El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 38TH YEAR, Ed. 2, Monday, January 7, 1918 Page: 3 of 12
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EL PASO MORNING TIMES MONDAY JANUARY 1918.
Humor and Tragedy of 27 Years Unfold
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Charges of Spying
l iv Associated Pmft.
Amsu-rdsm. Jan. . -Twenty I o per-
son among MM Tour from Antwerp
eight from tihrnt and a imteh hlior
vfr eieeuted by the flermens it
tihent lieceniher for alleged es-
pionage arrorrtHMr to tho Tclegraer
r or rescinden t at Mushing.
ih other Hotlenders were con-
demned In three four ami ten year
1 morí tomen t respectively. A law
number or Itetgtens also received Ktni
term of Imnrhwmnenl. and many
other still ara incarcerated at Cbent
OLD SOUTHERN PACIFIC STATION
AND BASSETT LUMBER YARD; HOW
EL PASÓ LOOKED BACK IN 1881
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Their pictures were mode from photographs to be Found
in the office of C. N. Bluett of the State National Bank.
The picture of the station was taken scon after it was built
and shows the city to the north of the tracks. In 1881 El
Paso was only an outpost of civilization in the southwest.
Two-story buildings were looked upon as large structures
and the Southern Pacific station the first real station built in
El Paso was looked upon with pride. Then came the boom.
One by one the buildings sprang up about the station and in
time those were torn away to make room for tall structures
that tower 'way above the street below. The view in the
direction of Mt. FrackHn was closed from the station by hun-
dreds of homes and office buildings. Today only the top of
the pile of earth and rock can be seen from the yards.
As the business of the division grew addition were built
to the original building but within the past few years they be
came too crowded and it was only a few months back that
work was begun on a new freight station and office building
modern in every way. Division offices ware moved to the
new building the first of the year.
The other picture shows the original lumber yard owned
by O. T. Bassett father of the banker. The yard wtf at St.
Lcuis (Mills) said Stanton streets and the photograph was
taken the came year the station was creeled. .
EL PASO S FIRST RAILROAD STATION. ERECTED IN 1881.
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' By C. U. CHAPE
cowboys ecst-mer. hlgh-haited ritn
War. soldiers sailors adventurers wan-
derer of r.ll type-- those an the people
who havo tiled I . the ticket window hi
iho old southern Pacific deioi which wa
atoando:.! d bh dlvlaluu headquarter J on
iierv a fur tl:o new quartan J'iP a lew
steps the cast. Alt t quiet about the
fttrtjrtnrn v.hlr.'i han neen barvue u
I'alnuniv lt but lu th llrket orrtre
UMtv Is to rutithl the. same fuer uno for
twenty -seven year had wlureuod Ibe
;h.;'!M ur'Kl i ' " - Hipulatioti from iho
Window through whit u lU-kets ai hand-
od nut. For twenty-seven yean It II.
riJ.-l' has wltnesseii the inakliiK ' IiId-
lory end the building or a rity and
tt:;ty-rour of thoo years he has heeo
Utlu;i ciii-nt. .-ow the ronqony ortl-
4&ls aie -i- --i Titling up room In
If fcontl nietrv or the old ft fine tdriir-
tore a a home for the stent and is
Celebrates SevrnlU'tU Ulilhtlcy.
Jt wes onlv a rew days ar that Mr.
fisitop rp;rp'r'l Ms neveullclli blrlh-
i.ay I. ut f.y he : t(ni on the nirire aide
if I Ml tvlndow and briefly icvlcwett the
r'iisin? show tii.it rams with time ha
did not !nok to be over firtv. 'Tin true
that m . hair tn aray but lie is strong
or bony especially iCo for his age and
mcny ere tlic men now big In (he lire
or Hila rity. whom be has aeer. rorue In
on the dinky passenger ear. years ago
or alt on tho hard bolichea in the wait-
Many fashions In footgear have worn
the rfoor or the Htatlon waiting room.
