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Many Hours Gained by Using the The First National Bank EL PASO, TEXAS. ILL ii State Limited No Excess Fare We have on hand a large supply from the Pearson Mills the best kindling you can possibly buy CLEAN PINE ICINDLIN6 M Golde Fhoness Yards Santa Fe and Seventh Phone 586,587 Opposite Sex Attracts Ike "Wives It III Like Other, hat 1 ore Caa Overcome. By Klin Wheeler Wileex r PN THE first glamour and rapture of possession, betrothed lovers and newly married people are immune from the influence of any third p.---son. The most fascinating woman, the most attractive man, is powerless to awaken more than a passing; Pla tonic interest in husband or wife. Very young lovers believe this con dition will prove eternal, and when it diminishes in any degree when either one becomes in the least susceptible to the physical or mental charms of an other they imagine they have reached a crisis of misfortune, and that wedded love is dead or dying. Instead, they should regard it as the mere rise and fall of the emotional tides. When the sea is at hign "water mark, all the pebbles and rocks on tne coast are covered; when it ebbs they are revealed, but the tide comes nacK ana covers them again. Married Leve Is Bteraal Thing. The pebbles change and the rocks -wear away, but the tides are eternal. So, husband and wife should realise that married love is the eternal thing and wait for the fulness of the tides, and not regard mere Incidents as tragedies, nor attach undue importance to passing distractions. Were I the mother of a young daugh ter about to be the wife of a man she adored. I should, say to her: "Da not imagine that you will never feci the attraction of any other man when you are married. If you are in perfect health apd if your mind is receptive and progressive you will, as the years pass by. find yourself interested n. and stirred by other magnetic mascu line personalities. When such an ex perience comes, give it as little thought as possible. It does not mein that you have ceased to love vour husband, nor that you have found ne -who could hold your interest longer than he. It means that you chanced ' . 'L. - ii ii - "M' - M sMHsWlsss BfiBlill Malciiicf 11 1 J ' Just an ordinary W l ,'l knowledge of bafc- rjjC ingf requirements on your part is all that is necessary ;Ojr to produce .perfect bakings with Calumet Baking If oweT' Calumet by its purity and perfect leavening 1 I qualities does the rest. IJi Leave yeur next baking to Calumet and note the gjL improvements also note the saving for Calumet is Sgife . economical m cost and use. All good grocers sell it. IsSL. v RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS Hl!!PtL V tssj WorM Pure Food Expotttion, SpWg s::::":r.s?s"5HsSOsv!xv March 1912. iflJiiMJiJl m You dan'l save money rnhen yoa buy cheap or htg-ccm taking powder. ' M Dtm'thetmde d. Buy Calumet. It'j more economical more teholaonn' L M gbahettretuhs. Calomel it far superior to sour milk and soda. NOW READY A complete stock of choice varieties of the following Plants are now on sale at our retail store: CABBAGE PLANTS TOMATO PLANTS PEPPERJPLANTS EGG PLANTS W. D. Wise & C Phone 5290. v ii irnvmanf and 310 Piedras to be susceptible to an electric cur rent which can vitalize and strength mi you if made to act upon you mentally, or can be turned into a live wire and bring destruction if you choose to make it so." Men Net Mere Tempted Than "Women. To a son I should speak in precisely the same manner, perhaps oftener .nd with more earnestness not because men are more tempted than women from within or without, but because thev hare been allowed so long to be lieve in their privilege to play with temptation. It is useless to deny the fact that life offers no other fascination equal to the attraction of the sexes. It is not strange when we realise that the entire earth is formed and maintained the vegetable as well as the animal kingdom by this sex impulse. The only strange thing is that human be ings in this advanced and scientific age consider it a subject to be avoided or a fact to be denied. The woman who proclaims herself absolutely indifferent to men proclaims herself either hopelessly phlegmatic or anaemic. She Is not normal; neither is the man who cares nothing for and finds nothinsr fascinating In the asso ciation of women. Wise is the wife who says to her self: "My husband will see many women who charm and interest him. but he shall be so loved, entertained and trusted by me that he will iot want to wander away." Wise is the husband who says. "My wife will attract and be attracted by other men. no doubt; but she is loyal and true, and I shall give her such attention and devotion she will not