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Monday, November 18, 1912 13
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EL PASO HERALD
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Jp Everyone, of every age, enjoys this refreshing juice of mint leaves. JKj
Cbuy it by the box
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MARRIED LIFE THE THIRD YEAR
They Buy tie. Bathroom
Fixtures ami Helen Tries to
Put Them Up.
I the crowded store, men made her way I judgment. Try to have a little common
over to the linoleum department. j sense."
. ONT you like the class ones
better? They're easier to
keep clean don't tarnish like
lickel, and they're much cheaper."
Warren frowned at the glass towel
aik which Helen had pointed oat.
L'm m' Easy enough to keep
lean, but how about breaking?"
Why. dar, we'd never break a towel
-if k Hero's some with white porce-
ain ends no nickel at an. On, do
i t s get one of these."
"All right, if that's what you want.
"iit down two of these," turning to
he clerk who was taking their order.
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GETTING GREY EH -OLD MAN
AND BALD TOO.
Looking twenty years older than you
really are. Being made the laughing stock
of your friends and the butt of their joket
"Old Age Claw" simply became grey
hairs are so closely associated with old age.
It is very humiliating to be grey and bald
woen your age doesn't justify either to be
classed as a "Has Been" and set aside by
vour young friends as too old for them to
be turned down possibly, in your applies
t on for that new position because a
YOUNG-LOOKING MAN w WANTED.
Get the besi of the grey hairs don't let
them get the best of you.
USE HAY'S HAIR HEALTH
$1 00 cad 50c at D-ui Stores or direct npoa
receipt of price &nd dealer's name. Send 10c for
triA hrttl-. Philo Hay Spec Co., Newark, N.J.
FOR SALE AND RECOJQCENDED BY
IOOBL.UCH DRl'G CO.; xCKLLY &
"Sow, how about soap dls.hee?" cross
ins "towel racks" off his list,
"Don't you like tiiat kind?" asked
Helen, pointing to one in the case.
"No. No way for the soap to drain
keeps It soft an wet and I loathe
wet soap. Here, these are better.
"But, dear, those bars are so wide
the small pieces of soap fall through.
Tou know we had one like that. It Was
horrid." ' ,
"Well, here's some with closer Jars.
They'll do for the washstands. ,33
of these." to the girl. "Now, how
about the ones for the bath tubs? "Want
something to go over the edge, don't
we? Here, this is a good style, and
the sponge holder's with it"
"Oh, hot thafs $3.98," protested
Helen, glancing at the ticket.
"Well, we're going to get these
things good while we're at it," declared
Warren. "No economy in cheap nickeL
We'll take two of these" to the sales
woman. "Now, let's see your to'oth
There were two bathrooms in the
new apartment, and Helen was begin
ning to realize that fitting them out
was most expensive. She had thought
the house would. - of course, furnish
the fixtures, but had Vound they fur
nished only the shower sheets and the
tenants had to buy everything else.
So she had persuaded Warren to come
with her to select them.
"How's this for tooth brushes?" he
asked, holding up a small nickel-pated
"Yes, I like that kind," assented
"All right, we'll take two of these,
and two of those tumbler holders. Now.
is that all?"
"14.49." whispered Helen as the girl
made out the check. "Is it as much as
"Can't expect to fit out two bath
rooms for nothing," as he took a twenty-dollar
bill from his wallet.
While they were waiting for the
change Helen asked persuadingly:
"Dear, while you're here couldn't you
go up with me now to look at the
No Mere for Him.
"Not on your life. Wasted the best
part of an hour on this stuff. That's
about enough for one day."
When the change came he put It in
his pocket with a hurried:
"Now, I'm off. You'd better see about
that linoleum for the kitchen. Tell
them to send a man up to take the
Helen watched him disappear through
That evening after dinner when
Warren pushed back bis chair he
."Those bathroom fixtures come?"
"Oh. yes, dear; shall we open them?
Do you suppose you could put them up
"Me put them up? Well, I guess
not. That's a job for the plumber. No.
haven't time to look at them now." a& ; sound of shattering glass. What could
j Helen brought out a large brown ' have happened? She rushed Into his
, papered parcel from the pantry. "I've room.
I got to go over and see Watson to- "Come here and see what yon've
1 night." j done" he roared with an angry oath.
! "Oh. do you, dear'" disappointedly. "By Gad, your economy!! rata as yet.
1 nopea xnen sne stopped, war- Look at that, will your'
Warren went back to the sitting
room and buried himself in the even
ing papers. Nothing more was said
of the flxtvresr It was after eleven
when he leaned back with a yawn.
"Well rm going to turn in."
Helen was in her dressing room a
few moments later when a loud crash
came from his bathroom. It was a
, ren had been out so many evenings of
late, but she knew it only angered
With a sinking heart Helen stepped
into the bathroom. The glass towel
rack lay shattered in the bath tub.
The mortar had not held. But worse
than that, was the faint but distinct
in the bottom of the porcelain
him to refer to it.
