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THS ZVENINO HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, H. M.
FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1915. THRU Today's New m l"- - --- irWWi-i"lifcl1 iiiVA(V AA CATTLE BUSINESSITO DEVELOP POWER BEGINS MOVING IN PANHANDLE Amarillo Reports Many Sales During Present Week With Prospects of Busy Times Ahead. Ainttrlll". Tim May 17. CattM l.usineae In ihe Panhandle haa started moving wllh I hp warm weather iint llM liftril iuurantlne. K. M. Franklm waa on Mm Mouth Plain, last week Mini reports several cattle deals oth er dcale have lieen MMM recently, uixl Iwthln the past few days u ir -K Imntely o.oon l l- known In Ama rillo i uttlemcn have changed hands. The largest deal reported In the one made hy J. M Xhclton wlnn he pur hruwil 2. SOU ,irrr from A. II ON rwn of pohi ctty The mm mm mi for Immediate delivery, and the steers will be placed on Mr Shell. in' rani'h near here In thin, na In the othet drnln, thr price In nnfldentlal, hut nil cattle nri- selling at , Rood figure thin year. MM second deal In alar waa MM IMM trom M I. l.umsdcn to White a Swcarmgin al Wilson, l.ynn oiniiy. ,,f .'.Oil" steers, I years old. Theee rattle in to the Hpur ranch m Unkcns cniinty, W H. Hhrovi-r of Miltonvate Knn . bought 35 steer 3 year old from I W K. Ili kenson of Lubbock These! are la be shipped to thr Miltonv ulc ' ranch immediately. Mr. Dickenson alao aol io M Har-j glove of I'ana.llnii IS MMM All f J lot' I 'ic s c 1 1 son hum k will' kooii nai- y. .Marlon Long of Hall aold to Kdgat Wilson ( Amartlln 20V steer year linaa for I mined in t c delivery In MM lilnlon of Amarillo altlemcn. Mill movements trom thla tunc M will kg hi nv v. The cuttle have wintered wMI und are In such 1 nngallail thai thev an l. ringing Rood price. LAS VFGAS MAKING ELA B 0 RATE PLANS Commercial Club Pushing Project Expected to Draw Big Crowd on First Days of July. SkMI l-.iH Vi-iaa. X. M May ;: - I'laiiH for the cowboya' reunion to lie held MM J'iI I. 'i and .! arc ino IreMll r.ipldlt ami it bMtM M look ua If Mm MMl MlM M one of the MS MMSMMMJi i" MM hiKiory ..f thla part of the Mala, i nitlcmcn of all i cniral anil IMNtMM Xi MM Iff MnwlMJ an"' MMMM mid the at leiaawnce noM tin- rMM cetuKfy will M MMa Cowlioyn MleilaMKM from horn, of he ni iiMiy lam In k ate in -tiM lv parln ipiiiintr wllh the I'om merclal Int. in ihe nrranKiinentH. Tin i I ' 1 1 1 will hiic a 'Hi-pane miiivc- nir I k for the ooMMM which wi .11. ihe MVMl of apnrta and MNaMMlS M well aa the atofy ol i.iik Vegan. flnel llllinlrated WHAT $10 DIO FOR THIS WOMAN The Price She Paid for Lydia Which Brought Good Health. Danville. Vu. "I have only apent ten dollar on your imtlicine unj I feel ao much Letter than 1 did when the doctor w aa treuting me. I don t auffer any la-arinK down paina at all now and I alecp wen. i cannot aay enoueh for l.ydia K. I'inkham'a Veeeta- Ma t .impound and t? Ill L4raf 1'illft aa they fv I SeM done ao much for me. 1 am enjoy ing imod health now nml owe It all to yiair remi-diea. I take pleaaure in tell tng my frienda and neiKhtora sliout them." Mr- Menu HALEY, 601 Col uhone Street, Danville, Va. No woman luffciinir from any form of female troublea ahould loae hope in til ahe haii g-iven l.ydia E. Pinkhatn't VeKetalile ComMHind a fair trial. Thia famoua remedy, the medicinal I n if r e d i n t a of which are derived from native roota and herba. haa for forty MSM proved SS lM moat valua ble tonic and Invig-nrator of the fe male nrganiam. Women everywhere hear willing teatimony to the wonderful virtue i f Lydia K. rinkham'a Vegeta- lile t'ori'iOUIiil. If yon Imve the hllghteat doubt Hint I.. villa i:. I'inklukiti'a ogeta l.le t iiiiimuiiI will help ynii. h rit In l.ydia I : .IMiikliiwn Meilit-intsCu. i . on ii .l.ii l ml ) I