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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL SUNDAY, JANUARY 7, 1912. FIVE Lace by the Piece M .te W Embroidery RemnantsR:M, In preparing for Inventory we foiuict Hfwnil closen plwpw of pretty laoe In lengths of 6. 9 or 12 yards. Tliewe we "" clean no before stock taking:. Take your lelt of the lot while tliey . last. HALF PRICE A before inventory clean-up of all short1 ends of Hamburg and Swiss Edgings and Insertions. Every piece that could possi bly be designated- a "remnant" has been thrown into this lot at exactly half price. WHERE QUALITY COUNTS 1 1 RADICAL REDUCTIONS for Quick Clearance of WOMEN'S LINEN REMNANTS Table MtioiM odd lots of Nap kins at greatly reduced prices. E7 E?lTD E7 J Jl 7117 lT HTf iO V is essentially a period of quick-step selling because there is in LJi Kjr&XJu liV V JOjI V kJ M , v.ariaby an accumulation of odd lots, broken sfces and certain I linoc of rirmonte l h rltevrml ininnrl TUI .,... iu .i.t. in 1 1 vi yuiiiiuiud iw uv uiouuiKiiiucu. 1 1 mo year IIIC MUlt". l heavier than usual which necessitates an unusual effort to effect a hurry-out sale in order to be in "ship shape" for our annual inven- trtru lnct nrttn tho nnnari-icitvi 1U ...Ua Ue kino nnnoll In iLa.. ..J. ..x: "READY-TO-WEAR" $4.38 $2.98 FOR DKF.KS " Vm DUKSS. SKIRTS SKIRTS Formerly sold up to $8.50. Formerly (told up to 6.50. High grade skirts In the The new-narrow styles In newest models In this lot. eluded nearly every skirt Mostly panamas, Berges material and color that Is and fancy mixtures. All at all desirable is embrac the new colorings and a ed in the lot. A truly full range of sli.es to select wonder-bargain, but the from. Kvery skirt a rare number is limited, Better bantam. buy early. SEVK.N OTIIKIt lAITS OF SKIRTS. $3.4H $(1.98 $t.8 .. I...H $17.H 19.08. , --- " "vwwvvuwvWM Ul I Ml IU UMU VIIVI V VI I VWl M IIMI I J VMl M V III VI Uvl iV MV II I tory. Just note the generosity of the man who used the blue pencil in making these price reductions: DRESS GOObS REMNANTS Tiiui.r. ItU. LOTS Alio yd., yd., Ho yd. $7.98 ITMt TAIM)Hi:i SUITS Formerly sold up ti $15.00 An excellent assortment of this lot, all neat, desirable garments In the season's favored fabrics und color inns. Any suit bought from this lot will be an ex ceptional bargain. As the number Is limited we would adVise an early selection. $10.98 FOH TAIIiOltKl) ' SUITS 0 Formerly sold up to $20.00 Probably the "Star Lot" of the sale, in point of num ber of milts comprised. Materials are serges, nov elty mixtures and other popular weaves, in all col ors. All finely tailored, handsome garments. Nee window displuy for this, lot. TWO OTIIFR SI'l.i:M)ll LOTS of si-its. Vainer up &4( OQ )h S:1- - Cin AO to $:o.io . . . . .P I if JO Valu.s iip -9 I JiJO WOMF.N'S WIXTFR COATS Values up to $ I8.R0. $10.98 An extra spei'ial value, this fine lot of coats, em bracing the stylish models that are so popular ibis season. Materials anil col orings ore the correct thing. All am splendidly tailored, excellent fitting garments. SF.K W IV now WSl'I.AY OF THIS .OT. $ 1 3.98 r-r-r ', ; J j-ji H)R TAIIiOHFI SUITS Formerly sold up to $2.".n0 Very stylish and very fine are the suits in this lot. Kvery garment an A No. 1 value at the regular sell ing price. Mannish mix tures, novelty serges, che viots and other much wanted weaves In all col ors. Strictly tailored or trimmed effects. $15.98 Hilt T.IMltF.I SUITS Formerly sold up to $27. .M) Another lot of hlRh class suits at a small price. An extensive assortment of the ntost fashionable styles in the best of materials and most popular colorings. The finest