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NA6 ONLY HAVr
fYou Can Be
Own Beauty Doctor
By Andre Dupont
Copyright. 1012. by The 1-re.s I'ubllahlnt Co. tTht New York World),
IS YOUR FACE BECOMING TO YOU?
HAT'S the matter?" eald the
"I am," eald the average
"v hy, It seems to be a charming shape," said the 'Woman. "And the rosea
re lovely. But the trouble la" and she
ran again"! wonder If I dnre tell you
iw'i think I can atand KVEN that from
Well, then," replied her friend, "lt'a
lot your hat."
! "It's the best face I have," said the
me woman didn't answer, but pushed
ier sit down In front of a large mirror.
"FOR mDIY SKIN
&?3ar:-iaaisl "''' ' r'l?'fi $ '
. ' . . . j w, .,vw.
,MWTt of bonbons and chocolates, and pastries at lunch and dinner, and all sorts
-....v.. . b nww.v tunc
"When the skin Is sallow and muddy
fin a good complexion look so you can
nueczlng the Julco of half a lemon In the
...is i.u-im, ui vuuiov. nui iu eel any
too florid I should recommend Instead
'Another pood thine for a muddy
Of not mako the S'tlli stlnz. Take a
f'the neck, mop the peroxide all over the
Ide dilute it with n little water. This
We In n foix-
.im inca w-asn nit in warm wanr. it you
i)l "Hon- about my 1
"I'm gtnd you s
Snnke Of thnt. TPII
i-it. , ,
lfjnn;y hair. Ihe muumer dampness and
Bkalr and makes It look as If It waa plastered down in.tesa nt tit, .-
Aftnw It should be. When It Is in this
ate ordinary shampooing only makes
; worse. The best thing to do Is to
re It a violet shampoo."
f ,"'That doesn't sound half bad. Islt
Mffiimpllctty Itself. You take down
Jr hair, brush It out thorouKhly, dip
I swan's-down puff In powdered orris
nd pass It lightly over the hair, hold-
l It awuy from thti head so that the
yerrls will not got on tlio sonlp. Let
V.HVatay on for a few minutes and then
S.fcrush It all out. nnd you will find that
ij'jiour hair .i light and fluffy and de-
)jffbituy wited with violets.
Jr"Kvery nlht for a few weeks," she continued, "I should advise you to give
i complexion a good coating of cold tfream. after washing It In water and soap
ffitf V.? aC.r8 a"y "ncs or wrlnltl" you may discover. This quickens the
ireulation -and improves the color of the skin. Then dip a towel In Ico water
.uji wu. on wie iace, allowing the
. moment nr tlvn '
The Day's Good Stories
"nil tMltflH Of
rij nurrifl Uf nrf
i Inclilent ft onnvJ
. lUuitntcJ la
ff...A yours vitt nazht nut hap nvtthtr.ln.lr
Vta s mot ironlilns expmalaa sni thrrw btr.
Xisji.tita t chili Willi so outburst of trlft.
'0 u Ttuliiii I.jpiieuuO la Utu-yr' nloul;
f, 'ajfcj the motli.T-ln-liiT.
(,fB'i mm to Ujlcg cut t nilhUI" willed
ivft''' to'u't i")Blbll How loos bn tbli
mn color ont How litt Joti he tujr !"
'.V, fU.' ioibM tat young womio, "y ini Know
ujiuj leart tbt office st 0 o dock, Nisbt
lut be did not set home uaUl 0 ud luL
t "be dlda't trt foot la the home until twe atj
kuM after 81 Ob. whit euU 1 djt IVhn
eoornMi man veil iuiiti!ett ohim lo
Ule la time Kuruin couatriei, "litre
. women sol dankere bltelied lotenber, lnw
7 iou. laea jou u ie oi tome uit.
HfrMTtlt Are )uu imnlrJI
Mdos Mea Of rourie.
luffrtcette KilJrnUi the custom you mention
hot cuafmed to rirclw countrlee J jjje.
