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THE AKGrTTS, MOXDAY, SEPTE5IBER 12, 1898.
"VTA XTKT GTRf.. FOR HOUSEWOHK AT
f T w euty-ttiird htreet.
"V"ANTEI-A fJIRf. TO DO fiEN'EBAL
it boUHCirorlc at 21'3 ourth avenue.
"VtTANTF.D DISHWASHER AT THE COM-
mercisu noteL uerman Kin preierrea.
From Extreme Nervousness.
-LARGE HOY FOR HABD
Call after 0 o'clock. Lewis
HTAKTU)-HY MAN AND WIFE PART
V furnished hmitf for lijrht boiwekeep-1
lnif- Aocrtwi "lwemy, law oince.
"WANTED TWO GOOD HUSTLERS TO
T T ril installment specialties balarv or
overnure, 1J13 iJeeond
cirnmisrb. I- W.
avenue. Rock Inland.
TASTED-BOARDKRS AT 3I2H TWEN
tlelh street. Hoard and room 17
and board f3.so: mea's -M centx: six side dishes.
!-ert, pie. cake and French bome-baked
bread and bent coffee.
W'ANTFD TO TRADE WHAT HAVE YOTJ
M to oner for $5.0iA Block of good In
country s ore? IXiiotr tjood business, proprie
tor sirk and must sell or trade. Gordon ft
T AXTKD-OSE OR TWO ROOMS FOR
litrtit riounekeepin with a private fam
ily, located between Twelfth and Twenty
nixtb tpeet. Address immediately to -J. M ,'
care Alien Myen & Co.
WAXTEC-AT ONCE A FEW LADY
TV and irent lenven canvaMKent to work this
c:ty. Moline and Davenport on salary and Coin
miviun. No ".ipital required. Call before 8
a. in. and after S p. m. 1. E Harris. I.VJ5 Fourth
avenue. Mrs. Kistler's boarding bouse.
WANTED A I'LACE TO BOARD FOR
an 1 1-year-old boy of quiet disposition
nr.d able to dress and take care of himself.
He will attend school and can make himself
usefi'l and companionable Willing to pay
small hoard. A ddresa -X. Y. Z.." care of The
A no cm.
"XrANTKI TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
T T moi.ds. watches. Jewelry, hardware,
musical instrument, bicycle, clotbintr. dry
frKMlH. furniture, etc. Highest cash prices
paid for second band Koods of nl kinds also.
Tbi; lmve Koods for kale at half the usual
store prices. All business transactions strictly
confinential. His new number and location.
VKl Second avenue. Don't forget It. J. W.
Jones. Two rlntfs on
Mysterious Disappearance of John
McClade, of Davenport,
and a Boat.
THREE MEN START ACEOSS BITER.
Don a store.
XlOIt RKST -THREE OFFICE
J- over 17i)0 Third avenue.
I rooms, wi
TT'OK KI.'N'T Nff'K
-I localt'l. ApijIv
.' .nl Moult.
to John T. Stallord,
f rr r:t r.sin.
for man an I u:f
l:E.VT THE STANDARD C.LL'H
TjIOK SALE TWO GOOD HUILDINO LOTS.
-M- Kixl.fl feet, near C.,
bargain. ti -.
His i. depot.
'.''OI'NI A HOY'S COAT. ON SECOND I
. uvcniie r iudcr can have same by calling"
: T)l ABM'S i. Hire and paving costs.
SALE CHKAI'. MANTLE AND
times. 1 jifjiiire at Simon A Mosenfelder's.
L'tUt SALHKAI' AND ON EASY
-T terms rt lots, two In the heart of the city
ai.cl four in Columbia t'urk. by John Ohlweiler.
IjtOK SALE NINE-ACRE FRUIT FARM.
JLr All kind ol rnut: Kood bullding-a; near I
town. A bargain for some one If taken aoon.
Gordon &. llogrman.
:-TVO HALF ACRE LOTS IN
Sou'b Rock Island.
A bargain if taken at on.-e. Apply to Gewrice
f . ttoiu. jaasonic lernpie.
X Wt-bb s sul-divisi(n.
