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THE OARRIZOZO NEWS.
FASHIONS IN FURS FOR FALL-WINTER Peltry of Every Conceivable Vari ety Is to Be Much in Evidence. STRIPE IS VERY DESIRABLE Dorders and Plnda of Rich Color In Contrntlng Arrangements Are Used New Shades for rn. . A poor eiciiKn In better than none, anil so tnllmly will comfort her con. sjlence ns she digs drvp In her pock etboolc mill purchases nut; of tin fur wrups of tlm new season with tlm fact thnt ii chilli milt or rout would rout In somn ciibcm almost na much, writes a prominent fashion correspondent. In truth furH nro proportionately nhout n k expensive nnil the only mi nim Hint thcro In anything within rench in that every conceivable fur la In fashion. I'nrls has been iistimlshlngly cnllio lie In thla respect of Into nnil iiihIit (he exigency of the times admitted to I In- 1 lt of possible furH such lesser pulls us Mongolluu limit, rabbit, coney, ravWalri jaWaWaaBaT'fTb -'.'LUT Taupe dlvet de lalne ault trimmed with embroidery of the aame color and taupa raccoon. Hat la of clip ped beaver; pheasant tall decora tion hangs down. llHiieliurliin dog nnil oven ordinary lioue rut. Am tin1 scarcity of furs i ii i ( 1 11 11 I through liiHt winter olil f tn n went dragged out of Urn inolli bull Cloitit nnil worn until Hutu whs not a fur left Unit might tint be seen ou tho MreuU of I'nrls. Fortunately this brought every fur lulu piny, for Juxt Imagine the prices If only two or Ihreu furs linil hup pclied to lie In fashion, ns In xniuu H'U 6Y1IIB I 111 st . Tills Ii not to sny (hut there tiro not fuvorlte furs this jenr, ton, but he cilice oiiie of thn less expensive furs lire In belter standing IIiiiii usual Is iiot mi inillciitlou (but xnble, eriulmi or fmy of the furs Unit lire iilwuys IiIkIi In prim tire out of It, ltuleeil, It Is not mi iiinrli it piestlnn of the kind of fur us tho milliner In which It Is nimle up nnil the color. Umy furs, squirrel utul clilBi'lillln uru ii shade more In ilcumml lliun tlinxu In other tones. Talis as a Oecoratlon. AbuIu, It tuny be merely u matter of , tnttt, mill the wmp or fur piece that altl count the must talis Is enslly the ( winner. i I'rohiibly the rage fnr tail la trace ntitn to the ruge) fnr fringe and an milt uvtrythlitR Unit dangle wltli itrry motion of tin wMrer. eHddom nt the tails placed any when- near Ute) Mint imtur intended them to b. i'lactd close enough together til farui n sMnhluuce of fringe la thu approved mrlliod, bat as thla Is decidedly exiwn sir the close formation In short spore la sometimes seen. The dolman, more In evidence hero Ulan abroad, la Tory apt to show n lone trine f tails that runs from the wrtat MMttftbt down under the arms to the bottom of tlm hem, otherwise it Mr fin down the shies nnil nrouml tbe bark or uround thu Iwltom with MM Mliy ut tho sleeves. It Is seen used In two wuya nhutit tlii Ntliim, either ljured at thu tup of the he'u falling on top of tho fur or iitioilt thu lower edge nnil liatiElng iftb. An ermine evenliiK wmp by nn Atuerlcmu liousu has n lull fringe nil uhilVe thn hem, tho llltli) dark lulls pmceil very close, nod showlni; up welt fitnjtvit U "if- riiu idcevcs of fits w fop n-e wlllu iiinl lloppyt being supplied with n xopnrnto elongated llap like n rnpe, nnil the collar, wry strangely, Is of sliver fox. Stripes Ara In Evidence. Stripes, so very well llkitl In frocks ami suits. Ilnd rellectlou In the furs If the arrangement of the markings, so any fur thnt has by nature a durk stripe Is very desirable for the dirge wraps that are so frequent. Kor this purpose rlilnrhllln nnd mink nro Immensely popular nnil the things that the designer do Willi tho pelts tiro extraordinary. On u wrap of mink for evening or afternoon wear tho stripes run up nnd down for the major portion, hut a whin bund of Iho fur with the stripes running In the oppoxllo direction Is mitred In thn front corners nnd crosses tho buck nt tho bottom, Tho