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"qulrand Virginia E' ex
Tfre Heming Instinct
mWLOWIX pllltltltll nil ffim llirt ImniA
i'WCOfadnii innT.nzliin uMnli slm Imil
"Oh, ilear.- l'nul,
Im't it n underfill te
Imve tin homing In
1'nul stared t lier
"iiuii v" i
"Dnillir, de u ' t
pretend te be no
stupid. It's net n tilt
heoeinlng. Yts, the
homing ln.t Iiifl .
"litis tli,' iinicnzlnn
cot a let nf stnlT jilient I
ill 11- Inn'" I10 ritii'nn.i
V. "Well, jeu nrc Mnp'd! I'lgrens;
:t The Iden! Of course net Tli- horn-
l-i ln I'Hnrt In humans, I menu." Sh
i&frf li,k. srlnnwl
nmiahly under tier !
tV " CM l"'H, IIP
urged her with
'. Pfl0rftll I'Hu ifimtlnn
SiW- "I tentlH. thnt slatim
V11 llf tlllk-
In, lieupy. Tills innu'azliip only Im
presses one of whnt n futile, useless
thing it is te lle for jcars mid je.irs
nnd net have nnj liemp "
1'aul pretended te jnwn.
"Just think hew sillj It Is for pee peo poe
pie net te lmc a home when they
could have just ns well ns net," she
went en convincingly.
''It's preposterous of these people
who nre forever moving from one place
te another just living in trunks nnd
traveling bag. And eti knew, l'nul.
there nre nn awful let of people like
thnt newndajs, And they Hie without
u sign of n home or hnmri things alieut
Paul's ejes dropped te the tulk ns
machine In the coiner of the mn little
living room, but the niichiewitis twin
kle was there.
"Well, the're making ti aiding
phonographs nnd fianMlng rndie set
and even traveling sewing uiarlilti'w and
typewriters nnd curling Irons and "
He paused ns he encountered her
lTnve, serious ejes.
By HAZEL HEYO KATCIIELOIt
Judith Cnilyle nnd Lucy Han Han
delph arc deluded nlu. Judy thinks
it enough tn mek her husband's
meals and mend An clothe. She
deis net think it necessary te cow
pge Kith ether women in mder tn
held her husband, uhilr Lucy n n
nagging Utile shirw. Hand and Vail
re aitiitn. struggling teiraid beauty
expression. Then need under
ttanding m their wnes, and nncen
icieusly they both turn teunrd
women who me ready tn gnr thrm
this understanding. In Carlatta
l'aiinj Hand finds the ireiimn who
cq,n give htm rierything that July
refuses, but Carlettn does net with
te take her happiness nt the ex
pense of another ueman. When
"Judy suspects the tiuth of Hand's
feehnas she discovers her nirn love
for him. and at last faies the situa
tion fairly and squarely.
.nillEN Judy nt last came out of tli"
bedroom the clock en the mantel
OTW the fireplace said 1 e clock, Fer
the first time since she and Hand came
te New erk. she ate her lunih staiiil
lag up nnd with the unwashed break
fast dishes still en the table in the
Lunch consisted of n piece nf bread
-nd butter and a gla-s of milk, and
she was just finishing when the hell
.Tudy went te open th deer and Lucy
Randelph burst into the room. Her
blue eyes were swollen with weeping
nnd she was verj white. Judy knew
In a minute that something had hap
pened, but she did net speak, nnd
finally the consciousness thnt l.uej's
ryes had widened in surprise made Judv
leek down nt herself, and sh0 flushed
She were n blue silk kimenn Instead
of her ii'ual shirt waist nnd skirt, unn
with the studio in Mich n nie-s, no
wonder I.ucj looked her surprise.
Then Lucy i?pek.
"What's the mutter, what have veu
done te yourself?"
"Nothing, whj?" Judy returned
Teu leek se diffeient. Of ceur-e
It's your hair that changes veu. and
J never did like these tailored things
nf yours." She continued f -tare
curiously for n minute, and then ns
Judy looked away confusedlj . she burst
nut: "Judj Cnrlyle. you're prettv.
