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T11E OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: FEBRUARY 11, 1912.
OBJECTION HAD ITS EFFECT
Protest of Railroad Commission
Heeded by Interstate Body.
BRIDGE FIGHT WAXETG WARM
rrtre Interested la Establishment
of rrmlral wilh RrfaN to
meat Orators la Drmaatl.
(Tiom a Staff Corrcsporfcent)
LINCOLN, ret.. 10 -(Special.)-The
state railway commissioners were grati
fied by the news that the Interstate Com
merce cvrcn.lsslen granted allay In
putting the new ve--lern freight classift
caticn laid eTfect thut a thorough hearing
niigl:t be had on Its merits. At first the
re-i'.iejt w,is ro:u.-eJ, but ' the various
.fra railway csnira ssions, among them
that of N.liaska. maile sueh a rigorous
protest that the national commission
The Nebraska commission. In concert
wilh those of other states, probably will
participate in the hearing, but the burden
of the work will come upon the commer
cial bodies of the section of country ef
fected by the classification.
I.oalsvlllo nonda Held.
Water bonds of the town of Louisville
re being held ttp by the auditor's office
pending an opinion from the attorney
general. The law says that such bonds
shall tie issued subject to redemption at
an? time after five years and that all
shall be due twenty years from data The
loulsYil!e bonds are each of them made
payable at a definite time, one each year,
commencing with the sixth year after
Issue. The auditor is not certain whether
this provision compiles with the law.
Price Morn Interested.
Engineer Price Is greatly interested In
the outcome of the Clay county bridge
controversy and is hopeful that It may
prove a precedent for other counties.
Ills only interest is that when he is
i-mieu on io uiaw piiuis lur a onuge ne
considers his professional standing is in-
olved and that if contractors are to be
allowed to depart from the plans It is
unfair to hold him responsible for the
consequences. He la of .the opinion that
if county commissioners will take a look
at the law they will insist on the con
tractors living up to the specifications
and In having the work submitted to the
approval of the Mate's engineering do
The law provides they are personally re
sponsible to the county for any money
raid out for bridges which do not come
up to the contract and specifications and
are also liable for damage .In case acci
'.djuiant General Phelps Is In receipt
of an invitation to attend a reception at
the White House, Washington, on Feb
Mmall Loss la Box Batte.
County Attorney Burton of Bos Butte
county was at the capltol today, on legal
business. He reports stock in his sec
tion, as a rule, coming through the win
ter In good shape, and where stockmen
have had hay there has been little or no
suffering. Some hot ko provided have.
sustained some losses during the cold
spell, when the ground was covered with
snow ana snimais unwa as rusus lews.
These losses will in no case be large,
however. , , , i1 . -V
r Asks for Osra Name.
William II. Armstrong has asked the
court to officially declare his name to be
Huberts. Ms alleges that when his mother
died a family named Armstrong took him
and brought him up, but that he never
was legally adopted. He has always gone
by their name, however, -but wants It
chsnged to the one under which he was
Olaf Olson alleges that on December 28
lie was In a store at Waverly peacefully
attending to his own business when he
was set upon and beaten by George
Uerelg, and fur which he asks (6,009 dam
C'omtaenrenieat Orator Wanted.
The state" university is having some
trouble obtaining someone whom It really
desires to deliver the annual commence
ment address. About a duxen persons
have been approached, but all have been
unable to fill tho appointment Persons
really desirable are in great demand about
that time, and it is becoming more diffi
cult every year to obtain suitable speak-
era for such occasions.
Two Itrslmeats Mar Go.
Adjutant General Phelps has notified the
War department that Nebraska will send
two regiments to the army maneuvers at
r.irt i). A. Russell. Wyo.. 'in case the
railroads will grant a suitable rate, such
as la In effect to Denver,, but in case no
rate Is made only one regiment will at
Dr. Charles F. Clark was held under
Mu bonds to the district court on the
charge of adultery preferred by his wife.
Reynard is Chased to His Lair. i
J." - 11 d ff!
BRYAN PETITION ON FILE
Formal Notice He is Candidate for
DEMOCRATIC CAMP LIVELY SPOT
SAVED MANY A DOCTOR BILL.
PE-RU-NA'S NEED IN FAMILY.
Left to Rlght-J,
Oscar Hanson. Andrew Anderson. 'Carl Rassmussen, Tom Fox.
