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THE GIRL iN RED
1
e 1 TN0rsIs OF rncccDiNo CHAPTERS
V I Arthur Gray rcu Irum death a bcautt
J fial flrl who la droised from head to loot In
vivid red Ho declares himself to be In love
J 3 with her ana teolve to win her She Ii
I accompanied nr her fathers secretary a
I tlinM little man named Jnrcd Symea Dray
I > ala > Srmeia Kratltude by Bavlnr Mm Iroin I
I Inn attack by Simon Farjeon a banker vrho
V lA o Iovu the olrl ln I1 Tarjeon vow
I vengmnce against Gray
I At a handkehchlef counter Gray mOIl
I Btatnleen Vcmon whose wealthy fathers
g k nil had left all hi > estate to SImon Farjeon
z1r coualn She promised to help Gray dis
i UL cover the Girl In Hed Cray learn where
In latter live and goes to Bee her He li
stinjioned by a man
CHAPTER IlL
A Modern Romeo
HE SUBURBS of Nyack arc strewn
THE moro or less elaborate country I
I i cents 1
I This much Arthur Gray knew from
b former UIt to the place But as he
left the train at Nyack early that even
Ing he smiled to himself at his own
Solly In embarking on such a quest It
manifestly Impossible for him to
r
visit crerrMnanslon cottaga and hovel
within a radius of 5 miles and de
mand If each or any of thecn were tho
abode of avglrl whoso name bo did not
know but who roado a practice of
dressing In scarlet
How long will It bebefore get Into
the Olotrcnt for The NumbWHted at
that rater ho asked himself
Then he remembered the girl lived
a > oiit a mile beyond the ouee of a
woman named Sounders
Whore II the Baunders house ho
Inquired of the station agent
Which Saunders said that dlgn
tary fThereo J of
em1 In Nyack
An accommodation
train rolled In and
J to his Joy Gray saw
t alighting from the
second car the wom
an he had seen that
afternoon and who tad so un rado > sI1
Informed him her com was Eaund rs
Shwaa aden with bundles and had
the ruffled demeanor of a sitting hen
on which cold water has been doused
As alnet off down side street Gray
follow Some distance behind a man
followed Gray I
For mora than a mile the woman
plodded on now and than stopping to
pick UP a dropped bundle At length
I som illttonco beyond the town she
turned InnllL cottage of the archltw I
turo that may be best described as
I lurcn Anne front nnd Wary Ann
back
backA mile beyond lieu GoodU com
mented Graysetting off at fourmllo
imhout gait not thinking to look back
to KCC If he wore followed
The road led norlhfmrd along the
bonk of the Hudson rising first grad
imllf hen watt obduptly iiM It
turned sharply westward half way up a
steep bluff
There Arthur paused In doubt A
house surrounded by extensive grounds
crowned the bluff Just In frontof him
A carriage drlvo wowrd upward from
Uho turn In the main rood to the pbrt
cochere of the mansion that loomed dim
and vague In tho fa < Ung evening light
From the front of the fcouM as Gray
could see a lawn extended some dis
tance eastward and ended suddenly at
tho very edge of a cliff From the top
of this cliff overgrown try bushes and
vines It was a sheer drop of more than
a hundred feet to the rooky beach be
low
As Robert paused uncertainly tho
fnlnt tinkle of a distant guitar came to
his cars A moment later n womans
voice Eweet well trained yot listlessly
drenmy In Intonation began to sing
He had heard that voice before It hod
only breathed a few words of gratitude
for his htrolim but he bad not forgot
H
ten It
The GUI In Hedl ha muttered and
started swiftly up th carriage drive
toward tho house Frora a wide un
lighted window on tha sacond floor ns
he could see by the rising moon a cov
ered bit Ir Iny jutted 6nt A hammock
swunp across It and he could dimly
ltarn the rmof a woman reilmlng
therelnagultor across her knees
f1
I I
J 4 < The Girl in Black Prizes
ll f I HERE weio aver 10000 correct answers to The GIrl In Black hidden
Ji j T name problem It was plainly stated that fifteen firlres would bo dis
tributed nmon these whit discovered the girls name and olnted out
