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EL PASO HERALD Thursday, January 14, 1915 Ik Miss Audra Alder Appears . For " Amigo Lis to" Benefit MERRY MUSICAL PROGRAM IS GIVEN BY MUSIC DEPARTMENT OF WOMEN'S CLUB FUN and lota of It wag Enjoyed by the Woman's club Wednesday aft ernoon. Instead of the uplift pro grams that have been a part of the (lub work, the music department de cided to furnish relaxation and so gave Wednesday afternoon an exceedingly clever program In the auditorium of the high school The grave and digni fied members of the club acted a school room scene In which the nonsense was irresistible and kept the audience in a ripple of continuous mirth. The fun was entirely without effort, the per formance being happily spontaneous. The Improving songs by anxious chil dren and Haydn's "Toy Symphony." were especially enjoyed. The program opened with a chorus. "Fly, Swinging Bird, Fly, sung by the Booth, as typical little school girls in ""-. J trincrham dresses and hair in braids led I vtTUo. in the song, "Why," with the school master and chorus joining lh. Mrs. Ralph Henderson as "Stout" was comi cal. Her plaintive song of the woes of being fat was a decided hit. She wore a very large apron of gingham and her hair was very tightly braided in pigtails. Mrs. Henderson was In charge of the entire program. The chorus sang "I Know a. Lovely Garden," by d'Hardolet Haydn's "Toy Symphony" closed the program. All the orchestra members wore their school room costumes. Mrs. Fennessy and Miss Alicia O'Neill were the violin ists; Mrs. James G. McNary played the piano. Mrs. George Brunner the cuckoo, Mrs. R. P. Mosson the rattle: Mrs. D C. Booth, the quail; Mrs. A. IL women's chorus with Mrs. D. V. Fen- J Goldstein, tho triangle; Miss Anne Lee nessy and Miss Alicia u neni playing .kix, me nigninisiiie, rarun me, mo violin obllgatos ana airs. jTances norn, ana x nomas .. nrisiian, me th eil the piano accompaniment Then a number of songs from "The Bohemian Girl," by Balfe, were given, arranged in a most effective scene. The stage was set with a tent and pine trees and the participants were all in elaborate and picturesque costumes. Parvin Witte, as " Thaddeus," sang Then You'll Remember MeV Mrs. Ralph J. Wilson, as "Arllne," sang "I Dreamt I Dwelt In Marble HallsS" Thomas A. Christian made a capital "Devllshoof," and Mrs. W. D. Howe was "Queen of the Gypsies." Following Mrs Wilson's solo, was the Gypsy wed ding, with the duet afterward between the queen and 'Devilshoof," "This Is Thy Deed," and "The Wrongs We For give, But Cannot Forget" In the second part was the school room nonsense scene. Edwin C, Knlck mejer was the school master, with big spectacles and bald head, fringed with Wisps of gray hair. Thomas A. Christ Jar as "Tommy," was a typical over grown boy, all hands and feet He sang two "Improving songs," "The War" and "War." Parvin Wltte as a tow headed naughty boy, sang of his woes at dancing school. Miss Anne Lee Rlx dressed in a snort pink frock, with her long blond hair in braids, made a most attractive school girl. She sang "Questions" with the other school children answering her. and later sang "Humility." Mrs. George Brunner as the "good child" of the school, was a very capti vating little school girl, with a pink I .1 ...1.1.. .au..,!.. nJ vnflA l41r Oncll ' and a little beflowered poke bonnet over her dark curls. With the musical accompaniment she gave a recitative "Good Ellen." Mrs. A. H. Goldstein sang "Vanity" in a most coquetlsh man ner, her befrilled and beruffled little French dress with poke bonnet, hair in curls and little pink parasol making a most appealing little girl. Mrs. R. P. Mosson and Mrs. D. C. For Grey Hair I Will Tell Yon Free How to Restore J to your Hair the Natural Color of Youth. Tio Dye or Other Harmfnl Method. Results