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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING IOURNAL. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29. 1912.
FOR THE
Best Assortment
1 MOVING PICTURES RECENTLY ELECTED' WILSON TO GONFE Hj SOL ICITO R "BULLITjMEXICAN FEDERALS
OF HIGI GRADE
Enameled Ware j
GO TO
PROMPT WOMAN
T
0 CONFESS
islKind
01)1,1
Attenrli
DEMOCRATS INT
WITH BRYAN ON
ate
RABBI & MAUGtR
115-117 N. First j
Hi mi iiinu jmutiukl Niwetal l.ssssd sTIes.)
m u itn, (in . No. . 18 flooded bj
her i'iim i.'iu after -i i mix ii hhivIiik
plrtui'i' in hii li Km- ivillmn f .1 hUS-
Mors, Itl.ll.i n Willi in iln Widow 'if
GOOD PLACES
Newly Chosen Senati
Ultimatum Demand
of More Important C
Committees.
RETURN FROM
BERMUDA
lilt Morning .1 ,l
W. isliilirtr.li, .r
,iar,l tt If 1
ontrol "f
Drr,:.l,.,i Wrtiac attar
( oaiuci 11 -CICV..1 iinn'j uwuvi
to Man Who Made Possible
His Nomination, Inviting Him
to Princeton,
: NEXT CHIEF EXECUTIVE
ENJOYING REAL REST
ASKS COURT TO
L!
UPHOLD
Declares in Brief That Con
gress Intended to Pass Con
stitutional Act in Newspaper
Publicity Bill,
Aztec Fuel Co.
1., the sdsti ,,r tin
mm be punished,
Two WSeks MKT
1 1 inn hi, tli
M rs. MrAfr
III, plot of
till,
I III
GALLUP
YANKEE
SWASTIKA
COAL
All Kinds of
WOOD
HONK SSI
hte rn
i;niil in
Will ptryi
lie woubl
merit's i
In I. in, I .1 1
1 1 MUV
hor htisha
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dmg thi-li
mjttee I'l
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II, 1,1 1 1 f,
If, III III I
,1 hi
(um from
it, us do-
Ml", It. Hit
tin, ,11 In
from thr
ill; in the
His Daib
Uncha
Honoi
Ameik
jfe at British Resort
ed as Result of Hich
estowed on Him By
1 Peonle,
h now
ISS Kill
thar tun
1 ,t ttrn, , I i'
iporiunl l ulu mil t'
nsldorcd tin- can
m 1
nil
'I'l,,
ml
STATESMAN
WANTS
APPROPRIATION
run. where
pat tut Ives nli
riilll.H, Wllllr
A fee's riinice
Ir.tr, I tin I,
r disposed Of ll
to tllr I liilr
j tit, north um
she came to Mi
11 sister nii'l Othl
tromlnenl Phys
redltmg Mrs, Mt
i rmiwirar bus a
1 ii. , , 1. The
.1' t hem w
senators hi
commute)
llllil'. pllirr
fielded th
, i
1 lit Wni '
Ha ml'
I Woodro'
t,i Willi
him to .
rrt urhs
Irlll -t . II
Hryun 11
demoorn
.1,
III !
Ill
r,l VV i
Tl
u ii ,,n has rltten iettei j
n ji nnlnga Bryan, inviting
conference after Mr. WlUon
..m Bermuda. The ureal
w lanes in consult with Mr,
,,f the lenders of th
, party, but ha will take
number of th
ithei
III, ted til
p in I
mem I
11 ml
lr In I
Wilson,
of the
FOR RIVERS
Representative Sheppard Ex
pects Omnibus Measure to
Cany $50,000,000 With
Additions By Senate,
.ii Heralat Journal Ipeeial tested W'lre.l
si. Petersburg, Nov, in, The
fnUlttl It'lMslllll tltllntl USSrlllldrd to
day fin the first time since Ihe else
Hon in September. It, Rodslanko, tin
Uiitoberlat deputy of fekalerlnosaV
,vh, wiik president of the third duma,
was Ht-elected president by s vote oi
If in i to. in his address ha spoke
,f the ill lil lr- Interest 111 tllr 1 1: I U l M m
in, i thr necaaalty for sacrifices in
iin.nry and, if necessary, mm. on the
prt nf Russia, Thr whole house
.Ik. nil. The new iluimi IIsii,i,miiii. ,1
it,,. Kiootny orttiea win, predicted tin
triumph ,,f rogation, The fourth
, t ,1 iii.i declared itself progressive
body, btit it cannot he inferred thai
majority will be found to favor thr
American contention In the passport
controversy. Thr in i 1 nf the gov
arnmeni .will be to render tho itus
Man marital Independent of rVmarlnah
...ii. .ii iimi Amalcan agricultural me
chlhery, and it in fairly certain lo be
Minnorted by thr duma.
