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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL TUESDAY EVENING- MARCH 4, 1913.
5 0 e a m m a o Special Spring OpeningSale For tomorrow and tlie rest of tlie week. Tie are going to conduct our Annual Spring Opening Sale or Pure Foods. Tliere will be car loads or highest quality l'roislons at bargain prices. AVe want you to take advanl ige or It. . l'resli fruits and vegetables Kverytliing that the market af fords Oranges, bananas, apples, grape fruit, beets. cucumbers, let tuce, radishes, onions, cauliflower, string beans, cabbage, etc., etc Just Ileeeived Another Car of Pride of Topcka llour. per IS lln sack $1.2: Kvery pack carries our guarantee. A. 1. Ilour. High Patent, per 48 lb. sack SI. 09 Topcka Cup Coffee, 40c grai'e. per. lb SOc Or 10 lbs. for $3.0O Partaka Bis cuit, three 5c. pkgs. for 10c Graham Crackers Two lOc pkgs. for 15c. Soda. Midgets Highest quality salted soda crackers, in the fam ily can (large size) 50c Fig Bar Cookies I Nemo Sugar Wafers Three Per n...lu I 10u pkKS 25l. Sunflower Hraud Fancy Kolled Oats A -5c Family pkg. for.. 19c .- , ... ! W. It. Raker's i.it.s I?ro.' Blue CnocoIateA f-abcl Catsup A 20c '.i-tb take 25c bottle for.. 20c for 15c '"You will 1m; needing Iioes. rakes, sprinklers, garden trowels, etc.. cry soon. Wc liavc them. Jnytatwk Sweet Potatoes 2 15c cans. ..22c 12 cans for $1.29 Ben llur While laundry Soap 12 bars for -13c Fancy Seeded Raisins, 3 10c pkgs. for ... 22c Fancy Table Prunes, 2 lbs for 17c Santa Clara Valley Dried Peaches ' 2 lbs for 19c Fancy Large Seeded Kaisins S lbs. for . . .25c Per 25 lb. box 51.77 Oyster Shell for poultry feeding; per lb., 1c; in 25-lb sks for 25c; 100-lb sack 75c Special Mixed Chicken Feed in sacks, 15c & 25c Garden Seeds and Flower Seeds AH kinds and varieties. The biggest line in he city. HELLO I'm. Tin rlr. Ann. rar - BON TON DINING HALL 119 West 6th Street Come in and See Me Get a Square A. W. BRADSHAW THE LARGEST. BEST EQUIPPED. MOST PHONE 101 8 1 8-620-622-624-626 -628-639 JACKSON STREET YOUR PHONE" WILL PROMPTLY BRING OUR REPRESENTATIVE. NB tOU CANNOT AFFORD TO OVERLOOK OUR SERVICE. QUALITY AND PRICK S Daily Trains TO KANSAS CITY DOUBLE TRACK NO STOPS Lt. Topeka r. Kan. Oty TJ1" Lv. Kan CI. Arr. Topeka 4 20 a. m. :26 a. m. I S p3 ClVl P I 7:56 m- 9:36 a. m. 6 46 a. m. . i:25 a. m. ftS M nji 10:10 a. m. 12:05 p. m. 7 40 a. m. : a. m. lvX?Ctl 11:05 a. m. 1:50 p. m. 2 26 p.m. 4:20 p.m. 1 ' V !l:!5a. m. 1:25 p.m. 5 25 p. m. 8:10 P- Ri" Slaamshlo licks' :10 p. m. 7:66 p. m. S IS p. m. s:10 P- rn. EVERYWHERE g;09 p. m. p:4S p. m. 7:aS p. m. 9 30 P- C. E. BASC0M. C. P. . 10JO p. m. 12:18 a. in. 10 SO p. tn. 12 :30 a. rn. Phone 4033 i; :1B p. m. 1:00 a. m. J DENTISTRY That Will LAST When you are havirig dental work done isn't it better to have . it done carefully, conscienciously and riprht so it will last? The sooner you have any need dental work done the more reasonable it will be "for you. 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Celery, etc; 2 10c cans for 17c; Fancy Red Kidney Beans S 10c cans for 25e; 12 cans 90c Sweet Marrowfat Peas Fjiglo Brand; 2 cans for 18c; 12 cans for $1.0:1 Charm Black Uasplierries in dessert syrup A 20c grade 2 c.Mis for . .30c Sweet Sifted Peas Overland Brand. ?. 15c cans for 25o Tennis Girl Sweet Sugar Corn, 2 10c cans for 15c; doz SOc First American Brand Fancy Oountry Gentlemen Corn, 2 15c cans, for 22e; doxi $1.23 White Crystal Brand Fancy Ta ble Rice Kxtra large and clean, per pkg 10c White Crystal Brand extra fine pure Pow dered Sugar, per pkg. . . loc Chicken Founts, Feed ing Troughs. Grit Boxes, etc., for poultry feeding 2nd Floor Dept., 6tli St. Store. THE DIBBLE FOLKS! in. At. Th.p. Meal for 15c EFFICIENT PRINTING PLANT IN THE WEST PIIIJ.XK 101 22 K Gold Crowns $4.00 Silver Filling; 50 Teeth Cleaned 50 Painless Extraction of Teeth. . . .25 Work Is Guaranteed and Unexcelled Prices Are Reasonable IN SENATE"MILL" Daily Wage May Be Paid to Convicts of Kansas. Kinkel Measure Is Passed l)y Upper House. HODGES WATCHED THE FIGHT Governor Looked On During Inheritance Tax Tilt. Troutman Said . Democrats Were Killed "From Above." The Kinkel bill giving to the con victs of the &tate ' penitentiary at Lansing and the reformatory at Hutch inson a daiiy wase of from 10 to 2,i cents a dav hps been passed by the senate. This is one of the most valu able measures of penal interest intro duced in this session of the legisla ture. It is the second bill to be pass