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By Wlieelan - Beauty Chats - By ED-VA kkxt porbbs Minute Movies (Copvr.tht. i;:i. ly c?crre Matthew Aduna Trade 3Iufc IUtrd U. 9. Ptat Office.) Letters. V D- V n T. lou should velffh not mors than 1T5 pounds, and pre- ably i:0. f 4 ' ' l 4PIKSt fv Mm nr A. H. Use oil on the scalp as much as possible, as this is the best cure lor dandruff. Von 'will find that a massage -wiUa hot crude oil once erery h ree weeks before your hair Is buainpooed will do wonders for you. Kdaa. Tour weight Is correct, hut Utfm your description of youzsolf I I -hould say that you are eatina; too much heavy food. You have been urfennc from what the doctors w on Id call a toxic condition, prob ably for a loas; rime, and you can-1 ' ut expect a complete cure in 02a or ven two xnoatba. Avoid pork, pie ; ami cake and hot breads for a while, . nil try taking yeast, for your skin.; A Constant Reader Cold creams ' ontaiuns; almond oil. olive oil or anolln are flesh -building:. If you ish my formula for one. I will very gladly send it to you on receipt of a stamped envelope. W. t". See answer above to Edna ia Constant Ssader. PPST JJarlixip with hair rich pnade cf auburn that yours is, you an wear black, U soft shades of blue and green, brown, tan, coral. pins ana wnite. xne coior vuct ould test set off the unusual shade "f your hair wo-Jd be black, paxticu- THIN PEOPLE NEED BITRO- PHOSPHATE Increases Weigfet, Strength and Nerve Force in Two Week Time la Many Instances wd-rmj from the countless prepa- t-iion and treatment which are con- .nuaih- bein adrertised for the pur- nfo of making thin people fleahy. rlo, .np arro, neck and bust, and plae.r.g iizly hollows and angles by t r,f m j-eil lines of health and j.u , nf a-e evidently thousands r ni a- n p.r.p who keenly feel -. ! ".lik.is a'-e often "sstssf jEW wMV UK. iMiKMHIsmMMsmBsmBuWHWHuF3 3 D e1 t cu cza ct ca o q m 1 r-13 cj ct C3 era a ca cj ' era a czj o a p rj o tzj en czi a cs cj a C3 a a J I TRY AGlrlln I EnTEKPBISING FHVf 7ft CHANCE: g AAgy POSSESSOR Or &; -CV C IttOUI DO ) I WHRT DO Vt5U 5AV To J jT- v A MftN OF ouB POSITION) IWHY, THEY TELL MB TOJK- OLD DAD ) f I'M WEARING ONETIHHI !i J SlP'sSK USMaKlNffVOUVf-g.i) SHOULD U)EPS2..STV UA3 A WONDB5.FWL Dfa&ERJ ) Qp MIS SUITS J W i1 f JwL-fl& RWCESNAPPyirV Sfe CLOWES cf J& fc?) WHV NOT LET US mwoOUPAr- V M.fl inV 13 'I 1 q o o a en a car DDaoaooooDaa o en cj a u tzj ca a "S 'o cj o 13 a ci 0 o o 11 a cjgjcjcacapiiacacj tWWI j larly If you choose some rich ma terial like satin or velvet. Broway if yon wleh to remove the hair on the less, you can use a dOapatory- powder. This is only temporary in its effect, but perfectly harmless to use either on the legs or under tne arms. KatheriBe Ton should not -welch more than 119 pounds. If yon wish to reduce, you will find reduction chats in this column almost every week. I Maier The cold foot you suffer from are probably one to oaa cir culation and to ill health or perhaps to nervousness. One other reason might he that your shoes were too tigm or that they did not fit com fortably. If the condition Is very annoying, I would Busiest that you see your doctor "about it. H. M. C The yeast which you re fr tn is Dothiosr but the comDrssed yeast which comes in small cakes and which you will not have any diffi culty in bvying. Ton can take one or two cakes a day if yon wish to clear your skin of pimples and other eruptions, and to cleanse your sys tem of the condition which causes them. horoscopeI -IVEDXESDAY, JAXCART 14, 18S0. JUPITER and Venas rale benefi cently today, according to aatrol ogr, Uranus and Satnrn betas mildly adverse. Commerce and trade are sobject ta a rule making for great expansion. Bevelopment,tnat 'wiU aifect a conn tir south of the United States again is foreshadowed. Judges and lawyers of everr ranis now have, a direction of the stars The Old Family Album . timid about ft since meeting with an cost hirifa hand. Bt g. a. mauti.v i. r"APT. OTIS CALVEJ COLES, qnar-1 v lerausier corps, united states army reserve. In military life: plain Otis C Coles, realtor, in commercial lite, is shown at the age of IS year in the accompanying picture. Mr. Coles was born Vin a farm near Lebanon. Tenn. March 1. 