mi. lin., far ml -v ice. Your letter will Im- opeiteil, rem! and Himwured by a woman, and livid in atrfcl ooaJtOanco. . FOR COWBOYS Mexico N ews , POSSIBILITIES Of BIG DAM Las Cruoes and El Paso Water Users to Co-Operate In Se curing; Greatest Efficiency from Water Power. t.ua OtTMM N. M . May in. Devel. npment of the power poaalblllllee ol the Klephant Multe dam on the baala nl greatest efficiency haa lieen (in trualed lo a Joint rommlMee of the water naera' ass.x Istlons of ihla city and of El Pan, of which Felix Mar llnea la the head. The ' oiiimlltee haa been i husen an a permanent hod' to carry on Investigation n il plana ard lo continue In charge of thla feature of (he big project until the full eg tenl of its pnwet development pnael lillltlea haa lieen realised Joint enm mltteea alao have lieen named for the entertainment of the congressional MMMRM which la to lalt the pro ject early next month DEMURRERS IN STATE'S BOND SUIT OVERRULED Santa Fe. X M . May 2S Judge Abbott in the district court here haa overruled the .p. i of the South- wealern Surety Insurance company of Iiennleon, Tcxua, lo the petition of the atate to rolled on the 175.000 Pond o! Moritan O, Lewellyn, aa treaaurer of the Htate Agrb ultural college. Argument M the demurrer was heard Inst week Twenty day" ate given the MMM) In file further pleading. JUDGE SAYS WE PAVE WORST RDADS lHas T"ed Em au and sectin ot scenic Highway Between Here and Isleta Is Roughest of the Lot. "1 hae been oxer moat of the Im- portaBl rtwaii In Mew Mexico receM I).' aaiil Judae Orfwatrille A Hnharil M "f Itonwi ll lo.la.i. ' ami I an any nnhi.iil .inn I III- . 1 1. . ii of any kind that MM worM rouil I have traveled over la thai m" Hon of the Xcu Mexno MM hlfhwaj in Ihe Imperial niiint oi liernalillo. Intween the oily of Al DHqMMM and MMStW" JinlKi' ICI litilHi.ii. wh.. la apemllnu .eiial dayii in A lmniiei tjtta, made the ttlp lo luli in ami li.c k Hun mornlna with Slate KnRHieer IMMM A Krench who wan on .in itmpectinn trip. "It la miiah and lnnll MM hy Irrl Katlon dilchea. " aald Judge Itnharil aoti In npeakina of the road, "anil nhowe plainly the Ink of proper care. I null, nl UM . ."lall hy l oniruat wllh the Valem In ...unit road over whli h we traveled for .pule u dlelun-e and whn h i- imt only In tine ah ipn hut evMMUf la lieltig kept m good repair. ' CONGRESSMEN 10 ARRIVE HERE E 3 Chairman Fitzgerald and As sociates Investigating Re clamation Projects to Stop on Way to Elephant Butte. Chairman John J. SMSSjMaM of the im. line roniMlttag ol the liotiau nl l-t prrsenliittvca. Ci.ngirssmen Mondell. Hhirley of KeMtttcky, OIlMtM of Ten MM gad a milliner of others, the pecial OOMMtttM nl Ihe lower house lo invengaie re. lamutiun ei-ivc.-proJjt is. will arrive In AlbuiUeriUe tin- cecum of June Id and will re main here lor two or three hums, and I ossiblv lor lollgel They ale . the wuv In Klepharil Unite In uiape. I Ihe Rio (traada prajMt. The Hit) win met al l.illlv I'V lio.etlior M lloll- aM .mil Hlale Knglneer Krench h" will accoiiipanv them to Albu.uer.iic and who may go wllh Iheiu lo the dam. The Comm. r ml club, It is elpe, led, wil iii.mge ..r Ihe enlerlulniiieiit of the ooagtMMMg during Hull stay in Ibis i 'ty. I UNJUST REPROOF Mr tangle (irritiblv i Anparently von make no tine whatever o( the wMMtMM hintt I give vou from day t" day. M langle- Wrrng at tiiual, OgMMl Why, the last tialrli I tent to ibe I-Mi. irnt Home Monthly netted me throe dollati ami fifty cenltt There i i unique fpot in New York City, it ii a 'irkei exchange u.iotli al the I'nlo Gruun.ii and it bean the inscription: "NO MONEY rAKEN UK RE." It it understood to be thr only place of it kind in 'ew Tort RICHARDSON JUN 9EM0CRATIC LEJK OF STATE STRONG FOR SELLERS PUN TO FINANCE COMING CAMPAIGN Means Mow Being Considered Placing Albuquerque