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Author of "In El Stepa," "Rotart
CopvnvU, vol. ly Ckariaa U. SbtUtm
Just ttie thine! I don't bollere Tom
my own him. Wo have pot to do
omothinc ami do it hard. If Tommy
nmlnll puts tip thtw double ilovkoris
otitrnry to tho city onllnamv. hare
v pot to confoss tlmt tlww Is no Mich
tiling as jiiMior In a city like this, in
tMuntry like ours, after twenty cotv
'i'P j et let Jit .Varsf" ;
tiiri.s c' :1ip Christ of Oo.'.? Oh. Mis.'
Amlrctvs. ii cannot It pussililr tlmt oui
r.ppml to the people themselves, in c:is
c il other tiie.ins fail, will also fnf ', I'o
J"oi: hfiV!' r.l! Ini:ite hope in the people'''
She turm i! her Muo eyes towril hiiii.
tad thev v ore plisteuini v i;h tenrs
Vhstover lnr fivlinc vas towiird hiiu.
be was one of those preet souls vho
can carry I:; their henm love for one
lielnp nnJ the multitude as well. AV,
Jme love with her roust have been of
the Liphe; exaltation.
"I believe In the people tit l.ist. I!
til else I" :i : we will appeal to then.
These wrongs c:imint po on forever. 1
cannot believe that od Tvill permit It.
Child life must be too precious In hi
"And yet think of all these years, of
all you have done and suffered, of the
thousands of innoeent lives that have
lieen smothered and buried alive la
these places of horror. lo you lose
your faith; do .yon1'
. i .tTK ny friendr sbnp. ttnll
"T. TQg, "tnd Is, not fluau. neu i uatt
(alth,.I -all die. ileantrhile"
Tkr l.nai Frit Waat.
Inreritor 1 have a machine that will
xc&ke our fortune tow. Ifg a slot ma
chine w:tl. s i.- attarhmfti. A'.; I
war.- i- t.ct.-'-- t t uj a loi of 'tn.
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"MMBWhtl wt art pvwcrtcM, witk
all tala money la 6ur hands, unleM wt
can atop Bandall la mmm way. Of
coon h wtU never aell ua the lota
Our only in for the money would be
to purcaaaeaoiaaof the ooburned terri
tory and tear down. But It would I
enormously expensive. The city outfit
to condemn and. buy up all tbla district
and pat up municipal tenements. Of
conne I know you believe In atl that,
but a city government that produces
and aourwbee men Itfce Tommy Itan
daJl would aa soon be eipeeted to open
Its council meetings wfth prayer aa to
put up city tenements. Our only nope
lies in stopping the erection of those
double decker In violation of the ordi
nance." Miss Andrews silently looked out ef
the window. Over at the extreme end
of the burned area Tommy Randall
with the little group of men was still
at work laying out measurements for
th contemplated tenement. It was
growing late In the afternoon, and the
men would soon be going away. Over
at the other end of the library Miss
Hammond had been busy at work over
one of the lecture programmes. She
went out as Gordon was speaking
about the tenements.
Miss Andrews calmly sat looking at
the scene from the window, and John
Gordon, seated a little back from her,
w here, however, he commanded a view
of her face as the fading light from
the larpo window fell upon It. suddenly
r.iaile a resolve that In Itself was not
really as sudden as It seemed. Some
times a swift action has ripened under
a slow process.
"WtU yon allow me to confide In you
s.imcthinc 1 feel Impelled to say to
Tlure w:is a short silev; then her
voicij nnswerttl quietly:
Cordon went on a little hurriedly, as
If he for.rod the loss of the Impulse
that had prompted him to speak.
"You saw Miss Ma roll. You know
from the newspaper accounts my for- J
mer relation to her?"
"I remember." '
"I asked her apaln flils afternoon to
be my wife and come to live with me
here. She refused. Po yon think a
man in my position, with the life I
have chosen to live, ought to ask a wo
man to come and live with me here, to
share all these trouble, to bear all
these burdens? Is the test 1 made for
her too sever 7"
There was silence. It was broken by
the quiet voice.
To you still love Miss Marsh?"
"No," answered John Gordon slowly,
lie was seated and had put his hand
over his face.
