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EL PASO HERALD
A Clean Skin
A GREAT many women hsv very
beautiful complexions, xcpt for
the fact that the pores ar a Ht
fi coarse. Often the pores will be
fine and clear except around the
nos. But a bad nostril will of coarse
spoil " n otherwise nice looking: fac-Fo-
these women, as well as for
tho who have really bad skins. I
recommend my blackhead cleansing
row df-r
First I will tell how to
ma1:e it, then how to use It- The
formula is as follows.
wheat or cornstarch, 2 ounces.
powdered borax, 1 ounce.
Almond meal, 2 ounces.
7nse three powders are mixed to
irether thoroughly and kept, prefer
aMv m a wide-mouthed Jar or box.
CIcths wrunc from hot water are
hM for a few minutes orer the face,
just long- enough to open the pores;
then the tips of the finpers are
d'l r1 mto the powder or some of It
ie sprinkled over the wash cloth. In
any case, a quantity of it Is rubbed
irt the skin, which absorbs It readl
Iv. Then it is rinsed out thoroughly
wh hot water.
a general thirg it Is better to
fnl'ow this by rubhingr the skin with
r-oH rrm, for this powder Is neces
smly very dryinp and a sensitive
kin -would be Irritated or a dry one
wculd become char-pod. But in the
w of an oily skin, cream te not
rcsarr. The treatment should be
finished. 1f possible, by massaging
t'i face with t.
YE TOWNE GOSSIP
(Beststeres U. 8.
t P OTB. wai
WHERE TTTKRtrs a steep ML
...
THE KIDS got out.
WITH THSIR red wagons.
AND THEME'S a mother.
THAT I know.
tD HER baby
OF A few months.
WD HE had a wagon.
V 1TH cord.
WOMAN AVOIDS
AN OPERATION
Hope Nearly Goae, bat Ly& L
Finklam's Vegetable Ceaponnd
Saved Her
Star, N. C "My monthly "spsBs
gave me so much trouble, sometimes
Bioey wuuju ov
two weens, xwbb
treated by two
doctors without
relief and tbey
both said I wooki
have to have an
operation. I had
my trouble four
vears and 'was
anfit to do any
thing and nan
given np all hope
of ever setting
any better. I read abootyuur medjcip
m the 'Primitive Baptist paper and
decided to try it. I have used Lydia
E. Pmkham's Vegetable Compound
and Lydia E. Pickham's Liver Pais
for about seven months and now I
am able to do my work. I shall never
foreet your medicine and you may
publish this if you want to as it
true. ' ' Mrs. J. F. HcKSBT,Star,N.C
Here is another woman who adds
her testimony to the many wboselet
terswe have already rmoshe4 prov
ing that Lydia E. Pmkham's Vege
table Compound often restores hearth
to suffering women even after they
have gene so far that an operation is
deemed advisable. Therefore ttwfll
sorely pay any woman who suffers
from such ailments to try ft. I
STOMACH UPSET?
Get at the Real Cause Take
Dr. Edwards' CHive Tablets
That's what thousands of stomach
rjfferers are doing now Instead of
taking tonics, or trying to patch up a
poor digestion, they are attacking the
real cause of the ailment clogged
hver and Disordered bowels.
Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets arowe
the liver in a soothing, healing way.
When the fiver and bowels are per
forming their natural functions, away
goes indigestion and stomach troubles.
Have you a bad taste, costal
tongue, poor appetite, a lary, don't
care f effing, no ambition or energy,
trouble with undigested cods? TSse
Olive Tablets, the substitute forcakaneL
Dr. Echrards' Ofive Tablets are a
purely vegetable compound railed with
ok ve oil. You will know them by their
ohvecokr. They do the work without
griping, cramps or pain.
Take one or two at bedtime for quick
relief. Eat what you Hke. 15c and 30c,
Old Folks1 Coughs
win be reSevea ammitfs by PaoV Steps
throt tidne; reBeves uiUstim. Tee remedy
tested by more then arty years of sseis
PISO'S
Guticura Soap
-IS IDEAL-
For the Hands
H YOU
RHEUMATISM
wffsrwrth
TAKE PRESCRIPTION
A cocstttotlon.: tre.tn.BJt J?
