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JFX PASO HERALD
j Beauty Chats By Edna Kent Forbes
Use Of Hoi Drinks
HB n. rr.an who Is trying- to lm
prc her looks knows that;
qa.te frequently beauty is'
e:t.ned ! little things. Often a hot !
ath mud a face massage will brins
. uck the color and the fresh look. ;
nben a hard day has made her hag
gard and tired.
6omtims a brief rest will do won
ders. pomeMmpa even a hot cud of
tfi of offee is all that is needed to
'ransform a worn out looking woman
to one who looks fresh and fit.
If you wake up sluggish and a bit
.red, I loo't know of anything that
"ill bra e you up like a steaming
.iot cup of coffee, taken In bed pre
ferably. Tlx n a bath if you bathe
morning- ' aid washing the eyes with
. :i eyecup and an antiseptic, and
on II lc it as though you had slept
the besJ;h fleep of a child.
A hot cup of tea In the afternoon
will alK ays hare a soothing effect, i
It's warmth seems to quiet the
nerves. ani the enforced relaxation
while you drmk it. contributes its
-wn bit towards making you feel bet-
ter. And a hot cup of milk, or better,
et. chco!at-. drunk at night Just,
i.fire r-tirine;, will draw the blood
f-om the Dram, and do more towards,
-oo'hirg ou for a night's rest, than I
hlf the niFomonia cures on the mar-'
ket This will hulld up an anaemic!
body too. and put iiesn on a win one,
for bot chocolate Is very nourishing.
While to clear the skin of pimples,
to overcome a muddy c-implexlon, and
to obtain the clean.transparently fine
Fkin of real beauty, there is nothing
setter than drinking several glasses
of hot water every day.
Questions and Answers.
Mrs. W f B Send me a letter
with a self addressed stamped en-
Hope enclosed and I will send you
a recipe for the balr and also for the
flesh building cream. No, there Is no
charge for this. I am always glad to
e of any service. Tour hair needs the
v.nic. It seems to be slightly dry.
If you have a clear skin and a good
color, I think a dress of the color you
-ent would be most becoming, but If
. ou are pale I Imagine the color
ouid be too neutral by Itself
ho'jch it would depend a lot on the
f ay it was made. A vestee and collar
f palest flesh color Georgette would
rake it becoming; gray, gray blue or1
ictt-ic blue, used as trimming, would
horoscope (! SCHOOL DAYS
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McCtnlr Newsoaper Syndicate
A cnp of coffee taken before rising,
-rrill often start yon off feeling
brighter and fresher.
need a decided color touch if you In
clined towards paleness.
E. M. P. Skating will strengthen
your ankles. In time, they'll stop
hurting. Wear low heeled shoes,
massage the ankle and exercise It by
twisting the foot
Hardwood floors. Do you want
them? They don't cost much. Give
us the size of your room and we will
tell you what they cost complete. Put
your paint and building problems up
to us. Lander Lumber Co., phone
Thursday, February lfllS.
CCORDIXG to astrology this is a
most favorable day, all the In
fluences being read as stimu
lating and encouraging. Jupiter, Nep
tune. Saturn and the sun are In
; benefic aspect.
i The stars seem to encourage trade
and especially Initiative In new lines
of commerce. There Is a sign read
! as promising for novel enterprises
brought about by changed world con
This should be a fortunate day for
i all who go to sea. and warning la '
i given to make the most of every aus
J plclous sway, for over the waters
' broods peril greater than any that
' has vet menaced the United States.
Today should be most profitable for
all who deal In oil or oil products.
but the same planets that smile on
nnmmam thai nrnftfs hff netrnlAllm
1 also promise a substitute which "will
seem as miraculous as the turning of
water Into wine," the seers declare.
This is an auspicious aay ior all
who seek the favor of persons In high
place and there will be vacancies
much coveted before the summer,
astrologers predict These will occur
not only In the army but ia'various
This should be a day fairly fortu
nate ror mining Interests, ana especial
ly for those connected wltn copper.
Dnder this rule of the planets,
which Is supposed to accentuate en
ergy and egotism, warning Is given
that danger will lurk where persons
new to authority in army or navy
become oo self assertive.
