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THE EVENING HERALD,
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
rjnn"- c;9 i
inH"'csm i ,tEZmT
In mir wutill tin good
h your cliillum ynur
nutuninblle- your fur
niture In mr Imiii" "
oinrn It might lo bo.
uU Kill llml iI I'I'P'h
it watch that U u credit
l )ini mi iiccunilo
l Him krepur. Iiuitilrttmiti
In npiieiirniici nn nn
m'I In you In ii liiiHlncitH
mill him'IiiI w'O'
Cniiii' In iiihI li"l "I
tllOlll'fll WIltellOH III
I'lip'M Wit llllVU II
Mili'iiillil Mock I'rlri-n
are tine viilui'H,
is nil in i;r..im
Frank M. Upp
nil MiiIh Hlrr-rt
Klitr Willi Ii Hrpnlrlnit
Tl. HALLMARK Stor
hTiip scrrKiiiMJi iu:mi:p
iikmi:i' ni.MiM Tin: momknt
YOP AI'I'I.V Ol.l) "ST. J.ACIHI-t
IthellUiatlsm It "pulll only."
Nut one cane In flfly ri'(iilris Inter
nal truiittni'iil Stop druKKliig! Hub
tlm mlnery right nwuy! Apply sooth
Inn, pi'iii'tratlng "Hi. Jacobs Lini
ment" directly upon the "lender upol"
mnl relief muitM Itixtuiit ly. "St.
Jiicnln Llnlinvut" coiiiiiirrl pain, tl
U luirmli-Ks rhuumatlsm liniment
which never illsttppollitM and can not
hum the skin
l.lmhur up! Slop complaining! Get
a iiiutll trial licit tin of "St. Jacobs
Liniment" at any drug store, and In
Juil a moment you'll he tree from
rheumatic pain, soreness nnd stiff
liens Don't mirror! Itellnf awaits
ou "St. Jacobs Liniment" Is Just
uh good for sciatica, neuralgia, luiu
luir.u, tui(.kiiclm, sprains and hwhII
"Is )our daughter taking Hinging
Thiiis what you heard, nil right'
I linpe )ou didn't think for a mliiuto
thnl I hud started healing my wlfo "
OUCH! PI! RUB
LIFE SAVERS RUSHING TO RESCUE OF SOLDIERS WHO WERE
7 " HURLED INTO THE SURF WHEN LIFE BOAT WAS CAPSIZED
tW" rinasBieasm V.MmttiVeAtlMXX.
fay .... "-,. V 4-i'tei
i pSmw' 'raXt t $$ S.alffin,i
Tills photograph shown ronHtlnktm iihIioio fiom tho tianspott hy tho heavy sous for moro than two
K"rd life Biivors riiHhlng out lo thn ' Northot u Pucllle, which wont ngioiuid 'dnyii. Not moro than half of tho
rwueof tho BOldlers thrown Into tho' nail)' on Now Your'H morning, In tho -'DUU H"llllor,i Uu,, l,oon rescued at
Wro IhIuiuI surf hy tho capsizing of .heavy fog. Tho plcturu was (ukun this tluio, Eventuully nti wereres
a Hfo boat In which thoy woro being uftor the vimsol hud been poundml citud, "
Mammoth Ship Has
Busy Time Dodging
LONDON l('iiiiiriiiiiiili'liMi nf
, Urn Ammii luli'il I'liHrt) Dodging Cor
limn niiliinai Iim". In Din Mcillii'i riiiMMiii
I I IllK ll NXXK nllililliK wmshlpi III
'the Noilli Allinilli, mill fighting off
' MclOllH I' ImiiiI itltiifka while niiiyltu:
Ali'xili mi IiiiOih iirn noiin nf lint
' iu'IiIiiMHiikIIIh iiimIIIimI to tln Willi"
Mar Hum ())uiplt dining Iter ihIvpii-
IIIMIIIH I ill 11)1 ill tllii UlUlllllll. TIll'XO
I wiiii mil) Im lilmilH uf lii'i i'n'rli'iiM,
lllllllllHO Oil llll'OUIll llf IllT glllllt IIIH
. mmikit input It y, nIih wiu nli'iiillly mnl
lulllifiill) lmplng In Hit' Hmk nf
I tiiusinitliig lin'ii iiml tniitniliil fur
.lln nnnin In Euiopi I'lrxl II uiim
Cl'liinmi mollm rm HMiil liiillilltu;.
