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- iYi.i' W -i ' ; M HlHI M'l ktJ 1 HI 1 1 11 1 1 1 IMM'I III 111 1 111 1 11 i 1 IIDIlHi i'MJrutt'V 'o'd'a'c r uccc The Store That Makes Good Easter Hats For Men See Our $3.00 Hats -M-M-H-M l X'V't LOOISVIIiTTE liTVK STOCK. Louisville, Ky., A.prll 3 K 'attic inccclipls 100; 2fJ7. 0 Hogs llocolpts 1,700; 4fffl0 , Sheep and lambs HccclptH 50; t lie ;mnrlct unchanged. ., NEW YOUIC IMtODUGK. Ncv York. April 3. Flour Dull and unchnngcil. (Pork Firm; mep lSSjUa.fiO. ILanJ Cjule; eentrlfugnls, OB loot, '4.30; muscovado, 89 tost, 3.80; refined (pilot; cut louf 0.20; ortmhoil cao; powdered G.4505.G0; granulated 6.35 HJC.4C. Coffee-nio No. 7 On tho spot 14 3-1 ?14 7-8. Tallow Steady; ally C 1-8; country fi 3-40C 1-4. liny Firm; Iprltno 1.40; No. 3 1.15 fi.1.20; clovol' 1.0C (0)1.25. Dressed poultry Quiet; turkoys 13 ?22; chlckonn ld43X!!l I-.'; fowls 11 (ft 1C 1-2; ducks HI 22. iUvo poultry Qulot; ero I) 10; ducks 17; fywls 13 3-1'lR; turkey jrfi)20; roosters 0; chickens 13. hoosc irirmor; fttnto milk, ooiii mioii to special, 1'7 l-liifM!) 1-2; ltlm romtrton to npeeialit, 7 12 1G; full aklniH G(T. lUuttcr Bteridy; rocolpta G.O.I.V, crCMWaFy:,J?x.lr.'t',.3iy fctUto- Tlfllry" luto lM(f(31; Imitation creamery firsts 20, PlpS UhnettloiT; . rmlolpts 2T.3'J2J non'rny whlto filnfay 2ii24iil-2; nour bv mixed fancy 21W22; fresh , llnttf 20 i-22i 1-2. CHICAGO IiIVK STOCK. Chlcngo, April 3. IIorb Hecelpts 23. 0P0; mmkPt shade higher, steady; mix ed nnd Imtelicra 7.70ft8.0."i; good hoavy 7 708.05; rough lionvy 7.70fl)7.8C; light 7.C08; pigs 5.3507.CG. Cntt'c Uecolpts 13,500; market sto ndy to 10c higher; bcovos CSOfiSTG; cows nnd heifers 2.50576.70; stookors and feeders 4.I0JIC.G0; Toxana 4.C0 G.90; calves Gtfr8.7G. Sheep Itecolpta 20,000; markOt Btcady, sliarto lilKhor; natlvo PJiCGO; Wotcrn 4,G.0ftp.GO; lambs, nutjvo G.G5 "7.83; western i.,GqtZ. cryciNNATr Mvnsrbcic. Cincinnati,, April 3. Cattlo Itecolptff "ill; market' active and higher; ship pers GGJ;7,3."i. Calvcs-MarkQt,, steady; extra 009-25. JJogs ltecelptii,2,00S: nmikot 5c lpw cr; good to choice, pnekors and butch era 8;lSfi8.i;(h- - vlpiUvi)t.iliHiiHiBilt,.iJ 1. . -,- 1.T... ..Mn o o- Lamus .Mantel sieuuy, u,i .. EAST nUFFAl'O MVE BTOOK. East lluffnlo, N. Y., April 3. fnt- c neceopts 100 heart; marKot rair- Mv ootivo. fllcady; prltno steora 1.2s r Slucp and lnmta 5 cftra; wool 8 top, clips 7 lop. K'llUs 150; 9,50 top. l'lTTSUUltO IjIVE stock. Pitiliur'g, Fa , Aiprll , -Cattle llccpiptrt light; nmrkot stiiidy; choice 7.7u(f8; giod 77.10r fulf G.75iiG.2G; enl calen 9 09 50. Khopp and lambs lllccalpta light; market Btcady; prime wothora 5.30 f50; good mixed mffiSC; fair mixed 4.'50fP I 85; Inrnllm ! (07; spring lamba 10(1? 14. lloiri ltpeelpts light; markpt ac tlvo; iprlmo heiivy ih(is 8.3508.40; modlumH 8.3508.10; heavy yorkeru 8.36n)S.0; light yorkew SIJS.l'G: P'g3 7.2507 GO; rougha 707.40; stags 00 G,25. OHIOAdO GItAtN. Chicago, A7ril 3,-HCIose Wheat May doAvh 1-1; .Tuij' down 5-8: Corn May djwn 5-t; July down 2-S. Oala 'May down 3-8; July dowil 1-2. 