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THE B1SBEE DA1LX REVIEW, BISBEE. ARIZONA.
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FRIDAY MORNING, JAN UARY 10, 1913.
PECULIAR CASE IS
Gov. Hunt Issues Requisition
for Bad Man in Texas Who
Must Answer Charge of
Conspiracy in Extortion.
NEWS BUIiBAU HISHKK REVIEW.
Room 203 N. D. A. Building, PHOE
NIX, Ariz., Jan !. -Governor Hun
today Issued requisition papers on
the Gocrnor of Texas for tlie retur
to Arizona ot Robt. E. Lee who Is
wanted In Graham county on a charge
of conspiracy to accomplish extor
tion. He Is now In custody of tho
officers at Uma. Texas, aud- Sheriff
Alger left for that point tonight to
secure his prisoner. Lee's crime, ac
cording to the accusation of H. E.
Smith, was a curious one. With two
men named Everett, he
LEGISLATION IN IOWA.
DKS MOINES. la, Jau. iK-Nume-oh
measures of a progressive char
acter are to be considered arid acted
upon b the thirty-tilth general as
sembly of Iowa, which will convene
here todav. Governor Clarice Is ex
pected to indorse woman suffrage lu
lili message and the supjioriers of
(he movement believe that the sub
ject will receive the favorable consid
eration of the lawmakers. The Ore
son p'au of fleeting United States
senator). Is another progressive meas
ure that will be Introduced early lri
the s3i4on. Tax reform, presidential
preference primaries, short ballot re
form, worklnK.nen's compensation,
aud a uJnehour'day for women work
ore are other matters scheduled for
attention. The first Important busi
ness of the legislature alter complet
ing its organization will bo the re
election of William S. Kenyon ns
United States senator.
LOUISVILLE. Ky., Jan. 9. Tho case
of Walter Phllixt, charged with thi
murder of hi brother, Jacob Phllpot,
wat called todny for trial. The ar
c-Hed shot and killed his brother on
August U last, while they were '.n a
vislte.1 a' w'ln seeral companions In the
Smith's house near Safford and in- r,1:I "'ver opposite this city. Phil-
formed Smith one of his cows as.IK)t claims that the killing was an ac- i.OCOme Interested In the
Fresident Woodman, of the
Pays Visit to Property
Parker Woodman, president of the
Commonwealth Extension Mining
company, J. S. Williams, a director
of the company and I-m Stalling,
went to the Extension property on
Tuesday. Mr. Woodman is to have
charge of the work being planned on
this property and after looking over
the ground and the work already
done under the former management
of the coniany decided just where
the new work 'shall begin and Its
Mr. Williams stated yesterday
evening tthnt both he and Mr. Wood
man are very sanguine that this
roberly will easily develop Into a
permanent and lmiortant producer
COLLIDES WITH GAR
NOT BADLY INJURED
J. P. Williamson on Motor
Cycle Struck by Street
Cars Escapes Luckily
As J. P. Williamson, master me
chanic of the C and A., was cross
ing the road on the Warren side of
the South Hlsbee car stop, on his mo
torcjele about six o'clock Wednesday
night, ho hl.t a glancing blovr on the
front of the High Line car coming Into
Warren which threw him clear of the
track on a rock pile. Williamson re
ceived contusion about the head and
bruises on the legs and was uncon
scious for nearly two hours but no
serious results will follow. The in
jured man was taken to .the C and
A hospital where his wounds were
dressed and a short time afterwards,
taken to his home la South IXsbee.
Motorman Evans who ,vas on the
down in an adjoining pasture. When
they arritcd at the place where the
cow vas they found the animal
chained to d stake and then the three
alleged conspirators made Smith, at
the polut of a six shooter, remove the
hide from the cow after hlch they
demanded that lie pay them J3.000.00
or they would inform tho authorities
that Smith had "rustled" the cow
and butchered tho -animal to hldi
his crime. Smith paid the trio $1.S00
after which thoy disappeared. The
Everett brothers are still at large.
ciceiit as lie ,iad no
shooting his brother.
Th TdAfiQ fnr tlla unrlr tn ho ilnne
ore now definitely fixed and It will car 'ne tlme ot the accident says
be started Just as soon as there is i that ho saw Williamson coming up
leturn on the treasury stock which the road at a good rate of speed but
will be put on the market today. that he lost sight of him as he paas-
Hosldes Mr Williams there are ajd a turc in the road unUl the col
numlier of otl-er lttebeelies who bavelllslon near the South Hlsbee car stop.