The group of men over at the end of
the view from the window separated
and went away. One of the residents
came Into the library and started to
light the candles which were placed In
an old fashioned silver candlestick
which always stood In the center of
i?eviiwi:i v.one of Miss An
drewsT fancier Candlelight, site used
to say, was mare literary than elec
tricity. Tlease do not light the candles vet
Miss rarwelL" the voice In the win- j
dow quietly called. 1
Miss Farwell went nut. and in the 1
dark .Vl:n Gordon coulii feel Lis heart
KTEIl tiwLiii M.hs
A lid re wf fcn f :
"w bay 'uu.' Iaj
Joul VuruuL an-ii up bi imd The
dubi- had UejjeDeC. HU(1 iin -VUi(l w
ODiy tiie.ouUiut) of Lvr fuce.
"Vou hu'e UW- uiifce:l iny qu:
t.UU Mir AliUlff. ViC I Cj b'T 1.11
it.'jwuw WiiL 1 tuad- it n t'.s. u' U r
li.-e.iii).- tltt fi cuiiie (loi. ini''-
Oitttu" I to lu. USK11! l-r to io tiiaf' "
"Hutii' i L- ijity haKrr i'tr lt lu
lin- t... lur voi; or for u,l---y"-u
ro.'r iorr..-J.v -' or Jw iiii.v
";. fas Ujt:. lu1 Lr. been r;ar
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"it uo. f.r to bk tufc!" Ue tx
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Detent to auawer all your question
The roulm of love ia a realm of myste
rious contradictiona. 1 am sure of only
one thing. The test you made waa not
too great. It waa the only test possible.
I would warn you, however, as your
senior by ten years that you do not
too hastily Judge of your feeling."
"But supposing," Gordon went on
nervously "supposing I bad begun to
feel attracted toward"
Be could not see her face at all now
and could only feel that In some way
what he said waa unwelcome. Be did
not flnlah, and in the alienee Ford came
Into the room and lighted the candle,
alias Andrews rose and went over to
the table and asked Ford some ques
tion about the day's work, and when
dinner was announced a few mlnutea
later she went out and took her place
at the head of the table as usual. When
John Gordon came out and took hia
eat, he saw the placid, earnest face
heightened perhaps In color, but bear
ing the usual quiet seriousness that dla
tlngulshcd her. ,
The talk ut table turned upon Tommy
Randall and his plans. It was the con
sensus of opinion that nothing could be
done except In the way of enforcing
the building ordlnoncos. And every
body agreed that from p:wt attempts
the probability was very small that
Tommy could ever le convicted.
"Tor my own satisfaction." said Gor
don after they had discussed every
phase of the remarkable situation. "1
want to see the mayor and have a per
sonal Interview with him. Let us strike
Miss Andrews smiled sadly. "Mr.
Gordon, youth is always rash." Gor
don colored as if he understood her to
mean it in a double sense. "Hut pi
and the see the mayor. I've no objec
tions. Need 1 say I hare seen him sev
eral times to no purpose? Has a parti
san machine any place In Its mechan
ism for hiauan mercies?"
Gordon felt abashed. "I did not menu
to hliK that I could do anything. 1
simply wanted to put the city govern
ment to the test in a plain matter of
human right and Justice. It will be
more for my own satisfaction and ex
perience than anything else."
"Go your way. Yon will get the ex-
perienec without fall," answered Miss
Andrew, with a look which contained
a depth of sadness oat of her own ex
perience that haunted Gordon all the
n evert neiesa the next day he went - ent was in Kurope. But a deputy lls
down to the city hall and asked to see tened to him with an nlrof polite roslg
the mayor. After a delay of half an 1 nation, as If he were losing valuable
hour he w admitted. As he entered time.
four men came out of the room. They Whp Gordon waa through, he said:
were talking excitedly, and Gordon oh, Mr. Gordon, that's altogether
could bear the name "Julius Cham- fttM vrr ti.i-u.iwi, vn !,- ...
"So Julius Chamber Is making him
self talked about at headquarter,"
Gordon murmured to himself. "I mst
know that man."
He was ushered Into the mayor'a of
fice by the doorkeeper and faced a
slightly bnilt, rather aristocratic look
ing man, carefully dressed. Gordon
had seen him on public occasion. "but!
had never before met him personally.
