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IKE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, MARCH 9. 1914.
Another Paris Creation ,
How to Use Auto-Sugtfcstion
As An Aid to Your Charms
DESCRIBED BY OLIVETTE
"THE KING OF DIAMONDS"
A Thrilling Story of a Modern Monte Cristo
This is c splendid Idea, but don't lie so
nice to other people that you can't b
nlco to yourself. Treat your body so M
to make !t beautiful, but match your
mind with your body. It la all a question
if harmony harmony of line, harmony
of color and harmony of conception. But
your conception must bo subtlo. In ar:
von lenrn tAchnlmiiv which nf-m ihi. twv .
trait has been completed you must hldo i
cleverly. And so you must loam to ludi-1
the technique of looks o you may knv.v t
nnd understand how to miiko'-the-.mo: '
of your charms, but don't allow your'
technique to bo apparent or you w ill be
dubbed a poseur for your pains.
And now how to hide this technique '
Cultivate sincerity. After all you ci:i j
always bo real und yet bo interacting. An
unusual manner, thought out carofully
and liberally powdered with n charm all
your own. Is hypnotizing, and men, for
getting everything else but your peculiar
fascination call you beautiful,
"Don't you all see what I mean? Make
yourself so attractlvo to yourself that
you are never lonely In your own com
panionship. AValk along a crowded thor
oughfare and say to yourself; "How welt
I am looking today,' and watch the peo
pie stare at you. I have known of people
personalty who have thought and
worked out beauty by this method jf
auto-suggestion for some time, and c-
BY LOUIS TRACY.
You Can Begin This
Great Story To-day
by Reading This
Philip Anson, a boy of 15, o, good birth
and breeding, finds himself an orphan
and In dire poverty, his mother having
Just died. A terrific storm sweeps over
London, Just ut this time, and the boy
saves the llf" of u little girl, but Is
abused and duffed by u man, who says
he Is the Rtrl's guardian, nnd whose name
ts Lord Vanstono. 1'hlllp returns to the
place where hli mother had died, deter
mined to commit suicide, but just at
this time a terrific flash of lightning Is
followed by the fall of a meteor In tho
courtyard of Johnson's Mews, the home
of tho boy, and ho takes It as a sign
from heaven, lie picks up several bits
of the meteor and takes them to a dia
mond dealer, named Isaacstcln, The
broker recognises the bits as matnorlo
dlrmonds, and has Philip taken In charge
by the police. At tho prison Philip gives
the name of Norland, having otten that
from some letters his mother left, Iody
Morland, dining In a restaurant, reads
of the boy's arrest In a paper, and sots
about to discover hi antecedents.
Philip succeeds in establishing his own?
crshln of the diamonds, and make
Irter.as with the magistrate. On his re
lease ho enters Into an arrangement with
Ituacateln to sell the diamonds for him,
and then cstabllrhea himself at a first
class hotel, from where ho arranges for
tho purchase of the property of John
son's Mews. He has nn adventuro thero
that results In his making friend with a
policeman named Bradley, a green grocer
and an old Junk dealer named O'Urlcn.
Also, he makes an enemy of a desperate,
criminal named Jocky Mason. After he
lias arranged for an Interview with Sir,
Abingdon, the poltco magistrate, he goes
for a stroll, and encounters Uradley and
his wife. A few plcsant words with the
policeman left Philip free to call on Mr.
Abingdon, where he told the magistrate
his story In full, and usked him ta take
the responsible position at guardian, Mr.
Abingdon was Interested, and that night
Philip received a telegram from Ieaao
stcln that his mission to Amsterdam had
been successful. This close the firm
epoch of tho tale. Now opens the story
of the mature Philip Alison.
A tall man, whom a policeman spotted
as a tlcket-of-leave man, visited the
Mary Anson Home for Destitute Doys,
which occupied the site of Johnson's
Mews and the old Junk store. He was
shown around the line building by an
aged veteran of the Crimean war. O'JJrion,
for It was he, explained to tho stranger
how the home came to be built, but was
disgusted when the man cursed violently
at the mention of the boy who had be
come king of diamonds. Philip Anson In
his home that night confessed to Abing
don that he knew himself to be nophew
of Sir Philip Morland He told of hU
mother's cruel treatment by her brother,
and of the 'rebuffs alio hud met from Mr
Philip s wire, who sought to make her
noil heir to t!i estate, and of th6 Part
played by Hharpe tt Smith, the solicitors
In the case. Phllln decides to drop hego-
nations wun me lawyers, ana aiur.is cor
his club. A tall man, who hue been
watching him, (juration u servant, and
leaves. Philip's driver nearly collides
with a passing cab. At his club Philip Is
Induced to buy some stalls folr a benefit
concert to bo given at a inualo hall. On
his walk homo ho nasses the music hall.
