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Thursday, Xov. 11, 1913.
11 SPECIAL CAR TO CARRY GIANT FLOWER Tne Complaiiriifg Vife W-k I 8 L O a t v e KL PASO HERAIJr X v. iV r Bcvrmcc Fairfax. MAN friend of mine says that , John meets a. charmingly attractive "A love is a form of Jealousy, and he adds that affection and :oe are the same thing. Now I like a great niany people, but do not love them, and feel that jealousy would fellow love rather than love Jealousy. Worn you explain the matter to mer writes Edith. V 'What is love? Is a question that has c. n aked almost ever since the world ft n The answers to It are about as i mi rous as are the individuals that populate the earth. Even the Ideals of love differ according to climates. rice and creed. A very clever man r .' i tl said to me. "Love is a matter of geographj." Love is a matter of all sorts of externals, which It would be hard to define. But in an Ideal state Jo e ought to be and mean and stand for certain very definite things First of all. love ought to be un r. 1 fish and seldom is' Real love oji.'ht to consider the happiness of its Jieloved. as well as Itself. It ought to be faithful and tender and true, and b. ciuse it is these things In Itself it ouL-ht to believe in them in its beloved. Jealous is not part of love It Is lo - s oruelest enemy, and it telays real love. If you cannot trust, you do not lovt and make up your mind to that. tr Emotion vs. Lore. 1. motion and lOTe are often mistaken for each other. .Emotion may be a wild, tuil-ulent thing of feeling and de-si-. It craves possession and resents th. thought that its object can find happiness awav from it. It is jealous. exacting feverishly unhappy in Itself. o'-.i all too likely to produce a similar effit in the person It honbrs with its dircrerous deotion. Love ought to be honest congenial fr ndship, plus healthy normal human e-" 'tion It has been defined as "friendship plus flowers and veil." ot to Be DrnlBed. rmotion is not a thing to be despised or luddtn It is a beautiful, human exi ess'cn that too many of us pervert d constant usage. Send fha Coupon for "Brownatone" the Only Quiclr, Safe, Satisfactory and Positive Method for Browning and Beautifying the Hair. a he Most Popular Hair Tin tine Ireparntlon In the World. CVnsiutrmg the length of time It 1) is been on the market "Brownatone" is u-idoubetedly the largest selling and tTie most universally used bair stain in tl e world. Brownatone" will instantly cause pr a hvirs to disappear, will give any d.M.cd shade from light to the deep e r brown or black. It comes already pi pa'-ed (no mixing), and any one can applv it casil1 and with the sur lc'vile-ipe of happy results. Just c nb or brush it into the hair. It will n -t rub or wash off nor fade, and can xi' t be detected. Sme "Brownatone" is to be had. it Is now a very eas matter to have beautiful and becoming half. It is ab c U.tel safe and harirless, as it con-t-1 ins non of the dangerous chemicals ci 'itr.int-d in hair dyes" and hair "re- r rers l FREE Trial Bottles are not to be had at dealers, but are sent direct o- ly on request from the laboratories of the Kenton Pharmaca! 1ft, SSI Pike street. Co ington. Ky. Send the Coupon to-day (enclose 1 cents for postage j. a packing), and try this wonderful preparation. Brow -atone" Is sold in regular sires. S5c and J1.W. by all leading drug- t? e"- where. . . . . In El Pa'o "Brownatone" is sold and recommended by Warner Drug Co, si d other leading dealers. FEEE TRIAL The Kenton Pharmacal Cow 554 Pike STeet. Covington. JZy.: Enclosed please find 1 cents (coin or stamps). Please send me trial bottle of "Brownatone." Shades. Light brown, golden brown, dark brown or black. State which! Name .