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just a little out of the ordinary! —a few months ano *f wrt offered hv an eastern manufacturer# proposition that would put into his hands considerable muchly needed cash, in return for which he made us an exceptional offer. . here's what he had to say: • —"I have over 3» complete 4-phPC* bexfroom aultea that mil) it \ri> large concern audi M >our* mulil InJie off niy lutiuU liiUrl- I could »rll them fwllr, one or Iwo Millew at a time k» ani.vll retail rrv Ufimrr, I ih*lre ami mual iU»|n«i< of Ummii iU uih r, nuMily. Will >ou niikkr tiw an ottwt" —*e nuiiU hint an offer. Illlle <trramine that It wronld be Till* wm» raaiMha a«o-- have been |> >il<-tiil> Hailing their arrival Sunday we advrrlM the»r nullca for the flr»l Unie. bill owing to UtU of MNicr, »r could nol go Into ib lull aa U> juat what a really fine wffrr II ira«. _jf \mi ovrrlo«l.ed lhi> ad\ rrtWecnrnt In thi> Siunla? pajw, wo dealrr to rail >our attention la the suite lier* >lii>n ii, and to 11" price, the tinnial) liable pruc— —an exquisite l<ouU Ihf VI. period bedroom miII« In beautiful fl(im) Antrrlran walnut; do tic* Ut» arUatlr rarved |MlUrn, Uw dainty drawer EXTRA • I pult«, the Urge French mirror*; llic drr».lng Übie l» particularly <H»- SPECIAL Unctlve aril beautiful: lltr ohOTarrtt# i» btrgo and nom). we aJ«o __ _ _ cull jour attriitfc n lo the bow end bed «o much m vogue imiaiLi),; J A«r #a#D targe dr*w«er; artlilic »ha|tcd hear; mirror, rrgular price of four piicea | ,„n|,|. te .WW—: K\TU\ KI'EI IAU «ttO7.7S. —— Seattle tacoma - csW '■ "sr * rot NUHI IWI lowa Labor Men Oppose J. T. Adams DUBIQt K. lowa, May 4 —<>r*an bet] labor a t Dubuque. Mi' home town of John T. Adam*. republican national committeeman from lowa and *lc« chairman of the republican aatkora! committee, went on record hit niitht oppoeinf tbe re-election of Adam* to hi* piac* on tb» national crOTßiit!" on tbe «ro'jnd that Aduma | 'iky » . swe REMEDY \ WMOZI for. \\ Mair o /-7calpillr ; GuworoJ JfH; Do yos suffer of the scalp? Are you Are you troubled witlj dandruff? i^^B||L:^B Beriault's HAIR-BitteVs—a remedy; not a tonic—is relieving scores of cases right here in town at the present moment. To date wc have no record of a single case—no matter how severe nor ffl »—u ' j >."B "how old—that IIAIR-Bitters has not treated successfully. 4 %i11////////// We except only blood-seated ailments. In nil other cases we say vSxvuNf'^lwr\\\\l/ /////// ) without equivocation: "Beriault's IIAIII-Bitters will relieve your ■''''Wvw ' H trouble or you get your money back." V * M * HAIR-Bitters is a natural remedy. It contains no alcohol nor fmxßi^haiU't* 3 / 1: injufious dings. Its basic composition was known many years ff n ago. Today it is perfected for general use. It is harmless to tin: f. I it tenderest skin, a delight to use—and. it produces results in molt J JR 9 cases with from three to four applications. jffit 5 No matter what other treatment yon have had, if your scalp __— 9H f+ ailment is still with you, use HAIU-Bitters without delay. Ask ft your barber or hair-dresser to apply it. Or buy it from yoTir A H! druggist, $2 and $3 the bottle, and follow the simple directions at —> r H| home. If you cannot obtain it at once write to Beriault Mfg. Co., KfAac-/g> ffp K| 1104-14 Broadway, Seattle, U» S. A. if H| Jon Read nil* . A Kill ntA* A. T» TOTTJfIt dandruff >llll tt h»d eonatantly A »h«rt f/yi lf«rftanfrAi and ElsetrlMl F,n*lna#r Urn* a*o a frl*nd rarommanded your "Hit- ~ i 214 Lumber R*ohanga Bid*. i*>rm" and I 4arid«d to try It A frw appll* A dpIIAMT »V HM|; - ■ . M"«tt!