1877. and, after breaking all records for plow lag; eating watermelons from neigh bors farms and catching 'possums on nightly hunting tours, he went into the preparatory school of Cumberland university at Lebanon and took a commercial course to fit himself to conquer the west. He had previous! attended the public schools betweeu farming periods. In 1895, very early In the vcar. he bought a ticket for El Pa. hithp his brothers. A. P. and Frank, had already preceded him. and landed here on January S of that vear, the' same date that Winchester Coo'ev honored the city with his presence as a future citizen. The two cele brated the SSth anniversary of their arrival here with a party last week. The first Job the youthful Coles se cured In El Paso was that of night clerk at the Plerson hotel for -Mrs E. K.Bell. Later he was promoted to the day clerkship and held the job until Mrs. Bell leased the. hotel. Then he went as bookkeeper into the real estate office of his brother. A. P. i iBMHMWMWim 1h5 mtfmflssBHmflvmmLftw'"1 smmsR mEF JB mfsmFSLisVB9mfBmfSmBsl IfiT CE OF KlflB 1BK t e i y ,r - u nc- a. Ou bodies -"l r.r- phnpL ii( tan is con ' iTiCd n mo Jem Jr'd Ih"sicians aln i:.er is notin- that will sup ply ihia deficienc.- as wei- as the or ganic j'ho-sphate i--.ui ani" c IruB Kist. a. bitro-phc h.-tc which is m pensie and is - 11.;. nust all flrupcist . under a -uirantte of satls raction or money t ik B . fecdln? i e iftrves direct) and b.- Miiiplinff t i0 body cells with the necessary p-.os-phoric food elements bitro-phos-rhate should produ'-e a welcome "-ansformation in the appearance; the .Tcreas in weignt irequently peing ' toniihine. . Increase n weight alco carries with : a general imnro'.ement in the I eaith XervouFnest. sleeplessness End lack of energy, which always ac v ompac excessive thinness, should coon disappear, dull eyes ought to right-en, and pale cheeks glow with ie bloom of pertect health. Miss '. enrsria Hamilton, who was once thin rnd frail, reportinir her own experi ence, writs' "Bitro-phosphate has ' roug-ht sftout a magic transforma t'on with me. I gained 15 pounds .nd never before felt so weft." CAUTION While Bitro -phosphate ir unsurpassed for the relief of nerv- isness. general debility, etc, those t krng it who do not desire to put oa eph sbonld use ertra care in avoid ing fat-producing foods. Adr. oeare and harmony t tivities, for they who harbor destrnc- ASTHMA WOULD'HT LET HIM LIE DOWH Hasn't had a sign of trouble nov for over 9 meatus. "A vcar ago I had asthma so bad r v friends thought I would nerror get - .er i. I had doctored for o long - me without results. I haa not been :n bed for 3 weeks, could not oven Fit up straight in a chair. Then I reard of Milks Emulsion and started t-sing it. It was only two days later t iat I conld go to bed and sleep toundly After taking eight bottles ' T worth) 1 found myself completely t ire-i it is over & months now since 1 fiuit taking Milks Emulsion, and T han't haa a symptom of asthma .s.nce" Geo. W. Baker, R. F. D. 2, Latrobe Pa. VTiy Qhoaldn't Jlilks Emulsion help - r"j" t has worked wonders for othor It costs nothing to try. Milks Emulsion Is a pleasant, nutri te fooi and a corrective medicine. It r -teres healthy, natural bowel action. iloivg away with all need of pills and ih-veic It promotes appetite and quickly puts the digestive organs in shape to assimilate food. As a builder of flesh and strength. Milks Emul- F'on is ttrongly recommended to those Tvhom sickness has weakened, and is h. powerful aid in resisting and repair- i"Vij the effects of wasting diseases. nronic stomach trouble and oon- stipatio.i are promptly relieved yualiy n one day. Th s i s the only solid emulsion nap, f nd so palatable that it is eaten with a spoon