Many faamona end atyiet or clothing
have flitted through the doort. For it
Was 'way bark In ItWI that the Southern
Parirle derided that Kl Paao might be a
pretty good itiied town torne day and a
depot waa needed officiala considered
the proposition and derided that Kl Paso
Hhould nave a regular building lor aala-
tton one that would advertiré the city
one m. i the rltlxcng could point to with
A large new of rarpeniers were aei
to work and lu February ISM. a pas-
acngc Irani slopped at the "handsom'!
new two-story UUoa" is II waa tlicu
linck in thote durn the rity was a bit
rugged. Tho aituatlon was described by
Mr. Hi!:op in tbe follow nig maimer:
"An old Irish woman used to run n
caiiug houM dtrcctpy acroaa the tracka
from the -i iii in. sho was an uniumal
chitacter and oftmi Meld 'We have inta
le time and wn have southern Pacific
time and all tumiier a luve unu htilllartnr tltt nnar riicei-tt nitrl rlliicii iln
of a tune here in tnl!isre'." Tfclded that Rumbling hnd be -Kinned
The timer referred tt wh llm Parlile
time upon whlrii the Sotitham Pacim-
operated Its trains and mountain time by
whirh the Santa Fe fUed Its time table.
When the old station wan new Kl raso
boaMud of a street rir line that ran
down NagufTin avenue and riear to
Juarez. Two inolh-bitten burroa furnish-
ed the power of locomotion.
Yoa Nr. P.iahop has seen many tblngi
rrom hla ticket window tie has aren
tltii rowboy of oden days tanned rowl
od. bootetf hardened. Home came wiih
raille to bo loaded in local yarda; otber
sought aniiisement and excitement never
railing to rind either. Minors too drift-
ed through the floors and unto the plat-
form to await trama lor tome it waa
tbeir rlrat and last visit to the city
others went into the hills and mountains
of new Mexico and ArUona nnd ame
back wealthy. And some of the latter
stayed only a few days; for II waa come
easy go- easy in many raset. Tho for-
tunate many many times aoon sank to
the level or the unfortunate.
Confidence Mea Tee.
Thoge who brought "dusf to the city
" i met with mil by the high hailed
i i niidcnce men who plied their trade In
and about m old depot tha croearoidi
or the Mouthwest wtrere auy money was
always to be round. It was 1 1 cob-
irdenre men who gave to the city thai
insevory reputation which lasted long
War -Time Menus
ny HI DDI K ni
".Fooda are like aectlona of bouse?
says a domestic science expert Some
HmmU ror respond 1 single peris
floor or a rhlnmey or a window."
Menu making is like house building all
tha parts must be In place and títere must
be Jim enough of each pert and no eitra
parta left over.
These wartime menui are planned to
help housewives w itu are too buay to
build their own bills of fare on a aclcn-
Itreakrasi: bananas with cream aau-
sagei and wheat raketf. coffee.
Dinner: ftoeat rhlrken baked dump-
lings ami gravy canned gooseberry taiice
sweet potatoes creamed cauliflower let-
luce with French dressing ralaina and
huts bonbons coffee.
Supper: (lystars mi loait Individual ap-
ple laptoca puddings tea rakes tea.
breakfast ; Baked apples boiled rice and
milk tout honey coffee.
Luncheon: Macaroni and cheese lettuce
Dinner: beef heart with nnlon sturring
i-rramed peas baked potatoes stewed ap-
ricots cake lea.
Tuesday Meatless Day.
ItreakTast: Farina with lop milk plain
omelet toast cortee.
Luncheon: Ootdetl Muck lettuce sand-
I unu. 'i salmon loar creamed potatoes
cabbage salad' peach duimillngs.
Urdr.r-.rla -Wheallfss Hay.
Hreakrast oaitneal nmsh with apples
corn and rice murrins maple syrup cof-
fee. l.unclteon: Fried hominy ellees cheeae
and rye bread sandwiches cocoa.
Dinner: Mutton chops and baked pota
tors corn an gratín bran murrins baked
ProakfasL JXurkwheat cake? rorn syrup
Luncheon: Tuna flth creamed on toaat
endive salad tea.
Dinner: boast beef boiled potatoes but-
tered parsnips chocoiatu layer cake tea.
breakfast i Baked apple creamed
chipped beef on toast coffee.
Luncheoii: Hire croquettes with rream
eaure hard rolls rrutt rookies tea.
Dinner: Baked whlleMsh. potato soufrie
mathed turplps canned mm ami cake
rrrakrast: Fruit codfish balls toast
Luncheon: naked heart and brown
bread lioiiey riKtkiea. tea.
Dinner: Corned beer boiled with cab-
bage potatoes turnips add carrots; corn
bread prune whip tea.
PRKPsHK FOR FARMRRN' ULF.K.
By Timee Bperlal t:orrestondeut.
