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4t THE EVENING ez WORLDS l illOME lVIKGAZINE 8 4LNOVFMDER2413 TUESDAY EVENJN8 f
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V ffHE GIRL IN RED
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fBTNOP3IS OP PRECEDINO CHAPTERS
Arthur Gray rescues Cram death a beauti
ful Ctrl who li drettcd from head to foot In
I YIVIrd He declare himself to be In love
I ivIth her and reiolrea to win her She la
accompanied by her fattiera secretary a
Imld4 little man named Jared Symea gray
fains JSymesa gratitude by savIng him from
b attick by Simon Farjeon a banker who
f iao love i the Girl In Red rarjoon yon
I ngtnJ1co against Gray
1 r l >
t L CHAPTER
I r The Pursuit
RTHUR GRAY aomewhat Belatedly
j I f remembered he had promised to
I meet his mother at tho entrance to
I department store In halt an hour
I feo rhany and such exciting events hnd
rfceen crowded into tho brief time since
11lhad parted from her that he fancied
the half hour had lone since elapsed
He hurried across tho street and en
tered the store Mrs Gray was not at
tbia And ha wandered through the
I 4r9v at the counters In search of
3 ter
f co
A slance at hla watdh showed him he
still had several minutes to spare and
< tie retraced his steps toward tho street
r thradmE his way cautiously among
Jtbo R Choppers Ho had scarcely od I
l irj
sBy Harriet Hubbard Aye
I > pin3 question of keeping husbands
I I f home evenings goes a good deal
I I eLr deeper below the surface of things
ILl 1 tfian some of our facetious correspond
I ents seem to think
It Is all very well to make a merry
I
I Jest about providing for a husband all
t I the comforts of homo and adding the
li I Stlghts ofa barroom Goodnatured
j i raillery will not hurt the ° catering
pWlves who apparently centre their
Stboujrhls in the region of their husbands
appetite for a hearty supper when he
4 r somes home at night And Evening
World readers will not be apt to take
S fI jcrlously any of the many humorous
g 61 cms presented which are so evidently
s ieant Just for fun
j ABIde from all the jesting and face
ilousness the sober earnest shows
plainly through this contest Wives want
their husbands to stay at home even
ings They are willing i to try and
anxious to w4aIy good working plan
that can a suggested If some other
womjms plan works better than their
OWruthoy nrft ready to accept It ns a
1stoifdtiItota J
tAn hlngtoke p tho husband at home
oniTTlappy Heading over thcsc letters
I HWlfiis to me that the husbandto put
t ItraWaiy ought certainly to be nshainod
I RMaMif jf he mils to fall In line with
tlU1vn01I efforts
I tt < > J a Pampered I Husband Truly
Xle12 r hrer
q isr au I can to make my homo clean
E add cheerful lamps lighted all over
vl iWvo papers and books around on
i 5taWea nsh trays and spittoons
round Mow wnnklpff everyivhere I
twv A coed dish of ajplo 9ld fruit la
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vnnced ten steps when his eye caught
a flaming bit of red among the carnival
of color formed by the many costumes
Its the Girl In Red he murmured
to himself and he hurried toward her
She was just completing a purchase at
tho handkerchief counter and was re
celvinc from the salesgirl a small parcel
and some change
A few more strides would have
brought him up to her but 4 women
Just In front of him suddenly discov
ered each others presence nd went
Into raptures and embraces over the
happy quadruple meeting The flow of
shoppers toward the
door was blocked
by the quartet an
Inextricable tangle
enucd and Arthur
falling to go
through the centre
tried vainly for
a run around the ond
Several minutes elapsed before bo
could get through to the handkerchief
counter By the time he reached It the
Girl In ned had departed lie scanned
tho crowd eagerly for a glimpse of her
but In vain As a last resort he turned
to the salesgirl
Cnn you tell me he began then
stopped
Tho salesgirl was well worth a second
glance A slender figure almost too
short for perfect beauty a rose leaf
complexion a mischievously tlotllted
nose and big topaz eyes a broad low
forehead crowned by masses of bronze
colored hnlr Those would ordinarily
have been enough to attract his gaze
nut the look ho bent on her was one not
merely ot admlrotlon but of recognition
as well
Pardon me he sold doubtfully but
arent you Kathleen mean Miss Ver
non Yes Im Kathleen Vernon she an
swer with a frank mlle and youre
Mr Arthur Gray nreat you I was
sure I recognized you
But
But what am I doing here I am
worklng wortalng for a living
Dut your father
Yes sho Intenpoeed her face sad
dening for tho moment My father
was wealthy and I had very prospect
of more money than1 could spend
When we met you and Mrs Gray at
Raquette Lake that summer 3
years ago I bad no idea I Should ever
have to earn my own Irviai1 Last year
my father died By his trill he left me
his whole fortune But sItar his death
a later will was brought forward leav