«. Wastt. ratlotm ntopp#4 tha ttrhln* #in»l now tlia v BR B«rlanlt Mfg. Co.. flnn.Jruff ha« awttr»ljr fllMpprnri <1 Bffiljj ■ ■ Waab. My find HufhUr havs both o«*d It PPirr» ▲ hKI Ontl«m«-n - with aucraaa %ZOO I want to tan T«n what "Hair BlttanT I «m ■nrry that I muld no' ha*a had It m,t ~ f ftfOiT.a* ti] I , h*i dona for m» ffmra ago a- I baWrva It wnHJd haya aa\«d j^^Bf II t**mn loafnir mr hair aoma II r#ar« ««o n.y hair antlffly. wf m ffIMRI §nd hava triad al! tha adv«rtlaad Vours rtry trdlf, WJB without benaflt. iff acalp waa cov*rad with C. A. D. TO UNO. QQP lllllllllll!llllllllilli(lllllllllllllllllll They Mutt Have Been Xmas Special TACoMA. May 4.—Thievea atcl* • bun of cigars from Waairr Blown her*. "llut I doo't cart-," aajra ilfown, "my (ava cm to m* CbrintinM, 1111." in now an.l ha* been for many >*«r* a powerful ritragr of ornnlnd labor. Prisoners Must Be Gentlemen POBTI-AND, Mar 4 The polk* ludit bar* (tva Cliarlca K\nl«y * very wtv« acoldlng ImtiM Kiniey *aa »au.t> to lb* cop tlml piiichnl 'iUa for dtaurdarly •■onduct oiiera muai be #rntlcm*n." •iptalned •bo luriat. ll* diiln i add "So otb I'm will be arreeied ' THE SEATTLE STAR—TUESDAY, MAY 4. 1920. MARYLAND VOTE GOES TO WOOD Johnson Runs Sccond in Primary Balloting IIAI.TIMniIK, Mi, Mny * MaJ. a*n. V. (xKf rarrl<"4 Ul« Muiyland prrnldoiiUHl prrfnrin# primary »iy nrnrly a I lo 1 vo<» ttvrr Rrrutlor Hiram' Johnson. »rwr<ltn« to th» rvluntf tJ<l>uU(r<l t<«l •y. \V,n4 rarrlril ItalUinor* »n l*it two of tli« IJ rountlr*. »nd will hsvp ronit'l**!* rontmt of fit# "Uti# convontloa whl<-h will n>*l«)«;t l« 4nl ! rirui.n lo l»i« r«publlOßJ> Jialioluil convnntlon. Tli« dnlii(ilN *lll t* lnMnic(»l In volo for Wi*w! for nniiilnro for prraMnut aa lot * u» lliry h* hoa ft ctianc* of villaining III* nomination. Th«iT» w*r» no <la»norr»«l<i nan (llttKiva for pi»»iJ»nt tind Uio M» lutlon wnt by Maryland to tha Hun Kralirlatw couvrnllon a 111 I* unlnat rwt»d. Complat* r»turna fr»'in (ha entlra t»t» allow Wood. 16,*00; Johnaun. I.Otl. • a a Utah's Delegates Are Uninstructed PRICR. l'tah. May i I'ilKlit tin- Instructed d'lr*»l»a lo Iha rrpnhll ,,fn national oonvanUon *fr» I'hoarn by tha stata convnntlon which mrt h»r» yistsrday Krnator llrrd Hinoot was nnanl moualy rh<»acn to haad tha tiun, wbit It conslnis of four dr]« , : i.iri at tar(« and four dlatrlct d«l i cifßtaa. AHho unlnstnirtad. ol»»r*»r» h»r» iwllera t'lalt'a votes will caat for lienator Hlrtuu Johnson ahould ths t'nllfornlan ahow atrmdli on ' ths first roll cull at CTilcaro. . • a Indiana Is Voting for Favorite Today INTO AN Ami J*. May 4 In dinna had d»n* lltlla voting tc*di*y in tha flrnt hour of th# llAll prcd drntlal prrferenra primary A Mho WMiUitt condlilom wi-ff MmU, poii (l«tana for««-&aNt iii»tit l«!laUnf. Hiram Jnhnaon. Ma! C}«n. ]>eon*rtl Wood. Governor Krank O. Ix»wil»*n and B*nator War* r«*n Hardin* wer® contr»ttnf to. day tor lb* itAtt'i to th« republican national convention No democrat* wra entarnd In the pri- RU*7. • • • GRASS YAM.KT Cnl May 4 In % Ijul bour de<-|»u>n. the Urn* Work ere' I'iuiMiln l««gua. nearly I "Ou mrnibrr* lut night adopted i trMiullni rewinding a for rwr reaolutlon In.lor »lng ftrnalor 111 run Johnaua for repubUi tu pr< *i>lcji Utl <«n.lkl*t' Revolt Armies Prepare to March Against Mexico City By M. D. Tracy AOI'A I'KIBTA, Bonora. May « Tbl revolutionary arm Ira of M"Xleo will aoon hAV« MiirtNl their march on Mrxlu) City, General I*. KlUui