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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 13. 1915.
FIVE OX ive. 1012, a now play open ' ii now theiitcr intrndminK n ncwstMrtotlieim'troptillc The (hwiierwrnithprort. The piny ..ivl- o' Mv 1 If" rt." Tim ar was was i 1 " Laurene Taylor. j, is said that up to thut liiifht truly producer, Oliver Ioros-o. then kll0,vn us WW" MiMB''r: t,,(! l,l!,y vrik'l't ' 'liir"e' Ml,lll"ni' n,ul ,lle mt to he believed tliey bad n chance or8,.,ccss. The rest Is history. They ...ke t. tint themselves famous. And hpv have since become very rich, fr L' MiW'H" little pla.v proved to be the rsi successful In the annuls of the A'ui.TH itii st"i-'e ' twenty-one years -BOt the Hae-l. nor the greatest, but (ruin a I"' "llu'e tandttoliit the most kUtV,,nl. To U lieltiiiK record of Over(joo consecutive performances, mt u,rokei, run of seventy-six week, or ...jrly l J'ears In one theater. Like that of most successful theatri cal ventures, the basic Idea of this play Is a simple one-the eternal nppoul of vuuiii and love. The "tag" line of the n. s eh that riims down Hie tiiiil 'unain-"My father says there's nullum: half sweet 111 life as love's Toiiiiirtlreiiiu'-ls the hey to the whole drama. The I'M of "IV- ) My llearf is ulther complicated nor very uiiuhuiiI. ftp's father was 1111 Irish patriot. He iwiried a member of an Kurdish fami ly M.iiiL'iiic t" the "classes," the oth members of which regarded him as out if the "masses" and not to lie tolerated. Thus IVs's mother was ilis iiiliet'ittil and died of n broken heart. Tlii Kill father takes her to America ami is both father and mother to her. La i er her mother's brother on his dcmlilied attempts to make amends. Hi bf'ineiith to Vi g the sum of ilOO. pui. with the stipulation that she shall i0 hi Eiinliiwl and live in the house hold of her aunt, Mrs. Chichester, who is a widow with r son and a daughter, Aluric and Kthel. I'eg is to be kept in Unurnnee of ber legacy, and the Clikursters are to receive l,0tM) a year In return for her maintenance and ed ucation. This arrangement she also Is unaware of. When she first appears, with the faithful Michael in lier arms, the is sent, to the kitchen by the v. 7l v". ; S , HTVV ftt ' J t v t L &r . r Wn .v- . 4 l K K - vS I i ' - ' t t 'V V, " l v; Impudent, Immortal. Qlowin?:, Refreshinj; Ycuth h iimbodied In Peg haufibly Elbel. Angered by the co'i.t formality of ber aunt's grot'tlns ami the narrow conventions nf Hnylisli so ciety life, she determines to take Mi ehiii'l, who lias been rclcualed to the stable, and return to ber father 011 I lie next steamer. She is persuaded, how ever, to remain and "try U" for 11 month by 1 friend she meets at the Chichester home w hom she knows only as .lei ry. Klhel is oiirrylnc on a secret love af fair with a married man, with whom she plans, to elope. 