I never thought se before, but It nn
because of the waj jeu get jour-elf
"Come and sit down and tell me
what's wrong." Judj returned iiiicklv,
but although she had Ignored Lucy's re
mark, n warm little feeling of sap
faction hnd settled around her Ik art
Her attempt nt beautlfjing herself had
net been in nln if Lucy had noticed
difference in her appearance.
As though suddenly vememberln; the
reason for her precipitate entrance,
Lucy's small face grew suddenlv tingle.
She sank into n chair, and began pull
ing en her handkerchief nerveuslv with
her small finil lingers.
"O, Judj. I'm se unhnppv, ami I
had nowhere te turn Judv. Carl is
In love with nuetlier woman'
Judy's heart leaped in her hrenM
Lucy," toe'' It seemed iiiicaniiv Itiit
perhaps Lucj had let In r imagination
run away with her; perhaps ii wasn't
"Yeu can't realh menu that Mut're
In earnest," Judj lieiin! hei-snlf a,ving,
"are veu sure jeu're net imagining
Lucy shook her head vein meinlv.
""Se, I'm net Imagining thhg-. I tell
yeii I knew '."
"Rut bow de jeu knew V"
"I tell jeu I knew. Carl isn't the
same man. He's never nt heme: sonic
times lie even sleeps at the studio "
"But that doesn't prove lie's, in love
with some one else,"
Lucy drew n long breath and her
blue eyes shifted nwaj from Judj's
"There's something eNe I found a
note in his pocket Oh. I knew jeu'll
'think me tenlble, and I tiled nm te
..k J tl 1.... f l.n.l n 1 ,,.. l.n.l ...
yjysunnn ine ten in
tead it, but I I
Ravjmew what was
PgTJudy bad stlrti
1IUI1 I" J I --1 ll.lll L'
s iii it :"
iffcued lit 1 ncv ' impelii-
;!?' 6im confcishieu. With ml her fault fault
JJ'NWje hnd n high sense of hriner She
W'ffrtwnuht linve eiilisidei-efl tt benenlli lier
L te open n letter of Ilund's, nnd te rifle
his pockets ler wiiat 'no might iind
was worse. Hut in spite of herself she
could net help being sorry for Lucj .
and she could net turn nwaj from her
In her trouble.
"I Mippese jeu wouldn't stoeu te
anything like thut, would jeu?" Lucy
lung out before Judj had n chnncc te
BeaK. nuc it veu hiievv jour nils-
iYf''p'till was deceiving you, and jeu wis
lCj"1f)fCted the truth, jnu'd be desperate
fMIOUIil i" " iwijiiiiiis.
'iSfc&ii.' Tomorrow All Amazing Cliange.
'JsSiJ-. a i rr
luutit i omen
tiumher of women who me color-
I iHVery BinaU us ceinpiucd witli the
cr Ml moil se unnoted.
n.are wild te be meie adent at
ecsj-i" n si.lJ.: .i.::r.::
IIOYT (J KANT
"Ueally, l'nul. It's nothing te laugh
at. After nil, theie's net much ue In
living nt nil, If one can't hnve one's
"Mut the modem mill ' meeting
nil thnt. Insisted
Paul with mock stub stub
Leruness, "Vh, l'
seen trunks In the
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NIK) I YIIIUUU-. Jilll-l.t
downtown that Imvi A.)
n (piling ncninn eiuii
light In Vm,"
Virginia sniffed In u
"Oh, these nre j is)
f ii r actors and -nnd
"Surelj. m knew thorn two a let
of people that bine no pcimnnenl idnees
if nhndc, as they sa ill select legal
i iiiles, li'-ltle actors nnd traveling men
who veil hardware nnd tell funny stories
.iliiiii liew ti get real Itiiiliheii in the
Miinklng roenn of the Pullmans."