.ad soot ft IHMlre. th. jceo. ee-
the joint. .nd 4rv ,biJ",L.;?SrJSstoJ
omtgiae or Mm poelpsii: OT
Essef &eai3dA.sdl8mSt-,Kei!lort
KTrtrra sliVB fads in the
treatment of ITCH, BCZSSLS,
BJNOWOBJ4.TETTEK
erotaer
as scut mil isni jrrn
.tdnifnlsu. or direct from
his isrl ilWTirl T-
LLIIckantl
IPaH
By EDNA KENT FORBES
This powder will olear the pore
of all waste matter (not necessarily
dirt) which distends them and gives
the akin a coarse appearance. The
powder Itself is astringent and will
draw op the pores. Ice is always
excellent for finishing. I have seen
this simple powder work wonders on
the worst complexion.
A Grateful Friend Irs practically i
i impossible to nuke wide fat hands '
into narrow, deader ones. Of course j
If you are too fat, jronr hands will !
reduce as roar body does. Often this
makes an enormous ehanffa in the
shape, of the lingers. ;
Mies Marie D. TJse qsite a bit of
oil on the scalp if the hair Is dry 1
and brittle, particularly before yon (
shampoo. Send me a letter with a 1
self-addressed, stamped envelope en- '
closed, for directions for an excel- '
lent hair tonic
Mickey I should say that the pro- :
Sriety of your speaking first to the
oy, or the boy speaking first, would '
depend upon whether you already
know him or not. Tea. eating less
of everything win reduce -yoo or ,
eating only the foods which do not
produce so much fat. I can send you I
a list of these if yon send me a 1
stamped and self -addressed envolope.
Terribly Worried To have evi
dently let yourself get Into a bad
condition from overeating, or eat
inr the wrong sort of foods. Diet.
exercise, drink a lot of water, eat
yeast cakes to purtry tne mood.
By K. C. B.
Patent Ofttee.)
AMJ THE baby.
WAS IX the 'wagon.
AVD I said.
-IF TfltT like.
rax DRAW It.
ATVD TUH aether said.
H'HV. GHH-TAIXLY.
-TelPHB VHRT ktad.-
ANIJ W8 started.
JlSO THHBWS a U1L
A MTTLU bill.
A7B rr was rocky.
.
AXB I west over It.
OX LOW.
AXD HOWHHR It bappened.
...
I BS.VT ksow.
...
BUT JUST ae the wagon
... CAUGHT UP to rae.
I SLIITKl).
...
AXB SAT dowH In It.
RI6RT OX tke baby.
m m
reel It
IJKB A tire.
WHSC IT'S netting soft.
...
AT) IX a smlBSte.
...
WHMft XT sat Its breath.
m
IT SOiKAMKU.
...
AXB THB sether.
had surPSfl ewB,
AXO I ssokM ker bp.
AXD CHASBO tke wacon.
WHICH WAS running away.
AXD CAB6HT K.
AXD TOGHTHBK.
.
WB TOOK ILkome,
m
AXD WHHX 1 left.
THB M8THKR sasd.
"IS" THB baby Uvea.
TT WAS kind of yea.
fTO DRAW It arvuad."
AXD WK botk fetaghed.
...
I TH ASK yoo.
i 14 Years Ago Today
From Tke Herald at This Date. 1908.
r-iAKTA ya saseeajrer train No.
7) eastboond, ran Into the ditch at
ire, uun Vfe uvw-
qserque. last night. The entire train
left tke track and rolled down the
bigk embankment. There was no loss
of life, bnt a number of trainmen and
naaseneera were severely Injured.
A new five story office building
wuea will be modern in every re
spect and absolutely fireproof will be
built by R. B. Stevens at the northeast i
corner of Mesa avenue and Texas
street. Negotiations are now betne
carried on by which the Bio Grande
Valley Bask a: Trust company will
occupy tke corner of the new struc
ture. Real estate firms will probably
take as the balance of tke first floor.
The foBawtes tteket has announced
Fill Out With Pencil
Trace the Eses and jooU see here
One who was a pieneer.