"You are the son of the late Rufu
Gordon, eh? Ye. Knew your father)
quite wdl. He was a stanch supporter
oi uie party ana a man to be dependud
upon. Sorry to know of his financial
1-sses jus: before his death."
Tilt' mavor -Hs a Pllfti j- SI,9ten
ruuti, with a sliclit hesitation at the
ciid of his sentence that g:;ve a listen
er the Idea of mental indecision, n t
burne out by his puliticul career.
"What cj:n 1 do for you?" he said'
suddenly. Gordon wus not prepared
for i:. The tone wus suddenly hard. I
brisk, businesslike. i
"A gti.id deal, lir. Mayor, if you
"Thi.t's the usual stateriient, Mr.
Gordon. That's what they all say. Of
course yoe've come to vt Koujethiiig.
They nil do." The mayor spoke with a
tone of resignation thut struck Gordon
us unusuaJly impersoiiuL j
"Yet. 6tr; 1 dd couifc to get boiue
thing. hull I have ui iiMi)ogi to oCer
for IL U-cuuwe It itt somethiiig UiBt any
good chiavn uuht to get. and that its
"1 sj-eific. JuHtKv lb no: delivered
here In wlioieBule lots."
Of It d.d!wKl ut till?" Oodou bomt
out. Th mayor couliy eyed niui.
"That (ienvtids. Klute your errutid,
younr ujul. Other urv wuiting."
"Itv you ktiow3'omu!y lUtndar"
The mayor ruined his eyebrow.
"I know a part of hiiu. Kubody
knowii all of Totiiu.y."
"lie is one of tut- Utitest rabcala In
"Tliif i nut iie t " 'J'iii- mayor looked
"Ye. Mr. Mayor; it 1 news to thin
iKiUiUu4'.r:ttiot.i. Whut it tins Inuu,
'ioinuiy Kundull? lie is not uu otlieer
of the cjiy, he iti not uutborioed to tuij?
part in llh affairs, yet la- dinateis"
"lie klxr.'iti'-. Otliele uie WUililig.
SU1I4 your i-iruijd. youuj' inaii." 'J lie
wotdrtiCalfit' hard, incisive, Jil.e the bit
ing of coi: st !.! Ou.Ktel. Gordon Slid
(li ul.v pull-l up. and iiytive betoudis lie
was a i.-'jiji and rU-hW beadinl as ti.i
linpan-ivi- pj!itial tiguie fcilt,a tijei.
a' llir (a-m .
1 1. 1 hwlf. fxecful u.i.iiaer that
chai'aeeri i imu w hi-u UiM ii to It by
!' lie Itfifber be p.l-tUU'.i l'.aljciali H
Ii ',- v , iat.ol. of t:,i- ii,ii.i,g oi 'ii-
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.1.:,'.- of !: i''-o;ii f liiiM-ry.
.... i . l J it ondej'f ully
t .1 i;.or was n ally iiiler
' 1 i.e iliteil'liple.:.
:i' i.;::i.n al.oi.l tl.e tviiidow
u.r'.i in proportion to lio;r
n.eaii lo tell lue tii'-re uie
v,..-. 1 I,., lajor was l-aiiy iiiler-
i '..-i Oi. he iiiU-il oiA..-.:. .-n.p.ahil would he to u lino lug
1 i',i, ,;' 'uhw that Tommy iianlal' would luw hi
pa... 1. ;.i.r..! ,11 p.opoiiiiii to ILJ double decker all bllilt Ulid ilihublled
una 1 1', y,n laean lo tell me tie-re uie :t.,,v tllo ru tape hud nil l.-ii un
:..ri. h.-i.ooiah in ihe Waterldf wound fr.iu the compluhit filed wllh
duict ?" j ti,L. Uepurtmeiit.
'"J hiu- tiM.a:..l to hundred a d nt. culiu. Uti V Uopu Uunu ud
aevei.u. u, :r. And vUIMreu rA in' had a cwJtwtnco with Mlaa Audrcwi.
tUuiUe' j uw nirfectly mllfclled oi to tbla
"Go oa," the mayor aald la a tow
When Gordon waa through, the may
or was contemplatively allant
"You've come to the wrong place,
Mr. Gordon. I cant do anything to
Tommy RandalL What you want to do
la to lay a complaint before the city
building department, The whole bual
nesa la under their Jurisdiction and
properly should come Jf ore them. I
regret exceedingly to hear what you
say about the tenements. I had no Idea
matter weie so bad. Of course the
housing problem la a vexed question In
all large ccutera of population, and all
reformers, 1 believe, are agreed that no
problem presents so uiauy"
"Io you claim, Mr. Mayor," Gordon
Interrupted, but his blood always boiled
up In hi in when a man lied to him.