Man In Official Party Position Whence He Can Carry Through Undertaking to Se cure 10,000 Subscribers at $2 Each. Chairman J. H. Pasmn rind mem bera of the lemneratle gtate HMMH lee now are nnaldering meana hy which Col l K. H Mellera of Albu SJMMMM may be placed In an of'l. lal parly poeltlnn ao that he may carry out hla -in in eu'.iecriptlon plan for financing the party organliatlon agulnat the ueceaaary egpenaea of the campaign of lVl.i. Two lettera have been aent to prominent liemocnita throughout the atate hy I'olonel Mellera urging the Importance ol financing the i-MinpiilCn now an that when ihe real campaign pen the party may he In a poeltlnn to aeleit (he right men for varloua puri nominal lone, regardleea of helr ability i rontrlhutc to Ihe . ampnlgn fund, and aolely upon a baala of their llimna for the varloua poeltluna. He haa pointed out that hia plan lo aeek 1. each from ten thousand Ileum, rale In Sew Mexico will fur nlah Ihe parn organliatlon the funda It needa for legitimate lampalgn ex pennee. and al the aatne time will havr H powerful paychologli al influ ent e in bringing Into ihe in tlw- work ing ranka ten Ihnuannd men who oth erwiae might lie indifferent The In MMSMM of two ii.. iiura each in real money, i'olonel Seller hellevea, will fornlah the iwy hi. logical motif whi r will produce the reactlun of vlguroug Individual party activity. Almnet without eaceptlon Dettio rritta to whom the .-olonel'a MtMM have been addrraaed have given henrly approval lo lh. plan and aet -eral t the leader have united in the augaeation to Chairman 1'aaton lhat Coin net Keller, he placed In an official position on the i ommlttee. by ap pointment, whit h will veal hint with the party's authority to proceed. Xot only do Ihe slatcmenta from ln.h idiuil Itettioerats show approval of ihe Sellers plan. Imt they indicate a full realization of the litune.tl.ita and urgent need fur syatrmali. party organn.alion work. Colonel Mellera has reeelted a literal hale of letters In response to his re.ptei! thai Memo, crate pass Judgment on hla I- auh ecriition plan. Home or the inii-rest-Ina staieiiienla trom a few of these letters follow KKI.iX M A ItTI X V.V.: I am ter much In fator Of Mr Hellers' plan and In llet. he should lie placed in a party poMttoa whe n will MtMl him In carry II out. I heltete Ihe MSM this matter Is taken up Ihe Letter II will ha tor the Domneratie party in the future There MMM to la- a general interest ihiougl'.oiii tin state for party nrMaiaatloo. and in polttkfg Ihe tune to el r ike i. when ihe Iron Is hot " .M. M. CRAIG, gtai MMlMOMMMi Tern. ,. g one of the latu poM mitleemen I hearlllt endorse your suggratlon and will do all I can M further II " MAI. I'M M. ROBBSMON, SMMMM DMMMMtlC inmmlllee of Torrance county "This plan will work ' W. M ATKINSON lioswell "I think ihe plan MMMB4M la an em el lent one I di.li'l l.elleve I lonlll think of SMMI plan MfMK. I 11 MRS NUANES WINS FIGHT TO REGAIN CONTROL OF GIRL Mri. Kurrnsniu MMMMf of Trtnlilml. Col... has won her light to r.-uain MMgoMofl of her 1 1 ear old daugh Mf. Cloriinlii. whose grandmother, Mrs Victoria Hanchex, of Marliner inwn. . oh. pied her niter she refused to return to her mother JlMM ltanods ..esleiilay signed a writ onlrring Mrs. Han. hex to siirren ! i the girl to her mother. M.inily HIl.