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of Power Du GÉNEVIfiVE LEE lUopyrlglit, 1916. by W. O. Chapman.) Mux ltulKiT wns known to thú welt advised In inutrnnolItHti luiHlueHH clr clef ñu "h shark." He Imd capital com ing. Koine.douhllnK. trebling, nnd culled (r "tli Mreiiui of power." Within Its depth he lurked, rumly to pounco nn nny unwary victim wlio trun ted to Its trviK liiTniw enurae. Into tliu Mtrinin he hired fnlr but unnuHpeetlng craft iiml generally ncuttled them. Ills only living relutlvo seemed to lie Illlxi I'orter, Jitttt out of college und hended for ti legal career. The young man had barely heard of thin sordid half-uncle until he whb untaxed, In another city, struggling along; Indirfer tntly, to receive a check for live, hun dred dollars from his relativo, crisply ordering him to close up his affairs and conn- to Chicago. "I am going to leave my fortune to you.' wiim the hliiut startling tin jumnciment of old Jinx, "provided you learn my bualneas and carry It on where I leave It off." This seemed promising, hut, a' tho end of a week, after his esteemed reluthe had shown him "tho ropes," Hlls I'orter was. disgusted. The preelouH ways of the slmrU, the tricks, the traps, the preverslous amazed und then shocked him. He saw deluded tiusiness men In need of money place thiuiselve totally In the power of u heartless, devouring nuinster. He haw a family dlsruptiil"hrough the harhh measures employed In collect ing an overdue obligation. Mux IIul ger cared only for his pound of llesh. It mattered little to him that his ex acting extortions were nt the cost ot all his victim possessed. "I wouldn't accept his money, I wouldn't adopt his business methods In His Eagerness the ex-Merchant Left Open the Door. If he gnve me a million 1" decided I'orter. "I shall tell hliu so today and end tho farce." They were out In the Hulger auto mobile that afternoon and Miss wns wnltlug till they got nwny from the crowded business center to deliver his ultimatum. A Jam of vehicles blocked them near the curb at one place. Di rectly within reaching dlstanco stood a thin threadbare old man. He put out his hand for alms to the passers by. Porter's generous nature was touched by his forlorn friendliness. He took a dollar bill from his pocket, leaned out of the machina und placed It In the hands of the old man. "Oh, I thank you, sir," began tho mendicant, and then his oye chnncod to fall upon Hulger. The latter shrank, cringed. Into the face of the old man there had come a fearful 1 rage, yet, withal, tempe certain dignity. He drew himself up to Ids full height. He tore the hank note Into n hundred pieces. He leaned over anil Hung them squarely into the face of tho cowering Hulger. "Vou und your brood 1" ho hhout--d out, "I would starve ere I took charity from such," and then, the cu rious crowd surging about him, he screamed out a frightful urrnlgument of IJulgor. Ho uceused him ot ex tortion, ot ruining his business life, of driving hlin to beggary. The few words full like burning hot uilssdlcs, and, us the automobile started up, Hulger gasped faintly: "I am III get me homo ut once." He was, Indeod, III, for he nevur got over tho shock of the fearful nnnth emns hurled upon his guilty head. It seemed to Hila tlmt day and night after that the old mendicant haunted Mulger. The latter gave up his blood money traille, but would nwnken In ills sleep shrieking out tho name of Jtobert Iane. He sought respite In n new sphere ot money-mad excitement, gambling on tho stock exchange, be came a fleecer, fleeced and losing most of ills fortune In wild speculation. Then he died with the nuino ot Hob crt 1-ano upon his tortured Up and jillss mus Ids heir. The young tnun was Infinitely ln I pressed by the cplRode that had brought to Hulger his doom. wnen I the estate came finally Into his hands, i ho found that It had dwindled to less than llfty