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THE ROCK ISLAND A KG US, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1890.
Cook Stoves j Ranges,
RIVERSIDE OAK STOVES.
Boynton Celebrated Furnaces,
Wrought Steel Rangea-
49Esti mates for Heating and Ventilating furnished on ap
plication. DAVID DON,
1817 Second avenn, Rook Island, Ills
CLOSING OUT PRICES.
Plush Cabinet Albums 38 cents,
Leather Cabinet Albnms 78 cents.
Sleds Below Cost,
Work Baskets Below Cost,
Stationery at 20 per cent off.
Cabinet Frames 20 per cent off;
Bibles at Cost,
Wall Paper at and Below Cost
Window Shades at Cost.
BIO BARGAINS In Every
CI"8E out our Stock In Twenty Days.
House FurnishiDg Goods,
Gas Fitting Stock
KOHN fe A DLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
Coughs, Colds, Etc.,
Irish Cough Syrup,
(10 and 25c
For Liver and Kidney Troubles
NOTHING EQUAL TO
Thomas' Liver and Kidney Pilis,
26c a Box Sample free.
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Rock Island.
-and Steel Dome Furnaces.
Department for we MUST
KINGSBURY & SON.
1706 Secend Avenue.
; ROCK ISLAM 1 ILL.
Actual Situation Fully Ex
K. i Klit Hour Work n thr Property
Hold i...Wof in Hock liand if Oar
lapMrraeniR are Cheeked.
If th property holder who have
Higned emonatrances to the council
a ainat the propesed paving improve
menu ot Second avenue and below Four
teenth and on Twentieth street, as spok
en of yei terday, would stop to consider
what they are doing and the effect o
what thty are doing if they should he
successfi I, it is a safe assertion to make
that ninMenths of them would retrace
their ste- quickly . How the council's
eight ho ir ordinance is to act in a man-
ner seriously burdensome to the prop
erty bii t-rs. the Ahmcs fails to conceive
It tins be n asserted by citizens, who are
foremost in securing signatures to the
remonstrtnces, that under the eight-hour
day the proportionate cost of the pave
mcnt is t be increased twenty per cent
Such a statement is certainly uot bused
either up -n fact or an understanding of
the situ ion aa it actually exists.
Take t h; bid of Atkinson A Oloff on
tt.c Sccoi i avenue exten .ion for instance
It calls fur tl 67 per aquare yard with
any kio of material the council may
stipulate and under any and all con li
lions tba the council may order. That
bid is tao cents below the terms of the
same firm for Eighteenth street over
hicta no "kick" was made and a con
tract foi which has been closed and
sealed. Rut included in that tl 6? is
five cent interest money That is, the
c n tractors agree to o the work on long
t in. but as Mr. Atkinson said this morn
tng. for sny property bolder that will pay
for his pavement as soon as it is put
down an J approved by the council, it
ill cost tit fl 62. there, in fact, is a re
duction of two cents below what the Sec
ond aven le paving improvement between
Twentitt 1 and Fourteenth streets cost
So that the residents who are willing to
pay cash for their improvement when it
is made ave two cents per square yard
on the p operlv holdt-rs in the business
pari of M wn
Now at to how much of a flgute the
eight ho ir law cuts Mr. Atkinson
was askeil to express himself on this pro
vision th s morning and he said.
"I can t see what the property holders
have cot to do with that. I did not make
my oki wiiii reference to eignt hours or
ten hours . I made it with a full ex
pectation of ahidiug by any conditions
that the council may see fit to impose
That is a matter between the council and
myself t nd then between myself and
my men I pay my men so much
an hnt;r IT the council ssvs I
shall work but eight hours, that is
all I will work my men. Why, I
worked e eht hour men last summer and
paid then accordingly and I don't sec
that the roperty holders suffered. As a
matter of fact, during the hot days of sum
mer I expect to work my men only eight
hours. 1 can't see that it makes any dif
ten ure t( the property holders how many
hours I w irk my men, only that it will
take long to do the work in putting in
less bourt a day than ten as a matter of
course. propose to pay my men by the
hour, and if the council says I shall work
but earn bo irs a day. well and good, I
will p'y tiem for eight eight hours work.
that is all there is to it."
