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EL PASO HERALD
Bedtime Story For the Little Ones
UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE CLAM CHOWDER.
i bv Howard n. r.ARiJ.:
iJ.i.K an things .special you
ould like for lunch today.
ncle Wiggily?- asked NurM
1 azzy Wuzzy, the muskrat lady
r . -ekeeper, as she started out of the
"-n stump bungalow one morning.
h-m would It be If we had clam
'ir, as this is Friday," said the
1 - rabbit. "I'm very fond Of it.
u - .irrots cut up in It."
.l right. I'll make some." prom
, rse Jane, and now she went
uuck pond ocean, where he
" cldm. bring. nx them to the
:.-'! in their shells so they
i i kp nice and fresh.
' i' 'ust leave them here on the
r ii- ii table." she said to Uncle
v. while 1 go up to the store
.-onif tomato sauce to put in the
ujpr Don't let any of the clams
i wa while I'm gone."
Sue? they won't run very far!"
hert :b bunny uncle. "Clams can
at high tide, when there
water in the ocean, and there
- Mv now. But m watch them."
- h- down by the table and
r..i nt the clams that were on It.
' ' ; m hd his shell tightly shut
fi ' - raid a word.
r rtatnly will make a nice
! thought Uncle Wiggily.
: hit one. for instance." and
- ' ' l at a ery large clam. "He
- - -i platA full of juice Just in
Hell pie the chowder a
w 1 1 nai thinking so
t t th- chowder that he never
! bail. old. fuzzy fot creep--.
pmp and creeping through
.'o.-r into the kitchen. It
1 ' i until the fuzzy creature
- It in le Wiggily In his paws.
iMf nunny gentleman knew he
- - lgh.
v 1 ..nr again T have vou!
i o fnK -This time you'll not
MRS. N, MORRIS
Says no one knows how she
suffered for seven long
hi gained twenty pounds or
r."f and aiione who knew the
i f-d'lf .1 condition I was In can read
i ''p the wonderful change Tan lac
hs ma lie in rac," said Mrs. X. F. Mor
vp . ivides at 910 East Missouri
' i ill ao. Texas, after using five
t ' 1 -s f the 'Master Medicine."
o:i . ' -he continued, "except
- Tin u d the same way can have
i ui a faint idea of the awful suffer
S I went through for seven years.
j nad indigestion, a bad stomach and
r j"kiimii in my back and shoul-
e vrtn a day, and even months
r hae lived most alto
y liquids. Occasionally for
1 lu-i. 1 was allowed a glass of
. m a little stale bread toasted.
i I l"! I couldn't even take that.
: ten drink water without
t iu- tii trouble. I was often so
:l .tauseated I felt like I would
' f n id ?nm days there wasn't an
i r i i i uh,'t I would have a vomit- ;
- 1 i fid while in this fix I was ,
. . xhaii5trd. The gas on rr- j
i . n neait neat s-o ia-a
i I,k.- it w ou!d jump out of
1 ' ana I just had to struggle
s-.dih I was very nervous,
. u' K t si ep at night and felt tired
-d wo'-i.-nut all the time. I had
-r-i! fieada.hes and. really. I never
i v w .iai u was to be free from suf-
. . je i
1 -if.i thiee months in one hos-
.i I ,i d v. as told my trouble was
. bv either gallstones or aooen-
rut 1 came back to El Paso
at 1 J.-p: getting worse. My suffer--r
w.' so terrible I didn't much care
whA-her I lived or not. and I had be
- if di-i -uraged and down-hearted,
i I w n; to a hospital and had my
tt' d1 . removed, but I still suffered
e way and became more de
1 r,n' e'.t than ever. My husband and
"imil r 'id out hundreds of dollars
-- .i z to set something to help me.
.i d j i-t t think a few bottles of
i - - i,ae done more than every-
fl- ertninly seems remarkable
t "lac seemed to go right o
f l of inv trouble and in a few
- - l a pood appetite and com
' a- ,rd to gain in weight anj
rppc-h M rheumatism and nerv-
jf-- ar gone and I sleep good
-.- itisht. and rav appetite is so
I hae to guard myself to keep
f-i ea'ing more than I should. I
'i i taking Tanlac but 1 har
rai mten -o stout and healthy
1 t'.at I don't get any more
I m talking Tanlac all the
t n e aid mv friends often speak of
I'T ' -1- i l.ett- I look"
' '-'Id in Kl Paio by Kellv
- i I'm indr the personal
1 r t al Tanlae repre-
Suggestions to Childless
Among th virtues of Lydia E.
