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Friday, March l
Famous Film Actresses
Tell About Th emseives
Can You Beat It!
bT The i'r ruMitiii Co.
(Tb .Sew Vrk Erenlne WnM )
By Maurice Ketten
MARY PICKFORD Went on Stage as a Child
OWrlr")!. 1918. by the PrtM IHiMirttM Ou. (T N Totk Cifnlol World),
By Mary Pickford
(Written for The Ihcntnv World )
T doesn't seem so long ago when 1
walked upon Mm stngo for the
first time, t w.m but five yenrs
old and travelled with n company on
tho road under the guldnnco of my
mother, who has always been my
tnanarerlM genius. Toronto was our
liome, and shortly after I appeared
on the Mage ray sinter Lottie and my
brother Jack Joined the company.
Tho real beginning of my career,
tiowerer, crtmo some tlmo afterward,
when I walked Into n manager's office
and asked htm whether It was pos
sible for Jno to get a position In mo
tion' pictures. Ilo took my namo and
then asked mo to coma bad; tho fol
lowing daj. I thought It was the
aroo thing all over again, for 1 had
climbed many stairs to managers'
offlfoi In tho hopo that Micro was
something about me that would ap
peal to some ono. Knto has Its Inex
plicable way In shaping people's for
tunes, for when I returned tho next
day I was sent to tho illogrnph
My memory serves me wonderfully
well, for It seems but yesterday when
I met Mr. arimth. The first day that
llr, Orltilth made a tost of my work
tie gave me a part In a sccno at 15 n
day. Ills associates were quite scop
tlcal concerning thu possibilities of
what he considered his new "find,"
but they agreed to let him try mo out.
The very next week I was starred In
"Tho Violin Maker of Cremona," play
ing' opposite Owen Moore, who since
became my husband. However, the
llrst picture In which I appeared was
Her First Biscuits," In which I had
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55 " 1
but a "bit," the film starring Florence
At that tlmo but thrpc or four days
were required to make ti film. All I
tilrturrs wero split reels of 600 to j
1.000 feet long. Salaries ranged from
$10 ii flay to ,30 ft week.
I-rum the lllugr.iph Company I went
to the Famous Players, with which
organisation 1 h lVo ever since been
associated, ha .g made no other
than Paramount .mrt Artcraft pictures
within the last four years.
Two -Minute Beauty Chats
By Pauline Furlong
YOUR TEETH No. 4
Remove Tartar From the Teeth by Ap
plying Powdered Pumice on Orange
Stick Wound With Absorbent Cotton
Moistened With Peroxide of Hydrogen.
I CowrllM. 10H, hr ths Irss roMlMn Oo. (Tit New York Urenlnf World),
AT Umea dark stains appear oni and with milk of magnesia aitor
tho teeth or between them,' cleansing your teeth at night, es
and theso arc nnturo'B warn-1 Pfclally If you nro a sufferer from
fiflflltt. nf II... v.
!( VS4VI IVUtU UVIU tliW lHV.H
lion of ft dentUt. Tho very bct
dentist is none too good, nnd It la a
gravo mistake to endeavor to econ
omlzo in Ujls direction. Wo nro all
Pood is hiGHtft
l CHARGE TSe Samp
1 c l 7 i
I JJ -JIJ s.1
i set a first
i Buy only tpis
i AM VERY ) I oTcWt!
SOW SIR f ' (J4$K IT S
I'LL LET you
Know as soom
AS I HAV A
ut tho mercy of our dontlHta when It!
tomes to tooth troubles, bo it is al
ways best to havo a rellablo one,
with a good reputation as to lion
-ty and ability, and consult him
Theso dark spots may sometimes
he removed temporarily by tho small
Kamlpapcr disks which tho dentists
iii?o for this purpose and If they nro
KEVER. LEAVE -
TriEV STAV WITH
nt TiLLlHEV DIE
V From TeiR. -
) -LOOcS.Vou'a, .
v7 I Soom Hve.PceNTyx-v
j Tf GooOMlOHT75n
iwngmal rasliion Uesigns
For The Evening WorIdV.