Laa Crucei W. M.( Jan. B. A conference
of all county agents of the state is called
$10000000 A Year
Wasted On Trusses
How 60 Days' Trial Protects You
Against Throwing Money Away
iusi s-wss l-viJ arw ivivsa
And In addition to this constant holding
It prottden th only way ever discovered
lor ovprrondng the weakness which la tha
real reuse for rupttre.
Just huw it dort that entirely automat-
i ally - is all explained tn the free book
which the coupon below will bring to you.
So BHta No Ijcar-rkrape No
Does away entirety with the mrse of
bells leg strep and spring. People who
hare in-. i tt say 1t la a romrortahi'' aa
their clothing la waterproof wilt hokt
in the baih. Also persH ration -proof and
caiiy gen ciean. .
Tit Knvo You i nun Operation
This guaranteed rupture holder has so
UmnniKliU piovrd it- nirrlln In over W0
iíhi i'sitr mat many physicians In all part
. i t . ... i. i .. it i .! uimirmt It InnlMd
. SUin iOII.lSIIOI.HII-. -....ln-. m)1nnt
And an simply ncwae nun' gauaerara .:ui -.i ir.Hrsi ru
examination Instead or rirt making a thor-
A Mere Try-on N m Soarr
truaa or anything else for rupture merely rupture ihai we have taken the time to
by trying U on. ""in up tn a hook all wo have lrarnedi
A truss or so-caueu aPPlianee may ';" -.... "'-""";
seem all rirht at first and kHnrward niovu ihi remarkable book - loth bound m
Mnety nine out of every himrtreft dollars
spent r..t elastic and spring trustee might
about as well be thrown away.
Close to ten million dollars a year In
thla country alone -Is practically wasted
on sm n emu aiMioii"
hundred- or penple whose cases see IMS
Tim Tt.tti.vti We I. 11 In r Book
Tnere are so many mi-isK'Mi inca muni
The only way In the world you can
make aure of eiactly what you are get-
tiug is by making a thorough sittytay
teat without baring to risk any money.
Tlrr Only Thin imnI I'UioukIi
to Mtand aO-bey Teat
There la only one thing of auv kind for
rupture that you can gel on silly days'
pag". fli chapín and -.'.I photographic ll-
lusiratloiis Is full or facts uever before
put in print.
It deals with tupiuro in all Its rormd
It iiow the dangers f offeration.
II exposes tin humbug aipl lance
iiiethinli." "plasler" "locka" etc.
It dioMt why wearing elastic or spring
iii" ii aliiii-t urr lo shorten your life.
And u tells about the famous i.iuinc au-
Unl one thing good enough to Maud t'miic Massaging l riiss now simpie n ia
such a long ami thorough test
it ends i. n-lsiil rnense how yoo
that is our auarantaad ruotnre holder -nu n u ii- mui now imie it
WO II nilRV on" csprciany io- your rmwi i s..--ii...
try it elxty days - incuts Irom benefited and cured people i
Weii praetieally lend it to von Hint long send foe this book today don't put it off
-without asking you to risk a penny the inmute it takes to write tor it may
If it can't be made to keep your rupture fire you rrom treubio for tho rest of
rrutn coming out or from bothering you jour lire
lu any way. no matter how bard you simply us.
work or strain -If It doesn't prove every in a inter o
laiui we maac it von t cost juu a singlo
Maulo on New Iflnrlplo
This guaranteed rupture holder--the fa
mous Clulhr In so utterly dlfrerent from
evary thing etsd for rupture that it has
received eighteen separate putcjits. It is
Tar moro than lust a truss. Made on an
absolutely new nrlnrlple.
t tillkc everything else It is sen regulat
ing self-adjusting instantly and auto-
Kainhling fraternity who pred
upon the miner and row puncher the
wiae one and tha "sucker dressed In
Tine linen and high heels slept in the
leading hotel and met the trains when
not plying tiieir trade. All did not live
in Kl Paso Many uame from outlying
mining camps for a bit of amusement
themselven and when evil time and low
cardú fell upon litem they drifted back
lo tho campa where they wore leaders.
VVitiiesKcd Passlag ef t:taa.
In this manner did the depot and Mr.
bishop welcome and bid farewell to
men of that type. Ana the two saw the
passing or fho clan. on by ono they
dribbled away until they came no more.
Dandies of every period from the daya
of hoop skirts to the present time have
been seen through tbe ticket window.