1 HllMI fllllllKr llll)S (tolll t'llllllllll III II'
j pliicn llin lut mm iif Vlui) lllilitn, mill
flnull) mini) llniii!iiiiU uf Aiiiirlrani
In (iuii (Iif floimnu mi lin' ui'ulcrn
j "lloi uiu l iliirlnr. Mn (iiilllpull
I'lllllplllKIl". Willow II IIIKtllhtll ut till'
'new in tin ll.illy Nttws, "when she
hurried iiliuiil s.ntiO troops ill (lint
, tlliln llin greatest nuuihnr iir nir
, rli'il liy miy hlilp following iipun
I IllT lillllltlll llltl'llipt (iff IllK llllltll llf
i lii'lmiil iii mw tln wiiter-logged
ilieitilnuught, Aiiilni'liiiiH, unit mtffi
rlnnt tu put tinr Iii'iIik llmt tank of
IrnnKpnrtH. Inn her iliftiiuuiil work
riilunni! Iiilmr luiltnlluiiii, mnl then liir
j wiiniirftt 1'iirmir hIihIo Chrlntimt.
I'M", wlum sin nrrhiM In Now York
'for Inn tlmt loml of Ainoilmll Hoop
) it M I put lii'i Iii n ilum Ii) liiTHi'lr hi
ii troopci "
' Kln linn iatilil well in ii llnii.niin
pi'iiplii while on war imrvlui
"It would tint lilt turnirt to ati llmt
C'iiiiiln lln)i'ft linn brought her thru
, ultimo! ii winiU'li, tint Iiit soars mi
intirlct uf honor Sin hunt ami
finrlureil noitiii of hi'r platen w lion. In
State Chamber Out
for Big Membership
PORTLAND. Jan 1 livery local
ciimmcrclal or dovelopmi in organiza
tion In the state Hhoulil In a member
'of the SI ati Cb.iinber of Commerce.
Is the theory upon whlih Chairman
John I. Ktherlilr.e of the niomber-
. ship roinmltti'ii of the Shate Chamber
of Cmmiierci) hits launched his cam
p.ilgti fur morn members for the stale
' i liiiinlicr
' Not only Is It for the best Interests
of the commercial development bodies
of the various sections of the statu to
he members of the state chamber, but
lU'conllng to .Mr. Etherldge. It Is also
to the liileiests of each community to
hiivo Individual represiiitiitle cltl
yeus mouthers of the stale chamber
, "The State Chamber of Coiniuerce
' Is laid out on the broaden! poislble
linos, Its organization being so ar
ranged that no one community can
ciiutlol the actions of the chamber.
Portland, with n third of the people
of the state, hits but two member;!
out of llfleen on the board of ill
tliu iliuknoMs curly one morning hIiii
'utriifi'il' inn of dm ninny's flwnl
"Tlii Olympic Iiml most of lwr ml
.futures while lni wo carryhiK Am
i'iIiiiii liiiopi Din Iiik Miircli, April
mnl Mity, IUIK Thn Herman Hiihmar
Ini loiuutiiiiiliirH minlo nt luaNt hdviii
ilurliiK iittiirltrt on Imr. Not oncu illil
tl tu'iiiy liuvi) tlini) to IiiiiiicIi n tor.
pi'ilo, for In I'Vi'ry mtii hit wiih Krtit
i'il liy ii 0 hull hIicII or otm nf tlio dix
1 1 ii) nt uiih on IiIm tri'.clt wtlli lior
li-ptli Inn ncn I'orliutm nil mi! of (lor
innli) ii iiiIhmIiik hiiIjiiiii r J iii-h iir notv
l)lni: lii'lnn tin I ruck of tin Olympic
'Tin uiOHt thilllluK I'Xpcrlonni
wlih Ii lin Olympic Iiml took phut In
lin ilui liiicHK of curly inoinliiK of
.Mil). I'.US. iicir tin iutrmi('u to I lin
Ciiillluli fliiitincl It wan JiiHt iihout
fun r o'rloclt when thn lookout mnn
plcl.cil out of thr iilmoM total ilark
iiiHN ilii outline of n lurkliiK Kulimnr
Iiik ulilch im lyliiK on tlii. Hiirfncc.