By Mildred Lodewick
' OnrrtlfM. 1H b th TrrM PoblliMni Co, ITh Nw Xett Etctlni W01M1.
Smart Frock of Sport Silk
' I 'Illy l pOrtS mfttC 4VWMMAMMAMVVVMWWVV
rfN havt been
so Huccessful tn
gaining woinan'it in
terest tho past two
years that this yeur
ftjul.i tltom In a elnsi
of their own. That H
to my, they are rroug
nt.(vl as having a def
inite, character uivl
urn ci'tisldcrpd separ
ately and apart tnin
other dress f.ibrlcit. tn
prlto they arts sIlKhtly
nbot tho aerae,
but every wtiman will
plan thin year to li:u,
ona losluinn tn;ida up
fromi somo winirt sllks
for .although intro
duced to tiH u.i "sp irt
silks," they uro nill
ablo and practical lor
regular ntinuiior wofir.
Khakl-koul la tho
best known of tho
weaves. It Is so rich
and heuutlftll In tex
turn and so attraetlvo
and smart In colors
mill denlgni that ono
COstUIIH! of It Is Hllf
ficlent to glvo tho do
sliod iiunllty of cle
gatico unci stylo to
one's wholo wnrdrobc.
My design to-day
combines plain and
plnld khakl-kool In a
.smart and slmplo way
us a one-ploco dioss.
Tim pl.tld Is used as ,
siilu plaited skirt
v iiich liangH Htr.iiKht
and slim from a foun
dation hip yoke of
lining material. Tho
waist of plain silk,
matching In color tho
plaid, Is plain nnd
in llko a coat over
tho skirt, to bo torn
plnted with a deep
turn-tip hand of white
Kli.-tkl-kool. Tim opening of tho waist
down tho side, with square whlto pearl
tuitions permits the frock to bo easily
-dipped on over tho head. Collar and
-uffH of t tin white silk complete tho
IJmernld green nnd whlto Is peri
haps tho best color suggestion for
PRACTICAL DRESS FOR SPRINQ DAV1.
AVAILABLE AT SMALL COST.
I OF THE TWISTED CANDL1
.BY ETjGAIWALLACE s tf
'. John Lexman at Last Discloses
The Whole Amazing Story
Of His Flight
Toprrljht. MrCluro Npipr Sin.llfitf )
SV.NOI'MIS OK I'llKl KIIINlt CIIAIIKIIA.
I John Iiman. nrltfr, l t.'is 'jrt of Itcmlmtton lt. i.r... nt In wintrj home In MM,
TM Kii l tjtl.ft .trim chitlrtrr. rlthi. . illl.'' . Uiunli n l;ir. U .HfcrtUy ltnl
. . ..... M .- I nt II- h-.l .-L1 mi., ,i 1,-r h-tnr at.. linir., I l.aX'llftJl All'l 1.14 IliltX inftUO. Utt UUfAI.
jioi spccuii cieancu on may cai iniO k;1.,,,,,,1V f,; ,lrwi n Sni.t- w.tnl Vut ... t. umko ii.t.n.f .1 iwinc uruin i In c.
,, i ,.( nrnl. Altfrdiril KM nmli ViuUru, i In hnu'liiiiiin, iil um t" riUWM Itoui uw
Tartar, which nlso destroys tlio
dclicato enamel on tho tcctli, may
mum viiioi, inmruruii rim 10 want ov? V 11 ' ' i 1 .V-. i
IiU ii il.tnl r.O ,nll the Utir, Tn lil htror hf find It l;.l.-l wl kmUm uU tctil.