wish herself the wife of any oth-r (Copyright, 191S, by Star Publishing Company.) f Frederic J. Haskin's American Gov ernment." As long as they last, copies of Fred eric J. Haskin's great book, "The Amer ican Government," may be had at The Herald office. Present clipping of this paragraph and W cents. By mail, 15 cents additional. Pure m ihe Sure in ihe Baking CJkLUMET BAKING POWDER 105 N. Stanton III I 'J Girl Alone In New York Getting Acquainted "With Manhat tan Madge Tells Kitty Aboat a Masterful Man. ' By Lillian Laufcrty. D EAR LITTLE KITTY- When things begin to happen to you in this world, they generally Dro- cced to show you that the only way to spell that word "Happen" is in large forcibly large capitals. Now a call from Mr. English may not sound like thrill ing excitement, and a newspaper wom an ought to be proof against stray per sonal thrills, but anything that is di rected at M. Royce and not just read ing for the great American public has a way of "getting at." said M. Royce! The blue serge dress, the smile and I arrived safely at the parlor door and were greeted with acclaim by a per-fectly-sure-you - are-delighted -to- see me person. I was too only he did not need to show he knew. New York men do not seem to know anything about the gentle art of pay ing calls. A poor, tired girl, who would have liked to stay at home and ex change ideas, found herself dressing up in hat and coat, and off for the "movies" went (Mr. English and I. You know that I am the one human creature who does not like the motion picture form of entertainment and yet I went. I sincerely hope that Mr. English will never invite me to go roller skating or to attend a turkey-trotting dance. Those are two things I won't do if I can help it. Mr. English is so serenely sure that you will do just as he sug gests that you give up a foolish fight against the inevitable and justify his certainty. I went to the "movies," and there after my escort took me to the grill room and I ate shrimp salad. Kna, well, you know that the denizens of the ocean were never on my bill of fare. After I had been cowed into these desperate measures (!) by a masterful masculine. Dame Kate took a hand at this beating into submission game, for who should come marching into the grill but A. T. Johnstone, Esq., and Miss Glory Jones! A. T. considered it hi duty to be funny he failed in the performance of duty. "Aha. and oho! Here are the missing Dieces of the picture puz- I zle. One large table and we all get 1 together while my little woman from f the land of the Wabash explains how I she got him away from the one and j only Glory." 1 We joined forces. Glory mixed smiles and pouts and coyness in injudicious j doses. A. T. seemed suddenly very much J impressed by little me, -while that ! Englishman managed to convey the . idea that he had known me since my i I early days, had carried by books from j 1 school and had a lew souvenir nair- ribbons and apple cores to prove it. , Good gracious. Tommy Johnstone in troduced me to tnat man last Satur day night am I the only human be ing who has a memory for dates and a respect for facts? I shall have to buy an Engagement Book, for so impressed were those two men at the thought of the attraction I might possess for "the other fellow" that they issued more invitations than I had in a year at home. The first plunge into the social whirl is to be a dance. A. T is taking Glory and Mr. English announced that he and little "Marjorie Daw" would join the party. I pleaded no real New Yorkifled ball gown and no knowledge of the tur key trot and the Impossibility of do ing good work on Saturday if I danced half through -the night Friday, but I am going. Oh Kitten. Mr. Richard English is a bossy person and I like it. Does Joe Summers ever make you do things whether you want to or not? Don't marry him unless he can in fluence you strongly. I don't believe a girl could love any man who has not the commanding personality. A man ought to sound the dominant note in the love duet. How do I know? Oh, mv newspaper work is a great edu cator Good night, honey. Devotedly Tour Madge. ADVANCED DEOHISKS TO HIS GIVE TO CLASS OP FIFTY Scottish Rite Masons will have a semi-annual reunion in El Paso begin ning April 21. The reunion will be held in the Scottish Rite hall, on San Antonio street, and a large class of candidates will be given the advanced degrees. It is expected that a class of 50 will take the advanced degrees. A smok'r, banquet and a musical pro gram will be given during the reunion. The committee in charge of the reunion is composed of J. J. Ormsbee, Dr. J. D. Love. W. H "Winter, Crawford Harvie and "W. H. McCullough. The Joy Of Coming A Wonderful Remedy That i a Natural Aid and