'Provision lower. ' Whoat May,, open 1.01, cIdro 1.01 3-4; July, opou 9G, eloso 95 3-8. Oorn iMuy, upon 75 3-4, olmirt 75 1-R; July, open 7j 1-4, clcso 71 7-8. Oats 'May, open i5, close G4 5-8;f July, open 60 3-8, dloso 49 7-8. j Fork May, ohan 17.15, closo 17.17; July, ip3ii 17 80, cIoho 17.57. Lard 'May, open 10.12, closo 9.97; July, opHii 10.H2, closo 10.15. Hlba t.My, open 9.80, elogo 9.C7; July, opo'i 10.05, closo 9.90, TOLEDO OltAlN. TtdoJi, 0 April 3. Whoat Cash 1.00 7-3; May 1.01 3-4; July 97 1-8; Heptombcr 3G 5-8. Corn Cash 75 1-4; May 7G 1-2; July 7G 1-1; Soptombor 75 3-1. Oats K'anh 57; MUy 57 l-l; July 52 1-4; Sop'oanbor 44 1-8.' Ityo Cash 92. Cloverdoed Cosh 12.G0; April 12.00; October 8.97 1-2; No. 2, 12.40; No. 3, 12 25; rojected 12.05. Alslke Cash 12.50; August 8.00. Timothy Cash and April G.50. lluttoc, Offgj and' hay Unchanged. LOCAL GTIAIN MAUKRT. Wheat Corn .. Oaiu F. flcott, dipt. Sc-otfrt Wile. London, Apt II 3. .Mrs. "K tvv.t(QjirottAaacxii conlldunt today yot bo recognized or of tho Antarctic, despite tho fact that his Norwegian rival, Captain Amundsun, was llrst to reach the "gloat linll." "I am not worried about tho cod- 0 7.85; butichor grades 307. I tain's safety," sho said. "On tho oth- Oalvcs llrcolrt GuO head; market jior Ultn i um vory giud that ho has ictlve, 25c higher; cull t0 tOjiqico C4"'UwlIud' hlmsalf of thfi opportunity to 75. V ' romain In th0 south until th0 objects Sheep nnd lambs Ttecelpla 5,000 t ... O.v,itlon. which was ono of head; market notlvo, 15025c higher; gc.0lUlo research, aro accomplished, cholco lambs 8.4008.50; cull to falrfij um mlro that ,lo g()t to tj, ,)olo m 708: yearlings 707.40; shoep 3G.G0f Jummry uiihough thero i no chanco Hogs UwointB 1,700; market nc-jt,mt M w,n got uny xuither aiows tlve, 1O0UGO higher; yorkors R.3BW f frolIl ,,,, thlB yuur, Ana wnon nu THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1912. J4 ,i JUDICIAL REFORM AND Oilier Propositions Before Ithe Con. Con A Thrust at Sunday Ball and Sab- Tmtli Breaking. (United 1'rcsH Lnaned Wire.) OolumUus, O., April 3. The constl tutlonnl convention itodny tool: up tho (lilestlon of Judicial re-form. Judge I'eck, of Itnmltton pountv, chnlrman of tho Judiciary eommlttep, declared that tho ippoplo aro demand luff (ulckor Justice. He sold the nu ipromo court or Ohio 1 umtully front two to live yonro behind In Its doiltot Tho proposctl before the convention ohnnges tho nnmo of the clwitlt coin t to that of the "court of rlpippals," and gives that court final Jurisdiction In all oases except thoo Involving con stitutional (itlostlons, tho life KcntciKo or tho death penalty. It also provides thr.t all Judges of jtupremo court must agree boforo an act of the legislature phall (l)o declared unconstitutional. 'Tho convention today faced the pro rosltlon of giving tho legislature the right to ostnbllah iv stato bureau irt lnsuranco to Iakiio fire, life, accident or.d othor lusurnnco. . Tho proposition enmo In the shape of an arnondmorft .by Delegate Stevem of TusonKiwns county, to tho Miller proposal to glvo to tho state the right to Insure Its property In mutual coin wil). ''Tho Inmirnneo monopoly l the greafet In tho state," charged DpIp guld Woods, of i.Modlna county. 