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Saturday, September 20, 1 njf
'he Pauline Furlong
Such IS Life! .Tr. By Maurice Kcttcn
The Evening World's
Kiddie Klub Korner
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Vomen'n National Army
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For the Shop Girl
6M0 COOK FofcMx;
I My Favorite llrro
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1 4rtt kt rtsr bars
up wh lime
a4 nosey (or
tHerlng the coq
dHIB of ikHr
lulp during erk
Inr brs, Of
course ' Una ti
for the comfort of
lerrkc, Iwprored health and
cbwrful disposition, which
Ily U riffled la the work
ral department stores hare
r roofs on tbelr build
Bade luto lorrly tuuimir gar
with growing plant In a riot
lon, swings, hammocks and
Ivy corrrrd log house where
nployecs may rent In the air
sunshine during the luncheon
Bercral largo mannfacturlng
In tho Mlddlo Writ havo cone
er and KuppllM fully equipped
sailuniR, w Ith Instructors, shower
restaurants, rest rooms, Ac.
cure- they realize that they
not mads n mlstakn in further-
I tho comfort of thoso whom they
so rdof which I recently Tlsltod
o largo that 1 ventured to aug
a tennis and handball court,
I am suro this came would be
ayed by the men and women dur-
rcst hour, especially thoso who
sedentary lives, such, as book-
- air space such as
.deal spots for women
ictlse deep-kaee bend. Tilth
a aa hlpa.
1 little clubs for physical cul-
tfAf! MAM Knita lias ir Vl il Vl a
tcUsod in drill by eight, ten or
persons, with one acting as,
rs to Health and Beauty
KLE3 E. M. B.t Freckles
log more than an excess of
matter in the skin. It Is
o prevent their nppearanco
. cmovo thorn. When exposed
ht or wind wear a thick
veil and use cold cream and
before exposure. Diluted
ue of hydroccn or diluted
Juice will fade them out somo
but both are drying to the
Mi should be us?d sparingly,
flMMINQ BDITH N.: 3wlm
Is nelthor particularly roduolng
leveloplng, but It certainly will
m andMmprove the muscles, re
excess fat and all In hollows
te excessively thin body. Of
le, diet 'and other hyglenlo meth
must be followed to reduce or
lop the body generally. Bwlm
t la a healthful sport and may be
aed at tho V. W. C. A. In a
'.ed tank, at Fiftieth Btreet and
RACKED AND CHAPPED LIPS
TllEL, 1).: Caro of tho general
Ith and local applications of co
butter will relievo this condition.
IEAD NOI8ES MHS. TOANK
Tho head noises and ringing In
Vara may ba cauesd by uuto
xlcatlon and retained wasto mat
Mn tho system, or catarrhal cundl
Uon may be the causo. You snould
consult an car spocinllst anil make
eure. Deafness is often curatilo if
tnkenjln time. ,
80RENE36 AROUND THE NAILS
uvituKJtY l..: JJo nut cut tho
cuticle, and Keep tho nulla anointed
with cocoa butter as much as posnlr
NEP,VOU8NE"Iii AND HEAD
ACHE 13. n.: Yes, Indited, dUeoard
iiorvcs cause many distressing head
aches, and you must try to strungthen
tho nervous system through deep
oreaining ami puro roods to stimu
late and enrich tho blood, upon which
thsy feed, Exercise will also stimu
late thu blood to nil partH of tho
pony, aim you snoiilil pructina some
for tllQ loWLT imrrn nt II In .Ir-intr Iho
liblood and ooncatlon down from tho
lihead. Medicines will belli vun onlv
RED EYE6 ANNII3 D.: Hurning
slid red oyes nro tho result of itruln
or wind., Yuu should continue the
I'orlo acid, uslnw It In the cyt cup
Mvernl times enuh day ta clear them
.Lllft ronillVfi th, Inrtlltnltinllrin Mlnai
j'io iPfclnlUt nyH thero Is ti real
llVllllllM f lllll ullfai flam. .iln,,.. la
a . w .. -1 . n.,,v liaa ,i;btl.4a .t.
