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LARGE SHIPMENTS! OF SHEEP 60 EAST Wool Drawers of Stanley Ac company Their Trains of Mutton to Kansas City; Dttk of James Fattcrsen. 00NI POLL OUT THE GRAY HAIRS A Few Applications ef a Sim ple Remedy Will Bring Baok the Natural Color. (eell t'orrisne the Herald) Htnnlcy, .V. M., Nov. 17. Maurice (tomes mid Jnni Dnvl shlppod four car nf sheep rram Htnnley to Kun jns city on the oih mm. Jamen l'aitiri-on, one ot the pio neer settler of Btnttlcy. died iuli nuddenly nt hi homo west uf (own on the Oth. Acute Ktotnuch trouble tx given an (he ci)UKn of hi death. The remains were Interred In thn Catholic rrmctery nt Mnrlarty on the JSlh, K. O. Rpciike. sheep Inspector, wa In Htnnley on business mi tlic Oth. K, B. dharffor uml family who tmvo been visiting In Missouri for Oh.' putt three week, relurnid on ttm train 'lust Thursday, Mr. Jon.es Patterson enme over from Albunucruue on the Mi, called hy ttto 9drlutm tllne. of hor husband. Jams Patterson. Mr. 1!. Wlnns and Mm. Joilo Oray wercrVlsltor to Santa In on JiiHt Fa turd ay, Mli Alice Own I down from Futitii To this week visiting tho liortiu folk, Miss I'vtl .Fnltnraen nrrlvcU from OollUP Jtaturday, called by the death of her father. Jim Patterson. Jr.. ramo over from Albuquerque on. the 1 1th to attend hi fnthnrV ftiHonil. I. J. nnrtwrlgui hod hi windmill blown down by the. lilRh wind of the lllli Mr. Johnsot). daughter of Mr. nmt Mr James Patterson, nnd her bus- Imnd ennui over from Algodones last Saturday, cnllod by tho death of Mr. Johnion'M father. II C Herbert left on the trnln Mondnv for Missouri, wharv he ex pect to upend Hut winter. Mr. and Mr. Ventura IJaroi were. nsMeiiKcrs to Kcnnody tm the IJtlt. Mr. and Mr. J. O. Lenlherwood it In Hnntii I'd thl week. Mis LIlllo Hummer In' ntlondlng the m-i.lmr of the. Now Mexico I.du- CHtloiml association in win til l-e The Klnsull Livestock cumpnny shipped out n car of hay on tho Utb Thiy have nbout !n0 ton this, year. Mei Ktubhlcfteld. Willi the CnMI ncntnl Oil ccmpany. tvn culling on the merchant In Stanley Tuesday. K 15, Khnrffer left for Lnniy Wed nesday, where he I employed by tho Xantn F wlhvny. J. 11. Koy made rnmmutnllon nroof on hi homestead 'before United Hlnte Commissioner KInxell on thq Arthur .Murm-A rrturneil Wdllb elnv from Knnw City, where ho rhlpped it I a rite ronsiRitmont f hee( recently. MIm Jennvo tltitl I uttondliiR thu mectlnx if the New Mixled i:luc.na tlonttt UMoclutlon In riaiiln Fe thlt J 11. Kn left on the IGth for Mlkkrurl. J. I) Cut!ien ha traded hi ronelv noutli t Btnnte? rur property near, Hlloam Hprlne. Ark., r.d will leav fur Arkitnma In iv few dn. PRINCETON YALE GAME TOMORROW IS DECISIVE "Pull out one rar hair nnd a doten j will take lift place" I ns aid Mtylne wblch I, to n cfeftt OKleHt, true. If no teM nti inkm l mt the crum, When giny hair npr u u t hikii that naturo neeik iw4(anco. It hi na ture' call for help. flry hair dull, llfvleM hair, or halt1 that la fall In out, la not necewuirlly a sign of d- vanclnR nRc, tor theto nro thousand! or elderly penpto with perfect head of hair without ft alftglo ctrcnk of rny. When ftrny hairs ceo, or when tho hair Ke.T.K to he lifeteM or dead, onm eood, rellablo hwr-reatorlnx treeatmeHt ahould be mefted to nt ohco. &peclalM4a 'My that one or tho beat preparation to nfl la the ok) fRBhlencd ''mm which our rand- patenta ued. Tm leet tre4)raii&n of thta kind la Wyeth'a Sane and H1 Bhnr Hair Remedy, n