Common I llllamson was in tne middle ot tne
tntentlo'u of iMh E-Ytmitirm Tills nrniiertv is 1 track when the accident happened
adjoining the old Commonwealth 'and his motor cycle hit the car with
I mine and It Is" believed that It con-la terrific blow, throwing him far out
up and taken In a cir to the C. and
Little injury was done to the mo-
VERY PECULIAR IS
CASE IN PHOENIX
Success depends largely upon
li- Mb. ..i-i. u'Mi'o t, i. ....,.-,.,..- 'tain a rnntinuatlon of the wonder 'of the way of the car.
The Arizona Coporatlon ContmlKully rich ore bodies that yielded so ! Immediately put on and the e
slon have been hearing for the past rauch profit to the owners of the jstopped. Williamson was then pick
MANY FACE TRIAL FOR MURDER.
three days representatives of arl-.original bonanza of that section.
ouy gas. electric and water companies
or tne state concerning a method Oi nun uute.no om.nui
uniform reporting to the commission. HOME. Jan. 9. Queen Helena to-
Commissioner Jones was larsely re- day celebrated her fortieth birthday
sponsible tor the forms proposed by anniversary and was the recipient o:
the commission which apparently met; many presents and messages of greet-
with the-anuroal of all concerned lug from her relatives and the various
Rodrisruez who was convicted nnd.nmi -ni t, luinMi.liuH !, -, iun.nl r.-rt famine nt Kiimtw. in npcord-l JARKSOXVILLK. Fla.. Jan. 9
sentenced from .Maricoim countj to 'order of the commission issued at a ' ance with the wish of hr Majesty Never before in the history of the
be hune at the Florence prison on . later date. - ' , the anniversary of her birth Is not a i circuit court In this clt have there
Jan. 10th for the murder of Ills wlfef state occasion, but Is always ' cele-; been so many murder cases on the
was today granted a reprieve b ,Gor-1 Phoenix auto enthusiasts are pre-' brated b,v .a, ,quiet family gathering! docket as are scheduled for trial at
ernor Hunt on similar grounds to paring for an auto run to the city of ; at tho Quirlnal. The Queen is a daugh- the session beginning this week. Six-
tence men by the governor &ome'has agreed to Join the party as well i oulte naturally. It Is with a
.months ago. It is still tha executive's as many Phoenix merchants. The feeling of personal Interest that she
; idea ihfit the question of, capita pun-1 plans have not been definitely con-1 has followed the progress of the stlr
; lshment should bit lentsed on Uv the i eluded but it is estimated in all thirty ring events in the Balkans the past
people ot the state before any execu j cars will participate. 'few months.
strong, are to be tried before the end of Jan-
..... .... .T.nwA .f Aplt ilotrrjui mlf
der. while several others are to be
tried for manslaughter Nearly all ot
the accused are negroes
ZgZ&F' Watch Fnr Our Fphninn, White Snip
Prices Of Axminster Room Rugs Crowded To The Very Limit
Of Lowness Presenting A Remarkable Buying Opportunity
For $2500 Values
-v TSssAeaetb .Sir
AXMINSTER Itrusbe's Kucs. size
T 1-2 by 9 feet, in handsome On
ental and conventional designs,
rich colorings beautifully blended,
an exceptionally good value at the
regu'ar price J16.30, sale price
For $2000 Values
AXMINSTKIt Bruss-els Hugs,
size S It 3 ins. by 10 ft 6 ins.
All new designs, Rugs of rarest
beauty, gems of art in weaving,
absolutely perfect lu quality , the
kinds that sell for $20, sale price
AXMINSTCR Brussels Rugs,
only a limited number, size 9 by
12 feet. Artistic in design, cor
rect in detail, beautiful and of
lasting service. The kinds that
sell every day In the week for
52" Special at $20.
Clearance Prices That Actually Shout Their Economy
$1850 Tailored Suits-Clearance Price j
HERE ARE Sl'ITS IN SIZES KOR MISSES ASH WOMEN tnal show their worth .n materials and
workmanship Made of navy and brown serge, and new arav and tan mixtures; Jackets lined with
good qaalitv satin, new style skirts. Suits that res-uljrlv sell for $18 0 Choice for $9 45
Plush Coats at tflg
Women blatk Plush Coats, with large shawl col
lar, and deep turn-back cuffs, satin lined through
out, sizes 15 and 38 $18.50 values for $11.45.
