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THE STJTTDAT OREGOXIAN, FOTTCTJSTHJ. ' OCTOBER 24, 191o.
CI1Y, COUNTY UNION
State Senator Day Points Out
to Ad Club Data Regard
is ing Consolidation.
DEMOCRACY IS QUESTIONED
Autocratic and Aristocratic Rale
Found More Efficient and Me
dium Ground Is Advised.
Short BaKot Advocated.
' At the meeting of the Ad Club.
Wednesday, State Senator Day. in a
xormai address discussed consolidation
of city and county governments, and
incident thereto the things that make
for effeclency and economy. Senator
Day s address follows:
"In answer to your query for dls
cusslon today. "Shall we consolidate
the City and County governments?
"The purpose of consolidation would
be primarily to secure greater effi
ciency and economy in the administra
tion of the affairs of the city and coun
ty, which are closely inter-related. Effi
ciency and economy so generally dls-
cussed and frequently unobserved, have
Deen aerineo, Tirst (economy), as man
aerement without loss or waste; second
(efficiency), -producing results by com
petent, energetic and useful activity,
neither slnejj. inactive or incapable.
When used in connection with muni
cipal polity the words are practically
synonymous, inasmuch as economy in
administration requires efficiency and
that which is efficient is necessarily
Democracy Is Questioned.
"In government it is generally
claimed that autocratic or aristocratic
governments are most ' efficient, and
democracies leas efficient. -The ex
treme of democracy represented in the
French revolution exemplified in the
administrations of Robespierre and
Marat has been cited frequently as the
least efficient and most striking exam
ple of democratic misrule, and is hard
ly worthy of being designated as gov
ernment at all. The reaction from the
inefficiency in that case resulted in
the elevation of Napoleon, the pride and
glory of France, to the position of Em
peror, with autocratic powers. It was
the voice of the --oletariat that named
the former; it was the voice from the
cannon's mouth which called Napoleon.
"I do not mean to say that all autoc
racies are more efficient than all dem
ocracies, but it must be conceded that
in any government where the adminis
tration of affairs is in a degree auto
cratic, greater efficiency is the re
sult. A striking exemplification of this
fart is witnessed in the magnificent
efficiency of the German government
ruled by that prince of aristocrats and
autocrats. William II of Germany,
while in democratic Ensland, battling
for the liberty of the world and the
maintenance of democratic principles,
no power of argument or persuasion
has been able to secure such an enlist
ment as will place its army upon a
footing to give promise of success.
"I do not wish to be understood as
advocating- an autocracy nor- do- I- be
lieve In a pure democracy, but I am
firm In the belief that somewhere be
tween the extremes of the autocratic
and democratic will be evolved - a
scheme of government Insuring . to all
the essential rights of democratic gov
ernment, together with that efficiency
which will produce a nation wherein
the greatest good to the greatest num
ber will be accomplished, a nation that
will be neither too proud to fight nor
too strong to work.
All Classes JLnpIre to Office.
"The potential forces called into ex
istence at the dawn of creation operat
ing through countless ages have pro
duced many people and many govern
ments, from which I deduce the con
clusion that the form of government
under which any people live is, in the
economy of things, that form best fit
ted to their environment.
"This . conclusion, however, does not
presuppose that In the process of de
velopment they may not reach a form
of government wherein all the bless
ings of civil and religious liberty may
jet be attained.
"In a representative form of govern
ment, where the electorate ranges from
the highest to the lowest, intellectual
ly, physically, morally and socially, un
der the law of averages the best repre
sentation to be obtained in govern
mental affairs will be average men ex
cept in times of stress, when extremes
may be reuched. In normal times men
of all degrees of fitness and unfitness
will present themselves as aspirants
Voters Are Confused.
"In the selection of the fittest for
office much confusion Is present In
the minds of the voters by reason of
the large number of places to be filled,
necessitating a knowledge of individ
uals entirely impracticable. Some rem
eny for this condition is earnestly
sought by all true friends of represen
"One suggestion perhaps entlrelv im
practicable is that all candidates should
pass a civil service examination to es
tablish their fitness for office. I am
satisfied that this method would ef
fectually exclude 90 per cent of the as
"It Is a lamentable fact that men
present themselves as candidates for
Important administrative positions who
would be unable to qualify as sub
ordlnates under civil service rules for
the most ordinary positions. I do not
believe I am disclosing any state secret
when I tell you there is hardly a de
partment of the National, state or city
government, the proper administration
of which is not dependent upon the
knowledge, experience and ability cf
"Under our present system of nomi
nations majoritv candidates are rarely
selected, with the result that men of
mediocre ability, representative of no
leading principles or ideas, are gen
erally selected as compromise candi
dates. 2 do not wish to be understood
as opposing the direct primary, which
I unreservedly approve and indorse
' but it must be apparent that soma eys
tern should be evolved whereby we can
recurs officials who are capable and
trustworthy. It is not enough that we
can recall an official who is incapable
Short Ballot Is Sugceated.