OVER
NINE
LIVES
YEARS IN ENOCH
ii Hi
1 1.
ARDENROLE
member of el
dei the sennrl
untitled in tak
one and hold
n then
Under the B
n titled '"
i,ni would ii"
I.!,.,. ,,n the
,1 ,,
,. would
lanahipi
aecond
rrx III
Jelieving Wife Dead Hush;
Wed Attain, and She K
Identity in Dark; ns Heir
Secret Is Exposed,
hi degree
lonlllng I."
in thr Pel
I ot I't'lnr. I.
and r)vlp
j tins mi fl.
I varies his
day as i in
Ions time,
I t.lkrs .111 I
lories
i send
uhnra
I sent h
I'sltlnnt-eleci of the ITnlted
hflhs merely Woodrow
American cltlaen, in aearoh
i of ;i British colony in
,io nut differ in thr Kiuiii
i lot ernor Wilson was re
uy IiIh previous v.-iratinnH
Miidoa, m Hen, ns president
n university. He Kniiu'iit real
.1 p
Tl,
n
i'
ii,
nmi mi rainy
additional tmi
w aeallglble. His
home were Inatrucl
I ..lily nf thr must i
. mi, I in date Ihey hat
k letter,
in inis liroURhi back tl
llr rf lllr til thr K'MV
sldent-elecl
iy day, Mr
s With thr
in. sleeps n
ernoona he
His corre-
n
a
ii,.
,1ns -i-'iii,,', i Napiial l
Krirnii (conSratU latins Ihc 11
Son your dream ih realised. JToi
become. lmworiai
Poet Tee); now 1 cart dla to
Pels Itota ( Paris).
, t
V, 1,111,1 II M ll
,l,, M III 111
i inn for her
ried aarnlti, in,
th,- aecoaalty
n s an Iirll-ilt-
Thr woma-l
And hw stin
Oriind Rapid
bet n v ''i
dauaThti t, M rt
haw admitted,
accordtns to
1 1 ' I llllllli' Is
buaband liven
married Malt
children by h
Mi- ataKfli
1 1 ... i i i imiiii
I ,l III, ml ri
ll
ll.
I lr
41,(1 to
theater Hre,
dctitlty hid
I rOllSl.Ul.'l
,, llllil 111,11-
isi in i' seen t i in ,,nh
proi i ii k her Identity
Mix. Etlll Mnvhrw
, omes from Weal
Win., where aha has
i ihr home "i her
Idnej Burrows, Mny
is mi Bsaumcd name,
i relatives, who say
I Hint I, n
irs! i
them foreign rets
rules; ihree of thr
thr list. Ill itddttl
man ,,f tin- demo,
tor Martin crinld
either ,,r four i a
rii
mil
rhllll'-
mnnshlp
motor r.
.1 in
.i the
those t.,
f,
,1.
Hi
panionahl
.srri. Til
i makes Hi.
tlinimhi ii
only bee
their dlnti
hr dally
ll. Hill Sttl
iK. i. The
ii Tuesdttl
thr V.ilr-I
'I'
1,1
illy Vtnrnlni Journal Spaetal feasd Wire.)
Washington, Nov. on thr
theory thai bngress intended to pnss
n conatltutlonal law When it enacted
th,. newspaper "Publicity'.' taw ins'
summer as a pari "f thr postal appro
priation act, Solicitor it Kiln in n bfle'
made public today, nskni thr sn
preme court of thr united states to
construe the meMuire :1 conatJ
tutlonal enactment. The law will
minr hrl'orr Ihr ruiirt for rnnshlet n-
tlon afondny,
'So long an laws are passed in 'hr
hasty and unconsidered way thai they
are," thr solicitor general argues i"
tiir brief, it is thr duty of the court
no! to adhere t,, the letter of ihr en
actment and destroy thr spirit, but to
strive ns best II may to give meas
ures n reasonawe and eirectiye mean
ing.
