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EL PASO HEHA1D
Tuesday, February 3, 1913
MRS. PENNYBAKER POINTS 10 HOME PERILS;
CATHOLIC WOMEN GIVE A CHARITY BALL
The perils that threaten the modern
home, are: Rata Id the hair; exagger
ated coiffure; girls marrying who
know nothing about home making or
housekeeping; the lack of interest a
father shows in the bringing op of nis
children, leaving that to the mother;
the failure of the American husband
to make his wife and daughter an al
lowance, they being the spenders of
the income of the country; the play
acting of mothers with their children
instead of really giving themselves up
to the enjoyment of them children be
ing able to detect the real thing fin
ally a lack of solidarity that to too
often found in the American home.
These were the points made by Mrs.
Percy V. Pennybacker. president of the
Woman's federation, in lecture de
livered Monday night to an audience
of society women which filled the First
Christian church. There were a few
men in attendance. Mrs. Emmonds
Crocker, chairman of the conservation
committee of that organisation, en the
same night, urged women to sacrifice
their vanity and give up wearing the
plumage of any birds.- except that ef
the domestic hen, turkey or ostrich.
In the case of the former she said a
placard should be worn, for feathers
some times heralded as hen's feathers
belonged at one time to some other
Mrs. Pennybacker unqualifiedly put
the ban on "rats" and urged mothers
to Insist on their daughters adopting
a less exaggerated style of coiffure,
which she said, was both an offence
against the laws of good taste and good
It is the duty of a mother, Mrs.
Pennybacker stated, to see that her
daughter, before she even contemplated
marriage, was a proficient home maker
and a house keeper. There were very
few instances, 8he said, where the girl
was qualified to perform these duties.
The girl of today, she declared, knows
little about sewing, cooking or any
thing else that would be useful around
the house, and if asked about these
matters would be apt to reply: "No. I
do not know anything about cooking,
and those sort of things, but I can
learn. Besides. Barry, wants us to
board." "Marriage is a contract" Mrs.
Pennybacker said, "and It is the duty
of each to perform his or her part
She cited instances of the manner In
which girls in foreign countries were
brought up where they were made to
take a thorough course In domestic
science. While these might never have
to do the work themselves, Mrs. Penny
backer argued that they would still be
more capable of managing the house
hold. Women Axe the Spenders.
The high cost of living, she declared,
has come to stay. "Women of the conn
try," she asserted. tody- are ihe
spenders of the incomes of the country.
Here the second charge she '. made
against man. was brought in. "Whs
the American father is unwilling to
make his wife or daughter an allow
ance so that she might know exactly
just what she oan spend, I am unable
to understand. How are they to know
this, unless they are "given an allow
ance?" Girls of today are rushing entirely
too fast Into womanhood. Mrs. Peany
backer said. Hats, exaggerated cbtf
f ures, silk stockings, and the disregard
for appropriate dressing oto gUfen oc
casions ahe stated, was ah example of
this Mrs. Pennybacker toid about see
ing the girls on their way to the Uni
versity of Texas, some of jthem elad -In
gowns and -dresses which could be
worn, she said, .with every Vegree of
propriety lo a ball' room. jfr We out
of place ton the esnpns. ,
Makes Cfcra .Agafeist Fathers.
The first charge Mrs. Pennybacker
made against the man of today was
the lack of interest he showed in the
bringing up of his own children. That she
said, was one of the most vital things
in either a girl's or boy's life., and the
father of today neglected a naramount
duty when he left such entirely to the
mother. Too snany fathers were guilty
of this, she declared. A girl takes her
father as a measuring rod. having him
for the standard she asks the man she
is going to marry to be equal to.
Fathers are guilty of devoting too lit
tle time and attention to their chil
dren, she said, and this should be eor-
An other danger which threatens the
home of today, the speaker declared,
is the lack ef solidarity. In order to
rectify this, Mrs. Pennybacker advo
cated the old fashioned custom of de
voting a half hear la the evening to
reading aloud, a pastime wherein every
member of the family might take part
A girl's entrance into clubdom, she
stated, served to aid the bond Nvhieh
should exist between a mother and a
daughter. In Arizona, she staled, she
was delighted at a meeting of the fed
eration to note a grandmother, mother.
