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mw ABOUT M
1 GEMNS SENT1
INTO SI1E1IA?
i
k I
That Question Raised in Ber
in's Reply to Note on
Belgium.
DEPORTATiflF REQUIRED
b' ' i
Belgians Because of Lack of
A ork Were Becoming :
/ Demoralized
J ? I
I 'By Assoc!"'.? <) Proas) i
bc?li.\, Uce. li'.? Germany's answer
lo.Hi" Aincrb-an note regarding '
the deportation ot K< mintis In con- j
fined almost exclusively to i. prcsrn
taliou of I lo' tituailun in Belgium lielore
the deportation order became effective.
Tlif nut" declares 1'iiit there
was urgent I of some klmi of work
for the Belgians because their ulie- '
tiess was causing demoralization and
says that ?lio iicpuriod workers are
\ itssuri d of well being In new niLUa
/ lions in Germany.
The ropiy volunteers to permit
American 'liplomulic represeniatlve't ,
tN lo visit the workmen's camps in... as-;
\ sure themselves that the Belgians are
/ well off. It concluded with au expression
of regret that liie l.'iilted States
has never seen lit to protest ngalnHt
what it describes ns the dragging olt
of Germans from Kast Prussia. Alsace
and other places to Siberia and elsewhore.
These actions of which it accuses
the allies are characterized in
ibc reply as a severe violation 01 me
laws of humanity. The note declares
that the German govt rnment Is cont
vinccd liiat the I'nitid stales lies 'uoen j
misinformed in regard to the mens-1
urea wnteh nave been taken and says
that the lack nf work has increased until
1,250.000 are suffering and an unbearable
situation is created. Noth i
lng remained therefore, the note continues,
but to oiler the worklts? situations
in Germnn\ ?inco work for all is
not at hand In Belgium.
It Is contended the majority of those
who have come to Germany are happy
and contented with high wages and
Increased personal liberties and only
those who preferred to loaf have
been compelled to work.
f BIEM
(Continued from page 1.)
? Alva Moore to the scene. Moore ar|p.
rested Chrlstncr and turned him over
to Constable Bill Findluy who brought
blm to jail.
Shaver was found in have been shot
through the left collar hone, the bullets
severing the treachea and the
aorta, death resulting instantly. The
body was brought to the Cunningham I
undertaking establishment here and
prepared for burial. It was returned
t to Monongah this afternoon at four
o'clock where it was taken to Sinner's
home. There n wife and threoi
children, two girls, aged lu and 0, and
a boy about two years await the re
K mains,
A coroner's jury Impaneled last evening.
consisting of Charles llarlhalow,
.1. S. Price, P. Q. Musgrove, C. II.
Jiess. J. T. Sharp and George Richirdson
viewed the remains at the Cunningham
morgue. An autopsy was held
by Dr. II. II. Carr. The coronet's juty
will hold the inquest next week.
Christner in his cell is receiving attention
of a physician who states that
the prisoner's head is in a bad shape,
so many cuts and bumps resulting
from the kicking that it can no', be
determined whether the skull has been
k> fractured.
Christner claims that lie and King,
who is a Pittsburgh National league
baseball piaver. had fought the day
,s previous to the killing ami that yesterday
King secured the assistance of;
Shaver and waylaid him. King ot'j
course. ciocs not ten mis story ini1
fame way, he stating that Chrisiucr
defied him to come and tight and tuat
Instead of Shaver and King starting
? the t'.Ntt it was Christner himself.
It is understood C'hristner's plea will
he self-defense. As soon as tvord
readied Fairmont that the killing had
taken place County Coroner Frank
Lloyd who was reached at Barrack^
vllle rushed to the scorn in h t car.
Jpi Shaver was found covered with mud
Wr and crimson. The body was brought
here on the same car that the prisoner
was.
Dozenes of witnesses will be summoned
to the trial, mostly women who
happened to sen the trouble from their
homes. Funeral arrangements have
not been completed.
