EL mSO 'HERAXD
Creator of "Midgut MotUI.
Patter And Chatter
By S. E.
ITS all la cettlnff tued tt UiIbci
The false, the trne the cood. the
Want people tU anpported klnc
Th7 managed often to ba ladi
The nin nko1! lame or deal or blind
Mar still bare ckeerfnl days and find
Some cause for thtnfcine God la kind
May not be altogether sad.
THE Roman thooent the sheet be
tVa pretty fair, as clothing wents
Tn arms were bare nnd often more
But still he didn't care a. cent.
The talent tras laden with a weight
Of rudely Xasaloixrd armor-plate.
But still he thought his outfit great
And had his hours of merriment.
SUCH TH1XG3 MAT HAPPBS.
ov. Tommy." said Us lair young ma, "your little sister's sleeping.
I ve got to hurry to the store; 111 leave her in your keeptng
Truth still sometimes is stranger than tbe wildest fiction, maybe;
She hid the matches, and hex son did not burn np tho baby.
I THE COQUETTE
THE girl who can coquette success
fully, usually commands my un
bounded admiration. It's the girl
who try to coquette and can't who
deserve real pity.
Bo on know whether or not you
are the type that can coquette? If
rc a'e small, blonde, Duffy haired,
aith a great deal of natural vivacity,
ku probably are. If you are tall,
lean rot very pretty, and a bit awk
ward. on certainly are not the sort.
This doea not mean, of course, that
al coquettes must be smsJU and fuzzy
a'rd. Some of the greatest ones in
Ms or have been stately and digmi-
"a women, isut tneir coquetting, i
f ma v be called .such, was prob
tb y of a more subtle variety, and
cid not consist In making eyes ard
After all, that is the only objection
to the coquette tlie eye making and
tve giggling. To cojuette" has come
to mean the charming of men by the
r" spiay of "cute" little personal
tr'cks and mannerisms; lts as touch i
?s saying, "See how pretty my eyes
are i hen I smile, ray month when 1 1
rout it's a pnysicai rawer man a.
rental appeal, and that's why the
oquette must be physically attrac-
The homMy girl will make a
- more lasting appeal If she will do
through her mentality or through
-ie fineness of her character. That
tbe thing you most learn If you
t. ant to appeal either to men or to
vrren ycu mast learn your
j there are all types, so are there
sd-nirers of all types. An4 the
coquette Is not necessarily the most
ceeirable type to be.
B ue Eyes Rest is the best remedy
f - Ft rained eyes. Bathe the eyes two
r r three times each day with a weak
"iut on of salt water. Use the eye
p a; which may be obtained from
- druggist. If vou read at night,
ip the light shine ver the left
- "u'der Plenty sleep will also
co much to restore the sight.
B-owi Kyes If you send a stamped
a -f addressed envelope, I shall be
1 eied to mall you tho formula.
I A Line 0 Cheer 1
1 Each Day 0 Tbe Year!
i By JOHX KESDIUCK BAXCS.
l:mitationsT What are ihey?
I ask raat question every day.
And paiing on the skies so fair
I seem to find my answer there.
For rm a MAN. with heart and sonl.
ent upon ome higher goal,
T th strength to dare, and will to
ThSSMsks to carry me thereto.
naSere'B no limit set for me
in 9pac or Time's Eternity Copy
r gM. 1920, by the Mclure Newspaper
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BEAUTY IN R4IR
Girls! A mass of long,
thick, gleamy. tresses
Let "Danderine" save your hair and
doable its beauty. Tou can have lots
of long, thick, strong, lustrous hair.
Dont let it stay lifeless, thin, scrag
gly or fading. Bring back its color,
vigor and vitality.
Get a JS-oent bottle of delighttnl
-Danderine" at any drug or toilet
counter to freshen your scalp; cheek
dandruff and falling hair. Yonr hair
needs this stimulating tonic; then Its
life, color, brightness and abundance
-n-ill 'return Hurry! Adv.
