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A Real American Love Siory.
THE HEART BREAKER
AND HE DID
VIRGI.HU TKRHISK V AN DB WATER,
in' rnprlyht ISIS, gut COfSPsr . .
Arthur Offers to Settle With Tom, Who Suddenly Be
comes Conciliatory; Millie Learns Arthur's
Father Is Dead.
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ftrXOPSIft PHEVIOCS CHAPTERS.
XtMrrd mud Hoiora Brent, rpitans.
ere character coatraats; HaBra. qetei
nn4 dependable, Mildred rlaet and
Ineeaa'aat. Mildred k1m nil tae at
testUm, ber admirer belli; Art bar
Brace, a to near at of fine Balltlen,
and Ton (aadler. who 1 dinalaated.
She loves to play eae amtaat the
other keartleaalr, hat ta raettrally
wept off aer feet by Chandler, trfco
fcfea her on several ceJiions. Her
feelings are turned aaainat aim, fcon
erer, when "he aeea fa tin, balf Intoxi
cated, klaalsiS n sainted ictrt, alao
under the fafloenee of Honor. Honnni,
i o one a la love with Brnee aeraelf.
CatipatlOB ta Kwaga's worst
eay. DR. TETFS LITER PILLS
regulate and efeasse. Tbe great
remedy fer women's special ffis.
decides that he mnat marry Mildred
for MlMred'a sake.
Arthur proposes to Mildred rrho
fnrHHia at Chandler, accepts him, iU
thonsh she does not renlly lore him.
Beesnae of the ancertaln atafo of
his bnslneaa affairs, Arthur ak Mil
dred not to annonnee their ensiRe
ment and ahe conaenta bnt later de
cides, without telling her fiance, to
Inform Tom Chandler, thlnklnc the
news will hurt him,
lifidred docs tell Chandler and f
Irritated to find he takes It very
coolly, telling; her be. la about to en
Hut for war aerrtrc. LeaTlnie the I
bouse, he meets Arthur Bruce groins;
to call n tHidreu. and mniirieuniy
eensTCtniatea him. Brace la pained and
dismayed to find Mildred haa broken
her word about not revealing their
Mildred esteems Chandler more
hlsbly after he enlists and continually
tatrata Arthur Brut because he haa net
enlisted like Chandler, despite hi
father por health and falling; bual
nesa. She determlnea to let Chandler
call, on leave tram train Ins camp
and Honors makes up her mind to be
Arthur unexpectedly appears at the
Brents home as Chandler la leaving
Mildred tells him she let Tom call and
disputes Honoras "explanation that
Tom came to see both the girls It
developed that Arthur's call was to
- Beauty Chats -1;
87 lsUJVA RENT POKUKS.
FEW women rlln tha Importance
of tit shampoo. Merely washing
the hair thoroughly trltn soap and
water Is not enough. Certain types
of hair require certain varlstlas of
soap. Some hair should not b washed
oftener than once a month. Other 1
heads of hair can be washed as fre
quently as once In two weeks. An
average la to shampoo the head every
three weeks, and the best soap for
general purposes is pure castile.
Tar soap !s excellent for brunettes
We Know 'Home
and the Bull Bayou Stocks
rWe are hmd kskar wsh'rifd broken stock exchange brokers
. every Imi of broker.
WE AXE R6HR BROKERS we specklae k "HW stocks
(fee banc sots! Bag Bey sttcia.
We Offer Any Part of
10.000 Shares at SL25
WITH TEXAS HOMER PRAC
we aaaeaace oar secead off cries;
AMALGAMATED CHL OF
LOUISIANA at $1.25 a A art.
JUDGE A. S. FISHER one of
the Best pswerfal sua k tie o3
gtme aad see of the original
fesadert ef tbe great TEXAS
COMPANY k the power that
made TEXAS HOMER sack a
We claim aoae of tie credit
except k JtJectisg this company
to offer to tie pahfie BUT
TEXAS HOMER at tie present
pries wiH seen be a thkg of tie
la offerkg AMALGAMATED
OIL CORPORATIONr-we offer
a fished araoest of tbe stock
aay part of 19,008 shares-at
$1.25. We recommend it as one.
of tbe strong corporations of
it has tfSeof the largest proven
acreages of aay company today
oyer 625 acres al of which
k located k the HOMER, BULL
BAYOU, and CADDO FIELDS
seat of which k dose to big
prsdectmi aad seae ef it off
Ktiiag bk welt.
This company h beaded by sack sea a J. H. Patrick, Saa
West, Jr., Waher Eiseasaerger, Harry L. Crisktes aad H. E. Daly.
