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The Evening World Daily Magazine, Saturday, November 2. 1912
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RlM Sew Tart World. I
By C. M. Payne
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An' THTEW IT
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APIVegt My "PoT An' 4
MV ToT GAVE Tf(tM
A 600X SLAP AN'THeN,
TME-1 WUt jCAREUTo
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a ' v i -s 1
f ou Can Be Your
; Own Beauty Doctor
V THE FACE FRAME,
By Andre Uupont
Oopwght. 1012. by Th. Prrt PuhlkMm Ce. (The New Tort World).
HAT do you tlilnk Jack aaked me lu night?" Inquired the Woman of
Jack was the bring to whom ahe ordinarily referred aj her "worssr
X L HIS FIRST BIRTHDA Y.
I ' ke PrMi PaluaWat Os, I
ffke Mea lark Weita.) (
By tie a nor Schorert
"He aaked trie if all
the women at Mrs.
Weatslde'a dance had
what ha elegantly
termed 'a head on.'
And when I wanted
to know what In the
world ha meant he
aid that they all
earned to be auffsrlng
from splitting heart
ache!. For their heartii
were awathed In raga.
And he pointed to a
young girl wearing a
tunning white mallnc
bind. I had been
thinking It a rather
smart looking orna
ment until Jack put
thta fool notion In my
when I had to admit ttiat It did look something like a bandage."
"eton," aaid the Girl, scornfully, "bare absolutely no idea of style."
"Perttapo not," agreed the Woman, out of her wider experience, "yet they
nana fir admire things that make a woman It, -k pretty. And do you know, I have
bean thinking thmt posssbly molt of us are getting a ttttl careless this winter!
la regard to face framing."
"That's a new one on me." said the Olrt
"Wot,, the way the hair la dressed," responded her friend. "Doesn't the!
cotffur act off the face In exactly the name manner eh at a frame arte off a I
ptctureT Borne featuree are o .perfect that no setting can spoil their effeot, but
thsse are unfortunately (like real tuaaterpteree In art) vary few and far between
DM you aver nt. iWv that certain women wtio look pretty in their everydoy
clothes are amarst plain when they don their glad rag for a ball?"
Ton trunk It'i the halrdreeslng and not the dreaa that does It?"
"Vine times out of ten. Before adopting any new arrangement of the hair,
shady the efTect carefully from all aides In rhe -l isa. And be Just aa particular
when selecting hair ornaments. A woman must be a Kood deil of a beaaty to
wear becomingly some of the biaarre and atartllng modea that Live been brought
out ttlls winter. One of the moat fashionable hair bands looka not unlike an
Indian-! 'war bonnet.' "
WA" BOKI VJBtT tFFECT.
MShenando ah W
A Clvtl War Tjomance of bhian's liid
By Henry Tyitcll
Founded on Uromon Hoicnrd i Orrat Pitt.)
(Oanfrlelit, Kit. bi O. P. Putnam't nam.)
TNorms or PRnucniNa oiiapteiu.
HtUr la Imua.xllna ui i). : lau. (r
u( tJir -t,.aitah allar. i Italia
a HhaaaaMfciah -Mln4xr hciiiap. arvetij iM
qiMlManrr dhi it rlianer. Awt i lU-tu are
OsL Keehiril Wrat, of the Cnton Amy ami c ire.
tr wlf p.vii 4. am a K.iutlim irl ilea. Hairrlll
li In rvwwaikl of a t'nan .Uvlalm irlaUlil urar
Hrlle Hinqurt Hit "i rra -k hat tried la ainne
lor e nMawr eta W Jiaitae la ina InWral
imi imd tee naate uf rtrrlloe, aad aas baa
froinidarl and iatitlired Waat haa artrd M gn
hrtwaan t--t Prtttli and llafrrlll , ,-. .,. I elf, a
"!na aed baalkil wuroan wbo la tjileg to r
hm hrr r.a ran. '; llararUI la sjaeraat of
hla ejla'l .ff-rl. In Ilia Sag a liehalf. K laanl
'I 'Mnitnr, a Hfaifelirtti aii , wtwM aumtlna te
Mra. I'averlU terra nniJ I te Wrat. haa -t i.-u
fmnt Krank a -I tur. uf Ihr reuC matem.
