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IPurltyThe source of COTTOLENE is in striking contrast to the source of lard. lard is made from kog-fat—and COTTOLENE from pare, refined cotton seed ofl. Lard contains animal fat possible impurities; COTTOLENE is essi tiallya vegetable product; and is pure, wholesome and healthful. g- PalMtablon&ms—COTTOLENE makes more palatable food than lard. It makes food rich, crisp and flaky and at the same time free from that “greasy” taste of lard-soaked food. 3— Digs»tlbllity —Hog lard food is greasy and indigestible; COT TOLENE food is easily digested and will agree with the most deli cate stomach, as COTTOLENE contains not an ounce of hog-fat. 4 tMtosnfflUWir T —* cones in bulk and insecurely sealed tins, which permit its coming in contact with dirt, dust and con , taminating odors. COTTOLENE is sold only in pails with a patent air-tight top which protects it from the air, dirt and odor and insures it reading the consumer fresh and wholesome. - JEioaMMMnJf—COTTOLENE being purer than lard or other shortenings, one-third less is required. THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, Chicago Why you should use A CHRISTMAS STORE An accepted gift must be useful last ing and pleasing in appearance Our store is filled with just such happy thoughts. For gift giving—appropriate gifts for young or old—Furniture for Parlor, Library, Music Room and every room in the house. Sensible gifts of this character imply thought in the giver and are doubly appreciated. Come to our store and walk through the different departments at your leisure This large Golden Oak Rocker with Cobler Sefit, Highly Polished For $2.20 MAIL ORDERS OUR SPECIAL DELIGHT Frank Tennille Furniture Co. SAVE YOUR STERLINfi SILVER For Formal Occasions Community Silver. Looks as well, wears almost as long and is much less expensive. The “Flower-de-Luce’’ and “Avalon” Designs are admirable Creations. Greatest Values, but Moderate Prices. Teague & Sons, 130-132-134 Commerce Sl Telephone 199. -mm Florida and Cuba VIA. Atlantic Coast Line, Winter Tourist Tickets new on sale I«v. Montgomery .7:4f>pra 6:50am Ar. Jacksonville.8:4"iirn 8:40pm Ar. Savannah .9:40am 9:45pm Pullman Bleeping: Cars to Savannah and Jacksonville on 7:45 pin train. Buffet Chair Car on day train. Full information furnished upon applica tion to S. T. BURK ATT, T E. MYERS. Union Ticket Agent 1 T. y. A., Exchange Hotel Bldg.. BUY DIXIE COAL Office H8 W. Perry Phone 627 THE PICKWICK. Ladies* Restaurant. 101 Commerce St. Corner of Bibb. Bar and Cafe 103 Commerce St. Fine Service and Cuisine. FRED RlDOLPhi, : ; Proprietor. 1 ALL PRICKS ADVANCE. Run A Co. Say Prosperity i mi*t* Add ed Eii)»DMC New York. Dec. 6.—Figures giving the average cost of living as of De cember 1, compiled by R. G. Dun & Co., sliow that thore has been a mar ket advance in price as compared with November 1. when it reached a high water mark. In the lapse of one month the < ost of living has advanced trom $106.63 to $108.17, reached on December 1. The cost of commodities is the highest since February, 1881. In discussing tRe subject the trade authority says the rise in prices is "fairly representative of the greater demand that lias followed increased prosperity throughout the nation and because of the advance In wages which have lifted the purchasing power of the people above all previofls records in this, or in any other nation. Wymthani Will Retire. Don don. Dec. 6—A London dispatch published here, reports that Charles | Wyndham, presiding at the annual din ner ot the Actors BenevAlent Fund. An nounced his early retirement from tno stage. 'It is in the very nature ot tilings," lie said. "that a short time lienee will see my withdrawal trorn the carter to which 1 have devoted so many happy years.’ I A NEW BALL LEAGUE SELMA PEOPLE FIGURING WITH KNOXVILLE MAN. The Proposed Circuit Will Contain In Addition to Named Tiwm. ChBt Rome, Hnutevllle ■ml AbuImIob. Advertiser Bureau. Selma. Dee. 8. It now begin* to look as If the pro posed Alabama-Tennessee Baseball League will be a go and that when the baseball season opens next spring that the letigue will be ready for business. Lem Bailey of Selma and F. H. Mof fett of Knoxville, Tenn., have been working upon the forming of the league for several weeks and things are now getting in such shape that they believe that they can see daylight If organised, the league will be a six-club one, and will be organised somewhat after the organisation of the Southern League. It will be formed of cities which have not had baseball for several years, and there seems to be lltle doubt but that the game will be liberally patronized In all of the cities in which It is proposed to place a club. To a certain extent, the cir cuit will also be a compact one, and there will be no long Jumps for the clubs to make. With the right kind of encourage ment, It Is proposed to form tho league with clubs in t'hattannpga and Knox ville. Rome, Huntsville. Anniston and Selma. In all six of these cities there Is great interest taken In the game, and the forming of the league would develop considerable more Interest. Chattanooga and Knoxville, the two biggest towns of the circuit, have been wanting organized baseball for several years. TNey haV« had no club for a long while and considerable Interest Is being taken In the organization of the league in those cities. In a leter which Bailey received from MolTott a few days ago the latter stated that Chattanooga, Knoxville, Home and Huntsville could be counted upon as going Into the league If It was formed. Selma can also be counted upon, and the neoessarty money to finance a club could be raised within a very short time. This leaves but one city, Anlston, In doubt. Whether that city would want a franchise In the league Is not known, but a club there would break a long jump between Sel ma and R9me. If Anniston will not go in the organization. It Is thought that there will be no trouble in putting In a club In another North Alabama city. Both Bailey and'Moflfet feel sure that the new league will be organized %hd will be ready for business when the baseball season opens up. They are working hard upon the project and a meeting may be called within the next few weeks, when a permanent organi zation will be formed. Warrant Was Amended. In police court this morning, the case against Arthur Banks was heard. Banks Is the negro who. one night about two weeks ago. is alleged to have cut another negro named Lee Jackson, In front of* the negro pool room in Hogan's Allfg. between Broad and Washington Streets. The warrant ugatnst Banks charged jhlm with as sault with intent to murdef. but after all of the testimony had been Intro duced, the attorney for the defendant argued that the State had not proven Its case, Inasmuch as it had failed to show whether tho knife with which the wound had been indicted was a lethal weapon. The warrant was then amended to the chargo of assault and batery and Banks was fined 125 or dfty days upon the streets. Lee Jackson had also been arrested upon a warrant sworn out by Banks for assault and betery, but the evidence submitted that Banks had been the aggressor and the case against him was dismissed. In the court there was also tried a case against a negro doman named Lucy McCann. The woman had been employed by a white" family and had only been working around the house for fifteen minutes when she stole a skirt, shlrst waist and a pair of gold