"Vety probably congrew baa no
power t, refulate thr press or to saj
shut shall mi- what shall not go into
newspapers or to require them t" print
thr names ot their bondholders or
circulation or t" prescribe how they
siinii label their articles," said thr
solicitor general, "if thr statute he
construed as attempting t" do these
things, it may possibly he void,"
Thr government iirlri expressed
doubt ai. .nit thr constitutionality ot
tha feature of the law which makes
an editor or publisher liable to a fine
for printing a paid tor article without
marking u "advertisement." The sec
tion was dpfendedj htrWever, n the
ground that this pnru graph was meant
to be considered as a niarl ,,i the pre
ceding paragraphs and thus wan
merely another condition required of
publishers before they could secure
the second class mall privileges. Thr
court was urged t,, hold the r,st ,.f
thr law constitutional even If tho "ad
vertisement" paragraph was declared
void,
CITIZENS PROTEST
IT LABOR
BATTLE BETWEEN
THEMSELVES
Detachments, Making Sorties
on Rebel Band, Permit En
emy to Retire and Fight Each
Other,
(Bj MnmiiiK Jeoinal Hpciiui ImuA Wirt.)
Uoxico City, Nov. :'s. Cred for
dlslOdglnH the tehols from Chftldo,
iiiiiii thirty miles from the capital,
was somewhat lessened by the ftut
th.it two federal detachments, the
Twenty-ninth and Sixtrrnth Infantry,
rniiK'ht pach other during the latter
par) of the engagement
The sortie agalpst the Insurrsctos
vviiH a straight attack, th,- federal
commander dividing his force and
marching against the rebels from two
sides, The fighting was spirited, re
gardless of thr federals' Inability to
see thr enemy In thr darkness, An
officer ofone detachment recognised
the bugle rails of th,- other, and In
vestigation disclosed that thr rebels
AGAI
IWI
III' .1- lr.:
hulls that I
i place in
iliti.nl hr
niU'ln. not
nil. I keep
DEMONSTRATION
Make your cut giaj
GOLD DUS
Soap leaves a greasy fj
mm rflnrn 1 . . c, I .... . i 2
UIJ gWM, W1HI.I1 IO IlitlU In r,Sk
move; the following method J
washing will, however, mall
glass crystal clear :
Take a wooden tub. nr
the metal sink with sniJ
glass-linen towls, or any soil
piece oi cotton. Wash m
glass in warm suds, made b
dissolving a teaspoonful 2
Gold DUSt washing nowderl,
a Dan of hot water; use a snd
brush to clean surface, then
rinse in water oi trie sanj
temperature.
After the glass has beei
carefullv dried on glass Ii
use a camel's hair brush topo!
ish the cut
MslwtliccilprU
Do not use Soup.
N split ha. Born,
Soda, Ammunia or
Kerosene with Gold
Dual. Gold Dual
has all desirable
cleansing Qualitiea in
a perfectly harmless
and lasting form.
"let Ihe COLD DUST TWINS do you, ,,
hud disappeared and that bullets were
being exchanged between the sec
tions of the government forces.
At least some federals ware killed
In that part of thr encounter. Re-
i, oris in' travelers and mail advices In
dicate that conditional in various parts
nf thr republic are worse than Is gen-1
era lb, known in thr capital, and thnt
these conditions BXemore widespread.
At least ten encounters have taken
place tn the last three days, thr fed
erals claiming victory.
Thr rural distrirts in thr southern
part of ihr stair of Mexico are prnrtl-
oslly controlled by the rebels. Gen
eral Blanquel will be sent t the state
nr Mexico tn lead the campaign.
Porflro Dellalave, son ,,r Ooudenclo
wasleadlnR the rebellion In Pu-hn,. CH I NESE RAISE FUND
him hern kiiini in mi encounter al
Chlmalhuacan, In that stat,-. accord
ing to it government report.
Qaudenclo Dellalave was in com
mand of a torce estimated at 300, and,
it is reported, was defeated by Ihe
federals.
day when Renresentailve Cordell llul
,,f Tennessee, said th, demoerati i
congress who are nirrady in Wm
Hint, a, havr conferred Informally n
the subject and that there was n
overwhelming sentimeni In favor i
having the order revoked.