'Tim peoplo aro children In lis hands." When tho stato Insurance plan wn ) rt.Hfliited Uio onventlon Immediately sent lh6 ylioln proposition back to eompiTfttoe, winro Iho matter of slate control mid stato Insurance will Din threshed out. A plrbllc hearing will be held next Tuesday nfght on tho proposal of Dolegutii -Miller of Fairfield countv lo iprotect tho "moral, religious atvl ttplrltunl nature ami chrlsiiau clmr uoter of tho tiaUbalh." Tho prtfosul Is Intended, It Is ad mitted, to knock out Sundav baseball and other fiuudny amusements In Ohio A number of men spoke boforo the educational oommlUeo today In favor of tho proposul, ainonx them Ilov. A S Grogg, ClevoUind, superintendent of tho American Civic Reform union. on to greater oxertlon. Our campaign henceforth will bo onu of education of tho working clns.s to n. realization of tho fact that thero is a way out of tho down-trodden condition In which It now Is." 'Uongor also predicted .Socialist vic tory Iivtho noxt municipal campaign What Hading n)H. , Jubilant over his olcctlon. Mayor olcct Hading today mado tho following stntement: "This morning wo mark tho ibogln nlnir of a now wra for Milwaukee. This ovovwhurnilng- victory -lt-tn4en 4iy- mo PAGE THREE ilprqrTrnpsuprimtelytQAnoanhutitflSffi that hor husband will oosircs non-pnrusun uuniuumrimmi u as tho rcul conquer- municipal affairs. Tho taxpayers arq onitltlcd to Bomothlng much bett thnn having their money cjiponded nromoto tho propaganda of nny lltical faith. They aro ontltled toBt dollar's worth of sorvleo for every d ar thoy aro cullod upon to pay, ami tho non-partisan offlclals-eloct stafflj Plodirodkto glvo thorn that." : Uadlng was former health connnUj sinner undor Ueeker, tho "boy mayorij' Tho now admlnlstnitlon will tnko ofTIco April 1G. 8.40; pigs 7.5007.75; mixed 8.30W.of Ulo d(ita thlU 8.40; heavy R.2r.fj8.3u; 7.60f stags G.GO0O. , roughs 70 llr.inilcls' Aniil.sls of Vote. Washington, April 3. Analyzing tho Ln Follotto victory In Wisconsin. s gotliorea nro "" '.",""" : , , , . , m found that tho lMvla D- "randols todny declare..l tho CLEVELAND LIVE STOCK. Cleveland, April 3. Hogs 1,000; lOo higher; hoavloR 7.9008: york ors, mixed and lights 8.20; pigs 7.25. Tattle. 10 ears; stoadv a (, he gathered nro ........lli..l It ...111 t.n t .. .. .. i..-.. i i.. i... voto was "not an Idle compliment to ' greatly aided and that tho moro fact n favorlto son but significant 11 tho f lit- juugmoni. 01 mo peopiu in " buhu havo known La Folietto ror bu yoaru. 'I .unnl t.. m.iv 1li.it thnr.i ni.vor wn. "T 10 gloatOSt PKOplPJU HOW ooioro .tho allghtost inUntlon on tho part of. tho Amoilcnn peoplo Is tho demand for miv liutfliiiiwl In rue. fur llln nnln . ' ROC a JUBtICO OlUl JIlllllBiriai liuillj 1 of being llrs't to tho polo was of , tie consequence, ' Motorcycle Increased Business 50 i"Wlth a motorcyelo I In wreased my 'bilflnees GO (per cent In 8 months." So Bays John 11. Ttallton, a anlvoston, Toxas, roofing contractor. Wltl his motorcyelo h0 wont W from job to Jii in unit um tlmo and nt ono-thlrd tho cost of a horso, Uio says ho gained 31 pounds too. Hoalth and prosperity! What tho motorcycle did for Itnllton, It can do .for you. Let un show you how and why. Como in or wrlto for details. The Cycle Inn E. Mill .St., NtAar yUU. KALIMI C. ZHOUNT, Agt. Tho ILMtLEV-DAVIS anil Tho FLYING JIEUKLE tt n3S233UWIBK32a lie went south with a fcclcutlflo ox pedltlon which had for Its object tho clearing up of tho unknown copdl 'tlons In tho Antai-ctlc." Cnptliiucd from Pago