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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THUKSDAT. MARCH 77, 1013. 1 1 i DAVENPORT AMERICANS TO EXPLORE LOST WORLD 0P! THE AMAZON BASIN; EXPEDITION ON WAY MOLINE I death occurring at 9 o'clock yeserd:iy ; forenoon from heart trouble and th? j ; infirmities incident to age. He i been a res-dont of this city the last ZC ' ; y-ars and had made his home villi j his Casi.zhw-r, Mrs. Edwin H. Berry. , For a few years after his arrival here ; 'ho c nduoteu a hardware. s;ore in com- j pany with his son-in-law. R. Pana Ikr iein, on the site of the present Fisk v- j i Ieos:ey store. The firm was known i .as Hartwell & Berein. Ho was born : : :n Vormon. Nov. 14. 1S2 and came w-: .--. in his early mar.hood. sett.liiss; first in Wisconsin, where he residi-d for many years at Oconomowoc. On leaTh of his wife, he removed Contract for Building. The Nelson ! Secord Construction company of Chi- ao, haa ben awarded the contract to ; erect tbe four story fireproof apart- j ment building which will be built by ! the Clausen F"fcy company on the i southwest corner of Seventh and Iowa j atreets. Thf f'hicajro company was tbe contracting firm which erected the new Christian Science church. Grad- 1ng on th hite of the new apafment buildlne has been in profrrss for the past two weeks and will be completed vitUin a few diiyH. When this Is fin ii hed tr.e actual construction of the biildiriR will be commenced. The apart ments will be ready for occupancy by Oct. 1. o Director Mee lorectors of the I'urity Outs company, which 1b soon to start worn on it n Davenport plant, held the first meeting of the board at the Commercial club yesterday. Setr en direr-tors crp prf,Hiit at the meet ing. It was announced at the meet U.k tha' th work of erecting the new buildings of the company would be started within a week or 10 days. The new build. will be thp'e times the size of Ho- ix story building now on the site. Workmen have been en gaged on o-arlr.g up the old building for thy piHt. three, week. The direc tors pr-s-i.t at 'he meeting were C. M. Rich. KwKuk: Howard Humphries, Hloomington. Ill ; H. C. Morrow. White Hall. Hi . C. K. Rusaey. Keokuk, and 'harl's Slmier, H. F Peterson, and C. A. Kicke, all of raveuport. After the mectli.g the directors were quests at noon limcheon of Secretary I. C. Norwood of the commit t.-p of 3i. Other Kuestfl at Th 1'incheon were A. P. l;ivrion. C.eorye T. Baker, Woodworth Cluin nd Mayor Alfred Mueller. o To Close Debatei. The tie in the h!fb school (Ug Light debate will be settled Monday evening. Thrc are thee teams tied, these being Duven p'r', Kewaiiee and Mounioutb. while the Kewanee negative team come to lvtjport. In this debate the local ullirrnath e im will be seen in action at home. The nam, topic as before will be debuted, this beinn. "Resolved tha' the state of Illinois should adopt t! initiative and referendum, con stitutionality granted." v. tl:. tii'3 city and had been a refident hero sii:(0. One son and four dHuch't rs are the members of his immediate family who survive. They are Charios ! ; A. of Oconomowoc, Mrs. E. H. Berry of j this city. Mrs. R. P. Berpin of New I Mexico. Mrs. J. W. Place or Dovil's ; , Lake, N. D.. and Mrs. W. T. MTi'.or of i Webster, N. D. j i George R. Isted, manager of the Mf iKce & Bliven button factory in this : city, jiaesed away from the city hos pital at 1 o'clock yesterday morning. He had been ailing all winter, but was j ii it. seriously ill till 10 days ago, when j he was taken to the hospital for treat- j ; ment. Mr. Isted was born in Roches- ! iter, X. Y., Jan. 37, 184S. and at the I Deputy Assessors Chosen. Choice , ae6 of 3 wegt wUh h!s pRrentSi !of Henry M. Oldwfeat of ceven Molm- set,ljn flr6t Jn Waukon lowtL He era who are to serre under nun as ; then removed to Muscatine and enter j deputy asec-ssors this year has been ! ed employ of the button company oonflrmed by the township