(ih most everybody from the Russian
Immigrant going into Arizona to the sol-
diers and sailors or today baa been seen
by the old station agent and bis depot.
And like tho rowboy or old the gstii-
Li. 'i and (he old timo calilo ralter manv
are gone never lo return just as iho
division office air gone lii. in upstairs.
Immigrants and setiieia- of those there
have been many types. There were the
farmers from Kanaa and Missouri
route to New Mexico shaggy haired men
wllh ilntro-iiiliiMtloii ui-illfMi un tlinlr test-
lies. Out of Ilusas rain tlm ln;ii whoso to meet ai ino new moxico coiiaaa m ag
riculture and mechanics! arts with the
officials of the extetiiton department ol
tbe rollege neat Thuraday far the purpnee
or discussing plans or me r arméis- weoa
1 tne college rarmrrs weeg nm ye.ir
will be January 14 to ig. Inclusive and
resident Aiisiiu u. rne ano tuner rni
lege officials aro preparing programs
which will Nil each day with Interest to
tho fanner aii unusually large attend
ance ia expected tins year.
- i. i.oii nro how to bo found
littlo valley In Anaona. They wore uod-
fraiing. toaco loving; people seeking a
milet t'lace lit which tu mar their cnil-
tlreu nnd llvo at peace. Tho hope they
enerisiird was tne rigui m live m irae-
dom end worship In peace.
Maay Tourhlajt Karewella.
The old depot anrl the mind of the
agent holds the memory of many heart-
ton eh lug scenas. There were klese or
formal farewell thousands of 'em but
those that were impressed on the mem-
ory or tho old man were the sad caress-
es hestbwrd on motherless children by
dry-eyed rathcrs. Mother narted with
sons and wolcomed (hem back erter long
years with cries of gladness uh tbe
scenes aro too numerous to mention.
Hundreds of sick folks have been laked
from trains at the station in Its days
or duty. Many went hark east again lo
Iho baggage cars while others returned
Then fn loot earne the day when Ihe i n
Ion station waa opened. Trains still
stopped at Ihe station and la yel. but
no one alights. 'Many within the
newcomers are not aware of tho atory
woven unoiii me ota DuiKuni tuey a now
it has something lo do with Die ttuuihern
Parirle system and that Is all.
1 he old -i i has played Ita part.
Humor and tragedy! tragedy and hu
ie 'Miii.m below or just aay ;
.i.i - . . I imi vrtilr hisok '
nil- BRINGS It I
Ilex 370 t H THE ftONB
1U i i-1 S3rt HI. NKW YORK CITY
send mo your ireo Book and Trial
THE "WHY" OF
THE LOADS USED
fly MOlthlS ACKER MAN
famous "Hunter and Trapper.
If ynu want a redhot argument In a hur
ry loll a twenty-gauge advócalo that a
Iwelvr-gaugo shotgun "has mora kick and
it Ins generally been deeded that a
twenty-gauge loaded proportionately will
do equally as much dsuiaae as a twelve
while the twenty advocate claims his
weapon Is "more sportsmaullka" than
The answer is nol a rpiestton of powdar
so much a of shot as the entailer the
diameter of tho Inside or the barrel tn
toss amount of shot Is thrown from the
shell. And the lets amount of shot iba
keeper must be the aim to bag the obeei
In uIImt words. Ihe ordinary hunter has
by far a belter chance to be a successful
hunter by the uso of the standard gauge
than w in the lessor load. The "aporii
in. iiihke" gun Is very apt lo make a bet
ler shooter than his big brother.
What la true of gouges Is also true of
loads. A man hunting ducks and geeta
will demand three and one-hair drams or
powder behind there and one half ounce
or'No '.' hot while be wenls No. shotj
;hrmt i.T Blmut tl.iee di.lllls for Oil n 1 1 and
ihe ammunition maker Ins gone thai
iniiii to put a man mi uio ymn ioi mm 1
most any kind of a hunting or trap fan
wtio romes aling lie has stnill loads of
dust shot Tor -humming birds" and buck
shot for deer.
lie has don more than make losds: box;
mils thriii Inl u colored sh. lis I
us. Havu you evar seen an advantage) 111
We hair ' e rmd In hunting that by
carrying a di i heavy loaded reds' wet'
an d sinfín- i tlii iii ouiekly when we aro
normally using llaht loaded "yellow.'
icneraltv speaking tise smaller trie gam
the smallei ihe shot nnd titr load while
tho larger tho game the larger tha shot and
There is a shell for every specie of
irainn. mid luikv Is tlie hunter wiio i
mako the .cbanku to quickly meet hla re-
SKW COUNTY JUMUC m IKHKI-XI..
aandemon Texas Jan. .' ine county
commissioners of Terrell county yester-
day appointed T. 11. knvkendall as county
judge to rill the vm ah v in the ofrirW
created by Ihe death of Judge J. U llosa.