-L. f.trni near
Its of fruit. To be
fM cheap lo settle an estate. Here Is a bar
train cbeau for cash. No trade. Gordon &
How man. -
IfTOR SALE COAL IN ANY QUANTITY i
of 60 bushels or over at tZ.oO per ton. de
livered C. O. D. to any part of the city. Leave
order at Omrrroli b)M barber anop. Rook
laiMoa. or uo james, uiian.
IrHJR SALE CHE P U)TS IN M MAS.
. ter s addition. old baseball irrounds. These
lots will be sold from fio upward: (.mail
amount down, bulance on lonir tim-5 at A per
rent. Keldy li.ots, room 4, Mitchell & Lynde I
IH5R SALE A NEAT OFFICE CABINET
X with about 00 diSerent slide, suitable for
clinft legal blanks or any description of paper
in cat torm to re kept in tnape tor writing.
A comprehensive Index eonnected. Just the
thing for any office with contracts, etc., to
Ble. Address u. K. c. care or I BB ARGra.
OST-A PAIR OF GOLD FRAME NOSE
classes, between Fourteenth street und I
the postotltce on Second avenue. F:nder
leave at AK;1 sortlee and be rewarded.
SOLICITORS WANTEI LADIES OR GEV-
tlemcnforour complete sets of Juvenile
ltiMiks for the b lidavs. Each set hits four I
IxMiks irraded t;r lit tie ones to rrown-up folks.
Each tsMjk clisriniuu-. uelU'Otrul. catuivatlnir.
lViees ranne from '. to tiSO. Lare lxsks. I
oveirlom inif with harpy illustrat ious. Tre-I
ineudms st'lli-rs. Not hint? like tbem. Ftmr I
months' iroklen harvest for enertretic work-I
en. Credit Kiven. hYei;ht paid. Hiutrest com
mtssions. tut:it with samples of ail four books I
free. Send twelve 2-ceni tamis tor pavlni;
part onlv of the Mst:v'e alone. l:rop all trash
und clear " a month with our exclusive Ju
venile, the National Hook Concern, juve-
uile depart nit nt. I bk'aru.
j. c mnoT.
X B RKIOT.
7 III- ik i" ' i'V
Own Tvur Ham aa4 Hon it niunt.
Insurance and Loans,
n.Kii 4. Mitchell & I.vn.le Cuilding
THAT no one remedy can contain the
elements necessary to cure all diseas
es. Is a fact well known to everyone.
Dr. Miles' Syttcm ot Bestorative RemeHes
consists of seven distinctively different
preparations, each for its own purpose.
Mrs. L. C. Bromley, 27 Henry SU, St. Cath
erines, Ontario, writes: "For years I suf
fered from extreme nervousness and annoy
ing constipation, developing into palpitation
and weakness of the heart. I was unable to
sleep, suffered much from headache, pain in
my left side, palpitation and a constant
feeling of weakness and prostration. I began
using Dr. Miles' Nervine, Heart Cure and
Nerve and Liver Pills and the Anti-Fain
Fills to relieve sndden paroxysms cf paia
and headache. I soon felt much Improved
and the pains and aches and weariness left
me. I then took Dr. Miles Restorative
Tonic and am now restored to my former
nr. .allies iicnaeaies k
are sold by all drug-
uiiuur a puciwvc
euarantee. first bottle i
. J X t, J, I?- Rest ore
funded. Book on dis-,
eases of the heart and Hat"
nerves free. Address, fcii7ipViiriafeaiwaM
IU. MILES MEDICAL CO.. fcikhart, lnd.
"tr-OR RENT OFFICE ROOM OVER DAVID
lOK KENT DESIRAIILK HOUSE LARGE
-I yard. ltS. cy Sixth ave.
Ixjard, at 10
The Skiff Begin to Leak, Two Swim
to a Place of Safety and the Third
I Supposed to Have Gone Down lis
Cries For Help, list It Provos to He
Mystery surrountls' the disappear
ance of a man and a boat in the Mis
sissippi river just below the Crescent
bruise Saturday night, and while all
efforts toward recovering cither have
proved fruitless, there is still doubt
whether a drowning attended the
Fred McClade is the one whose
body, it is thought, rests beneath
the cold anil merciless waves of the
stream. Joseph Gildea and V. I'.
Parker, who were also occupants of
the boat, escajed.