Virginia ejed him in complete in.v in.v
t'ticatlen. "1 don't believe I understand," she
"Well, tint tin'. I don't suppose Com
mander Pcnij was nt home verv much
of the time. And. of ceure. if Ucndiik
HuiImiii hud stajed home and minded
his own business "
".ou-ene, l'nul. jeu're just joking
"Ami I sunpese If Mr Christopher
Columbus had fitted old Chris up with
a smoking den. with nn Oriental coiner
in it. and embroidered him n nlee pair
of slipper with his monogram en 'em
be might have found it haul te break,
nvcy and sail off te "
lie w.ls lleiued bv the slender tingirs
lii- drew acre-s In-, mouth.
"That s all beh. nnd ,mii knew ii
Nevertheless sic looked thoughtful as
slip closed the Inviting magazine and
turned li''r attention te the serious liusi
ness of di.mer.
Tomerrnw 1'reild Vires
JIT' ' T. .y
VV OTTian S 111 lICS
lly JKAN XKWTOX
The Dellies of the If arid
A mm h headliti'd ne'riss who in her'
earlv twenties is being sued for ill- i
voice bv lier third or fourth husband
r.js. "the net man I marry will lie a
Ne millionaire, she s.ivs. can.be an,
idfnl husband. Itlih men tegaid their
vives either a plnj things or mantle
i.ti'ns. nutherizu1 te displnj their mil
lions te the world Lverj mil lonnire
is a hvphennte. for the dollar sign
-lands between hi egoism and the love
he ought te feel for his wife.
"I am tired." she Insist-, "of being
the dell of --ome rich man who can '
cover me with diamonds and pe.uls te1
evhiblt me te his friends with enctlj
tin ".line pride as he dlsplajs a record
"I have tried love In palaces." she
admits, "and. believe me. It is n veri
table uijtli. New. if ever any man per per
Mindes me te take another tliug nl the
win Id's greatest game, it will be love in
n cottage for mine
Having tried happiness vvnu million
aires in palates nnd found them wanting.
1 Hellj. as we shall call her for m pur
pose, sajs her neNt attempt vvii be
love in a entlnge '
And whnt Is llellj doing te (it her
self for love In n cottage and happi
ness with n peer mnn'.'
1 or life in a cottage consists of n
few factors besides love cooking, for
Instnnce. and cleaning windows nnd
retiring children, and a few ether duties
in this game of tit-fer-tnt which is
called marriage, and which must be
tit-fer-tut if leve is te endure.
I'rebab'y Hellj never thought of
these things before, love in a cottage
meant te her jut love in a cottage;
That love must lie kept warm and fed.
that the piper in this, as in eveij ether
game, must be paid, prebablv did net
occur te her. Uellv never thought of
lit-fer-tnt. of pajlng bnck. of doing
lier share She did int rcnlbe that
marriage is a partnership nml hum be
reclprnc.il Attention had alwnjs come
te her. and se, she believed, would
love out of a clear skv. bv waj of
a handsome husband nml accompanied
bv inouej. jevvel, nnd pv rv oilier u
Ilel v is pieitv nnd has some hui rn -mg
wiijs That Is nil she has tn give
And se far sip. has never fe't the need
of unv thing else. The suitors who came
te her asked nothing mere. That was
all lliev wanted of hir- a prettj dell.
Hut Flellv is mil salislicd with a hus
band who wunts enlj a dell. Se she
vvii' have te cultivate the qualities that
i will attinct another tvpe of man. Ter
in he mine than a uianiiispnn she must
he titled te be something mine
It she would be a wife In every
sense, she must he piepnreil te de ii
wife's job te be a partner of work as
will as pleasure, of sorrow as well as
If slip would be the comrade of a
worthwhile iiiiin rather thnn the ,ll of
an idler, 'lie must fit herself te til
th, s She must turn lier prettj head
te s neus thoughts, must think ,.f life
in ntliei- tonus than pleasure aid 'i- ,
iluuitiie, must he ii.iilv te u!vi ns vvill
If she would he the' mother of his
ihildrin instead of the plaything of nn
emptj hour, she mu-t lie pit pa red for
pain, for sacrith e. for rospeiislhilm
The magntt which attracts one mm!