INTENTIONALLY XIieSPELLED words In which the letters of the namo
occurred To be fair and to give evorybod In the vicinity of New York a
chance tho time for receiving replies was extended two days beyond the date
ofpubllcation of the last chapter of the story Jt was not stated that the
earliest replies would rccclva any more consideration than the latest and they
r did not All the correct Icittpre were placed In a heap on the floor and tho
flrst fifteen selected from the heap were awarded the prizes The names of the
I winners were printed In fho Evening World of Jtonday Nov 23
1
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If 1 wish advice concerning
new frns or the makingover of I
oldJ 1 if you wish advice concern
liig lie dressmaking write to
V udice Evening World punt
re ing New York City and
stiJ Inive it to you in this column
1 I
F4 cnings and prihg
I > rtf o Judlce
i I jr kind of Roods should I cot and
l JW should 1 I make a ery pretty
1 less that I could wear to dressy
b tri1 43 In tho evenings and then Jigpln
t1M td tfoVirly sprlbs Nothing lowcut
IJ thirty yenrn very tall and1 Blender
a should like to look atouterx havo
ill brown hair and blue ojcu Doyou I
r 1 gray would bo becoming
I J Mrs A M
I ayor tan vollo Ilka the Illustra
f will bo pretty syrvlcable for what
require Tho sleeve and skirt are
to risemblo three as the upper
I ons of each cover tho circular
I 2 trices sewed on n separate lining so l
I 7to give that cffet Tho circular
t f I need double valance on tho yoke
It I Jces you the desired breadth
it I fu or selftoned lace for the yoke
t J cuffs and vest front will add a
f1 t qressy touch and tho lace may be car
a j I tied on down tho panel front of tho
Mklrt If desired
Stains on Broadcloth
Pear Mme Judlre
I OW can I remove a fruit stain
B cherry syrup from the lapel of 111
cja The material Is light green
broadcloth The suit Is very expensive I
and It waa the first time I wore It
MAUDE A L I
Ooli water and Kottlns paper Is the
oaly tiring I can susvest that will not II
t torn the green broadcloth Giveseveral
nppUcojtlons of water w1tha amall
oponso and placo buttlnff p kP rolfPOt
at once each time
For Winter and Spring
Dear Mme Judlcei
I OW should I get a black broadcloth
1 suit madeso that I o iVivoar it
ti for the winter and enringT I
xrpuld like something very dressy I
I sun G 4eet S Inches tall and ullf like
C to have It made so that I willlook tail
or Would shoulder ctpes be pretty
How many yards wll < I reqUlroT Tbavf
Dye yards1 material Ct Inches wide
AB
I E thtel you will fIjift i yorda qt
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EVENING GOWN DESIGNED FQR
MRS A M
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broadcloth ample for a twopiece suit
nsl would not advise oilong coat
for nil foot 3 inch figure An Eton or
blouse jacket with full sleeve and cape
collar drooping In points In the shoulder
centra back and front with fancy braid
applquta In black and Fold black and
pale blue c on the points and a
Byron collar turnback cuffs of white
or pale blue broadcloth with the fancy
nppllqucj will give you a decidedly
I drejjy black suit A box or side plaited
skirt without a hip yoke will mako you I
appear taller
For a Girl of Sixteen
Dear Mme Judlce
If I OW much material WOUld It take to
If make a corset coat for 4 girt of
a k alxteenT I am 6 feet 6 Inches
thai r E7rf fl
The amount material required for a
corset coat depends on the width Prom
2 2 to 1 12 yards of 60 Inch width will be
sufficient
A Black Taffeta Skirt
Dear Mme Judlce
HAVE a black taffertn sk skirt the
I upper part all Ducked with a flounce
that has five rows Of ruchlnr KUd
ly aU < < est tome way maklns It BO
that 1 can wear It this winter
S winterI
L3LR
nemove the ruchlng and pros out the
Taartei sa < H rtrk ftouace M1
t Ji i
Nearer he came his feet making no
sound on the soft turf as ho quitted the
driveway The song went on It was
Summer Noon and as the Girl came
