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JL'H Vi Nlhw WQKilJjiAiAX, A.PJ&1L 2tt, 1922.
Many Opportunities in Art
For Girl With Talent
Fields of pesigning, Fashion Work and
Illustration Have Opened to Women tof
Artistic Ability Not Only Chance to,
Support Themselves, but to Make a
Very Good Living.
Mist Beddie Atpelt, who advises the girl with artistic ability how.
the can best, moke use of her talent for drawing, it an extremely. sue- '
ccsaful illustrator who hat made a name for herself, at it student of
type in JLmcricdn life. Starting out in the exacting routine of news
paper work, the it now occupied almost entirely with illustrating for,
By Seddie Aspell.
Copyright. lWJ (New York Evening World) by Press rubllshlnr Co.
ET the girl who likes to draw be of good cheer.
Within the last few years so many opportunities
have opened up for the woman of artistic abil
ity that with training and a reasonable amount of ,
persistence she may hope not only to support Her
self but to make a very good living indeed.
( am not speaking ot the girl who aspires to
paint, for though women painters and sculptors are
increasingly successful, progress in that sort of
career depends entirely upon the individual. I
would, however, advise any girl who hopes to fol
low the fine arts to prepare herself for the more re
munerative commercial. branches, which will always give her an inde
pendent livelihood. b
If. a girl has any artlstlo ability my Jctofor tho first year or bo. It fur
advice Is to devolop It. The very nlshcu an Inside Knowledge of office
"work that one does Is pleasure, and routine which Is Invaluable, and from
one makes money at something which "one can always work more easily
it la really happiness to do, Tho open- Into free lancing. If a girl starts-with
ins 5f the fields of designing, fashion n'y 8tua and experience as a
work and Illustration to women has designer, she may only expect to re
boen paralleled bytho development of cclvo to, ls a. wc a,ttT
excellent schools for training along the promotion following automatically till
most practical lines, and tho girl with B" a 6"g uuum irvm, u. n
m m Vina nnmnoa HnnrtrtHH n ry t rd Al f
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I Can Voti Beat It ! v -sSKffi-
Six Best Buyers
Names That Are Recognised
t- A 11 i 1 T" f 1 H
oy xu erooa oooKKeepers
By Maurice Ketten
rND YOU ON.
Thb mst Fti&y
EKa30UtiXtcggcat'H,in'i'KTO a api'itmmfaxMWBal
'a C WoTyer-, Bur)
By Neal R O'Hara
Coprtht. Ilea (New Vork Evening World), by l'res l'ubl!hlng Ctompjl
T flSTORY records the six best sellers. Bible. telephqncfooc.
ni Smcars-bawbuck catalogue, dictionary, "uncle loras Vfptn
and Green Certificate Premium Uook I hose ire-six si
sellers in United States Morocco, calfskin or paper coverf W
you eve- hear of the six best buyers? No? Boy, you ain'ti
Six best buyers in sweet land of liberty are bound in silk HI
clocked stnekinn. InvalliVn nnfl rfpeollnln onwnS. And onC'd
ol 'cm wear derby hats. Six best buyers are these: :,
lA'AZm HWII'l'. beautiful blonila ntonnirranlior. Liz thinks beauty la .
and Mscmbled Ilko a cafeteria meal. Has more eyebrow pencils
porcupine has aullls. Ruvs talcum powder by bushel and dab
with dry mop. If rougo was money, she'd bo a vermllllonalrie.
most of llfn In hnnutv n.irlnra. Ixiudnlta and baths. Thinks OH" OBJ
perfume Is worth a pound of flesh, if beauty Is skin' deep. L'ft
lias a one-Inch margin. And when I.lx haa n nightmare, 'suedo8
dragon a claws on pink elephants.
