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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, Jan. 29, 1913
COOKE ENDS LIFE1
I Found Dead in Hotel Room Leaves
Note to Man'ln Diirano, Colo.,
Giving; ills Jtcason.
"I have an incurable disease which
has bothered me for five years. This
is the reason for doing this. F. C
"P. & This is the end of a life of
This note, written with a lead pencil,
and addressed to N. G. Cooke. Durango,
Colo., -was found on the dresser in roon
22 of tht. Planters' hotel, on south El
.fasu street, in which the body of Frank
Cooke, aprcd iO jears, was found Tues
day night at 7 o'clock. On a chair at
the side of tne bed was a half empty
bottle ci morphine and a glass of water.
According to the verdict of coroner E.
B. McChntock. who held the inquest
and pronounced the death a suicide,
the man had been dead for 10 hours.
A. P. 1 inkle, proprietor of the hotel,
who found the body, stated that Cooke
ume to the hotel on January 24. Mon
day night, he said, he paid his room
rent and went to his room. That was
the last time he was seen alive.
The body is beine held at a local
undertaking establishment pending ad
ices from Mr. Cooke, of Durango, who
has been notified of the man's death.
TO RIFLE WOUND
Geronimo Valenzuela, aged IS years,
who was accidentally shot in the abdo
men last Sunday by a bullet from a .22
rifle in the hands of Benito Aldaz, died
at the county hospital of his wounds
ednesday morning at 8 o'clock. The
omplatat charging Aldaz with assault
to murder filed in pustice of the peace
K. B. McC'lintock's court, was changed
to that of murder. Valenzuela will be
buried ths afternoon In the Catholic
MISS CARRIE 31. LESSER,
Miss Carrie M. Lesser. 8S years of
age, died at her home, 1536 .Boulevard,
a' 12:30 Wednesday afternoon, after
an illness of six months. She had made
her home with her brother S. O. Les
ser, who was for several years justice
of the peace here, and by her niece,
Miss C L. Lesser, a nurse. She was a
native of Canada and for many years
had made her home at Northfield VL,
coming to El Paso four years ago. The
funeral will be held some time Thurs
day but arrangements have not been
MISS GM:s O. PATTERSON".
The funeral of Miss Agnes G. Pat
terson, vi ho dud at a local hospital
last Friia, was held from the church
of the Immaculate Conception "Wednes
rtav morning at 8 o'clock, services be-'
ng conducted by Rev. father F. C
lioy. Inuiment was made in Concor
dia. Catholic cemetery. Thomas J. Pat
it rson. a brother of the deceased, was
here from Portland, Ore., to attend the
"The Popular Mes Store"
Swapping Dollars With the Odds in Your Favor
Overcoats Must Go!
SPRING suits are arriving daily and we must have
room for them, consequently it is our intention to im
mediately "clear the decks" of all Fall Suits and Over
coats at once. It is a rare opportunity for you to secure
clothing at less than manufacturer's cost. Come Thurs
day don't delay. We price
Hart Schaffner ? Marx, Rogers
Peet and Other High Grade
Suits and Overcoats
$37.50 to $40.00 values for $24.00
$32.50 to $35.00 values for $21.00
$25.00 to $30.00 values for $18.00
$16.50 to $20.00 values for $12.35
$1 2.50 to $1 5.00 values for $1 0.00
MRS. LENA RECORD.
Mrs. Una Record, who came here
from San Diego, CaL. one year
..go, diei at 111 1 east Missouri street
Tuesday nighr, at the age of 43 years.
Mineral sen ices will be held at the
hapel, 7 J8 north Stanton street, Thurs
day aftei noon at 2 o'clock and will be
t ondueted b Rev J. F. Williams, pas
tor of tne First Baptist church. The
body will then be shipped to San Diego,
Cal , for interment.
JOSE D. DOMINGUEZ.
Jose D. Dominguez. who died on Jan.
26 at his home, 2910 Mansana street,
at the ae of 61 years, had resided in
VI Paul ahmit SO var- H is sllrvivAri
i his wife and "ive children, all of j
WIlOlll tl - UUM11CU, X11X IWUJ wsa i
placed to rest in the catholic portion
of Concordia cemetery.
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Copyright Bait Scbifacr & Jlurx
Usr Domestic Colcc.
Southwestern Fuel CG.
BELATED KRKIGnT TRAINS
DHLi.VV HOBO COSVBXTIOX.