board. The ! worked up to the position of man- men appointed to assist m we yreu- ager of gtock department por 16 lng of assessments between April 1 j year8 he was connected wth the flrm and June 1 are John A. Sward, Henry ; ,n Muscatine, and when it established A. Schacht, Charles B. Truxell, George ! a , ranch factory In this citv In October . n i 3 TT 'V 1T:it;mn t.nT.lc.n ' I a. senrauer, n. -n. ""joj 1011, he was sent here tp take j Iingeleon, ana J. yi. iieiaeie. tn:y jtwo of these appointees, Messrs. j Sthacht rud Williams, served In a like j Spetcers Arrested. Two testers for the Velie Automobile company. R. Ny I berg' and Clinton Roberts, were ur.for itunate enough, or foolish enoiy;h. to 'try to pass the city ambulance ster ;day bX about :S0 mi'.es an hour. Driver : DaebellWhn promptly swore out war ' rat's, "hen summoned to court, they 'argued a little, but were fined $10 and 'costs. This incident would probably have gone unnoticed, but it happened 'on Fourth street near the Ericson school, and as complaints have come i in as to the danger to the children, 1 steps were taken to prevent it. capacity last year under Frank E. j Samuels. AH the seven are known to be men of particular ability in the line of judging realty and personal values. jn. V Top. left to right: Dr. Franklin B. Chu-ch. Anders Anderson, Dr. William C. Farrabee, Dr. Gordon. Sandy McNabb and Captain J. H. Rowen, U. S. N. Bottom, steam yacht "Pennsyl varia. Scenery Damaged. -Destruction of ihe scenery and otume of the Maude Adams company a threatened Tuei day night ah ut 1 1 : :0 o'clock, when Hie- brok out In the baggage car stand ing In th railroad yurdr at Fifth and Iowa stieetn The blu'e was no: dis covered until it bud Kaineil po.nl head j " ay ii:i(l pruetaaly . 1 1 . ndc rt the j strerl in t'liir.giici' er mih l,,irtied on; be'ote the fa' t tl. i! ftc dep. ir' inert arrive J Cheujle.als renin; .d ihI uater wre uct-tl o exliiiiuiish 1 rar at Philadelphia. Pa.. March To ex-, plore the "lofct world'' in the basin of the Amazon river, an expedition fitted out by the I'tiiversity of Pennsylvania h left this city on the steam yacht Pennsylvania for Brazil. It if believed to be the most ambitious expedition i ever sent to the regions of the Ama- zon. I Dr. William C. Farrabee is the Iead I er and in general charge of the eth- ' l.oiogy part of the expedition: Dr. j Franklin Church of New York, pbysl I clan in charge, will be the t.iologist land make a special study of tropical (,:: side of the car. The '1! the scenery had llol beet) r. hi the .pt ra house To t,. .!:' for tue fuf ti.at tiie diueases, and Captain J. H. Rowen, XT. P. N, retired, will command the yacht ai d act as geographer. Other mem b rs of the expedition are Anders An dt rson. chief surgeon, and Sandy Mc N;:bb. A distinguished anthropologist will join the party in June. Dr. Gordon, who organized the expedition, did not act omj-atiy the explorers. The expedition will study the lan FUP.ge. manners, customs, arfs. crafts atul history of the many races of In dians, concerning whom Tery little is kt:own. i-o-lu'linc the burned car. and left for Cedar Rapids. Y. Secretary Here May 1. Word has been received by the board of direc- tors of the V. M. C. A. to the effect i that H. AV. Russell of tiie D-troit Y. ; M. C. A., called to be general secreTnry of the local association, has accepted and expects to be in the city ready to j take up the work here on May 1. H ; conies to fill the vacancy occasioned j by the. resignation of J. S. Freeman. ; Members of the board feel that they ' have secured a man thoroughly quali fied in every ph.se of city association activities and that, he is competent to carry on the work already so success- fully established, here to greater things. I Mr. Russell has had t ight years of ex-1 perience as secretary in the assoc'a tions of Hart lord, Conn., and Detroit, i He has been instrumental in placing; j the latter associatio nin the