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Wednesday, Sept. 17, 1913. IS I When I I You See i 7 "A Letter to Mary From a Father to Ills Daughter Who Wants to Marry; It Is Food For Eery Girl. By Beatrice Fairfax have your own sweet, unreasoning and unreasonable way too many years to protest now. We have brought you up to tne habit of your own way. We want you to have it now, if it is for your happiness, but we want you to be sure that It is. "Love is all there is in life, my dear. I have been happy too many years in the love of your mother to decry it But, when I courted her. was with her father's permission. lowing letter from him under her plate , after proving to that worthy gentle this morning: j man's satisfaction that I was of good l moral naDits, stood wen in my nome town, had no past to conceal ana was A CERTAIN little girl whose fath er is necessarily away from home a great deal found the fol- I it A pair of our glasses you can rest assured of the satisfaction of the wearer. 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This cleanses the hair and f alp of dirt, dust and excessive oil and makes the hair delightfully soft, lustrous and fluffy. To stop the hair from falllnjg and to make it grow again rub the lotion briskly into the salp with the finger tips or a medium stiff brush. Apply night and morning, v few day's use and you cannot find a single loose or straggling hair. They Will, be locked on your scalp as tight as a vise. Dandruff will disappear and itching cease. In ten days you will find fine downy new hairs sprout ing up all over your scalp and this new hair will grpw with wonderful rapidity. Any druggist can sell yon the above. The prescription is very inexpensive and we know of nothing so effective ana certain In its result. Advertisement. PRISONER, HELD FOR MURDER 14 YEARS AGO HAS ALIBI Vallejo, Calif., Sept. 17. Although Joseph Kopf, arrested here yesterday, is charged with the murder of Julian fiuchuard, a wealthy bachelor of Julian, Neb., named after him, 14 years ago, the papers calling for his extradition are on their way back to Nebraska in the keeping of sheriff Jones of Nemaha county, who came here last week to make the arrest, failed to find Kopf and turned back. Kopf said today that he knew Buchuard as -well a3 he did Fulker Shellenberger, who in a statement to the prison authorities of Auburn, Kan., implicated Kopf. Kopf has lived here nine years and is a respected citizen. He is positive that he can prove his innocence by an alibi. You ask mv consent to your mar riage with John. Since you were old enough to climb on my lap and whis per a desire in my ear I have given you everything you longed for. I see my mistake, lor now, when you ask for something I should refuse, I know that the power of refusal is beyond me. "I know that you ask me as a mat ter of form; that should I say no you will do as you have done for years, laugh at my refusal, and then pro ceea as it pleases you. "This is my fault. I am not blam ing you, my child. I have never taught you to investigate, to reason, or to consider the consequences. When I knew your own way would not be best for you. I have weakly let you have It, and then haye thrust myself between you and the punish ment that came afterward. "In this case I cannot do that. Have you thought of that? "So I say in the beginning that I will give my consent to your marriage with John if you insist, but I wonder at jour ignorance (or bravery) in dreaming of going away from your home with a man you have known less than six months, and then chiefly through correspondence. Some Doubts. V "Ton know that he Is good looking, is of pleasing manners, generous to a fault with his money, and that you love him. You will marry him and you do not know what his standing in that town is. , "You do not know if he is consid- 1C4 CI 111 AllO UUiUC KJ . 41 1.11V. ..invi w. man a respectable girl cares to go with; you do not know If he is good to his mother; if his business pros pects entitle him to assume the sup port of a wife. "You do not know what his habits are. He may drink, gamble, loaf, and be addicted to the company of those who blaze the primrose path, but of this you know nothing. You are not making as much effort to learn some thing of the character of the man who wants to be your partner for life as your mother makes in finding out about the maid whose stay will not be loncor than six months. "You know nothing whatever about him, yet you are anxious to go away from, your comfortable home to risk a leap in the dark, landing only the good Lord knows where! "Your mother and I have never let you take a trip as far as ten miles from home without assurance of who would meet you at the end, and how you would fare. This is a trip for life, and we are powerless to protect you. "Be Sure." "You must throw up your own safe guards, my dear! We have let you willing and able to support her in every luxury she had enjoyed in her home. We had known each other five years, and were engaged two years. "I did not engage her In correspon dence for a few weeks and then ask her to marry me without, first pre senting my credentials to her father. I did not use less consideration