'.'- A True Artist.
r.lho Welout street buffet oore owned bj
Trtnk Jonet tre lentil Tilutble lntlnn
. , sal works of trt la ptrl. One of the
eJntlnji, icrordlog to the Kiuu City Journtl,
tlut of the front lege of newsptiwr the
day war wts declircd with Bniin. It u
i tal boird.
tsWu It It
flmrly done tint to looklns tt it under th.
kStMM lUht one latjtaes be sees tbt piper ticted
A ny mm iu triurimt wings
wen l bout ta tike fUiht.
darlnf the lift ef Mr, Jortei a
WE 6BT THAT IM
WOf?tTJ NO WAIT J ,No J)(IAT3
A T3U3INC55 MSH
HAS 6Tt ON
AND MCCT9 II
woman of thirty. "You look worried."
glrL "It'a a tragedy. My big hat lin't
bit oft her sentence In the middle and
you," said the Girl.
your face that Isn't becoming to you.
the dlri across the room and mads
"Look at your complexion," she said,
"and your hair, and tell me It I am
The Girl looked and saw that her
complexion was muddy, that she had
no color and that her hair was lustre
less and stringy.
"Out this is simply brutal," she said.
"Why do you draw attention to facts
which distress me?" '
"Because," said the Woman, "It Is
all so unnecessary. If you gave one
tenth the attention to beauty culture
that you do to voice culture your face
would become almost any hat."
"I can't afford It Beauty doctors
are ao expensive."
"Beauty doetora? Nonsenset Every
woman should be her own beauty doc
tor. I have been mine for years, as
I've told you a dozen times. You've
literally worn out your face with week
end visits to country houses and
dances every night and auto rides
through the dust And. worse than
all. too much ten. vrv afe.mMn.. a-.
vinviuu vi minoceros to stand
and sometimes the hot weather tn.b..
make it much whiter and clearer hv
water In which you wash your face
in iua eyes, it your SKin Is Inclined to
a teaspoonful of soda added 10 th.
complexion Is peroxide, used clear, if it
nlocr of ahmrhent nmtn., i i ...
face and let It inv n t'....
-"MUk mod tuiti vcrox
will bleach the muddy look out of your
nnu that you cannot lh nm.i
Mnnni n'ar" bm.. V. . . - . .
" m"r "i icvoinmsiy over
esDeclallv the sea ir i.
" "u "u"y
ORRS FOP THE HATrT
cold towol completely to cover the face
I'nu.r slnn.1 ruins it the Minting fi
tlrrie. It ui done by Via Sllllet. In
. ' c;,1" llf to hue portrait of n
for s ions
pllnted." isij u,, m, iOTnly, "Uitt thh
irtKt do that Un.l cf ork"
'r'Mr does." resiled Jones,
well. I Sinn It nould be no u to trr to
MuUa't mike i .cture from tint."
hj, iy" idelsed Jonet, 'ill t.ils irtlit
need4 is . lie of hslr. Tbit old .biuVer
jou.ull.lt oiUd b. la the wiy."
A Man Under the Bed.
ArmM.UEU'lH.1 Mlum.n. returning from
..nLr.,,b,"i",J JIW',1 Wmt. "ells ,
.1 'is?,.t vo:nla w,1, 'd whu
be lo.)ked for insn under her bel.
A newly rnirried pilr," uli the inlemtn,
' occiijlM i t.rth in the I'ulhnin coming frcni
Cincinnati. Kildently the wornin occuplnl the
tipper berth, taj net lu ider the ruitilri
bid Uen drmn md eitobody hid retired
tlioje neir the tnlr heird the wonun whliMrs
1'cter. dear, I hire it lut found whit 1
bite loikid for no nuuy jears.'
" 'What's that?' Inqidrtd the bridegroom.
Times 1"'J" UJ'' " l1i:Jlrlt
In the Pie Belt.
HAT kind of breakfast food hire ynnf"
' at Ch
wiuuri me naltreu
l.l ..i.i. 1... ""'4
.M.U III, I. (IT! .,1.1. .KIOIIV.
"We got all the rigulsr kinds," said the wilt,
ress, whg wis a Cherrirllle artrl; "bm in' eggs
fried steik, brook trout, dougbnuti ta' aanli
pit, on rao hare 'era all if j01, m, ,
cup o" eoffct an' griddle cakes. We colculite to
chirge rnougli to folia tat tU tisjr want."
Vouth a Coai;nlott '
THR NBJ 7 MOVB j
AH . LITTLt MM
AA CAULlr4Gr OM
THE VOTERS TO
ET THEIR SUPPORT
M THE; CONMMCr
there's my wife mo coaab R6HT IK. i
HER ANOTHER ANtO HER ) KNQ THEV VIUu
GRAMDrWOTHERTAMO WTT UlV WAV OR oJl
HER FOOR AUNTS ( Tf V0TE WW rOK T
Te'l'V''V,weN'S 0im i i 1 1 ii -1 -ii Tj
Betty Vincent Gives Advice
Permission to Call.
