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The Evening World Daily Magazine, F r i i y, August 4, 1911.
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Reflections of a 0
iy Helen Rowland
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Cerrrtist. !'JH. bi Thr I'r.u PutUibjai Co. (Tb? tw Tort W"l)
OV7 I ;'' nvn nrcnf(on. 4frept no tutntltute,
for tlu rr it nothing in life "just as gooi,"
AfUr all. tur-ntyninc must be a woman' mott
tttnetive nae, to judge by thr way in which the usually
hangs onto it.
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Let George Do It! M By Ogggjg McManus
Oop;rtht, HHt. bj Tht ha Pul4lihlo Co. ITIir Rn V.irk Worl4).
Bang your faith on a hickory limb if you Xikt, but don't pin it to a man,
unlets you want it to get all ttrvtfhett out of thapi- and francd at the edgct.
In a man's oninion thr ultimate proof nf a woman's unrasonablenrss
it that she actually cxpcils him to tell her the truth and to be polite at
the same time.
A jralous woman ought to renumber that
feeling for an oi tupus.
"luii:" is not exactly a men's
Jt Isn't the average man's unwillingness to tell his wife everything that
happens, but his unwillingness to tclljicr so many things that never happen
that gives her that tired feeling.
It ts only occasionally that a man hitches his wagon to a star now
adays; the majority uj them seem to be perfectly satisfied uif a chorus girl.
Of course there is nothing in superstition, but at this season of the year
tt to considered very unlucky for a young and eligible bachelor to meet a
widow on a dark piMM,
Tlhere Is a Firae Art in
Learning to "Kold On."
fcbled mo to tftk y01J lntf) this concern
I novor nilHdl an opportunity to mix a
Utile fun In my bu.tiiiusj, especially
wlion the m:in higher up took the lead.
There Is such u thinir, my hoy, an being
too blamuil faithful, but yoj must use
juilnient In InttlnK o."
"Fine, (Jaii," said the Junior. "I reck
on I'll hold the rod a IHtls while longer.
Tnere'U be other rarna."
AT the en,l of Ms first year nut of
cnlliire a pouni man saw "He
Son" put nfUT his father's name
on fho obi weather tattled sign that
stretch tl across the front wall of a
bulldin? that had become a landmark
in the wholesale district After twelve
months In an I out of the concern he
had btCOtnt a Junior .member, N.ys the
"I aay. dad," he asked, "how limn
must a fellow stay at his post bOfOTi
he (,' Jeava for recreation you
The founder of the house clashed his
hands across. Mm hack of his head,
lowered his clitar from Its usual untrle
and looked at the blue flames dancing
on the gas long.
"To put It another way, dad." said
the youhK partner, ",io you believe
that the sticker wins nut?"
The old man's ttory was an Mi ,er
to both questions.
"When I waa boy," he hCRan, "It
waa necessary for me to bi tOlM I fam
ily helper. A new con ern 0 pi nod In the
town and I got a Job on trial at H
a week. I was to do anything I was
asked to do, according to my ItrMgta
"The storehouse was on the brink of
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" Atsn CEORrCE DlCX
Ft Dcn'i C re" Is Often
the Fa hire's Slogan
By Sophie Irene l.oeb.
T1!K P.ey.A.rye UTiaMK AI.WU's
rVhn .in do
tiastet- of nun,.
ifll'trsl with life.
a little nf every
thing but sha
can't "nial i good"
In one tiling. Thin
la the sum and
iihKiance of a
eni ner w ho writes
to The livening
VVor In "letters
from the pe .pie."
Hhn says, "It
eeinii thHt what
ver I undertake to
do 1 fall, lit IS :l
case of Jack Of
all trades and
This makes me tlls
I have that l-don't
me w bJoU ui ikea tne
and unpleasant with
are feeling gdwul
This no doubt ts a re-echo of the rry
of ttu ny men and women. It only goes
to show that there u a MBAflON for
raatlaaontM, And. Just as water must
Mk Its level, so each Individual Is
unhappy until le strikes the rhotd tha,t
blndg him to that whlrh H for hi OS,
Book rMlbm that hi MUST FILL A
WANT ANIJ WAM'S TO fOA IT
Floundiring never brOUffht anybody
anylhlodi but dktoontont and that i-
don't-i are reeling QUOtid by the outi .;
R 001 Ml above.
