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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, JULY 23, 1912.
Pabst KiHtooia The Beer of Quality AT the club, in the dining car, or wherever beer is served, you will always find Pabst Blue Ribbon the favorite with those who insist on quality. Its popularity is due to the successful and honest ef forts of its makers to pro duce a pure, wholesome, refreshing beverage. Bottled only at the brewery tn crystal clear bottles, showing at a glance that it is clean end pure. This is the beer for your home Phone or write The Pabst Company 1307 Leavenworth PhtMies Douglas 79, A M7J V5 , 1 Nebraska. LANCASTER PRIMARY FIGHT Republicans Conduct Still Hunt for Support at Polls. VOTHJG PLACES KEPT SECRET Leader of Precreaslre Element Well Posted, Bat Other Kept la Dark Aiieuor Miller Reports Oa Laad Valees. Four of the eight delinquent counties reported to Secretary Seymour of the equalization board this morning, leaving four yet to report Those reporting are as follow: 111 19X1 Stanton $ 4.412,38 ! 3.759,162 Thomas. ......... 513.877 534.3SS Thomas 813.877 63486 Dawson 6.628,076 6.292,237 Lancaster ..23,604,189 21.00J.678 (From a Staff Correspondent) ' LINCOLN, July 22,-Speelal: A gum shoe campaign was at Its height In the capital city of Nebraska today on account of the Republican primaries, which were held this evening. Bull moosers, third termers, regulars, irregulars and all the different kinds and colors found In the Republican party in Lancaster are on the Job in that still sort of way which some times means so much, or so little, but just the same keeps the other fellows on the anxious seat Condemnation is heard on every hand because the place of holding the primaries in the different voting places was kept a secret from the public until one day before the time for fold ing them. A peculiar thing about-the secrecy business was that he leaden In the bull moose party seemed to know all about it Railway Commlsioners Clarke and Win nett went o Gandy, in Logan county , to day to investigate a complaint coming from the cltlsens of that place regarding the Inadequate depot facilities there. It Is claimed that more side track is need ed to take care of the business of the community. Commissioner Clark will go to Lexing ton before his return to look up a com plaint at that place regarding telephone rates. The value of land in Lancaster county, according to the report of Assessor Miller, 187,556,015, as compared with $5,895,065 last year. The assessed 'value of lots this year is 18,401,850 as against 17.471,328 last year. Improved lands are assessed at 36,714,155, this year, with improvements thereon at 3841,860. Total value of the personal property In Lancaster is 7,506,324 this year, against $7,637,285 last year. Two Deaths Affect Families of State House Officials (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, July 22.-Speclal.) Mrs. B. B. Cowles, wife of State Land Commis sioner Cowles, died last night at the family residence, Eighteenth and N streets. Mrs. Cowles had been suffering from a cancer for about three. months and had been slowly declining until about a week ago, when it was evident that there was no hope for her recovery. She came to Falrbury from her native state of Illinois when a girl and lived in Fair bury, where she met Mr. Cowles and they were married and resided there until Mr. Cowles was elected land commissioner and entered upon his duties, when they took up their residence here. The funeral services will be held at the chapel of the undertaking firm of Castle, Roper & aMthews in this city at 1 o'clock Tuesday afternoon and the body will be taken to Falrbury tor burial. Rev. J. H. Presson, record clerk in the office of Governor Aldrlch, will preach the funeral Sermon and members of the board of public lands and buildings, with members of the office force in the com missioners' office will act as pallbearers. Another death affecting the state house family was that of little Donald Price, eight months old son of D. D. Price, state engineer in the irrigation depart ment and which was especially sad, oc curred yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Price had put the little fellow to sleep and laid him on the bed, leaving