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L the evening herald, MimQirotauEy. n.t Wednesday, iuiy is. iou
The Evening Herald.
THE it i n ti n. IXC
OI'iiHOK f VA1J.IAVT, Manager
II. 11. IIKMM1 r.dltor
1 i ti ! i th -1 every afternoon
rit Humbiy, bI U North Second
fit eel, Alliuiiieniue, N, M.
i;ntered na second 'Ins matter
t iho nmtiitn e at A I Imi.i ii rn u r,
N. M ., under Iho Aol of March I.
iin month by mall or carrier, two
'lie week liv carrier lie
f tit year by mall or cairler
in fi ll am Iluu
rutin om. ii
llil.tni Inl Hoonti If.
outlook 1 united. rerlint, n
tluisuisli. , well uttatiiii' rBurt from
thia lime until Iho vote tr i mm led
ol'l. (It'll MTV.
DKMim P.ATS of Now Mexlio
should Iw ui nnd doing li'iM
ly, hcorfiilly nml thorium III v
Ihe work h I ul hml to do.
IMHiMuiilty for tho I lemoi ratlc
i.uiiy of this state l ul hand In "
,iy nml In i Inline never I r a r 1 1 I
i.f before. In the, first alula !
Hull, throuxn A l . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 in nf for
tuniili' i In ii in "In in en, I In- party
Blilc to alert Hh governor ami o inft
Joiiiy uf Mate officer. J in k nnd
licpnl.li. an illsseiision hml their
).;ui in lirlimiiig alu'ijt tMIn result,
lis illil Ihe uprising uf too ii''il!
im.iiiiot I lir ulil ; .i l r of thlnga. Yet
Ho I'loioiiuhlv was the old Hepubll
i.ui gang intH'iii IhmI that tin' I I r
wan In no means complete. Tin I to.
pui.li. iinh mm tln Ifgiahit Jlc
With tlw Lit ml diarogard fur pub
1 Kent mu ni nml utilo welfare
whi'li ha ulwuvs been the) chief
a harm la-rlalle nf Iho ltcpubllcan ma
chine In I hm state, tho legislature,
whii h might have been turned into
u mean of winning back tin lost
: r on 1 1 I fur thnt party, wn pern It-ti-il
to Iki marked hv rotten scandal,
tn devote Ha time, to nliila triMi )
I'f In III) hllHIIH'KH ff 111" mutt", t
kill honest salary legislation In 'he
Interest of grafting sal icy legisla
tion: to k through two whole -plim
without evrn undertaking "'
lidltistmeiit of a taxation ayslcm
known ul the time uf the firm ae-
elon ( need flxlliK- The men who I
m. innate tho ltcpuhlli-an mm hi no
thi liltlr hand of hind nml ronl biir
on on the our hand, and the Utile
hand of professional politician on
tli" other, not oi.lv did not seek to
lie. ornate (lie legislature in it rilln
aus course, but appeared ai tually to
f iii'iiiiraaii It to rxtrcniea of inoffl
riiiiiv, toK'iKinia and wo me.
Tim ri-eiilt hna beep an uttrr al k
fnlna of Iho people with Iti'luilill
ranlHin aa evldi-nerd !n New MhIio
b'Klrhitiirea, Tho peoplo hoped for
much from the flrat atnto leitlalnture.
It wna hoped thnt Ita tnemliera. In
view of the young Male Junt breln
liillK Ita life, would Hho to patriot
Imiii. InHlead of rlHina; to pntrotum
the iloiiiin.'int folic In that leitlHln-tin.-
ill. in. i rlne to nnylhliiR hut the
h.iit of political or le worthy re
ward. The firm elate leKl-luliire wna
wi.re. if mn h n thinx he jioxalhle.
tli. hi the hnlf ilnrcn ltepuhllcnn le
Ixlalure Which hnd preiiilid it un
tier the territory.