I tm ui la raiiirej and aearvhel SVrr flnda
on lihn lm Haterrll'a i i - ur, ami txrketr It.
TIrtHun miuntlr Vtrat. Tile fl. m-a fall Inln
tlie InuxU Urn llaterill. lu fortsla uar.-in
i,l tn take part Id tlir 1 1 hatile and
idacea him luidrr arrant. Wrat awl llarmiae
t Hti rriaaawl The ha.rtle ' ' -Ui t'rrek
iKsiaa. The I'nlcm fnrera (all la. k. Weat.
wximtari ami under arroat.. ireaka aaay lr rally
M, asaaataei. Kridan Kamrlna of hla amy a
rlrfeal. gallota fr 'ii WI-w'heetsT aad turna ha
retreat Into a ! ' n Weal la i-aittirrl. He, la
itarolrd; and tlnetrwia haa nasi takes to Iter
la l.'-r , lil. luaMoil hoina. There Waal and tier,
tpida tell the latter a brother. Hob. that I hey
i' "d i" ha saarrlal it unca. lleatv. eaeantiaaa.
drirra Ur bef'.rr hint tn Atnrtmafnl. A flag uf
tmca fluttera la the raa of Iat't eraaf.
cnc year ulal My, no, not a baby any longerl Utile Johnny'$ mother laying: "Ut really nccda $uih thinrt. H'h, hf, if much too bright fur baby
cannot make n certain atyle either beo jnlag or suitable. In expressing the aanie
Idea, did you ever know that Dr. Johnson once aald of the famoua actress, Mrs.
Saddohs: 'Art does not adorn her; nature adorns ftier and art glorifies her'?
"I do think of r, rnetlUnar elie occasionally tMee my a(pearance, althousTh
you might not bellev-e It. But to get back to brass larks, how do you Uke my
hair dona tills way?" Her face was framed by softly parted tresses.
"Very pretty, I think," aald her friend. "Only !on't draw It down quite eo
Ugfitly at tjhe sides. Fluff it out a Utile more and It will make your face took t
rounder. It arpears a trifle long as it la Yes, that's mu -h better. If you dress I
your hair that way ftr the oard party this evening you should not wear a wide 1
band In It, but a slender, twisted one with a ribbon ornament or bunch of
alarrettee at one side. Those narrow ltanda Are not b.,jf m irvina a t, Mataaii u
"It la aetonkthlng the difference the
nake In the appearance, with certain
ypea of faces a simple style brines out
II the good points, while others requ're
mare or test slabt rats colffurs to add
jtportsnce to the features. Perhaps
( nose needs toning down If It Is too
g. This can be dona to a much
.eater ettent tt.en rnnat peo;Ie realise
v the arrangerrunt of the hair. A
fl ever Parlalan hairdresser once proved
R me that he could mike me look very
K .atty or extremely dowdy and plain
r the way he fixed my hair. And all
a'.ode Every woman wno reauy trmnia
IL look her boat and not be merely a
nihaa horae for different experiments
3 i aabtoa ahauU atudy her own type BKOMI N5 TO MOOT
W ahe looka well with her hair low, let WOM f-oJ-tf
fa' sr wear it tatevt way. If U Is mure becoming high, high she should wear
fVfOnsh wary othar woman In the land haa hers fallinet about bar neck."
( by Te.
New Tart World !
By J. K. Bryans
'a different oolffuree selected for this
:perlment wrTe 'absolutely the latest
. t ; .
.aSJl ssassaaaa-- xaar sT
"8ee here, young man I Have you any excuse for being aa lata?"
"Yes, teacher, I got a peach of a one, but I'm eo excited dart I can't
think of It juat dla minute!"