to the blOt lines
All thin for tha aaklnir Heart of Mint
may be
Come For Love it calling You and McI
a voice breathed from under the bal
cony
1 havo heard the Call I am here
The white fingers did not tremble on
the airings as they finished the melodi
ous postlude of the sons As the chords
died away she laid aside the guitar and
leaning over the edge of the bancony
looked down Info tho moonlit shrubbery
You < have found me she said softly
I knew you would Yet you didnt follow
I
low mo home
It did not strike Arthur Gray as pe
culiar that this mysterious girl should
show no alarm or embarrassment at hfa
sudden advent II knew little of wont
en The hour fhe music the moonlight
the wondrous beauty of the early au
tumn night all made the whole happen
ing seem natural and congruous to him
Why have you comeT went on the
Girt In ned
To see jou agaIn To be near you
But you do not even know my name
or who I am
I know enough to tell me that this Is
the only place on earth where I care to
beThe
The girl laughed softly
Yet I know you she said You are
Mr Arthur Gray I have eeen you more
than once on the football field I caw
you last JCAT when you ffon tho came
for Ynle I know even more about you
You are a millionaire Your grand
father was eccentric Ho mar 1eJ n
woman older than himself Ills married
life was wretoliodly unhappy Ho laU
all his Unhappiness to the fact that his
wife was so much older than he lie
left you his fortune on condition that
you marry woman younger than your
self Should you break that command
you lose the whole fortune I tell you
all this that you may sea I am not only
familiar with your face but with your
family history as well How odd that
a whole fortune should hang on your
marrying some one younger than your
self she broke off with a UttHnJaiiffti
Utow old are you1 blurted Gray
Unaccustomed ns ho nos to uoclal
usages his better sense would luve told
him the rudeness and Idiocy of such a
question But his better sense was off
wt UWW nnWUW
A kove ° bed Quest
From Shop to Shop
of the Girl in Red
BY ALBERT PAYSON TERHUNE
Find the Girls Ag 100 In Rrlz ys
FIRST PRIZE 26
SECOND PRIZE 10
13 OTHER PRIZES EACH 6
duty just then lost In a mate ot moon
light and a womans eyes
The nue < lon did not perturb the slrl
How old am n she repeated That
Is a problem many people are trying to
answer It Is almost as bad as that
silly Anna nee Query
Dont joke about It broke In Gray
tyoll must know how much It mean
to me
If for example said the Girl In
lied you loved a girl and found she
was older ttum jou would tho mllllonb
Involved prevent you from tclilne your
love
No l A thousand times nol I i
iW ill P
Then why bother about asking tp >
ace Z
aceGray was silent
I Still nat on the Girl In Red
money Is not to be despised In days
of old fair ladles sent their knights on
somo liUnl quest Would you undertake
such a test for me1
Only try me I pleaded the boy
Then find out my age Not by look
ins It uV In records or stealing our
family Bible or asking my friends but
by some means that call for Ingenuity
Let me think I shall make four pur
chases at four dlffcrentNew York shops
during the next four weeks The
amount of money spent on my first
3 purchases divided by tho sum
spent on my fourth will t > e my exact I
age I know that like all men you
detest chopping That will be a harder
quest for you than the mere layIng of
a dragon Find out tho amount of those
purchases and where they are made It
will ba hard for you to do this It Is
for you to devise some way to accoin
ik c The HorrjB Dressmaker By Mme Judice
thin cloth on the wrong side dampened
In stale beer This gives a now lustre
and body to the silk Set graduated
sizes of lace medallions on the upper
tucked portion from tho flounce to tho
hips and cut out underneath and wear
over a black silk drop skirt and you
will have a skirt good enough to make
two or three winters for dress
Black for Stout figures
Dear Mme Judlcei
JINDLY advlso me what kind of ma