One. voten, Mllwaukto's Socialist city ad nilulHtmtlon, watclica rr the past two ciiru 'by tho enilre nation, 1.s cllml noted tod yertorduy Ipg, fusion mayoralty candidate, eloct oil over 'Mayor Kmll Kchloi by a ma jorlty of 11,802 votos, Lnmr'i liffimlnta p.ilil "Our worklnlf- UM.VII ....... ..... --. wr . men enjoy political liberty, but In tho main aro subject to lndusttlal djo- Jspotlsm nnd soolol InJUBtlcee, whlqh, Under tho tnuuH, ha become particiM nry oppiesslvo. , A largo pait of pm4 working people nro working and living undor conditions Inconsistent wltjt American ntnndnrds or liloals and In deed with humanity Itsolf. . "Tho condition of a liu-go body op tho otool wotkeis, tolling 12 hourHJn. day, sovon dnys In a woolc at low than ; tho enure nation, la cllml-1 "." nu""" '" """:," ----" ,day. Complete returns from "vliiff wagos-whllo tho stool trust ox y'n voting allow Dr. C A. IJad- ncled fiom tho consuiners In ton years T ? ? ? T t f t ? ? t ? ? T f T T ? T f f f f T t ? ; f t f t T ? ? f iti THINGS FOR A HOMELIKE HOME The necessities of home comforts and many luxuries are easily se cured by coming to our Big Liberal Store and selecting your furnishings from our mammoth stock of High Grade Merchandise. tv I a , vPsypwWiv y ft Parlor, Suits, Divans, Davenpoifcs, odd Parlor Chairs and Music Cabinets. Our carpet department is overstocked with Druggetts, Rugs, Linoleums, Oilcloth, Mattings Rope Portiers, Draperies, Couch Covers, Laco Curtains and Shades. Remember your credit is good for any article in our store. Statuary C&is and Pictures Mirrors Toilet Sets Plate Racks Drop End Art Pottery Chairs and Book Cass Costumers Electric Medicine and Shaving Cabinets IlZf! KIM Wn lite k iifiiiii''l II liillll m trg m 4 Dining Tables, China Closets, Side Boards, Buffets and Dining Chairs. Library Chairs Clocks Reading Divans Dichej Couches Rockers- Lamps Morris Turkish Chairs Roman Library Tables Cases itxiZ Don't Forget Our 3-Room Outfit for $79 on Easy THE HOOVER-ROWLANDS CO, Easy Torms and Low Prices. Ranges, Stoves and Headers. Makers of Happy Homes 111 North Main Street Always Better and Cheaper Hero. Why Pay More? ;jMfc t T ? T T t f t f f f f f T . t f r T T f f r f f f ; t t t t t v it-':-?, ,?4m.4'a.4...aa. - - -- -- -- -- -' - "v ' - ' - Go-Carts, English Carriages, Ollapa'Jble Carts and Per ambulators, Childr e Cribs, High Chairs Baby Walkers. n ' s and WW Terms. that La l7olette Ihih oorrU.l Uio statrt by a larger m.iJor,lt than ho ovpi' beforo rocolved. ..'jvmoi dUir . : will go four to one In hl favpr. Jivery ,La Fpllotto delegato 1ms liQwn elooted without doubt , "Concornlng the fact tjipt there wa no actlvo spunk Inrf campaign oivl thut tho cntlro campiigu wa ooniliK'le.l on behalf of nil dthimtes (Or llpiiutnr li '.Uette at an pmc oCaiout ?l.coo throughout the Mit- outlilo of Mil waukee, tho n-uiis iro vary hUniil-ennt." Contliiued rioni 1'ago One. last night with $1 Out) worth of llvo stock, whl li had J n picked up at various polnti. Tn steamor plough ed Its way over n li f.'Pms nud In tho midst of the IIimi.1 f.iuml n man, his wlfo nnd a limby tuulilled on a scaf fold wlllch hud bi'i n uuMt nffar their hopso. Tho w.it i wiiB then two foot from tho ei i ff -r 1 Up they re fused to leavc their homo. Condition ut I1U1 