- Address . ...i'. Town , State '- Advertisement. Are you entirely satisfied with yourself and each days work and can you retire at the close of the day with the satisfying knowledge of efforts well spent? Do you save something each day and thus provide for your future? If you have not already begun to save, begin now. Come out on the positive side today and make a start. We pay 4fc compound interest on savings deposits. $1.00 opens an account. American Trust and Savings Bank ErERTDODPS B I NIC young girl: she appeals to his senses and he imagines he loves her. He goes excitedly whirling through an amorous adventure he calls a loe affair. He de mands loyalty and devotion, and since he cannot command them through faith and trust and well-balanced congenial attraction, he is miserably jealous and suffers, and causes all sorts of doubts. Neither John nor his cliarmer knows anvthing about love. They are having a facile, feverish affair in which youth is calling to vouth and emotion Is ex pressing itself without 6. background of understanding and respect and congen iality to make it worth while. True love longs to give happiness. It believes in the kindly intentions of its beloved: it has faith when all the evidence points to unfalth. It has sym pathy for pain; tenderness for weak ness; hope for strength and above all the splendid desire to be fine and worthy, to make life more worth while because it has come Into it. Love knows how much more blessed it is to give than to receive. Love is gracious and long-suffering. Love takes on the Interests of Its beloved. It casts out jealousy and doubt and bit terness and all harsh Judgment. It does all these things it it is ideal love the sort we all long for and do pa thetically little to deserve. There is one thing we all owe to love that is a high ideal of it, an ideal that will keep us from accepting cheap imitations and ideal that will make us long to be worthy of the promised land we can vision and may enter if we choose. MAYOR LEA PRESENTS LIEUT. MICHAELIS WITH SHRINE EMBLEM Lieut. O. E. MIchaelis, of the 16th in fantry Is wearing a new Shrine badge which is mrde of diamonds set In plat inum. The badge was the gift or mayor Tom Lea. who is a close friend of the lieutenant's and who presented him with th Shrine emblem as an appre ciation of all Lieut Jlichaells had done for El Paso. FREE Trial Bottle, Inatant Hair 'tain Itetter Than Slow "Kentorers. Some folks would have you beHeve that they have discovered some mar velous combination that will "restore" the color to gray, streaked or faded hair, without staining it. No such reparation has ever been discovered, any preparations are advertised In this deceiving waj but they all de pend upon sulphur, lead, silver or other dangerous minerals for gradu allv dyeing the hair. There Is only one preparation so far as we know that is entirely iree from all of these highly dangerous and poisonous chemicals. That prep aration is "Brownatone." It is so easy and safe to apply that the wonder is that anyone ever uses anything else. If the gray shows on your temples or is streaking your hair if the ends of your hair are lighter than the bal ance, or if for any reason you wish to stain all or part of your hair try urownaione. COUPON Is .x. ,i' '. -J&&? &feajMii&Wflff EWlSOHS CMR.YSA'3'rMU This picture, taken just before it was crated in glass and put aboard a special car with machinery to keep it re volving in order that it n ould not sap. shows the largest chry santhemum in this country and the second largest in the world, to a flower show in Cleveland. Ohio. The chrysanthemum, second in size to the giant plant owned by the mikado of Japan, is from the estate of Adolph Lewisohn of Ardsley, X. Y. The plant is 17 feet in diameter and it cost J1706 to shop it to Cleveland and back. Vorld War Raises Cost of Dyeing; Aniline and CarLolrc Acid Higk Potash More 'Expensive Purlmntter Remains the Same Again Peruvian Bark and Dogwood Come Higher Because of the Big Scrap; Heart Stimulants for Lovers Do Not Change; Asperin Is So High Headaches Are As Expensive As Twins. nv j. ii. IT costs more to dye now than it did before the European war began. It also costs more to die. All products from coal tar. from which aniline dyes are produced, have advanced from ! to 300 percent. Carbolic acid, a-prod-uct of coal tar. and cyanide of potas- sium, a product of potash, have gone up soaringly. Both are popular suicide "routes." Apples, timothy hay seed and aniline dves make good "strawberry Jam" ? drjggists say. Therefore, strawberry Ja has gone up. It is a bitter pill to sw allow quinine has also gone up be cause nobody in America seems to want to handle Peruvian bark. Aaperin has advanced until headaches cannot he af forded oftener