ing his whole estate to his nephew my
cousin I was Dennlless
Dut wlby but surely euah a will
would not stand in law You contested
It of course
No If It was cay fathers wish tha
his money should go elsawttera that
wish Is sacred to me Ho loved mo
dearly and he must have had some good
reason for disinheriting1 me He was
always will end know he acted for the
best So I mode no attempt to Urenk
the will Still it is bard oomeUmej
the ended with a little sigh
Hard I should say it vast Has
this nephew done nothing tot you I
He had onco LIked me to marry
him That was during my fathers life
time I refused him and he never for
gave me He refused to do anything
How to Keep your Husband Home Nights
TIEJ BVEJMrNG WORLD offers the following prizes for the test answers to
THE above question
I A prize of 10 for a letter from a wife who has successfully kept her
huMbond home nights for the longest number of years
A prUo of 110 for the most convincing letter telling IIi > w > o Keep Your
Husband Homo Nights
A consolation crze of J5 to the woman who has tried the hardest and
tailed to krep her husband homo nights
Letters must not oe over IV words In length arvl must be written on one
side of the paper only to receive attention Address letters to Mrs Harrlot I
Hubbard Ayer Evening World
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the living room have a good dinner for
him when he comes home Ured always
here to receive him hli slippers are In
his room ready to put on When he gets
seated In his good easy chair with his
papers and cigar andgood lamp to read I
I by and a cheerful jolly wife ho will
prefer to say home unles s ho has an
dther woman he Is fond of then no
matter whate done you cant ket p him
homeMrs E J It East Orange N J
Perfect Content In Two Rooms
Dear Mrs AVer
T HAVE been married eight years and
I thank God my husband still find
his greatest pleasure at home We
have only two iOOIUE but there la more
happiness In those two rooms than In
a palaceI keep them clean and cheor
ful and have his slippers and papers
ready for him so that when he come4
home he can sit down light his pipe
and read He belongs to no club for
thoro Is more comfort at home Occa
slonally we go to tho theatre and I
can truthfully say I have not spent a
dozen evenings alono In eight years I
think It depends o great deal on the
wife as to where her husband shall
spend his evenings She must be card
ful and let him think ho Is havlnjc his
own way And If he wishes to go out
lAy Yes dear It Will do you good
You will see how quick ha changes his
mind and stays at homeMrs
Mrs O L H
Till Secret la In Triot Tact Tact
Per MM Asrori
T FJND that a womaji since her avo
I cation Is to mother humanity must
j bQ very tactful If a man likes la
talk of his business when he cornea
homo In the evenln < nod we shove An
jntellUant interest He COon eU Into
the habit of talking over the events of
tha day eiIdatwo heads ert better
than one suggestion are made nnd
blans worked out which ore profltablo
awl the evening passes quickly Some
ffien want to leave business entirely
when they oomo into io houp o and can
bp Intftrcejed tha offafrs of the homo
the rnirtuaT friends tlifc wifes now
dresSes e I Olhtrs rQf l ItQflu dlnjt
for me when my father died
Nice sort of brute he must bot
commented Gray I
Oh I dare say Mr Farjeon thou t
he had no moral obJlR
IUI FV rJ on7 Not Simon Farjeon
the banker by any chance
Why yes she tall In surprise Do
you know him 1
Slightly replied Arthur glancing
down at his hand wihlch still tingled
from the wrench h chad given Farjcons
wristYou
You had started to ask me a ques
tion just before you recognized me
observed Kathleen changing the sub
ject
Oh yes The Girl In lied Bhe was
at tWs counter Who U she
The Girl In Rod repeated Knth
loan musingly So thats nhat you
call her Is It Not a bad name cither
Whats her real name 4
I dont know There Is something
strange about her Every Wednesday
at almost exactly the same hour sho
aloud while the wife sews or revts I
Have as many Interests In common as
possible talk thorn over let the hue
band see that you barn opinion and
caro equally for his that his are worth
something to you and his advice np
Dredatedt if not always followed ilako
his friends yours by Inviting them to
your home and yours his by taking him
to visit tl emDo comrades
I ADELAIDE M ROGERS
Lakchurst N J
After 32 Years They Never Tire
Each Other
Dear Mrs Ayer
HAPPY wife I have been married
A thirtytwo years and always try to
please my husband We Kavo been
very happy t9grethor all these years
My husband never goes out nlghla I
always try to have his home nice and
clean also tho children and myself
When ho comes homo nJRhts I always
meet him with a kiss and a smile no
matter how bad I fuel Wo always go
out together It he wishes to RO out ho I
always tells me and I do tho same Wo
have no secrets from ono another We
enjoy our home as much now as the