ed by the senate which provides a fund for the prisoners and for their fami lies. I'nder the Kinkel plan, the inmates of the two institutions are paid wages for their work inside the prison walls. If a man is married and has a depend- fr.mil? tlilu mrtllfV IS SCllt tO tlld!!. If he is unmarried, the money is saved and placed in a fund that is turned over to the convict when he loaves the institution. Part of this is to be used for the purchase of citizens' clothes on his discharge by the warden or superin tendent. The bill introduced in the senate by Senator Kinkel, of Morris county, pass ed the upper house without a dissent ing vote. The Kinkel "white way" measure giving special lighting privileges to cities of second class, has been passed by the senate. Senator Troutman. of Shawnee, turn ed the tables on Senator Hinds, of Iabette, in a warm debate in the sen ate Monday evening. Hinds was sup porting his measure directed against snitch'' lawyers. He had walked to the center of the room and was warm ing up in the defense of his measure when among his remarks he said: "T am of a forgiving spirit I will hold no grudge against any senator who votes against this bill in fact 1 w ill love and hug and kiss you whether you vote for it or not." Senator Troutman interrupted at thu' point with: "Are you talking to the lobby now? In the lobby were ZO women waiting for the consideration of the minimum wage bill. The out-of-state trading stamp com panies will be prohibited from doing business in Kansas, if the bill by Balie Waggoner, passed by the senate, goes through the legislature. The bill does not affect the local stamp companies. A stinging rebuke was handed out to Senator Milton of Wyandotte coun ty by Senator Waggener of Atchison late Monday afternoon during the dis cussion on the action of the judiciary committee of which both senators are members. Seantor Milton had stated in a speech that he had not voted for a bill under consideration in the sen ate at the time. Balie 'Waggener arose at the end of the debate and said: "l wish, to say that the senator from Wyandotte was in the committee wlien this bill was discussed." "And I voted 'no.' " interrupted Milton. "Xo you didn't." retorted Wag gener. "You didn't vote at all as you usually do when you don't want to go on record." Fifty women presented a living pe tition for the advancement of the minimum wage bill on the senafe cal endar late Monday afternoon but every advance made by them was overruled and voted down by the members of the upper house. In the first place, the petition was not al lowed to be read: then Senator Kinkel tried to place the measure forward on third reading. All efforts were smash ed into the ground by President Pro Tern King, who was in the chair. The women. downcast but determined, filed out of the chamber putting on their coats and adjusting their hats. The senate's action on the adjourn ment for the 1913 session follows: The body will cease the consideration of all senate bills, except appropriation bills. Thursday noon, March fi. The consideration of all house bills will cease Tuesday noon. March 11. Final adjournment Friday noon. March 14. After the consideration of house bills March 11, the senate really will ad journ. Only a few will remain the customary three days to hear the mes sages from the governor messages, they can read in the newspapers bv the evening fireside, just as well. With Governor Hodges sitting among them, the Democrnts last nigjht. aided by a few Republicans voted down all attempts to provide ap inheritance tax law with direct heirs included. The supporters of the direct heir proposi tion even amended the Malone admin istration bill by suggestine an exemp tion of $250.00'V-but the effects of the last law in Kansas had poisoned the minds of the enemies of the measure Incidentally, the Democrats and the wandering Republicans deprived Kan sas of thousands of" dollars annually. The $250,000 limit prpbably could bo met by only a few in the state but it would include ccore ; of returns yearly from out of the state estates. The most ludicrous statement of the evening's entertainment was a state ment from Senator Porter, of Craw ford, that the average farmer in Kan sas was worth from $100,000 to $200,000. He not only made the statement out he became angr; when certain senators laughed at him. Truly, Kansas must be a great state! Senator Troutman, of Shawnee, author of the bill the Democrats turned down a short time ago, poked fun at the administration force3 while Governor Hodges was watching the proceedings. "Here is a bill," he said, "identical with the measure I offered some time ago and you turned down flatly. You could have amended my bill but yon didn't. Now that you have been giv?n orders from authorities higher up (and the governor smiled) you come rushing in here frantically attempting to pa.