will repel another And if the Itellies
of the wei hi an. dissatisfied with wlmi
their partieu ar powers "f munitien'
bring te them, ihej miisi readjust their
Advice tin Beauty
MKIii: Think 1 II have te start a
hairbrushlng contest one of these thus
te in-plre the mere general use of the
hniihrush and ineidentallj pitih up a
vvliele let of dilTerenees howien to te
parting hairs and careie.s nalp. 'i'1(,
brushing Is exercise for tlie scalp, and
at the sumo time it i Ipiuiis it of iln-t
and gilme and dirt finm vvn.tli spring
nil mautier of hair doubles Se git
out tin hairbrush tonight and applv it
for live geed leunil full iuiiiuts, and
ngnm in tlie meining. nml keep' that
uii for one solid month
MRS I' It I will give veu two
waist exerel.es right uwiiv cpncklv, se
veu won't have the excuse of net know
ing whnt te de another minute Stand
witli right feet forward nhnut n jnrd,
hands raised above henil : take n'deep
hientli; then slevvlv bring hands te i.mm
of tlie extenileil feet, exliHling as jeu
go down. Keep left lc- -tiaiKht. iiml
bend light slight l De this thiee
times; then reverse, extending left feet :
repent tluee. times. I'ladiuilly incrense
Ite ten times each. '
Then de this mevement: Keep feet i
firmly en fleer about twenty inches
apart, hands ever head; inke n deep
hieath; then turn te light from hips
up. Swing hands deiwi with vim. and
touch the fleer with left hand a near
tin rlgbt '"'''I lls jnu can make it.
iuirn. ujiim in leucn right liuiiii le
i (iraduallv Increase from dav in ilmr
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p wj .waaaaaaw
Please Tell Me
What te De
Te "Barney B."
It Is net nece-nni.v te seal the' enve
lope, but wixer te iie be If veu de net
want some one else, te rend the tntsBiiRO
Practical Jokes am nlwaja a mltale
Tlie.v seem very funny te the perpetrator.
Iut no one enjoys Iiclug inmle n feel of
While the boys should net have leen
mile .veu pln.vcd n pretty mean trick
Te "Anxious Det"
Veu mciIiI tlml muIi h book In the free
IllltMlfntf lillf fl.A llllad ri.t.l ......i .intlrflit
n them nre apt te be ver.v stilted lie1
Itlnil te ethers, help ethers, tctul geed i
books and ceicult the euiik lndv in the
llbrurv about whnt te read, And study,
nice people Its tb" best wnv te Icnn
If ou h.ue n kind heart nnd .no nat
ural nnd Kweet jeu will succeed
Nothing te Be Ashamed Of
lenr I'vnthln I run n girl of fit-
t-en. fnlrlv Koeiblookiiig, hut rvnthl.t.,
I would like te bring enip be.v s te ihe '
''loose, but enlj our- thing hinders me '
M ther vv.i Ainerh in-liern, but ".he Iias i
beep dead ipiltc u while I live with
en" of nn rcl.itlvis who speaks vvlthi
nulle a dreided forelun uccetit Cynthia
I would UUn te bring bevs and Klrls te
the house, but 1 knew that the would
iiugli .it the w.i sh" tniv iilnthf)
speaks I'li.ise, sonic reader If .volt Ii.tp
lived with patpi is who had a foreign
no cut ic'i nn- if eii bieuglu jeurj
fiifiius te our house .
SIet people think u foreign accent
veiv Interesting and attractive. Tie net
i hesitate te tnk.' etir friviuls home.
1 Pear C.vMhln Tluie nre a few ques
t eris which have been bothering me
nf l.vtc and I wquM be vei.v h.ipi if
ou vveilil answer them
I am a vmng Inch of nineteen t n
il.itue ei ivetilnL' iempan. Is it p-nper i
for me te ii'e when inlteducid te a ,
veunir man m should I remain seated
tiee-i the s.ime nile held gnxl when a
iveuug liilv Is with the man"
i (lflen when 1 am Introduced te a man.
lie offers Ills hand In such n case 1 al-
as take It, but W It correct for us
I In shnkn li.inils in. Ii, Inir Inti nilm-ail
I never e,.m in knew when te shake :
I hands or when te refrain
A lady remains srated when Intie
i duced te a man, unless he Is a jiersen
t emlm-nee Mie di s net shake hands
ivvllh a man uiib ss he offers Ills hand.
when thev aie introduced if a ladv
is vvltli the man and lutiediiceit nt the
same time the ether lady should rise
te meet bet
She New Cares for Him
Iiear I'jnthin 1 am ncnualnted with
a eucg man fm the past two jeais
and I think a exeat deal of him.