Including Hats Worth $7.50
This offer of lovely millinery is unmatch.
able outsl'ie the Basement store, every
hat is included regardless of cost or . -mer
selling price Walk. in. and supply
yourself with a new- Winter Hat and pay
a fraction of real value. Refined and
tastefully fashioned millinery in sizes
and shapes to become every face. Val
ties to $7 for $1.95.
Long Coats at $Qi
Wobkb's Long Coats, made of gray and brown
checked cheviots, with velvet collar and turn
back enffs. 'n sizes 34 and 35. regular 115.00 val
ues for $9 45.
Women's $4 Sweaters $235
"Women's AHAVool Sweaters, in slBgle and double
breasted styles, Mgh or low neck, with or without col
lar, colors navj, gray and cardinal, $3."8 and $4.00
values for 2.35.
Women's $300 Sweaters $145
You never saw the equal of thet,e warm, ocmfortabla
Sweaters for $1.45, single end double breasted styles,
all colors, any size, regular $3 value.
Misses' $175 Sweaters $115
Misses' All-wool Sweaters, with bigh collar cowrs iay
gray and cardinal, sizes for girls from S to 11 year
$1.75 values for $1.16.
Child's 45c Sweaters 25c
Put one of thete warm Sweaters on your efcHd and PH
It pl3y outdoors In the sutfsblne, good quality, sl.es I
to 4 years, worth 45c sale price J5c
Shawls and Scarfs 85c ,
"Women's Wool Shawls :n black and white, and Slljt
Scarfs In plain colors with Persian borders, worth res
ularly $130-j-SaIe price iJc.
$6 Coats PZr
M'sses' and Children's Coats,
made of, a!!-eoi scges n4 ch.T
viots in brown, navy and red.
In a variety of styles, prettily
trimmed, sizes from C to 12
yiars, ?6 values lor $2.4R.
Women's Separate Skirts, made
of good quality nil-wool serge,
in navy and black. In plain sored,
panel crfects and plaited styes',
with straps and button trim
ming, $7 alues for $3.45.
Women's $5Messaline Waists $25
Rare indeed are the opportunities to buy such beautiful waists as
these for a price like this. Made of silk Messaline. Net and Chif
fon, a large variety from which to choose. $5 values for $2.45.
Men's $350 Trousers For $175
The svan M-eding it good pair of Tronsars lor"6verjo'tty wear should
not miss this offer, made of worsteds, casslir-errs nd corduroj
of serviceable quality, all sizes, $3 and $3.50 values for $1 7i.
Looks Like Attempt to Fleece
Ignorant Belgian in a
Deal for Land
PHOENIX. Jan. 9. The superior
court yesterday afternoon saw the ex
planation of one of the most Interest
ing real estate mortgage deals whlcn
has ever been made In this commun
ity. The principals In the case were
Jose Von Mosoelt, who owns the
Trotter grape fruit orchard northeast
of the city, and Chas. Dubel. DlcK
Erdman, a real estate operator, was
the agent for Dubel In the transaction.
The suit was brought by Mosevclt
against Dubel to release the warranty
deed which the latter held on his
The principal In the case. Von Mose
velt. Is a Belgian. He has only been
in the United States about nine
months and is not familiar with the
law- nor the American customs. Upon
his arrival in Phoenix he wished to
buy the Trotter ranch, tie had at the
time nine thousand dollars in cash,
and wished to make a payment of
ten thousand dollars on the propo
sition. The entire ranch was to
copt twenty thousand. In order o
ralre the additional thousand he went
to Dick Erdman and expressed Ills
wishes. Erdman said he could je
cure the loan for him and according
ly went to Dubel.
Instead of making out a mortgage
against the property, a straight war
ranty deed, It Is alleged, was written
out in Erdman's office and on or
dinary typewriting paper. Tho Bel
gian claimed he was made to un
derstand that It was a mortgage note.
It was understood to run for thirty
days. The interest was deducted from
the thousand dollars and at the time
nine hundred and eighty-five dollars
was given to Von Mosevelt, he says.