Aay baak k Sbrerepert it referred to by ftese men as to ike
siaadiag ef Ac cesapaay. Very Sttie of tkk stock wffl be offered
here k tbe west, as appEcafiea wiH be Bade to Kst it ea the New
We Offer Any Part of 10,000
Shares at $1.25
We are bere ta gcre yea tbe facts abeat ike Hoaer aad the
Bl Bayee fteMs. We wsl ezecate orders k any of the attractive
Eomer Union $1.85
American Oil $1.00
Tesw- Petroleum $1.00
A J I Amalgamated Oil $155
t Boll Bayou-Homer $1.00
Dea't ask as abeat si stocks Ask as about the "Homers"
USE THE WIRES AT OUR EXPENSE
Homer Brokerage Co.
Baseneat First Natiwsl Baak Bfdg.,
EL PASO, TEXAS.
(Main Office, sae Lerr BuiWinr. Skrereport, Im.)
Kefajeioe' Teaas Bank A Trnst Company,
or any bank In
mk MBdred to Join kU mother, who
bad become very nervous hen his
fsther took a turn for the worse. Mil
dred declined to accompany artbnr to
his motherj lor tftll uonora ran. or.
aeartless and lienors herself coes
with Arthur to comfort Mrs. Brnee.
When Honors return to Mrs. Brace
.e-ranm. Mildred takes ad
I vantare of an afternoon alone. Invites
Tom to call una asaa ana o mtaj .v
dinner, onckaperoned. JLt Arthur
snsaestlon they take a drink of
brandy and Arthur. stIU holdlnc hU
Mildred. Trherrnpon they
kre startled t see Arthur and Honor,
at the door, loosunsr n.
TIJILDBED sprang; s.wy from Tom
Mti .cddenlT that she knocked
the bot! of peaci brandy from the
ts.Ua ta tha floor.
MM-is-lcall7. Chandler started to
plelt It op. Bsfor, he could stoop
to do to, Artrror Brs.ee was at his
Me. His face was white; his eyes
"Wht dees this raeanT" he ds-
jeildrea steppea in oeiweoo wo "
aha exclaimed, trying- to Jauerh.
"Kxcapt that wo were dnnklnc Toms
hesHtb because h Is eotsff away to
TBta tnterrnpiea nsr. v a.., nica.
Mildred. If there are any expiana
hm. T malce them.
"I am Klin, Aruur snereo, ut
vou anoreelate tnat you. sot sue.
"And I decline to explain!" Tora
burst forth, his faca nnshlns witn
anger. "Unless MUdred wishes
"1 don't wish yoo to r MHdred de
clared. "It's nobody's business bnt
vsHrs and mine!"
"SUldredl!" Bonora interposed. Be
qsiet! Ion do not kbow wnat yon
"1 do know!" the younger girl re
torted. am saying that I have a
right to ao as I please, and Tom had
et ngnt to axmse wttn ne. too.
form of the 1
he wears the uni
Jnlted StaUsr Arthor
"to see how the nniforn is jti
by a man who is net TjHlnc
Tbe tannt cnt. and Brace winced.
"Yon curl" he muttered. Then, as
Tom stepped threateningly towards
him "Tea. T mean that! If yon want
to resent It, we will settle the score
when the ladles have left ns alone.
Unless," with a harsh laugh. y,a
wish to take refuge behind the law
forbidding one to strike a man in uni
form. Chandler paled slightly. "We are
making much ont pf nothing. Brnee,
and both are talking hastily and
fcoUshly," his tone changing from
anger to oonciliatkm. Too do not
anaerstand the situation- I dhL for
the moment, forget that a BOldler
must not drlnK. and I took a tlnrr
glass or harmless oexatai witn Mil
dred Just as a little farewell cere
mony for I am leaving tomorrow.
men. simply because we are old
friends, I kissed her on the cheek
as I would have kissed mv sister.
This Is the extent of my off ense. Ten
may ta9a tills as an analogy If yon
wish. Had I known yon were look -
lnsr on. I wnnlrt have rin-nt tb. mmA
tiling. Only then, perhaps, I would
have asked yonr permission."
buw Muarea Broke In. shrilly.
'Arthur was carefnl to com. In
softly that we did net know he was
looking on! He was spying he and
"I am going now." Tom's voice
was caixn ana cool
"Wait a moment." Honor
msnded. "We did not come in -with
njr oesire 01 srjTmsr on anybody.
I opened the door with my latch key.
uvinu atnarea was npetam wirn
Mrs. RlggIns. 1 had seen yon. Mr.
Chandler, only a few bows ago. driv
ing with a friend and it did not
occur to me that yon were coming
"lie - 1.4 utju.
