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PAGE niUUT Iflnnle 8.: The proper time for a cold bath la before breakfast. The im portant result of a cold bath fa It re action. -This should take place quick ly, brtagins on a warm, comfortable refreshing; glow- ; -t Bt. Elmo": You pay that all cold creams leave your skin so terribly oily. Make this cream Jelly yourself at home and there will be an end to your troubles. Get from your druggist an ounce of Almozoin, put It in a fruit Jar, add one-half pint of cold water and' two teaspoonfuls of Glycerine, stir briskly for a few minutes and let stand until It becomes thick. Use for massaging ": to remove and prevent wrinkles, fill out hollow - cheeks and round off angles. It gives a clear, fresh and soft skin because it removes all particles of dust, dirt and soot from the pores. It removes black heads, and by making large : pores small prevents their return. It is also good for 'freckles." tan and, skin-pimples. This cream jelly contains no oils or fats that will cause a growth of hair. " : I. I. M.: A bunion is an enlarged joint. The best you can do is to bathe It In Arnica and apply a bunion plas ter to protect it from irritation by the shoe. Bathe your feet every night in salt water. You can get a H; bunion plaster or anything else that I men tion in my recipes from any first-class druggist. If he is so unaccommodat ing as to say he is out of what you want, and does not offer to get it for you from his wholesaler, go to anoth er druggist who cares enough for your trade to get for you what you want. head and rubbing well. This makes an abundant lather. No Signature: Massage .your double chin with Almozoin cream Jelly, To take the superfluous flesh from your abdomen and hips try this: Dissolve four ounces of Parnotte in a pint of warm water, and take a tablespoonful three times a day, just before meals. Kate S.: (1) There is no remedy for the deep wrinkles caused by age. (2) If you permit dandruff to form and remain on your scalp it will sure ly kill the hair. Your falling hair is caused by dandruff, and you should use a quinine hair tonic once or twice a week. Get from your druggist one ounce of Quinola, add one-half pint of alcohol and one-half pint of cold wat er; let stand until the Quinola is dis solved. Apply by rubbing into the scalp and hair until absorbed. This will keep the scalp and hair in healthy condition, and promote the growth of hair. It has been used for years bv a very prominent writer who is noted for her long and abundant glossy hair. "Elsie DInsmore": ; I thank you for the confidence you express in my little talks to correspondents. For eyes that are dull and listless, easily tire, and become inflamed, use an eye tonic made by dissolving one ounce of Crystos In a pint of water. It will not smart or burn and is an aid to those who wear glasses, for it strengthens the sight, while it makes the bright and sparkling.- Willi ATTEMPTED SUICIDE Oil SHIP Dealer in White Slaves Tries Death to Escape Be ing Prosecuted. CATCH BfiX THIEF Terre Haute Young Man Ar rested on His Return From Vacation. BEING HURRIED NEW YORK WHEN SHE LEARNED THAT AU THORITIES WERE AFTER HER SHE FLED TO ECUADOR WHERE SHE WAS ARRESTED. Georgia C: The most important detail In the care of the hair Is its cleanliness. The frequency of a sham poo should depend upon the condition of the scalp and hair. Soda in the water will fade the hair and make it brittle. If you want a shampoo that thoroughly cleanses the scalp, relieves scalp Irritation and makes the hair soft and fluffy, dissolve a teaspoonful of Canthrox in a teacupful of hot wat er and shampoo by pouring it on the X. T. C: , A good liquid powder or face wash is a protection to the com plexion. The manufactured brands of merit are expensive, but you can make a good one atlibme'as follows: To a half pint of hot water add two tea spoonfuls of Glycerine and four ounces of Spurmax: let stand until cold., This is a true beautifler that makes the skin white and . youthful, and is particularly valuable to those afflicted with sallow, dark or oily skin. A friend of mine by accident discover ed that it was also very good for cold sores. ' .. .. PANIC OjlSTEAMEH Derff linger Ran on Reef Off English Coast in a Fierce Storm. morning. ' Women became hysterical and though the officers and crew tried to impress upon them that there was no immediate danger, they refused to be pacified. No plans were made to re move part of the cargo today. CALM PASSENGERS TODAY (American News Service) Southampton, July 22. Their ship ' lashed by wind and waves, the hun dred passengers on the stranded Nord Deutscher Lloyd liner Derfflinger on the Needles Reef spent a night of ter ror and were relieved today by calmer waters and lower winds. With ; the coming of darkness a high wind sprang up and the great liner groaned - and tossed while the passengers waited for LID BADLY BURNED Milton, Ind., July 22. Mrs. John Ball received a letter from her brother Frank Wagner of Milford, stating that his 6ix-year-old son, Rudolph, wa3 re cently very severely burned. He was playing around a bonfire and his clothing caught fire. He was just able to get out when he came near a horse and was kicked by the animal. His skull was slightly fractured. He is gradually recovering. Mr. Wagner is an uncle of Mesdames Homer Wissler and Oscar Kleineknecht of Richmond, (American News Service) New York, July 22. Details of the attempt at suicide made by Helen Spencer on the steamship Alliance off the coast of North Carolina are ex pected today by the police authorities. In a dispatch received today it was simply, said that the young woman tried to kill herself last night aboard the steamer. She is being brought back to New York by Messrs. Kesselmark and Grif fin to answer a charge of "white slave" traffic between the United States and Panama. She had a hand some apartment house in Panama and is said to