Immcillnlcly after liU unrnlni; nliout
one of our forwnnl Kutm hlnzeil out
mnl the nhlp. with her helm linn!
oer, Hpiin nioiiml like u ureal racing
)iirht mnl crailicil Into the enemy
"The hlow miih, of rourne, not a
flenu one. in there would !itne heen
few Hiirvlor4 from the Hiihniarlnn.
.IuiIkIii fioin I In ilumiiKe on the
Imu of the Mhlp when dry docked a
few ilii) it liner the hlow cu I off one
end of the MUhtuarliie Tlui rent
iliirted piMl the Mteru of the Olympic,
mil nun of the Kim rrftWH on the poop
pliiuted a f.-lncli hIiiiII Hiuarely Into
It One of the deiitroyerH In the escort
ilioppnd hehlnd, and by the IIkIU of
ular hIivIIh picked up 31 8iirvlvorn.
tliree of whom dli'd on the way to
port The total crow of the sub
marine nn o.er CO."
Western Oregon Is represented hy
seven directors on tho hoard, while
Eastern Oregon Is represented by six
members, residing In different sec
tions of that district. With such u
division uf representation, It is Im
possible for tho state organization to
use Its power fur Hellish or sectional
betterment or to promote the inter
eils of the metropolis or any other
one 'in t Inn against the Interests of
any other section."
I The voting powir oT any ono or
, gaiilzutlon is limited to (He votes, one
for each 100 members, but even Port
land, with lis largo membership. Is
'limited to live votes In bohulf of Its
local chamber, the same iiumbor of
otes as can he case by the Eugene
chamber, which has a membership of
about 500 members. Regardless of
Its sle, eveiy organization has one
See Cliiliiile X Smith for lire, life.
incident mnl health liiMirance. M.'I.I
Main street. 2-1
w . V ..i."."!
Belgium Is Facing
Crisis in History
HUI.'HHi:i.S ((,orrcHitiUiiii,u of
the Ahuoi iii il I'reo'O. IloU.Iniu 1
fuel n K 3 cohIh In It politic. il hNtory
The prmiiiit covernineni .oiriprlKtr k
of nix cutlilii, thiet I. bijrahl nnd ,
threu Socl'illHt.s In acl.t owludK''d I
every when to ho only a provisional
one, a i;o'iiiiment of traimltlon A
re'il government which will dlrf-t
the nifoiiAli n lion of lledluir. Ih In
It h not ixpected thw tledlon
can be held 'n Ichh thii'i t in 'iithi
Meanwhile tl j polltlcnl fl;bt "III be
uaged upon a liaiili of uulver.ial uf-
frage - one mail, one ole IlefopJja
the war the pileitH had four votci,
luiil owneiM and nolilcn an many votes
as they had etitiitoH In different prov -
lures and Koclnll.its mid llberalK only
one vote each. The HoclallHtH were,
inontly working men and the Liberal
mostly professional men. This enib
, , . ' , . . . .
led the Catholic Party to he In power
for more than foity years. I'nder Ihoi
universal suffrage system which
wonlil rnlnealH orlestn and land own -
nr In lin. on tin. ciiloL'orv m wnrklnir
men, doctors and lawyers. It Is as
forted the Catholic Pmty may he
placed In the minority Nevertheless.
Cm ill mil Merclei's great persornllty
mid the energy he displayed In behalf
of Belgians dm lug the wur U said
to liuvi gieatly helped the canii of
the Catholic i'aily One lause of hit-
Odd Schemes of
annifAwr ivn.ii inn if. vhn
,. " . .".,,". , , , .
Montnnu went "dry" at midnight.
December 30lh last, by popular vote,
thu bootlegger," as the dealer In
contraband Ihiuur Is popularly
known, realized that his duy was go-
lug. If it alread) had not gone,
Since 19 ID, when Washington become
a prohibition state, the business of,
bootlegging has been a thriving one.
and one fraught with Utile risk to
the clccr dodger of tho law.
Otllcers of the law may tell many
stories or tho Ingenuity used In bring-
lug In contraband into this slate.