CtillM, field commander of tha ,revo lutlonlatg, aeclared tojluy. Cttlltie will leave Agna I'flft* with In thraa or four daya at the head of nn army hound f<»r the atate of Chi htiahtia. Thar* Call#* will Join fore** with the revolting aroiy in Chlhua jhua ni\fl plana to «t*rt aouth thru Ihn Interior of Jd< ftldo for tha capital | :i»t y. ! Hlrnultanaoualy. the army under ItonoraJ VIorM, now inaxehmg down jthii w«"t COlft near Mnsatlan. will l,*ve Mexico City tin It* objective. A third army, c*«%ll*»» declared, in unth '•ring In the Interior mar &1< ilco .City. That wa* the ' plan of campaign CaJlaa outlined when ha wmm lntor* vlowml In hla headquarter* In iha i*it*klrt* of A jrua I'rlH# today. Thru# three trmlNi are to unite, under Callee* plan, In a converging movement on the rwpltal. jCAIJJCft' AHBIKT4NTI« IKIHU ATKI) MKN lloudquartera building I* a arnatl adobe hut, hrlatllng with sentries, ••lark* and membeta af Callea' ataff That there la aome truth that the Callea force* ar« wrll auppllrd with ammunition w«* i^wl«o<i , d by aoma 700.000 raunda In the room in which j tha general waa found. (Juna were ! *'.a<ked everywhere. j timrrnl Callea In a powerfully built I man with a briatllng muatacha lie *peaks only In ftpanftsh, hui with KOat am pi uds. Hi* declaration that .the prearnt ravolution la to democrat- ItM MrsJ.o It In keeping with hit ■ appeagaAc* Ha atood during tha In |tervlew wiring neither collar nor coat, hla aJaevm rolled up, y«t lit was ifiarrly appearing In working oogtuins. Ha waa *urround4l by a* niatanta who almoat lyitfrely were young men of education. "TSi* revolution li» the reault of Carranaa forcing hla will upon il"i J Ico, rettaidleaa of tha will of tha (voters,** the general inrrd. "Il« GERMANS AGAIN START TROUBLE New Disorders Break Out in Ruhr District IXWnON. Mar 4—New dlnordTii have broken cult In (h# ttuhr 'Hi* irlct of (lermany and < krfjinti tr*i«t>« , f.. H.Jcd I fur' ■ !• rt 41. l" -.tlf' W. jrl, an l i liitiat *!'• '• '4l <)>» palt-b from today emld Morr nerloua dl»«r<lrro In tha In JiMlrlal (Uitrli'! ww« Uir die |«trti ii<Wnl • » TONIGHT TO* Foreatry ha'.l nmn u* »*.!»rtrif»« atlon of tn* M<!« wauW* will *«• dtM*K*a*»d hy C, If. Ileuirkta. rh<»r ri. • of the company. b#(of» and • Rita Tri«*pt+—ttarnln* of th« mcrtc»f« • n th# trmp!a «lU l>« n at« h**d by m«mb«ra. WEDNESDAY I rOO H H. PirfriO * ef/le#. ni«i. fioci*) welfare i*ag«e m«*(i to h»«r F r. N<<rthweat director of civilian r*ll»f fr»f |>#4 Cmti report on •«vi|t work*r«' in««lin| in New Oi l«-anp HKW Fine Art» hall Tirtttph - Am»r Inn fta»'irl«(|r»n tn hejd • r»«ton. followed |>V dance Hi4>o Flrat Kvanarliral rhur< h. Sec iv«. N. ind \ alley et—Poet-War Ktarn|>«-nn rendition* will t>»* dli try Imhup G. Helnrniller, t»f nvrUnd hi«k» Ftad rraii headquarter*. rnlvcriHy, between Third ind Fourth av«*»« Itpiiflil rnHtlni « .' < i r\ 1.-* Women'* flub, t«» Vttlt on Imix'dtnl matter*. BIRTHS Nikami. Y . ?0| f9pcuc«* • girt. Godsaw, A.B. r.ir. Wamer pi. her Stevens, C. L. 3373 MH'llntock. girl. Neilsen N J. »*S nth H. boy. Borg, D. M. 4112 F« urth N W, «rIrI Schlelcher, A. Jlrd a**. g»rl Siegel, H. J . 207 ?*»•! y- Ctrl Currid, P A. HIT fith av. McDonald. til Ukrui w eve., gtrL Butt, C. C. 212$ W 51th. boy Beverly, H. L.ll. L. 3)lf. Foltrman ava.. idrt Langer, J. (3rd n. W. by. Noone, F. 1116 l.uriir boy. Beach. M L, l*th H. gitL Morton. F H , Seattle. b<»y. • Smith. C. D. 30U 31 th H W. boy. Gage. F. 7322 loth N K. boy. Tanagi. C. *M Kinir ft. girl. MARRIAGE LICENSES Name and Reeldenea. Age Mason. Frank E. HMm# .........4 3 Pearson. Florence 1. C'u«t*r 31 Peterson. William, Heattla ........ SO Wilnikainen. Ida. Henttie .....l/CRal Pilliavln. Dave. H«»ettle Legal Pollak. Bela la, Seattle l.« gnl Gregory, Edward F, Kdmonda ...94 Holland. Joann H.. ICdmonda 33 Garfield. Harner A.. North 1»« nd ... I^gal Dickinson, Lulu F« Hertton. . . . L«'gal Phillips. Roy A . Seattle 2* Wilson, Laura A.. Seattle 1* Rose, Lee, Tacoma i.SI Kield. Ethel, Stat tie 2T» Lytle. James R. H'-nttle 30 Eves, Lucy E. , Kcatlle 38 Wong. James L. Heattla ...2* Gregg, Joan. Seattle 32 Klein. Oscar. H«*attl»» I^gal Sundquist, Jennie M . Portland 1.l gnl Sund, Carl A. H«*attle I.egnl Howell, Marie l^gal Wyman. Leslie 0., Heattla .... Legal Shaw, Callie J . Brattle i.e, nl Isham, Rollie Fay. Hrattle 2.'. Moore. Clara K.. Hllverdale 19 Forbes, Robert D. Seattle ... 4ft Bradley, Mary R.. Hnattlo Wal Kark. John J., Toppenl»h James, Iva B. Henttlo 31 Mitchell, Clyde E. H» rittle ... Legal Anderson. Mollie E.. Hoattle. . . Logal Fish, Kenneth G. Seattle .... %? Morris, Lucille, Hrattle 19 Wright, Francis H. Heatile .2* Babayovich, Lucretia, Ltirretla. I'iUn 22 DEATHS Harrington. W H., HO. anr.2 pi Smith, Leonard K., 9 month*. 9400 Greenwood ave. Munson, Clara. f»H, lfllfi Fourth W. Wolpera. Mary May, Columbus sani tarium. Singh. Likh, ST., city hospital. Berg, Harry. Newport hotel. Stevens, Charles. a:', city ho*pltaL Donovan. Harry. 41. 510 Fifth ave. Piccone, Pasquale, 4*5, 1901 21*t H. Ruffcorn, William H. . 62, Kin* coun ty hnHpital % Kretsinger, John Maury, 18, 1253 23rd N. |Aretanger John W., 70, 10 W. Gar field. Smith, Alta. 2R, |o4| W. f»oth »t Acr«rdin| to Dr. I). A. l.yona. of .the United Btatea bureau of mines*, ifOld mining today la practically a 1 failure. are turning from got her In f of gold to many of the baser urea. hiu» discharged offh lala elected by tha voter*. and svsrywhere dlar© Kurded tlia -people'a will. HWH Til IN |„%MT MI .XIl AN IIMOI T "We will demand that suffrage ha respected and that the people ahall rulf. Thla will ha the |u*t revolt In Megtoo. It will eHtahllith a demo cratio government In which Urn poo ; pla'i voire will he supreme. "<;«mral Obregon play* only tha part of a private oltlsen in this re volt. Trua he l* drilling an army, j hut ho l* doing It for tha good of ; Mexico. "Tha revolution la not to make ( obrrgnn praaldent l»ut to aanure U** 1 j people's vol'a ha hsedsd. "When we win thara wHI be an Immediate election. if General Obre | iron wiahaa to run for president ha i | can do mi."* i only an handrad troopa In tha wtate of trhlhuahua remain loyal to iC-arranzA, Callea claimed "llaa Cnrramut any r«n«ldarahla f«»rca Iwrtwarn Chihuahua City and Mex 100 City?" he waa "I don't know, but wa'll find out." ho grimly anawertnL • • • • Agua Prieta Will Present Beer Fete AGUA PItIKTA. Honorm May 4 reigna aupr* tua In Agua I'rleta to»b»y. Huprame Kavolutlonary Com ■ rnander l 4 »a \j\ lluerta la *' 'to arrive hare bafore night for a confaratK-a with Kir Id Commandar | Onaral Callra. A jairty of to Chicago bualne*n man on a trade evuralon la a*. t>ectad hare ln their honor, !It la undcratood. Ganergl Okllat | will permit l**er t« (M-rvad. deaplta ; hla strict anfonnio nt of prohibl ! lion. In addition. A trua Prleta 1* cala nliratlng ye*terday'a new* that ►Juarr/ had Joined tha revolt and I tha report that (ianaral lueguax ha* | deaertad Carramw. ThMf reports I halglitensd predlcUoos of a "blood losa revolution.