Pink ham's Vegetable Cocnpouad ig the
ability to correct sterility in the
case? of many women. This fact is
v U established as evidenced by the
fiiiowing letter and hundreds of others
Kf have published in these cohims.
Poplar Bluff, Mo. "I want other
women to know what a blessing Lydia
1 r nnKham s vege-
taoie tompouno has
been to me. We
had always wanted
a baby in our borne
but I was in poor
health and not able
to do my work. My
mother and hus
band both arced me
to try Lydia E. Pink
Compound. I did
so, my health im
proved and I em now the mother of a
nne baby pirl and do all my own house
irork." Mrs. AlXIA B. TlMMONS, 216
iimond St., Poplar Bluff, Mo.
In many other homes, once childless,
therp are now children because of the
Tact that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
; omnound makes women normal,
aeaJthy and strone
Write to the Lydia E. Pinkham Medi--mc
Co.. Lynn. Mass., for advice it
nil be confidential and helpful.
RUBBER HEELS 35c
Tr1 - SHOE A WD
? MESI AIR.
I 'iiii' ly.imm
get away from he. Mr. Longears"
"No, I guews I can't get loose."
sadlv said the bunny uncle "But whv
don't you let me go? hat do you t
want with me
"I"m going to carry you off to my
den." fwirl the fox. sweeping his big
brush-like tail around the kitchen,
supercilious like and disproportionate.
"Get ready to leave your happy home.
You're going with me:"
Unrle Wiggily didn't want to go.
but there was no help for It. The fox
started to grab the bunny uncle up in
his paws when, as the bad creature
did this his tall happened to brush
past the table where the chowder
clams were waiting for Nurse Jane to
"I say friends," said the biggest
clam to the others. it seems a shame
to let this fox take Uncle Wiggily
away, doesn't it T
"Yes. it does." agreed another clam.
"Suppose," went on the first l.int.
"that we save Uncle Wiggily from
"But how can we?' the others
wanted to know, speaking in a sort
of whisper, of course.
T11 show you." said the l.i rlam
"The next time the fox brushes his taM
over near me. I'm going to open m ;
shell, grab bold of the M,I and 1 --Id
I'll do the same." said the s- -nd i
"But what good will it dor aked
"Oh! it will scare the for." was the ,
answer, "and he ll let tmie
go. Let's all do It
"We will" cried the other lan
So first the largest one prabbed
hold of the fuzzy tail of the fo
"That is strange." said the haggv
animal, flopping his tail about. "1
must have a lot of burdock burrs and
briars on my talL It feels ery
Then, while the first and lareet
clam held on. another took hold until
nil the chowder creatures were hang
"lb This Is terrible'" rHed the
fox. who. because his tail was behind
him couldn't see what had happened
"Mv tail is as heavy as lead"
Then Uncle Wiggily. seeing the
rlam fast to the tail of the fox. knew
the biting creature couldn't catch him
if the bunny ran. and run he did. get
t'ner safely awav from the fox. who
1 ouldn't run fast, and drag so irnnj
heavy clams after nim.
So Uncle Wiggily was aved, vou
see. and when the clams opened their
shells and dropped off the fox' tail
Uncle Wiegily liked the shellfish so
much that he ate his chowder without
them, usinsr potatoes instead
And if the fig pudding doen't t.-.ke
all the dates out of the calendar and
make raneake of them Til tell you
next about Uncle Wiggily and th
yeast cake copyright, 1917, by Mc
Clure Newspaper Syndicate
NEWS NOTES FROM HID
BO" is one of the cle erest
four 1 gg d stars in motion
pictures. He w ill plav sick.
register joy or sorrow with r al tear
streaming from his eyes, stand on his
hind legs, fore paws or head, and do
almost anything his little mistress
commands him to do. "Bobo" is a
brindle bull puppy o ned by little
Mar- McAlister. and appears w:th her
in hr current Kfsanar s ns. "Io
Besides being a motion picture
star, little Miss McAlister is an hon- ,
orary Red Cross nurse. She won the ,
honor by giving a practical demon
stration in first aid to the injured
in a big Chicago department store.
using "Bobo as her model. Her per
formance nrtted ilwv for the
SHE'S STAR NOW.
Constance Talmadge had her denut
as a motion picture star In New York
recently when her new play. "The
Lesson, was first on the screen at
a Ked Cross benefit.