The people, therefore, are utterly
niciruated liot only with Ihe Ttepub
fllli an boawea, who they rehukeO In
tho firnt (tute election, hul with the
Itrpuhllran leRlxlatiire. They tire
determined to have a rent liKilature
ml d'npa!rlnr of an)lhln from the
Tlepnhllcnna, they are ready to turn
In n body to tha Pemocnita. rron
every county In tha atata thta de
n.and la romlnc. It la plain and
In. id and determined. AH tha rank
and file nf tha Democratlo party
liave to do to win tha lower houae
r.f the levlalature, la to chonaa from
their number men fit to lend: fapa
Me nf f II llnar tba leirlalntlve poaltlona.
Aa fur tha opposition, the Ucpub
1c an machlno, It approuchee tho
ii 1 1 1 1 I frrt without tiopa. It la aplit
Inio half a duxen hoptlcttly warrinic
lailiona. In our CWa t'-'f VAt'K"
Hi., a la rln I in Inf tha nomination for
toiiKrena by rlKht of dlacovery Bud
Ihleatenlna l.ll who dara to )pl"-c
bun. Hv tliieuteiui to break the
j.. m e of ld AllnniiH ryue, in tli"
making of which ho wna proinlBed
Huh noiiiiiiaiii.ii. if he do not (et
It. Tho faclii' Mr. Andrew la alowly
hut ateudily Riilninii atrensth In bi
plan lo rem party rmitrol from the
noi l lici n bi.Mwi The northern boaa
nre ready to aurifice any powihle
liatice tho purty may hive of uc
ci Me in ol der to bent Andrew a and
prei.nl hla Ruimna the pa in con
trol he weka. Neither Andrewn nor
the land und eoul baron and their
lax i era who lire oppoNina him hope
for me. lor the Kepul'I'can pitriy.
r.tit I hey k' prevent and future ad-
amine In parly control; und that la
the i ike for which they are play
inn. All h...e the liepubllcana had of
an ni.'l' riainlin and a union with
the I'rorrewivea la gone. The I'm
Rreeh have indignantly refilned lo
f'lee The ouili.ok for a Ieirnrall'
iiloiy whiih will make Una elate
In-lo.i relic eolnlly and -erinunetitl'
All now rtiuired to rcaliaa IbHl
Till'. III. tl. WKI4 KI ItS iF
MOST of the current dlognoaea
of Ihe btiaineaa alluntlon
aeem lo aeek for cauxea In
...litial I'ondiiliiiia. Therefore nioet
of the illaanoM-a fall In their logle
Imi i, ne thev are not aiietnliied by
Ihe nnaheea of facie. An era of hltoh
pilcea i an only be aiialnlried ua long
n money la well dial ributed among
Ihe people. When It tend to tun'
'-.i.Mie I" - iin.oia i.j n iiiiin'-'i j
tiumher the buying power of tho
who have reduced their uvnlliil.lo
money t,i filriilnh Ihia necumulatlon
for the few muet be corn-epondinalv
Impaired nml their ronKiimption
m. ml be reduced lo the general
detriment of hunltieea.
The rnilwnya of the country repre
sent n far larger ngaregnllon of crip
llnl lliun nnv other Induetry. They
are iiIko the lnigc( I'liimuinrri of
teilaln etuple n.nlerinla. Their lial
or employe number about 1 . 4 o n, -mill,
win. h meiiiin that at b a" one
!".-.. n In each bundled of population
emna hie Income by railway aervice
of aoiue eort. A much larger num
ber derive their aupport from rail- j
way enrnitix. There were l,2Ju,
I'ompnnlea llnted by the Interatate .
commerce commiaalon In ISM'a and I
M of the larger oneg hnd rn.0(l j
hareholder w ho looked Jor proflla '
In their invratment. ttome nf theae i
coinininlea have been ably maniiged '
in Ihe intereel of the ahnrc holder. I
Home have been rHmlnnlly mnnnged J
In the Intereat of predatory director;
and financiers who need them na the
bnul of reckleH ixaiiea of aecuritlea '
In the form of atoeka and bomlf. ihuaj
(renting capitallieatlon o lame that
tha ronda can never hope to pay iliv
Idendg Under a rciiHoiialile rate of
Th New Haven rouda ll.0
ahnreholder enn not be In nn eiull
ant mood over the condition of the
property which i the luiala of their
aecuritlea. The I!ih k Itdand ayt"H
ia eaid to have been deluii' d with
creation of IT.;. iino, imiii i, watered'
eecrulile. The r rlf o avulein. the
I'ere Marquelle. the Chicago ft Allot!
