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AL1UQUIXQUI ITXMIKO HI1ALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER , Ml.
Tha only Baking Powder mado
from ftoya I Cm p C raam of Ta riar
MO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE
COLLIER IS MADE
Director-General of Panama
Exposition Succeeds Grant,
Who Is Made Chairman of
Washington. D. C, Dec. . Col. D.
C. Collier. director-general of tha
I'anamn.Callfornla International expo,
nil Ion, htm been elevated to the pres
idency of the- exposition, vlco U. .
(Irani, Jr.. who ws elected president
of Ihn board of tllrcctora. Col. Collier's
very exceptional vbllltk-M have thu re.
eclved tho greatest recognition It I In
Iho power of the uxpoattlon manage-mlut'.-tti
bestow. Tho Bon Diego
Union, telling of tho change, saldi
"for some time It has been under
stood that Col. Collier wits to bp given
a position of greater prominence mid
power In the Panama-Callfornlu expo
ultlon organisation, not only In recog
nition of jtls service to the exposition
IK the. pat hut' titno ti permit lilm to
curry out hi pinna for a greater ex
PokHIoii in Han Diego In 11115 with
more facility nml Increased power.
"Tho resignation of V. H. (Irani, Jr..
oh tircaldcnt win received with great
reluctance by tho mombers of Hit-
board of directors, but ho was prompt
ly mad chairman of tho board and
will continue to be Identified with tho
project and to lend It hU hearty sup
port." Col. Collier wa succeeded In the of.
flee of director-general by Acting 1)1-
rector-Oenrrnl J. W. Hefton. Jr. II. It
Vreeland wni named n aeerelary of
the cxposltlot to lake th pine of I.
V Monro., who had previously re
rlmicil. Vreeland will tiu secretary
and audlto . V. A, lllc.ilirdsnn resign.
cd as auditor some weeks ago.
Han Diego has already been satisfied
that It ncted wlncly In undertaking to
hold tho great exposition, President
Collier. ha unselnshjy devoted hi
tlmo, talenta and money to working
out the plana for the great event.
working without pay and meeting his
own expenses. Ui achievements thus
far hove almost staggered tho people
of his city, and It l not nny surprise.
that they have derlsred him. worthy of
heading the oxpoaltlon, whtrh lie la
doing bo much to bring to a successful
iioohim Dry farming.
The prellmlrihry wrirk done for tho
1'anamn-Csllfomla International ex-
position to -bo held nt Han Diego In
1 1 1 5. In In way of fnrcntatlon and in
tensive: cultivation of dry lands, ha
attracted world-wide attentfon. Tho
department or nKrlculturn In Welling
ton haii shown n great Interest In It,
nnd na one remit, the city forester nf
Han Diego has planted hundred of
ncrca of tho 7,000 acre of pueblo
tanda bolunglng.to tho city, and which
have nver before ruturncd ono cent
In revenue, to eucalypti and other
rapidly growing tree. What la con
oid-red remarkeble la the fact that
tho trM, cultivated under "dry
farming" method, havo ahown
growth of eight feet In oiiu year, and
that nonq havo been lost from
PMealD. C. Collier, thu "dynn
nile force" back of tho exposition, de
clare" that tho highest purpoto or tho
exposition1 ! to show tho millions of
visitor to It that the small farm In,
routltern California offers a solution,
of tho present high cost or living
problem, Th work of the Han Dleto
city fowster and of the exposition
landiicapo gardener lajiclng watched
by nearly every largo land owner In
southern California, und many of
whom are following tho example being
art nt Han Diego.
Authority haa boon given by Pres
Idenl Collier for the "Utile Iunders"
to nut In two onc-acrn farms on the
cxnosltlon grounds. These will bo In!
the perfection of their development
by Iho tlmo the exposition opens. City
Forester Max Watson Intends to utl -
Attention! flttslc Loyers!
WhtWiya btty lswie M, yell can ft atiro you're not paying $109
mwn than sowMfeoey eie pM last, weett for tho same .tastrument.
Ow flanM are renWr prtced-aad MAUKISD IX VttMS ntS
UltHH, Our Hiuvs HMH-k the cUtHM l the piano maker's art.