Relieves the Tension. Mother's Friend, a famous external rem edy, is the only one known that is able to reach all the different parts involved. It is a penetrating application after the for mula of a noted family doctor, and lubri cates every muscle, nerve, tissue or tendon affected. It goes directly to the strained portions and gently but surely relieves all tendency to soreness or strain. By its dally use there will be no pain, no distress, no nausea, no danger of laceration or other accident, and the period will be one of supreme comfort and joyful anticipation. To all young women Mother's Friend Is one of the greatest of all helpful influences, for it robs childbirth of all Its agonies and dangers, dispels all the doubt and dread, all sense of fear, and thus enables the mind and body to await the greatest event in a woman's life with nntrammeled gladness Mother's Friend is a most cherishei remedy in thousands of homes, and Is of such peculiar merit and value as to make It essentially one to be recommended by all women. You will find it on sale at all drug stores at $1 00 a bottle, or the druggist will gladly get It for you if you insist upon It. Moth er's Friend is prepared only by the Brad field Resn-lator Co 1TT Tamar B'dij At lanta Ha who will nd i,c 1 bv m"'1 goalo a vr- mnirtiv1 t r. tu expectant mothtrs. Vnte Xur It u - j. " Capital $800,000.00 Surplus 200,000.00 OFFICERS: JOSHUA & RAYNOLDS, President JAMES GRAHAM McNARY. Vice President. W. L. TOOIiEY. Vice President J. M. WYATT. Vice President E. M. HURD. Vice President J. F. PRIMM, Vice President . EDGAR W. KAYSER, Cashier WALTER M BUTLER, Ass. Cashier GLEN T. MOORE. Asst. Cashier rHIS bank transacts a general banking business; accepts commercial and checking accounts; pays interest on time deposits and saoings; rents safe de posit boxes and invites the xaccourilsof individuals, firms and corporations, and issues letters of credit and foreign exchange. DIRECTORS: J B. DALE J O. CROCKETT J. M. GOGGIN J. M WYATT A. KRAKAUER J. J. MUXDY C & PICKRELL S. C AWBREY FELIX MARTINEZ J. G. McNARY J. H. NATIONS C. M. NEWMAN D. B. GILLIES J. F. PRIMM Advice To the Lovelorn By Beatrice Fairfax. CERTAI.NLY OT. Dear Mijs Fairfax: I have been going about with a young man for some time. Now, las: week I promised to send him a certain postal card: I did send it, but as he die' not receive it, he claims I did not sen ' any. And, as we made a date to mee. Saturday, he gave me a stand-up, al on account of the postal. Do you think he was right in giving me a stand up before finding out wnetner l wrote or not? Anxious. I judge that "stand-up" means he did not keep his engagement. He was unpardonably rude; first, in doubting your word, and, second, in treating ou so shabbily. OM3 NOW; TUB OTIIBIt UVTKK. Dear Miss Fairfax: I am engaged to a girL The wed ding , date is not set. but in two or three years she is to be my wife. When should an engagement ring find wedding ring be given to her? H. B. W. The engagement ring should be given her as soon as her promise is given, i The wedding ring doss not come into ; her possession until she becomes a ! wife. MAKING TOO ailj'CII OP 1IBIG1IT. Dear Miss Fairfax: Six weeks age I was Introduced to a young man seven years my senior. He has called at my hoase several times and we went oat together to places of amusement and he treated me very nicely. I like him. but my folks are against him, as he ji much shorter than I am. If his morals are of tile right breadth and length, if his heart is large, and he has a good, clean brain, the matter of physical stature need not be con sidered a moment. -v- ItBbPECT THEIR WISHES. Dear Miss Fairfax: ,1 am a young girl 19 years of age, and love a boy of about S3. I have been out with him several times and have met his parents. xney are against nis going with me for a simple reason. .11. 21. .Lu That which means a simple reason to you may be an insurmountable barrier with them. You are both too young to oppose your wishes against theirs. At least wait two years. FD OUT TUB ItEASOX. Dear Miss Fairfax: I am very much in love with a girl seven years younger than myself, and j I know she loves me, too. I have known her ever since I came to this country, five years ago, but since her father knows I love her he has stopped me going to his house. I cannot forget her. J. & Her father owes you his reasons, and you must do your best to overcome them by convincing him of your sin cerity, good Intentions and well be havior. Don't do anything underhanded. WO It I v FOR. BIG BROTHER. Dear Miss Fairfax: I am a young girl of IS, and am ac quainted with a young man of. 21. He loves me, but I hate him. He pesters me with attentions, forcing them upon me. I am