in taking his daughter from his home forever than I would have taken in borrowing his horse for an hour. Changed Times. "The times have changed. Your mother and I realize that this rapid fire courting, with easy divorce to fol low, is quite the fashion, but It is not the fashion we want our girl to fol low. "We want you to love, to be loved, and to marry. But we want, more than this, for you to marry so happily you will stay married. We don't want you to come back in a few months with every hope, every faith in life and love and mankind trailing in the dust. "I give my consent, of course, real izing that If I refused It you would marry without it, but I am going to put it straight up to you to be sure in your own heart that you want It. "It Is un to you! Shall I order the wedding cake as I ordered the doll you cried for when a child, or will you make him prove his worthiness first?" BULGARS TO SUUKEXDEK TERRITORY TO TIIE TURKS Constantinople, Turkey, Sept. 17. It is officially announced that an agree ment upon the principal points of the frontier question was reached yester day at the meeting of the Turkish and Bulgarian peace delegates. By the new treaty. Bulgaria "will lose the greater part of Thrace guar anteed her by the treaty of London. Turkey will take Adrianople, and It is believed, will have Kirk-Kilisseh, to the east of the Maritza river and a considerable tract to the west of that river. Bulgaria vainly hoped that the pow ers would help her to secure better terms. PENALTY FOR DELIXaUEXT CITY TAXES SOW IS FORCE Mondav was the last day for the rendition of city property and on Tues day the 10 per cent penalty was put in effect. City assessor Dave Sullivan is now preparing the tax lists for sub mission to the board of equalization which will meet early in October to adjust values. JWWWrtWrtVyVVSWWVVWWWVWWWVWWtWVVWfiWWWWftlVSVVtfWWWWVtfWtfVW i S5 ea u ty (By Lillian Lafferty.) Drink Buttermilk, and Don't Cry, Says Smiling Dorothy Brepaer "WHAT'S INDIGESTION? WHO CAEES? LISTEN! Tape's Diapepsin" makes Sick. Soar, Gasiy Stomachs Surely Feel Fine In five minutes. Time it! In five minutes all stom ach distress will go. No Indigestion, ieart-burn, sourness or b'elching of gas, acid, or eructations of undigested food, no dizziness, bloating, foul breath or headache. Pape's Diapepsin is noted for its Fpeed in regulating upset stomachs, it is the surest, quickest and most certain indigestion remedy in the whole world, and besides it Is harm less. Millions of men and rornen now eat their favorite foods without fear they know Papers Diapepsin will save them from any stomach misery. Please, for yonr sake, get a large fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin from any drug store and put your stomach rjght. Don't keep on being miserable life is tqo short you are not here long, so make your stay agreeable. Bat what you like and di gest it enjoy it, without dread of re bellion in tie stomach. Pape's Diapepsin belongs in your home anyway. Should one of the fam ily eat something which don't agree with them, or in case of an attack of indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis or stomach derangement at daytime or during the night, it is handy to give the quickest, surest relief known Advertisement. "Buttermilk Is my very Pet panacea for whatever nils me anil buttermilk never falls me! I never let myself get very fat but tvhen I find myself plus about eight or ten underslrablc pounds I proceed to go on the buttermilk treatment. Tiro quarts a Say suffice to feed me and supply mc with drinkables, and never n drop or a crumb of any other refreshment do I permit myself. For two weeks I live on my daily allowance of two quarts of buttermilk per day. I have no stated time for drinking it just whenever I am thirsty I Indulge In a glass also whenever I am hungry. After the first day or two It Is not hard to deny yourself food, and at the end of two Teeks I am, eight pounds thinner nnd much clearer ns to complexion than vhen I started on the cure."' At Your Service S IX Each week for washing cleanly and ironing beautifully-your Bed Linen, Table Linen, Personal Linen and Family Wash. Better accept our service and try the work done here. It can't be done better! Phone 2177. Elite Laundry Sanitary and Fireproof. 412-414 S. Oregon St. " ip "illiliiilll lllllliiiif ls$& m r " jsS3s3P.-!i8iET .'Jf5 7" i&w "-Ssjyrx Is an Event Worthy of the Attention of Everyone! Variety is the fyeynole in this showing of Fall Suits and Dresses, allowing a freedom of choice so large that every taste can be satisfied. 