I,.XI1I.II1 I CUflTli'tlsl nn.l illl lu lri'II iH-"l'nr nil u.r .-ttt.ii i-i i.i. .1..,, . , " :;.""v h..
nlflrml. to ir lilin inii'N-nit Att rtcl ).tin.ii i'ir hut 1 '"'"''f'1, .W,1
ut,tlnM i'UfJen tor him Th'n l.finmn mupI.m.'U i)iim ' I. .a, .'', 'i','!,,,w,11.1'1
Hull Hl.l MlWf
l..k. ulrl lu clUr l'-iiith the Ii iw. onl ti-i' he I" .X U!t li I miMln,
.iiJIfi.lr return mil nirn-n-ler" In the pretence ot tue I'oiice (.oininiMioinr
Then U'r u nDiUrka.l killeil
ami, nr.irr ot Km. It Iiim i Mm In toe ;t vt riuuij un ijipcp.
ua ouier wiiciki.
man eicnestly; "tho uoto started with
JUHt the llguren 'A. C. 274." "
"What wn.i thntV" aAkod T. X.
"My nnmhor when I was In Dart
moor Prison, idr."
"What did tho noto sny?"
" 'Oct out of hero quick.' I don't
know who. hnd put It there, but I'd
evidently been tipotted and I was
taking no chances. That's tho wholo
story from beginning to end. I accl
dPtltnlly hnpponod to meet tho young
lady, Miss Holland Miss Hartholo
mcw ns she Is and followed her to
her house In Portman Plure. That
wns the night you were there."
T. X. found hlmsolf to Ills lntensn
annoyance going very red.
"And you know no morn " ho asked.
"Xo more, tip nnd If 1 may be
Luxmau to locturo ut
J m Inducts Mr.
"At Portman PlacoV
Sho shook her head.
"No. r havo a house of my own. A
furnished houxo I havo rented at
Hlnckhcnth. Will you Induco Mr.
Loxtnan tn glvo tho lecture thoro.'"
"Hut why?" he u.tked.
"Plenso tlon't ask questions." sho
Pleaded, "do this for me. Tommy."
Ho saw Hhn wns In rarnost.
"I'll write to old Uxmiin this after
noon," ho proiulsnd.
John lxninn telophoneil his ronlv.
"I should prefer somewlinro out of
London," ho mild, "nnd since .MKs
Hurtholomow has somo lntirot In
tho matter, may 1 extend my Invita
tion to her- I promise rim Hhall not
bo any morn shocked than
LONG LIVE THE KING
THIS GREAT ROMANCE OF
MARY ROBERTS R IN EH ART
Will Begin on the Home Page Monday, March 4
Itnli nnt' the it cove-reel ultli
tnrtnr, iin iminlcr ntniic ilratroya
bo removed at homo by applying n
llttlo powdcied puinlee Btono on tho
cud of an oniugo wood slick shlcUi
1ku),,.1iccii wound around with ah-j
fcorbent cotton and moistened ' with i
peroxlao of hydrogen.
JtiKt rub tho spot covered with1
1IK death of Kara provided T.
X. with a problem that was to
keop him ownkn many hiiccm
slvo nights. riHhor. tho man
servant In the Kara home, who dis
appeared on tho night of tho crime,
was not to bo found. Conceivably.
Klslier might bo tho guilty man.
Ilellnda Mary, daughter of Sir Will
iam Hurtholomow, who had gonn to
uork for Kara as n stenographer In
order to procuro gems whloh her
mother had Intrusted to the man,
unil who was last known lo havo been
held prisoner lu tho cell.tr Imnoaih
Knra'a house, also had dlsnppoarej.
Nt Improbably sho know something
of his end.
And, hiHtly, Qnnrgo aathercole. tho
explorer and tho last man lo sen Kara
alive, al.to had dlsnppoared. T. X.
was exceedingly anxious to find Mils
mini rt'ithcreolp, but had fnllwl tu
iimko progress In timt direction,
It wan in thin iflleinm.i that ho re
celved word from Sir William of a
ineiwuo that had reached him from
nellmla Mary. Immediately T. X.
fiillofd this thread-ftiid sucxje.ii-
run v. ne round tho girl, who de-
"Tho old gontleman carao In." salil
Klsher, "and 1 haw him up to tho
room. I heard him coining out and I
went up and nuuku to htm whllo ho
was having n chat with -Mr. Kara ut
the open door."