Again It Is prophesied that 1918 will
be marked by surprises of every sort.
Sensational occurrences will become
common as the tardy spring advances.
All the Influences seem to focus
good and bad conditions for women.
In other words, they will experience
the greatest extremes.
Persons whose blrthdate It Is have
the anbury of a successful year
Those who are employed may expect
promotion. The young win court ana
Children born on this day are likely
to be generous and trustworthy
Many future statesmen come under
this sign. Copyright, 1918. by the
McClure Newspaper Syndicate.
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! Bedtime Story for the Little Ones 111 A Years Ago Today
j UNCLE WIGGILY AKD THE TIME TABLE. ill From The Herald ot 1
Here's the answer: Go to the
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with Calumet listen to her re
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member each of the expert baking
pointers, then try Calumet your
selfsee the wonderful, well raised,
wholesome goodies it bakes see
how it makes you an expert in
baking. That's the test that tells
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and many other noted Domestic
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the sice bunny rabbit gentle'
man, was spending the evening
at the burrow, or underground house
of Sammle and Susie Llttletall. the
bunny rabbit children. At Uncle
Wiggily's hollow stump bungalow
Nurse Jane Fuzzy Wuzzy, his musk
rat lady housekeeper, and Mrs. Wlb
blewobble, the duck lady, as well as
Aunt Lettie, the old lady goat, were
knitting socks for soldiers and the
dear animal ladies talked so much
and so fast that Uncle WIgglly went
out Just as the light does when
there Is no more gas.
Sammle was studying his home
work school lessons and, all of a
sudden he looked at Uncle WIgglly.
who was twinkling his pink nose like
some circus lemonade, and Sammle
"Uncle WIgglly, what's parched
"Why," asked the bunny, "have you
a two times arithmetic table example
In parched corn, as Jacko Kinkytall.
the monkey boy. had an example last
night about soap bubbles and lolly
pope?" "N'o: this Is my history lesson Tm
studying," said Sammle. "It says
here that the Indians ate parched
corn in winter. What's parched
"Well. It's something like popped
corn only different," said the bunny
rabbit uncle. "The Indians used to
take the kernels of corn and. Instead j
of popping them, lor this was a dif
ferent kind, and maybe they didn't
know how to pop anyhow they took
kernels of corn and made them brown
over a fire."
"Do you mean over the gas stove!"
asked Sammie's sister Susie who was
"Oh, no! Indians who lived here
many years ago didn't have gas
stoves." said Uncle WIgglly. "They
made a fire of wood, or corn cobs I
and did their parching over that.
Parched corn Is very good to eat.
Sammle. The Indians who used to
hunt my rabbit ancestors used to take
parched corn with them when they
"Did they nut it In their pockets?"
"Indians had no - norlret." snM
Uncle WIgglly with a laugh. "They I
carried it in a Dag. nut speaking of '
parched corn makes me wish I had '
some. And, If you ulke to come back I
me, Sammle, Til have Nurse I
3y nUWAUU It. GAItlh.
LONGEARS, So they did, and soon
nice and cozy and warm In their fur
coats under the snow, and they ate
tne parcnea corn irom sammie's
pocket and felt fine and went to
Sammle's mother didn't worry
about him for she thought he had
stayed all night at Uncle Wiggily's
bungalow. And Nurse Jane didn't
wony about Mr. Longesrs, for she
thought he stayed all night at Sam
So the bunny gentleman and little
boy stayed under the snow until
morning, eating parched corn for
breakfast, and then, when It was
light, they could see to find their way
home, and they made mom nnnhMi
corn for Susie.
So Its a good thing Sammle studied
his history lesson, you see and If the
condensed milk doesn't go sliding
down the ironing board with the po
tato masher. nnrt hnmn (..,. . I. -
kitchen sink, ril tell you next about
uuwo issuy ana susie's letter.
Copyrlgh. 1918. by McClnre n.
Fill Out With Pencil
Jane parch you some,
just how to do it"
"ril go. said Sammle, who had
finished studying his lessons. "Til go
get the parched corn with you. Un
"Please bring me back some."
