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,'HW )-", " 'K A" THE EVElflKO WORLD, THURSDAY, ATJGTJST 4, 1911. 12 These Jersey Bees Wax Parquet and Ballroom Floors Every Dance Hall Will Have Its Own Apiary, Now, and Sivc Much Money. By Farmer Smith. OEDAIl OBOVE, N. J., Aug. 4. following a field meeting of noted vbeo owners at Ma.plowood last week, Frank Courtcr of this town an nounced here to-day that hereafter ,hls bees would work twelve months each year instead of only part time. Mr. Courtcr has secured an option , en forty acre near Thumb Point, where he expects to raise bees which will not only produoe. honey, but b trained to wax floors as well. ThU discovery cam when Mr. Courtcr had his beer warm In the parlor of Miss Tillle Haines lant Frl 'day' night, and then sknte over the 'floor waxing and polishing It for dancing. Mr. Courtcr says the time Is coming when every owner of parquet floors will have his own apiary from which he will get his own honey and be able to train the bees by smoking them properly, so that they will skate over the floors and keep thnm waxed. ROMANCE FOLLOWS PAGEANT Seeaad Weddlaa- mm Calmlaatlaa t Jeaa IV A re FrKlTltle. Announcement Is made of the en gagement of Miss .Pauline Mereedna Dwyer to Edward 3. Kelly, Secretary of the Catholic Actors' Culll. Mis Dwycr U the daughter of Mrs. Katherine Dwycr and sister of Mrs. Harry Noonan of lUdgewood, N. J., and Vat ltockaway. Mr. Kelly was a member of the H5th JtfKlmcnt. tii Division, and waa 'waunded at Chateau-Thierry. The mar riage will take place In October. ThU Is the second romance to develop after the Jean d'Arc pureim held last summer on Korrthnm Collugv cimput, of whK-h Mlis Dwjer was secretary Hml Mr. Kelly In executive charge. Mini Virginia Madlgan, who appeared as tho Maid of Orleans, was married to Mar cus Daly Boarman a few months aiu, after he became Interests 1 In Miss Mad Igan from a picture published of her as Jean d'Arc. I C.m Gen. LONDON, Aug. 4. Lord nyn.v left London to-day for Canada to become Oovernor General of the Dominion. At Liverpool ho U1 board the Empress of I'Yance for Quebec. ( rWrWTSINArUKt Muoizenic twi uos EVtRyTHlNG IN BEDDING- FRANK' A-HALL &30N5 25-W-4-5Ti?3T. N-y- into TjPtaye9 It can he none and we are nuking 20 reduction on this work for the sum mer months only. We send for your piano ami return it as a playrr-plann. We also instnll new 8R-nnlr actions in old G5-nnte plnyer-plnnns. Wrile or phone for estimate. unit pi avfp irrinivj rn UNIT PLAYER ACTION CO., After sickness clean up. How? Warli ecrything bod clothes, woodwork, floors, with a disinfectant solu tion you know ki'.l.s germs. It (i tlttl Ilit s dUnfimat work mini) i1 qutdjj. t',lto Nt'Sol doea bah. For personal hygiene huaol ti Imilu.b't. Dm and drpartrotot iter:. I li-lf la II. sj. 7b. SuJ. rSo-fisptsol Co.. Buru.a. Uuv Sylphoflathol Acts instantly 5 BALDNESS ITS CAUSE AND CURE Inner Secrets of Bald ness Revealed by Jules Ferond Note. For the vast thirty wear Jr. Jules Ferond has specialized in the ttudv of scalp diseases and the mantjoia ramifications of the science of hair growth. He is the first hair special ist to cure follicular mange, the most dreaded and hitherto the most hope less hair and skin disease to he found in the annals of mcdicil history. Be fore a large group of authorities Mr. Ferond inoculated himself with the germs of follicular mange and cured himself within a period of three weeks. Mr. Ferond is also the first hair specialist to reveal to the layman the inner secrets of the incubation and growth of the human hair. A number of years ago Mr. Ferond had no hair on his head, other than a fringe around his ears. This can be proven conclusively by photographs and by the affidavits of thousands of people who knew him intimately. To day, at the age of fifty-eight, he has achieved a regrowth of hair on hi scalp that compare favorably with the head of tuiir of a man half his age. In thousands of other cases Mr.. Ferond has never failed to give satisfactory results after consistent and correct use of his hair scrum. Baldness is caused by the presence of a microbe that preys upon the fat cells which are placed by nature at the base of the hair follicles. This microbe absorbs the oily nourtbh ment which healthy hair must re ceive In order to grow. . The seal Is a tissue composed of three layer the horny outer layer, Wade up -of longitudinal eladtle fibre; the malphlrnlan layer, or sec ondary stratum, composed of circu lar fibre i the third or papillary layer. delicate membranous substance. Through these three