preparation of domestic sffe nnd Htilpflur, aelentlHe ally compounded with Mter discover ed hair tonlca nnd stimulant, the whole mixture helnft carefully balanc ed and tested by expert. Wyoth'H gaeo and Sulphur Is clean and wliolewHRo nmt perfectly harm lew. It rcfrcshej dr', parched hslr, remove danaturf and Kraduaiiy re store faded or Rtat"halr to Ha nat ural ceter. Den't delay another utnute. fltatt uslne Wycih'a Sase nnd Sulphur at onco nnd aco what a dIKercnco n few days' trcntmcnt will make In your hair. This preparation Is offered to tho public at fifty cents n bottle, nnd hi recommended nud sold bv ail dru Klste. ' ROSWEIi DESIRES TO BE 0(1 MAP Result of Clash on Gridiron at Kw Haven Will Decide Ckampionskip ef Big; TJni veriities of East. ftlneeton. N. J., Ner. 17Tho foot. ball chaniplomriilp will be decided Hntutdar nt New Haven whoa I'rlnee. otn and Yale Hteet In their nnnuul pame. The defeat nt Hie hanom or tliu Indian has put Harvard practlc- nuy out of te running; and aunougn Yale has been defeated hy the Army h victory over PtlncctoB and !!rvanl will rIvo them first place In tho rank- Ins; for the season. Princeton la uie only team that has not been defeated so far this season, and the Tigers arc xlonK to put up n wonderful game agnlnst tho Rlls on Saturday. For the last eight years the Yale eleven has always managed to win In foot ball agalnat tho Tigers. Last year tho Prlncetonlans wcro suro of a vic tory, but Anally lost, 6 to 3. This year tno Yale team has not mado n onu lent record, but It la much better than last season's nnd there Is no feeling of over confidence nt Prince ton. The Tiger coachea nrc working on n new theory thl year and tho show ing; of the team so far would Indicate that It has been successful. Hereto font tha development of tho team nan been rushed nnd the men wero work Ini; together early in tho season and when tho bli; games came along they seemed to linvo gone state. Ho far this year a great deal of time haa been spoilt on building up a stromr defonso and holding development of the attack until th htH. The result has been that Princeton has played two do games 1 fact, practically three, for the tletety over Dartmouth STRICT IDLES ARE EMBODIED IN THE T CONSTITU Young Men's Club Recently Organiwd Will Not Toler ate Use f Liquors or Pro fanity Amng Members. The recently organlJed Albuquer quo Young Men's club, which held a meeting hut night for the election of omcr, will meet naln tonight In the Knight or PytlimaiRBU for we pur noia of scttllnv varteu rrnmkMent relative to the ettaMishmcnt of head iiutirter. At the mcetlnn- last night, tho nama of the "Two lus" club was aolect- J ed, n6no out the select knowing the) myitcrlou slgnlilcsBcc of these word. I Knr) I'opo was elected president at, me meeting nisi num. nu tnnntn Clarke vice- president. Thl club Is only fr the young men of gentlemanly conduct, those who know how to behave thcmiclve In the club room nnd. on the streets. At written application for membership to this club must be sent In before thn board of recommendation will con sider tils name. At the meeting ef the charter mem ber biHt night, an excellent consti tution was Rdepted, Thtro are two exceptionally ned elaues In It: 1. Liquors of any description wilt not' be Allowed In the club rooms. I. Profane language will bo pun ished by uspnslon from tho club. .The no-mo of this club Is to be "Tho Two Deuco Club." Tho name, al though, borrowed from the game of cards, h nothing