the room for a short time, going only to the ad Joining room. Later, in going back to the room where she had left the babe, she found him lying on the floor where he had rolled ; from the bed, te ' bed clothing having" become wrapped about him in such a manner that he was sur focated. Every effort was made to re vive him. but to no avail. He was a grandson of W. T. Thompson of the legal department .at Washing ton, a few years ago attorney general of the state. . Mr. Thompson is expected home in few days and an effort win be made ' to hasten his arrival that he may be present at the funeral. Mellek Shows Guards. Warden Mellek of the state penitentiary evidently can show his few guards a few things in the nerve line. . A few days ago when Prinoe, the negro murdered of Deputy Warden Davis, who will hang in a few weeks, sent back his dishes after partaking of a meal furnished Dim In his cell, it was discovered that a knife was missing. Determined to get the knife if possible, Warden Mellek ordered three of the guards to search the cell and dlsoover the knife. ' All three of the men showed the white feather and being disgusted with the bunch, the warden went Into the cell and secured the knife. If this be true. It Is evident that the Increase In salary paid to the guards since the out break has not stiffened "up their back bone to a very perceptible degree. Cash on hand In the office of the state treasurer at the close of business last Saturday was $360,752.32, as compared with $263,229.01 a week ago. Stanton Boy Dies Suddenly. STANTON, Neb., July 22.-(6peciaL)-A very sad Incident happened Saturday evening when Paul Glaser, a 19 year old son of Louis Glaser, died of heart failure at his father's farm, one mile east of Stanton. After finishing his day's work, Paul with his younger brother went to the river to bathe. After returning to the house, to take care of the stock he went to the house to prepare supper. As soon as he entered the door he dropped over dead. His brother, Albert at once phoned to town for help but doctors could not revive him. He was a member of the German St John's Lutheran church and was a member of the church choir. He was a good musician and was able to play well several Instruments. He was a member of the Modern Woodmen band of Stanton. Funeral services will be held from the German St John's Lutheran church on Wednesday, Nebraska, Chance for Nebraska Indian Fighters to Secure Pensions (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN. July 22-(Speclal.)-Adjutant General Phelps is In receipt of a letter from Congressman Sloan asking for In formation regarding survivors of the Ne braska volunteers who enlisted to fight the Indians In Nebraska during the civil war, and announcing that a bill 'bad been Introduced in congress for pensioning survivors of that regiment their widows and children. The bill is known as House Roll No. 25.066. In IKK i similar bill was introduced, but did not meet with the approval of the government the reason claimed be ing that as the members of he Ne braska militia which defended the borders were not sworn in by a regular army of ficer, they could not be considered as legally a part of the army. The men who are thought to come under the provisions of the bill were those who enlisted in what was called the First Regiment First Brigade, Ne braska Militia (mounted) and their duties were to keep the Indians in sub jection so that the regular regiment of the army stationed in Nebraska could be used in the south.. The adjutant general's office has on file ' numerous letters and other papers relative to the matter which has been up several times before in an effort to get the Nebraska 1 volunteers recQgnlsd as a part of the regular service, but nothing has ever come of it though these docu ments show that much fighting was done and that this regiment which consisted of four companies of mounted men and one detachment of artllery, saved the government the necessity of keeping a portion of its regular army In Nebraska when its services were so badly needed In the south. This band of Indian fighters was com posed of men from Omaha, Plattsmoufh, Nebraska City and the country down around Gage and Pawnee counties, while the artillery were men entirely from Omaha. ' I . ' ' SOUTH OMAHA MAN IS ACCIDENTALLY SHOT PLATTSMOUTH, Neb., July 23.