"Women who bear children and re
main beatthy are those woo prepare
their systems in advance of baby's'
Doming. Unless the Bother aids
nature in its pre-natal -work the crisis
Bads her system unequal to the de
mands made npon it, and she is often,
eft with weakeaed health or chronic
aliments. No remedy is so truly a
help to nature as Mother's' Friend,
it relieves the pain and discomfort
Boacod by the strain on the ligaments,
makes pliant those fibres and muscles
which nature is expanding, and soothes
the inflammation of breast glands.
Mother's Friend assures a speedy and
for the mother,
aid she fc left a
Leal thy woman to
enjoy the rear
ins of her child.
Mother's Friend is sold at drug stores.
"Write Jot oar free book for expectant
BRADFIELB REGULATOR CO,, A&ata, Gs.
Grand Victrola Concert
Only seJeetioas from the pea of the immortal Verdi, rendered by the
world's greatest Opera Stars, will be featured at our
Thursday Night, 8 O'clock
W. G. WalzCompanjr
WSS HALLIE IRYIN
Telephones 2020 or 2010, day;
and 846, sight
Meeting of the Wednesday
Bridge WhJst dub .
Meeting of the Beta Beta club.
"At home" of officers' wives
of Fort Bliss is postponed until'
Wednesday. Feb. 12.
Of Lace and Lawn
Five different materials appear In
this waist, which was shown by an
exclusive Fifth avenue shop. With
the exception of the black zaaline
used on the lower part of the chem
isette and as a covering for the or
namental buttons, all materials are
of the same shade of light ecru.
The body, sleeves and girdle are of
fine batiste, tucked, embroidered and
edged with plain eroeheted lace. The
chemisette Is of plain net tacked In
graduated lines and bordered on the
sides by shadow lace. A pointed pep
lum of this lace shews below the
and daughter, all ef the same family,
who bad oeea sent as delegates from
their home town to the convention, ohe
considered that the automobile was a
great boon in the way of establishing
congeniality among a family, because
at least once a week the entire family
was out In the machine, j
Mrs. Pennybacker had something to
say about the manner in which "young
America" ' rushes through Europe, see
ing things on the run. She declared
that they got little out of such a trip.
and these trips were sometimes made
at great sacrifices on the part of a
father, and the mother giving up many
Mrs. Pennybacker characterized 1
Paso as the climax of Texas.
The white man. according to Mrs.
L Crocker, can devise ways to extermi
nate anything he wants to. He is re
sponsible for the extermination of
birds and the inroads that have been
made on the national forests. Mrs.
Crocker's address was confined to the
conservation of the forests, birds, wa
ter, minerals, everything under the
head of natural resources.
The speakers were introduced by
Mrs. A. P. Averill, president of the Kl
Paso Woman's club. On the platform,
which had been tastily decorated with
palms and flowers, in addition to Mrs.
Averill. Mrs. Pennybacker and Mrs.
Crocker, were: Mrs. E. Kohlberg and
Mrs. T. It Brown. Harry Rosenstein,
accompanied by Mrs. J. G. McNary. as
a number on the program, sang two
Gnexta at Reception.
Mrs. Pennybacker and Mrs. Crocker
were' the distinguished guests of honor
at the reception given on the mezza
nine floor of Hotel, Paso del Norte on
Monday afternoon. It was given for
tho iwrnal friends of the two women
kand members of the El Paso Women's
club. In the receiving line were js.rs.
B. Kohlberg. ex-president of the club,
who introduced the guests to Mrs. Pen
nybacker: next in line stood Mrs. A.
P. AverlU. president of the El Paso
Woman's club, who introduced the
guests to Mrs. Crocker, and then came
Mrs. W. R- Brown, first vice president
of the dub. The following, who are
directors of the club, were hostesses of
the day: Mesdames S. J. Fennell. Hell
Hale. W. S. Valentine. Flora McAfee
Jones, A. W. Foster, Parvin "Wltte, J.
