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SHORT STORY FOR
IN THE MAID OF
The young man entered the carriage,
tanged the door shut and settled him
self comfortably with a sigh of relict
Opposite him sat a pensive young
woman In a bewildering gown of dully
white. The young man removed his
high hat and mopped his pcrsplrinj
brow lie adjusted uis no anu urumipii
the dust from Ms coat sleeve. Tl
carriage rattled briskly oer the pave-
menis; omsiue ihb eariy uicniggu
the streets with a,
"Well," said the young man, slrnlghl
cnlng himself nnd smiling at the girl,
anotner goon man gono wrong n.yery ,
time I assist at the weddings of these
reckless youths I feci somehow like an.
"We're getting to be arch consplr-
ators In the wedding line, arcnt wet
the girl laughed "It seems of lato
mm we me luiunu iubviuh m .-n
"Let's see," ho mused, "this Is the
third so far this month. Wo'ro
billty " I
"All my friends seem to bo going in
inr mammon), sue ram
"Mine, too ' he returned cheerfully.
"H men Is an indiscriminate old
I.K...I.. tin i.nl.liln. -Am kI.I. n.,.l tntl
And whin n man's married ho's as good
as lost to his frlcnds--at first, lie
"Hut they all come back to tho club
ami nnd the old life, don t they? nit!
.Most of them." he admitted.
"That's the man of It," she said.
"Marriage Is a lottery," ho said, lark
ing momentarily a moro original ob
'Pleasant the snaffles of courtship,
Impnnlng the manners and carriage,' ".the, bed.
she quoted. ,
"Hut the colt who Is wise will rc- For small curtains, sash curtain!,
fraln from the terrible thornblt of mar- itc, tho most popular decoration at
rlagc,' " he finished. It resent Is ribbon work, which Is used
"There seems to be a great many for all sorts of fabrics In floral nnd
lolts lacking wisdom," she remarked, ilbbon designs. For ery tlaborato
"And lots more willing to lack that rooms, where flowered damask Is used
commodity," he laughed. ifo Jtaperles, plain damask or heay
"Doesn't a wedding ever Impress catln with ribbon work dccorntlons Is
von as rather pathetic?" she asked. U(Glj ror Bnsu cllrtalns.
"Alna8," ho replied. 'Often heart-
re!l?.!n" . . Sleeve protectors are useful and
ell, mine shan the. Bhc said It practical things to make for church
"'"i,,b.C. lry,,r.y,Ch,CCr'' , , '"'" They are nothing more than
"That s the kind I should prefer for ,,ccp cuffg( whcn aro ttorn mer ho
mh' .!lr',l,lie"?.Vl i i. ... i f,covo aD,i 81PPC11 the hand.
"The service should be short." sho Tlloy aro to ,mve a BCa01)Cll cug(, at
... . , i ...... , tho top with simplest design under It,
oJrJl' ?f,?iivBh t0 b ,CW,,; " worl(c1 wllh "Uc, whether the linen
agreed cheerfully. Is dark blue, broftn or jellow. A seal-
7o helvso t" 1ll, cu,f H "ult0 n8 " "
"Second the motion " said he Ec,'o1 slrls nnd tl,08e cn8aBcd ln con'
Second the motion, said he.( .'tlnuous hours of writing find them a
She looked up quickly, then turned at saWng of dress sleeves.
1 cr ejes and watched the hurrylns ,. .. , .
crowds on the sidewalks. I , ' ""? ' " w.ho "PPWcUlc. the
"At high noon, nnd at the house," n"2'WOrlt , a fr'cn(1 n8,n glrt' Bomo
she mused. "Tho church Is too big and "f "ew llI1ca,8 for trying trnys arc
gloomy and solemn. Surely at tho P'ost PPJ?Prito. The trays ln ques-bouse-and
for decorations a few slm- ,!?" "e ,ho, rath" e" knowP iy.v
plo orchids." i w,tn "10 nl wden framework, nick-
"It's amailng how you o!cc lay sen- ", '!nn'!11,? nn.d tlle, bot1mi-1 ln,1;'lu
tlments," said he- , of tho tiling, thero is set In the frame-
Tho carriage swung around a corner ttork, n Plcco of embroidery, covered
and entered a more quiet street. Thu ' K'aB8 nnu "ckcd by wood, In tho
young roan flicked nn Imaginary hit of manner of an ordinary picture. Most
dust from his coaL beautiful trays can bo made in this
"That would bo a wedding." ho said. ttn " ' Plnln to ccn nw many
"You'd hae an orchestra behind somo IJias could bo carried out. For In-
palms on the broad stairs' wouldn't
"Yes, a string orchestra," she replied.