Mr. knvkendall is a well known banker
of this place.
Good News For
Vni-r'-s Kar- niahctcs Ilcmcdy
jltoiii ri-U HstnnlrdiltiK resulta for Mr.
mqtt-t win huil given up In doapeiir.
Foilotrln; la a voluntary and aa-
tonishlng atatement from Mr. Jülaa
Frlquet at 511 Woet Klrat Htreet. av
An;.. :- s. Cal. Thla certainly la evi-
dence of tho beneficial qualities of
Wnrner'e Fufe Diabetes He mod y and
more convincing than anything we
could nay. Read thla:
"Thla letter lu the beet proof that
1 urn atlll alive. Your medicino ta a
miníelo to mo. My weight waa re-
duced from 1Ú7 to 114 pound when
1 left for the honnltul. I left lhete
Aug. Cth In dcapalr. Hundred of
poojtlo that knew me aald I would
nerver live to return to my atudlo.
After leaving the hospital 1 eaw
your "Ad." In tha iaar. I began
Its use and at once commenced to
Improve and now everybody la say
lng to me that I look better than
ever before. I tip the acalea ut 182
pounda and I am back working again
to the aatonlahment of all. I feat
Mplcmlld and people aay I am look-
ing better every . day. 1 must tell
you that ever word I have written
la true and I can prove it by hun-
dreds that knew of my condition
Jules Frlquet 511 Weat First Street
Loa Angelea Cal."
Warner's Safe Diabetes Hemedy Is
made from herbs and other bene
ricial ingredient and has been m
the rqaiket 40 years a true Indica
tlon of Us value. Qet a bottla today
Sold by leading; druggists every
where Samule ent on receipt of
ten cents. Warner's Safe llamadles
Co.. Dept. 648 Rochester N. T
El Paso School For Girls
January 7 f 1918
IN 1111 M U
Kl Paso. Texas
Miss ora W. U Slater
Misa oiga e. Tafel
Trie ph one 93.
A boarding and day school with
Upper School Academic and
ollege l-reparatory Couraaat.
Music- Outdoor Physical Training.
Th reputation of the school for
thorough work to established by aevea
yeaura of ateady growth and approved
bj7 certlflaato privileges at tha lead-
ing colleges for women. The new
buildings ara the finest aver erected
In the Southwest for a private school
offering ovary facility for both day
and boarding school-
Mr. Jame O. M ary president Board of Director.
Mrs. V. B. Stewart Chairman Woman Board.
The Heart of Christianity
liY THE REV. THOMAS UltEOOBY. '
And Ha said unto them "Tha Sab-
bath was made for man and nut man
lor the Sabbath. "-Mark -27. m
It will be . remembered that iesus and
the disciples with the Pharisees were
walking through a wheat Held at the lime
these words were spoken.
Tbe disciples being hungry stripped
off some or the wheat from the stalks
rubbed It- between tbe palms of the r
hands to clear it of iba busks and began
cite lug It.
N'. it. in.: this action on the part of bis
followers the Pharisees fald to Jesas.
"Behold why do they on the sabhatn dav
that which Is not lawful?" referring to
the act of rubbing tbe grain between the
hand wh cli according to Ihe petty rul-
ing of ihe Pharisees was threshing and.
therefore work and therefore unlawful
on the Habbatb.
WitiMiut stopping to parley with them
over their trifling charge Jesus asked
them a question "Have fe nevar read
what David did when be and thosa who
were with htm were hungry bow he went
Into the house of God and did eat the
hewbread wh'eb. lawfully could be
aalen only by tbe prlestst" Of course tbe
Pharisees knew all about the arilun or
their Illustrious fellow -countryman and
as they stood with downcast eyes not
knowing w hiit reply to uiske Jesus spoke
to them the final words. "I say unto you.
tiy Sabbath waa made for man and not
man for tbe Habbatb."