K. Townsend. A. M. Loomis. S. H. Suth
erland. J. W. Lorentsen. Will L Wat
son, J. L. Dwyer, H. H. Bailey. A. P,
Averill. E. Kohlberg. W. R. Brown and
J. D. Love.
At one end of the mezzanine floor
frozen punch was served by Mrs. A. W.
Foster, chairman of the social commit
tee, assisted by Mrs. tf. W. Lorentzen.
Miss Elsie Kohlberg aniL members of
the committee. J
The guests of honor Were presented
with boaouets of white roses by the
dub members and many jruests called
during the afternoon, among them
hndnau men. who embraced the oDDOr-
.tunity of meeting the jruests of honor.
wno are women svvuujmk n-w-. -..vct
for the betterment -of our country in
both an educational and moral way.
"Now abideth faith, hope, charity,
these three; but the greatest of these
is charity." I Corinthians XHI:13.
In the name of "the greatest of
these," society danced in the ballroom
of Hotel Paso del Norte at the fourth
annual charity ball of the Catholic
Benevolent association. Monday even
ing the hotel ballroom was crowded
with dancers who enjoyed the dance
program and at the same time aided
the charity association of the ehurch
to continue its splendid relief work.
The grand march was led by mayor
C B. Kelly and Mrs. Thomas O'Keeffe,
president of the Benevolent association,
and more than 100 couples participated
in the march and the program of 20
dances which followed. Punch "was
served during the evening.
A receiving line composed of the of
ficers and the ball committee was at
the entrance to the ballroom to re
ceive the guests of the association.
All evening the automobiles and car-
riaees drove up to the hotel entrance
and discharged their loads of dancers
who were shunted to the ballroom
floor of the big hotel by the roof
Those receiving were Mesdames W.
W. Kose. a E. Kelly, A. R. Klein, J. W.
Magoffin, F. & Alnsa, W. G. Roe, J. P.
Gilroy, H. M. Andreas, B. V. Andreas,
Thomas O'Keeffe, Minnie Redding. Ik
H. Behr, Charles Pomeroy, Marie
Loomis and Miss Annie LeBaron.
Among those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Pomeroy, Dr. and Mrs. W.
I Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
O'Keeffe, Mr. and Mrs. James Paul, Mr.
and Mrs. C E. Kelly. Mr. and Mrs.
George R: LeBaron, Mr. and Mrs. 3. A.
Delaney, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Behr. Mr.
and Mrs. I B, Mundy, Dr. and Mrs. A.
"R. Klein. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Andreas.
i Mr. and Mrs. Herman Andreas. Mr. and
I Mrs. J. C. Ronan Mr. and Mrs. leon
Sherman, Mr. and Mrs. J. c tjarrexa,
Mr. and Mrs. Theo Eggers, Mr. and Mrs.
D. F- Dresser, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Urch,
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Dow. Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Beck
ham. Mr. and Mrs. William Gilson, Mr.
and Mrs. J. B, Morgan, Mr. and Mrs.
David Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Melsel. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Gemoetz. Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Duret Mr. and Mrs.
Gus Momsen. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ful
lan, Mr. and Mrs. J. Doyle, Mr. and Mrs.
Parvin Witte; Mesdames Delia Lane,
P. E. Kelly. Marie Loomis, Ysabele Fla
to, J. Harry Hill. Minnie Redding, G.
Emerson. W. T. Robinson;, Misses
Margaret Carr, Lillian Cunningham,
Hannah Clifford. Elsie Schubert Dixie
Passat Bessie Gilson, Rossini Slmino,
Donna Truesdell, Norrlne Shelv Annie
LeBaron, Margaret Smith, LJUte Bu
choz, Helen Lucas, Louise Drehner,
Grace Gray, R. Redmond, Katherine
Russeteralth. Mary Hilt Juliet Ham
merschlag, Lillian Buchoz, Mary Hilt
Charles Carter, Florence Cox, Ollie
Bales, Nellie Hitt, E. Klein, Capt Henry
A. Hanigan; Messrs. Julius Ratter
mann, David Murphy, T. C Lyons,
Griggs. Joe Anderson, Will Faseett
Will Grady, John Fassett Frank Da
rack. Jack Kersey, Ritchie Emerson.