have conducted it with an- eyes j other woman, who was sent north on la royal mall steamer. When she got a tip she was to be charged with entic ing girls to Panama she eluded the au thorities and escaped to Gausyquil, Ecuador, where after a world-wide search she was arrested. Witnesses Are Held. Inspector McCafferty was notified by cable from Guayaquil July 10 of her ; capture. There were then three girl witnesses against her in this city said to be anxious to give testimony, one being in the house of detention. Miss. Spencer is regarded as some thing of a mystery by the New York police, but it is believed she is one of the principals in a gigantic traffic of white slaves. She is about 35 years old, and is described as handsome and stylish in appearance, always wearing fine clothes and jewels. The three young women, according to their stories, first met Miss Spen cer here last May. She won their con fidence and separately told them of the splendid opportunities in Panama for women of the theatrical profession. They Signed Contracts. , Representing herself as the agent of a variety nouse in ranama juy, known as "The Navajo" she Induced the girls to sign contracts with attrac tive salary inducements, including the cost of transportation. The girls had never met until they were aboard the Orinico bound for Colon. They soon learned their plight and became so tearful the stewardess reported their condition to Carfaln Cheerat who sent for them. He heard their story and. had them sent back. HE MAKES A CONFESSION (American News Service) Terre Haute, Ind., July 22 How ard Phillips, twenty-two years, a clerk at the Terre Haute National Bank, has been arrested and has con' fessed to taking four thousand dol lars of the bank's money during the past three years. The thefts were made by manipulating accounts when exchanges were made with other banks. Phillips had just returned last night from his vacation. While away his books were examined and the evidence of crookedness was dis covered. LITERARY WORLD t TENNYSON. (From an editorial in August Century) Century. RECEIVE tiO REPLY FROM THE CQMPAI1Y Commissioners Still Waiting For Answer of the Rail- road Officers. EXPECT AN ACCEPTANCE 1 THINK THE COMPANY WOULD PREFER TAKING THE PROPOSI TION OF THE COUNTY THAN GOING INTO THE COURTS. - The board of county commissioners has heard nothing In response from the Pennsylvania railroad officials to regard to the proposed sale of poor farm land to the company for $3,000. It is believed locally the railroad com pany would prefer buying the land to a law suit. The commissioners have threatened injunction proceedings and had gone so far as to notify the coun ty attorney to begin the process of M O M IE Y We loan money In turn of front S5 to $200 en goods, planes, teams, livestock, farming implements and all ether personal property, without removal, gMng yon such time as you may desire In which to repay no, and making your payment In such amounts and at audi tlmeSj as may best suit you. W furthermore agree to loan you money at a rata which Is GUARANTEED TO BE LOWER than can bo had of any similar concern In the city, none excepted. Wo offer every advantage to be had of other concerns, and In addition, a lower rate than any. Docs this sound good to you, Mr. Borrower? Then Investigate, and place your loan where your best Interests may be served.. Our agent will call at your residence, if you desire, and fully explain our moth ods. Open Tuesday and Saturday nights. UNMAN A XAM (DO). Phone 1341. Third Floor Colonial Bldg, Room 40, RICHMOND. IND. . We need not inquire as to the com- j .hen tbe railroad asked for a parative artistic merit of Byron and! ' Contract Awarded. The railroad company has awarded Its contract for the work and now is undertaking to secure the right of way. , It is believed by county officials that the county has the right to ask for some reimbursement from its land, although the contract of 1886 provided for such an Improvement by the rail road without expense for land. The commissioners have expressed their intention to retain .the position they have taken in the matter and unless the railroad company agrees to settle, it will find legal action confronting it- Scott and Wordsworth, of Keats and Shelley, of Longfellow, Lowell, Foe, Whitman and Emerson, of Swinburne, Browning and Tennyson, In order to determine whose genius of all these reached the wider, popular audience and influence in their, times. Among these English speaking singers each of us may name his special favorite and master, but all know which reached the greater number. Fortunate indeed has been the Eng lish speaking world in that the fas cination for the masses of readers of the brilliant and Irresponsible Byron the effect of whose better deliveranco was yet wholesome was followed by the vogue of a master so golden heart ed and nobly inspired and inspiring aa Tennyson. Fw many of those living who felt and- long remained under the Tennysonian spell another music such as that of Pitsgerald's, even, or that of one of the mightier singers may later have assumed a more peremptory Importance. Some parts of Tennyson's wide accomplishment may have, to these lost something of its earlier charm; but his greater accomplish ment, the diamond like perfection! and strength of his highest lyrics, the grave music of his most virile and most ; penetratively beautiful blank verse, the large and fit expression of his wisdom of life these elements of bis art endure; these are indestructi ble; these endear the laureate, and- al ways will, to every soul that recognises with welcoming rapture that which is eternal in the poetic art the "worthy offerinK" of "the flower and fruit" of a blessed and beautiful nature. Nothing better for the boy than bread from Gold Medal Flour. Bkbscca. Mr. BottsI think, my dear, I have at last found the key to success. 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