Munitions Company
Doubles Stock Issue
* (By Asuorlntfd Pr#?ss)
NEW YORK. Dec. 12. ? An extra
Stvldend of 100 per cent on common
Btock was declared today by the E. W.
Bliss company together with the usual
* tjuarterly disbursement on common
and preferred. The company is extensively
engaged in manufacture o?
war munitions.
Greek King Spars
t For Time Says Expert
V, LONDON, Dec. 12.?An Amsterdam
dispatch to The Times says that Count
Reventlow, the well known Germnn
military critic, says that King Conitantlno
now only dcslros to gain time
^ to enable the Germans to concentrate
' i relieving force.
The Count Is quoted as adding that
It is uncertain If the Greek supplies
Will last long enough to permit the
r Hermans to come to their assistance.
. ,
Town Talk
Odd Fellows' Supper?The members
of Canton Monongahela No. 2, Patriarchs
Militant I. O. O- F., are making
elaborate plans for a supper which will
he served in the lodge rooms on Main
and Monroe streets on Saturday. December
1*1. All chevaliers and their
ladles are invited to be present on
this occasion. The committee in charge
of the affair is composed of the following:
Captains. H. W. Stnneking.
I.. C. Fltzhugh and \V. G. ({ill.
Visits K. of P- Lodge?Thomas Hay
Diile, grand chancellor for the West
Virginia Knights of Pythias lodge, arrived
In the city yesterday and will
spend several days In this section in
Inspection of the lodges, etc. Last
night Mr. Dlllo delivered an address
to the lilg Elm lodge at Enterprise
and tonight he will address the Hath
hone lodge at Slilnnston. On Wednesday
night he Is scheduled to address
the Eureka lodge at Watson and on
Thursday night will address the Evergreen
lodge at Worthington. Several
of the local lodge Knights of
Pythias are accompanying Mr. Dille
on this trip.
Clerks Share Profits?One per rent,
of individual sales has been allowed
the clerical force of the .1. M. Hartley
and Sons company department
store for the months of November
and December. The November rbceks
were distributed this morning and
added quite a bit to tile Christinas
cheer about the establishment,
Odd Fellows Initiate ? I. O. O. F.
Lodge No. 11 will hold degree work
at tlio Odd Fellows' hull on Main slreei
tonight. A large number of candidates
will lie put through ami the members
expect u full attendance to participate
in the work
Weslcyan Men Here?Rev. Wallace
B. Fleming, presi lent of West Virginia
Weslcyan college ol Buckhannon, anil
Dr. H. C. Howard, pastor of the M. K.
church at Buckhannon and a former
paster of the First M. F church of this
city, were In the city today in the interest
of Wnsleyun college. The;
will return to Buckhannon into tnis
evening. They report the college as
In a nourishing condition with a large
enrollment of students
Attends Macabee Rally?Mrs..Olive
Harden, record keep of the Marion
Review No. .10. branch of the Woman's
Benefit Macabees association, left this
morning for Wheeling where she will
attend the state rally lob hold in
the Windsor hotel. Mrs. Harden Is
the local delegate to the metings
which will last two days.
New Manager For Business College
?Harry S. Price Is the new manager ]
of the I niou Business college of this
city and will take charge of the busl
U'?S UlUIlUgCUlUUL OI Hie SCIIOU1 111 a
few days. L. C. Minor, president of
the company will remain and wlil assist
in teaching. Plans area ow under-1
way for the engagement of additional
new teachers which will place the
school on a more efficient basis.
Stores Open Evenings?Most of th?
stores in the city will remain open
ovenings next week for the accommodation
of Christmas shoppers. E. C.
Jones and Hartleys announced today
that their stores will bo open begin
ning Monday and practically all of the
other stores that havo not already
started the evening hours will observe
them next week. Saturday of next
week is the last shopping day before
Christmas.
JAMIsilLASf
IIQUIBY ENDED
Jurv Finds That Cause of
I
Explosion Is Unknown.