Vniused.by thu ubove invntloued con-lOHons.'
WJHi hanrla an Mpa, rrose Ira
far Tr oilier with eaeh etep.
leader, they become doubly Interest
ing and relieve tho monotony of ex
ercising at homo at night
I havo suggested here several bene
ficial movcmonls which lend them
selves to drill practice and are at the
same time helpful and strengthening
to women who stand many hours of
the day, because they Increase the cir
culation of the blood through the
lower body, whero It often oongcstx
and causes dull, aching pains through
Tho smaller picture shows tho
deep-kneo bend, which lends bal
ance and poise and exorcises tho
thighs, hips and legs. This should!
be practised with t,ho hands on tho'
hips at least five minutes, stopping!
between each bend to relax a second.
. The larger picture shows the
cross-step walk, and this should bo
done in like manner, with hands on
hips, qnd each leg crossed far dver
the other with each step.
Ten minutes of these or other open
air exercises at noon will keep the
muscles in good physical condition.
HOW TWO WOMEN LOVED ONE MAN
WHO WAS' REALLY SOMEBODY ELSE
The Cleverest Story of the Year
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BT.NOl'Hia OF I'JtECKOINO 1.HTM1KNTH,
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" Wm ibnai-d ship tiiU iiuamlintel- bfiln. to iisimm th toitor' iiutnvctloin. TrMk fojnn a
of liuriiUri icq Ulm HkjI In tin lip in nii:nllon of I.Ii i.mnr,l helul.
by bar Aunt Mchutaix-l. fawttou-lf naninl
haj btta altnutna laiv ta tiia ioon.l cabin an.
Hamli. Ha iraa incr-Nt In Ixaltni hll oh-el
inca laii 10 iran wia attyou rum. iaaam.Tr fl Olm auU crl-l "Han IlllllUanl." Ibt UI
ta tnil anil cunsMuiblt ticitcmrnt csauea bmldealj Tiu't fluili bluticlt beitJe Uia nrttu fill.
Kh. la al.rni.4 -
"VTS almost JmpoMlblft to find
" H BHrVw 1 . si nlavVit "
WW J MwU 111 t nWOBJ a r HIBMtf
he said. "And perhaps there
was nobody, after all.".
"Out tbe alarm there
must have been."
"Sometimes mistakes are made,"
The dancing girl abivored.
"The boat Is coming back," said
Troak quietly. "There la no use remaining-
hero. Shall we go forward?"
She submitted mecbonloally to the
guidance of bis arm, and Trosk drew
bcr out of the crowd.
"Don't let it get on your rlerves," he
counseled, and proceeded to Introduco
hlmsolf by his right name.
"My namo is Hands," sbo volun
teered qulutly. "tildnuy Sands,"
'Kcelcr had prepared him for the
latter half of bur name, Hut not for
"Sldnoy," Perhaps ICecler did not
know; Traak hoped ho didn't.
They woro forward of the deck
houso now, where ho found a chair
for hor and another for himself. Not
;i pawtcngur was In night; tho crowa
was still watching thu return of tbd
"I don't think I've aeon you before,"
Hho said frankly, studying him in the
"No, I've been In my stateroom a
good deal. I'm u poor sallor.V'
"I was afraid I would ho. It's my
first voyage. Hut 1'vo tmrprlsod my-
, "Hut you're enjoying it,"
"Untll-Just a luilP whlio ago, I've
alwayn been looking fur an adven
ture Hut not tint Idnil."
KUlucy Sands wiuh un outlaw In the
livnuty league, Hho un mottv ac
conllng to no rule whatever. Sho waa
' too small to ho a guddes; she was
even smunur in an rrusK had judgutl.
"I'm a little Intcrcbted In adven
tures roi'stlf," bo said, studying her.
"What particular1 kind of adventure
do you like moU"
"1'vo been finding my own rather
fascinating It waa so unexpected."
"I didn't know you had one."
"Yes, Indecdl You sue, I Jeft
father on tho wharf."
