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.45 A WOMAN THINKETH Hogwallow Locals By HBLHW BOWLASK. How To BeLooed. By BONK BOTTS. EVEKTBODl" nulla to be lovd! It la the one thins, that every normal human being wants MOST In the whole wide world. What? No? Oh, let's be honest and admit it! To love Is a glorious luxury but o BE loved is a life lone necessity. health, power, honors, titles '' .at do yon want them for? To make yourself lovable, admired, ruirht after, desirable. h.r does an actress crave fame, money, popularity? Po that she may shine In someone's !' and be loved! What do YOU want with success of any kind? To lay it at the feet of someone who loves you or to dangle It m the face of Fomeone whom you wish to lope you. Lore to the hers deeovre, the read, the meat, the vriae. and tae dessert ef life: 'l BMlratSea, all aeroatnltsa eiit. aHaeMeveraeat, all lOruR cle. aU work, all roads Ira 4 to lore! It is the roal at the end of every race, the prise in every game. And. as you stow older, and the Slitter wears off your tinsel fancies, and one by one the little Christmas -roe candles of Illusion sputter out. there is nothing; worth while left except to be loved! Yet. bo- CAREFULLY we conceal our rove hunger. Beneath our petu- ance, our vanity, our grouches, our omcjsm. our sneers, our tntoieranee. How conscientiously we set out to -nake ourselves hated and how glor ously we succeed! We are SO lofty, SO indifferent SO hypocritical! Any man would rather be loved 'Kan '"superior'; yet somehow, he fancies that disapproval of every thing prov.es his superiority. And ha cheerfully spills the acid of criticism on the fertile hearts of those around rim. and expects love to spring from what he knows, or for vthat lie has, or for the brilliant thins. no oses, but tor nut ae uivks In sympathy, love, response, la- .pfratieii. nnderstandinff. -A boll dog; is perhaps the most ' Iik dus animal that ever walked or , saddled nd the most lovable pot. I But nobody keeps a pot porcupine or a pet clam or a pot wasp. I Ton cannot shut oat the sun and I keep warm. , Yet, we poor, hungry self blinded human beings will deliberately shut out the sun of love and try to keep our hearts warm over the little elec tric bulb of pride, vanity, dignity, or j conceit. No wonder the gods laugh bat I think they weeo a little for us. too. i I Copyright, 1921. by the Wheeler I Newspaper Syndicate. 1 14 Years Ago Today j Fzwm The BmM ef Tkl Date. I8M- Aay tommm, itmM ntbrr be loved than well, tnniiil! Yet Mfce will deliberately MM a wall of oveBmttfreeeM aroud herself, w- espoec people to elite b orer It ta order to lore ser. We want tender words, we lout? for kisses we expect to win them -with brtl slant arrvmexts, emtSIlat inc wit, o4 tmpresstra dltniltT- Heigh-bo' "Ve spend oar whole lives strnx- zling to acquire the things with pich to Inspire love- riches, know t-dg-e, reputation, success, beanty rnd then we sit b&CK and figuratively remark, "Now, love me if you dare!" After all. yon do not Jove a man 1 ecause he is wealthy or successful but because he is generous, genial, appreciative, kind, teleraat- You do not love tv woman because he is famous, but becaose she Is -vept and gentle. Too do not love I pr because ahe is clever and witty, ut because she is gracious and heerful and Useable and cuddle- A woman doesn't love a man be cause he is "superior." but because v makes her feel that in his eyes, i-HE is superior to every other wo- ian in the world. A man doesn't love a woman be- if nhe vnderstanas IbSea, Brown Euclid, Raseian music, Freud, or rand opera but because she under - ands HIM. Yob to not love amybedy for THE work of placing the postoffice x names in tne new room wnran Uncle Bam will occupy in the library building in Blsbee, Arlx Is well under way. Postmaster Cassidv expects to be able to get into the new quarters oy tne last week in January. R. H. Gilchrist and A. N. Howell were sworn in as policemen thi morning at