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Special i Your E ro,cc ! ; ° n _ i |g a? against all uncer .\ ft 1 0 \ fJSfa wear annoyances is UU,,: i "Sf ItJ&\ the ATHENA label. of rood warm i 3 1 • nfr Thc wo “'' in whc of guuu warm buy,. ATHENA n j | | //Aj ■ 7 UNDERWEAR Blankets , iM 7 «... XJo? between comfort Mena lines and I*nnc.v Silks th-. L |‘ A . , • , nor yard 01**' wc, £ hl and daintintrs. Fine Wool Dross Good*. c U c.u . . r . each cr there important features i* 91.(10 f° r I 2 (2-2. r » vnl strongly emphasized in uos. 82.30 I"' and ATHENA values. Tailored Suits and Coats. I Underwear*. Special price . . .$13.0«> Beautiful trimmed hats *po- Tlicrc is no comprcmisir.p,. You cart rial 9*1*05 have a style in keeping with your Cood II corsets, spec. 92 ideas in a garment that His c .'ery line Slightly soiled sweaters, cr curve of your bed/, avoiding thc half prlco. usual thickner.s at thc waist, hips and Toques. Cap* and (Slaves to shoulders. There i~ t o “sagging* or keep the Children's baud* puilin© out of shape, and ears warm. Yo u will r.ot I new thc joy cf wear- All special prices good for ,* ng - comfortable, perfect-fating gar -I’riday and Saturday. r - yt io jhc be// wr-til yon bivc given ATHENA UNDERWEAR. Special Notice ‘. To those having accounts in two-pxcc garments and nil purchase* mads FT!* uni , i day and Saturday cm he Jr.rg'' *. iriety cf styles. Ye* .an SSTa r:;.":"d."' on,h '’ - ** - ut me minimum price. SATURDAY SPECIAL 2485 yards fine Dress Ginghams Kollo Du Snrd and Bale.’ :i to 12 yard loiirilik, lout to t>" rut) In piatda. Chorka. Slrt|i.-» and l*lnln Color.. In a Inr*.. usrorlltlcm of protty paitcrna. Heitor lay In your »o*t »|irln K .upply «'Mlo you ran buy ilium ut imrli o luw iirlcc. Tile regular 12 1-2 and ir,c quality, while lliey la.l In ginning Saturday tffe Cents 8:30 a. m. 1 Nov. 30th ywds Jamieson’s STOKE CLOSED ALL DAY THANKSGIVING L - A HARMLESS WAY TO DARKEN THE HAIR Who does not know thc value of Fuse and Sulphur for keeping thc hair dark, soft and glossy and In gcod condition? Ah a matter of fact. Sul phur is a natural element of hnir, and n deficiency or it In thc hnir Is held by many scalp specialists to lie connected with loss of color and vi ta lily of the hair. Unquestionably, there Is no hotter remedy for hair •i ;h| ycnlp troubles, especially premn,- turo grayncss, than Sage and Sul phur, if properly prepared. The Wyeth Chemical company of New York put out an Ideal prepara tion of this kind, called Wyeth’a Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy. In which Sngo and Sulphur’are combin’ rd with other valuable remedies for Keeping thc hair and scalp in clean, h'nlthy condition. If your hair is losing itn color or constantly coming out. or ir you arc troubled with dandruff or dry. Itchy renip, .act a fifty cent bottle of clh'fi Sage and Sulphur from your druggist, uso it according to the simple directions, and see what a dif ference a few days' treatment will make In the appearance of your hnir. All druggists sell it. under guaran tee that the money will ho refunded IT the remedy Is not exactly ns rep resented. J. U. Hughs, City Pm- Store,* agent. TINKER DEAL IS OFF New York, Nov. 27.—A1l negotia tions looking to the trading of Tink er or tin* Chicago National league team to Cnnclnnatl arc off. This announcement wns made this after noon by President Murphy of the Chicago dug. If the trade had been consummated it wns understood that Tinker would manage Cincinnati. Kvery householder should have plenty of dust sheets for cleaning days. Sometimes old sheets can he utilized in tliis way. Ned dust sheets me best nindc of cheap calico. WEDNESDAY Wolgast is 2 to 1 Favorite Over Richie San Francisco, Nov. 2 7.