"I suppose that's what ho was
doing," n-he said speculatively. "He
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nnrJn - ti Tr.in. Turn '
rtmitkiMj wtllir (til, a Mln
dialt J inm Krelcr'a abaanca. lla dim
tuba met Ui
was doing a great deal of waving, at
any rate. You see, he expected to
take the Hhlp."
"And missed it?"
"Hy about a minute, I should judge.
I've heard of people hiring tug boats
to got them aboard, when such things
happen; but father would never thing
of such a thing, He's a professor."
Bha said it as if tbe announcement
of her father's occupation explained
"Absent minded, perbape," sug
"Oh, absolutely. Are there any who
"You're rolng all the way to Oal
vcston7" "Wo were going mudi further; we
wero going to South America, after
father had attended to somu matters
in Ualvuston. Hut I don't know
whother we'll got there now; It all
depends on whether I succeed In ftnd
lug him. Ho gets lost so easily."
She slghod and laughed, achieving
both fouls simultaneously.
"Of ooursu, he's In no danger," she
added, "lie protiably remumbored to
go back to tho houso, and mother will
tako him In charge when be cot
there, Hut I know ho Is dljappotntod,
llo had ;ua hrart set on tha trip, He
la trying to demonstrate a theory
ubnut tho wcathur; It may make him
famous, if he succucds. lie sent a
lot of instruments aboard that ho ex.
pectud to use. It would break his
heart If thu wholo trip waa wasted,
so I'm doing tho observing Not that
I roally know anything about it. AH
I Know how to do In to work somo
of tho Instruments and write down
what they say. I don't prutoml to
know tvli.it they mean. Nobody but
father known that."
"And tho rrt of the time?"
"tih, 1 lt on tho dfifl;, I read, I
wulli, I milt to popple and sometimes
Trarilt shook his head.
"Von don't dance," he said. "You
"That's a compliment, of course.
Thank you. Did you see me?"
"I did and 'wtshod I were your
"Than why didn't vnu oak me to
danro7" h atked promptly. "Every
thing Is quite Informal here. There
are no rerumnnlals."
"I I wasn't fooling well."
"I hod forgotten. Well, now that
you are gottlng your sea leus, we
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MR. JoHH I HAv
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eball expect to eee you occasionally.
There are lota of nice people aboar I,
and some who aro really very Inter
esting, Wo bave a muslo oom;uer,
and a mining engineer, and a chorus
girl. Tbero aro two minister. We
also havo a professional ballplayer
and a lady who paints deep aea pic
tures. And oh, I forgot perhaps the
moot interesting of all. We have a
eoldlor of fortune"
"I should think he'd be doing a
ltttlo soldiering on the other side," re
marked Trask. "There aro plenty of
"Hut ho did!" declared Miss Bands
enthusiastically. "He fought from
one end of Hvlglum to tho otnor, and
lu Northorn. Franco and part of tho
time In Altfco. He was Invalided
home, but before he could go back
they put him on some socrot work,
and that's what he's doing now. He
says he wants to get back Into tbe
fighting, though. Iteally, he tolls the
most wonderful stories; not about
this war, particularly, but about all
the other wara he has been In.
"Ho .has fought in three South
American revolutions and one in Cen
tral America, where they made him a
general. Hut he doesn't us that
title; he Just oalls himself a captain.
IIo Cvught In China, too. lie was also
a pasounger on a ship that was at
tacked by Malay pirates, and he took
command of the crew until thsy
fought them off. And, let me eo .
Oh, yes. He fought In South Africa,
whore the native had an uprising,
and he killed tho ohtef with his own
"Quite a fighting person." com
mented Triuik. "lie told you all this
himself, did he?"
"Ob, yes. And lots more. He has
had the most exciting adventures. Hut
you inusn't think he bousta about
them. What started blra was my
saying that I liked adventure. He's
'been an exploror, whon there wasn't
any lighting to do. He's been up the
Amazon twice, he's been through the
heart of Australia and once ne was
lost for six weeks in Slhorla. His
wholo llfo has Junt been otio exclto
mcnt after another."
"Evidently," said Trask, dryly.