the city hall, having been appointed by mayor Davis on the recommendation of chief of police Mitchell. C W. So miners, of Chicago, arrived here on the Santa Pe to succeed B E. Pellow, as manager of the local concessions of the -Fred Harvey system- Mr. Pellow was recently an- Kin ted manager of tne Alvarado tel In Albaqnerqne. Was Elsie Iturkina was a charm ing hostess at a Salamasmndi and dancing party yesterday evening at her home on Stanton street. The party was given complimentary to Miss Pearl Br key. Those preseajt were : Hisses Adlne Noake, Milda Connolly, Lucille Smith. Kate Adams. Bessie Donohue, Lucille Wade, Lo retta Brick, and Phoebe Lucas; Charles Laughlin, Hal Chriatr. Mike and Tom Greer, Jean Bomsey, Jean Harris, Jim Bond. Grove r Smith. The first meeting of the Woman's club after the holidays was heJkt Mrs. J. E- Townsend, the president, pre sided. Mrs. Mary Towers, of the Minneapolis club; Mrs. Hart, of Los Angeles, and Miss Pels, of Denver, were present as guests. J. B. Marmion, a city oommisatbser N EABLY afl pebtte speakers have studied geocranky mote or less, bat the majority of them still point in the wrong direction when tefeuiag to some place. Sile Kildew is Urinkimr ansat spend ing tne rest of the winter near Thun ders tion for Ms win's health. Ffim Dfflard is kerning aU kinds of stick: tricks, and the paNie should be warned against aim. Hta latest sabter rage oceetred at the Calf Siba store this week when be engaged the aro prieror ia a coHverHtien aai then passed off as iron vaster on kha fee a dollar. eOsHeHeBeneaas m miet Ol : : 1 I of Houston, arrived ia Kl Paso yes terday. W. W. Wuerschmidt. who has been I a deputy sheriff at Talcta for some I time, una resigned and wis leave for Douglas, Arts., where ho will act aa special officer for the South western railroad. Mr. and Xrs. X W. Flsber are mow established in their new hosne at 146 Boulevard. F. C Saarle has returnad to the city after spending the tolidays with his parents ia Pettsmoath, Ohio. Miss Minnie Fisher has rotamod from a throe month's visit to Reek m. Annoying Elbows Br EDNA EEKI FOSSES BETTER THAN WHISKEY FOR COLDS AND FLU New Elixir, Called Aspiron al, Medicated With Lat est Scientific Bemedies, Used 'and End(ffsed by European and American Army Surgeons to Cot Short a Gold and Prevent Complications. Every Druggist in TJ. S. In structed to Refund Price While You Wait at Counter If Belief Does Not Come Within Two MinniM ' voa tnassase a flesh bsfldtne cold -- - crein mio your eioows. or a little i olive oil . Otherwise, rob fhem with Delightful Taste, ImiBedi-1 SSTWUfB.'f 2i AWOMAJTS .elbows have become one of the moat important parts life dreamed that short sleeves could be so short, or that they would have u voa-ue tney are now enjoyuta:. In Paris every frock had short sleeves when It had any at all. If on. went out on the street on a day warm enough to leave one's coat at hosse, one' wore a piece of fur cloth tboat the neck and gloves that came only slightly above tne wrist or al most op to the elbow. When I left Paris they were begin ning to nuke street gowns without any sleeves at all. and a titled noolossaa who runs one of New ToHCs most expensive establishments, brought over any number of them tor tne American woman, one frock, which was typical, was made of dove gray broadcloth, with a Quantity of embroidery in orange and sliver unt uned In black. It not only had no sleeves, bat the arm hole was cut extremely wide. One of our hct dressed actresses who boasts havlng the most beautiful back In America, recently purchased a street frock without any sleeves whose armhole was rounded over the shoMors, bat came to a point under the arm a point which nearly reached the waist. Sometimes very fancy little nnder bodlces are worn with these and al lowed to show under the 'arm. Some times they aren't! AH this of coarse, only emphasizes the fast that the elbow most be soft and pink and aa beautiful as the rest of the