have been alimliilv treated with the
general reatili that a liw achemlng
promoter and fltiniK iern have ah-
eorhed millioiiH or money and ninny
thoiifinnd of Invcutm have ex
changed their lapllal for Beiurlllea
of il. iiiln fill value which may he
awept away In Ihe necearury .iiec
Ing to get tho ayatema bnck to
reiiHonahle baa I a of Invea'.ment. i
I'un any aort of political mnneuv-
erlng acconipllHh worae reaulta to
ward tho destruction of public con-1
fldence or the discouragement of
capital? Who will answer? Huch
shifting of money vnluca Into tha
hand of the few without any nda
ijuuto compensation to the many
must have a blighting e. ct upon
luislnes. The Impalriiient of eaxn
Init ciipuiity In railway ond general
retrenchment In railway purchaaeg
of material und eupplica, which la
another ronae'iuence of icckleaa ex-1
ploltullona, haa an ever greater and
more direct effect upon bualneaa.
Yet the loudeal clamor la not for .
Ihe prevention of auch Inislncn
wrecking Indulgence but ngainat the
intention of tho government to pre
vent further Indulgence .n auch de-
aiructlve prnctice. It la a too com
mon practice to trent remote aymp
toma Inst, cd of the diaeuae. but In
tho present case the prole-t aeema to
be agrilnat any treatment Whatever
becaua tha patient happen to ua
"big butlneag." g
DID yon aver reflect thot your
anlerman, whoae effort cul
minate In order, apenda the
larger part of hla tlm In getting
the opportunity for that ten or twen.
ty minute talk wllh tha prospect?
And that the freight care, on which
ihe l i.ihii.., good are shipped, lin
ger in yar.ii; and on aldlnga, apend-
log I. at a amnll portion of the elapsed ,
time in direct travl? And that be
tween ilitse twp ataaea, which are
tho alpha and omega ol ankle or
dered, manufactured and shipped, we
find lot time appearing at every ateu t
of the way. ol.seive a phll.hlc
writer In the current American Ma
What 1 It If we endeavor to
define It along hard and fuat line,
the following Illustration will help
u to form Ihe definition. It I of
a traveler atari lug out from one vil
lage to another. Kiery time he atopa
to real, linger to wul h the View,
partially retrace hi alepa or moder
ate, hi puce from hla fan! eat. he
losea time. Should he do none of
theae thlnga, but pre on with tha
utmost spied until the destination la
reai lied, he would arrive aa quickly
a poaaible for a pedestrian and, con.
alderlng the method by which he
came, would have ot no time.
Now, instead of walking, auppoae
he had lumped into a tux I cub, driv
en lo the d pot at mnxlinutn speed,
leaped upon an expreaa train that
waa pulling out aa h arrivvd, and
after being carried aa fast aa ateum
would i'unv) hliti, hud hurried off
the train aa II alowed down, he again
would have loat no lime.
I-l.iiilly. If Ir.atead of walking or
taking the train, h had Jumped Into
the passenger aeat of a gwift aero
plane and In a bee-line direction hnd
flown to Ihla aame village, he hn
again loat no time ronaidering the
Mut although he lot ro time In
walking aa far aa the process of
walking la concerned, when com
pared with tho up res train Jour
ney, tho process Haelf hml time. And
In turn, tho train trip loat lime when
compared with tho performance ol
Ihe aeroplane. Therefore, It la evi
dent thnt not only may lot time en
ter Into a process, but Into the ef
feet due lo the choice of the pro
Lost time In the completion nf an
in lion la time apent In ita comple
tion other than nt the maximum rate.