Mr Atkinson's statement seems to be
explicit e lough and it overthrows com
plete! t any statement that under the
eight hou system laborers would have to
be paid f r ten hours work. The friends
of the eig it hour movement have volun
tarily and emphatically declared that the
wage que lion does not enter into the
matter at all Tbey are willing to accept
pay for the time they put in no more
Whether r not Mr. Atkinson shares the
views wi b the oihet contractors is not
known, b it it is to be supposed be does,
for all On contractors knew the condi
tion und'-r which tbey bid. At any rate,
the prope-ty holders know how be stands
and w t, it they may expect should he gel
With tms understanding of the case
how out of place a remonstrance does
seem befcre the council. If the property
holders t Sink the work can be done
cheaper tlian under the present bids. they
can all he thrown out and new proposals
secured, but it is not the proper thing to
ask the council to abandon the paving
proiect entirely. As the Argus said yes
terday, tie council has rightly shown its
aversion to remonstrances. With all
due respect to the framers and signers
of the it -"tit documents in circulation,
they don generally come from sources
from wh cb can he expected to spring a
public p rtt or a consideration of the best
nten ets f tbe city. The council cannot
afford to et a precedent of recognizing
remonstr ino.es. If it does, it may as wen
turn tbe lown over to the obstructionist,
at ii the Jitizens' Improvement associa
lion can io nothing but move out to tbe
cemetery Property holders Dave tneir
rights, acd it is tbe duty of the council
to prutec them, but petitions of the sort
alluded o. should be well considered
before tb -v are acted upon. The Arocs
is satisflt d that tbe projected paving im
provemei ts can tie done, and done under
he etgh -bour law without entailing a
iiardshm to tbe property holders. If
tbis is so why seek to check tbemf One
thing is tertain. and it is, if tbe city does
not go forward at once with the excellent
policy li led out as to street improve
ments, al hopes for K rk Island in tbe
future m iy as well, to use tbe phraseol
ogy of the ordinances, -"ceasa, lapse and
The vi ion tine featival given at tbe res
idence o Fred Haas last evening by tbe
ladiea of tbe Central Presbyterian church.
proved s grant success, about one bun
dred atu oding and tbe ladiea clearing 25
by tbeir iotertainment. Tbe supper waa
superb a id tbe menu cards were in the
shape of valentines. In tbe evening tbere
was a se action by tbe Symphony orches
tra, an iistrum -ital solo by Miss Clara
Haas ant a recitation by M sg Emma Bat
IS THERE DAiNGER?
Mew Humor 4'Aneernlng the I'm
p. d t'hatiKe la the Train Kaanlng
S i iceftiu the Hark lalana Knad
The fact that the Rock Island road is
soon to inaugurate a cbange in the run
ning of its freight trains on the Illinois
division which is to work a benefit to
Rock Inland, as the Argus explained
some time ago, has given rise to many
rumors, one of which promises so much
of a detriment to Rock Island, had
foundation in fact, that it is really sens
tional It is to the effect thai the C , R
1. A P. is soon to double track its Iowa
division west from Davenport to Des
Moines the same as the Illinois division
and run its freight crews through from
Chicago to les Moines without change
Such a plan would lake a great many
families from Rock Island, who reside
here in consequence of the present divis
ion terminus, but the consequences of tbt
most diligeat investigation, indicate that
tbere is not much danger of such a disaster
The best time that passenger trains can
make between Chicago and Des Moines
is nearly twelve hours, and the fast
freights can't do het'er than eighteen
hile the ordinary running time would
take twenty four.
It may be that the Rock Island has an
idea of running its crews from Chicago
to Des Moines each way, and turnine
them h ck either way as soon as they
reach here This would take t .e homes
of tbe men from Rock Island, ami a vig
orous protest that weuld mean something
would be beard from Rock Island, that
theC. R I & P. would find it worth
while to heed, but it is honed that no
such plan is seriously contemplated.
It is unite probable, though, that the
freight train crews will soon be running
through between Chicago and R 'ck Is
land, instead of changing at Peru, but
tbis change will be advantageous to tbe
city, as it will bring more crews here
(banges are also talked of in the passen
ger service, but they will not sffect Rock
Island in the light of misfortune.
"Si Perkins" at the theatre tonight.