arm. and it la, frankly, a hard matter to make It so. If yon are too thin, your elbows will be scrawny and the bone will be prominent, and the beat tnins; you can do is to con trive soft raffles In your short sleeve, to cover the elbow. Otherwise, this is the daily treatment which will positively make your elbows beauti ful: Rab the elbows thoroughly with cleansing- cream; scrub them and the arm with hot water and moderately stiff complexion brash and a food soap. ury. xr yoa are go! going oat cover them liberally with powder and I am sore yea will be pleased with their appearance. P. K. Perspiring feet are usually too dry and need oil. Massage every I I I I I m ,i m0 s sa Ul UMCH enAlVsllsmar CTOKm XS ID COS- ate SeMef, QaiCk Warm- necthm with the elbows. If yog are Up. I Ceeea hatter Is good for ugly elbow. night with olive oil. after the feet have been thoroughly washed in a basin of hot water to which a table spoon of boric acid powder has been added. Change your shoes and stock ings every day. The sense tins of tt year is the drug trade fat AsssroasX the two -Minute cold sad cough reliever, antbori tattvely guaranteed by the labora tories: tested, approved aad aswt en thuslastleslly esdoreed by too high est authorities, sad proclarwsd by the comaoB people as ten times as qatek and effective as aufcAj. rock and rye, or any other eold and Dough remedy they have ver tried. All drag stores are sow supplied -!th the wonderful new elixir, so an ou have to do to get rid of that cold ; to step into the nearest drag store, hand the clerk half a dollar for a bot- t.e of Asplronal and tell him to serve ou two teaspoonfols with foor tea spoonfols of water la a glass. With tost watch In your hand, take the drink at one swallow and call for tour money back In two minutes If ou cannot feel your cold fading away like a dream within the time 1 mlt. Don't be bashful, for alt drsg- erists invite you and expect you to try it. Everyooars aoing tu When your cold or eoagh Is re- 1 eved. take the remainder of the bet' tie home to your wife sad baMea, for Asplronal is by far the safest and most effective, the easiest to take and the most agreeable cold aad cough remedy for infants aad children Adv YE TOWNE GOSSIP By K. a B. I"V THE offices. (Beelatired K 8. Patent OfOeeJ HAD A straags effect. KEEP LOOKING YOUNG It's Easy-If You Know Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets The gecret of keeping yotrng is to feel vcang to do tins yvn mast isatdi your Uvcr and bowels there's bo need of having a sallow cranraexjen dark rings under your uyea pimples a bffiooc look in your ace dud-eyes with no sparkle- Your doctor wiB tell yon ninety per cent of all aii-kntai comes irom inactive bowels arid Bver. Dr. Edwards, a weD-knoro physician in Ohio, perfected a vegetable com pound mixed will olive oil to acton the Sver and bowels, which he save to bis patients for years. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the sub stitute for calomel, are gentle in their action yet always effective. They brine about that natural buoyancy which all should enjoy by toning up the bver and bearing the tvstem of imDurities. Dr.Edwards' Oh ve Tablets are known by their oihe color. 15c and 30c Of a local corporation. WHBsVS A kindly boss. HAS KTDRAHHO himself. TO AU. of those. WHO WORK with him. m THBT n.A.VKKn a gift. TO GIVE the boss. AM) EVKKV one. m m m FROM ePFICK boy. VP TO the man. ETT TO the boss. GATE WHAT he could. TO BFT the gift. m AND WHAT they raised. WAS OiJITK a sum. A7KTJ THEX one night. WHEK WORK waa through. AND THE boss had gone. THEY SAT around. AJtD ALL discussed. WHAT SHOtLD be bought AJTD WHILE they talked. A WOHA.V came. WITH HOP and palL JUST AS she came. OS KVHKY night. TO MOP the tile. AND THE office boy. WAS MOVED to sav IX WHISPERED tones. m ' m WK OUGHT to do sompin. -FOR THE old scrub lady. "SHE'S GOT four kids." AD THESE three lines. PHOM OVT of the mouth w OP THE office bey. FOR IT came to pass. m m THAT