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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27. 1910.
116 Division Street
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YOU SHOULD READ THIS EDITORIAL ABOUT "WRINKLES"
"Wrinkles and Their Cause" is the heading on al
"beauty hint" that is going the rounds of the newspapers.
"Wrinkles are caused by tired muscles," says the
Writer. "They are more easily prevented than cured. To
remain wrinklcless woman must pas- a placid existence,
flee from emotion."
This advice is directed to girls and young women. Ii is
to be hoped thai none will accept it for it offers a mighty
Suppose a girl should determine to remain "wrinkle
less." what price must she pay:'
As a daughter she must n«>t share th<> cares and burdens
of the household with her mother -because she would tire
She must not lot her heart clutch with an agony of love
and fear as her tiny brother lies Btricken with sonic baby
She must not worry over her father's failing strength
nor permit herself to feel grief at his bier.
She must not let her heart open out ecstatic response
to the lover's first wooing.
As a bride she must not pucker her pretty brows over
the problem of placing the furniture and banging the pic
tures -for pretty puckers are the seed of wrinkles.
As a mother—oh. no: she must never he a mother it' she
would live the placid existence recommended.
As an aunt she must not exert herself for tho children
about her knees.
As itn old Woman she must not listen to the 'joys mid
sorrows of the young nor worry her mind in giving them
comfort, aid. advice and sympathy.
No. indeed! Starting from her earliest girlhood she
must be placid. That is. she must shun shock of great
joys and avoid Iter share of the world's sorrows.
She must live each day in and for herself alone. Her
one thought must lie to keep her mind as placid as castor
oil and her heart as cool as a rutabaga.
And thus will it wrinklcless face bo achieved.
And, having lived it loveless, useless, aimless, friendless,
childless, husbandless (for the man to whom she was wed
Would never have been her husband), wrinkleless life, she
would he ready to he laid away, unmounted and unmissed.
And as the friends of tho rest of the family filed by. the
best they could say would be "How calm she looks."
Girls, if you arc going in for the wrinkleless life, remem
ber that your great exemplars will ho the oyster and the
IT WILL COME, JUST THE SAME.
Tlio city council doesn't want the commission form of
Tho proposition to hold a special election to see whether
or not the people wanted charter revision was turned down
cold at tho meeting last night.
Had tlie city council acted differently from what it did
it would be a great surprise.
Tho commission form of government is now in effect in
nearly 70 cities in the United States and in not one instance
diil tho city council think it wise to make a change.
lint the people in these cities also had ideas on this sub
ject. By petitions the councils were forced to call elec
tions and, strange to say. in every instance tho people
failed to hold the same opinion as tho council. They wore
almost unanimous for a change.
And they got the change.
Members of the Spokane city council have reason to be
lieve that the same thing will happen hero that happened
in other cities. Hence their anxiety to throw cold water
on any proposition looking to a change.
Won't it be nice not to load yourself on a street car Sunday after
noon, get hot and dusty, scramble around with the crowd out at a
distant park, and go home in a crowded car again, all tired out?
That will be the condition when you vote for the park bonds, and
the neighborhood parks are established within easy walking dis
tance of all residential districts.
Many a man congratulates himself on having a good ear for
music because he is deaf.
Possibly a college education doesn't always pay, but the old man
has got to.
If the eyes are always the mirror of the soul of course they
should be looked into at once.
The Traction company actually sprinkled some of the dust between
its nact.s yesterday. "The world do move."
The laborer who is forced to dig doesn't always appreciate the
dignity of labor.
While it is possible that the people as a whole may benefit by
Hughes being on the supreme bench, the people of the state of New
York will not. "so as you could notice it," anyhow. With Hughes out
of the way, tbe organization will feel much more comfortable.
Say, Chappie, don't you have your monogram on your
cigarets any more:'"
"Xaw, Cholly. 1 had to give so many away to display
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when other work is done, if you have a few teeth
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Best bridge work
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Our plates are guaranteed to fit, the material wo
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Wash . as Second
Halley's comet is really quite
passe, according to astronomers.
They say that it is disintegrating,
and In future ages will dwindle to
a mere wisp.