FOR WAR WITH
m Fran
"six rn
POSTMASTERS MAY BE
APPOINTEES AGAIN
Washington, Nov. j
fort will l,r made to
drni Taft's executive c
15th, whereby about
riass postmaaters wer
the clil service, beet
, Thai at, ef
Suspend Presl
drr of i ictober
.nno fourth
o, Nov. 2S. The Chi.;
ELnieS" of this city anil
other Chinese organlsatlone ixnW
notices tahlghl urging every tiilnef
to lie ready to contribute at letd
$1H for a fund for a war 1,,'Hyeen
China and RuSSla. Tl was ailmiltiil
at th,- Chinese cOmiulate tnniKht that
subscriptions had been pouring in
for the war fund the last f, w day! W
amounts ranHitiK rrttm $100 t" $i.tni(i,
a suhscriotlon nf r,t,o was received
ilaced underltoday from the Chine:
known t"-1 Pa, Mextc
don
at L
1,
'tl
tn
newsptipei
loess "f ihr nitie archil
overnor did not know
. tin Instance, thr result
th
srd football
h ihe absent'
i u In n thr Mt
miners he Si
d
Mnxfl
hail
volihl h
inshtp i
. Inolud
idr range ; i n
(head ami hi
rke ami!
nr. II
f new'H
irrs did
ned thi
ivlngly of the
nmen" in Nrw
ii' story of the
rtlfled thr po
iple In Los An
inunittai eye on
iii.it mentioned
People of Lawrence Hold Mass
Meeting at Which Unionists
Industrial Workers of World
Aie Condemned,
DANGER MARK
NOW PASSED
r,l iniiniur who
station lull of p
- and rust a umii
oolltlcal stories
future cabinet,
nr thing tl"' governor read which
s,d him as president Taft's
I I,, Mini at th.- LotUS ClUO
lo ember t Mh in New vi
(By Uornlns Journal Speelal I ene,l M ire )
Lawrence, Mass., reov. s. ai
series of mass meetings, thousands "i
Cltlsens of l.awrrnrr tonight rrllrwr'i
their vows of patriotism and loyalty
to thr nation's flag, to support tin
city government, to defend thr "hon
or of thr city'' agalnsl tlir "slandri
,,r her enemies" and to promote tin
iteneral interest of thr wind,, city,
Rnrller In the day a crimt of 1.500
Inner I textile operators in a vacant field IH
tnri to Joseoh Ettor, thr Uawrenc
Km, .,.
blank. 1'p
utiiiil WS
overs she I,
HOUSE DISI
AGREES
In Condition of Mrs. Hibbs.
Accordmq to Advices From
Morton's Gap.
'd ih.,, her husband had inarrl
iggln in ihr bSllel that she whs di
not to ,1. St i -
hnppln
ON PRESIDENT!!
L
i, mprms quite likelj thnt before strike leader, expound ihe doctrim
Lit u,,,i, ih nrBsi- of the Industrial Workers of th
. , i ,i,., .M,ni ..-tn i, , rrt World Tiir meetings tonight marked
,,,, national citpital. tlovrrtmr Wll- tl ml f a period of pr,,trst on th,
u uill be passing through Wshfng pari of a large proportion ,'t Law
. . , i... iiii.ii.-i. MHMffie, natalnSl the parade o
celebration at his birthplace, Btnun
I ton. 'a., on December th. if he dor
in,, i stnu at wasningion at mai iiin n
chilli
pa pr
h
,11 . HI
hualu
PENSION PLAN
ill doubtless
D'ehruary 8th
ii I'r,
ssent.
he in Washington on
when he win attend!
n h i hr Qrldlron duh
dnii Taft is expected
resentatlves Re
eminent Reel
I ormei I xecutr
live
g Rep
to Gov-
,.,.1 ire
t'has. S. Hedge, 146 B. 2n,l St.,
Hastings. Nd,r . writes: "I have hern
troubled with severe pains in my back
and kidneys, ami pains vvrtr especlal-
u severe mornings, i hav r used throe
hoxei Of your l' 'lev Kidnev Pills and
tli. pains have entirely, left me. I now
i ua.ll as ever." .1 II. I'RIelll Drug
ihr Industrial workers "t tn
vv...i,i ,,,, STcntemher SBth. When
hundreds of persons marched through
tiir Itnreta waving red flans and dis-
plSylng thr motto. "No ('.oil; .Master."