very front j rank among the larger cities of the i countj-y. ; charge. He resided at 1725 Third ave- I nue. He heM membership In the Knights of Pythias, the Fraternal Aid and the Fraternal Bankers' Reserve of j Iowa. He was married in August of j : 1 S'"9 to Miss Tary Robertson, who is j f left to mourn the loss of a devoted hus : band. Other survivors are a sister In ; Minneapolis and a sister and a broth er in Tacoma, Wash. rlELD MICE IN FRANCE. At Times They Overrun and Complete ly Devastate Whole Cantons. The average loss Inflicted annually by tield mice upon the cultivators ot France Is estimated at 2,000.000 francs -about $400,000. From time to time, however, there is an enormous Increase In the number of these pests and in the extent of their ravages. France has experienced about a doz en serious invasions by field mice since the beginning of the nineteenth cen tury. The most disastrous was that which occurred from the summer of 1S01 to the end of the autumn of 1802. On that occasion three 'departments were absolutely devastated. As an Il lustration of the prodigious numbers (OFFICIAL PUKLICATIOX) Statement of the Assets and Liabilities of the Rock island Savings Bank Located at Rock Island, 111. At the close of business on the Slet day of December, 1912, as shown by the annual report of the said bank as a trust company to the Auditor o Public Accounts of the State of Illinois, pursuant to law, and filed in the oiiiee of said Auditor of Public Accounts on the 22nd day of January, 11)13. ASSETS. Real estate $ SS.C67.26 Cash on hand and due from banks 491,877.75 lians on real estate, being first liens thereon. $2,0!6,.1.!?4.P0 Ixans on pledges of securities 82,01 .20 Uwns on personal security 55,500 4,"i -. Kcans on which there is more than one year's interest due 235.9SO.00 2,57.0nfi.5S Overdrafts 643.76 .-ocks and bonds 99.550.00 Other assets 6.596.21 Total Assets $3,260,771.53 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in ! - $ 200.000.00 Surplus on hand ! 100.000.00 Undivided profits 11J.143.04 Dividends unpaid 8.000.00 Deposits 2.S27.877.SS Reserved for taxes and interest 12,750.66 Total Liabilities J3.260.771.53 State of Illinois, County of Rock Island ss: A. J. Llndstrom, one of the managing officers, and H. S. Cable and n. P. Hull, two of the directors of the Rock Island Savings bank, a corporation of the State if Illinois, being severally duly sworn, each upon his oath states: That he makes this affidavit for the purpose of complying with the re quirements of Sections 9 and 10 of an act of the General Assembly of the State of Illinois, entitled "An Act to provide for and regulate the adminis tration of trusts by trust companies." That the foregoing report of the said Rock Island Savings bank on De cember Slst. 1912, and the exhibits accompanying the same are true and correct in all respects to the best of his knowledge and belief and that he has examined the assets and books of the said oompany for the purpose of making said report. A. J. MXDSTHOM, H. S. CABLE, H. P. HULL. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 21st day of January. 1913. (Seal) V. Q. JOHNSTON, Notary Public. (OFFICIAL PUBLICATION)) Statement of the Assets and Liabilities of the Peoples Saving Bank and Trust Co, Located at Moline, Illinois, At the close of business on the 31st day of December, 1912, as snown ny tl ' annual report of the said bank as a trust company to the Auditor of Public Accounts of the State of Illinois, pursuant to law. and filed in the tillice of the said Auditor of Public Accounts on the 3d day of January, 1913. j in which these animals appear it mav Foreigners' School Closes. This ev- Le state(, that durlnK the ombreak of ening marks the close of the night jcoo in Alsace, within a slnple fort school for foreigners for this season ni..ht , r-ft noo rB Kin-htifw1 in onp prop -im of interesting oxer- oanton-the French emiivalent of n township 500,000 in another and i!72. mi in another. r i' ti k ? Lll.1 prompt ir fcuve'i the c 'tiii;uiy wliii h bad b eu compar.y c! i 1 r.ot f,L-tji' than ?l'if' Ti, tra::i Ot ituary Record.