-(Spe-clal.) Tom Quade of South Omaha was quite severely wounded yesterday after noon while bathing in the Platte river near the wagon bridge north of this city by being accidentally shot with a rifle, the bullet taking effect in his right wrist. Quade and a number of companions drove down from South Omaha for the purpose of having an outing. Quade was In bath ing when the accident happened. One of his companions fired at a mark erected over the water and the ball glanced from the water and struck Quade. His wound bled quite freely. He was hurried into, his clothing and brought to Platts mouth, where the wound was dressed. Good Rain In Jefferson County. FAIRBURY, Neb., July 22.-Speclal.) The bang continued drouth that has pre vailed in this vicinity since the early part of - June was broken Saturday evening when a good shower came and relieved the situation. Jefferson county farmers were commencing to worry over the ab sence of moisture. The ground was get ting hard and caked and many fields of corn were burning up for the lack of rain. Already there 1b a marked differ ence in the appearance of vegetation. York Democrats Harmonious. YORK, Neb., July 22. (Speclal.)-The democratic county convention held yes terday afternoon was the most har monious one ever held in the county. No resolutions of any kind were introduced. Sixteen delegates to the state convention were named, all from the country pre cincts except delegate-at-large, W. A. Kirkpatrick of this city. Beatrice Woman Asks Divorce. BEATRICE, Neb., July 22.-(Speclal.)-Mrs. Grace E. Frits has lnstluted suit for divorce from her husband, Oliver Fritz, a farmer living northeast of the city. She charges the defendant with ex treme cruelty and says her health has been Impaired by his treatment of her. The family consists of five children and she asks the custody of her son, Albert, 6 years of age. Forty-Seven Bushels an Acre. TECUMSEH, Neb., July 22. (Special.) The wheat' crop is the best in years in Johnson county and many stories of big yields are coming from the fields. One of the best is that of Schlater Bros., who farm just south of Tecumseh. From an eleven-acre field they secured an average yield of forty-seven and three-fourths bushels to the acre. Tecumseh Store Closed. TECUMSEH, Neb., July 22.-(Speclal.)-J. -B. Elliott, who bought the H. J. Enders stock in this city, has closed his store. He has shipped what goods he did not sell out to St Louis. Mr. Elliott will spend the balance of the summer on the Paclflo coast and In the fall he will go Into business in Omaha. Papillion is Beaten by Quigley's Team of United Workmen PAPILLION, Neb., July 22. (Special.) The Workmen of Omaha defeated the Papillion town team here today in one of the most interesting games of the sea son by the score of 4 to 2. The Omaha team scored two runs In the initial round, when Lighten walked and Frank Qulgley knocked one in the weeds for a home run. They scored another in the third on hits by Barr and Eastman. The last run was scored when the home guards made a couple of errors. Papillion scored one in the first on a walk, an error and a hit. They scored another In the third by the aforemen tioned method. After the third chapter the Papillion outfit got goose eggs for theirs. Qulgley pitched an excellent game for the visitors, allowing only three hits, all singles. For Papillion, Graves of South Omaha twirled a masterly game, allowing only seven scattered hits , and striking out eight men. Eastman led with the stick, getting three clouts out of five times up. Lightell cracked two to the land of safety out of three times up. Next Sunday the Workmen play the Hollys at Fort Omaha. Score: K.H.r.. Workmen ....2 01100000-478 Papillion ....1 01000000-334 Batteries: Workmen, Qulgley and Lightell: Papillion. Graves and Gold- JOHNSON HOLDS TIGERS SAFE Strikss Out Seven Batters in First Three Innings. SENATORS WHf, FIVE TO THREE Wining Pitcher Leto Ip Whet. Loeals Get Good Lead and Craw ford Hits Him for Two Two-base Hits. WASHINGTON. July 22.