An Old Sore
not heel becsase tbe ess.
which is fwntftffiaHr forming, pom-
cm tbe SttrroaadlnjJ flesh.
1 Antiseptic Healing Oil
Stops the fonnaticn of pas, de
stroys the poison sad heals the
sore. It Stops Pain and HeaJs at
at the Same'Tfce. -. -;.
BOo ' 0Oo-t 9L.20
If It's Common.
SIACK irere got used to seelnff
That may be trim or otherwise
"Who turns to look agraln or sees
With startled or with blinking
uThe ladles bare their backs but who's
Bn chanted by the spinal vie war
The common thing Is quick to lose
The kick that novelty supplies.
TTHE barm once feared we fear no
The devil name no shudder
We cease to gasp at men who soar
Like eagles with extended wings t
The workers get n raise of pay
And hand It back the following dsy,
Still thinking they hare had their
Its all in getting used to things.
Your hair needs special care until
your health is fully restored. Tour
scalp should be massaged or have the
vibrator used regular1? to get np a
Tfot AH Types Can Coquette Suceess-
healthy circulation. A arood tonic
also will helD Itone for brittle hair.
Stop ruffing it. you had better use
curlers If you must fluff It to make
1 14 Years Ago Today l
I Front The Herald of This Date, 1900.
A MONG the state delesatlon to the
f National Irrigation congress to
be held at Boise City. Idaho.
September S to 8. are three Bl
Fasoans, Felix Martinez. A. Conr
chesne and R. F. Bnrges, appointed
oy governor unnam
Mr. and Mrs. Florence J. Hall will
chaperon a weekend party to Clond-
croxt this atternoon. Those who will
go are. Kisses Ethel Bowman. Mabel
Gray. Florence HalL Jessie Norwood.
and Frances Hughes, Messrs. John M.
Wyatt. Clyde Holmes, W. E. Baker.
Sherman. Texas; Ernest Hnghes.
Harry Turner. Vance and White. The
party wiu spent! several cays at
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kranzthor, of
Sa;le Pass, Texas, announce the en
gagement of their daughter, Irene, to
Alfred E. Sefantz, of El Paso.
Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan have returned
t 'rom their wedding trip to California.
ar.d are at home to their friends at
615 North Kansas.
Don C Thompson, who was
formerly collector at the Harvey cafe,
is now registry cleric in the postof
flce. Mrs. W. S. Tiltoa and her guest,
B. K. Thrower, of Gainesville. Fla,
and W. H. Tattle returned yesterday
from a delightful visit to Cloudcrolt.
Judge P. H. Clark will soon leave
the city to Join his wife and family
on the California coast.
I Fill Out With Pencil
Trace tie dob to fifty five
Then this w3I eem alive.
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OH .THIS S TERRIBLE!
I About Broadway
EW YORK, Aug. 18. Having
started "Happy Days" on what
should be a hltrhlv successful en
gagement at the Hippodrome. R. H.
Bornslde will now turn bis attention
to the work of producing Fred Stone's
next starring vehicle. Tip Top,"
which was written by Anne Caldwell
and Mr. Burnslde, with snnsic by Ivan
carylL The new piece wiu open in
X SEW MACK fUT.
A. H. Woods will place In rehearsal
soon a new nlay by WlUard Mack.
entitled "The Girl of the Dance Hall."
The cast will include Lowell Sher
man. Hobert McWade, Elwood Sost
wick, Frank Monroe. Belle Bennett,
Jean Robertson. Lucille Manioc
Fletcher Harvey and Carl Jackson.
BT WAT OF DrVERSIOX.
T love to look back to the days
when me an' Jim, my broher. was
youngsters Uvin' on the farm the
days of Dad an Mother. I call to
mind some tnmgs we aid that Kept
the old folks guessls', among them
was "cuttln up" when Father asked
I see ns at the table "wllii onr
heads bowed, slyly nudgln. I see
both Ma an' Sister Nell with not a
muscle budgin. I hear Jim tay: "Ton
Quit that now." as in his chair he
wiggles, while both of us are doubled
up about to bust with giggles.