Sam La Gross, Sail Vaughan, Charles
Held, Robert Austin. M. Ryan, Kay
Spence, J. Niles, B. Ryan, Grover Cun
ningham, Harry Barker, Oliver uarr,
J. H. Henry. Ed Held, B. CL McCoy, W.
T. Sherman, J. Reherd, EL Arnold.
The music, which was excellent and
of 21 pieces, was furnished by the
union orchestra, free of charge.
The program for the Missionary
union meeting to be held in Trinity
church. Thursday afternoon at 2 oclock,
Is aa follows: v -
Scripture reading Mrs. P. J. Bice.
Prayer for foreign fields Rev 'John
Solo Mrs. Will Owen.
Topie of discussion "BuddhteBau
Leader, Mrs. Heil Hale.
"Buddhism in Our Own CeHntry"
Mrs. S. W. Berkshire.
"Characteristics of a Winning So
ciety Mrs. S. S. King.
Solo Mrs. L. B. Pitt
Current events Mrs. Bd L. Mllllcan.
Prayer for home fieias Rev, E. CL
The Aid societv of the Highland
Park Baptist church is meeting this
afternoon at the home of Mrs. X. H.
Morford, on PorOaad avenue.
About El Pasoans
Mrs. Will Seamoa will be at home
to her friends at 70S North Florence
street having taken an apartment
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Gibson are at
home with the tatter's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. G. W. Cratcher, 3800 Bliss
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Pepper are re
ceiving congratulations en the arrival
of a boy baby.
Mr. and Mrs. Davis Mayfleld bare
moved to 1210 North Oregon street
El Pasoans Away
airs. Roy Mi Wolcott has gone to New
Orleans, La., for a short visit Mrs.
Wolcott will return with her small son,
Roy, who has been visiting his grand
mother for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. H. Maniganlt and
daughter Louise spent the week end
with Mrs, Manlgault's sister. Mrs. Ju
lius Porcner, at the Porcher ranch at
Os-Aple, N. M.
Miss Ivander Mac Iver, of El Paso,
spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs.
John H. Murphy, at their ranch, sit
Os-Aple, N. M.
Oat Of Town Visitors
Mrs. J. A. Atkins, wife of Lieut
Joseph A- Atkins, is in the city visiting
Mrs. William M. Fink. Mrs. Atkins is
from Athens. Ga, and is on her way
to San Francisco, CaL. to join her hus
band. Miss Elsie Street of Darlen. Conn,
who has been visiting Mrs. J. A. Raw
lings, in this city, left or. Monday for
San Diego, Cal., where she will spend
the remainder of the winter.
Mrs. R. C. Canby is the guest of
Mrs. J. C. Lackland, on Mesa avenue.
Dinners and Luncheons
Mr. and Mrs. John JL Murphy rave
a dinner Sunday, February 2, at their
ranch home in the new town of Os- I
Ante, near Canutillo. in honor at Xfr i
and Mrs. Julius Porcher. .The event
was in celebration of the crystal wed
ding anniversary of Mr. and' Mrs.
Miss Jouet Fall will entertain with
a luncheon on Wednesday afternoon.
El Pasoans Returning
,..MrsV. Qco:, a, Sqae and her niece.
Miss Ceuobia alvier. have returned
from a iwo months' visit in Mexico,
and win spend several moiiths in Bl
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bretx and fam
ily have returned from Demtag, K. X,
Urfl TP W. 1Lrw!.v....Al n it i .
with a Valentine party m Tuesday af
ternoon, February n.
T.fttle M'ifls Thfttmn TkiiirA TinA. en
tertained on Saturday eenins' with a
birthdav party at the horn- of b. r
TUhntfl Vf ftr( VTC Pnnrt I.ol
( She was six years old.
xn nonor ot .Mrs. U. A. JtSreaux, o
Princeton. N. J, who is viaiung Mr. and
Mrs. James Man- in this city, Mrs.
Marr entertained very cnarmingly on
Monday afternoon witn a bridge party.