whatever to do with n curd elub. Thero I n2 secret to' thl name The new club will move Into It nw club room on -tbs first of tha inenth. Tlicm room will bo open to was hardly earned. Xothtnir has been I inspection to any one, provided he 1st shown so far in tho line or rorniaJions i nceompiinieu ny it inemuer. ini ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absofuiey Purm Th only Baklnif Powder made fro m rtoya I Grap Cream of Tartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE nfnt betwolen thr . pflt d tho earth- munnrtle wmmi id to liv aht t.. forfriM rtn arttrflHoliing else trim: rtwuifUdnee far ih b neflt of inurin'f nnd other. HIGH SCHOOL MEN CONFIDENT; r SO ARE INDIAN ARE Xed Men and Local High School lads to Glask on Qridiron Tomorrow After noon at Traotion Park. Tho championship of Albuquerque will bo at stnko tomorrow- afternoon when tho teams from the local High School und the. Indian School clash on the gridiron t Traetlon Park Uolh team are confident of victory, and both have a right to A good opinion of themselves. Tho A. 11. 8. Iftda hv htwtled and worked hard to ttl their team In shape and linvo md o4 under tho direction of Coacli Alton RACER ADMITS THAT ACCIDENT GOT HIS GOAT Karris Hanshue, Injured in Phoenix Haces, Says "Xever Ajjain;" Doctors Say He Will Recover. BULL BOD'S' GROWL PREVENTS SUMMONS lis -Aneele. tnl.. Nov. If Tho lourntion whether or not AfJiuildo n mow I ni rorblddinR aiUiitciiaii'O nre sufficient to nxeuse the falluro of a petminnt ntimmon In n law suit wm submitted yesterday t'n Judgo t'onrey In the superior court. Tho sutl Dmt of Charles l.nnt. an attor leyt naolnst Mnrtn Tterbert to of Pnlin. for U.OOT i-ounsel fees In ecniiectlon with her divorce suit three years ngir. Yestrrdays hear ing was on n motion by (leorgo H. Klrh, Mr. Leo's attorney, to nave quashed a publlcntlon of summons. whleh, according to Lams, was tna only method he bad to noliry his for mer client of his suit. In his affidavit giving reasons for the publication Lants says he sent two persons to Mrs. Leo'a ranch at Palms, but they were unable to reaen the house on acrount of a vleloua bull dog. Mrs. Leo, In a rounter affidavit, Mys she was seldom away from home and, while admitting that she ktepe a doc and displays a "llewara." silHi, she says her gate la supplied with a call bell. Phoenix, Arlx., Nov, 17. From hi cot In the Hlstera' hospital, whero ho taktn on Thursday of last week following his accident at the fair grounds, when his tittle Mercer ma chine crashed through the fence: sur rounding tho track, Harris Hanshue, survivor of n scoro of hair-raising au tomobile wrecks, announced yesterday .that he ho handled the wheel of a a.,.HM n . L I h .. nM 1 1. M. tfj. Tho Indian Hchool bov have werwe ... . . . rencrnirn nia oronnve ui.iue a n ju. a naro, ami imve pui m r. w mlnut aUvr ttCCdent, when hi .on. pQioiy. .mo .. n .or wng v)(j,ctj , )(J ho,paj by u,on Tl Hhrttler. At that time ho told tha TOOK PAT Ol-T WITxl A RX1FB. Ttie Operatbui Not l)aMg-rS IHiH, AlK-IHtlUI HHIVWI N1JK, Pbllftdeluhla. Nov. 17. Or. W, Wiyne Ilabcock. nt tho Samaritan hospital, demonstrated yesterday the most up-to-dntn mvthoti or maKing rv stout person slim and slyphllke. The technlnue of the operation performed by Doctor Ilabcock for the edification of the surgeon attending the ctlnlo Is "resection or abdominal wall for nbftltjV' The patient was a woman. Twelve pound nt fnt had been re moved. Tile optratloti Itself seemed to