iug ....... " J
Reeds Landing ... 12 3.9 xO.l
La Crosse 12 4.7 xO.l
Lansing IS 5.5 0.1
j Prairie du Chien .13 5.9 0.1
! Dubuque 18 7.0 0.2
Le Claire 10 4.1 0.0
I Rock Island 15 6.6 x0.2
Only slight changes in the Missis
sippi will occur from below Dubuque
J. M. SHERIER. Local Forecaster.
Today's Market Quotations
CHICAGO MARKETS. .Atchison W
i !'.. A -tf ui'.ril s. i j NorthweSKTU 1294
Chiiag". Hi., May 17. Cattle :;nri; St. Faul 100s
Head:.. I eves Arn 'jm. Blockers ' Illinois Central 115
and f" dri h .')
New York Central
'Halibut, fresh 10c
! Pickerel, lb 8c I
Trout, lb 12c j
Catfish, lb 15c (
Halibut, lb 10c
Flour, Feed and Fuel.
i Straw, ton $9.50
Straw, bale 4045c
Hay. prairie, bale 50S60c
Strickland's friends near the door.
And twenty minutes later Thomas
W. Strickland stood a free man. cleared
of the dreadful crime that had been
laid to his doing.
But Colonel Todhunter was not
amonit those who first crowded around
Tom Strickland with their congratula
tions. He went instead to where he
had seen old Rafe Doggett almost fur
tively Join Lottie-May. sitting apart
within the railed inclosnre after having
given his testimony. Alike upon the
faces of the old man and his grand
dangbter there rested au expression of
"What air they a-goin to do to my
girl. Colonel Todhunter? asked old
Doggett piteously. Tain't all her
fault that she done what she done,
keepin' her month shet about Chicka
saw Jesse and then mnnin" away with
him. She wanted to tell all 6he fcnow
ed, but she was a-skeered for he"r life.
Colonel Todhunter. I ain't excusin.'
her none for her own badness. God
knows, but the law ain't got no call to
punish her along o Chickasaw Jesse's
"The law ain't goin to punish her,
Rafe," replied Colonel Todhunter. "I've
already made sure Just how Lottie
May stands. She'd ha' been an accom
plice o" Chickasaw Jesse's for not com-
ln here at first and tellin' what she
knew if the truth wasn't plain now
that she didn't tell because Chickasaw
Jesse threatened to kill her If she did.
And her wanton to testify In Tom
Strickland's behalf and doin' it. like
she did proves that she was innocent
Just the minute she was a free agent
I've laid all these facts before the
court. Rafe. The law ain't goln to pun
Old Rafe Doggett bowed his white
head as if in prayer.
"Thank the Lord God AJmightyr he
spoke at last. "And me and Lottie-
May won't trouble Nineveh s folks
after this day. I'm a-goin' away f urn
here,- Colonel Todhunter. I couldn't
live here no more to save my life. And
Lottie-May's a-goin' with me goin'
somewhere away f um here where her
mother's shame and hers won't be in
evcr'body's mouth like now in Nine
veh." "You can go any time you want to,
Rafe," said Colonel Todhunter. "Th'
ain't no charge against Lottie-May on
the docket o' this court You can go
now if you feel like it"
The old man and the young girl
moved toward the door.
Colonel Todhunter accompanied them,
screening both, as far as lay in his
power, from the curious staring of the
Lottie-May spoke no word during
their progress. Her face was still tense
with the shadow of that dread but late
ly lifted from her soul. More than ever
did she seem the Hagar of this little
Missouri community a Hagar now go
ing into uttermost exile.
At the door she turned and looked
Harvy Connelley, visited in Rock Is
' Mr. and Mrs. John Haddick and
son of Sherrard visited at the Price
Mrs. Sayer of Orion visited at the
home of Frank Maross Sunday.
Mrs. R. L. Wilson visited in the tri
Miss Josie Murphy and Miss Ida
Nelson visited at the Wylie home
Miss Anna Daxon entertained the
F. Y. P. club Saturday evening at the
home of her sister, Mrs. Albert Blaser.
A very interesting program was giv
en, after which a lunch was served.
Miss Daxson will soon leave for her
home near Milan to spend the sum
mer, and will be much missed by
members of the club.
Belle McKeag left Tuesday for an
extended visit in Ireland.
John Baraks visited in Rock Island
Minnie Branberg who has been vis
iting a few days in Preemption re
turned to her home Monday.
Hay, prairie, ten $18 1 back into the courtroom. Her eyes
. TQ n OO AA i a a tr c l
penerally steady Northern Pacific "Ir ";' " t . ' - J'v! ""T .