K terial to buy to make a serviceable
a dross and Jacket I am 6 feet tall
with 42 bust and 33 waIst Do you think
I am too short and stout for a three
quarter tlghtflttinff coat la block the
best ooto for stout figures
MARTHA W Garfield N J
Black by all means Is best for a stout
figure and a amooth cloth such as
broadcloth In a 22Inch length Jacket
semitight front arid olojseflttlng back
with plain coat sleeve Isa good design
for a servlcablo coat for one of your
proportions A 7 or 0 gored skirt Is a
serviceable skirt design
RemodQlllpK a Waist
Dear Mine Judice
T AST tall I had a waist like Inolosed
LAST the body and sleeve ot
which were like Inclosed sample I
have no more of this goods Please sug
gest a way of remodelling It or some
thing to combine or trim It with
E3TULLE
Gray or lavender chiffon the shades In
your flounced Oclvot will combine nicely
with It Have the chiffon shirred or
accordionplaited and net In as yoke and
sleeve puffs A hand lace of gray or
cream outlining tho square yoke edge
of sleevo romance and as n heading to
itho puff will remodel your waist COn
sJderably
For a Ball Gown
Dear Mme Judice I
T HAVE fifteen yards of silk like sam I
I ple Itlndlv describe a pretty way
L to have It made up I would like
Boinetihlng fanqy I am five feet one
loch tnl and slender L U A
Your blue and white pinchock will Cfl
qutto pretty made In a shirtwaist suit
or an evening dress but tho trimming
and depend on which stjlo you
decide on It a shirtwaist suit would
not trim it betyond plaits or tutks In i
any of the new doabjns U for evening
wear ndrop yoke sloove under puffs
at rtn w to tree er wIlL
1 i
JJ wa
bo pretty with a blue velvet girdle nnd
collar and elbow cuffs the skirt made
full and trnllltvj for evening wear
Making Over a Skirt
Dear llrie JUdice
r ILAT could I do with a black skirt
WHAT threequarters down In front 1
lv I want to make a walking skirt
It Is long In the book How could I fix
It not to have the seam In front 1 It Is
heavy goods Mrs M n
Sow up the open space In front ot the
skirt and make a sham Inverted plait
half an Inch wide and stitch down each
side and press flat This to the only
way I can suffffcst except to trip the
spaces with Hercules braid This will
give you a chance to cover the front
I seam but I think you will like tho first
suggestion better Cut off the extra
length In tha back as walking skirts
must hang evenly all around
Coat for Two Winters
near Mme Judlce
lNDLY design a coat to be worn
this winter and next I am tour
teen yearn old 5 feet tall and
quite stout Do you think a coat with
ft skirt would be appropriate la black
silk still rnthnt Is heavy gro grain 1
How many yards will be needed 7
VERONICA
I should prefer a cloth coot without p
I eklrt for a girl of fourteen made of
rlbellne or broadcloth In black navy
I brown or tan on tho Eton or blow
order and trimmed with velvet and
mney buttons It will require about two
yards of 60Inch cloth flack silk la
still worn for coats but Is not very new
or appropriate for winter
A Knit Blouse
Dear limo Judlce
T I1lItT Is the amount of worsted re
w quired and what are the directions
for knlttlnz a knit blouse for a
twentythree tnohbadt afayoua obopo d
lady of thirtysix Inch but and twen
tythreo Inch waist I would like to
have the front made In twist dcilsn
while tho back would bo In paln
stitch HOB
illonowcU Junction N Y
The amount of worsted necessary for
a blouse depends on design of pattern
selected and kind of wool used I
would suggest your malcJ inquiries sof
tl0 department soiling wools as they
are In a position to tell accurately
and five you any liutructloaa rtoulr d
ia eJli
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pUsh It Iam over seventeen It thnt
Is any help to you When you havo
guested my ago
UNDER HER BALCONY
You have found me she said softly
Hi knew you would
When knights ofold performed the
quest on which their ladyloves sent
them Interrupted Gray their reward