Miss Talmadge is still In her teens.
She flashed Into the limelight as the
Mountain Girl In D. W. Griffith's
spectacle. "Intolerance." Although
she was not starred In that produc
tion, the film public soon learned
Already, since her entrance into
the ranks of the Selznlck stars was
announced, she has begun receiving
floods of letters from all parts ot
the country congratulating her upon
having achieved fame with such un
"The I wesson," as adapted by
Charles Giblyn from the story by
Virginia Terhune Van de Water, be
longs to the new school of photo
plays in which the "big punch" Is
registered, not by shocking the an
dience with horrors or moral aberra
tions, but by reaching the heart in a
simpler and more direct. If more
Tom Forman, who has acquired an
enviable reputation as leading man.
may assume the role of leading man
i w iuau nutnua
I rine, as he has enlisted in the coast
artillery federal reserve. Like man;
- LOCAL AND
Train Hull. in. nrlsiflC flhOllt 6ft flftA mAmKr har
AH afternoon and night trains for
today are reported on time.
Lea e Tour Baggage
Checks at Longwell's.
Make no mistake. Telephone No. 1.
KHno-Siredlh Frontier Opened.
Tetrograd. Russia, Aug. 17. The
Russo-Swedish frontier which was
closed recently has been reopened.
ri. Bryan. Dentist.
208 Herald Bldg.
K. C Street Seritee KrsHmed.
Kansas City. Ho, Aug. 17. Street
car service was resumed today after
a nine day strike of motonnen and
conductors. In settlement reached
yesterday the carmen gained the priv
ilege of membership in a labor or
ganization and to select committees
of employes to deal with possible
grievances, while the car company
was victorious In its contention for
the "open shop."
Or. X. T. Meere. 407 Martin Bldg.
New Yorkers Join YtcHsnte.
New Tork. Aug. 17. More than 1M
citizens of Xew Tork. it was an
nounced today, had Joined the newly
formed vigilantes committee to wage
a vigorous campaign against soap box
orators whose utterances are con
l,earn French. We have the books.
Ideal Boek Store. 30 S. El Paso St.
Man Killed Br Officer.
TVnver. Colo.. Aug. 17 An uniden
tified man was shot and killed about
? nolo k this morning by patrolman
Bopp after the man was seen trying
to enter a drug store. The officer
called to the man and he started to
run The patrolman fired after call
ins: apaiii and the bullet pierced the
V nice. Calif
Home September lt.
-amrn IMeHs;- Wh '!r- ll.tTW.
I M iIo.Mtvi tVAIidoT3 I
other Laskili.-:.. Kirn an Joind! the
Seventeenth company of th's organi
zation", which is captained by Ted
Duncan and has as its second lieu
tenant Walter i.on.
Clothes may make some women,
but not Valeska Suratt. In a greater
part of "Wife Number Two," Miss
Suratt wears a gingham dress. Those
who have seen her say she is just as
beautiful in it as in the more bril
liant creations of other plays.
Viola Dana Emily Stevens. Slabs!
Taliaferro. Alia Nazimova. Kmmy
Wehlen. Edith Storey. Francis X.
Bushman. Beverly Bayn. Ethel Bar
rymore and Harold Lockwood will
have no vacations this summer.
The dense redwood forests near
Santa Cruz were used for the settings
in "Babes in the Wood." the Kiddie
feature soon to be shown.
Mary Pick ford, when she was
years old. became a member of the
Toronto Stock company. She was
born in Toronto.
pledged themsehres to a wheatless
and a meatless meal every day. the
food administration announced today.
T End Argentine Strike.
Buenos Airer. Argentina. Aug. 17.
The bureau of labor which has been
considering the case of the striking
railway workers has made a report
favorable to them. The minister of
public works has given the Central
Railroad of Argentina tb hours to
restore normal conditions. The strike
is considered settled.
Try Mrs. Clark's Cafeteria. :S Mc.a.
Mexican lloufte Heere.
Mexico City. Hex.. Thursday. Aug.
1C. The house of deputies recessed
tonight until August 30. The reg
ular session begins September 1. The
senate will continue in session.
Kay fever. Catarrhal deafness suc
cessfully treated. Drs. McCarthy. Os
teopaths, S02 N. Oregon. A new method.
Secret Wireless Station Found.
Buenos Aires. Argentina, Aug. 16.