Pencsvlvan'a Hit- ' .. .iarj ioiuiuuicr muuu ul iuui n muc
I ... ... ... ....... I t" i w Vtii bV. a Stiffs' CTaI . . . i rr i
I ll,..l', f 1ACH i""' UUBIIC.
I i r vjiir n uca J"."-b I
IV UUJill. X332
llOfcH l't.l 'Hi; blow
ii' strrday s average. Hulk
Mi l'.cht V4'i U mixed
S.C ; l.f ay .;, ft s.jT.
Shiip ::,."i.O; Ktdijy: Sioti t'S . Rock Island common
Notwithstanding that, tii" run of ! Rot k Island preferred
hops vHn rather liberal for the c losing ! I'nion Pacific
day of tlif wrt-k. prices h'ld up wfll. j 1". S.
Thrre sub fair demand from specula- I . fe.
tors and shippers.
('aft!'- trH:lH lacked vim. Opinion is
general that nlareed offerings next
wN'k tii nn lower pries.
Sheep ar-1 lambs were quoted s-teady.
Most arrUais were consigned to pack
Ooats, load, bushel 3Sc
j-j Corn chop, cw
A great Joy shone in her eyes. Tom's
glance lingered witn a deep fondness
. Shorts, ton $24.00
$1.35 j upon this girl whom be loved so dearly.
W itli a little cry of poignant heart-
Steel common 59 '2
Steel crfcred 10C
HC ; Shorts, cwt $1.25 ;break Ixittie-.May Dopzett threw one
" ii-i.... i -1 .
I neat, uusnei ooc
Corn, hushel 55c
July h at opened .-V fi $s' ; clos
ed !v .
Corn oponed r.o? ".;i, : closed ofi1.
Oats opened 0' t 3;t, ; closed 3CSS.
Ribs 11.12'a 11.15.
Chicago Cash Grain.
Wheat No. 2 red. l.f'5(S1.0C: No. 3
red. 95f1.01: No. 2 hard, 9'H4fj92;
No 3 haid. SS'ti i.
Corn No. 2. 56'T7 57; No. 2 white,
59'(;60; No. 2 yellow. o6sfi57: No.
Z. :.',; No. 3 white, 51gj94; No. 2
yellow. 5fi'4Jj ".fit,.
Oats No 2 vhite. "9'4i39',: No.
3 white. 37,(!i35i staailard, CDQCS1..
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York. May 17. Following are
tb9 quotations on the New York stock
American Sugar Refining l'O
American Tel. & Tel 12S'i
Adintnlmt rator'a otlc.
Estate of Henry Weliling. deceased.
unaengnea r.aving o-n ap-
pointed admmiPtratrix of tne estate of
iit-nry ehlins. late of the county of
It'iric Island. Plate of Illinois, dfi s.ic,!
hrreby rives notice that she win ap- Raymond Caldwell of Milan visited
h?.rdeo trains with his aunt. Mrs.
room, in the city of Rock Island, at the
July term, on the first Monday In July
next, at whlfh time ail persons havlror !
Coal, lump, per ton $3.504.00
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS. ... ,-
; All the news all tn
May 17. Following are the whole-' A.rgUEt
sale Quotations on the local market !
tcday : I
Butter, Eggs and Cheese. ; LEGAL.
Krcs, fresh, dca ISc 1
Uutter. dairy, lb 25c
Hutter, creameT, lb 29c
Butter, packing stock, lb ISc
Potatoes, bushe'. 40 55c
Parsley, bunch 3 l-3c
Tomatoes, green house, lb. 20c
Onions, bunch 2c
Cauliflower, head 15 20c
Cucumbers each 15c, 10c, 5c
Lettuce, lb 12iic
Lettuce, head, lb 25c
New potatoes, Florida, bbl. ...$6.75
New Cabbage, Louisiana, lb 4c
Onions, Texas, Bermuda and Silver
Skin lb 6c. 4c
Old cocks Sc
Hens '. 13c
Perch 4c to 7c j
Black bass 11c to 17c
arm across her grandfather's age
stooped shoulders, seeming to draw
him r.r.d herself heyoud the seeius c
that which had so moved her to uncon
The next moment the door hnd closed
upon the two, shutting them out from
Mr. and Mrs. Cowell of Rock Island
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wain-
Mr. and Mrs. John Hauberg of Rock
Island visited friends in Coe Sunday.