-lilT A. C It 1 1 r t leer, serte.l Ihe writ. mid mined ihe gir1 oer to her at other A. J. MALOY 2 U West TOMORROW We will have a big supply of Fruits and Vege tables both home grown and from California. All Kinds of BERRIES at (0 Cents Per Box. New Carrots, Beets and Turnips in Bunches. CALIFORNIA TOMATOES SUMMER SQUASH CUCUMBERS OREEN BEANS CALIFORNIA BLACK CHERRIES Red Wing Grape Juice Impeual Preserved Figs Green and Ripe Olives in Bulk. 0QCCCCOCCCCCCC A. J. MALOY Phones 172-173 Agent's for Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. "Where you always get good butter" by Party Organisation for be glad lo help along ihe plan aug geeted." J. C. fllf.nERT. alale committee man, Hoewell: "Thla eeema to be a good proposition. I have discussed It wllh aeveral and It seema lo meet wllh general approv al " J. J. HHI I.KIt. mayor of llaton: "I think your auggeotmn a tery good one. It will require organliatlon and Ihe lime and energy of enthualaatlc workere." ci.VMK KHiiWAI.TEll. Fori Mum ner "I heartily endorae your ft do nation plan and auggeat that the county chairman of each county up polnt a live one lu circulate the pa per" J. D. ATWOOD. Arleslit "Tour plan strike me as being moat sense Me and reasonable." M. P MKKKN. Arteela: "I Ihink our plan of raising a campaign fund la good I have apoken to hair a dosen Mcmocrala ghout It and all ot them think It good." U ii UIIAXTHAM. Carlahad: "I have Just received your communica tions and will take this matter up with the prominent Demorrate of thla county with the view of getting their asslatunce." H. II Kenneheck. Helen: "I think the Idea pro posed la a good one ami will do all in my power to help it along " c II vl.l.liltKMUK. state senator. VMMMOftl "The movement la a good one and ahould meet with the ap prov n I of all I temocrat RKNIONO I'AMll.l.A I, una. tltindalupe cotintv t vour proposition." AHTHI'lt HKI.KIMA.V Puerto de "I approve1 Han I a Ke: "The Idea strikes me very favorably and no doubt will produce eicellent results if handled properly." J. r UINK1.K, Ito.well " agree with you th it It Is very neceeaary to do aomethlng and we all know II tabes money ua well aa push " A. ft M. i; M-'KKV AlhuiueriUe: "I will be glad to help In any wu I can to put II through." K C UK MAC.V. MsMMMM govern, or: "I have read your plan of cam paign ipillc carefully and agree with you aa to Its worth as regards the rank and file of Ihe party." II. U atCtCUET. nion ' The i. .al ter of ralalug funds Is going to be a vital one und I believe some plitn like that propiHiM by you lu be good." ANTONIO LtTCBRO. eecrelary ol state- "I believe you will he able lo trog out Ihe wrinkles In this plan ua they appear and th.il you are on the rtJM way." J 1 ' Mi i K Q, A RICMARDeON, lios well: "I heartily approve the plan you auggest There are several good ..ties but I do not know of any bet ter than thla one." O, X. MARROW, slate treasurer: "1 agree wild everything you say and you can rely on me In forwarding the movement Inaugurated by you to the fullest extent In mv power " NITMMRRa HI It K II A I IT. I nil.-d stales alt'.rtio "I heartily agree with your suggestion and believe If will prove effective a the Hanta Ke railroad aiallon. StotRoi Mai ilatighur left for Trln Maa on Train Xo. H. The writ waa sued out for Mis RMM Henator Isaac Harth. The Co art agreed with h'm that under the . Hi MMSM of the case no one had legal light lo take the girl frol.: the possession of ihe mother In this stale The Mniightera nl the American Revolution H Meet at the home of Mrs A K Walker, Ml North High .ticei, Saturday afternoon al o't lock. Let Ihe Herald want ad on. your work. Central I MOTORCYCLE CLUB WILL MAKE RUN TO SANTA FE n: tj i c u v. : v r ai nnvvcry ui suvuiucn pectd to Undertake Tour ney to the State Capital on Decoration Day. At one of Ihe Boot enthusiaetlo meetings ever held by the local mo torcycle clob It waa decided, loot night, to hold a scheduled club-rua to Hanta fe and return, on Monday, May SI. The rldera will leave Albu querque fve minims apart, beginning at t a. m. The route selected la the regular motor road. There will be checking stations at liernalillo, Momlngn, lop of jl Hajada hill and al Ihe Dp Var gas hotel In Hanta Fe The rate of travel has been set at 20 In 2G miles Any rider arriving al any checking