Two days after the expiration ot
the note. Von Mosevelt. accompanied
by his attorney. Alexander Baker,
went to Erdman's office and wished
to pa off the note. Erdman, it is
claimed, refused the money and said
that his client owned the twenty
thousand dollar grape fruit orchard,
and held a warranty deed for It. The
matter was continued and sometime
ago. It is alleged. Erdman and Dubel
offered to settle with Von Mosevelt
for three thousand dollars. This was
In the argument before Judge Phil
lips, Judge Baker, the attorney for
the plaintiff, used some very strong
language Judge Phillips ddl not
announce his decision at once, but
announce his decision a,t once, but
took it under consideration and will
announce it Saturday.
In vour race for success don't loose sleht of tho fact that onlv
through good health can you attain success.
The tension you most necessarily place upon your nerves, and the
sacrifice of proper exercise you have to make at times must be
balanced in some vay.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
tit tht balancing poistra vitalizing power. It acts on
the stomach and orcans of digestion and nutrition, thus
purifying the blood and giving strength to tho nerves,
indirectly aiding the liver to perform ita very Important
work. Dr. Pierce' Coldtn Medical Digcovery has been
successful for a generation as a tonic and body builder.
Sold by medicine dealers In liquid or tablet form
trial box of "Tablets" mailed on receipt of 3 one
If in failing health write Dr. R. V. Pierce's
faculty at Invalid' Hotel, Buffalo. New York.
DC POTTS CRUT
Th PeepU't Common
$a Medical Adriter
newly rvU4 up-lo-dU
of dclicut quticn
which cvwy vontn.
via el or man ido ctit
to know. Stmt FREE
to cloth binding to oer
Mrc on tectpt of
31 one-ernt tt&znpto
cover cost of wrapping
and mailing only.
SAYS EL PASO
Believed State Would Put
Branch of School of
Mines on Border
SECOND TRIAL FOR -"
GASEY IN FEBRUARY!
Killed Brother-in-Law and
Jury Failed to Agree
at First Trial
. $2P.,!Rugs .$,1 75
.AXMINSTER Umssels Rugs,
slzc'27-by 54, Inches. See these,
note the superior quality, tha
beauty and harmony of shade
blending, and hajidsome new
designs, ?2 50 value! iot !...
I t i r 3i b? I J jfri t ?Ti7in'HJ ii F 7n
$400 Rugs $3jH6 '
AXMIN'STEU Tlrussols Hugs,
elxo 3(5 by 75 inches, in Oriental,
.floral and conventional patterns,
although they regularly sell for
4. w Priced them for tnis
Mle at f3-00.
big theatrical event p.'
fie season here will tak; place when
"The Third Decree' 111 lie pre
sented in this city. Its representa
lion will enlist a company of players
of reputation and of undoubted tal
ent, and staged with the same great
caro that is given to tho exclusive
citv production. The company plays
here Wednesday. Jan. 15. 556
EL PASO, Jan. 9. El Paso can te
cure a state school of mines, a branch
of the university of Texas, it it will
make an effort In that direction. This
Is the opinion of Milton Everett, pub
licity agent for the university ot Tex
as, who is In. EI Paso.
Discussing tho proposition, Mr: Ev
erett says: "EI Paso should go after
a branch of the university and the
time to secure it is now. There is a
plan on foot to secure a separation of
the Texas A. and M. college and the
university of Texas. It would be well
to get the school of mines as a branch
of the university while this matter is
up. In a small way there Is a slight
Interest in geology and it is Investigat
ed some. However, in west Texas
there are 10.000,000 acres of land he
longing to the state of Texas, it
would be well to find out what min
erals they contain and In order to do
so investigations must be made. This
could be done by the establishment of
a school of mines here.
"El Paso Is the place for such an
Institut'on. iiesfdes It could be secur
ed now, when the legislature is fav
orable to such action. The plan is
to establish a tax to support the un
iversity so that the appropriation wil
keep up with the rogress of the in
The medical school of the univer
sity of Texas is located at Galveston.
The school of mines should be locat
ed in El Paso. An effort on the part
of El Pasoans will bring it here, ?o
it is up to EI Paso to make that ef
fort. "In line with the proposal made by
El Pasoans several days ago, the EI
Paso Military institute buiid'ngs and
grounds could be secured and would
form a nucleus for the establishment
of a large institution, one that the
state greatly needs and El Paso ought
The second trial of John P. Casey,'
Jr.. well known In Blsbee, for the'raur-'
der of his brother-in-law in El Paso
will occur next month In that city,
according to the Times which says
"John P. Casey. Jr., charged with
the murder of his brother-in-law,
William J. Amterson, will likely face
trial in the Thirty-fourth district
court February 4 for tho second time.
