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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26. 1912.
AT THE BELASCO
President Taft and Other
at Benefit. '
The tint ktncmacolor pictures of tha
Panama, canal project were thrown on
tha screen at the Belasco Theater yea-
terday afternoon before ono of the moat I
dlatlngulshed audiences of the season,
and tha exhibit will be Riven again this
afternoon. The pictures were display
d under the auspices of the American
Red Cross for the benefit of the Bal
kan war fund.
President Taft was present and show
ed the. deepest interest in the nine reela.
In his' box was Miss Mabel Boardman,
nd Major Bhoads, hlr mlllmry uld.
The President expressed tils belief that
tha films were themselves a liberal
education In engineering; science and a
demonstration of what the United
States could do In that direction.
Admiral C. M. Chester made a short
address previous to the showing of the
pictures, ana kept up a running fire of
vommeni ana explanation uuring ma
display. Particularly Interesting were
completed, and of the great work of
tha steam shovel, the Instrument which obtrusively, as ever. ' lsltant.
has made the canal possible. Yct lon before the last course had ' For a long time he stood with bent
Another picture showed the workmen . ..,., rvrll morallv certain head, pondering deeply; then, throw
throwing red-hot rivets thirty or forty Men reached, Crll was morany cerr. n neao. .""??",,.-., if he had ar-
leet, where they eru skillfully .atiKlit
i5LS1aKe, ana pul , place Belor8
cooling. . . (
Colonel Ooethals rame In for a large
ehare of public attention, and hla pic-
ture was the signal for an enthusiastic
outburst from the audience. AdmlraK!
Cheater" said tho. greater . part of Ul
credit for. the building of the canal be-
longed to him, because it was hla brains
that solved the problems. All of the
K.000 canal employes, he said, accepted
a word from him as a law.
The exhibit this afternoon begins at
BALL ATt APITAL
James Preston Points Out Advan
tages Over Holding Event at
Holding of the Inaugural Ball In the
rotanda. Statuary hall and corridors of
tha United States Capitol Instead of m
the Pension building is suggested by
Superintendent James D. Preston of the
Senate press gallery.
Mr. Preston advances a number of
reasons for the innovation. The outlay
of money and labor would be less, he
points out. Moreover, there would bo
no danger from fire, ample room und
the. spectacle by night, with the Illumi
nations would be more magnificent than
any that is possible In the Pension Of
fice. The balf could be held in the Capitol
without Interruption of work, while It
Is Impossible to prepare the Pension
building for the occasion without halt
ing the activities of the Pension Office.
W. B. Hibbs To Leave
William D. Hibbs will be able to lra
the Homoeopathic Hospital, where ho
underwent an operation for appendicitis
five days ago, next Friday, accordlm;
to the announcements of physicians
ITS la rjroarca8lnir so rnDlJlv that nil
danger of any relapse 111 believed to !c
past. He will probably be able to leave
nls rjea wimin me nexi two aays.
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Synoptic of Prtrlow Ckspters.
Cyril Crlchttn. en Mi way back .to Uj
dun from France, whara he haa been
rch.n for hu wife, who has escepea
with Frenchman from aa ...asylum .i
which (hi hid btn commlttcil for In
unity eaueed by drink mnd druse. Bar
rowly mlesee th. train at Jiawhavea.
Filnslns himself on board, ha landa la a
compartment occuplad by a youna woman
heaMIr vailed. Wiortly aftarwanTa polios
Inspector remaa In. and the aln Ijstsrrer
ban crlchton to protect har. This ha
doaa by passlns her off aa ma wife. Tha
f;lrl becomes unoinacloua. and on arrlvina
n London appeare to be seriously III.
crlchton haa her eent. etlll " "U wlfa.
to a private hupltal. Meanwhile Cyril J
coualn. Lord Wllmeraley, haa been found
murdered In hie nrlvate ewlmmlna pool
Lady Wllmeretev. whom lha dead man
had kept virtually a prieoner, la mleelnj.