-s a revenue producer. I will support any bill, however, that taxes inheritances in Kansas." At adjournment the body voted to re tain the bill on the calendar for further consideration. Senators Davis and Shouse. Democrats, fought valiantly with Troutman. in an effort to pro vide a tax on diret. heirs with a large exemption. The Hinds anti-snitch bill was killed by the senate late Monday afternoon. It was one of the pet measures of the senator from Iabette county and he died -hard. Xot until he had walked out in the center of the room and waved his arms in defense of his stand, would he allow a vote on the measure. It was charged ridiculously that railroad interests were behind the measure. DECREE IS ISSUED Burroughs Adding Machine Co. Enjoined. Anti-Trust Suit Filed in De troit Court. Detroit. Mich.. March i. A civil anti trust suit, filed here today by order of Attorney General W'ickersham, charging the Burroughs Adding Ma chine company with monopolizing in terstate and foreign trade in adding machines and appliances, was followed immediately by the entry of an agreed decree terminating alleged unfair prac tices to strifle competition. The $5. 500,000 company was ordered to in struct its agents in writing to desist from interfering with competitors, and is forbidden to acquire a controlling in terest in any competing concern with out the consent of the court. The com pany was accused of acquiring and suppressing the Universal and Pike Adding Machine companies, and at tempting to acquire and suppress the Addogruph Manufacturing and the Ad der Machine companies. It is alleged that defendants have maintained a sale department embracing a special force of men to suppress competition. Following were named as defend ants: The Burroughs i(Adding Machine company, of Michigan ; the Burroughs Adding Machine company, of Missouri; Joseph Boyer, Benjamin G. Chapman, Claiborne W. Gooch. A Ivan Maccauley, Emil P. Wenger, Andrew J. Lauver, Frank H. Dodge, Albert S. 'Herrimann, K. St. Elmo Lewis, James C. Walker, Alfred J. Dougherty and Charles Mack lin, all of Detroit: Edward Iterner and Joseph F. Cillen, of Chicago; Henry Wood Castavus, A. Buder and Marcus A. Stith, of St. I.ouis; Walter B. Man ny. Larchmert, New York; Frank S. Wheeler, New York city; Louis A. Henniek, Boston; P. K. Russell, Min neapolis; A. W. Saxe. Pittsburg, and Fred T. Miller, Oklahoma City. WILL HOLD CAUCUS. Democrats to Reorganize the House Tomorrow. Washington, March 4. The house organization will be completed and the Democratic members of the house committee on ways and means will be chosen at the caucus of the Demo crats of the new house on Wednesday. Speaker Clark has no opposition for reelection and practically all the house officers are expected to be re elected. Sergeant-at-Arms C. F. Hid den has a contest on with former Representative W. II. Ryan of Buf falo. X. Y.. and former Representative Robert B. Gordon of Ohio. Charles R. Crisp of Georgia, parliamentarian of the present house, will become a representative in the next congress. Bennett Clark of Missouri, a son of the speaker, may succeed to the post. Three Democrats are to be chosen to fill places on the ways and means oommittte in addition to the holdover members who will be re-elected. Representative Garner of Texas, Representative Stanley of Kentucky, Representative Saunders of Virginia and Representative Bartlett of Georgia are active contestants for places on the committee. WOMEN URGE RECALL Klcction in California to Replace Po lice Judge. San Francisco. Mar.-h 4. The first election ever held in this state to re call a judicial officer was assured to day under a constitutional amendment, passed in 1912. when the city register certified to the sufficiency of a peti tion initiated and circulated by women, who in this state have the ballot. Charles E. Weller. a police magistrate, is the judge whose recall is demanded. He reduced the bail set by another police judge in the case of a prisoner accused of attacking a young girl. The prisoner fled on release. Under the law, 7,865 signatures of registered voters to a recall petition were neces sary to call an election. The women filed 10.102, of which the register found 8.S18 valid. A candidate to run against Judge Weller will soon be named and a date for the election set. In the meantime the four police judges of this city have passed a rule forbidding one judge to lower bail set by another. Is I-"StaUy Injured. Salina, March 4. Earl Terry. 