thousand dollnrs. "It Is tainted woulth." ho told him self. "There Is only one course, res titution. Then for my old, humble, contented Ufo with n lesson, I shall never forgot." UIIss went nil over the private pa pera of his half-undo. Ho llmilly unearthed tho Itobert Lnno transac tion. It wns n llugrant case. (Jetting Lane Into his clutches, Hulger had systematically roblied hlin. He had seised the homo and business of the merchant nnd nhsorbed It for n com paratively small debt. When he came to figure up the frightful su critico and Injustice that had beggared Lane, he was appalled. Step by step Miss wrought out the need of justice. He proceeded sys tematlcally to restore to the account of Itobert Lane every dollar that had been so unfairly wrested from him. Then IIIlss sought to Und the old mendicant. He shadowed him, when the old man, counting the coins he had begged, hustenod down tho street, Miss was electrified to seo him enter it florist shop and expend nil his moiv ey for u bunch of roses. Bliss continued to follow him, even when Lane entered u wretched tene ment house. In his eagerness the ex merchant left open the door of a room In which lay n beautiful girl upon n couch, his daughter, Inez, wasted with fever and In delirium. Iillss was thrilled at the pathetic wanderings of the sufferer. She was In fancy once more in the rose garden of tholr old home the paradise that Max Hulger had stolen from them. From that moment there begun In the Ufe of this young man u sole Im pulse restitution for the stricken Lanes, father and daughter. Myste riously, for them, all at once a lawyer appenred who told them that there was a likelihood of realizing some thing from the Hulger estate. There was a removal to new living quarters, tho services of u skilled specialist for Inez anil then oh I the wild Joy of It one day they found themselves In the old home, with money In bank. In fact, the restoration to old condi tions, except for Intermediate depri vation nnd sorrow, was complete. It was a labor of love to Iillss to duplicate the old furnishings of tho house as fully as possible. The day before the place was all ready for Its occupants, he was hanging a picture In the very room that was to he the boudoir of Inez Lane, when the step- ladder gae way. He was precipitat ed to tho floor, Insensible. A sur geon sent for directed his removal to the next house, us n limb was broken, und aside from that Iillss had sus tained severe coutuslons about the head. Ills lawyer came and arranged for his care In this home until he could be safely removed. Was it he who divulged to the Lunes the mystery of their suddenly restored wealth? Was it the lady who owned .the house where Iillss lay as Invalid who had caught certain words referring to her new neighbors, uttered by Iillss In his early siege of fever consequent ut his Injuries, who had given Inez n clue to the identity of Hllss? Itather was it fate that led the geutle-hearteJ girt to each day send a fresh bouquet ot Mowers to the sufferer who had made It posslblo for her to be among the old deUghtful surroundings. Then ti closer acquaintance, n day snent In the lovely garden of "next door neighbors," the truth known fully and Inez Lane nware of how grunuiy this nnble-henrtcd young man had come Into her life. And he, who hnd mndo himself poor to restore to the victim of his sordid relative his just due, found himself rich. Infinitely rich In the possession of n love, compared with which nil tho treasures of earth were as uross. TO WEAR ON TOUR a- EFFECTIVE CLOTHES DE8IGNED FOR FAIR MOTORISTS. Fu of Every Kind and Design Are Fertr-.lsslble Empire Hats Reap pearing Dinner Frock In Pale Smoke Gray. No tnnttor how sensitive a woman may bo about wearing great bands of fur, ermlno capes and foxes strung about the neck on hot days, she may throw her sensitiveness to tho winds when It comes to