"Did you hear Mr. Kara speak?"
"I fancy I did. fir." said Finher:
"anyway the old gcntloman wns
iiilt pleased with himself."
"Why do you sav 'old gentle
man?'" asked T. X.; "ho wus not ui
'.Nut exactly, sir," (-aid J'lsher, "but
"Keep all that saUiath talk for the woman need bu."
ciiiipiuin, L'liiiuiiiiiiucii i: a , nnu aiui so It enmn
tney iook a-ay .Mr. Klslier, not an
especially dlssatlsfkod man.
about that thn
namo of Hollndu Mary Ilartholomow
was added to the selected list of po
llco chiefs who with limiting tor
Loudon at that moment to licnr fn,m
thu man who had guaranteed thn so
lution of tho story of Kara ami hit
Killing; the unrnvelment of tho mys
tery which surrounded his death, nnd
Mary. Any ono could havo ' " " . , . " w
' . . , , , vn ill, (III I, IMOIIILIH mini
neon ftt a crmnoo that ths two tin- rfto.t nir in thn mrwtr m..-....
X's, mnoil carried him to Port-
man Place, whero ho had ar
range! to meot Ilellnda
derstood ono another.
"Whom Is Mr. Lexman coin? to
glvn this famous lecture of his that
his great obsession, since I had thn
thing ho hud wanted -but no longer
iv. nihil, lot tli.it bu umlersloiM lie
vi w tho mlxi'iy bo hail planned for
me .mil my iieur wife belli brought
to a HUdileu end," said Ioxinau. "Ilo
hail, by thu uu, alii inly plunni'd ami
curl led his pi, in into cxecutlun, a sys
tem of torment lug her.
"You do not know," ho mined to
T. X., "that suareiily a month puss il
but Mitini dlNreput.iblii villain called
nt her Mat with a st"iy tb.it be had
been i cleaned from Portland or
Wormwood Scrublis that morning
find that ho had seen me. Tin- story
each messenger brnught was one
hiilllelent to break Ine heart of uny
l nt tho liniviwt woniun. Jt wns a
dory of Ill-treatment by brutal
i.lliciulH, of lllncKs. (if tnailnesii. ol
hu had u sort of fum. Irrltablo wav ou w-0'" telling mo about?" was the
that old gentlemen soinotlmoH havo (luestlou with which sho greeted hnn.
and l somehow got a llxud In mv
mind that hu uas As a matter
of fact, hu was abnul forty-tlve, bo
may have been fifty "
"You have told u.n ,vll this before
Was thoro anything peculiar about
I'lsher hesitated "Nothing, sir,
,, ' ...i... ........nr., ut iiiiien.s, in iiiiiiiiieni, ii riM'iiy nini
I ho loom seectel for this gather- vi r thing calculated to hai'iow tho nrnl twist
nix ur nnianies was a nig ono ami reelings of it faithful wife,
most of thn furniture had been "That wan limit's ncb-ine. When
cleared out to admit Mm (.-uiihIh wlm found that I was tn hn released
had corny from tho ends of tli.i earth be may have gm i,Me, ur hn my havo
to learn thu btory of tho twlitud .lisciiveretl by mhihc iind' t hand 1111th
candles. ... that u parluti was about lo bo
Ihoy sat around chatting cheer- signed hu conceived bi meat iilun.
fully of men and crimes, of meat Hn hud less than two il.ivs to i x.-cutu
ly. "JIo has called his iecturo 'Thn vaui piunneti am friiHtrnted, of It.
Tiie.n T. f i j comimueii unu tin- "Through one of bis agents he ills.
..v.vv.vu. miiiiin 01 iiicir furiversai inn coverinl
'nnd, please, what Is tho subject?"