- -ira. Amy n 1Sk of up. rri'f--'t y J .':: vv'wi r.'-i "' r,ri WarcJi UIK. the most li trying raonli: Ktta M- n -..'j di.d yesterday aftr a ling er'i y '!i..'-- m the home of her daugh ter M rs. Alfred Parsons. 2512 Far-t:a:-i s'r'i '. Mrs. Mellow- II. whose in'iii c '..iir.o w.a-' Amy l-t'a Yocuni. ne-jr Williamsburg. Pa., Feb. ami a prop am of interesting o.er- ; ciscs has in (ii prepared by I'rinc'pal C. H. Krone. Sessions have been held in the Irving school bulldins; fhrf" j nights a week with each recitation and ; study period eontinuing t.wo hoikrs nr.ii I results i f far-rcai hing worth l av" bet-n attained. This season for th" tirt-t tlm ihr sch)l was nuole a art of the public school system. An in trti:.f fact in mnn-ction with the ( iiai a'i"- of the students who have: The stidden appearance of these ani mals in such numbers Is not due to a rapid migration, but simply to the as tonishing rapidity with; whih they mul tij'iy when the weather happens to be favorable to their preservation. Un der such conditions a field containing i ir.O a til m. 'lis the females are al;i;t tv.ico as numerons as the males ;;t ASSETS. s Real estate ' Cash on hand and due from banks Loans on real estate, being first liens thereon. $ 844,359.93 Ixans on pledges of securities 663,754.53 Ixxms onpersonal security 950,552.21 Overdrafts Stocks and bonds Other assets, including accrued interest Total Assets LIABILITIES. been ei.rol'rj during Ue winter! end of winter would have more ii.od'Iip is that many of the men are j ,,.in "Q.nrx) in September, smh A6 are ( ither now in business for I There are many ways of fighting the thfiasth'-s in this city and in East j r..-ts. lnelutlinc the use of various pol Moline or expect to enter in ihe near j hoii. and nsphyiiatlon of the animals f'l'eie !!.( .f.iidents have bel'.ed Capital stock paid In Surplus on band ... I'ndivided profits . . . . iHvidends unpaid Deposits Other liabilities Total Liabilities . J 204.024 62 698,287.39 2.449.666.67 ' 2.523.99 392.602.00 16,359.61 J3.762.464.19 $ 250.000.00 150.000.00 22.685.67 12,500.00 3.320,155.14 7.123.38 13.762,464.19 Ik ft March with its raw, rouh winds and uncertain weatht r, is a month of extreme danger t those who have allowed their eystems to run down under tho strain of winter which ti.ino the Hood and lowers the vitality. Begin now and enrich your Mood and recover your strength. Fortify your system against the disease perms which are circu lated bv the Ktronrr March winds and which are ever ready to attack by using Duffy's Pure M Whiskey HI is the most helpful tonic stimulant the run-down, weak ana hickiv Can take. It imnmvM riurstinn n, nourishes the body, thus restoring strength. . ,J S J Sold by Drofrfiti. Gram and Dealers t iLOO but a. THE DUFFY MALT WHISKEY CO.. Rocfcartw, N. Y. a i'2 ne:,r illmmsburp. t'a., ten. i to tive to the school its hiel) d Ml With her parents she came j t . r. to Ir v ;; in 'he spriuft of 154. The j o '..:!.! fi'li d en a farm t;e-r the: obituiry Record. Charles M. H;rt S-:-:,i- it rhtirch in Lir.co'n township. well of Tit r'our'ii avenue tins 1, i s:.. ;.s married to SamuH McD iwell called to hi? rest at the ape of 2 Ja'i. lf'iS. The couple located on ;.'tji 'nins 'tie parental nome- i:r.';l af'er the death ot Mr. i'. Feb. 11. VJ0S. Ecr the past I'iipe y,.;.rs M rs McDowell has made I, r tier e Ik r fluilfhtpr Mr; Al- i , s s o :; ;uVwed by ur iiutHHii o illo seven fi.r.dren. Mrs. T. B. Kepler. Tole- i in their burrows by means of noxious ! , vapors, but the plan recommendiHl by the French government is to spread a j i cctitrffiou.s disease among tliein by giv- ! . in a bacterial preparation. v.- r. CQMPLIGATION nc vjnRJiriM'Q iiiq Realty Changes do, lo-.va: Mrs. C. It. 1'enry. Krnfold, Sa-k.. C;!i.: W. G., H. (.'