New Orleans, X.a., Jan. 29. Belated
freight trains and enforcement of vag
rancy laws in the southern states com
bined to postpone the first session Of
the annual national hobo convention.
Police authorities of Mississippi, Ala
bama, Arkansas and other nearby
states are interrupting: the itinerary of
manv of the delegates, according 'O
Jefferson Davis, president of the Cas
ual, Unskilled and Migratory Workers
.Tames Kade Howe, of St. Louis, so
called "millionaire hobo" and president
iiavis haie made unsuccessful efforts
to rent u 'i i'l for the convention.
Men's $4 and $4.50 Pants $2.95
CHOICE patterns and colors in men's
pants well made garments that fit
well and give, satisfactory wear. You can
not afford to overlook this offer if you can
use an extra pair pants.
$4.00 and $4.50
air pants. O Q
1 values for P Jd3tJ
Take a Look at the New Spring Hats
BUY your new Spring Hat now a derby or a soft hat either is sure to
rlplio-hf: vnn if vnn nhnnsp frrvm tlifi "Pnrmln-r's" sfnrl- "Wo ooll Sfocj
Hawes von Gal and other high grade makes. There is more style and better
quality in the hats we sell than in any others at anything like the same
price. Prove it yourself get a new Spring Hat Thursday get it of us.
STKI TRUST SUIT NEARS ESD.
N.- - X. Y., Jan. 29. The case
Of the government in its suit to dis
mltt the United States Steel corpora
tion may close today. Government
lounLi announced today they would
finish taking testimony this evening
I if i ntdthc right to call additional
witr i - labe
ls a critical period weakened
throats, delicate bronchial
tubes and unsound lungs often
follow; sometimes impaired
sight or hearing;.
But if SCOTTS EMULSION
is taken promptly and regularly
after the fever subsides it
quickly and effectually re
stores appetite, strength and
8TH COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS.
James JR. Harper, J. F. McKenzie and E.
F. Higgjns, Justices.
Motions Submitted J. F. McWiHiams
vs. Fort Stockton Irrifjated Lands com
pany, from Pecos; motion of appellee to
strike out statement of facts. Hortre
C. Coekburn et aL ts. D. B. Cherry, from
Harris; appellants' motion for rehearing.
Barron & Clark vs. T. M. White, et aL,
from Martin; appellants motion for cer
tiorari. Motions Granted W. J. Chambers vs.
P. B. Wyatt, admr., from Harris; ap
pellees' motion for the issuance of man
date (costs to be paid in administration
I Motions Overruled J. C. League vs.
. Wm. M. Rice institute, etc, fromHarris;
appellant's motion for rehearing, also
appellant's motion for oral argument on
am wuLiun iur reiica.rinjj. u. jj.. jcoung
berg vs. First National bank of Pecos,
from Beeves; defendant in error's motion
to -lismiss writ of error and to strike out
transcript. W. E. Woodruff vs. J. 2i.
Taub, from Harris; plaintiff in error's
motion for rehearing.
Between Husband and Wife
34TH DISTRICT COURT.
Dan M. Jackson, Presiding.
Estefano Morales vs. Guadalupe Mo
rales, suit for divorce; granted.
Josefa McAfee vs. J. L. McAfee, suit
for divorce; suit dismissed for failure
to pay costs.
I. Alderete vs. A. S. J. Eylar et al., in
ujnction suit; defendant's motion to dis
solve injunction "granted.
Mrs. M. Davidson vs. El Paso Electric
Railway company, suit for $25,000 dam
ages; on trial.
41ST DISTRICT COURT.
A. M. Walthall, Presiding.
Edna S. Clusinan vs. David Rupert
Clusinan. suit for divorce; granted.
Foix vs. Moeller et al., suit for dam-
there is always good feeling if her
bread and pastry is satisfying.
This is accomplished by using
Swans Down Flour
Suppose you ask your grocer and
give it a trial. It is sure to please.
EL PASO STORAGE
Distributor. Phone 2166.
GAVE RESTFUL SLEEP
"I have used Duffy"s Pure Malt
Whiskey and find that it is all that it
is represented and will always use it
because it has helped me and there is
nothing better,in sickness. I used your
product for malaria and ague and I
can truthfully say that it cured me.
Again I used it when I had a yery se
vere attack of pneumonia and with the
same good results. I began to Improve
at once, my nerves became settled and
I could sleep, something I had not done
for weeks. Your product certainly
brought me rest; it quieted my nerves,
and now I am entirely well." Airs.