Hut, mark you, when one gels to the
point of seeing conditions and that aha
Is the victim of the -don't-Oari Idea,
she has departed from that ihuo, for the
very reason of ilBALItBATt-OM proves
thai slie In fHH care.
Thirty years ago such a letter would
have been HA KM. Hut In Just such a
short time has woman siepiied In the
centre of the stuijii and become a liuad
:lner. No longer must the nngless maiden sit
at the hearthstone and wait for a L.O-
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The Moving Finger
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Novel of the Year
By E. Phillips OppenhcSro.
MpytlfBt, luiu md imi, by uto, Btosn a On,
TNortia or nutocDiMa obaptwu.
BtftlMd tin h tren BstMsidel In Mrller
alasl BagUsUiain uitu.ctt Qocbestif
rmere. lint lia lied
'..iN.n u.fet. Loil CaiBJ
s!m l liuwl pa Cspt, Vs
MMru Mdi) ittnwtiq to litoa, Tills naejt
V ."'r. ..It., ;uti.el .lis iK.M SutuD. Its IprtitiTH
t'.'i '4rei' UHTcsiHefi wlien Pauline Manuuel. a
! '' wi..,w nluni, ! him.., if a.lmiri", n nl-i
an-., t,, t,n latoi is a atiuletit of or
calti.in ami I I tie prubge of an old wonnn kin.n
a "Mediae, " VflM rOBi a Ooala of loitiMM tilual
"SttaUOS,1 1'lolrt, t!,r sill In rlianra of one 'f
tlieat placet, U in lofi witli BirUeod. A Maik
iiiui) fm lieine M a tin teal 11 re of t lie tiuaaiijAa.
It uatrsti . l i i am uith Pauline tor
iihcia .aloi, 4 i oui'Wii,iili.vM ao lint. it.
tJ an ui-ii il.i-li .-.atou on tl.,- ao I
Fli"' S aL.l tUiik'i'i.Ki.li u.mti.U Hot li,.hlFr
Slone Kliowa tin
HochaitOf moved towurd her, but she
thrust him aside.
"YOU are a brute!" she declared "a
She staggered across the room toward
the door by which Baton hnd departed,
liefore she could roaob it, however, thv
iieard the crunching of wheels ns it s
car swept by the front ou Its way
down the avenue.
the river convenient to iho iteaamboai to oodvIocs ba ihat bis rrima ocisahle and
It waa a past. inn in those ' ' y " una i .'ejo ii.- iiwer oruera
landing It was
day we who have made the lls'lit like
to recur to such days for rival st' Ult
imate on their return voyage don the
river our town was tht hood il navi
gation to run up a mili ir si above
the landing and ft o in t .'. P''lnt lu n
and race by thi satOT fr i imiil thev
reached the bend and d' ' linear. I it
waa a great even, for the poopli of
the town and ion of (UB toi 1!"- iti'tuna
boat folks. ,
"On one occat e n the boal Ot the n
lalllls!'mcl., wt.ere hdMtM my
first Job, c.nl aims r' Iks mi:. on
ofthe con it m wcro put'MI ' P 1!,-
i rales OH wnl. h Irolghti we-i) 'o be
weighed. The r d Bonnoottns t:.' n"
chlnory of the ph t'o n wUh llM IP
right and arm if he f. u s WM POl W
my hands. 1 wm to bH iba H i until
the oviuwry rraiW"imont was bmiu
to perfect the w!:o' I.