"It Is on a subject whloh Is of su
premo Interest to mo," hn said cravo-
Cluo of tho TvvLstod Candle.'
searched by tho lllltlah "authorities.,
Kara had foreseen that possibility
mill had taken In enough coal to last
him for thu run.
"Wo had a fairly stormy passage In
tint Mediterranean, but after that
nothing happened until wn arrived at
Dnriizzo. Wn had to go ashoie In
disguise, because Kara told us Mint
thu Kngllsh Con.sul might seo lis nnd
mulot trouble. Wn warn Turkish
dresses, Oracn heavily veiled, and I
wearing a greasy old kaftan which,
with my somewhat emaciated faco
find unshnven appoarauco, passed
no without comment.
"Knra'n homn was and Is about
eighteen miles fnuu Dilnizio. It Ih
not on thn main road, but It Is
leached by following ono of tho
rocky mountain paths which wind
among the hills to thn
noui beiiHt of thn tow n. Tho country
Is wild and mainly Uncultivated. Wn
bad tn puss through swamps and
skirt hugu lagoons as we mounted
higher and higher from terrace to
terracn and camu to roads
crossed tho mountains.
"Kara's iwil.ne, ym would call I'
no less, s mally built within sight of
thn sen. It Is on tho Acroceraunl.n
Peninsula nea. Llngtlotta. Mere
nr. rlnnrnr hrnln Mr ,Mi,. i ii, V Cl Hf1 rVUI,,,l " Willi CP W 10 U.ui IjI-OII U I nliinnUlfl uOfi, I ' ha IinifllQt tl. II!"
except thu fact that ono of his arms 1,10 business of criminal dutectkni fie chintz-draped doorway which led mun who was uvhHi-Iouh and waa mid better cultivated. Wn .asset
was a rnnu one
"Mmiiilng that It uas"
".Meaning that It was an artificial
one, sir,, so far as I i.m make out."
"Was It his right or his left arm
that was game?" interrupted T. X.
"I lis left arm. sir "
"I'd swear to It, sir "
"Verv well, no .in "
"Hu camu dim n.-i.uis ami went out tatlons. Those Includu tho Chief.s
nnu l neer saw ii.'a uKaiu. nen
thnn John Loxman's. Though li
uses his genius for tho cotistructi m
of storlos, woro It oinployod tn t'ir
legitimate business of police work, I
am certain ho would mako a mark
second to nono In tho world. Hu i
determlniHl on giving this Inct un
and ho has Issued a nuinbor of inu-
I'uSli mills'. Tit KrenllH WorM
Am asking your ad
vlco concerning styla
fur a nice blue sorgo
dress. I am forty
years of age, but look
younger, 3il inch bust,
W inch hip, but only
5 fcot 1 Inch tall, so
llko very long lines.
I am an excellent
seamstress, and If I
do say so, my clothes
always havo a "fin
ished" look. Have
copied many of your
which ' styles and nm nl-
MHH. J. C. W.
llluo satin may b
used for cuffs and
collar, tho latter
overlaid with white.
I'lifMiilnette of blue Oorgetto, tueked,
rribod her fllirht from thn oiii-
Inrtar tmd do not toueli tho other Tlicro was a hint of mystery about
parts of the teeth, as pumlco stone; it that puzzled t. X.. and sho reso
dtstro.vs the enninel. Tho manner j lui-lv rcfiwod to reveal manv things
in which this should bo performed J '"' ,1C wished to know. Hut thu
is llhmtrated to-day. r"'ll(' 0,,lt''-ll '" eonvlncwl that sho
nan noiniiig in uo with tho death of
Kara. Also ho was convinced that
Mill, was a Vtrv ,,4l .lHl..l.. m .
washing of tho tooth with powder ; Illost olmrml,;K
or paste nrtor using It and do not Matters stood this way when Fisher ""re only a few word- n It and I can
use puroicu more man Severn uiiu'b ten into t o clutch nt thn umi... te I vim t nose few w nua mauo my
- . i. .i. t.. i .. .i i.ft,.t i..,,!.. ,,,, into M,v mouth, nni!
