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EL PASO HERALD
TTmrsdav, Soxe mber 7, 1912
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E. EPPSTEIN & CO., Sole Distributors, - - MAIN OFFICE, DALLAS, TEXAS
BREAKS A COLD IN
A FEW HOURS-PAPE'S
FIRST DOSK TAPE'S COLD COM
POUND RELIEVES AM.
Beauty Versus Duty -:- By Winifred Bkck
Shall a Woman Attend to Her Home, or Brush Her Hair and Manicure Her
aa thi wnr first dos of "Pane's
rM prtmnAiinii" vnii rlistinctiv feeM
the cold breaking and all the disagree J
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gently. Adv. -
ASKS PERMISSION TO
PUBLISH TUCSON RATES
The freight traffic department of
the Southwestern railroad has made
application to tne Arizona railroad
commission for permission to publish
the supplementary rates to Tucson over
the new extension of the Southwestern
system. The railroad company de
sires to publish the rates at once so
that freight business may be begun
this month. Unless the permission is
given, it will require 3fl days publica
tion before the rates may become ef
fective. TITI.AROSA MAN BREAKS THE
LOW DISTANCE VOTING RECORD
O. M. Talley, of Tularosa and Bl Paso,
broke the long distance voting record
Tuesday. He was in Tularosa on bust
nss Tuesday and arrived in El Pasa
juts two minutes before the polls
closed, voted for Wilson, wired con
gressman George Curry, at Tularosa,
ttat he had "saved the nation" and ate
a big dinner, all in the space of 3
WSL.I well, Vida Faulkner Page,
so it's a sign of mental defi
ciency to be fat! You said
so right out in meeting, your meeting
at a big hotel in New York. Also you
said: "The woman who is indifferent
to her looks ought to be sent to an
"Care all- the time how she looks?"
Do you know what that would mean
to most -women?
Do you realize that the average
woman has just about as much time to
devote to manicuring her nails as the
average dock laborer?
What time has a woman with six or
seven children to give to her complex
ion? If she rets the time to take a
good bath every day that is about as i
much as she can ever hope to accom- l
push, and mostly shes too busy for
What hour shall she have her bath
before breakfast, and keep father wait
ing for his coffee?
After breakfast? Who'd get the girl
and the boy off to school, luncheon
packed, buttons all on, pencils in their
case, -hooks in the strap,haJr combed
and faces washed?
Before noon? Who'd make the beds,
air the rooms, sweep the dining room,
order the food for the day, luncheon on
the stroke of 12?
After lunch? Little Bobby is home
from kindergarten, his finger is hurt
and he has to-be petted a while, Jane
has torn a hole in her skirt, there's a
rent in the hall rug, those curtains
What, 5 oclock, and half the mending
not even looked at? John will be .home
in half an hour or so, and he does hate
to come in and not see the table set
Hurry, hurry; there, dinner's ready
to the minute; just what John likes,
too. Of course those corn cakes were
a bit of trouble, but look at John's
face when he catches sight of them.
Eight oclock just a minute for the
evening paper. Nellie must have some
help with her arithmetic first, though.
Oh, the ribbon is half off the hat and
the stockings must be darned.
Ten oclock, they are all in bed asleep,
all but mother. She's laying out the
little clothes to be put on in the morn
ing, folding the ribbon careless Mary
dropped where it fell, opening a win
dow here, shutting a door there.
What, going to bed without a com
plexion treatment! No beauty rub to
night! Look at those hands of yours
who would want to kiss them; and
that hair, you ought to get it brushed
at least 106 strokes a day.
Well, well, you poor foolish good-for-nothing
half wit, you'll have to go
to a sanitarium tomorrow, you haven't
even thought of your looks since you
washed your face and combed your
hair this morning.
Children, husband, work, duty? Pouf!
whistle them down the wind: what you
want is a complexion even if you have
to get it in a box. What you want is
shiny hair and a figure; that's the way
te keep your Husband. Yu are away
behind the times, really, you're hope
less, quite hopeless.
And-yet. do you kr v, little woman,
that I believe you ai- more than half
right? I don't believe your husband,
John, is such a fool as these beauty
cranks would try to make us all be
lieve. I believe John cares something
for such women as you without the
complexion aim' the shining hair. He
certainly has spells of acting as If he
And as for the rest of us, do you
know that the whole American nation
is held together by just such women
as you, the plain, unassMning. hard
working little mothers In the little
homes all over this great soft-hearted,
hard-headed country of outs?
COMMITTEE TO LOG
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Swarthmore, Perm. - " For fifteen
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two years I had bem-
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but I began taking
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said an operation was necessary, but I
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Pinkham's Vegetable Ckrapound. The
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I feel strong and do my own work."