Rarller In the daj Ettor spoice
from a trurk in a varant lot. thr
authorities having refused to permit
thr Industrial Workers to parade or
to hold a mass meeting on Lawrence
, iniiiii. II, held his crowd for an
hour and a hall and frequently was
cheered. The capitalistic class, he
said, h.ol reasons to ! thankful, hut
the working class had nothing for
which thev could give thanks.
,u Hi. I tl
old r.c'v.
IIVI I Ihr
she was h
IT wrnl I
visit her
ii,,. , , i . i
N ,lll ltl.lt
miiv in, sd 1" r that
. t. liter the moth
ilraud Rapids lo
hut by this time
rn shared i'V so
l.ll,, Wll.
i it Mmttlaa Ssstmal s,., ,,
Washington, No S. serious
dtragrem,nt tunons del tratlc
members f the hons. appropriation
commutes has greeted the proposal
,,f llepresontatlvi Rurleoon, of Texas,
tor ' government pension to rx-prcsi-,i,
nts v dla, usslon ..f thr posslbllt-t',-
,.t' ulaclns a iirovlslop for presl-
i i .i,'r, t Convict llctiims VtJiinuirily.
Denver, Nov. ! ROSCOS Shehlon.
lv. vhi ssegped ii .'in the state re
formatory two yr.it-. m;,, anil went to
I,, Moines, where he married and
In,-- -nice d an exemplary lit rr
turned to Penver lodnj without a
guard at the di ml i ihr superin
tend, nt of the i. ti.i ill s, hool. Shrl-
I
. t g ntlv on tl
1 has a -i i ag t
ri'tti. woman
t . .1 -,, I . OS -I V. Milt, tl
on- stlsAsals I- a'1"1
fts u xenn.il UlStl
it 1 1 sir. natt t.
S . Ill.ll, . Ol IO I I.
ll Willi- !
l l,HI 'o- MSgSI
i. .ii . . I
M,
I.. i
Sm. aSl In-
v a Voi k ,,v II mi.i smoki
Huffocatt-d an aged recluse, Miss Oe
lav la I.TIclci i. k. in In i home in
Brooklyn loday, Anthon) Orecklnto, a
bar) i w p. k, pi a shop In the house,
,t,
MtnrsMta Phase ei iniiuci in n.-jnh
Canon in,, Oolo., Nov. II Rd
w.il.l K AlnstloliX. luslnr ,. th,
peace, civil war v.i.i ,n ami Colersd,
,,: it.'.i hart i. "i. iv it. on tin dl
meats of old hk1- Mr. Arinslrona; WSI
...iv .,1,1 ..ml i tn,.- I-. Colored,
I x iiH ,i y,,,.i. i, i vnii ni large
rtrii i, ton. catska Nov. n m
smith, Confessrd sl.lVrl ( Jess.
. '..tll..it.l ,l,lr, live ill,'.
. MIMIMltter of til,' , I PP I' 1 1 I' 111 1 1 0 IIS ,'Olli-
miuee resulted in the ahaodonroenl
of the plan i v Rt presehtattve Burle
son an.i , general movement for s,
ciat logtslatton as th" ejusptton will
i rohiii.lv he oi u, n i.,,i when congress
meets next wr.k.
Representative Johnson, of South
. - ,r.,1,., , ,, 111 IliS drllllU
Then n.' n. -1 , t It Br. 19 n UWs Rss
. i. : . ilsiiml o. genuine Cstsrrln
A new lot of
panose wares.
old and modern .Ta
'larke's Curio store
a
FORMER CAPITAL OF
TEXAS IS DESTROYED
frCNDO Mrs. CO.,
', "' ,. .,; .. . m Dtoa. allegwl aors, inier.
BUI
bS i Ii 1 i
(UltiiM-i,m ., Mlrvn
I ill
J
vitiEin
ArW
iHli
II
largcd Woummi in World honl.