motoring. Horo she may glory In nil tho peltry that she wishes. Her sports suit of Jersey, woolen, rnthcr than silk, mny Voile Frock for Dinner. bo bunded with fur from the knees down and the shoulders up, and she may wear fur bats as well, If sho wishes. Her motor coat may be copied after ono of tho smart new models, which Is of olivo green velour, with a capo collar, Immense cuffs und a straight panel from neck to hom of back nnd whlto fur Inld In broad checks. France Is wearing fur on nil her August lints, from San Sebastian to Ithono valley, nnd Amerlcn Is wear Ing It on her motor hnts throughout every state In the Union. Sho bas unenrthed or else bought n top coat of soft fur which sho uses on cold nights, nnd sho has even tnken her muff out of camphor, sunned It n bit nnd Included it In her motor wardrobe. Sho Is ready for whatever comes In the way of weather, for the shops havo provided for her usage In enso ot rain, a Loudon cont mude of trans parent oilskin, In colors plain or Iridescent This, with a hood to match, can bo rolled up In a tiny case and stowed awny as easily as n box of biscuits. It Is tho raincoat do luxo for motor ing, nnd It has solved tho problem for tho woman who can stand unythlng hut getting wet An Interesting fact Is thnt scconu empire hats aro coming out with first emplro Crocks. Whnt's history be tween milliners nnd dressmakers? They huvo no more hesitancy In min gling tho eleventh with tho twentieth century, tho rennlssanco with tho crent wnr and 1800 with 1812, than tho hostess of u fancy dress ball. Tho now second empire hats aro mnde nfter tho Bhnpo that tho Em nress KuL'culo loved. Tho milliners often call them shepherdess hats, They are mnde of n soft quality of velvet the edge bound with ribbed ribbon. Tho French draped hnts nro hero In quantities, cspcclnlly In a brilliant Vatican purple and n petunia rcuuisn purple, but so fnr, tho American wom en seem to prefer tho stiff shnpes which have only a bow of ribbon or a buckle for trimming. Tho charming dinner frock lllus trated Is of palo smoke gray, ruado over n slln of crny satin nnd Is trimmed with bunds of sky blue ribbon. (Copyright, 1916, by the McCluro Newspa per aynuicaiu.j UNDERWEAR THAT IS SMART Manufacturers Have Outdone Them selves In Providing Pretty Lin gerie for Milady's Use. An unusual petticoat Is mnde of nainsook trimmed with two deep ruf fles of batiste cut In points nnd chemise has a panel front and shirred vnl lace. Ilosebuds are placed at in tervals on the ruflles. A pink crepe de chine envelope chemise has a panel front and shirred sides which make It especially suited to wear under a gown thut Is 'flat In front and distended nt the sides. A fine quality of pink crepe de chine fashions u chemls" trimmed with flnc a! lace. It Is cut n new Hues, show ing how a panel ... u may be given with two rosettes to gather the full ness to the sides. A dainty pair of knickerbockers Is made of white flaxon evenly striped, with one sheer nnd one heavier stripe, The bodice Is of llesh-colored habutnl silk, straps and nil, with plcot edges for n finishing and three tiny flat bows of satin down the front Val lace Is milled on every edge ot n nnlnsook chemise In princess style nnd festoons ot Insertion in bolero effect. A ribbon bow with fluttering ends trims the front. A band of French knotted embroid ery finishes the straight top of a nhln WORD ABOUT CHEWING GUM It Alleviates the Pangs of Hunger and Makes a Cut In the Board Bill. The nucstlon. "Why is chewing mini?" hns nt Inst been nnswered, Chewing gum, uccordlng to Dr. Anton Cnrlson. nssoclnte professor of'physl ology at the University of Chicago, re duces the hoard hill. Doctor Carlson tells of hundreds of experiments on humans, dogs, guiñen I ules nnd rabbits, proving that hunger pangs diminish wttn use or ciiewiug i-iitii. rhnwlmr tobacco, clgcrs and cigarettes. The direct result ot