1'ck discovers ibis plan and with treat shrewdness imi only saves her cousin from its wroich. I'd conseiiiences, but from the other members of the family leariiliiK the trtiih. In the meantime iug ami Jerry have been rapidly falling in love. He has befiinded ber from the lirst. anil she !s very fond of him. but at the last moment, when she discovers that he Is in reality Sir Corald Adair, a wealthy landowner, she believes that he, too, has been making fun ot lief. She once more decides to return to her father and leaves the house, but 's driven back into it by a sudden thun derstorm. Jerry soothes her childish fears, and In the end, of course, , they both realize that they have been play inK at cross purposes, and he clasps her in his arms. Thus little lVi: comes into iter own. Yes; peg is more than yoimc, fho Is Irish, which is very important, for ll bestows upon ber added to I lie wit, the poesy, the willfulness, which arc the companion inheritances of Celtic bloml-that strain of eiuislle sadness thut mellows Krin's sweetest melodies. The irresponsible romanticism ceholnj; in ber cry, "Must J no when the mu sic's comln' across the flowers anil the moon's so big ob, tis a lovely 1u.m11, Jerry!'' after they've come home from the dance; the sly, bubbling humor typified in the remark, "You can't raise the Irish on a lot of books-It's never been done they'd die on your huiuK" and the warm Uearlod loyalty that breathes forth in the asseiveration: "My father can do anything at all. He's the most wonderful man in the whole world. 1 get very home sick for my father" all these are Irish and very human. Maybe that'll the Hoerel ot the play's plieuomenal appeal, its bumanness. PLEA OF GUILTY BY EIGHTY IN TO CONSPIRACY Demurrers Tiled in Cases of Twenty-six Other Officials of Teire llaulc, Includm:', Mayoi Don M, Roberts, FRISCO TROLLEY L IS MENACED BY T EY CABS DON'T SUFFER j WITH NEURALGIA ' Mnsterole Clc Delicious Comfort. 1 Wtcn IhoHe sliai p pains no Htnot ii' Mroi";li i:r hrml. when your - .-K 1 1 1 si eiiiM as If It wmlil ipUt, Just 111I1 a little M I'STKlti U.K on the teni '!e: mill link. II lililUM out the ir t hi iiidimI intl, xuotlics ii way the piun - RIVI S llll. k relief. , .l CSTKIti H.l'! in 11 .1 an. white mm 1 11 1 ii t , iiiiolt' wiih ml of mii-iai'il. Maiuuu A Kill IJi Is Snivel oi Mat Mo le II I Railroads V v I on vim K til Piolilcm 1 1 : . -1 1 .1 . . IBV MOKNINV lOUthlk Cll. LtBIP Wlt I ihI:.ii,;i puiis, Jun. 1 L". - Thai a coll.-piracy to corrupt the election of November :!, HtH, limt evivteil. u.is ailinltti il by elKhtv linn who before .helue A. I'.. Aiulerson in I'niteit Stutis ilislilct coint I01l.1v plc.'olccl uuihy In nil Inilli Uncut rclmticil bv the lederal rallil Jure ihc il,i be- liTe I 'lll'iM IllilS. I''. It; lit olhel i of I he 114 ih Icuil.ilits pleailcil in t KiiillY ii 1 It Oeiniii l et s were fileil for the icnialnlm; L'ti prisoners, incliiillnif Mat or D nil M I'd" rts, fircnil .IihIkc Kli 11. Iteilman, t'lty Jmle Thoai.ei Soiilh. Sheillf licnnis Shea ami 1 ther cilV nli'l county ottielal j o liiiiniinllv I"ti niUeil. 1 While It was Renerally Limwii that some of the id femliinls w until plead guilty, the l.tl'Ko ninntiir thai nil -wiM'cil "nolc.v" twin n . 't'.lert before tlie court (ine-.'il tni.ch Hiirprlse. These who mlnillliil uuill did 110 without the promise of immunity. They were inn sentcnivil toil.iy since they nrc iMiooicil to 1 . s 1 i I for the Koycrnlnelil ill the eases to lie lllcil. Willi few eeeplloli Ihc prominent 1, n il in the allc;;c( oae piracy h.n 1 1 ciii 1 1 il 1 1 liuhl t!ic .baizes aielj have etnliloyeil l!i pir viilallve A. 1 . 