than twins. Rice Powder Popular. Ttxce powder, by operation of the law cf supply and demand for dusting noses, necks and elbows to prevent them from looking like goats' knees the eliiows not the necks has ascended the ladder of high living cost. Cosroet .cs. with the exception of the Imported brands. hae rfot been materially af fected, 'and milady may perfume and oil ard massage her countenance with out stress upon the family purse. This Is due to the fact that the American manufacturer rivals the European on the production of toilet articles. Potanh and Perlmntter. Potash is higher Perlmutter remains the same. This head of the salt family is being used in the making of ammu nition for European slaughter. It is also used in the drug world for kidney trouble and fertilizing the soil. A. second popular drug, pleasant in feeling and not hostile in scent is glycerine. It has advanced because it Is "used more in blowing up battleships and trenches than soothing counte nances and home made wounds. Not only has this advance been noticed all over America, but the same experience was had when Col. Goethals blew his was through the isthmus of Panama. Heart Stimulants. The doctor's case, which is the last word In mysteries for 'the uninitiated. has not been largely affected by the war. The heart stimulants, for lovers Bedtime Story For "Uncle Wiggily and By HOWARD W(,y -rNCLE WIGGIX.Y. - would you I J mind going to the store for me?" asked Nurse Jane Fuzzy Wizzy, the muskrat lady housekeeper of the nice old rabbit gentleman, one day as, Mr. Longears came sliding down stairs to breakfast. "Mind going to store for you? Why certainly not. Miss Fuzzy Wuzzy." answered Uncle Wigglly politely. "What do you want me to get" "Some clothespins." replied the musk rat lady. "I haven't enough to use in pinning my clothes on the line, and soon we will have strong, wintry winds that will blow the clothes away If they are not made fast." "Clothespins you shall have, as many as you like," said Uncle Wigglly. So after breakfast the old rabbit gen tleman left his hollow stump bungalow In the Woodland forest, and away he went to the store to get the clothes pins for his muskrat lady housekeeper. Uncle Wigglly had not gone very far before he heard a rustling in the bushes behind him. "Ha! Something is coming after me!" thought the rabbit gentleman. "I wonder if it is tbe skillery sealery nllifratnr or Mr. THtrtail lhA fovT And It was the fox. as Uncle Wlggily I saw a moment later. But he was not in the least frightened, for. as you know the allfgator and the fox were now good friends with the rabbit gen tleman, and neither of them would have so much as pulled Uncle Wlgglly's whiskers. "Ah. how do you do. Mr. Bigtail"" asked Uncle Wiggily. "I trust you are well?" "Very well." replied the tox. "And now are you. "Fine!" cried the rabbit eentleman, most happily, and he thought how nice it now was not to have to run away from the good fox. who used to be bad "Where are you going?" asked the fox of the rabbit. "To the store, to get some clothes. pins for Nurse Jane," answered Mr. Longears. "I'll go with you and help carry them," spoke the fox, and so he did. taking half the clothes pins in his paws "Jor, since you were so Kind as to j help me' went on the rabbit gentle-( Iran to the fox. "on"t inu romt home , and have lum ti with mr " Nurse Jane will be glad to see jou " j REGAV. and others, are used in such magnified form that comparatively small quanti ties of strychnine, digitalis, nitro glycerine and morphine are used. - Opium, and its byproduct of mor phine, are somewhat scarce on the American market for two reasons: one that America has shipped out during the past year large quantities of her reserve stock of morphine: and sec ondly, because the enforcement of the Harrison narcotic act has made the sale of the drug impossible save in border towns. Carbolic leld 5 Cent n Pound. Carbolic acid Is manufactured in Ger many at five cents a pound. It was sold wholesale In America at ,75 cents a pound before the war. Now it sells at S3 SO. A singular thing about the rise is that tttA jfraercrict ha luit .Foluil ltic prices on the acid and is standing the reduction in his profits, hoping for re lief with the production of