Iho moat efficient proceaa and 'he
ht ti. kl
4y- i.ri.iN niEiiTna meet
I in ballroom." Headline. No
io.. wliii will pay the
MMri!iiV ehiiiild put Hiierla
next to the safely flrat Idea.
MI!S. OA It. MAN pica. Is not to be
found guiliy unlil .lie la proven In
nocent. Which is the way most
Women would expect u law court I"
SKIN'NIN'U Couni llinan Pklnncr
aeem to be the favorite pailiiiie in
tin- .Second ward.
I'lilNf'R HHX WKIf) I Mcklng
tn tile Powers nRnin. Hi ' , aaya Ihe
hia fellow put him up on n throne
and then left III in to get knocked off.
PUI.WK 1111.1. probnhly m?sie
the benevolent ha. king of lleorgi'
IiiMTOItfJ conilemn the eugenic
mnirl iae law. couria il". l ire it tin
constltutiomil and teacher ..rilrially
disapprove aex hyiili ne in Ihe
i hools. Iiok like the majority la
in fa. or of lotlliiK nature lend to It.
THAT cnnatltialonnl amendment
overlooked n bet. It forgot to abol
ish . oiinly iissessor.
Till: I.KAlUNil ItKPl'ni.IfAN
lieuspaper of New Mexico are It
unit in agreeing that Iho purty la
TO DATE InI?7oLFmf TIAPAH
torigua aeeiiuj ta be wearing right
KOMEON'H rare?eaaly threw a Ke
attlo womnn'g head Into tho gurhuge
barrel. Dispatch loes not aay
whether or not the huir had been
aaved. We ara an Improvident peo
ple. ?fFM.EM inyTtTa pnl II lea. The
commerce eommlaalon aaya it'a lar
ceny. Tho tockholdcra aay It'a hell.
VIIILn Ttl'SILY engaged In at
tending to I'later, Ttrltlnh atatesmen
nre nssured that no matter who I
llckcjl the next government will hnvc
to handle the woman question.
In i I.KANI.NO up your garbage, na
per the inuyor'a order, be aurc to
anve your tana. They'll be In de
mand later. i
WHAT do you auppoae Pave I.nae
Would do In the way of copy pro
dmtlon If !ic wu hundllng piiblicliy
for ix nutlonal go id road conven
WHIM! the governmenl la dividing
up tho New Haven railroad. Tnlon
Pacific la dividing up $mi.uimI,hio
among common atnek holder. There
nre railroii,ia and railroad.
AI.HU there la greul varMy In
tTln.ea OtTjtw fcemtioiiH.
Killing time. ( -
Hanging p. Inrea.
Khooting the chu'ea.
Choking pff a apenker.
Hunning over a new anna;
inotiierln u laugh.
Hetilng fire to a heart.
nnirmg a perfornuin. e.
Murdering the Kngllah language
Story of tha
f. aw e-Tv. fv--i "hu
Wamw" "ltaTsskaa," aa.
AZurrfavtDON J. LA VIM
ICopyrtghu mi. tr Krauk A. MuaaayJ
(ContlnueHl from Yoatcrilay.)
tr , i - , . ,. .
in mniiru rniTiurngmgiy. irai a wno
light waa creeping Into bla eye and
Hooker knew what hr meant He d.
aired to bo loft alone, to deal with;
Iel Rey after tho aure manner of the;
laiinia. And yet, why not? Hooker
gried thoughtfully at 'lie oncoming
rtirnloa and walked swiftly buck to
"TMa Indian la a friend of mine."
ho aald. "and I can trtnt him. He
yuya tt will bo better for ua to ride
on and be will taka rare of the
"Take caret qnoatinned tlrntut,
turning; pale at a peculiar matter-of-fact
tone In hla voice.
"Sure," agtd Honker: "ho any there
are revoltoooe ahead. It will be bet
ter for you, hn aay. to ride on."