The meaning is a clear a day: "Be-
rause Pavld and his friends were bungiy
they bad a perfect right to eat tlie shew
bread notwithstand-ng the technical un-
lawfulness In the case: and these friends
or mine here being hungry have a right
to pluck the wheal even though It bo on
the Babbath day."
Human nature Is more sacred than any
Institution or law or theory fn the pras
ene! of luiman oacsuity tne most vener-
able and venerated theories must lake the-
The holiest thing Is man and all tbe oth-
ar things church stale law theory-are
man's servants th rhariota that are to.
tsae mm along the way or victory rather
than the Juggernauts that aro' to crusb
Such was the teaching of tlie Man or
But the Man of nsltlre was away ahead
of Ills time. Ha waa not understood. In
fact. Ha waa grossly misunderstood; and
ignoring mm. they kept rlgtft on (t ru ing
man to the Sabhatn subordinating hu-
man ncceasliy to the soulless taw or the
stele ami tne ao orteu harsh shlblxdeihs
or iho church.
Tbe chrgpdei of human lire t the one
string up utii. i all history haa been
The martyrdom of man to tbe vagaries
of moonstruck dreamers and the running
Plans of heartless desnuls ia the sum anil
Mibstatice of the slot y of the human rara
on una canu.
home years ago s then prominent ew'
Yorker was reported to have said wtvn
reprnarhed for bis rarelensness toward the
public "The public be damned!"
In ibe olden time tbe pendulum de
scribed a still wider arc and from the
dim beginning of human history right
uown to in t rencn anu American re
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
DOIXS TOYS HOOKS. IMHX CARTB. AUTOS mid M I X H I 111 s
KlEFER'S TOY STORE
10 V STANTON (WRITE OR CALI.) ' PHONE 7
A lililí Crmlr Line of Toy Dolln and WIm-i-I Gouda at mlunl prfc-oi
Kindly mention the Tunea in answering advertisements.
CHILDREN NEED FOOD NOT ALCOHOL
How careless it is to accept alcoholic medicine for
children when yod know that their whole health and
growth depend upon correct nourishment.
ff your children are pale listless or puny they abso-
lutely need the special concentrated food that only
rive to improve their nutrition and repair waste caused
by youthful activity.' During school term all children
should be given Soott'm Emulmlon to benefit
their blood sharpen their appetite and rebuild
their strength by heer force of its greet nourishing power.
soon tor. vtdA. n. j. 13-::
liitinnH the Mingan among ttm who ran
things in - linn n and slate was "The. pub-
: Imi damned vvcryhody hn damned but
the l ord's anointed."
rwantj rentnrle have rolled by slnre
o Carpanta ra Hon iterad ma demurrer
to the degradation uf humanity and m
are Jim bertnniiig to take Him aerloualy.
lor iwu tiiiiti-aTHi v;im w hawt htm
railing tite words '-Tim Mabhath was
made for man and not man for ihe Sab-
hath" but wa haw understood them.
At laid however the true light Is begin-
ning to come tu us.
r rountlaaa generations and In. the
name of Jesus at that - 'od-aoointd"
authorities hate Inclined to make slaves
r in-ii mt'iitallv and tlivlrally. furred
tU'iii to kill each other kept tbem in Ig
it-. ram e and rear and misery did all thai
tliry could lu degrada them In tbla world
ami damn tliem lu tha nekf.
lint the uionilnir U at hiod. and In Ita
light we are beginning lo tea that all In-
stitution all theories and iruiagandaa.
both aarulsr and garradutal must Ite sub-
oruinaieu to itsft only royal and ssrred
i.i-.t. tttal üf uidlftlnw luul nnoMiior hu
manity making men free virtuoua self-
reieciing kindly and happy.
Ibn stay of tbe ayatamatlc degradation
or mankind a about over.
Of the rnlrt. blooded aarrlflrins or ha.
man well being to the Nyaiama tbat rest
isrgeiy unen superstition and tyranny wa
are -'II to see tbe end.
We have bad like fttooe Age and tbe
ftrouie Age and tbe Iron Age and the
Age or ' hi v airy aa well as varioua other
ages and now-tba Lord's name be
praised' we are entering the Ae of Man
trie age that Jesus had In vision when He
sold lu substance "Away witit your non-
aenae ehout the Sabbatli ami tbe abew-
hirad' A happy human being la a beilar
fart than all your aanriiriad inanities of
institutional systematic hardship."