Immediately after the testimony of
1'ndertakers Cunningham and Jones
at the county coroner's inquest into
the cause of the death of 10 men in
a mine explosion at Jamison Xo. 7,
October 19, held at the office of the
coal company yesterday afternoon.
Coroner Lloyd after conferring with
attorneys' of both sides decided In
turn the evidence as it stood over to
the jury- The testimony of the Undertakers
was that Frank Higgenbotham
and Wilson Vance each were found
to have matches in their pockets when
their bodies were brought from tho
mine to be prepared for burial.
With this evidence in and the testimony
of about 10 employees who hold
official positions with tho coal company
in the jury went to deliberate.
It was hut flvo minutes arriving at the
following verdict:
"Wo the jury find from the evidence
that the said Isaac Lazier and others,
rame to their deatli on the 19tli of
October, 1016, front tho effects of a
gas explosion tho cause of which is
unknown to the jury." It was signed
by County Coroner Frank A. Lloyd
and Sam B. Isemau. J. H. Poling Clyde
S. Holt, T. I. Brett, H. P. Robinson
and R. Q. Musgrovo members of the
coroner's jury.
Sub Stops Ship
In English Channel
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Dec. 12.?A German
submarine operating In the EngllBh
channol just off the Downs stopped
tho Danish steamship Olaf Maersk
from Rotterdam on November 16 and
compelled her captain to submit his
papers for examination according to
officers of the ship which arrived
here today.
The submarine made its presence
known to the Olaf Maersk by firing
two shots over her hows as signals to
stop. Thirty minutes was consumed
in the examination after which the
Danish captain was allowed to proceed.
Morgan Moran has returned home
after a few days visit In Huntington
and Barboursvllle, West Virginia.
YOUNG GIANT AT
r\ 'tut*-- -wL?J A
"mmBmm
(TTH.r.NS OF KIOl'X CITY. IA..
: ITSFAO SIGHT?A l!OY WHO MEAS
Bernard Koyne, who lives near
J City to lay in a supply ol' clothes.
10 order. Ho wears No. 14 shoes a
many circus oilers, preferring farm 11
j between two men. each of whom mens
IflEll
OPENED AT WfATTj
|
Jewish Capitalists are Back
of New Venture in This
Region.
The Stern Fairmont Coal company.
recently incorporated for 5100,000, will
start work in u few weeks on a mine
opening near Wyatt, where the company
will mine a :t00-acre tract at the
rate of 700 or 800 tons a (lay, shipping
out over tho new lines of the
Western Maryland.
The inon who are behind tho new
1 company are Jews of Parkersburg and
t'niontown. of the strictest business
integrity and great wealth. They own j
tho 300-aere tract which is to bo opened
at Wyatt, and in company with aj
few other men. a tract of approximately
5,000 of the finest gas coal further'
I up the creek.
The new mine as it is built will like-!
ly l>e electrified with power from the
Traction company lines, and will lie
modern in every particular. Tho Wyatt
openings will be the first venture of
the men into the coal operating field,
and should they make good on the first
opening, there is a probability that
one or more openings will ho started
on their 5.000-ere tract.
Approximately 100 men will lie employed
in the operation whi-n it is j
going full blast, and will probably i
mean that another little mining town ]
will ho built near tho site of the mine.'
The Sterns-Fairmont holdings arc]
in the midst of the Consolidation Coal ]
holdings, and have for a long time'
been looked upon as very valuable.;
Tho incorporators of the new company
are: Joseph Stern and George E.
Johnson, of Parkersburg; Lee Stern, j
Bertha Stern and Rose Stern, of I'll- j
ioutown.
? I
City Hall Notes
Mayor Boweu wishes to bear sugges
lions from the local poultry association
am! from the leading poultry flinders
of the city as to the regulations
tint should he embodied in the proposed
ordinance for keeping of chickens
in tlie city and stated today that
the Health Department did not con
template any unreasonable or drastic
rules on the new ordinance and that
it would be thoroughly worked out be j
fore final action is taken.