layers of scalp tissue run the balr follicles, at the base of which are the papllll bulbs. From these hair bulbs spring small horny points, which, as they are nourished by the fat cells clustered around the papllll, gradually harden, push their way through the hair fol licles and gradually develop Into vis ible outer hairs. This, in a nutshell, la nature's way of producing balr. Observe now, how the microbe which lodges at the base of the hair follicles brings about a gradual loss of hair and Anally total baldness'.' This microbe lives upon the minute fat'cellt which nourish the balr bulb or papilla. Thus, gradually the bulb loses Its productive energy, the for mation of new horny substance end, the connection of the hair with the hair bulb is broken, and but a slight pull rauues it to fall out. If the parasite which stealu the nourishment from the hair bulb is destroyed the fat cells arc permitted to resume their normal functions and the hair continues to grow. Kcrond's Hair Grower with its powerful penetrative properties de btroyu the parasite feeding upon tho fat cells, thus giving the hair bulb lt proper nourishment and effectu ally preventing the further lose of hair, as well aa stimulating tta growth. But how, you auk, can Verond's Hair Grower produce new hair after the bulb of papilla which creates the hair has been permitted to beenmo btcrllc? Here la where tho Ingredients uhleh enter into the coropobition of Terond's Hair Grdwer aabert their marvelous effect. ! artificially creating the proper oily iiourisflmeuf at the b'ie of the follicle, the jw pila i-i refertilUcd and creates a new hair growth. It is generally known that at cer tain nerlods of the year even ' a healthy scalp will lour some hair, thetx hairs being pushed out of their follicles by the new hairs growing from the came bulb or papilla. This proves conelublvcly that the bulb is capable of producing more than one hair, and that so long as the proper nourishment penetrates the three layers of rcetp tissue and feads the bulb it will produce new hair, which In time attains fall growth. Dandruff, alopecia areata, eczema and Other tcalp troubles are the menacing forerunners of total bald ness. Fcrouo a win remcay tnesp troubles. If applied faithfully and cor rectly. t ; aba recommend Tcrond's Ha'r Grower to those men and women who are dally gazing ruefully at the hairs clinging to their combs and brushes and watch with dismay the gradually widening area of scalp and the steadily diminishing number of hairs, whobe loss they can HI afford. To you I can only say: Give Ferond's Hair Grower a chance to save your hair. It has made good with thou sandsIt must make good wilh you. Adr. An Bald "JUST UUB IT ON" Ferond s Hair Grower can be bought wherever good drugs are sold, at $1.50 and$2.5oa bottle. Parcel Post 10c Extra nSBaaaaaajsaaaaaaaaaSBTib' t Open Letter to the - Headed Men of New York XJUGE sums have been spent in endowing colleges, scien tific institutions and laboratories. Trust, funds of untold millions have been created all for the advancement of science; for the abolishment of the word "impossible;" for the purpose of aiding the men of science to make the dream of to-day become the reality of to-morrow. No decade in history has shown such a stupendous advance in the powers of man as the ten years just past. Man has definitely conquered gravitation with the aeroplane; annulled distances with the wireless; plumbed the depths of the seas with the sub marine; harnessed the terrible thunderbolts of heaven to meekly serve his every day needs. 1 nese acnievements sible" was but an impostor. Is it then too much to ask you to believe that I, too, after infinite toil and years of perseverance, have also achieved the seemingly impossible? , Jules Ferond, am the discoverer of a substance that prevents baldness and thor oughly eliminates conditions which tend toward impoverishing the. scalp. Further more, no matter how long the condition of baldness has existed, Ferond s Hair Grower will regrow hair. I ask every man and woman who reads this to cast aside their armor of skepticism and at least give me an opportunity to prove that I can re-fertilize the scalp, no matter how hopeless the condition might seem. I will pay any one one hundred times the amount expended if it can be proven that Ferond1 s Hair Grower does not produce new hair on the scalp within a reasonable length of time. JULES FEROND CO., Inc. 126 West 23rd Street New York FEROND'S (M1LNSHAW) HAIR GPOWEP were tne rruit of tne toil or men wno knew :. tnat tne word impos President f 6 i , !