When I tlrst met him. I did net Care
for lit tn In the wav he said he wanted i
me i ' lepuiscu ins intent ens '
,i. ,i,n, i. ,,,.,,i ,.,,.i ...i i. i
11 114 11 nun iiv iiiiin i lit villlll t(ll( iir-i
tame 'veiv indifferent te me. I sup-
pose merelv te leach me u lessrn
This hurt nn m..re than t can tell, nnd
ll was a. .' Kit-.u "ur'n"u 10 me w nen
I found that h,s Indlfference had
awakened tin love t nm tee proud
te admit this te him, and I de net
' make anj advances
, What I cant understand is that he
enies te see me regulnrlj' for a few
weeks and then I de net see him again
for pel haps a month r-r five weeks.
I Ha tells nn that his business prevents
li 1 tn from mining te see me. wliiv.li is
true In a w.w but I really can't under
stand his actions
t'vnthla tan jeu give mn a. little
advice" Hew shall I act when he come
te see me. and what can t de or sa.v
te bring lutn te his senses' ,
Veu can piebablv show liv veur man
ner that jeu are mere lnteiested in him
'than jcu were Tell him jeu miss
hltn when be stajs awa and if he still
cues, he will understand
"Ce-Ed" Answers "P. S. D.'
pear i'v nthln Just a few- words
explanation te mv friend P S. 1
if veu recall cerrectlv, P s P
didn't knock dappers in Genera!
' Kitten ' In inrtlcular The fact I
I Hill I llll.SL 'iruil H.l"1' 'I' ("Tl II' , , ,l.n!H n.,., A I ,,
bobbed hair, short skirts ivtc Pan i VV-" , van judge of their en
cellars. long-vv .listed dresses ete stnngth. If they adept n set of ejtf
Whtn it comes te danclnc 1 can de exercises. Ignorant of their strength,
the scandal walk, skip toddle nnd trick I tumble mav be exaggtratid.
steps ns well as .mv of them if I de I f there' is no eve strain felt ether
sav e .is and in spite of the fa. t that ,M ,l(J ,mtura tire after a day's work
' "vIll'Ne.i" kindly tell me jour ebje.- thoie s need of m. ) eve wiish. 1 de
tlens te Te-eds. and while jeu are at I '"Ivi-e, however, after the night wash
it i plain whv veu and veur fraternitj . up. nppljlng n warm cloth te tlie closed
brothers think she had no reason t,, talk , lidi, and letting it remain there a couple
about Kitten" as she did Hvldently nf minute. This releases the pje
you think s'lieklnc nnd promiscuous m(l fTnm the eiip set position thev
kissinr are net geed teasens Think It , , , r,,sts tMP,, Then in
musfeiud """ J"U nf t0 " 'iil.c.n'.rnliiB. after the fa.e ablution. re-
Se It Isn t the "t'oed kind veu se. I
at frat dances Since when" pe jeu I
think 'Ce-eds" a' ti.it dames wear I
signs te let the dancing public knew i
l lif- 'ire 'i'e,d"" Its near time wvi I
learn, d lb it things aln t what thej
ustrr be' and mnnv a ' ee t d ' mav bv.
found at a frat ilnine If veu enlj leek
Trj it at wiut in vt fr.it dance Yeu II I
be cnnMntetl that tnv aren t iiiunes
either, but regular clrN, that even j-eu
and veur fiateimtv brothers would lie
p'cased te knew i'e-I'P
Plaits te the Pere
in Spring Medes
T''lu eiainelltlllh ,
will tin well le nmiiubti hew long the i I
t...t... i ,..,., i i , .. ,t .i... ..i
lOtr-lli- iiu'i,-it ii in.- ;m rt ill or i-nisiM
tloer et iiiuillv the sillioiittte of the
'70's ami -ll's did 'urrinder In lime.
