Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, December 01, 1915, Page THREE, Image 3

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    THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1, 1915.
THREE
... THE QUESTION OF
PR.EPAREDNE
Is Brought Home to us by These Chilly Days
and Cold Nights. Are You Supplied With
Warm Blankets, Comfort
able Underwear, Clothing
Shoes, Coats, Suits,
Sweaters, Etc.
GREATER CHICAGO STORE
T
H
E
Are Fully Prepared for Any Emergency. Shelves
and counters are overtaxed by the weight of
just such merchandise as is required by our
thousands of appreciative patrons, while our
Prices Are An Object
WELL WORTH THE CONSIDERATION Of EVERYONE 1
AND
LADIES' COATS
SUITS
LADIES' SUITS
Regular $12, $15, $18,
While they last
'$390 and $5.90
LADIES' WINTER COATS
Reg. $8, $10 and $12.50.
Prepare for Winter
$3.90 and $4.90
LADIES' ONE-PIECE
Wool Dresses
Reg. $6.50 and $7.50 now
$298
UNDERWEAR, SWEAT
ERS, ETC.
Ladies 75c and $1.00
WINTER UNDERWEAR
For Three Days
48c and 69c
SWEATERS FOR LADIES
$1.49, $1.98 and $2.98
Sweaters for Girls
85c and $1 Grades 48c
Ladies' Trimmed Hats
In Three Lots, values
$2.50 to $5.00 and $6.00
98c $1.95, $2.95
FOOTWEAR FOR THE
WHOLE FAMILY
MISSES' SHOES
Gun Metal, Kid and
Patent, all sizes, button
and lace
98c$2.39, $1.98
BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES
Box Calf Gun Metal and
Goat, all sizes, button
or lace
$1.25 and $149
LADIES' SHOES
Vici, Gun Metal and
Patent, button or lace
$1.69, $1.98, $2.49
PURE FOOD GROCERIES M
Is
well
your larder
stocked?
OUR GROCERIES ARE
SOLD FOR LESS
6 Cakes Laundry Soap
4 cans Aster Milk
6 Pounds Rolled Oats
Any of above for 25c
Watch Our Daily Quo
tations for
SPECIAL PRICES ON
GROCERIES
Playing Tag Around Dead
Man's Cart at Champagne
By William Philip Sims. ;
(United Press Staff Correspomleut.) 1
With the. French Army in Cham
pagne, Oct. 25. (By mail.) "How
can they Btand it I should think the
noldicrB living with Death and the
Dead about them all the time would go
inBane." One frequently hears that.
The answer is easy. The men very
quickly get used to it all. Take this
example:
Aa our party returned to tho motors
today at Bundown, after walking over
tho Champagne battlefield, two carts
pushed quickly past ns. On a canvas
stretcher beneath the horse-shoo axel
of each, lay a soldier, fully clothed.
"Wounded " someone asked.
"Yes," said an officer and changed
the subject. But the soldiers pushing
the carts wero strangely careless with
the wounded men. They walked rapid
ly and took no pains to keep the wheels
out of the smaller sneii-noies. me
forms rocked and pitched and swaved.
The odd attitude of one of them fas
cinated me: he wns on his back, his
arms crossed before, but not touching
his face nor touching each other, with
every lurch of the cart his arms waved
about rigidly and stuck just where
they were.
A second man accompanied each ve
hicle and these two were "kidding"
each other. Tho first threw a elod at
the second and the second replied by
flinging his metal helmet at the first.
There wns a burst of laughter and ns
the carts stopped to permit the push
ers to mop their perspiring brows, tho
two youngsters they were about 20
began to chase each other round and
round the stretchers.
Mcntime we drew up to the little
procession. The solaier still lay with
is arms crossed as though warding
off a blow. The soldiers on the stretch
ers of course, were dead: killed the
night before in the front trenches and
now under cover of the twilight haze
a mixture, of purple vapors and cannon
THE GREATER CHICAGO STORE
smoke, their four fellows were taking
the boilies to one of the new Cham
pagne cemeteries at the rear. Lifting
toe torn cap from the race of the sol
dier with the crossed arms, some one
asked in a hushed voice:
."How did it happen "
"Stray bullet," the cart-pusher re
sponded laconically, "Whewl It's
pretty warm today!"