of workman ship a feature of every suit in the lot. Ol It FIXFST TIIX)Iti:i il I1. SI ITS. Values up CO) Q0 II aluc up to $10.00 . . . . pjIf O t H..1 $27.50 FtR CltAVKNKTTI'.. COATS Forniry sold up to $10. Women's genuine crave nette. mohair, silk or wool covert ralu coats. Unite il broad assortment of these, embracing val ues up to ll).no. An un usual opportunity tomaKe a big saving on a, much needed garment. $1.98 nut i nii.iiti: COATS Formerly sold up to $0.50 Mixtures, Kerseys and diagonal cloths In red, blue and gray. Slues 8, to and 12 years. These are exceptional bargain. ... ( lillilrvn'H Italii oatx. Hubberlxi'd Mohair ma terlnls, in brown and blue. Sizes 8 to 4. Clear ance price $lK fOTTOX It KMX A NTS Ult KATI.V RKIU 111). Heveral large tables loaded with cotton goods of nil descriptions and lengths. Specially uudcrprlced. Qstlfc cs-f I InrlprmilQIina PnnnnilPa (f Later shipments have been added to our more than complete stock of Undergarments for Women and Children, and the Corset Covers Drawers prices are unquestionably o wer than ever before. Women 's Night Gowns Worn en 's Petticoats Combinations with 4-Inch embroidery trimming. "He for White Petticoats of t'nmbrlc. Lace and Swl.ia dainty embroidery trimmed. trimmed, from. i Six styles to select 78p for Corset Covers of fine Long , Cloth, with wide linen lace, yap for Drawers of fine Lon Cloth, cluny pattern; others hand em- Wth rufrieg of Swiss e,mbroid- broldered or trimmed with fine ; pry and insertion, others with embroidery.- llnen iace edge. Other lAtfl at 98c, $1.39 ami upward. Oliver lots at 98c, $1.39 and upward. materials are long cloth, cambric or muslin. Hubbard style yokes with V or high necks: slip-overs, with square or round neck; trimmed with laces or embroidery. . insertion, with flounced, from. ItHc for While Petticoats, cluster tucks and Nainsook, embroidery flounce. Six styles to select from. I.I9 for White Petticoats of fine Cambric, with as sorted patterns of embroidery. Six styles to i. . select from, $i.!l9 iVr White Petticoats, flounce of all-over em broidery or narow embroidery and Insertion. . Six styles to select from. In 1, combination lace or em broidery trimmed, also made of crepe. made with Wide embroidery women,. Night (Towns of good duality mus- .o for Women's Pcllleoals, Willi plain ruffle or em- 08o for Combination Corset Cover and - ' - trimmings. Twenty styles to He. ' v "r mlK .mioo.co. Prawer or skirt, also l.eona, 3 25c for Corset Covers, made of Cam- Pc.,.t r,.0, nd values run to for Night tlowns of long cloth or muslins, high c"r Women's Petticoats of Cam brie or Muslin one nnu jAng .:ioiu, emnor- 75,, K1, h. neck, V neck or slip-over style. utely trimmed with laces, luce ' finish In arm holes. Ten styles 'W "r Women's Prawers, of good .Mlc fur Night downs of Ion wclotb, slip-over style, to select from. Uality muslin, cluster tucks with one-piece sleeves, Val lace beadliiK with and ruffles, others embroidery ribbon, also with embroidered yokes. 39c for Corset Covers of Long Cloth trimmed. Six styles to uelect " or Cambric, trimmings of lin- from. for i,m cloth Night Gowns, with round or en, laces or embroidery. square neck, slip-over styles or high neck 'a,. ,.. - Tn80c fr Drawprs- tne "tralBht styles with yoke of all-over embroiderv. 