"I wilt" promised Sammle.
So he and Uncle WIgglly. with the
pink, twinkling nose, set out for the
bunny rabbit gentleman's hollow
"It looks like snow." said Mr. Long
ears, as he glanced up at the sky
hat Is as much of It as he could see.
for it was now night
"Oh. well, we shan't mind the snow
If we have parehed corn," said Sam
mle with a laugh.
They went Into the hollow stump
bungalow and there Nurse Jane Fuzzv
Wuzzy, the nice muskrat lady house
keener, narched some sweet corn for
uncle WIgglly and Sammle. She
narched It In a pan over the gas stove
tor, saia sne:
If I mane a wood fire. m tfco Tn,
rtlsns had to. It would smoke up the
"Very true." agreed Uncle WIgglly.
'A gas stove Is not so rom.mtlr hut
It Is aulcker for parched corn."
So the bunny gentleman and Sam
mle and Nurse Jane ate the corn,
-racking the hard, crisp kernels with
their teeth, and then Sammtn filtorf
his pockets with some to take to
"Tv. It Is snowine- hnrrt " iM Un
cle Wtarc-Ilv. as he and the rabbit
boy started back for the TJttletall
burrow house. "I hope we don't get
"I hope so. too." said Sammle. But
hat Is Just what happened. It
nnowefl so hard and wns so dark that
'he bunnv rflhhit gentleman and llt
"e hov loot their wav In the woods.
Thev couldn't find the nath to Rm.
"le's house, and Hncle 'Wlggllv
IMn't know where hl hunealow wr
"Dh. dcirr cried Sammle "we'll
have tn stv In the woods all nlrht."
"Well, If we do we can eat pirehed
-orn as tbe Tndlani did." ald the
-nnnv twinkllne: his nlnk nose.
thomb you couldn't see It as It was
"Rut where can we stay In nil. this
tn-T pcVed Sommte
-We'll .r s lit" h-.r-e under the
snow," r,a Uncle Wiggily
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Trace every dot. and then I hope
Draw from one to two and so on to
You Can't Brush or
Wash1 Out Dandruff
This Date. 1304.
ONSIGNOR SERAFINO. ap-
pointed apostalic delegate to
Mexico, has arrived at Kw
zork and win proceed to Mexico
wumn a few days. It has not been
decided where he will cross the bor
der, but he may come by way of El
Paso. A commission of Mexican dig
nitaries will meet the new delegate
on the Mexican frontier.
Officials of the Mormon churen
have been summoned to Washington
to testify before the board Investi
gating the status of Reed Smoot sen
ator from Utah. ,
The W c T. U. held Its first series
co?!'3 .A Trinity
L-iuim la5t nignt The
contests are conducted In an effort
' '""T"" young people In patri-
Jir. ana Mrs. Louis Clyde Tan
ici., ui xoieao, onio. are expected
10 arrive tnis evening from Hot
'6, wvrit, ior an extended visit
-"r- a. a. Austin, sister of Mrs.
It is expected that the new Carnegie
library will be opened to the public
next Saturday afternoon. All of the
new inrniture nas arrived and libra
rian Reed expects to have It all In
place by next week. The offi- nf
; cny cjeric uen s. catlln will be
'moved frnm It Tntl . .
- - . . i.n iiuu iu mq
room now occupied by the public li
brary, as soon as the library is
moved into Its new location in the
For the first time tn 14 m th.
will be no full moon this month. This
Is a phenomenon that occurs only
every 19 years. It will not occur
again until 1923.
A denoslt of smobelesq rnal
Just been discovered in the province
of Hokkaido. Japan. The deposit Is
said to cover about 1500 acres. This
is believed to be the only denoslt of
its Ainu in me wona.
A tourist sleenlne car with a JKnn
mile run. from Boston to San Fran
cisco, via ei raso. has Just been es
taoiished. The trip consumes three
nours jess man a week.
An arbitration treatv between th
United States, and France is soon to
be signed, according to a statement
of baron d'Estournerles de Constant
to the French parliament President
"Sheodore Roosevelt and the state de
partment are now busy with the
terms of the treaty, he said.