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Draw from 1 to
end.
and so oa te the
f Picturesque Mexico: Zacatecas
CATHEDRA!, in Zacatecaa, one of
tke finest In Mexico. The closeup
of the facade gives an example of
the exquisite work on some of the j
emirehes in Mexico, xnia beautiful
building was begun in 1612 and is
net only one of the most magnificent,
but Is also one of the largest in
Mexico. It has three main altars and
service Is held continuously in the
mammoth structure. From its tall
towers a wonderful view is had of
the hnls surrounding.
Owing to the richness of the mines
la the Zaeatacas district, the church
In Its early days was able to command
untold wealth aad Its furnishings
ware the wonder of the times. Today,
however, much of the costly atnff has
disappeared and even the altar rail
for the respective offices at the en
suing dty election, suoleet to the
Democratic primary: For mayor.
Joseph U. Sweeney: alderman first
ward. W. K. Lowe and W. C Harvle:
alderman second ward. Wm. Laven-
tnre ana n. H- carson; aMermaji uura
ward, J. B. Brady aad W. F. Robinson;
aldermen wartn ward. Ham situoen
thai and W. I Peabody: city treas
urer. L. M. Turner; dty recorder, A. S.
J. Bylar.
The old baseball park In the south
end sf SI Paso wtU soon be occupied
by the plant of the Perfection Con
crete MasafaetarlBg company. This
company was incorporated aad will
M maaacan By an rasp people.
The soliciting committees far the
banaaet to ambassador Kartoae C.
Creel met this moraine at the cham
ber of commerce. E. Iloye, D. t
Parne. J. F. Williams and W. 8. An
derson ceaetitate one committee.
while J. A. Hasper, H. B. Stevens. E.
B. Neff and J. A. Dlek form the other.
C B. Bddy. the actual builder of the
Kl Paso & Northeastern railway and
a large property holder in this dty.
arrived after an absence of several
months from El Paso.
Kx-oov. D. K. Frauds, of St. Louis.
will arrive here In a few days, accom
panied by a party of friends en route
to Mexico, to present to president
Diaz, a medal from the United States
la recognition of Mexico's display at
the world s xair. news oi ma coming
was brought here In a telegram to
alderman aad ex-mayor B. F. Ham
meu. Mrs. Eugene Mitchell returned from
six weeks vlait in Minneapolis,
Chicago and St. Louis.
Hogwallow Locals
By DUXK BOTTS.
KSXj;
THE stovepipe at the Sye Straw store
has been smokies so this wek so-
body ceatd stay in tie soase Barety.
The depsty eoBstaUe has bees at weik
oa the case and heUeves the ekhsney
is stopped Tap.
Saz Barlow has shst at the squhreb
in Gander creek bettem so aaeh he
has them se they are even afraid of
Cricket Hfckj.
Sim FHaders has a good horse fer
sale or trade. The animal is perfectly
gentle and is geared jast 2 boat right
for f Basra! processions.
I
Mask and Civil Ball
Grreo at Women's Cl.b rrldy( Jut.
7, lost, S p. m.
Prises for best costumes and best
dancers. Exhibition dancing hr Pror.
B. Hoffmen, prominent In the daadac
circles of New Tork Cttr. u4 his danc
ing partner. Xls B. Litchfield. Oeod
danesvs wui be present for tbeee with
out partners. Satertaismeat sad
rood time .re sssured. Ton cannot af
ford to ratCT It. Join tbe cpnrd and
come either Trlth or nlthout m.sk.
ADUISSION
f'minle. 1 OA Eitrs. Lsdr. tSo
ings, reouted to be solid silver, are
admittedly only nickel plated.
One of the original embellishments
was a solid silver fount valued at
more
than 100.00 pesos. As the
mines were taxed & certain percent
of tbelr output for the church, the
wealth or the cnurcn in zacatecaa be
came so great at one time that
Europe waa searched for expensive
paintings and altar decorations.
The richly carved facade is said by
Terry to be the finest in Mexico. In
Spanish colonial days, the candelabra
were of solid gold and silver. Where
this valuable stuff went nobody
knows today, but. Ilka the costly
equipment of the Mexico City cathe
dral, it disappeared about the time
church and state were separated in
Mexico. O. A. M.
