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im; aiuuis, fiuday, September 20, isos.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
At a Crisis in the Affairs of
the Train Men.
BIG FOUR VOTES AGAINST A STRIKE
A lritnn TI'.Ht 1-miis I.iw-r Vai IVr
lnjtTtfttt ly Milst:in-t- iT tlio I lttmutum
IVmrlitt-tl to tin AlHlhltf-il l!..lies !'.
fnrv ihr Xi,tv W:is 1 ii?n - w iU'lmifii nt
I.uisvil Are O u uii) "on Tlirir
On i, Hook" It. himI o. !mi!. -..
Cl. iNNATI. M-j'l. C.'. A iiii"eiii;er boy
W;ilki! up t.) the I. Hu.lt wc summer oot-t-ie
of I'ri'-i.U ut Irirslls. of t lie Bij; Four
mi'tv.ul, in t':n- nioui.tMiiss f Viriiinin,
itli a little j cllim riivi-I .pe t:iKt Ci'lietak'd
most w-lcme iiit: lirt-rici-. It c-iinmiiiel
a nicssni bt-nrini; this brief yet ultru-sij;-nitHHiit
setittTice: "Tlie inea liKve voted to
accept tlie to;iis.t;oti, and they will not
trike.'' This .siieciiK t'y gives the culmi
nation of the trouble between the train
men Mini oflleerst of the Viis Four. The
work of ciinviissin,; the vote is comluded,
ainl while the ;esnlt 1ns not been ollitially
' antiuiiin e i n slip of p.iper found in the
room in which the vote was counted shows
that i lit- liivmeu and brakemeu expressed
a ilispos:; inn to combat the order reducing
ahirie even to a oint of striking.
Muitll MBjority A(,-int Striking.
But hi per cent, favored the acceptance
of the executive circular. Anions the
conductors and engineers the result was
astiy ililTerent. They voted by a small
niaj. i;ty against striking. The passenger
wen, conductors and encineers alike, are
less iiirni-icveil than the freight employes.
This i- line to the disparity of freight
and i-sener traffic. Incident to the
'YVoKis fair he passenger business has
b-en v.iy lare and the depression in the
interests cf the country have curtailed the
fre gl.t t rathe to f marked decree. Oa
this ncci utit tne passenger men have been
enjnyini; j;ood .ay, while the freight men
have experienced ihe greatest d.fheulty to
make (jood money, as all are paiil on the
mileauu bsis. The chiefs have leen noti
fieil i f the action of the nun and they will
aow go west to Denver and adjust the
differences existing on the Denver and Ilio
Hail Outlook for the 1 raiumen.
The ultimatum which President Inijalls
made tlie lust time that he met the brotD
erhooii chicls is what the men now ac
cept. It can by 110 means be construed
into concession. He simply pledges on
Jan. 1, to take up tlie present wage scale
and if he finds that it needs etjuali.itiK he
will give it atteutiou and make such con
cessions to the men as the interests of the
country at that time may justify. He is
cm' spoken, however, in saying that the
scale as effective before he made the re
duction was very excessive ped he will
never c onsent to restore it. The past few
days the public belief has been that trouble
would I e averted and the largely iucreased
business of the Big Four lias not been the
least affected by str ke rumors.
SWITCHMEN STRIKE .GAIN.
Ihf 1. aiiU M. Men io Out on Their Indl
Louisvillk. Ky., rsept. The switch
men and yard engineers employed at the
main yards of tin- Louisville and Nashville
railroad have quit work auaiu. The men
claim that they struck as individuals und
without recognition by their organizations.
This action came as a complete surprise,
as only Wednesday night committees rep
resenting the switchmen and engineers
promised the committee to abide by the
decision of their chiefs at the time the re
duction in wages was accepted. There are
again rumors of a guneral strike, but
these are discredited by the railroad offi
cials. Considerable difficulty is experienced in
filling tiie places of striking shopmen. Of
135 more new men brought from New
York 1 b deserted the shops and joined the
strikers. The men claim that they were
employed by misrepresentation of the sit
uation, and some of them have engaged
attorneys to begin suit against the rail
road company for damages. In addition
to these troubles it is reported that three
cases of smallpox have been discovered
among the new men in the shops. As the
men eat aud sleep there this presents a
erious obstacle to filling the places of the
It. mill O. Men Likely to Strike.
