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" . It's a real treat Dr. Prices Washington and Return S6s50. vl m V)I m.eunw li tOUJMCBWg I I 9mk. IS fB V ImH MB H! M more Aaff a A delicious combination of Wheat. Buy a package of AMUSEMENTS. XISICAT, COMEDY AT CRAWFORD. From serious drama to musical comedy was the long jump which the Glass Stock company made with suc cess at the Crawford theater last night George M. Cohan's "Forty Five Minutes Front Broadway." with its pleasing: sons numbers and rapid fire comedy was presented with all the swing of the Cohan production. While no claims hare been made by Irene Shirley and Audra Alden, who play the leading- roles with the Glass play ers, that they are prima donnas, they demonstrated that they sing as well as act Au Mary Jane Jenkins, the house maid, Irene Shirley is splendid in both the droll roll and in the more vivacious lines and scenes with Kid Burns, sec retary to Tom Bennett, who inherited the fortune which was rightfully .Mart's. Kid Burns, with all Ms slang phrases of New York, during his brief stay in New Rochelle, a country town onlv 45 minutes from Broadway, falls in Joe with Mary Although he had been a cu.npanion of Bennett's for five j ears, wnen he finds a will bequeathing the fortune to Mary, he give her the wi.l and starts away without asking her the question uppermost in his Bind. Suspectirg that Burns had won her af fection, knowing of the will, Mary's jjrjde is hurt, but when he informs her that the knowledge that She had a mil lion in 1 er own name prevented him from asking her to became hi wife, she tears up the document and their happiness is supreme. As Kid Burns, Walter P Richardson, a new -member of the Glass -company, portrays the Cohan character in excellent manner. Mr Richardson has . Just joined the Glass company and as "Kid Burns." he was, in the language of the Kid" himself, "the real goods.- and from al ' most, htt very entrance a favorite. Mr. KicfcmrflSon is young, handsome, a fin ished' actor, and dances and sings topi cal songs ta a way that will "work him to & shadow" before the week is over. He has brought to the Glass company warmth and magnetism, and as a leading man should be very popu lar Richard , Orlyle Bid his best ire since appearing with the Glass com pany as "Kid Bennett," aad his sing ing numbers were "put across" in tell ing effect Audra Alden as the "Bhow-glrl-en-gaged-to-milllons" was a dream of dainty femininity, and her song number with Carlyle held the audience en tranced. Miss Alden gives promise for a great musical career. Russell Snoad. as the old man-servant. James' MacEugh as the "vfllian": Katherine Perry, who Is a happy addi tion to the company, as the adventur ess. Mirsa Marston, as the weeping town gossip, and, Mr. Paxtoa who was not quite sure of his lines all, did good work .that would compare most NOT A BECOM ING CROWN FOE YOUTH Unsightly grey and faded hair Why not have beautiful, natural colored hair, fail of life and beanry-kcep yourself young looking and fascinating? It jso easy and simple to do if you will get a 'bottle of IfyyffmiM Hmmith to-day. You'll notice a change after one or two applications how quickly the grey hairs vanish how glossy, full of life and vitality HAY'S HAIR HEALTH will feeep your hair. Don't waste time, get a bottle to-day. It's guaranteed to be satisfactory. T7RT7T7- Sign this adv. and take it to " XV-flEi . guy c jjjg following drug gists, and get a 50c size bottle of HAY S HAIR HEALTH and 1 cake of HAR FINA SOAP FREE, for 50c; or SI size bottle of HAY'S HAIR HEALTH and 2 cakes of HARFINA SOAP FREE, for $1. 'For sale and recommended by Knob lauch Drug Co, Kelly & Pollard. Oats, Rice and Barley The El Paso & Southwestern System 7?.Ki USaSlJ lei t3e j&Xi :swi L A 'A f&KT Passenger Service Effective Feb. 17th Train No. 61-5 Train No. 63-34 Leave Lewis Springs 3:35 P.M. 9:00 P.M. Arrive Ft. Huachuca 4:35 P. M. 10:00 P. M Train No. 62-5 Train No. 64-34 Leave Ft. Jffiwthaca 2O0 P. M. 8:00 P. M Arrive Lewis Springs...... 