The stiff armed soldier's death had
Dcen instantaneous. Jle stiffened as
he had fallen, his arms before his face.
He had been a very young man. A
.mall moustache, flaxen light, was on
his upper lip. The cap was replaced
and we went out way, leaving the liv
ing and the dead to go theirs.
Now don't misunderstand. These
four men escorting their dead comrades
to the graveyard were not unfeeling
nor piti.ess in tne. ordinary sense. Tak
en from refined homes, probably, where
the sight of pain hurt them deeply
and from an environment where the
presence of the dead was depressing
and awesome, they were suddenly
plunged into war and slaughter and
agony and death until their senses
were deadened. Their power of ap
preciation had been nullified. Dead
men no longer awed them. Blood no
longer sickened them.
Nature, which ninkes men fiuht and
mutilate and kill each other, had fur
nished its own antidote; otherwise
these men, instead of "kidding" each
other would have been jibbering Idiots.
One man his wife and little girl
live in Paris after serving through
the Battle of Champagne, hod to be
sent to a special hospital, lie was not
wounded. His nerves had been shat
tered, his mental balance upset. His
braiu had not been able to readjust it
self. Nature had let him go on weigh
ing and appreciating all the honor
about him,
The Other Condition is tho only pos
sible safeguard against insanity. It is
the War God s own anesthetic.
WHAT CAUSES COLDS? i
This question is asked every day. :
A cold is really a fever, not always
caused by the weather but often due to
disordered blood or lack of important .
food-elements. In changing seasons
fat-foods are essential because they
distribute heat by enriching the blood
and so render the system better
able to withstand the varying elements.
This is the important reason why
Scott's Emulsion should always be
taken for colds, and it does more
builds strength to prevent sickness.
Scott's Emulsion contains Nature's
rare strength-building fats, so skillfully
blended that the blood profits from
every drop. It is free from harmful
drugs or alcohol. Sold at drug stores
always get the genuine.
Scott ttJtowne.Bioomficld, N.J, H-3
BEAVERS GET JACOBS.
Portland, Or., Dec. 1. The Philadel
phia Nationnls have turned Pitcher
Jacobs, a right handor with Albany of.
the New York state league last year ov
er to the Portland Beavers in part pay
ment for Shortstop Dave Bancroft, it
was learned today.
Bancroft went to Philadelphia last,
season and was the geusution of tho
National league. , - . .
laughter, Mrs. Joe Duncan, and hus
band, from Vancouver, Washington, as
guests for Thanksgiving.
A little son, that came on November
It) is the cause of much rejoicing at
the Dora Grace home on the Prank
V.'ray ranch.
F. A. Doerfler,. who has been back
to the old home in Wisconsin, is on bis
SILVERTON NEWS
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Silverton, Or., Dec. 1. The parents
and friends of tho Silverton schools
wero invited by the high school stu
dents and faculty to a reception in the
new hiuh school building, on Wednes
day evening of lust week. 'ine guests way home now with a car load of fine
were entertained in a very pleasing ! sheep. There are twelvo imported ewes
manner by being shown through th.?jUii imported ram nnd several lambs,
different departments, the rooms hnv- Miss Mary Pottorff, who has been
ing beon tastefully decorated for the: taking in the big Frisco fair, and
occasion. Tiiis was followed by a light spending a few weeks at her nephews
lunch and then a fine program was ren- home in Oakland, returned to Silverton
dered. superintendent .lames gave august Saturday. She reports a very en-
instruetive tniK on tne system oi ino.jo.vnble trip.
school worK, tneir games ana pinns ior
the future. This was a very happy oc
casion for all present and but another
demonstration, the benefit to be de
rived from this get together movement
that Mr. James- has been advocating.
Mrs. Miller Bnrkhnrst died at the
iiome of her sister, Mrs. W, S. Jack
last Saturday after an illness of but
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OAK WOOD $4.50. Phone 413. tf
CITY
708.
TBY OUR HOME TASTUY BAK1NO.