be simple. Doctor Habeock said that with a skilled surceen mi eh mm operation was not dangerou le the patient. Qreat care had to be exer cised so thel no nuole wore vered. and In the games Against Harvard and Dartnioutti tko Tlgera ilhl not use tho forward imsa at ull. A won ilerful pRtiter has boen developed In Do Witt, and he has been respon sible for n great deal of Prlnecton'a pood showing. Tho Princeton conches linvo work rd out a largo number of good plays nnd formation and 1' tho ten.u nn woik i hem with any success thero will be somo surprise nt Now Haven next Saturdny. There arc rant men on the Princeton tenm who out-lit to uso new fontlmll for i;ood gain, hut no far no ono liiia soon anything r.rtd in knows nbKoliitcly nolliliic of Hie Princeton ntt.iek Pondluion was baeU ni quarter back in the game Saturday and linker was used in bin place nt halfback .Inst what tho line up against Ynu wlU be is not known aiid probably will mu be known until Princeton linen up nt New Haven Satiirtiav 8o far thlK season Ynlo bn not de veloped emit of exceptional ability nnd unless Hhuvlln develops n pair i of wlmr men who can ntop (taker I Sawyer and Pendleton the Princeton i I men may scoro at nny tlmo for If they . oaco ,Kt a ciear nuut a louciiuawu will be scored. I At Yale they have n toan that Is well balanced and deponds Almost entirely upon team work nnd Captain Howe. Is their only star In tho tauut nirnlnal Ttrnwn llio Vm.t min went tn. Whltco.nb tiarty to tho Pacific. Mr. to the jiamo lor revengo and la the Weattfard Is traveling under tho dl-. first half they showed a wonderful reel Ion or tho Aiflfcriean Awowouiie attack nnd n number of good plays, aaaoclatlon, and deteuated Mr. Hngr After running hp a good acore against llsh, who la g prominent good roads i Urown tho Klla eontenteil themselves booster and automobile enunmiasi oi John H. English Arrives in Chaves County Town in Auto and Encourages Idea of Trans-continental Trail. Itoswell. N' M., Nov. 17 -nosweU'n tha'nees to jel on aonu esUtblUlicd nutnniolilk- route. recOKiiltod h)' A. A -A. blue book never nppeared bettor tl'Mtt rlcbt now John II KiiglUh. reprusentntlve of the Anicrlrnn Au:o,.ioo.lo asHOclalloii, iiVrivetl In the city yesterday iifloc having partially rompleied the task or logging tin- route from Ijis Vegas to (IiIh clt. a road that will be it branch of the trauBCimtlncntnl route now practically n cettalnty und as sure an easy ncccsx, aafe and prac tical, to tourists who rare to branch off tho malu lino unit get Into tho wonderful fertllo Pceoa valley. The logging Is being done under tho suicrvUlon of A. U Westgard. thn pioneer coast-to-coast automobile trail bulldor who passed through thn western iiottlon or tho state n faw 1b ago, piloting the Raymond club rhnuld linvo the hearty support of every cltlren In Albuquerque . . S.'itl . .2.V . .2.1c KATUIIDAVH HPIX1AL H.Li: Cntircruln Itn-plfcrriiv, cnn,.., lllb. or INitatoe H (bit. of Stlii' A i iir,! or Hiring, llenil't flt,i-au of Deviled Ilnm . fmli ToinnieeM, cnn y.i 1 Nitllo of Kotad Dri liis. . . l-ily .lillie Pi-m; ,, AliirrlcHu t'reHi Wiee 20o I IMIi.,iiiiinlat-il Miunr AI.Oil run Win. ICIeke, Proprietor. footJiill games than have thn 1IIH Hc.iool lads. With the added wolgit the Indians carry, tha result of tho game Is doubtful to even the closet football atudent. In any event tno contest will bo Interesting, and thnso who attend arc assured, or getting their money's worth. 