Tuesday, February 4, 1913
American Women Dress to Please Themselves, Says Gaby Deslys
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BEATRICE eacne forward to meet
"Oh. you false creature!"
liuphed Helen, shaking her finger at
hor hostess. "You allowed that utterly
responsible bother of mine to stay up
re last mgnt so late that he very
n.irly broke up the little party that I
t. as having all on his account!"
I am awfully sorry," began Beatrice
confusedly, "but really"
Mrs. 1 obbins interrupted her. "Never
r .ml. Honey." she said affectionately,
t tnntr the widow's cheek. "I under-i-'iod
" ictly how it was. and you were
t '! a bit to blame. When I see how
1 - ttv ou look today I do not really
l lame Keith, either even if he did fail
t nppe.tr as soon as I told him to."
Oh the wonderful flowers !" ex
t lamed Helen as her eyes fell on Dr.
1T,ntsv "prescription." "Paul May
n ird sert them, of course?"
Here comes Mr. Lacy now, I think,"
i.k-d the widow hastily.
I or Helen's brother was driving up
to the bungalow in the Bobbins station
i -a p.
The WMew Mites Laey.
Please don't get up." he urged, as
T atrice rose to greet him. She shook
i - hand frankly and looked into his
f . -e with a straightforward gaze that
h knew impressed the honest "Svest-
It was good of you to come," she
5Tid simply. "I was expecting to see
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you soon, and I do not like to be dis
appointed." "I nad a porpose in coining." re
sponded Lacy bluntly. "I came over to
ask you if you would not have suffi
cient pity upon the stranger within
your neighbor's gates to let me take
you to the dance that is to be given
at the Cedar Cliff the last of next
"Oh, I'm so sorry!" regretted Beatrice.
"But I have already promised Mr. May
nard to go with him. It's too bad!" she
added with a note of sincerity in her
tone a note that was not assumed. For
she was beginning to find a thrill of
amusement that it was a pity she could
not accept the escort of two men. when
both were so attractive.
Lacy appeared downcast for only a
moment. "All right!" he agreed with a.
sigh, "but maybe you will grant me a
bit of consolation by letting me take
you out' canoeing for a while at sunset
this afternoon? It is very lovely on the
lake at that hour."
The widow felt her cheeks flush. "Ob.
I'm sorry again," she stammered -with
an embarrassed laugh, "but Mr. May
nard Just asked me if I would go for a
short turn in his ear this afternoon, and
I said that I would."
"You seem to be all dated up with
Paul Maynard, Beatrice," said Helen
"Indeed I am not!" protested her
friend hastily. "Mr. Lacy has happened
to hit upon the only two dates I have in
the world. K he will ask me to go at
some other time I shall be very glad."
She turned toward him with a beseech
ing look in her eyes.
"Ob, I was always an unlucky cuss,'
smiled Lacy. But I m not to be so
easily downed. Let's postpone the ca
noe trip until tomorrow afternoon at
the same hour. Shall we?"
Beatrice accepted cordially. "I shall
look forward to it with delight," she
assured the man.
A few minutes later the brother and
sister took their departure.
MetorlBK With Maynnrd.
Beatrice Minor did not keep Paul
Maynard waiting when, promptly at 4
oolock. his motor car stopped at the
door, for she appeared by the time he
He helped her into the front seat:
took his place beside her, and they
"Would you rather go more slowly?"
Maynard queried as they reached the
smooth macadam and at the pressure
of his foot on the lever the machine
, shot away like a startled deer.
J "No, indeed!" Beatrice assured him.
Rar kv were anjhrklf nr and her eheeks
were glowing under the exhilaration of
the rapid motion.
"Ifs wonderful !" gasped Beatrice,
after a few minutes' silence. "But is
it quite safe to go so fast"
Maynard laughed. "We are not going
fast, dsaalady, in the modern under
standing of the word." he informed her.