Percy Cox was a business caller in
Elmer Tanner of Canoe Creek is
assisting D. W. Mumma with his farm
Mr. and Mrs. Tinsman and Mr. and
Mrs. Hannah attended the funeral of
Mr. Stevenson in Moline Sunday.
Rose Hill Aid society met at the
home of Mrs. Annie Jacobs, Port By
ron, Wednesday afternoon, as a sur
prise on the hostess. All had a fine
time. A delicious lunch was served
and a hand painted tray with salt and
pepper shakers and toothpick holder
was presented to Mrs. Jacobs as a
souvenir of the day. The next meet
ing will be with Mrs. Joe Schafer.
Sylvester Daily, William Dow and
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Searl were callers
at D. W. Mumma's Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wake and Miss
Edna Mumma attended the school en- I
tertainment at Joslin Sunday evening, j
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Daily spent 1
Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. Lewis Dow of Marian visited i
with his parents last week while at- j
tending the dental institute at Daven- J
Rose Hill Sunday school was re-
organised and the following . were
elected to office for the ensuing year: '
Superintendent Charles Schafer. i
Assistant Theodore Frels. !
Secretary and Treasurer Grace !
Organist Miss Mable Searl. j
Assistant Nora Frels. !
Frank Searl has purchased a Ford !
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd McMichael vis-'
ited in Milan with Mr. McMichael's :
parents Sunday, his mother being ill. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wake, Mrs. Ed
Wainwright and Mrs. Minnie Wain
wright and daughter were shopping in '
Clint Donahoo was a business call
er In Watertown Saturday.
Rolla Whiteside and John Cursey
were business callers in Moline Fri
day. Frank Dow who has resided in
Omaha for three years has accepted ;
Best Office Building
Rock Island : : : : : 2d Ave, 1 7th St.
- Jilt il' S iifi
war; iKf!" ijgw
BATCHELDER, M. D. & CO 414
MALO.NEY, E. A 311
8TAIDIHAB, G. P. SOS
ATTO RN EYS-AT-L AW.
UACBERG, ' J. H 1....601
LIDOLPH, W. L .....SOS
fiAlCKER. J. W 507
SCHUOEUER, C. J 305
CXIXE A SHAW Fl'EL, CO SOS
COLLIERIES SALES CO M1
1R1-CITV COAL CO 306
AMES, DR. E. P 303
HAINLINE, DR. E, L. 603
MARTIN, DR. W. E. S04
MUELLER, DR. C. V 802
SHERRARD, DR. B. U 406
ASAY, DR E 405
BURKHART, DR. IIADA 311
COMEGYS, DR. J. P 407
DART, DR. RALPH 407
FOSTER, DR. C. T 401
FREV1 C, DR. C. F. 302
PETRIE, DR. ETTA O0
ROt HOW, DR. C. J. F 304
tTOC'KER, DR. A 511
SOLDERS, DR. J. C 404
WILSON, 31ISS BLANCHE 410
INSURANCE FIRE. SUITE.
KRELL, E. H !
MALCKER, W. C 507
COLVMBIA NATIONAL LIFE
(of Boaton) ..80S
ILLINOIS LIFE INS. C O 400
METROPOLITAN LIFE of
NEW YORK LIFE (of N. Y.)....013
SCHVLZ, WILLIAM 411
FIDELITY LOAN CO ...403
LOANS REAL ESTATE.
LI DOLPH, XV. L 303
SCHROEDER, C. J 305
REAL ESTATE LANDS.
KRELL, E. H 013
DISPATCH. MOLINE DAILY 514
ELLIOTT-FISHER CO 3O0
MOLINE TIMBER CO 301
M. PAC. RAILWAY CO (local
ROSEN FIELD. XV. A 306
fRI-STATE OIL CO 013
(to be contlnueo
IN THE HEART OF ROCK ISLAND
All Street Cars Stop Right at the Entrance
Philadelphia The Baldwin prize (judges was George C. Sikes of Chi
a position in Chicago and departed ! offered by the National Municipal I
Monday for his new home. Mrs. Dow j League for the best essay on a muni
has returned to 'Omaha to look after ;ina, , . enhm,H hv fl ,.,,-
the shipping of their household effects. I ,
Utijl ttda a v eirut-'j kj .Minn omi ruri-
Arnel Carlson, Monday-
Miss Anna Daxson of Milan who has
r having the aame adjustej. All per
sons lndt-lted to said estate are re
quested make Immediate puyment to
Dated Cstn day r,f April. A. D. 1915.
MINNIE WE H LING.
A dm mint ratrix
Clarence J. Srhroeder. attorney.
Brightness In Your Home
J "X A -T, V J
Our wall paper puts
brightness in your home.
