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THE ALBUQUERQUE UOZIXIQ JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1912.
not greatly different from previous daya there were ninny Incident that brought tuWUe tv hU xfiFH h faces of others who hcurd him. The president himself created amusement for hi hearers at Akron when ha took up hla discussion of the Ijuiiti and made his usual reference to Mr. Roosevelt's relations with them "I did not see Mr. Roosevelt set out hi elephant gun and get after any horses," the president said. "I may bo puzsla wltted," ha said at Canton. "That la a (juration that you cannot discuss any more than you can discuss whether you are goon look in or not. Hut whether I am p't sla wltted or not. I know the differ ence between truth and fiction, I know what a square deal la, and I know that he (loo not resemble Abra ham Lincoln In any reaped." At Mnsslllon ho made a speech to I several hundred school children. SO-CflLL E D C fl L E 0 UUCII ? LEG !PTIf p McCormick Mowers Are Trouble-Proof. Havo Ina 1'iirt ; Than Any : Other Mower, Tuercforo ..n,.....,..,, J - When you row up will you be- "So Tronlde to Kiviuro llctmlrN. A Full come good oltlsena? Will you stand Htork Altvuya on J lurid. If Interested In Mower , of This Kind Ctlt or write fur Catalogue. Raabe c M auger II5-I1T NOIIT1I FIItST BTIiKKT. un for the United States and for the Ktars and Stripes?" asked the presi dent. "Yes, sir," the children said In chorus. "And when you hear anybody abus ing It will you think he doesn't know what he Is doing. Will you?" "Yes, sir," the chorus sold again. Once or twice the president took up reciprocity and told th farmers that ho was still of the opinion that It, would have been a good thing fur BOND BILL GOES THROUGH HOUSE WITH 1 OOP bv nn Ohio man. I do not ask anv favors, because 1 arn an Ohio man, them and the country. but I ask Justice. And I do not know any place la which i can make that appeal with more force and more right than In the home of that great Ohio president, who was my friend and my benefactor, William McKln ley," . . That was the appeal that formed the mainstay of President Taft on the second lap of his campaign tour of i tlmi and applause were frequent Ohio, He baaed his appeal for support I In next Tuesday's primaries largely ; HEPl I)IC' (fiRHH upon ma acnievamonia 01 nig aunnn Ivtrallon and the danger ho said luy In the reriomlnstlon and re-election of Colonel lioosevelt. The president began the day In En at Liverpool and made hi hint Iinln Interfered with the president's speeches at Masslllon, Ilurberton and Akron, but by the time he reached Kent the sun was out and his talks there and at Ravenna, Olrard, Nllus and Warren before he arrived In Voimgatowri, were mnde In comfort. The crowds were big enough to plcnae tho president and demonstra- IV MAItVIiAXD CONTEST. Baltimore, Mil., May 14. Flxtoen delegates, eight selected by friends of Iredent Taft and eight by support er of Theodore Roosevelt, but nil In Measure Refunding Railroad Indebtedness of Santa Fe and Grant Counties Has Scant Opposition. OBJECTIONS OVERCOME AT SECRET CONFERENCE Understood That Attorney Charles A, Spiess of Las Vegas is to Receive Huge Fee When Payment is Made. -MUST BE HAD during next feMeeks f . .. MM BV mv BT ' s - .nna ror me Hpedal Illapnlrh to the Mnrnlag Journal.) Hanta Fe, N. M May 14. The house hud not nly the center of the stiige, but the entire stage to Itself to day, the senate huvlng taken a re cces until Wednesday out of respect to uie memory of the lule wiiiinm u;. Martin. House Hill No. 41, entitled, "An Act In Relation to the Debts mid Llul.il; tiea of the Territory of New Mexico, and the IJebta of (he Counties, Theroot, New Mexico Lawmakers- Are 4 ' t.i.!.' Ti.! !