collar on this wrap, which Is typically French, Is very largo mid falls over the shoulders nnd half way down the anus bordered with It horliontnl band of mink, bringing thu lino straight ncross tho figure. Tho l'nrlslau with her short skirls wenrs theso nil enveloping wraps ex ceedingly well. Kxtictly tho length of thn skirt underneath, thu wrap still escapes being cumbersome, particular ly us tho cut Is most npt to ho straight niul the sleeves rudimentary. Hither slits In n capo or very short sleeves In the corns tint seen. Neither American makers" nor buy ers abroad favor the short sleeves In furs, so the coatees and cu-its on this sldo uro till vffcred with regulation sleeves. , Large Collars and Cuffs. Large collars mid cuffs of thu longer haired pelts aro 11 fen turn of ninny full suits, Skunk, fox mid pointed fox nro used and thu collars uro cut high, glv Ing u luxurious air to tho suit. When thu ttxo of hands nnd largo pockets Is noted It Is usually In closo fur, us seal, squirrel or beaver. A suit of French hluo velours Is fashioned with llnrlng lines from thu wulxt nnd u vest mid high rolling chin collar of squirrel fur. Tho fur Is arranged so (hut thu stripes run horizontally ncross the front of the vest. The slm- plu tailored suit without n belt utul trimmed with largo collar nnd cuffs of fur Is sunt to he ouu of Iho smartest feutures of the fall openings. l'ervenche Is one of thu new shades that luivu been captured for the fall It Is named fur tho little French tlower by (hat name, which wo seo onri) In n while In an old trden lu this country under tho naiuo of myr- tie. It Is u shiido of lavender which Just escapes coming under tho head of blue. Many Drowns and Tans. lmvotyn Is not considered ns smart ns velvet for tho fall or winter hat. Also ono will nolo when scanning Iho collection In tho best shops that there are almost no dark blue huts, but quantities of nil shades of browns mid tans, wlillo fen thers nro greatly In the majority us trimming. Velvet shirred and plaited very closely mid very cleverly handled Is sulllclent to distinguish boiiio of the very high- priced models. Two new sport hats of special Inter est nre masterpieces In handwork and Nasty Colds Get Instant relief with "Pape's Cold Compound" Don't slay sluffcd-tipl Quit blowing mil snuffling ! A doso of "I'npo's Cold Compound" taken every two hours un til tin eo doses are tnken usually breaks up n cold mid ends nil grippe misery. Tho very first doxo opens your clogged-iip nostrllii mid tho nlr pass uges of the head: stops nose running) relieves tho headache, dullness, fever Ixlmess.stieexlng. soreness aiwl stiffness. 'I'npo's Cold Compound" la tho quickest, surest relief known and costs only n few rents nt drug stores. It nets without assistance. Tastes nice. Con tains no quinine, Insist on I'npo sl Ka. Worse Than the Lover. -U'ltiil lu wnrwi" ilnliliiltilnil till) lovely girl, disgustedly, "tlinn n man who will make love to you, In spite of all you can do?" It seemed to demnnil n reply, so thn other lovely girl said: "Ono Hint won't. A Feeling of Security You naturally feci secure when you know t lit t the tardlcinn you sre aliout to lake 1 ah'olutrly pure and contain! no harmful or li.ibit producing drugs, Huch a medicine ii Dr. Kilmer's Swamp. Hoot, Llilnry, liver nnd bladder rrmrdy. The f.-'ir standard of purity, strength and eirclleure in maintained in every Ixitlle of Swamp Hoot. It ii scientifically compounded from vegetable herbs. It It not a timulint and Is taken in imipnonful doe, It it nnt recommended for everything. It It nature's ureal helper In relieving and overcoming kidney, liver anil blad der trnublet, A sworn itnlcinent of purity It with very bottle uf Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Hoot. If you neeit a medicine, you should h.ivo the hot. On xnle at all drug tlurit In bottlct of two ilzet, medium and Urge. However, if you winli lint tu try till irrat