The Board of Affairs yesterday even- j
I ing completed the canvass of the bal- j
I lots of the recent $700,000 clfy im!
provement bond election and found no j
change in the result, the vote still j
I standing as was uno'ilcinlly reported !
the evening of the elect Ion. The date |
[ for the receiving of the bids from I
bonding and banking houses for the j
! bonds has not yet been fixed.
| Flexible Guider U |
Special 38 inch Sled for
$1.00. Like Cut.
j , Largest assortment to select i
from and you will find our i
prices considerably lower. ; ]
Sleds of all kinds from 65c to
$3.00.
I Double Bob Sled. $2.00, $2.50 \
and $3.00.
McCray's
Toy Store
315 Madison Street
TRACTS CROWD!
"1m&mm ****
~ . ..^TniT^Cka'I i'.li TO AN FNUUliS
7 1TCKT 11 INCHES.
Oto. in northwest Iowa, is in Sioux !
ICvorythlngf lie wears lias to be made J
lid So. lb collar. He has refused :
te. The young giant is shown here
ures 5 feet 10 inches.
Close of Lake Trade
Helps Local Operators
USUAL CRIMP IN BUSINESS HERE
NOT FELT. SAYS C. H.
JENKINS
"The Fairmont coal field never knew !
when the lake trade stopped," said
C. H. Jenkins, of the Coal Operators'
Association, today. The Fairmont district
has for a.number c?f \:rs been
rather extensively interested in the
lake trade, and its closing with the !
closing of the lakes to traffic in theI
early winter, has usually resulted in
a crimping of operations locally. !
This year, however, there has not:
been a single moment's cessation or |
curtailment of the local operators. The I
closing of (he lakes has resulted in i
uu>aiuu&u? to mem, tor u means tnuti
many of tho cars formerly used in!
hauling lo the great lakes can lie used
for shorter hauls and corresponding
quick returns. This, it is hoped, will
make for a slight relief of the present
shortage.
Another tiling that is expected to
help the local car shortage, is the closing
of the sugar lieet season. While 1
the movement of the sugar bet crop is i
on. practically all the cars of the Pert j
Marquette railroad are thus engaged. '
Now this movement is over and the j
ears are released for coal trade. j
The closing of the lake trade and j
the releasing of the Pere Marquette
cars, causing n slight relief in the car
situation, lias resulted in a slight hreaa
of the market, but not enough to effect ^
tho coal operators to an appreciable'
extent. j
Christmas Time h
Is the Place to D<
it
Come here and set your Chrism
upon every evening, and is full ol'
and the prices are the lowest in t
George A. Walte
217 Madis
'IDEAL T
$10,000 p
SHOWINC
The Sequel of "The Diamoi
Picture of R
A SMASHING A
Plots and counter plots,
leaps and wierd scenes fill
thrills. The first chapter 0
at the ideal theatre today, s
in two reels will be releasee
IDEAL T
?
SOUTH LEADS WORLD
IN USE OF COTTON
Soon Whole American Crop
Will Be Consumed at
Home.
c]|v A^nclnfd TTcssf
NOItKOLK. Va . I)cc. 1L'.?Practical1>
the whole of the great American
cotton crop will be converted into the
finished fabric in American mills
twenty years front now if the present
annual ratio of increase continues declared
t'ol. Marvin Jordon, presldcn'
of the Southern Cotton Growers' Asso>
iatlnn. today in an address before the
Southern Commercial Congress. If
this prediction shouid be fulfilled, he
raid, the ultimate annual value of each
trop would reach the enormous total of
$5,000,000,000.
"The south now occupies the leading
position in cotton mill consumption
throughout the world.'' said Col. Jor
don. "It consumes annnnllv mere linf
cotton than all of the textile mills ot'
Great Britain, more than all those or
Now England and the balance of tlio
United States combined and more than
all the combined countries of Europe "
\ few years ago. lie asserted. 75 per
cent, of the raw cotton had tu b<\ exported
while now foreign mills under
peace conditions eould not expect
more than 50 per cent.