59c for Corset Covers of fine Lomr or circular cut, with tucked Cloth, hand embroidered or flounce, lace or embroiderv 8c for Women's Night Clowns, choice of ten styles: Children's Undermuslins We carry the host and nn'st com plete line of Infants' nml ihililicn'n Four styles to select " unislln uiiib.rweii r In tint cllu In both $1.30 for Combination Corset Cover fine and Prawer or Skirt, also La lIuln' lu,e "ml embroidery trimmed, drecquy and I'ima, 3 In 1, consisting of druwera,' nl(lt guwns, combluutlon lace or embroid ery trimmed. Our entire stock has been lot number- Si. 98 for Combination of fine Long cloth, lace dimmed cover and slashed drawer, tu La (irecque lit I, 12 or l.eona, 3 In 1, made also In petticoats, with hands or white waists. er for easy choosing us follows: l ol I. lit 7, Other Lois at $l.ll, l.3, $l.8, $1.98, $3.25 Other Lots nl $l.8. $1.98, $2.25, $2.98, $3.98, B1.98 cotton crepe. Lot 2, Illc l ot 5, lite Lot 8, 98e and iipnard. nml upuanl. Oilier lots nl $2.25, $'i.8 nml upward. lt 3,29c !...(, .Mtc l ot . $1.2. 1Z 7 Society INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS, The local branch, of the Grand In ternational Auxiliary to the Brother hood of Locomotive Kngineers. held their annual installation of officers. Wednesday afternoon at A. O. U. W. hall. Mrs. 3. H.' Fcnner, past president, was the Installing; officer and the cere monies under her capable direction were well curried out. The officers installed "wore, Mrs1. C. L. Van Eaton, president; Mrs. J. H. llolman. vice, president; Mrs. J. A. lioush, secretary; Mrs. Parley Pang horn, treasurer; Mrs. E. W. Manning;, chaplain; Mrs. Sydney Ho'ckott, guide; and Mrs. John Howman, sentinel. Following the Installation, an ela borate turkey dinner was served, to which the husbands and families of the G. I. A. ladles were Invited. v SOCIETIES AND CLIBS. Mrs. J. J. Runyan, director of the Woman's Bible class, which meets each Monday in the Y. V. C. A. parlors, had as her theme at the lust gathering "ine spirit rinea j.tte," a subject states, and plan a trip to Australia luter. They are under the management of the Pavls Lyceum bureau of Chicago. Mrs. Ada Morley of Patil, N. M., Is visiting in the city after a several months visit In California and a few weeks spent at Gallup. N. M. Mrs. Roy Stevenson and children returned to their home In Mountulnalr, yesterday, after spending the holidays with Mrs. T. I. Butts. Miss Grace Caldwell, who spent the Holidays with her mother. Mrs. M. I Caldwell, returned early last week to MHgstnrr, where she Is a teacher In the Normal college. . Mrs. W. P. aillnwa'ter of Boise. Idaho, is in the city, the guest of her son, w. II. Glllenwater, the well known banker. Miss Hazel Rogers who has been studying music in San Francisco, Calif., returned home during the week. Mrs. J. J. Hagermah. with her son. Former Governor Herbert J. Hager- man, are making a short stay in the ctiy en route home rrom the Pacific coast. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Brannon of Canadian, Texas, who have been visit ,,,,ln "a"u" l"'n" ing Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Strain, re- BrK?ehKr. 1 i.Ch?"en. k ,n V"' turned home during the week. Mrs Hrannon was formerly Miss Mildred Strain of this city. subject, being; quite Inspirational. Af terwards the class went In a body to the Woman's club reception. . The Ladles' Aid society of the First Methodist church will give a tea, next Thursday afternoon, January 11, at the home of Mrs. Joseph Whltesides, 621 8. Walter street. The ladles are Invited to bring their needlework and their husbands. Especially the latter, as the gentle men are cordially invited. Mrs. J. H. Wear was hostess to the members of the Christian Woman's Hoard of Mlmdons. Thursday after . noon, at the first meeting of the New ' Yeur. Appropriately "Thoughts for the New Year" made Intcrt-xting topic . matter for the day. A social hour anil refreshments followed the business sesMlons. The Woman' Missionary Clprln f ine r irst