Anna iTCallister, 157 Geisendorf St., In
BE SURG YOU GET DUFFY'S
Sold in SEALED BOTTLES ONLY by
druggists, grocers and dealers. $1.06
a large bottle. Make certain the seal
over thp cork is intact. Refuse substi
tute ani imitations: they are injurious.
Fj-i i'i ! , ii booklet and advice Write
Theijuffy Malt lilskey Co Rochester,
ages; on triaL
Blasa Torres Porras vs. Carman Porras,
suit for divorce; fiied.
Louis Hetzler vs. El Paso Electric
Railwav company, suit for ?5000 dam
J. C. Gebhart vs. Frank Martin et al.,
suit on debt; filed.
JCon jury cases set for week be
ginning Feb. 24. 1913:
No. 5136 Look vs. Jaquez.
No. 6899 Cotton vs. Butts.
No. 7651 Llebman vs. Harris.
No. 8256 Blume vs. Stergis.
No. 8333 Nafe vs. Ardoin.
No. 8537 McCombs vs. Lefkovitz.
No. 8727 Payne vs. Long.
No. 8750 Dun vs. "Wagoner.
No. 8794 Newman vs. McElRoy.
No. 9273 Colley vs. Southwestern
No. 9357 Dominguez vs. Dominguez.
No. 9379 Luck vs. Insurance company.
iNO. 3620 aiarks vs. Sambrano.
No. 9681 Renfro vs. Britt.
No. 9747 Nash vs. Posener.
No. 9698 Isenberg vs. G. H. & S. A.
Ballard Coldwell, Presiding.
R. B. Bias Fuel companv vs. C. J.
Frank, suit on account for $80 and cross
action- judgment for plaintiff.
Longino Mocias, pistol charge; given
30 days in jail.
Tomas Maese vs Luis Herrera, ar.,
and jr suit for $100 commission; judg
ment for plaintiff against Herrera, sr.,
for amount sued for.
Nathan Butter company vs. Mrs. Sarah
Meinz. suit on account for $223.78; offset
of $83 set up by defendant; judgment
for plaintiff for full amount.
W. A. Graham vs. Mrs. A. Goodman,
suit for $500 damages; on triaL
E. B. McCIintock, Presiding.
T. P. Pyle, charged with negligent
homicide; held to grand jury on $500
Benito Aldaz. charced vtU murder.
J. J. Murphy, Presiding.
Fraser Bros. vs. W. J. Fewel, suit on
account for $80.40; judgment for defend
ant. Charles Middleton, charged with , as
sault to murder; held to grand jury on
Paulino Martinez, charged with theft
by bailee; examining trial in progress.
AVA1TERS PROLOXC STRIKK.
New York, N. T., Jan. 29. Following
a day of quiet in which hotel managers
declared that the waiters' strike had
been broken and that many of the 2,500
waiters, who originally Joined the
movement, had applied for reinforce
ment, a crowd of 1,500 waiters in
mass meeting last night voted unani
mously to continue the strike until
aemands had been granted.
Rochextrr ShopK Are Closed.
..Rochester, N. Y., Jan. 29. True to
their threat to suspend op-iratlon If
. . thousand strikers did not re
turn to work, the clothing inanufac
ihlt ,of Rochester announced that
tLi shops would not open today,
feet d.S htousand employes will be af-
Denuty Stabbed Ilurlng Riot.
Pittsburg, Pa. Jan. 29. In a fight
at the American Steel & Wire tym
pany, Whrf iOn -r.an o- ., olril
oeputy sheriff iavis was probably
ratally stabbed by an unknown for
eigner. Chlcagoani Threnten to Strike.
Chicago, 111., jan. 29. Leaders of the
union garment workers in this city
continued their preparations to call a
general strike should the controversy
in New York not be ended In a day or
two. It was stated in labor circles
that more than 50 000 orsr.imzed gar
ment workers in Chicago would walk
out in the event r,f an unsatisfactory
culmination of tiie r,.-. ..-nations for
praoe new pending In th- cost.
1 ELEVATED FROM
HOUSE TO SENATE
Many States Honor Congressmen By
Electing Them to the Upper
House For Service.