nmh, Ky., wero critical today. Tin- p uts iunt by flor ornor McClenry and tho government will rot reach tluri until this nf tornoon owing to tin delay of trains, and tho suffering is littcnuo. The town In undor ton foil nf wntor nnd It is Impossible fur the local nuthorltioa nn illlnola Central, engine, tasting thd joadlied for washouts) plungod1 Itlto . device fiO feet deep,' The dead: " . II. r. Dupoystor, onglneer, of Kill ton. K Davis, flroman, Jackon, Tonti. J. A. Honry, or Jackson, Tonn. Slnco tho Mlsalwlppl and tributary iir. ams reached alarming flood staged two days ago, traffic on tho illlnola 'entrnl and other roads to tho north ha .been practically abandoned. AVhoi tho haavy rain of yosterday abated last night, tho railroads beenn preparations to rostoro traffic. Tho engine wns sent out nt daylight to locato points that needed immediate repair. vj 5 Tho truck gavo way under tho weight of tho locomotive, hurling It bottomi-sldo reward Into r, gully, llo cuujo of tho undormlnetl condition of the earth tho engine cannot bo recov ered Inunodlntoly although the bodies (t tho crow aro being dug out by a largp force of mon. Continued mi 1'ago Two, HUM! Contlnucil fiom Vno Ono, got tired or Joy, can I?" Oraduallj, the Suiters swilled to a veritable recep tion Tho trial, In spite of asstatancc, has to caro for tho 3.000 mado homeloaa: p"t tho family lu-.ivlly. The fruit led lo the h"i r..:.". f the tuil bj a prmbablo two ilnu. f'onxlnccji Hint the Juiy wa with lur, the nttornc , fur tiu dcletim? boldly cut their fct .ior In '.o nmj threw' uwn tne li h . : ..' It, i .--1 . lag yeatenltiy mnrnin.. On the llrirt SmiII.h t.'. ' t . 1 ft to I for acquittal. Ai.otoer t, i Hot tulvon at once tood 1 1 to 1 for ..ilt- to. I Tho Jurors then ate mipper nnd returned for tho Unnl ballot .waECsrssKHwv AA-waxacarEi!" m TO"C!r MAPLE SUGAR anil It Is (lru go. id Hi:.l liKTTUCK (;ki:i:n oxioxs riti.v iJiTiTiTci: Kiisnns Ml,ll OAim.UJK I'AHSI.KV I'AltSXIl'S EVERY DAY fust telephone 130. mm Jhim'OooJioClot HP AMMANN'S Hardware For good results spraying use in n Shermn- ui:u: xv mictmo "Lime-Sulphur' Spraying Solubion Get a free booklet The CASH IKffiiK f mi WW6 Hardware I .....a...a. a. iiiii-iiti' "" i?itAo''e'??At'?fff V- v""V"VvV"'vvV' '"" CuiRate Meat Market Buehler Bros. 122 East Center Street years moro thrill HrwUMnu.tMW in excess ot a llbonil return on tio capital orlgin nllv Invonted-ls ono of Iho lemslts i', .i ... . ... Control of tho municipal council or tills lauuwrini aioiuusm. n is wuh also taken from tho- Socialists obvious tfat present conditions enn Tho now body consists of 2fi non-pnr- not continue. IClthor our .peoplo will tisnn aldormon aii'J It Socialists, fourloso their political liplopondonco or .:. of tho latter being held Over. Joseph they will ncnulro Industrial ludopond- V. Carney, non-partisan oamlldato for enco. ,o cannot exist half freo nnd city troasuror, and Xouls M. Koteckl, .half slavo. Tho lirolilom. as how to remove thoso flagrant abuses of our Industrial system, how to iteeuro In dustrinl lllferty whllo proservlng what Is good In. our Institutions tho onorgjj,, ' entorprlso, and persistence obaructQRr ! Istlc or Americans." Ij Continuing, nmndols declared thai Ia vFollotto pnsflossod the necessary by tho flood. ' Tin oo