' Of course, of course a string or
chestra," said he.
"And a Jolly, Informal wedding
breakkfast and punch," she went on
"That's the Idea!" he said approving-
"And everyone who wept should bo
fined fho dollars," sho said.
"Make It ten," ho suggested. "Or
thirty days In tho House of Corcetlon.
The crime would warrant It." I
Sho laughed gayly,
It wouldn't bo a sombro affair, I'll
warrant jou," she aiucrted.
"I'll bet It wouldn't," she said en
thusiastically. no mopped his brow nervously and
looked covertly nt the girl opposite
SHAKESPEARE ACCORDING TO THE MOTORIST.
"And thereby hangi a
liltn Her cjcj were still turned from
"I d like to try a wedding of that
soro," he said I
"There wouldn't be a,ny ushers," she
1 remarked polntedh
"Certainly not," he snld "I fully
rcallra that I'd like to try It as as
"Why don't jou?" she asked faintly.
"Well, I would If 1 were sure of the
girl," ho said "You sec " He
"I'm afraid I don't see," she said
"You sec, tfhere's only one girl 1
want, and I don't dare ask her," he said
"Indeed!" she said coldly.
"There's only one girl I want," ho
.,,., j ,i..r...i ..,! .!,- .i,
one who hafI hcar(1 mc ralv al neiWingl
from (mo mmcmora,, rm atrM 8he
wouldn't believe I was serious "
The girl's face grew ery red.
"You you hatcn't railed at this
Imaginary one," she said without,
turning her eyes.
In an Dant lie , on (hc geal bo.
..TIlen vou w, raarry mcr lie fl,kC(l
Tll(; glrl prcsaC(1 ncr hot face against
tho window of the carriage
..Yo ,.,,,, 0 thoRht marrlago was
n a lottery, she faltered
"Well," ho said stoullr, "who would
n't risk a lottery chance It he knew ho
om ,lraw ,hc fn,,ta, prlzcr
Collar and cuff sets of ecru cmbrold.
red In French knots are hand done In
blue or other delicate color. They aro
(tit In deep points, each buttonholed In
The now n.ullts are the most fascinat
ing alfalrs of the kind we lime had for
a long time. They arc of whlto Jap
nncse silk delightfully light, though
filled thickly with down. They aro
just largo cnoush to coer tho inn nf
fiance, a wimo linen piece cmbroklei
td In whlto silk; an ecru linen in
white or cream or colored silk; a flow
ered linen or sntln ln colored silk;
trash In heavy floss, and so on. Tho
vuslgns may bo mado to suit the pup
poso of tho tray for a quaint Dutch
Ulnlng room; for an Invalid's use; for
the nursery. It Is an easy matter to
procure tho materials for this work.
Tiny all como complete, ready for "Be.
In tho embroidery store. The trajs
como In different sites and round and
Sir IMwIn Cornwall, chairman of the
London County Council, has Issued to
tho press a proposal for an internation
al congress of representatives of cap
ital having over 500,000 population, to
meet annunlly for the discussion of mil-
tala." "As You Llkt It."
People and Things
I T-f-f-f " ,
ANOTHER OF 'THE MANY BOOKS
RELATING TO WARM COUNTRIES
Dr. Chat. E. Woodruff's
"THE EFFECTS OF TROPICAL
LIGHT ON WHITE MEN."
The subject Is discussed with a thor
oughness and Independence which may
sometimes be taken for uogmatisni, ct-
pcclally a regards questions which In
tho sclcntlllc world aro still sub Ju
dime. Hut thcro Is copious referenco
to contemporary authorities, and tho
doctor evidently does not Intend that
oua of his statements shall go unveri
fied. Tho first chapters are devoted to the
adjustment of man to his environ
ment, variations of t)pe, sexual selec
tion and fco on,
hther waves, Including Infrared,
Hertzpon, actinic, radium and X-rays,
are gone Into quite thoroughly and
supply tho needed technical Informa
tion demanded by what follows.
