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11 v Bedtime Stories For The Little Ones 1 0 TOCLE WIGGILY AND SAMMIES AUTO. By HOWARD B. GARIS 1 ii Lnclt "W g 1 Long-ears, t u-in ra, uentleman was nc throve tl e woods, feel e- sad I se he had not an ar-uu'-e that day 1 of a s J den he heard a i rip ( -will not po There s no use o ira.e it' " - it you hanged it and a couple of times it would ar oiner oiq? e it to Uncle Wig-gily' He 11 po exclaimed a third voice. n e wnat'a this thought -abbit gentleman to him self as he leaued on his red, white and blue striped -heomatism crutch and twinkled his pink nose. "What is ft I am to fix 1 hope this isn't the Plpsewah and the Skeezicks having a dispute with the Blue Nosed Bab bo6n about making one of them go after my souse. I think I'd better take a look." So the bunny rabbit eentleman peeked around the corner of a bank of snow and there he saw Bil'ie and Johnnie Bushytail the two squirrel hlt- ' -Oh. rm all riffht with them they're my friends'" said Uncle Wlg gfly So he stepped boldly out, walked up to the three animal boys and asked "What the matter. Sammfe "What won't go "My toy automobile that I sot for Christmas," S a m m I e answered. Something Is the matter and it woo t go ana we were just .going to try to see if it could race with a snowball." Race your auto with a snowball. Sammie r cried Uncle WiggUy in sur prise. "Why, you can't do that1 A snowball can t run." I It can run down hill. aM the rabbit boy, "and that's where we were igoiitg to have the race. But now we can't, because my toy auto mobile is broken and sadly Sammie looked at the plaything, which was about as large as a mnskmvlon or perhaps even a squash for all I know Uncle Wiggil having a real auto mobile of his own, as well as an air- cold and prevent compli-,. SSo.Skrmamm C&tlOHS. ! "The tikerum-tankeram has become twisted around the whixxicum-whaz- tzicum said Mr Longears. BETTER THAN " WHISKEY FOR COLDS AND FLU New elixir, called Aspiron al medicated with latest scientific remedies, used and endorsed by Euro pean and American army surgeons to cut snort a I A Line 0 Cheer I Each Day 0 The Year By JOn.N KENDHICK BANGS. KWIZ Reg. 0 & Pst. Oft. HE known a hnman of such strength That h could hoia at runest length The full weight of a man, yet he Was weak as foam udod the sea. Tor when by some misfortune stong- lie naa not strengtn to noia nis tongue, AnA with lunffnt And wrftthfnl enru ! Made bad enough so much the worse. copyright, lizn, oy The jicciure Newspaper Syndicate. iiVerV anieenSt in U S in-' TeF " answered Sammie and BlUie , J """SB01' LU- . O. 1U iaJld Johnnie aU together like twins. auuuMJu so reiunQ pnee TDUAJg0 . wmie you wait at count - er if relief does not come within two minutes. Delightful taste, immediate relief, quick warm-up, Tie eensatjos of the, year in the irug t-ade is Aapironal, the two- r rute coid and eoagh reliever, aa trior Tatnely sruaraBteed by toe labora to- tested, approved and most rthLeiast rally endorsed ij tire hub' est autoonties, and proclaimed by the omrcuTi cieople as ten tunee as qtuek end eriective as whiskey, rock and re, or any other eoid and rniedv tbey have erex tried. All drug stores are now soppbed with the wonderful new elixir, so all you hze to do to get nd of that cold to step into the nearest drat: store. band the Jerk half a dollar for a bottle oi Aspironai and tell him to serve yon tiro teaspoonfuls with four teaspooc fuis of water in a glass. With your natch in your hand, take the drmL a one swallow and call for yoar saoeey back in two minutes if yoa cannot lee! rour cold fading away like a dream thiu tbe t me limit Don't be bash ful for all druggists invite yoa and expect yon to try it. Everybody's l lrg it. Uien vour cold or eoneb is re take tbe remainder of the bottle t" roar wife and babies, for d- i St far tbe safest and most . . tbe easiest to take and the sreeabie cold and sough nocdy - aits and ehiklreB. Adr. $r- Sdqai j S Pres ipso THf SHADOW ART "ParfcYeur Carem Today Jkuitt PaxnenoNsisc Presents iosheiimens SHOES Can You Fit into Them? Do Yea Understand the Other Km? A Stupendous Drama of a Strong Man Who Became His Brother's Keeper. A drama that throws the X-Ray on the heart. Try to Get Into "Other Hen's Shoes" Added Features PararaoBfit Magas&e And the only way to fix It." said unci wtggiiy "is to put some talcum