Montreal, Quebec, x,,v. IS. M
.In-.tin Masson. who Hriuhed ',
p.,, in, Is. said to have been the lar
w Mm. m in the world, died lo re tod
Heverni months ngo site became
-an.' nnd vv as placed in an Instltutr
.i li. i , -lie heraim notorious for I
EVIDENCE C0N01 UDED IN
SNEED Ml RDER TRIAL
Brenhsm, Texas, Nov. s. The last
remnants of thr bistortc town of old
Washington, on thr Brasos river, nt
one lime capital of the stute and
where th deoiarstlori of Tens Inde
pendence was promulgated, "1,s de
stroyed hv fire today. The tdazr
started in a sriall store buildlnc, hut
iiiirkiv spread, Koutirrn buildings,
Including th, Mason k temple, Were
,1, Strstv r,l.
Craving Gone
IN g llol US
"1 drink steadily for yrars frotc
tin,, pints to two quarts of whike
lally. iine sanatorium iliSchargad sss
! r ill Weeks SS Incurable. . After
:iri hours of the Nival treatment the
,i.i. mil- araifl eon., llnv.. workcil hatd
" i
ever sin,-,-. " lrom a Kenuine letter
among the sootss we can show you. i
proving absolutely that the
Drink Habit
DO YOU GET UPJTRIA LAME BACK?
HAVE YOU RHEUMATISM. KIDNEY, LIVER OR BLADDER
TROUBLE?
Pain or dull ache In the hark is rri-
dem f kidney trouble, it is Na
ture's timely warning t, show you
thai Hi,- track of health is nut clear,
Danger KIximIh.
if these danger signals are un
heeded more serious results follow;
HrlKht's disease, which is the worst
form "i kidney trouble, may steal up
on you.
The mild and Immediate effect of
Swamp-Root th.- great kidney, liver
and bladder remedy is soon realized.
It stands the highest for its remark
able curative effect in tho most dis
tressing cases. If yoU need ii medl
clne, you should havr thr best,
l.aiuc Hack.
I, amr hark is only one ol' many
Symptoms of kidney trouble, other
symptoms showing that vou nerd
Swam,,-Hoot ai r, heinK obliged to pass
water often during the day and to
gal up many times ,111111111; thr niht
Inability to hold urine, smarting in
passing, uric arid, headache, disslness,
indigestion, sleeplessness, nervousness,
sometimes Ihe heart acts badly, rheu
matism, bloating, lack of ambition,
may be loss of flesh, sallow com-
plexion.
Provalency of Kidney Disease,
.Most people do not realize the
alarming increase and remarkable
prevalency Ol kidney disease. While
kidnev disorders are the most com
mon diseases that prevail, they are
almost tite last recognised by patient
and physicians, who usual!) content
themselves with doctoring the effects,
while iiir original disease constantly
undermines the system.
Sample Bottle Sent Free,
cent ana, I onc-d,,IMr
It drni,' stores.
Regular fift
size bottles at
Don't make any mistake, lint ri'
member the name, Dr. Kilmer'
Swamp-Hoot, and the address. RinK
ham too, N. V.. which you ill find
mi every bottle.
EDITORIAL NOTICE To prove the wonderful merits of Swamp
Root Von may have a sample bottle and a hook of valuable information,
both sent absolutely free by mail. The book contains many of tin thous
ands of Irttrrs received from men and w omen who found Swamp- Hoot tn
lie just the remedy they nee led. The v alue and success of Swamp-Re"
is so well known that our readers are advised to send for a Sample botOs.
Address nr. Kilmer & Co., R Ingham ton, N, v., be sine t,, say you t 4
this generous offer in the Albuouefqua Morning Journal. The genuineness
of tins ofter is guaranteed.
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rid aw ,,f i he aged rancher, testified
ri.t b. r husband vv.,s in feeble health
ihr tune hi' was killed by Snr.-d
Jamiarv. Arguments assist lo-
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TKI.XTMI T. v. hypodermics used.
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billn sTar ao often. They are a worry and
a needicuM expenwe. Tho fray to atop tlicin ia
tn have a roofiiijj lluil never nerds repairs.
There would lie no rcstMsir billa if yos w-niilil use
PBKRIaK88 ROOFINO.tha best roofisuikncrwaX.
it in absolutely weather proof, rosls nsaa tauSSI
tli.' old sly li- ronfiiics uml you can lay it yoinsoll.
li s tho roofing al eternal satisfaction. Come in
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