** CALIFORNIANS MAKING CHOICE Casting Vote to Decidc Be tween Johnson and Hoover SAN riUKI'IW'O, May 4 Kn trwnely h< a\ y voting In clue* «lfr* Senator Itlram Johnaon la aupimard to lip atrongiat and light vuunt In I4M Angptcn. pof of Herbert lluovar'a nii|ipoiril plronttiulih, featured Il.p parly hour* of the pi unary election In (California today. In Kan l-*Huirtju-o, Oajtl&nd. Sacra meuto :md MUxklnn. where Johnaon ailtnJttrdly la atrongeat. th> re was hp«vy early voting. Indication* wer» that r poor da for primary >oU»| would he broken. aapeclally In CMirrm mento. Johnaon'a birthplace, and Han Fr»nr4K-o, Johnaon'a prearnt home Th* voting In l.oa Angele* waa da vrrlbed n* the - 'llglftr*t in y«nr»." At Istitg lusarh th* rnlini waa b<m>*y, with the women turning out In fore Mora wompn rt glatortd than men to ln>K( Beach. Only 10 per rant of the r«*l*tefed rote an* predicted for 8«n Diego Mode»to waa turning In a light vote The woman vote. It waa Indicated, would he very *trong Thla vote haa lieen claimrd (or Hoovrr by hla' force*. Sacramento Hums With Electioneers ! PACHA MI INTO. mi. May 4 - J** cramento. birthplace of Henator Hiram Johnaon. tMay I* expected I*o breok nil record* is of vote* cast In the presidential pri I marie*. # Doth JohniK'n and Herbert 1100 v»r fnipporltni are out with auto moMlca to carry voter* to the poll*. The niDir>algn here haa pur jticularty vlol<,i» with chtrfM and '«ounter cliargr>a exchanged by the rual foni|»» every day. YOUTH SAYS HE WAS KIDNAPED Tells Mother Trio Held Him Prisoner italph Murane, a 10 year old llroadway night echool boy liv ing %*lfli Ilia mother at 313 17th ave. N„ told Ihe |»ollrr early Tueeday h»- w;«« by three mm in an nfito Monday night nml mtilored to a boule vard off* Madleoit at,, where lie wae tir«| to a tree and nhandoitcd. After Mrogglliig nearly- aeveii hour- to free liimarlf. lie aaid, lie got looae and went home. The polio* flrwt entered the (MM when the morgue wm called by tele phono by nome nnr who mild he wiui a achoolboy frW «nd of younir Murane and who aald Italph had drowned in I«ake .Waahlnffton, that hi* body hud been recovered and woul<J be found at bin home. Motorcycle Policeman Frank CJlad win wna dinpatehed to the Murane home. The boy waa not there. Hln mother aald he hnd K (, ne to nlfht aohonl and waa expected Imrk short ly. Hhe aald he had been bulldlne at a boat at the Caaeade C«noe club bot»**e near park durlnK apare bourn. At the club house Gladwin wan In formed that youn»c Murane h id not br« n there for several weeka. lie returned to the Murane home and reported the fact to tho mother. HOY (.IMS llOMi: AT 5 X. M. TODAY About 5 a. m. the boy arrived home. He toJd Oladwln ho had left the Broadway high school about 8:46 and gone to call on a Klrl friend at Jim ave. and K. Cherry'st Leaving there about 9:45, he aald, on hla bi cycle, bf waa turnihg Into an alley on Thomua »t. between 16th and 17th aves., when three men Jumped out of an auto and m'lr.cd him. He wan taken out on the boule vard. he nit Id. and laahed to u tree where hi* struitßlea took place, (ilad win took the boy to the apot where he said he hud been tied. The youna map pointed out the tree. Clladwln aald there were no murka of a rope on*the tr«*e nor were there any foot (finite near U to Indlculu a struggle. CARRANZISTAS CLAIM VICTORY Report Defeat of Rebels in Battle IIY |I \l.l'll II TIIINKR MKXHX) CITT, May » <D» layed > f iovernment force* have routed (♦liela In a Mill* on the lalhmua of Tehlisnlepec, In llie re gion of Mallna t'njz, killing the reliel < mmander and 80 