"We are making only 35 miles an hour,
and this machine can do TO if she is
pushed a little."
"You need not 'push her" on my ac
count." declared his companion. "This
is quite fast enough for me."
They turned aside at a crossroad and
began to climb a narrow and steep roau
leading abruptly up the side of a hill.
"I came up here all alone the first
time that I tried this route," Maynard
told her, guiding the machine carefully
over the ruts and loose stones of the
i uneven road, "and when I saw the view
I decided that you would have to come
and see it with me, even if I had to kid
Ten minutes later the panting motors
eased and quickened as the car emerged
from the -rough, tree-guarded road to a
cleared, level space at the top of the
hill. Involuntarily Beatrice uttered a
cry of delight at the view stretched oat
Far down below lay the little village
of Pleasanton nestling y the shim
mering lake in the "western sunlight,
and, far beyond, across green meadows
laced by gleaming streams, rose range
after range of hills, purple in the late
"Thank you,- said Beatrice, "thank
you. for bringing me! It's wonderful!"
- "I am glad you like it," said the man
gently, 'for I want you to like the
things I like."
"I have found no difficulty yet In do
ing so." responded the widow. He did
not reply, but sat gazing out across the
plain below with a moody expression
jn his eyes. Presently he aroused him
self "We had best be going back," he said
regretfully as he skilfully turned his
How much steeper a hil looks going
down than it does when one is climbing
it'" remarked Beatrice a little nervous
ly as they began the descent.
"It surely does," agreed Maynard. "I
felt like a fly on the side of a wall
when I first came down here Hallo!"
The car shot down the incline at an
increased speed. The driver tugged and
strained violently and fruitlessly at a
lever, then with face set and hard, he
grasped the steering-wheel more tight
lv. " "Sit perfectly still." he ordered in a
stern low tone. "My brake has broken."
IT iS EASIER TO SAVE
THE HAIR Y00 HAVE
Than to Grow New
The tendency to put off until tomor
row what we should do today accounts
for most of the bald heads we see in
the front row.
Newbro's Herpfcide stops falling hair
and prevents baldness. The dandruff
germ is destroyed by its use and a con
dition of health maintained in the hair
Nearly everyone has hair troubles of
some description which Herplcide will
always correct. Don't wait until it is
It is conceded to be the standard hair
remedy and is recommended and ap
plied by all the best hair dressers and
Send 10c in postage for sample and
book about the hair to The Herplcide
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Newbro's Herplcide in 66c and $1-60
sizes is sold by all dealers who guar
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ou an not satisfied your money will
Kellj & Pollard, Special Agents Adv.
lly GABY DKSL1S.
ROM the letters I have received I
find that I was wrong in thinking
that the average American -wom
an who is so smartly gowned, and
whose dress allowance is always over
drawn, adorns herself to shine in the
eyes of the masculine sex.
I admit frankly that the French
woman does. But it is quit different
In this land, where woman rules de
suite her ballotlesK condition, the onin-
1 ion of other women is of more Impor-
I tance to her than the views of mere
The best dressed audiences are the
matinee audiences, where the men are
few and far between. Women wear
their most becoming and their newest
frocks at bridge and other women's
Even the white-haired grandmother,
who has no thought of attracting the
other sex, is beautifully gowned for
a lunch and box party with othe;
women, and I have heard on very good
authority that this rivalry in extrava
gance in dress is encouraged by the
husbands, who do not get the benefit
or the pretty sight, but look upon it as
a very good advertisement of their
own financial success in the commun
A SnlesuomaaVi Opinion.
Here is one of several letters I have
received, written evidently by a woman
who has considered the subject care
fully: "I have been employed in the dress
and suit departments of a big store for
the last IS years, and during that time
I have seen the women become more
extravagant and, you may say, reck
less, in their buying from year to
"The rapid changes in fashions are,
in part, to blame, and for the rest ma
terials which only last one season and
which were unknown to the older gen
eration help make the bills large. But
first and foremost I find that all. my
women customers are more or less in
the public eye. Some are in society.
some in business, but most of them are
prominent in club life and say they
are so constantly with other women
who notice everything they have on."