"that you do not know about the tene
ment house conditions In Waterside
district? Has Miss Andrews told it so
badly that you have forgotten It?"
The mayor's face was dark. He
raised hi eyes to Gordon, but lowered
"You have come to the wrong place
to prefer your complaint, sir. Go to the
city building department Is thnt nil
your errand?" .
"It Is," replied Gordon, and ife rose,
turned his back on his honor the nmyor
and without another word walked out
of the ollW. Gordon had such supreme
contempt for a deliberate Unr that he
used to s:iy It choked him to brent lie
the same air wild him in the same
At the noon meal he told the story of
his Interview with the mayor.
Miss Andrews looked at him qnletly.
"The same old storv. And now"
"Now for the city building depart
ment." "It's the regular routine. After that
the state board of health, then the state
factory and tenement house Inspectors,
She spoke with her usual deliberate
patience, and Gordon colored.
"I know. I am simply follovwlug a
bettor person than myself, but""
"But you are man," she said wistful
ly. "You may succeed with some of
John Gordon looked doubt fuL But In
j the afternoon he went down to the cltv
hall agaln,-irnd after a Ions and vexa
tious delay he ma imped to ret a hear
ing with one of the Ulcers of the city
building department. The s.iperintend-
carry your complaint up before the
state board ef health. 1 can furnish
you with the necessary blank on which
to make conpUint. Are you a regular
tenement house inspector?"
"Then possibly you will be required
to file your complaint wtth the factory
and tenewnt house inspector's conr
mission. "Sometime the complaints arc
made out to one body, sometime to an-
"They have complaints, then, do
they?" asked John Gordon ironically.
"oh, yes, yes." the deputv replied
hurriedly. "Sorry we can't do "anvthins.
j i;ut the whole a Stir is outside mir de-
' partmeut. Glad to have me: you. Good
tiay. Mr. Gordon."
(iordoii WLiit rifrht over to the room
of the state Uiard of bealih.
AftiT the usual delay he was ushered
into the ofliee of a urrvous little man
who said, without turning from his
desk at which he was writing:
"I'.e so kind as to stake your business. !
find le brief, a time is precious." 1
"So is human life." said Gordon, rlni ;
had refused the chair at which the ;
officer had nodded when his visitor en- '
The man at the desk Jumped as if Ue
had been u -iawted!y hit on fhe buck. I
Then be ti TjM erouiid nod lnxifced at 1
"Whut did you say?" '
"You said time wus prwaVms. and 1 1
suid, So is human life." Uoth state- 1
lucuu are true, but I think mlue I. j
more imjKirtunt" !
"AJx yes; jow.illy, possibly. Will j ou !
state your rnutd?" !
Gordou beguii, but he hui0tK Ifme
fur,, when the man ut tbe deiik. Jutof
rujiled. "Are you a U-neuient bouse lnsixie-
"1 urn." j
"Ueularly (jutlithrdy j
-J'hi u you ou;,'ht to .nrry this com- I
plaint to tb. Ixjurd of stute factory uud I
tenement i. sH.-tiou."
"What eoines after tlx-mt" UKl.-d
I "What is tiio next pull! r body at
j Which I shall IX' referred alKr the f. e I
j t'jty aiid teiMtiiient inspn 'ioii i,!y dv
j l:ie.- H it sii!ihibility in the i! .;in r?"
j 'J lie Jiau Kiavely stared at ' ordon.
I "lJoli'1 b t ll keep j.,u u...' , to- :
I liiKiit." mid Gordon, in diep d;,-! ;t aa
j la- wni ni . a ml ui It was too late to
j tall oa the H'.ale factory und teln luel.