V Jf. 1!SVy. USSS "5 SLnfJefl?.
hdy 'e alto mlaaTnn from tha scene of
the tragedy, la the sin, in ".rs,
Lady Wllmeraley or lha miasm, meld?
that an automobile waa seen near tha
tno coronera inqueei u ";';
acene of tne treseay on tnmi nmni. -v".
now Lord Wllmerttey. heare from the doc
tor In chine of the ease that the jjlrl,
oatenelbly hie wife, la, aufTerlng from
aphaela and haa loat her Identity, fine la
not to be atartled. tha doctor decleree.
so Cyril la compelled to appear to her as
her hueband. With the alrl whan sha
came to tha hoaplUI were founa int wji-
(.-UllV U ma iiustai teas nav ?" "" a.1.
mereiey Jewels. These Cyril sives to Ms
friend, Ouy Campbell, to take care of. and
himself conceale tha bat. Later ha finds
that tha bas has dlaappeared.
Finsdi PrinU ia The Dust
S CYRIL sat toying with his dinner
he became more and mora im
pressed with the Idea that the
hutler had something on his
mind. How he got this Impression ne
formed his duties as precisely, as un-
"'",f.i', " ","h ' "irt t he Dlaced on
the table- then: havlna; motioned the ,
J,2",Bl '"," ".hi ".m. he half
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"";'. rhin th. mitt.rr' a.ked Cv-
II aMmtlnlal.... Ih. nlh.P a nllVl V.
The abrupt question seemed neither
to surprise nor to discompose the but
ler; yet he hesitated before finally an
swering: "I I don't quite know, my lord.
"Nonsense!'7 exclaimed Cyril Impa
tiently. "You must know whether or
not something haa' happened to upset
Douglas fidgeted uneasily.
"Well, my loru-ira tnis way, my mra
-Susan, the upper housemaid, says aa
how there haa been somebody or'-hcre
how there has been somebody or" here
hl vnipa tnnb in m. whleDer and he cast
I ' " . .- .." - - r . ,
ran apprenensive glance over nis anoiu-
acr or sometning in tne uorsry iei
night!" . . ,
Cyril put down the glass of wine he
was carrying to his lips untaatcd.
"She thinks she saw a ghost In the
Hbrary7" . .
"No. my lord, she didn't see anything,
but this morning she found linger marks
on the top of his lordship's desk."
"Pooh! What of that? One of the
servants may have gone In their out of
curiosity." . . . . . ,
But what wotfld anyhody be doing
there In the night. I should llko to
know? And Susan says those mirks
could only have been made lost night,
"On account of tha dust, my lord. It
take time for dust to settle, anil a
'ousemald who knowa 'er business can
toll after she's been In a place a couplo
of months Just about 'ow long It a been
since any particular piece of furniture
has been dusted. Aye. 8usan'a keen,
my lord. No young 'ousemald can pull
the wool over 'er eyes. 1 ran tell you.
"Does everyone know of Susan s sua-
"No. my lord; Suaan a a sensible wom
an, and though she was frightened
something terrible, she only told Mrs.
Eversley and Mrs. Eversley told me,
and we throe agreed we'd hold our
tongues. Hery one's that upset, as It
Is. that they'd all "ave 'hlgh-strlpes If
they knew that It was walking."
"Don't be a fool, Douglas. No one be
lieves In ghosts nowadays. But even If
there were such things, an Intangible
spirit couldn't possibly leave her linger
marks behind It."
"But. my lord. If you'll excuse me,
my aunt's cousin" began tho butler,
but Cyril cut him short
"I havo no time now to hear about
The Safety Tread takes orders from the brakes
gets busy and brings the car up standing.
fhe first bar to touch the
the ooze out of the way, and keeps it away
while the other dts get a good grip on the
clean spot under the tire.
100 branches aad service stations aad innumerable dealers everywhere caa
mow supply you with this new Safety Tread, ia any sixe and to fit any riaa.
The B. F. Goodrich Company. Akron, O. Largest in the World
THE TIMES' DAILY
KENT "W'14 O ? AtthorflTTwjagpoi
your aunt's cousin, though, no doubt, It
f. " " . .-.-.":.i:. .t,v. flend fln-n .
to me at once."