and Is attracted by two men. who watch
a young woman get Into a cab, and over
hears the address sho gives, ills sus
picions are aroused, and he secures a cab
to follow when the two men drive after
tho first cab In a brougham. At an open
street the first cab drives into an oo
striictlon. The two men In the brougham
endeavor to persuado the girl to drive
nway with tnem, nut rniup intervenes,
and sends them about their business. He
then Induces tho young woman to" take
his cab home. Ho learns lior namn is
Kllen Atherly, and gives her his cab, Sho
Is to sing at tho concert for which ho. has
Now Read On
y y f y ?
1013, Edward J, Clodo.
Miss Meredith in two clionulog poses.
"Hy MAIJDE MILLER.
'It's- hard to be original and yet&tell
the truth, isn't it?" said -.Annq Meredith,
who la playing Mrs. Vincent In "The Ituie
of Tqreo" at the Harris theater. "And as
for beauty,, beauty Ilea entirely within
the limits of your own" territory. No out
door walks, no skin tonlos, no sleep pro
scriptions are going to do any good un
less you are good to yourself.
"Some up-to-datq people call this very
xiinplo process auto-suggestion. Well, let
mo tell you what this nuto-suggcstlon
will do for you. There is no limit to the
things It can be, used for, after you have
learned how to attain it, use it and hold
"Moat girls believe In being nice to
other people that their good looks will
shine right out on their countenances.
tually thoy have oven accomplished such
results as compelling- a thin mouth to
look full. I bellovo that it la possible
to think beauty right out from tho in
side Thought Is powerful enough to do
anything, anywhere, anytime, if It Is
only trained to concentrate."
The Romance of Italian Politics
By RKV. THOMAS 1$. GREGORY.
Ladies! Look Young
Darken Gray Hair
Use Grandma's Sage Tea and
Sulphur Recipe and nobody
can tell. Brush it through hair
Gray hair, however handsome, denote
advancing age. We all know the advan
tagss of a youthful appearance. Tour
hair Is your charm. It maker) or mars
the face. When It fadee, turns gray and
looks dry, wiapy and scraggly, Just a
few applications of Sage Tea and Sulphur
enhances its appearance a hundred-fold.
Don't stay gray! Look young! Eft her
prepare the tonic at home or get from
any drug store a SO cent bottle
"Wyeth'a Base and Sulphur Hair Rem
edy." Thoiisands pf folks recommend this
ready-to-use preparation, because It dark
ens the hair beautifully and removes
dandruff, stops' .icalp itching and falling
hair; besides, no one can possibly tell,
as It darkens so naturally and evenly.
You moisten a sponge or soft brush with
The Jlomun republic, proclaimed sixty
five years ago, February 9, 1SI9, was a,
bit of political romance such aa It would
be difficult to dupllcato in all history.
As Mlnena is ie-
putetl to have
from the cleft
brow of Jove, the
from the brain I
Fired by tho im
of Mazzlni, the
demanded a demo
cratic government .
out with the fearful flamor, escaped, dj3.
gulBed, to Oaota; and the populace fwere
supreme. A Roman national assembly
voted down the temporal power and de
clared a' republic -ln the name of God
and the people "
In spite of Mazzlnl'ti heroic efforts to
curb the people, their feelings ran riot
It. drawing this through the hair, taking and many strange things took plaee. To
one small strand at a time. By morning i the pope at Qaeta they sent tho message!
the gray hair disappears; after another j "When you left Rome by one gate the
application or two, Jta natural color Ii Bible and liberty came In by another,
restored and it becomes thick, glossy and ! and there was no more room for you "
lustrous, and you appear years younger. In mobs the people ran wildly about the
und taking the confessionals out of the
churches and piling them in the streets
to be burned, from which fate they were
only saved by tho quick and determined
action of the papal police.