first day we were married and never tire
of each other therefore do not care to
go out MRS LE DUaOAHD
The Trouble Is In Wrong Selection
Dear Mrs Ayer
An Y Idea Is no matter how good a
tt woman Is or how attractive she
V can make her home If she mar
ried a man that Is fond of going out at
night she cannot keep him home Bho
might as well bo contented first as last
It is not the good wife or the wellkept
homo that keeps some men In for many
a man with a dirty homo and n neglect
ful wife would not think of leaving her
atone and go out nights The trouble is
half us Women o I11Y tho wrong men
Mrs NELLIE MURPHY
A Tale of Sixteen Vcars SUCCCHI
Dear Mn Ayer
I I E are sixteen years married nnd
WE so far mhusband has not shown
I any Inclination to go out evenings
We have seven children a good home
and plenty of rood book and < ram Ii
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A Gove = bed Quest
From Shop to Shop
of the Girl in Red
BY ALBERT PAYSON TERHVNE
Find the Girls Ago SlOO In Prizes
FIRST PRiZE 26
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SECOND PRiZE 10
13 OTHER PRIZES EACH6
wnw
seldom see that shade of dress In thai handkercWef Never Anything else
l street nnd It attracts evet so much Slow oddl
notice but she never seems to care I Isnt It Dut why 4d you want to
I Thank you a thousand times exclaimed Gray I
comes In here always dressed in vivid
red Shocomes straight to this counter
and buys one lac handkerchief Then
she talks to roe for perhaps 1 minute
and coca away I have never known
tier to miss CI single Wednesday since
have I her In
I came hare Nor I seen
any other color than flaming red One
You lilY youve talked with bu
Where does she live
I dont know that either Once or
twice Ive asked her If I should send
her purchases home but she always
refuses I dont like to ask her what
her name is
I And oho always buys Just one lace
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I J tlj1lU h What Awful Husbands They Wont Stay Home oNightsf
jifl 26 In Prizes for Those Who Can Tell How to Keep Them at Home i
checkers dominos ping pong c and
there is always ono of us or the children
who have to do battle for championship
in theso We only have my husbands
salary us a bookkeeper to live
on so can afford a theatre very seldom
and so have to depend on eadh other for
companionship I have always tried to
keep pace with all current topics and
events by moans art reading good meza1
zincs and by reading good books to bo1
able to discuss with bath the elder chil
dren and my husband most of the
worlds history past and present This
II think is the secret he Is always
interested OLIVE
Kind Words Will Do It
t
Dear Mra Ayer
I HAVE been married for five ynrs
I and in all that time my husband
has not been out over six nights in all
alone How to keep him home is to
make it pleasant and attractive when
he comes homeland dont pick and
quarrel for everything Have a kind
word for him always and you will keop
him homo wIth you at nights
GIns P J BOWEN
Turned the Tables on the Rarer
Dear Mr kerI
A1II a young woman and will tell you
I my remedy for keeping my husband
homo evenings I was only mar
ried a short time Ho would always
havo some place to go each evening
Id go out and afterward tell him of
the pleasant evening I spent In other
gentlemens company So he took a
serious thought that It would be more
interesting for him to keep an eye on
mo Instead of forgetting that ther
were others besides himself Now he Is
quite happy to stay homo evenings
with me A FOND WIFE
Continue to Trent Him as a Lover
Dear Mrs AverT
0 koto your husband home nights
TOIle must continue to treat him as
lover Abocontlnue
a continue to
make
ourselves attractive and bo bright and
happy as far as posslWe And I have
found that we must make our husbands
fall in love with our homes IUI well
All
ourselves It tmut bo clean bright
and
pretty but ho must bo at home there
We must not reJtrai or find fault with
him When wo wero iirst married which
was twentythrco years Jut Septoruher
my husband had engagements for twr
era nights In the week Did I order him
to give them upT No nut tho little
tome kept growing moro nnd moro at
tractive until he found himself with
moat of his engagements nt home Not
that Iw has no outside Interests for he
has many but erand above them all
flhlnco that bright and hoppy spot
borne f Ur A WOODFORD
> irMi
it 4
khOW who shelr
Because stammered Gray halt
Ingly because well the fact Is Im
afraid Im very much In love with her
Ho glanced sheplshly at her expect
ing a laugh Dut Kathleen was grave
said
shim
I am sorry to hear that
because I dont think you and she
would make one another happy I may
be wrong of oourso I hope I am
1m
Im sure you are cried Arthur
pultlvelr Look here I dont know
why I say all this to you for 1vo ro
right to expect that It can fj of any
Interest to you and Its beastly bad
form to discuss such matters onytway