Iive you Wim TwMag t vs. We are prepared to take cars erf It,
Ws ky mw am Xttsie vcy ir aa4 w Mnow what to buy,
John Lewis Clark Music Co.
llso tho labor of prlsonera to reclaim
the entire 7,000 ncres or pueblo land,
demonstrate llnlr frultrultleas will)
out Irrigation, and lease thorn In Miialt
tract to tho landless of the cities, who
am yearnlns for a Utile farm and a
living In the country.
A fitHitcn of Altali.
Where Iho hot winds or the Haharii
meet t!ie verdure of the oasis the Arab
Hitches his. tout under the palm trees
b rt limpid fountain and laying down
his prayer rug ha turns hi face to tho
cast nnd thanks Allah for bringing
him tt pleasant places where ho and
hi eumels may rst.
Did you know that the date palms
which give the Arab bread and meat
and awoelment. which rurnish him,
literally with tho staff or life, nro
grown In southern California and they
will bo shown at the Han Diego ex
poiltlon bearing great clusters of
Kor ten yeara the united Htates de
partment, of agriculture has been ex
perimenting with dales In Arlxnnn and
southern California. It has brought
from KkviH. Arabia, from the Hourtan,
and from everywhere that tho dato
grows, the finest Hinds of date palm"
to bo found In those countries, and Ha
scientist have .patiently cultivated
these dato palms and have experiment-
nl In the waya to produce the best
fruit. Iast year one dat palm In thn
Ocachflln valUjHdcd 100 pounds of
nates wmcn hoiii in ios Anaeies m nu
cent per pound. Kitty dale p.llnis
are set to tho acre, ao that there 11
promise of good profit In raising dates.
The American Dato company rxpecta
to hava an acre or dato palms In bear.
Ing at the exposition In 1915. although
the climate or San Diego Is not o hoi
us tho date best loves,
Who will steer tho destinies of the
Itepubltcun party In tho coming cam
paign? It amis to be nn open ques
tion as yet. T!i president's secretary,
Mr. Hlllc. Is considered "available."
Htslde mile WIKtam fieh, Jr.. Is ono
of the mobt d)ctiaed men for the
place, but n grunt many persona be
lieve that Iho active Chlcagnan, Hecre-
lary of the Interior Flatter, a progres
sive and yet A good supporter nf tho
president, would be an Ideal "man for
the place. There Is pressing need for
n man to direct the campaign. Will
It bo FIshorT
Opinions still differ materially re
garding the extent and kind of legis
lation that will bo considered by cpn
grc. It seems probable, however,
that the Ilrpubtlcans wilt try to do
something worth while la the way of
progressive, constructive legislation,
which the country Ih In a good humor
THU I'llOl'KK ootmsK.
Information of 1'rtcelPt Vamt) U
Ktrry Albintucrquo c'ltlien.
now to act in an emergoncy is
knowledge of Inestimable worth, and J charlcil Hubbard Is accused of oot
thla la particular y true or the dlieaxr- t,nR flro , ,,rolhor.B i,omo on the
s and Ills of the human body. " night nftor Iho latter had tiled a suit
you suffer with backache , arlnaiy ,or uivorco agnnst Fanny V Hubbard
disorders, or Hy form of kidney ;8ni) CXI,iP(t ctwrlca Hubbard's nl
trouble, the advice contained in the !iugC(, rt.ntlona with her William nml
following statement will odd a vol-: Funny Hubbard had been married lor
uanie asei to your store oi Knu-r-m
, T l. t MillU H MAM ItflllYllin.
Ing proof of the efficiency of Doan'a
Kidney IM'ls than the statemenU of
nearby resident who havo been per
Hilar!" Haca, Ddgado ft., Banta
Fe, Jf. M., says. "About two and a
half years ago I save ft public state
ment, telling of my experience with
Doan'a Kidney Till. They com
pletely rid mn of palna In my back
that had troublod nte oft and on for
month. Whenever 1 s too pod or
brought any strain on my loin, I
suffered severely and thwns vera vn-
rWu other dlsWculHw which con
vlnced me that' my trouble ecma
from disorder' kMntya, It was not
long after I began taking Dean'a
Kidney 1'llls that every symptom of
my trouble disappeared. The fact
that I havo no return attack war
rants mo In expressing high opin
ion of Doan'a Kidney Pllta.
For salo by all dealers. Prlca SOe.
J Fostcr-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, New
York, Bole age.nta
for the united
Remember tha nme Doan'a and
1 lake no other. , 1.
WtsMsam M ! O.
Pianos at One
Price to All
GRAY III MAKES
Dandruff Quickly Removed.