Mazzlni, the guiding spirit of the move
ment whlh resulted In the proclamation
j'jf tho republic, finally got tho upner
i hand of the rioters, and brought a fairly
decent order out of the chaos,
Itut the Roman rupubl.c wan destined
to a very brief existence. Another ro
J public, on the thither side of the Alps,
camo to tho pope's assistance. Napoleon
III assumed the task of re-establishing
the temporal power by force of arms.
Garibaldi stood him off for quite a time,
defeating tho French and Neapolitan
forces In handsome fashion. Chagrined
i by these defeats, Napoleon sent a fresh
'and more powerful force, which beslegod
' Rome and finally compelled Its surrender
on June 30.
The duration of the republic was four
months and nineteen days from the 9th
of February to tho noth of June-a brief
existence. Indeed; yet well calculated to
make us think. Italy Is today a. mon
archy, hut U ' moro than likely that
had Napoleon III remained Inactive Italy
would now be a republic. Thus may we
see the ways In which history is made.
class audience, auch as gathered 'o tvc
ship Him violinist. , ,
;Muthor. dear.'' ihe cried, "this la Mr
Aijeon, who very kindly earner to my as-
sltftanco when a cabman gave mo some
trouble last night."
Mir. Atherley anvn him a pleasant
grrotlng, but turned to her daughter.
"Why didn't you tell mo of any dispute
when you returned home? You know
how nervous I am whan you are out a
Tho girl laughed merrily-
"You have nhswe'red your own ques
tion, cnrlsslma. Thnt Is precisely why ,1
did not tell you."
"Mt Atlierlov wits rood T.ouh ta
permit mo t meet you hero after the
concort," put In Philip, "so that t might
add my assurances to her own that the.
affair wsh of no eonrcquenco. It Is cuvly
yet. Will you corno with me for somo
supper, and thun give me a qhance fit
telling you how much I enjoyed your
Wise Philip, to pay court to the mother.
Mrs. Athrrloy. in no way deceived, yet
gratified by the deference shown to her,
gav th s'rl a questioning glance.
'Oh, do let tis go. rnammn! I am
famished. T candidly admit It, Mr. Anson,
I have subsisted since luncheon without
"Wo will b delighted-" began the
older lady, but her attention was at
tracted by tho footman holding opn the
door of the carriage.
"Is that carriage yours?" she said to
Philip. ' . '
"Where do we sup?"
"At the Savoy."
, Hhr. flushed slightly.
"Not the Bavoy," sh faltererl.
"Why not. mothr?" cried the . girl,
spiritedly. "Mr. Anson, my mother dots
not care to meet associates of of other
days. I tell her she thinks far too much
of these considerations. Why should she
teas to face them simply because we an
"1 think. Mrs. Atherley," he said,
quietly, "that you are very rich, far
richer than many a mere dc famltle we
shall meet at the restaurant."
This neat compliment turned the scale
of tho mother's hesitation. Indeed, nhe
might well be proud of her beautiful
The two ladles seated thcmMlve In th
luxurious landou with an ease that
showed familiarity, but Mrs. Atherley.
being a woman, could not help being
troubled In the matter of dress.
"Tho Bavoyl" sho murmured, as tttft,
rubber-tired vehicle gilded away. nols
lessly. "I haw not been there for years.
And people at supper are always, .at
tired so fashionably. Could we not"'
Tho girl put her arm around her waist.
"Just for once, mamma, you shall not
care a Utile bit. and none may ue me
wiser. Here la Mr. Anson quit an ele
gant himself he would never guess that
our gowns were home-made."
The women, dear one, Tney win
'Oh. you deceiver! Tou said my toilet
wan perfect, and I am quite suro youra
Tills logic was Incontrovertable. Mrs.
Atherley sighed, and asked what took
place the previous night,
Phllln Imagined that the girl hung
bark, so he boldly undertook an explana
tion. By describing the cabman - ap
parently Intoxicated, and certainly Im
pudent, ho covered a good deal of
ground, and the rest was easy.
When they reached the Savoy the
anxious mother had relegated tno in
cldent to tho Umbo of unimportant
llilnfra "knit, r, H A Vt matter inlllltftll
hei the somewhat unconventional origin I Hy WILLIAM F. KIRK.
of her Caughler's acquaintance with this I I have been reeding a lot about this
pleasant-mannered young gentleman. Mexican bandit Zapata, sad Pa, it a upe
At last the winter's favorite--tho hat of black velvet la being
.dlnplaccd by tho bright-colored chapoau or nprln$.