AT S ocleek. OJf THE afternoon. IS THE boss's offies. THE OFFICE boy. CAME IX red faced. m m AND IX his wake. ' CAME THE "old scrub lady." a AN'n ov behalf. OP THE office force. I THE BOSS presented. THE -OLD scrub lady. WITH AX. I. the money. THAT HAD been raised. TO BUT a gift. FOR THE boss himself. AND THE office force. STOOD BT aad smSM. WHILE THE -old scrub lady." JLST aCIETI.T cried. I THANK you. The great majority of employes In the Spanish toy factories are women. I I OH Boy, Look! This Novelty Coaster for You Any boy or girl can have one of these NOVELTY COASTERS. Just the thing for "fan" after school. Start a Coaster club In your neighborhood. It's Easy to Get One The Coasters are free to boys and girls In Texas, New Mexico and Arlzoaa. The only thing necessary Is to procure 5 new one month paid In advance subscriptions to The El Paso Herald. 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Ph. 4e.-AdT The "Heal-All" GftkeUns Tnore is an herb which grows wild on our Western Plains known as "M&nzanlLa" and to which the In dians attribute wonderful curative and healing- virtue. There fs no question but that na ture has bounteously provided in the roots and herbs of the field a remedy for many of die His to which human flesh is hv Ir. This is demonstrated by the wonderful success of that root and herb medicine. Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound, which for more than forty years hab b-.n r -1 .-ving women of America from some of the worst forms of ft-malf ills It will certainly pay any woman -who po puffers to try It. Adv. EW YORK, Jan. 5. The name of Claire Natfe now appears In the program of Frank Tinner's show. "Tickle Me," at the Selwyn theater. Hiss Kagle la none other than Mrs. Arthur Hammers teln. She married the theatrical prodacer after an en enarement at the same theater in "Tumble In," a year and a half ago. She was the girl In the rase. that the posters showed. AC the tiao. Mrs. Hammerstein renounced the stase and all Its works to ss perries the buckwheats for her husbaad. Bat now the backwheats. the frytaa; pan and the broom bare palled on the roans- woman and she'e back behind the footlights. Arthur Is In entire accord with the move. He confesses, when cornered, that the buckwheats were awful. THEY'VE ADDED A PEA.NET. We're getting: back to normal We're quit our spending Jag. it's true because if s growing I mean the peanut bag. THE BUUITY REPURf. In reply to onr question as to whAther Ar not it mlarht be hast for actors to give honest road managers "gambling- cooperation" and thus get some shows out on tour. Prank Qill- more. executive secretary of the Equity, replies as follows: "We axree with you that the the atrical game is a 'gamble from top to bottom.' but the gamble Is rasher one- ided. If the play be successful the actor does not share In the profits. but just receives a!onser engage ment, presumma that the manager 'lor :.ot feel inclined to increase his Ki.ns i' hirinp a cheaper man Ac Tfri, .ire. trrfat camblers- as w'tnessed t v Tve 'act that the 1 reneh Opera onrr... come to u a little over a week ago and asked our advice about going to Washington. We urged them strongly not to do so. but la spite of that they went and now are seending us wires begging for their return fare and enough money to pay their hotel bills." Mr. GUbaore mentions other similar oases, and then asks: "Are not the above experiences justification for oor endeavor to secure an Equity shop which would prevent fly-by-night auwagen from repeating ex pertBseats watch are disastrous to the actors? What do you think, readers? our ora Ficnorr. She was a society girL Christmas morulas: came and she awoke. Gifts were In her room In profusion. The fair girl examined them one by one. WheQ it was. all over a smile came ta her face. ' "I base received exactly what I wastes," she said. Then she added: "For once In my Ufa I have all the clothes I need." This Is notion. (The end.) Nobody gave him