The three had bean drinking heav
ily. McClade and Gildea came over
from Davenport, where lioth matte
their homes, in a skiff alout 8 o'clock
Saturday evening, landing on the
shore in the west end of the city.
They were joined by l'arker, who is
employed on the Crescent bridge, and
boards at 701 Fourth avenue. They
proceeded to celebrate, and it was
nearly midnight when they staggered
to the river intent on making the trip
across. They had failed to lock their
own boat, and during their absence it
had been stolen. Another nearby,
belon'jin'; to James Thomas, was
pushed into the stream, and the
three men piled in. It was soon
discovered that the boat was
leaking. But that made no
difference. Thev rowed on, but it
A N I C ELY FC UNI i 1 1 ED
with bath and if.is. suitable
ir two s-entlemeu, at ll:il
TjKR RENT SKIT. 1. TWO STEAM
J- heated rooms in Hurst block: suitable for
otllces orp.lvai apurtuents. Apply at Jack-
sou iiursi s oii.ee.
IOK RENT FURNISHED ROOMS. SINGLE
or ensuitc. steam beat. i?as. bath one
block from court hotis. corner Thirteenth
strcit :t-d Second avenue, r-a.
rial (faiherinirs or d ncinir par.ls. Rent rea- I
sontiblc. Sitfatn heat. Krell & Math.
Is the one that knows how to
cater to the tastes of the pub
lic at all seasons of the year,
and make patrons feel at
liberty to drop in at any
time to see what there is new
and fresh upon its counters
and shelves. That is what
KKELL & MATH try to do.
and when ladies are out
shopping thev shouldn't for
get to drop iu and
get a box
Put up in lovely boxes for them.
We have just received the
finest line of
BON BONS AND CHOCOLATES
ever carried by any house in
the west. Drop in and look
until you are candy hungry.
Krell S Math's
SWEETS OF LIFE.
Fresh supply of Allegritt's
Chocolate Creams received
Phone 1160. 1716-1718 Second Avenue.
soon liecame apparent to them that
the boat was no longer safe. The water
was rolling in rapidly. They .vere
aiKUit a block out from shore, and a
short distance west of the bridge
falsework. Parker and Gildea agreed
to swim, anil warned their companion
to do likewise. The two plunged into
the water and swam to the falsework.
It was dark and they could not see
McClade after they reached anchor,
but could hear him crying for help.
Thev were unable to do anything for
him. and admonished him to follow
To the Rescue.
Krncst Hussey and Robert Atkinson,
who occupy a shanty boat in the vicin
ity, heard the cries for help and went
out in a boat. Neither McClade nor
his skiff could be found, so they
rowed over to the falsework and res
cued Gildea and Parker and brought
I'm sure McClade. went down."
saitl Parker. "He had cramps, of
which he complained earlier in the
evening, or I believe he would have
attempted to swim with us."
McClada was 35 years old and sin
gle. Opposed to l)r. Urcen.
There is to le stronr opposition
in the Iowa diocese to the confir
mation of Rev. Dr. Thomas K. Green,
of Cedar liapids. elected bishop of the
diocese at the diocesan convention at
Davenport last week. A Dubuque
dispatch says: "It is now settled
that a letter requesting him to with
draw will shortly be presented by his
opponents to Kev. Dr. Thomas K.
(ireen. of Cedar Rapids, chosen by
the diocesan convention to succeed
the late Bishop Terry. Half the dele
gation at that convention, includiug
one or two who supported Dr. Green,
and including the six clerical depu
ties to the triennial jreneral conven
tion at Philadelphia next month, re
fused to sign the form prescrilied by
the church recommending the candi
date to the general convention as a
proper person for consecration. In
the letter to Dr. Green this will be
represented as the reason why he
should withdraw. If he refuses, the
tight will be carried before the general
convention. Dr. Green is accused of
having made a stumping tour of the
diocese to get the support of the
country delegates, but the objections
to him before the general convention
will be based on other grounds."
ACCIDENT TO THE WINONA.
I I Steamer Crippled While Taking aa Excur
sion Up the River.
. The steamer City of Winona, while
enroute to Clinton with the ootimen
excursionists, met with quite a seri
ous accident a short distance above
Cordova yesterday morning, a cylin
der head blowing out and disabling
tne Doat trom proceeding up stream
The through passengers were put off
at Cordova, where they were picked
up later bv the erne bwain, while
tne Winona turned southing, land the
excursionists safely at Rock Island
about 4 o'clock, making the trip with
one engine, after which, she went to
Davenport for repairs.