Tesserrewi Lake Cfrapsla,
iHOR-OSCOPE
SATURDAY, JAMJARI 8. 1S2L '
MERCTJRT dominates today in
planetary rule, according to as
trology. The planet is in a
strongly beneflc aspect.
The sway is read
presaging
trameadoBB business for tmbli
icilaners.
whether they nroduce books, neriodi'
cals or newspapers. New minds will
contribute to a year of supreme pros
perity. This should be a favorable rule
under which to sign Important state
documents. One that will bear a sig
nature of president Wilson will be
come more famous than any since the
declaration of war.
Contracts entered into during this
direction of the stars should be for
tunate to all concerned, if they are
completed today.
Irrigation is to be widely dlacassed
In the coming year which should bo
favorable to colonisation enterprises
in this country.
Many signs point to the advisability
of the American people tumiag away
from cities to till the land. The wast
is to benefit greatly.
Diplomacy has the best sort of a
leading at this time. Americans are
to gals cleverness in this branch of
statecraft and a young man will
gain sudden fame before the aatumc
Mercury is in an aspect that fore
shadows much stress on personality
in public affairs and while the signs
are all good for the incoming admin
istration there may be too mock
character analysis to accord with old
standards of journalism, the seers
prophesy.
Activity in naval and military af
faire Is forecast for Great Britain
next spring.
Flreo will multiply at tnis time
and schools
snonia
especially
aafesntardod.
Persons whoso
blrtbdate it Is
r
ELLANAY
LYONS AND MORAN
In "FIXED BY GEORGE"
And New Pathe Weekly.
Airplanes Aviation
J. L. 6 All Metal Plane, 6 passengers and pilot Stand
ards with Hispano Suiza Motors 2 passengers and
pilots, Curtk J.N. 4-D.
G. l-I. Flebbe, representing the Mercury Aviation Co.,
of Los Angeles, Calif., will appreciate interviews with
those contemplating the establishment of passenger serv-
ice by air. Temporary address. Hotel Paso Del Norte.
Patter And Chatter
By S. E.
It's Neoer a Mailer of Luck.
HOBATIO BRAGG, the mUHeaalre,
Says Inefc Is nothing but a -
tloni -Saeeeu
is for the ones who dare.
Or sues 1. Mr. Brass's eenTletien.
"It isn't lutk at all," says hcv
That mutes me rleh or keeps yoa
nnderi
I rose from wretched peverty.
But not through any luefcy number.
THjeHBS no sueh thing as loek at
1 "n
It one man has to serve als
brother.
It .Imply proTes that one is small.
While grreatnes lies wHhla the
other.
I.nek never, earned a ehanee turn
For good or iU. for trrlef or ptea.nre.
We get exnetly what we earai
Wise effort I. the only measure."
IT HAS A CBRTAIN ISFLBBNCB. ,
Perhaps it Is true that money never mad a man groat, but It has caused
people to forget many a man's llttlenees.
JHST A WILD GTOSS.
A Missouri paper says: The stork visited at Dave Howard's s few days
ago and left a fine baby, a boy er a girl, but w havem t leaned wnlcn.
xor ixciJ-VBn to sEOlaix. . . ...
The average man Is verfeetly willing, after he has mad a lucky mistake,
to have it referred to us "a stroke of genius-
KVEX ON THB IOBD'5 DAT.
A fanatic Is a fool who wants other people to help him suffer th conse
quences of his folly.
Secrets Of The
1 Modes Revealed
Q.1
How In the socaHed "soft fonta"
or rrlTt fonu effect ue
eurcd In vletnresf
A. Arthur TMUU a eftzaMvaaa on
the Pacific coast, ealla bis IsveatloB
tho velT6t loess." It eoBtets of a.
sqa&re of fin glMsu placed over the
earner a leas vpoa which la sprayed
a solution of glycerine and water.
Todd also secures the soft artistic
effects by pbtttorapfelag' through a
chemical treated screen. Soft effects
of this natere are also secured by
haviae a less last a trifle out cf focus
and also by the photOETraphins'
through very fine sfUc.