"There are apparently two methods
available: one the nomination or rec
ommendation of candidates to the elec
torate either by convention, assembly
or public meeting, all of which involves
the participation of those who desire
and the other the adoption of the short
ballot, whereunder the number of elec
tive officers is reduced to a minimum.
s-ach officers to be vested practically
with autocratic power. Under the pres
ent system, with its multiplicity of can
didates, the voters are of necessity de
pendent upon the press for the in
formation requisite to proper selection
Of candidates. This policy if continued
must eventuate in newspaper govern
ment. signs of which have been appar
ent for some time.
"There are classes of officers whose
duties' require technical skill, special
knowledge and wide experience. Such
officers should be appointed and not
elected, it Is thoroughly well Known
and understood that the qualities which
beget popularity are not the qualities
which stand for efficiency. Engineers,
accountants, legal advisers and peace
officers are among those wno migni
properly be named.
Assembly Does Not Interfere.
"Much has been said in derision of
the assembly, but I submit to you that
there is nothing in connection there
with which necessarily interferes in
any degree with the exercise of the di
"At present under the direct primary
many candidates are selected at con
ferences and by influences which are
neither responsible nor responsive to
:b alactorate. and on this matter per
mit me to quota from article 1 of the
constitution of Oregon, section zs:
" 'No law shall be passed restraining
any of the Inhabitants of the state from
assembling together In a peaceable
manner to consult for the common gooa,
nor from instructing their representa
tives nor from applying to the Legisla
ture for redress of grievances.'
"Getting back to the question of con
solidation, I respectfully call your at
tention to article 15, of the constitu
tion, section 6, which reads as follows:
" 'No county shall be reduced to an
area of less than 400 square miles, nor
shall anv new county be established in
this state containing a less area nor
unless such new county shall contain
a population of at least 1200 inhabi
Area Is First Question.
"And thereunder the first question
to be considered is what shall be the
area of such consolidated county. Shall
the limits of the area be coterminus
with the county or with the city? If
it be determined that tne limits De
cpterminus with the city it will ne
cessitate the creation of an additional
county, involving an amendment to the
section of the constitution last quoted.
In the creation of a new county, new
buildings, salaries and institutions will
be required, the expense of which will
effectually eliminate this proposition
upon the score of economy alone. If it
be determined that the limits of the
consolidated governments shall be co-
terminus with the county, it will in
volve the consent of all incorporated
cities and towns within the County of
Multnomah, which, under the constitu
tion, are upon a parity so far as be
ing vested with power to adopt their
local charters and laws. Gresham,
Troutdale and Fairview have an equal
voice with Portland in answering your
Relative to this proposition, sections
2 and 2 A. of article 11 of the constitu
tion are in point:
'Corporations Formed Under General
Lbit, "Sot Special Municipal Char
ters Enacted Only by People.
" 'Corporations may be formed under
general laws, but shall not be created
by the Legislative Assembly by special
laws. The Legislative Assembly shall
not enact, amend or repeal any char
ter or act of incorporation for any
municipality, city or town. The legal
voters of every city and town are here
by granted power to enact and amend
their municipal charter, subject to the
constitution and criminal laws of the
State of Oregon, and the exclusive
power to license, regulate, control, or
to suppress or prohibit, the sale of in
toxicating liquors therein is vested in
such municipality; but such municipal
ity shall within its limits be subject
to the provisions of the local option
law of the State of Oregon.
"Note The foregoing section was
proposed by initiative petition filed
June 23, 1910, and adopted by vote of
the people, 63,321 for and 50,779 against,
November 8, 1910.
" 'Merging? of Adjoining; Municipalities.