Here is another woman's opinion:
"Women would not wear such unbe
coming clothes if they dressed for
themselves or for men.
""The average man has no idea, or at
least a very vague one. of the name
of the material of which the dress he
is looking at is made. His eye only
focuses the general effect, and the
impression, if pleasing, left on his
mind is simply one of lines and color
ing. If displeasing, it must mean that
the dress does not suit its wearer.
"Any woman with intelligence can
dress to please the one man for whom
."Women dress extravagantly to
stupify or 'knock out' other women.
Other women knot the cost of plumes
and furs, they know the new Jabot
and the waist that has new and ex
pensive touches. Men, unless in the
drygoods business, do not pretend to
keep abreast of the times in all the
little niceties of a woman's costume.
"When a woman has worn a certain
frock more than once to some- social
BISBEE VOTES BONDS
FOR HIGH SCHOOL
Board Will Call Mass Meeting of Citi
zens, at Which Time a Site
AV1II Be Selected.
Bis bee. Ariz., Feb. 4. By a vote of
nearly three to one, Bisbee taxpayers
passed the proposed $80,000 high school
bond issue. The final count showed a
total of 236 votes cast. 172 for, 64
against and four not counted. About
one-third of the votes were cast by
women. The school board will soon
name a date upon which a general mass
meeting will be held for the selection
of the site of the school.
The issue will bear Interest at the
rate 6f 5 1-2 percent per annum. The
bonds will be refunded at the rate of
S10.000 a year, beginning In 1916.
The report of the county health of
ficer, just issued, shows that there
were only 15 cases of typhoid fever
originating in Bisbee last year. Only
one death resulted. Four years ago
there were more than 100 cases re
ported. The funeral of Adam Grimm, who died
at the Copper Queen hospital, was held
under the auspices of the local Moose.
Interment was made in Evergreen cem
etery. Eight signs, calling attention to the
various speed limits, have been posted
by the street department. Two of the
signs are located at the north and
south city limits and regulate the speed
of vehicles to 10 miles an hour. The
rate at the Bisbee bank corner is four
miles an hour.
Senator Sims and representatives
Grahm and Ball have gone to Phoenix
Ofcsemtioni taken sts a.nu. saveatyflSliffis
pclan Una. Air prasjura rodoced to sea If L
Jso&us (continuous llnej) pus through peinti
of equal tlr pressure. Iesthsaks (Jcttd Haes)
pas tiro ash points of equal tataperavure : drawn
only far zero, freesine. 905. and WOP.
O clean Q partly cloudy: olouan
rain; anox: 67) report mteiB.
Arrows ay with thoTTlnd. First flsares, tesper
atare; second, proctaitatkm of .01 lnoh or ao? t
tor put 34 bona; third, mxinc
, mxilmuin wind to
COMMITTEE IS AWRAWRTNG
PROGRAM FOR CATTLEMEN
For the purpose of arranging a pro
gram .for the cattlemen's convention, a
meeting of the program committee is be
ing held at the chamber of commerce
this afternoon. It is proposedto have
automobile rides, dances, and possibly a
horse show as particular attractions for
the women who come- "
Badges have been ordered and' invita
tions are being sent to the members of
the Texas Stockmen's association and
the Panhandle-Southwestern Stockmen's
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Gaby Dealy, Who Is Now Tiny
gathering she feels that she must get
a new dress, not to attract the atten
tion of men. but to show the other
women that she or her husband can
An Kffectlre Combination.