How of ton one hear the expression, j
"She la gray nnd beginning to look
old," It I true that gray hair uually
denotes ago and la nlwaya noclated
with age. You novcr hear ono refer
red to a having gray li.ilr and looking
The hair la generally the Index of
age. If your hair I .gray, you can't
olame your frlcnda for referring id
you a looking old. You can't retain
a youthful appearance It you til low
your hair to grow gray. Many por
ion of mlddlo ago Jeopardlau thuir
future almply by allowing the gray
hair to become mniilftnt. If your hair
ha uooome faded or gray, try Wyeth'a
H.ign and Hulphur Hair itcmody, a
preparation which a chnmht by the
name of Wyeth devlaed a fow year
ago, It la simple, Inexpensive and
practical, nnd will banlalt tho gray
hairs In a. few day. It la also guar
anteed to remove dandruff and pro-
inoto tho growth or the hair.
It la a plcavant dressing for the
hair, and after using It a few daya
Itching and drynesa or the sculp en
Don't neglect your holr. Htart Using
Wycth'a Hago and Hulphur toftkV. and
you will bo surprised nt lift quick
This preparation la ofTureij&to tho
public at Dfty cents n botttcand la
recommended and sold by all' drug
gist. CHILDREN ARE TAUGHT
TO CARE FOR BA1IES
Chicago, Doc. 0, Forty imrsva,
who will bo toacltera In thu "I.lttlo
Mothers" achoola calabllshnl by Hu
pcrlntiindeut of Hchools Kiln Klagg
Ymmi; In all city gntdea for girls, to-da)-
received thotr Instructions and
tlio outline of tha courses tlicy will
teach tho llttlo mothers.
Those nro tho twolvo "command
mcnla" which Mrs. Kathorlno Horrl
gau, supervisor of nursoa In tho
hnalth department, laid down as n has
la fur tho instruction:
Tho baby munt bo kept qutot.
It should sleep alono.
U'ltulowa should be okjii when baby
Don't feed It when It crlos. but when
it should Imvo :ood.
Keep clear of soothing arrtipa
(hey ru daiiRoruiiM.
tlcor, tea, coffee, candy and fruit
arc Bot foods fur baby.
Iktby tieeda wator to drink.
He need only liquid food.
Bucking; tho thumbs la n bad hnblt
Chuwlni; baby's food for him la lu
Dnby la not a.playthlnR.
Keeping baby well Is batter than
trying to euro it when it is hick.
WILL ADMIT ARSON
BESIDES OTHER THINGS
Oakland, Dec. C Charles Hubbard, I Just started on it fresh tiliw.tr:
na.ned hv hla brother. William I), 'comso. In llvo yearo tho number ol
Hubbard, as tho wrecker of his homo, estnbllnhmcnta iiiaHutJUMilnc wu
will tomorrow plcnd guilty to it charge .man's wear on an oxtimsUj ncah lp
of arson, Deputy District Attorney w. ciensud from ::,ai to 4.65!; Iho tap-
n u,,.iih i.r.. .m.i
imurtcr of n contiir, mul Hio iiub
Ik.n.l .l.t. , V. ... t. n
band declares thoy were happy
getlicr until Charlcil ituubard came
Tho suit fur dUorc has been dis
missed slnco the arrest of Charles
ilmihard r arson, it hna hcon (otind
that when Charles Hubbard camo to
Oakland ho wua on parolo Iro.n the
priaon nt Fort Iavenworlh, Kana.,
whera he had been confined upon n
clurgo liivolvlng tno uko of tho malls.
YOU CAN GET THE BEST ONE
THE WORLD FOR $1.00.
Oo to J. II. O'Klelly Co. today. Bay
"I want a 1IYOAIKI outfit," tnko It
homo with you. open tho box and pour
a low drops of iiyomki uironouncu
It lilgh-onte) into tho little hard rub
Then broatho pleasant, soathlMC.
healing, germ hilling IIYOMKt ova
tho raw. Inflamed germ rlaiion mem
bnuttt 4or a few ininulea and relief la
Stuffed up head will vanish. Keep
up the treatment tour or nvo tines
a day for a few days and hawkm,
spitting and forming of mucus in tfcs
MM and throat will oes.
1IYOMKI Is guaranteed to M ca
tarrh, coughs, cotus, croup, aXknta,
catarrhal deafness, or Ms4y back.