an American made carbolic acid. It is really the bi products pi coal tar that have been the more keenly affected. This Is because Germany had organized her coal tar products Industry upon a better scale than any other of her Industries, drug gists say. She led the world and jeal ously guarded this field by threatening to undersell any American productlf produced One of the reasons that Germany could lead the world in this field was that the European coal contains a greater percentage of phenol than the American deposit and this fact, plus the cheapness of labor, made it possible for! tne Teutons to leaa tne wona. Clothing Djen Go Pp. The effect upon clothing because of the reduction in importations of aniline dyes is debatable. A representative of John B. Stetson. Philadelphia, one of the great hat firms, stated that his firm had not more than a year's supply of black dye on hand. A representa tive of a large hosiery house stated frankly that the use of white hosiery upon so large scale was due to the fact that a shortage in dye stuff exist. On the other hand a local merchant In sists that the use of white hosiery was because of the abbreviated skirt and that women, working by paradoxes, wear light hosiery In winter to contrast with tne Little O nes the Barking Dog." B. GARIS. "Of course I'll come, and thank you very much." the fox answered, making such a low and polite bow that his fluffy tail swept on the ground, just like a dusting brush after you've spilled the popcorn. Uncle Wiggily and Mr. Bigtail. the .. . .... ...... iox. were on ineir way to me raooic s hollow stump bungalow, when, all at once, through the woods sounded the barking of a dog. "Ha!" cried the fox. "I ought to know what that is. It's a hunter man out with his dog and gun. and I guess he is looking for us. Uncle Wlggtly." Is he. indeedT asked tne rabbit gen- tleman. "Well, he needn't trouble him- ! self. I want to see no dogs, or hunters elther." But the old rabbit gentleman could not help himself, and soon he saw. run ning toward him and the fox. a big, shaggy, barking dog. "Here he comes!" cried the fox. "Run. Uncle Wigglly! Run!" Uncle Wiggily ran as best as he could, but it was not very fast, as he had to lean on his red. white and blue striped La Mejor a Cualquier Precio No hay otra levadura en polvo que produce mejores galletas, tortas y pastelena. No hay otra tampoco, tan puro y saludable. 7l Levadura En PolvoT M. eg J dark clothing; and dark hosiery in sum mer to contrast with white garments. Peruvian Bark, and Dogwood. Peruvian bark has its world market In Amsterdam. Holland. The decline In shipping between the Dutch port and rn, 1a said to exnlain the sharp ad vance In the one reputable cure for,. enills ana lever, ague, swamp liver aim marsh heart. No, explanation has been. forthcoming as to wny Americans u not import the bark. It has been sug gested that we have no facilities for transforming the bark Into the drug. Peruvian bark and dogwood tea have both advanced In price. Rubber, which has become a drug store accessory, has not advanced, as America is a world market for rubber and trade is had direct with South American ports. America Lead. Neither have the articles which make up surgery dressing advanced, as Amer ica leads the world in the manufacture of bandages, plasters and medicated cotton. Any advance which might come In this direction would Be due to the enormous consumption In the hospitals of France. Kngland. Belgium.. Russia and Italy, where large shipments have been made. The rapid rl which has taken place in the price of many of the most com mon drugs in nearly every city In the country In the last few months has brought a storm of protest and criti cism upon the druggist from many peo ple who do not understand the situa tion. Customers bring a prescription to be filled and are surprised and angry when the price charged is about double what they have formerly paid. HrngciHtJi Ip Ajralniit It. In many places the druggists have called meetings to discuss the situation and have decided on a nw schedule of prices. While the druggists of El Paso held just such a meeting Friday after noon, no action was taken as to & new schedule of prices. An effort will be made to supply drugs at as near