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TTTT! MOTCNTNO OT?EROTAN; WEDNESDAY. XOVE3IBER 4. lOl
BOTH ARMIES LOSE
HEAVILY AT ROYE
Berlin Says Severe Fighting
West of City Fails to
. Alter Situation.
FLOODED AREA EVACUATED
Water Is as High as Men South of
NJeuport, Says Dispatch Many
Prisoners Are Taken In
Attacks on Xpres.
AMSTERDAM, via London, Nov. 3.
The following official dispatch issued
In Berlin has been received here:
"A telegram from general headquar
tera dated November 3 at noon says
that inundations south of Nieuport
prevent all operations In this part of
"The water in places is as high as a
full-grown man. Our troops have
evacuated the inundated districts with,
out Ioes of men, horses or guns.
Many Englishmen Captured.
"Our attacks on Ypres are progress.
Jng. More than 2300 men, mostly Eng
lish, have been captured and also sey.
era! machine guns.
"West of Roye severe righting has
enemy lost 30,000 men, of whom 10,000 !
Our troops have delivered attacks
between Dixmude and Noordschoote.
Between Dixmude. Dixschoote and
Zoonebeke the situation is unchanged.
"After violent fighting between
Zoonebeke and the Lys the allies main
tained their positions except in the en
virons of Masslnes, and at 1 o'clock
Monday afternoon successfully resumed
the offensive. To the south of the
River Lys no important fighting is reported."
PARIS. Nov. 3 The following Bel
gian official communication, dated No
vember 2, was given out here tonight:
'On the front of the Thirteenth Re
serve Army Corps the allied troops to
day directed a vigorous offensive. They
came out at the same time from Dix
mude, Knocke and Noordschoote. Be
tween Dixschoote and Zoonebeke the
situation remains unchanged. The last
two villages are occupied by the allied
"Th Thirty-seventh Landwehr Bri
gade Is signalled between Poelcapelle
and Zonnebeke. Further south the
Twenty-seventh Reserve Army Corps
occupies Becelaere and Gheluvelt. On
its left are the Sixth Bavarian Reserve
Division of the Fifteenth Army Corps,
which stretches out towards Hollebeke.
'Between this village and Warneton
are the Sixth Bavarian Army Corps and
the Twenty-sixth Infantry Division of
the Thirteenth Corps."
IS IH EASI
Wadsworth and Whitman Get
New York; Penrose Carries
SALEM ELECTS WHITE
MEMBER OF SALEM CITY COUNCIL.
IS CHOSEN MAYOR.
Charles F. Elgin Is Re-elected to Office
of City Recorder Two Will Com
pete for Marsnalship.
SALEM, Or., Nov. 8. (Special.)
Harley O. White, member of the Salem
School Board anH of the board of
taken place wlthgreat losses on both I g-overnors of the Salem Commercial
ernes, dui me situation is uncnangeu. club, is the caDltal citv's next Mayor.
In the village fight we lost several ComDlete returns of Yesterday's elec-
hundred in missing and two cannon. I tion cave Mr. White a majority over
Kjur aiiacni un Aisne, cam ounuuiia. j. K Jonas of 1306. Mr. Jones. Is
are successful, despite obstinate resist- memher of th C.itv Council. The sue-
ance. Our troops have occupied several cessf ul aspirant is a member of the
strongly lorimea positions ueyona f irm 0f i. a. White & Sons, commis-
Chavonne and Souplr, capturing more 8ion merchants. Mr. White will suc-
than 1000 French, three cannon ana I Ceed Dr B. L. Steeves. who has been
Mayor two years.
Charles F. Elgin
four machine guns.
French Attacks Repulsed.
"Near the catneoral in Solssons the
French have posted a heavy battery
and made the steeple an observation
"Between Verdun and Toul several
French attacks have been repulsed.
Troops of French soldiers wore Ger
man overcoats and helmets.
"In the Vosges, near Markinch,
present City Re
corder, was re-elected by a small ma
jority, the vote being: Elgin, 1904; Earl
Race. 1779. Frank Shedeck, present
City Marshal, received the highest vote
for that of rice, and J. T. Walsh, ex.
policeman, was second. Shedeck re
ceived 1266 and Welsh 798. Because of
the numerous candidates Shedeck did
not receive a majority of votes and
ho and Welsh will be the candidates
French attack was repulsed and our at tne cUy electlon in December. John
troops began a counter attack.