CompVeUi eutHt $1.00. a-iBMwtnt hot-
tics It M4M eo centa nt J, tl. O Kiel
ly Co, aM drtiMhrta siTwywhare.
WITH tlLLINQ DOPE
ftan Kranelocn. Cai.. Dc. 0. Mrs,
Rosa Mentef, proDrk"or of Iho Abbio
ktw atora at Jackson street and
Oaat avMvtu, aad who Is accused by
the awe feature, . pharmacy with ba
ins; m of Hm toitt aud moat lm
Mttaat diasra of mornhtau and
ssaltt m tk r'aefk) coast, appeared
baforo Folten Ju4ao ghortall on two
charing jeMarnay morning, ina
tractive woman driiMlst asked f
cwatlnuance at Iter arralgnmeat t:4tl
mi WedMMiay or Thursday. saym
that aim Hail not bean able to Hem
a attorney as yal.
Jw4 Sthortall eoMttaued th
tmm fr Hh until tWMy aMHt
, wttk tha awwhse that a. SOW
kva ulaty of tlwa to wtn for' fm
trlaia altar her pl waa Mtta4. M
nr TUomas O'Connor of Mw
phartsiMy board Nlen a third efaaflM
aaralBat Mm. Maalar ytr4ay. it-
taemff taat. on am m tmm
morphlae to lnsHKiior Authorial,
tsjclng that on October Slat aba aM
LADIES GLAD DADS
COST 6000 MONEY
But Who XfeMn't Know That;
Uncle Stem Gives Out Some
Interesting Figures on the
Washington. Doe c t'urt of what
woman aula out' of iter brief span of
lllo Is illscload in tho latest preiinn
nary census rcrt pui out by Director
Ditranil. it deal with tho mannracu
Inro of woman's clothing In tho United
According to tho futures and nslilo
ftom lunumcruble suiall ilrcso.iiakniK
estublUhmcnts throt imut too conn
try. woman has wuitung for her 4,bN
large miiiiiifitcturiiig eslnbllshtnenta
given over exclusively to tho inanu
factiirlna of woman's clothing audi ns
suits, dresses nnd skirts, shirtwaists,
cloaks, ciiih, jackus, wrappora, kl-
.iinnns, belts, siiienin, stays and n lino
of "dreams," "rovollcs" and myatorlea I
that aro modestly grouped under tho i
designation of "anil similar articles.
Army of 153,743.
In theso 4,558 establishments (hero
le working for her an army of 153,7411
persons whoso annual payroll I $78,
C3.00W. Persona who work for "mother" ait'
parent ly do not grow rich, for bulking
tho highest paid with tho lowest this
puyroli ropresones an nvorago month
ly wngn of H2.6S tor tho vaar isuu.
Thia, howovcr, Is n vast iniprovotneni
over tho rule of pny of flvo yoira prc-
viouh, when the average monthly
wngo was $26.83, In addition to this
forco of waKO-earnurs, thero nru IK 7!0
employes, auch as officials ami clerics.
of the salaried class whoso monthly
avcrngo pay is $90.
Tho material thco factorloi work
tip Is valued at $203,768,000. Altur
$!iS,USC,0(iO has been spent on It in
labor nnd salaries and $2U.?45 00i in
miscellaneous expenses, making n to
tal of $341,489,000, tho product Ic.tVCi
tho factorlcH worth $381,752,00
Of course, woman's hill Is not $'.'.SI -753,000.
It wouM bo If ho couhl buy
direct from the factory nt factor'
values, lint by tho tlmo this output
Is piled In disheveled huvi hi tho
counters for tho Weekly hu galn nay
stampede or stunningly ii'ii'y on show
window models Its aggron.tto hum baf
fles tho boldest Sunday supplement
economist, whow bewildorlnir cntcula
tluns never fall to make thrilling Sun
Uven thu rutalt prlco nnttics do not
begin to tell the story, for they do
nut tnkc Into account tho iiamng'j ono
by tho army of 390,000 Ircaiiiial.c rr.
tho forco of 105,000 milliner (n.i
thoso thotiMinds of other cmfUpeopio
engaged In tho art of cntiklnx women
happy if not always comlottnhlo. 1
thcao totals could ho ascortnlnoi! nnd
set down on paier, Hcere,jii,"vilhm,a
nmaxing nguroa on the nivnsos of tho
boll wcuvll nnd economic 'Iiiiuko '
discuss carrying iasccia would sink
Into Insignificancy Only tho dating
suienai calculations of the Aatrono
mcr Flammarlon could shino nbovo
that Hood of IIkuios.