"What'H tho name of this remarkable
"t'apt. rerrlssT ne' an American,
you know, but he's fought under so
many Hags that I should think he'd
forgot his nationality sometimes."
It was foolish, but Trask found him
self disliking t'apt. KerrWs, even to
tint extent of bulng slightly Jealous.
Miss Sidney Suuds was clearly a
young Woman to whom adventure
made an overwhelming appeal. His
own adventures had been prosaic; In
tact, It was unlikely that she would
consider them udventures at all, par
ticularly when tbey wero compared
to tbe exploits of the gallant captain.
Suddenly she asked the time and
be told her It was 10 o'ctoviC. Tbe ship
had been under way again for some
minutes and the passengers were
strolling back to their deck chairs,
talking In whispers.
"I must take an Instrument reading
for father," she said, rising. "So I
will say (rood. night, Mr. Trask."
He walked a little way along the
deck with her, and as they passed a
R.etuce-D Tr,e y
couple of pedestrians Trask heard one
"They had to give np the aearoh. I
know thoy'd never find him."
Tbe girl uttered a low gasp and
"Tae poor oreaturet" aha half whis
pered. "Do thoy know who it waa
yet? I'll be dreaming about it all
night, I suppose."
"Yku mustn't think of It again," he
"I can't help It."
She paused at her stateroom door
and extended a small hand, Trask
felt remorse. He did not particularly
mind stopping n ship and making an
hour's hard work for a boat's crow, but
he did regard It an sinful to havo
done anything that might disturb tho
slumbers of Sidney Sands.
"I'm going to tell you something
that will relievo your mind," he said
In a tow voice, glancing about him.
"But It's strictly confidential."
She nodded expectantly.
"Nobody has boon lost at sea from
"But why. I cant understand"
"flb-hl I'll explain some other
time. I just happen to know; that's
nil. Now will you promise not to
dream about It?"
"Good night," be said, qutokly, drop
ping hor hand. "Not a word to any.
Sho stood watching him, bewildered,
aa be moved forward and disappeared,
el.IMniNO baok to the upper
deck over the route whence he
had come did not appeal to
Traak. Ho doubted his ability
to perform tho feat without discovery.
It would take some daring adven
turer like Copt, rerrlssbad. luck to
him to accomplish that. He glanced
about for somo other means of mak
ing the return Journey, but without
"I guess thorn's nothing for It but
to walk back, If that man at the gate
doesn't hold mo up," he muttered.
He found the barrier and the gate
readily enough, but tbe guardian was
there, pacing slowly,
Trask stepped forward briskly, laid
hU hand on the gate and hod partly
opened It when he found his paasuge
barred by un nMo-bodled dtck hund.
"What is it, sir?" asked thu man.
"I want to go to tho first cabin."
"Against thu rutos, sir."
"Hut I belong there,"
"Then what are yuu doing in the
second cuoln quarters, Hlr? It's
against rules for first class passen
gers to visit tha ssoond cabin."
"I didn't know that. I'm sorry If
I broke a rule, But that can't pre
vent me from getting back."
"You'll have to be identified, air. I'll
send for a steward."
That was the last thing that Trask
proposed should happen. Ile'was not
yot ready to face exiiomre.
"Oh, come," he said, "Lt's all right
Yes I WA5
"It might be some other time, sir,"
answered tho man, shaking his head.
"Hut I've got strict orders to let no
body pass whllu they're counting up
in the first cabin."
"To see which one of 'em la tntsalng.
They've got an Idea, but they want to
"Hut don't you sea, they'll have me
missing if I'm not thero," protested
"I'll send for a steward, sir," said
the dock hand, to closo the argument.
Ho walked threo or four paces to a
spot where an electric push button
had beon set In the wall of the deck
house. Ahead of fhlm, Just across tho rail,
Trask saw tho stairway that led to
tho first cabin dock. Ho did not hesi
tate. Vaulting tbe gate, he took It
an tbe run and was already half way
up the steps whon ho hoard a yell
from tho guardian below and then a
heavy clatter of pursuing feet.