F. Davis received 1252 votes for City
... ., . , , , A . .1 V
In tne east tne operations are sun i -, . r, r t mi Th.v
In a state of evolution and there has also wm bJ the candiaate8 at the De-
Deen no Ilgnung. umhor olertlnn.
"The KUBsian iirst oioenan army i T . n. oiarmnn
corps, on November 1. used civilians as ox'T F B Southwick, incumbent, in
breastworas wniie Destroying Ward 1. his majority being 42: J. A.
bridge. 1 Mills was elected in the second ward
I over J. W. Becklev by a majority of
ALLIES ADVANCE ALONG TlSER 171; W. H. Cook had no opposition in
the third ward; A. B. Hudleson had no
opposition in the fourth ward; Ulen
E. Unruth was elected in the fifth ward
over E. C. Minton, incumbent; E. W,
Wallace was elected in the sixth ward
over C. Van Patten by a majority of
131 and B. W. Macy was re-elected in
the seventh ward.
German Positions on Left Bank of
River Are Abandoned.
PARIS. Nov. 3. The following of
ficial communication was issued to
"The only advices received concern
Vailly, where we have retaken the WALSH CARRIES BAY STATE
farm of Metz, in the region of Tour-de- "
Paris-Saint Hubert and the Argonne, Democrats Appear Likely to Lose
where a German attack has oeen re-1
pulsed, and we have gained some Other Places on State Ticket.
crnimH " I
The earlier official report said: BOSTON, Nov. 3. Governor Walsh,
"On our left wine the enemv seems Democrat, was leading, according to re-
to hive p(imnlllv abandoned the left I turns from upwards of three-quarters
of the bank of the Yser. down stream of the state, in today's election, but it
from Dixmude, and reconnaissances by was uncertain whetner the Democrats
troops of the allies undertaken on the had been able again to procure the
highways in the inundated regions other places on the state ticket. Figures
were successful in reoccupylng points at hana ror ueuienaaiucnernor B.v
r r.-.- Qrom. ths rivir without I to Grafton D. Cushlng, Republican. 1
I xlicrht lend over his Democratic oppo
"To the south of Dixmude and in the nent. Lieutenant-Governor Barry, with
the probability of winning by a small
narttcularlv perceptible. margin if the same ratio of increase
"In the region to the north of the was shown.
Lys, in spite of determined attacks by The smallness of the Progressive vote
. , i n.M..hi. , t which last year gave the party second
. ,v, ii j place In the state, was a feature of the
' " ' """"'a-""U I ., T ooll nn,T.. h.
re-established by the end of the day.
Fresh attacks by th. G.. on Progressive vote for the head of the
the environs of Arras and against Ll-
hons and Le Quesnoy-en-Santerre re-
tlcket fell off from 50 to 75 per cent..
the first 886 election districts
eulted in failures. Y" ,
On the center, in the region of the rt Tin for
Charles S. Bird, who headed the ticket
Aisne, to the east of the Forest of
Aigue, we have made some progress.
To the east of Vailly, according to the
latest news, those of our troops who
held, the positions on the slopes of the
plateaus to the north of the villages
of Chavonne and Souhir, had been com
pelled to draw back into the valley to
the east of this location. 'We have
a year ago.
Congressional figures were slow in
coming in. Early returns indicated lit.
tie change in the complexion 01 tne
Massachusetts delegation. Allen
Treadway in the First district; Fred
erick H- Glllett in the Second; Calvin
D. Paige in the Third; A. P. Gardner
maintained our positions at Amont. on in" the slxth. and William S. Greene i
..mu . "v1- the Fifteenth, all Republicans, were re
tauugnsuiug aur- elected by subtsantlal majorities,
ing the day between Rhelms and the 1
Meuse. as well as on the heights of COLORADO REPUBLICANS LEAD
State Chairman Claims Election ol
Governor by 2 5,0 00
DENVER, Nov. 3. The headless bal
"Further efforts on the part of the
Germans in the Forest of Argonne have
"We have continued to make progress
to the northwest of Pont-a-Mousson.