In Foar Dnys. tt me Knd you free full Infonnatlon about a harmless liquid that will restore the natural color ol your hair, no matter what your age nor the cause of your CTeyness. It Is not a dye nor a stain. Its effects commence after 4 days use. I am a woman 6o became prematurely grey aad old looking at 27. but a scien tific friend told me of a simple method he had perfected after years of study. I followed his advice and Id a short time my , rfalr actually was the natural col or of my Blrllah days. This method is 'entirely different from anything else I have ever seen or hard of Its effect Is lasting and it "will not wash or rub off or stain the scalp. It Is neither sticky or greasy, its use cannot he detected, it will restore the natural fchade to any grey, bleached or faded hair. no matter how many things have failed. It succeeds perfectly with both sexes, and all aaes. Write me today giving your name and address plainly, stating whether lady or gentleiran (Mr, Mrs. or Miss) and enclose Jc stamp for return postage and I win send you full particulars that will enable you to restore the natural color of youth to your hair, making It soft, natural and easily managed. Write today Address Mrs. Mary X Chapman Butte 671. F Grosvenor Bldff.. Providence, R. J. Advertisement sS&yT' k and drum. 'In the chorus were- Mesdames W. R. Schultz, W. C. Haden, R. P. Mosson, D C. Booth, A. B-ePew, J. J. Tyndall, Henry Clay Greer, Misse Anne Lee Rix, Ella Peck and Dora Aiken. The performance was well attended. Mrs. V. E. Raggio and Mrs. J. W. Cox received at the door. Mrs. Clarence Johnson presided at the brief business meeting which preceded the program. Miss Hallie Irvln read the secretary's minutes. Mrs. W. J. Cox gave the tresurer's . report Mrs. S. J. Fennell announced1 the program of original work of the literary de partment for the evening of January SS. Following the program a called meet ing of the board of directors was held. Information concerning the offering of a prize of $250 by a current magazine for the best definition of the word "home" and the suggestion by Miss Grace "Virginia iogan that the club en ter this competition, was presented to the board of directors by Mrs. T. C. Phillips. Th.e Idea was endorsed by the directors. The prize is only open tp federated clubs. The manuscripts must be limited to 1000 words and must answer the following questions: "What does home mean to you' What is I nonie? what is the purpose of home; the aim of home, and why do homes exist?" Each club may submit but one answer For the purpose of attending to some especial business and also of attend ing to the revision of the bylaws and constitution, a called meeting of the general ciud wm De held Monday after noon at 3 oclock at the high school au ditorium. Mrs. A. W. Foster, president of the club, has appointed the committee to cooperate with the Charity association committee in regard to the establish ing of a model apartment for an ex ample of sanitary methods and house Keeping for the children of the south ern part of town. Mrs. W. L. Crockett Is the chairman of this committee. Mrs Wr. Van Long and Mrs. R. Harry Sims are the other members. The Aid and Missionary society of the Highland Park Baptist church gave an interesting program Tuesday at 2 '30 p m. The subject, was. "Personal Serv ice. Mrs J. W. Earle conducted the jiuiv oiuuy, me topic Demg. "Elijah's Coronation Day" The leader, Mrs. A. W. Clayton, gave an Illustrated talk on the various lines of personal service, and read a poem. The subject was dis. cussed and practical plans suggested by Mrs. Clara Murray, Mrs. G. A. Mc "??' J""! Mrs" Volet Youngkin. Mrs. F. H. Sanderson and Mrs. C J. Nostrand were appointed as a committee to com plete the raising of funds for the church carpet The meetings for the balance of