A new aplrit Is making Itaeir red m tbe
worfd tbn spirt or tha i HajDsrltsn.
II is thundering around the throne- and
palaces or the etploltera and oppressors
r nianklifd nor will the thunders . -aie
until the vlrtory 1 won and humanity la
The Silver Tongued Orator of
Minnesota Charles A. Towne
Former United States Senator
Late Member of Congress from New York Nominated for Vice-President
Recommends Nuxated Iron to All
Who Feel the Need of Renewed Energy
Says That Henceforth He Shall Not Be Without It
Probably no remedy haa ever met with
Mich phenomenal auneas is hs M mated
Iron Over three million people annually
are taking it In this rotiotry alone to say
nothing; or the vast number who are using
it lu t'rance Kngland ftuuth Ainerlra and
other countries it has been highly en-
dorsed and uaed by Former United States
senators and Members of Congress; pby-
slrlcns who Save Leen ronnerted with
wall-known hospi'ils hsve preacrlbed ami
rerommendel It; Mohseigneur Nannlnl
pltHaloanl Citholir clergyman rerom-
meuds it to all members of the catholic
Churrh. Kormer Heallh Cotninlslonrr
Wn. It. Kerr or chlrago say it might
to be used In every bospltsl and pre-
scribed by every púyatela; Mr. II. B.
Vail formerly Pliysirian in the Baltimore
lioapltal and a Medical ttxamlner aays
that time ind again be has prescribed
Husaieii iron and surprised patients at
tbe rapidity with which tha weakness
and general debility wera replaced by a
renewed leellng or strength in(1 vllibly;
i Miner First Assistant Postmaster ien-
rral of Ihe tnlted sutes C. P. ftrand-
fleld iii on a i y endorse and ferrrfnineuds
It lo the tena ol thousands of civil service
employ who know I.I name and signa-
turev ttarah Herohaidt "tlie Divine Ha-
rab" tbe morM'a most noted grtreaa has
ordered a large quantity aent to tbe
Preach soldleri to help rive I hem
treiurth power and anduraftee.
The ramoua "Gyrlone" Davis member
of the Mth United mates congress
What Senator Towne Sys:
M.a a mesnber of
í'ongTeM from Xew
Yorlt. aa m mcmlicr
of C'onirtM and
Nenator from Mln
neaota aa partir-
laaat In pmltlcal
i-sjnpaUrnn hnd on-
illdnir for Vlro-pres-Idrnt
i iif-t y and reserve
forro wore tremen-
doualy drawn npoti.
Hut I aurvlvad
1 1 tese trial ami ramo
lain advanced mid-
dle life " lib tlie elas-
ticity and m iv i iK in
of a boy Is nnajuea-
ttonably dae to the
rigorous attention I
Have palit to thr ino
prr cute of my iMMly.
Hrrvaüy 1 bnvo Itcen
i t..n;: Nuxated lryi
nnd have found It of
n ;'...!( t benefit
n a tonle and retra-
i i. iv ' Henceforth I
shatt not be v. it lnr.it
I:. I nm In a posi-
tion to testify for
i'h' advantage of
others to tho r-
markable and Im-
of IhU remedy and
I nnhess:atlntiy roc-
"in no mi Nuvate.1
Iron to all ho fed
the need of renewed
merry and Ihe res;-
nlarlty ef bodily
Ty Cobb the
batter or all ttme
took It to beli
rive him renewd
energy md rral
No melter what
euybotly says you
rould not. at this
d ft r . tat u c b
prominent men to
Hist has no value
doctor. 1 ft w -
says year imliticiaus.
Minnesota's Man of Nark
Former United Matea nenator
t liarlo A. Towne sraduatod rrom
the University of Michigan twice
elected member of liso United
Htatea Congers served In tho
United States rieoatc nominated
for Vhr-i'rrnUleni. take N a in ted
Iron; now rerontmend U to all
who feci the need of renewed
jrajr IMilll mm-l
-v trouble and other1
dangerous maay i
die. Tha reftn
true rause vthleb
started iiM-ir dlft
i-i.'i' was nothing 1
more or less than
h i akeiitt! cos)-
it v a Isrk i.T Irrtra
I II the Mu nd.
rnnuvatids or pasn -
i' nunrr nun
lii.n d c f i in n ey
ami du not know
Boston Physician who If you are not strung or well ynu owe)
Wreck Of ice of Radical
Dailu Call in Seattle Nu"'1 ron b" prtv"1 urou
vwii WMWw WM oi ( u (icrl ny iiretufiilo
m lavar used for creating red bhod.