WTiile I stood at my pt ll I
he atore cried out, nwi'i"
future. Hi., tlif whole lanlv iiteift at tile fi'
of the Dm heta of Aintitlell. who derpl; Inter-e-l.l
a, soon. Katou, at the linliwina nsiuit,
tr:e MtOOl0 ftWItilfssmi 00 I'ailhre. 'lite itl,T.
in lo. tk '.Ue ilr ritaM thf .itten.;tlot BUT
dor of Boebestsf by Sat.,n. Isten, a few dala
Liter. t bat loo f.a- Pauline. S!.e re!eu MUL
MtOO li Siroed tliat tiie iioliie an' wal liiint U.a
lorlOBS lalliiis eataLUdnuaui. He ,i "idaa Ui sMirl
MSI. toil finoi Iha trava Influ.-: . r oirr bif la
wa. lag, Mr, in time a detSVttvs vttlti one of the
fori una tc: ins eoal ll.linii'iaa III mmh-Ii of evi
dene. Vkllet. Jilti-I la Salon, anl. reveuav by
tillms acrylhitig, Lola kSrllfi flrgngH to Van
derneri. IUa-iiatar eonfrnaU laatoa Willi proof of
ait UsOlPMllllal hemca.
Roohiltir pushed open the black gut"
which lad from Die road into the plan
tation at the back of the hill, and they
passed through and comineuepd the IsM
shot t climb. No word passed between
en romm them. Tim alienee of the evening was
T23 nr,1''n only by the faint sobbing of the
winu in tne ireetops ana tne nreaKin;;
of dried twlgi under their feet. They
were both listening Intently they
ioarcely knew for what. The far-away
rumble of a train, the barking of a dog,
the scurrying of a rabhlt acroaa the
path -these sounds came and passed -nniiilng
They naarad the edge of t'he plantation-
There was a ihort climb now,
and a gray ston wall. ItocheHtir
passed h's arm through his companion's.
HOT breath was coming In little sobs.
"VVc shall tie Uie.re in a moment, J'aul
Ine," he said. "It la only a fancy of
mine. Perhaps he 1s not he:e after all,
but at any rate we shall know."
Kim said nothing. Bhe see ned to be
I raclng hersell for that lust effort. Now
Wioy could see the hare rocky outline of
the summit of the hill. A few steps
more and they would pass through the
gate. And them the Bound came, the
sound wUch somehow they had dreaded.
KhHrp and cr:sp through tlie twilight
air came tne report of a revolver. Tney
even fancied that they heard a little
moan come travelling down the hill
side. Ito -heater stnrpped sliort.
"We are too late. " he said
you had better atay here. I
and find him."
She shook her head.
"I am coming," she said,
fault! it Is my fault'"
II.. held out his hand
"1'aullne," he said, "It may
fit sight for you Sit here If you can
do any good, I will call you."
She brushed him as. do arid began to
run. With her slight atari hIih nitidis-
to the top, she was already on her
knoes, kneeling down over toe croucti
"Me Is not dead," she cried. "Qutokl
Tell me where the wound Is."
Itochesler ItOOpOd down on the oilier
side, and Hatott opened his oyoi slowly,
"1 am a luitulcr, as usual'" he said.
RoobMttr opened his .nit carefully.
"lie has shut himself in the lei,"
he said to Pauline. "It Is not set lous."
Hat on pointed to the ne k.
"telft me up a little.." he said "I want
to sit there, with, my ba"k to It. Care
fully!" Rochester did as he was hid Then
he took his hi ndkei- tdef and tried to
stanch the blood.
"I don't know why you oaffia," Raton
faltered "you especially," he added lo
Rochester "Haven't you had "II the
triumph you wanted? Couldn't yu
have left me alone to spend lids last
I hour my own way? I wanted to leirn
not he a I how to die without fear or any regret
will go on
"It la my
1 - i i-,i
lanced him, and when he scrambled up I Ru -hester quietly
Horn I can do it. be
here lo realise that
mine Is death."
"We gun to try and aave you," aald
a 1 1 se It
"To save vou'" Pauline lobbed. Obi
Hertrnnd, I am lorT) ' am veil', very
He looked at bar In "low surprise.
"That Is kind of you," he said. "It Is
kind or you to care, You know now
what sort of a ''nature I am. You
know that he whs right tills in an, I
mean n hen he wurned you against tne.
whn he told you that I mi somc
thlnH' rotten, something not worth your
noli e. (live me the revolver again."
Kodhiltar thrust It In his picket,
shaking his head.