But that ain't all I see a switch
on certain trousers landin. X see two
youngsters who perfer to eat their
supper standln. Those llckln' hurt.
you net. our suu. a giaciy raice a
dressin' if me an' Jim could laugh
once more while Father asked the
MISS ROUTE'S DEBUT.
JoseDhine Rolfe. a great grand
daughter of Joseph Jefferson, is mak
ing her stage debut In Lew Fields'
production of The Poor Little Rita
Girl" at the Central. She is a niece
of Glen MacDonoush. writer of musi
cal comedies. She has short brown,
SHDLCROUT TO STAR.
Joseph Shllcrout. who arrived from
Europe last week with his father.
Rudolph Shilcrout. Is to have the
stellar role In a play under tbe man
agement of Wilner & Romberg. Max
R. Wilner will reopen the Irving
Place theater on August 26. with
Maurice Schwartz in "Golden Chains."
Joe Weber will offer, the Efrem
Zlmbalist operetta, "Honeydew." at
the Casino In the fall. Ethlynde Terry
and Dorothy Foil's will be in the cast
which will include Hal Forde. Kuy
Kendall. John Park. John Dnnsmure.
Frederick Manatt. Theresa Maxwell
Conover. Mile. Marguerite and Frank
Gill. Mabel McCans will be featured
in The Little Blue Devil" Harry
roes wiu piay opposite ner.
THE TWO EXTREMES.
Mary Cunningham of Springfield.
Mass. once called the most beautiful
girl in America, is at the Hotel
Majestic She is to be in a new
Broadway production. Eve Balfour.
an English film beauty, is also at this
hotel. As a direct contrast to the two
beauties. Odd Mclntyre Uvea at tbe
ISXT LIFE KUK?TrT
Herbert H. Levenne notifies us that
a young man friend of his called on
a girl recently. As he was leaving
"Give me a ring when you call
Now comes the fanny part. She
meant & ring on the telephone. Queer
how people get things wrong some
Joy MaxweU Is with The Little
raui .-dcAiitsier nas neen engaged
Alice Bromley wiison will loin
"Not So Long Ago" soon.
William Haiiman and George Moto
have been engaged for "Enter.
Dorothy Gish Is to sail for Europe
for a vacation of eight weeks.
Robert Ames will play opposite
Florence Nash In "Nothing Doing."
Sylvia Clark will be chief Jazzeuse
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RETURN OF THE HAPPY HIT!
Picture Full of Smiles, Sensational Stunts and the Great-
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Plays And Players
in the new "Greenwich Village Fol-
Regina Wallace, Charles Gotthold
and Harry Dl Southard are to be in
F. Ray Comsteck and Morris Gest
will open "Can Chin Chow" in Que-
A THOUGHT FOR TODAT.
To ns there are lust two kinds of
short story writers o. Henry ana
the other kind.
A lazy young fellow named Free,
Once started to chop down m tree!
Ob the very first stroke
The axe-handle broke,
"Who says I'm not Inekyr asked he.
FROM THE CHESTrUT TREE.
"My great grandfather once get
ahead of George Washington."
"Bought a postal card."
Secrets Of The
movies ieveaiea i
What impression is created on an
audience when nouon picimm
- !.... i. am tii screen!
A. The iUuslon of movement is
created by passing a consecutive
series of snapshots before the eyes
in rapid succession. The pictures do
not move, but appear to do so be
cause each picture, taken sueczslvely,
Ci. To whom Is William Desmond
Dvoss rm 9 aef ?
A- Mary Xelvor. Bill recently be
came the father of & baby girl. Mary
Q, What Xs the title of Charlie
Chaplin's next pletnrcT
A. It Is called "The Kid" and Ii a
six reeler, Charlie's longest picture.