"Washington, D. C, Jan. 29. rThe spe
cial session which will begin soon after
the inauguration of presdient Wilson,
will be an altogether new congress,
the 63d, of whose 184 members, 23 sena
tors and 161 representatives will be
new to their places. The unusually
large number of new representatives
is the result partly of the reappor
tionment, which created many new con
gressional districts. But the political
overturn Is responsible almost wholly
for the great change In the personnel
of the senate.
The new senators will take the place
of others, many of them long and
widely known. Such, for example, are
senators Joseph W. Bailey, of Texas;
Shelby 31. Cullom, of Illinois; W. Mur
ray Crane, of Massachusetts; Joseph H.
Dixon, of Montana; Frank .O. Briggs,
of New Jersey; Morris Brown, of Ne
braska; Jonathan Bourne jr., of Oregon
and Murphy J. Foster, of Louisiana.
The fact that anunusuallylargenumber
of the states are sending to the senate
men well qualified for the place by
reason of their irevlous legislative ex
perience In the lower house of con
gress is a subject of much favorable
comment in Washington just now A
review of the list shows that a ma
jority of the new men who will sit
in the senate after March 4 have al
ready served as renresentntivo
The toga of senator Bailey, of Texas,
now worn temporarily by Col. R. mI
Johnston, an appointee of the governor!
has fallen upon the shoulders of Mor
ris Sheppard, who has been a repre
sentative in congress the past 10 years,
and as been looked upon as one of th
Bryan leaders in that body.
Another prominent member of the
lower house who will be seen in the
senate Is John W. Weeks, who has
been named to succeed senator Crane
of Massachusetts. Mr. Weeks, though
a comparatively young man, has repre
sented the 12th Massachusetts district
since 1905. He is regarded as rmo nr
the best informed members of the
house on military and naval matters
Senator Foster, of Louisiana, will be
succeeded by Joseph E. Ransdell. who
has had nearly 15 years service In the
Edwin C Burdeigh, who has been
selected by the Maine legislature to
succeed senator Gardner, has had much
legislative experience, though he Is not
now a member of congress. After 15
years in the house he fell a victim
the Democratic landslide in Maine two I
Ollle M. James, who Is to succeed
senator Paynter, of Kentucky, has had
10 years" experience In the lower house
Mr. James first became acquainted
with the business of law making at an
early age. when he served as a page In
the Kentucky legislature.
Senator Norris Brown, of Nebraska,
will he succeeded by George W. Nor
ris, who for 10 years has represented
the fifth Nebraska district in congress.
The new senator gained prominence as
one of the original Republicans "in
surgents" in the house.
Another representative who will be
seen In the senate after March 4 is
William Hughes, the Democratic choice
for the seat of senator Briggs, of New
Jersey. Mr. Hughes has served four
terms as the representative of the
sixth New Jersey district.
GATHER IN DOUGLAS
Arizona Federation of Women' Clubs
Is in SeSHion; Delegates See Mex
ican Soldier Irrin.
Douglas. Ariz.. Jan. 29. Many Demo
cratic politicians are here to attend tiie
meeting of the county central commit
tee, called by chairman Hanklns who
wishes to secure the endorsement of
proposed bills for the payment of imle-
For Women, Misses and Children
EACH YiiiAt tne ' -popular s '
first showing of Wash Dresses
is an event that many women in this
vicinity look forward to, for it is an
occasion that has won for itself an en
viable reputation for value-giving.
.When you have seen this large and
wonderfully comprehensive assort
ment of the newest Wash Dresses for
women, misses and children, you will
agree with us when we say that this
year it is better than ever. And as
for values, a glance at the prices on
the garments in our San Antonio
street windows will convince you that
we have broken some records.
Women's and Misses
Dresses $245 to $6.45
THESE DRESSES are exceptional values made
of Ginghams, Percale, Repp, Ratine and Linen.
They are novel, not so much in the design as in the
combination of materials or the unusual contrasts in
color, appearing in the waist, skirt or trimmings.
Linen and Ratine are considered very smart for
dresses where the materials are used in combinations,
and also for developing- the dress of one material, but
LJ showing contrasting colors.
Linen dresses are very effective when showing ratine embroidery about 2 1-2 inches wide, which fol
lows the outline of the bolero jacket, ending with pointed cutaway coat effect in the back. Then
again, the Ratine is used for the waist and rounded hip sections, the linen appearing in panel form.
in the center front and back, and forming a band at the bottom.
Some of the dresses show the Cossack idea, which is similar to the slightly Moused waist with a short
tunic extension cut over each hip. The colors most favorable in these cotton dresses are soft shades
of blue, rose, tan, mustard, wistaria, purple, also white.