CoNNKl.I-sVILLE, Pa., Sept. 29. The
meeting of the Baltimore and Ohio rail
roud employes at this place was secret.
It Is learned, however, that resolutions
were passed pledging the employes of the
operating department of the Baltimore
and Oido system to reject the reductftm of
7 per cent. It is also stated that a mu
tual understanding with other depart
ments exists that they will stand by each
other in resisting the reduction. An im
portant uieetiug of Baltimore and Ohio
trainmen from three divisions is in session
at Wheeling considering the proposal.
The majority of those present are opposed
to the plans presented.
Juiiifs at the World's Fair.
Chicago, Sept. Ui). Yesterday and today
are "off days" at the World's fair that
is to say that except a reception at Done
gal castle in Midway to Dublin's mayor
ywterduy there were no special events
scheduled. There was a crash at the re
ception. The Massachusetts managers
gave u reception last night at Hancock
House to the foreign commissioners. The
paid admissions yesterday were 175,734.
Meetiiig of Spiritualists.
Chicago, Sept. U9. The national con
vention of Spiritualist met In this city
with 160 delegates, representing twenty
seven states, in attendance. H. D. Bar
rett, of New York, presided. Committee
reports and other routine business occu
! ! d the day's session.
MANIAC BELCEN'S WORK.
Mr. Lewis' Case the Mutt Serious of All
Chicago, Sept. -.--It turns out that
the wound Mrs. Lewi, received from the
pistol of the maniac I .el leu in the board
of t.ade is not a flesh 'vouad, but that the
bullet penetrated th back and lodged
near the spine, causing internal hemor
rhage at:d certain d-ath if not removed.
The removal w.is a de licit e and )ossibly
fatal operation but. was a "dernier ressort"'
and was pei formed, le iving' Mrs. Iewi in
a very serioi condition.
A. M. liem:e:t is about as he was
Wedwsday night. The physicians decline
to priict the result if the wound. Ke
rne, va I of the ball h is been abandoned,
there being less dan--e- in permitting it to
becoiiieeiii Vsled. ltowell is improving.
Bidden, the homiihbil lunatic, has been,
bound over in a b ind i f tl i.u.K). lie mar
ried l is employer's da lgl-.ter at Camden.
I'll., in lSti, and lelt 1 er three years later.
His wife learning tha: he was insane pro
cured a divoitv and later married an
other man. Belden was unaware of this
until he went to Camden for a reconcilia
tion and discovered t li.it he was oic too
PUT A GAG ON THE PRESS
I'.eeuu.e He l'r. fers That the Courts
Slioulil Trv Cast's.
Boston, Sept. Vhe injunction laid
upon the newspapers y Judge Barker, of
the supreme court, fi rbidding any report
or comment in the breach of promise case
of Vau Houten vs. MtTr, was obeyed aud
tho morning papers continued no report
of the case. Judge Barker's action is now
the talk of the town. Among lawyers it
is lielieved that there has been an under
standing among justices of courts that
"uereafter cases are to be tried in the
courts and not in the lewsp.ipers," as one
of the legal fraternity ;uts it.
Judge Barker has been on the sup: erne
bench two years, having teeu promoted
from the superior court by Goveruor Kus
sell in July, I Mil, to fill the vacancy caused
by the death of Justice William Allen. He
is a Kepublicau.and fo-merly served in Ha
state legislature as a representative from
rittsfield. In lsso he was selei ted a dele
gate to the national Uepublican conveii
j tion. One who is ideLtified with the case
J says the reason for tl e judge's nc'ionis
1 that it is suspected tht the case is one of
f Another nt fi r .l:iUtoiie.
iuMinN, sept. -"J. i lie executive com
mittee of the Metropo! tan Kadical Federa
tion proposes that the following resolution
shall lie acted upon at the meeting of the
federation, which is to take place Oct. 4.
aud that the resolut .on, when adopted,
shall ha forwarded t all cabinet minis
ters: "The Metropolitan Kadical Federa
tion desires you to dei line any iuvitatiou
to banquets promoted by the city corpora
tions or guilds on Lord Mayor's day in or
der that you should Lot lx made a party
to the continued abuieof property held
for the public good by those bodies."
Another Tough Shot to lu-atli.