O od music at the rink tonight. La
Mr Andrew Donaldson, of Rural, was
in the city today
Dancing school at Armory hall
The "Si Perkins" band made an unique
street parade today.
Mr. Adam Stumni, of Buffalo Prairie,
was in the city today .
Kramer's famous writing and copying
fluid can be had of C C. laylor, under
Hock Island bouse
The Holly hose wagon broke an axle at
the corner oT Eleventh street and Second
avenue tbis morning
Chas Ogle, of Moiine, wis arrested in
Davenport yesterday for stealing a watch
in a Moiine hoarding house.
Mr. M. L. McDermont, a prominent
lumber dealer of Bridgewater. Iowa, w in
spend Sunday al the Rock Island house
A Moiine man named Claus was fined
$lti and costs in Davenport this morning
tor disturbing the peace. Now look for
Mr. Geo. Barker ha arranged for a
MM quantity of im from Madison. Wis.
He received twenty car loads yesterday.
and expects more.
Miss 1. .nn Weyerhanser was pleasant
ly greeted by a number of ber friends of
the Broadway church on her birthday
snniversary last evening
Tne Prairie Chief, published at Cam
bridge, Henry county, has hern changed
o tbe Cambridge t hiej, and is a much
better looking paper than heretofore.
Doubtless many, who hsve. under mis
taken impressions signed remonstrance
petition on the paving improvements
will withdraw their names now that tbey
ee that tbey are not to be imp sed upon
so Daaly as has been retiiesenU'd tc
fhe statement in regard to Mr. Thos .
O'Connor's mental aberration in last
night's Argus is deemed by Mr O'Con
nor as an iniuslice to him He savs
be information was not thought of suf
fleient weight in the mind of County
Judge Adams to warrant an inquisition
At 4 p. m yesterday occurred 1 he death
of Daniel McCarthy at the borne of bis
father. M C. McCarthy, Twenty-tourih
street and Thirteenth avenue, of consump
tion and scrofula, aged twenty-seven
years. The funeral occurs at 9 o'clock
tomorrow morning with interment at
The Whitsitt farm near Preemption,
which was advertised to be sold al pub
ic auction on the 2vih ult , waa not sold
that day, but was bought at private sale
on the following day by Robt. Blakely,
of that vicinity, the consideration for the
160 acres being 12.0KJ, jusl 75 per
The funeral of the late Mrs. Aenes
McLachlan will be beld from the First
Baptist church at 2 o'clock tomorrow af
ternoon The lady was sixty-seven years
of age and her death occurred at Aspen,
Col , and her remains are at the home of
her 9on, Mr. Robert McLachlan, on Sev
enteenth street .
At Dubuque they are still cutting ice.
but horses dare not venture upon tbe
river so tbe plows are drwn by men
They don't eat as much as tbe teams, nor
get their legs over the "races when they
come to turn around a' tbe end of tbe
row, but tbe boss is growing gray in his
efforts to bead off stampedes for the
saloons along the bank.
With characteristic enterprise and a
proper consideration for the best good of
his patrons, Mr. V. Dauber, the popular
blacksmith, has at considerable expense
secured the services of Mr William
Crosin, of Davenport, an expert in his
line and acknowledged to be one of the
best in the three cities. Mr. Crosin has
become a full fledged resident of Rock
Island and may always be found at Mr.
Dauber's establishment on Third avenue.
Horse owners who desire and appreciate a
neat iob will find it to their advantage to
give him a call .
Hon. R Q. Horr, the Michigan orator
and wit, gave tbe first entertainment in
the ser es for the benefit of tbe First M
E. ehurch at Harper's theatre last even
ing. Tbe subject of Mr Horr s lecture
was. "Has it Been Proven That the Ba
li ion is Our Cousin? No Sir." Tbe title
affords an idea of the natute of tbe dis
course, and the conclusion in tbe same
breatb . It waa a thoroughly logical and
brainy talk, spiced with originality of
thought and humor, and bristling with
tbe strongest kind of arguments to con
front the Darwinian theory of tbe de
velopment of man.
The Rock I; and Turner society will
bold a subscription masquerade ball at
Turner ball, Saturday evening, Feb
15th. Those wishing to subscribe can
do so at Turner ball, or of members of
tbe following committee: Ed Goepel
Henry Holdorf. Jabob Retttcb. Peter
Detief and Wm. Hoeft. Music by
Bleuer band. Geo . Btrocble prompter
Masks of all kinds at Taylor's.