A secret wireless station has been
discovered on the coast of the terri
tory of Chubut by the Argentine navy
department. The authorities believe
that th station s to be used in
communicating with suspicious ves
sels in tbe South Atlantic.
Kokimo Admits Killing Tries!..
Edmonton, Alberta, Aug. 17. Sin
nlslak. one of the Eskimos from the
Bloody Falls country on the fringe
of the Arctic ocean, who are on trial
here for the murder of father Rou
viers and father Ieroux. has con
fessed to the double crime and the
evidence was entered in the record
jesterday by the crown prosecutor.
Unusual Interest centers In the case
whi" h irvolved a two year sear li
! I'v little sroup f Rovai Northwest
rr ounte-1 polu f oer s t''i.n mile trpil
th'fuitM th r. i!ir f tne noMh
Once In The Limelight
Being Tales of Those Who Reached the Frout Page
and Then Dropped Back to Obscurity.
I'HN J. McDKVITT. better known
Butch ' or " The Millionaire
- a L'aj." was born in an oo- 1
toun in i'ennsyltanla. His early
i- S't nt as a slate picker.
I i-irig into notice as
irsur in Januar. 3alJ. It(-vclt were -!rugaling for lh po
: .'.ujjid in im tir..-r:ain iitiui -u:rt'mcy of the nat:n.
ihd.t he was headed for New
101k show those used to flirting I
) with the bright lights just what a I
real millionaire could do in the way !
of hitting em up'
He soon after left Wllkes-Barre. ,
and. aboard a special train, accom-
T named by a doctor and private secre-
; .rv un.l wnril -e-nlmn of oft lor" I
ar una enaiess
1 1 he assorted roles of valet, waiter. '
1 . 00k, porters, etc, arrived in New 1
lork and went to a leading hotel. 1
w here he proceeded to rouse the me- I
... . :
His monev. wnicn represen.ea nw
j, : . - ...iH.. iv n,.tier'
I life savings, was e idently a matter
for "Pcul"o.n- n.d hjf own "lie
of his financial standing mas some-
what in error. After a day in .ew
York he failed to give the Jaded Man- !
hattanites any particular thrill and 1
was forced to Borrow monrj nuui .
bis friends to return home.
UrcMes tt Be Prr.Wettf.
Soon after the wild dash to New
York "Butch" decided that he was
destined to become a great politician,
and forthwith made all preparations
to conquer the state of Pennsylvania
for himself. He organised the "Mc
Devitt party" and. after holding the
important office of constable and
ward leader he csme to the conclusion
th.t tli I nited States needed him to '
decide the destinies of the nation. 1 cept any post which you may ha ly
Following bis decision to be pre I- ing around loose." he n rote president
dent he sent out announcements in- t Wilson.
forming the public that he would hold "I do nnt know what you might
j For Ingrowing Nails.
N'E of the most painiui amn
ions of the foot is an lngrow-
ng nail. Even a corn pree
against by tight shoe, cannot hurt
more. And the woman who i so tro i
bled, cannot wear shoes that are either
smart or pretty.
Ingrowing nails are caused bv too
shot or too tight shoes. snl often
by carelessness in the matter of keep
ing the nails trimmed. One almost
certain way to cure an ingiowing
nail is to cut the nail In a slih Y.
the point turning inward. Some
chiropodists say this does not h"lp
hot It does, though it costs the chi
ropodists money, oy losing them . us
tomers. Any woman can cut lier own
toe nails! Nature draws this V to
gether, and this pulls tbe corner of
the nail from the inflamed flesh
At the same time, the feet should !e
washed in hot salt water, ami scrubbed
with a stiff brush. Then the flesh
around the base of the nail can br
gently loosened, and the feet drier!
And. unless it is too painful, tne .or
ners of the afflicted nail should he
lifted gently, and a wisp of absorbent
cotton soaked in an antiseptic shouW
be run under the nail.
This treatment, if taken in time,
will cure any ingrowing nail thouuh
where the trouble haa been neglected
for a long time, it may be necessarv
to call in a surgeon. But no sensible
woman ever neglects herself to tins
serious extent. Otherwise, the nails 1
should be cut to conform to the shape
of the toe. either stralcht across or In
a very slight curie, just so the nail
protects the end of the toe. as nature
intended it. But the nails of the lrce
toe should always be cut in this slight
V. because modern shoes tend to pics .
and hurt that special nail. j
truestiens and Answer..