1IPA11YK 8IKNKIKWIC7. IH SHOT. A Hunting CoiiiiMiilon Accidentally Woiiiwled llio Author of "Quo VndK" Vienna, Nov. 17. Word from Lem- fieri 1,ilrt,i.1 uv tlint Ifnnruti Mli.n .... an, . w. ...... , " Sti klewlcs, nuthor of "Quo Vndl." was,sitt.l rov mind on that Score. Tboro i .. . ...l... I ..r. . .. I MA. ,1. U,M I, liill'AH Itlflll 111 ,111. I.II1U IOOjB" "OHO IIUIlllHK IIIIC.-INiniii I1IW irio day. The shooting wit done oy a welt known Lo Angeles automobile man that he would never again rnco another machine. Hanshue Is reported m progressing nicely, and It Is expected that ho will be nblo to leave tho hospital In a woek or so. tnaldentally, Shcttler ha Issued an announcement froni'tos Angeles, In which he says: "I wilt ifver enter another car In uny iiiilon,r;iilo contest of any kind. I r.rn trrctirh with, the racing game for good nnd nil. Hanshuo s nccliUnt sriMC CAUSES A JAIL PANIC. Chlesgr prlsensra FrigrtefMie; hy a Bfsze Aaraaa tha frKtet Chlcjo, Nov. IS. tk httntra4 prlsosera tn the county Jail who tnrown Into a panic today hy a Rr opposite tho bulMlag. The prlseaers, uaaals to see ttto Was, but kearl; the eBglnes, beecme frlgfltened, rat tled the bars and shouted for their release. They H Rally were quieted by the guards. Mrs. Lou lee VermUya and Mrs. Qulnn, both suspected or having killed their husbands, were In adJotB.Bff cella, but remained calm. For the beat aaddte kerne ht the die ttalt Bfceae he. 3. X. U TrlatMe. lis rfurth eeet-M nm. Try a Xerald Want ki. net t tvn a braver man in tho racing k.iiv l ! nr. Hanshue. I have irrnwii KM, companion who nlmed at n phriuant. ! with intr. nqy, uuu t w not anu Hcmo of the hot 211 South flr-t at. 2" in'i forget tb, ilatlei' nt n. h II tomor mv night 1,1,1 Pel- lodged In ths noveiint'n lorehead near bl left nyo nud Ills knee obto wa Injured. Hn was takan to u hospital In Wnrmnf. uannoi itind to er Mm tnkn hiicii tervlhUi chances. It, guve me hN H Kiii that be will ti ..rhtce tignltl. ind I know tll.lt he nt-vr v1l llrealtf in. jimmler " H ui. nun' ti(i mteiiili'jj inur l'.icie. Tho lii.Mt lino of linlhiu Hlovn nil the Low-not Prleo at Albert j-'aber I nit the iiIrIii or Hi am litent tr Halt liOS-mo Wst Central; Furniture. Cur-'ike flu. where tie would De mot by pet. Stove. UNCLE SI i hi wife and tho twn Wit.' to linvo ' K.mr eni, whur, llunshui' wn sctted I uieit to drive it mercer In 'he Vander J bill race, tlut the uccldent Incnpacl ' tntcd him for that event, and now hit PAYS W ELL The aalcrtes MM by Unci Sam te Civil Service m p 1 n y c a ee.ua! and e4eed tDteee psld In any branedi at private eemmrrola life. Thousand of ap pointment are made annually. Qualify at home to pass any Civil Service Gtxamtuatlesi Write today for fr Civil Service BOek, iHtetMtlnaa! Correa- fwudewe) ttidtuobf llnx K.1H, Kersntnn, IT. Or writ Clifton HofMliead, llos 112, AHioqurniue, New .MesH-e. 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A blue boe. To any who mlskt Imagine that the breaking of a. trail down front Us Vest a, and thu ewrlnx of loaglsK data on thn same le na easy task, Mr. MNftllsu wae preftared when 1h ar rived In lloswel) te make nrompt de nial. The read from Vaughn te Her well ho declared to ne tn excellent gfeapo, as was alo Ohm ' frew fan turn to VaughH, but the reef of tho trip he prefers not te eweak of iMr. English saya e eneeuntered hla worst dlfncutttea ht the neighbor hood of Santa Heea, and Is quite cer tain that If ever there le a dedntte routo laid out atona; the pr)ie4d