1T-year-old son of Lon Terry, a farmer living near Tescott. fell from a hori zontal bar while exercising and struck on the back of his head. His body is paralyzed. Pfcvsicians swy his in juries probably "PW be fatal. SUPPLY BILLS UP Last Day of Congress Draws to Close. Speaker Clark in Chair Twen ty Hours. CONFERENCE AGREED UPON General Deficiency .Measure Hung Up. Indian Appropriation Yet to Be Disposed Of. Washington. March 4. Congress upon assembling for the last day was confronted with only two outstanding j rtujiuai supply Uliis, Hie facuci.i j - ficiency and jndian appropriation. All the other appropriation measures whose delay had aroused the leaders in both houses had been agreed upon in conference and put through both houses. The deficiency bill was hung up in conference. The Indian bill was marking time in the senate when the two houses, still in the fiction of the legislative day of Saturday, recessed from shortly after four this morning until 9:30 a. m., following a continu ous all day session. The night session lacked the spectacular features of some of its predecessors in the dying hours of a congress but verbal bouquets thrown generously from the Demo cratic and Republican sides and per sonalities served to enliven the pro ceedings. Representative Heflin of I Alabama had been counted upon to j . . - . ' 1 1 : i . . . . .. ' oione a campmeeiuig mjhk- inaw l Connecticut, had been expected to spring an " original poem on the "quack-quack of the lame ducks," but the festival of song and humor was sidetracked Speaker Clark had set on the rostrum almost 20 hours, con tinuously. Republican Leader Mann and Democratic Leader Underwood remained at their posts, Chairman Fitzgerald of tho appropriation com- i mitte was continuously in conierencc over the supply bills, or piloting them through the house. Up in tho gallery there was a remnant of the crowd that had surged in during most of tho night. Request to extend remarks in the congressional record, a time-honored privilege became bo frequent that at 3 a. m., Representative Akin of New York asked unanimous con sent of the house to extend his re marks "on all subjects." There were several personal issues raised during the early hours today. Representative Austin made an urgent plea for a $200,000 appropriation for the Knoxville exposition and explain ed that he had to get the appropria tion or his constituents would "crucify him." Former Speaker Cannon de nounced the sundry civic bill and de clared the president should not ap prove it because of the conference ac ceptance of the provision exempting labor unions from the applicability of the $300,000 of funds appropriated to enforce the antitrust laws. Mr. Cannon contended that was class legislation. . HOBSON IS ANGRY Representative Will Ask Investigation. for Charges That Suffragists Were ot Properly Protected. Washington, March 4. Charging the fiolice did not properly, protect yester day's suffragist parade. Representative Hobson, of Alabama, took up the bat tle of the women today and declared in the house that he would ask for an investigation for the police depart ment during the extra session of con gress. Mr. Hobson told the house that the congressional section of the pa rade led by Representative Rucker, of Colorado, comprised a score of sena tors and representatives, who, starting at arm's length and four abreast, final ly were crowded into single file by crowding-in spectators and that the police scoffed with the ruffians. "I have been called over the tele phone," said Mr. Hobson. "and told by a lady that her daughter was on one of the floats in the parade and that a ruffian climbed on the float and insulted her daughter." "Her daughter ought to have been at home," interjected Representative Mann of Illinois, the Republican lead er. The remark aroused a number of members. "She had as much right there as any one." shouted Representative Baker of California; "tlie gentleman ought to be ashamed of himself." Women Fight Way. Five thousand women, marching in the woman suffrage pageant yester day, practically fought their way foot by foot up Pennsylvania avenue, through a surging mob which