Phone 827W. Doc4
ACREAGE To exchange for houso or
lots, 30, care Journal. Doc I
Claim Is Made That Prose
cutor Practically Tried to
Bribe Witness
San RFraneisco, Dec. 1 That United
States District Attorney Preston sought
to "get" the German consul and vice-
O. A.
imiimiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
FARMERS' AND HOME-MAKERS' WEEK
; sod RURAL LIFE CONFERENCES
Jaauary 3 to 8, 1916
tin !nfortillo, Practical Help for ttat Home
the Farm, the Community.
Conventlona of Oreon'a Oreateat IndiMtrlet
.Conference on Oregon'! Moat Vital Problem
l.'ECTUaKS-DKMONHTHATtONS-
KXHIUITIONS-KNTKBTAIKMKNTS
Two thouaandjpeopte attended laat rear. It la a
great place to make frtenda with live
' Ihiukera and live thouihta, good
i workera. and good work.
' WINTER SHORT COURSE
! January 10 to February 4, 1016
A Practical Agricultural Conn In a Nul Shell.
I Applied Science In Actual Work of
j the Vtrm and HoukuoUI.
Conraealn FRUIT RA1SINO, HARM CROPS,
SOILS. STOCK KAISISO. DAIRY WOKK.
POULTRY RAISING, OAKIlKNINC COOK
INO. SKW1NO, HOllhKIIOI.il ARTS, HOMK
! NURSING, BUSINKSS MHTHODS, ROAD
! BUM IHVtS.FAHM KNGINKKRINO, RURAI
i ORGANIZATIONS. MAKKKTINtt.
'Corrcapondrnce Cotnaea Without Tuition.
liapert Inatructton in Mualc.
t. KtducrU. railroad ratea.
For program write to Tin Collega chang, 0fM
Agncyllunl College. Corviliii. (lw-la-1 U l-l)
consul here as the higher ups in C. C.
Crowley's alleged bomb plotting was
the suggestion conveyed by Consul
Bopp today in a protest lie had for
warded to the Washington embassy.
In this protest, the coiibuI iufercntinl
ly charged Preston with being pro-British.
The note charged that Preston of
fered to give immunity to Crowley if
he would so involve the consul and vice
consul as to make it possible for Pres
ton to connect up the case beforo the
grand jury.
Bopp objected to the refusal of auth
orities to take bail for Crowley, of
fered by the attorney for the consu
late. Moreover, he suggested that
Preston's "treatment of tho defendant
increased in harshness and quite un
reasonably so, as he reflected upon the
connection of the defendant with the
German consulate by way of employ
ment." Further, Bopp claimed that Preston
objected because tho Gorman consulate
sought to present bail for Crowley.
It is believed that the protest will
bo called to the attention of the stnto
department at Washington, with an ob
jection that Preston's activities have
overstepped the courtesies and exemp
Hons granted to the representatives of
a foreign government.
Meantime, subpoena servers have
beon unable to locato North German
Lloyd authorities wanted as witnesses
bofore the grand jury to tell what con
nection, if any, they bad with receipt
of funds from New Tork for supplying
Genman commerce raiders at sea.
Louis J. Smith, laid to be an Import
ant witness against Crowley, was slat
ed to arrive here today and the federal
authorities announced their intention
of having' a hearing on the Crowley
case Friday.
It is understood that tbe department
of justice ha evidence Implicating
Crowloy's allogod associate. Officials
hinted that the situation "will bear
close watohlng," and ovon intimated
that the case may develop into one
more Important than that of the alleged
customs violations of the Hamburg
I American official! at New Tork.
Information today indicated Robert
Cnpellc, North Gcrmnn Lloyd agent
here is in tho east. He Is wanted as a
WAK ODDITIEU.
grand jury witness.
Oregon Bowlers Trim
W. 0. W. League Leaders
The Oregon team took the league
leaders, tho W. O. W. team, down the
Club alleys for a trimming lust nigh
when they won two out of three games
in a spirited contest. Aniiibal of the
OregonB hit 210 for high game and also
rolled 200 for high average.
Next Sunday the picked team from
Eugene will moot the Hulom picket:
team on the Club alleys to finish
contest which was started in Eugene
last Friday. The Eugene team is lead
ing now by 32 points but tho Oregon
hope to reduce this lend nnd pilo up one
on the other side of the ledger. To
night the Watt Bbipps and the Blighs
meet at the Club.