ike ice cream. No matter how severe your ease. nu ar urged to try Milks Emulsion i nder tiis guarantee Take six bot tles hcv with you, use it acordtng i directions and ff not satisfied with tie results, your money will be promptly reloaded. Price Wc and ?l "" pf r bottle The Milks Emulsion t o, icic Hast. Ind. Sold by drug--i-'s r rywhere. Adv. Cole&Awho had just bought out the firm ox Newman, Russell & Coles, and held down the job three years. Prank, who had been here-when Otis arrived and who later returned to Georgia, arrived here for a second time about the time Otis bad been on the job as bookkeeper for three years. and they proposed that the firm of A. P. Coles Bros, be formed. This was done and the firm still continues. Otis took over the management of a ranch which the firm, in partnership that is rfbat favorable. Hleh nlaee T""! " "l"'"rr "?-. "ZZZZ willcome to one who belong In the whenT solder Sb-' Many minds will take on ames- ?. U. J!oh HL":, .. . sive qualities that make for prom- " ? BkT hnln man! .nence in the next few months. Am- docaH.lSiJb ILi!SSlT?J2l: biUon that affects women ta business JJ iSJJStWiSYf tart : as well as men who have Important , f5?2l2SK?J bnstaessi positions will be prevaleaL nes-L1 T?1 IS-52ii.5 This is a rery lucky wedding day, ' man -when be got an edacatlon. for it presages not only lasting love ' but the accumulation or material things. 1 Meetings between younc men and i young women have the most fortu nate government of the stars. Ro mance 'Will start easily during this sway. There is still an evil direction of malefic planets that arouse in the iraman mind envy, jealousy and cruel impulses that will be manifested in ail waixs oi me. wise OTIS COLES. AOED l '' Since livrg -n 1.1 Paso Capt. Coles has been president of th chamber of commerce, having first filled the po sitions of director and second vVe president: was one year vice presi dent of the Toltec club, ii an aitive member of the Real Estate exchange and a life member of El I'aso lodge of Elks. He helped to organize he Texas Bank and Trust compam and was the first president of the board. He or ganised and is president of the Coles? tsunami and Keai estate company. He was married on November 18, 1908. to Miss Elizabeth Rese, of Rome. Ga.. and they have two chil dren and a cozy, beautiful home on Montana street. Both children are boyti the elder. Otis Calvin, jr., and the baby, Alfred Porter 111. He is fond of hunting hut rather Take a glass of Salts if your BacIqJ hurts or Bladder bothers 1 Meat forms uric acid. -v ' If you nroat haTe your meat t(S?y day. eat it. but. flush your kidiffes with salts occasionally, savs a noted authority who tells us that meat forms uric acid which almost paralyzes the kidneys in their ef forts to expel it from, the blood. They become sluggish and weaken, then 3'o u suffer witlr a dnil misery in the. kidney region, sbarp pains in the back er sick headache, dixziness, your .stomach Fours, tongue ie coated and when the weather is bad you nave rheumatic twinges. The urine gets cloudy, full of sediment, the channels often get sdre and irritated, obliging ru to seek relief two or three times during tbensht. To neutralize these irritating acids. to cleanse the kidneys aad flush off i ne ooays urinous waste get four ounces o Jad Salts rom any pharm acy here; take a taUespoonful to a class of water before breakfast for r few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts Is made from t(je acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with lithia, and has been used for generations to flush and stimulate sluggish kldneva. also to neutralize the adds in urine, so it no longer irritates, thus ending bladder weakness. Jad Salts is inexpensive: cannot in. Jure and makes a delightful ef fervescent lithia water drink. Adr. The Wise Guy In "The Beauty Market" Hobie F 1 a gg makes himself so useful to so ciety, that none question the source of his income. He flirts with the women, plays cards- with the easy marts