Clin ACO, Sept. L".. After shooting and
seriously wounding three men James Mc
(irath, a notorious w-st side character,
was shot twice and killed instantly by the
Maxwell street oflicers. The injured are:
Officer Mi :hael Flemming, shot in the calf
of the leg; Thomas Bei ham, shot through
the head by McGrath, will die; Edward
Jackson, shot iu the bridge of the uose.
The first shooting was he result of a quar
rel between McGrath and Ikeham.
Clerelsiul Will Not He I'resent.
Chicaoo, Sept. tr.i. 1'resident Cleveland
will not participate i l the exercises of
Chicago day at the fair on Oct. t. A letter
from his private Secretary has been re
ceived at the mayor's otlice, in which it
was stated that while the president had
bolted to be present peisonally at the exer
cises his public duties 'ind cares must pre
clude the pleasure of an acceptance of the
J'uunii in Old To .vn in Lreece.
Pauls, Sept. "'J. The KYlair announces
1 that an entire town, consisting of a num-
ber of streets, houses, etc., has been un
earthed ne'ir Laurium, a promontory and
hill range forming tin southeast portion
of Attica in Greece. In uncient days the
silver aud lead mines of Laurium were
very important; their refuse ores are still
Has Mulrn About S40.O00.
Sauk Ce.ntkk, Minn.. Sept. 21. A. II.
Pettit, alderman of the First ward, presi
dent of the Bryant library association
aud also president of the Sauk Center
Building und Loan ussociation, left for
Chicago four weeks ago.ostensibly for tho
World's fair, but has not siuce la-en herd
of, and is reported sliort about f4'.,iKW.
No Saloonists in the K. of 1.
ST. -Paul, Sept. . The fight of the
saloonkeepers of Minnesota to secure
recognition by the Knij hts of Pythias has
ended iu defeat. The n atter was brought
to a test during the three days supreme
council, aud the liquor luen were forbidden
to enter the order by a vote of 31 to 10.
Mob Idea of Mo'-al Reform.
Cl1:ksvillk, Tenn , Sept. 2". Sam
Jones w as here recently and nearly every
body joined the chur:h. The result is
that the moral citizens orgauized a pro
cession and bounced all the lewd women
from the town, sending them to Memphis
and other places!
It in Made by a Rainmaker.
TOPEKA, Kas., Sept 29. The recent
rains in the Cherokee S.rip are.claimed by
the officials of the Chicago, Rock Island
and Pacific Railway col lpany to be the re
sult of the experiments made by the com
pany's professional rainmaker, C. kB.
Record la tha tTmss ball Arena.
CHICAOO, Sept. Ss9. Stores at base ball
made by League clubs are as follows: At
Cleveland Philadelphia 10, Cleveland 11;
at Pittsburg New Yotk 4, Pittsburg 7;
at Cincinnati Washington 4, Cincinnati
The Ubiquitous Train Robber
Finally Taken In.
BUN TO EARTH AT THE QUEEN CITY.
Making; the Whole or the Gang; Who Failed
So Badly at Centralis, III., Now in the
Law' Grip A Man and Girl Held at
iCeudallville, Ind., for the Ketsler llold
I'p Uevilisti Deed of a Dastard
Cincinnati, Sept. &i. Josephs. Hardin,
one of the Cent ralia (Ills.) train robbers,
the police claim, has been captured iu this
city. He had been traced from St. Louis
toKflingham, Ills., where his people live, by
Detectives Smith ami Alexander, who were
working on the robbery, thence toStauton,
Ind., thence to Carlisle avenue, this
city. Detective White followed him here,
and aided by Detectives Wittee and Bul
wer surrounded the house. Wit'.e stood
by the door and gave a signal to his com
rades. Hardin was met coming down
stairs. Witte covered Hardin with a re
volver and the man threw up his hands.
"I'm done for," he said. "Why di lu't you
bring- a cannon?"' He will be takeu to
Cent ralia. He gave the name of Kayut
the Carlisle avenue house.
Alleged Kessler Kohllcr Held.
Aim i:x, hid., S.-pt. -a John Conners
and Kva Flint have been bound over to
the Noble county grand jury as a part of
the gang that held up and robbed the
Lake s-hore ana Michigan Southern ex
press train on the night of tlie lltb at
Kessler. The preliminary trial was held in
Mayor Marcy's o!lice at Ketidallville. Con
uers was arrested Tuesday last at Butler,
Ind., on a warrant sworn out by Silas Mat
terson, s;ccial agent of the Ijike Shore
railway. Conners is a section hand on the
railroad at Butier, employed by his brother-in-law
Joiin Hornet, who is foreman on
the section. Conuers is a single man, and
iu the trial appeared to be au honest one.