preparation rend ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & t'o Illngliamtoii, N. Y fur a miopia bottle. When writing hi turo and mention tliit paper. Adv. The Unselfish Qlrl. "Do you like .Miss I'mllloi" "Yes, she's so generous. Never keeps nnythlnu to herself nnd Is ul ways ready to give nuay even her best friend. - London Tlt-lllts. ASPIRIN FOR COLDS Name "Bayer" Is on Cenulna Aspirin say Bayer Inxinr on "Ilayer Tablets of Aspirin" In n "Iboer package." containing prop er directions for Colds, 1'nlti, Head mlif. Neuralgia, Lumbago, and ltheu- mat Km. Nunip "Ilayer" means geiinltio Axplrln prescribed by physicians for iihii-ieen ears. Handy tin boxes of 1. tablets vi'tt few rents, Aspirin Is trndo murk of Ibiyer Manufacture of Mono- oretleacldoHtcr of Kalleyllcncld, Adv, WHO ARE THE MIDDLE CLASS Brain Worker Who Ar Compelled to Do Manual Labor te Eka Out an Existence. Pew force lens" so strongly to pro duce social cnnsclouxiiess ns n griev ance. Not so mniiy years ngo ntie might hnve searched the world nnd found nobody who would ndmlt ho aiis of tho middle class, remarks the New York Times, The term was nn epithet used In derision, As the mid dle class was vaguely supposed to be respectable, respeclublllly Itself went out of fashion. Today all this Is al tered. I'eoplo write to the papers to Miy they are of the middle class and they sny Is with nn nlr of ono who after all Is somebody. Yet nobody has delitird the middle class, even the sociologists mid economists, whoso business such things nre. In llnglnnd YV. II. Mullock gave a few strny thoughts to the subject nnd concluded It Is middle class to have nn Income of some $7110, I'rof. II, It, Heager slated In America the figure would have to be raised to SI, ISO. It Is the way of the elder sociologists to write as If tho determining factor Is always money. Our common sense knows better. Tho middle clnas Is distinguished from Iho class on lis one hand by the fact that It works, not with one's body, but with Its mind. It Is distinguished from the class on Its other band by the fact that, not having sufficient capital to re tire upon, It has to work. The middle class tunn Is n hrnln worker, who Is obliged to noik or go under. And ho Is obliged to conform to current stand ards of respectability, physically ns well as menially and morally. In the nineteenth century the In come standards had nt least n shadow of Justification, for wages nnd sntatirs still maintained some dellnlte relation ship to Iho character of work done ami service rendered, Today we have chanced all that and with one notable result. A large group of people among ns hnve become class rimxclous thine, namely, who do professional work for less ( hull the pay of a bund laborer. Menially and morally they havo two strong props of character tho fact that the Instrument of their labor Is thu mind mid the fact that they ore urged ou by necessity to use It. KEEP EARTH ROADS IN SHAPE Explanation of Humidity, Humidity, technically speaking, snys the Philadelphia Press, Is the amount of water or vapor moisture In the nlr. A given spnro nt n given temperature cun contain only a definite amount of water. If It conlnlns less It will en ilenvnr to (111 up by evaporation. If It contains more the surplus wnter will condense. When u muss of nlr conlnlns nil thn moisture It Is capable of holding It Is said to he saturated Tho higher the temperature the more moisture It Hikes to saturate the nlr. If It contains less molsttiro than would snlurnte It nt n given tempera lure, then the lower tempernturn nl which Ibis would sufficient for satura tion la called the dew point. The per rentage of moisture In the nlr to whnt It would bold If sntuintrd Is railed the reh.tlve humidity. Thus, If tho nlr contains one-hnlf the moisture neres snry to saturate It, the relative hu midity Is N) j If onlv n third. It Is m, It Is of course, nt Its maximum when nl UNI mid fog forms nnd mist