The low stage of vthe water is play
ing havoc with navigation, particu
larly in the neighborhood of the Rock
Island rapids, where it is almost impos
sible to escape the sand bars. The Verne
bwain- went aground Saturday and
was helpless until the Winona came to
her assistance and pulled her off. The
Saturn became fast at the head of the
government island this morning.
Capt. John Streckfus has returned
from a 2-weeks' outing at Colfax
Springs and other western
much improved in health.
James Stewart & Co., the St. Louis
river contractors, have purchased the
Lady Grace from Capt. llliam Davis
They are also dickering for the F. C.
The river has experienced a slight
rise at &t. l'aul, out is stationary or
falling at all other points. The river
will continue to fall slowly from Du
buque to Rock Island.
The Volunteer, Lvdia Van Sant
Saturn and Satellite came down and
the Saturn, Satelitte, Volunteer, Ten-
broeck, ami R. D. Kendall went north
The Tenbroeck and Saturn each
brought down eight strings of logs
The J. W. Van Sant came down
with 24 strings of lo;s and eijrht of
. ihe stage of water at 6 a. m. was
1.20; at noon 1.15. The temperature
at noon 70.
Travel over the Rock Island bridge
yesterday amounted to: Foot, south,
1.G18; north. 1.C31; total. 3,249.
Teams, south, 637; north. 635; total.
1.272. Street cars, south, 95; north,
95; total, 190.
City Editor of the Mollne DUpatch Takes
Alfred T. Foster and Miss Louise I.
King were married at 4 o'clock 3ester-
day afternoon at the parsonage of the
first 15aptist church,' Moliue, Rev. K.
C. Bryant, the pastor, ofliciatinir. It
was an unostentatious wedding, and
if anything proved a happ' surprise
to the friends of the couple. Mr.
Foster Is the city editor of the Moline
Daily Dispatch. His bride, who is a
Chicago lady, is matron of the Moline
city hospital. Jack, as the groom is
familiarly known, is popular in Moline
and tri-city newspaper circles. He
and his estimable bride will lie fol
lowed bv the best wishes of all who
know them in their wedded life.
John II. McConnell and Miss Jennie
M. Quist, of Orion, were united in
marriaire at 8 o clack Jsaturtlav even-
injr, at the home of the srroom on
Eleventh avenue and Fifteenth street,
Rev. T. W. Grafton, of Memorial Chris
tian church. performed the ceremony in
the presence of a company of relatives,
Robert R. Lynn went on duty today
as health inspector, succeeiliiir frank
Wivill, who surrendered his star.
A colored man, formerly in the em
ploy of the Lewis Mooting company in
this city, stole ifUO, a iatlies gold
watch, a suit of clothes and a pair of
patent leather shoes, from a room
across the river Saturday, and
skipped out. A man tallying with
the description given of him was
taken in Sunday by Oflicer Ryan, but
the Davenport police said he was not
the right party, and he was released.
Dan Macurdy, a drunken stranger.
was iriven 10 minutes to leave town
by the police.
Dr. J. F. Freeman, the cancer doc
tor, was lined $ 1 and costs bv Magis
trate Stafford Saturday for selling
drugs without a label.
W. W. Bowlby is in Clinton.
K. P. Hubltard, of Chicago, is visit
ing in the city.
Mrs. Harriet Webster left today for
Conductor W. G. Swing, of the
Rock Island, is off on a vacation.
G. J. Lepper, of lopeka, Kas., vis
ited friends in the citv vesterdav.
Miss Eva Barber returned to Chi
cago today to resume her elocutionory
Mrs.-W. H. Gest and Miss Kathar
ine uest have returned from their
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Taylor and
children are back from a visit at the
Misses Grace Custer and Bessie
Bowlby are visiting friends at Ke-
wanee and Neponset, III.
F. S. Math left this morning for
Peru, 111., accompanied by his son
Joseph. The latter becomes a student
at &t. Uede s academy.
Franz Haverstick, who served
through the war as yeoman on the i
monitor l'uritan, having enlisted
Chicago, is home for a visit.