Flowers were seen in different parts
of the house; In the living room jon
quils were beautiful, ia tae bedrooms
pink roses, and the table in the dining
room was especially attractive with a
decorative scheme of green and laven
der. The table was set with cluny;
in the center stood a large silver bas
ket filled with lilies of the valley and
violets. The basket was tied with
lavender maline bows and stood on a
reflector. These decorations were sup
plemented with crystal sticks holding
green candles and also tied with the
marine bows. At other parts of the
dining room were also decorations of
violets and lilies of the valley in vases.
Two courses of delicious refresh
ments were served.
Mrs. O. H. Baum won the first prize,
Mrs. Frank Hunter won the second.
anA the consolation fell to Mrs. G. T.
Newman. They were all dainty silk
Mrs. Marr "was assisted in enter
taining and serving ny Mrs. William
H. Austin, Mrs. Katie Marr. Mrs. Frank
Earle. Mrs. L. G. Witherspoon. Mrs.
William Marr and Mrs. Bessie Fink. .
The guests were: Mesdames O. E.
Baum H. W. Broaddus, W. H. Bryan,
W. R. Brown. R. C. Canby. H. A. Car
penter. Will S. Gromble, W. H. Aus
tin. Frank Earle, William Marr, Ka
tie Marr, Bessie Fink. John Donohue,
J. L. Dyer. A. B. Fall. Edgar FeweL
Ysable Flato, Donald Gillies. Frank
Hunter. A. N- Harris, E. H. Irvin, C
E. Kelly. Marie Loomis, Charles Loomis.
George Le Baron. J. C Lackland, Frank
Lynch. J. H. Lewis. J. W. Magoffin. C.
J. Mapet Francis Moore, Leila Moore.
Josephine Nations Morfit G. T. New
man. H. L. Newman, H. L. Newman. Jr
C M, Newman. Robert Nelll, H. P.
Noake. Kenneth Orrer, J. W. Pettus.
Morris Parker, James Parker. R, L.
Ramey. U. S. Stewart F. C. Searle.
George Sauer. T. J. Stafford. J. XJ.
Sweeney, H. E. Stevenson, W. L. Too
ley, Frederick Terrell. Van Wilson, D.
T. White. & P. Weisiger. Hugh &
White. Roy Wolcott M. O. Wright Vic
toria Whltmer; Misses Nel! Pollard,
Maud Austin. Grace Virginia Logan.
Evelyn Logan. Howe.
Mrs. William M. Fink was hostess of
a very enjoyable auction bridge party
on Monday afternoon at her home in
the Wallace apartments. Mrs. nnK
entertained in honor ef her guest Mrs.
Joseph Atkins, of Athens. Ga. There
were three tables of players. After
the game, a delicious three-course
luncheon was served. Mrs. Fink's
apartments were decorated in narcissus
The guests were: Mrs. C M. Newman.
Frank Seamoa, Donald Gillies, Fred
Stevenson, E. M. Hurd. H. C Ferris. Jo
seph Atkins, R. H. Smith, W. D. Greet
W. E. Arnold, B. K. Talbot; Misses Clare
and Florenoe Yancey.
Mrs. William H. F. Judd wlU enter
tain with "a series of bridge parties
at her home. 901 Upson avenue. The
first ,wlll be a luncheon-bridge on
Thursday afternoon, February 6.
F. S. McGee, of Globe, Arlz arrived
in El Paso on Sunday and was mar
ried in this city on the morning of
Sunday, February l, to Miss Susie Bell.
of HI Paso. They returned to Globe
to make their future home, where the
groom is well known in business cir
cles. Women's Organizations
There will be ,a Parent-Teaohers"
meeting of the Mesa school on Friday
afternoon, February 7, at 3:15 oclock.
Mra Leiia Moore will sing: Mrs. L J.
Avers will give current events- Percy
McGhee. sr, will speak on "National
Patriotiam.' and Claiborne Adams will
give an address on "Local Patriotism."
Lodges and Clubs
The El Paso Dramatic club will give
a benefit for the Sunshine society,
Thursday night Feb: 6, In the El Paso
theater. Specialties in dancing and
singing will be given.
The Flower Shop forf resh 4 potted flow
ers orallkinds. 213 Texas St, phone 620J.
Mercury Messenger Service, phone 4212.