Kva Flint, who was also put under arrest,
has been keeping company with Conners
for the last, two years.
HUNTING FOR A FIEND.
He Kills an 11 -Year-Old Child Kerause
He "Loved Her:'
Wli.LlA.Mslil in;, O., Sept. VJ. Eieven-year-old
lna Warnian, of this place, was
fatally shot by Milo Wilson, a laborer.
Wilson w;as attached to the little girl aud
had often said that if he could not marry
her he would kill her. He came upon his
baby sweetheart playing upon the rail
road tr..ck iu front of her father's house.
He had just left the little girl's mother, to
whom he repeated his old threat.
The mother started to warn her daugh
ter to tlee, but Wilson reached the child
first and fired two shots, one taking effect
in hei back aud the other in her left arm.
He then made his esca;te to the woods. A
posse of angered citizens are searching for
Wilson, and if capt ured he will undoubt
edly be lynched. The sheriff is also out
with a posse, but the citizens greatly out
number the officers and will enforce a
speedy vengeance upon the wretch. The
little girl cannot recover.
A Miscarriage of .lustlre.
Bili.MlNi ii am, AU., S. pt. -V. William
Bell has been released from prison here,
where he whs conlined on a sentence of
death for murder. Tne real murderer
was uuotiu-r William Bell, who after com
mitting the crime came here aud professed
great piety, Isiug made a deneou in a
church. He was caught a few nights
ago committing a theft and his
head blown oil. Captain Woodhridge,
of Memphis, car: e here and swore that the
convicted man was working for him at
Memphis w hen the murder was commit
ted, and other evidence developed proving
conclusively that the man whose head was
blown off was the real murderer. It was
a case of mistaken indentity.
lio They Kter t'ateli Train Wrerkers?
MolilLE, Ala., Sept. 29. A deliberate
traiu wrecking has occurred on the L. aud
X. at Gulfport, Miss. A switch lock had
been removed and thrown away and the
switch set so as to insure a collision, which
took place and resulted in the death of
three tramps and the wounding of Engin
eer Frank Colli u about the head and shoul
ders, while Fireman George Morgan is fa
tally hurt. Mail Ageut Curro has his head
crushed, and Mail Agent Hughes is hurt
internally. There is no clue to the mis
creant. Left to the Manuger.
Chicago, Sept. 29. General passenger
agents of the Central Traffic association
roads have 'decided to leave the general
managers to deal with the question of re
duced rates from points iu the east for
Chicago day at the World's fair. It was
the general managers that arranged the
Made the Turk Art Promptly.
NEW Y'ouk, Sept. 29. Prompt action
on the part of the United Stages govern
ment has compelled the Turkish authori
ties to adopt radical measures to avenge
the outrage perpetrated upon Miss Annie
Melton, an American missionary of the
Presbyterian board in MosuL who was at
tacked on the night of June 14 last.
Valuable Residence Burned.
Pout Cu ESTER, X. Y., Sept. 29. The
residence of W. S. Lawsou, a well-known
stock broker, was destroyed by fire. The
loss ou building and couteuts, which in
cluded a number of valuable paintings, is
estimated at $yu,KXi.
Men Get Hack to Work.
Tol'EKA, Kas., Sept. 29. Nearly all of
the men who were laid off during the
financial depression have returned to
work in the Atchison, Topeka and Santa
Fe machine shops in this city and at other
points along the system.
He First Imported Ah Sin.
North Adams, Mass., Sept 29. c. T.
Sampson, aged 67, a veteran Bhoe manu
facturer and oue time famous all over the
country as the first importer of Chinese
contract lsbor, is dead.
Gave Him a Life Term.
CHICAOO, Sept. 29. Lucien Brown, a 16-year-old
colored boy who shot and ;killed
Albert Lyons on July 4 last, was sentenced
to a term of imprisonment for life In
Judge Tut bill's court.
Caa Get Along; Without Him.