Wo show you-today a model of straw which comog with the ac
claim of French recommendation. It, Is of old ppo plcot, which In
always soft and rich In effect. f Tho brim swoops upward In front,
making a high point, at tho top of which Is disposed a Vpuff" of
ostrjeh feathers In the same tone OLIVETtK.
Little Bobbie's Ea
eitv. deseqratlng churches and shrines
Anent thr HrlNMndr Woman,
Miss Catstlc Ypur friend, Kmyth.
brags that ho is a self-made man. You
never hear a self-made woman boasting
Mr. fntlc-No. They like every one to
think it s natural.
Her first song wa Coring Thomas' "A
Rummer Night." Instantly It war. per
ceptible that her volco (was true, thp out
pouring of a soul. In 'volume it was In
HO way remarkable, but ita melodious
cadence was fresh. Innocent, virginal
The notes were thoso of a Joyous bird,
Anson, biased by other sentiments
thought he had never heard her equal,
but his friend, after joining In his vlg
orous applause, gave him a douche of
"Th.e old utory," he growled; "a fine
artist retarded, perhaps spoiled, by the
need to make too early an appearance.
Bhe wants a year In Milan, another year
with Randegger or Leonl, nnd she might,
if all went well, ho a star."
His hearer chafed Inwardly, but only
hosarded the opinion that sho was al
ready a slpger of rare Intensity, while,
as for appearance
"Ah, there you are right." was th
ready rejoinder. "Thfl Gaiety is her right
place- She would be admirable In light
The coitversntlpn languished. The sug
gestion that Miss Atherley was tK-st
fitted for the stage was displeasing to
Philip, he scarce know why.
The girl was given a hearty encore, and
her next song was a simple, humorous
little ballad about a miller und a maid.
It was charmingly sung and acted. The
critic leaned bark In his chair and smiled
at Philip with the indulgent ulr of the
man who says:
"I told you so."
Koon Philip roso to go.
"Good 'heavens,' man, you do not Intend
to leavo before JoH'kcsy plays the sulto
in V minor?" queried his amazed acquaintance.
"Horry. I have an engagement." ;
Tin miltlcd thn hall Vis tall flcur rlv.
eting a good many eyes aa he made his
way toward an exit, One man, watching
htm from tlia gallery, smiled cynically
and rose at the samn time.
Philip found the foyer to bo practically
deserted. I In asked a policeman on duty
to call Mr, Anson's carriage from the
ranks, and a footmnn rsmn, quickly run
ning lest he had Incurred a reprimand
for not being on tho lookout for his mas
ter at tho entrance,
In a very little time Miss Atherley ap
peared, and with her a handsome, elderly
lady, who was quite obviously her
mother. The girl was radiant She never
expected a cordial .eceptlon from a high-
She was far too tactful to hint at such
s, point just then. It should be reserved
for home discussion.
Meanwhile, they were early arrivals.
Th head waiter marshaled them to a
window table. V, Atherley smiled; silo
knew her London.
"You wore sure we would accompany
you?" sho cried.
"Not at all sure; only hopefulV said
"Ah, well. It is good occasionally to
revisit tho old scenes. No, Elf, f will sit
hero,;, I will not be en face to the row- of
tables, Half a dozen people would cer
tainty recognize, me. and I do not wish
Klfl Tho name drove Philip's thoughts
backward Svltlt , bound back to a tor
rential night In n Iondnn square nnd the
tearing open of a carriage door lit time
to save a sweet little girl all robed In
white, who. but Tor htm, would have
fallen with an nvturned vehicle.
Elfi It was an unusual pet name. The
child of ten years ago would be about
the age of the lively and snlrltuelle girl
by his side, The child had faced hor ep
raged uncle on that memorable night:
the woman Jiad refuerd to leave him
when she thought danger threatened in
Could It be poirslhle! He was startled, bo
wlHcred, utterly dumfoundtd by even the
rmoto poMbl''tv thnt a'-other figure
from the past should coine before him In
"Mr. Anson! What hevo you found In
tho menu to porplox you so terribly? Does
danger lurk in the agneau du prlntcmpts!
I thsre a secret horror In the salmi?"
Kvelpn's raillery restored his scattered
"May I say something personal?" he In-
"bout the lamb?"
"About you? Mrs. Atherley called you i
'Klf Just now." '
"Yes. I regret that I earned thn title
In ages past. The habits have ceased,
but tho name remains."