tbe erfect of ft usted Iron on Him was JJJJrB "
aluuaat inaalral. that after Uklns It. .
lu.thinsr ki mmmtt in tiré loin nol tin mat- hn. IikIImI (with Hi till coiililrv at id Kd-st It to Vourelf lo make Um followlna 1
a. hnW ct.MMioua it inirht bs ir a j Kuropean Medical lusiltulloiis said; .ut- Heo buw long you i an work or bow flat
ter bow RWHttJ tt vr- Trott 1 s wondrrrul remedy .Not you ten walk without becoming tired
ewtnan. lata Folds surgeon of tne city (ng mtn riIllf) 4 xvhiwas Neat uke two rivw grain tablets of NsM
of Chicago and former House Surgeon nearly hair a century old and askeo me ated lion turre timet .. r niter nn-al
Jafferson Park Hospital Cbleago says " live nun a preliminary eiaimuaiioo tor ior two wear turn n -i tur irettgra
his own h wUtl th8'hoo4i uretsure of a bay 3
aration he has twenty and ea full of vigor vim and
buuuitur vitainr aa a young man: ui r t. a young
un tbe nerve atrr-mrllirning the niLSCles man he rssliv was. uoiwlttutandlur his
sad correrttug digestive disorder. age. The sr ni. he said was taking Iron
Dr. Hrhuyler ' Jaou-". Vi una t-ur vun'd iron had filled lilm with i-e-
fcnteoeih Hospital new yora newed life. At ) he was in had health;
aay he has never befóte i comnn nded at to be was careworn and nearly all tn
after taking jn mated iron.
how much you Mi
NOTK Nuii'cil trae. vttLh hr
rwasw UnHsd tUttm BMlr Timu wttft
nam lalfia r vaults auil bid -fa la bmsbMbsS
imi sr ma atsm or asriisaans m assa a araaav
VaOrlf raf- la i .t a tatSt SagSsSW BSH
serert ramaoj tnai mm srtisrti is wm i
trusjUta vtrhv tallke Oat uttlse
lo... MtollMU. U to Mail uatnlWUd. dsM
y Associated Pre.
sratiir. Wasb. Jan ft.- Led aceonllng
to wi masaos by two civilians ruteen to
twenty Amei'ican bluejarkrta entered tite
otTlra or the Dally Call a radical news-
paper. Itere tonight and almost completely
w i lied tbe aaiabllaluuent.
It la aald tlie bluejacket entered Ibe
newspaper office mttetly draw Uielr re-
i i.li.i f i j i i'il th .riih sir alaht i in
ui "i s3 i'sti hi uuns. w.i ure. i mid hiwi ui.aiiwinwi wussaw. ivsiiiincu tumj ivuhi -.ril..I ism ku.
Hi...! II.. I ii.. i. Oiifu- it.i- im... ..iil li.li Ihe : airoiisrlv iinhhstU. .1 Uui fail (Oat dm tora u aril off illM-aiw 01 m i-iOlnsr It lien iiolosr "'' "
. f ajiinaaait IrMi Is u i.ulil fail tu- n.lrii I. itf vllalllir suit hla fspa Kaattilnar UMiiai h
mttm i. rii. In ilia dutv riot to niivnllon tL U ltd Hia hoovaio-v rtr vnuth. If rtsmnla tb' all foraw of ln.iloUii aa
lis- 1 - .ln.siul Iflns Nam Vi.rli I'll v irl an amiM ..lilw fairs Mm ato.k I. ailu.ii tiiaiu J
and Medical Autnor. sftf Wet tn hi re- reel weak and rui
rent talk. "Ho physirtans on the grave and tlH-mevea with hatiit lormlng drugs bntuiiitt u
nerious cohseoueitces or iron neiieimry siimuiant. and sieotioh- beverage i am
lM)l wch suiu iun-iiii-.il MiflMau oi UORIIIK lhal On IM Li I. (lilt SIM (HI ui aay
--ks Iron and tartaaaa
. ar wr la fW vaasaj
fttcd iron for tbcir weak.
oraaiilr In Utouaaiida of caaes and there
run down by the Uvea of thousands might be saved aaK Usa uu
r tt u 4
id aTjssi nK'Sa M
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