There was a menace in her tone
that made Mildred wonder with whom
Tom had been. Bat the man was not
going to wait for any question to be
"Good night ail!" he said. As Mil
dred held ont her hand, he looked at
Mildred Is Uncomfortable.
"Ton have no oblecOon to my shak
ing hands with yonr fiancee. Brace,
nave yont" he said with elaborate
Arthur did net speak. His eyes
were exjsressioBless as if he did not
hear. His look made Mildred uncom
fortable. "Goodbye," she murmured to Tom.
addlncr in a wMnv -., -
address if it changes.''
A- quick pressure or her hand was
the only answer.
The trio did not move until the
front door had closed behind the de
Katie's footsteps sounded on tie
stairs coming down from Mrs. Hig
gioe' room. Honors snatched tip the
bottle of peach brandy and thrust it
and the glasses still unwashed
into the sideboard.
Then, as Katie entered the room,:
Honors, greeted her. asked about Mrs.
Higgins1 condition and went on into
the Horary. Arthn rand Mildred fol
lowing her dumbly.
Here ahe closed the door and
tsrned to h6r sister.
-Stop crying!" she ordered, for Mil
dred had begun to sob hysterically.
"There is enongh to cry about. good
Bass knows! Bnt you are not the
one to bo considered Just now!"
"Oh, nor Mildred exclaimed, her
aagar drying ber tears. "I sappoae
not! Ton never have, any sympathy
for me, so matter how hard things
are for me!
"Ton can pity Arthur because his
father's ill. yet you can't pity me
when Arthur gets angry with me.
Why Is he here, anyway? Why didn't
ho stay at home if bis father Is as
sick as yoc people say be Is?"
"His father died two hours ago?"'
The words were said in a low
voioe, but Mildred started as if she
had been struck by a whip.
Teadt" she gasped. "Dead!"
"Tes," Honors went on mercilessly, j
"And in spite of all Arthur's crlef
and nee of yonr sympathy be would
not send for you. Ho said It wouM
be too hard for you. For the same'
reason he would not 1st me telephone
(yon. Instead, he waited until Mrs J
The Beauty of Yonr Hair Depends on
bat should not be used by those Trho
want to keep their hair light.
The henna shampoo, made by com
bining one ounce of powdered henna
with three of powdered caatile soap,
will keep light hair golden and will
Introduce delightful copperty tints
in dark hair.
If you have Bandrntf. use hot crude
oil as a massage the day before yonr
shampoo and, if possible, nse a sul
Dry the head ontdoors in the wind
aad sun whenever possible, and mas-
sags the scalp with the linger tips
while It la drying.
If the hair Is too dry at the
end of the shampoo, part It is ssv
eral places and rub vaseline along
the nartlnes. work-ins It into the
scalp but not over the hair.
Tne vouowing is roe rormnia ox an
excellent general tonic: Tine, of
Cantharides (alcoholic) 1 ox; glycer-:
tne, 1 ounce: spirits or rosemary,
1H ounce; aromatic vinegar, IH
ounce: rosewater, S ounces.
If the hair Is unusually ary. use
H rMi. naif an ounce of glycerine
and one ounce more of roea water.
Qnesftens and Answers.
BlOBdie and Brunette : The glri
five feet eight and a half inches
mnts are with the shoes off.
as the heels add anywhere from raj,
to two lncnea to tne normal ans;i.
The black haired girl, waose eyes
show both brown and green colors.
will nnd that she can accenma
this particular characteristic by
wearing all brown or all green in
her costumes. "Blondle- snonur "ever
wear pronounced styles, but should
keep to fashions that are simple and
Brace's cousin arrived to stay witn
her for a few hours. Own ne came
here to break the newo to yon 8ntly.
That Is why we came in so soruy.
- . . , , a i . . . . ,.. 1 ,1
Artnur ara am fnit w j
lO Be 14H tin
A Line O' Cheer
Each Day O The Year!
By JOBX KKNimiCK BAN 6s.
i.JlflT heart is in the Highlandar
1Y1 So sang a poet rare.
But mine is in the Lowlands, down In
the vales of care:
Down where the Man of Burdens Is
staggering on tne road.
His shoulders bent and breaking be
neath his heavy load.
My heart is in the shambles, my heart
is In the slam.
My heart dwells with the Voiceless,
the Toilers dotx and dumb.
Who need the Hand of Solace to guide
th-sm throosrta tne night.
And lead them from the darkness tip
- to the Hills of Light.
(Copyright, 1319. by The McClure
At The WHITE HOUSE ' Thr.