station ton anon or loo late will have a certain number of poind deducted from hia score or 1,000 polnta. The return frm Hanta Fe will etart at 1)0 p. m . the method of leaving being the aamr aa at the etart, with the same checking stations. Accord ing In schedule the tlrat rider will fin ish at I o'clock. There will be no entrance fee of any kind. Thla club-run will be open to all rldera. i SPEEO MANIACS TO HAVF TH FIR W 9 1 1 W tke. MASS ON MONDAY Every Raoe Carded for Trac tion Park Carnival Prom ises Hair-Raising Thrills; Time Trials a Feature. Promise nf some of ihe moat thril ling racing lhat has ever been staged before an Alhuiueriue crowd la con tained In the program for Ihe apeed lamlval at Traction park Monday af ternoon. At 2:10 o'clock the ftrat nf ihe ellm. minion races preceding the hair- rala. lag ten-mile derby will be held. Three cars will run in each of ihe two eliminations, to cut ihr debry entrants down to four. The width ot the track precludes more than four apeed muu lues Ii'- union ut the aatne time. The Mi-mlle ra will atart at S i look The drivers will risk tnelr necks (or i Miu purse. The drivers eliminated from the derby will compete In a tonsoalon Mag for u purse. There will be lime trials fmm a living atari to establish a mile record for Xi w Mcxl n a half-mile track. HIM Metalnger. who has never been defeated In a motorcycle race, will v hinx .111 a I list Kennle Kmbery, of lcnv.-r. who is said to be able to take Kill s Meat Mre and take II right. It will he a hot battle, villi no regard lor prudence. EXTRAORDINARY SHOW FOR ST. ANTHONY'S Knr the benellt ol Hi Anlhony'g or phanage Iwo headline shows will be given at the Crystal theater Friday. June I, Mall nee and ulghi. three of Ihr lineal reela that the World Film orporatloii has produced will he shown and between reela there will In- fine musical numbers. HI. AHhony's la to receive all the proceeds. i 8IKCIAI. Hunoay Dinner at Whlt cotni. Hprlngs. flora. a want dlmea. line -t time moose! Smoker At the Moose Club Tomorrow. SATURDAY NIGHT. Y0UNO HACKENSMITH of the Olympic club. San Francisco, world's cham pion bantam - weight wrestler. VS. KID O'HANNON of Boston. Mass. Also two fast bouts be tween Young Joe Rivers and the Inserrecto Kid and Young Kline and Bat tling Cruse. Admission 50 cents 4s jii&$S& rTHE race ain't always to the A swift. VELVET is way ahead of those quick-cured tobaccos, even if it dom wait two years for DC DC Sport TUSCON SERIES IS FIGURED TO OPEN No Definite Announcement, But Tuesday Connections Deemed Too Close; All-Season Support Seems Assured. MTAMHMi UK TKIMH. Won. Uoal. Pet. HI Paw I 1 .IM vhuiuenue I I .MS I'hoenla 1 I .Hi Tui son 1 I .III V I VI I Kll S ltl.Nl Albuquerque, Phuenla, 4 (II in nlngsi. i Tucson, Kl I'aao, I. SyiSMia- 1 1 I im.W TH.Y. Klo OlSMMSt ImMSMSSVA Albuquerque at lboenla. Kl lftao at Tu.aon. 'MM- in., of the haaetiall chjh aal today thai while ihey had no eMaJjU inniiiini emenl of Ihe fuel, they were fairly certain that the llukeg snuli begin then home , ml in XI Wednes day agalnal Tucson While It Is bare. k piHMlble for the team lo make Ihe run here Irom I'hoenlg In lime I" play T I .v afternoon, it la not deemed advlaahlr In call the fana out in tfie park and then ruu the rlak of a train delay that will neceaaltate either a long wait or poaelblr poet pom mem. "..I ,i tan i believed that Mumiger lleed would make any ar rangement for a Tueadny game. t'ommllteea have Issen visiting bualness men and nther supporicrs of Hi.- i.-aiii t'.dav in the Intereal nf II MMMsM support lhat will Insure the maintenance of the club throughout Ihe season. I 'd. II K II Kellers said Hi., i it .i. pretiv plum lhat ihe bual ness men were delei mined to keep the nine going until fair time The "inii'in. e Im received such encour agement that It la eonfldent Ihe dukes will remain Intact for a eerlea ai the big shnvv at Traction park Tin- litikes pounded I heir way to .In head of the league again yeater daj in I'hoenlg. Timely hitting gave Ihem the victory In a twelve-inning t.nleel TODAY'S GAMES ITtOX Ui I I V l I I'lilliidelpliia. 