of hi* troop*, 1t wufl iinnouii'eil offli l.illy here today, farrauxa troop* aim forced the rrliel* to evaluate Cuaut la, In Hie ntaie .if Moreloa, 49 mile* Mouth mat of Mexico City, pie statement ■aid. Other engagements of minor Im l»rtaiice In varlou* part* of the r» puMlc were reported, Government offl. lala also claimed defeat of a r#lie| attempt tosoccupy M"re|ia. capital of Mlchoacan, 125 mllM northwe*t of Mexico City. The rebel troop* retreated on approach Of a strong ('orranzu fori*!. Oen. Mur&uta hn* arrived from Tamplco lo naeume rharice of ile ferine of 'he cuplbil. Tile in Ifi l«t ry of war denied the government waa pre paring to evacuate Mexico City. Ojinaga Garrison Joins Revolution Kl* P AHO, Ttxaa, May 4—The OJlnaga *arrlaon. oppoidte J'realdio, T«*xa«, In the 111# Bend diatrtrt. form oily joined the Ronora revolutionism, the rein-1 Junta here announced U> day. Krea between Bl Paso and wan rmuiocd today fol lowing a night of rtJoWn* In Jua rw, now oMicnt to the Jtl>»*r«li*«t Obrfffon revolt agalnut Orranxa. Kornnf Carranziata ftanator Ab«l fl Itodrigufz bAi been named r«-U»l governor of Chihuahua. T. It. BHt ran. formerly Mexican consul at Son Antonio, Tcxaa, In the comnn-r <ial agent of the revolution with headquarter* in El I'aao. Ilia office wan hswiged by hun «Irr4ji of M«*xlrar\* and Am»*ri<tni to i ML 4MB* Ur. 1. & Oat Read What an Authority Says About the X-Ray As Applied to Teeth j (Reprinted from November, 191>, Issue of "Dental Facls-T I Investigations Show How X-Rays of Teeth Prevent Disease and Insanity BY DB. IIENBY A COTTON Medical Director of New Jitwj Slate Hospital investigations In the last ft* ! 'H«iw are we to know that teeth years, by both dentists" and phy *>'lch no evidence to the patient . .... of serious and often dangerous In 1 «ician*. have shown concluelvcly .hat fKtJon arf , nfectedr Thf anlwcr J thn greatest menace to the health to th i ß „ lho x ray, and a more I <>f the liuiimi rare today Is to b»' general use of this very simple and I found In the bad condition of the harmless prwedure will reveal to the i« !h of a large majority of the dentist as well as to the paUent the - populace. The Instinct U the Indl- existence of infect.-d root*. when to I vidual Is directed toward saving the ««"»> Inspection the teeth may ] teeth, and. unfortunately, a large to !»• healthy and worthy of proportion of the dentists foster ihM *»ving! Naturally, these should Irn ' Instinct, and In consequence teeth mediately be extracted. are capped and otherwise reputrcd Individual should know |l by expensive hrldgcwork In ordrr to whether or not he Is harboring II save the teeth, when from the stand dangerous Infection, which may not I I sunt of the patient s subsequent 111 onl >' undermine his general heallh. fl health, these teeth should be extract- l,ut m »V endanger his life If It be ]] ed Happily, thi- best dentists have not eradicated. With this know ledge J realised for e«me veara that serious " f the danger of Infected teeth. allfg nwults frequently fi<U.