afraid of him. What shall I do? Anxious. Tell your father, your brother, or if you haTe neither, go to some friend. You don't have to accept his attentions. Remember that, and make him so un derstand in a manner that will keep him away. SHE IS SENSIBLE. Dear Miss Fairfax: I am a young man, 19 years of age, and deeply in love with a young wom an one year my junior. She has told me different times that she loves me, but recently, while on her vaction, I only received one postal card during her en tire two weeks' stay. Anxious. The girl who isn't profligate with pen and ink is wise beyond her years. Be grateful for one card in two weeks. She remembered you. Isn't that enough for a girl to do when on her vacation? ASK HER. Dear Miss Fairfax: I am desperately in love with a girl named Catherine, or Katie, as they call her, -who is three years my junior. I love her very much and I would like to know if she cares for me. .She has a sister. Minnie, who likes me very much and I think Katie is jealous over her sister, although I have given her no reason. Adam D. Ask her if she loves you, telling her first, of course, that you love her. There is no other way to find out. though her jealousy is encouraging. If she did not care for you a little, she would not be jealous. GOOD CONDUCT COUNTS. Dear Miss Fairfax: I am In love with a girl one year my junior, and she in return loves me dearly. I gave her an invitation to go to the theater, but her parents object to her going with me. I see the girl once a week, and her parents object to my visit. What can I do to win their consent, as I love the girl very dearly t T. V. Perhaps your conduct does not please them. Look to that. Or It may be that the girl is too young to receive the at tentions of a man. You do not give her age: neither do jou intimate why her parents disapprove, though ou must surely know. I'nder the circumstances, all I can suggest is that you wait, be have yourself and respect their wishes. ON THB OUTSIDE. Dear Miss Fa'rfax: Kindl adise which is the proper way for a man to walk when accom pan ing two oung women T M ir i h i w w ini i u K 1 r h "i h 'la'isttk til .w i. Ji .1 Ilk. J. S RAYNOLDS H. B. STEVENS W. L TOOLEY Z. T. WHITE J. W. ZOLLARS H. J. DONAU E. W. KAYSER 67a? 99 HORLICK'S ii Means Original and Genums MALTED MILK The Fsod-drink for All Ages. . More healthful than Tea or Coffee. Agrees with the weakest digestion. Delicious, invigorating and nutritious. Rich rMk, malted gram, powder fcrm. A quick kack prepared in a airate. Take bo sHfctitete. Ask for HORLICK'S. Others are imitations. Little Bobbie and His Pa I'a Decide- to Hire a Stenographer, bat DoeHt l'iek Oae to Salt Ma Breaker Ahead. By William P. KIrJc w IFE. sed Pa to Ma the other night. I have decided to hire a stenograffer. My work is piling up Pa sed that I can't tend to it no more at alL I think that would be a good idee sed Ma and I know just the person for the job Mrs. Jenkins has a young brother which is just out of the biz ness college and he is a ery deserving young man. I doant want any body Pa sed, that is just out of a bizness college. I hae tried that kind before Pa sed. They are all right Pa sed to work for a oung lawyer who is just out of law college but I want an ex pert. Besides Pa sed I doant want a man stenographer, girls is more faith ful to their employers Pa sed, and takes a moreJivelj interest in the dee tails of the offls. r, . , xmmo- urt w w tmut ' enough on the typewriter, but he was a .w a ....,. ,..-. ....v ... iuu last uiaer ways. w aewTfr ae thought I was out of town he would spend his forenoons reading about how Matty broke into the big league, and his afternoons about how Amos Rusie broke out of the big league. I want a girl Pa sed and fat fack I have advertised for one. There will he some at the offis Wednesday morning fa. sea, ana after I nave questioner an of them I will make up my mind. ' Indeed sed Ma I think that Bobbie and I will trail along with you that j morning, to act as a sort of ad-visory Doara. 