Buby coffins often served that pur-
pose ;the silk mid furbelows of an
uclresti often concealed a bottlu of
whiskey or wine: Imitation Bibles
fooled the officers more than once;
false bottoms In trunks and traveling
cases frequently held bottlei, und.
more thun one shipment of rags and
Junkmen's stuff covered up pints and
IF KIDNEYS ACT
BAD TAKE SALTS
SAYS BACKACHE IS SIGN YOU
HAVE BEEN EATING TOO
When you wake up with hackacho
nnd dull mlsory In tho kidney region
It generally mciiiis you have been eat
ing too much meat, says a well known
authority. Ment forms
which overworks tho kidneys In
effort to filter It from tho blood and
thoy become sort of paralyzed nnd
loggy. When your kidneys get slug
gish and clog you must relievo them,
like you rollovo your bowols; remoV'
ing all the body's urinous waste, else
you have backache, sick headache,
dizzy spoils; your s9omncli sours.
tongue Is coated, and when the weu-
thor Is bad you have rheumatic twin-
ges. Tho urlno Is cloudy, full of sod
Imont, channels often get soro. wator
scalds and you nro obliged to seek
relief two or three times during tho
Either consult a good, rollable phy
sician at onco or get from your phar
macist about four ounces of Jad
Salts; take a tnhlospoontul In a glass (
of wntor heforo breakfast for a fewi
days and your kidneys will then act'
fine. This famous snltB Is made from '
tho acid of grapes and lemon juice,,
combined with litliia, nnd has been
used for gonorntlotiB to clean nnd stl
mulato sluggish klduoys, nluo to nou-,
trallzo acids In the urlno so It no
longor Irritates .thus ondlng bladdor'
Jad Salts is a llfo savor for regular
meat outers. It Is inoxponslvo, can
not tnjuro aud makes a delightful,
effervescent llthta-water drink.
tvrnoHH nnd nnlmoHlty, In HcIkIiiiu
In the Plutnlnh inoveinent which now
Im practically dead owIiir to tin; cf
fortx of the late Ourman Oovnrnor
Von lllunliiK to make uue of II to dl
ildu IIcIrIuiii Into two parts It li
expected that the FIuiiiIhIi movement
will revive when life resumes normal
condition but It Is held In obcyance
now thru fear that It might be con
Htrued an Oerman propaganda. King
Albert In bin itpocch to the I'arlla (
incnt nftej returning to liruiiscU an
nounced that tho government will
propone a hill to create the bancs o
FlemlHb unlveralty at Ghejit re
Hervlng the details to the new I'arlla-
merit to be elected later
1 I'ro-Germnns and "actlvlts" who
mipporled the Rerman cheme to
drive a wedge between the Flemish
and the Walloons In Uelglum are now
OBtrucUed socially. Many arrests
, . , ., ,
have been made In Hnmsels, Olieut
and Hruges. TJie people of Ghent
' illvlilo their hatred and bitterness
' evenlv between the Germans am! thn
lirtlvUlR" Hrueea In filled with a1
i deep-rooted hatred of everything Ger
man while Uriissets rldlcufcs both
mn I'.nrtnnnii nnil "nellvlatH".
In Bruges 1.13 women who dealt
with Getmans were beaten and their
hair was shorn In Ghent pro - Ger -
mans and "activists", both men and
women ero physically punished
o.,n,(D h. mnat ,n.o.i ii...
X .... V''""" '"" " ",,u" ;
One Illicit dealer had a scheme all
his own. Ho telegraphed to the Spo-
kane officers from a town In Western
Montana that a shipment of liquor,
concealed In a carload of wood, would
reach Spokane on a certain freight
He gave the number of theltershlre sauce in the other souve-
car. Sure enouch tho train arrived,
a perspiring crew of upholders and
enforcers of the law tolled industrl-
ously, and unloaded every stick of
wood, but there was no liquor. It
developed later that there was anoth-
r carload of wood in that train, und
that It had been unloaded by u
stranger, who left the wpod. hut cur-
rC(i off the contraband. The wily
bootlegger had sent the telegram to
Keep the officers busy while he un-
loaded his stuff.
Anonymous Information helps the
officers, but often it Is given in an
effort to mislead. Other Informants
fajl to aid the officers. Quarrels or
I jealousy between bootleggers often
result In the arrest of some.