Q. What famous character actor
besaa his theatrical career vrhen he
was eleren years eld as a stage
hand at Si. cents per nlfchtf
A. Ison Cheney, who began his
stage career Is spite of the protests
of his family la his borne town of
Colorado Springs, Colo.
Cl. Who la the beautiful morlusr
picture aeiresa who recently refesed:
a rertnne because tae terms ot the
will required her to sriTe up motion
picture work?
A. Irene Rich, who probably fig
ured that her face was her fortune
and that she did not need sny addi
tional fortune.
Q What prominent authoress has
a niece who makes her screen debut
la the picture "N'obfesse OMfcrer
A. Gertrude Athertoa's niece. Her
name is Jane Atherton.
Q What photoplay director has
written a number of musical selec
tions which are used In the fellies T
A. Victor SchertiinseT. Copyright,
ltJl. Thompson Feature Serrlce.
Who Is the younf est star la motion
pictures. The name of this actress
wHl be rerealed in tomorrow department-
should avoid all business ventures.
Attention to business will pay well.
Children bora on this day may be
clever and resourceful. These sub
jects of Capricorn usually make suc
cess with great rapidity and are
popular with the opposite sex. al
though not necessarily successful In
marrtage. Copyright. 1931. by the
McOure Newspaper Syndicate.
Questions And Answers.
QDocs Warren 6. Bardtne; have
vthe Hjcht to be a senate,; and an
elected president at the same
timer X X.
A. It would not be possible for a
man to be a senator and a president
of the United States at the same time.
At this time Mr. Hardlne te only president-elect,
the office orpresident be
ing held by president Wilson, whose
term ef office will not expire until
Xarcfc 4. 1921. By that time Mr. Har-
s term as senator wui also nave
H- 1 saw In a imWebook to TEtagara
FsHs the statement that in the year
the falU ran dry. riease inform
me the reason of this. W. T.
A. The winter of 1847-1848 was ex
traordinarily severe in this country.
Heavy loe formed In Lake Erie. When
it was broken up during the latter
part of March, the winds swept the
lee Into the entrance of the Niagara
river at Buffalo, where It jammed in
a solid mass, completely choking the
outlet of Lake Brie, with tfie result
that on March 29, 1848. the falls of
Niagara were practically dry.
Q. Who sugsested the ebserrutfon
of Arbor day and how generally is It
celebrated? II. J. P.
A. B. G. Northrop, while secretary
of the Connecticut board of education
is 1866 directed an annual planting
of trees under state direction. J.
Sterling Morton was probably the
first, however, to propose the setting
LAST T
3 DAYS!
VIVIAN MARTIN
la "SONG OF THE SOUL"
Aad LARRY SEM0N in "THE SPORTSMAN"
POSITIVELY
LAST DAY!
KISHB.
T
HB IMnkteys have a little ear.
Pleked np one day, haK-starvea
and bleodyi
It now sleeps oa a bed of far.
And never gets its tootsies muddy.
It rMes bcsMe Its mistress when
She gees in style to have an airing.
And barbs at stray eurs, new and then.
That Has along, no rfbbena wear
ing. THB dag thst ha. beeeme a pet, 1
And every day 1. bathed aad
scented. t
So dewbt made elever plans to get
Awv fram want and be contested. !
iAekf Is there snen a iiuci v,
Ifs talent and wtu feretheaght
mainly.
And If yon doubt, there's TMafcley
ear
To prove the matter very ptalnjy.
apart of a certain day annually for
the purpose, and In 1S7X. largely
through his efforts, the custom was
instituted in Nebraska. At present
Arbor day Is observed In nearly every
state In the United States. In some
states as a legal holiday, la others as
a school holiday. The exact date is
not uniform throughout the country.
Q. How many Reman OatfcoHes are
there In Franeef When were efaareh
and state Hrst separatedt I &.
A. Although there has bean no re
ligious census ofFrance since 1(72.
It Is estimated that about three
foarths of the people today are at
least nominally Kosnaa Catholics. No
religion is now rscogaised by the
state. Under the law promulgated on
December a, 13.. the church was
separated from the state and th ad
herents of all creeds wer authorised
to form associations for public wor
ship. Q. Can sausage be made frem met
font F. F F.