"Modre de IHo"' breathed Oracla.
clutching at her Raddle; aud then aha
podded her head weakly.-
"You better get down for a minute."
auggcated Hooker, helping her quick
TO SIMON STERN STORE
The unusually large alock of aprlng
and summer good on hand at this
season ,f tho year, und the remark
ably attractive price at which the
good are being offered, are reasons
Kufflcient for the big buslneaa which
the atore ha done during Ita mtd
aummer green tag aula. Hiving
liouiiht heavily lust spring Ihe Hinfu
Htern atore had n larger etock than
usuul of men'g clothing and furnish
Inga oh hand when the anniiul uin
mer clearance aaln waa Inaugurated.
Knowing that Klmon 8tern'a amte
menla In hi nnnouncementa ure en
tirely dependable the men of Albu
querque were prompt to take advan
tage of the bargaina he offered in
hla green tug aale. The aale I at III
on wllh many unusual bargain atlll
available. Thnao who have not al
ready taken advantage of the bar-!
gaina filtered durlnp Ihla sale (.hoiilil
not debiy lonaer, but go at once and
fil themselie out with whatever
ihev need In the gunimcr clothing or
,Th Htavy Maueer Spoka Ouk Ona
ly tn the girui,J. "Hero, driuk aoma
wator you'ru kinder faint I'll be
Tight back Jogt waut to aay good by."
Ha atrodo over to whero Amlgo had
poHted hJmiH lf behind a rock aud luld
a band ou hla ami.
"Adioa. Amio!" he aald, but the
vYarpil only gUnood at blm atrangely.
"Anything In my camp, you're wee
corae to It," nd led llool . but Amlgo
did not reaiHJtid. Hla bunk eyea. fur
aoolng aa a buwk'a, were fixed Intently
tc.fore him, where Del Rey came gul
lopiag la ho lead.
"Yon go now!" be gald. speaking
with an effort, and Ilooor uuiloi stood.
Ttx-ro waa no love, no halo left In that
mighty carceaa ha waa all warrior,
all Yaqul, and he wanted Icl Key to
"Well be golait, Hooker atUd to
Oracla, returning awiltly, and hi ub
duod tonct made her alait Rhu felt,
i one feel u a funeral, the hovering
wing of dea'h, yet Rhe vaulted it, to
her aaddle and left her thoughts un
Bald. Tbey .tide on down the valley, apur
rtiig yet holdir g back, and then with a
roar that made them Jump the b avy
Mauler Rf.ke out one ahot! Aud no
mora. There wna a buah, long wait,
and Amlgo "roso alowly from behind
hi a rock.
"Oodl" exclaimed Hooker, aa he
caught the pose, arid hla voice aoutid
ed a requiem for Manuel del Ucy.
Ihen. aa liracla crossed herself and
foil to Robbing, he leaned forward la
big aaddle and they galloped away.
Tnlo tho open plain, he turned aalde
front tl, troll and drew rein by
clump of mcaqulL
"Hero, lot me take you," he aald,
aa aha swayed uncertainly In the Rad
dle. Pho slid down into hla arm and
be In Id her gently In the shade.
"Poor girl." he mntternd, "It'g been
too much for yon. I'll get Rome water, 1
and pretty goon you ran eat." j
Ho nnalitng tba canteen from hla
Raddle-flap, gnva her a drink, and ten '
her to herself, glnnclng awlflly along'
tho horlion aa he tied out their mount
to grate, flut for her falntnoe be
would have pushed oa farther, for ho
bad seen men off to the east; but bun-'
or and excitement bad told upon her
von mora than the day-and-night ride.
For a womau, and sluinr, a sldo-end-dla,
she bod done better than he bad
Jiopod; and yet well, tt waa a long
way ta the bonier and ha donbted II
The could make It Hhn lay atlll In the
shade of the tnpaquU. )ut aa he bad
placed box, and when he brought the
Rack of food ahe did not rale bar
"Hotter eat eomothlng." bo itig
posted, spreading out lomti broad nnd
dried baief. "Here's soma oranges I
got from Don Juan I'll Juat put them
ever here for you."