gnaw ing nt n piece of gum Is the stimula tion of nerves In the mouth. This sen sutlon causes u decrease In stomach contractions, thus ussunglng the sharp est nnnotlte. Professor Carlson found whisky or other strong nlcohollc hevomgos Intro duced Into tho empty stomach of dogs In sufllclent umount will abolish the hunger contractions of the stomuch for SO hours. Doctor Carlson advocates a semian nual period of starvation nH a means of lengthening the spun of life nnd ob taining greater enjoymont from liv ing. "There Is no pnln or suffering In volved In starvation," he says. "Dur ing tho entire period of ubstlnenco from food during my experiments tho hunger sensation wns strong enough to cause some discomfort, but not to n degree that could he called pain. This discomfort wns nt no time sufficient to Interioro seriously with work." Economic Endeavor. "I am like that dog chasing his tell." ' "How BO?" "1 am trying to make both ends meet" sook chemise nnd double ribbons nre used for shoulder straps. Another chemise of white bntlste Is tucked to Just below the bust lino und finished with Insertion, lllbbon laced through eyelets In this baud, ty Ing In front, and double ribbons form tho shoulder straps. Helow n yoke of embroidery and lnce another chemise of white batiste hangs nenrly straight In box plaits, Tho shoulder straps ure ribbon, and ribbon Is laced In and out of the yoke, ONE OF THE LATEST DESIGNS ICOTT'S GARAGE The Ford Agency Roadsters, Touring Cars A Full And Complete Line of Acccssoricf At All Times Official Agents For "Pep" Daily Stage Line Between Lordsburg Tyrone And Silver City Save Time And Money Make Your Headquarters at tho Vendóme LORDSBURG, NEW MEXICO Steam Heat. Hot and Cold Water. Electrlo I lglits. PRIVATE BATHS. REASONABLE RATES central Location, Restaurant Adjoining Assayer and Chemist GEORGE W. CAMERON 08 San Franelaao St. Kl Tato, Tl. P. O. UUX 80 A. W. Moriiingstar, ATTORNEY AT LAW LORDSBURG, NKW MEXICO. M. M. CROCKER, M.D. rhyalolan and Norcann. nlatrlot Sureeun Southern Pacido and Art lona & New Meiloo lUMroa.U. durreon to American uonoimaia .oyv" LORDHDjia NiwMrxtco. Copperas Site Acift Mad from the celebrated Clifton Ores. Free from Antimony and Ar senic man bt.kotrioai. urinar. ntrei more satisfactory reiuluin Reduction Works than any Chemicals ta the market. A long ireignt nam i&rea 10 me consumers in twin state, Ariiona and New Mei. Prices In competition with ids Eastern Markets. Arizona Copper Co. OMKTON. AH1ZONA.. ARTHUR W. HOUCK Assayer and Chemist Agent for Ore Shippers at the Douglas Smelters. GOLD AND SII.VEIt MULLI ON FUUOUA9EII Box 302 355 10th St. DOUGLAS, AIIIZOKA. Terrell & Black LAWYEES SILVER 0ITI MEW MEXI00 Will be at Lordaburg at the office ol C. W. Marsalls, on the first and third SATURDAY of each month for thf convenience of clients MORNINGSTAR & AUGUSTINE Insurance Leading Companies Scottish Union, Firemen'j, Connecticut HOME, PALETINE Your Business Solicited In black or navy charmeuse edueo. with silver galon, brim becomingly bent IDEAS FOR COLOR SCHEMES FAYWOOD HOT SPRINGS. for Rheumatism, Stomach Trouble, Kidney Ailments, Innamatlons, Ar terial Hardening, Locomotor Ataxia. Nervous Breaking etc. Perfect Treat ment, Perfect. Climate. Health, Plea sure, Large Modern Hotel, riooiciei. X. U. MOUERUOTT. Must Not Be Too Slavishly Followed Flowers That Make Beautiful Table Decorations. In cnrrylnR out n color scheme for n luncheon or dinner It Is not wlso to try to stick to It too closely so fnr ns the food Is concerned, hut ruthcr to suggest It. For Instnncc, In a violet nnd yellow scheme, In the first course the yellow mny be suggested In nn egg-yolk gnrnlsh nnd tho nurplo In ripe olives. The custurd In tho soup should he yellow, ns well ns the suuee with the flsh, the ornngc cup for the salnd und the yellow dressing. Purple sweet ncus form a benutlful table decorntlon, nH do