1 V.itj-cl ;o:i b'i.y he went back to Ho) -,
iloUhi-, when- he Iniude Ull allelnpt I i
J K-u- ;: hmiionuii uccouiit of nl if
j U'rm'r . I ieia.1 , but d.Miially la lnl,
I !. 1 iiilii h' e by the hok uu iij ..--
j A i. 1 e a n' f..ee.
j lie wint ili'.vn to the city haltju-it
day :. .ii fi .;.il lh.it lie- htu!.' la. t.y
.' i:.i-;i' '.ii i- I ,' i ui regular .-.-loiiij on
l.-t .r' i:io;itli. 1 101.1 all the
'.;!,: h ' liiild ain Ii.' c olicltalc-d '
I. a- 1. i.;..- in; would have lo ill
,JU11 ., f,,,,. ,.,,;y tt,,u, ,.oii.-,ldej-
admlntstratkM.' Gordon aald, speaking
with reprtswd lndlgnatlem. "They are
11 a set of political thterea. What do
they cart for humanity? Bo far aa I
can learn there baa never been a con
viction during the whole of the present
administration for violating tenement
bouse ordinance There have been
numerous complaints filed at different
times, but they have all been treated
with the moat Insolent contempt or po
litely entered In some department
there to He untouched. Rut there Is
one course open to us now. und I'm
going to take It"
"Of course I know what you mean.
You can carry a complaint directly to
the city attorney, have Tommy arrest
ed and bring the case Into the jM.llce
court Do you know how ninny times
we have had Tommy arrested?"
Gordon shook his head til surprise.
"Within the last eight years, for one
thing and another, Tommy Randall has
been arrested a tunny as llfteen times,
with no result except failure on our
part to convict. 1 .t you wonder tluit
we women In Hope House have given
up arresting Tommy?"
"It seems to me tjie perseti to arrest
Is the mayor." growled Gordon, "i'.e
fore God, he Is guilty If ever 111:111 wax."
"Arrest Tommy and lirile.' the ease in
Julius Chumhcr.s' court. According to
the statute law, the Jurisdiction of
('hamlM'rs' court extends to all cases l:i
Waterside district. 'hainbi rs has uev
it had 11 case of this kind. I'rem n'l
that we know of him so far he Is not
afraid of Itan. hill nor In liny way In
debted to hlm."
Gordon gravely assented, lie was si!
ttug In the library, where h',.t vie-,.-through
the window extended down
rtoweu street to Ihe end of the lt :;; . '.
district, ab could see 11 nn:p of uei h
men layln:: out I'outuln lions for Tom
ntv h lllsl ooiM'le decker.
The slht suggested a plan to Gor
don, ami he went out and walhed over
to the place.
Tommy ltandnll was at the farther
end of the lot, but as Gordon came up
he wilkcd over to the street and said
with cheerful Insolence.
"Fine day for building, Mr. Gordon."
Gordon went down to the end of the
lot The basement excavation hud been
made, nnd the unisons were at work on
the foundation wall.
Gordon came buck to where Kandiill
Still stood. 4 v
"Ot coureoiyoii'fcnnw your rear end
line for thls'buSldliig runs llfteen feet
farther bouLTi than the law allows?"
Tommy Randall was chewing a bit
of pine splinter. He spit out the piece,
then turned toward John Gordon.
"Ia this your building that' going
up? ron't you worry about me. 1
know what I'm doing."
Ihcu to Gordon's surprise Itaudall
came up close to him and saiJ In what
was" Intended for n bluff, hearty man
ner: "Say, Mr. Gordon, what's the use
of. quarreling with me over this little
matter? Of course I know thnt tech
nically the, ordinance isn't lived up to,
but It Is practically n don'd letter any
how. None of the contractor ever pay
any attention to it What difference
does it make nnyhow? I mean to put
up a pood building, and the people
know my rent are fair. No one ever
complained tCVt-TomirVy Uandall ever
screwed 'em for rent when It was hard
to get Live and let live Is my motto."
Gordon looked hlm in the eye.
"Mr. Randall, on know or ought to
know that this double decker you are
rutting up here is a death trap ami
that the law distinctly provides for this
Fpacc at the rear of the lot to give the
tenement dwellers sufficient light ami
air at that end of the building. After
you hive got your building up it will
be a fire trap like old'o. 10. You de
liberately violate not Aiily the ordi
nance iu regar.l yyupr sijJoe, but you
ore planning toYrViLne other provisions
of tiie building Vts In regard to light
ing area and nVtal staircases. I've
seen your plans, jrhd they are nothing
more nor less than copies of plans of
No. 91. I'll have you arrested unless
you change the ground plans of this
"You will, ohr
Tommy spit out another piece of
splinter and contemptuously started
down toward the mtiwms. "It ain't t!ie
first time I've been arrested, Mit tin'
fellows that docs It remembers Jt
louger'n I do." s
GotUtjii went orerNth Ford to the
city hall, und togethcrthey swore oul
u complulnt otfoie the city attorney.