"Very xood. my lord."
Susan had, however, no further In
formation to impart. She was positive
that she had dusted the desk the day
beforj, and equally positive that the
marks must have been made some time
during the night. , .
"And it Is my belief they were made
by a skeleton hand," he added. "And
as for going Into that room again, In
deed I Just couldn't-not for nobody,
meaning no disrespect to your lordship.
And aa for the other 'ousemalds. they II
not go near the place either, and
haven't been since the murder."
"Very well, Susan, I shall not ask you
lo do so. Those rooms .shall be kept
closed till this mystery Is cleared up. I
will go now and lock them up myself."
"Thank you. my lord." .
opened the door of the library. This i
Blriaing rapidly across ira nn, 'if'"
part of the eaatle had been equipped
mkk ij,ri. nki and steam neat, and
as ha stepped Into tho darkness the
heavy-scented air almost made him reel.
Having found the switch he noticed at
once that the room had Indefinably
changed since he had been In It Inst.
Notwithstanding the heat, notwithstand
ing the flood of crimson Hghf which
permeated oven the farthest corners. It
had already, assumed the chill, gloomy
aspect of an abandoned apartment.
Stooping over the desk, he eagerly In
spected the marks which had so start!
edlhe housemaid. Yes. they were still
quite visible, although a delicate film i of
dust had already begun to soften the
reclslon or their ouiiine vorj ""'
hey certainly did look like the imprint
r skeleton lingers. .
He laid his own hand on the desk.
his nnj srs e
it a mars, ai icui mim
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rived at aome decision, ho-proceeded to
explore the entire suite. Having satis-1
fled himself that no one whs .secreted,
I . l -..ml... ttii turned Aff the llaht.
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snut tne aoor out ne uia i"i
Borne hours later Cyril, in his great
four-posted bed. lay watching, with
wide-open eyes, the fantastic shadows
thrown by the dancing firelight on the
paneled. walls. To woo sleep was evi
dently not his Intention, for from time
to time he lighted a wax vesta and con-
suuea me waicn no u ,...
At la. tlr hour seemed to satisfy
llm for he got out of bed and made a .
.. .-.. h ..mil.! in the aeml-ohacurlty
he slipped a pistol Into his pocket and
n.Min. hia wi throuxh tho dark-
..... .- -, ,r--,-,- nd ...
nss. he descended the stairs ana cau
tlously traversed the halL Not a sound
did he make. ills siocniniiru ii
moved noiselessly over the heavy car-
lt- .. . ... ...... , -
At tne aoor or me nunti no &"
moment and listenca inienny. inai,
pistol In hand, he threw open the door.
.A -11... t.A HnH'SAHlnif
Darxnras ana sufiics '' .
him. Closing the door behind, him, he
lighted a vesta and. carefully inspected
Hating assured himself that no fresh
marks had appeared on Ita polished
surface, he blew out the match and
ensconced himself as comfortably as
the limited space permitted behind the
curtains of one of the windows. There
he waited patiently for what seemed
to him an eternity.
Ha had just began to fear that his
vigil would prove fruitless, when his
ear was giaaaenea o a aiiam sounu.
A moment later the light was awitched
Hardly aanng xo orwunc, v-yni peer
ed through the curtains. Valdrigues!
Cyril's heart gave a bound of exulta
tion. Had he not guessed that those
marks could only have been made by
her small, oony nngerst
Clad like a nun In a loose, black gar
ment, which fell In straight austero
folds to her feet; a black shawl thrown
over her head, casting strange shadows
on her pale, haggard face, sne ad
vanced slowly, almost majestically, In
to the room
Cyril had to acknowledge that nho
looked more llko a medieval saint than
a midnight marauder.