, SUCCESSFUL FOX HUNT NEAR FREMONT. '
About Reward for
LINCOLN, Neb.. Feb. 10. An Inquiry
was received at the office of Governor
Aldnch tills morning from a man who
refused to give his name, asking the
proper method to go about sucurlng the
reward offered for the arrest of the
murderer of Goldle Williams al Grand
Island. The Inquiry was made over the
telephone and the questioner refused to
disclose his Identity or to niaka cny
statoment as to the amount of knowledge
he possessed of the murderer's whereabouts.
GRAND. ISLAND. Neb., Feb. 1.-The
day's developments In the search for the
murderer of Goldle Williams leaves the
authorities with less. It anything, of
promising clues than they had last night.
Several lines have been followed to a
conclusion today, only to find that the
suspected man was not the one wanted.
The community Is beginning, though un
willingly, to conclude that with his thirty-
six-hour start the fiend has for .ne lime
being made his escape.
GRAND ISLAND PLANNING
GRAND-. ISLAND, Neb., Feb. 10.-Spe-
cisl.r-lt the present plans materialize,
this city fill do from KOU.000 to $300,"
worth of paring this year. The necessary
petitions for two districts have already
been comoiclcd and are ready or tiling.
Three otliers are in circulation. Including
a district that would connect the business
section with the Burlington depot and In
clude Fourth street and the district com-
prised uf South Locust, leading to the
base baH park. It is expected that a bond
proposition of about 160.000 will be sub-
nutted for the paving or intersections.
etc. home enlargement oi me !: !
mains will likewise be made.
FAMOUS CHARACTER OF
CUSTER COUNTY IS DEAD
BROKEN BOW, Neb.. Feb. 10.-(9pe-
elal.) In the passing of Jim Kelly,
widely known In this part of the state
as "Nigger Jim," who died yesterday at
Ansley, Custer county loses one of Its
famous characters. Jim has lived in the
county sines 1875. being brougnt irom
Teiaa bv the Olives, when they nrst
same here, with -tlieir herds of cattle.
During the cowboy troubles of the 70s
and early fls Jim was known-as "Olive's
Bail I-laser," and at .that time, probably
merited the title. After the Olives with
drew from the cattle range, about 1884,
Jim went to live with Dave Blackman
and remained with him for a number of
years. About twenty years sgo, he took
up his home with the Tlerney brothers
and since that time they have been his
gusrdlans. A greater portion of these
years have been spent In Broken Bow.
Jim was probably about 73 years of age.
He was one of the best broncho riders in
the country and was always ready to
tackle any outlaw horse. He had his
faults msny of them. Some times he
made his bluffs good and some times he
had to look down the barrel of a .14
In the hands of the other fellow; but Just
the same, Jim was a big-hearted nigger.
No one ever heard him speak disrespect
fully of a woman and many a time has
he got into a rtllx-up becausesorae big
fellow was Imposing on a smaller one.
His career was Id many' ways unusual
and it woven Into a novel would not have
to be enlarged upon to make a sensa
tional romance of the first water. Many
are the wlerd tales told by old timers of
Jim's escapades while riding for the
Olives and of mysterious crimes com
mitted and laid at his door. His death
will bo freely . commented upon by
pioneers of Custer county, but In summing
up his career msny declare that his good
points were many and will stack up
favorably with the bad ones.
Gift Sent by Kerr
to Stricken Family
Brings Them Hope
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Feb. 1". (Special.) I.'. 8.
Mllllken today received the $1 check sent
to him In care of The Bee by A. H. Kerr
of Chicago. If Mr. Kerr could have seen
the humble little home to which the
stricken family had Just returned after
coming from Wymore, where the mother
and daughter had been buried, alia wit
nessed ths thankful tears which cams to
tho eyes of the father he certainly would
have realized what a world of good the
money had done. To hi in the money may
not be much, but to this father with his
four motherless children It will be a
Messing; besides this, In connection with
the many kind remembrances of neigh
bors, it bss brought boms to him the
fact there la always a helping hand
somewhere ready to aid the stricken.
Mindful that the mother had lost her
life picking up coal along the railroad
track, that tlw family might be kept
warm, some kind neighbor, during the
absence at the funeral of what remains
of the family, bad left a load of coal, and
others had left a bountiful supply of
groceries; The father Is a laboring ma
and always works when work Is to be
found, but Ilka all of his class conditions
make it Impossible to keep far ahead of
absolute necessities, even In ths best of
During the cold weather In January he
had been unable to find employment and
family funds ran low, which necessitated
the picking up of stray lumps of coal.