the month will be: Jan 19 missionary service, Mrs. G A. McLure! chairman, Jan. 26, social, Mrs. Keefer Griffith, chairman. i Mrs. Ysabel Flato gave a bridge party Wednesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Bert King Smith, of Fort Worth, Texas. Mrs. James Vance won the first prize and Mrs. Leila T Moore the consola- I tlon prize. Mrs. Smith was presented with a souvenir prize. Refreshments ncre enjoyed when the games were over. Mrs. W. B Farwell entertained the Entre Nous club Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. M. C. Tracy on North Oregon street Red carnations and ferns attractively decorated the rooms. Mrs. M. C. Tracy won the first prize, a silver table bell. Mrs. R. E Kohler v. on the second prize, a hand painted plate. Mrs. Bertha Neal was the only guest of th,e club A salad course was served when the games were over. Mrs. Tracy assisted the hostess In entertaining. Mrs. S. S. i Baker will entertain the club on the afternoon of January 27. Mrs. Ed Sanders entertained with a bridge party Wednesday afternoon at her home on Arizona street Pink roses ana ferns In tall 'glass vases decorated the rooms. Mrs. George McKenzie and Mrs. Ben Freudensteln won the prizes Mrs. Elsie Neufeld won the prize for . which the members cut. Guest prizes were presented to Mrs. P. Prager, of Trinidad, Colo., and Mrs. H. Seigel, of I San Francisco. A four course luncheon , was enjoyed after the games. Among ' the guests present were Mesdames P . Prager, H. Seigel. Edwin Wisbrun, Ben Freudensteln, George - McKenzie, E I Moye, A. A. Kline. S. Neustadt Elsie ' Neufeld, Sol I. Berg, Martin Zielonka, , Nathan Solornan, H. Kayser and Jennie ' Frobel. Misses Delia Moye, Eleanor I Mathias, Hedwlg Mathias and Minnie JHoIzman. j Miss Virginia Stewart was the guest of honor at a delightful bridge party, given Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. B. ' L. Farrar, at her home on Montana str,e,et- p'nK carnations and ferns. ji i v'"'"e;,B "lies in Japanese Jar dlniers were attractively used In the decoration of the rooms. Bridge was played and Miss Maude Austin won the first prize, with, the second prize going to Miss Virginia Hill, of HAiderson. ity. Miss Stewart Was glveft a guest prize A luncheon was served at the small tables when the games were completed. Mrs U. S. Stewart, Mrs. M. P. Wilson, of Colorado Springs, and the hostess's mother, Mrs. B. F. Hammett assisted in entertaining. Among the guests were Misses Virginia Stewart, Geraldlne Merchant Hilda Sauer. Ivah cool, Wvnne Maxon. Augusta Anne Reese, Eleanor Eubank, Katherine Edgar. Louise McCormlck, Louise Blu SS1,11 JrS'nIa Hill, Maude Austin. SvJr?iiii ro7r"' Gace Win&- "Walker McClellan, Mar- Turney Nations, Anne Lee Ganies. Irene Laughlln, Dorothy nff BnV ,n,, M-gan, Margaret Davis, Natalie Edwards, and Frances Mayfleld. . The Philathea class of the First Pres byterian church met at the home of Miss Nellie Porter, on Nevada street Wed nesday evening for a business meeting and missionary study. ThT class this year has taken up the study of "In Redmans Land, by Frances E. Leupp. Mrs, G. R. Graham gave a short talk on the Indians in the state of Wash ing ton. Miss Mae Morris read an in teresting paper on the home life of the American Indian, and Miss Nellie Por tT ,red a PaPer n the education of the Indians. Refreshments were served. A meeting of the W. C. T. U. will be held Friday afternoon In the down town rooms of the Y. W. C. A. at 3 oclock. In the social time that will follow the business meeting Mrs Emma Chaffee will be In charge. Lodges and CJuhs. CaMVSS0' "?rs of the Roman's t-athpllc Order of -Foresters was held ?nJ?fP,t the oder at hail HZ i "e ".nignts or Pythias ?.fJi' JTed and wn'te carnations and B8 doraiS(1 the ha attractively: Key father Francis Roy was theln- B2&?fer- .Te "irs were Mrs. Benedicto Cunningham, chief ranger: Mr! SSfhUAQ?fTe1' VlCe ChIef ra" airs, barah A. Maloney. recording sec retary; Mrs Anna Meuttmann. financial 5Etvy'MrB- Slarle Spellman, trea? Briesh and Margaret Kelly. trustees Mrs. Hannah Crowley, senior conduc- o NE of the happiest little stage stones ccr conceived is "Bilhe's Boas," a four people comedy that will be the headline act at the Amigo Listo (Readv Friend) benefit vaudeville bhow at the Texas Grand theater tomorrow, Friday nfpnt, and vhich alone is promised to bo well worth the price of admission, uhich is 50 cents. Miss Audra 'Alden, "whose friemls and admirers in El Paso arc legion, will appear in conjunction with Messrs. Jack Bronson and Elizy La Rose and Mis3 Ethel June, all members of the Glass players, soon to appear at the Texas Grand theater. The Army. tor 1V TTotu-i-. if r " j wiDi mt: maxon, junior con ductor: Mrs. Anna rlo ." ?" tinel; Mr. Delia Kelly, Junior liku2& The secret of the success of Dlcksle and Avondale brands Is the quality first and price second Advertisement Mrs. Margaret Kelly, t'he retirlnFehief ranger, was presented with a boquet of red roses and a cut glass dish In token or the members' appreciation or her work. Mrs. Sarah J. Ryan made the brief speech of presentation. Mrs. Kelly rea.d a paper on the history of the or der. Mrs. Sarah A. Maloney read a paper on Fraternity." Musical selections ?7r ?lven,. bY Mr.s' Nettle Williams, following the instalatlon ceremony and program, the guests were seated at a long table and' a two course luncheon was served. Red and white carnations - - - "- ami we piace carosi uV i.i ; u ' i,u"" aesign. on the committee in. charge of the social hour were Mesdames Margaret Kelly, Sarah J. Ryan. Anna, Meuttmann and Sarah A. Maloney. The meeting was very well attended. out Athey cloth-lined weather strip keeps I it the cold. Riithbun-Mix Co. Adv. Unquestionable standard of quality Avondale brand of corn and tomatoes. Advertisement When yon want something fancy In ooixiia.hua, iituBie Drana will please you. It is put up In both the large and small cans. Advertisement . The Only Real Tes 'i 4 'i A '1 V ,1: of a piece of Furniture is the satisfaction it gives its pos sessor. We are continually running across pieces which we sold twenty years ago which the owners tell us are -"just as good as the day I bought it." ( This' is not only pleasing to us, but demonstrates the wisdom of our policy of offering you only sucrrgoods4". as we KNOW are going to be a permanent source of satisfaction to you. Hoyt Furniture Co. 109-111-113 San Francisco Street Lieut Mason W. Gray, Jr., of the ninth cavalry, has been granted dne month's leave of absence. r Capt Harry N. Cootes, of the - 13th caalry, Nogales, Ariz, Is awaytjn, pne month's Ieaver-of absence. .. u. Capt Frederick Knabenshuc of-'the 12th infantry, Nogales, Ariz., is 'on a two months' leave of absence. Lieut Robert C. Cotton, of the 20th infantry, has left Fort Bliss on a one month and 10 days' leave of absence. Lieut Rene E. De R. Hoyle, of the sixth field artillery, stationed at La redo, has been ordered to Naco, Ariz. Maj Ellwood W. Evans, of the 10th cavalry, has had his leave of absence, of one month and 15 days extended for one month Capt. William L. Lowe, of the quar termaster corps. Fort Bliss, has been ordered to the hospital at Fort Sam Houston for treatment Lieut Tolbert F. Hardin, of the 20th infantry, has been ordered to Newman, N. M. to secure data for the Droeres- slve military map of the United States. Lieut Robert Blaine, of tho 10th cav alry. Fort Huachuca, Ariz., has been ordered to proceed to the general hos pital at Hot Springs, Ark., for treat ment j Lieut Walter' H. Smith, of the ninth cavalry, now en route to the United States from the Philippines, has been granted