When he had gone, . Helen helped
Mftararf. ttia TMizr -moid 1aaj tll tfthl
' and then -roamed restlessly about the ! crack
apartment, bemenow she comd never tub
quite get 'reconciled to the long even- ' "She what you've done, do yon?" sav
ings alone. There was always that agely. "See the crack in that tub? A
feeling of dreariness ana desolation. 1 nice expense you've put me to. That
sne must get out some sewing, tne ,
time would pass more quickly if she
1 -were at work. I
"Shall I leave this package here,
m'm?" called Maggie from the dining '
GO! INDIGESTION? SIOICH UPSET?
iELGHING UP GAS 01 SOUR FOOD?
You don't want a slow remedy when your stomach is bad-or an uncertain
one-or a harmful one-your stomach is too valuable; you mustn't injure it with
drastic drug. . ,
Pape's Diapepsin is noted for He speed in giving relief; its harmlessness; its
certain unfailing action in regulating sick, sour, gassy stomachs. Its millions of
cures in indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis and other stomach trouble has made it
f.imoui the world over.
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"What package? Oh, those bath
room fixtures yes, just leave them
there. I'm going to open them now."
Glad of something to do, Helen un
wrapped and laid out the fixtures on
the dining room table. The bright
nickel shown like silver against the
dark mahogany. Then she took some
! of them into Warren's bathroom, hold
! ing them up against the tiled wall to
see now tney would look.
He had said they would be hard to
put up but would they? A tiny en
velope containing the nickel screws,
was tied to each piece. Surely it
would not be hard to screw these into
the mortar between the tiles. Why,
she f'ould almost nirt fhpm im liei-fllf
And then came the thought if only '
she could put them up now.
Helen always loved to work with
tools, and in some ways she was sur
prisingly clever with them. She had
put up all the curtain rods in the new
apartment, and had even fastened the
kitchen towel roller on the fireproof
sheetiron door, of which feat she was
very proud. .
And now she eagerly got out the
household tool box, and- started with
the toothbrush rack. It happened to be
! with the aid of a small awl she had no
trotroie in getting the screws in the
mortar at each end.
With Increased confidence she tried
the soap dish next. That was a little
more difficult, but she got it up. The
glass towel rack she approached with
I more caution. It was puzsling to de
cide just where and how high it
should go. The screws for this were
larger, and It was harder to get them
in between the tilings. But at last the
towel rack too was up. and she stood
back and viewed it triumphantly.
Then she went into her own bath
room and was putting up the fixtures
there when Maggie came to the door.
"Shall I bake- some of them apples
for breakfast, m'm? I don't think
they'll keep much longer."
And then seeing what Helen was do
ing, she looked on in open-eyed amaze
ment and admiration.
"Why, m'm, can you put them up?"
"Ye; dpnt they look nice? Now,
Maggie, yotf must try to keep them as
bright as they are now. I do like to
see the bathroom fixtures well polished."
When Warren came, Helen was just
'Took, dear. Look what Tve been
doing while you've been gone." She
led him into his bathroom and pointed
proudly to her work.
"What in thunder! You didn't do
"Of course I did." happily.
"Well you -took long chances. How
do you know that mortar!! hold?"
"Why dear, that's the only way they
could be put up."
He -was examining them, frowningly.
"Over the tub's no place 'for a towel
rack. Towels'll tret soaked there everv
time you take a shower. Why couldn't
you have waited and let the man put
them up? You're ilwas so head
.strong, want to do everything your
self." ' Bnt dear, jou know how much
Plumbers eh.ii.ro and I thought if I
could ,t 1 lif 'UM that lnuli .d"
' Wi 11 biiM in otlie: ujs. Lse tome
comes irom your internal conceit.
You're always trying to do something
spectacular something you've no busi
ness to attempt."
"Oh, Warren, I'm so sorry," quiver
ingly "I'll pay for it myself. I'll see
that it doesn't cost you anything."
"You pay for it," with a sneer. "One'd
think you had half a million, the way
you're always going to 'pay' for
"Oh, Warren." aoBbingly. "please
"Now if you're going to begin that
just get out of here. Go in your own
room and stay there. I'm not groins to
have my night upset by your Infernal
SEEK LOWER PRICE
ON SCHOOL LANDS
Went Texas Counties "Will Send Dele
gation to Austin to Work For
Legislation at Next Sesfllon.
Midland, Tex., Nov. 18, Representa
tives met here from Andrews, Gaines,
Yoakum and Upton counties and ef
fected an organisation, the purpose of
which is to seenre a reduction in the
price of school lands in fwest Texas.