WORK FOR THE VIADUCT.
A Complete Report for the Appro
print inn Committer.
Mr. r i ft Hns and the Mayor Putting
in t L,irka for the Fnbllr Inter
enln-.-A Letter r'roni Mr. HaM.
Special Correspondence to the Anut s
Washington. D C, Feb. li 1 have
had a favorab e interview witb Hon. J.
G Cannon, chairman of tbe general ap
propriation comtniittee, and was re
quested by him to make a complete te
port as to tbe bill pasaed last winter for
tbe erection of tbe Rock Island viaduct,
what has been done since in regard to it,
and what tbe city of Rock Island is wil
ling to accept. Also what part of tbe
bill we wished repealed. I made this re
port in the shape of a letter to Mr. Can
non signed by tbe mayor and myself as a
committee, a copy of which I enclose
herewith for publication so that the peo
ple can tell in just what shape the viaduct
matter stands Tbe prospect is favora
ble for haying the bill repealed I think
I have been talking witb Messrs. Alli
son. Cullom, Gest and others and have
been informed that the report of the sec
retary of -war will be fiv.trahle. Tomor
row the mayor, Mr. Ainsworth and my
self expect to call on the secretary to
urge a favorable report. We bad an in
terview with tbe president this morning.
The Davenport committee have not ap
peared yet. We cannot say when we
shall return, but probably will Monday or
I am yours truly, Fred Hass.
Following is the report to which ref-
ereuce is made in tbe above communica
Washington. D C . Feb 12.
To Hon. .lohn O Cannon. Chairman of the Gen
eral Appropriation Committer' : -Dkar
Sir: We, the undersigued, re
presenting tbe city of Rock Island, in the
state of Illinois, pray your honorable
committee may deem it consistent and
advisable to recommend the bill repeal
ing that part of the sundry civil appro
priation bill for tbe year ending .June
30, 1889. (No 154) contained on p iges
twenty-seven and twenty-eight thereof,
where it reads:
"For the construction of a viaduct
from the south end of the wagon bridge
between Rock Island and the city of
Rock Island over the railroad tracks
which adjoin tbe approach to said
bridge, thirty-five thousand dollars, pro
vided that this appropriation shall not
lie available unlil the city of Rock Is
land shall by proper instrument have
conveyed to the United States title, au
thority and control over the premises to
be used for tbe construction and main
tenance of said viaduct, nor until all
holders of property abutting on the same,
shall have executed release of all dam
ages that might accrue to them by the
construction and maintenance thereof in
such form as the secretary of war may
prescribe; provided further, that the
work shall not be commenced until the
city of Ruck Island shall deposit in the
treasury of the Lnited States one half of
his amount towards reimbursing the
United S ates for this exiiendiiure "
The latter part of this act where if
Provided further, that work shall
not be commenced until the city of Rock
Island shall deposit in the trratury of the
Lnited States one half of this amount
owards reimbursing tbe United Stales
for this expenditure," was added to the
bill by way of amendment upon an erron-
ous impression that the city of Rock Is
and had some peculiar iuterest in 9aid
As a matter of explanation we beg
eave to state that the city of Rock Island
has no peculiar inte est or benefit in said
bill any more than the cities of Daven
port. Moiine or Milan or other people of
cott and Rock Island counties
This United States government wagon
bridge is used by tbe United States gov-
rnraent in the transaction of its business
netween the arsenal and the Illinois side
of tbe Mississippi river and it has beer, a
general thoroughfare between the states
of Illinois and Iowa at tbis point. Tbe
said government wagon bridge connect -
ng the Rock Island arsenal and the II
inois shore in the upper part of the city
of Rock Island and tbe approach thereto,
are owned and controlled by the Unitmi
States government and neither the city of
Rock Island nor any company or corpor
ation have any rignt to extend or cbange
n any way the approach to the bridge.
in order to sustain our views in this
matter we desire to call your attention to
page eight of tbe last annual report of
be chief of ordnance made to the secre-
iry of war June 30. 1889. where it readf
"Tbe sundry civil appropriation act ap
proved March 2, 18St, contain an ap
propriation of a35.0tK) for the conhtruc-
lon of a viaduct from the south end of
be wagon bridge between Rock I-land
and tbe city of Rock Island, over the
railroad tracks which adjoin the approach
to said bridge, witb a Droviso that the
work shall not be commenced until the
city of Rock Island shall deposit in tbe
treasury of the Lnited States one-half of
this amount towards re imbursing tbe
United States for this expenditure.