"On our right wing there have been lot was used today by Colorado electors
some engagements favortble to our ( In balloting for United States Senator,
arms along the River Kp.illn " I four ReDresentatives in Congress, and
a complete list of state ana legislative
lTOTTVlTFr T A T." ttt ra?nrvoTi-K officers. As a result the count was
LLIN0IS RESULT CLOSE
Uncle Joe" Cannon and Other For
mer Leaders Retnrned Progres
sive Vote Slumps Heavily
Except in California.
(Continued From First Page.)
Gifford Pinchot, Progressive. was
Senators re-elected as the result of
hard battles were Frank Brandegee,
Republican, of Connecticut, who was
opposed by Governor Simeon E. Bald
win; Albert B. Cummins, Republican,
of Iowa, who defeated Representative
Connolly; John Walter Smith, Demo
crat, of Maryland; William J. Stone,
Democrat, of Missouri; Jacob H. Gal-
llnirer. Republican, of New Hampshire,
who was opposed "by Representative
Democratic Senators in the South
were re-elected without difficulty, new
Senators from Southern states chosen
being Representative Oscar W. Under
wood, of Alabama, and Representative
Thomas W. Hardwick, of Georgia.
Ex-Governor J. C. W. Breckham, Dera
ocrat. of Kentucky, was chosen for the
Francis E4 McGovern. Republican,
was elected, according to early returns.
to succeed Senator Stephenson, Repub
lican, from Wisconsin.
Former Leaders Returned.
The triumph of ex-Speaker Cannon,
Republican, over Frank T. O'Hair; for
Representative in the Eighteenth Illi
nots District, also seemed certain.
Other Illinois Republicans who were
turned out of the House in the last
Democratic landslide, who will., be re
turned to Congress, were William B.
McKinley, Charles E. Fuller and John
A. Sterling. Republicans also made
gains in New York, Oscar W. Swift
defeating Representative James H.
O'Brien in the Ninth District; Rollin
B. Sanford, defeating Representative
Peter G. Teneyck; Walter W. McGee,
succeeding to the seat of Representa.
tive Clancy, while R. L. Haskell, Re.
I Power I
These two desirables are
usually found in the posses
sion of men who realize the
value of a good appearance
and who dress accordingly.
are made for just such men.
The time to act is now.
Come see me.
$20 to $40
Morrison at Fourth
Ferris 32,924: Osborn. 26.136. and H. R.
Pattenglll (Prog.), 6955.
Osborn followers counted on a big
majority In the upper peninsula.
itie progressive vote was falling
below that cast in 1912. Frank E.
publican, was elected in the Tenth Dls- lSamuel V. Beakes, in the second, the
two Michigan Democratic Representa.
tives in Congress seeking re-election,
were in the lead in the early returns.
INDHNA REPUBLICAN IN LEAD
Snively's Friends, However, Say Re
Will Win for Senate.
IN0IANAPOLia Nov. 8. While Mil-
The defeat of Representative Kor-
bly. Democrat, of Indiana, by Merrill
Moore, also marked the general trend
of Republican gains throughout the
Sereno E. Payne Re-Elected.
Sereno E. Payne (Rep.), of New Tork,
one of the oldest members of the
House in point of service, was re
elected without difficulty.
Election of state officers resulted in ler "epuoncan. naa a slight lead over
a few turn-overs.- In New York Gov-1 oniveiy, Democrat, ior united states
ernor Glynn, the Democratic candidate Senator, in 192 of 3171 precincts in the
for re-election, was defeated decisively I state. Shively's friends say their man
bv District Attorney Whitman. Renub- will win with a majority of 30,000.
lican. Frederick M. Davenport, Progres-I iti0 Republicans made a clean sweep
slve nominee, in support of whose can- m tnis, jaarion county, juuier. ttepub-
didacy ex-President Roosevelt devoted lican candidate for Senator, leading
most -of the camDalEn. was left far in 1 senaior oniveiy uy Many .uuu votes.
the rear, his vote being exceeded by I Representative Korbly, Democrat,
that of William Sulzer, who was do- was defeated by Merrill Moors, Repub-
Posed as Governor last year. lican, Dy aooui ouuu votes.