-Walter John son held Detroit safe today and Wash ington won, 5 to 3. Johnson struck out seven batters in the first three innings and then let up when the locals had a good lead, Crawford hitting him for two doubles. Score: WASHINGTON. DETROIT. AB.H.O.A. E. AB.H.O.A I. MoslUr. rf.. 110 OJonsa, If..... i 110 0 Poster, 3b... 4 1 t 1 Bush, u 4 0 14 0 Milan, !.... 4 0 1 0 0 Cobb, ct 4 0 S 0 0 Gandll. lb... I 0 10 0 Crawford, rf. 4 1 0 0 0 SchMfer, lb 1 1 4 0 1 Doil, 3b 4 1 1 3 0 Mortal). Ib.. 4 0 0 1 Moriarty, lb 4 1 11 0 0 Alniraltb, c. 4 3 10 0 Louden, lb.. 3 1 1 I 1 UcBrldo. M. J 1 1 J 1 Sttnas. c. 4 0 3 I 0 Shanks, It... 4 3 3 0 0 Works, p.... 4 0 0 3 0 Johnson, p. ..3 3030 Totals 33 T 34 10 1 Totals 35 14 37 ( 3 Detroit 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1-3 Washington 0 3030000-6 Two-base hits: Moriarty, Shanks, Foster, Crawford t2). Saoriflce hit: McBrlde. Stolen base: Moriarty. Left on bases: Detroit, 6; Washington. 8. Base on balls: Off Works, 1. First base on errors: De troit, 2. Hit by pitched ball: By John son (Louden). Struck out: By Works, 5: by Johnson, 10. Passed ball: Alnsmtth. Time: 1:35. Umpires: Westervelt and Evans. Athletics lie Bats Effectively. PHILADELPHIA, July 22.-Phlladelphla batted hard here this afternoon and de feated St Louis, 15 to 4. Allison was knocked off the rubber In six innings. Score: PHILADELPHIA ST. LOUIS. AB.H. O A S. AB.H.O.A K. Htsrnt. If.. S 3 3 0 0 Shorten, cf.. 4 1 0 0 1 Lord, rf 3 1 0 0 0 Austin, 3b... 3 1114 Collins. 3b.. 3 3 3 5 OCompton, If. 3 1 S 0 0 Baker, 3b.... 5 3 0 0 lLaporte. tb.. 4 t 0 I 0 Mclnnw. lb. 4 111 0 OKutlna, lb.. 4 1 7 1 0 8trunk, cf... S 1 0 0 0 Jackson, rf . 4 0 3 0 0 Barry, as.. . I 3 4 4 0 Daly, as 4 13 3 1 Ltpp. e 4 I I I 0 Stephens. 0.34(10 Houck, p.... itll OSnell, 0. 1 0 3 1 1 Allison, p... 1 0 0 1 0 Totals 39 14 17 iS 3 C. Brawn, p 0 0 0 1 0 Stovall 1 0 0 0 0 Hosan 1 0 0 0 0 Totals 33 ( 31 10 7 'Batted for Allison In seventh. Batted for C. Brown in ninth. St. Louis 0 0 0 1 1 0 8 0 0-4 Philadelphia 3 0S 1 0 8 4 1 -15 Two-base hits: Collins, Mclnnes, Baker, Maggert, Barry. Three-base hits: Baker, Collins. Home run: Maggert. Sacrifice 'hit: Mclnnes. Stolen bases: Austin, Mag gert, Lord (2), Barry (2), Lapp. Double plays: Barry to Mclnnes, Barry to Cll 11ns to Mclnnes. Left on bases: St. Louis, 7; Philadelphia, 6. Bases on balls: Off Allison, 3; off C. Brown, 2; off Houck. 5. First base on errors: St Louis, 2; Philadelphia, 5. Struck out: By Allison, 2; by C. Brown, 2; by Houck, 2. Hits: Off Allison. 11 in six innings; off 'C. Brown, 3 in two Innings. Time: 2:06. Umpire: Dineen. Yankees Jump on Sox. NEW YORK. July 22.-Flsher who won his first game of the season. Ditched splendidly for New York. Catcher Kuhn of the visitors spilt a finger in the third Inning and retired. Score. NEW YORK. CHICAGO. AB.H.O.A.E. AB H O A K. Daniels, If.. 4 0 10 ORath. 3b.... 3 0 0 4 1 Chase, lb... t 3 9 1 OZelder, lb... 4 3 13 1 1 Sterrett, cf.. S 3 4 0 0 Collins, cf.. 4 0 10 0 Zlnn, rf S 0 0 1 0 Lord, 8b 3 1 1 4 0 Simmons. 3b I 1 3 3 0 Callahan, If. 4 1 1 0 1 Hartzell, 8b. 4 3 3 0 OBodle. rf.... 8 0 10 0 Martin, ss... I 3 8 4 0 Weaver, ss .l 1 1 1 0 Sveeney, c 4 1 4 1 OKuho, e 0 0 0 0 0 Fisher, p.... 4 1 3 4 0 Sullivan c. 3 0 4 0 1 Peters, p.... 3 0 110 Totals 3 14 37 10 0McIntyre ..0 0 0 0 0 Bell, p..r... 0 0 0 1 Totals.... .W 18 4 Batted for Peters In the eighth. Daniels out; hit by batted ball. Chicago 010200000-3 New York 4 1 2 0 0 1 0 5 123 Two-base hits: Zlmmons. Weaver. Zelder. Sterrett. Bases on balls: Off Fisher, 4; off Peters, 1; off Bell. 1. Struck out: By Fisher, 4; by Peters, 3; by Bell, Hits: Off Peters. 10 In seven Innings: off Bell, 4 in one Inning. Time: 1:55. Umpires: Egan and Sheridan. Kraruse Batted from Box. BOSTON, July 21-Harry Krause. one time pitcher of the Philadelphia Ameri cans, on his return to the malor league In a Cleveland uniform today, was bat ted out or the box bv Boston and the locals won, 8 to 8. Baskette, who re lieved Krause In the fourth, was hit freely. Krause was elven Door sunnort. Score: BOSTON. CLEVELAND. AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E. Hooper, rf. ..6 3 1 0 OPe'klnna'. ra 6 1111 1110 Yerkea, Ib... I 0 13 OOlson, 2b.... 4 Speaker, cf.. 3 1 1 1 0 Jackson, rf.. 4 1 3 0 0 bewlt, If.... 3 14 0 OOrlsgs. lb... 3 1 11 1 0 Gardner. 