The Hon. W H Gest. representative
n congress from the Eleventh congres
sional district of Illinois, repiesents that
this proviso requiring tbe city of Rock
Island to pay one-half the expense of
this viaduct is based upon an erroneous
dea that that, city has some peculiar in
terest therein, and recommends that con
g ess be asked to repeal ibis proviso. Tbe
commanding officer of Rock Island ar
senal indorses his views and I concur
therein and recommend the repeal of tbis
Tbe approach to the said governmen t
wagon bridge now terminates against a
number of railroad track- that were there
when the said bridge and approach there
to were built. At that time the railroads
using these tracks were doing only a
small business and it was not considered
that the tracks would interfere witb pub
lic travel across the bridge. Since that
time the business of the railroad using
these tracks has Increased to such an ex
tent that the crossing is wholly unsafe for
traffic to and from tbe said bridge. Mir
aculous escapes have been made by gov
eminent officers and employes and by
other persons going to and coming from
tbe arsenal. We therefore ask your bon
orable committee to make such recom
mendafion as will secure the repeal of
that part of tbe sundry civil appropria
tion act which we have quoted above
The city of Rock Island will convey
without expense to the United States
government by proper instrument of con
veyance tbe additional amount of ground
that will be required in tbe building of
tbe viaduct approach to tbe said govern
menl wagon bridge . The city of Rock
Island will also give bood in such form
and amount as shall be required by tbe
United States government to protect and
keep harmless the United States from all
damages that may be rendered by any
court of law in any action against tbe
Lnited Slates government by tbe adja
cent property holders on account of tbe
erection of said viaduct approach to tbe
said government wagon bridge.
Upon tbe foregoing statement of facta,
we bope your honorable committee will
recommend tbe bill granting to us the
necessary protection to human life and
property at this point.
We are sir, your obedient servants.
Mayor of tbe City of Rock Island.
President of the Citizens' Improvement
association of tbe city of Rock Island .
khcocraqing for the gun factory.
Today's Chicago Tribune has the fol
lowing special Washington dispatch:
Ex Senator Ainsworth, Mayor Mc
Conochie and Fred Haas, of Rock Island,
and Mr Wylie, of Davenport, called on
Secretary Proctor this morning to see
what could be done towards establishing
a gun foundry on tbe arsenal grounds
Tbe secretary of war was well disposed
toward the idea, and gave the delegation
a long interview. He had not received
tbe report which Col. Wbittemore bad
been directed to make, and would
necessarily be governed somewhat
by that Tbe secretary evident
iv looked upon tbe subject as
one which would receive congres
stonsl sanction if any positiv- steps were
taken by the department. An estimate
of Sl.OOO.tsMJ has been made for the arse
nal, and if this is all that is appropriated
tbe secretary is of the opinion that the
money should be spent on the arsenal, as
the sum would not justify beginning
work on a gun foundry; but the proiect
of an ordnance factory in the Mississippi
valley commended itself to his judgment,
and the visitors feel assured that tbe in
fluence of the secretary of war will not be
hgatnst them A on as the reports are
received from tbe officer at Rock Island,
the senators and representatives for Illi
nois will have a talk with the secretary of
war, and a bill will be introduced to meet
. t .bin u in Hhe h
Gen. Mulbolland depicted the stirring
scenes incident to the great battle of Get
tysburg in glowing language at the ooera
bouse last evening. Tbe house was
packed with veterans and tbeir families
and others desirous of hearing so distin
guished an orator tell of tbe terrifflc
struggle Gen Mulbolland did not dis
appoint his hearers. He pictured the
battle field in goriest colors, paid due
homage to the gallantry of the union
troops, and sent the entire audience home
more impressed than ever with the mag
nitude of "our debt to the blue." The
local post will da it about 200 as a re
sult of Gen Mulbolland's visit here.
