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ON COULD LINES
MACHINISTS AND OTHER CRAFTS
MEN 8IQN AGREEMENT WITH
BOTH CLAIM A VICTORY
trlko on 8lnce May 2 Terminate In
Missouri Pacific and Iron Moun
tain 8hops All to Be Rein
stated Within 30 Day.
St. Louis, Mo. Th'o strlko ou tho
Missouri Pacific and Iron Mountain
railroads, dating from May 2 last, and
of tho boiler raakors, blacksmiths, cop
persmiths and tholr apprentices and
helpers, dating Crom October 21 last,
bos been settled through an agree
ment reached at St. Ixmls botwaon
tho officials of tho railroads and the
unions Involved, and Is now In offoct.
Both sides claim complete victory.
Settled at Opportune Time.
Tho number of machlnlito on strlko
on tho system totalled 1,280, whllo
tho blacksmiths numbered 1,075, mak
ing a total of 2,355 men. Tho strlko,
according to tboso In position to know,
was settled at an opportuno tlmo. Had
it not been It would have reached
Ereat proportions within the next 30
days, and probably resulted In & par
tial, If not a complete tlc'-up of tho
Part of tho men nro to get a nlno
hour day and all are to bo reinstated
within 30 days. Tho foremen aro to
como back Into tho ranko. Half of
tho new workers put on are to retain
SInco October 21 tho wnges lost by
tho strikers has amounted to more
than $9,500 per day. Tho total value
of lost wages has amounted to $8G7,-000.
DIAZ TROOPS DEFEATED
Second Battle Reported West of Chi
huahua Reported That Rebels
Scored Decisive Victory.
El Paso, Tex. Nows from Chihua
hua indicates tho Mexican rebels have
ecored a second declslvo victory over
Diaz troops In tho fighting west of tho
city of Chihuahua.
Tho battlo resulted 'in a rout for' the
federals. General Hernandez was in
personal command of the Diaz troops.
Lata reports from La Junta declare
tho previous rebel victory was oven
more pronounced that first nows in
dicated. According to stories of tralm
Tiasengers here, at least 1,000 federals
wero killed In that battle. Tho revo
lutionary losses wore small compara
tively. Tho rebels pursued .fighting tactics
similar to those employed by Indians
In tho United States many years ago.
WHERE INDIANS PROC;
GREAT CHINESE UPRISING
American Schoola and Missions Do.
rtroyed and Foreigners Said to Be
in Danger In Great Revolt.
Pekln, China. The southern part ot
tho Chlncso provlnco of.Kavangsl and
tho southwestern part of Kayangtung
aro in a stato of revolt against the au
thority of tho empire. American
schools, missions and hospitals have
boon destroyed, foreigners driven out
and hundreds of peaceful Chinese sol
Following an urgent appeal sent
here from Canton, tho ministry or
dered every avallablo eoldler put in
the field against the revolutionists.
AN EXPLOSION KILLS NINE
Many Missing After Mysterious Con
cussion at Power House of New
York Railway Terminal.
Now York City. Nine persons aro
dead, eight aro missing and supposed
to be .dead and more than a score are
injured ob the result ot a mysterious
explosion which wrecked the milk de
pot and carpenter shop of the Now
York Central railway at Forty-ninth
etreot and Lexington avenuo. So ter-
rifle was tho force ot the explosion
that tho big power house of the New
Haven railroad, which is immediately
behind the demolished structure, was
almost destroyed, whllo adjacent prop
erty was badly battered and wlndowB,
in all buildings for a radius ct a dozen
blocks were blown out.
The pollco said later that tho explo
eion was probably caused by tho igni
tion of a tank containing gas, which
was in a car in tho milk depot It)
was set off, they said, by a spark from
tho third rail. This explosion caused
the blowing up of a cor loaded with
Making Contlderable Success at Far
mers on Reservation In
Tho Indians on tho Blsseton reserva
tion in tho northwestern nortlon ot
iSouth Dakota aro making rapid prog-
tobb in civilization. This is borne out
by tho Stntntnnntn nf Mnlnr R A Al.
lien, tho re8orvntlnn neurit, whn nnVa
mat whllo fully 75 por cent, ot the
reservation Indians aro full bloods 65
per cent, of thorn have become agri
culturists and havo proved themselves
thrifty and fairly succesful as farmers.