In Tennessee also a change of nirtv Jne nunarea ana ninety-three pre.
control was indicated. Early returns cincts gave for United States Senator:
pointed to the defeat of Governor nepuoiican, Z9.sz; snively,
Hooper, the Republican incumbent, by democrat, a,o. iievereage, Progres
Thomas Rye. Democrat. Bive,
. Defeat of woman suffrage in Mis
souri and North Dakota and prohibl
tion in Arizona and Ohio was indi
In Ohio the prohibition issue was
uppermost In Cleveland and Dayton
the "wets" were victorious by large
Republican State Tickets Helped.
The increased Republican vote af
fected the results in several state con-
NEWLANDS' SEAT IN DANGER
Republican Nominee for Senator Has
Slight Lead in Returns.
CARSON, Nev., Nov. 3. Incomplete
returns from 10 01 the 16 counties in
Nevada indicate that Francis G. New
lands, who has represented this state
in the United States Senate since 1933,
i:,r t? v u' , . . will save his seat in the upper house
coTorado, :;Bi hr&s N,a""ai,rer by tho nar-
feated In today's election. Returns
Governors, elected Republicans. ' In
complete returns from Kansas, now un
der Democratic administration, showed
that the Republican ticket was In the
lead, and in Oklahoma the election of
the Democratic candidate was not as
In a few instances there were Dem
ocratic gains. In Minnesota. Idaho and
Tennessee, which have Republican Gov
ernors, and Nevada, with a Progres
sive, Democratic candidates were in
the lead at a late hour. Ohio was still
In doubt, with the Democratic incum
bent. Governor Cox, in the lead.
in uamornia tnere was an excep
tion to the Progressive slump. Such
returns as were at hand from that
state indicated a landslide for Govr
Action Follows German Withdrawal total of 1454 in 11 counties of the state.
wr, , I These meager returns, which Included
x 1 u'" ,u"i 01 xnxmuae. 68 of 193 election precincts in Denver,
WASHINGTON, Nov. 3. Foreign of- Sve George A. Carlson (Rep.) a lead
fice dispatches to the French Embassy of 6868 ,n his race for Governor over
today supplemented the account' of the ex-United States Senator Patterson.
German withdrawal from the south of Returns from the same precincts on
from 58 out of the 240 preincts in the
state give Samuel Piatt (Rep.) a mar
gin of nearly 200 votes over Newlands.
Governor Oddie (Rep.) leads Emmet
Boyle iDem.) by about the same mar
WISCONSIN ELECTS REPUBLICAN
Emmanuel Philipp Wins In Contest
MILWAUKEE, Nov. 3. Emmanuel
Philipp, Rep., of Milwaukee, toda,y de
feated Judge John C. Karel. Dun., of
Milwaukee, in the race for Governor of
Wisconsin by a plurality estimated con
nor Johnson, the Proerennlvn niiitv. servatively at 25.000.
. . - 1 I rr v. .1 i .. . it ,
wno was up ior re-election. I tomiMfcn, as uum wiaeiy scat-
Woman suffrage aooarentlv ta-rA 111 tereo returns.
at the hands of tha it,r. in nhin The vote for John J. Blaine. Ind.
slow and at 9:30 tonight reports had North Dakota and Missouri suffrage candidate for Governor, is decidedly
oeeen receiveu umj uiui av 1 amendments appeared to have been "
oeaien aeciBlveiv. 1 iwyuwuuau, iui ind unuea
State-wide prohibition was beaten in stalea senator, is leading ousting, Dem-
Ohio, but in Colorado the early vote ocrat, according to scattered returns in
was in tavor 01 it.
Uixmude with the statement that "at
the end of the day we took up the of
lensive on our side.
to tne war oirice accounts of the
repulse of the German attacks in the
Argonne districts, the
the statewide prohibition amendment
stood: For 9016, against 7664.
Estimates placed the total vote cast
at between 200,000 and 240,000.