"My young friend, I think not," hn
aald. "la li tall, I have no more to say
about tho past. I am pj eparod to ac
cept my ehnri of thi responsibility of
It, You are still young There in still
Hum for vou to weave freh dreams, to
live a new life. Ma.ke another start. Mo I
Don') 0" afraid that I'm going to offer
vou my belli. There was a curai uposl
that. Hut nevertheless, make your start.
It Isn't I who wish It. II is Pauline."
Salon looked at her wondenngly.
"Hhn doesn't rare," he laid. 'Hhn
knows now that I am really a 'inula! in.
And I needn't have boon," ho added
w.th a sudden fury. "It was only that
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That me in; the two ste im.i a u- -(si
on the niev. The bOU and every
man under him loampered tkrougb the
back dnor ol the U-.ce to watob t''
run. I knew It I let pa thi rod all thi
work Would have I I'" BOM OCT
again, and I stood tnere like another
CMaMani I, or whom you may havi
heard before you Win! to iollil. I
wai there when thi bOfi and Ida force
returned. My Ultbfulnail enabled thcin
nnisa the J"'' til I. I " "n. ah
Wfiu I llktm a .out Die
"At the end of the week tht boss In
formed me that w Idle i VII a DlOi boy
and faithful, the i p .ru would not
need my set vl i any long. Maybe I
hadn't thi iort of stuff In me that the
e noern rwiutred, hut from that time
until I reached the point that has en-
The Charlatan Unm.isketl.
," he answered, "Tor whut
you are, for the ignoble
creature th.it you have be.
come, I accept a certain
amount of responsibility.
Pur that reason I bid o.i go. llo Whiff
you will, ho long us your name or your
prilenoi never tfOVblt ua again. Let
Hits be the last time that any one of
us hears the name of lierlnind Salon.
I nivo yoi that chance. Find for your
iilf an honest plaee In the world. If
you can, wherever you will, o that It
be tint In this country. Ho!"
Baton turned toward the door with
a Utile shrug of tho shoulders.
"You tiend btva no fear," he said.
' Tl ountry I to which I go Is one
In which you .-i never be over-anxl-otit
He passed out, amidst a silence which
(aimed a little curious when one con
Idarad thi amotloni which he left be
hind. I.ois'i pale face seemed all
Mlou nitk a sort of desperate thank
fulness. Already siie was lit Vander
BMro'f arms. And then the silence was
broken by a woman'! lobbing. They
all turned toward her. It was Pauline
who had suddenly broken down, her
fare burled In her hands, her whole
frame linking with paailon.
Betty Vincent Gives Advice on Courtship and Marriage
The Oth r Girl's Sweetheart.
girls, do not take too great un Interest In the men acoTialntans
air girl fTlends.
girl you know Introdueee some man to you, do not be too
cordial to htm You cannot be sure at llrst that your
girl friend ! not particularly interested In the man un
question, and If he Is you ahould not wiah to aiiear
Iti the llfht of a disloyal friend trying to wla-t her eweet
t.art from her.
Uut. quite scale fron. the dlsloynl aspect of luch
action, you wouid In any ca.a0 eeldom aOOOnsptaab your
purpose. It may flatter a man's vanity, but it seldom
engenders real respect In his heart fur a girl who lo too
obviously trying to win him.
Ho, my dear girls, when aotrs other girl Introduce a
man to you. keep yuur own self reepeot and hi by
l havinc in a dlgt .flrd manner.
eonable or not It certainly looks as
though you will have to ohooee be
tween clgarettci and hr.
Acc pts his Invitations.
man who stuns hla idler "H. 8.
"I am In love with a girl and
I have asked her lo marry me, but
hi refused my propoial. Howtvtr,
she s-eepts all my Invitation to tha-
She Objects to Cigarettes.
A man who signs hi letter "li. Ia."
"I am In love with a girl and
rhe only bad habit I havo li that I
.stnoko cigarettes. But (he objects even
to this and tells me she will not marry
me miles J. give up smoking. Uo you
think ahe Is unreasonable?"
Whether thi young isdy I unrei
tree and parlies Just the same.
do you think?"
I think you run a reasonably good
chance of Winning the young lady even
yet If you ars patient and continue
lo Call Steadih.