- ( r- lawng i rungs in casy-uo-Lucky Way and Session is Drawing to Close, PLAYING POLITICS CHIEF OCCUPATION No One Seems to Know What Representative Smith Meant by Remark Regarding Com mittee of Thirty. 5 genuine 5 comfort shoes have the name "Martha Washington and Mayer trade mark on the sole Comfort shoes represented as Martha Washington shoes, with out this name and trade mark, are imitations. Remember this when you buy. Don't let looks, shape or design deceive you. The gen uine and imitations are similar in appearance, but vastly dinerent in . nt, comlort ana wearing quauues. Wo buttons no laces speech here tonight. At time, he cam, ; ' Tre e te ' mlav aTVhe !N"!l .i?.'.1! ('f fJ' .. . ...... . ... . iiiiucr ita ..fjiiwii I u nun, nuu iu jiuvmc elo to Colonel Kooeevelt, but thiy did not meet, Although Mr. Taft's arguments were gigiaLJXJJiMaAiii i M.i.Wi" :-sr- Mill HUG A DELUSION Miirymmi repui.i.can siaio converiion.for lha Hefundlng Thereof, by the Althnueh tho Tuft men controlled a nu.. ,. l!ui. , n,.,,,.. ih. aiui majority of the J 29 delegates far or Nw Mexico," occupied almost the fiomctlilog ",lut as (Sood" an lin-liossililitr.-ir Not the Original Have. .Nolblng at All, For A Woman to adorn her head with false braid, puffs and rnls, or a man la Wear a toupee, Is Ilka buying as thi Ir personal affiliations were concerned, they made no effort to de feat tho Instruction of the preference primary, which were for Colonel Hoofevelt and a plank was put In the platform Instructing them to give the undivided support of the Maryland delegation to the colonel. President Taft's administration also wan endorsed. The llonsevelt forces yielded the po entire attention of the houRe during the afternoon seaalon. This is the bill which proposes to take up the rail road bonds of Santa Fe and Grant counties. Tho bill was Introduced early in the session by Speaker H. L, Hitca, by request, end was referred to tho com mittee on state, county and municipal Indebtedness, Subsequently, after the creation of tho committee on ways eltlon of national committeeman and um, nl,ariMi lt wa transferred to that pledged themselves to re-elect a Taft rommittee. That was at the time when man, William J Jackson. Governor ( j)rtant legislation was being OobNborough la one of the delegates taken from tne ,.0,nmt(,eg to whch at large chosen today. thfi various bills had been Iransferreo ' and sent to tho committee of thirty. IIAKMOX K V SI P.A T 1 1 f 7. I'M For about six weeks, the ways and WITH ITUIKIOKNT. means committee has had the bill In rna,.in.. nhin iu,,v 11 HinnrtlnK its charge und today It submitted a an offbrand hair preparation In- ,h , t,ir,trrni in Memorial favorable report. Immediately after stead of Nowbro'a Herplclile, Tho ,, ,, crnm' which he waa aHaalled by ; the report was received and adopted, William J, Hryan only S. few weeKS u wuihihi wminiK ir ine recepiiuu auo. tlovernor Judaon Harmon to-1 ?' i"y other committee reports, the night addressed a large audience and house went Into committee or the scored the Commoner, denying vlg-1 whole, adopted a number of minor r,.,,.iv ihnt h 1m n renctlimarv and amendments to the bill, reported It ,.i,,.n..,r,i him ttt T,r,!n,.o .iifflelent i back to the house, susponiled the proofs. - "Hryan did not nasal! the value of mv grunt reforms In Ohio," he said. "false hair" and the "off brand" are roth substitutes for the real thing. The original is always conceded to be betted than any Imitation or sub stitute, "Homelhlng Jubt as good" la a hervsy the rankest kind. - Newbru'e, Hei pb'ldo is the original ' remedy and' does as promised. Yenrs .of suceeas and thousands of sHtladed '' users have made it standard, llerpl 'ride kills tho dandruff germ, keeps the sculp clean and stops fulling hair. 