powder on the thing-a-m&-bob that sizzes around the what-ia-lt" "And can you do that? asked Sam mie, dapping his paws easTsr like and exclamatory ' Z can," said Uncle Wiggily. and he did. He hurried back to the under ground burrow house, borrowed some talcum powder from Nurse Jane Fuzzy Wuzsy. his muskrat lady housekeeper and soon Sammie'a auto was running as well as ever "But tiais isn't much of an adven ture for me said Uncle Wigily to himself, as the two squirrel boys and the rabbit chap ran off to play with the auto I must hop along: again ana see u someimng real exciting: will happen So Uncle WiggUy. after ha-ring xixea isammie s auto, bopped over i me items ana inrou?n tne wwwir looking for an adventure He was be ginning to think he would never find one, when, all of a sudden, oat from behind a enowcovered sassafras tmah jumped the funny old Bazumpus. "Dear me' exclaimed the Ba rumpus, presendmg to be surprised. "How remarkable" and he grabbed Uncle WiggUy by the ears. "I didn't expect to meet you'" he went on, not telling the exact truth, as the rabbit gentleman well knew well, now rou have me me wht are you going to do asked Uncle Wiggily, scornful like for he nevr cared for any one who did not tell tne truth. I think I shall nibble a bit of tout souse, said the bad old Baxampos, """ uuugruy at me raooti gen tleman s ears, where souse always grows. Yea I shall take some of your souse and then, if there is any time left. I U take you to the Skeeslcks and the Pipsisewah. They have been looking for you a long while, but, somehow or other, they haven't caught you." "And I'm rlad thev h&s-Anf .Bu the bunny -sut tfieyn get you nowr went on the BaxumDna- "A f tr ra hnj M (souse off your ears m help them gethetrs. They are friends of mine aad All of a sadden, wmi TTnjtiat rirt gfly was feeling badly, and wishing he ooaM get away from the Bazumpus, there came a cry of "Look out for the auto! Look out for the automobile' Look out Look out and there was a whizzing, whir ring sound. "Gracious me sakes' alive and a liver bologna sandwich covered with pepperhash cried the Bazumpus. I don't want to get run down by a jitnejrl Oh my' and he gave a jump tttingfgo of Uncle Wiggiiys ears aad away he ran as fast as anythinc did tie Bazumpus Uncle Wtggiiy was so surprised that he couldn't get out of the way The auto The auto" cried the voice again and then something ran alamp-bang-ker-bunko' full crash in to the rabbit gentleman. He was hit by the automobile But It was only the little tin toy one he had fixed for Sammie, the rabbit boy, and the auto was so ligSt it couldn't hurt a rag doll, let alone brave Uncle Wiggily. Up dame run ning and laughing Sammie and the squirrels. "We didn't mean to run the auto into you. Uncle Wiggily." they said. "It eot awav from us and slid down M1L- Tm glad it dld,Mlaugked the bunny "Only for the auto havlne scared away the Bazumpus he would have naa my souse, rm glad l fixed it for you. Sammie." Then Uncle Wiggily hopped home, satisfied with th irlvmtnra ha Wnt met with And from this we may I iwm uu even jumping jacjc may be of some use fn his world. So if the coffee grinder doesn't try to go into the parlor when there s company and pretend he's the phonogranh dressed up like the egg beater III teu you next aoout Lncle Wureilv Susies lady bug CoDVrirht 4m'" and 1SU cate. Anauers to lesterd&T's Question. 1 Gustaf is the reigning mon arch of Sweden Robert f. Ingersoll was an American law er distinguished as an orator and writer 3 Plastic art is one having to do with model ng as in clay or wax. 4 A mistral is a violent, cold, and northerly wind peculiar to the Mediterranean provinces of Franc and frequently mentioned In the literature ,pt tnat locality 5 John J Audubon rAmerican Hall of Fame) it as the most celebrated of American ornithologists liSO-is&i 6 The presiding officer of the United States senate is the vice presi dent, although he may deputise any memoer oi tee cnamoer at win. 7 The gun n hale is the upper edge of the side of a ship it is so named from the fact that in other days the gun was pointed over this side or railing ine initials -v j. mean tne Victoria cross the highest decora tion for valor m the gift of the Brit ish crown $ Febrifuge is the name applied to any medicine for fever 10 The uoirinai was tne eat or government in ancient Rome. Aeiv iineations. 