falls, Striking and beautiful combination of moleskin and squirrel Is this ex tremely modish winter creation. The hat Is of gray velvet with rose bro caded silk. lu very different ways. All tho vivid colors nre used In (loss In n turban shaped nffalr, and Unit each shade lose none of Its raluo It la embroid ered n n more or less Irregular fan shape all by Itself mid nnt Intertwined Willi any other color. This bat la alio siillnblo for '"ear with a strictly tailor undo suit; They Have to De Oooa. loi.iglslN eslliiiale that among i.iv iloimaml bin belors there lire AS i iilioii- in reus iiiuirled men phi line. IS j i . i thousand Kor troo blue use Hod Cross Hag Illue. Snony-whlte clothes will lie sure to result. Trj It und you will ill WU)s use Jt. All good grocers luivo it. Irremediable. "Mv tin 1 1 if nailing i. ul dreadfully. Ilo ou I. now not nn; to prevent 111" No; Mm unlit to liaio I bought of that borm von got married." Hun I i iim-lsi o t'liri'iili'le. $100 Reward, $100 Catarrh Is a local dlxate greatly Infill, anctd by conitltutloiml rotulltloni. It therefor leg-.Uret conatllmlonal traat meal, llAl.f.n CATAHtlll MKDIC1NU It taken Internally ml aclt through the Ulood on the Mucous Burfsma of the. flya. tem. HAl.t.'H CATAHtlll MKDIC1NU doitrors the foundation of the dltentt, mt LiBiiiit airrnain or improving tho irneral health and aatttfa nature In doing Ita work, lloo.w for any caaa of Catarrh that HAM.'S CATAIMUI MKUICINB falli to cur. Drujttlttt 7tc. Ttttlmonlalt fret. F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo. Ohio. They say the blgu price of shoes Is i-aitxed by a shortage of hides. That's merely miother protlleerlng skin game, Tlio mini who never makes u mis take Is usually not iicriuiipllxblnt much ..I . . ' iNignT Mornind eeoVbur EVes Clesaan - Clone HoalthV aHt fT- f-if fit Tin tthHHMr.niiit,tft Ml K The Most Ancient Egg, Just before tho war began, dining excavntlons In the ancient Mmninll lettm. under the auspices of thn Arrhe- ologlcnl society of Mayeiiei', there Mas found a hen's egg which was es tliuateil to have been burled tn the earth for something like 10 ciiiurles Mogutillneum was built by lirusiis. the son of the Human emperor Angus Ills, In tin. year 11 II. f. (Tpon the site of the ntirlrnt Itnmnii cast rum or ehcnmpmcnl near the city the exenvn lions lu question brought In light many Interesting relies. Including some wa fer rlMcrus of llouiaii make. It was lu one of these, which was located some "0 feet below the surface, that a damaged Unman elnypot was illxt-ov ered containing the shell of n broken egg ami also a whole egg that hud been kept from being smashed by a shred of the ihimaged put, which rov ered II. The niirlcnt egg wns ilepns Hod In the munlelpnl museum. Ten to One AgalnaL "Sorry," sold the village eoustnhle, "but I'll hnve to nrrott ye ye've been drlvlii' along nt the rate of RO miles Nil hour. "Von nro wrong, my friend." said the driver. "I sny I wasn't, nnd hero's tin Hint says I wasn't." "All right." returned the nmstnhle, pocketing Die money. "With ten In one iignlnst me I nln't goln to subject the county to lb' expenso nf a trial." Father's Foot. "Is II nhsolillely necessary thai speak to your fathert" axked the wooer after the girl of bis heart hud promised In he Ids, "Why. nf course, lie Is the brad of the family, you know." "II Isn't the bend of the family I'm sfnilil nf ; ll's the foot." London Ideas, Practical. The Wellwlsber Hid you rend ilhnul that awful tornado disaster 8nd wasn't ttt The Kfflclenry Kxpert Very and lu! think nf nil Unit energy absolute ly wasted. Not Claiming Too Much, "Are you (he eaplnlti of ynur soulr "Rort of second lleutenanti yen tured Mr. ifwijierje tjuiiioutly, -Alan. clutter livening uasette. Engineer of Wisconsin Highway Com mission Tells Benefits of Patrol System of Maintenance. Knrlh roads will bo In existence over wldo areas fnr many years to come, notwithstanding thn rapid rxlen- Ion nf "permanent" road beds of dif ferent mutcrlals. Sir, K. Sergeant, a division engineer of tho Wisconsin highway commission, writes: "After a season' experience with thn rMro! system of maintenance la division No, 7, whero wo have prac tically all earth roads, I am more than ever convinced that this typo of road ran bo fairly well maintained by this system, even whero subject to consid erable heavy motor traffic. 