the regular prices as possible, with the ex ception of the biproducts of coal tar. which make an advance in prices neces sary. T. 3- Tm rVimlnsr- Of the world's production of coal tar dyes, valued at J:,16.0, Germany produced 368.3DU.aos worm, or practi cally three-fourths of the world's sup ply. Of the world's export trade. Ger manv has even a larger share, taking over SS percent. The shutting off of the German trade by the English em bargo and the great demand for the dyestuffs has brought many American concerns into the field. There are now nine new plants making aniline and Intermediates. Their total output la 18,0a pounds daily. Our total produc tion of coal tar dyestuffs materials at this time is probably over three times the production prior to the European war. rheumatism crutch that Nurse Jane hatf gnawed for hjm out of cornstalk. t "Run faster! Faster!" cried the fox. "Else the dog will get you. Uncle Wig glly r "I can't run any faster." sadly said tho poor rabbit gentleman. "My legs are too tired." "I'll help you," said the fox. Then he took Uncle Wlgslly s paw In his own, and sort of pulled him along. "Oh, I can't run any more! 1 can't go a step more." said the poor rabbit gen tleman, as the bad barking dog came i nearer and nearer. "Leave me. Mr. Big. .tall ,nJ ,.a wniml t tail, and save yourself. "No. I will not!" cried the fox. look ing around. For a moment the dog was not in sight, being down behind a little hllL Then the fox saw a hollow log on the ground. "Here, you crawl in the hollow log and hide." sam the fox to uncle Wlg gily. "Ill run on. and the dog will think you are with me, and he'll keep on chasing. I can run much fdater than that dog, if I don't have to wait for you, and 111 soon lead him far away. And when he Is gone you can come out of the log and go to your bun galow." "Oh. that will be so good of you!" said the bunny uncle. So In to the hollow log he crawled, and the fox. with a bark, ran on. The dog coming upover me top oi tne mil, saw the mm By ELLA THE woman who forever complains of her married lot. yet who goes j on bearing It. Is not entitled to j much sympathy or respect. To live j with a man aa nis ww ji . the fact constantly, and to pour Into the nearest ear a perpetual tale of dis appointment and dissatisfaction. Is both weak and Immoral. So long as a woman wears a mans JJ,,iJ lives under the same roof wtS Mm her dignity and selt-reapect Should enforce her silence In regard to hi failfngs. It I" difficult to snder at"nd the Type of woman who loves to nos" as martyr to the extent of htimll fatlns th2 man she has married by her crlt"1sms of his shortcomings to oth- '" Thinks Only of Herself. ?nrh a woman thinks only of herself, although IhfVs certain to believe her life one of self-sacrifice and duty. It u a curious fact that many women wish to be thought unhappy and mis Tr.wlr.tnZS. "What would you do If you? llfehad not something In it that vou wanted'" asked a restless and beautHu? woman one day of a friend I would hunt about and see .If I had not made a mistake." the friend replied "And I would employ every snarehour In cultivating the very best S5.ibilitles in myself, until I became go'oupled that Hte would grow m- fox. but not the rabbit. ,-,.. W' The fox roust be carrying tncle Wlggily in his paws." thought the dog. "Never mind, I shall soon catch them Bu't he did not. The fox ran on so fast that the dog could not catch hlro. and Uncle Wigglly was left safely be hind In the hollow log. Then the fox dropped some of the ronnd. slippery clothes pins in the dog's way. and the bad barking creature slipped oh them, fell and bumped his nose. And It hurt him so he stopped chasing the fox. Then Mr. Blgtall was safe, and he picked up the clothespins, taking them to the hollow stump bungalow, where, by this time. Uncle Wlggily had gone himself, crawling out of the hollow log. He thanked the fox for saving him. which was the polite thing to do. And so it all came out all right, you see. And If the window curtain doesn't hide behind the shutter, where the rice pud ding wants to go to sleep. I'll tell you next about t'ncle Wlggily in the big snow. Copyright. 