pnnsles or vio lets. Mirny llowers mny ho found to carry out this color scheme nnd may bo used In decorntlng the placo cards, which may ho lightly tinted yellow, with n spray of the chosen flower. Nut baskets could be tied with little bows of yollow or purple ribbon and cov ered with cither color of crepe paper. If unother snlnd than orange were nsed, nn orange Ice could be served, nnd little cakes decorated with can died violet leaves would further curry- out the color scheme. of the Imported frocks of silk nnd satin. Stripes are as much worn by ch!l dren ns by tho mammas nnd big sis ters. Usually n striped skirt Is mndo with n plain white or colored blouse to give tho best results. Yellow Is enjoying a vogue It has not before known for yenrs. yellow silk sweaters seemed to blaze the way for the vogue, and now there are yel low and whlto striped sports clothes, and mnny nttrnctlvo frocks of yellow combined with white or some other color. Brocnded silk for girdles nnd other trimming Is In demand. It gives tho same sort of touch of color that em broidery does, If skillfully used, and, of course, It Is far less work to tuck In n bit of brocado thnn It Is to em broider even a simple pattern by hand. Veils nttached to the hat aro ar ranged In many wnys. Sometimes there Is n short veil nrranged nlmost like n frill nt the back of tho hat Tho' samo arrangement Is sometimes made across the front of tho hat Long veils attached to tho top of tho hat crown float over tho shoul ders and many veils hang like lnbt year's trains, at ono elde only. DICTATES OF FASHION Tho whlto headed nets ure In high favor for evening wear. White bend trimming is tho feature of a sports suit of whlto pongee. Flesh colored organdie takes the place In vomo of the summer frocks thnt flesh colored chiffon took In win ter frocks. The upstnndlng frltl around the nock thnt Is cut away a bit at the shoulders Is still featured In soma WHITE and ANDREWS Attorney! at I,w WASHINGTON LOAN & TRUST BUILDING WASHINGTON, D. C. Special attention to public Land and Mlnltir cai ti before the General Land Office and Interior .Department. PATI'VT- Ffiw IVVHKTION8 Custom Assay Office Critchett & Ferguson Assayers-Chemists-Metallurglsts REPRESENTATIVE FOR ORG SHIPPERS P. O. Box 712 1 Paso. Texas. i s i IPh ñafrai BfcaiHfc a i tk i a é i fíúí r1ri é éísPéís1 i i tjgrvTBf nnw btsj ssTBBsrTT up iirniMTwpfi Feed & Lwery Stable JONES & BURNS i UoarJlDritoclc (rlren (ood attention. iraniierring- una arajae. i PHONE 14--2 YOU READ the Other Fellow's Ad 3v 4 You are reading this one. That should convince you that advertising in these columns Is a profitable proposition; that it will bring business to your store. The fact that the other fellow advertises is probably the reason he is getting more business than is falling to you. Would it not be well to give the other fellow a chance To Read Your Ad in These Columns? WVWVWVWVWWVWWWM I Dr. R. E. BUVENS DENTAL SURttEOti. Office- Brown Block; Prrainld St. Permanently Located. 'LORDSBUHO.NBW MEXICO. ivwwwwvvwvwwwvw So the People May Know that you are in busi- ness, come in and let us show what we can do for you in the way of attractive cards and letter heads.Good point ing of all kinds is our specialty and if we can- , not satisfy you we don't want your business. That's Fair, Isn't It? Do You Early Autumn Hats. Succeeding tho black and dark toned velvet hats of July thero Is a new fash ion in hnts appearing In the streets of Now York and Chicago. These are broad brimmed and rather flexible and are trimmed merely with a broad band tjsq Q00cf Paper When center or sldo'back and falling to the luu vviiio. waistline or even below. Tho hats e C&T1 Print Anything nro nt fh thtnnnnt felt Hntln or nnnne I r r, . ' 43 and aro usually la neutral or pastel ana uo u BU shades. WWñWWaaaaaWWí Of All Kinds PRINTING not the cheap kind but the good kind done here.