l.hi's l,o-, IFulton, Ky, April .1. Three mon lest their lives near lure today when sturo waa sacrificed for ready iah and with both Mr. and Mrs Hall broken ln health, a heavy burden falls on fleorgo, tho oldest son. I'Yar of a breakdown 1y Mrs Ilajl . (.. .. .. A .. A .. .. A ... . .. . , ., ,, A i ... ly ,. y y .., , y y y y y ... ... y y y y y y I . .. . . A .A A A A A A A V V V V V ' ' V V V V V V (: comptroller, wero elected by majori ties of over 11!, 000 votes. Solder Optlmlnllc. Mayor Bmll Soldol was optlmistto today over tho dofoat or JiIh iparty. Commenting on tho fnct that tho So cialists polled SO, 200 votos against the combination of llopublioans and Dem ocrats of 43,001, tho former pattern-' ,t,a f lnn.Wshin. i3I maker doclaroj tho Socialists will ro- ' .,...., . , ' turn to olflco two years hence. Con-l,T"0 vnl VOftcrday ho assortoa. j. grossman Victor U Ilorgor, who led "expresses tho dollbernto conviction of U tho Socialists' campaign, said: "This Jtlwn or a gront : commonwealth rovcrso will only spur tho Socialists that nobort M. I.a Jollotto Is by ,, cnnracier ami noiuiy arm opunenou v Just White "Muhuck" ived fitato of.Ohlo. City of .Toledo. Uicas i,H,ro ..UT ' " . ' ' . , County, bs: , nont, with tho,gravo nnd fiindumontql : , Frank J, Cheney malfeB oath that piobloms boforo tho American pcop'p.! ho Is senior imrtnor of the. nrm of F. T1 t ill(1m0,,t i9 of Banineniico bo-'5' J Cheney & Co.. doing business in tho 1,,nt J"ug"m is or Bigniucnii9o do- . Cltv of ToltUo. Countv and SPito ivforo. cause It wns rendered .In a stnto whoro v satu, nmitiM ,'I'"'I5V,'' tViVS Pollottfl hns been known In public Hum or ONI) HUNDJtKP PC-UjAHS ... - , vmlp. i,,11Bn it wn for enoh and everv case or Catarrh llro roc "" scars, nccauso it woa that cannot bo cured by tho uao of rendered by his follow citizens who Hall's Catarrh Cure. inK obstinately combatted 111 FUANIC J. OHENRY. I,nnclples and policies, but finally bo inTu&09Ta$"$tt& ?" convinced or their wisdom and ccinbor, A D., 1880. ijustlce and Joining with lilni. have (Seal) A. W. QbTSASpN. rondo their stato tho loader or progros- irall's Oatnrrh Cure Is taken Inter- mvo tliotiBht in America. nnllv. and acta dlrcctlv on ho Iblood ... . - " and mucous sunfacfta pf tho eyatom. Send for testimonials free. 1'' J OHRNRY & ltJ. iV)ledo, O. SoM1 by all nnigglsts, 7fic. Tnko uairs lentil y vuw or con. Btlpattop. J i t A A A A A A ' V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V e-g v Sr A -! 'V lllnlno'A Slatemeiit. I.;. Stato flonator John J. Tllalne. who : eo inn jjii l'uiii'iiu i-imiuiiL mr ni-i.-- a gates, snld today "Keporls from overy dlMrh-t Itidic ito I Tan Button Boots $3, $3.50 and $'1.00 Also a new Tan Buck Button Boot I (a beauiy) JOHN STOLL SHOE CO. l-hX'''Wf':"W"X'"H';''''HS'M'fH'!''vW'Wv) 1 OVlrl AiN JlJN JjlVVyiZJ. SJ?vinn 1 s Brook Club Whishey Poneta Wines & Brandy Moerleins Cincinnati Beer Pabst Malt Tonic PURITY ! AM. f T ? T t T t oonn no ipt'o nn t LliftUUfli ULUU EJIL1 1 iJ UUd A r r X 126 N. Main St. Goods Delivered Phone 1639 J IIJm5T t A. V Perfumery- Tlio I.ady or Man who Is particular Hilda In this stock of lilglt grade Por tiimcs, u Huo of odors that aro fro.' ernnt una truo to nnmo, nnil nppoiu t0 her ecnso.of rcflnoment. TArnONEItY $- KZ.-R' i"'A - "1