3:16 P. M. 8:45 P.M. Freight service, effective February 18th. schedule same as above EUGENE FOX, General Passenger Agen fapemkfasi faad Algrain today favorably with that given by travel ing attractions whose chief appeal is In the higher prices. The chorus male and female as well as the electrical and stage effects were -far above what would or should be expected at a stock theater, and manager Glass Is due the commenda tion of those who find enjoyment in theatrioals. The song numbers, "Mary Is a Grand Old Name," by Irene Shirley: "Forty Five Minutes From Broadway," by Walter P. Richardson; "The Love Song." by Audra Alden and Richard Carlyle; "I. Want to- Be a Popular Mil lionaire." by Richard Carlyle, and "So Long Mary." by Irene Shirley." were all well recelTed and encored. The chorus was composed of El Pasoane the participants being Hazel Seymere, May Sherman, Kleda Wltz, Pearl Campbell. Evelyn' Blaston, John Dalton, Charles Wilson. George Bl dridge. Frank Harris. Clifford Mc Queen and Pearl Branson. CRAWFORD, "45 MfVBTESv" Over 1,50 paid admissions witnessed the two performances of "Forty Five Minutes From Broadway" at the Craw ford yesterday, and if a riot of laugh ter and applause, to say nothing of curtain calls aad unlimited encores, amount to anything, then the Glass combination will record the largest week's business at the small Crawford prices in the history of the family play house. Eearly seat reservation should be made at Ryan's drug store. Adv. CRAWFORD. WEDXESDAY MATIXEE Women desiring to witness "Forty. FlTe Minutes From Broadway" at the Crawford Wednesday should make early box reservation 25 cents as the remainder of the house Is unre served at the matinee performances 10 and 20 cents Adv. AUDITORITrM PRIZES. The classy Auditorium will give prizes each Wednesday night to the best skaters, fancy skaters, trick skat ers and fastest skaters. The crowds are Increasing morning, afternoon and night New faces mingling with the regsdac patrons, ga tQ show thafcthe skSflBfr habit is-, taking .greater El Paso; TBe now pipe organ Is Just what the doctor ordered. Come with the crowd. Adv. HIPPODROME SKATING TtlXK. The pleasure of skating in an airy place Is half of your good time as well s the best thing for your health. We make a specialty of our ventilation. Our floor is the best in the city and our skates cannot be duplicated else .WV....U. fn& ntislltv TTnt?er these condi tions skating is a most healthful pleasure. jan. joui uuv.i. "" classes every morning from 19 ttntH 12, for the women. "The Hippodrome, of course." Adv. HIi PASO DRBATERS WIX IN CONTEST AT COLLEGE Bl Paso High school debaters de feated the debating team of the New Mexico A. & M. college at Mesilla Park, N. SC, Saturday night Rupert Glllett and Bdgar Virden. representing EI Paso, took the negative side of the woman suffrage question, and the judges decided that they were right In declaring that ft should not be adopted in the United States. Besides, Gillett was given honorable mention for the best delivery. The New Mexico team was cpmposed of Frances Xyster apd Richard Bu vans. A- H. "Hughey, professor of oratory at the Bl Paso High school, presided, and. the Judges were attorneys Thomp son, Sutherland aad Jones, of Las Cruces, N. M. Last year the Bl Paso High school team defeated the Mesilla boys in a de bate andlt Is now planned to make this an annual affair, to be held during the month of February. ENGLAND DRAFTS ANOTHER NOTE IN CANAL CONTROVERSY Washington, IX a, Feb. 17. Sir Ed ward Grey's rejoinder to secretary Knox's last note regarding the Panama canal tolls question practically has been completed and its substance at least is expected to reach Washington this week. It is understood that this last note by no means settles the contro versy, nor does it contain assurances of an acceptance of the special commis sion, supposed to be created by that convention! PAVING STARTS ON WEST SAN ANTONIO STREET MONDAY West San Antonio street is being paved. Work started Monday morning on the block between El Paso and Santa Fe streets, where the curbing has already been set The other blocks are to be paved in turn. Bltullthlc paving is being laid. ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF ITS NEW LINE BETWEEN Lewis Springs AND f Uii'jphiiP'j "-"! :..... Mrmj ia AS folluws: I ii. , Hi uances There -was a good crowd at the Coun try club on Saturday night at the reg ular Saturday night dance. Those present were: CoL and Mrs. W. D. Lockwood, Capt and Mrs. F. W. Lewis, Capt and Mrs. George S. Slmonds. Lieut and Mrs. W. C. Short Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Sutton. Mr. and Mm. A. L. Lathrop, Mr. and Mrs. William H. F. Judd, Mr, and Mrs. A. N. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Kerr, Mr. and Mrs. Waters Davie, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leavell, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Harris, Dr. ahd Mrs. M. O. Wright: Mesdamcs R. C Canby and Anna Porter Krause; Misses Henrietta Buckler, Martha Thurmond, Olive Davis, Amorette Cobb, Edith McCreary, Blleen Walz. Elizabeth Winn, Gail and Glen McCuI lough, Jeanette Rumsey, Lemire Ne beker. Clare Yancey, Florence Tancey, Jane Lindsey, Estelle and Helen Ellis, Katherine HOgue, Frances Mayfield, AValker McClellan. E. Cunningham, Short; Messrs. Ralph Wingo, Britton Davis, Gist Russell, Ted Davis. Robert Holiday, Garnett King. Jfervis Dean. Talbot Hill. James Curtis, Gunther Lessing, J. Bowen, L. J. Burred; Capt talns Julian L. Dodge, A. F. Casad: Lieutenants Benjamin C Lockwood jr., George H. Brett, Roscoe C. Batson, John W. Sherwood, William C. Nichol son. Church Affairs Mrs. William Hogarth will be the hostess of the Women's Missionary so ciety of Trinity church on Tuesday afternoon, February 18, at her home, 1467 Nevada street St Clement's Guild will meet this afternoon at Kendrlck hall to sew. The Aid society aad missionary union of the First Baptist church will have a regular monthly social In the church On Tuesday afternoon. Feb. IS. The Junior department of the Sunday school of the First Presbyterian church will gWe a. party in the church parlors on Friday night Feb. 81. for their par ents. Mrs. J. M. Gilllland will have charge of the evening. The regular monthly meeting of the Wnman's TtMiuinnArv soeietv of the First Presbyterian church will be held f at the church on xuesoay aiternoon at Z oclock, preceded by a meeting of the "Payr circle" In -the rnen'a roonf at t:& oclock. El Pasoans Auoay H T7nn. T IMttl SaMHlJ MV. airy, stationed at Fort Bliss, has had his siok leave extended for two months and he and Mrs. Fitchare at present In Panama. R. K. Kohler left Friday morning for Silver City. N- M. He Mrs. B. F. Hararaett who left er Los Angeles, CaU a few weeks ago for her health, is reported as entirely recov ered from her illness. ' ' J Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Coles will attend I tne Wilson mauBurawira in wa& i and win go from there to Panama, for the remainder of the winter. They will leave St Louis on February 28th, where Mrs Coles will join Mr. Coles after a visit there with friends. El Pasoans Returning xrM Tnllo (Ihom haft mtumed from Alamogordo, N. M, where she has been on business. Mrs. Sharp has resigned her position as district manager of the Fraternal Brotherhood, and will go to Long Beach, Calif, about March 1. Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Brown have returned from Marfa, Texas, where Rev. Mr. Brown held services. E. C. McQamy, who has, been in and about Parxal, Mexico, for some weeks, returned here Saturday. Sidney Mayer returned this morning from an extended eastern business trip. "9& 3fr Mrs. Clarke Hutington has returned to El Paso after an extended visit with Mrs. C. C Huntington, of Chattanooga, Tenn. The Human Touch, published by the Bookery New York city. On sale here Price L00. Phone S477. Catholic Athletic association will have a general meeting at the new gymnasium, Tuesday evening. Feb. 18, 8 oclock. . The Human Touch. "Not a dull line in J the whole dook." When Winter A CORRESPONDENT asks a ques tion which appears to be per petually puszllng to a great many people, and since the answer !a voles one of the most important rela tions between the sun and the earth, it is here given. This is the question: "If. as astron omers say, the cause of winjter is the low elevation of the sun, why then, since the sun is lowest in the south about the 22d of December, the winter solstice, does the temperature con tinue to fall after the sun has turned back north, and has been rising higher for several weeks? I should think it would be the coldest at the winter solstice, when the sun is lowest, ana its ravs fall the most obliquely." Here is the answer: The cold of winter is due to two causes which act together, first, to the low angle at which the sun's rays strike the earth, causing the same