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
. B,.rJ d0fn't think much or a love
letter If tlure Isn't a single blot on It
When a man's lotty Ideals get no hlghv
thun highballs, alas!
What the world doesn't know Is how
some people exist or why.
When a young widow Is wis nnd a
bachelor la otherwise it's up to the par
fon Chicago News.
has beon growing In my brain,
Well, sed Ma, givo the Idee plenty of
time to grow. Goodness knows a Idee
wud have plenty of room to stow ths.ru.
& plenty of lonely days & nltos,, 5la seJ,
I dq not need to let the Ideo grow anv
larger, sed Pa, It it developed now. Alt
I need now Is sum fdnds &q few bialv
men, & I am going: down Into Mexico 1:
rapture this Mexican bandit slncol
Ha, Hu, sed Mb. Ha, Ha, ITu.
Do you laff wen yuro huHband Is on
the brink of a gralvc, for nil you know?
sed Pa. Do you laff wen you know Unit
( am going almost alone into thn wild
of wllJost Mexico to ipstch my braties, k
curragn aggenst the worst bandit In the
Ha, Ha, Ha, d. Ma aggen. Oh, hus-
bond, doer, you arc too comlckal. 1
You do not seem to reellte that I am
In Jdly ornest, sed Ta. Why, he sed, I 1
have my plans so far advanced that 1 1
am now going down town ,to sep If I '
can get um rich man Interested In the
skeern, & Uien I shall call for a hundred
of the bralveet men In the city to go
wltlj ran. I don't know Jest what tlma
I will b hqam.
Then I kiow moar than you do, t
Ma. I know that you will bo hoam all
tho oevnlng. Thare will be no trip taken
t.nil. inv rimm v. h.rn Hnm la tvhntv. tht
heart Is, & yurn heart will bret around '
hern alt this long, drelltefnl rvning.
But 1 am It) dedly ernrst about this ,
plan of mine, ed Pa. .
4 I am l dedly crnest about yure Jitay i
(nc around the apartment tonlte, sed ma ,
Let these Mexicans thrash out than) ,
own trubbels. What If you shud go !
down to Mexico & git shot by this ter- j
ribul man. What would bcoaum of lttll ,
Bobbie & m?
I do not Intend to let. him kill inc. ut '
Pa. The long yeers I spent on the de j
ert in my erly manhood taught mo all i
the cunning of the plains. t
Oh, shaw, sed Ma, donnt tell jrto any
thing about the long yeers of yurn irly
manhood that you spent on the deert.
A man like you, sed Ma, wud nuvv-jr
spend much time in such a dry pluca
as a desert. I think that eeven in yirti
rly manhood you wud have dlod if you
had to go alt day without aumthlng trl' k
ling down yure deer neck. You are ni
desert child, Ma sed, & doant think that
you are going down town tonlte. J know
you. You Jest want a excuso to spent I VI
the nlto with tho boys, playing pokai-jor
b)lyards. ' ' , .. ,
Do you hear that. Cobby, sed Pa. V
is tha history of thp, wurld qMco tho be
ginning of ail time. ' Wen u grate patriot
rises up to do sunvthlng, Is alwoss
' . . t. W. . i ...
nampereu Dy a woman- no sraicv
stumbling block to nil' grate men, sed Fa
has been a woman. Mark Antony wid
have had nil Rohie If It hod not boui
fpr that hutlful queen of Kg'ypt. & hop
my buttfu queen rises up &. says that r
must not go ahed with my gTapd skeem
tp I)'!' Mexico.
Do you think -1 am a butiful queen
like Clcrpathy? Ma asked him.
You are moar butltu), sed Pe, &. Jett
You dser boy. sed Ma, ir you want
go down' town awpilq you may go.
Pa winked ot mo wen he was putting
on liU overcoat and hat.
t WiA.V f II
THE loothing, .Mint medi
cation In Rwnol Ointment
even- tiny pore of the skin, clem
it of impumiei. and stops' Itehlnr
Imuntly. Rejnp speedily heili
tcrenu, rhe$,rlnaworm sadotjier
eruptions and elcari away dWfigur
ine pimples and bUckheadi, when
other treatments prove a watte of
time and money.
Rsslnol is ot a Brlatnt, u a
actor's prrlptwi, ifclcT pfaVW
orfr Ita ouy for tt put mlaeCw"
ytsxfc Held hy MI oruaaWTwESl
ool, Baltimer. JJd. MtUlwSu&fiZ
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