At the time of the accident be had ob
tained a tew days' work and expected to
get his pay that night. In anticipation of
which he told his wife she need lot pick
up ooal that day for he would buy some
at evening from a nearby coal : ard. The
Ife, always anxious to help, went out
to pick coal Just the same and ths death
angel arrived ahead of ths pay check.
Of (he four remaining children, three
are boys and one a girl, the oldest.
boy of 16. and the youngest a boy of S.
All are attending school and Mr. Mllllken
says he not only Intends to try and keep
the family together, but to keep them In
school. Tho entire family la highly spoken
of by the neighbors, and as one .of
them remarked when told of Mr. Kerr's
gift. "Well, It couldn't have been given
to anyone more worthy. It Is such un
solicited acts of kindness whloh makes
one remember that 'the whole world Is
kin.' even though we forget It some
times In the ecsselcss struggles of life."
THREE WDDLINGS IN OTOE
COUNTY ON SATURDAY
Motion to Quash
South Omaha Police
Ouster Case Denied
(From a Staff Oorre;onden:.i
LINCOLN. Neb, Feb. . lo.-(j(pecl!.-
The supreme court today overruled the
motion to-qua?h in (he case of Ryan and
Plronka, the South Omaha police com
missioners, sguinst whom ouster pro
ceedings were brought in the name of the
slate. Whether or not the next move will
be a demurrer or an answer on which the
case can be tried on its merits, is not
SUPREME COURT DECIDES
GRIST OF SMALL CASES
Two Ked Foxes Are
Shot Near Fremont
Red foxes In Nebraska are supposed to
be about as scarce as bens' teeth, but
Tom Fox, B. Parks, Oscar Hanson, An
drew Anderson and Carl Rassmussen of
Fremont recently gathered in a couple of
the animals. With their hounds they
crossed the Platte river and going up
Elm creek some distance, started up a
couple. The bonds gave chase and Inside
of three hours two foxes were bagged.
Is . the Bead to
(Prom a tsft Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Feb. l.-(!4peclal.)-The su
preme court handed down opinions today,
but- there wss nothing In the Hat of gen
eral Importance or Involving an Interest
ing legal point. William Rockwell, a
hangeron about Itlntllng Bros, cirrus,
who wss convicted and sentenced to from
one to seven yesrs on conviction of pick
ing the pocket of John Moslman when
the circus was In Falls City, rets a new
trial, tho court holding the evidence did
not warrant a conviction. - About ail there
was to connect Rockwell with the crime
was that he wss standing near when the
crime was committed and ran when at
tention was called to it. . Following are
the cases decided: .
Mausy against Hlnrlchs. On motion for
rehearing, former opinion modified. Judg
ment of afflrmsnee adhered to. Motion
for rehearing overruled.
Forsha analnst Nebraska Molina Plow
company, on motion (or rehearing, for
mer opinion and Judgment modified. Mo
tion- for reheating overruled.
Price asalnst Fouke. Affirmed. 1
Curias. .-,.- .
Lottan against Aabsl. Reversed and de
manded. Letton. J.
Heltike against Helm. Affirmed.
Allen against Meets. Affirmed. Faw
- Kraaonsr against Tales. Affirmed. Let
oleson against Oleson. Reversed and
remanded. Reese, C. J.
Mathews against Glllett. Affirmed.
Taylor against Harvey. . Affirmed.
Western linage a uonsirucuun cm-
psny against County or . myelins, re
versed and remanded. Barnes. J. Hamer,
State ex rel Kellogg against issrr.
flrmed. Sedgwick. J.
llnekwell aaalnst Slate. Reversed and
remandede. Harnes. J.
Following are rulings on motion for
Mausy against Hlnrlchs. Overruled.
Forsha assinst Nebraska Mollns Plow
First National Bank of Trenlon against
Brilton. Oral argument ordered on mo
Won at ' session commencing Msrch II.
Essex against Ksensky. Overruled.
CI ants against Chicago, Burlington 4V
Qulncy Railroad company. Overruled.
B sal sees .Changes la Teewmseh.
TECUM8EH, Neb.. Feb. lo. (Speelal.)
Harry Phelps of Lincoln and Q. W.
Hassett of this city. . have . bought the
hardware and furniture stock In Tecumseb
of Thomas McKeown.
Walter Ross of Lincoln bss bought ths
one-half Interest of A. L. Martin In ths
tobacco, cigars and confectionery firm of
Hill Martin In this city.