Knptist church met Thursday jatternoon with Mrs. Frank Means 417 North Seventh' street. Mrs. Means I was assisted )y Mm. George Abel and the time was whiled. delightfully, with Ian excellent program and a social inmir. The regular -meeting of Adah chan ter. No. t. order of the Kaatern Star ' WSJI held. iTrldAV evenlnir in lh Masonic Temple. The usiimI huxine I pleasant sfter-hour marked the ursi session of The ladles of the O A. It. hid their reguiMr meeting. Ktidav afternoon, at A. o. I. W. hail Following routine iisinesa traiiSHi tlons, a wh IsI hour s enjoyed l.y thoe members In al- leniiance. ""CI l, M Ml(lli. HUnih, t-Kiirrnrll rJinr4 the i'.rtriht i'p,-ri ai sv,ii Ar,t..i,i Terta Uiter ,tfrt of ilia Hrr aprudiiis (l,r h Uu r nl, tt.t pai. i.ia, Mr, a I.. I Hit H foil, (II, j Allrt t''i I...-I a i,, I i...i.,ii '' ii. nml ,..,,,,., Mlr i,, ' "" mi. i .i.i.i.a u,u ii FOUR HUNDRED CANS OF OPIUM SEIZED AT JUAREZ EI Paso, Tex., Jan. . Four hun dred cans of opium were captured and confiscated in Juareg tonight through the work of United States customs officials and the Juaret police. The opium was found In the Juarex express office, consigned to Chinamen from Collna. Mexico, and billed a drugs. Four boxes were opened an, found to contain opium. Ming u. another i hinaman, and a Mexican of Juarez, are under arrest In that city, and Frank Lee Is alsn under arrest In this city, in connec tion with the affair. The authorities believe they have the ringleaders in a big smuggling , heme that has been in progress for some time. l The Value of the Demonstration f Train from Educational Viewpoint i . Prize Essay On Santa Fe Demonstration Train-By Lora" Roberts, Amarillo, Texas, 'r4-M4'r'M''M- Advancement in railroading has been phenomenal. The Santa Ke dem onstration train, which was seen in Amarillo some time ago, gives us an excellent idea of the progress made during the last thirty years. It show ed the conveniences, the labor-Bavlng devices, enlargement of rolling stock, and improvements In appliances that make for greater safety, comfort and effectiveness. These are the result of thought. Invention, and experiment; they represent the labor and Intelli gence of many men, each contributing and each building upon the contribu tions of the others. Much of this country would he use less If there were no railroads. Only future history will reveal how much an enormous territory owes to the great Santa Fe system for its muterial development. But this railway's edu cational contribution, the train under discussion, cannot be estimated as to Its far-reaching Influence tor good. The company bore all the expense and trouble of furnishing, preparing, and exhibiting this train, not with an eye single to profit, but as a matter of puldic spirit to help and to instruct. Not only does this train Instruct, but It gives greater capacity for receiving knowledge; seeing the Santa Fe's Im provement and policies typified In It, we begin to understand the magnitude 1 of this railway's public service and In- trac k brilliantly for many rods ahead. we are glad to know that the Santa Fe sets the style, and glad of the op portunity to learn what the latest Is. It was educative to note the differ ence In cost, weight, size, capacity, and fitting, between the old and the new types of everything represented by this train and locomotives. The couches have many conveniences, of the modern type, and are made of steel for sufety and durability. The modern freight and stock cars are of large size and capacity, and have many ap pliances for convenient operating. The modern locomotive costs about six time, what the old one did. but the