oA their return was the hand of the
I
patiently he thrust the handkerchief
Into his breast pocket
lie strolled aimlessly along the lawn
until he reached the cliff and stood
there gazing across the long path of
silver tnoonhlna that lay like a bar of
living light across the broad restless
bosom of the Hudson
It3 all so wonderful so beautiful
so new he murmured sentimentally
What am I that this glorious sir
should give me hope ot winning rf
A man emerged from a clump of
shrubbery where ho had crouched listen
Ing to every word of the talk between
Arthur and the GIrl In Red He was
I
1 Around Town
2Jy Josephine Robb
I
I No It The Walter
I I
IT II the man who waits on the table
IT we am talking aboutnot the man
i who waits at the tabloalthough ha
frequently does mora waiting than the
other
In the Spanish table dhote restaurant
you are served by a little fat Italian
who rejoices In the name of Olympia
Olympia smiles and smiles yet he Is
not by any means a villain He pulls
out your chair with an air ho flourishes
his napkin over his arm and Inquires
tenderly whether he may serve you with i
the purse or oomsamme When you re
i
face the entree he says wIthsJch re
projohful surprise Wo spheghettl
that you feel fairly guilty and almost I
recent your decision j I
Olympia Is a keen obscrrer of dress
and servos you with iumtlpDiI flpurUhra
If you happen to have on jour Vest bib
and tucker I
You may have fallen Tnto Oiat bad
habit of the collar diner reading at I
your meal Olympia has cast tjulck
shy glances at your magazine more than
once and finally musters up courage to
any Please mademoiselle mny I hat
a picturebook some time when you no
want him 1 a
But certainly Olympia < Sjyou read
Enjrllsh 1
No mademoiselle I no read him
but my brothers and sisters at homo
read ver wrll They go to school And
II like zo pictures
At Christmas some candy comes
blrmplas any His Taco smiles all over
My mother she like any kind candy
Itake homo to her 11 IHxrdon Candy
vex good but I no eat Mm
But Louis In the little French res
4urtIt aroupd the corner has long oo
UDled a warm ItlactLA ycus hoaiu In
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woman they loved Will you p on
Iso
It Is late I must go In laughed
the Girl In Red Good night
She brushed otth her lips a dainty lace
handkerchief olio had been toying with
Then nhe tossed It lightly down to him
and disappeared through the broad win
dow
Arthur Gray seized the fragment of
lace and crushed It to hU lips Even as
he did to he remembared that this waA I
doubtless ono of the handkerchiefs
bought from Kathleen Kathleens hands
had touched It and a sort nt atmosphere
of the brave unfortunate shop lrl
aeomed to clint to It Arthur paused In
the act of raising It again to his lips
seized by un odd revulsion of feeling for
wihlch he could not account Then Im
tact you KO to the little restaurant with
posters on the walls In order to have
lx ul servo you
Ix > uls Is no longer young Ho has
come to his present position through
successive phases of service as butler In
private famine head waiter fit Fifth
axenuo hotels nnd now factotumln
cjilef of a studio restaurant
Louis Is BJI Institution all by himself
I He Is thoroughly French Half a life
I time In America has not mastered our
tongue for Louis lit Is abort and I
square Immaculately neat and smoothly
shaven
LouIs does not like to be hurried and
he abhors of all things
having to take
orders from tho menu card preferring
to serve tho dinner as nearly as may
bo us he would In a private house He
likes to surprise you with the courses
as they come and he objects to your
skipping one
S Ho cues you to eatbut he never
speaks unless encouraged to do sn
Louis mokea wofully little In the way
of tlr < but ho Is always cheerful op
tloiiKlo and attentive
If tho Heather Is cold Louis says
But how he Invlgorntol
If warm then Pleasant and cool
here nest ce pas 7 waving an Inviting
gesture to the darkened room
If you complain or being tired Louis