" "A younV man and
a young lady have quarrelled ami be-
come reconciled. Now should the lady
ask the gentleman to call again, or
hould ha ask her permission to do so?''
lie should ask lior permission. ,
MJ. II." writes! "My fiancee and I
TiCrttTS Pleas e.
CANT 61T TfOUol
r- in I w 1 7y
I CBJ WE HAVE A J-OVSBjjf
&Jte) .OUR HOUSE "o J
1 cT'JV I IK sasasaA
day seem to bo hre at last, thu
days which make moat of us wish wt mlstit bs coun
Of course, thouph, by far the greater majority of the
young men and women of New York must remain practi
cally the entire summer In the city. It's too bad; hut at
least take this bll of1 advice! Spend all the time vou pua
slbly can ln the open air.
Wo are all fortunate In llvlns on the scacoatt. And of
course thosu who prefer trreen wass to ocean can easily
arrive at their chosen plcnlc-fround by tlui trolley car
It really doesn't so much matter where you bo, so Ions
as you get away from baked asphalt and stifling rooms.
Give the moving picture show a three months' rest and
make "fresh air" your recreation watchword this summer.
Ihad ,nn, " next February,
" In that month,
"" ,h9 " ' unlucky' w" "
"" " matter i
I advlsg you not to be superstitious.
"K. N." writes: "A young man has
paid me attention for nearly a year,
but has not remembered me at Christ-
maa or on my birthday, lie )ss giving
presents la a silly, childish notion. Do
you think be really carts for tneT"
It would be more courteous to remem
ber you with some almple gifts, but
perhaps you ought not to judge hi in on
this one count.
A Birthday Gift.
"J. J." writes: ' I have been paying
attention to a girl for about a year.
Her birthday comes next month. What
ebr.II I give herr
i;ither flowers or a book would be
"X 8." writes: "Isn't It all right for
a young lady to receive attentions from
anveral young men, If she la 'heart
whole and fancy free?'"
Certainly, If the attentions are of the
K." writes! "I have taken a
young lady to numerous atarUloaanU,
nun (tSrBlitff Mir
70cc c.o . ( hR& THERE MSJV VI
but have never made her any Dresenta.
On rny birthday she gave me a diamond
scarfpln. 1 appreciate tht gift, but was
It a suitable one?"
No; the young lady was too generous.
"n. D. writes! "If a number of girls
and young men go on a picnic together,
hould two or three girls leave their
i-scorts and Join another pwtv nf
rtrunge young men?"
At on certainly nut!
"I. It." writes: "I have been peyln?
attention to a girl for a year, but dur
ing the last two monlhs shu lias seemed
cool to me. What do vou advise me to
Have a frank explanation and find
out If you have offended her,
"J. II." writes: "I am in love with
a girl, but I am afraid to propose to
I tier. Mow can 1 be aure of her ufftctlon
You don't deserve to be sure If you art
not brave enough to ask her,
fT JOovyrujht, lUU. by Ibe I'tiwa CiibUahlne (. I
ntie New Tw WktM, fgf I
1 Cool 6 3weA? ,
6ot M OUT OF
MY PoCWET ASwt
cA GreAt Summer
(CouyrlgM. Ull. by Dobbt-WerrlU Oo.)
TNorau or I'ltrxiKniNrj oitAPTr.n.
aetata klUworth. a ynuos Nrw Yorker, otnoot
get work berauat of blood red blrtbmarU Ibat
carer bit biDda, M.i be conaerrta for tirge tn-
com. to marry to7 iionj. wnost uacie a.tin
rum wanlt to get rid of b. lii'hralm ba.1 bad
ber father put In an tayluwi, w let re the latter
diet, and has kept Nancy t "rlames. 11 Hon and
Nancy go to I'euruilianla farm, where they fall
gemunely In hire Willi each other. They tre spied
on by t rnrtteeioiu maa who wean t brown derby.
Doubting that their marriage waa tfoimed by
a rttular rlrrgyaian, I key I'lan a second cere
mony. Ulwn goea to tht neAmt town Ua get a
U rente, on hla return Naney tiu ranltbe.1. leie.
log an apparently forged Itttrr of farewell, If a
a tUrtt In pursuit, belleilng tbt hat been ktil-
nappe.1. ne rraorw ner so iiuciinanwm. "aym
aht end tn older woman end a man lodged for
ttm night tt the house of t Mrt. lllirop. .There
Nancy hat left t noit telllna Mtton .he. ta In tbt
power of a men who telle himself "lr. Morrtens."
and who la ttklog her to New Tork. Mre.