Oracla shuddered, sighing wearily.
Then, aa If hla word had hurl ber,
gbo covered her face and wept.
"What d'd you toll that manT" abe
asked at but
"W"y what man?" Ininlred Hook
cr, aatoulabod. "Ain't you going to
"No!" abe cried, gating out at blm
through ber tear, "not until I know
what you aald. Hid you toll that In
dian to to kill hirer
Rhe broke (Sown suddenly In a fU ol
aohhtng, and Hooker wiped his brow.
"W'y, nol" bo protested. "Sure not t
WbRt made you think tbatT"
"Why you rodo over and spoke to
blm and he looked at mo and then
ho killed blm!"
She gave way to a paraxyira of grlel
at tbla, and Bud looked a room! blm,
wondering. That alio waa weak and
hungry ho knew, but what waa this
abo waa saying?
"I mckon I don't understand wtial
you're driving at" bo Raid at last!
'"Wish you'd eat something you'll feel
"No. I wont eat!" Rhe declared, git
ting op and frowning. "Mr. Hookor."
ghu wont on wry uilaerablr, "what did
you mean thta morning when you
laughed) I snJd I bated poor Manuul
and you auld well, what you did
and you laughed! Did you tblnk oh
you couldn't have that I really want-
(Continued Tomorrow AftortHMm.)
SftLAZftR LOCKED UP
BEGS OF A
He Tells Elfeeo Baca He
Knows Nothing tf Plans for
New Revolution. Army is
l'lfeno luicn, who returned laai
nlghi from a trip to I'ntt Wingnte
to see Uenernl Jose Ynes Blaar In
response to Ihe Inner cull fir help,
hm lil today thai Ihe federal leader la
locked up in Ihe guardhouse pending
Investigation of a report fuun t-.l
I'liao that he W.1 Involved In n plot
for Stirling a counter revolution
agiilnsi Vlllu In northern .Mexico.
Mr. Ilnjn say Hiilmnr protested lg
norance of plan for such a plot, und
Mr. Itacn got the Impression from
army officer at the fort thnt thev
were satisfied Ihe report from Kl
lnii wasn't true. Mm they have il"
i Pled to keep rtiilamir nnd ItodiiK'i
(Jueveilo In Iho guardhouse llnl II tho
report bus been thoroughly sifted.
Hahimir told Allot m v llaca that he
Intended to make AlhiiiileriUo hi
homo a soon aa lie I released from
A acent Herald Wnnt Ad will
get what you wnnt.
J. C. BALDRIDQE LBR. CO. 423 S. 1st St. Phone 402
W. II. IIAHII CO. C'B
( For t.o lUln Kaclof All KINDI.IN'I AND MIIJj WOOD
brick and puartkkini limb
PHONE 91. SANTA ra BRICK !
i Figure with us on Sash Doors,
Mouldings and Everything in
I MILL WORK
I Superior Lumber & Mil) Company
lMi:it m:V Mi;i:mi:t
W H ITE ELEP H AN T BAR
OM.Y itSV. lU.h.ll .N lllt t.HT
Mcasir. . A. 4,nlrn ii ro.' M Trow WhlHkey ami Hermitage Ke
rcirt.birly wrtnl. All isila r Icaiillng brand on call, hpiilal a'-rvbei .aa
all liigh . Ium ilrlnkA
J. C TAVUtlt. Manager
GETS PICTURE OF
Man VJha. Pftsinre n F-llintt
ilcndricks, has Cashed
Many Drafts in Southwest,
Near End of Trail.
Gold Medal Flour
Eoenlually'-Vr' hy Not Now?
THE JAFFA GROCERY CO.
EXCLUSIVE A QENTS
t'arlali.id, X. M July 15 Kiliotc
1 Iciiili it ks, Cailsliad banker, bus lc
oliiil throiiKh the Ten .is llunktis
;isoi iaiii.li ii I'hotograi'li of a crook
who, . using a Mr. HciidilckH, and
in m. -.1 Willi reiriitlucllons of the
ill. ill form of uatiks In Curlshad and
Art -'ia, hu been cunning I '.'l driifis
with ret klcHB iirodlgalily ell over the
aou'hwest for the lumt two monihn.