191S, by McClure Newspaper .Syndicate. EfDIANO SOCIETY TO BE FORMED FRIDAY EVE-MXG Hoosiers will form an Indiana so ciety Friday evening at the offices of Dr. I G. WItherspoon In the Roberts Banner building. At this meeting the permanent organization of the Indiana society will be arranged and officers elected. There are more than IN former In diana residents in El Paso and all of these have been invited to attend the first meeting. Hoosiers who are mar ried are invited to bring their wives or husbands with them and residence In Indiana makes the former Hoosler eligible to membership as It fs not necessary to be "native sons." "Thrifty Alexander" A lexander gets satisfaction from his Ban Booi. No. 10 of a Series The com he's taved phs mitral. Macs Km-fccl like a Tseahhy man. Who'll mae good vhen comes the test? The bos "ho has a saving plan. Alexander is now experiencing the joy that cases to every money savei" the joy of achievement. This matter of saving mosey is sot all drudgery, net all sacrifice. Its happy moments are many. While shead ing money has its fleeting gratifications SAVING it has rewards that STAY with one. And so, if we keep right on, jojt as yon see Alexander doing, you wiH knew many times the joys that free spending will buy. First National Bank EL PASO, TEXAS ONE FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP Arizona State Fair, Phoenix Dates of sale Nov. 1 3th to 20th, inclusive, re , turn limit Nov. 22. YOU WILL SEE the J50-ra3e AUTOiMO. BILE RACE for purse of $5,000.00. THREE TRAINS DAILY, leaving El Paso 6:45 a. m., 6:00 p. m. and 10:15 p. m. Arrive PHOENIX 8:30 p. m. and 11:15 a. hi OIL BURNING LOCOMOTIVES. NO COAL DUST. NO CINDERS. YOU CAN MAKE QUICKER TIME from El Paso to Phoenix by using tfce Southern Pacific The Exposition Line CITY TICKET OFFICE 206 North Oregon. WHEELER WILCOX. tereatlng In spite of fate. The woman who posed as a starved soul had onlv herself to blame for her condition. She had ability In a. half dozen directions which she had not used. She had beauu, which she was allowing to go to de-a prematurely by self-indulgence, and was despondent through lack of proper exercise and lack of purpose She was the wife of a man who loved her and was kind to her, the man she had deliberated chosen for a, life companion Yet ear after year she had allowed herself to think and talk of being misunderstood and mis mated and dissatisfied, until she really believed herself to be all three. red n Good Rap. Snch a woman needs a good rap from the knuckles of fate She needs to learn what real unhapplness is, and to be thrown upon the world for self support and forced to develop her abili ties. The woman who devotes four or five or six hours a day to some em ployment has little time to muse "on her own misfortunes. Lt each wife who imagines herself misunderstood and mlsmated turn her attention to self-improvement. Let her develop some talent, take up some In dustry, enter a class for physical cul ture and center her faculties on mak ing herself a woman beautiful in mind and body. If the husband is really unworthy and he prove absolutely unappreclatlve she will at least be making a better future for herself than by sitting down brooding over her unhapplness and growing old before her time. Nothing ages a woman like discon tented and morbid thoughts. The wom an who keeps the wrinkles from her face and the fogs from her heart and the shadows from her mind need not fear being long neglected by fate. Copyright. 1915. Star company. Combing Won't Hid Hair Of Dandruff The only sure way to get rid of dand ruff Is to dissolve It. then you destroy It entirely. To do this, get about four ounces of ordinary liquid arvon. applv it at night when retiring; use enough. to moisten the scalp and rub It In gently with the finger tips. Do this tonight, and by morning, most if not all. of your dandruff will be gone, and three or four more ap plications will completely dissolve and entirely destroy every single sign and trace of It. no matter how much, dand ruff you may have. Ton will find, too, that all Itching and dicging of the scalp will stop at once, and your hair will be fluffy, lus trous, glossy, silky, and soft, and look and feel a hundred times better. You can get liquid arvon at any drug store. It is inexpensive and never falls to do the work. Adv. Z0