1 Stanley of Henderson, Ky., a-' chief; counsel. In aiblilii n to Kohtrts. r.eiliuan. Smith Hint Elicit those for win in ilcmiirici's were filed rtre: William Pi. vie. tlcorjie Krnluirt, ; member hoard public works: Arthur1 t'.illis. t'liarles llouKhton, John Kane, diehard Kniu ltcy. I'crlie McKay, .l.din M.iMsclinli, former suite rcpre-j sciitative and Inspector of seals and ( ineasiires; Ihury Moninomcry .r.si ; lent board of worK.-: i'rcii .tioriisoi, l.i wis Niinlcy. AoiticW ti lli ien, Wil liam 1 'Dotincll, Joseph H'Mara, Hil ton lleilman, tieore Hoverill, Joseph Straus, Miner l- r.noou. t oy coino- , trollcr: ileorue Waodall, v -nm- ,oiiBNt trtriAL ii.iid ef i San Kraiic.M'n, Jan. 1 1!. Jitney i bum s -common automobiles w lib h i 1 onipete nuain.u the street cars for, fiVc-ccn; fares have become a tnc-, nace ihnl is ciiKaitintt the "ei i.ms al-i tcntioti of ..ttcei ra i! 1 . 11I .Iticals in; Pacific c.i i-:t .'it h s. 1 hal l, s II. I'daeK, Ketn-ial matia;;er of the 1'ni.e I Hall- 1 roads of s.in l' l'iiio 1 s. ... announced to- ! day that 110 1 xtcnsions of lines .0 H.-rvi' e would be 11 ad. r, a ken I v his' 1 on-iialiy until the pi ..lilcin w as ' H'lvtd. Tiiis ii 11 1101 1 n rt.. ui followed ;i reported cancellation b a l.os An teles slie.t railroad conli.:n of an 1 order for :'Mi new .11 ' The liinev bus oiitinated at l.oiu; , I lle i-'h, t'al.f.. invaded l in- Aniseb-s ; I and then found its way to the San I Ktain is. o hay 1 iti. s. There arc about ' I t.'.a operating In this city now ninlj I the prediclion is made that the num- 'her will It Increaseil lo ;,iin within 1 1 four wceUs. The jiln.ys usually scr j Vict able a. c illd halld car.- follow III. ! tonics of Ihc i,l reel railroads, cany j In iv a pa seui'.cr as far for five iei.li 1 as he ' a 11 no by a Mrc. 1 nr. than 1 does not Id ter' I io. lei'1 and h urs. s f 1 no nd .Ml': '11:1:1 il. i: f..r I t on. Ii itis, 1 roup, 111' 01a. 1 111 .1 'ia, I 'one. -si I : lo u real " 10, I .u 10 1. a '.at . lies ot the lan k or Ma-M leM Spiains, Ciuis. Frost.- I I c. i 1 '..Ids "i oi l 1 n t o w nis I 'neiitoo At i.ai' tlrue,i.',.i Jat s, a n.l a p. cia I lor SJ.-'.a. niu . lard plasti r Hid 011- iat, slil- aul;ly Sole Till'. Nc ii. " oil, I ' I ' UI i S , I'ains and .loinls. Sole , t 'hi 1 Ida 10s. Hie ('lies! Ill ii.i I in l'".c and ".nc at- hospital s.z I! siir. 'l.i-: v.. II K't III. TKia what oii 1 'oicpam . 1; nil 1 imilal ,tl M mil 1 role fl. . land. ( Hi JAPAN PROBABLY IGNORE CHINESE NOTE I ( '..in. .Ian. I t (II ; tile lelisi) 11 I el V. China us a 1 . suit o riki .O.inwiM III.) Ml. II Jat II. not. and el by .liinev Oioiri- Oruaoic. The rush I., eiiler the liinini ss has l.ullcd in 1 It 11 11 1 it vt "I. f 1 1 ii- slocks of secoiid-haiid cars at several auto mobile atsetielcs. iiwm rs of the so 1 ailed buses are perf.ftinK a stale wide ot'saulalion mid laklnj; steps to fiklit proposed .'