''The Legislative Assembly, or the
people by initiative, may enact a gen
eral law providing a method whereby
an incorporated city or town or munici
pal corporation may surrender its char
ter and be merged into an adjoining
city or town, provided a majority of
the electors of each of the incorporated
cities or towns or municipal corpora
tions affected authorize fhe surrender
or merger, as the case may be.
'Note The foregoing section was
proposed as an amendment by the Leg
islative Assembly (H. J. R. No. 10),
filed in the office of the Secretary of
State, February 26, 1913. and adopted
by vote of the people, 96.116 for and
77,671 against, November 3, 1914.'
State Consent Necessary.
"In addition to the consent of other
municipalities within the County of
Aiuitnoman. tne consent or the state to
the amendment of various constitu
tional provisions will also be necessary.
The following have a direct bearing
upon the subject under discussion,
Article 6 County Officers.
" 'There shall be elected in each coun
ty, by the qualified electors thereof at
the time of holding general elections, a
County Clerk, Treasurer. Sheriff, Coro
ner and Surveyor, who shall severally
hold their offices for the terms of two
Article 7 County Judge and Terms of
' 'There shall be elected in each coun
ty, for the term of four years, a Coun
ty Judge, who shall hold the County
Court at times to be regulated by law.
Jurisdiction of County Courts County
" 'The County Court shall have the
jurisdiction pertaining to . probate
courts and boards of county commis
sioners, and such other powers and
FORMER PORTLAND RABBI AX-
IMOlCES VISIT NOVKMUKR 26.
r 1? '1
Dr. Stephen S. Wise, formerly of
Portland, is coming from New York and
will ba in this city November 28 for a
visit of two days. "While here he will
deliver two lectures in behalf of the
Zionist movement and Palestine. His
present trip 1b a tour of the Pacific
Coast, under the auspices of the pro
visional executive committee of the
Zionist movement and the Federation
of American Zionists, of which he is
vice-chairman. Louis J. Brandeis Is
The tour in the West is for -the pur
pose of arousing interest among the
Jews of this district in the Zionist
moven:ent and in the people and coun
try of Palestine, where Rabbi Wise
traveled extensively in 1913.
The telegram announcing- his visit
was received a few days ago and a local
committee will arrange for his recep
tion. Rabbi Wise is accompanied on the
trip by Mrs. Wise. While here he will
probably appear at the Temple Beth
Israel, where he was rabbi for a num
ber of years.
Vk :v -r
The Winter- Fashions Are
The New Bolero Vestee
fashion's latest craze. Shown at the Emporium first. It's the very
style they are wearing on Fifth avenue, New York.
Made of good quality velveteen edged in black braid and lace with
Youll be sure to have one the minute you see the stylish effect they
give. Many stores would sell them for twice this price, considering their
newness. Here tomorrow
The most beautiful and stylish Waists are here. Laces, Georgette Crepes, Crepe
many new styles just received. $10.00 Waists in every respect. Here $6.95.
duties, and such civil jurisdiction not
exceeding the amount of value of 8500,
and such criminal jurisdiction not ex
tending to death or imprisonment in
the penitentiary as may be prescribed
by law. But the Legislative Assembly
may provide for the election of two
Commissioners to sit with the County
Judge whilst transacting county busi
ness in any or all the counties, or may
provide a separate board for transact
ing: such business.
'County Clerk. etc. Legislature
may divide duties of Csmnty Clerk
A County Clerk; shall be elected in
each county, for the term of two years,
who shall keep all the public records,
books and papers of the county, record
conveyances and perform the duties of
clerk of the Circuit and County Courts,
and such other duties as may be pre
scribed by law: but whenever the num
ber of voters in any county shall ex
ceed 1200, the Legislative Assembly
may authorize the election of one person
as clerk of the Circuit Court, one per
son as the clerk of the County Court.
and one person recorder of conveyances.
"'Sheriff A Sheriff shall be elected
in each county for the term of
two years, who shall be the ministerial
officer of the Circuit and County
Courts, and shall perform such other
duties as may be prescribed by law.
" 'Prosecuting Attorney There shall
be elected by districts comprised
of one or more counties, a sufficient
number of Prosecuting Attorneys, who
shall be the law officers of the state,
and of the counties within their respec
tive districts, and shall perform such
duties pertaining- to the administration
of law and general police, as the Legis
lative Assembly may direct.'
Amendments Would Be deeded.