Just as the "pop-pop-pop" of the guns at the
front or the steady boom the barrage fire
presages a severe attack an attack in force by
the main body so there is a general feeling of
apprehension, dullness, the "blues," giving notice
of a coming uric-acid attack a fear of something
going to happen; headache, vertigo, high-colored,
over-acid urine and something does happen!
Nature is simply giving warning that there'a go
ing to be an uric-acid "explosion." This uric acid
poison accumulates within the body and suddenly
is driven in. an attack on the surrounding tissue
structures, resulting is an actue attack of gout,
neuralgia, cramps, rheumatism, or out of the body
entirely by way of kidney and bowels (urine be
coming cloudy with urates). For this reason, one
should take warning and avoid the severity of
the attack by taking a simple, safe and harmless
remedy. Drink plenty of hot wafer between meals,
and take "Anurie," double strength, after meals.
"An uric" tablets stimulate the proper working
of the elimipative organs and insure the removal
of the waste products from the body; thus the
severe attack is avoided, or in a few days the
severe pains of lumbago, rheumatism, neuralgia
disappear and one is "tip-top" again. This
"Anurie" was the discovery of Dr. Pierce and his
able corps of Physicians at the Surgical Institute
in Buffalo, N. Y., where you can obtain trial pack
age by seeding 10c for postage and wrapping;
When the kidneys feel like lumps of lead, when
me oacK nuns or tee unne is cloudy, lull of sedi
ment, or you are obliged to seek relief two or
three times during the night, obtain a 60c package of "Anurie" at your near
est drug store and be well gain in "pep," vigor and vitality. Anurie, many
times more potent than lithia, eliminates uric add as hot water melts sugar.
DAWSON, TEXAS. "For the benefit of others, I gladly give this state
ment regarding the merits of Dr. Pierce's Anurie Tablets. Am nearly 76 years
of age. I suffered from backache, weak back, rheumatism and could not con
trol the kidneys. I can safely say that 'Anurie, the new discovery of Dr.
Pierce, has done me more real good than anything I have ever taken for these
ailments." Sirs. X. M. Flint.
THE SPOOK CLEX nODDERT. 1
SHEERLUCK BONES, the great de
tective, sniffed a little catnip and
settled back In his chair, when
there entered a woman of middle age
fallowed by a man who was obviously
"A-ha, two or three times?" mur
mured Sheerluck. "Here Is a mystery
worthy of my great detecting powers
Take a seat madame. Don't speak a
word. Ton have something on your
mind. Don't tell me for I can ferret
this simple thing out by deduction."
"Oh, kind sir!" replied the woman
as she sank into a chair. "Ton are
a great detective. I know you are. for
you are yonnsr and handsome hnt "
and she cast one sroo-croo eve at him
while with the other she watched her
husband walking around the room
and often stopping to look at the
"How about this mystery you
have, " said Sheerluck.
"Yes." interrupted the wife. "Tea,
we have "
"Hold!" shouted the great detective.
"Say not a word! I m the man who
Invented the art of detectivity. See
my meaaisr xou nave lost your
Jewels, some of them being real dia
monds. Tour husband's Jewels were
also stolen, m have those Jewels In
BABY MONKEY IS LATEST
AT THE MUNICIPAL ZOO
There Is another baby monkey at
Washington park. It arrived the lat
ter part of last week and is a source
of great delight to the children visit
ing the municipal zoo and has park
commissioner John W. Fisher and
park keeper Ike Davis busy studying
the needs of Is mother in the food
line In an effort to keep It alive. The
last baby monxey born in the munici
pal zoo died and they are trying their
utmost to keep this one alive
let me see
the ticker he took a sham glance at
the stock quotations. Til hare those
Jewels for you some time tomorrow!
Now Just a word with your husband."
Lett alone, Sheerluck turned on the
husband and said. "You have bought
stocks on a margin and need money
to hold them. Tou have (pawned your
wife's and your own Jewels. This
morning the stocks have gone up and
you can sell them and recover those
jewels. LK it at oncel"
"But eee here " began the man.
but Sheerluck Bones silenced him
with a gesture.