.laslic license nicaa- t 'hiua lo 1 Ii eat I'.i it. 1 in ami .la p 1 n. an j iiounei,',", I an I 1 'Inn. 1 In;- :u. t lo-.l I 1 , ai- on 1 1 1- :'!ia ui ..ue p- i.l ic ol 1. H Is not i.l 1.10.I I 1. t .la I an Will .mi.. 1 I he not it .. al 100. II s not I..--: beted thai Japan will wild. 'law ic r I Hoops 1 1 ..in 1 1..- Si ii.Ihii' l.aF'oa.l. as 'the w,it between an. ib-rieauv , has not ended. I ores. IMin.ali i n,; thai I he liVeta ' for Ha. If in a y - iui; iis owner 1 mould. I tllle el'n-cl ( j am e has been ! slreetn a fleet tin bib r. such Mnvandee I Fll'lll avenue, ie by drivel s .1.1 1 1 1- car 11, no anw hih salmv of Indicate a ill pay 1 .". a Combing Won't Rid Hair of Dandruff Timothy Conway and John lltd GREAT HIT WITH HflRIrn Tabor r.rand in Imivi r, the llocky . bomis count, the i ! I-1 J--' belles and a Mountain News of that city says: A ni.-rtcan hero (rem IMH111- "The Kival niiiltitudc il.al scan Ik- ; "H"' ' ' ' "'I l"'. s. t,t, just as if It was out the funnies' in the n. u -sp., .,.-is 1 a C0I1.111 show. With plenty of siiiK were present in numbers that made I in;; and foolinu Hie liiece moved it almost imiios-ible to yet a seat yes- ; '"'iskly nlont? and radialcd joy to a terday wh.-n tlie cartoon play. Hi inn-1 " "i1'" ''"''ovcrinu' from too much !mr I'll Father,' opened at the Tabor. merry t'hristnias. j "This latest ,1ailati..n from the; llatti'l.i's Unfile Is lt.nl. nrillirn nrnni r iconic wilMilement W bread and com-: "Tom Jlavctly played Jiijcs Mahol 1 1 r HI II JK'' H I" 1 1 Hi P "I prPttWHlTT. fr It style mt hunn.r mill ne-. poor father, Willi vior 11 n.l vim ULIllLII I LUI LLIrn;ll's 'f approval allended Ihc ad-'atid a hio-ue that wonl come olf j ventures of the unfortunate Jiysis j with his makeup. , iMulmney. who was in the nnonioa of I "'Mother,' in the petsoti of Sadie 1 j tic inK made ot.r by his ambillous -, iniff, was inspiring in si;-.e and color.! GeOrCe McMailUS' IniinitablC1 u"" "''",' ,'"r!!el t Ji.vs:.sh nide over father like h lurm- red 1 Iliad started nie as a sccie.u iu tonrlni; car over a ciiernniar. fense," Mr. Harrison added. "And I hope thai there will mow out of that M'catrr respect for the army." PROHIBITION IfJ ARIZONA MOST DRASTIC OF ALL Thirst "rentes I aiilitci'. "Alibn M.rioskie. our hero, had ai Character Wins a Happy j Home, According to Rocky f ;.;-f;. ju. - 'v;1-;,,--;;, ,"V,;::;;:nv:, himEggnog for Medicinal Pur- MOLintam NeWS, contractor, and the pursuit of iij "Thomas Swift, who played in j nQSes BaH Cd Q H Cl NO AlCO iloamititf .liaiiKin "nun m- ..,. nil I ' Dnllnrr ' - I jn everjllimi? from a rinu pot j nulhots of the pi. . .There Is) DC USCCl 111 D a K I It Z, to a hotwalcl' bottle, c"ea!cd niueh ! enough Iraln in tl'.e pic, ore ol tnc te of the uproarious fun of tin- piece. , ccnsii in tion process of the Mahotiey "The two old Irish comedians, thel family lo make the piece aniusim;." t'.reen. The eilil who liechled to malte their fiwlns on ideas of not guilty are; Harry Falker, Thomas Hradv, Wil- 'liim Crockett. F.dwar.l nrlscoit, 1 u employes; H rt Hill, Charles . Mil- j , r, Jack StinuhA' and Maurice j Walsh. I KiRht of the einhly who pleaded j mi Ilty were employes or former cm- j ployes of the Ten e Haute city ad- j ministration ami included J. Kdwai'd j Holler, within the last week deposed us chief if police; John F. Nunent. j former nluht chief "f ' police: Fnno , Harms, custodian city ball; llohcrt i I.lcyd, ioiiccm:iu: Jos.