defied the police, swamped the marchers an 1 broke their procession into little com panies. The women, trudging stoutly along under great difficulties, were able to complete their march only when troops of cavalry from Fort Myer were rushing into Washington to take charge of Pennsylvania avenue. No inauguration ever has produced such scenes, which in many Instances amounted to riots. Later in Continental hall the women turned what was to have been a suf frage demonstration into an indigna tion meeting in which tha Washing ton police were roundly denounced for their inactivity and resolutions were passed calling upon President-elect Wilson and the incoming congress to make an investigation and locate the responsibility for the indignities the marchers suffered. I Miss Helen Keller, the noted deaf and blind girl, was so exhausted and unnerved in attempting to reach a grand stand where she was to have been a guest of honor, she was unable I to speak later at Continental hall. The scenes which attended tr.e entry of "General" Rosalie Jones and her "hikers" on Thursday, when the be draggled women had to fight their way up Pennsylvania avenue, swamped by a mob with which policemen struggled in vain, were repeated yesterday but upon a vastly larger scale. A'igorous Resolution Adopted. Before Woodrow Wilson has been president many hours he will have placed in his hands by the incensed suffragists a copy of the vigorous resolution of denunciation they adopt ed at the mass meeting last night following- their parade along I'ennsyl- .Famous Superior Union Suits "HAM TEi . i -t . 4 4L Seed Oats We have a splendid lot you will need them soon. D. O. COE 119 East Sixth St. A LIBERAL OFFER Anyone Can Try Samosc, tho Remark able llesli-Forniing Food. When one of the leading druggists in Topeka tells you that he has a pre paration which he so thoroughly be lieves in that he will refund your money if it does not do all that Is claimed for it, it shows that the ar ticle must have unusual merits. It is in this way that Geo. W. Stansfield, druggist, 632 Kansas avenue, Topeka, is selling Samose, the remarkable flesh-building food. Samose is in reality a concentrated food ,and restores life and vitality at once to the blood. It mixes with the ordinary foods and aids digestion; it extracts from the food that you eat the flesh-forming and strength giving elements, building up the tissues and the general health. Any one can get a 50 cent box of this remarkable flesh-forming food, knowing that their money will be re funded if it does not increase weight and restore the system to health. Sent postpaid on receipt of price, 50c. Adv. . vania avenue. Tlie resolution reads: "Resolved, That this meeting un qualifiedly censures and denounces the shameful conduct of the police during the suffrage pageant just end ed, which denied to the marchers for suffrage their rights to parade freely and unmolested in the main streets of the capital and subjected them to frequent ribald insult from the crowds which all but overwhelmed them. To these insults the police In many cases listened without effort to repress, as they were but mildly interested when the"marchers were compelled to go in single file. Such mismanagement would have been a disgrace in any city, but it is doubly and trebly a dis grace in the national capital, which belongs to all citizens, men and wom en alike." It Is Already Before Senate. A resolution for the Investigation of the Washington police force be cause of near riots during the suf frage parade yesterday was offered in the senate by Senator Jones and re ferred at once to a committee. Sena tor Nelson declared the scenes attend ing the suffrage parade constituted a "most disreputable affair and a dis grace to the police force." GETS LONG SENTENCE Georgia Boy Sent to Prison for II Years. Atlanta. March 4. An 11-year sen tence for theft of a five-cent bottle of a. soda fountain drink was affirmed here yesterday by the Georgia su preme court against Ollie Taylor, 13 years old. The decision ends a three year struggle by O. E. Taylor, father of tho boy, to have the decision set aside. The la3 pleaded guilty three years ago to stealing the bottle. He was only 1 0 years old then and was sentenced to the Fulton industrial farm until he was 21 years old. The supreme court made slight comment on the sentence, it being held that such a matter rest ed with the trial court. In this con nection, the decision read: "The slight value of the article stol en is matter to be