spectacles. She was fined $45 or nine ty days on the streets. Fire la Kllchea. An alarm called the lire department to the residence of E. T. Kincey on West Water Street at 7 o'clock. The fire was caused from the kitchen flue but the department extinguished the flame before much damage had been accomplished. Abbott Rifle*’ Dance. One of the most successful and en joyable social functions of this season took place on last evening: at the Elks' Home, when the Abbott Rifles delight full yentertained a large number of friends at their fourth annual bail. The dancing hall was appropriately deco rated for the occasion with red, white and blue bunting. In front of the stage where the orchestra was sta tioned were artistically draped three handsome large flags, the pride of the company, being won by their excellent drilling. A beautiful friendship exists between the Abbott Rifles and the Montgomery Greys, and on last evening all aattention and admiration was at tracted to the ar mclusters of exquisite American Beauty roses sent with the compliments of the latter named com pany to the Abbott Rifles’ sponsor and maids of honor. Misses Carrie Wilkins, Genevieve .Smith and Anna Mary Du Bose. Dancing began about 9:30 o’clock with a inarch skillfully led by Mr. Ben Howard, First Lieutenant of the com pany, with Miss Bertha Slatter as his partner. Many unique military ligurcs were led. During the evening deli cious punch was served. Serial and I'cruOnnl. The following nvitatlon has been issued: “Mr. and Mrs. William Ran dolph Nelson will give <n marriage their daughter, Octavia LeVort, to Mr. James Can oil. Long, on the evening of Wednesday, the nineteenth of Decem ber, at nine o'clock. Calnt Raul’s Epis copal Church. Selma. Alabama. The honor of your presence is requested.” Misses Myra end Lucy Monk will be "At Home" to a number of friends on tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock. Brady Steele of Birmingham spent yesterday here with friends. Miss Elise Jones has gone to Blrm 'ngham for a short stay. Miss Mamie Chambers has returned ORANDPllZE (The highest honor) Awarded to Flavoring Extracts At the ST. LOUIS EXPOSITION. | For eale by alt representative grocery ] to her home In Gastonberg after spend* In* a few days here with frlenda. Leo Krauss left last night for Mo bile to attend court Superintendent J. H .Stanfll of the Mobile division of the Southern, spent today in Birmingham. Mr. amf Mrs. S. T. Whitfield and Mrs!! Moss of Unlontown spent today in Selma. Major D. M. Scott returned to the city after a business trip to South Ala bama. Malaria Makes Pale Blood. The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic, drives out malaria and bullda up the system. Sold by all dealer! for 27 years. Price so cente —frl FINANCIAL coffee loan. Nest York Firms Making Arrange ments For Hramll. New York, Dec. g—New York coifs# houses, among them, Arbuckle Broth ers and Crossman and Sielcken, aro making arrangements to finance a sec ond part of a Brlzillan coffee valoriza tion loan. The loan will be floated early In January and will amount to $15,000,000, ol which the New York houses will take a third, the remainder will be ta ken principally, as was the case with the other oan, by coffee ouses In Havre and Hamburg The valorization plan calls for loans aggregating $70,000,000. The first loan was for $20,000,000. It Is the object of the valorization plan to take so much of the crop as will bring the market price up to the lovel of printable production. PILES CURED IN • TO 14 DAYS PAkO OINTMENT is guaranteed to sure any case of I telling. Blind. Bleeding or Protruding Pllee In 6 to 15 days or money refunded. 60c. t-mo-wed-frl PREPARES PETITION. Patrick Said to Hnve Consented to Ask for Clemency. New York. Dec. 6.