Harms Mr. (tolas Mt of Talkies
Wkllr Uraa.VilMa I osabiae
Are (iwm.liorlns; sad Will
Make Far l lr Later.
(From a Siuft iWre-rmlenl )
LINCOLN. Vfl li.-iSvclU-The pell
tliii cf W. .1. mvun i.' have hs name
I'lacM on (lie primary l-.il?t a candi
date for tlelrs.itr-u-l.ri' to ir-e democrat
national rmvrntvn was fll-d with the
svi1iii.v of tnt toduy.
It i a dull,; d ..Mim ul :i:i.l l saul to
rnninin nu n- i!um s.fl" name-, though
only f..l aie re-lidred. A fllwl Johnson
county leailK tiie lit In uolru of preed
er..e. tliouali 1,'in.iM.r loads :-t numira.
Hied at the same titneand I' the "me
party was a nc'.H.on a.-klng that Frank
J. Taylor me plai-ed on (he tKki t as can
didate for diUwto from (he S'lXth i'oii
Kiesnlonal duurnt. Th's fllina ! i-X-pevicd
(o open the fight- in earnest within
the democratic ranks, in cunnw tlon with
which It may c remarked the Harmon
people have bri-n (lie mol conrpU-uous up
(o (lie present.
A( (he meeting of (lie f(a(e committee
at Columbus the Ohio man's supporters
wero the only ones doing any amount of
talking, while the Bryan-Wilton cont
inuation was .Imply giving an lmta(lon
or Itrer Rabbit, lying-low.
SHsaraua Will Accept.
Rdward I'. Simmons, who has already
(lied as a democrat for' railway commis
sioner, loday filed an acceptance ct a
populist petition for the same office. He
has sent out a letter setting for(n nu
position on national questions lo which
he attached a letter previously Issued to
the democrats giving his-views on hit
qualific ations fur railway commissioner.
Taylor Is Be Candidate.
11. G. Taylor of Central City, member
of the last Icul.lalure and editor of the
Central City Nonpareil, has notified his
friends that ho has decided to become a
candidate for railroad commissioner and
will file for Ihe primary on (he repub
P. I.. Hall Files.
P. L Hall of Lincoln today fljed his
petition asking to go on the primary bal
lot as a candidate for democratic na
tlonal committeeman. There were ' S,M
names on the petition, lOOO being required.
Joe C. Cook for ('erreaa.
FREMONT, Neb , Feb. 10 -(8peclsl Tel
egram.) Joe C. Cook of this city (his
afternoon filed for (he republican nom
ination of the Third congressional dis
trict. He Is serving his second term as
county attorney of Dodge county and
has been practicing law bexo for fifteen
J'esrs. . . ., . - '
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MRS. CUNORC BARRCTTfe.ussW --. v .r..-Mt
feruna a Famllj Necessity
RETURNED AT ALLIANCE
ALLIANCB, Neb.. Pah. 10.-(Bnedal.-
Return waa made today of five (ndlot
ments made by .the grand Jury at (he
recent session, (he parties indicted ssch
giving cash bonds to appear at ths next
term of district court as follows:
T. M. Lswler for perjury.
William King for bribery and corruption
of city police.
F. K. Hamblln for selling milk from a
J. B. Hunsacker, ohlet of police, on
several counts or extortion Irom lewd
houses snd gambling places.
Floyd Donovan, city marshal, for ex
tortion from keepers of lewd houses.
There are rumors of other sensational
Indictments which are . net yet mads
Mrs. Elinors Barrett. 110 South Lin
coln St.. Roolnaon, Illinois, writes: "I
Just want to ten you wnat a wonoerrui resperti.
n.tdlclne I 'tare found Peruns, to be in personal test snd
my family. 1 have used It for years, from the icsttrnony
snd I am sure It hss saved ma many of many others I
nd mane a doctor bill. shsll not .lesltate
"I first used It myself and found It
cured ma Then my little girl was cured
f a dreadful case of catarrh of the
"I always have a bottle of Peruna In
my house, as I think It a real necessity
whers there is a family."
"And to (peak from ths standpoint of
experience I ran candidly say that It Is
the rVmedy for Interna! Catarrh (as 1
am one of Ihe mnny. unfortunates In (hla
to recommend It,
especially to alt suffering women:
Peruna has gained full confidence
and a permanent stay in our home."
Colds and Catarrh
Mra M. f. Jones, Burning Bprlnga,
Ky , writes: "We have been using; Pa-
rtina for some time, and hare no hesl
tancy In recommending II for tho one
thoussnd and one' ailments of humanity.