Imogene Some cold creams start
bair growing on some faces It de-
pends upon the ingredients m the
cream and the type of skin. Mostly,
however, cold cream will not grow
hair. The preparation you mention is
one r never heard of. About the toe. I
would see the best chiropodist in town.
Manv corn cnre bv contninlnr lnirre
dlents powerful enough to eat aws
the allous fleh. ontlnue to eit the
fl" -h arid soreness and often infe- tion
rvilt tT tie preparatii-n 1h horn
;.m ;..! j T'ie ih:npr.' v 11 ttet
a ctnention in Arlanrc r'.ty to nom
inate himself for I he presidency. His
.1 . . ... K.. r .. .1 ...... h 1 1 .if h iU
cios'st associates and a few persons
who had been lured by promises or
i great financial gam and position if
Needle s to sa. wt,e w uson ana
"Butch's" little hand piCKed carn-
aificance to the world at Urge, and
he was thrown into the discard by the
former admiring delegates.
He did not let such a small mat-
ter defeat deter him. however, and
V" i irSi .IffS-fw.?!"
I"""! ,1""r V
. inETon lor ine Dunraye ok DreveminK
, statue to the nation.
Some practical joker secured
services of a band and when McDevitt
arrived at the capital he was met by
a cheering: crowd (recruited for the
ruvaafAKi . n H f ha mnciiianc
... . . " V . . .
Washington, howevre. did not take
. ,.. ..fi,.i .. .
iwrmu for a future ovation "was de-
' M b , cntef o no.. Conrress
could not see tha value to the nation
of McDevttt's statue and turned him
down without even taking the trouble
i" n 11.
Then "Butch" returned again to
Wilkes-Barre and oncocted another
scheme which brought him again into
the limelight. He announced that he
was going to ask president Vtlson to
appoint him ambassador to Ireland.
Letter to the President.
"Believing It to be the duty of every
man qualified to be ambassador to
offer his services when the call is
made. I wish to announce that 1 am
prepared at a moment's notice to ac
Null can lr rut t cure the lngrunlng
th tweezprs i,i?tf;il f--r
rrlief If the lortr. er
ihe:n. thi wilt mirw fir-n
bad. Mtvu n
"lie i.. . i ii-l kill th.
the onl pei m..r in u.t Nn:h. oap I
nor powder caused tlicm. a crtam con-
tain in certain fata and olla tnijeht I
navp "-tariff! trie ijnmtr' or ' mmht
have jui happened Ther i neer i
nv ftpnarpur tnn!e for the erowth nf
lmir iibn.-p (he !in I
.1c r i
Years Ago TodJPopular Texas
Prom The Herald of bl.
Fred r C
annual report of Brig. Gen
rirant. U. S. A , com-
tg the military department
of i(u, has been made public. The
i r --r is aildressed to the secretary of
war and dea!s with the needs of the
li t'n.ti ifnt in every way. The gen
Hf,i j.as some sigh compliments to
l.l ao nnl recommends that Fort
ft!'-c be greatly enlarged, stating that
t a larRe number of soldiers should be
U. .n this city at all times.
Kai in the report the general sas
ne of the first considerations whan
must enter into the maintenance of
military stations along the Mexican
frontier is th absolute control in time
of war For this great reason. El Paso
must always be regarded as a stra
tegic point on account or being the
important railroad center
Cus J. Kra and wife have sonf to
Mineral wells to stay for
A. Hilie returned from Cloudcroft
last evening, greatly improved in
health by his outlna;.
Tho largest crowd of the season
leathered at Washington Park last
night. The show was aboie the aver
age. Fred MrKeehan has returned from a
trip to Colorado where he went in the
Interests of the United States immi
Maury Kemp, county attorney, will
leave on the Southern Pacific for San
Antonio, where he will remain for the
r ext week or so.
Things are booming: down the ral
ley. according to E. E. Shackford. who
returned to El Paso a few days ago,
and a great crop is to be harvested.
Sealed bids are being received at
the office of the Texas Worid'a fair
commission, in Dallas, for the erection
of the Texas building on the World's
Fair grounds at St. iJouis.
The Border Rifles are now in Aus
tin, ready for th. state encampment,
which opens tomorrow. The boys
were given a rousing send-off Satur
day night khen they departed over
the U. H. at a late hour. The EI Paso
company had to travel a greater dis
tance than any other Texas company.
JOB IO B IS SERGEANT.
Joe Stowe. formerlv captain of de
tectives, will take th. place of Ser
geant Dan Thompson, working on the
dav shift with Capt Tom Armstsong.