-po jeu.-in. iiieclal iioliceman and heck und Walt' enildo-s, The bartenders, nib sons without The entire the court room K. ! nave 1 chai Kcd t the jitney's a.. car lo drive from lb. of douhlc-d. cl;c I anio ns ale common in New York, and which 1 len-ceni fare. TRADE BALANCE F OR WEEK SHOWS UP WONDEHFULLY I Tin only mrc win to y -t 1 id ..I' dan. ilri'M' b In dl'-ohe it, then ymi deslroy il enlnelv. 'I o do this, . t about lour oa in es of old 11:1 ry p'iul.1 arvcii: 1 1 1 1 ' '. 'it al tin lit wli.-n r.lirint;; use -uou"h ' to moisten t'e !.eal. ii ml rob It ir. , M'ui ly i t li 1 he f inner tips. l'o this I'.nlMit. and I'V nioruini; most, if not all, of your dandruff will ; I.e rone, and three or four more np ' pllcatlotiM will eoiiiidetely dissolve mid ' ent rely destroy every rlnnle ".Ikii and trace ol it, no mailer how mm h dan ' di iiff 011 may hat e. I You will t nd, loo, that all 1 1 1 h mr and iliMKini; of the scalp v-W stop al once, ami your hair will ne tinny, iim Irou, mIossv, silky and soft, and look and feel a hundred times better, Voii can K'el ll'iui.l niton al any dt'llif slot' . Il is Inexprnsu e and never fails o do the work. Spcakiiia of the reception accord-i fil "UrbiRiTiK I'p Father," which re rntly played an enna;ement at the r GCNeRAa- L t , -s S.HERN1AH , 60CIF.TY VIUU HAVE ( ' S , f ... N wa, richt: J To CO SOME TO , ' S S ' .'ii Bread, Harry Fore Coordes, city hall .titers were mostly ;ed numhlem and per- an 1 ecupalion. hiidt of defendanls left at Liberty to ret urn 10 their homes, those who entereo pious to uwail a smnuioiis from the district nltnrnev and those for whom demur rers were filed I" return January 20 for the al't'.umcnt. . ainBNlk joul IPICIU 1IIID lfl i AV'iishiiiKloii, Jan. II'. A favioralde j trade l.alance on foreign inerchandise transactions at the thirteen principal1 ciiNlotim norts in the t'nlted Stales! of JU."i,fl!iL',4.'i:! was iinnonnced by the j Tnlnf Ills', (.ralnlnir, I'npcr lliiinrlni; SIGNS .IOII HI Klttilll 1'lione IIII.VI L'01 Lewis Avt. BinEE is " fiihhiiii c in HIUIinULL IU 1 n nn m n mi ly MONINO JOUML PCU Lian mtmwl Phoenix. Ari.., inn. 1- Wiley Jones, attorney Retieral of Arizona, rendered an opinion today, that tin' 1 new Arizona prohibition law coiili! j not be suspended in favor of eUK'iu K i to relieve a will's weal; ho.rt, or of ; lemon extract containint; a little al ! oohol, which a woman needed to fla vor hakety cakes. Concentrated enf i fee also came under the ban. I Tho attorney Kt'inral rendered thr? I opinion In rely to a larne nuniher of ! niiiiric: concerning the scope of the law. ' ! "XolhitiK II"1' ""V ,H" c" ,,f"'e ns 'a beveraffe which may Intoxicate can , be used or introduced Into the state," i was his sweeping rubrm. ! The first arrest under the prnv'. i sion of the law prohibiting the Im portation of Ibpior occurred today at 1 I nuiglas where Francisco MartinfZ, I a wealthy Mexican cattleman was la'; ! en Into custody for huvini; a ipiarl of whiskey in his possession when ne Ciilliibi.il llu-lne-s Miimittcr. CbicaKo, Jan. 1 1. Inmes Callahan, former manager of the Chicago Amer ican league hall club, Will be business manager of the cluh Ibis year, 11cc1.nl-i,,.