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Red Dealn Ging erly
With Auburn -4
Haired Haired Women
By THURDE RAYLE BRUCE
N DEALING with the red-headed type of woman I must walk
gingerly. In regard to her I should like to make free with
a little known but exquisite French proverb. Skipping that,
however, I will say the red-headed type carries the danger sig
nal. Like the ubiquitous and expensive red taxicab, she is not
infrequently-and I feel that that is putting it well-of a
queenly disposition. Mostly she has green eyes, of a contra
dictory, cold nature. She does this red hair of hers in an aure
ole. There is about her an aroma of the old, glad, mad days
of the portcullis and battlemented wall, if I may say so with
out appearing personal. She carries herself for the most part-you will
notice that I am bein' very correct-very erect, very Pompadourly.
Good red hair and great green eyes are worth making a fuss about.
If the red-headed type, who generally has long, but unnoticeable eyelashes,
is clever enough to put a slight line of artistic black beneath them, you
.may as well consider yourself to be the usual number of skittles, for down
you will go.
Now, let us come nearer to the red-headed type. Let us approach
her and analyze. Let us be chemists and forget we are men. The red
headed typo is not very general. She forms the exception to the rule. Her
average is about 'one per cent. She may be found, however, at dances,
where she invariably is clothed in art tints. She has a penchant for lib
erty, and she makes a corner in aloofness. She is, if I may say so, like a
forty-candle power electric type under a thick green shade.
Warily, warily, my friend, for the red-headed type has a red-hot tem
per. Should her dignity be upset by the fraction of an inch she will say
those things which are better left unsaid. She does not quietly take um
brage: she gets into the very dickens of a temper. But I must say that
she doesn't do this often.
She is mostly a queen. She moves, or rather glides, in her small
circle, throwing favors to a kneeling crowd of worshipers, bearded and
scraped. She takes all that-she can get, and gives noth lng. She is one
unbroken round of good taste, if you follow me.
She talks in periods about Love, always with a big L, mind you, she
Is not. insincere. At, no. She hasn't got it in her to be insincere. She
hasn't. sufficient depth for that great gift. She is just a silly, red-headed,
green-eyed, queenly, handsome thing on whom you can spenld a patrimony
and receive no change.
Every man she meets comes, according to her, under her sway, within
her aura, if I may say so without knowing what it means. She is, as you
will see, if you are not hopelessly gone, if you are not hefreckled out
of common sense, a laughter-making darling. But. of
all the types extant she is the one to whom you can
really make love.
You can say anything you like, anything you've
read, anything that seems in the cold light of day
utterly ridiculous, and yet you cannot be foolish. You
caniL14Li rt her head-fron your kneelin'
position-headlines, quotations, but you cannot do
'more than kiss the Ilem of Ier robe. To her a kiss
is a Sacred Thing, only to be received and given when
she has Found Love.
And when she has found it, what then ? Why'
she leaves her pose behind her in the ancestral halls,
4 ~and immediately develops into a good wife and a
___________ sound mother.
___________________________ What will people do with t wo more day
light hours of leisure ? asks a writer.
* Well, it would enable them to visit
Uses torbathing beaches, for which they clamor,
oftener than once a week in daylight.; to
iv~or- enjoy a cool evening's ride by daylight to
I~ay i~ht some of the outlying parks or suburbs on
Hoursone of the various street-car lines.
It would also be possible to secure andl
cultivate a small garden, where they could
devote more daylight to growing and en
By WALTER B. LEUTZ joying better and cheaper fruits and vege
. Also it would enale thenm to save 'about
two-thirds of the present expense of artificial light, as well as the resultant
strain on the eyes caused by excessive use of such lght.
T1hey could enjoy .any numb~er of outdoor amusements and sports
daily, instead of on Saturday half holidays and Sundays, as at present.
'All of this would work for better health and would reduce doctors' and
Would eight or ten hours' work under "more daylight" conditions be
so much more exhausting than under present conditions? It would leave
14 to 16 hours of rest, as now.