8b. 4 1 3 3 OTumer, 8b... 4 8 1 ( 0 Stahl, lb.... 8 110 OB'm'ham, ct 3 0 3 0 1 Watni", 3 13 3 SRyan If 4 10 10 Carrl&n, c. 4 3 3 0 OO'Keill, 8 110 0 10 0 10 u unen, p.. l o i o Krause, p. Baaketta. p.. 1 0 0 1 0 Totals 34 11 27 11 J'Hauger .... 1 0 0 0 0 Krapp 0 0 0 0 0 3Nah 1 0 0 0 0 Totals 35 3 34 13 I Batted for O'Neil In the ninth. Ran for Hauger In the ninth. Batted for Baskette In the ninth. Boston ! O 0 J 1 1 0 0 M Cleveland 000200010-3 Two-base hits: Stahl. Turner. Hooper. Three-base hits: Gardner, Hooper, Griggs. Hits: Off Krause, 7 In three and one-third innings; otr Baskette, 4 In two-third Inning. Struck out: By OBrien, 8; by Krause, 1; by Baskette, 2. Sacri fice hits: Birmingham, Wagner. Stolen bases: Speaker, Krapp. Sacrifice fly: Griggs. Left on bases: Boston, 6; Cleve land, 7. Bases on balls: Off Krause. 2; off Baskette, L First base on errors: Boston, 1; Cleveland, L Time. 2:09 hours. Umpires: Hart and Connolly. Key to the Situation Bee Advertising. A GREAT PHYSICIAN SAYS: "It You are a Nervous Wreck From Dyspepsia Drink Pineapple Juice." No people in the world suffer as greatly from stomach troubles as do the American people. From America's new possession, Ha waii, has come a drink that should be on the table of every American home Dole's Pineapple Juice, the greatest beverage yet offered to the American people, is not only a delightful drink but it possesses properties of excep tional tonic value. It is a decided aid to digestion a boon to the dyspeptic and of untold help to those suffering from throat difficulties. Pineapple juice is the pure juice of the fruit. Sold by grocers and drug gists everywhere. Order some to-da;r, "Cooling Drinks and Desserts," a useful book of appetizing recipes, free. Hawaiian Pineapple Products Co, Ltd, 112 Market St., San Francisco Fer-Mil-Lac The Health Drink for Young or Old At Fountains and Clubt Tke Safe AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA Growing Sentiment to Put Up Fight Against Water Board. RECENT ORDERS ARE DISLIKED City Conncllmen Have Reached Con clusion that Levy Mast Be Held Down Mayor Hoctor Inspects the City. A fight is brewing In South Omaha against the Omaha Water board and Its restrictions upon use of water by the patrons of the company. The orders of the commissioner In regard to the use of water have irritated a number of men, and it was stated Saturday that unless things changed for the better an organ ised fight wouid be made to compel the water commissioner to- see that , the patrons of the water board had rights as well as the board and commissioner. Two principal objections are made to the new rulings. One regarfis the pro posed Installation of the water meters at the expense of the patrons. The belief Is that there Is no more authority for this than there would be for the iceman to compel his patrons to hire ice scales upon which to measure their dally ice purchase. Another holding of the patrons questions the right of Water Commis sioner Howell to say when and how they shall use the water, which, according to contracts held by them, Is not subject to restrictions upon reasonable use. Many claim that if the water mains to Dundee had not been so well supplied there would be more water for the ordinary run of folks tn South Omaha. There is also a growing sentiment to fight the opinion of Corporation Cpunsel Baker in regard to the tax that Is to oe paid to the municipality of South Omaha according to the agreement with the erst while water company. It is held that, as far as South Omaha Is concerned, the Omaha Water company is a public serv ice corporation, doing business within the limits of South Omaha under a franchise, and as such the corporation Is subject to all restrictions and rules binding upon other public service corporations. Will Hold Levy Down. That the city council, or at least the major part of It, will stand on the side of the taxpayers in an effort to keep down the taxes appeared yesterday when several eouncllmen and the mayor stated that the levy would not run as high as anner irips Newbrk Bo art on Niagara Falls ' Buffalo Albany Saratoga Adirondacks 1000 Islands Newfmpand SeaGasi Chautauqua Montreal Quebec White Mtfs Washington NewportNews Bar Harbor Lon Island Sound Old feint Gamfort : ist h 1 I Jerst-Q i , .