"Put me no - buts. Your anxtetr
about the stocks, your wife's nervous
ness and lack ot Jewels, your bare
oecKiie witn pinnoies where the pin
should be. the white mark around
your fingerless ring, and all this gave
tne snap awav. m: ranT e-ot tn
uiuiu it to me: ioo ve got to hand It
"I'll hand It tn Tfln for cnod o-irl
plenty If you don't shut up!" ex
claimed the stranger. "We don't need
no jacsass or a detective. We ain't
lost any Jewels because we don't own
any. We're tourists here from Spook
uien touring in a iuwer and all out
of gas and we Just stopped into ask
wnere was tne nearest garage.'
It was some minutes after the
stranger left before Sheerluck Bones
aroused himself from .his conflicting
If cross, feverish, consti
pated, give "California
Syrup of Figs."
Look hAclr nt
Remember the "dose" mother Insisted
on castor oil, calomel, cathartics.
How you hated them, how you fought
asalnst taking them.
With our children Its different.
Mothers who din? tn th nM r. ne
physle simply don't realize what they
do. The children's revolt is well-founded.
Their -.ender little "Insldes" are
injured by them.
If your child', stomach, liver and!
bowels need cleansing, elva onlv te.
liclous "California Syrup of Figs." Its
action is positive, but gentle. Millions
of mothers keep this harmless "fruit
laxative- handy; they know children
love to take it: that 1. never fll.
clean the liver and uoweis and
sweeten the stomach, and that a tea-
spoonmi given today saves a side
Ask your druggist for a bottle of
"California Svrnn of Pla." whteh s
and walking over to full directions for babies, children
of all ages and for grown-ups plain
ly ou eacn oottie. ueware of counter
felts sold here. See that It Is made
by "California Fig Syrup Company"
Refuse any other kind with contempt.
Clever Prisoners Use
Respective Talents in
Jail Break Attempt
san Jose, cal, Feb. IT. Three
prisoners of widely different talents
used their special abilities In a clever
attempt at a Jail break. Discovery
by officers of the plans prevented the
Walace Gladstone, who recentlv es
caped from the Seattle Jail and shot
three policemen who pursued him.
utllzed his trade as a weaver bv
making a strong rope out o fthe Jail
Carl Watklns, a painter by trade
ana ourgiar oy proression. made a
"painter's sling" by which he and
Gladstone were able to cut the sky
Walter J. Norton .a singer, urged
his voice to do high things while the
otner two nacKea at the bars with
TODAY'S DAINTIEST DISH
ny rox5TxrE clark.
The only sure way to get rid of
dandruff is to dissolve it, then you
destroy It entirely. To do this, get
about four ounces of ordinary liquid
arvon: apply It at night when re
tiring; use enough to moisten the
scalp and rub it in gently with the
Do this tonight, and by morning,
most If not all, of your dandruff will
be gone, and three or four more ap
plications will completely dissolve
and entirely destroy every single sign
and trace of It. no matter how much
dandruff you may have.
You will find. too. that all itching
and digging of the scalp will stop at
once, and your hair will be fluffy,
lustrous, glossy, silky and soft, and
iook ana ieei a nunarea times better.
You can ret linuirt nrvon at anv
rtrur s'ore. It Is inexpensive and
nvur falls tn iln th. 14.
Quick, Breakfast Rolls.
THESE rolls are quickly made.. Hub two tablespoonfuls of shortening
into one pound of self-rising flour, add sufficient milk to make into a
firm dough, sprinkle flour on bread-board, turn the done-h t i. n
out, cut Into eight or ten pie. es and form into rolls. Put them Into a bakine
nan and hake for n tn ,,.-. . . .
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(double strengtni. ana add to It
U pint of hot water and 4 ounces
of granulated sugar. Take 1
tablespoonful four times a day.
This will often bring quick re
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noises. Clogged nostrils should
open, breathing become easy and
the mucus stop dropping Into
the throat. It is easy to prepare,
costs little and is pleasant to
take. Any one who has Catar
rhal Deafness or head noises
should give this prescription a
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