I I 111 I II t 11 111 lt.'l V np. wnu nl ... - ,
, , '.. ,,,,1-vi uii iur an
Ho $uro to reinovo ovory partlel
nf tho pumice stone by thoroU' h
'nil n .ami II... IMlltlllir tVHI ills
covered nnd known g is I did that I ulvllUeil countrlus ot tho wjr, I
had no own i-cliem i mid that one O'CSrudy is on his way from .Youth a.
of your splits might pineh me, I got bo wirees.sod mn this morning to that
ft it rnttlcsl. I wn' downstairs to T ., . .. , .
the hall and tln in -t thing 1 saw el'LCt- Kven ",u Lll";t ut tll('
lying on thn table was a letter. It slan pollco has uccuptud the Inv!' i
was adilrcMiiid to uc ,' Hon, bocause, as you know, this mur-
"O'o1 on ""ho'-alil .Jgaln (1"r h;l ,JX;ltt',, !l K1 ,le"' uf 1,1 '
"I couldn't under-' nid how It camo tenwt in pollco circles everywhere
to bo then, hut -is I'd been lu tho John Lexman la not only going to d. -
kitchen most of t venlng except nver this lecture," ho said slmU.
wntin i was m'i'ihk Tin I..,, iMiiniiiu to
iroill inn (lrilW 1IIL' rOOlll til Illll mum eien II,..,, ,1... , ... llu i.r,,r. , u nun. ..,.11. ..It. ...I.h
ah it ,.u. I . , in" 'iilun "I im.iiik 'II1-- -.' i.,,v,.., ......
sun usisi as ft siuily, charKtul from thn urvlc f.jr truf. mulberry and ollvo trees, whilst In
A raw moments later John Iiitnian Inking with pilHoners. Tim bribrf ho thn valleys there woro llelds of maize ' "" topped with bund of white,
started to K.IU. "I um. uh you may nil offued this man was a heavy one, and csirn. Tho palnzio stands on n!
', a Ti r "r Hl"nr'1' wincrt no- and tho warder accepted. lofty plateau It Is approached by
petid for their muiiss upon thn era- "Kaia had pun b.uted a new mono- two paths, which can Ixi and hsv.i
Hon and tunravelment of cnmlnul plune mid. as you know, hn was an ox- been well ilefsnded In the pad
irostuilcs, hn bewail. "Thn i Milef cellent avlatoi. With this new machine against the Sultan's troops or ogams'
l.oniinlsslnnor has been god eiinugn to he flow to Devon mi l arilveil at u.iwu tin, bunds which havo been rHlseil by
tell you tliat my stories worn mw in onu of thu unfreuuuitttd parts of rival MllageH with the object of
thing more than a mere seeking irtur tlm moor. storming and plundering this strong.
........... v.. ., a., . ,.,,.,1 , ,,,,., , ln,, ..-,. .orv of .... .. K I10i.
PMn Wltor Th Crmkt Worttt
I have five
tell him tho Job was IT for that nlcht.
It might liavn been tlmro before you
camo. I opened uc mttcr. Tnero
Itinso tho mouth thoroughly with Itniulsltlon at the hands of T. X ,viio
too water after eating .ac.d rru.u lu'L"''Ma "
heart Jump up in'
made mo go cold all
"What were tin
"I hll 1 1 . II H I
jU ut u.uJ m J
-sed T. X.
"i. sll. Tbej'i.i
"but ho Is going to tell us who com
mittal the murder and how It was
Sho thought a moment.
"Whero will It hn delivered?"
"I don't know," hu said In astin
Ishintnt. "Docs that matter?"
"It matters a great deal." she ;. I
ci i im.t ' I. .1 1 1 . i.hi.' tilt il I Kant
vlalu,' oja lllU dUUVtbd Ul il CCi'llu lU.v, SSu'Uii
poi Hil ub win but nos:,iblu situation
und, with tho Ingenuity that I c.ml 1
voinmuud, to offer to thosu probleriin a
bolutlon .icci'iitiililu, not only tu tha
gcneiul nuder, but to thu pollcu t,.
pcrt. "I mi, nblo to follow the miiid of tlm
man ho ooiiimittud this unirdur, ur If
not to follow ' mind, to ret ruatu thu
psychology , .no slayer of Itouilna
tou Km a.