Thoro aro about 2,000 redskins on
tho reservation, which Is 80 mllos long
and 40 mlloa wldo. Of this amount
of land the Indians have boon allotted
about 400,000 acres, whllo tho remain
der Is now in tho handB of tho .hltca.
From this land tho Indians this
iyoars raised approximately 100,000
bushels of wheal, 78,000 bushclB of
oats, 40,000 bushels of corn and 4,000
bushels of flax. Their fair, held du
ring three days of October, will com
paro favorably with any whito man's
country :air in SoutU Dakota. In
cluded In tho exhibits 7oro ninety ex
hibits of small grain, forty of corn and
a large number of vegetables. In ad
dition fine showings wcro mado of
cattlo, horses, hogs, sheep, chickens
and other products of tho farm.
There are thirteen churches on tho
reservation, tho Episcopal, Presbyter
ian and Catholic denominations pre
dominating. During the last two years
125 good farmhouses havo been built.
Tho Indians aro in the main virtu
ous, Bolfrespectlng nnd show a re
markable affinity for civilization, the.
only drawba""- to their advancement,
according to Major Allen, bolng thoir
fondness for liquor, which is some
times supplied thmo by bootleggers
despite tho most strenuous efforts of
tho govern lent to keep tho liquor dis
pensers out of reach of tho Indians.
Aberdeen correspondence Omaha Bee
"You know that fellow Jim McGroat
ty, the lad that's always coraln' up
an' thumpin' ye on th' chest nn' yollln'
'How are we?'"
"I know him."
"I'll bet he's smashed 20 cigars for
hie some o' thlm clear Havannys
but I'll get even with him now."
"How will ye do It?" ,
"I'll tell ye. Jim alwayB lilts me
over tho vest pocket whero I carry
ino cigars. Ho'll hit mo there Just
fcnee more. There's no cigars In mo
vest pocket this mornin'. Instead of
It there's a stick of dynamite, d'ye
PRAYER IS WITHOUT RESULT
Billy 8unday Gets $7,800.
Watorloo, la. At the concluBlon of
, by six weeks' campaign here in which
3,354 conversions wero recorded, Billy
Sunday, evangelist, received $7,800
from citizens, the largest sum pre
vieented to him by any Iowa city.
Mall Robber, Six, Caught at Work;
' Monaco,. Pa. A six-year-old, mall
robber waa" caught in the postoftlce at
,Monaca with his arras full of mall
.lie had taken from two boxos. A po
liceman stood and watched tho child
f j-ampty t-ho two boxes.
Boy's Patience Is Exhausted After
Frequent Petitions to Throne
A young man who Is promtnent In
church work in Philadelphia tells this
about IiIr nephew.
Harold Is tho youngster's namo, and
next door llvos anothor boy by tho
namo of Dewey. Thoy are each sovon
yonrs old, and like most children of
tholr ago aro disposed to get Into mis
chief as often as possible Several
days ugo they found a man's coat lying
on the front pavement while tho own
er was fixing a gas main. From tho
pockets of tho coat tho two boys ab
stracted several tickets, and when
Harold's mother found It out she made
him return the tickets nnd explained
tho Bin which he hnd committed,
warning him to pray that ho be for
given that night. Ho obeyod, and
whllo on his knees added a prayer for
Dowey as well i
The next night Harold's mother wa
In tho neit room when ho said his
prayorB, and sho heard him ask God to
forgive Dowey for stealing a plcco of
cako. On the following evening ho
again web moved to ask forgiveness
for his friend, this time for stealing
three pieces of candy. Apparently his
patience was exhausted, for the next
ovening his mother was In the adjoin
ing room when he offered his evening
prayer, and this Is what sho heard:
"Gosh darn It, God, I have done tho
best I could for Dowey. I guess you
will havo to watch him yourself."
HIRAM CARPENTER'S WONDER
FUL CURE; OF PSORIASIS.
AND GO AHEAD 8 LOWLY.
Philosopher And now, after having
roviowed all philosophy with you,
there In only ono law that I can lay
down for your guidance.
Student What Is that?
Philosopher When you are suro
you aro right, you should suspect that
you aro wrong.
Two Bad Cases In England Cured by
I havo been using Resinol Ointment
during the last few weeks for a
varicose ulcer on log and can bear tes
timony to Its cooling and curative qual
ities. Have never found anything to
equal i4. I waa recommended by my
sister, i Vs. CalruB Ladyklrk, Norham
on Tweed, to try It. She had been
treated 14 months previously without
effect, but was entirely cured by Res
Robert Davidson, Gateshead on Tyna.