' Tho Illicit dealers use automobiles
I with double tanks and trunks with
i. . ... , ... ,
false bottoms, built expressly
! transmitting the liquor, said a
I known nnd active member of tho city
detective force. "Once I opened tho J
top of a piano," ho said, "and I found
ten quarts of tho 'best.' They will:
cache It between walls, over ceilings'
and under floors or dig a holo in tho"
collar and bury It. Many a furnish-,
od house hus been rented Just as a
cover for storing liquor.!"
. . ,1... .. . ....!.. I..IJ.l. , t. A .1..
rtS IU 111U UIU USUI b III- 1UUIIIM, lUI Ul'. ' ' ,1-'U 114 iitibu vtv.it uQinvvn w, .,-,
toctlvo says, "There's tho fellow who.brpKe concerns In tho United States,
went urounJ w,th n watcf has iHsl-
B u ' cents a uritiK.
"until recently a won Known cnar-
actor of Spokano served his regular
morning customers In his automobllo, , Wide publicity was given bis nlr
between 5 nnd 7 In tho morning. His bnko Invention a few yeira ago
receptnelo was made to look like a which was taken up by tha two lead
Blblo-anU It held two quarts."
The detective tells one on himself,
Ho observed a woman leaving tho
lunch room of a certain railroad sta-
tlon. and a mystorious clinking sound
accompanying her footsteps caught
"This sounds like tho real think."
musod tho officer,
Whon tho 'lady'
THE MOST DANGEROUS
OF ALL DISEASES
No organs of tho human body are so
Important to health aud long life us the
kidneys. Wheu they slow up and com
mence to lug In their duties, look out!
Dinner Is lu sight.
Find out what tho trouble Is with
out delay. Wheneer you feel nervous,
weak, dizzy, suffer fioiu sleeplesimei-.,
3r Iium) pains in the buck, wuke up at
jnce. Your kidneys ueed help. TIicm au
lens to warn you that your Milnoja
ire not performing their futu'timiJ
properly. They are only half doing
.heir work uud are allow In;; Impurities
:o umimulate aud be com cried into
urle acid and other poisons, which
ire cuutiug on dUtrvs und will de
itroy joii uu!ss they are drheu from
tour s stem, A
COME Oil INLJHE AD'S
xWJ-VWAIl 3 r
' Herald's Classified Advs.
port SALE: Or will trade for sheep
or cattle, ranch on the west slue
of Summer Lake; fine improvements
C.. t .... fl.. l.n.nMr.n..
una a-i rancn. win sen ior one-iniru
cash, balance to suit; price $27,500.
j, M jcculley & Son, Summer Lake,
Oregon. ' lCt
FOR ItKNT Two furnished house
Keeping rooms, .ij nign
J . .. MrkTirTQ
I L.ti'oALi NJ 1 lLEO
M,T,lh tpi mnTArft
Notice Is hereby given that under
.and by virtue of the terms of a chattel
mortgage, made and executed by 8. P
Short, mortgagor,, to the Firit Na
lJUUII,! uiuitonbuli w WV. A tr 1U
tlonal Bahk of Klamath Falls, Ore-
' inn. mnrtPflppn n nalo will h harf !
land hejd of the following described
Twentv-nTne head of mares
Jr ii. L. .
geldings and colts, and one stal-
'said sAle to take place upon tho 25thten the hours of S a. m. and p. m.
day of January, A. D. 1919, at thel
I hour of 2 o'clock p. m., at the H. F. '
1 Phillips ranch, abouften miles south t
of Klamath Falls. Oregon. All sales'
to be for cash In hand, and delivery
Ui pruiieriy iiurcuaaeu iu uu xuuue im
mediately after said sale.
' First National Bank of Klamath
p-n nreunn Vnrteipee
was brought to the police station to
be searched, a bottle of catsup was
found In one stocking and a Worees-
nlrs of her recent lunch.
DOLLAU DAY RAISE
YAKIMA, Wash.. Jan. 16. A
boost In wages of brick layers from !
$8 to $9 per day of eight hours wa3
recommended at the session of the
Washington State Bricklayers' Asso
ciation here Saturday. Tho recom
mendation for such a raise was made,
but the matter left to the local un
ions thruout the state.
The committee on constitution and
and law recommended an amendment
to provido sick benefits for llnjured
workmen at $10 per week. At the
annual electllon of officers, M. J.
rttn nt Cnnlrnnn ii'ici n d a iiiiaoL
dent, A. M. Hall of Aberdeen vice
, .. . ...