Arkansas City, Kas., Sept. a. Three
Fingered Jack, a noted desperado, died at
Winfield from gunshot wounds received
at Perry in a gambling den a few nights
BAD ACCIDENT ON THE "Q.r
An Kneineer Killed and Kleven l'eron
Sti:kaiU. Ills., Sept. 29. A head-end
collision occurred on the Fox Kiver branch
of the Chicago, Burlington aud Quincj
railway four miles north of this city be
tween two freight trains. F.ngineer Grib
bell, of Aurora, was killed and the follow
ing others hurt: Kngineer Lumsden, ol
Aurora, f.ot crushed and inter
nal injuries; Ai chur Fields, of Ot
taa, shoulder broken and inter
nal injuries; Hev. Zipper, Ottawa, se
vere internal injuries; Mary Kanough,
aged 9, leg broken; John Kanough, wife:
and daughter Annie, c.it about the fact
and internal injuries: Adam Clouse, se
vere internal injuries; Jasper Kuple, brake
man, Aurora, severely cut about the head;
Mrs. Cora Ft-tzer. Ottawa, cut about the
head and face; Mrs. Verner, Ottawa, in
Bill H ilton and his gang are now re
ported at Wagoner, I. T.
A Chicago and Northwestern passenger
train and a work train collided near Cres
cent City, l.i., and two workmen Bert
J.ieksou and Korea Peterson were killed.
An incendiary nr.- c.ius.-d .1Jii,0iIO dam
age to the Srint.t Fe hotel at Emporia,
Philadelphia manuf iig urei-s are prepar
ing n circular to be sent to the silver ad-v.K-ates
in the L nited States senate propos
ing a compromise for mutual protection.
The Cigarmakers' International union,
in session at Milwaukee, lias p .sseil resolu
tions indorsing Governor Al'geld's action
in pardoning the Chicago anarchists.
Judge Jenkins, at Milwaukee, has ap
pointed Henry F. Whitcomb and Howard
Morris as receive s f,,r the Wisconsin Cen
tral railroad. Tne action is the result of
the cancellation of the le.ise to the North
Obituary: At Buffalo, Charles G. Cur
tiss. At Hilisboro, til., iiev. W. K.
1 hompson, aged S".
The McCague Savings bank at Omaha,
Ne'o., has reopened after nearly fuur
months with closed doors.
Connecticut's new ami-oleomargarine
law is so stri' t. that only two licenses to
s-ll oleoma ivariue have been taken out in
the entire state.
Diphtheria has again appeared in Terre
Haute, Ind., and the citizens fear a recur
rence of last year's deadly epidemic.
In a personal encounter over a lawsuit
lietweets them at lloidhouse. Ills., Chan.
Hopkins stabbed Kiijad Arrimiell, who
died in ten minutes.
By a prairie lire in ti'e we-teru par) of
the Cherokee strip several hundred set
tlers lost wagons, tei.ts and horses and a
xiumlicr lost the.r lives.
By order of Mayor Mosby the police have
made a canvass of Cincinuatiand find that
employment is being tiven to nearly the
full standard capacity of establishments in
John H. McBride has begun suit iu the
United Slates court at Ues Mjincs, la., to
recover royalties agmvgat '.i f VJu',000 on
an attachment to a saiky plow, for which,
he says, he was grant -d a patent in 1S75.
Uobt. E. Preston, m o! 1 employe of the
treasii y.v. Wash!nto'i has been appointed
director ol 1 he i-::ut.
A prairie ti;v live miles south of Belvi
dere, Boone county. Ills., started on the
iariii of Louis r-nirley from burning brush
and spread over farm lands tor four or live
miles, destroying farm buildings and hay
and straw stacks.
The latest reported attempt at train rou
bery was near McKee.-port, Pa., on the B.
and O. There was iUJ.ooo on the train,
but the ofhia!s had word and let the rob
bers know it and the latter got away.
The grand jury at Chicago has found
thirteen indictments against F. W. Smith,
Oscar C. Churchill and D. Brown, for an
alleged wholesale system of arson.
To Tax Nobody Hut Millionaires.
Toi'KKA, Kan., Sept. 29. A meeting of
the leaders in the movement for a grad
uated estate tax. Lieutenant Governor
Daniels' scheme for making millionaires
lie.ar all the burden of taxation, is to be
held here next Thursday.
JjitelhgenceColum n .
RE YOU IN N EED?