given weight by tha court imposing the sentence, but it does not nullify the sentence once it is passed properly." GROWS BEAUTIFUL, HEAVY HAIR WE PROVE IT-25 CENT "DANDERINE" Destroys dandruff stops falling; hair Cleans and invigor ates your scalp Delightful dressing. To be possessed of a head of heavy, beautiful hair; soft, lustrous, fluffy, wavy and free from dandruff te mere ly a matter of using a littlt Danderine. It is easy and inexpensive to have nloe. soft hair and lota of it. Just get a 25 cent Bottle of Knowleon's Denderine now all drug stores recom mend lt apply a little as directed and within ten minutes there will be an appearance of abundance: freshness, fiufsneae and an Incomparable gloss and lustre and try as you will you cannot Juvj a trao of dandruff or falling hair; fent vour real surprise wUl be after lion Suits 1 ft Now on lln Sale at f Involves over 1,300 Union Suits purchased from the "SUPERIOR" makers at &0 cents on the dollar. This Is a "factory run" and a few are slightly Boiled from the knotting machines. Sizes 34 to 60, in regu lars, stouts and longs. On sale as follows: $ 1. 00 .. Superior Union Suits SOc $1.50 Superior Union Suits 7oo $2.00 Superior Union Suits $1.00 $2.50 Superior Union Suits $1.25 $3.00 Superior Union Suits $1.50 $3.50 - Superior Union Suits $1.75 $4.00 Superior Union Suits $2.00 $5.00 Superior Union Suits $2.50 Our Greatest Shirt Sale Take vour choice of our regular $1.50, $2 and $2.50 Shirts; QC fall and winter 1912 stock. at'c .AuerbadiGuettel YOU WILL LIKE j n it ! aurornia Because there yon will have a chance to succeed. There cli mate, soli and water. In conjunc tion with Intelligent labor, work wonders. Alfalfa, fruits, garden truck, poultry and dairy prod ucts point the way to more than a mere living-. Colonist Excursions March 15 to April 15 1913. Then one-way second class tickets from Topeka to Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Di ego and to many other points in California will be sold for $30. Corresponding fare from points on other lines in connec tion with tho Santa Fe. Liberal stopover privileges. Two fast trains dally from To peka carry tourist sleepers and free chair cars. Harvey meals. For tickets, reser vations. Informa tion and copy of "San Joaquin Val ley" folder, apply to T. L. King, City Passenger Agt., Topcka, Kan. Loans On Real Estate Any Plan of Repayments Desired Rates Low No Commission State Savings Bank Sixth and Kansas Avenue Best Known Cough Itemed y. For forty-three years Dr. King's New Discovery has been known throughout the world as the most reliable cough remedy. Over three million bottles were used last year. Isn't this proof? It will get rid of your cough, or we will refund your money. J. J. Owens, of Allendale. R. (:.. writes the way hundreds of others have done: "After twenty yearn, I find that Dr. King's New Discovery is the best remedy for coughs and colds that I have ever used." For coughs or colds and alt throat and lung troubles. It has no equal, arid $1.00 at Campbell Drug Co. Adv Wingless Chickens. Relief for neighbors who do not Vet chickens is promised In a new breed 01 wingless fowl on the way at Johnson Coursen's poultry farm, at Newton, N. J. Without even the intimation of a wins, these chickens will be unable to escai from their owners by flying over fenc. into neighbors' lawns and garden, thu removing almost the last obstacle to h suburban millennium. Coursen has a barred Plymouth Roc t hen 9 months old, which Is commencing to lay digs. She has not the least siu of a wing on either side of lier otherwiH-. normal body. She can walk in a dignifie.l manner, but when she tries fo run sni loses her balance and gyrates like a rud derless vessel. Coursen Is saving the hen's eggs, ai-l will try to hatch them as the beginning of a breed of wingless chickens. The ks periment is being watched closely oy poultrymen of northern New Jersey New York Herald. about two weeks' use. when yon will see new hair fine and downy at first yes but really new hair sprouting out all over your scalp Danderine Is. wt believe, the only sure hair grower; de stroyer of dandruff and cure for itchy scalp and lt never tails to stop falling hair at once. If you want to prove how pretty and soft your hair really Is, moisten a rlotn with a little Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair taking on small strand at a time. Taiir hair will be soft, fflosay and beautiful In Jut a few moments n delightful surprise j awaits everyone who tries tjU . r