- to 1.11 iinnouncenn nt today by Charles C miskcy, owner of the club. CROSSJEfElSB 1 department of commerce tonight fori' the week ended January !l. 1 Ins was 1 an Increase of $ 1 4.720 over the: balance in favor of the Fulled States for the week ended January 2. Secretary li.dfiel.l said be consid ered the showing one of the mo.st re markable ever made by I ho 1 niled Kin I oh In a similar period. He laid the figures before the cabinet at today's meetillK. Kxports for the week of January amounted lo $(! 1 .XliO.lM 7 as against $t'l,4s,r.ii4 for the previous week. Imports tola lied $ Jl,7-T,T!t I against t :':i.nr,(i. x:i I . The exports for the week ended included Hal, Hal! ha li h of col Ion. DRUMMER ALLEYS ii.ii: i:xi:i:iisi: Try a panic of ten plus. 205 West (.old. Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works I'll lit ncrrs Founders Mclilnlnti Castings in iron, Hnia, Kronaa, Aluminum, Kleelrle. Motors, OH En gines, I'utnpH and Irrigation. Work und Office. A Ihiuiuerqim. CHILD IS BILIOUS OR CONSTIPATED 1 1 FOR A BAD COLD 1 -4..MM.4.4.4...-"t.--"---.4-...4-4" The nut est wav to slop 11 cold Is lo liven the livei and cleanse the bowels, and the nicest cathartic to do ibis Is a lu-eenl box of 'nsea rets. Take one or Ivvo CascatelH lonlghl and your cold may he gone by morning. CHICHESTER S PILLS t 1 in: in Ao.M t;iiM. a. lO'Mral AU your liig ial ( j i M-fU-1a MtwuitniJ HrHnlxN riium n i i' ii inMouiAvr ort, Kfuii tih hi'ie KiiUm. V 'l'itl. ti l l.r. Im at Tftur " tr ii tir tat. MA'VlHNa II.'I XMp I'II IMh UA SOLD BY DRUGtiiSTS (At KY'tVHLfiE I crorse.l the internatioiial boundary. He w.M held under $.'dl0 bond. 1 0B1EB BANK O I MS, lissing the I'iii pi Llt'iaiv fit Wnr Fyi. .nils . .i-a.iion of .1 10s. j 1 1 it 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 ' t : Pill , h 1 r 1 ' I'""'' '' '" ' Ncpmnd for hicioassn ,iia,.;e .,.n.i.. i.m .... , ff,i,,';nry of Standing Army ! ::;":.',' '.V, oill f'J('t ', e(i ald I lo pi Ill ' 1 "' ba t pi e ... 1 l"i 1 e III.- pi.. U, I "' f.l III. JIM , I ! - el 1- I contending that it would create nuir-'of the .oast aililleiy bill would bring , ! y -, thousand vacancies in the trade! imu arm of sen Ice up to fifty per; ! of si con. 1 liculenaiit and provi.U d fr ! e.-n.t of the ntrenglh !l would have in disproporlloii of colonels and h.-ii-'war. He sa.d be considered this the) ! '.., ,w , W '" ''ur" ma I lr. In cause the Imu- j Secrelan Harvis,,,, said the bills j l-.l l'"l'-'" '" the I nitod States' I , , , ,' ;., Hie u -ir collcg. 1 Uia.le its n.asi ib l'lises of ftl'eillest O'OJ "" "' : 1 I,. uh,.l I'.-.,.,, ,, I and that he ba.t in-: -" "" ' "" I ,.,-,- .,. V of t I..- : t-iyV BIHl, he S.II.I, V.ollld Slllk M . 1 ...... 1 ...... .a,.., 1..., .... ...,1.1 1 like challles IIK'IHISI I lie eon si c- I lenses ill 01 1I.1 !,, di op a tew 1 ,- h -iis ill',. . itl. :. I ). 