District Attorney W. V. Hridgers
made a statement to this effect
yesterday, and 6aid In connection
with the case that be had talked
v. 1th all parties interested and found
that this date was agreeable.
"Casey was tried in the same oonrt
early in December on tho charge of
murdering Amberson. The jury was
discharged by Judge Dan Jackson af
ter the jurors had deliberated over
the case for more than two daj-s.
'instead of Joseph Xealon conduct
ing the state's cas.c at the second trial.
W. Xi. Bridgers will handle it. assist
ed by C. U Vowell. Attorneys Tom
Lea, T. A. Falvey and Victor Moore
will again represent Casey. '
"The case was one that attracted
much local attention during its first
trial, which held the attention of the
court for more than a week, and was
hotly contested. The testimony of
fered showed an altercation to hac
arisen between Casey and his sister's
husband, Amberson, following which
Amberson was killed."
AFTER SENATOR PENROSE
BIG BILLIARD MATCH
HARRISBURC, Pa., Jan. 8.
Progressive warfarp against Senator
Penrose promises to enliven the pro
ceedings of the Pennsylvania legisla
ture which convened today No stone
will be left unturned by William Klinn,
leader of the progressives t to secure- cnampionsllip a share of tne gate
the direct nomination of United
States senators, so that he will have
the means in hand to dfeat Senator
Penrose when the latter seeks re
election in 1915.
Tho legislative program Is on of
thf befcviefl that tins faced the Penn
sylvania lawmakers in years.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take LAXATIVE BltOMO Quinine
Tablets. Druggists refund money if
It, falls to cure. E. W. GROVE'S sig
nature is on each box. 25c. Adver
tisement. 530. '
PESTS THREATEN SUGAR CANE
WASHINGTON. D. C. Jan. S
hearing was held at the Department
of Agriculture today to determine th;
advisability ot establishing a queran
tine against the iilant diseases and In
sect rsts that are believed to threat
en the South's sugar can crcp. tho
principal source of the country's su
gar supply. Should the quarantine be
ATTORNEY LOSES SUIT
Counsel for Harry Thaw Cannot Re
cover on Bill for $53,000.
NEW YOKK. N'. Y., Jan. 9. At
torney John B. Gleason lost his suit
today against Mrs. Mary Copely Thaw
to recover $53,000 as counsel fees for
defending her sb, Harry Kendal
Thaw, at his first trial for murder.
The federal court ordered the de
cision in Mrs. Thaw's faior with
PARDONS ARE SOUGHT
California Land-grabbers Make Ao
' peal to President Taft
WASHINGTON, D. C. Jan. 9.
Frederick A. Hyde and J. A. Schnei
der, convicted of conspiracy to de
fraud the United States in contiectton
with lauds In California, have applied
to President Taft for iardons.
INDIAN BILL PASSES
House Appropriates Eight Million for
PITTSBURG, Pa., Jan. 9 George
S-itton, the Chicago cue expert who
lost the world's championship at 1S.1
calklino billiards to Ora Momingstar
last spring, will seek to regain tho
ime in a maicn 10 oe piayea wuu established It might include
Momingstar in this city tomorrow nico and tho Philippines.
Light. The game will be at 500 noints.l
and the winner will receive the title.
a gold trophy emblematic of the
ce:pts ana a purse of I1.00U. In addi
tion, each man lias wagered 7500 on
tlir rosnlt nr n InllriT- ft ivilnt Fnr
. , i.i. iii ficaJ. owthes mod bals tb (nOanwa tsrm
has been training for the big strain k "' "T&'tuE: "La:'0 "
he will have to underzo. and both1 xokdon Mrc co, Miaijpoii, mih.
have been playing in excellent form
Tr ft far naiil catarrh, catarrhal deaf-
ni oav lever, asthma, cold in the head.
For. tMKi eu!ti!iefnmie&roeiemlcurrt. Oicin
1 - -. -. a a--i. . ft.l k& jnAatvtA
LONE PROGRESSIVE LAWMAKER
IffPPPOCrtV ffTV Ton Ik l ..1,
the democrats in overwhelming con-'
trol, the Missouri legislature assem-l
bled for its biennial session today.)
meeting in the temporary structure)
which Is to house the state ofQccs
during the construction of the new.
capitol. The membership cf the house
includes one progressive. J H. Som
en Hie of Mercer county, and 11" prcce
d3nt is followed he will be the floor
leader of his party and will be entitled
to membership on every committee.