advantages gained In Increased power and ease of handling are In handsome proportion to the larger cost. Improvement In appliances has been even greater, proportionately, than In crease of size. Instead of the old-fashioned hand brake we now have the air brake. Formerly men went from car to car for a slow process of turn ing brakes by hand; now one man In any part of the train can apply every brake on that train Instantly, by pull Ingord or lever, and the braking Is done by the power of compressed air. This prevents accidents anil wrecks. Modern heavy rails, large ties, im proved danger signals and the pow erful electric headlight that lights th CHINO NOW OCCUPIES LEADING POSITION IN THE WORLD OF COPPER fluence for good. The system spends tnousands or dollars each year fur the good of its employes and natrons, and that the value of such things ix nut sp all take their part in safety and 'good service. The automatic knuckle coup ler Is n most notable Improvement over the edd link-and-pin kind. Santa Fe predated always as It annul,! be does appliance of every description today JAPANESE DENIED SOLACE OF DEATH Greeley, Colo.. Jan. . Prank Mu rata. convicted of having hilled K. Ibushl at I'latteville. Colo.. July 7. 1907, tonight after a new trial had been denied him, pleaded with th' court to sentence him to the a.illoaa rather than to rimn. as the Japan ese -onider cwif niefnent in irh..n more dishonorable than .leiri Ine court Ignored the plea and llnpoa.d a penalty of lomteen o l'M ,i in cue penitentiary. not deter the management In their continued el fort. The Santa Fe railway system great ly enhances the value of Its territory. i ne mines in mountains, the grain tields, the cattle lamia, the cotton and sugar plantations, the distant wvslern fruit belt, all respond to its touch; many of them would be practically profit leas were it not for the connect ing stead of "the Santa Fe all the way." Kotall Italll lit M ttcw. CuaulU, Moiclot. Mc-ib,,. Jan i - rr1, i.l ironpa ufiit'T ai l. in i ,,ii- I luria cli.l.xlf . , al .l i,k.,, a i.. I ii dp. ii, i.. n.r a leni in I.K II el. ,,, , c, l. ,,!, Il.lal,- al, I . ...1.1,1,1. ! fc,, 1 ! ,,. III. 4 l II..' line. Ii M (, l , ,... i'.l It I!,a4,.l J,. ,,U Broadly speaking, the demonstra tion train was an eilu.-ation In Itself. to the public. It tin. lonl. telly eauaed much afterthought. It made us think of I hu addition that have been made to Stephenson's first invention: of how Inaignificant even the locomotive of thirty years ago looks beside the huge Mallet machine of lll Ii cnu-.-.t ua to speculate as to how muc h the Santa re. the leading railroad of the oilL alll Improve in tli future yars. The education, the leading out of thought. In the inanimation of the ilemoiiairation train mil finally inuae I art h.r Invention ,,f uaeful a,,h.in ,-a bv persona linpiaed with vn ions f, a- turea. I'crbapa (he ambition of m.iiiy aaa aroiiM-.l. when iiimim una unnpi I In, u hi Mllliulalol. Hie little b oii,i,i i r of I i I ia hard ly li 1... , ii f a running iom- ariaoli Willi Hit hlalld liionrl, l a I,' ill I II. iii ant Uaiuir, a. pi Ha ana la, a. lb - ln,piral n ,.t t lliual lae l i a !. e 1,1 plot, I,, II,, .III.., II, .,1,11,, ,.,111,1, II,,. ! l.aali I ll.uili . .k o III li t .. il a alaik '..a,l I, II, r l , I, - .1..,,,. II, ,! k ,, t, a. II. il.. make for nilclv : but In-st of nil la the personnel of the employee, for tin y "get the safely habit." The service of the Santa Fe system Is among the lust of the world. There are modern eating houses. The trains are run on time. The employes are very considerate, and their "esprit de enrps" and lojally and efficiency re