Rnral Guest in city, settling hotel
bill) 1 think you ought to make some
reduction on that there bill, mister.
Hotel Clerk Why?
Rural Guest Wo didn't use the
bath-tub, or tho telephone, and Saman
thy made up the bed this mornin' betides!
The Uses of Advelty.
Still another advantage of being in
moderate circumstances, such as an
editor's for Instance, Is that you can
alwayB assist the processes of
thought by absent-mindedly cutting
tho fringe off your cuffs.
Just as Guilty.
"If you're ono of those aggravating
persons that makes everybody else
Iwear," says tho Philosopher of Folly,
'you aro guilty of profanity, though
f ou never uttered a cuss word In your
Paris Is Tea Mad.
Paris has gone tea mad. English
customs cross the channel with amaz
ing alacrity, and now all that is said
S' r dono, all that happens in Paris,
etween 3 and 7 a. m is said, ia done
pr happens around a tea pot Figaro,
Many 8neolea of Shark.
, Seventeen species of shark, some ot
ithom 25 feet in length, inhabit the
-far western seas, whllo the basking
shark of the Indian ocean frequently
-'attains a length of 50 feet.
BAST ST. I.OUIS. Cattlo Native best
steers, 3.000)7.76; cows and heifers. 13.25
5.60; Btockers and feeders,! 33.2SG5.lt;
Tenia steers, $3.2506.50; cews and heif
ers. 3. 00O4.25; calves. In carload lots,
4.50fi7.00. Hogs Mixed and butchers,
J7.557.70; Rood heavy, J7.657.70; rough
J7.25O7.40; light, $7.6007.05; piss, 17.&09
CHICAGO. Cattle Beeves. $4.457.35;
cows and heifers, $2.3506.00; stackers and
feeders, 3.3535.70; Texans, 34.007.1O;
calves, 32.0007.25. Hors Mixed and
butchers, 37.3507.75: good heavy, $7.30
7.70! rough heavy, 37.3007.45; lights, 37.35
07.72; pigs, 3S.707.t5. Sheep Natives,
S2.40lijl4.30; westerns, J2.30p4.30; Iambs,
$4,2506.30; westerns, $4.6000.25.
ST. LOUIS. Wheat No. 2 red. 33 099;
No. 3 red, .95096U; No. 4 red,, 80092; No.
i hard, 9401.02; No. 3 hard, 91096; No.
1 hard, 8090. Corn No. 2, 46; No. 3. 43
043H; No. 4, 42; No. 2 yellow. 46; No. 3
Sellow, 42046; No. 2 white 45U. Oats
a, 2, 81&032; No. 3,. 31031U: No. 4,
BOW; No. 2 whlto, 33; No. 3 white, 32 H
033; No. i white, 314082.
CHICAGO. Wheat No. 2 red, 93
93;; No. 3 red, 91092; No. 2 hard. 9314
96;. No. 3 hard, 91094: No. 1 northern.
(1.0401.06; No. 2 northern, $1.0201,05:
Ns. I spring, $1.0201.03. Corn No. 3
(now), 4UH046K; No. 3 (new), 44044U
No. 4 (now). 42 0 42; No. 2 yellow (now),
4fi47; No. 3 yellow (new), 44046; No.
2 White, 48048. Oats No. 2, 31; No. 4.
30; No. ,2 white 33 033: standard, 32
83: No. 3 white, 32032; No. 4 whlto.
KANSAS CITT, Wheat No. 2 red.
OS097; No. 3 red. 946090; No. 4 red.
83094; No. 4 red. 01038: No. 3 hard, 900
95: No. 4 hrad, 85090. . Corn No. 2, 43a
(3: No. 3, 434042K; No. 2 yellow, 43
WMfcs No 3 yellow. No. 2 white.
43. Oats No. 2 31 032; No. 3, 3O0
U; No. t 'whits, 33034; No, t white,
"I havo been afflicted for twenty
years with an obstinate skin disease,
called by Borao M. D.'s. psoriasis, and
others leprosy, commencing on my
scalp; and in spito of all I could do,
with the help of the most skilful doc
tors, it slowly but surely extended un
til a year ago this winter it covered
my entire person In tho form of dry
scales. For tho last three years I have
been unablo to do any labor, and
suffering Intensely all the time. Every
morning there would be nearly a dust
panful of scales taken from tho sheet
on my bed, somo of them half as large
as the cnvelopo containing thlB letter.
