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THE OHIOAOO HSO-XjES.
unv nw iri'i i ,11. t nf ilu Milne f Ml "i -r t'.iuntiiit: f tirm'ii ili:iui;.'i in I'hl i.iiii nt imic, tin isiiupiUiy lin ii total r III. si" imihot tlfteeti In l'.M. Tlu' iiiiMptiii.v ha -."."i lulled if uiiilciu'imuul sti.t wndult and tin.'.':!! milt", of tin ileianmml win. t'lul'T nil the tliiiiiiiHiniu'cs, tlu fill- .ia 'IMcplioiic Company limy lv tiui ur.tttilitul n an lii'tltnil -ii tlmi N up-lo-ikitt' iiml imii' tlimi kccplni: pace u i!li tlii siiviwtli of the city mill tin ilviiuiiiiK tliiii'ti.v made iinn II. 'I'l'f urtiiul Jury ha ln'lil cluht union men chatted with rlntltu: ilurlnu' the trlkf m tin- line of tin t'lilcnuo City Katlwiiy inul ut the plmit or tin Kcl liiuc Swltclilm.ti-.luud Supply Company. Inn It 1iii m rat' nppiiK'iitly failed tn take iiftloti mi tin Miicuixttlniit present ed lty I'oieniMli Xjo of the liccctulicr body. Till inn) come Inter, however. t'lilcami theatergoer hould not f cr uet that tho cheap t!iV mill biiuKo m-tlM who unfortunately coiiMltuto the nuijorlty In tho i 'lty I'munll have "tiii-kni out of tin now tltc ordinance the pttivlloii rm automatic prliiklii! mill iai:o ciititrm-iloti. 'I'liK N to ul- low the theater piopli- n chance to Intake money mul tho public to take chance mralii. I.. Y. Sherman, of Aden hill nunc, iittiickltii: the iitliulnWtratlou of t.ov enter Ynte only c.iltc iiiitiHcmciit. Sprlnmli'lil Im tn tho scene of tin not Koptibllciin State couciitlnii ami tho ihito Used N .May l''ih. Of cntiro IVorla. who wat a competitor for the convention. I mail, hut thou l'eoila mImiiiIiI icineiuber Unit a convention, niiy inoi'o than a limn, cannot lu In two place at olio tliiio. Ono or tho lnt prcclii-i made nt tho licpuhllciili livifi:iiv wit tlltlt ilo llvcivil liy .luiltro Hmii'iy. 'I'lii' .Indue N nlwny fot-ii'iiil. oplirriiniiiatlo anil l'loilll'llt. Tin -o-i-alloil i-i'foi'i'iiiluiii tii'tltlnn now uolni: tho tntind will only luivo tho effect of tlll I urt her ilelnylnu' the 'I'ttli'llli'lit of the overlaxtlni: ttaetlnll iUclloll. William Kamlolpli Ucnrf presiiien. tlal Iiodiii I tlll urowlujr. A iittiiilici' of Itlii meetings have heeli sched uleil for tho ronilnj: week ami Hearst club tiro bclnjr established In all the ward. All fair-minded, hiiiiimio eltleu hope that tho mnvemeiit to irlvo the member of tho I'lro Department remi lar mul shorter hours will he success ful. I'lve hours In foriy-olsht off duty U eniel treatment for these hard uorkeil faithful pulille servants. It Is feareil. however, that a permaiieiit ad justment of this mlevaiiee may ho Im polble until thi" elty Is o plaeeil llnmieliilly as to ho utile to luerease tho furee. It lines not Innk as If .Itnlito Tuthlll's lilllll!.' Will have the elleet of keeping the tluilliiK'nf tin roller's Jury from holm.' presenteil to the kiiiiiiI Jury. Aeeoi-illim to the liasls of represen tation mtnpteil hy the Kepuhlliaii State t'ninilllttee. Cnok County will have lit tle over live llllllilli'il ileh'Kates. Ae eonllUU' tn tills It would look as If the claim lately helm; made liy some of the local lamlhlates will have to hi innilltleil snmewliat. Hon. Inn It. Carter will repeat the splendid reenrd made hy his preileces Mr us President of the Mralnap' Hoard. He Is an uhle. uprlu'lit and consclcn Hulls pulille olllelal. Alliert i 111 IT. tin.