A. The department of agriculture
saya that sausage -may be made from
mutton mixed with pork, in nrach the
same way as beef is used. A general
formula is: Mutton. 1 parts, lean,
fresh pork, t part: fat pork. 1 part;
salt and seasoning to taste. It can
a made Into cakes and cooked at
once, or packed in skins. Homemade I
sausage la usually kept frosen.
Q. Was Robert Morris, who aMed I
so greatly In financing the reveta-
uea, ever IB prison xer oeoir x. js.
A. BBbert Morris, a signer of the
Declaration of Independence, super
intendent of finance, and later United
States senator, was fn a debtor's
prison In Philadelphia from February
IJOU
Last Showing
HURRY!!
EUGENE O'BRIEN
la His New Pictare
"Broadway and Home"
Tbe "Best" 0'Briea Profadioa Seea
Here.
TOMORROW!!
SHIRLEY MASON
la Her Latest "Fox" Feaiare
"Tke Girl of My Heart"
From Frances Marion Mits&eifs story,
"Joan of Raiabow Springs."
JHt SHADOW ART
OPHELIA)
Those ho pUq nnth fire mm
"The Devil to Pay"
He was hauled; kit sod was wrecked,
because be played with fire and sought
to place the gait oa the head of another
2. i JfT i "I'l" '"elndleic Reaert MeKIss. sasvevt ef eew Falr
haaks. 'Mark of Zerrei" Rev Stewart, star at -We.len.rr.i- Jeaeah
DovrUns of "Mlraele Man" faatet rrttst Brsinette. atar ef saar se
eessesi Georse Fblier, star ef Clvfllsarlea.
MRS. SIDNEY "THE UNCONVENTIONAL
DREW Presents MA1DA GREENWOOD"
One of Tkeae Make-Tea-Feel-Geea-AII-Over CemeSJes.
For Price
For Reductions
OUR BACK TO
NORMAL SALE
is without a parallel in this whole city's
line up of sales. The town is full of sales
and each sale is full of promises and
we can't blame you a lot for not know
ing which way to turn to save money.
We do say, however, that when you can
buy clothes of reputation such as SO
CIETY BEAM), ADLER-ROCHESTER
and CAMBRIDGE SUITS and OVER
COATS at prices that are asked for auc
tion goods, and inferior makes why
hesitate? These clothes for reductions
and for the quality of goods haven't any
near competitors.
$35
$45
$50
Suits
$60
Suits
Reduced Prices on Interwoven Hose
Lisles and Silks.
mm
It. 1791, until August 2. 181. fol
lowing disastrous business specula
tions. Tenement, fin Investment. Lee Xew
aan, tenement specialist. Ph. 46M.-Adv
Kodak Finishing. Bee GandaraAdv.
NOW SHOWING
A TALE AS RICH AS A
MAN'S HEART AS LARGE
AS THE SOUL OF A WOMAN
Bert os Heists Travetsfse.
SPEOAL '19P II '
COMEDY &n,
Syapsoav Two featarrs
9e,ra seated a. the
4 TmvtS Daly. Palaee Theatre
Overtax C, screen fer 3
"orpheus." ,':",:tr"
SCHOOL OF DANCING
Prof, aad Mrs. Redford
AND
Two Lady Asusiaats
Private Lessens Any Tlaee.
rVe Teach All Kinds of DanHaa;.
Studio 5eH s. El Paso St.
Oppeette Del N.rtr Hotel.
Call or Phone 475.
"Park Your Cares"
Today & Friday
Only
For Value
$50
Overcoats
$60
Overcoats
9F DAY
8EBE
DANIELS
"Ysi Never
Can Tell"
That cssmV sf cetrat
STARTING
TOMORROW
NEAL HART
k a Pictare wirk 'patch'
"Skyfire"
r
I
Abe
THE SON OF
TARZAN."
WIGWAM
The Epic of the Pictures,
"THE FORTUNE
TELLER"
With the fasBoas Broadway star
MARJORIE RAMBEAU.
k b eae ef the greatest adapta
iieBS fer the screea aad is prov
isf very pesMtkr.
Ako
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