.. president, ana r. it. i-ikc oi seamc
SVLEM CONVICT IS
SALEM, Or., Jan. 16.- -C. Ii. Smllh
n conict at the State Penitentiary
a ho a few years ago perfected air-
I'oinKe Improvements which arj now
I l.tinlitml I. 1 111 rra 1 1 rn lislu'nnn lilo. ulp.
nh-Ulet Court, has evolved a delcu
j ior ;.se (on uuio iruuKs, :iarucuuu ly
utro trailers are openueu on uiiij i
lug airbrake concerns of tin counir
nnd resulted In the present legal dis-
iui. Smith Is serving from Lauo
County for obtaining money br false
You're velcome to n calendar for
' " ; '" - "'( , SUp -
" J,,Z' ..l ? LnLrt v
ply of liomelv ones nnil some pretty
nM. Chllcoto & Smith
(let some OOLD
They contaiu only
Oil Capsules at once,
tiled preparation used
world fur ceututles,
i)Ii.fnUioued, soothing oils combined
witu 6lreugtu-eiung and systeni-eleaus-iug
herbs, well known and used by pliy
lciani In their dully practice. GOLD
MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules are im
ported direct from the laboratories In
Holland. They are convenient to take,
and will either give prompt relief or
your money will bo refunded. Ask for
them at auy drug Btore, but be suro
to net the original Imported GOLD
MEDAL brand. Accept no substitutes.
In sealed packages. Three sUe.'
LOST AND FOUND
LOST -Cameo ear-bob Finder re
turn to Herald, reward. l5-2t
FARM FOR SAI.F nrt ppvt r.n
rm . . --- rfnaB
on Schubert, next postofflce. 11-tf
'--"----- i- ----ini-w-i..i. j in 1 1 iijlij
WANTED By colored woman, cook-
- 1 ln5 or w.fk " maid In private
or boarding house. Phone
' Strayed to my place at Pine Grove,
, black yearling heifer, under half crop
In right ear. swallow fork In left ear.
branded with overturned wine glass
and c on left rib. R P Breltensteln.
- j -
A books wl bfi due
' tlrae as Blven on the card3' al,ho th8
'illl)rar)- w' bo closed. Pleaso leave
ft,0 ,n ,ha h, ,fc . .
- - - ----i-r- i i, ini nninriir.ntrtruixrutoA
DR. G. A. MASSEY
Successor to Dr. Truax
Suit 200, I. O. O. F. Bldg
Office phone 80.1
Res Phone 80M
Ioomis Bldg., Klamath Falls
CITY AM) COUNTY ABSTRACT
Money to loan on teal estate at
8 per cent.
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Ohfoouithlc Physician ft Sm-geoa
Suite 211, I. 0. O. F. Tempi
(over K. K. K. Store)
Phone 821 . . ""?
(The only Osteopathic Phytl-
clan and Surgeon In Klamith
ii-rn with sui.pnvn rr
DAP.KE.NS SO .XATl'RAllLY .NO
BODY CAN TELL
The old-time mixture of Sage Tea
and Sulphur for darkening gray,
stiealed and faded hair Is grand
mothers reilpt. aud folks' are again
using it to keep theli hair a good.
een i.,li which is 'li'lte sensible,
us we jie Uiug In an nge when a
' J-'1" W
' est ad-.ant.gi
eawtue Is of the great-
Xowad.1)!.. though, we don't Uve
the tmul lea-iine task, of gatheilng lha
sage and tin. mini) mixing at home.
All ding toiiM Bell the ready-to-use
prod u.t, lmp'oed bv the addition of
othei lujiieilieni!. called "Wyeth's
Siigu .mil sulphui compound" fr
nlmiit ,o i t-nts a bottle It hi very
i popular beiause nobody cuii discover
t "- '- , luTZ
youi louib m a soft biu)li " " ontl
.draw ihH thiough mr nair. ""
ono small strand at a time: by morn
ling the gui) hair disappears, bill
'what delights the ladles with Wyeth i
Sage uud Sulphur Compound. ' "'
I besides beautifully darkening the uuir
after a few applications, It also pro-
duces tlmt -.oft lustre and appearance.
lot abundance which is bo attractive.