Evidently the woman had no fear of
detect on. lor ane never even casi ono
suspicious glance around her; nor did
she appear to feel that there waa any
necessity for haste, for she lingered for
sometime near the writing table, gazing
at It as If It had a fascination for her;
but, finally, she turned away with a
hopeless sigh and directed her uttcn-
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In situations like this, your safety depends
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I)io matter how good your brakes are you don't atop if the
treads of your tires don't respond by gripping the road. "All
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This new Safety Tread tire solves the skid
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mileage in Goodrich heaping measure.
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Hon to the bookcase. This she Proceed-
ed. to examine.. Book alter book waa
shelf she drew a tape-measure irom ner
pocket and tapped and measured tha
oacK ana siaes oi uie cass ".
What on earth could she be looking
r, wondered .Cyril. Not a WUI surely
or his cousin's will, executed at the
date of his marriage, had been found
ssreiy depoalted wlin nis soiiciwr. a
later will perhaps One In which she
hoped that her master had remembered
her, as he had probably promised her
that he would. Yes, that must be It
Well, there waa no further need of con
cealment; he decided. Bo parting tha
curtains he stepped Into the room.
"What are you doing here?" be de
manded. . . . , ..
His own voice startled 'htm, It rang
out so loud and harsh In the silence of
the night . .
Valdrlqucs knelt on the floor with
her Haok in him nd It seemed aa If the
ludden shock hnd paralysed her. for
h nM. n ernrt tn move and he:
hand, arrested in the act of replacliw
a book, remained outstretched as It It
had been turned to stone.
"It Is I. your master. What ore you
doing here7" he repeated.
He saw her shudder convulsively,
then slowly she raised her head, and aa
her great tragic eyes met his Cyril was
conscious of a revulsion 'of feeling to
ward her. Never had he seen anything
so hopeless, yet .so u"dunJ,diJHh9
look she gave him. It reminded him,
curiously enough, of a look he had once
seen in the eyes of a lioness, who wlth
a bullet through her heart itlll fought
to protect her young. .
Staggering a little aa shej rose, Val
drlgues nevertheless menoged to draw
herself un to her full height.
"I am here, my lord, to get what U
nintnin.' she repeated almost
Cyril 'pulled himself together. was
absurd, he reasoned, to allow himeeit
to be Impressed by ner strange peraun'
..& iiirni atnrvi" he exelalmed. and
the very fact that he was more than
hulf inclined to believe her made hint
sneak moro roughly than he would
otherwise have done.
"Think what you like," she cried
shruKa-ina- her shoulders contempts
nuelv. Mavn ma arrested have me
ranged what do I caro Death haa no
terrors for me."
Bo Miu confess that It was you who
murdered his lordship? Aht I suspect
ed Itl Your sanctimonious airs didn't
dccelo me.' '
exclaimed uyni triumpu-
not murder him." aha re-
Plied, calmly, almost Indifferently.
"I think you will have some difficulty
in contlncfng tho police of that. You
havo no alibi to prove that you ware
not In these rooms at tho time of tho
murder, and now when I tell them that
I found ou trying to steul "
"I am no thief!" she Interrupted him
with biasing eyes. "I tell you. I came
here to get what Is mine by right."
"Do vou really expect me to believe
that? Why, If what you say were true
you would not havo had to sneak In
here In the middle of the night. You
know very well that I should have
mado no objection to your claiming
"So you say. But If I had gonj to
you and told ou that s great lord had
robbed me, a poor woman, of some
thing which Is dearer to me than life
1 had said to you, '1 must look through
nm lorUHtiip a papera, I muai oe iree to
BAarrh niiTvnhpr. unul.1 vou have
given me permlaalon to do so? No,
uu lillfllt ll JUU. .M """"
cause I was ashamed of my errand that
.Vn. ,l.,l f ,ft.a I ,na h.
I cama here at this hour? Bah! All
I feared waa that I should be prevented
from discovering tne truth. The
truth" Valdrlguex's voice suddenly
dropped and aecmed to forget Cy
ril's presence. "It Is hero, somewhere."
she continued, speaking as If to herself,
and her wild eyes swept feverishly
around the room. "Ho told me It was
here and vet how can I bo sure of It?