Starts on Upward Courts.
Nor Is thu end In Hleht. What linn
been termed "the woman'j nunc' has
Ital Invested from $7;iJ'iu.O0) to I'.'U
IIOJ.OOO, and the value of the output
from $247.00(i.0'm to f3SI.0l(i.')0'l.
"What's tho -Borat ol tliU story?"
sumo nut' aile.l .hi tej.n nlllclitl
who handed on; ,hiy prclltiiln:try re
port on wnmuns ilJ'Imiy.
"It's this," replied tho uoiihu mini.
If you want to feel. like n 'piker' just
to-jiyo al ,nothtT
A1. , . , .
I Then t.o li,u.i
Also at suicr.
did to the Pi can lUo
prclliait.aiy ciisas reort on now
much It ctiits to keep man in cigars,
It shows that not inoro lliuu lt,M
totim-co factories nro kept working to
supply tno nccii oi-man.
Uhllo thu wo.nun's clothliiK cstub
liMhmeiita emploxil an urinv of 17U,
iiou pernons, the tobacco factories kept
iu,ooo ompioycs busy umkliiK smoke
iiici, cnowitiR touacce, tuuir and slut
liar nccMsltlcs for man.
At fuclnry prices It casts $381,000.-
000 to keep woman In clothes, but It
costs fiio,uoo,ooo to keep man In to
That has been advanced ns one of
tho reasons whv men ottj-oct so strenu
ously to women acqtnrlnk tha tobac
co huhlts as well ns th clothes habit.
WHY TICS DISPUTE?
THEY ALL LOOK GOOD
I'arls. Dee 11 A fair-haired woman
correspondent o tho ICclulrcur do
Mcc, has iiuulo an eaorgctlo protest
a3anst tho dictum recently laid down
by a Frcuch savati' on the. Intellectual
nnd physical supcilority of brunettes.
The scientist In ipiestlon osHorts that
two generations nenco fair women will
bo extinct and thai the, blondo woman
Is a degenerate typo.
Dark women, ho d4, an? usually
nicro robust and slroagur physically
nnd Intclkcitiallv than Iholr fair sls
ters. Tho rarrtsjamdent challcnues
thcao Btntomcnis ami says that a
trim French blondo, i a "mm," Tho
letter s signed A fair woman who
rlds horaus, climbs traaa aHd receives
doctors only at the dinner tabUf,"
Mrs, Fred llainm, until recently
located In the KrVr-,lock, Is new
In charge of tho Auelu hotel, third
floor i.umt-titrKklerltiulldlRg, Beiettd
and Copper, Mrs. Iwsm extenda un
ImHaUon to ail of Kr friends mid
fa-rtttcr patrons, as welt as the tran
sient public, to slop at the nw houae,
wMch la beautifully an4 nswly fur
1 WkH you have a cW owt a botU
f ' Chamberlain Coais Kiy. It
wiM'ipn fix '" r(4 and
wilt ward off any Isjwnrd
Btvuhumio. This ,tiswsV cantaln
no opium, or olhvr jtssfsstfe and may
- om given ns c"i'"" wny
given as coniinir iw n umoy h
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KANSAS FURS ARE
ITEM OF WEALTH
Topekn,, Kan-, Dee. fl Xatlvo fur
hearing aiumtil" u-o n rnt'ier Import
ant facl'-r In the rcanur.-t of Kan
sas. A man who hu never looked
Into It would hardly iiMtumi Hint
Kansas ha fur bearing unliioil to
nny great number. Hut Profits-tor
I.. Dyche, statu fish und guiito war
den, from cstlmittcH received Irum
Kansas fur deiiler;' believea thai ttio
IC1111H.IH fur bearing nnlnlula not the
truppera and hunter close to $Bno,
000 n eor.
"The great trouble In this state Is
that fur hearing animals have been
hilled out of season to such an ooc-
tent that much money I lost In ll.i
way. sueh furs bringing only 11 small
per cent of the value of prllno funt."
Mr. Dyche said.
MiiftkralN. minks, raccoons, skunk.
opoiwuniH und civet cata nro Hie chief
fur buarlng Hnlmiil killed lu Imih-hi.