Ko family nhidld ever hs wtthout II, for
It Is an unfailing euro for eolds and It Is
an excellent remedy to prevent snd rs
llsvs croup. '
I '.,...- '
Catarrh for Years Peruna Relieve.
Mrs. Alice Bogle, 0l Clinton St. Clr-
clevllle. Ohio, writes: "I want to inform
you what Peruna has done for nie.
"I have been afflicted with catarrh
for several veers. I have tried different
medicines and none seemed to dtt me any
good until I used Peruna. I have taken
six bottles and can praise It very highly
for ths good :r has dons n..
"I also f lad It of (rest benefit to my
FUNERAL OF MRS. MILLIKEN
AND DAUGHTER AT WYMORE
WTMORE. Neb.. Feb. 10.-(Speclsl.)-Ths
funeral of Mrs. IT. R. Mllllken' and -ye:u--old
daughter, Phoebe, who wars
killed by a Rock Island train, at Lincoln,
Monday, waa held hero yesterday after
noon. The Mllllken family lived in Wy
more for a number of years. They moved
from here to near Lincoln about three
yesrs sgo. Mr. Mllllken and four chil
dren returned to Lincoln today.
Good Seed Cora at Cos ad.
COZAD, Neb.. Feb., lo.- Special. )-Bev-eral
thousand bushels of seed corn that
teats about M per cent has bean found
In this locality and has been placed on
sals to ths farmers through ths local Im
plement dealers here.
NEBRASKA CITY, Neb.. Feb. lu.-(Spe.
del.) John Joseph Gress, youngest son of
Mrs. Raymond Gress, one of tho leading
land owners In the county, and Miss Ger
trude Welter were united in marriage at
the St. Benedict Catholic church this
mornlr.E. After the ceremony they were
given- a reception at 'the home of the
. John Dirks of Sterling snd Miss Minnie
Zulke were married today at the home of
tho bride's parenta near Douglas. The
young -people will make their home at
Robert Owen Davis and Miss Estelle
Srfakenhoits, two popular young people of
Julian, were married at noon today at
the home of Mr. snd Mrs. John Maag.
The young, peorle will settle down on a
farm belonging to the groom.
Peculiar-" AeeHewt 1 Cosad Mas.
COZAD. Neb.. Feb. 10. tSpecial.)-A
peculiar accident hr;ned recently to
a farmer named' VrakQ.uislej-, who lives
ic'.ir miles west of here" Friday afternoon,
while liiiins bay. he was seised with a
errliiu l ain. In U10 lcwcr part of his ab
ciooK !. A physician was summoned and
Ly examination found that the man had
swallowed a piece of pork rib about ttvo4
and ont-Laif inches Ion, which had made
Its way painlessly to the lower part of
his bowels and there had turned cross
ways and lodged fast. The rhysidan was
able to remove the bone and the man suf
ferel no later inconvenience.
(Its Lets Brldg-e Contract.
NEBRASKA CITV. Neb.. Feb. W.-Spe-cia!.)
The H. T. Ward Constriction com
pany cf TccJmseh have bn aw-irde-1
the rio contract for t!i is county for
the ens iins year. The price Is the lowest
the county has been able to get In years.
Ther arc to area forty-feet steel spaa
superstructures complete for 9 per lineal
foot.' and 100-feet spans for RUO-per
ELK'S TOOTH EMBEDDED
IN TREE TWO FEET THICK
NEBRASKA CITY. Neb.. February W.-
(Speclal.) Frank Mutton, while splitting
some wood a few days'ago, made a queer
find. It was an elk s tooth, perfert In
every respect, and had . a hole therein,
showing it had been worn by an Indian or
someone many years' ago. It was imbed
ded near llie "center of a stick of wood
over two feet in ..thickness, which had
been tho main body of an oak tree. The
tooth is as fresh looking as when It wss
either shot or tell into the fork of a trse
and ti e- tree being young, grew around
and protected -It all of these years. 'The
tree shows,.- according to the rings and
marks, to be over fifty years of sge. .
Fsaeral of H. C. ChareklU.
SWEDEBURG, Neb.. Feb. l.-(Special.)
The funeral of Henry Clay Cnurchhitl.
who died at his home. 2T30 Ruggies street,
Omsha. was held Friday at the Pleasant
Hiil Methodist Episcopal church near I
Swedeburg. near which he had resided
for nearly forty years, up to his removal
to Omasa hurt October. He was aged 7?
years and was a member of the Grand
Army of the Republic post at Ashland. 1
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Health and Beauty Advice
BT MRU. MAR MARTTN.