—Ad Wol gast and WiUie Ritchie rested from active preparation for their Thanks giving day fight and devoted them selves to the entertainment of long lines of visitors to their respective camps. The day opened with the cham pion still n 2 to 1 favorite over the local contender, the betting odds, however, in no wife representing public sentiment. It was declared. Pugilistic critics who maintain that the odds arc false to the form of the fighters are at a loss to ac count for them, however, on any other basis than that exi>lan.ition given by Retting Commissioner c. r hott, who Hnid that Wolgast mom y in large lots had boon given him, while Ritchie supporters kept under cover FIRE ON THE BOARD WALK Atlantic City, N. .?., Nov. 27. — I'his resort had a bad scare from fin on the board walk today which caused damage estimated at $50,000 before it wns brought under control. Pcrnuso of the flimsy nature of the tiulldincs in the path of the flame» the entire fire department was called rut. Among the places destroyed Iwero the Bradford Douse, a bath I house and a cafe and a dozen small stores. tr. POWERS FEAR OF GENERAL WAR (Continued from page out.) patch received was explicit and for mal and had ordered a general mo bilization. P*rl*, Nov. 27*-—Th® French min ister of war Issued a statement today declaring that lie upon of the mo bilization r f the French army on thc eastern frontier and elsewhere was utterly unfounded. The railing out of the reservists In the neighborhood of Nancy Is de clared to have been due to u roisuu derstandlng. According to tlu Temps, the Brigadier general of the district received a telegram concern ing a partial moblllzntlon and when It reached him he opened the seen t in«ii'Uctioii« in itie bureau relative of " hat to do la case of a general mobil isation. Hi Immediately acted upon tiiesc in tlu district under his Julrs dlctlon. The bell® were rung in all the village* anil the reservist* re ► ponded hut were later ordered hack to lllelr homes. The brlgudo of Infantry In the garrison at Belfort today held a prac tice mobilization as It doc* every year at this peliod. Pari'. Nov. 27. —Austria-Hungary decided to send a squndrou to l>m nzzo. on Die Adriatic .‘■'••a. before It Is permanently occupied by Servln. :»«■• • ordlng to a Berlin despatch to l.n Liberte. She also will make a mili tary demonstration toward Belgrade The despatch says that the uncom promising attitude of Austrln-ilun gnry stiffened since yesterday. Salonlkl. Nov. 27. iftnvy fight ing occurred today between a force or Turk* retreating from Morastir and n (Steek artuv ut Sornwllz to the south of Monastlr. It is reported that the Turfks were touted after los ing 2,000 killed and wounded. Sofia. Bulgaria, Nov. 27. -Several thousand Bulgarian rerrults of the 1012 class have lift the capital for the front in th* last three day*, thus refill lute the statement* published abroad that Bulgarin has sent her I last mi n to thc war area. The rc- I milts were well equipped and In high spirit*. Washington. Nov. 27. All Ameri can citizen* In Asintle Turkey are safe nnd unmolecteif, according to re port to the stnte department by Con sul General Hollis, at Beirut, Syria, ♦.vho announced thc receipt «f advices Jftom various consul* throughout the district. Kxcopt for some excite ment among the Mohammedan* at Haifa nnd Adana everything Is re ported quiet in thi* region. NO INDICTMENTS FOUND IN UTAH STRIKE CASES Fly. New, Nov. 27. —The special grand jury which ha* been in ses sion here for more titan two weeks adjourned today without returning indictment* ncaiust any of the 21 men who wore arrested for alleged participation in the riot at the gates of th* SdrCHI smelter In which two Greek strikers were killed. Anthony Jurlch attorney for the Western Federation of Miner* asked the court to Issue an order to hold the defend ants until addition evidence can be presented. A hearing on thc motion will bo held today. Don't waste your money buying strengthening plasters. Chatnbor