"My bey, I rejoice to aee you ao eager for school I "
"Yeeeir. It'a on fire, and I'm hurryln' tar aaa It before day puts It outl"
KB Army of Northern Vlr
aiala had fought to the last
ditch and still stood unoon
quered, holding out for hon
orable terms of surrender.
Brilliant as ilen. Iee'e bat
tles had been, the demonstrations of
grnlus and ihsi ai ter which he gave la
this six days' retreat from Petersburg
Mad Hlohmond rivalled the lustre of hla
'Then there Is nothing left me but to
go and see (Jen. Urtsltt," he now aald.
tih. Ueneral!" oame the protael of
hla lieutenants, "what will the world
ssy of the surrender of your army la
"Yes, they will say hard things of ut.
I know. They will not underatand how
ws were overwhelmed by numbers. But
that Is no the queatloh. Tin ejuoatln
la Is It rlsthl to surrender? If It Is
right, than I will take all the responsi
bility." The note brought under flag of true
to the Federal lines was Uen. Lee's re
ply to an earlier communlra Ion from
Uen. Orant. The proposition had been
made and accepted for a euapenalon of
huotllltlee pending negotiation looking
to the surrender of bee's army. Oen.
Grant at this moment was some miles
Jii ml from Appomat'ox Court Houee,
on the Parnivtlle and Lynchburg road.
In hla sabaence nu definite arrangements
could be men,. But a awlft courier was
despatched with the message, and the
truopa wsre halted In their respective
i y 'he latarval occupied by there
arrangements n stately, gray-bearded
Federal onVer approached Ool. Blllng
htam, who had been aent by Den. Oor
don with thu Hag of truce, and drawing
something aloibileea a document from
his side porket, eald:
ft.lt.iiel, I have been requested while
waiting to extend to you the oourlealea
of this aide of the line" -at the sams
time proffering the supposed document,
which proved lo be a silver flaerk.
Poor Bob waa worn, hungry and rtls
plrltedi but he downed the temptation
manfully, saying politely:
"I thank you, Oeneral, but having
been aent here under grave clrrum
stancss, solely to bring and return
By John L. Hobbla
I laaaaSataeaaaayayaSaSaaaa ,
(linisjsl ltlt. by The Praat lrsusslDg Oa.
I TU Now York World).
sea HOHNE saya shs can't speak
about a beautiful sunset but what
father accuses tier oi Deing in iove
kOatXTIkCES David Craum saya a
smart thing, but he lin t amart
enough to know it.
HE Board of Education sent word to
Mr. Craum last week that his chlj
dren are ulasslnsd as orphans.
AN Renin says that the jottes of
the unborn humorists can be found
In the works of th. late humorists.
Squaring the Social Circle
i TheHbitse Purty hostess I
1 Rear ranees the Tabie.f
i . . 111.
by The I'rtee I'lil.liat.ms (lo.
(The Nsa fort World I
X By Flora Sheffield
iROP. PINNED claims to be an edu
cated mun, but Mrs. Plunk gayi '."
ilk doesn't believe that he has i. t l
aaatf tlis volumes boat hive been printed.
IRS. PERKS says hor husband nev r
likes to see her have any t njoy
tnent. When any good gosttlo Is
by the nelgbbore be tries to
theft U isn't true.
communlcstlon, I fear 1 cannot ras
erly elt ier accept or offer any cour
tesles." The only material courtesy ha sseald
have offered would have been to haad
out the unparchad corn with whloh kle
coat tall pocket was stuffed!
The r tn. hi offlrer bowed, bagged par
don and returned Ike flask to as
pocket without looking at It aaila.
Then he approached a step nearer aad
said In a hearty tone
"Very good. Rabert! I am glad to
see that you are still true to your old
principle of temperance and strict at
tention to duty."