among the men and regards Atnelw as the cleverest wocan in New York. illiiilll B News Brevities "T" .LOCAL ASD CESBRAI, , I AaTertisements.) New Sheldon Cafe DANCING Every Kite Except Sunday BEYERSTEDT BROS.' Unexcelled Orchestra Hocm Luncheon, 12 to 2 p. m. Sinner 6 to 9 p. in. Dancing 9:30 ta 12:39 p. n. New Sheldon Coffee Room Now Open Train Bulletin. Texas and Pacific train Xo. i, due at 1:45 p. m, was scfee4tiled to ar rive at s:4S t. m. Tuesday. Texas men and women will sk "J" lP "-.i.il "" in all their ac- p. m- was scheduled to arrive at U:W D. a, HI Paso -and Southwest tive thoughts lay up trouble for the ",Hf- 2 " .J IBU " tQtare. ' scheduled to arrive at ::10 p. m. Congress and state legislatures '. Southern Fadfic train No. a. due a contlaue subject to planetary In-! 4:M P- - w8 scheduled to arrive licences, mk'"r for suspicion of t :i p. m. AU other afternoon ana motives and intense bitterness in party feeling. Storms of great violence are fore shadowed and intense sufferings among the poor are indicated. Railroads are still under the direc tion of sinister stars that forecast troubles of various sorts. Labor will continue in a state of night trains were reported on time. 11, lr. Xlendriclc end Co. income tax specialists, auditors. JJO First Na tional Bank Banding. Circus 3Xen Join Marines. Three former circus men Joined the marines Xenoav afternoon and unrest and discontent that will cul- I Conp. John Barrios had the pleasure miuate in the spring. ' of enlisting the trio. The men were Persons whose blrthdate it is have Arthur C Vaughn. Waterloo, Ind, the augury of a happy, successful ! iSf0" SE? wJrth lUggling Bros.; year. Money will increase, as gains ' Thomas Fgley. New York, strong through speculative ventures in " a?a Krl Tritle. Kansas City, forecast. I clown. Children born on this day are likely . m-JT. -.......... to be generous and philanthropic -,- crJn,e5,j0"t? of-jV These subjects of Capricorn general-. 'n Dln- Wilson Bld&. Dallas. Tex. ly are able to gain large possessions ; ... . 7, . . of material things. (Copyright, 1919. fAS? Cenr irolds TJp Tank. by the Mcaure Newspaper Syndicate.) j ,"?! JSSK".il!"..1SSKl.a? Curtis Jt Co. buy Liberty Bonds. Adv. If Fill Out With Pencil St . i?. AUTOMOBILE PAINTING Used Automobiles SOUTHWESTERN AUTO CO. 120-122 W. San Antonio St Ffaone 1591 J3 -3a 5 k-47' e -- ,, 5o .24 7 " '. -,?5,6 2fe ' si; ..s i 27 28 4b AC Hi s . lr 43.;, 3.a.3b . .'31 Ter while scouting the El Paso dis trict for recruits, and Cant. Harry Nelan. in command, arrived here Monday awaiting repairs. He will Join the tank and its personnel at Koswell. X. St, In a few days. Aiiators Co to Hawaii. Fi-e of the aviators who took part in the recent transcontinental air race in which Lieut. IV. A. Maynard. the flying parson, figured so promi nently, passed through 1 Paso Mon- i oay nigni on uieir way. tney said, to ; Hawaii. The fliers who passed mmotbu wot LaeuiB. n. ji. iianzei man. T. V. Hines, it. L. Elliott. J. T. Johnson and any H. Gale. Dr. Annn Ileum, Buckler BMg. Ph. S77. rjirecfor Takes Charsr or Tlsnl.' A. P. Coles, a director, is to act as manager or tee El Paso branch or the federal reserve bank for two days while B. Randle Gilbert Is out of the citv. Mr. Gilbert and J. H. Niendorff. assistant federal reserve agent, left Tuesday for Dallas to at tend a conference January IS and 17 of officials of the Dallas federal re serve Imnk. To Complete Organization. At a dance and a dinner to be given next Thursday night at 7:21 oclock at the Paso dl Norte, the El Paso chapter of th American Insti tute of Banking will complete th organization recently effected. A secretary and a treasurer will be elected. Speeches will be made by Ur. M. Wtngo, James G. McXary and jh. unmip. Trouble. Avoid trouble. Leave baggage checks at Longwell's, or telephone Ne. 1. SEE More Days To The Boston's January Clearance Sale Watch our Ads! m hBillie m mBurke a a la Her New "Paramonirt Arteraft" Feature. i "Wanfed a 3 ; I , j pay A Husband" M M AT THE S a m a Bets' I & & 3 g III nszHsii JfOW SHOTvXXG 'ALICE LAKE r-LV - j 'Should a Woman Teii' Freat the mtvrj br Flaii Vex A peWerfal atorr ftnltt In a master lr taaMm around a tremeadevs taeme One of taoaeujare pie tnre ao eft em adver tised, ant se aeldom 1UU&AM A-L-H-A-M MUSICAL COMEDY SPECIALTIES FEATURE PICTURES PICTURES ONLY -.3. . 