—It was stated here last night that Albert T. Patrick, who is under sentence of death in Sing Sing prison for ttye murder of William M. Rice, the Tevas capitalist, had se cretely prepared an application to Gov ernor Higgins for a pardon. According to reports Patrick turned from his attitude of resolute refusal to seek mercy only after pleading by his wife and other relatives. Patrick himself Is said to have drawn up the application, which Analyzes his entire case. LAUGH AND GROW FAT, The Advertiser next Sunday will have for its readers articles by Mr. Dooley and George Ade. That ojught to please everybody. s EDNA MeCLURR WEDS. Chorus Girl Witness In Harry Thnw Case a Bride. New York, Dec. 6.—It was learned today that Miss Edna McClure, an ac tress. and friend of Evelyn Nesblt Thaw, married last Saturday to Jack Richardson, of Goldfield, Nevada. The couple left later for the west. After the shooting of Standford White by Harry, K. Thaw last June. Miss McClure was subpoenaed by Dis trict Attorney Jerome and is supposed to have given him important informa tion bearing upon the tragedy. DO NOT DOSE THE STOMACH Cure Catarrh by Hperlhlng Hyomel. Sold Coder Ujuaruutee. The onfy scientific end common sense way to treat catarrh of the nose and throat Is by a local application that will kill the catarrhal germs. Ordinary stomach dosing is worse than useless. Taking medicine Into the stomach to cure catarrh of the head can have po good effect, and of ten leads to serious derangement of the digestive organs. By breathing Hyomel three or four times daily through the neat pocket In haler that comes with every outfit. Its midlcated, healing air penetrates to the most remote parts of the nose, throat, and lungs, searches out ana kills all catarrhal germs, and soothes and heals any Irritation In the mucous membrane. E. O. Fowler's faith in the wonderful merit of Hyomel as a cure for catarrh Is shown by the guarantee ne gives with every Hyomel outfit that the money will be refunded unless the treatment gives satisfaction. A complete Hyomel outfit, consisting of a pjeket inhaler, a bottle of Hyomel and a medicine dropper, costs but fl, <xtra bottles of Hyomel, If needed, 50 cents. Mr. Fowler gives his personal guarantee to refund the money if Hy omei does not relieve, so that you run no risk at all In buying this reliable remedy. (•> Delightful Sea Trips the Year Round Southern Pacific Passenger Steamships Between NEW ORLEANS and NEW YORK Weekly service from both ports. The Ideal Trip Summer and TV inter 8 PEED—COMTOBT—SAFETY. Ask nearest ticket agent t* route to New Orleans or New York by rail, and thence Southern Pacific steamers- returning to starting point by rail. Inquire lt4 Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga. 227 St. Charles St., New Orleans. La. —5-tu-fri Centra! of Georgia Railway Arrival and departure of trains Union Pas senger Station. Montgomery. Ala. Effect ive Sept. 16. 1606. * ’• Meridian time. DEPARTURES. For Union Springs. Troy, Andalusia, Eufaula. Oaark. Americus, Alba ny. Columbus. Macon. Andalusia 4:46pm For Union Springs. Troy. Andalusia. Eufaula. Fort Gaines. Dawson, Americus. Albany. Columbus and Macon ..loam ARRIVALS. From Savannah. Augusta. Macon, Columbus, Albany. Ann icu*. Ozark. Eufaula. Andaluala. Troy and Union Springs.• .11:10am From savannah. Augusta, Macon. Columbus. Albany. Americus. Dawson Fort Gaines, Eufaula. r Andalusia, . Troy and *nlon | Spriug*.8:0pm | ALL TRAINS IJAII.V. For further information write or apply lo R C. Brooke. Commercial Aeent. 102 Mont gomery Street; S. T. Suratt, D. T. A.. Mont gomery. Ala _ Uketfuie Effective I i) l !