- will-klinwu reiuelll pavlm.' contractor. I- niiimitr the must popular il ml respected eltlxeiih of 'III- i'iiko. lie N a man who conducts an hounruhlo mid Miccc-sful hiislue-s and who fullllN liU contracts and enirau'e- iiicjits In the letter and -jdi'It. Hon. Tlinuuis A. Smyth In render. e.cejelil service to the aihlle as a moiuhiT of tho ltralnaue Hoard, lie l-nhlo. eonselemlnusund uprl'.'lit, faith ful In the dlscluiiifi' of his duties and always loyal to the lutirtMs of Un people. .Mr. Tlionias Lynch Is one of ('Idea- pi's most respieted lilslli-s null, lit is rep. etcil hy the entire hulllls.x colli- miinlty mid N peroiially well liked and popular with all who know him. The Keeley lll'ewlll Cinip.lliy holds a foremost place ainont' the greatest hllllles concerns of Chicago. It Well ileerve. the siici es and poperily vWilch has marked lt nirec:-. .Mr. Wanl It. Saw) or ha I n ap point! d .Miis.r In Clianccry of the Su perior Court of Cook County. IIHiioU. ll.V .lllllL'C KlhrlllL'e Hauie.. to silececd MoriN St. I'. Thomas. .Mr. S.iw)er Is tin- m,ii of former -Suite Senator Louis ., sinVycr. of l.a Salle County, ami N a hrlirht and prom-i-inu' youir- lawyer of the Chicago har. He was rah-.-d on a faun janr Siniitor. III., mid pnnhiatid liom ihe Streator I lisrlt SchiMil and liom the Northwest ern I 'nlverlty with Hi ct honor In .en rial M'liolaishlp and specl.il honors In mathematics anil Killtl-al economy. , .'riidimted fnun the Chlciii.'o Colli".-!- oi Law. and the miiih- )ir had a mas ier' ilojrreo innfen'ed iiioii him hy hl ilina mater. U and auntlier yount' at lornoy orlu'huitul Urn Chlcau'o Cone spoiiilence School of Law, which has vtiawi to ho a promliiuit Institution. He was pififi-sfr of mil i-state law III tills) s-jiool until he seven d Ills i-nle liis-tloil hecailso of pressure of other IiilltlejM. I'olltlcally he Is ii Itepllh-li'-an. and lie Js 11 meniher of several prominent chilis mid of the Itcta Theta I'l College l-'nitcrnlty. .Mr. Sawyer 11 sldes on the South Side, at 'J f It; Mich-Is-'im avenue. Ho was uttoniiy for the I'ttlillc Admlnlstrntor of Cook County for several j-nri. as well in. Iieln-.' at torney for Mitral lar.-e coi'puratluii-. muoui: them lulnjr the Alalimun Steel Wile Conn ritlon. of which he Is v . ntni) Mr Sawyer's olllees aie In the riot National Hank l'-ulliltie.-. Thomas M lloyue Is a lawyer who Is iiitti'li lespccteil hy hoth helich mul har. He would make a Urst-clu. Judue of the Superior Colllt. lion, lllhrlilue I lance) Is admittedly one of the soundest lawyeis on the heiich of Cook County. He Is a careful and at the same time a most e.pcdl tlotis Jtttlp'. Hon. .Iiiliu .1. lianlieiL' has proved himself 1111 utile and enni-lciitlntls puli lle servant. He Is one of the hest ('utility Treasiireis ('00k County has ever had. Indue l.ockwooil llollole does credit to the Cook dimity heiich. Kilwln A 01011. 1 lie well-known and popular law. voi. who I now prominent ly Uleiltl'Hletl lor State's A (tut III')', Is one of the ximiiL'ist men so f-n- men. tloiud for the olllce. Mr. ONoti Is hi the prime of life, having heeu horn In Cuinhrliltt-o. III., Jift llihty-llve years au'n. He has iisideil In Chlcauo ovir fotiitivu )iiu. mul has ihiilui: that time made a hot of pergonal and po litical friends. Mr. OUon studied law In this elt) and was adiulttnl to the h.ir In IN-'. In the conduct of his clhnts huse.s In the courts of Conk County .Mr. 011111 has proM-n hliuolf a urittt lawyer and an clmpii'iit advocate. Mr. Olsoll has novel- held liillille of- lice, hut Im het-n always ttiicrctitl In pulille allah's mid in the welfme of the community. As counsel foe Hie Scauillii .Mutual I. He Iiixuianee Cniupaiiy he has demonstrated In a luaiknl ilejriiM his alilllty as a -omtueiclal lawyer, while as a pleader hefote heiich or Jury li: has tew MpniN lit this e'.ty. Mr. OImiii Is a t hilly-second ihyrn .Mumiii mid alo a protulueiil meuilier of the Odd fellow. As a ieldeiit of the Thlity-llr-t Ward .Mr. Olson lias won ili. coiilldenci ami r-'sjiect of all citizens. He Is 11 nietiiiiir oi the ward oftraui.aUoii, and has always h on prominent In nmtleis alTeetiug the wi Hare of tlie community .Mr. Olson Is tilted hy tralnliiu' and tern licrnuicul In nniko an Ideal Stoic's- At tnriiey. mid If given the nomination lie will lie tl'Ilimphillllly