1' lis proper use before baldness ap pears mukea talae hair and wlga un i: necessary. Thar is no uncertainty. The pur" i'h'iT gets positive reaults or money Is refunded. It Is sold and guaranteed by all druggists. Applications may be obtained at good barber shops and hulr dressing parlors. Hend luo In poslngo for sample and book on "The t'aro of the Hair," to The Herplclde Co., Dept. 11., De troit, Mlch-i J. II, O J,lielly Co.. Special Age.nlH. When reforms are needed somo one bus been profiting by luck of reforms. The republicans In this great fluht rules, placed the bill on third read ing and pasaed lt by a vote of 4 3 to 1. There are one or two remarkable features ubout the pusaage of the bill this afternoon, (inly one vote was reg istered against it, that of Mr. House, of Quay county. It Is known that ,'" making a note in ino par y days ago there was strenuous ob- inrougn wn.cn "'"""'''"- , Jectlon to the bill In the committee or inarch. My sympathies are all wlth;i, . ., , . , rrcsldetit Tnft because he la tho pros! lnt lul candidate being assailed. "What hurts me Is that It Is not a manly, generous contest for honors ut the hands of the American people, but It looks aa If selllshness and per sonel desires were the principal qual ities being displayed." Results fiom Journal Want Ads Rami Miles of Steps. uut L". jjurv..sv'h.v: inu I Mm tflB The "Kll. l.t Servant. " A Model Kitchen Only 1.00 i Between you and this model kitchen. Join the Hoosicr Club today. .Albuquerque is becoming rapidly a city of "model" kitchens. Every street, nearly, has one or more houaea which are llooaler Cabl naia. The woman who has a Hoosler Cabinet has a "model" kitchen. Kverythlng Is at her tliiKera' endi, Kb anvca mllea of Btepa. The Hoosler la a silent" Servant that works day In and day out without tiring. You economize time and labor Willi a Hoosler. lt makes your work sclmililii', kIws you an hour or two cxlra 1. Iure daily for lire. then mukea u line heirloom for jour children. Solid uk. finished to endure h.ird usiii;e. built like a watch. It pi.vn I. r iiHi-lf In n lillle while. 1 'livered to you today for only, 11.00. thirty, and there was a. fair prospect that a report on lt would be delayed Indefinitely. Members of the commit tee were outspoken In objection to the bill, declaring that lt win In contra vention of the enabling act under which New Mexico came Into the union, that It waa framed In the in terest of certain "big business" con cerns of the east and that It was op posed to a wise public policy for the KtiltC. The committee of thirty held a ses sion lost night, which lasted Into the early hours of the morning, and after the meeting had adjourned, it became known for the first time that the "bond bill," as It la known here, would be unanimously reported to the house today. All opposition to it hnd melted away as completely as tho snow which fell thin morning melted away before the genial sun which afterwards brightened the sky. When the house vent Into committee of the whole this afternoon. John Huron Hurg, chair man of the committee of thirty, was called to the ctv.ir. and Speaker Baca jtook the floor In advocacy bf the bill. There was one Incident to the pro- 1 feedings this afternoon thnt did not efcipo the notice of observers. ,tliiis. A. Spiels, of Uts Vegas, attor rev for tho holders of tho bonds, which are to be paid by the money to be ! raised under the bond Issue authorised by ihn bill, was conspicuously among those rrisi-nt. All diirlnar the discus sion of the bill Mr. Hpless occupied a chair on the front row of aeats next to Speak, r Hiich and Mr. Catron, and constantly In consultation with . them. On a number of occasions, mo- j tlons were made bv either Mr. Catron or Mr. llaca. after a hurried conver- 