She sees crow's fect on a chlofj
BHIDOET M'Gl,UKB. cook. A glutton for groceries. Bridget pltft
Htnros that' comn In chains. SUo natronlzcs 'cm Drollflcally. Wltfl
I. O. U.'s A noft heart for butchers too. Bridget would order a
venison for n two-party lunch
cost no more than a Imrbccuc,
ability Is sure of excellent opportu-
on, her progress depends on herself.
nlUes tho moment she Is prepared to " sho, ha8 had some experience, she
jneet them. A girl should know while BtaJ ot J25 ?r 30 and, b,,rnanp'd y
uhe U in high school whether she fft"' "hi"f,mon fn 3r;hid
vrlshes to make her living this way. 4' f aJ..8J ha' .nnb e..rcaJ
and although tho schools do not de- by he -girl with ability, and there are
mand high school training. It is da- ?f ?'f J1"! wS. i? o?a S mo
. . i ii ,i, ,. , i,,,,. gett ng as nigh as $10,000 and more.
J?.ili XZJSSS; Hoi' however, the qucntlbn of per-
t Jnimt mt two voars reo. In no other work Is salesman--
J Z .n H iJ.m "hip so important. One must "sell"
m T , it? tXZn' serv'ces t0 cdltora- t0 Overusing
tho bottom up, taking for InsUnco. business men who seek only
the very thorough and well-rounded fa h authorities who
?Urf!Wh,e NC,W w n a" deluged with designs. This "ped-
AppUed Design for Women, three d .. whlcn one t ke cycn
years will bo necessary. This school. hag b kn ,
noTYover, uum.u, nuueuu. w.. xu cspcclally ncCessary for free lances,
give evidence of preliminary train ng wnQ must knQW muBa2ne.s tnBto
and If possible be able to suggest now
VrVY DON'T 6u
7HS TfeSPOr WHERE
A vpry careful purchaser. Her breajfasto
Not exactly economical perhaps, u en
furnlBhcs tho most exclusive garbage In town.
W1LUERT ZOBB, Wall Street doestcr. This guy will buy ttnythlng-jofilck
Una preferred stock In sever ollvo oil wells: has options on clgQtitonsj
tit riprmnn niurltu. Ami nwrift nutrlrht both Hons In front oX PubltO LHJntry
Snnppcd up Hons at a bargain from stranger that had to Icavo tfla
a hurry. A shrewd boy. Wllbcrt. Buys absolutely on his own hoirflfiand
makes broker furnish lino and sinker. Smart. Only thing ho oJ re
fused to buy was Liberty bonds. Special weekly market letter toklihlta
they wcro no good.
NINA TEN I3YCK. tho bootlegger's bride. Tbls gal will aiso buy an
quick. Money no object, except to get rid of. Has passion fq
editions of front row seats. Demands limousines upholstered tnAella
tapestries. Exclusive! Platinum tips for Bhoo laces and. ropes orljtarls
for hanging out wash. Prefers mink rug for doormat and bpmt of
peacock feathers for dusting a room. In other words, a liberal 8)lder.
Now buying up autographed radio messages and original. rnanlMHpta'
of best bedroom plays.
VRBNA KEWLHIl, queen of the dotted line. Duya everything, for.' ljfBiwB,
from soup tureen to nuts for flivver. Verna pays tho idollar. afbl Mr.
Kowler tho balanco per week, perchance. Verna could furnish U, hdMo oa
17.1- Mnr rriidlt III n-nml. her nnrvo Is irood. But Romellmes OfteMRtnos.