elected. CouKiessuian William I'. Maliouy will undoubtedly he re-ected from the Klu'htli Coii!;ressoiuil Hlstrlci. Mr. .John c. King, the poiular and successful lawyer. Is much talked of for a Judicial nomination this year, Ills name would add strength tn any ticket mi which It might appear. lion. I.. H. Conilce has 11 splendid record In pulille ami professional life. As a member of the State Senate he won the approbation of the pulille. while as 11 practicing attorney he has 110 superior. He will doubtless he one of the Itepiihlh-mi nominees for Su perlor Court Judge. Hon. William Hale Tiiouipsoii has a llrst-elass record as a member of tho Coiluly Hoard. He would prove a strong mul popular candidate for Pres ident of that body. Ahleruian l.'eorge K. Schmidt will he re-elected from the Twenty-fourth Ward. The people of that ward were never hotter or more faithfully ropre. setitcd In the City Council than they are hy Mr. Schmidt. Thirty-fourth Ward iieinocrats are strongly In favor of the nomination of Iteiijainlu .1. tilasor for Alderman. With .Mr. (.laser the nomination would he equivalent to election. Charles ('. llroyor Is 0110 of the most IMipular business men on the West Side. UN well-known pliiiiihlug ostah lisliiuellt at IN" West Division street Is olio of the llot e.'.tellslve of Its kind III the city. Mr. I'rcilellck Schullx, of the Well known Unit of SchtiltK ,v Hlrsch. Is one of the most active and useful mem ber- of tin' West Park Hoard. Olio of the must slltTes,flll bllsllie- Itriiis In Chicago N tin- National The Proof Palm Cniporatlou. I'mlcr tin cM'clhttr management of Its aide i-oc rotary, Mr. (iiorgi; I'. .lolniston, Its lai-lne-s s dally giowlug amf piii-pei lug. Through the uo of Its tire pi oof palm mid solution all eombii-tlbte fab lie known aie roudnriil Impervious to the iismilts of that dreadful demon, lire. The tiro proof solution being a transparent, odorless liquid, s effective for Use 011 nearly everything used hi iiinl about public ami private building-, such as laee and cloth curtain, drap erltv. Inn lap-, sks. eiirpoti. wood wink, etc., without any danger of stain ing or harming the matt rial hi any way. It Is easily applied; the artlelt to ho treat 11 1 simply rcipilu- to ho thor oughly Miliirated and allowed to dry naturally. It s ot groat value In thai It will ab-oliitely prevent lire finm spi ending where It would otherwise gain a foothold, and this wonderful m lutlon poMe the ipiallty of liuifiiiv lug the lire-retarding feature with age, Instead of deteriorating, as do tie many so-called the proof Milutloiis that are on tho market to-day. Mr. liisirge Mills linger, the able and popular attorney and master In chancery, will probably be one of the Democratic nominees to tho Superior Court bench. lie posses!-!, all tho qualities to make ail excellent .lllilgn, mid he would proven strong candidate before the people. .Mr. Stilliiiau II. .In 111D-s.Mi1 Is among the able-t masters in chancery In Chi eago. He is a brilliant lawyer and advocate -llldge Philip Stein's re-elect o to the Circuit Conn heinli is assured, ( lias tho reputation of being one of the gientest lawyers 011 the bench and Is This Is the Mayor Who Did Not Enforce the Building and Fire Ordi nances, and Who Appointed Politicians to the Head of the yr"'"' Building Department in Violation of the Law. Section IHiS of the ordinance creating the Department of Hulhllngs, says: "There I heiehy created the nllloe of Coininlsslouor of Hulhllngs. who shall ho tho head of ald Department of Hiilldlngs, mul SHAM, UK AN KXPKItlKNCHD AKCIIITHCT Oil HI'll.DKIt. Now whom did Carter II. llurrloii appoint mid hold as head of this most Important department for six yours of Ids term'.' .limit's MoAndrews mul Peter Klolhasa neither of whom was either an architect or 11 litilhler. Mr. MeAtitlrcws was a most