1 am a preiiy gooa picKer 01 - girl stenographers myself Ma sed. Pa af'iid I shall have to look rarther Pa looked kinda unhappy. But little Bob- sed. hie mustn't stay out of school he sed ihen the off is boy called in the sec There isn t any school Wednesday sed ond homely girl, her name was Miss Ma. I Jones. She was e en homlier than Miss CallH Hemclj- Girls. Flynn. Be seated sed Pa. I would like So Wednesday Pa Ma 4 Me all $? y a few question to find out went down to Pa's offis. There was now much genral nollege you have, four girls setting in the outside offis. I . "hat were alhalas Halls' sed Pa. Three of them was awful homelv. & one of them looked like a doll. I no ticed that right away bekaus I notised i Pa noting her j Pa called in one of the homely girls first. What Is your name Pa sed? Miss Flnn ses the homely girl. Well Miss Flynn sed Pa I am a riter & I rite about many different toplks. The girl I hire sed Pa must have a big fund of general informashun, so I will ask you a few questions. Who conquered Carthage?, asked Pa. Rome sed Miss Flynn. ' What General did Rome defeat at that time? sed Pa. Hannibal sed Miss Flynn Who was Atilly the Hun? asked Pa. He was a Bar-baman Generul which swept over Rome wen that Empire was falling, sed Miss Flynn. She seems like a remarkably smart girl said Ma. She knows Roman His tory Pa sed. but that isn't everything Miss Flynn Pa sed name the date when Bob Fitzsimmons soaked Jim Corblt in the plexis A won the champeen-ship of the wurld? March the 17th. 1897, at Carson City. Nevada, sed Miss Flsnn. Who was Akilles" sed Pa. and where did he bekum famous? Akilles -was a famus mithi-lojical Greek soldier sed jniss riynn tie was one oi toe gratust warriers at th siege of Trov. Splendid sed Ma that i- h very girt r-Als WAAdl TUticTKemil An a n iint 1 aava sed Pa M am i&ot'thru yet Then' Pa begin to think kinda hard and sed to miss -iynn rv nat was the exact day and hour when they killed Doc Cronin out In Chicago- Miss Flvnn got kinda red in the face sed I am afraid I can't answer that question Sir I am verry sorry, but I don't believe I knew he was dead. Who Wen C&Httertea; Well it's too bad sed Pa. I bad hoped that you wuld fill the bill, but I am The Best Tonic For Spring Use (The Home Doctor) ' "To best cleanse the system and rid th blood of those 'impurities which cauie drowsiness, spring fever, slug-g-sh action of the liver and general spring sickness, there Is nothing quite so good as a home-made kardene-tonic. prepared as follows: Get from an utug store 1-2 pint alcohol and one ounce kardene; mix these with 1-2 cup ful sugar then add hot water to make a quart. 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W fOWNES KID FITTING r SILK GLOVES Wear 1febL Wear Tnat ws the name that the old Nors- man, the vikings, gave to their heaven sed Miss Jones. They believed that nobody could go there except a warrlur who fell fighting In battle. Correck sed Pa. Now Miss Jones who was Chatter ton? Chatterton was the grate boy poet, sed Miss Jones, he was found starving in a garnt, when he was onl 17 after having ritten some of the most wunderful poetry in the English Language. That's rite sed Ma. there is the girl for you husband Walt a minute sed Pa. Who was Guy Fawkes? asked Pa. He was the man sed Miss Jones who tried to blow up the English Parle ment with sum barrels of gun-powder which he had hid in the basment. Right again sed I'a. One more question sed fa. How many ring fights did Kid Broad I er have" sed Pa. I never heard of f tvia Broad sed Miss Jones. I am sorry sed Pa but von will not do So Miss Jones went away. When the offis boy went to call the third homely girl she had went awav too I guess Miss Flynn must have toald her ab&ut Dr. Cronin and skared her. So the pretty one came in. She I.oekx Happy. Pray be seated sed Pa. what is your name? Florence Atherton. sed the pretty girl. I merely wish to ask you a rew questions sea ra Don t get ner- I yous. Jfl Pa' take yur lme ,n c-i,. What is the Canltol of New York State? Albany sed Miss Atherton Good sed Pa. Who is William Fav- ersham' He is a actor sed the pretty girl and T think he is jtjst too dear for an thing Splendid said Pa. Who is the Presi- wear vbbbbbb HEID BROTHERS Wholesale and Retail FUEL Hay, -Srain, Field Seeds. Cotton Seed Meal and Cake. Stock Salt Phones 35 and 36 Leon and Second PsMaaa ReeervafcJttw CaH sa or Address: PHOME 594 h. d. McGregor, City Pass. Agent. Orleans. La. 5 ALLEN'S F00TEASE The Aatfaepticpowder hal.f-i in'a the shoo The Standard Rem- cdy ler the leet for a q-i -cenrnrr- 30.000 testimonials. - 1 TnJe-lfark. coeuwhcic. 3Sc Sample FS Address. Allen S. Olmsted LeRo N TncMaawhopettbe EEs la FEET. dent of the United States? W.Tson s the pretty girL Correck, sed Pa, now one more q, tion and we are thru. Who was t Author of Poems of Pashun I j. Wheeler 'Wilcox sed the pretty gi-i Very satisfactory sed Pa. You m report Monday morning at nine If would like anv offis supplies or a d ,. ferent make of typewriter my offis v will be at your servis. Miss Atherton looked awful h p wen she left the offis. but the v a VCa looked I don't think the new sunor--pher will ever get to be a veteran Pa's offis. Burnetixed fence posts, bet ar cheapest. Laaeer Lumber Co. Sts, El Paso, Texas p $29.8 I H at all the other additions as 1 9e H yon will S i JK in Tobin's 4th Addition. K -': , 9 Phone S03 and yoa will sw WMM.MM Be.-f i JMk. t i bbHbbb .