WXECE PAWNS THE
gift of Mckinley
New York, N. Y.. Fe. 4. A storm of
unfavorable criticism has been aroused
as a result of the discovery of one of
the most treasured possessions of the
late president "MfcKlnley. a solid gold
plate bearing an Invitation to a
Knights Templars assembly In San
MIM HABei. MelCINIiEX
Frascteee, resting in the window of a
Broadway pawnshop. The plate recent
ly was the property of Miss Mabel Mc
Klnley, a favorite niece of the martyred
presidtnt who, at his death, received
the plate and other relics and S130.000.
She is a vaudeville actress and the wife
of rr. Hermanus Baer, who explained
that the plate was sold for $700 bt -cause
of the .fear that it would be
lleiel rwie del Norte.
The dlninR room and grill of Hotel
Paso 4el Norte is open until midnight.
Meals served a la carte. Excellent ser
vice. 1 (iohk Men'H Democratic Club.
Spinal n tiiii mlnck tonight in
club loom, Colt lu ldmg.
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TUItAROSA IS NOT
Tularosr., N. M-, Feb. 4. Tularosa is
in bad wltu the government and wishes
to have a chance to speak a piece in
its own favor. The news has been sent
out from Roswell and other surround
ing towns that Tularosa was opposed to
the coming of the Apache Indians from
Oklahoma, This is not true, as witness
the recently drawn recoluuons or the I
Tularosa Commercial club, addressed to j
only does Tularosa not object to the j
coming ot tne remaining meraoers on
Oeronlmo's band, but welcomes them as
an additional source of revenue to this
section and town. This fact has been
sent to the government so that no mis
understanding mignt arise.
Cloudcrof t will soon have a paper, as
In the days of the Silver Lining. Thom
as Daniel, ot the Texllne, Texas, Herald,
has bought a printing plant and will
start a paper at Cloudcroft on Febru
ary 14, when the first issue will come
off the mountain press. It will he an
Independent paper, devoted to the in
terests of the mountain folk. A name
has not yet been announced for the pa
DIRECTORS ELECTED BY
PASO DEL MORTE OWNERS
Stockholders of the Bl Paso Hotel
company, owning the Pao del Norte ho
tel, at their annual meeting Monday,
elected as directors, Z. T. White, Felix
Martinez. W. L. Tooley, J. G. McNary,
J. J. Mundy, J. F. Williams, Horace B.
Stevens, W. W. Turnejr, H. D. Slater, A.
G. Urost and L. K. Booker. The tbrectera
later elected Z T. White, president; Fe
lix Martinet, vice president; W. L. Too
ley. secretary, and J. G. McNary, treas
More than two-thirds of the stock was
represented at the meeting, which au
thorised the directors to lease the hotel
for ten years to the Paso del Norte com
pany, the operating company composed
of locsi men. Managers may be em
ployed for the operating company or the
hotel may be sublet.
Financial reports submitted to the
meeting Bhowed a total investment of
nearly $900,00 in laad, building, and
WITH HIDING ROAD PIANir
Tacson. Arit, Feb. 4v J.' H. Cosper,
George Webster and B F. Billingsky,
supervisors of Greenlee, are on trial in
the superior court of Pima county, under
change of venue from Greenlee count?,
on a charge of "wilfully and feloniously"
removing and secreting certain plans for
the Duncan-Clifton road from fork Flat
The supervisors applied for change of
venue on the allegation that they could
not obtain, a fair trial in Clifton be
cause of ptiblic dissatisfaction with the
road in question and because of a quar
rel over the location of the court house.
One faction wanted it located at East
Clifton, the other in Hill's addition.
TEXAN'S SEARCH FOR SONS
LXADS TO THEIR ARREST
Los Angeles, Oalif, Feb. 4. Complying
with the reouest of anxious parent' in
Houston, Tex., who believed them to be
lost, the police found H- K. Ward and
his younger brother. William, also two
trunks, seven suit cases and two port
manteaus filled with iewelry worth
many thousands of dollars which the
police say the ro youths confessed to
The iewelrv is said to be th- loot of
more than 50 robberies committed in
Los Angele San Francisco, Salt Lake
and San Diego. 11. K. Ward, the older
of th two prisoners, is 24 years of age.
William is 22.