In the latter part of winter my skin
commenced cracking open. I tried
everything, almost, .that could be
thought of, without any relief. The
12th of Juno I started West, in hopes
I could reach tho Hot Springs. I
reached Detroit and was so low I
thought I should havo to go to the
hospital, but flnal'y got as far as Lan
sing, Mich., where I had a sister liv
ing. One Dr. treated mo about
two weeks, but did mo no good. All
thought I had but a short time to live.
I earnestly prayed to die. Cracked
through the skin all over my back,
across my ribs, arms, hands, limbs;
feet badly swollen; toe-nails came off;
finger-nails dead and hard as a bone;
hair dead, dry .and lifeless as old
straw. O my God I how I did suffer.
"My sister wouldn't give up; said,
'Wo will try Cutlcura.' Somo was ap
plied to one hand and arm. Eureka!
there was relief; stopped the terrible
burning sensation from the word go.
They immediately got Cutlcura Re
solvent, Ointment and Soap. I com
menced by taking Cutlcura Resolvent
three time a day after meala; had a
bath onco a day, water about blood
heat; used Cutlcura Soap freely; ap
plied Cutlcura Ointment morning and
evening. Result: returned to my
homo In just six weeks frton the time
-Heft, and my skin as smooth as this
shoot ot paper. Hiram E. Carpenter,
Henderson, N. Y."
Tho above remarkable testimonial
was written January 19, 1880, and is
republished because of the perman
ency of tho euro. Under date of April
22, 1910, Mr. Carpenter wrote from his
present home, 610 Walnut St. So.,
Lansing, Mich.: "I have never suf
fered a return of the psoriasis and al
though many yeara have passed I have
not forgotten the terrible suffering I
endured before using the Cutlcura
What Impressed Him.
W. H; Child, president of tho Yel
lowstone Park association, went to
Europe two or three years ago and
had for a companion a man Interested
in tho hotel business. They traveled
over Europe, Investigating hotel and
commtBsary problems to some extent,
and finally arrived In Rome. They
went into 8t Peter's and stood be
neath the dome. "Well." said Child,
"here it ia. Here's tho dome." The
hotel man took one look forward. Then
"ho turned to Child and asked: "How
much did that man in London say ho
wanted for them hams?"
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle ot
OASTOHIA, a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that It
In TJso For Over ' 80 Years
Tho Kind You Have Always Bought.
The Significant Wink.
"I think," said the weary stranger,
"Uiat Til go aomowhere and take 40
Tho hack driver looked puzzled.
"What's the trouble!"
"I was wondering whother you
wanted je to drive you to a hotel or
a drujr store."
The Great Art of Dying.
To die without rebellion and without
weakness Is the mastcrpieco of a man.
mountain guide whose name tho
London Daily Mall does not mention
In narrating tho story of his heroism
with two others, was leading a party
over ono of the moat dangerous passes
of the higher Alps.
The men, as Is usual, were tied to
gether by a long rope. As they scaled
a wall of lco they Bllpped on the
edge of a frightful chasm. The guide
was at tho end of the rope.
Without his weight there was a
chance for the others to regain their
footing; with It, his experienced eye
told him, there was none. With In
stant courage he drew his knife from
hla belt and said quietly to the man
"Tell mother how It happened, Ed-
Ho cut the rope and fell, never to be
WAS TOO PUBLIC FOR HIM
Mild Mannered Little Man Hat Very
He was a mild-mannered llttlo man,
short, with gray hair and spectacles.
It was noon on Washington street,
and as usual tho crowds wore shov
ing and pushing to get aomowhere.
The little man was trying to worm
hla way through the crowds.
A well-droBRcd woman, accompanied
by a small boy, was mixed up In the
crowd. Sho wanted to cross the
strcot. Tho boy stopped to look In a
Tho lady reached down and grasped
a hand, raying: "Take my hand, dear."
"Not right hero on the public
streot," she was startled to hear some
Looking down she saw that she
was clasping the hand of tho very in
offensive llttlo man, who seemed to
bo much confused and embarrassed.