Trask darted across the deck and
around a corner. Just where he was
going ho had not the least ldoa; he
was merely resolved to make bis es
cape from the guardian at the gate.
A sheltered recoss opened at bio left
and ho bounded Into It
As he did so, his shin encountered
a sharp obstaclo and ho went sprawl
ing Into his own wheel chair,
Like a flash, ba squirmed about until
be was In the seat and drew tho
nteamcr rug across his knees. Then
he leaned lack limply and tried to
check his panting breath,
Ho had been nono too soon, for the
deck hand went charging past him.
Trask waited until tlio man wna out
of slirht, then reached for his shawl
iuiJ drew It closely about his shoul
ders. He found his hat and put It on,
Here was luck, Indeed, ho reflected,
even If his shin ached. Why, come to
think of It, ho had never been out of
his ohalr at all I
Presently he saw tho dark figure of
tho deck hand returning. Tha man
wns shaking his bend and muttering.
He raNt a carelivta glaneo at the In
valid, but went on without stopping.
K'ir several mlnu'es Trask hoard
nothing mora savo the steady throb
nf the Qulf Stream's engines. Then
cntnu a sound of fonts tops and low
voices. The footsteps hnlted Just be
yond the range of his vision.
"Come, Lucille, you must go to your
Trask ballnved It wns the voice of
Mrs. Kent. Certainly It was not that
of Aunt Alehetabol
"Not yet; not yet," he caught tho
answer. In a broken volo. "I rould
not ileep 1 want to bo alone a little,
mother. I'll walk for a few mlnutM
and then I'll come "
There was a feeble protest an the
part of the first speaker, and then
Trask saw tbe figure of Lucille Kont,
advancing slowly along tbe deck,
She paused opposite the nook where
his chair had been securely ohalned
by Keeler and glanced toward It,
nhaklng her head wearily. In the
gloom Trask doubted If sho rould see
that the chair contained nn occupant.
With a sigh that was audible at a
distance of several feet, Miss Kent
resumed her melancholy walk. There
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ihinWUif tmly i Old Ulry, tka flag
JO US PAVt, JONES
Horn al Klikham. Hrtln4, Jvlv t, ITT.
ATAI.L, icracrful man, wtlh btaek
hair and eyas, brtmd altewldarti
and a wlmiin manner, with
barrly feurtren ahlpa, huwkIM In
whipping tha mtlr UngtUh Navy
Tills man wm John I'nul Jonaa, the
"eornrstona of ilia Amrriwii Navy."
John Taul was Iho aon of a Hootch
Iriah gardentr Ills father trlM to
ItlBKA mm a trnr ajau, urn mo
boy's ganlua waa In ship. Ills hoinn
vlllar) was a fishing place, and his
rrnnlKRt flel Bill WU lu Kllliia inn
small smscka lu and out of tha treach-
11 aall'd on his flrat voyaga whan
a lad of twelve, tin wn a burn aidlnr
and soon rota to a ooiruuand of lilt
010na of his voyasaa took him to visit
htfl older brothnr William, who had u
Isl'g estate of 3,000 ncrea on tho llnp
pnhannock, Va. Ills brother died diir
Itiff hU vlalt, leaving the rutnto to
htm, on tha condition that he take the
nnme Jones In addition to John Paul.
Tbe Ilevolutlonnry War then broke
out. John Taul Jones wna arnlor first
lieutenant on a small ship, which
Cousin Eleanor's Klub Kolumn
TO-DAY I am writing especially
to the little cousins, those who
are six, seven and sight years
old. What I want to say to you is
that you have not made so many
drawings tor this month's contest ns
you have for other contests. Of
course. I know why it la. The first
was a suddon tickling sensation in
Trask's throat and he cougnea, unm
tentlonally but loudly. Tbe effect ap
There was a piercing shriek from
, in,. r,r Mum Kent, who stopped,
Xaciwl him, stood lor an Instant as
rigid an stone, ana inon buhhi -
lapsed Into a heap on the dc9k.rrasl
was half out of bis chair when tho
noise of running feet caused him to
pause und huddle dock.
in nillrrr hova in alstit and bent
over the limp form on the deek. He
uttered a little exolamatlon of be
wilderment, lifted tbo slender figure
and carried It to whero a light shono
on the pale face 01 Allss item, 'ipen,
it seemed to Trusk, everybody In thu
lirst cabin arrived.