12:00 TO 7:30 PLAY AND PICTURES ........ 7:30 TO 10:30 Toserx to Banquet Winner. Tbe "bine" membership team of the American legion, which lost to the recent drive, will banquet the khakiN team which procured the most members at a dinner to be iriven next Saturday eTening- at 8 oclock. Dr. T. J. McCamant is cap tain of the "bine" team and Dr. Pan! Gallagher is captain of the "khaki' team. Real Kstate Board to Dine. The annual dinner of the El Paso Rel Kstate board will be held at the Sheldon hotel at 6:45 p. m. Wednes day even in g. City Celleeta Biff Taxes. City tax collector W. P. B. MeSafn collected 9109.282.9S in taxes and is sued 1138 receipts last week, according- to figures compiled in his office. This sum is four times as larse an the amount collected last jear dunnc 1 the f-rst we-k. I AniFf.1 nflRKFlU i HL sssliswr mmmiiwBfiof &y Willie said: "What shall I do?" I Then he traced to fifty two. j 3thit front one to tiro and so on , te tbe rnd. 1-eok Tears num! r r.j ot.btt? elpe of S.e Tea and Sulphnr and nobody Tfia knorr. 5 nse ot Sas ana Sulphur for re-1 sterinr faded, sny fiatr to its natural ' cjlor dates back to Brandmother-s h?nUSiy aarl. Rlossv and attrac- Whenever her hair took on tnat dnll, faded or streaked appear ance, tnls simple mixture was applied ' with wonderful effect Bnt brewing; at home Is mussjr and ' ost-of-date. Nowadays, by asinne at nr dniB store for a bottle of I Wveth's Sage and Sulphur Comi DOWHL" Tflu -vtrltl et tht. f.nwiu. .M I preparation. Improved by the addition j j of other ingredfbnts. which can be de- 1 penaea upon to restore natural color and beauty to the hair. I A well-known downtonn druggist savs it darkens the hair so naturally : uu ctr-uiv mat Douooy can leil lt nas I been applied. Tou simplv dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this throuch your hair, taking ! one strand at a time. By morning the i I gray hair disappears, and after an I other application or two. It becomes !i beautifully dark and glossy. , "Vi etl's Sage and Sulphur Com pound . a delightful toilet rci'iiMti for those ho deitre a more jou'M i' Mlear.inf Jt is not intended -he ..-ir. TrM'!:atl01 e ;.n.i'"' Dorothy 0 iSssssl I O0$$, ! 1 1 THE THOMAS H. INCE i 1 I I PARAHOUNT-ARTCRAFT i 1 I ffatitrf: pRnmimnN i sssa " I " I H MOST MODERATE 'St mmm 1 1 PEICES I S.w?MliB A H Best Coffee. Shnrf. 0 3.1 K 0rd?rB- j lit im " 1 lBSBjBjBSBr ; g A snappy. Jpky little story of 1 ' 1SZ- " B a 9Tt wTlA ftmnrhef? nnt tssSBBBBBBBBBBSSBBsVBBkaw I Magnificent Sets jKBHEb TO I Gorgeous Gowns sbbbbbbsbHssSsssbbmA I 0 I Sunshine I I9BS I Comedy J jHBSily I "Back to Nature SHe I Girls". I Mp. B v iSWrStlnSga yJfcv s!lBSfc-3'-- " LrfKlrS & rsT5r?al eSBB l!PSH ASBD ?VSBsSBSPfr V .. --kZM mmmym IMlflmMmm r "Jrz . ismfejissa'--! I Brothers' KiJafiS : Unexcelled TJILi"yPy Orchestra . issrKr ' and lsssKl B-R-A JUST 2 MORE DAYS DAY THE SHADOW ART TODAY TH0S.H.INCE Presents Ceothraous from ltlS to 11 p. m. SIU 15 and Ue. Ere, tSe. Kc mod SOo. frpeclal ehll. dren prices. 'alton "His Wife's Friend" A Paramount-Artcraft Production. ADDED ATTItACTIOXS Rialto Paramount Magazine Scientific Educational Amusing Rialto "Sing" Number. Rialto Comedy. PROLOGUE llilMttHMil Beyerstedt Brothers' Unexcelled Orchestra and May Duggan Wilson -at the Ellanay Sweet Voiced Organ AND TOMORROW TO SEE THE BIG COMBINATION BILL EVERY BODY IS TALK ING ABOUT! CHARLIE CHAPLIN And His Funny Flivver in 'A Day's Pleasure" And the New Favorite Will Rogers in "JUBILO" Both TODAY At THE ELLANAY! GRECIAN Last Day Wanda HawIeym"V!rtuousSinners" TOMORROW AT THE GRECIAN In Her New Big Vitagraph Special "CI ftec rc DDinc" ! .