Hut, tbiiiigh the mode is mi perma
nent, tin re nn some details thai mnik
u little il!fpiciice finm last winl or.
Diapttl kknts, fm i xiiiup'e, aie lunch
meie inlispliii us t li.iu dm in;; the vvln vvln
ter months tl,. is pnitkulnrly true
of suit models. Then the draping It
self nsils ii Utile viulety, for new we
ste nn impulse te i.-itch up the folds In
the Irt'iit liistitiii nl al the sld
Plaits are another feature which
are, if anvlliing uilli uhileil meie sine-
y tliun during t In vvintir. Iiitat pew.
t rs et invention tire emjiliiwd in
mining new incauiies ier ine iiiall.s te
Ml tic ami .".real tunc llinl theM' fhs
shuiild net distuili t In s'iniiiess of llm
gees hand in Imml wifli l lilt. T),,.
above model llllistinti's the Use nf nlnlis
in ,, Iniriiiini' finck of dark h!m. .-,,,,.
.'.' '".,-". . :-..-r.
l"iuoinmei. in lv. in., sdheiiet.e ,s j ,imr.ers: Thov are as ipmlnr us
much nkiii it. Ililmim - b. ...I It wen t nll,llllB U)l, vvdl find in manj n long
go bn.kwuril tn fe.waid lint people V,I L . 'IMwx nre tlnj Utile figures about
::',','.fn'",",,,'!",'::::: .;,:.".'',":. ''".".two .mhes- i.i.. mad,. ..r iiruu wis
BEWARE OF EYE STRAIN!
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If veu in i fend el reading, be cateful alieut getting u geed light from the
tU'lit position. Antoinette Oennell.v gives some warnings and suggestions
en this suhJQct
ghtlng is the muse of most
The best llslillnff svstem. '
.of com se,
, . i. i,,
. "" '"."'.
U ilini imnrMi I., or, nnrv i
light should be dis dis dis
ihrougheut the room.
II United evenlv
The method of indirect lighting, by
which the light is thrown te the ceiling
and refle. I'd throughout the room, is
Hut whatever the general method of
lighting a room may be, there nic ether
thing te he censldeicd. Light may be
loe bright nnd net properly shaded. se
that the cjes nie in a 'constant glare.
One cannot leek at the nun long with
out seeing spots, (ilaring i lec trie lights
likilj te hurt the ojes the same
Hriglit lights should be prepcrlj
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sinned. And for reading pnrticularlj
- , -. . .
when one settles down for an w nole
'owning of it have the light come ever
the left shoulder from a shaded lamp.
I It is quite nil right te read In bed.
I've done most of my best rending that
way and I believe with the jcrfect re-
llnviitinn that comes jeu absorb better.
Hut t have evtr been particular te hove
a light adjusted ever the betl se thnt the
'iavs, shaded, fill ever my left shoulder
'and 1 have had little trouble with my
. eves If wui prefer te read in a chair.
however, tlravv it up te n lnmp se the
rajs of light come exactly right.
I Here is n little hint, tee, which 1
wish te pass en nnd have you practice
i religieuslv for the greater beauty and
strength of jour ejes. rjcvernl times a
dav interrupt jour weik. if It has, been
nt'nll tentining, for long-distance gaz
ing. Nothing is meie immediately, rest
ful te the muscle. (5e te n window
that vvill give a bread stretch of horizon
or distance and naze out ever It for n
'minute or two. ltcpent this once or
twice morning and nfforneon.