"She's only falnlod, I think," said
the ottlcor, "Which is her stato
room?" Nobody seemed to know, but six
women immediately volunteered tholr
sorvlces In tho work of resuscitation.
Somebody ran for the ship's doctor.
A doion persons offered rtuggestlons.
Trask sut weakly back In Ills ohalr
in tbo aemt-darknoss. He felt like a
criminal. He dared neither to move
nor speak, but watobed through halt
closed eyes the havoo he had wrought.
"Ah, she's coming to, now," said a
woman. "Tbero don't bold her bead
Mum Kent's eyes opened very slowly
and stared wonderingly at the clrulo
of fuces about hor.
"Keeling hotter?" Inquired one of
the volunteer attendants.
Her lips formed wards, but the
whisper was too low to bo heard, Thun
complete consciousness returned find
with it tor voice.
"in the ohalr!" sho oxclalmed.
Sho pointed over tho shoulder of a
questioner, directly at the spot whero
Trask sat huddled in bis wraps.
"Tho ohalrl" sho cried again.
She was standing now, without sji
sbitance, and tha oltlcor made tils way
through tho crowd and approached
tho shadowy nook. Trask shut his
eyei nud breathed softly.
There was a touch on his shoulder
and u face was thrust no closo to liU
own that ho could feol the muu's
breath on his cheek.
"It's Mr. Trumbulll" exclaimed tho
Tho crowd surged forward. Home
body with an electric torch Unshed
Its dazzling rays Into Trask's face,
Trosk, whone mind until that In
stant hud been In a whirl of appre
hension and doubt, suddenly became !
as cool as Ice. Slowly he opened hlH
eyes and blinked at the light that wa.'i (
hold clone to thm He yawnnd pro
dlgloilHly. etintuhed his urms and !
stared about him. ;
"What's the Idea?" be asked. "Any' 1
"Happenedl Good flod, sir!" e. :
clalmod the officer. "We thought yon
(To Be Continued Monday)
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hlirat, Ntw Verk City.
IHhl at Vatit, fiaocr. July II. lltt
made arvcral unauneaaaful raids 4i
Iha cxwmt He flnaMr irat a mall riUii
r lila unrn, and In !. ship, Hying (k
famuua Dg tha draaaoe of tl-
I'urlamoutli young wsxnan, h" baa
tenl to iVanen rirrylng lb new -t
It was In I'raiu-a that I learned of
the burning of til a ratate by Isinl
Uunmora. "Nnvrr mind, t still h
my rworil," lie anld when the new
Thmufh the Influence of llenjamin
Krnnklln ho got a new ship from Kins
lunula, Iha llnnhomnie llleliard. In
this ablp he captured Iha Drake an-1
fought with th" Horapla. He own
iiuered, but tho Itirtiard waa so bai
tered up that hu Mud to desert hir
At tho eb'se of the war he accepted
a commlaslon In the Ittrnslan Navy
and helped tiral the Turks, lie sud
denly failed In -health and spent bl
Inat luy.i In his gnrdan In J'rnnco aar
rntinded by 1U friends and his dear
wife Ames, He died In tho forty-fifth
year of his life and was greatly
mourned as "the man who made Eng
land respect Amsiirn on the sea."
Ily CAItOMNH WIND, age eleven,
No. 1Z3 Monmouth lload, Kl Mora,
month of sdhool always keeps kiddles
busier thari Ihers, so Just to prove
how anxious 'I am to have you enter
the contest m "News of the Day" l
am going to set the closing date
ahead. You now have until Tuesday,
Oct. !. This will give you more time.
All the other cousins of th" Kluh will
be watching for your drawings and
I will look forward with great pica- .
tire to receiving them between now!
and Oct. I.
lialcn'a Rlrtkilar rre.eat.