In fact It is cheaper to start all over again than to pay the resldae- the
rent. No, tho Kcwlcrs are not hop (lends. They are hop) skip ahiiump
llcnds. Try and get 'om for the second .payment!
to tho more advanced classes with
out tho preliminary work, and also whlm. ,n thclr jrt worlt before-the
auows epeciai courses uik ,. o)(j nr0 oUtworn. KoP thero Is fashion
There arc other excellent schools In ,n art , clotneSi nd the cIcver
the dty. many with free classes and ,ustnitor originates as well as copies
ovenlng courecs, offering a variety of tn() current styles
practical training in designing and j mugt nere y a ffood word for
commercial art. tho majority cf editors and .t buyers
Tho Art Students League, In 57th u hurried, overworked lot who nev
Street, gives, a training In drawing crthelcss usually And time for a hclp
yhlch cannot be surpassed anywhere, ful word of comment to every begln
and In. addition now offer courses In ner. Also, In passing, I might say I
Illustration and other, practical sub. never met with any of tho unpleasant
jects which are ,so much in demand, experiences commonly supposed to bo
I havo heard It said by competent the lot of young artlsta. One of tho
critics that with tho staff available at ,-ood things about the work Is the
the League, any one can obtain as flno contact and acquaintance with men
training In this country as In Paris or and women Interested In Jie same
anywhere else, although of courso one thing!", who Ktimulatc one to doing
misses the atmosphere and surround- the best work possible,
lngs which have made study abroad jiy own experience lies mainly with
almost lndlspensablo If ono is follow- illustrating, but tho fields of design
ing the flno arts. lnff ror textiles, rugs, Jewelry, cm-
Tho rates for Instruction In Now broidery, decorative signs, greeting
York art schools are remarkably reas- cardSi bookplates, &c. aro especially '
enable, and tho living expenses of tho 1 am, profitable. There Is
student are by far her heaviest outlay. algo tne field of Interior decoration.
Tho studenU take up historic orna- clthor n8 a profeBS,on by llsef or
opportunity to discover and develop "oover, tho inside work of an In-
throno which interests her most. ' terlor, decorator's studio Is sufficiently
Whllo In art school, also, sho can comP'ex demand a reasonable
begin to develop tho other necessary of preparation and at least a
qualities, ability to Judge the market car 8 work wltn a reputable firm be-
and the salesmanship necessary to foro Pen'nB ono h own catabllsh-
placo her work to .tho best advan- mcnt. Slnco many of tho overnight
tage. Special orders come Into the society woman studios havo vanished
school from tea rooms, shops and wlth business depression there Is
manufacturers for all sorts of art BUro to bo a renewed demand for
work, Including posters, signs, orna- """ u""n in mis nno or woric.
mental boxes and labels, and sums Against tho fact that there Is keen
paid for these range from 10 to J1D0. competition among tho graduates of
In addition, special subjects are as- nrt schools as they blossom out Into
Higned In advertising, poster and full-fledged designers and 'Illustrator
magazine work, and the drawings can to nothing of tho efforts 'of the
frequently De sold to very good ad- established artists to maintain them
vantage. While I was a student, 1 selves In tho facp of tho onslaught),
sold, dozens of little sketches for " might balanco tho fact that one
poems, story headings and so forth, art school alone had more than 4uo
nnd tho acquaintance and understand- calls for designers last yearrand thai
ing of the market thus gained Is as new Industries aro constantly open
valuable aa tho actual Bales. Ing their doors to women. Tho- pos.
This experience In Oiling special slbllltles of bringing more beauty Into
orders, or that gained by summor tho ordinary forms of life are by no
work with some firm, even at very means exhausted, and until they aro.
low pay. helps the beginner Immense- there will always bo room In a varlfcty
ly when she starts to flnd a position of artistic occupaUons for well
after leaving school. I always ad- trained women who Havo creatlvo
'vise. Incidentally, having a salaried ability and know how to use It-
Vni, RPT .HfFFLL
vvncA HKQVZt.L TO
l It rs. ... f
AND EVE& SACG Y
&EEN. TSyNCr 7o ftH
out pocket &oo'k
v i ijrrs a v t i v i I
I 7 I JW IVI fit 1 , , II 1 r 1 im.
GORDON WOOFUS. deceased. Still another guy that would buy oil
Anything a bootlegger said was real stuff. Everything thoy .pffo
was Kood buy. Tho last cose they sold him was! Now his, mat
has a solid marble domo. Expensive but appropriate
Theso aro positively tho six best buyers.