Want a conk
Want a partner
Want a situation
Want to rent rooms
Want a servant girl
Want to fell a lartn
Want to sell a hiv,ie
Want to rxclianpe antbfnr
M'ant te sell household" (roods
Want to make any real estate lnain"
Want to sell or irade for anything
Wunt to find customer for anything
VSE TIIEsE COLUMNS".
rHK UAILYAKGVS DELIVERED AT YOUR
uoor every evenine for 1SS4C per Keck.
PROPOSALS FOR FRESH VEGETABLES
Heaiiijuarters department of the Misfouri Office
Ch;ef C'ommissiirv of ubs(stenee, Ch'caizo. 1111
noi. Auenst it'Xi. Pealed proposal, in trip
licate, will be reeeivel at this oflVe until 12
o'clock, m.. Monday, the 2d day of October, is".t:i,
at wl,icb time and place they will be opened ill
i resence of Udders for the furnifhio!: aud deliv
ery of such quantities of fresh potitoec and
onions as may be recjuirel In- tbe Subsistence
Department. V. S. Atmy. at Fort Bradv. Miclil
gan. Eort Leavenworih. K'.mt-as. Fort Mackinac.
Michigan. Foit Reno. Oklahoma Territory, Fort
Riley. Kansas. Fort heridau. Illinois, Fort Sill,
Oklahoma Territory, Fort Supplv. In ian Terri
tory, Fort Wayne. Michigan, liutiamipolls ArM--na,
Ii.daina, Jefferson Barracks. Missanii.and
Rock Island Arsenal. Illinois, dur;ni' the time
commencing December 1, is'.sS, und ending June
:), lsil. ProiKsals will be rece ved up 'to and
opened at the same hour attbeevrr.l posts by
the respective commissaries of such posts, each
P'st commissary receiving ppoals For his own
pest only, blank for proposa's and circular of
instructions to bidders. eiv.Dfr full iDformation as
te tlie quality ot vegetables ieiuirtd, iminsp of
biddiiiK. conditions to be observed bv bidders,
and terms of contract and payment, will be fur
nlhedon application to this otlice or to the .Act
ing Commissary of Subsistence at any post. The
Government reserves the right to reject any or
all proposals. Envelopes containing proposa's
should be nurked "Proposal for Fresh Vegeta
ble," and addressed to tbe undersigned, or to
the Acting Commissary of Subsistence at the
iMist bid for. J. H. Oilman, Major and C. S.,
U. t Army, t hief Commissary of bubiistctce.
let HM -
Under the mai agetneut of
CHAS. T. KINDT.
Attraction every evening and Bunday after
noon. ' Band Concerts, Wednesday, Fridays and Sun
days. Eleeant meal at alt hours at 35c, 50c and c.
Order by Telephone No. LfcrO.
V V 1
JHE undersigned firm has just opened a
Retail Department on their spacious Third
Floor where they carry a large and com
plete stock of Blankets and Comforters.
Anybody intending to purchase anything in
the above mentioned line will do well in
calling on us.
King, Hasler, Schwentser.-
DRY GOODS COMPANY.
217, 2m W. Second St., DAVENPORT,
Tinware And JIocsk
1612 BECOND AVENUE.
Always Keep Step fi the Times.
We have taken advantage of tte war now raging
among the Etching Publishers, and will sell
Fifty Remarque Proof Etchings
At 25c Each, on Saturday, Sept. 2).
THIS IS FOR ONE DAY ONLY. We also Lave
some new and tasty mcnldirjgs suitable for franiin:
them at a very low price. Do not fail to keep step with
jour neigh bciv, and come and secure one of these
pictures on Saturday.
Ik m4 J
ROCK ISLAND, ILL
FAIR AND ART SI OR?.
WE ARE SHOWING THE
GRANDEST ARRAY OF
KrtT exbibiteil ia the city. A
the newest and latest t-'.T".-both
forcijrn and tloniestie. Tin"
st-lcs are exclusively our
Humlrcils of trim mod hat- i"
choose from, from the very mi
eiensive to the richest mad-'.
Our Cloak Department is seeuii'l
to none. HaTinjr carefullv -o-leeted
our stoelc from the fashion
centers of the world, we are pre
pared to show- a most elegant
Fall and Winter Cloaks.
114 WEST SECOND STREET,