Wall paper in rich color
ings and exclusive de
signs. Our wall papers are
decidedly artistic and
bought because their col
oring and designs are rare
and appeal to the artistic
1612 Fourth Are.
lalms afcainst said etale are notified I hecn toar-hintr at Vnclp school, return.
and requested to attend for the purpose I . . , , ... . j
Little Lillian Carlson entertained
six of her schoolmates and her teach
er Tuesday, May 13, in honor of her
6th birthday anniversary. A two
coruse luncheon was served.
J. Bergstrora of Sherrard was in
Coal Valley last week.
Elwood Gregg returned Monday to
finish his course in bookkeeping at
Brown's Business college.
Mrs. Lindloff who has been sick for
some time is able to be out again and
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dick
Price, this week.
Those shopping in the tri-citles
Wednesday were Mrs. Nicely, Mrs.
Sarah Sommersog. Mr. and Mrs. T. R.
Lees and daughters, the Misses Dena
and Lena, Mrs. H. R. Martin and
daughter Katherine, Mrs. Arnel Carl
son and daughters Lila and Lillian and
Miss Anna Brandberg entertained
her Sunday school closs Tuesday ev
ening at her home. A pleasant time
was had by all.
The Coal Valley baseball team will
play in Milan Sunday. The team ex
pects the new uniforms soon.
Miss Katherine Studer was in Mo
line Wednesday visiting her sister,
Mrs. Robert Sackville.
The village authorities are having
trouble with the waterworks plant
this week. Coal Valley was water dry
for two days.
Those who were In the tri-cities
Thursday were John Carlson, Dave
Kuehl, Julius Frederick and Carl
Thomas Wooley, Fred Radloff and
! Rudolph Krapp have secured employ-
! ment across the river.
) Mrs. Servers of Pocan. Wash., was
The splendid work of Chamberlain'o
'stomach and Liver Tablets is daily
: coming to light. No such grand rem-
. r. j i iitriji whs, a n drutj .-iibei oiu i fiucr . .
X as ounaay was a com, w may uay. - i edy ror ijVer and bowel troub es was
' th. aotnr.ir.hiio travel -., n. r.h i weiss lnchead of Radcl.ffe eollece. I . . , ......
ouiui.uu.. i - - - ;ever hnown oeiore. xnousanas Diess
lighter than usual, only 116 passing ; Second prize w as awarded to Edward I them for curing constipation, sick
A. Lawlor of Harvard university. Miss j headache, biliousness, jaundice and
Longhead's subject was "The best j indigestion. Sold by all druggists.
sources of city revenue." One of the (Adv.)
Estate of Joseph H. Chandler de
ceased. The undrrsiicned having been ap
pointed exc-utor of the last will and
testament of Joseph H. Chandler late
of the county of Rock Island state of
Illinois do'-eaped hereby Kives notice
that he will appear before the Hon.
Benjamin F. Beii. judge of the probate
court of R'jck Island county, at the
probate court room, in the city of Rook
Island, at the July term, on the first
.Monday in J-;ly next, at which time all
person havlnK claims against said es
tate are notified and requested to at
tend f"r the purpose of havinr? the
same adjusted. All persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make im
mediate payment to the underslerned.
Dated 8th day of Mar. A. D. 1913.
James W. Maucker. attorney.
through; also 49 motorcycles and 50
carriages and buggies, between the
hours of S and 12.
Estate of James Hampson, deceased.
The undersicr.ed havlnp been ap
; pointed administratrix of the estate of
' James Hampson. late, of the county of
Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased.
I herebv ptves notice tnat she will ip-
fear before the probate court of Rook
s'.and county, at the probate court
room, in the citv of Rock Island, at the
July term, on the first Monday in July
, next, at which time all persims having;
i claims ajrainst said estate are notified
i and requested to attend f"r the pur
pose of havir.jr the same adjusted. All
i persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate pnyment to
! the undersijrned.
Dated tu:s ytn aav or Mar. a. u
Schriver Sc Schriver. attorney.
Be it, ordained by the council of the
city of Rock Island, Illinois:
Section 1. That it shall be unlawful
for any person, firm or corporation
owning, operating or conducting any
wagen sprinkler, street car sprinkler
or other vehicle used for the sprinkl
ing of water on the streets and ave
nues of the city of Rock Island to
operate or manage said wagon
sprinkler, street car sprinkler or other
such vehicle,, while sprinkling the
street and avenues, so that it shall ex
ceed in speed, the rate of ten (10)
miles per hour.