The Jarr Family M;3
By Eoy L. McCardell ''.
Coprrlfhl, 123 (NfW Vork Evening World) by Prti Publlahlnc Oii '
FTEK Mr. Jrirr and Mr. Ranglo automobile. Mom. I only sr
A . ..i i causu I thoucht thoy wori'
., . send Pop to Jail," sold Maate
I IVU VUUI I TV IVllUlll U f n w
By Caroline Crawford
Look Your Best
By Doris Doscher
Copyriglit. 1922 (New York Evenlnt World), by Prcts Publishing Co.
The Love Story of a. New York Working Girl.
Copyriglit. 1022 (New York Evcnlnc World) by Tress rubllshlnc Co.
Mnnsrry Mlndon, nlnrlten, hflps to tiupport her nldoned ntnther lit Horkln: t lh
mm' tloir counter In a larin .New lork drpartment oloir. Her most Inllninlr "1111"
Is Mulile Lee, n fellow iiilenflrl. Mnlnlr'n "i.teudy" f Cluremn U'iuiile, n llonrwnlker.
Marcle feeln tier mil "rrlnce Cbsnnlnc" Mill tonta alunz and lite up lo lier Ideals.
Ilectn this story to-day und nee bow Margie' drenmi wurk out.
Courtship and Marriage
By Betty Vincent
Copyright, 12J (New York Evening World) by Press PublUhlnc Co.
"Dar Mii Vincent I am a
youno Oirl of tlxtMn and there is
a certain young man whom I
should like to meat. My mother
Is acquainted jwith his mothor but
w have never mat. One night my
girl friend and I were in the
movlti and this young man wa
also there. We teemed to notice
ach other, and the next day he
met my mother and asked about
ma, sanding hit bait regards to ma
although we have never been in
troduce. I want to meat this boy
very much, Mia Vincent, so can
you tall me haw I can arrange it?
Alwaya make, a confidante of your
mother. Tell her that you Ilko the
young man and she will no doubt sco
to It that you meet this man tliu
"Dear Mis Vincent! . I am a
eonttant reader of your advica and
with you would help me. I have
received an tatter card from a
bog friend of mine whom I care
a great deal for. Do you think '
it would ba proper for me to write
him a letter, aa I would like to
continue hia friendahip7 K. K."
Exchange postal cards. Send him 11
card with Borne sort of spring greet
ing or message which merely acknow
ledges tils card.
"Dear Miss Vincent: I am a
young man twenty-three year of
aget very muoh intereatad in a
young woman one year my junior.
Thi young woman work with
tha aame concern as I do and it
alao of a different 'religion, whleh
ia, of course, an obstacle. Do
you think it wise to continue our
friendship under these conditions
when I know that it will be at
least two year before I shall ba
financially fit to wed?
"C. A. B."
Two years Is a long tlrne nnd, con
sidering the difference Id your religion
and therefore outlook upon life, I
would advise you not to think too
seriously that this Is a case of love.
FACING THE FUTURE.
TWO nights after Spafford had
accounted for the "rumor" of
his engagement ho called again
to seo Margie. Ills face was almost
as haggard and worried this tlmo as
It had been when ho first camo to an
nounco the roport
"Why, what Is
who hoped to sco
hlra In his cheery
mood again, now
that he had an
nounced hl3 In
tentions never to marry a society girl.
"There's matter enough," declared
Spafford as he seated himself In tho
dingy living room. Then he scorned
to realize that he was bringing an at
mosphere of discontent and discom
fort Into this humble little home when
he ought to bo a high light.
"I have no right to bring all my
troubles to you this way," ho said
trying to assume his former happy
smile, "but, Margery Mlndon, I simply
can't help telling you how 1 feel ntxjut
"I'm glad you can't," responded
Margie, "pleaso' don't think you havo
to play tho role of a masculine Ifolly
anna around here. I am glad you'
camo hero this evening to tell me
about yourself. Not only am I In
terested In all your architectural plan
and your life work but I want to hear
all nbout your misfortunes. I know
Bometlilng Is worrying you now; pleaso
'tell mo what It Is."