quantity of heat to be spread over a much greater area, and secend. to the fact that when the sun Is below the equator the nights in northern hemispheres are longer than the days. The Earth's Position. Let us take the second first. Look at the first figure, showing the north pole of the earth leanlnr antv from I the sun. as it does in winter, while wic Buum ptwe leans towara n- -" shaded side represents night and the other da; Starting from the equator. where day and night are always of equal length,- no matter -what the position of the poles with reference to the sun may be, you perceive that as you go north the length of night In creases as compared with that of day. At 4 degrees north latitude, which is the medium latitude of the northern united States, the difference ia very evident on the diagram. At the time of the winter solstice, which Is that here represented, when the sun is 23 degrees south of the equator, the night Ayer's lia.r Visor Glad to know you have used it. Tell your friends how it stopped your falling hair and greatly promoted its growth. Ask Your Doctor. ' m Conducted by MISS HAIXIE IRVIN Telephones 2020 or 2040, day; and SIS. sight 4.4.4. t SOCIAL CALENDAR. Men's club of the First Pros- byterian church entertain Men's club of St Clement's church. Regular monthly meeting of the Missionary society of the First Presbyterian church. Meeting of the "Bureka" Bridge club. Meeting of the Missionary so- clety of Calvary-Houston Square Baptist church. Mrs. William Hogarth enter- tains the Women's Missionary society of Trinity Methodist church. For Winter Sports The hood Is crocheted of plain coarse wool, white, with a border of knitted flowers in pink, with green leaves and browri stems. The cap has a erown of knitted gray wool, with -a band of bright plaid, woven of angora wool. A scarf of gray, matching the crown, is worn. ' ' Women's Organizations The regular monthly meeting of the Bl Paso braneh of the International Sunshine society is being held this afternoon at 3 oclock in the parlors of the Sunshine Day nursery on South Campbell street There will be only two more meetings this season of this society. Mrs. George Franklin ' will be the next hostess of the Thursday Needle Work club. About El Pasoans Mrs. Flora A. Graves has been nomi nated as candidate for the supreme convention of Fraternal Brotherhood. which will be held in Los Angeles, Calif., in June. Miss Lucille Daniel Is much improved from her recent attack of the grip. . Flower S forrresh & potted flow- t,,....-. - . , r Is Coldest It Qoes. Not Occur Must Be Struck e Away at Night ana at 40 deg -aes north latitude is abouf four and A.nalfTntars longer than the aay. As vou continue to m nnrtti h dif ference inciteasea. until when you have arrived at the Arctic circle, within 23 degrees of the pole, day vanishes com pletely. andVit is all night In the southern hemisphere, exactly the re verse occurs, so that they have their winter when we have our summer. Now,, as to the second cause men tioned above: lVok at the second figure. You know, no Woubt. that corn stalks always grow u, vertically out of the ground, whether! it is a flat valley or a hillside. But a farmer will tell you that he can ralsemore corn on an acre of flat land tharr on a steep hillside even if there is n difference in the fertility of soil. Tlhe reason is evident from an inspectionvo the diagram The same number of sftalKs i represented on the upper part T th figure as on thn lower part Bit'' thl N " l r more zr"un! buj'i-. til' lip n' hi i 1 'i- r tt-a'i t" 1 v I .- ii itu 1 lei r rHMKrc83bAN v a Ii iPr mWm ill (mil . Vm$ V mjljx -40 1 (ah fff'l l 5' - T Out Of Town Visitors John W. Walker, of Tucson, is ex pected here Tuesday evening to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Norman M. Walker, 514 Corto street and to be present at the celebration of their first wedding anniversary Wednesday. Feb ruary 19- Mr. Waller was formerly United States court reporter at Tomb stone, Ariz., but is now engaged m business in Tucson. , Mr. and Mrs. William Wehel, of Evansville. Ind.. who have been at the El Paso del Norte for the paat two weeks, will leave for the east this week. J& jg. Mrs. Henry Van Balkenbergb, who has been visiting her sister in Cali fornia, la now visiting hr brother, 1L H. Bailey, of this oity. Mrs. W. D. Connell and Mrs. Lee Glasscock have as their guest, their father. William Mitchell, of CerdOTa, Alaska. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Carter have come from Palestine, Texas, and will make their future home in El Paso. Jt Jt JC John Arthur Rule is up rom Ter razas, Mex., for the week end, visiting his wife an the family ef Judge Wil liam M. Coldwell. Rev. and Mrs. C Wesley Webdell are entertaining bishop E. R. Hendrix from Mexico. jl je. ju .Mrs. John Verfuth, of Bisbee, Ari zona, is visiting friends in Bl Paso. & 4fr Mrs. Betty Brown, of Sierra Blanca, Is visiting friends in El Paso. Mrs. Charles Jones, of Marfa, is here with her children and visiting with her father. Mr. Duncan, and sisters, Mrs. B. C McCamv and Mrs. Colston. Miss Dora Pfenninger, of Waxa hachie, Tex is here visiting with her sister. Miss Pauline Pfenninger. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Rick arrived Monday morning from Oklahoma City, Ok., and will make El Paso their home. Mrs. Rick is a sister of O. A. Daniel son, of this city. Dinners and Luncheons Mr. and Mrs. William H. Degamoene entertained at dinner on Sunday even ing at the Valley Inn. Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. McPherson, Doro thy Degamoens and Mies Jessie L. An drews. Judge and Mrs. John F. Weeks mo tored down to the Valley Inn on Sun day afternoon and entertained then house guests. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. An drews and Miss Charllne Andrews, of WallhaUa. N. D, at dinner at the Ian. ., Maj. R. E. L. Mlchle motored down lo the Valley Inn on Sunday evening and entertained at dinner Capt and Mrs. Awbrey Lippincott Lieut and Mrs. Jerome Pillow. Lieut and Mrs. W. M. Hensley and Dr. and Mrs. L. Ray mond Pouat Dr. Ira, W. Collins .and Mrs. Btosa Donaldson were host and- hostess of a dinner party at the Paso del Norte on Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. J. J. .Mundy and Mrs. Walter Williams were guests. if it Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kerr entertained Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leavell at dinner at the Country club on Saturday night Mr. and MraR. G. Mkrtlh. of High land Park, entertained Saturday night with a dinner. Cards r "Or T Hmwii anif Trs FrAnClS aid. ... m m , - - L. Moore will entertain on Friday afternoon with a bridge party for the younger social set at the home of Mrs. Brown. The honored guests will be the Misses Lemire Nebeker. Clare and Florence Tancey and Hattle Kills. t 3fr Mrs. L. J. GUchrlst wiH be the hos tess of the Wednesday Afternoon Bridge club this week. Mrs. Clarence D. Johnson will be the hostess of the "Eureka" Bridge club on Tuesday afternoon. The Human Touch. Beautiful new edition, by an Bl Paso author, Edith Nlcholl BHlsoit "The Human Touch one of the best yarns I ever read." Richard Barton, professor English literature University of Minnesota. For sale here. Phone S477. Price Jl.. The Human Touch has received un stinted praise all over the country. at Winter SoJrtke Because a Balance Between Ameant of Heat Radiated That Received by Day. v line, then, represents the side of an acre, the- -upper- ase. containing the same number of stalks, swat represent the side of a square much greater tha'a an acre. The same thing happens with the sun's rays. They are equally numer ous, whether they strike the earth ver tically or slopingl. but when they fall sloingly they are spread over a great er surface, and consequently their heating effect, for a given area, is less The Accumulation. The combination of these two causes, as wo ha o said, brings on the cold of winter It remains to explain whv the old is not greatest when the sun Is lowest It is because the cold will accumulate or more correctl. the relatie loss of heat will grow greater as lone as more heat is radiated aw,i ,it mulit than is ac umulateil bv li and thi continues to be the . io f'T L,ui.i ki weeks ifter the sun h ii x '- m th w ri i r Nf - t i -i ., i n u -" ' i. ACCOUNT - ? Presidential Inauguration On Sale Feb y 26-2 7-28-Mar. 1st. Lsaft Mardi 1 0th. EXTENSION PRIVILEGE TO APRIL 10th DINING CARS SLEEPERS OBSERVATION CARS OIL B.URNING LOCOMOTIVES THROUGH TOURIST SLEEPERS SUNSET LIMITED. TRAIN DELUXE, EVERY THURSDAY AT 9 j30 A. M. City Ticket Office 206 No. Oregon St W. C. McCORMICK. G.A. J. E. MONROE, GP.