agreeable gentleman mid courteous olllelal. hut he was not mi architect or 11 build er. Ills hiislnoss oNporlonoo was hi iissin-liitloii with his father in the metal business. He was appointed Coininls slouor of Hulhllngs because Mr. Harrison needed Ids political a!stimcc. Mr. Klnlbassii was never an architect nor hulldor. He was' a piilleciumi In IS"-; 11 elork In the Custom House for niiiiiy years; a Itoprescntutlvo In the Legislature, City Treasurer mul Ahleruian. His only "outside Ihi1iiohs" was "real estate mul Insurance." Ho was appointed hy .Mr. Ilarrioii bocmio of his alleged control of tho Polish vote. Harrison Is the only .Mayor who has persistently violated the ordinance flouting tills oltleo. Hero mo the records of the Mayors mul Hiilldlngs Commissioners for the past tvvetily-llvo yours. Mayor. Harrison Senior. 1ST'.) 1S87 .lohn A.'ltocho. 1.SS- issti Dowitt C. Crrglor. 1SS1I 1MM Ilcmiistead Washliiiriio. 1NH-ISPII Harrlsoti Senior. ISiCt .- .lohn P. Ilupklus. isjki ISiir, s. II. Klsondratli Vrehlteot Oeorge It. Swill. ISP." IStl" loscph Downey Hulldor Cartel' II. Harrison. IS'.IT ItiDI Initios .MoAndrews Politics 11M1 mill! : Peter Klolbussa Polities llltil! lliiKI C. 11. Harrison dieting) Polities HKL't Ceiirgi' Williams , Hulldor During the Klolhassti administration. St. Luke's Sanitarium, the Lincoln Hotel mul other places burned up with groat loss of life. Hut when the groat pulille outcry against Ids holding the Hulhllng Cnininlsslonorshlp went lilt, Klolhassti resigned that Job mul was promptly appointed to another Job us member of the Local Hoard of Im provements salary !?4.."i(io per year. He is there yet. During Harrison's noniulinlnlstratlon the Orphoiuu Theater burned. Ilni'tii-r tin, lli,aiiit ii.tlhlf.nl nilniltilxlriilti.il ,if tltn llllll.llliir I li.lml't me lit llin f 'rillllntilil rl'llitll.il tilOMli-.l nil. ........p, .,., ..,..,-.... ....... the whole place being destroyed In 11 heeu 1,1111 lives would have been lost til least. After every fatal lire uniler the present Harrison administration, the City Counell has gone Into hysterics with ainondinoiits to the .building ordinance. The published records of the Council proceedings hour this fact out. W'limi flit. '.tvi III. nu til lilnu nvot Ilitoi-'S Weill no lis ltsiliil. So they will go 011 now. The Iroquois victims will remain unavenged mul will soon ho forgotten liy Mayor Harrison and his gang of elieap Aldermen. Hut (ion now nmilw gnives mul the same number of desolated homos will continue to cry for ven geance! Following are the provisions of the Illinois laws and the eharter of the oily of C'liloiigo itndoi' which tho Mayor Is responsible: . (ienoral Duties See. 10: "W tOinll perform all such dutlon as or tuny he prescribed hy law or hy Hip city ordl imnePM. AND SHALL TAKK .UK THAT THK LAWS AND OHDINAN.Ons AUK 1'AITHFI'LLY KNTOllCKD." Starr .V Curllss statutes, ehap. l!l, on Cities, etc., art. II., par. IM. page (ISl. Mlsfeiismioe of Mayor or Oilier Ollloor See. VI: "In ease the Mayor or other niunlolpnl nllloor shall nt any time ho guilty of a palpable omission f duty, or shall wilfully ami corruptly he guilty of oppression, inulcoiitlitct, or misfeasance in the discharge of the duties of his olllce, he shall ho liable tn Indictment in any court of competent Jurisdiction, mid, 011 conviction, shall bo lined In a sum not exceeding $1,000, mul the court In which such conviction shall ho hud shall outer an order removing such ollloor from olllce." iiovv one of the members of the branch Appellate Court, lie Is popular with all wings of the Democracy and lias the coiilldoueo and rospoot of the peo ple regm dies of puny. Hon. Oliver II. Hortnii has built up a splendid pr.ielleo since his retire ment from the bench. Ilo made a grand record as Judge oi the Circuit Court, mid Is one of Chicago's most Useful and