plan U must steer clear of that vicin ity. An amusing Incident waa eats. tered ou what t known as Pktado IUH, nbout ten mWe aeulh of cHtnm Reaa. An Incline waa eacmmlered at tMa iiolut which Mr, Ktlh main tains must linvo been almost a SO per cent, credo and only a poor trail at that ,and ho bepan to think that tits (rip would nave to oe anamtonea. In vain ho sought to Had a eaae abte route, and nt hut lieaeuftkt a Mexican rancher nearby for dlreo llou as to how to proceed. -atrolght on up mHI." aald Mr. Mexican. "But, do automobile ever go "p that thing?" quoded tho weary tray 4r, before whose gaao tho hill be- eemo n vcrltnblo mountain, higher and sleeper "Sure tings, opo, two of nm two ds "e." "But how do they H, K " The Sfltlvo sou took! at tho twv. eW no exproAelesi rnlMHMt lw(lf tac a luty for n few mtu, tlsM M'SstM: "MsMt-e try drive up, but no nu, Thest they (kn ii.y. 'mtdo vsmee;" Th ''mule vhioos," au he 'hter I4ar-it, lcliid-vfi n teaaa wf ".' astrks hitched onto th awrward hoaat, of tno unwnsomo mar tm myw hut ainely IV was pHeditv w tb or the hill, alter fcatfi It, euy roIus;. Hut the miiln team wan nearly a littnitred. mllea front tV hill' at the tlmo Mr. K'JHllnli wnutof.fe ueti thetu, whg.nfjor dcUyiim theNRatbraa Ions with giving Canialn Howo practlco In drop klcklaa;. The Yale captain Is oxected to do a let of the eoorlni with lils toe and undenbtediy will bo a dantfotoua ;nda If he onco gets with in the forty, yard line. There are a number of men ofl the Princeton lino, however, who may hurry hla kicking and the Prlneeteu eeachea have built Mi" n defense against dropklck era that waa Bueeeeeful ajalnst Har vard. The Pr Ibm ton team and supporters were all tee ever-conSdent or n vic tory afWHwt Dartmouth, and, al though De Witt rolled n drop kick Real, the Timers did not find much to be happy about, nnd there wm a gen eral feeling of depression In the Jungle Saturday evening. Tho drop kick goal that scored the victory wm almost weird, but tho Princeton men take It ns n good omen and are in hopes that tho luck will be with tluw for the third time this year when they go up to New Haven. Thero undoubtedly will be a lot ot talk and probably a new rule In regard to drop kick goals, but the football au. thorltles or tho east, Including Walter Camp, ul ngreo that the scoro waa legitimate. De Witt kua never ilono any drop kicking In th names so far tnie season and was oni called upon ft Baker had left tho Held, and ns I hero are no hone of mnklntr rst down I'eflitHMeu catted upon tho punt er to try n dre kick, De Witt did net iteem to like the responsibility thrust uio nm and aheok Ida head a He iok Ht neeltmn on the 40-yard He. TIm andl'.dM clear the ltno of Hue. TM) Hail dW not clear tho lino of then teWed amny lite ground after iftrifclftt. a IMitm-autH player As it yenened the, Sdrd Mnn It suddontly Intfi tho nlr and elearod the A' thjfit Mm In Die ch-t nccom- f II II I VU M- a. mmtWli. CII V (TUUalll. IIIITIVMI'al fe Wfd cpudltlon f the tnsMt. .Wlldve ItilMNr (he dollar Rl-o ,AI I tllnnil UlUUtMOIIVn MVTIMf! v'nii sut whtn eaesiOottle a free HKIt- RIOK'M HRIl PKPPl.lt t POOUri ri.AKTBR f-r the Miest. "The syrup relHse b tlVitnpiu and the vWr ursw nut i tic uuiaininmion. u is an Ideal, coniblaiallpn tor ciurja eolds ai tlpd (n, lhe,Hng. (told by all drug- SISIS. Jaffa Grocery Co. Good Things to Eat Necessities for the table at this season erf the year consist of deli cacies. We have them at such prices that place them in reach of everyone. rsney Tokay Otlpw, (Mb. BAKlHtY DCTAKTMnNT b"fckCt ft8 aiKAM VWVH Laf(fe fat JlaeUered, eacli,.10o uctjIHS Umei rat Salt Herri B. nu'UK CAKKS for ,,... 