I am sure that black and white Is
the most effective combination and I
felt this long before it became fash
ionable. Men always like it. especially
in the evening, and the woman whose
skin is clear can wear the dull black,
while she who has a sallow or color-
lees skin should always weir glossy
materlals, and she will do well to get
to the attend the session of the legis
lature. Postmaster Cassldy has Issued a
statement denying the reports pub
lished in Los Angeles and Phoenix
newspapers that the first examination
in Arizona for postmasters of the fourth
class will be held in Phoenix February
22. Mr. Caseidy states that the first
examination of this character was held
in Bisbee. the examination being for
the position of postmaster at Naco a
postofflcee of the fourth class.
SURVEY TRACTS FOR
ENTRY NEAR BISBEE
Bisbee. Ariz., Feb. 4. The geological
survey, which has been at work up
Tombstone pivon for some time past,
has completed the survey of a six-mile
square tract that is to be opened for
entry and has begun work on a. second
tract of like size. The tract just sur
veyed Is generally hilly land, while the
new tract will be more level. The par
ty is in charge of engineer J. Hess.
City sealer Quick has decided that he
has encountered one of the chief causes
of the high cost of living in Bisbee.
According to Mr. Quick, housewives are
in the habit of ordering "a dollar's
worth of sugar, a package of butter, a
tin of lard," etc. These measurements
cannot, of course, be tested either by
weights or measures, although house
wives think they are getting standard
amounts. In many cases the packages
are below the weight or measure ex
pected. Try the new Turkish bnthi and bar
ber shop. Paso del Norte hotel.
S. Department of Agriculture
WILLIS L. MOORE. Chief.
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El Taso, Tuesday, Feb. 4, 1913.
El Paso and vicinity Fair tonight;
VediieS4lay unsettled and colder.
New Mexico Generally fajr tonight
and Wednesday; colder in east portion.
West Hexas Fair tonight; colder in
the Panhandle; Wednesday unsettled and
'ItED," TIIB SWlTCIIMIsVS
KniKXD, KILI.BU BY EN'GIXE.
There is sadness in tne switch shanty
ot the G. H. "Red" is dead. He was
not enroled as an employe of the great
Harriman road, for "Red" was only a
do. But he was one of the most
faithful little men on the job in the
local railroad yardg. and never was
off duty a day until a switch engine
struck him and put his green light out
He was owned by Arthur Merton. the
yardmaster's clerk, but was claimed by
every railroad employe of the G. H.
SPECIAL SPANISH DIS1IBS
EVERY DAY AT SIIELDOX CAFE.
A carload of sash and doors at about
baU price. Lander Lumber Co.
Ing nt the Winter Gardes.
cream color instead of blue white.
Very few women can wear pu--e
white, by the way. It is most unbe
coming and I advise all of you who
admit that you dress to excite the envy
of women rather than the admiration
of men to flee from pure white.
Pink is wonderfully attractive. It
makes the young face look younger
I and throws youthful reflections
I the skin that is no longer fresh.
j A hat faced with pink subtracts five
I years from some faces.
J As to blue. It is not always becom-
I ing. but men adore it. I wonder whv?
ACTRESS EISSES BALD
Minneapolis Clergyman Takei Son lp
Front at Musical Comedy Mark of
KoBRe Ik Left en Pate.
Minneapolis. Minn . Feb. 4 The Rev
G. L. Morrill, pastor of the People's
church and ardent foe f the "turkey
trot," had just seated himself at the
breakfast table when there tas an ex
clamation of surprise from his wife.
"Why, Mr. Morrill." she crfcd, "your
head is bleeding." T
Regardless of the fact that he had
one of Mrs. Morrill s very best napkins
in his hand, the pastor passed the linen
across his unvegctaicd dome and gazcu
at the result. There was a streak of
crimson on the cloth.
"What has happened?" anxiously in
quired Mrs. MorrilL Then the pastor
"That's not blood," he explained: "it's
rouge," and noting the lock of conster
nation on Mrs. Morrill's face, the doc
tor proceeded to the details of what he
declared was the most embarrassing ex
perience In his entire career.