£06 No. « Ly. Montgomery.10:S6 a.m. Ar. fit. Lout*.1:67 a.m. No. S Ly. 8t. Louie...6:16 P m. Ar. Montgomery.6*20 p m. P. fi HAY. S. B. p. A.. 20 Commerce Street, Montgomery, Ala. man wants an overcoat that he can flip into easily; that balances perfectly; that doesn’t drag upon him like a dead weight; that doesn’t im pede his steps when he walks. All these points mean right overcoat \\\\\\\\W construction. No one seems to understand it as well as the vKirsch baum’s. Their con cern is known as the greatest overcoat house in America. They are specialists in fine over coat building and you should by all means try on a Kirschbaum over coat the first chance you get. Ask for ICirschbaum Clothes (Warranted) Good Stores Every where, $12 to $30. For sale in Montgomery by ALEX RICE Exclusively European. V Absolutely Fireproo N e w Exchange Hotel Montgomery, Ala. Is now open to the public in all departments. First class Restaurant. Bar supplied with the best wines and liquors. Handsomely fitted Barber Shop, Billiard and Pool Room.' « After \he play, go to the Exchange Restaurant. Open till midnight. J. eS HICKEY HOTEL CO, Proprietors. SciiaMi it Ellen Novamlw I, 1913 fcitOiiiAU Ai.ub \Jk 0 .>«■ j/&m VAHALiiti Ok ALL liiAL\b AX UNION .STATION MONTGOMERY. ATABAMA. RJBAD DOWN._ i .so. a . irtU- l.| CEMKAL bTANDAKD TIMiC. KJSAD UP. I No - . uN'i. > . ...| <;4upiia;«i>jMLv. . b:4opi 2.2opiDv.. 3:0Oyl »J80p|Dv.. .. am ago .fit. u*\u».. . Ev*U4 .lll« I At.i *.80*, o-loVi •Ar.l Af.| 2 z .lupi • • • l:u5a) 8:15*|,.. 12:.45a b:45 a. lo»y b .‘JvpiA.* . . 9:30pDv . Z :25a|Dv. 5:57#Lv.. No. 13 «:i6p 7 :UUd| 9:50a| 7 :2&p|l 1 :Oo*|Ar Nu.SflNu. 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IU :oop|ll:5 oai 7:vo*|. y | MONTGOMJEK t A.\ 1> WKTCJMPKA T.I.(Dv.Montgomery .. .. Ar. i\.I.»Ar._» ._Wotuju pka.Dv, AND Dv.|12 :40a| 1:38p|ll :30a|ll :40p __ - -Dv-1 8:15pj 3j25a| 4 :25*| T:uup L. No. «•. No. 48. No. 70. i RA1 rVlDDU. Ex. Suu. Ex. Hat. bat.oaly • Dv..| 8:5oaj 4:35pi 5:*5p Ar.[.fio;20*[ 5:aopl I Ex. bum Dali*. iiH AGEVIDDJC. .Montgomery .. . Georgian* .. .. . . . Anda luma .. .. .. .Gen«va .. .. . .Grace .111* .. .. . Ar. . .Ar. .. Ar. .. Ar. . .Dv. (No. 28.|NO. t»4. 10:30a 0:00* 8:30a 7 :0Ca 5:10a 4:10* 2:20* . . 11:iup . . 7;20p . . C : <>0p . . 9:05a 7:45* 7 :00p *:50p i. kCUIt l.^ulua UiUiUk •*.« «** UttW4 1 and t UcUtfi-n n.*u*iMi»iUat ~uu .\tW Or* UtMtJ. i.t-ua nou ami UUwaiamif uiso on littili* J ana o Ueiweew &UU Nu-JiviUe. service a la carte. New and handsome cnalr car* (seat* free) operated on ua*n-» ) and- 4 between Cincinnati und New Orleans. High baclc •eat coaches and chair cats are u!vo run on all through train* between Cincinnati, Louisville. St. Louie. Evuujtilie. Memphis, Nufchvilh' and New Orleans. Train No 1 carries through Pullmans frllU Chicago, Cincinnati to New Orleans, also through Pullman Now York to New Truitt No 3 carries- through Pullmans from Cincinnati and New York to New Or leans. Also through day coach and sleep er between St. Lout* and Montgomery, and also through TmiM.* sleenars to flan Fran iuoouu}, \\ tauuaa^ ana auiuiuu> via i\eo uuu t»oaku«iii P acute. i'raiU No. « CttUiift* IhiuUliU I'umilMJ from .New Orleans kw ,\*w York ana Ciu iii.nat! and Jucksou ville to St- <LouH. muk* mg connection at Nashville with titrougU aioeper to Chicago. Train No. 4 carries through Pullman sleepers from New Orleans to New York. Cincinnati, Chicago r.nd through day coach and sleeper Montgomery to Bt. Louis. All through flay * trains : »aku « lose nection at Cincinnati, Evansville. St. Lom« and New Orleans for all point's. N-.-tig south. East and West. * For further Information pertaining totes, routes and schedules, consult agents L. & N. R. R . or write or cai! o« C. t*. Wolff. Traveling Fasb-tger Agent. Union Station, Montgomery. Ala. ’Phoa# 354- •'