OXRIt who signs her letter "A. 7. "
writes: "I know a very nice
3'oung man who seems to be in-
ternsted In me. I wish to know whether
It would be pr .per to allow him to call
If you feel you can return the young
man's Interest 1t will h perfectly pro
per to allow him to call.
2 too Sweethearts.
AQIRL, who signs her letter "M. C."
writes: "There are two young
men who are paying m marked
attention. One has a'.reaulv proposed and
the other one I am sum will on tne
earliest opportunity. They are both
equally tin- young men, so I do not
know how to choose between ihttn.
What, shall I do?"
You should not
What either of the young men unless you fail
a itrnnger affection Phan your 'e:ter Indicates.
Cotaritiit. Hill In The I'rraa I'nMlahUi Co. (The New York World).
tharlo tn come riding by and coode
r.i end to let her ride along.
Ttat .'.- BaAf ulsc up tha rrlns ?n
her OWN h inds and rid in single or
I ihie '. u ii. as 1 1 - . choose, no one
wl'l say her nay. She I mistress of
all she smveys and the sun ihlnei for
the DAIMMTBM as well as sons.
t'nlikn the hi I nose glrl-bahy who tS)
not wanted and la ain.etlmes thrown
Into the ars, hern she Ls weli-omed In
th sea of actl.lty aid Is on of tho
Ho ttiil the woman who enmea to
know that she Is a llsh out of water.
If she but get a bit of true plunging
spirit can readily get Into the swim.
To do this one thing is gsMOM -try, which,
In the words of our greitest philos
opher, Bioa, U "KNOW TilYHBLK."
Most of us are so busy luiosrlng
OTIIIIR people Hist we haven't time to
got acquainted with out selves. It Isn't
a bad idea-this getting a qualntd with
one's self. It Is not bud for one lu gosaiP
AHol'T one's self To one's self.
And the JM of all trades who be
moans tha fact that she Is mister of
none bus allowed the NONK-god to
master bar, And perhaps all the tlmo
there Is TUB OKI trade of vhtch sue
should be niat reus, and before the
for the tragedies of the dsy are
written about the Jill of all trades who
lulus Willi the muster of none and then
tliev fn'i.vrr i- i on the theory ilhat th
WOfM OWn them something nhich It
On the oth if hand care' bM feeling
coma I from tha many efforts to roach
WVl'A and thus WO have the sour
grapes of disappointment we say, "I
iln t nnt It, I don't care."
Hut know this the Ja -k of all trades
ought to m ;. ttlllati himself, for he
hai poaslbtiit.is to M00MG master of
DCCMtON Is the thing! To become
victor over pogglbHIMtg brings the
POIlsl even 'hough he Tol I,S In Che
Ho tii it if this young woman wl. i Is
bloat with k'lovv'.n : HOW to do 5V
HILM, things would but make a
CMOICI of Otfstj even though - em.
' er l enter the lower rsnks In that
battleground, she will soon find herself
on the tiring line. And If she ns.Hi.
there until the last gun Is fired, thst
Is AaHIBVDMBrfT, SIIK will at last
he mlatroai of th.k one.
This Is the day of the BPsKRAUsVl,
He Is the mm whn eommsnils the BIO
place. He dec lis on an action and
leti on '! ir da ion, He ts boss. rflTT
III: wiln KKaaTATBI HoseKID.
Thus, my dear g.rl, lK''IIK! Lot
some if your possibilities go, and
'.house tiNK -the piramount one dkat
which is upparmoat as to your InrHwa
(if course aiit may make a mistake.
Who doesn't'1 And In a cynical vein
Mm may think that one mistake de
Hut the holding- i process, even tn
that Wheat you may think Is NOT up
to your standard, has been the means
nf creating thit standard you seek sand
uill make you less disagreeable to
those close to you.