"Slr(!" said she, haughtily, "I don't
want you; I want my son." Boston
Longitude and Dinner Time.
About eleven o'clock one morning
Aunt Dinah wbh peeling potatoes for
dinner. "Now I reckon that all ober
dlB big wort eberbody what's got
anything to git a meal with Is a-gettln'
ready for dinner." ahe placidly re
marked. "Oh, no, Aunt Dinah," said Miss
Nina. "In Now York It's JUBt about
dinner time now, and out by the
Rocky mountains It won't be dinner
time for three hours yet."
"Oh, my, Miss Nina! You .plumb
sure o' that?"
"Plumb sure, Aunt Dinah."
"Well, I's mighty glad I lives In a
Christian land, whar when it's 'leben
o'clock It's 'leben o'clock, and we
can't nebber git mixed up on the din
HEART AND HEAD.
She Do you think that athlctlo
training Injures tho heart?
Tho Professor No, indeed. It la
only when it causes a man to lose his
head that it does, any damage
Not What He Asked For.
A Btnnll boy hurried Into tho cor
ner butcher shop and told the propri
etor his mother wanted a nice, len
der turkey for Thanksgiving, and she
wanted it dressed. The butcher so-,
lected just such n bird from the tot'
In the window, and Bald, with satisfac
tion: "Here's a dandy, my boy Jut what
your mother wants!"
"No, it ain't!" returned tho youth.
"That turkey hasn't any clothes on."
In a little town In Malno where It
Is still the custom for the residents to
attend the funerals of those whom
they may havo seen only a few times
In their lives, regarding the event as
a sort of social function, the under
taker was somewhat puzzled at the
actions of one woman, who gazed In
the coffin, shook her hefld sadly and
returned to her seat, saying: "How
changed!" only to repeat the process,
Aft6r this had been gone through
three or four times the undertaker
realized what was the trouble, and
stepping up to the caller, said:
"Madam, I think you must bavo made
a mistake. This Is John Sawyer that
wo are buryinc from here. Maria
Brown's funeral Ib being held from a
house In the next block."
Wants a Long Engagement.
"Do you believe In long engage
mcnts?" he asked after she had con
sented to be his.
"Yes, dearest," she replied. "I have
always thought It was such a mistake
for two peoplo to rush Into matrimony
before they learned to really know
won, anout now long would you
wish tho engagement to be?" '
"Let mo see. Would you think it
was too long If we did not get mar
ried until a week from next Thurs
A Shiver Figure.
"Now, Arthur." said his father,
"you've been going to school long
enough to write decently. Don't you
know how to make a figure three?"
"Sure," said the boy. "You put
your pencil on the paper and then you
Ston cueuinsl Trv the best and most
certain remedy for all painful ailments
iiamnns wizara uu. lhe way it re
lieves all eorenes3 from upreinB,, cuts,
wounds, buniB, scalds, etc., is wonderful.
A collapsible conscience .may be
more comfortable than an ingrowing
one, but it works as much harm.
Dr. Pierce's Pellets, email, sugar-coated,
eaty to take as candy, regulate and invig
orate stomach, liver and bowels. Do not
You possess only as much faith as
Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup.
Varebtldren toethlnff. aaftantthe MmL reancet
BmmUon,iul7ipln, cant wlutt colic ftcabotU.
. Occasionally you hear some
mentioned as being a good liar.
.Tell the dealer you want
Single binder straight Co cigar.
You cannot lovo
freedom In thinking.
truth and fight
Why Rent a Farm
j Sid b e compelled to pay to ycur lander J moat
I of your hrd-trnMj profits? Own your own
iirrn. secure rr Komeiteaa ID
Manitoba, Bautatchewan it
Alberta or purchaic
land In one of these
district! and bank a
profit of $10.00 or
5I2.0O an acra
Breaking It by Degrees.
Edmund Yates used to tell this an
ecdote of a physician who was a per
sonal friend. As the Btory went, Yates
once saw the doctor operate upon a
man afflicted with blood poisoning,
when he amputated the patient's leg.
'Do you thlik ho'll recover, now?"
asked Yates, after the operation was
"Recover 1" exclaimed the physi
cian. "Why, he never had a chance
to get well."
"Then why in tho world did you
amputate that leg?"