'A pntrol section should not bo moro than six or seven miles In length and should be taken care of by one man wllli team. This man should bo held responsible for tho condition of Ids section nt nil times nnd should be ro- pi I red to devote all of his tlmo to the work. 'Tho patrolman must hnve a good team, and Iho wagon box equipped with a dump bottom. Tho county should furnish a light two-horso blndo cruder, road plane, plow, scraper and necrssary small tools, such as shovel, pick, bar, brush scythe, rake, etc. In splto of all tho claims mado fov tho road drat; ns n maintenance tool, wo find tho light blndo grader or the road plnne fnr superior ti It, nnd we idvocate the use of theso tools entire ly for road maintenance. Wo find that n roud drag having no bearing except on '.ho llnde, has n tendency to gougo out the material In soft spots making them still deeper, and giving Iho road a bad, wavy surface, while tho blndo grader or Iho road plane, having n long wheel haso or henrlng surface, ruts only on tho high spots and dis tributes the material in low places, building them up nnd giving tho road n nice, smooth, driving surfnee. A blndo grader should be so constructed thnt ono man enn drlvo the team nnd mnko nil adjustments necessary wlillo tho machine. Is moving, us only ono man la required on this work. "An earth road with low crown and badly sodded shoulders cannot bo properly maintained by thn patrolman, but should ho first trimmed up with n heavier outfit, cutting off and remov ing heavy sods, properly heaping up tho crown, filling low places and open lug up drnlnngc. "The blade grader should not bo used on enrth roads when they nro sloppy, but should bo used ns soon as the material Is dry enough to roll nice ly on tho blnde, and pack Into tho ruts and depressions. And no great amount of material should bo moved nt ono time; a quarter or half Inch cut Is suf ficient for tho best results, furnishing nil tho material that tho blado can ills trlhuto evenly. Under ordinary wcath- The Tractor Service Co. IBth & Wane Stt. Denver, Colo. Repair Tractors, Automobiles, Trucks and all Machinery, either in our shop or your field, Writ or call on us and tell us your troubles, WE HAVE REPAIR PARTS A flu KEQUILr IKAUIUNO. Ctlonll Dllllllattll It III IIIM1I lllttl TllCm AeV v tr... It.. .... f M -...I m.ba !iifV run. Hcarfj. J Vnr. tit?, Ijtviltft1 anil Y ataxia. hlekaal .cl.a- na l. 2t for Itaw rnr. lltavU. nif. writ orillfnrcaiUliif wrnilM, JO II I 1101, mitt Srualtii Dtiitf.Cl.4l . W. LYMAN MILLINERY GO. 1 029 Araphoe, Denver, Colo. The Wholesale Millinery Ilouieol the West mail uet voun onoetna NO MATT BE r HOW SMALL m mm aQ KcJ1kFlRlthlnrb7M.il Qi Roll Film Developed 10c PRINTS U AND UP Out ilr Sfrtli-.-NoJelnK. Kalabllthni IMS. ccdq ror eaiaiortir. Mile High Photo Co. 324 17lh Straat II Denver, Cala Patrolman Cutting Weeds Along Side of Road. cr conditions tho material ts In a fair condition to work with tho grader for about tbreo days after a rain, giving ample tlmo for tbreo full rounds of the section which should lenvo oven a badly rutted road In fnlrly good cnndl tlon. He sura to always make thn first round trip on tho center of the roud. "Six Inches of crown to a '2 1-foot driving surface Is sulllclent. Cnrn should ho taken that Die roadbed Is nicely rounded, mid not dragged to a peak In tho center or 11 largo rldgu 0 looto earth left there." F10ADS AID RURAL STUDENTS Much Larger Percentage of Attend ance Noted In Sections Where Hlghwaya Are Improved. (Prepared