DBCUIIOM is m DAM THAT
MARKS JACK ssAtaTBB OK ONE
en" -' FSssostsFstoswwFSFse)
cursed taste for luxury whlcli gum 111
Somehow or other to creep Into mv
Which made nie so dependent upon
, Niiidheim was right' Naud
was right I If only I hid sinyed
Mm! If only I had he l.- ,-.1 in
A WonMIl W ar Spy.
i in souvenir Pranoali ha placed
I a tablet on a tmuse at Hlevrea 1 Is
In eommemnrate Mfne Juliette
Ilodu. There was a large assembly, us
was fitting for the occasion, Inasmuch
as the lady played an Important part
at the lime of the war Willi Ottiiiatiy
She had churge of the tolngraph office
at I'll nl viers, and aid the ma rues
during th day, protending they had
leeii 4zed. At night she brought
them out and succeeded In tapping the
wires over whloh the Oermsn com
niuulraiioii! were passing. Th In
formation thus received she communi
cated to (Jen. d'Aurelle de Paladin.
Sue was discovered brought before a
i court-martial and ggntOAOOd tn ueatn
The Kaiser's father, though not ap-
I proving Mme Uodu's act, could not
I help admiring her paU-lollsm, and
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I' Is not too Iste." she whlstiepH,!.
ItoOptng low over him. "It" a man,
.eriiund. Take up your work where
yOU loft It, und have done with the
itther things, This slipping away over
tl edge, slipping Into Mteinlty. Is tho
ni 'k of cowards. For my sake. Bar
Hi hn'f clnscl his ees Ho. hester
oiis busy n'iM with 'is shoulder, and
the pain muie him faint.
"Go bona to Naudhotm," she whls
paradi "Start Ma fron the very bottom
run:.-. If he will have It SO Won't be
afraid "f failure. Keep your hinds
light upon tha ladder, und your eyes
turned toward Hoovers, oh! You can
ill Bab If you will, licrtrsnd. You can
"Hmh, 1 tin aura I'on't look down,
iton't pause l-'e satisfied with nothing
lagg than tin' great things. For my
sike, Hertrnnd' My thoughts will fol
low you. My heart will bo with you
"I promise," he murmured.
Ills head sank back. lis was half
"We will stsy with him for a mo
mer.t," RsfcytMOtor whispered. "As soon
is I nines to, I wl.l carry hlin down
to the car."
In a moment or two he opened his
ie.es Ills lips moved, but he Was hi !
Anything but failure!" he mutte.- d
to himself, with a 11 1 1 lu groan. "DoatO, j
If you will a touch of ths flngtr. a
stroke too far to seaward. Oh' death I
easy enough! Wrath ll easy, snl
failure is iar l"'
Her lips touched htl forehead.
"lioa't bgilgyg It, dear,' she whla
pered. 'Tlu-re Is no real fsllure If only
ths spirit Is brave. Thu dead :hln
are there to help you climb. Th"y are
rung in tha Udder, boulders for your
ll. hsned a llttli forward. It eemed
as though tin rrs-ognized aOWahhlng
familiar am uig til trogtopo, or do !l
in the mist-clad valleys.
"Naudhelm"' hi cried hoarsely. "I
IhaJJ tin :' Naudhelm"'
The Anchor That Holds.
By Cora M. W. Grccnleaf.
(To Be Continued.)
I through his representations she
think of marrying pardoned. London Uloba,
"Four Marks nf O. Meor storlea!"
brslnnla la aesl Mender's tCtanis
World. Ths last and beat storle of
America's greatest shoe storr wrtl.
Inni'l mlsa lliem.
f DEALS, mind pic
1 greatest wealth.
Deep hid from the world with Hi
scoffing and Jeers.
Wo pi lure ihem 'ondly and whisper hy
Of the ill i ami that sustain ua 'midst
dli -urd and tears.
When fell disappointment withholds
from our grasp
Tho fi i.!s nf our efforts, our striving
Half-dated empty-handed, we turn SJfth
TS 'he IS aiM of Idoejg, which the
world cannot spoil.
Which tne world annul spoil, cannot
turnl-h nor mar,
Ou Ood-glvii knowledge, our visions
an I dle.ims
Of Perfection mad real how wa rssVih
tor tho star
(forgetting thi dlitance) and ask tn
d s real. 1. 1 a ours: If rs faithful
To Ideals that Ho lovingly plmts tn
They are sure of fulfilment for ma sad
If we io our own part and trust
with ths rsst