"In Miu possession of most of
aro the vital fucts tsincornlng this
man. You know tho type of man hu
wus, you havo Instances of his ter
rible nithlcssness, 'you know that ho
was u blot upon flod's earth, a vlclou
wicked ego," John l.exiintn went on to
describe the events which Ii I up to
his conviction and subsequent innir-
'K.ua km un in i ii. i ii i, I -t
from thu luomi fit j put my foot up.ni "'If stionghold. the manner of liam
the deck of thn Mpn I. Tho llrst p t- '""I chuugul to one of Intense cru-
sun I asked to sm vas, nntm.i.ly, '"' t!i uiu lty of a suvngo in in
my wife. Kara, howcvei, iimstcil on w ,lr M '"St bad thn opiorlunlty to
luj gulng to the cabin In. had p.-- - '"Hiy the woman who hnd preferred
pared and changing my clothes, and another to blm, and thst man as well
until then 1 diM not realiin I w iji . till Then, onn day, thn 'woman died,
in prison garb. A cl'-mi change was '"bn l.extnnn n up from his seat
waiting for inc. and Um luxury of un(' l,;"'"d lb" apartment, UU hwl
'oft shlits and will-tilting g.irim tits ,'J, breast.
after tho prison uniform I r.nmnt .in. "Krotn that moment," ho said, "I
you sctibe, lived nnly for no thing, to punish
"After I was drissed I w.o riltcn H''"il"f'n Kara. And gentlemun, I
by the Oieek stow.ud to the iarner l'UHbed him"
stHtei'onin, nnd there I found iny 1,0 "tood In tho centre of Mm room
darling waiting for me ""'I thumped his broad cht wdth
"Thn voyage w,ui a fairly eventle.s nt?.,r',1,.r,rA "T'1'. i- ... ,a
one. Wo saw very littlu of Kara, who ' klllml ItetnlnKtnn Kara." he sold
did not Intrude i I m.- If upon us. und nnt' there was a littlu gasp of .mton
our main exiKement lay In tho ap
prehension that we dbould be hell li
Iv a III itlsh il'-t our oi. that v ho i
wu uakULd Uibialur, UuuJd bu
Ishmetit from every man piesent sine
one Tlist ons was T. X. Meredith,
whi hil Kenvti ill ihe time.
U'w Uu CwuwiUJvd.J
of crepe do Chine in
this peculiar pta
cock nhado of blue
which Is not broom.
Ing to m'o. Will you
dtgn a frock on
which I can use n
touoh of soma oMier
color? What would
you suggest to go
with It? Am twoutv
olght voars of age.
5 feot 3 inchtM tall,
dllui, weighing 107
pounds, A. P.
Collar ami facing
of tunlo may bo of
tan satin, also cuffs
and belt lining Chembwlto of tuckod
or plaited tan chiffon, or blua chiffon
tnptxsl with tan. ,
To Mis M I. -Could veu romodtl
ju .i fiucn iHiu iJiwloU fur Ah M
practical wear, although roso, and
pongco color ore good together. In
fact, pongee color may bo combined
with my light color.
AnHtccrn to Queries
I'Mhlon Kdltnr Ths Crenlnt Weeld-
Will you pleasa
design for ma a
serga dress .for
strrot wes.r7 I am
In mourning, twen
ty ream old, weigh
100 pounds nnd am
about t feat 'tall. I
WOUld ilka nm.
1 I thing youtlifu,
l looking, bcau I
Lis do not look my age.
ill as f. u b.
This model may
slip on over the
head or It may be
buttoned down tb
back. HlacK 'sou
tache may outline
yoke and edges of
belt, also cover thn