COURT REFUSES TO INTERFERE
WITH MARTIAL LAW ORDER
Washington. D. ( . Feb. 4. The su
preme court declined to interfere with
the neirtial law ordered by governor
Ola-wcwk in the Cabin creek coal dis
trict of West Virginia where trouble
ari-.- Irom a strike. A negro complained
tl' it the Tiernor was without authoritv
to lii the district under martial li
.-.ml ipjlnd to tl'e court to overnil" Mi--tut
i -t ot p i'.rs in the pemtt'ti
'i r. li ,i i.nl tar comnu'-biin.
Skin Sufferers Read!
We want all skin sufferers who have
buffered for many years the tortures ef
disease and who have sought medical
aid ia vain, to read this.
We, as old established druggists of
this community, wish to recommend to
you a product that has given many re
lief and may mean the end of your
agony. The product Is a mild, simple
wash, not a patent medicine eoacocted
of various worthless drugs, hut a scien
tific compound made or well known
antiseptic ingredients. It is made in
the DJXQ. laboratories of Chicago and
ia called the DJDJD. Prescription for
This is a doctor's special prescription
Tie Food Drink for
LEADER OF THE
Miss Pankhurst was arrested with
Mrs. "general" Prurnmond as a result
arras stxyia pajuchbrst
of one of tre militant suffrage disturb
ances that have been conttaalng in
London since the rejection or3n suf
frage bill in parliament
HAS TEETH REPLACED WITH
GOLD TO CONCEAL IDENTITY
( im iu'.. Ill K. b 4 Hoping to eon--.il
h'- iiiintitv, Adorph Fisher had IS
one that has effected many wonderful
The effect of IXIXTJ. Is to soothe in
stantly, as soon as applied; then it
penetrates the pores, destroys and
throws off all disease germs and leaves
the sfeia dean and healthy.
We are so confident f the naarvelons
power ef DJXXt that we have taken.
advantage of the manufacturers guar
antee, to offer you a full-atee bottle on
trial. Ton are to judge the merits of
the remedy ha your own particular ease.
If it doesn't help you, it coots you
DJJC. Soap is made ot the same
healing ingredients. Ask as about it
Kelly & Pollard, Druggists. Adv.
all Ages Otters are ImkatMos
YOU m CURE THAT BACKACHE;
Pain along the back, duaiaees, headache sad general
languor. Sets package of Mother Gtsy ABO-MATIC-ZlSAP,
the pleasant root and herb earo
yoe feel all ran down, tared, weak asd withoet
energy use mis remarkable eonbtaatkro of Basse's
herb and roots. Aiatoatelasatrreithaaaeeqaal.
MotMr Gray Aromatic-Lear is sold by &"
gistaor&ecitBTmailfcrSOcis. Ssmpr sect FJUEE.
Address, The Mother Gray Col, Le Soy, It X.
of his teeth extracted aad replaced by
gold ones. Also he raised a beard anil
mustache, but he was recognized in New
York and brought back here to answer
to charges of burglary and bigamy.
"Oil Giris ! Do Try
GETS-IT for Corns'
Tie Jfew-Plaa Corn Cure. Xo Fbssj
Xe Pals, Sare aad Qdek.
Ton aover used anything lake
"GETS-IT" for corns, before! You're
sure at last that evarv stubborn corn
that you've tried so Song to get rid;
"Hew I DM SuiTer From Coras fer
K5BTS-rr Get Them AH 1b a Few
ef 1s a oner. Tm u,v. mm-nw
r 3 seconds, that's Hl" -mws.rr
f2?t.i ? Thr' re fussing.
"S1? ? to te, no morS
sr"- J2Z1? "T "I. rea ana raw.
Nomore plasters to set misplaced and
1 2..ore P" ' Picking ancl
i go2&S& 5 more rarors.
j -GETS-ir stops pain, shrivels wp
iStnb. he Or vanishes
l-J0?"17! "fw fail. harmless to
healthy flesh. Warts, calluses ani
J bunions disappear.
, "GETS-TT" is sold at drug stores at
. 25c a lott!e, or sent on receipt of prlc
by E. Ijawrence A Co, Chieago. Adr.