He may hsvo lied to me about this as
lie dirt about everything else. How can
I tell? Oh, this uncertainty Is torture!
I cannot bear It any longer. O my
al!" she cried, clarplng tiur hands and
lifting her streaming eyes to Heaven.
"Thou know est that 1 have striven all
my lire to ao rny win; i nave uorne
tho cross that Thou sawest tit to lay
upon me without a murmur, nor have I
onci begged for mercy at Thy hands
Hut now, now. Oh my Father. I beseech
. Thee, give mo to know tho truth before
1 1 die"
Cyril watched the woman narrowly.
He felt that he must .try and maintain
a judicial attitude toward her, and not
.cost, were only too easily aroused,
After all, he reasoned, waa It not
more than likely that she was deliver-
,n, thu meiodramaMo tirade for his
benent on the other hand. It waa
against his principles aa well aa against
against his principles aa well aa against
his Inclinations to deal harshly with a
"Calm yourself, Valdrigues," he said
at last. "It you can convince me that
his lordship had in hla possession some
thing which rightfully belonged to you
I promise that if It can be found It
shall be restored to -you. Tall me what
la It that you are looking forT"
"Tell you-naverl Are you not of hla
blood? You promise so did he the
smooth-tongued villain! All these years
iTt, i uvea on promisee I never will I
trust one of his race again."
"You have got to trust ma whether
you want to or not. Your position could
not be worse than It Is, could It? Don't
you sec that your only hope lies tn be
ing able to persuade me that you are an
For the first time Valdrigues looked
at Cyril attentively. He felt as If her
aTat eyes were probing hla very soul.
"Indeed, you do not look cruel nor do
cellful. and aa you say. I am powerless
without you, so I must take the risk
of your being what you seem. I will
tew you the truth. But first, my lord,
will you swear not to betray my secret
to any living being?"
t. n0UJ.TeJ,,s, wort ,or 't. That Is."
he hastily added. "If It has nothing to
do with the murder."
"Morning, my lord."
A CoattaaatJea of This Starr Wilt
Be Fwaad la TaaaoTra-w'a
Issue of The Tfssea.
ARMY PLANS FOR
Major General Wood Enthusiastic
Over Plan to Improve Cav
An additional fSO.OOO will be asked
from Congress by the army for the con
tinuation of the remount system Insti
tuted last year. The work of the re
mount commission officially begins De
cember 1. but considerable work has al
It fa the purpose of the remount com-
aav Deen comoietna.
mission, headed by Captain Conrad, of
tne v-avairy, ana ueorge M. Itommell,
Chief Of the Division of Animal Hn.
bandry of the Department of Agricul
ture, to maintain Govcrnmcnt-owni.il
stallions at Mlddlebury, VU. and Front
Hoyal. Va for the breeding of high
class foals suitable for cavalry use.
Horse breeders have been Interested
In the proposition. Stud fees will not
be charged with the understanding that
the Government la to have an option on
Major General wood Is enthusiastic
over this plan and believes that In a
few years the United States will show a
remarkable advance In Ita army horse.
Gas Leak Starts Blaze.
A leaky gaa stove waa responsible for
a small blase early today In a room on
the first floor of the home of Mrs. Will
iam Bhoomaker, 1 Massachusetts ave
nue northeast. The damage was tW.
BY MRS. MAE
Miss E. R-: A lotion that will help
your red hands, dark face und neck per-
manently can be made by dissolving
fn.ir mitifee of anurmax In one-half nlnt
of hot water (or witch hasel) and add -
ing two moiespuoniuiB ui hi; vrr.nc. nw
lotion will whiten and beautify your
kin and take inv that coarse, muddy
look you have. This la much better than
face powder, as It does not show on the
skin, and will not rub oft easily, like
the powder does when you wear a veil.
The spurmaz lotion Is Inexpensive and
will give to any saiiow, ouy earn
flnklah, youthful appearance. It la
Ine for cold aores, chaps, freckles, and
as a protection to the face agalnat
harah winds and changes of weather. I
am sure you will like this spurmax lo
tion very much.