by tho Unltad fHatea Depart ment of Aarlcultura.) Wlillo It la true that various factors contribute to increase or reduco the attendance nt schools In given sections of tho country, i la worthy of com incut that In tho states having a high percentage of Improved roads a much larger perccntago of rural students en rolled regularly nttend tho school limn In the states having n small per ventage of Improved roads, Earth Roads Suffer. I'nrth roads have been thu greatest sufferers from water, nnd It Is upon them that tho greatest amount ot money has been wasted. Decent Road Will Help. "Hack to tho farm" will mean some thing when there's a decent road to go back over. Mall Carrier Appreciative. If ntiy traveler appreciates the valuo of Improved hlghwaya It Is til rural mull furrier. Denver Directory. arccl Post Dyeing rlc ii the I business. I Jot 25 Wan J Out of town wo big part of our Dolnt Succttiful Dyilnf Tho Model Cleaners and Dyers 1317 BROADWAY, DENVER, COLO. MOTORCYCLES At ft to A Faeiory Pritti Send for our big free list Parts for all Motorcycles. WESTERN SUPPLIES CO. Urtl Crrit S.Uf HH I. Ul Bt U4S.52Urin.tr Si. DENVEft ASK US QUESTIONS about anything wanted In reliable merchandise for wear or house use or home decoration. Concrete Drldge Work, Tho largest reinforced concrete nn h today Is the lllsiugliiietitii bridge ncross the Tiber ut Home, with a span of KIN feet Bad Sickness Caused by Acid-Stomach If riatnbtai onl ra1lld the htlth1tiH roif In power nt an arid stomach of lh many klnda of alitnaa an.l miMry It raun -ut Iht llv " liurallr wr-k--tUy wuul I guard arairut It aa earcrully at thr l atalnal a il"aUy rtasu Yu know In an lliRiani in n"t ymt'iuina or acin.ioinrn im in or inMeTnmn rfmina, pa in r in ilnat iur. icaioy atrtmai'li hMi'hin . fixnt rrix-aiinc. he- rftmrn, Mr wiiMir rnur tuiurt) frla 'tilt way )u ahuilM Ita nt tlm in put linn u r if nm ir you mini, ertmii r.iti"nu''nr-i r nlmiat am to ful low aurh ai Int-itinal ffinintail(in, atito ntiil( atlnti Itnti.ilrnifnt if th nllt Mr vu )( 111, liHlartt, Itlllouana!, ctrrtMtti nf th pniiiMlinoa avMi catarrh of tn attintnrh anl iniciilnat ulflra nnd umr ir you ar nut rMinx ritint, ir u itni fdl aii,.niaih llinl ! (ha MUM uf VdUF 111 health Tk KAT 'T ' th wondifnl mol rn atomarh rindy UAToSK' TabliM qutrkh -nl aurly rriMv th mln. blnal, lirnin, ann narinum mat iiuiiiiia avii atornarh Mak th rtiimacli iinmi, ln and wt II v kptnT th ai'iinaah In Jicullhy tntidltiitn an ihii you -in iral full atrnrth frtn your fod. iur itrl h1th alatilly niirvii llr-um ar marvtlftUtlr iulrk lut try KAT'Nl'' and ynu wltl h nm tnthuilaatir aa th thnuaand wlm hav ud It and who aav ihy n"vr drainI anythinar r -uld brina ui It marvfiom rht. fin et m litsf n.rnt tol nf KATONIO from ynur rtrurtt t-dn If not atlfa9- tory inurn It ard h wi.i r-fun-l iur monjr. ATONIC creirfsiiiTAiDfeuAcii) Feeders Attuntion Urtiin unt tuiillDjr Hit for qaotalloni on eittn 4 cak. pannt cafe a, out lain d, Ctii tanat lut-al, vfn bat bftt prioa Wa a nil la tba vutuina It'tb nut and ba a, ready for btpiiiflt WmatiMlar . Il AUUY llluK Ul, Ban r rtnclico, CiLi It. Wortb Tn , Htuf Wain. I'AUKEIt'S HAIR BALSAM uwrflndru0 Huaiuirralll&J KfAlof aa tUAiar atnn Raaatylo Uy and Faded I (a W bun. ana ii rn t arorritia. HIM HP ACOflNS ItrmavM Vmi. IVI. lou to, ritu, Hoi ail id, n"ri-a n-mfutt tn lha Ittakff walalnr lln. mail ut at JfT.r-1 TEXAS OIL Ssiw Dilllitl rli All We adrla you when to alt And where the beat mark t tusr bt foiiud. Hit month1 aervlce for t!.fiO 8iul chect or l nrdr todaj to Sttckholdero Proleetlv Ruroau ltvfr uce, An tCl Vmm lUnk 1f3Bbldon Ht. Kl I'm. To- MAKE MONEY Tba LAL Drltlloa and i)lopronl Co, it drlllluer tbrr nilli In tbe (moua Itra-leinoDa Otld.Tti . to U rusilf lr4 wltbla tMnr days wlib a pioBI of liS.au. Write fvr detailed In formalloo. 4051 Main St, Ft. Worth, Texas PATENTS J'ri!r.f.55 lUtftftK i nF sa. EiMiiuoukl. lIlihMtrtfartDaea. IMtHnW I