Frank 3nnfford looked at Margio'a
earnest blue eyes and opened his
heart to her.
"Two rather unexpected things hav
happened," ho said. "My sister Is
highly wrought up over the fact that
I have denied I nm engaged to Leila
Whittlng and old man Whlttlng U
furious at mo. In fact, ho has as
signed another architect to build his
villa and 1 am out the biggest contract
I vr ''rt. He eaya fcn c-ject
me to marry Leila after tho way sho
announced our engagement before I
had even hinted marriage to her but
he does think I ought to become en
gaged for 'ashort time.' "
"Thp very Idea," burst forth Mar
gle. "Why " slioulu you wed Miss
Whlttlng Just because M10 took u
'flapperlsh-deb' way o"f saying you
were engaged? What ever possessed
her to say such a thing?"
'That's what.' wo are all wonder
Ing my sister, old mun Whlttlng and
several society people who well knon
that 1 never even' couit'eil Leila. Ilu'
sis says I ought 'to hp. proud or th
fact that she wanted to marry me, a
pretty, rich girl like that, and sha is
so Indignant that I won't step for
ward and nnnounco my Intention:?
that sho turned me out ot ho.
house." "And you nro now staylni;
"At a dingy old' boarding lrouso fc
tho present, a place I used to feo when
sis went abroad for tho summer
However, what I feel most Is losing
old man Whlttlng's .contract to build
that villa. It was to ho a big placo
on 'Long Island, the best work I ever
planned from an architectural po'nt
Of viow. "Whlttlng savs ho doesn't
expect me to marry IjoII.i. He
blames her for tolling her gin
frjends, In a boastful innrmfr. tlit
sho was engaged to. mo. In fact ho
lias .sent. '-her out of town and In
tends to punish her b denying her
a trip to puro'pe. this summer but ho
thinks' I ought' say I am cngigod
and uphpld- her and then. K't her
break It off later In the reason."
"In other words, make you out .a
very UcHlo mlndod young man," In
"Bxoctly. But' I would have vono
of that. I. .havo left my -sibter'a
home, let 'Whlttlng get another archi
tect and now I nm noln lr break
away from society ultogcthrr. It
society means becoming engaged to
tho wrons: girl I will stint agaiu nnd
show them X can get ulong very well
and do my own proposing."
Murgio congratulated Spafford for
his good sprt. Her kuen understand
ing of his position hremed to give
him tho stimulus lie nuded but his
judden break from a"1 icty set her to
"a'.jrrow Uovs xn4 He Future.
DEAR Miss Doschen
I am a young man. I am
told by friends that to comb
the hair back straight, pompa
dour style, is a bad thing for tha
hair, as it causes
it to fall out.
Please let ma
know cause of
It Isn't comb
ing the hair bank
which causes It to
fall out, but tno
It to make It stay
In placo. This un
3 sours on the hair
und Is disastrous
to tho growth of It. Tho hair cun bo
trained back nnd mado to stav In
Jarr. "Hut. reel It was flneZfldlntT
their characters, and llttlo Willie and n tj,0 police patrol. It wcft, fast
Emma Jarr, nnd Johnny nnd Mary and tho gpng.kopt ringing,, arid every-
' Ranglo. who hnd been with their par- bdy was lookln at us, 'and liKf
. . , . ... Slavlnsky saw us. tool I never had a
cnts when arrested and arraigned. Jn on(j w ko w
wore restored to their respective moth jn ono nKanj"
era, Mr. Jarr and Mr. Itangle bade "You will ride In many a cfleftfjtf
each other a comradely adieu, while Innocent and abused darling aata
, . ,, , ,. , . ,, . Mrs. Jarr with a' sob,' "tha"la,,,,at
their wives nodded cold farewells to fatncr ,n
ench other, nnd went their several j,e company of representatives ot
ways, each with her own husband and tho criminal classes,' like that maa
"And now." said Mrs. Jarr. as soon T'"s hard on Itangle. but Mr.