laln's Liniment Is cheaper and bet ter. Dampen n piece of flannel with it ami hind it over the affected parts and It will relieve the pain nnd sore ness. For sale by nil dealers. Money may talk but any number of people never get close enough to it to catch its full meaning. <lhe WEST THEATRE TAMfQHT I And ALL THIS WEEK A A WATCH FOR GRIFFITH'S BLINDFOLD DRIVE THANKSGIVING DAY £lf \ See the Show at the Theatre Each Night ! PRICES 10, 20 AID 3HENTC 7- ■riir'ia- m—wLtiw w rxsrt y.s zr* ■■ rzc ~-r BM——SaBS—3—HBgB—BM— —s— THE CHRONICLE-NE’oS, TRINIDAD, COLORADO. CLOSING ORDER EFFECTIVE; ALLGAMES STOP night i raandat< > «»( tin clry council n* «!• n»d in .• t* ort Of tl || COI adopted at tin t::i>i :ing .'demi t> night, tier obsc d. und the I d v.a clamped down t t * , ...i tortus of public gambling I * i who did i. > close up folio win ■ •!«. ilon of No ' ember S litaV n In c< mplylng with the edict i t the lo.iuell. Slot machine.* which ! . • I*. * n rutin.i:g for a long tlm* iurm-d t" tin wall or moved * I tii* Jlm-l of | niekehi droppln » i’ • met-il j..ti< . 1* heard no tnoi For tin* first * m.- in- Castle H til rtropci'ed under tin- mil..:; merit of A. M. Merrlfhd tlnr*- *..i!l Ij<- n< moonlight ilatn *•! t. ■ >rog».'in. Mcrrlflold boa I giving .mask • t *.i but tin . • :: report light* In- kept I- ail. foil <:ip;oil> The doing nwn the ' | light-. In the on! ?i Hip < i • •nlttee'* report r* t the pub-I Hr dance Inill*. By the action • tl ■ rnun il Mon-1 . night tb® E Vmt l•!«* have been < < dance hall ptlvlleges. Thr tlm- a week tins* ' people have h< i opig <'igtllig a . Lynch hall, hut •'•un«!l otdci*-*' the H-voklng of • llccl.'o of l.’la- Ley bn, who took ' • .•-••• of the phn-< . . oiint 1 I of Pnsquallo l*ei * . t the augge Hoi of the police cot m! t-«- Unless, th council vote.i to n* n in - ’!■•;. «■ for this dance 1 und* r new man agement this ha !l remain dark This leave* but wo lln-ti * d dam •• hall* In the clt the Merrlfleld academy and ti Madden dancing academy in the ' t theatre DUMMY DIRECTORS OBLIGEO MASTERS New York. Nov. 27. - William (». Itiirna of Boston, an Incorporator o> i : porotlc n in «- 1 stand today at thc trial of Julian Hawthorn ah i. i i-t* charr'i'd using the mail to t'efraud la Canadian mine stocks. Burn* who wan president, *« ,; rotary nnd treoßitri r of tin* Tomage.uiM'o halt Mltn-u :ipan> ut Hawthorne concern) In Be gnrellmlnnry atagoe raid Quincy furnlehod him with a draft of the uifimtcs of the meeting* before the nn * tings r-l urred nnd that In i i ih) carried out with "Dummy" din «tors of hlk selection the prog ran diented. The dfrre' sole duty he admit ted wn i" •'ml meetings and put through th* urogram furnished by Quincy. The witm said he orgnuized the Klk luike-Um It Mines n ;npnti.v in .1 riir.ilur maun* r ami In* identified tlu* minute boo}., of tile director.-* mert iiiirK ami ex: ! *ined hi detail the en tile*. The ’. anal meeting or the < ompnn> In I’o Hand. Me., on January lh, in 11. w • ondueted by him. lie said. Si in i! methods were follow ed In the organization of the Mou tteal-Jame* At ea company, he said: hut lie denim having iinything to do with the •»■ rlzntion of tlte Haw thorne Silvi :• ml Iron mines. Cako-b( a i fhould hoc rlns d t soon as used, ml any dish that he* had egg* in i should be filled with cold water until time to wash it. NOVEMBER 27, 1012 Baking Powder Purity in food, lower cost of living— these are the demands of the day. Pure food is heaitii, and health is economy itself. We can not have health without healthful food. The most healthful foods are the quickly raised fiour foods— biscuit, cake, muffins, crusts u:td other pastry when perfectly made from wholesome ingredient:;. Dr. PRICE’S baking powder makes these foods in specially attractive, appetizing and wholeson • form, and for both economic and hygienic reasons, such foods should be more largely substituted for meat in the daily diet. But bear irt mind that alum, or unwholesome bakin'; powder, can never make pure, wholesome food. DETECTIVES HiRED McMANIGAL (Contlaubd front page one) Ice?' how long you'll lest.' " .M.