At 10 o'clock Philip Stewart, Repub-
dispatches I lican state chairman, issued a state
ment cralming tne election 01 uanson
"Oth er attacks of the enemy at I by 25,000. He asserted that tho entire
tempted against our forces holding the I state ticket and probably the entire
right bank of the Aisne before Bourg I Congressional ticket would be carried
ana uomin, were unsuccessful. " by the itepuDilcans,
LONDON, Nov. 3. "Heavy fighting l TC Tv- ,RI7nv,
is reported today along the Yser, ap- "ETS ARE AHEAD IN ARIZONA
parently to cover the movements of
large bodies of troops in a southerly Republican Candidate for Governor
direction, says a .notieraam dispatch , , . .
to the Times. I Shows Well In -Early Count,
iuo Germans, witn ammunition PHOENIX. Ariz., Nov. 3. Partial re
wagons and guns, marched from Bruscesl r t Af th. i; ti i
to Courtrat today, the correspondent the state Indicate the defeat of prohi
contlnues, and there is pronounced bltlon. Ralph Cameron. Republican
. Ji J TiL r.Jv . tirmtn; Itk candidate for Gover nor, showed well in
were Killed by a bomb dropped at
'Jhielt. 15 miles southeast of Bruges.
"Following the fierce attack against
the British along the Yser, the German
main force is evidently making a
desperate effort to break through to
Calais by a more southerly route."
BELGIAN'S SAY FOES RETREAT
Germans Abandon Their Dead and
Wounded on Way East.
HAVRE, Nov. 3 (via Paris.) An of
ficial communication given out by the
Belgian General Staff and dated No
vember 2. 9:15 P. M., says:
"The enemy has fallen back toward
the east, abandoning his dead and
"Our troops are holding the posi
tions occupied yesterday.
"Our advance forces, which moved
toward the Yser, are finding every
where signs of precipitate retreat.
"A. German officer confesses that the
the early count
Senator Smith (Dem.) and Repre
sentative Hayden (Dem.), were elected.
It will require two or three days to
complete the count of ballots.
Republicans Lead in South Dakota.
PIERRE, S. D.. Nov. 3. Scattering
returns show Burke, Republican, lead
ing for United States Senator. Early
returns indicated liovernor Wanna. Re
publican, had been re-elected In North
Dakota. Purcell, Democrat, for Sen
ator. is running stronger than the
Democratic candidate did . two years
Race Close in New Mexico.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., Nov. 3.
Slowness in returns from today's elec
tion In New Mexico for Representative
In Congress and Corporation Commis
sioner gave no adequate basis for t
prediction of the outcome at 10:30 to.
night. Indications pointed to a close
vote, - . , , .
HARDING LEADING IN OHIO
Early Returns Indicate Prohibition
Issue Is Losing.
CINCINNATI, Nov. 3. Early partial
returns from various precincts through
out the state indicate that the race for
Governor between the Incumbent, James
M. Cox, Democrat, and Frank B. Willis,
with the former slightly in the lead, is
extremely close. James R. Garfield.
Progressive, was conceded early to have
t-artiai returns irom almost every
part 01 tne state or Ohio up to 9 o'clock
indicate that Warren G. Harding. Re
publican, is establishing a substantial
lead over Timothy S. Hogan. Democrat.
and Arthur L. Garford. Progressive, in
the race for United States Senator to
succeed Theodore L. Burton, Republican.
Fifteen precincts in Cuyahoga County
(Cleveland) give prohibition 715, against
1934. Four precincts out of 58 in
Scioto County give prohibition 261.
Four precincts out of 117 in Summit
County: For prohibition 386, against
Wisconsin outside Milwaukee.
1 PENROSE'S PLURALITY HEAVY
Republican Governor Also Indicated
by Pennsylvania Returns,
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 3. Election
of Penrose, Rep., to the United States
Senate from Pennsylvania, by a large
plurality, and also an easy victory for
Brumbaugh, Rep, candidate for Gov
ernor, are indicated by returns from
1242 election districts out of 6727 in the
state. The vote
United States Senator Palmer. Dem
SZ.987; l-mcnot i-rog, 31,831; Penrose,
For Governor Mccormick, Dem.
Prog, 51,349;' Brumbaugh. Rep, 124.
CONNECTICUT IS REPUBLICAN
Early Returns Indicate Landslide
for All Party Candidates.
Today 25 Hoosier Cabinets
will be delivered on the famous Hoosier Plan
For a Single Dollar v
NEW HAVEN. Conn Nov. 8. Re
turns from one-fourth of the towns in
Connecticut Indicate a Republican
sweep. Brandegee, Republican, has
416. In Sandusky County, two precincts I substantial lead over Baldwin, Demo
our of 41 are: For prohibition 100, I crat, for United States Senator. (
against 221. , I Returns from 90 out of 168 towns
In Miami County 16 precincts give:
fromoition 1346, against 1180.