3So Urge Dill ilc-kle for... So Mcl Vtacr codtw,, mm two l VA 1VI Hmokiit sa&n, twn& Soo MK O CAK,:H IVt Kiiioked Widte lli, lb. Sou Hhhcii llnddy, tiuiul. 3Uo ''l01' XKIW Kxlrn large Haf iwuud . . . . 2So NUT M).U' (5AKUS Kxtra largo l)ateuy.;, aoe MACAItOONH raney A.dm ftaWp bos, x WAKEW from .VdtJifS to M.o Krt sure )ou 5S. MMHment ,,KI'IA nolAA lMfi.ro ,oi. biiy. CHOaiUWH HOLD HtH'Clul Anium?VifitoH by T BOLUS .Nl) ritlH tlic -hie, KiUlIS,...',,3Wj HHIUD AT II O'CLOCK. j nnnoiinees that til niienrituoi' on the Phoenix track wim t'.o laiit he will fver make In a rauing nr MONSTER LENS TO BE SAVED YET SAYS EXPERT! our lirMtof Jptnee Willow Baskets; 4iThey ire Buties. Aienis forMcDtfltld's Salt Lake Chocolates r. power1 Wi-wi juWid V . (1 mM,U'' boMvi hiceaover tww.ld' $uW hlt. t ' u t' J;A FFA '31nFhonet"32 Bif 01m, Thought to be Out ot' Business, is Declared Capable of Being Put Inta Service, Pasadena, Calif,, Nov. 17. The 100- Inch lens for Dr. .George. 13. Hale's spectre-heliograph at the Carnegie ob. ecrvatery on Mount Wilson the one which' has been pronounced useless on account of supposed flaws probably will be saved and put to use, according to tha report today from the .Santa Barbara street laboratory where tho mammoth glass Is being ground into shape. For more than n year scientists have been working on the prospective lens, grinding It with carborundum or mluiito flncnass, Tho last stugo or grinding' ha been reached, and within n few- day the huge reflecting mirror will bo polished with Jeweler rouge, "In n few weeks," ray Dr. Hale. director of the Carnegie nbiervatory, "we will give the lens Its sphtricul figure. "lly optical test we will then de terniiiiA whether' It can be und ou the. mountain. The spherical form will be 4irouRht about In u room tempeitid to 70 degrees. Ily u refrigerating pro cers we will lower the temperature to 15 degree, tho In went evor known on ; Mount wiinon. ir the giaH maintain I Its ipberlcul form at both these ex- I tremc. u-o can then put it in pluce In the inn. foot tower ou tho mountain.' Dr. Hale I nptlmi'tle ovor the pro peel of bringing ucce out or tho MUppoNftd failure. No report linn been received recently from t. nrtbalii Fninon, where a new Bin In bull.! rat to rudaeii the una mentioned i It I Knld.tbi'M pnibably wtll bo no ii", d n proseodlng furllinr with Hit- a-ilng now- under way In the Fr.-iieii li nd thai a txjuntermnnd nrdrr kmv in, luMed. 'I.i,. Iiiu-luali, leiiM, when enlniib ted. j 'M fiirin a pjirt or Dr. llUi' lnvu . n i,, photograph sun spot without ' ..i' 'n. fr .in i.'liw, . The Mill' im- !!i tr reri-i-nnr intu the top o h ii .io i.,,r .ltd from tberf lii nv i"i (i j pit bcipw thti foun Jan hi it u li paw throiiHH iv vrle of r be in r aching t)te UioiO Kl null p .Ite- Omn hilVlllg thi MDHi t'f- (t li though tile nun wor'n -Vllsed. Through tlfKA tmiMonealdis it la (9 , SoMetimet fed hat may mer a ultitde of sins. But that's attiring against the hat. You won't hav to hunt long for hat gel nets in this store The (tTITtOBI) an full of iti The ml eld fashientd goedntts when mei did net know hew te "ehcml calize" things se. There's nethiig the matter with the Hawes hat, Dunlap hat and the Stetsen hat. They're the renl sty lish blocks for Men nnd Young Men, Soft hat and derbies, M. MANP1