"AU CARS STOP AT THE VHITE HOUSE"
In the Opportunity Sale at $49.50, $39.50 & $29.50
For Coals thai jormerly earned $7950, $69.50 and down io $35.00 price lags.
Every new coating fabric is to be found among the coats in these three groups. Most every new style
in its origin or clever-adaptation is represented in the collection and the color choice is varied embracing
the season's newest shades and tones.-
The Redactions Now in Force Barely Cover the "Making" Cost on
For $7950, $6950,
down to $5950
Many are handsome fur trimmed
models others plak. Fibs materials
and "tailoring" in these coats. Sizes
16 to 44.
For $55.00, $50.00
down lo $45.00
Sisirt coats of polo dctb warm
velours, Nonaafidy- dotbs. Belted
and loose back styles. Sosae for trios
raed. Sizes 16 to 44.
For $40.00 down to
Bfg e&oice in belled aad iooee back
bkxMj. Developed in polo cloth and
aew ocky aMstares. Sizes 16 lo 44.
Women's $650 to $850 Wool
Sweaters NoW at
Up fe $6.00 High Shoes
Now go at
- A colorful variety of fateaMtjag water
Slipover aad Norfolk ityfes i k . wlsjtc Bkittfecry. A wide choice k offered in styles Staart Ugk lace boots for women and
black aid colon. Some show aew ideas a jjj SJ WWB "a-
sleeves and eolorM trfcHaogs. Big warm 4, VajkffijT vehet M ha&er fcfc
collars aad pockets. $650 to $8.50 val- aHafejaatjons. Actual $20.00 values, now ecia! lot formerly retailed as high
ues. reduced to $458 at $9.98 as $6.00. Now $3.98
Beonomy Basement. Economy Basement. Beeaemy Basement.
$5950 and $6950 Winter
Suits $49 50
$85.00 and $8950 Winter
Rats Join Walkout
At Ohio Iron Works
Steubenville, O. .Nov. 12. Even the lean since the walkout.
rata have gone on strike at the La-
belle Iron Works Bere. According
to a citizen whose reputation for ve
racity is unquestioned a dozen of the
rooents rusnea tnrougn tne main gate
of the mill, scurried up Third street
and disappeared in tbe resident quar
ter. The rats, which lived on scraps
from the workmen's dinner pail ap
parently found the bill of fare rather
supplv the necessary carbohydrates
tor the children, many of whom are
confined to their beds. Sunt. H. C
Arey bas bought candy to make up
part of the deficit and syrups are
used m the cooking departments.
Children's Hospital Hit
By Sugar Shortage
BaldwinviUe. Mass.. Not. i;. There
is no sugar at the Children's Cottage
hospital About 10 children are in
the institution and 40 attendants.
In normal times 3oo pounds to a
month is considered barely enough to I El Peso Herald Magaaine Agency.-Adv it
Cnrtfsa & Co. buy Liberty Bonds; Adv
iVr toda for oTcTVn
two ef re!nca 4v'.r
or niaO t compoimd
aTWWt m tIrq Arm
i El PASOBArtK&Tricsri,
CL PASO rtx CAmriit2i----I
ASSt TS OVt OHt AMD ri At r w; r ,
The Sensation Of The Ofl Wor
We have heard of action quick action by o3 companies, hat vre have sever known aa fant" thai caald jet araaad &t this oae.
This ceapaay k ealy a few weeks old, yet it has one weB abost to the sand, another ceairacted for ae ks woaderfal five acres jaai bs m the Keser gasher fteld aad
No. 3 weS w3i soon he started oa its 13 acres k the faes Bfi Bsyaa' fieH.
TEXAS HOMER OIL COMPANY
Has Hade a record that ib officers and stockholders should well be pfeud of and we are indeed glad that we have been able to offer this seasatieaat stack to ew masy cleats.
The retpsBK to oar offerkg was instant and we are completely swasped with orders. The people of the Seathwest are ejekk io apareckte the woaaerfal campoBy that
Judge Fisher has grrea as and its aboat
ALL OVER BUT THE SHOUTING
So if yoa want to jok the thousands who are baykg- this wonderful stock INSTANT ACTION IS NECESSARY. The closog day draw Bear aad k k conks aaas-
nonnced. Yoa can wire at oar expense bat haste k aecestary.
SOUTHWEST INVESTMENT CO.
lllVi N. Oregoa St
J. E. LANE, Mgr.
W accept Liberty tsi Vrtory Bond fsiH fac vaJut
Meaibers El Pass Stock Exchaage.
EI Paso, Texas.
J. E. USE, Wgr,
Southwest Investment CosspoBy,
lllVi N. Oregon SI, El Pe. Tex.
Texas-Homer at SL Remittance