says After dinner you feel better
If there Is nothing encouraging to ant I
then Louis Is silent
A picture of old world courtesy and
contentment Is Louis of the poster din
ing room
Then there Is Armand another French
will tor who always recognize you
cheerfully whether years or days have
elapsed since ho last saw you
A perfect waiter Is Armand and abS
uttly Imperturbable Perhaps Armand
has joy 5 and sorrows hli spirits and
fits of melancholy like other people but
If so ha never ahons his cmclons lie
Is alas the pleasant obliging waiter
nothing more
Perhaps after Armand has wsej oti
you for a YNr or two you may in tho I
expansiVeness of your Jioiirt conllde in
him that you are to be married 911 tho
following day
Oul monsieur says Armand IlIac
idly Coogrutulatlans Will monsieur
have wine loUay7
It you had told i Armand that you ex
pected to celebrate your funeral ontllo
put day the olmnces are that ho would I
just as politely have said Out mon
ileurT As monsieur pleases Very sorry
Will monsieur order baked meats to
day t
uft J lrw
C 4
How to Tell the Age
of the Girl in Red
T O begin with the Girl In Red Is In her teens and there la no fraction In
Io her ago She Is no many Integer years and BO many Integer months +
old You have that Information to start witH L
Now then to find her age There will bo twelvo chapters In tils story I
and In each chapter thieo of the numbers 1 2 3 4 5 67 t 9 will be
printed ns numbers or figuresnot spelled out One of these numbers Is to
bo selects each day ou must pick one of the three yourself and when the
story Is dompleted add the tour 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 num
ber In tho twelfth Tha quotient and remainder will be the Girl In RtdB ao
In j oars and months And remember ltoll under twenty Read the story
carefully and you may find therein something that will give you clue to
her age The number In the first chapter was 3
Fill out tills blank when the story Is completed and Mud IttaOlrl In Red
Editor Evening World P O Box 1314 New York City The story will end a
Saturday Dec 5 but answers will be received up to noon Monday Dec 7
J
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No of The Right No of The Right No of The Right
Chap Number Chap Number Chap Number
t 3 5 Subtract 9 Subtract
2 Add 6 Add to Add t4
I
3 Add 7 Add ti Multiply by
I
4 Add 8 Add 12 Divide by
The Girl in Reds Age Years Months S
Senders Name
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Address
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trembling and his face In the moonlight
won ghastly and distorted with rage
She will marry him ho growled
deep In his throat She will marry
him for his wealth and cost me o r
Ills brute strength In the football fames
won he r admiration Fool that I was
to strengthen that admlraUonby telling
Save the Babies
NFANT MORTALITY la Bomothinff frightful Wo can hardly realize that
INFANT tho children born in civilized countries twentytwo per cent
or nearly onoquarter die before they reach ono year thlrtyseren
percent or more than onethird before they aro five and onehalf beforo
they uro fifteen I
I We do not hesitate ear that a timely use of Costorla would save a
I majority of these precious HTOS Neither do wo hesitate fay that many
of these infantile deaths are occasioned by the use of narcotic preparations
Drops tinctures and soothing syrups sold for childrens ootnplaintn contain
more or loss opium or morphine They are in considerable quantities
I deadly poisons In any quantity they stupefy retard circulation and lead
to congestions idcXnesa death Gutoria operuea eimctir the reverse but 4
you must see that it bean tho signature of ChaaIL Fletcher Castoria S
causes the blood to circulate proptxly opena the
pores of the skin and allays jerer
Genuine Castorla olirajB bean the signature ot
nOCHEaTER LAMP CO LAMPS reduced
crlcM to elM out 74 Park also
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