ns sho and her husband nnd children Jf realized ho was getting the samo
wcro out of hearing ot the Itanglesi Wnm ln tne "anKle household, and
"I want you to tell mo the truth, the Iet u P ot tnat-
wholo truth, nnd nothing but 'the
truth, as to tho cnuso of this disgrace
ful happening, your being arrested
and, with my little lambs, dragged
through the streets by tho police!"
Mr. Jarr was nbout to explain that
they had not boen dragged through
tho streets by the police, but had been
driven o the pollco court InMhe po
oxide, each ono dram) rosewater,
four, ounces. A. E.
Apply to tho spots' that are troubled
with blackheads until they have bo
como tlKTroughly sortenod. It usu
ally takes but a llttlo while, but In
" "iB.S auto-olTagonrtdidllot
WacWt'ea. the get a chance to say this, for Mrs. Jarr
r.niir en,... r.,1,1 fiiiljih thn treatment coniinuou.
with an leu rub or cold water to
which a llttlo astringent haB been
Do You Know?
-By Hazel V;. Carter
Dear Miss Doscher:
Can you please advise me how
to get rid of dark circles under
the ayes? What are tha causes?
I arn a regular bookworm, but I
don't read all day long, though I
work In an office and read mall
all dav. C. 0
OT so far from the curb market.
wnore you ouy your railroads,
radio, or rubber- direct from
"And I don't wish you to attempt to tho noisy open-air merchants, la on
shield that man Itangle. It la he who other curb market where you. can In
dragged you down to this, and dragged vest In everything frpm Inflated
down my Innocent liuie lamos ua weiu roosters to guaranteod-ror-tea-yeani
For years I have told you he was 110 alcove supporters from cquoll noisy
fit associate For years I've begged open-air merchants.
you never to be seen ln his company I Tho main difference belt)
And my darlings! My poor, sweet. In- whereas you can spend .a.
nocent Iambs! To think they should bo one curb, the other curb' rar
driven through tho streets In a police you back more than a dime.
natrol wacon Ilko shackled myrml- Nassau Street, tho five.
ions!" curb market, lias become fame
Mr .inrr .ll.l not oulto understand downtown New Torkora 'fo
Tho fact that you are Indoors all what aho meant by this laat, but It of every sort. And ,4opj$
A i- - -i . . i ... la nvnlnnn. .A..H.UJ an 1mnraalvn flint uin rA. famC it 10 nCTUS.
Pinee Dy mo uso or a llttlo tonic In- tlnn nArh of the dark circles under neated It nenln. "To think that my Two hundred years or so
Dear Miss Doscher;
Please give ma full directions
for' using the following solution:
Carbonate of magnesia and zino
. a . ..... . ... Vnrr , n .
mira Itlnl Vflll TTll 11 Jn. nn. nhnll M tl lIMVPTl inrflllffTI lllfl V W u ' H MOVU W near
take systematic exorcises, especially streets like shackled myrmiuons, do-
In tho open air. A brisk walk of at cause their father will associato with
least a 'mllo or a half mile In tho
morning Is going to do wonders In
Improving your appearance.
Helps for the Mother
By Emi'ie Hoffman
Copyright, 1052 (New Tork Evening- World) by Press Publishing Co.
( ( xr THEN may I begin to glvo my very young Infant will cry to be held.
baby eggs?" asks n new If this dCBlre Is gratified It will gradu.
a social outcast Ilko that man
Mr. Jarr said nothing for a moment,
but It was running through his mind
that at this same tlmo his friend
Itangle was being reproached in prac
tically the samo terms by Mrs. Itan
gle, except that Mrs. Itanglo was
doubtless making tho jhargo thut Mr.