Dr. Morrill took his young son to the
theater to see a musical comedy. The
pastor was seated on the aisle in one of
the front rows when Veiaska Surratt
stepped into the audience, and before
he knew what had happened, kissed him
on the dome. The actress started to
ward some other baldht-ads. but was
forced to retire under a torrent of de
nunciation from the Rev. Mr. Rorrill.
"Well, what did Mrs. Morrill say?" in
quired a friend, "after you made your
"Huh!" retorted the pastor. "She told
me to buy a wig or quit going to see
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KI Paso Readings
6 a. nt. 6 p. hi.
Barometer (sea level) 30.09 30.03
Dry thermometer 32 53
Wet thermometer 28 3S
Dew point 21 15
RehUire humiditv 61 21
Direction of wind v NE. W.
Velocity of wind 1 7
State of weathei, Clear. Tt. Cldy.
ltainfall last 24 hours . . 0
Highest temp last 24 hrs.. 56
Lowest temp, lart 12 hra.. 31
Height of river this morning above
fixed zero mark. 11.7 feet. Rise in last
24 hours, 0.2 feet
COKDEMSED STATEMENT OF THE CONDITIO
El Paso, Texas
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS, H0VEMBER 26, 1912
Lease aad InvesineBis
Cash ob hand
Surplus aad Profits
STATE NATIONAL BANK
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $200,000.
INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
C. R. M0REHEAD, President C. W. BASSETT, Vice Presides.
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pree. GEO. D. FLORiT, Cashier.
L. J. GILCHRIST. Asst Cashier.
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We are always ready and willing to advise and assist our de
positors in business matters, and to pass conservative judgment
on prospective investments
Why not begin that savings account now? Start it with J19.P0,
$5 00, or even $1 00 If you wait until you have a hundred dol
lars before you begin, the chances are you will never do it.
Open an acount with us today, however small, and lay the foun
dation for your future fortune.
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Pimples in Hair and on Face and
Hands. Turned to Festers and
Sores. Cwld Not Steep. Cuti
cura Soap and Ointment Cured
in Two Weeks.
Bladen. Georgia. " I bugured ten months
rKfc itching of the akin. It bsgan on my
body in smalt red pimples, thea alt in my
hah- and on my face sod hands. Tho pan
pies festered aed Una began to turn into
sores. They itched and buraed badly until
I could cat help tmlrWag ttaem. They
begaa to tSiagu-u ay fcaada aad fees after
itch worse wfcea I put them in water. My
hair camo oat gradually. I could not sleep
or da any of my work for the Hemag and
bcxaiagoftbCBorcs. I tried three medidaea
and found very little esse. I suffered niao
months with the rod pimples itching and
burning. Then I began tin use of Cctfears
Soap and Ointment. I woald bathe with
the OutJcura Soap three times each day bat
onty uso the Cfatk-cra Ointment on rising
and retiring. After keeping this up two
weeks all to sores and Itching had disap
peared. I was completely cured by the Cu
tteora Soap and Ointment m two weeks."
(afeaed) Miss Maggie D. Hotees. Apr. 16.
"Way not have a dear skin, soft wMte
hand, a dean scalp and good hair? It is
your birthright. Coticnra Soap with an
oxaraonal use of Cutfcnca. Ointment will
bring about then cOwsted eeadidons in
most caM when all else fafe. SoJdthroogh
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post-card "Cvtkana, Dept. T. Boston "
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EVER BODY'S DOIX IT.
Tom Moore has hiked off again to El
Paso and may move there soon. From
the Nogal notes in the Carnzozo, N. M.
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We give gas for extraction.
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El Paso Texas.
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Civil Engineer and Surveyor
410 Caples Building
El Paso, Texas Phone 4290
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headache, dullness, head and nosa
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ness and rheumatic twinges.
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the knowledge that there is nothing
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cold or end Gripe misery as promptlv
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no quinine be sure you get what 'a
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In eery home. Tastes nice acts
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