The beaver nnd otter aro pracleull
extinct, On prime furs the prite run
as follows last year In thi statu
Muskrat, 7S cents; mink. .t to ;
raccoon, 70 cent to ll.ao. skunk,
$1 to $3.60, the blacker kimk fur
bringing the top prlco. opossum. 20
cent to CS cents; civet it tu cent
The n mm scusxin 011 t!u lur hour
inc iiiiliiials lit KntiMiH. tinder h
state flbh and game lit", ts from NO
ventber 16 to Jlan ! Warden
l)ili tkui dm H i,ih tliu the
fura are prlmo una IU tiring Hi"
bent price. These uliltlillls I1UV0
novor beet) prott-ied ttrroro 1111s
"I'"iir diuilcra In Kamuis have told
inc." Hitd Mr. Dche. "thnt somo son
son hunters and tmpper in Kmisas
hnve lost III the iielgllbormiod vif
$300,000 ty shooting these unlmuts
cut of season." '
EASY AND SURE WAY
TO CURE G
Don't Neglect n Cold, Stop It
in the Sneezing Stage. Use
Ely's Cream Balm.
A 1 old usually nltaeKs the weakest
part, u true tin if the ers und ears In
some and producing nasal oatarrh and
throat troublss lu others. A cold Is
due t" an lufhimtnutlon of the msin
britno lining the uti- passagss, und may
be promptly cured with 11 llttlo lily's
Crime I111I111, Which Imni'dlatvly re
lteis tie Inflammutlon and ull tho
ILtr. hiiik ymptom, suili us untwx
Ing, ouKhiog, running at the uoo and
eye. p..urscuesii, soro'lhrout, fever and
headatlu One reason why this pure,
ontnepu Halm unla so iptlokly I bo
causo II is applied directly to the ten
der, sore surfaces
Kven in severe, chronic eases of
catarrh. My t'num llalm never falls
to quickly and eff. tually otteck tho
pohHihou dlachnrg.' which elog the
kean and throut. trtuing th disgust
IsSt' hawking, sniinni .aft blowing of
the nose. This r. ni. dv ni only drives
out tha, rottenness. iit luals nnd
tronthns the weaken ml and dli
aCH.rVHtbrauc. thus mlnig eaturrh
Cutatrtijls mihy diHguitlng dis
ease, lasn't put up with tt iinothr
day. On eo cent bottle of Wly'a
Cream ? from your druggist today;
or, If yntif ctMu requires spraving f
I the nose, Ihstssg or rara, crti f"r F' a
(Liquid) Creaaa' tr).
.1. s i w tk
Want Ada 1 tk Xtrald Pay
CHILD OF FORTUNE
IS 1 IHOMAS
Athletics' Catcher Was Born
Under Lucky. Sttm :Hns
Boon on Four Pennant
It can he stated positively 'that If
Ira Thomus fell out of un uoruplano
ho would lund "ker plunk" In a.
fwither bd. Mnil Is tiecuttso old
Oood l.iiok and Ira are bnmm pals.
If .l ell wits lit let hint go lu thn
Kt. Iiula club next season It'n oven
moiiuy thnt tlntt 'Willi would win thu
When Iril wtis 11 lad Mi ktlta up nt
1 lui ii,t lniMifnti.Mii nt itaiistoii Him.
N. V ho fSVi down three flights uf
Mtalrs. On regain Int his feet n
pleked up n quarter.
When Connie Mack purchased this
fellow's release from Hughey Jen
nings lu lliua tha hist thing lru said
to .lunnlna when he leaving thu
clllh was: "Hliglioy, Hie eltib I'm
ihg v. Itli la going In win tho next
pennant." Hit missed hi iu by
11 ynr. ' ut his IUek stur eff oa
u Jamboree. I
That Ira was born under a lucky
slur I not dtiuitted whn H t known I
that hu haii licvtioii tour psnnunt
winning tennis, ami thraa wurid's
lru I gellg7nti, tile r-l esto'e
busltles III lMnlailelihhi. wort lt' a
gooil gueia to make that he wttl own
half of the city if . lit old lu-h l"'i
forsake him. lie's after Wtlllr Kell
er it rseord. ll.is'ctiftll munagers. tw
lining in signs, regard Th.nws
imkv cue, and If-lie wits Irw bed
tic grubbed right; uuiiy, Men u na
gi.nl wing hud Onuiked to smlthei
..its. Talk ubmii fulling d'.wn the
fiuer and cijn'iliig up cinnred with
diamond! Tli'rtn'irt hus ihut losliwt
to the must. ' i
Wlllto Kcekr-nitd Thomas uaad to
gel togeilivr wlieil h' wir. ihiUi ull
ttie sume eltib ftlid talk It --r. Kaat
or at time WoiiTil Josh Ira i sttyllM:
'Int, If t had Vdw head or lutlr and
that college eduvutton I w .uld a
"Never mind, t Jill." Ir wouhl r
tort. "I will litiy it pile of money at
that before I get through "
Here are somo InslauriMi of Iru'a
Itn wns with the I'rovtdsttoe luh
when It won thu pennum tit ttfi6; .