Last night's score follows:
Oregon Theatre.
1 2 3 . Av.
Annibal 212 159 246 20'
Hundin 171 172 157 KIT
Zongcr 173 190 107 177
Whorley 180 158 174 171
Laflar 189 103 170 174
Totals 925 842 914
Team average, 179.
w. o. w.
1 2 3 Av.
Donaldson 190 199 198 190
Bean 174 147 156 159
Lloyd 171 154 167 161
Wilson 147 215 145 169
Kress 189 214 173 192
Totals 871 029 829
Team average, 175.
That Baker woman who wants a di
vorce neeause her husband failed to
tell her he was a paroled prisoner evi
dently married in haste, and the law's
delays may see that she repents at
leisure.
Copenhagen An evidence
taken here to menn that Eng
land has solved the munitions
problem is the plentiful sup
plies of English shotgun cart
ridges for sporting.
London The British In
France are said to be using
captured German field guns
against the Germans, using tho
shells specially niado in Eng
land. London Leading Insurance
companies have recived appli
cations for policies of indemni
fication against the risk of los
ing income through military
conscription.
PROVE
The
WHAT "AMRIC"
New ' Discovery for Kidneys,
Rheumatism and Backache
Will Do For You?
Send 10 cents with namo of this
paper, to Dr. Pierce, Invalids' Hetel
and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N, Y.,
for a large tamplo package of "An
Brie." It will convince any one suf
fering from kidney, bladder, backache,
that it la many times more active- than
lithla, and dissolves urio aeid in tho
system aa hot water melts sugar; be
iidea being absolutely harmless, it pre
aervea the kidneyg in a healthy stato
by thoroughly cleansing them. It clears
the heart valves and chock the degener
ation of blood-vessels and regulates
blood pressure. "An-urlo" is an Insur
ance agent against sudden death. Bend
to Dr. Piereo, Buffalo, N. Y for free
book on Disease of Kidney. Adv,
week. She wns taken suddenly ill
on Mondny but it was not thought to
be serious until' Thursday when an op-
oration was thought advisable. Hlic
was brought to lier sisiers iroin ner
homo on tho Abiqua where she could
have every care, but nothing availed
nnd sue passed awav at 12:30 Maturi ty
afternoon. She leaves a nnsiinnti ami
three children, Dorothy, aged 9; Don
ald, aged 7; and Marvin, aged 5, to
mourn a loving wife nnd mother. The
funeral services were held irom tno w.
S. Jack homo at eleven o'clock on
Monday forenoon, conducted by Bcv.
Albyn 'Essen, pastor of the Christian
hurch or this place, interment was
made in tho Miller cemetery.
Miss Elizabeth KasinuSBon, wno lias
been a guest at the J. M. Mnsden
home tho past five weeks left tor Han
Francisco, California, last Monday. She
will visit the exposition there and also
tho San Diego fair, before going on to
her home in Wyoming.
A family reunion was held at the
Ilclmuth Brandt home last Hunduy, in
honor of Mr. Brandt's brother, Dr. O.
A. Brandt and wit'o who are here from
Fnrmershni-L'. lowu. Those to enjoy
tho hospitality of this home were Mr.
and Mrs. Scott llobart, Mr. and Mrs.
(1. A. Brnndt. and tho Arthur llobart
amily.
M.'O. flunderson nnd fnmily are
nicely settled in their fine new homo
on I'.nHt mil.
George Cussiter has received the sad
news tins week, or tno ueain 01 111s
mother in Scotland.
Miss Bessie Sundvold entertained
tho Girls' Hewing Society of tho Hynod
church on Saturday. The following of
ficers were elected for the coining
year: President, liessio nundvoni;
vice-president, Then, Jensen j secretary
troustirer, Mario Tinglestad.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Moores and enil
lren spent Thanksgiving at Mrs.