Probably on' furthuer consideration he would place the soft pedal on
his "no" and join the ranks of the enthusiasts, regardless of whether we
are copying our English cousins, who, no doubt, get more health and pleas
ure out of life than the vast majority of us more up-to-date Americans.
_____________________ It has been asserted that in the west
the cowboys are looked upon as common
workmen and that the western girls do not'
C oivboynotice them. That's what they say when
Talks ofthey are in the big cities, but if the people
could see them among the cowboys they
' W e terncould see for themselves whether the west
era girls regard them as common workmen.
Girls was a cowboy for 12 yea" and have
had experience in the western states and
I also have been with the 101 ranch as one
By WILLIAM RECHITINWALD of the expert bucking horse ridlers and I
_____________________ know the western girls from A to ZA.
'The wvestern girls ha-ve to work just as
hard as the cowboys. They do not have it as easy as the eastern girls.
And as to an American girl marrying an Indian, I think she is sen..
sible. I would rather see her marry him than to see her marry a duke
or lord with a title.
There are a lot of girls who spe~nd their vacation in the west. andl on
their return to the cities they respect a cowboy as a gentleman and( that
gets the western girl jealaus, because the cowboys pay more attention to
IS EPILEPSY CONQUERED?
New York Physioians Have Mar
Cures to Their Credit.
New York, April 4.-Advices frol
every direction fully confirm previox
reports that the remarkable. treatmej
for epilepsy being administered by tl
consulting physicitns of the Dr. Wate
man Institute is achieving wonderfl
results. Old and stubborn cases ha'
been greatly benefited and many p
tients claim to have been entire:
Persons suffering from epilepi
should write at once to Dr. Watermt
Institute, 122 East 25th st., Branch 6
New York, for a supply of the rened
which is being distributed gratuitousl
How He Averted a Duel.
The following is told of former So
ator Joe Blackburn of Kentucky:
In the days of his youth the Ke
tuckian was asked by a friend to se
ond him in a duel. He consented, at
at sunrise the parties met at the a
pointed place. Now, it was this Ke
tucklan's duty to say the last wor(
touching the terms of the duel. Du
although he Taithfully performed th
duty, the duel never took place.
A murmur of "Why not?" invariab
goes arou'nd whenever this story
told, whereupon the answer is as f<
"For a very simple reason. Wh
Joe finished speaking it was too dai
for a duel."-Harper's Magazine.
SCALES ALL OVER HER BOD
"About three years ago I was F
fected by white scales on my kne,
and elbows. I consulted a doctor wl
treated me for ringworm. I saw i
change and consulted a specialist at
he claimed I had psoriasis. I conti
ued treatments under him for abo
six months until I saw scales brea
ing out all over my body save n
face. My scalp was affected, and n
hair began tq fall. I then chang<
doctors to no avail. I went to tv
hospitals and each wanted to make
study of the case and seemed unab
to cure it or assure me of a cure.
tried several patent medicines ai
was finally advised by a friend wl
has used Cuticura on her childr
since their birth, to purchase ti
Cuticura Remedies. I purchased
cake of Soap, the Ointment and t]
Resolvent. After the first applicati<
the itching was allayed.
"I am still using the Soap and Oi
ment and now feel Uat none other
good enough for my skin. The psc
insis has disappeared and I ever
where feel better. My hands were
disfigured before usin- the Cuticu:
Remedies that I had to wear gloves i
the time. Now my body and han,
are looking fine." (Signed) Miss Sa
Burnett, 2135 Fitzwater St., Philadi
phia, Pa., Sept. 30, 1910.
Cuticura Soap (25c) and Cuticu
Ointment (60c) are sold througho
the world. Send to Potter Drug
Chem. Corp., sole props., 135 Colui
bus Ave., Bloston, for free book on j
fections of the skin and scalp.
And They Were.
Boarder (on leaving)-Madami, y
are one of the nost honest persons
have' ever met.