'nation had I n had with Mr. Spieaa, .and on other occasions a sudden Jerk i if the coat tail by Mr. Splesa would IHneelsl nt.Datrh to the Morninsr Journal.! Banta Fe, N. M., May 14. Only twenty-five days remain of the first session of tho first New Mexico leglS' lature. Deducting Sundays, only twen ty-two days remain. In that time ( mass of legislation must be acted on for which there la a real anil imperii tive demand on the part of the people, lt Is going to take some tall hustling to do it Both houses have been loafing along In a leisurely fashion, holding only one session a day ana taking weea-ena re cesses of two or three days. The senate is always prompt in meeting at the hour appointed, but Its sessions have usually been brief and more or less perfunctory. In the houHe, o'clock In the Hfternoon is the hour invariably appointed for meeting, but It Is never earlier thnn a quurter to three when Speaker Kaca mounts the platform and calls the session to order. Bonn-times things go with whoop, and then again sometimes the members get tired and adjourn right in the midst of things. Monday afternoon Mr. Ilewellyn undertook to put through a motion to have both morning and afternoon ses siona, but couldn't make it. Nobody was In a hurry, and the feeling seem ed to be that lt was no use to begin real hard work until you have to. As is almost invariably the case with legislatures, the world over, this one will In a few days wake up to a sud den realization of the fact that it has only about two weeks in which to do two months' work. Feverish activity will then sot !ln, and morning, after noon and nliTht sesalons will be the rule. As a result, much Ill-considered legislation is aura to be Jammed through, and many meritorious mea sures will be lost In the shuffle. Bo far the legislature has been more notable for what it has not done than for what It has done. Playing politics has been Ita chief occupation, while legislation has been given only second ary consideration. Hut the man who comuoae the legislature are nobody foola, and they are not oblivious to the fact that Jf thev are to remain in poll tics, which la the earnest desire of most of them, they must do something to make a showing before their home people. They have been taking things eRsy so fur, but lt la snfo to say that In a short time they will become ex ceedingly active. What Did Jin Mean? When Itcpresentntlve Smith, of Luna county, ,ran amuck Monday af ternoon and relieved himself of some pent-up feelings In regard to the com mittee of thirty, he used nn expres sion which, to those who are familiar with what has been transpiring in Santa Fe, was very significant. Ad dressing himself to the members of the committee, ho said: "You can Bend me back home tomorrow If you want to, but I want It underatood that no body haa a ring In my noae, and I stand on my rights as an American oltlxen." Ths significance of the dare thrown at the committee lies In the fact that while Mr. Smith's seat Is not contest ed, there has been considerable talk to the effect that he la Ineligible to hold tho office of representative In the legislature! by reason of the fact that at the time of his election he had not lived In New Mexico the length of time required by the consti tution. In the same boat Is Mr. Tucker, of Sierra county, and It did not escape tho notice of the observant ones that In making up the committee on ways and means these two gentlemen, and the three democrats against whom contests were filed, Messrs. lxipcz Martlnta and Caaadoa, were all placed on the committee. The committee of thirty was a snug nil hrirtnnt nn losat jr .r ,...as. ta TJk Mayer Martha Washington Com- f jP "'"""V. A fort Shoes have no buttons or laces. -t ,JS--w if ri T- V. Elastic at the tides yields with the If Vi? f Af-5vrHA A Wj motion of the foot and insures a I VpJ f4f.y ? neat, smooth and comfortable fit. 1 ri , ' -' VW W C4 If you seek genuine comfort, do 1 v V'trof iVtU? ' A not accept a substitute but damand E 4 ' ' f&i h' f 'fl JO the shoes that will gn-e you the l ' V -t 'vJ 'I V rg greatest amount of wear and satis- I tTi J 6 i 1 IA lxjr ' A P faction. Insist upon the genuine. I li rly Z I iT. :K ' ' " f P :0 in au tuzes ana three heiEhts. e P ! ? vi t.y . . rv. , y .