Virginia: Lack of exercise and eating
too much solid food during the summer
months account for Tour sallow, pimply
complexion and loss of energy. What
you need Is a reliable system-tonic and
blood-purifler. Try this: Dissolve an
ounce of kardene In a half-pint of al
cohol (not whisky) adding one-halt cup.
ful sugar and hot water to make a full
quart. Take a tablespoonful before each
meal and In a short time you will feel
like a new person. It will give you rich,
red blood, fill you with energy and put
the color and look of health into your
face. "" -"
Sylvia: 'Never wash your hair wltk
soap. The "free" alkali In soap is In
jurious to the hair, and In time will
eat the very lire out or 11, causing your
hair tb become streaky and split at tho i pie do. If you want bright, clear, beau
ends. For a ically good shampoo, simp- tlful eyes that will be much admired,
ly dissolve a teaepoonful of canthrox
In a cup of hot water, nnampoo ana
rinse with clear water. This shampoo
lathers abundantly, removes all dirt,
dandruff, and excess oil, and will leave
your hair soft, glossy andt fluffy. This
shampoo dries so quickly that it makes
shampooing a real pleasure. After us.ng
It once you will Imagine you have twice
aa much hair as you ever had before.
This Is the shampoo now used by manv
of the best hairdressers. After sham
pooing, an application of a qulnzoln
hair-tonic (see answer to "Alma") will
Jrove very Invigorating and refresh
ng to your scalPj
Kate: (a) Reducing your weight with,
out plenty of exercising and dieting may
anoear aulte difficult, but I have a
formula that haa worked wonders where
other -remedies have failed. Put four
ounces of parnotls In ltt Pints hot water.
When cold, strain out the aedlment and
take a tablespoonful of the liquid be
fore each meat. It Is a harmless rem
edy and leaves the skin free from flab
blneas. (b) To make your eyes bright
and healthy use cryatos eye tonic regu.
larly. It is sold by all druggists.
Sibyl H.: It Is a shame for a girl of
your age to have wrinkles. Try this
complexion-jelly and you will bo sur-
(Employers Most Successful J
In obtaining the services o!
intelligent men and women
are those who use the help
wanted columns of i t i
fThe Washington Times!
WARM DEBATE OVER
Question of Adbptlng "Wo
man's Journal" Is Basts
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. -A de
layed session of the National Woman s
Suffrage Association waa . held this
morning to complete unfinished busi
ness. The feature of the session waa
the discussion over whether or not tho
National Association would, have the
Woman's Journal, published by Alice
Htnnn niMkwnll. as Its official organ.
Miss Blackwell is the daughter of
Lucy Stone, the famous exponent of
higher education for women, and there
Is a atrong sentiment among the dele
gates in ner ravor.
Th arimlnlfllrntlnn forces" Want
Journal which they can control In policy
and financially, and thla Miss Blackwell
' - i
Spread Until Covered Side of Face.
Red, Rough and in Circles. Itch
ed and Burned. Cuticura Soap
and Ointment Completely Cured.
Campbell. Va-"I have been troubled
with ringworm on the right aide of my face
for sU or eight rears. It began with just
very small pimples In spots aad ooataued
to spread more every year until It covered
the right aide of my face. It was red,
rough and tn circles, and itched aad burned
vary much. It was sore when I scratched
my face and It worried me so much I couldn't
keep from scratching. It looked very bad;
I would bate to go out while It was on my
face. Every one noticed It and some would
ask what It was. I tried some home reme
dies before using Cuticura Soap and Oint
ment, such as,, and
I could only find temporary relief until I
began to use Cuticura Soap and Ointment.
I put the Cuttcura Ointment on my face
and let It stay on for about an hour and then
I washed my face with Cuticura Soap. I
used the Cuticura Soap and Ointment for
one month and I waa cured." (Signed)
Mitt Virginia Woodward. Feb. 21, 1012.