The new arrangement is only for the
' 90 days that former police Capt. I. L.
, Hall will be away at the officers'
I training camp at San Antonio At
I the end of that time Is Capt. Hall is
commissioned tha arrangement will
1 probably be made permanent.
j TODAY'S DAINTIEST DISH
Hy COXSTAXCE CLARKE.
FREE one can of salmon from the
skin and bone, flake It into small
pieces, season with salt and pep
per. Wash one head of lettuce, remove
the outside leaves and reserve the
heart of the lettuce for garnish- Cut
or break up the remaining leaves Into
ire iiounm 01 me saiaa dow:, reason
it with sale and papper, pour over a
little mayonnaise, then put a layer of
salmon, season, and a little sauce
think, but I would say. merely aa a
suggestion, that I would accept either
England or Ireland, the latter pre
ferred, because I am in closer touch
and always hare been with the Irish
tnan any other race.
"I can sympathise with yon as an
officeholder, for I have been in the
same box myself, being constable of
my ward for five years, so I can ap
preciate wnat yon are up against.
am a young man. comparatively
speaamg. wnn an excellent education
and in all respects would compare
lavoramy wnn yourseu ana wry an.
Sst Working at l'resent.
I am not working at present and
will be pleased to hear from yon at
once. If yon -are too busy, refer the
letter to Bryan or someone else In
i your cabinet. Please give me in de
tail the list or all vacancies, the sal
ries that they pay. and other essential
"I understand that the weather man
Moore, has left his Job. What does
the position pay and what are the
"Would I have the privilege of con
ducting a ball In the reception room
of the white house in case I accept
one of the offers you will nuke?
Kindly let me hear from yon at once.
"The following are a few refer
ences: Charles McDevitt. father; Jo
seph McDevitt. brother; Hugh Me
"Butch" made a tour of the east
with his statne In IS IS. offering It to
various towns throughout Xew Eng
land, but nowhere did his efforts
meet with success and he returned to
his Pennsylvania home rather dis
couraged. His efforts to secure a wife were
many and varied, and at one time ne
snnounted through tbe medium of
the daily press that he had received
offers f-om more than 10.000 women
who wanted to marry him.
El Paso Woman's Wire
Causes Wife To Shoot
Husband, Child and Self
' 'i. othe. . Aug 17 Because
'toman named. rora"' from El
I ao T.-xa-!. had sent a telegram to
he- husband notifying him that she
was . nming here to claim him as her
liushaiid Mrs. James Nelson late last
inirh: si.ot and killed her husband,
ho; hr e.gnt year old boy and then
kill.-.! htrself. The boy died this
"ho woman left a note explaining
tin she had done the shooting. The
famiH iame here recently
r ' Viajne. Ind. Nelson was
f -ip!o-. on construction work at
the new army cantonment here.
At V'r. oro.ery company. East
Mi Ar.t .n'o Mr-et. repairs; i0.
'.j-t t.I Pain. Manz.na street First Na
tions bank lo Mr,. S. and R. W. Lewis
1 s - and :3. biork 45. August . 1917,
IJeensed te Marry,
lo soli, and Eilaa Contreras.
WllKm H. Fortln and Ella Jlerrltt.
Superfluous Hair Now
Removed Roots and All!
(Nw and ItsUniiBrMt H4MnrMHbdi
j hoon to women trouMed with uir
f i' hi- i the n phrlaitme proc
! i- t..ia! un.ik- the deptlatorv
'n m anl oirvr mtthols hfretfor'
ip..l f. - -t h- r. m..al of halrr
- Th- It th t.r.'j- thine that
f on tr rI. the hair rnmnlei.K
M all m ..n nVn horn, without thf
wiiUnw of nn tMpert Th result cn
BOt 4cui4 f.r th utpr ii-
r r '"i wu.T h-r ..wn e ;
A ot phelactlne. with easy direr-
yonm - rn " had at any drucstore
ls n-"iy harmlis ( a . hld rould Baf-
,v t tr i odnri-.s anl non irrltatine .
r ri nn nf
I MHS M. I . U'CAll.m.
M.mdredo n' on,.n I-, Teia. r
', silently suffering llelief is at hand.
This is proen conclusively by the
statements made by many well-known
women who wish to let their friends
and acquaintances know where relief
can be found.
Mrs. M. McCaul.v. lni Wren St.