Mrs, J. R. Picking, 1260 Sargeant St,
Since we guarantee that all testimo
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Lester Urges El Fasoans to Fight for
Borderland Route as Best
for All the Year.
At a meeting of the Bl Paso Auto
mobile club, held at the chamber of
commerce Wednesday night, it was
planned to have a complete log of the
road made between Bl Paso and Dodge
For the purpose of securing this log,
a committee; composed of Phil Young,
J. D. Bukey, J. J. Kaster and C H. Ies
ter was appointed by vice president C.
Lester volunteered to log the road
either from Roswell to Bl Paso or Bl
Paso to Douglas, saying that he pre
ferred to make the latter trip, as he
had to go that way. He reported sign
boards between Alamogordo and Bl
Paso in good condition and said that he
had made his trip from Wate-rtown in
eight days and made a. plea to the Bl
Pasoans to fight for the Borderland
route as the best all year round route.
He said that he had made the trip
from Roswell to Alamogordo, a dis
tance of 130 miles, in seven hours and
It was moved by Phil Young that H.
La Salle be requested to submit an
itemized statement of his account for
$111.35, due for engineering services
and expenses of a trip made by him
upon request of the automobile club of
ficers. Mr. Young also moved that all
small bills be paid, and that of the
Pass City Tent and Awning company
for $15 was allowed.
C P. Henry. C, C Henderson, J. J.
Mundy, J. J. Wallace and Herbert Nunn
were admitted to membership.
cer in the volunteer service during the
Spanish war and appropriated the title
of major after the war.
SAYS HE FIRED PISTOI.
TO MAKE POLICE COME
Because he wanted the police to think
that it was important, Lin Marr, em
ployed at the Imperial cafe in the rear
of thp Hotel Sheldon, stated that he
fired a revolver twice at 4 oclock Tues
In explaining the case to justice E.
B. McClintock, Marr stated that early
Tuesday morning, Lou Chuong. the
cook at the restaurant called to him
that some one was trying to carry off
some pies. To attract the police and
make them think it was an important
case, Marr said that he fired the re
volver. Justice McClintock was of the
opinion that there was no case agalwst
JURY SAYS FORMER Bl. TASO
"WOMAN EXDED HER LIFE
Clifton, Ariz., Nov. 7. Following the
death of Lola Lee, at Morenci. a cor
oner s Jury returned a veraict 01 sui
cide. The body was brought here for
interment. Before coming to Clifton,
the deceased was a resident of El Pasa
I offer my entire business for sale
upon reasonable terms.
Arthur A. Kline, Little Plaza.
OWNER OF A SEATTLE PAPER
DIBS AT NATIONAL CAPITAL
Washington. D. C, Nov. 7. John L.
"Wilson, owner of the Seattle Post In
telligencer, died "Wednesday at a hotel
here of angina pectoris, after .an ill
ness .of one hour.
: MILES AN HOUR
OYER DODGE CITY ROAD
Roswell, X. M., Nov. 7. Traveling i
the entire distance of the Borderland
automobile route from Dodge City,
Kansas, to Roswell at an average speed
of 22 miles per hour, R. A Lester
claims he has the best proof possible
of the superiority of this trail to any
other that may be offered to tourists
who employ he chug wagon to cross
the continent. Mr. Lester left Canby,
Minn., October 24th, and between here
and there laid up three half days for
Having completed a 1700-mile auto
mobile trip. Charles Thomas, a brother
of Dr. D. F. Thomas of this city, ar
rived this week from Indianapolis, In
diana. Mr. Thomas followed the old
Santa Fe trail to Albuquerque, and
thence down through Vaughn. Mr.
Thomas is accompanied by his wife and
MAN ARRESTED HERB GETS
SEVEN YEARS IN PRISON
Jack Avery, who was arrested here
by Lou Gasser, deputy sheriff at the
waterworks pumping station, has been
convicted and sentenced to seven years
in prison by the Stockton, Cal., court
on a charge of passing a fictitious
check on a business man of that city.
Avery was arrested near the water
works on suspicion of being insane.
"When taken to the police station ho
was found to be wearing corsets and
women's underwear. He was held here
until the Stockton officers came for
him. He claimed to have been an pffi-
WHEN THE DANDRUFF
BEGINS TO FALL
You'll know there is something wrong.
No one with a healthy sc3lp has Dandruff
it is not natural.
Healthy, strong hair cannot grow under
these conditions and what's far mote dis
turbing, the hair that you have will soon
turn grey and fall out. Then comes
"PREMATURE GREY HAIR" and
that "Has Been Look" about them.