Many smart belts are used at the normal or lengthened waistline, some being mode' -of leather and
others of the cotton materials and button-trimmed.
Girls Wash Dresses at 95c, $1.45, $1.95 and $245
LINE 3 Unusually pretty dresses for girk of two
to fourteen years, high or Dutch neck styles, with
long or short .sleeves and several with the Middy
collar, made of Scotch Zephyrs, chambry d an
and percale J)17D
LINE 4 Trench and Scotch ginghams, chambry and
percale dresses, in a big variety of pretty styles
for girls of two to fourteen years. Ex- J Q A F
ceptionally cheap at your choice &i .rO
LINE 5 Dresses of fine French ginghams, linen, ratine, cordeline and other wash fabrics of this
character. Some are middy and Norfolk styles others axe Russian and combination tailored styles
colored wais and plain white skirt or visa verso. .When striped or plaid fabrics are employed the
trimmings usually consist of plain colored chambry or linen in some bright color. This is frequently
used on the collars, cuffs and belts, and occasionally for the buttons and loops, giving a prettv
finishing touch. When plain fabrics are employed the fancy trimmings- are used. That is to say,
plaids or stripes are employed and look exceedingly well. The new washable brocaded crepes and'
ratines, which have recently been put on the market, as well as the new (jj Q QCC AC
zag-zig fabric, are being used on some of these jdresses. Prices range from tPu.3 Dt40
The "PopularV Special $4.95 New Spring Skirts
T" HE materials are serges, whipcords, mixtures, novelty stripes, checks
-- and ratine weaves. Both draped and pleated styles as well as plain
models. Buttons with simulated buttonholes are the favored trimmings
me iaea oemg to carry out tne tauormaae eltect. A large assort
ment to cnoose rrom.
y .a-yg-ttN ssr-v:- - "
LINE 1 Very pretty styles made of good quality
ginghams, percales and chambrys in light and dark
colors, plaids, checks and plain, with long Q
or short sleeves, high or Dutch neck c3 C
LINE 2 Zephyr ginghams in plaids, cheeks and
stripes, percales in neat light and dark small fig
ures, and chambry in solid colors. Many of these
are prettily trimmed. For girls of two d 1 AtL
to fourteen years P A .O
y uut Liie uuiurixiaue eu. ecu ja. large assort- k a r i
'Popular" special ...... ... ?4wO
The New Silk Underskirts $2.95
LOVELY messaline silk underskirts, made with
jersey tops in black, white and the season'3
fewest shades. 'Also brocaded messaline skirts in
very color of the rainbow and white. All new and
just opened up. "Popular" O QC
Neckwear Novelties For Spring
WOMEN'S neckwear for spring shows a wide
range of novelties. Low collars are "the
thing." Shoulder point styles are very good. Flat
collars with jabots will be very popular. Many new
effects in stocks and stocks with jabots are present
ed. Sleeveless guimps and frillings will retain a
strong hold. Plain net, shadow lace and button dee
orations will lead. Among the chief materials em
ployed are net, lace, fancy voile, crepe satin and hand
embroidery. See our new arrivals for Spring and
See The New
Brocaded Messaline Waists $2.95
THE very newest thing in waists white brocaded
.messaline, trimmed ia crystal buttons with
collar of plain white or navy blue messaline; neat
laee jabot at neck; long sleeves with lace at
cuffs. See these tomorrow &0 QC
Ribbons For Spring & Summer
THIS will be a great ribbon year. Manufacturers
of garments and millinery are making ribbons a
fundamental trimming feature of their spring nd
summer models. In millinery, fancy edge novelties
and Bulgarian taffetas are well liked. Moires and
failles are used for large bows and crowns. Richly
flowered velour novelties are "the thing" for costumes.
Huge designs in warp prints are expected to be a
strong feature. We are also showing many new de
signs in brocades. See them tomorrow.
See The New
age to state and county delegates of
all parties while on duty; also to elim
inate voting by proxy. The morning
was occupied with the discussion. The
program of the afternoon Included the
possible endorsement of several candi
dates for federal appointments. The en
dorsement of the state administration.
Governor Hunt, state engineer Lamar
Cobb, senators Sims and Roberts, rep
resentatives Curry Graham. Ball and
Craig are in Douglas and attended the
meeting. Most of them plan to leave Fri
day for the capital to spend a few
days prior to the opening of the spe
cial session, planning the work.