R. C. Clarke, of the county clerk's i
oflice. has gone to Springfield to at
tend to his duties as a clerk lor the
slate board of equalization.
Miss Bertha Lodewick has returned
to her home at Albany, is. l ., alter a
pleasant visit at the home of Mrs.
John Warner on Fifth avenue.
Will Porter, now in the employ of
the Grand Trunk railway at Battle
Creek, Mich., is home for a visit. He
is iust recovering from a severe at
tack of typhoid fever.
Harry Kirkpatrick. who, with his
family, has been visiting with Mrs.
Catharine Kick, 1118 Eighth avenue,
has returned to his home atPatoou.N.
M. His family remains in the citv.
Carl Hochovv, of Rock Island, Justa
Lindgren and Harry McCartv, of
Moline, and Milton Whitson, George
Whittaker and Mr. Spinks, of Daven
port, left this morning for Cham
paign to enter the state university.
Private Charles Hill, of Troop B,
Roosevelt's rough riders, passed
through the city today enroute to Hills
dale, to visit a sister. Mr. Hill is a
typical cowboy. Prior to enlistment
he was employed on a ranch - outside
of Sioux Falls, S. D.
Dr. G. M. Babcock writes from
Hawaii that he has seen enough of
Uncle Samuel s latest island acquisi
tion; that it is not what it is.cracked
up to le. and that there is nothing
there for him, and he will soon be
home again. E. R. Dart, his com
panion, is undecided as vet as to what
he will do.
The pleasant effect and perfect
safety with which ladies may use
Syrup of Figs, under all conditions,
makes it their favorite remedy. To
get the true and genuine article, look
lor the name of the California rig
Syrup company, printed neaj the bot
tom of the package. For sale bv all
Shake Into Your Hhoes
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the
feit. It cures painful swollen, smart
ing, nervous feet and instantly takes
the sting out of corns and bunions.
It's the greatest comfort discovery of
the age. Allen's Foot-Ease makes
ugm or new snoes ieei easy, it is a
certain cure for sweating, callous and
hot, tired, aching feet. Try it today
Sold by all druggists and shoe stores.
By mail for 25 cents in stamps. Trial
jwtckage free. Address, Allen S. Olm
sted, Le Rov, N. Y.
One Minute Cough Cure surprises
people oy its quick coxes and children
mar take it in large quantities with
out the least danger. It has won for
itself the best reputation of any prep
aration used todav lor colds, croup,
tickling in the throat or obstinate
coughs. T. II. Thonyis, A. J. Riess
and M. F. Bahnsen. druggists
Bean Um fit lUd Ylg ton i'wm tog
The ancient Greek believed that the
Penates were the gods who attended
to the welfare and prosperity of the
family. They were worshipped as
household gods in every home. The
household god of todav is Dr. King's
New Discovery. For consumption.
coughs,' colds and for al' affections of
throat, chest and lungs it is invalua
ble. It has been tried for a quar
ter of a century and is guaran
teed to cure, or money returned. No
household should be without this
good angel. It is pleasant to take
aud 3 safe and surer remedy for ow
and voung. Free trial bottles at
Hartz& Ullmeyer's drug store. Reg
ular size 50 cents and f 1.
You are makiniTa great mistake in
not sending for a 10 cent trial size of I
Flv's Cream Balm. It is a specific
for catarrh and cold in the head. We
mail it. or the 50 cent size. Drug
gist all all keen it. Ely Brothers. 56
Warren street. New York.
Catarrh caused difficulty in speak
ing and to a great extent loss of hear
ing. tv the use oi i.iy s v rea m
Balm dropping of mucus has ceased,
voice and hearing have greatly im
proved. J. W. Davidson, attorney at
law, -Monmouth 111.
You invite disappointment when
vou experiment- De Witt's Little
Early Risers are pleasant, easy, thor
ough little pills. They cure consti
pation and sick headache just as sure
as you take them. T. II. Thomas,
A. J. Riess and M. F. Bahnsen, drug
r-To-Bac for Fifty Cents.
GtnraBtMd tobacco habit core, maks weak
mea iuwi, blood pore, mo, tx. Ail drag-gist.
Official Proceedings of Saturday's Coun
City Council Room, Rock Island,
111., Sept. 19. The council met in
adjourned session at 2 o'clock p. in..