All effort uf a force of delectlve t"
run the man down have failed thus
far. Iitit having secured his I'hi.io
gra. tho delectivea l.ellevc they will
soon have him in charge.
COUNTY SURVEY IS
Tb county survey la ir"grelng
steadily. There are two purne In
the Held, .'ie heuded ty Kdmiind
Cos and the other by Mr. I'avca. of
aiita I'e. The secij.nimnu of the
vallev baa been uImiii! comilele.l.
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Those persons who receive and disburse money in
large or small sums should have a checking ac
count: for the check is as good as a receipt as an
evidence of payment and many firms would
rather receive checks than currency in payment
Deposit! subject to check are accepted by this
bank in any amount and every courtesy is ex
tended to our patrons without regard to the tizt
of their accounts.
GR10IUSED SAGE E,
TEH TO OMEN 111
Want a maid? A Herald want ad
will find ber for you.
. .iv.kh ii re a may huri jnni ui ii
InVbooga, It la a solemn thing to kill
'tnttn, even to be nutr wben ono la
killed. If Grat ia had slain Del Rey
b-araulX In a passion her hot blood
might have buoyed ber op, tot now
hnr whole nature waa convulsed wllh
tha horror of It and ahe wilted like a
An hour before ahe had burned with
'hatred of him. Rhe bad wished blm
dead and aouRiit the man who woold'
kill him. Now that hla Ufa bad bacaj
rnlpprd off betwnen two boart beala
aha remnmbarud blm wllh pity and'
muttered a prayer for bla aouL Fori
Hooker, for Lh J-ancey sha had no'
thought, but only for tha dualling,
yuuog rapttJn ."; bad followed her
to bis death.
Of this liiij hud no knowlcdga. Iin,
rvalUKd only that ihe was crowing
weaker, and that bo uiual ci ll a bull,
nd at laat. when tha walls of their
X5l". him. Wctu;d b(J Jlhey rtiju jiyt
Hilt .4lle, Knlpliur With It To He.'
alisre, Color. .!., Thick.
I'ommoii garden s.ige brewed Into
a heavy lea with sulphur and altu-
bol added, will turn gray, atrmlitol,
and faded hair lieantlfully dui k Mini
limn liint. remove every bit of dan
druff, aton sculp Itching and falling
hair. Just a few uwdicut lona w.ll
prove a revelation 11 your hair Is
fading, gray or dry. adugaly and
thin. Mixing the S.iue Tea at J r-u',-I'hur
r i ut home, though,' la
troublesome. An easier way ia to get
the rendy-to-UHe Ionic, codling uboui
Ii'1 rent a large bottle nt drug elm is,
known aa "Wyein'a r-a(ii and Hulphur
Hair l(v:oedy," Ibua avoiding a lot
While wispy, gray, faded hair I
not plnful, we all desire to retain our
youthful a..inruiicfl and attractive
newt. 1 1- darkening your hair wiili
Wyeth'a 8ua and rtiillihur, no one
Van tell, heci.U'ie It doe II so iiilnral
ly and evenly. Vrni Jusl il. in pen a
l.iilige or soft In mil Willi it and
draw this thiouah your b.nr, tcki'ig
one am. il traml at a time by noun
lug all gray hair have ilini..c.iri-.!.
and. after anoilier c i.llca t ion or
two, your hair bec.mcM beai.tlfuil
Uuiti. gloi s, -ofl and lumii iuIiI.
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4 i i i 4 ? I
Thoroughly Well Made x.
Practical and Serviceable
Low Priced. , v
Easily Operated. v , x
GUARANTEED TO GIVE '
One Quart Size. ..... $1.50
Two Quart Size ...... $1 r75
213 to 215 W. Gold Ave.
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