Itthmp etys tbt man and tbt older woman pre
tended Nancy wit Intent tnd that they were Uk.
(ng her to tn tajlum, Utann hurries t Ntw
Tork, in tnonymnw letter telle him ta go to a
certain uVxia. There, among other
reewgmtet SUnSent. trie mock minister who mar
rted htm to Ntwey. tflng tht etlooa. Mttoa
a Mndbtwed tad robbed. MutijM U ftU
hotel, be teat the elelk tbont bit7 rnktbaa.
The Old Gentleman of the
DUB clerk laughed. "1 ihouldn t
worry about that If I war
you." he aald. "Sea hr. Sir.
Ellaworth, w know you
pretty wM by Mill tknik
Wa'll let tha biu go ror a wnuw,
yotl can aUy hera tfntll you can gt In
totich with friend. In tha maantlma I
guett we can upplr rou wltli what
money you need."
X have heard many people complain
that New Tork U a cold and aoulleaa
plaoa, whera tradesman and Boniface)
have learned ty auch long and bitter
experlenca tha guile of a ichemlng
world, that ru newd, howsvar lutt. can
turn thfjn from their policy of tuple.
Ion. Yet hore watt a young roan, an
i tn hi aura a truatarl One
who was offering me, quite aa a matter
of course, a trust ana wwuujos -r
which he himself must pay, If by any
chance he should hava ovtretllmattd
my horteaity or ultimata oWenoy.
..... t ili.nV vnu v.rr much. I
aid. rather weakly, for In my haken
condition I rouna u nr" w iym
udden flood of gratitude whlcft M
would have found embarraailng. Bttll,
try aa I would, my voice waa a llttl
tinateady, and, Ilk any normal Amer
ican, he btcama Immediately 111 at aa),
At. sh.fa ait rlrht." ha Ud brUkly,
and retreated In confusion.
H tmotlont aa I d re seed war
trangely mixed. Within ahort weak
my numb, uneyenirm me
surneM tnoay-turvr. euid lt gray fatrlo
had suddenly been strewn with
bewildering tangia or di.o au
hop and lov. loa and far playd
havoo with Its dreary aerenltyi and
three time within the laat few day)
acnuaintancfr had apokn to
m In klndnea.
I had never had very miwn money,
now at a atroka I waa absolutely pen
niless. It seemea to my aim eaviiuia
lenses aa It I must te moving in a
iream from wlilch I might at any
moment awake. Yet I stepped out Into
the city with no very definite plan and
... ... a. .a1 Jt nl la aai In m
wltn a rew oorruw
i.. .inline tn anlia of mvatlf. and
In spite of my new misfortune, with th
unconriueTed kinnnpess or tna wurm.
.. . t i.e. i v. . vt f wrflls a ahort
note to my brother, telling him simply
that I had orem wayiaia nu roiU.u,
. . . .'.i .. - v, i , in tnmn rim a hundred
nriu aiv,iit - .
dollars until 1 eoul4 find aom way of
repairing my rortunei.
Thla was, I recognised, only an arrow
shot Into the air. for my brother wa
an uncertain person, rarely In funds,
or In the same place for any length of
time; but at the moment It was the only
way of getting money that I could
think of, and without money my blind
searfh for Nancy would be crippled also.
I walked for a fw blocks In the
fresh -air, trying as beat I co'tld to
make some definite plan of campaign.
Hlater, the retired Uundryman, might
tllll be found, but by what nieins I
could not at the moment devUe, unless,
perhaps, I were to make an appeal to
th police. Kvery lost day waa an
added terror to me, and to think at
all I had to put from my mind the
thought of Nancy'a possible circum
stances, of the many ugly ohanees that
might befall her. Kven if she had
been taken bank to her uncles, the
sl.nck of returning to the place she had
i ftared itnd bitted for so long might
work ner incuirwiu.io num.
Her unrle's! 1 p.iusiil abruptly In the
middle of Ihe block. Why had I not
Kone there at the very outset? Kor If
nhe were there I muilo sure they could
not hide her 1 rojp me; and If she wera
not. and this thing had been dune with,
out thn kniwtedno of Ilphralm llond,
tltcli, fur all I know, he might prove an
I turned, and making my way hack 13
r'lflh avemue, took a bus uptown, deter
mining on my way that Ihe moment th-
door waa opened I would slip past the
servant and enter the house.
The sign of an eloclrlo protective com.
pany hung In front of th drawn shad)
of the lower window, aa Indication to
all th orld-and mora particularly Th,t
Story of Ncxu York
underworld that the house was cloastl
and empty and wired against Intruatam.