"From a scrutiny thereof it will be
observed that the County Commission
ers. County Clerk, County Treasurer,
Sheriff, Coroner, Surveyor, District At
torney, Justices of the Peace and Coun
ty Court are all constitutional state
officers elected at the time of the gen
eral election and the provisions quoted
relative thereto would all have to be
amended to accomplish consolidation
of the city and county governments.
"The office of Sheriff in English law
is almost coeval with English history.
long antedating modern governments
and In theory and power one of the
highest, most important and dignified
offices under our form of government.
He is the executive arm of the judici
ary, serves its processes and executes
its decrees, and holds in custody all
persons committed to his care by the
courts. He is the. peace officer of the
county, named in the constitution and
charged with the duty at all times of
maintaining the public peace and en
forcing the law. Incident thereto he
can compel the assistance of all citizens
through the power of the posse com!
"It is not apparent to me how this
officer can be either eliminated or sub.
ordinated to any authority other than
the authority of the state itself. It is
not apparent that any economy will be
effected by enlarging the power of the
sheriff to include the management and
control of the police department of the
city, the duties of which are largely
confined to -city affairs, the enforce
ment of municipal ordinances, regula
tion of traffic various Inspections, pa
trol duties and such other duties as
may be directed by city authority, al
though charged with the preservation
of the peace and the apprehension of
Cleric Cosrt Officer Also.
"The County Clerk is an officer of the
courts also, with powers and duties
regulated by constitutional authority.
He is the custodian of all county rec
ords, and a constitutional amendment
would be necessary before consolidation
could be effected.
"The City Auditor performs duties for
the city generally corresponding to
those of the County Clerk. These duties
are best performed by men of long ex
perience and exceptional ability, and
it is Questionable in my mind whether
efficiency would be advanced by tak
ing these duties from those who are
familiar with city affairs and plB.clng
them In the hands of men primarily
charged with- the performance of func
tions relating to state government.
"A county la a political-subdivision
They Are Here in Wonderful Array!
. Note the enthusiasm that is rapidly spreading
among discriminating women of Portland over the
charming new Winter garments and Millinery shown
at The Emporium at moderate prices.
Each day sees the arrival of the newest and most
favored fashions. Beautiful New Suits, New Coats
and Charming Dresses.
Charming Suits made in Russian Blouse effects.
Suits of rich Broadcloths, Poplins and Wide Wale
Many trimmed in Skunk, Opossum, others in
-Fitch, as well as stunning braids and velvets.
One stylish model shown in illustration with long
graceful lines with the "Ripple Flare" one of the most
swagger.effects shown this season.
You never saw such beautiful garments priced so
--$27.50 --$32.50 $37.50
We make a feature of them because they are by far the new
est creation in coats for Winter.
Be the first woman in Portland to wear
one of these new coats.
Made in stylish flaring models in rich
navy blue, forest green and- black.
. See this swagger coat tomorrow.
Priced very moderate.
dating back to the formation of Eng
lish government. Its functions are
well established and understood, the
duties of its officers clearly determined
and under our form of government it
is a political subdivision of the state,
exercising and performing state func
tions and duties.
Success Elsewhere Kot Great.
"A city is a municipal corporation
under our constitution, vested with
complete local authority, except as to
the criminal laws of the state. There
are some consolidated city and county
governments within the United States,
and the experience of the cities and
counties so consolidated have not been
so conspicuously successful in either
efficiency or economy that we should
hasten to emulate their example.
Article 3, section 1 of the consti
" The powers of government ehall
be divided into three separate depart
ments, the legislative, the executive.
Including the administrative, and the
judicjal. and no person charged with
official duties under one of these de
partments shall exercise any of the
functions of another except as in this
constitution expressly provided.'
More than a century of experience
as a. Nation and more than half a cen
tury of experience with our
state government has demon
strated the wisdom of this con
stitutional provision. Legislative and
administrative power should never tie
exercised by the same department of
government. The taxing power should
not be vested, with the same depart
ment having the expenditure of the
funds raised through taxation. The
disappointing spectacle witnessed In
this city, where for days our City Com
missioners have been engaged in prun-
FIONEER OF" 1847 SUBS SUD
DENLY AT 82.
a. r $
William HoUIs HamU.
William Hollis Harrell died
suddenly at the residence of his
brother, 6705 Forty-fifth avenue
Southeast, October 21, aged 82
He was born in Illinois Sep
tember 21. 1833, and was the sec
ond son of Isaac Harrell, an Ore
gon pioneer. The family removed
to Iowa in 1843, and in 1847 came
to Oregon by ox team, settling
in Clatsop County, near Astoria.