11,1 a I Wi av er, ebief of I h ellillen. told lb TO PA! 42 CENTS 01 THE DOLLAR bv his dir. cli.m I ulna ted that Ho lil-e-a iii ai tl 1 v should I t songlit. He said lb" MalellielUs 01 j ! ,e reasons I or ill" t iiiounieiil s,- ! I, clod would I"' diafi. ,1 al on, e f"l ! ', li e . ollllliii:. .- 1 ,.l .s I II v for llo gi ml ty monim ..ouhnau 1.PKC1. LCAtcn Wlf I Chicago Jan. H. The iP'luiict I .a ndnm 1 Malle street Trust & Savings bank, ot j which William l.orlmcr Is president, coast will he lucky to pay M per cent of Its omiiiillce that oiitatindin;; liabilities, aeeni.ling lo tlie I niled ,-iai.i bad expended $ I 7.'.,- ; I est i ninny given today by William ' . m il. nun on its i nii.-l d, . us, s since ' Mblaek, receiver for the bank in an v., and 1. an iii 111..1.-1 nil they n.rcjnclifcu for us ih. 'solution brought by "H.e b. si 111 (he wori.l.' He Mibnot-j Htale Auditor loady Mr. Xild'O a 0,11.1,1 f i,,n. l.i i- or trni.H soiled that ll I""1'" '' l...;hU l fc, '-!, LOUD Pk -' .I..11. I S ,1 d- piil ,1.1'. I 1, -M l i, gill ir Ion is in chi, would be le-.hzed I10111 nie lenuiuui III. Ill lo sll'.W ni.lt loole ,.U 11 ,i 1 .o-i.cn. ... no- 0.11,1, 0, 11 . 1 - IUI.' ill .if nl li Heeded. In -.in lo I iiuei -Ian ! i nn . 11 .''-I I -.l". hi ,,si,, d S 11 ,V li , 1 Hi I,; ill I e di 11,1- to II i ll, I'.I III o I lie I ,i , I of i.l, .'.an, iitiu. ' . : I i 1 11 i, ' l. tile lei e.t . r and i I laui. I . Hal k in stale bar, I, .ill. "'''"' I ,01, nidi, an d Ih-'l bl'icli 01 the hank ,;. e . pad li, 11 loaned .l (lie ll .10 1 nt, ., : of l.oilia, r iila) C H Mu'l I Look, Mother! If tongue is i' coated give "California ! Syrup of Figs," i Fvery mother realize, after RivinK iher rhiblren "California Syrup ol iKIliS," that this Is their Ideal laxative, Ihecause they love its said, taste 'and It thoroughly cleanses the tender Millie utouiiii h, liver und bowels wlth 'ont arijiin pr. j When cross, irritable, feverish or ihreath is bad, Ftomaeh sour, look at jthe toiiRiie, mother! If coaled, Klve n Iteaspooiifnl of this harmless "fruit ilaxalive," anil in a few hours all Hie ifoiil. constipated waste, sour bile and iiiridiKesleit food passes out of I he I bowels, und you have a well, playtul 'child wjaln. When ils lillle system Is .full of cold, throat sore, has slnmneh jache, diarrhoea, Indinesl ion, colic Irenie'mber, a kooiI "inside eleanslnn jshonld always be the first treatment IKlven. , I Millions of mot hern l,e-p ' aliroiiiia 'Svrup of Kilts" handy; I hey know a lleasiioonfiil today ituvest a sick child I I011101 row. Ask N out ,lruuel for 1 ;r,il-ceot holtle of "California Syrup ol 1 Kilts," which has directions lor babies, johihlr-n of all imu and "lown-nps Ipriiiled on the hi.ltlc llewai'e or li olllllel (cits oh here, so don't h" ifooled. Cet the Keun.lie, made I'V I "i 'nii ., ruin I in H I up 1 'oinpaliv." I ipiu rM 1 iti. i.u.HH i'i ( 01 1.11 j 'l oiiubs lloil hank,' on d, in, Hid I I, ealoo Id rdol and I hlnk ' II" ,i"-"U j ,,...1 . oll-H.o.i ... 1..-. I, II ...I ll-il H I ,,ll ,. e'l Ml "lid I.. -H'l ' I l.'-c I'" I' - Whiter-Ecru Curtain Nets 36 to 45 Inches Wide Values Up to 45 Cents, On Sale Toduu 19c . I II. II 111 .. I 11 , ,. pa . I-- l.i I., li ! 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