Across the atreet from th ttaN ad
aandwlched In between a atraaxfed
dwelling avid a tobacco shop waa a llttl
lunchroom dignified by tha nam of tha
"Golden Cat." Th place aa X ontered
It was almost empty, and I took a table
In a corner by myself. Th red haired,
indifferent boy In charge brought m
black coffee. Two women wtra ehatttng
over tea by tha window, and I lingered
Impatiently over my coffee, waiting for
tham to leave; for I wanted to have th
proprietor to myself. They war an
unconscionable time, and I mad or
that other patrons would drop In; but
no on els oame, and at last th
women departed, leaving a tip just
large enough to put th red haired hff
Into a bad humor.
"Do you know." I asked him, "who
owns that rod brick table across 4t
"What did yon ay you wanted?" he
replltd, passing m and speaking across
tha counter behind me.
"X wanted to know." I repeated, "who
owns that stable directly opposite?"
"Dunno," aald th boy.
If spoke as If he had patd no atten
tion to my question, ao that t turned
round for my next and launch! it
tquartly at Mm. "Wall, hav you over
heard of Rphralm Bond?" I aaked.
"Nop: want any mor eoffe?"
"X sriinpoM to," I aald, and turnei
back to my tabb.
Th boy cam out from bohtna his
counter and trafflerd past me, and ,I
looked up to aa that another customer
had entered. H waa a small white
patrwd man, whose pleasant tavo with
tfa w1dty-art, attract looking yt
Mrrv4 psrfsctly familiar. When ha
had gtron hla erdar tie looked down th
room at m. , X bowod. for I was
oartaln that I had asset titm emwhre.
Indeed, h inlaTht hava b axsmo aid
friend of my father's, aged now beyond
Instant recognition, but atSU a osrvsin
np returned my bow MrrexMly nd
bent over Ma food) btrt ono or twtas,
ai I sipped my aebond cue) of eMffeaalMj
found his mtld sr studying n lari
forgotten about him. aoworar. aag tk
Idle wonder of wfio h was. weataa ha
"nEJ1? tlld ,nt PWM.
old X hear you ask, sir," b taaid sn
a qur. qult llttl rolcs, tm aTs
named Bpbralm Borrdr
We Hold Conference:
UK BCOSBt I '
Prtswd to aaarer
th mild Ma
warcrsd from mlaa.
"Vas. air," r,p,UL
mm. and can you ttll m if m a..
owner of that stab! otsposauf
Th. old genUeman smtfed. TU-m
"w weua. wr you a
KphraJm Bond'a. and what do i
of hlmr 1
I heiitated. ,1 did not waat to an i
y""1'0". nd. v.n If I?5hT
what rpy to raaka to
the first half c,f hi. qUMtloa?
t Zum. uap0i r" xctly frtend."
to find him. I hav. b..n lohllhotM.
and found It closed, and I had an Mea
that he owned that atabl over thsra."
a J 9.Hll0e,nJ' ",a th oW nman.
And th repty seemed by It. rry ab
ruptnea. to end th conversation. Never
theless, I sat atlU and waited;
aaked" " hUrt yU ,an5'
i stared at him tn amaxement :
an you ask that?" X .aid. "Do
know who I am?"
"I am not sure." tnM eh. m
man, I tvaa only wondering."
in? m..nT0t u,r1e hat ha hurt m.
either, I replied: "but I should very
much like to find him. Do you know
where he la at present?"
The old gentleman rapped aharply
with a coin on the table ton. "Our
checks, boy, our checks," ha said. He
motioned nway the money I took from
my pocket. "No. no." ha aald. "let me
nettle; It will save time. You and I
need to have a long talk together, and
this Is no place for It. Will you do me
the rourte.iy of visiting my room?"
"Oladly," I answered, and reached'
for my lint.
At the first corner I started unoon
sclcumly to turn west, and my com
panion luld his hand on my arm.
"No," he nalil, "east. If you please.
n.tHt, lii fact some dletance east. I
perhaps I should uxplaln that I am a
i oclolouJHt, a student, you under
vtniul, of mankind nnd society."
At Second nvrnue ho had turned down
town, and now, as my companion, con
cluded, he stopped me with a large ges
ture before the dark door of a rather
Tlerc," he said, "Is th palace of th
pauper, the parliament bouse of man
II dived Into th dark hallway Uk
an aged but nimbi whit rabbit
, To B CoatlMlo&l j jjj
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