He went to Washington County
in 1S55, and in 1867 married
Mary Ann Cave, a daughter of
James Cave. & pioneer Methodist
To them were born five chil
dren, of whom but one, D. II.
Harrell. of (27 East Ninth street,
survives. His wife died April
Funeral services were held at
Larch's undertaking parlors. East
Eleventh and Clay streets.
ing the budget prepared by themselves
individually, would not bo witnessed
under a government with powers prop
Budget Warnlngr Ulven.
"The setting up of a straw man in
the form of a budget and then beating
it out of shape may be conducive to the
gayety of a dull season and give hope
to our overburdened taxpayers, buti
adds nothing to the dignity of the
Commission as a body, nor does it beget
confidence in our new form of muni
cipal government. The rapidly mount
ing charge of taxation upon property
If. continued will accomplish all that;
the advocates of single tax hope to ac
complish by the inauguration of the
policy of Henry George. Already in
this city the tax charge upon property
equals the revenue upon thousands of
pieces of property "and the policy of
taxation if continued will render the
question of the disposition of unearned
increment - no - longer one of concern.
as. like the boy with the apple who
left no core, there will be no unearned
increment to be distributed.
"To me It is apparent that the activi
ties of our citizens should be directed
to the perfecting of our present poli
tical systems rather than flying to ills
we know not of. It has been said
here today that in the last analysis the
results of government are to be de
termined more by the character of the
men administering than the form there
of. It must be evident that an answer
to your question must Involve wide
research and deep study. I have en
deavored to point out to you some of
the problems, which confront you upon
DORY TO TAKE LONG TRIP
Builder Will Travel From Albany to
Xewport In Craft. '
ALB ANT, Or., Oct. 23. (Special.)
In a boat which they expect to use in
the halibut fishing business of Taquina
Bay, Captain L. A. Wood and son.
Charles Wood, of this city, left Albany
today to go to Newport by water. They
will travel down the Willamette to the
Columbia and thence to the ocean and
down the coast to Yaquina Bay.
Their boat is a dory 26 feet long
with a nine-foot beam. It was built
here by Captain Wood after the pat
tern of the boats used in the fishing
industry off the Coast of Maine, where
Captain Wood was reared. It draws
four inches of water, is equipped with
a 3U-Rorsepower engine, and has elec
tric lights. The engine is an automo
bile engine, and the pilot wheel was
formerly the steering wheel of an
Captain Wood has a pilot's license for
any waters in the world.
Wood Higher in Polk County.
AIRLIE, Or., Oct. 23. (Special.) .
Wood in large quantities is being cut
this Winter in the hills surrounding
this place. The supply last year w
inadequate and an attempt is made to
cut away a larger portion on the lands
where the crops may soon replace the
timber to advantage. Ash is scarce
here, and the price has risen above So
a cord. Oak brings commonly $4 a
cord, but the price will rise SO cents
soon. During the times when employ
ment on the farms and in Polk County
towns is low, the energies of the hands
are directed to cutting a large supply
V. M. C. A. Host to High School Boys
ALBANY, Or.. Oct. 2S. (Special.)
A "smokeless smoker was held this
evening at the Young Men's Christian
Association here, n which the members
of the Albany College Y. M. C A. en
tertained the boys of the senior and
Junior classes of the Albany High
t-cnooi. in other woros, it was a "stag 1
social, and In lieu of something to
smoke there were cider and doughnuts.
Music and games featured the evening.
Mwllssrland r.ormsnr sells tso.POO.OOo
worth, oi e&eeM .axJ- to xn i-nitod elates.
FIRST AT THE
A Sale of Millinery
That Will Startle
Right when the Winter season is at its height.
Right when The Emporium's stocks are most
complete with the most favored creations in
Millinery, this extraordinary announcement.
Think what this will mean to the Discriminating
women of Portland, to be able to purchase the
very newest and most desirable Trimmed Hats,
Flowers, Feathers for one-fourth off our low
Plan to be early to this sale, get the first se
lection of this wonderful stock of Millinery at
Every New Trimmed Hat
Ever New Flower Reduced .
Every New Feather Reduced
Beautiful Paradise. Gura and
Numidi, All Reduced . . .
WOMAN FIGHTS COUGAR
BATTLE - COXTIXtES 20 MIXUTUS
AND ANIMAL IS ROUTED.