II wm i tulltr dr W ttu Wtirni eurl
tile tuer. ailUaf far Vwtifi.s mA
iiini anu un. tiirr-n l II la mam In tna
Wall. Tbfi mtn fotos to L aoma blrttxu?
i'..1" .)" rwrbad Ult tl-ojt boar tltj arwta
and lra Warren liuhl a ryaw tin lor Iaaonanl.
, Uxr mchel Iw-m llalaa aAld U Un. r
ltfrhtT. mT I bur I ntin World fy M
' nrii mun nwiwii UBIM f-ait mw arv)
itfn aana ror Kkwia Klifc pin arxi cmtftcatal k.
Jb I ean rt Ut- u UantM (or klf buth-
Mrr Wuren naatd.
I that lltrh Af Juaa tha iVkataun l.anaa.a
, . a wt.m paaiira ann
while aaulojaa tnm daar CwMb tltonot with
una tha W.anan IromrM a
a it U . aJwaaH rl M.k
;b.rU nj wrtlfkila la It. i m Uorurt a
The kM a.loaHr Nit; 14 Urn an) m)il
mua. mtti air ttilnn ..Sal isia rnt ha lUM
t-rat waa Aa alltarra; tn whlcn all truaTklWia
Kltia nw-jnliani ima.
Mr IIWITIU iitMTturiaB.
Illlaf huttu nrootlrn.
,l Will Walt."
" Ow trnon a tlma rat ni nln a tma H4.
lot In t wrwtt. It waa lookln up at a robin
mlbmat nrat. Four bKia f, ,tn 0 n. fi,,
eat hi. I aaaa iba aft, lor aha tat fa eoaM on'
ul tha tn.
"Jlrirwr aa!4 tha cat. . "Tlurn im Uku blut m
in up there. I'll rat Uvea. Nnl br and prfi
Irarta will ta sounf pr-ttr Mrua. Iia a a aawl
but mnit arw baiter i n wall." ho aha waltl.
Ilf.anii.br Mae tin
blrila Into the w. rl
i tta Diwnai. brtnaULi lour
i satrMi, Minimi lur HUM "
w. tA. rloon tbri arraif 141
wltiM ihri Hmm a Usi wleha.1 r.t . ..
qullr ttntudij herai ava had wahail boa Miff.
Hi Wir. SOtlW, Mit It,
Ka. iM htn aWnua, Oftr,
SEPTEMBEft DRAWINQ CONTESiSlBi
drawing contest for this -
month will be for Klub Cousins
to illustrate in pictures some
event In news somothlng that hap
pens this month and that you read
about In your newspapor. It will be
Just as If you were an artist ein.,; r
ployed on a newspaper to draw Illus
trations for the news stories It prints. v
Of course you should pick out soma .
news that la Interesting to everybody
Its well ns to yourself. .
This oontost will close Tuesday,
Oct. 3, Onn dollar will he awardod
to each Kluh Cousin who makes and
submits thu best new drawing for his
or her age.
HOW TO EARN A KLUB PENNANT
ATWICNTV-TWO-INCH felt pen
nant. made In the Klub colors,
blue and gold, and bearing the
Kiddie Kluh name, will bo given free
to every Klub member who secures
II vn uuw moinliurn, and to every now,
Klub member who brings In with
lit 111 or her four othor new members.".'
Six coupons, numbered In rotation,' I
must be sent In with each new namei'M
together with tho signature, age and.ui
addles of each new member, Just as
required when individual kiddles ap- '
ply for nicnibemhlp.
Members who rannot save theyie
ruiipotm may obtain pennants byxu
sending 10 cents with name. ,a
MUW IU JUIIN I ML. KUUB AND
OBTAIN YOUR PIN.
lr ml uu i
ion. ilk vat rss acn
rM RS MS, ami mail
haw to toa KUI4.I Klub.
Kiala,W(A. Na. I'ark
How. N. V. ClttT with a
CMVlrm inrwhar cot giar flfttra jr st
lla aar raeraa aianuaiw. r.-erjufnifcir 11
urtaanud witn a imar mi uw
1 m tad