leave of absence for one month and 12 days, effective upon his arrival at San Francisco. Lieut R. L. Collins, of the 15th cav alry, has been assigned topographical inspector or the progressive military map work, which Is now being under taken in the Big Bend country. His headquarters are at Alpine. Mrs Chas. L. McKaln and son, Morris, and baby daughter have arrived from Fort Douglass, Utah, to Join CaDt Mc Kaln, 20th infantry. They have taken a residence on Luna street Alta Vista. Capt McKaln Is In camp with his com pany at Fort Bliss. Mrs. McKain re sided here last summer, at 2909 Bliss street, but returned to Fort Douglass wnen tne zoth went to guard the Mex ican prisoners at Fort ,wingate. Dinners, Luncheons, Teas. Mrs. E. w. Parker gave an afternoon tea Wednesday afternoon at her home on Stewart street, in honor of Mrs. C. M. Shelden, of Kansas City. Pink and white carnations, combined with Cali fornia red pepper berries and ferns, decorated the rooms. A two j course luncheon was served by the hostess, as sisted by her daughter, Mrs. James H. Parker, Mrs. Battelle White and 'Miss Corinne Clark. Among the guests were: Mesdames C. M. Shelden, W. D. Howe, C. L. Worden, James A. Dick, John L. Dyer, George Cromble, A. M. Walthall, E. K. Talbot, J. W. Whittle, James H. Parker, F. E. Hunter, Herbert Hunter, F. Norton, W. L. Gaines. E. A. Sheltdn, O: H. Baum, E. M. Parker. C. L. Over street, S. M. Mowers, A. Ziegler, C D. Leon, Rue Jackson, J. O. Crockett IS. M. Bray. T. H. Spald.mg, A. W. Foster, J- L. Edwards. H. M. Patterson, L. E. Booker, J. E. Townsend. Battelle White, w. C Kluttz, J. J. Kaster, John P. Lasferty, J. ,T. Pruett, M. Bateman. Will K. Marr, Joseph Spence; Misses Corinne Clark, Kate Fink and Blanche Booker. Parlies. I The boys of the intermediate depart ment of the Highland Park Baptist Sun day school will entertain the girls at the home of Isaac Goebel on Federal street, on Friday at 7:30, p. m. The monthly social meeting of the congregation of the First Congrega tional church will be held tonight at the home of Mrs. Charles B. Stevens, on West Boulevard. There will be a musi cal program. Mr. and Mr3 T M. White entertained Wednesday night with an informal party complimentary to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Delano, of Russell, la. The evening was spent pleasantly listening to musical selections on the phono graph. Light refreshments were served bv the hostess. Those present were Mr and Mrs. Frank Delano, Mr. apd Mrs. IL M. Hatcher. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hadley, Miss Wllla Hateher and Clauds Barnes. Mr and Mrs. Delano will leave tonight for California. ' About El Pasoans. Mrs. D. W. Refckhart is seriously ill at her home on San Francisco street. i Mr and Mrs. C. Foutz have moved 1 into their new home at 913 Lee street i Mr and Mrs. E. A. Uenning have sold their home at 913 Lee street and are temporarily located at 702 Myrtle avenue. Little Geneveive Erleen Cain, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs J T. Cain, who has been quite ill at St Mark's hospital. Is a little better. i ' Take advantage of the opportunity to get the finest oats on the market Avondale brand. Advertisement Out Of Town Visitors. Mrs. Sam Watklns, of Demlng, N. Jr., is the guest of Mrs. S W. Fant for a short time. Frank Moulton, of Kansas City, has come to EI Paso and Will make his home with his sister, Mrs. W. J. Cox. Mrs. E. P. Pickels, of Jollet Indiana, is in Et Paso spending the winter -with her son and daughter. Dr. and Mrs. W, H. Pickles. J. E. Harris, of Alamogordo, who has Decn the guest of his aunt and unele, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Daniels, for a few days, has returned to Alamogordo. Lytton R. Taylor, of Las Cruces. is, spending the week In El Paso. Mrs. Taylor is in St Mark's hospital, where she recently underwent a surgical operation. She is rapidly recovering. Robert L. Starks, a seaman on the battleship "Chattanooga," is home on 3 30 days' furlough, visiting his mother, Mrs. Fred J. Friclde, and hla brother, W.'H. Starks. He has been-in the rJaVy four years and has reenltstefi for an other term of service. T El Pasoans Returning. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Cox. who have been in Madera, Mexicof for a short time, are expected to .return the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. C. Murry have returned from Clint Tex., where they spent a short time visiting their' aunt and un cle, Mr. and Mrs. C E. Kellogg. M. B. Parker arrived Wednesday from Sonora, Mexico, t4 spend a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Parker. Mr. Parker, who has been at the El Tigre mine In Sonora, has Deen cut on rrom communication with the rest of the world for a month. On the day he left the mine he was ar rested and held for somfe time by the Yaqul Indians. El Pasoans Away. H. O. Dow, Dave Andrews.and George Harper will leave Friday for Fabens for a week-end hunting trip. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. wmgo leave to night for the Mescalero Indian reserva tion, in New Mexico, to visit Mrs. Paul H. Jette. They will also enjoy a week end hunting trip on the Ruldoso, going after bear and wild turkeys. COTTON TRADE IS NEARLY NORMAL, FIGURES SHOW Washington, D. C, Jai. 14. Cotton Used during December was -150,831 bales4 exclusive of linters, compared with 456,262 in December, 1913, tho census bureau announced today. For the five months ending December 31, there was used 2,122.212 bales, against 2,299,326 in 1913. It is shown that cot ton trade is now nearly normal. Cotton on hand December 31 in man ufacturing establishments was 1.342, 300 bales, compared with 1.728,595 a year ago and in Independent ware houses 6,187,877, compared with 3,312, 793 a. year ago. Exports were 1,202,115 bales against 1,230,830 a year ago. The children are very fond of the Avondale brand oats, because of the rich, nutty flavor. Advertisement Drink our buttermilk. Ask your doc tor, why. El Paso Dairy Co. Adv. rirz YOUR COLO Hurry Home to Supper Ti WHERE will be hot, brown biscuits for all the family light and flaky and fit for a king's table. Yes, and there'll be plenty of the best syrup that ever hap pened to pour over them. That syrupis chock-full of fine flavor, of fine quality, of real nutrition. Thaf s Velva the pure, sweet product of Nature, with a first class name everywhere for uniform goodness. Anyone who uses it al ways wants more. Eat Velva on batter' cakes, cover the muffins with it, use it generously with waffles. Give it to the children for 'tween meals. It's great on all breads. Velva is good for little bodies. It is more . than a sweet if s a real food. Use Velva at every meal. It will satisfy the appetite and the palate, and it will help keep the cost of the table down. Get it at your grocer's. Ten cents up. Save the coupons on the labels an4 send for. premium catalog to PENICK & FORD, Ltd. New Orleans, La. z"C "RING" AND "ANTI RING" ARE HOLDING PRECINCT MEETINGS Precinct meetings are being held by the "ring" and "antl ring" organisa tions to organize the voters and work for the payment of poll taxes. Wednesday night precinct No. 10 of the Young Men's Democratic club met In Highland Park at. the fire station. Reports of committees, were received and the poll tax campaign was dis cussed. The County and City Democratic club held precinct meetings at Nos' 7, 8, 13 15 and 17. John M. Wyatt. G A. Klnne and William McSaln made talks at No. 7, which was also attended by a number of voters from precinct No. 8. This evening precinct3 11 and 12 will meet at the headquarters of the club in the Coles