SIICHIGAN CONTEST IS CLOSE
Governor Ferris Has Plurality In
DETROIT, Nov. 3. Fragmentary
returns received up to 10 o'clock to
night bore out the prediction of all
party leaders that the Michigan
gubernatorial contest between Gov
ernor Ferris (Dem.) and ex-Governor
Osborn (Rep.) would be an exciting
Three hundred and fifty-four state
give for Governor: Tlngier, Democrat.
27,494; Holcomb. Republican, 36,624
Fisher, Progressive, 2577.
Indications point to a solid Repub
lican congressional delegation.
Republicans Lead in Vermont.
MONTPELIER, Vt., Nov. 3. Eighty
two election districts give Dillingham,
Rep., for Senator 12,957; Prouty, Dem.
Prog, 8568. The Republican nominee
for Governor. Gates, has a big lead.
. Montana Vote Divided.
HELENA, Mont, Nov. 3. Return
from 167 precincts in the State of Mon
tana give the following: Representa
precincts out f & total ol 2132 gave I tives in Congress Evans, Democrat,
The Hoosier Plan is:
1. One dollar puts any Hoosier you se
lect in your home.
2. One dollar weekly dues quickly pays
3. The low cash price fixed by the fac
tory prevails absolutely.
4. The sale is under direct supervision of
the Hoosier Company.
5. When this allotment is taken, the sale
6. If you are not delighted with your cabi
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You can search the whole world and find nothing that
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These pictures show
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Nearly 700.000 women own Hoosiers. Thousands have enrolled on the dignified Hoosier plan.
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you can grasp the opportunity to benefit by this sale.
For When the Sale Ends
1. The liberal terms of the Hoosier plan
will be withdrawn.
2. You must pay the regular terms on
Hoosiers as on other Furniture.
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Remember the Terms
6974; Stout. Democrat, 3126; Maddox.
Republican. 4617; McCormick. Repub
lican, 5159; Brlnson. Progressive, 70S;
Rankin, Progressive, 1116.
Oklahoma Democrat In Lead.
OKLAHOMA CITT, Nov. 3. One hun
dred and ten out of 620 scattering pre
cincts give for Governor: Williams,
Democrat. 4584; Fields, Republican,
Gallinger Leads for Senate.
CONCORD. Nv-H- Nov. 3. Fifty dis
tricts out of 290 for Senator give: Gal
linsrer. ReDublican. 3637: Stevens. Dem
ocrat, 2906; Greer. Progressive. 14. -ine
BEAUTY DOCTOR TELLS
same districts for Governor give:
pauldlng. Republican. 3910; Noone,
Democrat. 2822; Allison, Progressive.
ltepublicans Dead in Xortli Dakota.
. GRAND FORKS. N. D., Nov. 3. Scat
tering returns from the Second Con
gressional District indicate mat Young,
Rep.. Is re-elected over Weeks. Dem.
Purcess, Dem.. and Gronna. Rep., for
Senator, are neck and neck with only,
a tew returns in.
Champ Clark Re-elected.
MONTGOMERY. Mo., Nov. 3. Early
returns indicate the re-election of
Champ Clark. Democrat, Speaker of the
House, by a majority of from 3000 to
5000 votes. John C. Brown, his Repub
lican opponent, conceded his defeat to
night by from 2000 to 3000 votes.
Detroit Beauty Doctor Gives Simple
Recipe to Darken Gray Hair and
Promote Its Growth.
Miss Alice Whitney, a well-known
beauty doctor of Detroit. Mich., re
cently gve out the following state
ment: "Anyone can prepare a simple
mixture at home, at very little cost,
that will darken gray hair, promote its
growth and make it soft and glossy.
To half a pint of water add 1 ot of
bay rum, a small box of Barbo Com
pound and hi. oz. of glycerine. These
Ingredients can be bought at any drug
store at very little cost. Apply to the
hair twice a week until the desired
shade is obtained. This will make a
Bl nj-unu cu " ' - - "
younger. It is also fine to promote
tne growm 01 uw "" 1 cue . , utums
and scalp diseases, and is excellent for
dandruff and falling hair. Adv.
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