markable. The courtesy of those- in charge of the ili-iiionatnitioii train, with the public and many 'itiestions a an educative leaaem. but obaerva tlon since has Miown that this obtains on all Santa Fe trains. This gn-at ntcm. as wi ll as other The Chino Copper company, with its extensive mines at Sun I a Itltu and Immense reduction plant at Hurley, occupies a very prominent position in the copper world, a more important position possibly than those who have watched its development realize. The Chino is under the same man agement and Is a similar proposition to the Utah and Miami, the former being one of the steady dividend pro ducers of the country. Ths Silver City Independent says that a writer In a magailno of na tional repute places the Chino next In order of importance following the ac tual dividend paying mines, giving It preference over the Ray Consolidated and the Greene-Cannnea. This writer classifies copper mines Into three groups on the basis of the graife of or0 produced. These are; First, producers of native copper, which Includes the Calumet and Hecla and the mines of the Lake country; second, sulphide mines, In cluding those mines centered chiefly at Butte, Mont., and In Arlsona; third, the porphyry group, which in cludes the Utah, Chino, Inspiration and others. Speaking of this last group the writer says: "For many years It has been known that land In certain parts of this country contained a small per centage of copper, but until recentli It has never been thought possible economically to extract the metal, be cause only a very smatt portion of such ore can be obtained from a ton of material, chemists and metallur gists have gradually been perfecting the process and now great mountain sre being t'irn away with steam shovels and the- copper extracted. The theoretical production of such mines It; tremendous." That the development of these steam shovel propositions ha had a lowering tende-ncy on the copper market Is probably true, for with mining In the Jaka country becoming each year more and more expensive. and with some of the older mines al ready worked out. It Is only reason able to suppose that the development of vast new sources of the metal pne of the world's greutest sources of copper. STRIKE BREAKERS FIRED ON BY UNION MINERS port I.uplon, Colo., Jan. 6. Several shots Were fired In the vicinity of the A 1 1 1 1 1 ii coal mine, two miles west of here, this afternoon, following the ar rival of seven striker-breakers from Penvvr. No one was Injured, but In the excitement attending the attempt of the mine munager, J a men O'Neill, to escort the men a quarter of a mile to their iiuarters, rive of the strike breakers disappeared. Tile city mar shal's search for the men has been fruitless. A small frame dwelling which had been rented to house the strike breakers, was destroyed today by fire of mysterious origin. I'nlnn men as sert they have been unable to mske living wages since O'Neill took charge. City Fuiin Wate r Famine. Frultu, Colo., Jan. 5. This city Is facing a water famine as a result of the freezing of the mountain water system. Water Is being hauled from ,Ji,7pi'.r.iin. tne river In barrels and sold house tu house. f FB3. T. rlOPR.'NS. Proa.. 37 Crut Jonn Stnet lenTvi rAAAAAArVhAVSrVSVhAeVVV I II. e, ,,ua nil II H 'f1a.A7'"w - s iy lAUiril ekaMg Vla.C-8"-" i qjae.M4iKtMg; y MaUV43Sa ua duv mm m uaaavia eui -,o HMUVXVO 8OA90M3 'MCVWVVVVVVVVVVtV B. sT J BWB f via .6 a 1 tr. .