rospecled cltb'.cll. Mr. I'. C. Haley has no superior and few equals as a lawyer ill this Slate. As counsel for the Drainage Hoard ho has been uniformly successful lu han dling Its lltlgatl Hon. Joseph A. O'DoiiiioII will prob ably ho one of the Democratic candi dates for Judge of the Superior Court. Then- will ho no doubt about his nom ination if lie euros to accept. Ills elee tl ill would be ceitalll. Mr. Walter S. Hoglo stands In the front iniiks of the city's 1110-1 respect oil business men. As president of the Crescent Coal mid Mining Cniupuiiy he lias proven himself mi uhle man of affairs. As a citizen lie has the re sped of the entire community. The Itepulillcaus of the Thirteenth Ward will In all probability nominate Alfred 1:. Hair for alderman this spring. Mr. Harr Is a leading lawyer, mid would make a ch-mi-cut. capable lepresontatlvo of the people In the City Council. Hon. Cyril It. Jmulus, who made such an excellent record as a member of Die Slate Senate, Is likely to he the DoiunoruUc candidate for Congress In tho I'l ft 1 1 District. His uoiiiliiatlou would mean his election. Hon. Miles Kehoe lias done honor to tlio magisterial bench of Cook Colin ty. He Is a Hue lawyer and 11 11 uhle mul conscientious Justice of the Peace. .'orinor Alih-rinan Kdwanl Mucllioo fer, whoo record in the Counell Is without a Haw, would make a strong ami winning candidate for Coroner 011 tho Itcptihllciii ticket, Ilo Is among REMEMBER! .arW-Siju&s mih " t Hitildlug Couimlsslouoi MoMimlor Klrklmiil W. .1. Kdhronke .... lohn M. Dunpliy.... Louis O'Neill Mulrovv .1. Toulon .... n few minutes. Fortunately there was no the most popular bu-lue-s men 011 the North Side. Hon. Aluior Smith made one of the best records of liny Judge who ever sat oil the bench of Cook County. He Is prominently mentioned for oie of the llcpuhllcmi nomination for Supe rior Court -llldge, Dr. V. ('. Price, who ha a national reputation ns u leader of the pure-fond movement, has the esteem of the busi ness world and of the ontlie commun ity. i'or glass signs of all kinds the well known tlriu of Tweed .V Hun, lilts ami .'too West Madison street, Is without, a rival. It Is one of tho largest con cerns In the glass sign business in the country and gives Its patrons the host value mid assured satisfaction AH kinds of frame work iiiaiiufacturcd on the premises. Mr. John I ladle, who Is now promi nently mentioned for Congress, Is prop, ably one uf the host known and most popular business men In chlcauo, .Mr. Dadle Is Secretary mid Treasurer of the William -I. Mnxley Cniupuiiy. W. W. Wheolook, the well known mul popular attorney for the Hoaid of Klectloii Commissioners, Is ono of the strongest men In tho Itopuhllcmi party of Cook County. Ills name would aihl strength to the county ticket in next fall's campaign. Mr. F. M. McCarten would prove a capable representative In tho Coun cil of the people of the Twoiity-llrst Ward. i Is making 11 strung light for the Democratic nomination, mul Is hacked by the best people in the wan'. Hon. Adams A. Hoodrlch Is a leader of tho Chicago bar. Ho Is a Demo crat of whom the paity Is proud and 11 tlio! Useful mill ptlbllo-splrlted cltl xcii. Hon. M. K. Hunt would undoubted ly ho re-elected to tlio Legislature If lie care to accept tho Douiocratle iioiu- rn2v.Jfcfc. j Occupation. ...Architect ...Architect Hulldor Hulldor Hulldor ... .... .-. ..,-. pcifoiinanci- ut tho time. If then) hail luatloii and make the race. He is a bright and successful lawyer, and was j ,.., ,f, ill.' Illirl 111-. 'I III llll'IIOICIS 01 Oil.. .,. .1... ,.,...1. .1.1...',. I ........1 . tui' 1.11 (ienoral Assembly. (lustavus J. Tutgo Is strongly bucket! for one of tin Deuioorutlo Judicial nom ination. Formal announcement of the elec tion of tills year mid the olllees to ho voted for in Cook County has boon Is sued by tho Hoard of Klootlnu Coin- nils-loners. On April ." will bo chosen thlrly-tlvo Aldermen. 