-.Mur.lgul told of vaiious qn . re!* boiweeu himself, Herbert S. Hockln ind McN'a mu! tbrenlined to diHruptfug tfi "di nnmlte c rew." District Attorney Miller servtMi r. »- the on twchi! of the defendant ■ n that bo sod I liomla had ht.eii Indeiiinified, i..i t Hint if thi* was true, lie would .. -k 11. * ... i aeldo tht Kond* and ask for m-w om-s. Attorneys for tiie di feiidaats r..iid that it now bonds wore required th would 1,.- llti.tide to , n<'ir*- tin i . • I thc defendant* would Inn*- to !>•> taken Into «uatod . Unto gth affected are Frank M. Ryan, ,•■•* i dont of Hie Iron Work*-i s' union •>*’•! John T. Butler, each of whom Is un der n SIO,OOO bond. Federal Judge Aodemui said lie would ! i.t.ilu the district attorney jit it were shown the bonds were in demnified. "If the homlsmcu have been giv en security for tin- bonds, tin- bond*- men then have no Interest whether the defendant!, appear or not and, in itact, tlien tin- bondsmen might mm:u> Jthelr fingers at the court,” tm'.d Judge Auden on. A ruling wns expected late today. Fawn-colored suede glove* rnn be eh mind with a mixture of fuller's earth urd alum. Then brush off the powder. The gloves should lie on Hie hands when denned. KOREANS REPUDIATE CONFESSIONS; CLAIM WERE TORTURED • i Nor* . Nov. 27. j • "t ii -.i m e t> i ; •' . ii hil of id*' | Koreans charge! with rousplriniT , j if Inst Count T rauchl’s life was the I wholesalo retraction by Klmlljun of i. : given it t ho. j former trial. lie at that time ad-j. ' milted that In* d *lre«l war In order I to free Korea and that he dcslri-d to Kill Governor General Terauchl, iitHl j' I taiplicated a number of loaders, j Klmlljun calmly ns-cried today * li:i . WO® a tISOUO of li* I. In «X- | plnnatloii. he said he was Ins:>»«- dnr- |< ling the last trlnt and had been drlv | > a to make the statements by th*-J treatment of the police, j Hlx otiii-r pri-ontrs today rotrncied , confessions and assert* d tliey* had |b i. tortured by too pollt t. ThsL court pirmlttod tht Id t la 1 lei |to the defendants, some delivering . [long plea*. D dotl idno than Chamberinin'* Cough Rem-j' iedy. ?.1y children were :: >; .i< k with! cough. 0 bed, had \ high fever and was t ough ing up blood. Our doctor ;• i\ * them 'Chamberlain's Cough Remedy nnd (the first dose eased them, and three bottle* cured them.” says Mrs. It. A. Donaldson, of I.cxington, Miss. For jsnlo by .ii d alers. A geo! foot rule don't wear shoes that are too small. PAGE THREE STOP? : 2 You've Paid Kent Lonn ? . Enou)>)i! * * Mei•' Ik vour ti. lnr- n ? * homo a* a low prlcq and < n ♦ I •• en*y terms: & $3,300.1 .'p 1 modern cut la g*- s::n(i cash » and per month. 52.7f»0.0n -A new six-room «> model u eottai e. $ 10 cash p T and $.50 per month. T Mi u | • * *. <* Insurance —Abstracts— Bonds • * McGlashan Cs Gov/ f ? Suite I Klk. Idle. Ph. Trln. 217 THIRTEEN IADS ARE HAILED INTO COURT | Thirteen little hoys, ranging In i r,o from eight to f* ll »*«*n yenr*. w.-r*- 'lefendants in th© Juvenile court thi* ifternoon charged with hrenklu*' In- 1 1 <> the Jarnmlllo toy shop on West . 1 *li tl? <- th" building wns damag ed lo the extent of $ I •*» nnd a'number of toy* and dolls « iken away and mthcr artlele*. inc(u<iing n *. tw. hatn -Ino r nnd hatchet. Th*- toy* ha I l>« ■ n stored away by Jarnmlllo for the Chriutmas Reason. J. A. Jarnmlllo testified n* to the result of his inquiry nnd to securing fiio name* of the different boys in the Hallowt -i n part > from Frt dt) * Malouff. All or the hoys denied to taking th" toys, hut admitted hav ing broken In. The da.'s followin'.' mo*t of the Htoleti toys were return ed.