., G. B. Mc 1m a.1! ;,..i Mrs. O. M. Drenter. It. R. No. 1. I:uenport; Mrs. A.fred Par l iim :' this citv, and one sister, Mrs. j M. .1. Rife, Davenport, 1 Maithov Zecsen. an aged resident' jof Davenport. die"d yesterday afternoon I at his heme, 1117 Brown s'reet, after ! ;i brii f illness. Yields to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Athens, Texas. "I had a complica- : tion of diseases, some of them of long standing. I wrote to you for advice and took Lydia . Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound, and soe other things that you sugges ted. I must confess that I am much bet ter in every way and have been relieved r ii i I Kitchen Plumbing. . Good plumbing in the kitchen is a matter of great importance lo health. Old fashioned sinks with cloacd in piping are lodging place for vermin, mois ture and dirt which brings about scnous illness. If the plumbing of your kitchen is old, unsightly and unhealthy, let us quote you a rxice on installing a snow-white "JStaadard" Porcelain Enameled sink with open plumbing. Our prices are reason able; our work high class and what you pay for this modem kiichen equipment may save you mooeyo doctor bills. CHANNON & DUFVA 112 West Seventeenth St. Phone 1 4 8 W. Why Ha Was Popular. The man with a natural aptitude for mechanics received so many Invitations to take automobile trips with friends who acted as their own chauffeur that he came to be enTled by his less popu- j lar acquaintances. One day the popu-' lar guest condescended to enlighten j them on his true status. i bors say I look younger now than I did you fellows needn't get grsea ! fifteen years ago." Mrs. Sarah It. eyed." he said. "I haven't got soch a j WhaTLEY, Athens, Texas, R. F. D. scan as you think I hiTe. What taey i Ko. 3. Box 92. i want me to. so along for la to blo-sr up , ve know Qf no other medicine which j the tires and make repairs in case ef been so successful in relieving tha I accident I wouldn't be such a bot fa-1 suffering of women, or received so mar.y j rorite if I wasn't so proficient in tkat j genuine testimonials, as has Lydia E. I line. The knowledge that I wouldn't la i Pinkham's Vegetable ComDound. aomeu hat galling, but as I enjoy the j In near; every corf:lrjunity you wi:1 trip I swallow my pride and accept find wcmen ,ho have restoml the invitations." New lork Times. v-.ttv, v. ,vic ,ma r,Mn Airr.cct r .in Royal Trains. Few people know that th psssage of , Buffering women for the past 30 years. t.M r ,1. f ,k , 1 ? In Ptekhtm Laboratory at Lynn. LvLi ,n i0T" 0t th,' Mass., are files containing hundreds of SLS"r .r -M"7 PePl : thousands of letters from women seek- -" tucj irou ui mm umn Hoes of soldiers being drawn np along the railway metals In Russia when the Si aflf tt'J role hnf K a a m tkl ri-al-T oreuATn V;;. ;L'n. I Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. i . . . ft v . j Vail l!,y,1. nnlt -4fhnn. I " -J " ""' Coua display of uniform,. The line i ,1 b """X orer l kh the royal train is to rasa I ir.HiJiu sPp"tl,.a1T,71r", , quite as effectively guarded, though to ; IduUljY !e?tl all apiesrr.(e there ia nobody there 'be one:l, read and answered by a : woman and held in strict canfidtuce. AD the Lews all the time The Argua. j ACvertiseitent. Frederick G. DePrest to Victor and ; T. j:irie VanDaele, lot 9, block 1, lslaek-l man's addition, iMoline, $500. ! t'aniiel Lalernan to Jules and Eune-! n;e l)e Itiemaerker. lof 6. Grymonprez j addition, Kast Moline, $2,200. j ( harles Bollman to J. A. Johnson, j lor 2, AV. K. Bailey's 4th addition, Itock 1 Island, $1. Moline Trust & Savings bank to War r n K. Frich, lot 13, Elmwood, Moline, $t50. Irvin L. Kerr to George H. Crosby, part lots 3 and 4, block 23, old town, .Moline, $10,000. Peter King to George H. Crosby, part lot 4. block 23. old town, Moline, $5,ooo. Elizabeth and Gilbert Lown to George H. Crosby, part lots 2 and blor-k 23, old town. Moline, $10,000. K. J lironson to Schiek & Martin. of some