<w such pro persons should Insist upoti a ™ cedures and have warned the pro thorough examination of their teeth f. sMlon sgalnat this danger This '•>' nieans of the X r.iy and not tske subject haa received special attention 'he word of a dentist who merely l.v I>r llenry A Cotton, medical dl Inspects the teeth and pronoun.es rector of the New Jersey Slate llos them all right. The failure of the piUil, Who in a recent statement In dentist to recognise the existence of the August "Electrical Kxperiment ro.H infection and the practice of put ir" on the lmi»ortanec of X-racing ting In pivots, pold crowns and the teeth, has the following W> say: bridge work, without first taking "Unfortunately for the patient, in radiographs of these teeth to be sure . fectcd teeth may not and often do that there are no Infectodrf'ools, hsa not cause any symptoms Which sounded the death knell of manv would lead one to believe that any l*opfc\ for when the Infection has j thing Is wrong with his teeth This Invaded.olher nrgaiw it Is often too j type of Infection Is what is known '**te for extraction of the teeth to he as chronic In contradistinction to an nn y benefit. No matter If ths J| acute Infection, and does not cause teeth give no trouble or if one feels £ pain, pus or swelling, and frequently perfectly healthy at the present f no rise In temperature.* Hence, there time. If he has had any dental work % aj~e no symptoms which direct the done at any time, he should Insist 3m patient's attention to this condition. "P°" hl * dentist radiographing his W and often they are atr.axed when teeth so tliat he will not be thejH they are told that they have In victim of a false security and finally H fected teeth aral that they must have succumb to a fatal disease, which la n certjiln number extracted If they might have been prevented If he liadv^yl wish to recover from their particular taken the precaution mentioned. illness. The question is often asked. (Continued Tomorrow) Kach morning, between t a.nd 10.10, -II |\j t J J will X ray your teeth. I FREE I Come esrly In the morning. If possible, please. Regal Dental Offices* 08. 1.. B. CI.ABK, Manager ■ llll'i Third Avenue N. \V. Corner Tltlrd and I'nlon I In Every Bes|M-rt faille's leading Dentists ■ Diaiionally Across the Street from the I'ostofflce. He Sure to CM jH to the Bight Place ■ I.AHY ATTENDANTS ON UITY AT ALL. TIMES ■J9 MEXICO REBELS " HOLDING JUAREZ. Nearly All of Chihuahua Is Now With Rebellion Kl< TABO, Texaa. May 4 Tuare* find virtually all of 'he alate of '|i Chihuahua w#r« f *nU G»rrmJi*«. •o'll, today. Tli» Important border town arm** § tba lUo Grande from Kl I'aao j volteil yl*t*r*ny afUrnoon iu> wont t arrived that I'arral *nd Cualhulria- i chic, two leading miniaff «inip» "* i Ik* M> ilcan border atate, alao bad Joined tli« Konora retail lon. WlUi Urnd* playing ">'l a holiday nplrit over the town of t Jiihui, the Carranga official# ea*t|y doff«d the "tnantla of Hi' federal lorrmmMt and d' lared thern »eive* follower* of the rebellious ccxutltuUonallirt party headed by Hon. AH aro Obregon VKTOBV ►"OB lIBIII'X<ON IS IIMHIDI.I-SH ONK The agreement they signed with Arturo M. I Il»*. brother of On. liutarco >:itan Oallo*. chief military leader In the Honora'ilirgon revolt, waa dlgpotcbed to the latter for hi* approval. Not a ahot wn* fired. C.rn. J. (J. beabtr, former Carranoi comman der in Juarez, will retain bli leader- j •hip of tha garrison Th" aami* city, state and federal | offij lal* In Juurez will hold their M offl.cn under the revolution. The next movement of the In '."hlhuabua will 1« the ma;*ti:#jL of force* against Torreoir In bulla, center of Uexioo'n rich cotton > district. the rel<e| leader* *tated. American* In Juarez and Oiihau mu» cily »<r« safe, official* re ! port* »hdwcd today. dtjr for revision of their paoaport*. Kuiz B&ndoviil, Carranxiata <>naul here, awaited ordera from Mfxloo city. To a pmon, five M tall atandinf on the haach at aeaaide. the horizon in about two and three quartera mile* aVay.