-,., J These wonderful comfort shoes are a blessing to women who A enjoy complete foot rest, cr those who are bothered with sensitive, feverish, aching feet, or suffer from foot troubles of any -kind. You will never know what real foot comfort is until you have worn a pair of Mayer Martha Washington Comfort Shoes. Your dealer has the genuine or can get them for you. Refuse substitutes as the genuine Mayer Martha Washington Comfort Shoes are obtainable. If you cannot find a dealer, write to us. F. Mayer Boot &. Shoe Co. Milwaukee LUST OF FRANCE' mm BANDIT SLA N ! brlna; one or the other of the two : gentlemen Into hia chair. i Only the amendments aunmiilea ny the rommittee of thirty were adopted Membership Limited to25-9 Already Taken Only 15 women ran Join our Hoosler Cabinet Club. Mvn.berahlp fl.OO. Ibtl anea In weekly payments of 11.00. The Hoosler Company has a nt ua ti Hoosler Spreh.1 Cabinets to be sold on this Club I'b.n at (he low price IHed at the fac tory. This price give full ben efit of the srest cost sav ing that rotor rro.n nr moua volume of H.msier Sslea to the i'i worn -n w ho enroll their names at one. 2 Cabinet Is drllvei.d im- NPOMIdKm TttSOMNSim iWito mediately on payment of. Ilieiiiber.-ihlp fee, 11.00. The club differs great-' Iv from the Installment , plnn. lt la under the direct , supervision of The llooa ler Manufacturing Co., ' which flxce the low price. Membership la limited , to the 2i Cabinets allotted to ua bv The Hoosler Com pany for sale on the rl..b plan. Already nine rabl- , n,ia Hie taken. Those who want a Hooe- br vbinet. should enroll' their nanus at once to' avoid disappointment , when the club la tilled. ! tCoutlnued on Tiige Ht-ven, Col. dnel GOLDS GO DVEBB t- Ms ! FURNITURE 313-315 West Central Ave. lUccnscd Agents for Hoosicr Kitchen Cabinets. Pleasant Vapor Treatment Does the Work Without Stom ach Dosing. Here's an offer that means some thing. Money returned If IIVOMF.I doesn't Kie sitlsfaetlon In treatment of ca tsrrh. cooshs, r0ds and croup. Thousands of lee people the country over are ...Ins the 1IYOMKI va por treatment to break up a cold in the h. sd or cheat over nlt-ht. Follow this dviee ne In the evenins land avatn Jnt Iwfore retlrins. Into a small bowl of lilin wier pour a a-ant MK1. rover head and bowl with toar) and In-eathe deep Into the '..v (he s.Mthin. heallnc. germ killing vapor that arlaea. Ml.tMr.l la ma.!., of Auatralinn K.M K't plus, an nntlarptlr that ta us I e!rnivrl br thr forenMal now and throat .nn-t'iix. (n the world. A bottle or IITOMKI mats only IS harbor for theae five democrats. Aa long aa they stood hitched and voted riKht. there waa no chance that they would bo deprived of their seats. Un til Very recently they had been stand ing hitched and voting rluht. the only break that has taken place being when Mr. Caaadoa Jumped over the traces on tha Clovla Normal School bill. VAticn Mr. Pmlth said, "you may send me home tomorrow If you want to," did he mean that he had been threatened with such a fate by the committee of thlrtv unleaa he should obey ordersT Mr. Smith, himself, will not say thHt such Is the rase, but the nitration Is being freely asked in Santa Ke. However, Mr. Pmlth aeema to be aafe for the time being, for Mr. Tuck er Is still on the committee, and