"Why," said the surgeon, calmly,
"you must not tell a patient the
truth all at once, you know; you must
first amuse him a little."
m i v-i a rBaBte
Land purchased 3
years ago at SldOQan
acre haa recently
changed hands at
2300 an acre The
crops grown on these
lands warrant the
advacce You can
Mrs. Roosevelt an Economist.
Mrs. Roosevelt 1b Bald to have kept
her gowns from one year to the next
and even the third year, and yet was
alwayB beautifully dressed. The best
dressed woman In London Is said to
be Mrs. Keppell, who wears her
gowns more than ono season, having
them made over for tho second year,
as her Income does not allow of a
great variety of gowns.
"An actress In her makeup
verses the usual rules of art."
"She paints first bo she can draw
The big fences are not
around the best fruit 'trees.
Smokers like Lewlo Sinala
cigar for its rich, mellow quality.
You do not lift the world by rolling
up your eyes.
by cattle raistne,dalry) ncml aed
farming and grain growing in
the provinces of Manitoba,
Saskaicbewaa and Alberta.
Fraa .boaneatead and pre
emptlon areas, aa well as land
held by railway and land com
panics, will provlda lam
Adaptable soil, healthful
climate, aplendld school
and churches, good railways.
for settlnrs' rates, descrlptlre
llterutaro-'Lart Beat Wet,,rlow
to reach the
tleulars, write to
ap ioi immi-
craUon. Ottawa. Canada, or to th
ajianian uoTemment Agent.
t tort. let. 18 1 JU St, bens Ot, V
(Use address nearest joe.) S9
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W. N. U.f ST. LOUIS, NO. 63-1910.
No Man is Stronger
Than His Stomach
A strong man is strong all over. No man can be
strong who is s uttering irom weak stomach vrith its
consequent indigestion, or from some other disease
of the stomach and its associated organs, which im
pairs digestion and nutrition. For when thostotnaoh
Is weak or diseased there is a' loss of the nutrition
contained in food, which is the soaroe of all physical'
strength. When a man "doesn't feel Jut right,"
when he doesn't sleeD well, has an nncomfortabla
feeling in the stomach after eating, is languid, nervous, irritable sad despond
ent, he is losing; the nutrition needed to moke strength.
Sac a man mhoald use Dr. Pierce's Golden Medleml
Discovery. It cures diseases ot the stomach aad other
oriaas ot dl&estlom aad nutrition. It enriches tho blood,
Inwliorates the liver, strengthens tho kidneys, nonrlshca
the nerves, and so GIVES BB2U.TU 2ND STRENGTH TO
TUB WHOLE BODY.
Yon can't afford to accept a Itcrtt nostrum as a substitute) tor this non
alcoholic medicine of known courosmoN, not even though the urgent dealer
may thereby mako a little bigger profit. Ingredients printed on wrapper.
W. Ii. DOUGLAS
n nn iq Rnc;ii rtr Quncc for men
ka w uiwwu, -era ww ws iwas &
BOYS SHOES. S3.00.C2.50 AND SO.OO.
The benefits ol free hltles.
which apply principally to
tariff on sole leather, now
enables mo to givo the
wearer more value for his
money, better and longer
wearing 88, $3.50 and f 4
shoes than X could give pre
vlous to the tariff revision.
m&ae, ine snpenor workmanship
and the high erode leathers used.
too. would then understand why
Doll orforDoIIarXOnaran tea
Mr Shoes to hold their shape,
look and Ct better and wear
longer than any other gJXO, SUO
or (1.00 shoes tod. can bar.
Do Toureallze. that my shoae hare been the itandardfororerao
years : that I make and sell morajSjOO, WiSO and 14.00 shoes than
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shoes a household vord ererywhere.
If I oould talto you Into my
large factories at Brockton,
Maas,, ana show yoa how care
fully w. Douglas , shoes are
any other manufacturer In t
It has made "W. L. Douglas
cftHTffi rtLlJ-WTAKE NO SUBSTITUTE
A STJLVOB that Is used the aameaa lemoa
or T anil la. By dlisolrtnir granulated augur In
"water and adding Maplelne, a delicious syrup la
made and a syrup better than maple. Hapleln
Is sold by grocers. Bend to a tamp for aamplo'
aad rod po book. Orescent Ufa;. Co., Seattle.
Because of thope ugiy, grizzly, gray hairs. Use "LA ORIOLE'' HAIR DRE88IN6. . PRICK, Sl.op, retail,
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