Pointing out that it was lite count rv
or section which manufactures the
raw material into the finished fabric
that secures the maximum of value
front such product. Col. .Tordon declared
that, the present medium yield
of the south's cotton crop, sold for its
full value for lite first tiem since the
Civil war. would bring growers SI,250,000.000.
lie said present high
prices of the staple was due largely to
the Federal Reserve banking system
and the cotton futures law.
MESSENGER BOYS
ML GETPRESENTS
Western Union Promises
Handsome Christmas
Gifts to Employees.
Every Western Union messenger
hoy in Fairmont who has been in the
employ of the company a year, will
receive a present of $25 in money
from his company as a Christmas prcsnut
Vo n1t nntnlnvnn nnpoivlnnr Inua
than 51200 a year will receive 7 per
cent of his annual wage and employees
receiving more than 51200 and up to
$2000 will receive 6 per cent of their
annual wage.
The ahove is the substance of a let'
ter received by W. T McWhorter,
manager of the local Western Union
office. The decision to make these
special payments was arrived at at a
regular meeting of the board of diref'
tors of the Western Union company
a few days ago. and was granted, no.
cording to their letter to Mr. McWhorter.
because of the very exceptional
conditions now prevailing."
The boys at the Fairmont office
have not received their special checks
yet but are looking for them everyday
since in the announcement it was
said "such payments will be made as
soon as possible after December 1."
> Here, and Here
d Your Shopping.
Dolls and toys of all kinds.
1 Dolls cut out, 10c and 25c.
Fancy dishes 10c and 25c.
Jewelry, all kinds 10c and 25c.
Disc records 10c and 25e
Candies. 15c. 20c and 25c lb.
Nice fresh nuts 20c and 25c
per pound.
Nice stationery boxes, paper
and envelopes.
111 g frno Ifinuninn-e nm. ctn...v i<
tlip nicest things for Christmas.
own.
ir, 5 & 10c Store
on Street.
HEATREl
RIZE FILM
}TODAY
id from the Sky" brings a
are Interest.
.CTION STORY
wrecks, fights, terrible
his screen drama with
f the new play is showing
md thereafter one chapter
1 each Tuesday. At the
HEATRE
Ju*'''
MINERS VOTING FOe
| II.M. I. OFFICERS
Keen Contest between White
and Walker for the
Presidency.
I
PITTSBURGH. Due. 12 Interimtlonal.
state am! nub-district official
of the Cnitcd Mine Workers of Am
i erica were voted on today by miners
in all parts of this country and Canada.
Interest in the election in West Virginia.
Ohio ami Western IVnnsylvnn
.'a centered in the contest between
John P. White and John H Walker
for the International presidency. The
opinion was expressed here that Mr.
Walker would receive a heavy vote in
this district while Mr. White, the prosj
cut incumbent, would be a favorite
in the Indiana and Illinois districts
The count of votes cast in the elec
tion today will being on December !
In District 17 in West Virginia, which
is under the administration of the international
organization since the decI
tivo officials were removed during the
: progress of labor trouble in the disI
trie!, tellers were appointed bv Pnv
| idem White These officials, who will
make the count at Charleston, are
i John Zimmerman, of Illinois; \\ n>.
Van Horn, of Indiana, and George
i Baker, of Kentucky.