Landladly-Pm'z glad to hear you 5
Boarder-Yes; your honesty is ey
apparent -on the very front of ye
establishment.-Your sign says "Boar
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Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle
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infants and children, and see that
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The Kind You Have Always Dougli
Alice-I like Tom immensely ar
he's very much the gentleman; bl
he does like to talk about himself!
Grace-Yes, dear, your knight hai
a thousand I's.-Puck.
CHILDREN WHO ARE SICKLY.
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It has always appeared to me thi
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an asset in commercial as in dipi
matic affairs.-Lord Cromer.
planly norintd on evryout
east m~rn utin noSr and Irn ama ia
anrd teIon brls upico 0system. Bold by
'The heart is a small thing, but dI
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Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of Sweet Gu
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Cough and all throat and lung troulies.
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It fs no use rumnning; to sct ouit b
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Soa. .o tt
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Is A POLITICAL TALK.'
Id "We've scoured the town tor VoLes."
"And now I suppose you expect a
m clean election."
10 HOW TO CURIE RIHINIUMATISM.
a The cause of rheumatism is excess
le uric acid in the blood. To cure rheum
atism this acid must be expelled from
the system. theumatism fs an inter
nal disease and requires internal
. remedy. 1tubbinh with oils and lini
ments may ease the pain. but they will
is no more cure rheumatism than paint
r- will change the fiber of rotten wood.
Cures Ithenntismit To Stay Cured.
Y- Science has discovered a perfect and
30 complete cure called Rheumacide. Tent
ed in hundreds of cases, it has effected
ra marvelous cures. Rheumacide removes
til the cause. gets at the Joints from the
Ilnside, sweeps the poisons out of the
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ra the bowels and kidneys. Sold by drug
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at 25c. and 50c., by mail. Booklet freo.
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ra Gets At The Joints From Tho Inside.
& Moissant's Comparison.
U1. "The late John B. Moissant was a
Lf. genial as well as a skillful airman,"
said a Chicago editor.
"I remember well a 'vi'sit he once
made me, with drawings of an aero
au plane oil his own invention under his
I arm. I joked him a little about the
machine-it certainly bad a heavy.
m.y awkward look. But he said with a
n"'Oh, don't judge even an aeroplane
ur by its outside. What if the man who
d- discovered the oyster hadn't stopped
to pry open the shel1?' "
Much Easier to Handle.
of Mabel-Father's so glad you're a
it ScrIbbler-Ah, like yourself, he
Mabel-Oh, no. But you see poets
can't fight. The last lover of mine ho
L.tried to throw out was a football
d A Sign,
it "Is your wife still treating you
~h "Ia she'? Gave me ice pudding for
What is palssing in the heart of an
ether rarely escapes the observation
ng of one who is a strict anatomiist of
or. bfrs. winslow's Soothing Ryrup for Children
teething. softenis the gums. rediuces innlama-,
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eMen astonish themselves far more
-than they astonish their frierads.
JIohn Oliver liobbes.
M Better general healthl is sure to follow
a the use of the natural Iherb laxative, Gar
u.field Teca. It corrects constipation.
S A 'uspicious woman raises a large
crop of doubts.
Color more goods brighter and faster colors than any<
dye any garment without ripping apart. Write for
iHe (after silence)--I'll soon have
tto go away on a trip to bore wells.
She (tartly)-Well, I'm sure that is
a big improvement over boring peo
u. Fo HEADACuHE-flicks' (IAPUDIINU
Wether fronm Colds, Heat, Stomeb or
18 Nervous Troubles, Capudine wIll relieve you.
15 It's li tid-pleasant to take- nets immnedi
io ately. 'ty it. l0c., 260., and 50 cents at drug
0e Think all you speak, but speak net
all you think.-Delarem.
tose ugly, grizzly. gray hais. Use "L Ca
"You are going to interest yourself
i this reform enterprise?" Cn
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"But I thought it was unfavorable feel!
3 your friends." ache
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Urifortunate Allusion. shov
She--Too many men expect their nen
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no can make bricks without straw. DE
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Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery ar
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