Moore's rmrentB In Woodburn. They
wore accompanied homo by her brother
llarland Hicks, who remained tno rest
of the week, going homo Sunday morn-
Messrs. Boscoo Ames, hvoret cram
er, It. L. Nutting and K. A. 1 owden,
attended the big turkey shoot at the
Silver Falls lumber cunm.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Wrny entertained
Mr. and Mrs. (1. M. Brandt at a six
o'clock dinner on Monday of this
woek. It was discovered during tho so
cial evening following, that each couple
were celebrating their wedding anui
vesaries, it bcinit the thirty third an
niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Wray and
nine years for Dr. iiraudt and who. A
vory enjoyable evening was passed.
B. II. McGinnis has been elected as
nightwntch in our little city, assum
ing the unties or this oiriee tne first
of tho week.
Tho revival moetmgs being oeld in
tho Free Lutheran church are conduct
ed by Hev, Kaauin, of Wostport, Wash
ington, and Bev, Storney, of Portland.
Earl Wood left the first of tho week
for southern Oregon on a business trip.
K. A. Lincoln, of Walla Walla, Wash
ington, spent Thanksgiving with his
Earents, Mr, and Mrs. J. Lincoln, on
iberty Hill.
Miss Veuta Moore went to Wood
burn Wednesday to spend the romnin
der of tho week at the home of her
grandparents, Mr. and Mr. J. A.
Hicks, returning on Saturday ovcuiug.
Miss Theresa Humpert, of Mt. Angel,
visited her sister, Mrs. Joe Lais, from
Thursday morning until Hunday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Cooley had their
Dr. Glenn Brnndt and wife accom
panied by his brother, Harliuuth
Brandt, went to Portland Tuesday,
where they will spend a row days look
ing around and also planned a trip to
the coast, lr. and Airs. Hrandt then go
ing on to their home in the cast and his
brother return to Silverton.
Tho Women' Sociul Science club
met with Mrs.; William Service, last
Friday afternoon. A very good pro
gram had been prepared, and an inter
esting meeting followed. . Tho, next
meeting will be held at Mrs, A. J
Hichanlsons.
The Christian church ladies are pre
paring for their annual chicken pie
dinner and salo on December 4th
There will be the young peoples booth
and a sale of all kinds of fancy and
useful articles. Dinner and salo to be
held in tho parlors of tho church. Ev
erybody wet'omo.
Lawrence Harvey has returned from
Washington where he has Deen worn
ing and will spend the winter in Sil
verton.
Mrs. ,T. Pybevik wns a guest of
friends at Salem on Saturday of lust
week, . .
Mrs. B. McKinley is ouito ill at hor
hmne on f irst street.
Wm. Moores was transacting busi
ness at tho Capital City the first of the
week.
Miss Kora Browne was an over Sun
day Eiiest of friends at Independence
.Mrs. r. Li. Hiowii entertained her
friend, Miss Cora Sullivan, from Port
land, at Thanksgiving. .Miss rmiltvnii
is a teacher in the Portland schools.
Mrs. B. F. Terrv, who has been en
joying a visit at tne home of Mrs
( utts 111 Portland, returned homo last
i ndav morning.
Lloyd lluucrly, who is a student or
Heed College in Portland, spent the
Thanksgiving holiday with tho homo
folks. Ho was accompanied ny one or
Ins boy friends, who enjoyed tho nos
pitality or the llaneny homo lor tne
week end.
F. E. and Tt. B. Wrny went to En
gene the first of the week. F. E. made
a short business stny, but It. B. re
mained for a few days visit with his
sister, Mrs. J. J. Chaso.
Mr. and Mrs. G. K, Hume, of Port
land, wero Thanksgiving guests at Mrs.
Humes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Liu
scott on Front street.
Mrs. N. Anderson was over to Salem
tho last of tho week visiting her daugh
ter, Mrs. Rainsdon, returning on Mon
day evening.
Mrs. Llngnas and daughter, Miss
Laura, of Portland, Oregon, were en
tertained tor the week end, at tho B.
Tinglestad home.
Tho H. L. Nutting family are enjoy
ing a visit from Mrs. Nutting's niece,
Mrs. Murtin Kciifield. of Bumidji, Min
nesota.
Mrs. V. B. Meoks, who was In tho
city tho first of the week, to attend
the funernl of Mrs. Barkhurst, left for
her homo at Macksburg Tuesday. Mrs.
Mneks is a daughter of Mr. ami Mrs.
John Wamock of this place.