Out Ivo never been In love before and
and its bit me rather ihard Wont
you help mo 7
Yes sail the girl after a pause
I will hcto yOU What can I doT I
° Thank you a thousand times ex I
claimed Gray He snatched out a card
und scribbled hastily on It
You thanked roe today for the trifling
service I was able to render you But you
vanished before I could thank > ou for riving
May riantons Hints
Stylish Afternoon Gobttn
f4 HE waist Is rondo In blouse style and Is lucked at the shoulders to yoke
THE so giving fullness over the butt
Material for medium size Is for waist 12 yards II 4 yards 27 or 2 14
yards 41 Inrahea wide with 11 yard for chemisette 5S ynnl of nilover laos and
I 34 yards of applique to trim us Illustrated for skirt 11 yard 21 10 yards 17 ur
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For Infants and Children
fhe KInd You Have Always Bought
Beara tho d
Bignntnro of
k oIIL
me the chance of toting you and hearing you
irnik Wont you let me call and rxprear I
my thanks to moo In person 7 PIe do
It was such n note as a schoolboy
might have written to a tianclngsclioo I
sweetheart Jut Gray could think ot
nothing better He handed the card to
Kathleen
Wont you please wrap that up In
the next lace handkerchief she buysa
ho said persuasively You know me
You know my family You know that
I am a gentleman nnd that Ill take no
unworthy advantage ot lu han ac
quaintance You believe that dont
your
youIf I did not said Kathleen a little
sadly should I be helping you to meet
her
Hero comes my mother broki In
Gray I want her to meet you again
Mrs Gray eagerly renewed the old
tIme acquaintance with the girl she
had last seen In affluence Leaving the
two talking together Arthur strolled
THE FIRST CLUE IN THE QUEST II I
lu tho front of the More and thence to
the street where h gazed sentIment
ally at the crowded pot where ho had
first seen the Girl In Red
As he stood there two women paused
at the entrance of tho store Ha caught
n fragment of their talk then advance
eagerly toward them
Yes one of them was saying Its
the some girl Im sure though I only
caught a mere cllmfuo of her In the
crowd Just now
The same girl you were telling me
of7 asked the second woman hilie
Girl who always dresses In red
Yes She wears that Idiotic costume
even to town It oems Its bad enough
for her to dross like that In tho country
Every day I see her drlvo or ride past
our house and always In red She lives
only about a mile beyond us and
I beg your pardon said Gray ad
vancing deferentially toward the speak
cr and raising his hat Havent I the
pleasure of addressing my mothers old
friend Mrs Halllday of YQn era
Nol snapped the woman glaring BUS
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How to Tell the Age I I
of the Girl in RedjK
yo begin with the Girl In fled 6j In her teens and there Is no fraction m
1 her age She In S3 many Integer years Rod so many Integer Months
a old You have that Information to tart with
Now then to flml her age There will bo twelve chapters In > hls story
and In each chapter three of the numbers 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 will be
printed as numbers or figures not spelled out One of these numbers Is to
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bo selected each day you must pick one of the three yourself and when the
story Is completed add the four selected numbers In the first four chapters
subtract the selected number In the fifth add the numbers In the sixth sev
enth and eighth chapters subtract the number In the ninth add the number
In the tenth multiply by the number In the eleventh and divide by the numj
her In tho twelfth The quotient and remainder will be the Girl In Reds a jo
In years nnd months And remember she Is under twenty Read the story
carefully nnd you may find therein something that will give you a clue to
her see The number In the first chapter was 3 ic
Fill out this blnnk when the story Is completed and send It to Girl In Rep
Editor Evening World P 0 Box 1351 Now York City The story will end j
I Saturday Dec 5 but answers will be received up to noon Monday Dee 7 cr l
No of The Right
Chap Number
1 3
2 Add
3 Add
4 Add
No of The Right
Chap Number
S Subtract
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The Girl in Reds Age Years M 0 nt s s <
Senders Address i i
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piciously at < hIm nnd gripping her pocket Saunders The next train to Nyack
look tightly lIy names Saunders and ought to leaven an hour or aD at lat
I live In yacld eat Ill be a passenger on that tJ4Jii
Gray apologized ad withdrew smll So s1l311 I murmured a man rMIo
Inll gleefully nt the success of his ruse had been standing ao clolll beolllnd J
50 my Girl In Rod lives at Nyackhe thur as to overhear the low i V
muttered half aloud about a mllll be words
ond the house of a woman named I To Do Continued V
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