Section 2. Every violation of this
ordinance shall render the offender
subject to a fine of not less than one
($1.00) dollar nor more than two hun
dred ($200) dollars.
(SEAL). H. M. SCHRIVER,
Passed: May 5. 1913.
Attest: M. T. Rudgren,
Why Not Wire Your House
and be up-to-date like your neighbors. Telephone Wert 1356 and
we will tell you what it will cost to install the electrical wiring ii
your residence. Do not let your wiring contract until you have seen
V.'e guarantee our electrical wiring to be absolutely fireproof.
Illinois Contracting Electrical Co.
308 Twentieth Street, Rock Island, III.
MARTIN McNEALY, Mgr.
Summer Cottages, Tool Houses,
J. C. STEVENS
1810 THIRD AVENUE
Phone West 178
See cample at corner of Nine
teenth street and Third avenue.
Also railed Tetter, Salt Rbeam, Prnlta.-,
Milk-Crust, Weeping Skis. Etc.
ECZEMA CAN BE CURED TO STAY,
and when I say cured. I mean Just what
I say C-L'-R-E-D. and not merely
patched tip for a while, to return worse
than before. Remember. I make this
broad statement after putting; 12 years
of my time on this one disease and
handling: in the meantime nearly half a
million cases of this dreadful disease.
Now. I do not care what all you have
used, nor how many doctors hare told
you that you could not be cured all I
ask is just a chance to show you that I
know what I am talking about. If von
will write me TQDAY. I will send you a
FREE TRIAL of my mild, soothing.
caning on old irienas in Coal Valley surnte(i trratmefit mat win convince
' Werlner'av Vrs Csrror. t.nht you rnore in day than I or anyone else
veanecav. Mrs. servers, taught could in a month a time. If you are dis-
; scuooi nere bi years ago. and discouraged, just Kive me a
! Mr. and Mrs. Roh Ratler.hv i chance to prove my claims. By w;ritln;
; me toaay you win enjoy more real com
(Washington are visiting old friends fort than you had ever thought, this
here this week.
w orld holds for you. Just try it and
. von will r 1 mm f .llfn. win ih. t.mh
Frerl Srhrneiter anrl tnn Wllhoe rt .
, Vath.r.11. i.ir tr. r-,i i--i,- Dr- E- Ca.IT. M3 Cart Black.
...uta v. . aiirj : Seatali M
. Tuesday and Wednesday. References: Third National bank. Ee
i Mrs. Harsha of Sunny Hill called daiia. Mo.
on Dr. Meyers Tuesday,
i Mrs. Joseph Sommerson and son
i Cculd you do a better act than to send
Iiols notice to some poor sul
Xtxar ox Eczema? (.Adv..-
Have You Seen America?
Have you ever stood on top of Pike's Peak and looked off at the
rest of the world and experienced sensations that aru not Im he de
scribed in words?
Are you numbered among- th-se who know- th': pleasures nd ben
efits of a sojourn in that great natural sanitarium the Bl.-c-k mils of
Have you ever enjoyed tlio health-giving pleasures of camping
trip in the Jtig Horn nmnitanis of Wyoming, or aloni; the Codv Koad
to Yellowstone Park?
Did you ever go couching through Nature's wonderland Yell'vr
Have your eyes ever ben blessed w-;th Mh fight of that rmerald
gem of the Northern Rockies Lake Donald in Glacier National
Have you ever stood on the shore of tireat Halt Like and seen the
tints of t'tahs" skies nt sunset?
Did you ever visit "The ('harmed Land of the American Continent."
bordering '.-n America's Mediierrancan Pugei Hound and the s irround
lns country to which Nature has given a bewitching beauty and a won
Did vou ever P"'P ver the rim of the Grand Canyon In Arizona and
gaze down into that wonderful cham which no one ever has been able
Are you familiar with the undreamed-of scenic wealth of glorious
California that Sar.d of out v douTS?
These are but a few of the many show plare in America that
EurV-pe would pay fabulous prices to get, but can t have, beta jse tiiy
are ours to enjov here in this country.
If these scenes are strange to you. why not pack your grin and visit
some of them this summer?
No form of education is more inspirational than trav'I. Decide right
now to make 1313 memorable for Its perfect va-atlon.
Make the most . your trip let me h!p
you plan it. The furnishing of omj, ete
;tatlH for va'-ation trips It a part of Uur
lington Rervi ."
MISS D. ODEN, Passenger agent
F. A. RIDDELL, Ticket aent.
Phone West 6S0.
There Comfort for You r.n theC.
B. A Q.