The Arizona Federation of Women's
clubs has onened Its session nere. Yes
terday afternoon was devoted to reg
istration of delegates- and a reception
at the Gadsden. The business session
opened this morning at the High school
auditorium. The address of welcome
was delivered by E. R. PIrtle. Principal
addresses today were by governor
Hunt, Mrs. Percy V. Pennybacker,
president of the National federation,
Dr. Agnes McKee Wallace, of Prescott,
state president. The delegates will visit
the ninth 'caralry camp, the smelters
and Agua Prieta, the Mexican soldiers
are to have a special drill in honor of
the women. The sessions wijl close
MINNESOTA SBNATE REJECTS
BILL CHANTING SUFFRAGE.
St Paul, Minn., Jan. 29. By a vote
of 33 to 30 the Minnesota senate re
jected a' bill proposing a constitutional
amendment giving women the right to
vote. During a speech against the
measure there was hissing from women
in the galleries, but this was discon
tinued by a threat to clear the gal
leries. KEY PITTMAN IS ELECTED
TO SENATE FROM NEVADA.
Carson fity, Nevada. Jan. 29 Key
Pittman was chosen United States
senator bv both houses the vote bein;
tak n separaMv George Stale a
S' list, was giwn one vote in eai.a
NEW JERSEY SENATORS GIVE
DINNER FOR WILSON.
Atlantic City, X. J Jan. 29. President-elect
Wilson attended a farewell
dinner given In his honor here last
night by members of the state senate.
Republicans and Democrats alike at
tended and only members of the senate
were admitted. None of. the speeches
were reported, and am Informal pro
gram of fun and diversion was arranged.
J. T. ROniNSON IS ELECTED
T.,,ToSXT PH03i ARKANSAS
Robinson. Democrat, was today elected.
f. i. vi. V auwsu lbs iaie Jerr
Davis, by the Arkansas legislature in
joint session. ,
FtVVOR DIRECT ELECTIONS.
Lansing. Mich.. Jan. 39. By unani
mous vote, the lower house of the
Michigan legislature ratified. the
mt55.menS to lhe federal constitution
providing for the election of UiUtid
States senators by popular vote. Simi
lar action already had been taken by
the senate, "
DELAWARE ELECTS DEMOCRAT.
Dover., Del., Jan., 2. WilUrd Sauls
bury. Democrat, was today elected
United States senator from Delaware
RepSubC:,radn.SenRt0r " SSSS.
MAD DOGS ARE BARBED
FROM PARCELS POST
Berkeley, Calif.. Jan., 29. All done
up in a neat package, a mad dog ar
rived here by parcel post yesterday.
TOad" it was labeled and soMt turntd
out after the bundle he been ex
amined, by a veterinary.
Although the dog was dead, post
master Merrill said the shipment over
stepped the bounds of the parcels post
and he has sent eut an order barring
mad doss, dead or alive, from the mails.
The package was sent from Flor'ston,
Calif., where the dog had been shot.
Chronic Constipation Cured.
"Five years aso I had the worst case
of chronic constipation I ever knew of.
and Chamberlain's Tablets cured me,"
writes a F. Fish, Brooklyn. Mich. For
sale by all dealers. Advertisement.
Our regular 50c silver cike, 40c to
morrow. Purity Baking Co.,
112 Texas Street.
499 N. Oregon.
Use Domestic Cote.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
The. i-?lel P"1'0 DI Xorte.
nht S-A?'? open until mid-
lent servica. " earte-excei-
j,nC.Ontra'Lt0rs' looK over our h and
doors and save money. Lander Lum
Our regular r.Oe silver cik.- 40c t.
rnrlty Dnklne ( o.,
11-' T. is S"- t
. 4uj !w U'-.
gray lair fSesferefc
Beatores Gay. Strratel c
Bleached Hir cs ioas!3fco
Iron Ush Brvvm to Bbxw
ti-j no poJaocs and is sot Ettc.,
DT"(-palT. hold trr ail ArBFT1'
sr im win rend Ton a I-.U Size tor 80e pootrs.
juso te (sfct tiw as Eradi CCc If jcar die.- .
Cant seil is send lrr-t to us. Sees! ta X
rnipper Tna two bc-i-ss ircrrtaued from a drr
snd in lr j giro yea & tm-eiza bottls far DC
SfALNCTTA CO, 1405 OUrc St, SU Louis,