Then Col Klllngham recognlaad Oa
Havenli the Mexican var comrade of
hla father under the old flag, and hla
own and tier l rude s guardian until the
great aunderlng of aacred tlaa by the
awful outbreak of civil strife that now
had apent Itself after laying the coun
try and lie homes and Induslrlee daae
And as he atoed there under the
Hag of truce la the condition af
conquered rebel before the powerfal.
unrompiomlslng foe the young South
ern soldier fait his heart ge out to ike
veteran warrior of the Union, now array
and careworn from long service aad
heartbreaking sacrifice at the altar af
"We meet under difficult elrousa
stances. Oen. Haverlll ." f altered Bab,
"mil I trust there are ao hard faale
, one. Robert, ray boy quite the eea
trary. It Is time. Ood knows! How are
"She and Kerchlval were married laat
Sunday." answered Boh. He
ileneral s face alter strangely, and
whole attitude stlffsn. aa If hla heart
had auddenly froaen. So he hastened
to add: "But ere nave not been able
bo locate Cant Heartaeaaa. attd I
baewr ilnrr tn speculate as to
haa become of htm."
"On that point I can give yaw
oome news," aatd Oen. Haverlll,
etina hht old cordiality. "Ha
while being transferred from Danville
and oame to ua at Peteraburg to rejeln
the ooraa. Bat he waa ta aa
for campaigning, go I aent I
Washington, where I have
Miss Jsnny Buckthorn will i
nurelng blm to reoovery."
In due time word was -eoelved
Oen. Orant that ho waa aotalns an
Immediately ta Is nana terms of sur
render with the .Southern eoaamandsr.
Oen. O rant's courier found Oen. Late
near Appomattox Court House, lying
under an apple tree upon n blanket
spread over soma rails whence orleThv
ated the report about Loa'a havinai aMr
randered "beneath the apple treat af
The hlat. ric meeting of tha two Ooa--Tis
re.iiy took pltce at tha hcaass
of Mr. Wllmar McLean, a Vlralntan
who, before and during the first battle
nf Mi.naaaas. had resided at McLean's
V ti' over Bull Bun, and wtn had re
moved thenoe to Appo'iattox expresaty
In order to be out of the war's amy.
What a strut freak of deetlny was
that whloh now brought both armies to
this fancied secure retreat, to end sag I
the fighting begun at Bull Run nearly
four years previously!
Oen. Orant. accompanied by Oans.
Sheridan and Ord and sevsral other
officers. Including Oen Haverlll. pre
sented a striking contrast to Oen. Lee,
who with a cour'e of staff officers
awaited him In the old-fashioned parlor
of the MeLean reoldeaee.
Orant. forty-three years old, medisxai
sited sml somewhat stoup-shouldered,
wore no marka of rank eaeept a fan
eral'a shoulder straps on his blue flannel
blouse. Ills Iroussrs were tucked In hla
boots, and he had neither sours nor
sword. Lee a doien years older than
his late adversary, had the stature and
bearing of an o!d knight crusadsr. tale
hair und beard were silver-gray. Ma
wore a plain but hant'oe itrgeorm af
Confederate gray, top hcjota with apure,
gaiintlote and a drrrs sword. Title
unaccustomed slde-crm waa a sptendM
blsda engraved on one side with the
motto: "Aide tol el Dleu raiders," aa
that other able wtth the Inscription,
rnminlseent of the cimr.lgn ehat had
ended at Antletatn- "Oe". Robert B
Lee. from a Marylander. IMS."
The two rommanrtera. now hrnugyht to
gether to arbitrate the deetlnlea af a
RfetVM. nail met once, elrhleen yen ta
before. In Mexico, when Lea wag aa
encHneer officer on the staff of Own
Scott and Orant a a una! torn af in
fantry. After a plevmnt ailuatoa te
thst meeting, with the ex.-hange af
greefnea, Oen l.ee pm needed a onea
to the bualneae In hand by saylaag?:
"Oen Orent. It : due to a (rank
unditretandlna between ut tint I should
say at the nuteet thst Ian wliSna" to
discuss S'trrsndor onlv on terms con
sistent with the hor.t- or my
whltri otKerl Is prepared to re
the very lant."
tTo He Continued)
Of the Law!
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