The regular use of Cuticura Soap for toilet
and bath not only tends to pi saw hi. purify
and beautify the skin, scalp, hair and heads,
but aaeiiU In preventing inflimmitlon, Irrl
tation and dogging of the pores, the common
cmu" m PuaP'ee. Diacaneaoi. reunasa aan
roughness, yellow, oily, mothy and other
unwholesome conditions of the akin. Cuti
cura Soap (26c.) and Cuticura Ointment
(80c) are sold by druggists and dealers
throughout the world. liberal sample of
each mailed free, with SS-p. Skin Book. Ad
dress post-card "Cuticura, Dapt.T, Beaton.!
W-Teader-faced men ahould usi Cuticura
Soap Shartag fittck. Zoc. Sample free.
prised how It will clear vour skin and
smooth out those horrid wrinkles. This
grcuseless cream-jelly can be made by
mliclnir one ounce at alnmozoin with
1 half-pint cold water and two teaspoon-
iuii vi aicenne. our ana let sisna
over night Thla makea a eplendld and
Inexpensive cieam-Jelly. 'It will clean
the pores, keep the akin free from b.ack
heads, and la splendid for chapped
hands and face. I find It excellent for
reducing the alxe of large pores In the
skin and for removing freckles and cer
tain types of pimples. I recommend It
for massage purposes; It leavea the akin
soft and smooth and contains no grease
or oil to cause hair to grow on the
Daisy: I can recommend delatone for
banishing hair or fuss because I know
It really does the work. To remove
those hairs apply a paste made with
delatone and water and after two or
three minutes rub oft, waah the skin
and you will find It smooth and hair
less. No nosslblo harm results from
T. L.: Rubbing a little paroxtn on
your eyebrows with finger-end makea
them grow thick and glossy. Short,
straight lashes will come In long and
curly if pyroxln be applied at lash
roots wth thumb and forefinger. Thla
treatment will add greatly to your
beauty, but you muat be careful and
not get any pyroxln where no hair la
Mrs. T. C: No one can afford to ne-
gieci nis or ner eyes, although most peo-
you can have them with very little rare.
Qet an ounce of cryatos at any drug
store and dissolve It In a pint of water.
Put two or three drops of this tonlo In
each eye dally and vou will be surprised
how It will strengthen your weak, tired
eyes and make them strong, healthy
and snarkilna. Manv ocullim vim ,
this simple tonic get excellent results
in treating eye-troublo generally. It Is
very soothing and haa enabled many to
dispense with wearing glasses.
Alma: Your scalp needa a good stimu
lating quinine halr-tonlc to remove the
dandruff, stop irritation and falling
hair, Qet from any drug store one
half pint alcohol (not whisky) and one
ounce qulnxoln and mix It with one
half pint water and you will have a
much better tonic than any of those
ready-prepared tonica you have been
buying. Brush your hair dally, and
twice a week apply this tonic to the
scalp, rubbing It in gently. This will
do wonders for your dull, lifeless, fall
ing hair, and put your scalD in a
healthy condition. This tonic will make
your hair soft, silky, and lustrous. Keep
the scalp clean by frequent shampoos
with canthrox and you will not have
further trouble with your hair.
Read Mrs. Martyn's book, "iieauty,"
refuses to allow them to do with the
The question has already caused a
series of bitter debates in the conven
tion and a hot fight Is looked for be
fore It la settled. '
The association yesterday selected of
ficers, as follows:
rresiaent, Anna Howard finew, Moy
Ian. Pa.; first vice president, Jane
Addams. Chicago: second vice nresl-
dent, Anita Whitney, California; re
cording secretary, Busan W. Flttgsrald,
Boston: corresponding secretary, Mary
Ware Dennett, New York; treasurer,
Mrs. Stanley Mccormick, Chicago; audi
tirs, Mrs. James Lees Lald'aw, New
York, and Mrs. Joseph T. Bowen, Chi
cago. The vote for president waa: Dr. Shaw,
SI; Laura clay, Kentucky, r Cather
ine W. McCullough, Illinois, 11: Jane
Addams, Chicago, 11. The re-election of
Dr. Shaw was made unanimous.
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