building. LITTLE MEXICAN HATS FOR CATTLEMEN RECEIVED A supply of little .Mexican hats, to be worn by the "corral bosses" of the Pan handle and Southwestern Stockmen's association convention, have been re ceived at the chamber of commerce. Many El Paso firms are having their letters stamped with the official con vention ensigns, showing a cowboy in II FEW HOURS FEEL FINE Por'L. HrJA rWnrl" opens clogged nose, and head and ends grippe. Relief comes instantly A dose taken every two hours until three doses are taken will end grippe misery and break up a severe cold either In the head, chest, body or limbs. It promptly opens clogged-up nos trils and air passages in the head, stops nasty discharge or nose run ning, relieves sick headache, dullness, feverishness, sore throat, sneezing, soreness and stiffness. Don't stay stuffed-up! Quit blowing and snuffling! Ease your throbbing head! Nothing else in the world gives such prompt relief as "Pape's Cold Compound," which costs only 25 cents at any drug store It acfts without assistance, tastes nice, cause no in convenience Be sure jou get the genuine Ad ertlsement of many letters from cattlemen throughout the southwest asking ror data on the convention Invitations have been mailed by the chamber of commerce to all of the association members and the Interest being shown Indicates that the convention will be very well attended. CONVERSIONS EVERY NIGHT IN EAST EL PASO REVIVAL Crowds assemble each night to hear Rev. Charles Mundell, "the boy evange list" in the East Bl Paso Presbyterian church. There are conversions every night The subject of the sermon to night will be: "Hit the Right Pigeon Hole," and certain seats will be re served for railroad and shop -men and their families. Friday night Mr. Mundell will speak on "Mother. Home and Heaven " All who attend are expected to wear a wlhte flower or ribbon in honor of their mother. Saturday night the ser mon will be on "Prepare to Meet Thy God." THE HAIR THAT ARTISTS ADMIRE Ask an artist what he considers the chief charm of beautiful hair and he will answer that he looks for even color, brilliance and a looseness that eliminates any hard, definite lines. Naturally beautiful and healthy hair a;re obtained by retaining a perfectly clean head. In washing the hair it Is not advIsaWo to use a makeshift, but always use a preparation made for shampooing only. Tou can enjoy the best that Is known for about three cents a shampoo by getting a package of canthrox' from your druggist; dis solve a teaspoonful In a cop of hot water and your shampoo is ready. After its use the hair dries rapidly with uniform color. Dandruff, excess full chase after a steer. . . I oil and dirt are dissolved anH hii. T aaI sl & a wftn.ni- ha vaiMlnr sbabaB "u " "I"' "" 'V- . Hl.onno, -V ..-, ... .. -.-- . uit win ub so iiuxiy that it will look much heavier than it is. Its lustre and softness will also delight you, while the stimulated scalp gains the health which insures hair growth. Advertisement Cras-y water is nature's remedy for rheumatism. Excess of uric acid in the system is the cause of rheumatism. Crazy water Is amply charged with alkali and other Ingredients that neu tralize and eliminate from the system any excess of uric acid and aids n re moving the cause of this excess acid. Advertisement WHOOPINa COTOH SPASMODIC CROUf ASTHHA COUGHS BRONCHITIS CATARRH C01S5 A simple, safe and effective treafanest avoiding drug.Vsporiztd Crtsolene stops the paroxysms of Whooping Cough and relieves Spasmodic Croup at once. It is a boon to sufferers ftm Asthma.The air carrying theantiseptlc vapor.In- naiea vtitn ever cream. makes breathing easy; sooues toe sote throat aid stops the coagb. assuring restful nights. It Is InvalvsM. to nutilifl wimyouno, .hilar.. 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