any faewtag oeek ues, out no was nappy, anyway. eossir. Sam H. Harris launched 7rr.nclne Larrlmore la "Nice People" at the Apollo. Atlantic City, recently. Louis Bobls. who lives in a Kn.tt hotel, wishes It distinctly understood it Is not on Ludlow street. Helen Lyons, solo dancer, recently of "Aphrodite." has bees added tt the cast of "The Rose GirL" A special train brought the "Pass ing Show of 1UI" company In from New Haven yesterday. It opens the Winter Garden tonight. Ina Claire will reach her iUth con secutive perforasance In "The Gold Diggers" st the Lyceum tonight. Elisabeth. Hlaes has been engaged as prima denaa of "Love Birds." Rer father is a New York newspaper - Marcus Im7 osens another thea ter In Canada tontffbt. it is la Wind sor. Ontario. "Mixed Marriaa-e." now at the Bramhall Playhouse, will be seea at special matinees on Mondays. Tnee- PROM TUB CHKSTXUT TREE. Mistress Jane. I saw the milkman kiss you this morning. Hereafter I'll taae in tne mua, myself. Jane 'Twoalda't do yon no good, ma'am! He nromlsed never ta v anybody but me. Hood's Sarsaparjlla Makes Food Taste Good A STICK TIME WAS HAD. The members of the "Mecca" and "Afsar" companies are recovering to- dav from a celebration they had on the stage of the Centurv theater. A i leature was a ballet de bottle en titled "Memories of the Flaflk." The rentury stage hands gaie Morris i;t a gold watch and the "Mecca troupe slipped him a silver desk set. Creates an appetite, aids digestion, pnrtfies the blood, and thna relieves scrofula, catarrh, the pains sad aches of rheumatism and gives strength to the whole system. Nearly 50 years' phenomenal sales tell the story of the great merit and i-'J'-ct of Hood's Sarsaparilla. It is just the medicine you need now. Hoods Tills belt' fae Tp-TIc. Adv. days. Wednesday and Vrttays at the Times Square. A'SWKHS TO ISaClRIKS. J. L. W. It's all right la an ml teur ahow. B. N. o. you migat write xi Gulnan, care this column. A THOUGHT FOR TODAT. Percy Sickles, of Welhrvilla. is such a dude he carries aa ashtray whoa he strolls the coonliy roads to smoke a cigar. FOOUSHXsVET. "Oh. John," she said, "please call a track. To get my trunk sad baal it." "Ton bet I will,- the boy replied. "What would yon have me eaU ttr Scoich Island Goes Dry By Five To One Majority Sternoway. Scotland. Jan. S- The Island of Lewis, the largest ef the Outer Hebrides, has ewerwaefcnlngly voted "dry" in the prohibition pell taken here. For total abolition there were T2o votes; for so change 149. aad for limitation of drink licenses. 5. As a result. All licenses on the Island will be annul ed next May. Lewis is a ragged island which abounds ta ancient Druidic structures and ruined old time fortresses. Ex-Premier Of Hungary Tarns To Pen For Living Budapest Hungary. Jan. I. Count Albert AoDonyi. former premier, who atgned the peace treaty, has suf fered with others in the misfortunes of his country, snd to relieve the narrow income upon which his family must live, he has taken employment as an editorial writer on a MagT-ar newspaper. He U said to receive a salary of l.coo.OOu crowns yearly for two eoitoriais a ween, a tne present rate of exchange. 1.000.000 crowns axe equivalent to about JZee. OLD PORT WINE PURE OLIVE OIL Nature's Food Tonic If you are roa down, tired, went oat. exhausted, aesemic sufrtrrng from nervousness or have no ap petite fry nature's way to health Port OHve Tonic Port Oiive is a combtBaboc of ncn old port wise, creamy pore olive oil aad other medkinai agents mixed it. such proportioBt that it is as pala table as rich cream. It not only sbmulatet the tysterr by toaiag op all the vital organs, tru: is a pore iKjuid food. It can be taken bv the most delicate stomachs and j wen ntfitite imnrnvenwent from tKe first few glasses. Ask your doctor or druggist;. the will tell you this is the ideal bodv builder and food tonic. On sale at all druggists. The Porto'ne Comiany, Inc., 1 North Main street. Los aVnaeJes, Cal. I Adv.