After Saving Life of Baby and Herself,
Mrs. E. Burrkhard, ear Aber
deen, Becomes Hysterical.
ABERDEEN, Wash., Oct. 23. (Spe
cial.) Fighting off a cougar for 20
minutes with a piece of pipe and thus
saving her own and her 18-months-old
baby's life, was the experience of Mrs.
E. Burckhard. former Aberdeen resi
dent and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T.
E. Warwick, of this city.
The cougar attacked her Tuesday.
near Taholah. 30 miles west of here.
while she was on a trail going toward
the Quinlault oil well to meet her
husband who is watchman there.
The cougar had been chasing a fox
and when he saw the woman and child.
diverted his attention to them. Mrs.
Burckhard had picked up a three-foot
piece of pipe, with the intention of try
ing to hit the fox. The cougar struck
at her and tore her iress into shreds.
After a 2)-minute fight the cougar
fled and the woman hastened home.
where her husband found her in
The baby had hung tight to her neck
throughotu the fight.
PHEASANT SUPPER IS PLAN
Albany Elk Last Week Partook or
ALBANY, Or., Oct. 23. (Special.)
A China pheasant supper will be en
Joyed Thursday evening by the mem
bers of the Albany lodge of Elks. Many
members of the lodge will spend that
afternoon hunting and a good supply of
birds is expected. Delegations of mem
bers of the local lodge residing at Cor
vallis, Harrisburg. Halsey and other
places will attend the supper.
This will be the second game supper
of the season, as a venison feast was
enjoyed at the meeting last Thursday.
The venison was furnished by W. H.
Hogan and W. M. Parker, of the local
lodge, who bagged five deer on a re
cent hunt in Southern Oregon.
SHEEP DEATH TO TICKS
All Insects but One Succumbs to
Grease of Wool.
LEWISTON. ' Idaho, Oct. 23. (Spe
cial.) According to official reports,
the public health service has been at
work for the Inst four years destroy
ing the wood ticks and their rodent
hosts In an effort to eradicate the dis
ease from the valleys. Recent experi
ments Indicate that sheep grazing is
the most feasible method of accom
plishing this end in this particular lo
The so-called sheep tick is the only
Insect which lives comfortably In the
long wool of our Western sheep: other
insects and ticks are killed generally
when they attempt to crawl through
the heavy, greasy wool. A small band
of sheep turned loose 1n the barnyard
will quickly rid it of fleas.
' Railroad Clerks Organize.
CENTRA.LIA. Wash., Oct. 28. (Spe
cial.) The Railroad Office Employes'
Association, comprising clerks In all of
ths main line stations between Lake
view and Vancouver and on the Grays
Harbor and Wlllapa Harbor branches.
Is the name of a new organisation re
cently formed at a meeting held in this
city. The officers are: C, P. Fulton,
of Chehalls, president; Fred S.- Stock-
bridge, of Centralis, vice-president, and
vm EAq is -ant .rur?
John Blumstrom. of Chehalls. secretary-treasurer.
The purpose of the as
sociation Is to effect a better under
stsanding between the railroad em
ployes and th& public.
GIRLS! LOTS OF
25c-Cent Bottle of "Danderine"
Makes Hair Thick, Glossy
Removes All Dandruff, Stops
Itching Scalp and Fall
To be possessed of a head of heavy,
beautiful hair; soft, .ustrous. fluffy,
wavy and free from dandruff Is merely
a matter of using a little Danderine.
It Is easy and inexpensive to have
nice, soft hair and lots of it. Just get
a 25-cent bottle of Xnowlton's Dander
ine now all drug stores recommend it
apply a little as directed and within
ten minutes there will be an appear
ance of abundance, freshness, fluftinest
and an incomparable gloss and luster,
and try as you will, you cannot find a
trace of dandruff or falling hair: but
your real surprise will be after about
two weeks' use, when you wlli see new
hair fine and downy at first yes
but really new hair sprouting all over
your scalp. Danderine is, we beiiave.
the only sure hair grower, destroyer ot
dandruff and cure for Itchy scalp, and it
never fails to stop fall g hair at once.
If you want to prove how pretty and
soft your hair really is, moisten a cloth
with a little Danderire and carefully
draw it through your hair taking one
small strand at a time. Your hair will
be soft, glossy and beautiful in just a
few moments a delightful surprise
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