-sTS. - -4 disease-germ milk with its health destroying dirt. The market is full of this impure product The records of the health department show that much dangerous milk has been sold. Experts know that Alamito is pure and clean because it is pasteurized and never exposed to insanitary conditions. Our chemists are continuously testing Alamito milk so that we know every drop' we deliver contains the proper percentage of butter fat. AlamiU Milk is the Best Rich, Clean and Abioluttfe Safe to Uc Bottles BterUset Delivered fresh daily and before Alamito Sanitary Dairy Company Milk. Douglas 1300,000 for the present year and therefore the taxes would not be increased. The present plan Is to hold the levy down to 1275,000. Mayor Tom Hoctor and several of the eouncllmen, including Jay Williams, John Rlha and John Vana, have signified their Intentions of running the government upon an economic plan. It is understood that one of the eouncllmen has announced his Intention of keeping up the fight to Increase the force of, the city treasurer, on the hope that Councilman John Wal ters, who Is absent, will join with htm on his return. Those who know Walters best say he will not assist In the attempt to Increase expenses. Mayor Tom Hoctor has refused his consent to put in more lights until Sep tember, thus saving a round sum for the month of August. It Is quite probable Mso that the council will order the erec tion of a garage and stable in the space of ground between the jail and the city hall. It Is the hope of the police that an auto patrol will be bought this year. They claim that a good saving may be gleaned It such a program is carried through. Mayor Inspects City, Mayor Tom Hoctor patrolled the city yesterday to observe for himself whether the law was being enforced. His honor did not ride, but walked out to the city limits in the west. He refused to state just what was in his mind, but it is understood that he has issued certain oiders that he expects to be carried out. Speaking of the reported advent of a "disorderly district," the mayor said he had not heard and his inquiries had not developed any information of doubtful houses in the city. "There was one that was not quite free from suspicion and that was closed some days ago," said his honor. Magic City Gossip. FOR SALE ON PAYMENTS New six room house, 819 N. 22d. Clark Davis Is spending the summer with his mother's cousin, W. B. Millard at Sault 8te Marie on the Canadian line. Mr. and Mrs. Church have returned to their home at Alexandria, Neb., after a pleasant visit with their daughter, Mrs. M. S. Morrill. The new Magic theater In the Richey building will open today with a line of advanced vaudeville and moving pictures. The auditorium of the new play house Is one of the finest of Its size In either city. It Is under the management of A. W. Wright. The Bubonic Plaarae destroys fewer lives than stomach, liver and kidney diseases, for which Electrio Bitters is the guaranteed remedy. 60c. For sale by Beaton Drug Co, aw ' " i i itn uwri ii n Hundreds of. delightful place to spend a summer vacation. Including fascinating New York and historic old Boston. The Sea Shore and the picturesque New England mountain resorts. All "back east" excursions at greatly reduced fares. 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If every person knew what a simple matter it is to darken their gray hair this sign of advancing years' would be a rarity. The ordinary dye or stain is not at all. satisfactory and is easily de tected, leaving the hair sticky, rubs off or colors the scalp, but this simple recipe which you can make up at home at little cost, overcomes all these objections and is certain to give splendid satisfaction. To 7 or.s. of water add one small box of Barboo Compound, 1 os. of bay rum and Vi ex. of glycerine. This makes a mixture that gradually darkens the hair or beard to a rich, glossy brown, removes dandruff , and other Ills of the scalp and promotes the growth of the hair. Apply once a! week and when It is sufficiently darkened use once every two weeks. Be sure your! druggist doesn't give you a substitute for Barbo Compound. If he Is out ot it, he should order It for you from his whole saler. Tou will find if you try this excel lent formula that there Is nothing; that' can take its place. - trip fares, tickets ana sleeping mm