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Regular Us- girr. 25c Sole Agents for Queen Qual ity Shoes. in HOWE OF LOW PRICES 316-322 E Overland St. ear. Stanton, House of Clothes for Men and Young men W HEN Dorothy Brenner smiles and golden hair glints to an ac- J companlment of. dimples and , white teeth and hubblins joy you do j not analyze "Beauty" you just enjoy i it. But merry-heatred Dorothy Bren- j ner can analyze and tabulate for you ; just how to be cheerful and keep cheer- andflgure on digestion and disposition alike. M.ss Brenner and Harry Carroll are playing "The Little Song Shop" on the j Keith circuit under the management j of Max Hart, and of course we all like to know iust how our f.i-nrlt enter. ' tainers keep their figures and main tain a high average of complexion and of cheerfulness, come rain or come sun shine. "Buttermilk," says Miss Bren ner, "and cry when you fel like It." Worth Investigating and particular izing: a bit when ytj come to lactic ferment and lachrymal glands in such cheerful proximity! To particularize said Miss Brenner: Her Very Pet. "Buttermilk is my very pet pana cea for whatever ails me and butter milk never fails me! I never let my self get very fat but when I find my self plus eight or ten undesirable pounds, I proceed to go the buttermilk treatment. Two quarts a day suffice to fAPl ttia nnrt Kimnl mp -miti. j.tnv ables, and never a drop nor a crumb of I am eight pounds th.nner Miss Dorothy Brenner. any other refreshment do I permit my self. For two weeks I live on my dally allowance of two quarts of but termilk per day. I have no stated time for drinking it just whenever I am thirsty I indulge in a glass also when ever I am hungry. After the first dav or two it is not hard to deny yourself food, and at the end of two Wff-ko I and much. clearer as to complexion than when I started on the 'cure.' When I go off the buttermilk diet, I do not plunge into heavy eating and overtax my digestion, but then I don't believe In very hearty eating anyway. For breakfast, fruit, coffee and a roll; for lunch, a glass of buttermilk and a sandwich, and din ner, a simple repast of the supper vari ety. That is a good all-the-whlle cus tom for the eating department. t "My next use of buttermilk is ex- ternal application. I use it on my face and throat. First, I wash very thoroughly with hot water and pure j castlle soap. Next comes a careful dry- ' mg process and then I take a bit of cotton or soft cloth nnd put butter milk over my face and throat; as soon as one application has dried I go over the surface again. Ton or 15 minutes are allowed to pass and then I give my face a liberal -washing and splash ing in cold water. At the end of that .time I feel as well as I look and look as well as I feel and both effects are very satisfactory. Butterm'lk Is cheap, easy to get at any neighboring milk depot, and as it is a foe to fat and to digestive troubles, and a friend to skin and complexion, working from the in side and the outside for the mutual benefit of both I feel safe in saying: 'No family should be without it.' Abont Crying. "Aid now ahout r inp I don't care how wonderful a disposition a girl ia heir to. there are times when it fraz zles and curdles and ravels at the ends if any one article in the world can do all three things! Anyway, even a perfectly good disposition will go beak on the owner now and then! And a girl generally feels called upon to keep herself above' par. to smile however she feels tn smile an earnestly that 'her noble expression aches'; to smile until Cry It out and have It over with. Don't be sorry for yourself notice what a fine old world It is how It lets you go off and have a little April shower ocu lar demonstration, and then how glad everything looks when you look at It through -a smile. Allow -yourself two or three good cries a year if you need them and never exceed your allow- she wonders if she can ever untangle ance. or forget that the sun has to her real feelings from the expression garment she has put on her poor, tired face. "Does that help her disposition and character? It does not. It curdles all the milk and honey sweetness in her nature. I say express your feelings; if you are blue and don't know why, or discouraged and do know why, go off by yourself where you can't annoy the neighbors or worry your mother over what ails you, and just cry it out! Cry it out once for all. and then orget it. ilSKffiilfc) As. WE PERFECT Unshapely Noses, Outstanding Ears, Drooping Eyelids. Hollow Cheeks. Baggy Skin. WE REMOVE Pimples and Blackheads. Wrinkles and Scars. Smallpox Fittings. Warts, and Moles. Freckles, Su perfluous Hair. Birth Marks. WE CORRECT , . Frowns and Furrows, Enlarged Pores. Double Chin. Sallow Skin. Bed Nose. MRS. BENSON HSTSSSta. shine a little harder always after a shower. So after you have had your cry out all by yourself, remember that you owe yourself and the world a lot of smiles to make up for those weak weeps!" There is a lot of philosophy in that If you will think It over, and just ex actly follow directions but following directions means that you weep In pri vate and turn to the world and its peo ple a smiling face. Can you do It? COURTEOUS AND EFFICIENT SERVICE AT ALL TIMES FOR THE SMALL AS WELL AS THE LARGE DEPOSITOR ioGrakdellsy wniwii m rmrTSMlcgrTjimu Bank & Trust Co Corner Mesa Ave. & Texas St Others May Try the natural appearance and work manship of our artificial teeth and bridgework. But no others can give you the same satisfaction that we can give you; consider this very care fully. Call ana let us show you samples of our work and refer you to some of our patients we have done work for. The very best ma terial used and all work absolutely guaranteed. Lady attendant. 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