To test the safety of the church
steeple, a country preacher climb
ed it with a scaling ladder. But
he bored Ids flock with boasting
tEfje Spokane $res& Cbttorial $age
"Ef some people are ter be
judged by th' way their chil
dren act, they must be
"The census man called early '
|and delayed me." is tlie very latest
excuse for the man who is late at
I the office these line mornings.
The first of May is now the great
' labor day in Europe.
"Sir," said tlie trembling young
man, "I wrote to you yesterday
about your daughter."
"Yon sent the hill lor her gown?"
fumbling Hie papers on his desk.
"For her new hat ?"
"Not t all. 1 want to marry her."
"Thank goodness!" said the irate
parent. "Take her quick before
any more bills accumulate."
"When I reached the top and
saw the huge golden weathercock
SLAP—Here's something In the paper I don't understand. it
speaks of S fellow being a solo legatee.
THUD —Don't you know what a sole legatee is?
BLAP —No. I don't think 1 do.
THUD Well, I'll explain it to you. [f I were your father and I
had |1,000,000 and you were my only son and I had nobody else to
leave it to and made a will leaving it all to you and I'd get run over
by a train and get killed, what would you be?
si. \P—What would I be?
THUD—Yes, what would you be?
SLAP I'd he delighted.
Stamps All Day
on all cash or charge pur
chases. If you haven't started
saving stamps begin Aow. We
Josh Wise Says:
[gleaming In the sun, what do you
think I did?" he asked.
"You cheated the cock out of its
job of crowing," said an old farmer.
Mother—l'm afraid Gwendoline
is setting her heart on young Pen»
Father - Then tell her that we
want her to marry him. ,
Cards were first invented in j
1390, for the amusement of
Charles VI, king of France.
The cost of amusement is in-,:
creasing) too. on account of thifj
continued stretching of tlie price"
of rubber, the price of tennis halls j
has bounded up 2." per cent higher :
than last year.
Jos. Mardust, an immigrant, ;
came to this country, worked eight
years tor $0 a week, married when'
he was raised to $9, and four years
later returned to his European
home with his family and $2000 he
About 44 per cent of French
doctors die of heart disease, 20 per
cent from nervous affections, and
20 per cent from the morphia habit.
BY FRED SCHAEFER.
will "start" yolur book
81 23 Rlvereld. Av*rtue »20-22 24 »pragu* Avanuej
IN WOMAN'S GARB
POLICE WILL NAB
/ BOLD "MASHER"
Chief of Police Young has evolv
ed a scheme by which he hopes to
discourage misguided men whose
"mashing" and hugging propensi
ties have annoyed so many girls
and women in the south end of St.
Louis for months. He has decided
to dress up a couple of patrolmen
or special officers in women's
clothes and have them saunter
casually around the "infested dis-
tricts" after dark, in the hope that
the mashers and buggers may se
lect theni as intended victims.
When the lady killer winks his
devilish eye and says, "Ah, there,
ktddo," the lady will reply sweetly,
"Stay there, kiddo," or words to
that general purport, and hand him
a large purple collection under the
right, eye that will not only insure
his staying there until the wagon
conies, hut also aid in identifying
him next day in court. Or, it it be
the hugger attempting to snatch a
moment of bliss by entwining his
akins about the fair one's waist, the
ladye faire will deal him several
additional thrills by responding
With a fervent hug that, will shove
the bugger's ribs up beyond his col
larbone, and cause him to have had
dreams of being locked in a padded
cell with Wrestler Gotch.
703 Riverside. Phone Slain 2345.
(Opposite Old Xational Hank)
in fitting and making artificial eyes
and glasses for headache, dizziness
and all defective eyesight.
Eyes Examined Free
We keep your prescription, so
bring in your broken glasses for
quick repairs. Bring the children
"The stars incline, but do not
THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1910.
Hooded Chance moves today
On an uncertain way.
A day of vague and obscure
aspects is ushered in, with no
indication of distinction except
that there must be no reliance
on chance or luck today, and
that all undertakings must be
well planned and well under
Gambling, speculation, haz
ard and all manner of attempts
to extract winnings from un
fixed and uncertain methods
are likely to end in utter fail
There will, probably, be
clashes between tlie ideals and
the practical needs of life to
day. They who lean on the
side of affection and sympathy
will choose best.
Destructive tendencies must
be kept under strict control.