'J: pslon. Score It. II. K. Philadelphia . Olin HOI 10 1 I I BiMng oin ion log & t I SkMMrtMl Alexander and Killlfer; Tyler ami Tragre u. Whaling. llltKlMirali. .1: llriMiklyn, I. Hcore: Tl. II. K. I'ltlaliurgh ... "nil no: 010 I I 1 Hroukiyn uoo om one t I t naileries Mamaux and illbaon; CMMl and MUler. McCarty. I1VBRAI. IsKAUl'E. Iluffalo n : IMII-tHirgli. 4. Hcore R. H. E. Iluffalo """ 000 000 0 t t 1'iishurgh Xno 101 ooa 4 4 I llallerles: Kurd. Rhmke and Blair. Allen, llarger and Berry. i Hill I rain. Frdiral games postponed; VI Kill ( I I I.1X i.aioe. i'isiainul; Italii. I'hlcagii. Ma) II - "leveland-fhl- ago game postponed, wet grounds. Two garnet tomorrow. - . Irfiuie game poatpond; fain. WliaTKHX LKUilB. All Weatern games postponed. VI av .'.I Monday. More will Im' i-tisseil all dav l: W. l ie. ill, 1 i .: in . -I l ead ' - 1 1 1 1 1 About lioo, UOO. ooa a year la being apem on education In Ihe failed Stales. A wlreleaa station, open to the pub lic, haa been opened in Tlerra del Kuegu. WEDNESDAY Dm agein'. 3PC DC News Circuit Onips (Jnip and Dopr from I'npem in Lraffuc Citun TiMMsn CMIaen. Puller and Halt have been released by President llrown of the Did Pu eblo team and Olaflln of Bakrrelleld. Cat, will take tlall'a place a pltrher. tMaflln formerly played In Ihe Nnrth weslern league. Wilfred Hullinger. Tuceon'a hard hitter and fast MMir, will take Puller'g place for Ihe III Paso series fliocon l.iiHir. Haven of the twelve membera f the Phoenix baseball team were amona topnotchere in the Couat league and Union aaekM-latlon laal vear. according to records compiled by Ihe well known booklet, "lleschs official American la-ague llaaeluill (lulde for llt." Two of Ihe local pitchers. MnfMglJ and Toner, were in the I'nion aaao 'iallon. Mci're.-i) plaie.i wilb lluitf and Toner wllh SVlMl and Molt laike. During the season MeOaary pitched 117 Inning, the greatest numi.er Pitched by any I'nion aaan. Inii'in i wirier in I0li. He won 14 gamsa and halt 10. el ruck nut WO and gave (0 base, on iHtiia. Ills peneulage for the aeaaon wna .Ml. Toner pitched III Innings, won IS game and loat in. struck out 124 and gave 4 haae on balia. Hla sea son percentage was .651. TiHvstMi Mae. President llrown staled yesterday that the games would tie run much faater and that a film effort will ln made to cut cut all wrangling and rowdyiam. PIhnhH HepuMhan. Trying lo he ih.etfnl last night. Manager Jim Hrown or the Tucson club culled up the Itepubllcaa and predicted better flniineial going lor the fnur-club circuit He mid IM deadwood had Iseen heaved over board, and that from now on every till will have to hustle only fai MM own ankr Jim llrown la a hard headed euaa wllh a lot of Internal! savvy, gnd while he waa bitterly dlu appolnted lhat the league cuubl i go through Intact, he showed some of that Indomitable optimism that has made him (and all of Ihe baae liall managers who posrrraed III. auc- eaeful. lllllllllimillflUUIIIllItlllllllliiiiiMM Modern women in sist on Cottolene Because it it one of the pur eei of pure food product. Because they know that Cottolene rata never boon squalad for qual ity or purity or for producing fooda that arc wholgajooaa, dtgeat- ibw and delicious. Um one-third mm of Cottoiane) than of ordinary cooking tat. Um Cottolene for all your short filing, frying and cako-makuig. Arrange with your grocer to de liver your aupply regularly. Write to our General OrHcex, Chicago, for a fraw copy of our real cook book,' HOME HELPS.' OlXXLrAIRBANKJUBD 'CWfeeVeM ! geoaf ,eaV Uf.,"