Marshall, Teva-. made tne following
statement: "l have used Dr. Pierce s
favorite Prescription and it certainly
CASES OF ALDERSON AND
HOLLAND QUICKLY DISMISSED
Assault to murder and robbery by t
assault complaints naming Claude Ai
derson and George Holland met with
summary dismissal on motion of the
state when they came up for prelimi
nary hearing in justice J. M. Deaver's
court Thursday afternoon. Before
completion of the testimony of the
first witness the motion to dismiss
was made. This case was based on
alleged altercation in a barroom on
Alameda and iedras streets the even
ing of August 7.
MEN IN UNIFORM NOT PROVED
Frederi. k A Splcer who drives Jit
ney bus No 4S1 on the Fort Bliss and
Manhattan Heights route was arrested
Thursday afternoon charged with re
fusing to haul paseengrs. and dis
criminating agair.st a man in uniform.
After the testimony had been heard
in corporation court police Judge Pol
lock dismissed, the case, saying: that
he believed a mistake had been made.
Women who applied for positions as
life guards In Atlantic City have been
rejected by the beach surgeon, who
claims that they are not strong
enough to man the surf boats.
Continue In this way until the ingred
ients are used up. O.er the top pour
the remeinder of the mayonnaise. Rub
the yolks of two hard boiled eggs
through a siee. chop the whites
coarsely. Sprinkle some of the yolks
oer tha top of the salad. Cut the
heart of the lettuce into :mall pieces,
garnish round the dish alternately
with them, the cucumbers cut in
slices, and little groups of chopped
white of egg and olk. Serve as soon
as the salad is mixed. (Tomorrow
TKc Daily Novelette
TUB COLOR SC1IBHK.
r -. HE sun was beginning
to set '
iover the great city,
a scanrjil -
Mrs. Velocipede Jackson, culled,
stopped and set down her basket of
wash in wondering amazement,
mirthful awe and hilarious surprise,
as Mrs. Charlie Sins; toddled past.
"Well. I nebber." ejaculated Mrs.
Velocipede Jackson. "A Chinese
woman: The first ebber I see: Well,
ef that ain't the most curjousest
sight! Good as a circus! It sho' do
beat all how some races o" folks is
bom so comical looking! Ha. ha. ha!"
And as she stood cachinnating. Mrs.
Strutting Crow, wife of the chief of
an Indian village connected with
Whiasiebum's Wild Woolly West
Show, suddenly drew up her little
bronco and stared, fascinated.
"t'gh:" she laughed. "Heap funny
womans! Ugh. l"gh. Ugh:"
"Mercy!" exclaimed Mrs. Frothing
ham-Minow. leaning out of her sump
tuous ninety-cylinder Squord car and
raising her lorgnette to a languid
eye "K squsw person Well! Tee
hee! How very amusing. Drive on.
Henri, and do be careful not to run
over any white children."
The sun. yawning blushingly.
finished the day's setting.
HE busy hours of the day are not
Mrongly Influenced by the stars.
Neptune and Saturn ruling mild
ly for good. Later Jupiter Is in evil
The stars seem to presage business
fluctuations that bring great train to
a few and heary losses to many.
There Is a sign read aa promising
for all who are hampered by some
physical disability. To these will come
an access of intellectual power and
Saturn appears to give promise to
those who dig In the ground whether
as farmers, miners or soldiers.
Tbe south and all parts of the coun
try in which there is limestone should
benefit, tbe stars declare.
The new Moon finds Uranus in a
place that Is not encouraging for th
genera! conditions of the people of
the country, as it may cause a men
tal depression and discontent.
There Is a sign presaging a naal
engagement and apparently eivinsr
peace sentiment a serious setback.
Jupiter Is in a place that is on the
whole favorable for the president and
tbe I n i ted states government.
Aviation comes under a planetarv
direction in the United States which
gives assurance of supreme achieve
ment, htit not until many disappoint
ments dfljys and difficulties are over-
coMit- owing to unexpected events
Although statesmen shake their
heads, the stars appear to indicate
that the end of the war will not be
many month away. Astrologers de
clare that Saturn and Neptune ill
plague the leaner o sui-cessfulU tnat
the final scenes nf the conflict can
not h- far off.