Home rule for cities, amendments to
the state primary law, and the direct
election o' United States senators
are among the Important measures
to be brought before the legislature
' B33SipinMara!MUlUUttUiJ HUBB
Based on Medicine
To say that a arwdflc exl( for It care
of CoBBHDipttoa i rlMi4 too airoiiff a
MattOH-ut l.nt In ErLtuaiTa AKrratlre we
haTc a metlk-lite that Im Imh t1h means
of sarins many a life lu year uf Metal
nrsn. ami In I'frmaDitttlj- ! fit log a
Ursr btiiiitr ftf ConHiite;irf.
Certainly a itmhi attIMn! irltb a wat
Ibk ib-ae ihinlil I veil trtl Willi wboJe-
WASHINGTON. D. C, Jan. 9 Th S u HKHMUitWnw a dlfftlre break
Indian appropriation bHI. carrying up-1 1a. awl laen no fo.I mmrttbm. .
proximately $8.00.00. was passed late J"gU JgSt,"!?- bB'
today by the hotiee. Ahr dirt that i-im ownuwptive writ
The urlacipal items of the till as, twrWeJ la -the rUbt tie. hat what j
finally adopted by eUoe Incite j fe& i-JJ JJ gji-t -
for gratuity appropriatlOBS J6,SJ.wri, is mi n( VtmimmptUm. Let tbote
for fulfilling treaty tlpuUt1oe 74.-, ii wh ,. H-re u w
560 and relmburwment Items JSM.0M. anttoZ''T!? 'timeXiuR 1 ,
I nperMfd njn far Tabefralar :-riuB4lU
uoMORS MRS. AND at " i'aryV HaapKat. .. X. V.
HONORS. MHO. " , Att tfc, ,.nllm, mf phrnicfc,, .re mt
MISS CLEVELANU, UJ, !,! I Vf then rt by a
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 9. prle to take K. Ibwbh Alteratlre, wMrh
I ItHI. ,Mf WTtKNl Al INT IIIHC nH , IM.
I tBtan to Imprme a ail ateadHr Kleil
At a reception given at the home
of Mrs. John. Hays Hammond this
-.rt&t-aAnn l Mri 1 nrriVnr Cleveland
(made her "t ppearnncc In Wash
ington society ?inco site ceased to b
mistress ot tne wntte ouse iiiieen
years ago. M1m Bsthef Cleaad"
ihared with her mother the honors
of the occasion. Many of the fore
most representatives of official and
roaldeat society attended the fuse
N bjdlth asd vtrenitth. 1 ncx wc'.ch IS)
Tktaas' AHerallre N efftlr 1b Brn-
rWtri. AtthaM. Hay Krrer: Throat and
T.h? TrmHw. atHl In whIMlrs the
f&m. Jht at rmtaln p4tfic. oplatet
or bahll-l-aiutBC ilfwn. Ak rr tno,let
telltir ourerarcrtes mm! write ts Kcknwn
Latorirtnry.JMIaileH.hht. ra. fr moreeTl
deDee. Far sale by alt lead fa? dtvggljti
Loweii Drug Co., lu Lunoit.
USED SAGE TEA
To Darken the Hair and Re
store Gray and Faded Hair
to Its Natural Color.
it Is easier to preserve the color
of thp hair than to restore It. al
thoueh it is possible to do both our
crindmothers understood the secret.
They made a "sage tea," and their
dark, glossy hair long after middle
he wai due to this fact. Our moth
ers have gray hairs before they are
lifty. bat they are beginning to ap
preciate the wisdom of o"r grand
mothers in using "saste Ua." for their
hs!r and are fast following suit
Tho present generation has the ad
vantage, of the past In that It can get
a ready-to-use preparation called W
rth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy.
As a "jcalp tonic and color reecorer
this preparation Is vastly superior to
the ordinary "sage tea" made by OHr
The growth and beaHty of the hair
depends on n healthy condition of
tho scalp, vfyrth's Saiw and ShI
phur Hair Ttemedy quickly kHIs tho
dqndruff . germs which ,rpb ,the .hair
Mlp clan -UMnShalUiTV gives Mhe
air strength, coler arid beauty, and
makes It grow.
Get a 50 cent lottljj from your
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money back if you are not sntisfted
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