That olliecr cyVd Gordon rather curi
ously, t:sl while his assistant was
making o'Jt the wurrai.t Gordon asked
u few questions.
"This case w 111 i-ome ill Judi! Cham
bers' court v'
The ussi.-t.iiit looked up dial paused
Iu his wriui
".(' city attorney eyed Gordon aalll.
"Judge Chamber has Jlll'lsdi.iioti ill
t!i.' Waters. district. It Las been ens
loina ry, l-owcwr, to follow I lie pn e
uleiil established by the new building
tot of "JT and call these a:a s ill the
district euuri "
"Jury i a k '"
"A; . I I.;. I.t In sa!i
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.: --.I lv
G il .Jon v 1 1.1 01a
this waiTaisl will
pear before Judye
ill. I.'luhlll In it 1 1
I 'h.. I .11 I . If cases
that coii..' 111. dcr llic
bulldiiig'uct of 1VJ7 11
A ISHlllJ Of Mil
liijiali il f run;
the police court of JinJo ChauihelH, di.
they l to the court tit ipi.i als or Iht
court of upechil pb-anV"
Thy city uLlorney henllaU-d.
"Thu toiut of IpJ.euU. Thei'O U Jlc
choice Iu the mutter."
Gordtn was HUunt Tho clly sttorne;
eyetf him ggulu jvltii Internt
th.it ihe i'i, a,
n 1 .-s ii; ease.-, if viiilila.ii
.'ICS has II. e I'l-.lll I I a;i
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Is the l.-MV.'' J he I alln, -ia
...1 .- . a.iiiL'ly w :t .1 1 . i iia i
xieart if or xe&f
Pain Wont Fro,
Heart to Head,
Dr. Miles' Heart C,
and Nervine Cured,
"About .three teen eo m
bdl affected witft heart lioul.,:",
raltfi ol the heurt that wcdid nmelji
to live. Although e had a lirst-clia 1
ician lie grew wuine unrlrr Hi stI "
She hnd a iwollrn drnpnital .,l
in,.,,... . ii. ..1 .. ... - la
..y,u...i .,.1.,.,., ... . Iln, .
lu-n he would trader the iiiom t,3
ing moan and abrirks. At t.nirt ik, J
would go from hrr In ait to her licia.Jl
lump would iear on hrr tempi; 1"
lare as an egg. One night Mlt iJi'
bed and rail into the hack yanl ci, I
pain; he was imt coimcinui ol n,
ml u iift lir.iiii.ltt lini-k liilliM I...
ii 'is. 1 le.tigi.l l. r lirr a licit e ra.k , 9
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The voice etiuie lu an iiddnl rceei
".otnwnf out my owu worn.
"Have you tho measuri'uiooa
nrndc with you?"
(onion produced a paper r;
rotmh (liaiiitn murked on it sicJ
I ho distance froui the front of H.
Ktreet to the end of the lot tuUnjJ
cIkIiI IV et and tho foundation tu
the building lo meiiBure the ami
LOSS Of Hi
When you can't cat k L
When you can't eat hr
WIIV VVi, & I MbM.
and butter, take
Emulsion. When you
been living on a milk did
want something a little
To Set fat you must
fat. Scott's Emulsion!
Those who have lost
want to increase all
tissues, not only fat
bone, flesh, blood
For invalids, for
valescents, for comurnK
for weak children, lot
who need flesh,
Emulsion is a rich and
fortable food, and a
Scott's Emulsion fori
flesh, blood and nerve
We will q
a free samp'
R tun that IM
In th lorm d 15
of Emulsion y1!
SCOTT & Ba
409 Pearl St
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illQ Mi. ,i.i m
luad of Mit'4 went ly nd,rj
to tho ijuxt rotim, fche CtAiai
tun in mil 1 1 1 air A iff if lid A
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