Q. Who claims the title as the
champion film fan of the conatxyl
JL. JACsC JOntOQ. Ot UlTUIKUIOi
Ky, claims the title. Can yem eqnal
his record of seven shows a week for
Q. What Is Sale Jaals's real suuaef
A. Sown in Colombns, Ohio, where
Elsie was born, her folks knew her as
EDale Bterbower. She Ss Bet mar
ried. Q. What former Sennet t beauty re
cently has married and has retired
from the aereesf
A. Myrtle Llnd, who is now Mrs.
F. A. OeselL
Q. To whom Is Elsie Fcrgnson
married i f
A. Thomas B. Clark. Copyright,
1920. Thompson Feature Service,
Ilotr are pictures made. In
which cTery moving thing seems
to be propelled by some dynamic
force moving th?m so fast that
the eye can hardly follow the
movements? This Question will
be answered tomorrow in this de
partment PRINCE'S VISIT TO INDIA
STOPPED BY PROCLAMATION
Tendon. Bug, Aug. 18. A royal
proclamation to India, Issued today,
says the prince of Wales will not
visit India next winter to inaugurate
reform legislation. It adds that the
dtUce of Connanght. former governor
general of Canada, will undertake
these duties. .
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TO PO ?y7
Reflections Of A
By HELEN ROWLAND.
SOMETIMES It looks to a woman
as hough a mas takes up golf
lust in order to have something
to get "swearing mad" about.
Nobody who has not been snap
ahotted in a bathing suit by a relent
less turner kodak fiend knows how
terribly a woman can be "misrepre
sented' in this life.
Perhaps If a bored husband could
watch his wife act all through a five
reel movie drama without hearing
her utter a word, he would fan in
love with her all over again. It isn't
his eyes, hut his ears, that grow so
weary after marriage.
A man can sympathise with
everything -except woman's
passion for suffering. After the
third time he has seen her weep
her tears have no power to move
him except to move him toward
TVny only "filet mignon"? EVERY
THING is so "mignon", nowadays!
Why not the "marriage mignon". the
apartment raignon". tho "dog
mignon." the "Income mignon."
"sugar raignon" and so on, ad In
finitum? The only way la which the average
wife learns anything about her hus
band's real thoughts and opinions is
by gathering them from his friends;
a dock that strikes only the half
hour is frank and communicative be
side a man in the bosom of his
When a man says, Let for
give and forgeti" he means that
if the girl will do the forglvtag,
he will do the forgetting.
When a husband does anything
from the "highest and noblest mo
tives." why does it always turn out
to be something foolish or unreason
able? Copyright, 1K9, by Wheeler
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Three Days Starting
Adams Trademark Registered IT.
GDP, ON HIS
1. Who is Jack Dempsey?
z. What is whole wheat flour T
1. Where is the Strait of Mack
4. What is a casualty?
5. What Is casuistry?
. Who wrote "Quiney Adams
7. How did the turkey become a
domesticated North American fowl?
8. Whose portrait is on the new
two cent pieces soon to be put Into
S. What is an aspen tree?
10. What is a mention?
Answers to Testerday'a Kwls.
1. A wad is a small, compact mass
of soft substance, such as Is used
for padding and packing.
2. The British captured Jersualem
from the Turks December IT. 1917.
J. Woodcock are found in the
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THREE DAYS STARTING
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They loved each others they
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Two Eternal Triangle
that Cupid Finally
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United States through the Mississippi
valley and in the northern states.
4. A elnquefoll is a five pointed
ornament ased in architecture, or a
five section window in circular form.
5. The purpose of the Pilgrim
Father in coming to this country was
to secure homes where they would
have freedom of religious worship
6. The Solomon river is in north
central Kansas. ,
7. Golden hatred persons are keen
ly sensitive and have refined, artistic
natures, as a rule.
J. The famous Presidential Sange
of the White mountains includes
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9. Tho fruit caned "Rum cherries'
Is the wild black cherry.
10. "A Modern Instance" was writ
ten by the late American novelist
William Dean Howells. and Is re
garded as the greatest of his worgs.
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