I As OU percent, of the vote in the
j Pittsburgh district when the notninu
How to Get Rid of Catarrh,
Catarrhal Deafness or
Head Noises
i
If yon have catarrh, catarrhal deafness
or head noises caused bj catarrh
or if phlegm drops in your throat and
| has caused eamivh of the stomach or
, bowels you will be glad to know that
- these distressing symptoms can b(. en'
tirely overcome in many instances b>
tho following treatment which you
can easily prepare in your own home
at. little cost. Secure from your drug'
gist 1 ounce of Parmint (double
i strength). This will not cost you more
than 75c. Take this homo and add to
It 'i pint of hot water und 4 ounces
of granulated sugar; stir until dissolved
Take ono tablespoonful four
I times a day. A decided improvement
is sometimes noted after the first
! day's treatment. Breathing becomes
| easy, while the distressing head noisi
es, headache, dullness, cioudy think1
Ing, etc.. gradually disappear tinder
, the tonic action of the treatment. Loss
i of smell, taste, defective hearing and
mucous dropping In the back of the
throat are other symptoms which suggest
the presence of catarrh and
which are often overcome by this efl'iuacious
treatment. Nearly ninety
per cent of all ear troubles arc said
1 to be directly caused by catarrh there
fore, tliero must he many people whose
hearing can he restored by the situi
pie home treatment, llolt Drug V
^ can supply you.
^ftBad Com
must go!J|
Nouvelle Beaut<j
Pour Toutcs Les $*-]!
Dames vM
Remarkable discovery
of skin omosis promises 1
to make wrinkled, hollow-ch
aged looking women astonis
beautiful, youthful and chai
FRANCE'S GREAT PRIZE BEAUTY
How you can almost immediately su|
appearance of smaller wrinkles and ma
: and make yourself look from 5 to 15 ye
er in 30 days time. How to banish e
plexion blemish in three nights in
stances.
A thousand times I have heard rich
! women say: "Oh! void* is so womlo.''
ful and lovely I would give everything
I possess for youth and beauty
: again!" Xo woman with the slighti
est spark of pride or ambition in iter
wants to he laid on the shelf aged-,
j careworn, wrinkled and forgotten so
! that men wish to avoid her at every
i dance and dinner party, and women
I themselves would liko to invito some!
one who looks younger to hrlghton up
| the occasion. Yet there is no longer
! any reason why the average woman
I need look so old and plain even if
j she is old.
Since the remarkable discovery of
I skin omosis almost any woman ran
\ obtain most astonishing now beauty
and a most surprisingly youthful ap
pea'nucc, <yrpu though she is -in or 30
or more years of age. The Countess
dc Chevanne who at 70 years of age
possesses a marvelonsly soft, smooth,
velvet-like skin and an almost girllike
complexion without a wrinkle in
| sight, told t no writer persons.in
Paris that she owed it all to the discovery
of skin omosis. With this marvelous
discovery every complexion
; blemish can he banished in three
nights In many instances, and you can
awaken in the morning with a beautiful,
rose colored complexion fresli as a
daisy.
I have known dozens of hollowcheeked.
wrinkled, aged-looking women,
who had given up all hope of ever
looking beautiful and youthful again,
to "come hack" and again become
| most beautiful and fascinating in
i from two to three weeks' timo by
I this wonderful simple method.
No matter what your .ago or what
! you have tried unsuccessfully, skin
; omosis will positively bring you new
beauty and youth. Merely wash your
face in warm water at night and rub
i in a teaspoonful or two of any good
j rosented cream which you can obtain
from your druggist, in the morning
' wash the face with cold water and rub
In more cream.
Hons wfcre made, favored Dialrlct Pre*
ldent Philip Murray, vice president.
Robert Gibbons and the other Incunv W.
bent officials, miners expect their r? jK
election. In Ohio. William Green, tor <t
i mer state senator and author of tht <
i Ohio mine-run law, la a Candida/- for
; the office of International secretory. Ft
Farmers Will Meet m
Here Saturday !