1 Where is Glacier National park 2 For what labor saving invention is the name of Burroughs widely known 3 Who was Tohn Hay 4 What is the magazine on board a warship 3 For what does the abbreviation R. A. stand Who was Wa't Whitman 7 hat is a repatriate S Who wrote "Home, Sweet 'i republic Fien thousana shep an 1 have perished while the material la est t mateu at i,wv.evv by McClure Newspaper ;ndi -hi i the United Kingdom hat i a Gila mciwW" J A YeCLTS A&0 TodClV moch other "vtock reported to damage I F-om The -IcraldoCThla Date. vw REPORTS from St Petersburg tell of tbe serious condition cf the country which would be fined into bankruptcy if It were not for M W itte, at the head of affairs. Dr F P Miller returned this mora ine from Van Horn. The first meeting of the Arizona i Miners' association, organised re cently at Phoenix during the terri torial fair, will be held in Biabee on April 9 and promises to be well at tended. W R. Brown has left for a trip through New Mexico. Sam J Dwyer was operated on at Hotel Dieu by doctors R. L. Ramey and J. M. Richmond this morning The women of the Civic Improve ment league had a -meeting this morn ing in the chamber of commerce and discussed the matter of improving Sam Houston square and how best to raise funds for the work. W. W. Bridgers returned this morn ing from Anthony. N 1L, where he has been hunting for several da. The board of directors of Provi dence hospital last evening elected Mrs. X. P. 8chuster general superin tendent of the Institution. S. Kaglektng, spsistajit U & district attorney, will leave Friday for Waco to attend the term of federal court in Waco- Customs collector William Caples. who has been sick for several days. is able to be up again roe i master x . uisnausen is con fined to his home with illness, where he has been for several days past. 60 MILE PRAIRIE FIRE SWEEPS ARGENTINE AREA Buenos Aires, Argentine, Feb. 20 A great prairie fire SO miles wide has swept through the territory of La Palm pa, in the central part of the Your Hair Needs Dandeiine! Let Danderine save your hair and dodbie its beauty. You can have lots of long, strong, thick, lustrous hair. Don't let it stay lifeless, thin, scraggly or fading. Bring its color, vigor and vitality back. Get a 35-cent bottte of delightful "Danderine" at any drug or toilet counter to freshen your scalp; check dan druff and falling hair. Your hair needs this stimulating tonic, then its life, color, brightness and abundance will return. 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MASONS! and Fam2iej only Washington Birthday Celebration LIBERTY HALL 8 P JL, Saturday, February 21 Present ideabficaboa cards or receipt at Door. tL rASOAVS BWT ts MCCH SOAP AS THEY DO JEWELRY. Headline in The Herald. 13 SOAP lalaekjr for Dirt. At the RIALTO 'It Pa to AdTerHje" DANCE Klren bj Brolt-rlieod of Railway Clerk SO. 31ft. Liberty Hall Irlday ErenloK. Pebruarr SOth, 1KO, 8iOO p. vu Music by JIUs Hoodrs Orebestra. ADMISSION. S1.00. Znelndlne War Tax. I. DIES FREE. IJOU THEATER TODAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. Special Music Every Day by "Moody's Orchestra," from 3 to 5 and 7 to 11. "EVANGELINE" I E&O' A-L-H-A M B R A ELSIE JAMS IN "THE IMP" A Picture That Stand Oat Asians Gosd Picrare GOOD MUSIC THE BEST MUSIC ALHAMBRA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA AFTERNOON & EVENING, 3 to 5 & 7 to 11 JB 2ifUv khHbbssb31bs5 h Henry Wadsworth Longf ello w 's poem, the most sublime drama in the history of American Litera ture, will open today for a week's run. "Evangeline" is a picture that any one with an appreciation of the best in motion pictures cannot afford to miss. ijL It is a thing almost too. beautiful, j j Ssi to -blime fr words. The high I IPl'U H ilfl art of the screen must remain as a ij $, g teML closed book to those who do not 'J,,1 I TmSmsoss I linn II JC TTT Bring the children. They either have studied or will study "Evangeline" at school. This presentation of the beautiful poem is absolute ly faithful and endorsed by leading educators. J. P. McCUE, Mgr. Bijou. LAST SH0W1NS TODAY ORIGINAL MUSIC BY MR. GRIFFITH SPECIAL ORCHESTRA, 2 to 57 to 18 P. M. WIGWAM THEATER i Pd II It ! mm MB I u? II Vi IP wiifraflnHiw 1 Mid 17' ill III ,!l, EiliailllB J'lll Ull-taiJluiiiiuiuli M ,1 .. il'U1 .' .H'nPtfi, ' tl i ii!ii!iiiiiiinil,i,.i,iiit,:.,,)iiilim"i.'n.,,,i:l , .