&T.A. El Paso to Buenos Ayres, north. Although the sun Is lowest about December 22 the greatest cold of winter ordinarily occurs about Feb ruary 1: but the precise date is vari able owing to local or accidental in fluences. As soon as the amount of heat stored up by dav equals that lost at night, the temperature will begin to riee. Exactly, the same Influence Is at work in summer, for the hottest weather does not occur on June 21. .when the sun is highest, and when the greatest amount of heat is poured down in 24 hours, but about the end of July, when the earth has become thoroughly warmed, and more heat. Is accumulated by day than Is radiated away by night TWO SUNDAY ALARMS. At 9 oclock Sunday morning the cen tral fire company responded to an alarm turned la for a fire at 811 1-2 San Antonio street. A defective floe In that banding' was responsible for the fire, which did no damage. At 4:30 oclock, Sunday morning a passerby thought he saw a fire In prog ress in the City Natio&al bank, corner of San Antonio and Oregon, and promptly turned in alarm. The cen tral company responded, but 'was un able to locate any blase. At 10. 00 oclock Sunday night the central fire company responded to an alarm turned la for a fire originating in a trash be in the rear of the building at 320 South Stanton street There was no damage. A Beautiful Complexion May Be Yours in TEN DAYS Nadinola CREAM The CompkxkHi Beautifkr 6seJ aai Esdersed By TIicomiiiIi NADINOLA) banishes tan, sal lowness, freckles, pimples, liver spots, etc. Ex treme cases in twenty days. Rids the pores and tissues of imparities, leaves the skin clear, soft, healthy. Direc tions and gtmronUt ia package. By toilet counters-or mail. Two sizes, 50c. and $1. KATIOffAL TOILET COMPANY. Parti. Torn. DIMNiQOTE V T j&kWy I -I MddflaH CAAntfliffi Those who have had cakes ruined by jarring the stove, slamming the oven door or a heavy footstep, may have wondered how the dining car chef can turn out such marvelous biscuits, hot breads and pastry when his oven is being incessantly jarred and jolted and shaken by the motion of the train. To get pastry to raise and stay raised under these con ditions, a baking powder must be used that continues to give off its leavening gas that sustains the raise until the dough is baked through. to their needs In K C and you w find Jt Just as weM sotted to yorrequirwaenh. K C is really a blend of two baking powders, one active as soon as moistened, the other requiring both mois ture and heat to start thegeaeration of leavening gas. No matter howinobt and rich you make your cake. K C Baking Powder will "a e raise until a crust is formed andjaU danger of falling K C Baking Powder is pure and healthful. It is guaranteed under all pure food laws, and is guaranteed to please you. And it is sold at a reasonable price no baking powder should sell for more. 54 Try a can S. A $1 44.00 MADERO GETS CABS; AMERICANS REFUSED Cattlemen have a kick against tna Mexican Central railroad, they sa They claim that cars for the movement. of cattle were refused W. P. Robert son and Tom Dailey. at Chihuahua, but Alberto Madero was given ears to move cattle from Bustilloa, where Rob ertson had some cattle he wanted to move. Snday a shipment of Alberto Ma dero's cattle, numbering nearly 10 J head were received In El Paso, and it is understood they will be stmt to pas ture. IS miles northeast of El Paso. Use Domestic Coke. Southwestern Fuel Co. HOTEL PASO DEL NORTE. The dining roonf and grill of Hotel Paso del Norte ia open until mid night Meals served a. la. carte ex cellent service. Use Domestic Cote. Southwestern Fuel Co. The person without enthusiasm is like the motor without gasoline. It nuy be a fine machine, but it wofi't go. Use Domestic Coke. Southwestern Fuel Co. I Your Money Returned I If Not Satisfied H Bny one of these tracts today K H and sake personal exasoi&atioa. K H of the property any time with H H in oae year of date of purchase, H H and whea yoH see the property H Hj if you are not satisfied, yoar H M money w&t he cheerfaBy ye- Hj m tamed. Sj H Acre Traets oa the Inierarban, H H $306 e&eh, $10 eaeh, $18 a H JH month. H I Tobin Trust Company I B Interurban Land Headquarters. IH Vn aking Powder at our risk and be convinced.