Under "Action of Ether Waves on
Protoplasm" tho author touches on
nerve paralysis, sunstroke, retlnnl Irri
tation and color blindness It docs not
seem hard for Dr. Woodruff to provo
that nature had gradually pigmented
her skins for tho purpose of prevent
ing them from tho direct rnjs to which
they aro most subject, and so lu tho
"darker" countries wo havo the lighter
races the blondo type as an evolu
To thoo who lovo tho light It would
appear that the author places less val
ue upon It than ho should, for he ar
gues that darkness Is rather favorable
to life than otherwise, and that tho
tropics supply too much light for any
wiilte man ever adequately to live ill
them As examples he refers to
cave dwellers, miners, tho poor In huts
and tenements, the residents of the far
north, and the foetus, cited In rather a
If the poor Irish, who live In "llttlo
better than caves on the hillside", are
to be taken as physical types, we had
better glvo uu all our modern Ideas
about hygiene and revert to prlmttlve-
ness ir they anu all thosa cited are
the best types of health that can lie
produced, our modern advance Is no
advanco at all I
There are many meaty references
and suggestions which make tho book
very re'auablo and, lu a great measure,
atone for tho Bpeclal pleading
Major (Doctor) Woodruff, who Is a
surgeon ln the United Stntes Army,
has had kome experience In tho Phil
ipplncs. Ho says of tuberculosis thcro
"In spite of tho cxccsslvo light of
the Philippines and tho outdoor lite,
tuberculosis is there frightfully preva
lent among both natives and Ameri
cans. In the latter It Is a very rapid
and fatal disease, requiring Immediate.
1 removal home. They seem to have lost
I all rcslstanco from tho damage done
I by tho clime, so that the bacillus has
I no check."
I No doubt nitrogen starvation and
exposure havo dono more harm than
Regarding the psychic effect of light
red to yellow, the author revives uu
almost exploded theory.
Is the following true of the tropics?
"We know that obese people- often loso
weight In tho tropics and that obesity
Is very rare among ths I ullves."
"In the caso of leprosy It seems safe
to prophesy success from the uso of
short waves, and much glory awaits
him who discovers tho proper wavo
length and how to apply It without too
much Injury to tho tissues."
In chapter 8 the author states that
"primitive man" was brunette but was
conquered by "blond emigrants"
red haired people who overran every
thing, though of "rufousne8s" the doc
tor has not much good to sayt
"RufousncsB of tho hair Is often, If
not generally, accompanied by a typo
of nervous system for which wo have
no description. ... It seems to bo an
accompaniment of a typo of mind which
prevents greatness. It Is not a far cry
to see in It a minor grado of abnormal
ity." Perhaps tho most interesting part of
tho book Is In the chapters entitled
"Hesults of Migrations of niondo
rtaecs," Results of Migrations to Ame
rica" and "Ilules for Whlto Men In tho
Tropics" Declaring that "acclimati
zation Is Impossible," tho doctor goes
on to give some very good rules.
Shade, warm baths, tho dally siesta,
study, work, are dealt with, pitfalls
are placarded and advantages describ
ed Though Hawaii Is In tho tropics
(and not near them, as Mr Ilryan bald
recently) It does not fall under tho
typically tropical climate, thanks bo.
Hut It has enough of drawbacks to ex
clude it from being termed a paradise.
Mosquitoes w oil, let us avoid classi
fication. There aro worso things than
mosquitoes which we aro not organiz
ing to exterminate.
The book Is beautifully bound In
silk, is printed on good paper In large
typo and contains an Index.
'The Hffects of Tropical Light on
White men I)y Dr. Chas. U. Woodruff.
,ip 358. Hebman Co, 10 W. 23rd St,
In "Tales" for January thcro is a fas
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tled "I nnd tho Other." It deals with
doublo personality In nn nblo way.
(Tales Pub. Co , No. 2 West 40th St.,
"National Flnacee" for December
contains Its regular Hawaiian "Market
Letter"' with over half a column of
listed "Ssecurltlcs." Wells Goodhue,
Monadnock lllock, Chicago.
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