Mayor Medill presiding and all the
Aid. Johnson submitted a resolu
tion extending for one 3ear the time
within. which the Davenport & Rock
Island Bridge & Terminal company is
required to complete its bridge and
the approaches thereto. Adopted
1 he clerk read an ordinance pro
viding for the tax levy for the year
On motion of Aid. Maucker the or
dinance was considered and passed by
Aid. Winter moved that a recess be
taken to examine grades. Carried.
On reassembling Aid. Winter moved
that the mayor and city clerk le au
thorized to -enter into contract with
Tropp, Darling & Co. for sand at 25
cents per cubic yard, and with C. J.
Larkin at 45 cents per cubic yard for
hauling and putting the same in place
at the reservoir. Carried. -
Adjourned on motion of Aid. Pen
der. A. D. Huesing.
Meet Yonr Needs.
When vou feel tired, languid, ner-
vons and are troubled with pimples
anu eruptions, you will und Hood's
sarsaparuia exactly meets your
neeas. it purines and enriches the
blood and imparts to it the qualities
needed to tone the nerves and nour
ish the whole system. It cures all
V tUQUTOr10C00Wt6,T fl -.J?
Sat pcuno or rxre vreM vnu. co a tti
FREE for a few ninths to all users of the
celebrated ELASTIC STARCH, (Flat Iron
Brand). To mdffce you to fry this brand of
starch, so that yon may find out for yourself
that all claims for its superiority and ecqns
omy are true, the makers have had prepared,
at great expense, a 6eries of
exact reproductions of the f 10,000 originals by Muville, which will be given
you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below.
These Plaques are 40 inches in circumference, are free of any suggestion of
advertising whatever, and will ornament the most elegant apartment. No
manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its
customers. They are not for sale at any price, and can be obtained only in
the manner specified. The subjects are:
. American Wild Ducks, American Pheasant,
English Quail, English Snipe.
The birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life. Each
Plaque is bordered with a band of gold.
has been the standard for 25 years.
packages of this brand were sold
last year. That's how good it is.
ASK YOUR DEALER
to show you the plaques and tell
you about Elastic Starch. Accept -no
Slow To Get Thprn:
AH rmrehawrs of thnpo 10 cnt or
six 5ont pnrkaons of ElaeHe rUsrrh
(Flat Iron Urandl. ara entitled to re
ceive from thoir (rrcwr ono of those
beautiful OaiM Plaques froo. Tho
r-lmiuos will not bo seut bv mail.
They can bo obtained only from your
Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch.
Do not delay. This offer
is for a short 'time only.
trSr -vr I Li U
"ND ONE which is enough to make the righteous pro
fane and be forgiven, is an old stove that won't draw
when one is in a harry for their breakfast. When
you can bay a superior stove or range that is handsome and
useful, a good baker, and of the very best manufacture,
that we sell at such low prioes why bother with a use
lofcs old hulk.
Cor. Nineteenth street
and Second Avenue.
Hood's Pills cure sick headache,
nausea, biliousness and all liver ills.
Trice 23 cents.
A Healthy Child.
fIIw Kind You Haw Always Bought
Educate Tour Rowels With Casearete.
Cancf CTatharttc- cure eon-r fnntinii t.p.va.
10c, 25c. If a c. C. fail, druggists refund money.
On Photographic York
C. E. Smith's Studio.
Lives in a house that has
good plumbing1. If the
plumbing is not perfect
the little fellow cannot be
healthy. When there is
anything the matter, with
the pipes in your house'
send for us.
In order to more thoroughly'
introduce our dull finish or
platino work, we have de
cided to reduce the price,
making it an object to all.
Call earlv, examine work and
place yonr order. All work
guaranteed to be satisfac
tory. Bring in -the little
Rooms opposite Harper House.
msf development of organ and oody. No known rmetly tor women qna)f
OB BOXTS CliEMJCAI, CO- Cleveland. Ohio.
Fot sale by 21. f Dafcnsen, druggist, cor. Fourth At.' and Twentieth St.
"HE THAT WORKS EASILY, WORKS
SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
They orereomit WaltTi?fla,
lrreirtiiariiy ana omirninM,
increase rigor and ban is a
"pains of menstruation."
They ara "Uh fearer
to trfrlntit womanhood, aid