Rock ford Star.
At Harper's theatre Tuesday night.
J. M. Sweeney, of Geneseo, president
of the Undertakers' association of Illi
nois, has bought the undertaking busi
ness and stock of Henry Clough, at 1805
Second avenue Mr. Sweeney has placed
in charge Mr. E Rowe, of Wyoming.
Ill , who is an undertaker of several
years' experience, and is a man of strict
moral integrity and business honesty
Mr. Sweeney will oversee the business
and be present when bis services are
A t.rm.rt Place.
Clemann fc Stlzmann, tbe popular fur
niture and carpet dealers, have just com
pleted he additions to their establish
ment and now request the public to call
and see them in their enlarged quarters
By the way they have just receive i a car
load of nice furniture from Grand Rapids,
Just received, all
to be sold at
10 Cents per Copy,
by mail 11 cents.
Identical with that for which
you are asked to pay from
four to ten times our price by
and Banjo strings
at low prices.
Call and see for yourselves.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue,
Under Rock Island Bouse.
VI AH CI A L
Secured by First Mortgage,
TOB Kill AT
6$ AND 7 PES CENT.
INTEREST CnLLVCTTO WITHOUT CHARGE.
No trouble or expense spared to secure choicest
Our Fourteen years exrienence and long et
tahliebed local acencias give us
Call or write for circulars or references.
.foeis 30.31, M'fc'TWw ,
howicTtstPLc Davenport to.
IK SUM OF
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured oo land worth from
three to five times the amount
of tbe loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annually, collected and
remitted free of charge.
B. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Hon s 3 and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
on Improved Farms in tbe
Best Counties of Iowa,
The Farms were Inspected by
C. A. FICKEs
818 Main St. DAVENPORT, LA.
AN ADVERTISEMENT should be a public statement of
a fact. A misleading advertisement never paid in the long run
and seldom in the short run. Customers are not fools in any
community. When told by a flaming advertisement that dollar
goods are to be sold for a quarter, they begin a mental calcula
tion, and will, ten chances to one, figure it out that the advertiser
lied twice as much as he really did. Mclntire Bros, propose
to advertise facts. They are now receiving their spring goods.
In Woolen Dress Goods tha leading fabrics are Mohairs,
Surges and Henriettas, which we show in blacks and colors. Mo
hairs 30c per yard up to $1 10. You vill be plased with weight
and finish of three special numbers of Black Silk finished Hen
riettas at 83c, 89c and 98c per yard, 46 inch wide.
Wash Goods are seasonable and in good demand. Wise
women will not put off their purchases till the eleventh hour.
Ginghams in beautiful plaids at 10c and 12c, fast colors.
Satines will bn popular. There iB a fashionable fondness
for the colorless tans, or grey and black and the various tints of
purple, including violet, petunia, and lavender, all liberally toned
with white and darker shades. We show the largest assort
ment we have ever opened at 10c. 12c up to 25c a yard.
We don't ask you to select from samples (as some of our
neighbors request you to do in their advertisements) but have
the goods in stork now. Embroideries and White Goods are
very reasonable in prices this season.
Rock Island. Illinois.
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-A-ZLSTID A.S TO
I have just opeoed a handsome lot of Hanging and Stand Lamps, received too
late tor Christman trade, which I don't intend to have bans on my bands
Call and see if tbe prices don't bear me out in tbis assertion.
Gk Me LOOSLEY,
1609 Second Avenue.
Men's Felt Shoes 91 00
Pelt Boot Overs 1 On
" Arctics 1 00
" Rubbers 40
Women's Arcties 75
High Button Gaiters 65
Boy's Arctics 50
M s s' High Button Oailers 60
" Arctics 70
Children's Arctics 50
In addition to these low prices I will give away an Encyclopepia, valued at f6,
to each customer baying f25 worth of Boots and Shoes.
Call in and let us show you tbe Book and explain bow yon can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE
MM Fifth Av.nus.
There is probably no
better light for a large
room than this No. 2 Globe
Incandescent Lamp. It
will brilliantly light a
room 35 feet square and
that means 320 candle
power. Any body can
manage it, and I have yet
to hear the first complaint
of it. If you want a splen
did light for your store,
church or Sunday School
room, call and look at it.
My store is lighted by it.