A littlo son arrived lit tno homo or
Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin Haggerty on
Monday, November 22nd.
Mr. and Mrs. Brady Davi aro among
tho Frisco fuir visitors leaving for tho
sunny south on Wednesday or mis
week.
Mis Esther nine Is planning to
leave for the big fair tho last of the
week.
AUTO FOR HIBE Phone 144. Dec29
WINDOW
CLEAJSIEB Phone
Decll
FOB SALE Italian prune erees, 4 to
6 feet. 11. J. liooek. iioute , box .0.
Dec2
DO YOU NEED
Phone 827 W.
tbe
'Handy Man."
Dec!.
WANTED Second hand - Bcaidsley
Hop Buler. Good repair. Phone ."18 1.
Dcc3
GOAT MEAT FirBt class only, 3o por
pound, ociivoreu 10 any purt 01 en.
150 S. 12th. Phone 2119. DeclO
Ml LL1N Kit Y Trimmed hats at ifl.00
and iCL'.OO at Mrs. Stith, 38 Hub
bard Bldg. Dec3
LADV WITH SMALL CHILD Wish-,
es position as housekeeper. Phono
012M. Dec3
RUMMAGE SALE Now on at 20"
State, by the Court Btreet Christian
church. tf
FUlt BKNT Two houses, pined street,
two blocks Washington school, LI.)
Marion St. Dec7
Flit WOOD Stunipage for sale, il'e
per cord. W. M. Schuott, iioute 3,
Salem. Phono 813. Dec. I
HE CAME- BACK If you have any
old' carpets you wish woven into,
fluffy rugs notify 8. A. Dolmcr.
Phono 1207M. Pcc4
TAKE YOUR UMBRELLAS to .'I43'j
North Commercial street and havo
them repaired and recovored. Dcc3
FIVE BOOM furnished house for rent.
Price $12.00. Phone 04i. Also fur-'
nished J.iusckeeplng rooms. Dec I
APPLES FOR SALE First class and
cooking, senil orders to W. 11. Egnn,
Gervais, Ore., Roulo 2, Phono 3FII.
Dec2-
TWO GOOD FA II MS FOR RENT To.
responsible- parties. Call 404-5 Hub
bard Bldg, or Phono 2.i4, or after of
fice hours, 172. Doc.'l
WANTED To hear from owner of
good ranch tor sulo. Send cash price
and description, D, F. Bush, Minne
apolis, Minn. Decl.
TWO FINE IRVINGTON LOTS In
Portland, to trado for acreage near
Salem. 1 I assunio some. J. C.
care Journal. Doc
FOR SALE Good driving horse, har
ness and rubber tired buggy, '.I0
takes tho outfit at quick sale. Phono
0U2, or cull 1400 Court. tf
WANTED To trado 7 room house and
lot in Riverside, California, for a
bungalow in Salem, or small acicago
near Salom. W. A. Linton Dec
The Weather a Tea Ago Today.
Rain. Temperature, High CO, Low 34
remember Laxative Bromo Quinine
cures a cold in ono day. mere is oniy
" Look for Big-
25c.
one "lJromo Uuininn.
nature E. W. GROVE.
Ton get a paper full of read-
Ing, no contest dope.
FOR GENERAL HOl'HK CLEAN I Nil
with modern machinery, elect rio.
sweeper, etc. Leave orders at 220 N.
Commercial or Phono 953, Dec3
FOUND Peanut and popcorn wngon.
Lost on Liberty gtrcot. Friends in
terested will find same at 147 N.
High, opposito Court House, Tho
Huffman Coufoctionory. tf
O. W. EYRE and L. O. Cavanough are
buying fat hog and paying highost '
enah prico to ship to Portland. ,
Phone O. W. Eyre, 2200M or L. C.
Cavnnaugh, 2183M. tf j
ORDER YOUR MAGAZINES from ;
Mrs. II. C!. Hummel, club offers, best
prioos, quick service. Order gift sub
scriptions, now, will cull for your '
order. Phono 2007 J. Doc3 ,
FOR RENT Fivo room nicely fur
nished cottago, ga stove, connected, j
also wood range In basement, furnaco
nnd all other modern conveniences.
Kifl S. 14th street, inquire at 161 S.
14th St. lec