Detroit. t!i(l. and Athlsllos, ISlOtilillj
1'jIJ. One year. 1 l0u, hu missed and j
thero wits no cut in o world tpjrlea
mdnov. lru tms
l.-aiiMl up nuotu
$10,000 In the last ft wirs in na
dltloit to hla sulury. ltlght now ho
Is n good catcher nnd will cum it
great deut more lifre he gels out
r the gume. It will be Ills luok If
he own n club som.- da wltleh wjll
win pennants nnd world's chumplon-
Lmxmtlvm Brmno Quktlnm
rm vmj re
Always remember tho lull name.
(or Uw iljjnsluro on ovorjf box.
ships one after tha othor. Somo of
thn bull phiyvrs say that Ira saves
nioro than no makes. However,
Thomas Is one of the late hull play
tr who thins that ten yeura la
uM 111 all Mr thu pt'iycr, and ha H
It king out for the end.
For u long tlmo lru vtna regarded
its Uetng u poor etttvher. Hut he Iiuh
Improved. Ho was not much when
hu was with the Yankee, and Hugh
ey Jennings did not think ho was
big Icuguo material. Those who saw
the sorte. lif.wlMUli.tho AOilolltta and
the 'uba played uy thut ho cntight
just a good hull as nny receiver In
the himlncsH. Now he Is u flno
outehvr. thinks Oonitlu Mack, and
that Is m'iuiI nuough.
"Vcs, things ntwnys did htcak good
ror me." says tin, when told tlmt h
tins hud nil the brraka In tha base
bull business. "I told Jennings that
1 wits going wllh it pennunt winner
when ho let me out and suru enough
tho Athl.illos grubbed thn title or
lain ami thu world's chumplotiHhlp.
ton. Things broke good iikuIh this
year, umf It looks us If I am going
to Imvo stood luck its long 111 I urn III
the Koine, A
"lt nioe to have the mnnagvr feel
that he would like to have you
around. I nm n sort of mascot ror
peiiiuuit winners nnd world's cham
pionship teams, und that'a 11 guod
way to have tilings run fur you. It's
easier Hum inu1inK xe, which was
the trude 1 sturtcd In."
(ciiiiIiio int ghiM hull ami prpM-r
clinl.ern wlm ntcrliiig slhvt- to.
A il-iiich cut Klii- midit limvy
t4hifH unit ihvp cutting Bf.U.t
A U-lncli liiimll"! cut Klio-ii iiiipplo
7-locli cut ghiM niipple M.4S
II Inn weight, cut law tuinb-
leix, ring iin clcnr tm 11 bell. . $3,00
lliiiiiiiK-ml br;i.(H tiinlircllii cIhihI,
htiimU 'il luelK-a Mull, llotilicntl
rlu orimuicnta .8.!HI
VM. Kli:ili; I'roprlctor,
Ull South Kt.
Wheeieliig In Hie lungs Indicates
that phlugiu Is obstructing the nlr pa,
sagas. IIAU.AltlVM llOUKHOl'NU
HYIll'I' Piosfitia the phlegm so that It
ran W '-oiinhod up nnd ojiwled. I'rlcn
Sic, hn und $1.00 per bottle. Hold
by All Druggists.
(Tudor Jenks In Judge 1
I have found out the gift for my fulr,
Tlie gift vn sln must udmlrc.
Tts tiMlther bright snoods ror Iter
r bonbons nor 'bruldertd attire.
There nre flowrcls that nod In tho
TheM nro bloom on thu upland
. HuV my lany dls.iuins their wcaic
Hiioli boons aro too trivial for me.
nut I've found out tho gift for my
A gift without bjemish or speck.
'Tl neither a ribbon nor glove
It's a whacking big certified cluck.
mmc a tuna m m mr.