Ada T.: Avoid all complexion creams
which contain oil. as ther make the skin
shiny and cause hair to (row on the lace.
By stlrrlns I tesspoonfuls glycerine snd
one ounce almosein Into spirit cold
water yon have a matchless cream-jelly
for eleanng. softening and whitening the
skin. It Is unsurpassed (or cleaning the
complexion and making It smooth and
youthful looking. I'se this morning snd
night and you need have no worry about
ths wsr your face will look.
front the hair roots. Your hair becomes
stringy and unmanageable in a few days
and you wonder why. Let soap sham
poos alone and uss a teaspoonful of can-
throx dissolved In a cup ot hot water for
your shampoo. If you want your hair to
dry evenly and . quickly without stress
ing. Canthrox makeksk ths hslr very
fluffy and bright, and gives to the scalp
a feeling of pleasing freshness. You will
not catch cold if you s ram poo with can
throx and will find it makes your hair
look so very nice.
Mrs. P. B : Weight reduction Is a very
simple matter. These old-fashioned theo
ries of violent exercises snd starvstlon
are all nonsense, snd st the best furnish
only temporary relief. To take off fat.
use this remedy: Dissolve 4 ounces of
parnotis In It pints hot water and take
a tablespoontul belore meals This lim
ine, liar m leas remedy works wonders
where many of the "sure cures" fall. It
leaves the akia smooth and firm.
W. A. B.: Only healthy scalps produce
beautiful, abundant hair. You must keep
your scalp clean by shampooing as ottemdoss herself
necessary, ine lo.iowing ionic win powder Is only
J. tl. S.: Cutting the .hairs only makes
therrr come in heavier. Oct an original
package of delatone and with a little ot
the. powder mix enough water to form a
paste. Put this on Ihe hairy surface and
alter two or three minutes rub off. wash,
the skin snd every trace of hair will have
vanished. Druggists charge a dollar an
ounce lor delatune, but it never falls to
do the work.
prove an unfailing remedy fnr dandruff,
Itching scalp and falling hair, tfur one
ounce of quinsotn Into H-Pint alcohol,
then add H-pint cold water. Rub thia
tonic into the scalp about twice a week.
It will do wonders for your diseased
scalp and make your thin, atraggly hair
thick, long and beautiful. .
Mrs. V. O.: The woman who usee face
powder not only Is behind the times, but
personal Injury, race
mockery ox Beauty,
Elsie 8.: That sickly look you have,
besides your loss of energy snd run-down
condition, are due to a sliifCKnh, impure
blood. Incident to the winter months.
Thia Is verv common, but is easily over-
come by taking . before meals a tabie
spoonful of this simple system tonic: In
j H-pint alcohol dissolve one ounce kar
dene. adding H-eup sugar and hot water
! to make a quart. This Is a wonderful
i blood Durlfler and strenrth-restorlmt
tonic There Is nothing like it for giving
one rich, . red blood, energy and good
Belle: The reason your hair looks so
dull and faded and Is so hard to arrange
Is that you have made the usual mistake
of sriarnpoolng with soap. Any woman
who uses soan shampoos cannot expect
to have beautiful hair. It may clean the
helr but .does -sot remove, the pore-dirt
It clogs the skin pores, causing wrinkles
and other complexion Ills. Te havs m
perfect complexion, use a good lotion
such ss the following: Dissolve 4 ounce
ot spurroax in Vpint witch hasei (or
hot water), adding teaspoonruis gly
cerine. This lotion gives the skin a de
cidedly refined look -of velvety smooth
ness, it removes tne shine, immediately
corrects sallow, freckled complexlona sn4
does not come off In the wind like pow
der does or rub off easily when a veil
worn. This lotion Is a splendid Deautioee
and skin whltener.
ft f Tea. no factor la mors ImDer-
tant in a beautiful face than bright, dear,
youthful eyes. . You should use a goo
eye tonic. Uet an ounce 01 erystes. dis
solve it in a Dint of water and use twe
or three drops in each eye dally. It will
clear and strengthen your eyes, remove
all signs of weakness and Inf.ammatiosi
and make them brisht and sparkling.
For weak. dull, expressionless eyee X
think thle tonic simply wonderful. It la
very soothing, and la fine for those whs
wear glasses. - f
Read Mrs. Martya's - book. "Beaoty.
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