Care must be taken in cross
ing roadways, approaching ex
cavations or steep places and
stepping over obstructions, as
there is a sign of "broken
There is a sign, alao, warn
ing persons to beware of evilly
disposed persons cf the oppo
Thc6e who are fickle or un
stable in purpose will be more
than ordinarily inclined to vac
illate, much to their own loss,
if not harm.
Stubborn and phlegmatic per
sons will be likely to be stolid
ly, immovably decided in their
views and opinions, and wher
ever possible, it is best to re
serve till tomorrow any at
tempts to change their minds.
Persons with this birthdate
are sometimes slow to move,
but intensely energetic, and
often violent when aroused.
They will probably have a
Children are born today un
der aspects giving gre;t will,
strong desire, concentration
and inclination toward uncom
'FRISCO POLICE GET TIP.
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
SAX FRANCISCO, April 27.—The
police department today received a
"tip" to tlie effect that George Her
man, formerly city auditor of New
ark,. X. .)., who is accused of a
$20,000 .shortage in his accounts, is
en route to the Pacific coast.
about tlie wonderful possibilities
of an orchard tract of True
Fruit Land? Have you ever In
vestigated the earning capacity
of an orchard in a real fruit dis
Would you look into our prop
osition if you thought that you
could secure an annual income
of *»uui) to $15,000 by buying a
ten-acre tract on our easy pay
ment plan now?
If we absolutely convinced you
that you could have such an in
come in a few years, would you
go with us to Kennewick and
let us prove that you can do
what scores of others are doing
We don't ask you to buy. We
merely ask you to Investigate.
Then, if we didn't want to sell
you, we would have to secure an
injunction to keep you from buy
Why not let our true fruit land
specialists tell you a. about our
proposition? Why not, indeed?
GET THE BOOKLET.
GET THE FACTS.
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109 Cherry Street.
ELECTRIC BELTS, ETC.
Our Truss department is
in charge of an expert truss
fitter, who fits them free of
Main and Howard Sts.
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one month 60c, aU months 2.60. one year $4.00.
'PAT' CROWE, KIDNAPER,
LETS MAN HOLD HIM UP
MANSFIELD, 0., April 26.—
"Pat" Crowe, who several years
ago won national notoriety by kid
naping Eddie Cudahy at Omaha
and collecting a 126,000 ransom,
uppeared in .Mansfield police court
today against John Burns, whom
he accused of robbing him last
Crowe said he had stopped in
.Mansfield on bis way to New York.
He was walking alone along North
Diamond street, he continued, when
he was stopped by a man bigger
than he is, and Crowe is pretty
The highwayman told Crowe to
throw up his, hands. Crowe charged,
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and is the same crown that other good dentists charge
$8 to $10 for. Best plate $6.50; other good dentists
charge $15 to $20 for the same-plate.
RED CROSS DENTISTS
Northeast Corner Post and Rlverstde. (Entrance on Post.)
"Walk 25 Feet Oft Riverside and Save Dollars."
Dental Nurse in Attendance. Phono M. 648.
They Are Here
150 One-Piece Dresses in Taffeta, Pongee and
Foulard arrived Monday and will be sold at
"Take the Elevator and Save Dollars."
Sample Shoe Men
Bauder & Schriber
Third Floor Jamieson Bldg., Opp. Old National Bank.
Sample shoes ami oxfords for men and women; regu
lar $4 to $(i values, $2.50 a rail 1 . All leathers, styles
and sizes. Take elevator and save from $1.50 to $:!..">()
on every pair.
Dr. J. Edward Lydon
has proven the power of tho great mod
ern method of driving disease out of
the body, and proved that tlie
treatment is without doubt the simplest
and most effective way to restore health
and strength to any person, no matter
how long you have been sick-
Dr. J. Edward Lydon
810-311 Auditorium. Phone Main 3206
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1910.
and at the same instant smashed
down over Pat's eyes the broad
brimmed evangelist's hat he has
worn since he became converted to
Christianity. i j
"I stood perfectly still," said*
( rowe, "and let him go through my
pockets. Time was when I might
have murdered for money, but now
I would let anyone take my last be
longing rather than injure a fellow
Tlie police arrested Burns, 25, a
man on parole from .Mansfield re
formatory, and charged him with
Burns was bound over to tho
grand jury under 1500 ball.
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