HEED THE WARNING-USE-HAY'S
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MISS ELIZABETH RISDON, LEADING A OM V IN -FANNY'S FIRST FLAY'
AT THE COSIEDY THEATER.
Br Marcnret Hubbard Ayer.
inn HIS is Miss Elizabeth Risdon. the
X Fanny of "Fanny's First Play,"
-.taw rniini vnrnftTl. A nil shV
about talking of herself.
It is no easy thing to draw out the
secret of her beauty from an English
actress. I asked a few of those lead
ing questions which would be so rude
if one did not have the excuse that the
dear public thirsts for such Informa
tion, and this is what she said:
"I know all the things you ought to
do. and I don't do one of them."
Miss Risdon continues to be healthy,
and she is very pretty, with traees of
her Scotch-Irish deseent In her big
eyes, slight face and earnest expres
sion, despite the fact that she goes
contrary to all the best known and
most neglectea rules oi num
uesui;. ... . -
Mm .. -..I A oVuiiit tuim.rhinir tilRt 1
rirauc . ?r"" r-"-s?.y---
I know about, saia nine -miw iu.
In her pretty Kngnsn voice, ana u
..i 11.. . aniA tViat ahe knew a
great deal about what you should or
should not do wnen posing iur a. i"-
x k Va. .van. vmman nflJS tO
loniliu. iwsi, .w.j .-.. . -
submit to be photographed once In her
life, and some of them seem to be do
ing it all the time, I win quote -isa
"Women make a great mistake in
being photographed in their latest and
most stylish frocks, because the pho
tograph is soon out of date, just as
the frock is, while an arrangement of
artistic drapery never goes out of
fashion. m . .
"The same thing is true of the hair.
One should wear the hair as simply as
.l1A ixA In an OTtlRtie Or XlictUr-
. . .!... ...1 11 a 1 xr YT i
esque arrangement, uau " ,""" '
look well, while the fashionable coif- ......
feure of five years ago now is laugh- "Un
able. Never brush your hair too flat or gs-S
arrange too carefully. i glfeS
"Another thing; never allow a pho- j J0 p
tographer to take your picture when yga
you are depressed in spirits or in ill p jj
health. Be photographed at the time csg
if dftv at which you look your best. 3S
Some people look very much brighter I
in the evening than in the daytime,
and there are photographers who make t
a specialty of evening work, just to i
meet the demanas or tne wobbu "
looks pretty by candle light.
"Never wear gloves in a photograph:
they make the hands look larger and
awkward. If your hands are going to
show, the finger nails should be highly
polished; it gives more tone and color
to the picture, and makes the hands
"Don't let a photographer arrange
you in a curlicue way with your feet
round one way, your head another, and
your arms twined about the studio
chair. "When a woman goes to a pho
tographer she generally leaves her will
power and her individuality at home.
That's win- so few Dhotoeraohs re
semble the original.
"As to makeup. Many people, use it
when they are going to be photo
graphed. Outlining the eyes, especi
ally where the eyelashes are faint or
very light is good, and the lips can be
moistened or rubbed over with vase
line to give them more color, but rouge
and powder give the photograph a
queer and unnatural look and spoil the
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GETS A DRINK IN JUARBZ;
, GETS ARRBSTBD IN BL PASO
"Thirst" got Pedro Alvlno, a bar
tender at the saloon at the intersection
of Stanton and Seventh streets, into
trouble Tuesday. He told the police
that he wanted a drink, and because
all the saloons were closed in El Paso,
on account of the election, he went
over to Juarez with his friend. lose
Rodriguez, who is also a bartender at
the same saloon.
Alvino told the police that ne se
cured the necessary drinlcs, and hired
a hack to drive back to El Paso. He
said that he did not have any money,
but expected to get it at the saloon.
The saloon he found closed, whereupon
it was stated Alvino and 'a hack
d-'ver became involved in an alterca
tion. He was arrested by the fiolice on
a charge of making an assault. Tne
case, it was said, would be dism&sed
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MOTION FOR REHEARING
FILED IN TI1K SNEAD CASE
Austin, Texas, Nov. 7. A motion for
a rehearing was filed Wednesday in
the court of criminal appeals in the
case of John Beal Snead. The motion
had been presented by former state
senator O'Dell. one of the attorneys
for the prosecution. One week ago to
day the court reversed the judgment
of J. G. Browning, of the district court
of Potter county, and fixed Snead"3
bail at $20,9M. and while the assist
ant attorney general was willing to
waive the motion for a rehearing, the
prosecution insisted on filing the mo-
irtw It fn Tint Ulcftlv thA oonrfc will
J act on this motion before Wednesday.
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