It i would be a rather difficult matter to can one and not the other. AGRICULTURE HOPT OF NEGRO RACE Bf POLICE Octave Gamier and Accomplice Meet Death After Fight, with Thousands of Paris Guard ians of Law. ROBBER REFUGE BLOWN TO PIECES Five Assailants Wounded; Great Crowds of Excited Peo ple Gather and Watch Des perate Struggle. dragnet which had been spread over Paris and the suburbs. (iarnlcr's mistake came In trying to negotiale stolen securities at a branch of a big banking house, whereby he and his companions, Vallet and Vuil lemln were tracked to Nogent. The three, who are decided blondes, dyed their hair jet black. An Indiscretion by the woman Vulllomin enabled the police to fix their lair to a certainty. M. l.eplne, prefect of Purls, was no tified and decided to capture or kill the bandits if necessary. Again as in the ease of the battle fit Choisy le liol, the efforts of the po lice and military were greatly ham pered by the vwst crowds that gath ered In the adjoining streets. At-; tempts were made to blow up the building by throwing dynamite cart li iges from the adjacent viaduct und a perf.ct hull of bullets was thrown into the house. An armed force holding torches, restied lato the ruins and discovered the two bandits on the floor in u room. Oarnier was naked, save for a few tattered ra?n. lie npprarcd to be dead. Vul'et was dead or dying. The crowd of spectators now wild ly engaged, rushed up and tried to seize the bandits. With great dllficul ty the police drove them ba-v an.l placed the bodies In automobiles. structing for Clark was adopted with out a rifll call. A resolution thanking the people ot Clovls for their hospitality was unan imously adopted. George H. Hunker, of Pan JIlRuel county, then presented a resolution providing that one delegate nn,l one alternate be relected from each Judi cial district. 'Ihi.-i carried, althounh before it was voted on, James W. Nor ratnt, of Santa Fe county, read a tele gram from National Committeeman Norman E. Mack, stating thut If New .Mexico wanted to select sixteen dele gates with half a vote each, they would be seated and stutlnc that sev eral other states hsd taken the same, union. The convention, however, did not take l indly to this idea and It was not adopted, although Mr. Norment had made it only as a suggestion. A rtcss was tm n taken for the del egates of the fiii fert nt di: trietn to se bet their ( nndldatcs for delegates and alternates end Die hour of 6:30 hav ing arrived, wi. , -me of the dele gates still beli: , i :inida; cu, a recess was taken untl! !i p. rn. NOTICE. No hunting or fishing Is allo'V. d on my ranch in the Cebolla, except by special permission of the owner. E. M. FENTOX, Jemea Springs, N. M. DEMOCRATIC DELEGATION INSTRUCTED FOR CLARK (Continued From rage I.) (By Morning Jnnrnat Mitreix! I.eaard Wire.l Paris, May 15. -The cireer of the last of France's notorious bandit gang was dramatically ended thla morning i r-,, ,. ,,, ,.,. v., , , , whr. f.. h..r.- ni. i cy Ior nls upr.Rht stand in the m.u- tx.llf. an.t troooa it. lea.Ier. Octave I !er; declared for rigid economy tiarnler, and hla confederate, Vallet, Ksnaaa City. Mr 1 T'plift the social, moral and physical lire of the nrirori by encouraging agriculture amn them, waa the Booker T. Wash ington mesaace In hla addrea h for ; dynamited at Choly-le-Ttrt. the Arrk-an Mn.wir r.piaropa. made hia last atand In a house bid b n church conference here tonlsht. j by folia" and eurrnnnded closely bv 'In thr rural atslrieta." he said, "the ,hr bull.l ro-s msWin nn .,.,i. 