The miperor of Auitna may be se-rinub!-.
affe. td by th. stars du- ng
this ouiigueration. Hia life as Tvell
as his scepter may bo n danger
Iv.s,tij ui Mr'h 'ate It is should
be u1' .luring the cn -nr
vear when speculation will be mot
('Inhirr-i born on Un (la r a 1
in. tiru.i tn he cT-aacar.t. owsrs
ilid me lots of good. I can re-on-.rnl
it to women who need a torn - to hal l
them up in general: it w.ll S the
work if directions are follow el"
Mrs R. P. Clanpltt. residma- a" 10""
13th St. Waco. Texa, m I v s
in very bad riea1'!!. but k
Pierce's Favorite Prescription go
all right and now feel befer man T
nave in a ions up e. i 100 i
woman's trouble ind nervou'n's ar. 1
it did me a world or good I ti re
ommend it to anjbody as being - goe'l
Favorite rr. sr- pt'on can b ob
tained from alTOt at' pros-"-" e
druggist, m eitier liquid ta il'
form. It has th guarantee of 4i
years behind it, and does not . oTan
alcohol nor narcoti.-s, but inrdien'S
.ire plainly prin-ed on the ipn
Kntirely vegtabl- and extracted
from native roon and herbs.
If not ob'Inable at our fla'ers
snd J1.00 !! It Pierc. lnal '.
Hotel. Buffa.o. N Y , and l.e w '.1 ft' 1
' larEe package of tablets, or send 51
1 cents for sma'l' r size.
Mrs. M. J. Powell, IIS Oleande- fe' .
1 Pan Antonio, Texas saj 1- "I ba used
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription in
' my family and find it to b a very f ne
remedy. I will recommend It to sn '
a.U who n in bad health, espcw.
to thoe who have wonai.
It will build them up and btnef.t - hn
1 if they wi.l try it." Ad..
Hurry, Mother! Remove
poisons from little stom
ach, liver, bowels.
Give "California Syrup of
Figs" at once if bilious
Look at : ie torzue. mother! If ca
ed. it is a sure sign that your : ..a
one's stomach, liver and boweis r ei
a gentle, thorough cleansing at o: t e.
When peevish, cross, listless, pa'",
doesn't sleep, doesn't eat or act natu
rally, or is feverish, stomach sou-,
breath bad: has stomach-ache, sto
throat, diarrhoea, full of coM. g .e a
teaopoonful of "California S -lj of
Fiss." and in a frw hours all tne : -
f constmated wasre. undietred
If , and sour bile frentlv moes ojc of
' 1 little bowels without griping, t-4
you have a well, playful child aci.x
tou neean t coax sick child-pn iy
uiej. love lts "delK,ou8" taae ani
1 alwaj s makes thTo feel sp'en-1. .
' Ask our drugrgist for a 5'1- -
bottle of t'alifornia Svrup 1 t-s '
which has directions for ha t. . .
dren of all ages and for crown ; s;
plainly on the bottle. Beware of
counterfeits sold here. To be s i-e
you get the genuine. ak to c t a
it is made bv "California F g F- -,p
Company." Refuse any ot-- -i
with contempt. Adv.
No taste, no nausea, no
griping, no danger New
Calomel tablets known as
One Calotab on the tor e s' ' -1-time.
a swallow ,.f atr.
Xo taste, no nausea, no grip v
wake up in the morning feiirto e
your lier actue. our system f -.
oughly purified and with a hearty ap
petite for breakfast Eat what .u
Please. no dang. The transf-'-r i
tion Is wonder:. ii Tou feel b. s; t
cheer."ul. c'.enr-h.-arlf d. energe'-.i; ail
Tou can now take your calo-r!
without the ahuhtest fear of unpleas
antness, for Cilotabs retain al! cf 'ne
llver-cUans.ne and svstem-nurifv ntr
qualities of the old-stvie ralo- el
w.thout any of the ohwcimrr,,.
qualitlea. Sold only In ong x
sealed packages, twenty doses i-thirty-five
cents. Tour drugs. s- ' as
authority to refund the price , x
Suarantee of your perfect sa- :'ie
Face Po wdet
tht Gnu Bom Onhf
8eft sad Tdrtty Massy back If net aa.
tlrslyplraMd. Nadlss Is purs and harm.
am. Adherea until waah rd o & Praraats
sunburn sad raturn of dlscolorauoca.
A talUlon deUshted atsra provs Its valsa.
Ttota. Flaah. Pink. Brurrtta, Whits.
Br Tailtt Camttn sr Mail. SOe.
National ToSat Company. Paria.Tna
increases s'resrth, of
d e 1 1 c a t uX
percent i'i tt 'i days
in m 1 a-tancS.
f ills as im