-a 4 Skin of Beauty i a Joy Forever , T. FoIIm Oourtud't Orlontat Oram or M agio I Butif)r. tUfiiovft Tui, Pi mp lt xt'laie. ftr.tb l'-U'i, ftMil, Mid MtB ltFWa Yi " Dt"Ul)T. MtS tl yjj bMituvd lit imi oj f r"i suiaj la x havruiivM wi tMlrK tobtiurM i properly bfttttt, Arctpl Bu 00UDIk fftt u4 HID SIM rmnt. Dr. L. A. Hvr tkld to ft Uojr of tfae bAUl- teO fiftUrtit I t A lldlM miX vm ti'-tik I rtutiHiiifiid m &1 ferX d iktu nraimrMitiina " k r wU )v mil driii.ipla mttd I Mti'V frolI UutM 1mvi id Um I btna NUiA-.CwiAOft Mitf fcafuv-s. Makes your hair grow long, heavy and luxuriant and we can prove it American rall" a; ., will continue to j would keep the price from soaring as improve in the future. Organization la It undoubtedly woulil If the milling sounc of supply was seen to tie fall Ing. Get a 25 Cent Bottle Now and Forever Stop Falling Hair, Itching Scalp and Dandruff Hair Becomes Soft, Fluffy, Lus trous and Abundant After a Danderine Hair Cleanse la-ing Improved and details are being worked out every clay, to save- labor anil lime. More nille-a of trai k are be-, ing built, still I i tn r to s r.e srioua parts of Ho- country and make th- 111 more desirable ..r habitation. The el, inoti-l ret ion tcieln Kiiie lilil etle III Ihil anion aim had ne ver thought of the- matter eoul.l. U ebae 1 ing r 1 1 a of fic 1 ia ami 1 itu ii. al Ibe train, buiii the fi iKh 1.1.11,1 in III Ii Hie p. ,,.l. e.l AmalHIo hopt ll.ill l,t, .hi, 1 1 1 1 a v, the re. i,l.e , .end I lie- ao,il Mill and eo,ti tele lloli lalw,.i I hi. illy and Ho ,,i,.l th.it I,. 1. doio o mm Ii lor lor. n., I, Hiall'.li. ail. -. Ill III til 1 I. . I I,, 1,, .1 a I e. I poll, I -I I lie ll-illi . J . e I I , I lo el, 110,1 -I I 11 1(, Mali, a l I, ,i. Ill, a- I 111 , I' 1 , of i,e I, ,, l 1 1,11 ,i . I, If I. - I e . ll.r e a a' al l-'li ol . II. ,11:, .11 ,f a t-.ll ,, 1 I, up,, 1, II , I,-. I ,i.ill I I l-oeall I, ill. a ll II. I ' l,i I. 1 II. ' -I I I o, I , . e 1 Am the years have none on the deep mining as practiced In the Ijifce rountry has nn more and mr diltli ult. Mma people believe thai the day of l-aki- mlnlns la over. As e. id. m e f Una n,.iny of th sloe kt have deeliiod greatly In price. Tarn r.o a. on. a worn, Hl a abare. la flow Wollll alaiul l.'S. I. Veil th real Calumet and lie, la wbnli cm e e.. ..r II, nun a tliarr la tela aellliiet l,.i about tlii It will leinatii t-e Iba aw I ph i,e mil e. m4 lie aiasm ali'ivel l. ponl,.. I , ai.pplt Hit oil. I Kiiti i.ii-r II la 1 h a-l.g let a 1., a lli.l l.l.l.C foul, tit I. I, ,1,1 I i.lle,l lllvr e, tail, ,1 11, anal n .... fa at.-t M is II" I fc.1.1 .-,, - I I I,, 4, .t,- IL. I II H e i, i I .1 ..1 il ia 1 a ,. I rjcder!ne ! to the hail wlist freh tbowrrt of 1 jin anil tniiuliine are tu vrgrtation. It f.nrt lit'ht to the rooM, iminnmri and ttrrnethmi tlirtn. It. mhibratm, stimula ting and Itfr-piialuciug proicrtie raiit tlie Iibii In grow alHindanlly 4'ini;, strong and la-auiilul. It at onre impani a tpalltlaie btilli.ncy and vrlvrty lolinru t-e the luit, and a Ir-s wrekt uve will rane new hair to tproui all over the tc alp. I it eve ry day lor a tlmrt tune, after wiiiih Imi or three tuner, s week will he suffic ient to complete wiiatrvrr growth you drsur. IminrilMtrlv aftrr api-lving a little ljn llrti.ier all eiaiidlutf Mill eli,appc-jt, ai ifi Itine of the j!p anil rrat and titrir ttul lc no Hiote loute 01 laliai lean If )ou Wlh let doublr llir lwe,ily eef f,Htr l.ja in Ii ft in, mile e tun ly ,y tho lieu ti 11 I t ell tank s Imlr I l.i,.te in r and d ia II l.lel,,l! int-euli I'.ii. tai-u-t fttf .1,, I ei.i,I al s lour, lint Mill 1 !,. r 11. r ,.l of tie,!, d it or ary r.ti.f t, I In a I. -teee eeiet-ill . tetetl lir laii l fat, M lit af"t lNti..i.iJ ae,-t f 4 , .11 I,.. 011, 1 .1.1 ,t M'tl it 1, 1 iff aid I.. i.,i." r, II. 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