0110 for .each ward. On Nov. S the ballot will cover twenty-four presidential electors, ten Hopre.tontiitlvps In Congress, (Jovernor, Lieutenant (.lovornor, Soeretary of State, State Auditor, State Treasurer, Attorney (Ienoral, tbreo university trustees, three Stato Senators, llfty four Itepreseiitatlvps in (ienoral As sembly, State's Attorney, Hocnrdor, Clerk of the Superior Court, Clerk of tho Circuit Court, County Coroner, President of tho County Hoard, tiftoon County CoiiiinlssIonoiH, one member of tho Hoard of Ilurluw. ono liioinher of tho Ion nl of Assessors, six Judges of tlio .Superior Court mul 11 County Sur veyor. I-'ingo Hrothers, IIP Dearborn. 1 supply the host article in the Hue of shoos in tlio market. The material Is i good, the workmanship superior, mid I thorough satisfaction guaranteed, Mr. I'mil l'ohl, tlio lending wolsd beer blower of tho United Stntes, is ono of tlio most popular citizens ot Chicago. Ho In uffublo In his innnnors, KQUiiro In his ileulingfl mid punctual In his appolntmoiits. Ho Iiuh repcatodly declined political honors, being content with Ida rapidly growing business. Tom Murray's gents' furnishing oh tlihlishnipnt nt .Clark street and Jack sou boulevard, Is one of tlio best of Its kind lu Chicago. It Is up to data In every respect, and tho shirts which tiro of Tom Murray's own nniko luivo Hindu the place famous. "Old Cascade" la In good hands. Thompson Hrothers, the popular turf men, luivo It on tlm inurUet, and that means success, Your Wife Your Mother or Your Sister Would be to pleated to have a WHIILER WIL SON "D-9" Family law Ing Machine. 'aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaav SMtHtAaaaaaavKsKlv l 'vlaBa""iiv. '.: - - i - - - : - - :"i - ' - 4'M:''H'H''i Al II I snonnana in une Hour Kemnrhnble rcMilts arc obtained by Mm. Lena A. White' Voice Shorthand itystem. Over 1,400 graduates placed In good paying positions in less than three years. I IN 40 TO 6O DAYS MRS. LENA A. WHITE I Guarantees to make you an EXPERT STEN0O5APHER and TYPEWRITER or will refund your miney If hIic fall to make the above claim pood. Thousands of students have mcmorliretl her entire shorthand system in one hour. Mrs. White secures S12 to $18 per week position for her pradu atcs. Individual Instruction by the author. School inino.t clrtfnnt quarters In Chicago. Marvelous increase In liusl ncss, thcschoolhavlnpr had to enlarge its quartern thrcctfcnc since locating In the Flue Arts Building three year ago. WHITE'S COLLEGE SUITE 734-706 FINE ARTS BUILDING 203 Michigan Ave., - CHBGACOi W"M''K'-.iK"i- Leading Members of the Bar Ward B. Sawyer Attorney at Law Matter in Chancery Superior Court First National Bank Bldg. 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A ileleatu to ConurusM from tlio PlillliipluuH woulil Give her the means to make home coinfnrtnlili' ntni ilii'i-rful. It Is your iluty to Hull 1 111 her Imnti-ii. Ymi will lie well mmlcl fur ttic nmll outlay. If "lie tins n M-nltig IiiihIiIiii- now Hint runs liiinl, lii'cnkn tliroml mul iii-i-dli- nlnl I t'onthninlly trittlng out of outer, ex-chinim- It for ono thnt never rnlta to servo you, unit xoMom tu-eiN rcimlrti. Our "I)-f" iniicliliie Im new. It It llglit. It Ik Rtronir. It linn mi shuttle, tin vl lirntliiif motion tn 1IIM111I1 the nilJuM-tut-tit. It Ik 11 IiIbIi grnitt', tileli hiocc1 in I'hliip, iiiiintriiclrd on the Wlu-i-lrr & Wilson Itotnry Hook Principle, mnitc of tho rcry fluent mul tient iiinlerlnlg liy export nicclinnli n. Ilrforo tdivInK our fnrtory It In closely Inniici'tpd mul Mb tolttPtl tn the sevrrrftt tent" tn prnro ttn quality nnd (insure tlio iiurchascra of full alue for every cent of their money. The "I)-n" will wive you time unit money. 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