Jarr was the social outcast who had
upon layer of petticoats,
Street used to ba called, 'Pie
Sturdy Dutch women, in volt
aprons and flappercd 'white
match used to stand on the cu
siding over tables or carrying
filled with tho kind of pes whll
taurants nowadays desert bo oil
menus, but never produced dec!
puffy pastrled plen spilling ova
got her husband nnd children arrested, stuirlngs of everything .from t
"It wasn't Itanglo'a fault." said Mr.
Jarr finally. "We took our children
for a walk. To prevent tho youngsters
from pestering us to tnko them to
moving pictures, wo bought them toy
gas balloons. All of these burst r,r
got away except llttlo Kmma's. It
est gooseberries to the most
Whllo tho modest maids offMana-
ha-ta hurried along Plo Woman'
Lano with covered baskets. .In which
they tucked their purchases, we have
It on good authority that n6mo of tho
prominent business men' who fro
quoited the savory Lane, uncble to
wait until they got homo to the good
vrouw's table, strolled ln the open eat-
mothcr. Soma Infants can ally bo followed by other dcmandB,
never bo given eggs; a trial will show and before tho lenient mother Is
whether your child Is one of these, awaro of ft her baby expects to get
A normal, healthy child may bo given everything It wants. Thus tho seeds
a soft coddled egg nt nine months. At of selfishness aro often firmly rooted, finally got away, too, and Its Btring
first glvo -two tcaspoonfuls and grad- ln Infancy. Self-control to especially caught In some electric wires, and
.. , . . ., . when I threw up my umbrella to
ually Inoreaso this until at ono year a necessary In tho diet. loosen this tov caDtlvo balloon, tho
wholo egg may be given. If an egg Children usually acquire a taste for Bteej ri, e tno umbrella caused a Ing great chunks of pie.
is boiled twenty minutes tho yolk may sweets, but tho correctly trained child short circuit that gave n, grand elec- Just what the selling talk was those-
bo llncly grated and added to tho milk will understand that candy and sweet trlcal, pyrotcchnlcut display and called days along tho pie cirb market hla-
. .in,., , . . n... ,,,.. out the police and flro departments, torlan fall to say.
of a six or sevcn-month-old baby. cakes are no' good for llt..o folks. .JJ J", 'know about lt..l Mttybo t mn something like tra:
u-hnn snnnv mm.. m with hnn.u Tnls child will take the moth- . know Jt wu, aIl that mftn .Get 'om while they last gtnta-the
covered with tar Just peel an orange ors word for It that certain foods aro Uangle's fnult!" whlmpen-d Mrs. Jarr. last two custards goln' for a Jitney,
and rub tho outsldo of tho skin over Injurious ami Is perfectly content to "1 pity hia poor wife und children. You couldn't get 'em for ten time
uwult the eighth birthday, utter which Hut notmng you can ao or sny win mo imn iu uy om. n.o uuau-
roHtrlctlons In diet will be gradually excuse 4he fact that you associated berries will outlast 100 of the aver-
rcmovrd. Thero aro many examples with that man, and as a result my age pies. Watch, ladlea and gents,
of such r.elf-control and, whllo others dear little children wero disgraced, whllo I hit 'cm with this hammer, In-
inurM l, but mlmlro It, the mother yes, Ilko shackled myrmidons ln a po- destructible! Who'll take 'cm off tea
knows It was only iccompllahcd by llco patrol automobile!" dirt cheap? (Beat tt, Detsy, her
uiuiuaui Unnnusa ou her part. "X didn't, mind riding la the police comes a copr'j.
the smirch and wlpo off at once.
Lemon peel will answer tho samo pur
poHo. Tho volatile oil In these citrous
fruit skins readily dissolves the tar.
To teach a child (jelf-control Is onu
lio Clrut vjuuc of Xtc mother. A