of the worst ! part lots 1 and 3. all lot 2, block 1C, troubles. My neigh- ! Fxst Moline, $10,500. j Edward H. Guyer to Edward c. I Mueller, lot 4, block 177, village of Eits.t j Moline, $350. j Julia Ma Carson to George W. Rus- ;sf-il, lot 5, block C. Columbia Park ad 5 diUon, Moline, $350. Horace Allen .iegler to George V. Russell, part outlot 2, Ryder & Pea-; s ! addition. Moline, $25. Jer.r.ie V. Taylor et al to Frederick Druf -kmiller, lot 7, block 3, Thompro.i i. Weils' addition, Rock Island. $1. v.'iiliam P. Iiecker to Uelle Dawson, part northwest quarter, south west q'tartfr section ?.f,. 1. lw. I1.200. Charb-s W. Wt.iie to Hannah C. Swan?oti, lot 3. block 1. Forest H:ll add-tion, Moline, $4,55''. 1 hil i Kt.abe to Julias D. Sutter, lots 11 end 12. biock 150, East Molir.-, K H. Guyer to Charles H. Corn ' wail, lot '. block J, Protpfct addition, Si mp of Illinois, County of Rock Island ss: Nelson H. Greene, one of the managing officers, and G. H. Rohrber.k and J S Gillmore, two of the directors of the People's Savings Rank and Trust company, a corporation of the State of Illinois, being severally duly sworn, each upon his oath states: That he makes this affidavit for the purpose of complying with the re quirements of Sections 9 and 10 of an act of the Genoral Assefbly of the St ite of Illinois? entitled "An Act to provide for and regulate the adminis tration of trusts hy trust companies." That the foregoing report of the said People's Ravings Rank and Trust company on December 31st, 1912, and the exhibits accompanying the same, an' true and correct in all respecta to the best of his knowledgo and belief, ai.d that he has examined the assets and books of the said company for the purpose of making said reoort. NELSON H. OR ERNE, G. HENRY SOHRBECK, J. S. GILLMORE. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of January, 1913. (Seal) HELFRID O. SWAN. Notary Public. to Itobert and Amanda Doyle, undi v i I done-third of south half of lot 2, b!'-'' k 2, John AW Spencer's eeeond addition. Rock Island, $1. Axel Lundeen to Axel Tolberg, lot 5, block 2, Iunt's second addition, Mo line, $400. Joseph E. Bodeen to Joseph W.West, part northwest quarter section 2, 17, 2w, $1,600. iw'"nyy t n liana adm ! it Are You Nervous? What makes you nervous? It is the weakness of your womanly constitution, which cannot stand the strain of the hard work you do. As a result, you break down, and ruin your entire nervous system. Don't keep this up! Take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is made from purely vegetable ingredients. It acta gently on the womanly organs, and helps them to do their proper work. It relieves pain and restores health, in a natural manner, by going to the source of the trouble and building up the bodily strength. I every woman you meet knows of the i great good it has been doing among : ir.g health, in which many openly state over their own signatures that they have regained their health by UJcing Lydia TAKE 4 n Mo: f , i Lucv ' parr line. 5 ,r?o W . Russell and Louis A. at:'! Pir?-iiHe to Alfred Hendricksor.-. !f ". block.:. Park Ridge, Mo $5o '. Thomas Ijoyio and Jenuie McCur'y t Tho Woman's Tonic Mrs. Grace Fortner, of Man, W. Va., took Cardui. rhis is what she says about It: "I was so weak and nervous, I could not bear to have anyone near me. I had f 1 1 if n rr cr.n'tr inrl I 1-.cf flaatVi oirortr rlut Tlu- 4ire-l Ar.tes. O M F ' J ' " " -j fainting spells, and I cannot say enough for Cardui, fr I T . . . :l . . . 1 . 1 IF IA I 11. - 1 A A 1 r j 1.1 mv it idvcu inv inc. ii is me iipsj ifinu- inr wnmen t Do you suffer from any of the pains peculiar to women? L' Take CarduL It will help you. Ask your druggist Ml Wrf.t tor Lidlef' Advitorr Dept. Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Outtanoori, Tenn.. 1 g Spcclcl Instncbons, tad 64-pate book. "Home Treatmeiit tor Women," tent free. J 50 "3 ; ...j v, Wlft.) II. aa W.M n I inini I ,m , V)m , foj . . J,1.