'OWI fll (M, 1 1 1 ' ! i . . .. . - ... . ..... lcap,H.nf..l of HTO-:?: " h". -T VlfL'r"U "n! , ,p Il"nn', ntl were blown up by explosives In a small villa at Xogent-sur-.larne, whure they had taken refuge. Fhattered by ahota of dynamite, their houso fell In ruins when melinite was exploded umler the walls. The po lice found Gamier dead and Vallet dying. Five policemen were wounded In the battle which preceded the dyna miting. I'ndaunted and probably unharmed by bullets and dynamite. Octave (Jnr nier, the real leader and laat of the notorious bandit gun which haa ter rorised Paris, waa atlll fighting for life at midnisht with his confederate, Vallet, In a small villa at Nogent where they had taken refuge. All the forces for the protection of society hnd failed to dislodge them. Several thousand police, gendarmea and Bouavcs tried for houra to shoot the bandits or blow up the building with explosives. Three policemen had fallen from the rtesperado.-a' bullets, but though the villa was rfamased by dntmite. the bun, Ms h.-ld their own in I showed no sinns of surrendering. i nr.aa iionnei, wna- refutie waa (liirni-r in puonc analrs, commended the house for the passage of the resolu tion providing a constitution:'.! amendment, removing the li.nguiire restriction clause from the oopstitii tion and eondtnmx! the majtti.y ir. the senate for not reporting thia itso lutlcn. These resoluti.-rs. as read, were adopted unanimously. J. D. Hand th n sor.t to tho presid ing officer a number of telegrams from different states, telling of the progress of the Chump Clark movement. WXFfl ATI'S INST1N CTT:i I Tilt CHAM I CI-AP.K-S CAMHUACY Mr. Tinman then read the resolu tion, Instructing the New Mexico 1 Ln-y t. ft delegation for Champ Clark, closed with this paragraph: "We hereby instruct our delegates to vote for the nomination of Hon. Champ Clark for president on every ballot at which his name is before tha convention,' or until, in the opinion of a majority of the delegates, hia nomination can no longer ue rea sonably hoped for." Thia was accompanied by a ma jority report asking ita adoption. John A. Pace, or I nion county, sub- mlnorlty re.,rt. ami II n tor.mt. ; Terrell, of Curry county, movd tr-.at In the city he is usually st hia worst, j Hubris fnurht In a garsc whlih could! miite.l a , ii we wo'i.ii p oe M' roa nM rn.m ail lide. itor.mt,' ..(,. t, , n , . n. fit vhnm life In I , . . -1 ..it ., (the country, they must be tauaht that ; mnrk.b!e for Ms skill at the wheel f. "'T' ''rTS iv " A I when ihe Hlble oava. the earth I1. utnH1l. i th. mnimn.M r,l!l a"'' nl tS minontjr full or thv riches.' means that the ) which (he la-el on triT.cH ir.. I r ;,rrt ?"n instruction was tabled ,erth If fi.ll of corn, potntoc. peaa. and made th- ir rerane OarnL r a ape-i b!r TO' or ' st- ..o.i.n rniri,n anu ' - ni i"i(iniif i disculse. je w.ni an f ..r as Fummrs Kurkhnrt prru-nted a ml tneae riches in Ut l-e golirn nut UT lle , to tnuti'ate hia eve b.ta In r-hme ki. nrl, rtmrt nu d .... , iy mv n H , . m-A nt I.il . . ,,,. i.. u at J. II. O HIelly Cs and dru , TKs iV " cM he ------- - - i ... ,n v, i,.unn. iu.i(w. ,nm . , u-,-. . nis as v. aa ( (tats e(rf) w here. 'useful living.' h succeeded la evading tha police! bled. sfter which ths resolution in- fSf j li.nr rfWYl fte Idsd that i f fN vcar oat itfy at the finger ends, and jtf' ever ',a'r contains A buarantco tbst Guarantee! "a new pnir free" if the "tips" wear out before the gloves. There's a way to tsU tba 3cuia: "look in the hem" for the name "Kayser." It is there fjr your protection. "Kayser" tflsrea cost do mors than the "ordinary kind" anj are worth lu!!c ru (jualily, fit and value. Dont azccil I' j "jus! as ood" l"ra flock in the hem for the name Kayser the kind that don t wear out. Shan Sl'a Clares s mm nmm It Pr r-:'A'"2 $t.60 I lano Silk Clo l.'".S5 T6..."$t.00. $2S JutLi$ Ktyser & Co New York C-3 CHICHESTER'S PILLS 1 Take m mW. h., ( ,nr l teB HU1M. iILL.fca yMaen St. SML SOUBYDRlGGtSTSDimULat A