Tin- t'our.tv Farm Bureau will meet
at Fairmont Saturday. December 16- ' '' J
at 1p. ti. in the county court room. "1
Plans for securing a good attendance j
at Fanners' Week and other business jl
matters will be taken up. 0M> local f H
club in the county should be repre- s
senteil at this meeting. The annual 3
report of tin county agent will be roed. 8
More new members art; need to ?e- ;|
cure the prize for the largest member- 1
ship Increase during the yeafc During
this week meetings will be 9
In Id Tu-'silay. Wetlttesday and Thure<i.i\
ni -ii!.. .it Montana antinnl. PKbv^wHI
i' h Him school ntiil HoodsvtllO,
former will be a community meeting
uml latter two arc regular meetings
ct the respective clubs at these places *
_ tfl
Will pay |
for the I
chance 1
to heal I
Catarrh 1
nrr?n-jjv fii III ir~w^ 1^?m
After an experience of 25 i q
years, during which time 50
million Americans have used
Kondon's Catarrhal Jelly, the. ? ~
manufacturers of this remedy Vij
feel so sure that it will relieve
catarrh ? that they offer to pay
for a chance to prove its benefit ?SB
to rny catarrli.il sufferer. They - 3fl|
announce that any resident of
this community can go to almost . *
any drug store and get a complimcntary
trial can at the ,
expense of the manufacturers. .fffaH
If the druggist has no gratuitous i
packages, the person may buy a
25 cent tube with the unqualified
understanding that if that first
tube does not do that person
more than a dollar's worth of
good, he or she can get their
quarter back from either the
druggist, or the Kondon Company
at Minneapolis. Over
35,000 druggists know Kondon's ; ' ;
Catarrhal Jelly is effective,
j harmless, clean and pleasant to - 1
apply?-and they know the
Kondon people will gladly live
up to this offer?"quarter back
if not worth a dollar." Address? /
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. 9
Wrinkles!
pkiions.you 1
Mile. Stmone Marelx Of
tpress the Paris, winner ot two M
rks of age Kreat international beati?
. . ty prizes?one in Paris,
ars young- (ll0 ot|u,r jn KnRlacd. .
ivery com- Specially engaged to .
many in- write these articles. . JiJS
| in lliree weeks or less watch the
magic transformation. See how th? ?!
old. hardened course, rough skin turns 1 3
| into new, fresh, soft, youthful-looking
j skin almost before your very eyes, all -y.jS
due to simple skin omosts produced solely
by warm water and roseated
creant. But he sure to use only pure
j roseated cream as it Is an entirely dif- ;S
forent thing from ordinary face*,5|
creams and must not bo contbunt^S^aHH
with them 1 personally prefer Crems
Tohalon (Roseated) but any good
hrund will do. If you have wrinkles
get a box of Japanese Ice Pencils and
Use them in connection with
errant and you can get quick actio^I^c
|Cn (he deepest wrinkles no matter of
how long standing, in one night's time
iti.il awake.1 on tSo ntorrow to witness B
most astonishing results Also the
use of a little Santonex (sold by drdjte
gists) on tit face each morning willi jjf
almost immediately suppress the bi* ' f-SgM
pearance c! all smaller wrinkles and ^
marks of age and make you look al '
; uos years younger. It gives an In-1 . /i
I rlescribably beautiful oft'ect to tl?p|
. neck and arms for evening dress. ;
I personally guarantee success In
! every case. In any of my newspaper , fV
j articles relating to beauty, or I will ;
I refund the amount paid for any pro|
ducts I recommend, provided yon take jjSB
! your dealer's receipt at the time you
| make your purchaae. My American /'iffiB
! address is Slmone Mareix, 80 WawMB
122nd Street, Mew York.
NOTE?The manufacturers of Crams y
, Tokalon, Roseated, have Such un . ??&
| bounded confidence in their particular^#
S brand that tliey offer to forfeit $200.00 i::
I to any charitable Institution If It can
1 be shown that it will not banish ev- l-xsj
! cry complexion blemish and give most
astonishing now beauty to wrinkled. ,
careworn, aged women in three days' !
time In many instances. .It can be ob- ' i
; talued absolutely fresh and guaranteed- S?
from the South Side Pharmacy or
I most any good druggist or department .;;
I store in this city- ffipKa
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