In addition to delegates from the
counties the meeting was attended by
state senator H. P. Brelsford and rep
resentative T. M. Bartley. W. E. Al
len, of Midland, acted as chairman and
T. C. Carrington as secretary of the
Delegates explained the evils they
claim have arisen from 'the present
system the state uses In disposing of
school lands. Under the present plan
an upset price is placed on the lands
and they are then sold to the highest
bidder. It Is claimed that the mini
mum price demanded by the state is
in the majority Of cases too high, and
many people who were totally ignor
ant of the condition existing and of
the real value of the school lands
have bought lands at a price far in
excess of the minimum price set by
the state, and at a price at which the
purchaser is unable to make a living
from the land and pay the interest
due to the state on his deferred pay
ments. A central committee has been ap
pointed to consist of one man from
each county represented at the con
vention. This committee will raise
funds, prepare a petition for the leg
islature, and have a delegation at Aus
tin which will assist the representa
tives and senators from west Texas In
an effort to secure legislation for the
relief of the present owners of school
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Relic Blaaeke, headllaer at the Co
lonial, trhe attrlbHtes her good health
to plenty ef sleep, and fresh air.
I By Marcaret Habbard Ayer.)
HERB are two things that distm-
guisn oeiie tsianciie irom otner
" headliners in vaudeville.
One is that she has a Peal grand
opera voice and the other that she is
so much like a home girl that you have
to make a real effort to remember that
she is on the stage at all.
I asked her how she managed to keep
healthy she Is only 1 nd made a
stage hit as a tot.
"I think the most essential thing to
health Is plenty of sleep and fresh air."
said she. "I never have a cold or throat
trouble of any kind, for the good rea
son that I never stay in places where
the ventilation is bed. and do not spend
hours in smoky restaurants, for in
stance. Nothing could be worse for
the voice than remaining for a long
time In places where the air is vitiated
and fnl! of tobacco smoke, and you
know the voice is a sort of register of
"Another reason why I never have
a cold is because I don't wear high
collars. Year in and year out I wear
Datch necks or low turndown collars
on my frocks and my throat and neck
are hardened so that the change of j
atmosphere doesn't affect me. I never '
wear furs tight around my neck either.
A good many people catch cold that
Way, getting used to the warm fur and
then being unable to withstand a cold
blast of air or a draught."
ARTESIA MAN IS
INJURED AT CLOVIS
D. B. Deughteii. a Kaaeker, Starts Fire
In Kitchen Steve and "While Xllk-
IPK Cow, Hnne la Destroyed.
Clovis, N. M., Nov. 18 J. M. Adding
ton. of Artesia, was seriously injured
when he started to climb on the bus at
the depot and the horses ran awy.
Mr. Addington sustained a broken leg.
While trying to start a fire in the
cook stove Mrs. Wernett received a
severe burn on her hand, caused from
an explosion of a gasoline can.
The residence of D. B. Dou&hton.
who lives about eight miles west of
here, burned to the ground. Mr.
Doughton had lighted a fire in the
kitchen stove and went out to milk
the cow. Mrs. Doughton was still
asleep and woke up to find the inter
ior of the house ablaze. They were
not able to save anything.
Evangelist Ernest House. assisted
by his singer, Mr. Baird, and pianist.
Mrs. Baird. is conducting a revival
at the Christian church.
BURIKD XN SAND BAXK;
ALBCHIBUK BOY IS K1LLKD.
Albuquerque, N. M., Nov. 18. Aa a
result of being buried in a sand pit
near the city limits. William Rocken
vaugh, aged seven years. Is dead, while
Joseph McGlnnls, aged 10, was per
haps fatally injured. The boys were
digging In the pit, when without
warning a large section of the sand
bank caTed in, burying both under
I several tons of earth.
A score or more persons, after an
hour's work, extricated the boys. The
Rockenvaugh boy .was horribly
crushed, and the McGlnnls boy sna
tained severe injuries and is not ex
pected to survive.
7SXKXYS CHKAF AT AXTRSIA.
Artesia, N. M Nov. 18. People of
Artesia are not complaining of the
price of turkeys this year as they are
on the market here 12 1-8 eeate a
pound, live weight.
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Grading Ik Finished Within' Three
Mllett of the Arizona Fort and
Track In Laid.
Naco. Ariz , Nov. 18. Grade work
upon the El Paso & Southwestern
spur to Fort Huachuca is fast reach
ing completion. The grading camps
have moved up to the fort, and less
than three miles of grading is left
to be done. This will not take long
and it is expected the instalation of thf
new sen ice will oc-ir the first of
the 'car when the Golden State lim
it, d l)iDinb its, jun over the U V. 4.
Mammy Delights In Bake-Day Now
In fact every day is bake-day since she first used Calumet the
modern, lull value Baking Powder. Every use of Calumet brings
absolute satisfaction Never a failure. The biscuits are always
delicious and dainty cakes and pastry of every sort come from
the oven, delightful in appearance, light, sweet, uniformly raised
and delicious in flavor.
If you have not used Calumet, buy a can today from your grocer
and prove its economy and goodness. Jf you don't get Calumet
you don't get the best.
RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS
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You don't saca monev when tou buy cheap or big-can hairing ponder. ' Don't he maleai. Buy Calumet.
It's more economical more wholesome gives best results. Calumet k far superior to sour mil and soda.
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