I En exercises are net te ne rerem-
mended promiscuously. Only by one
who knows the actual strength of your
ex i.s should I u'V 10 suggested. I" 0W
Can Yeu Tell?
r.u n. J. and .1. H HOltMKR
Hew "(ii-tting Veur (ieat" Originateil
Tin re was a real goal involved long
l,ef he enterid our wicabulnry of
slung. Oiigiu of this expression gees
haik te the duvs of th shepherds and
their l!"iks p.irticularlj te iiieiintnlnuii-
iiemitries like Switzerland, whtre the
simp woie in constant danger of falling
'down (he steep sides of the meuntnlns.
'I lie irnilencx of shtep, then as new, te
stampede nt the slightest disturbance,
was well known.
One day a shepherd discovered thnt
goats cnni'iet he stampeded, and made n
goat the lender of bis fleck. After he
get his gout he had no tieilble wilb
st impede, for the goal wns a steadjing
intlu' nee. It seen became customary te
have goats vvltli each Heek. If at any
tune, however, a tiei k lest its goat for
unv 'nnsen. tin herd became the same
piiim -stricken sheep again, rendj le
stampede upon the slightest 'iisleu.
As a itsiili. til' goat bis anie the suubel
of a sttadving influence, in nian.v wnj.
nnd gouts were eniplojeil as ni'iscets.
Thus it became common in racing
stnbl's te rnrtj n goal as a mascot
,in iilei which was thrived from the
eiigiunl guilt -hi) deck Uf run hnd l In
goat with the tieck iilwnj-. link was
with veu and if the goat was awnj jeu
vvtie 'out of luck l . Frem this it was nil
in-v biep in the rniing sport, the ton ten
tliit'i of which lias alwavs been full of
trioliery, for one horseman te steal the
gout in'nMet "f the ether en the eve of
a line. This natuiiillv put the one
from whom the goal was stolen out et
link, for flic ether fellow had "gotten
Ills gnat "
(If What Was the First
idventures If it h a Purse I
A L vel! sun the I'll..-Wll'. book
Hill In llppeaitlllte uie.v lire nut
eiiliL'i. the Nnnelle nnd Hill- I in-1 in
dells nuc saw iliiiii)'; the war. A piece
of jnrn gn.vlj toiertd nnd of suflicleut
leiiglh le it main in the pnge nf jour
hook, leaving l'u.. Wii. himself bung
ing outside. Is iiiiin hid te the little dell.
Vim inn buy these fur tliirtv cents
ea'li Thev aie silling very fast, for
eveijbe'lj likes them.
Of course vim will
for jour Faster hut
want n new veil
one that will gn
schoine. nnd one
nil civ vvltli its color
I thnt ' will he heenmlng te the wearer.
Well, I guess overjhody Is agreed that
I about the most becoming veil ene ciin
' liuv Is the Trench t ouiplexloii veil, one
shop has thes lined f'leucli veils
with chenille dots at a special prhc of
SI. This lepiesents verv geed value,
and is well xx en tli looking into and
shall 1 aNe snj -through!
Far nsmra af aliepa ntlirrn Weman's Pate
Editor or, phone Walnut SUUO or Mala 1601
nier or pnene ivainut uuu
tncea Ilia lieara ( 9. and S.
-WA.imr.rsjm ir m a mr i.
' , f j' fjfSl
ie,it, using a cold water application te
I'"1 closed Juis.
" Uie ojes arc uiiiisuiin.v
weak, then this wash is recemmended:
Heric acid, 1 percent; sodium hlbernte,
one gram; water camphor, sixty drops
a s'llly tasfe. .
Flabby litis are due le n lack of
phjMetil tone the same exact prin
ciple as dabby cheeks or flnbby skin en
any part of the nniiy. i no lentedv
uaturnllj is toning up the entire system
The crusts thnt accuinulntc en grnnu-
Int t (I lids can be -enked off with n weak
solution of bicarbonate of soda.
nflil lliroe nntiees of rllstllted w nter. I VV ntlt.
iJ ..a.i. ............ .. i i..i: .V. 'and then take nnetner. ii you nave xe iiiieukii nm ,....-,-. '"", unnwarcs In Reme Held where the
ktrnw? nu , rig ever . lie oVer'Am,, te ."ffercntachoeP, ferthem. , en , r tl.e uaugiuer e. ,.. , d lhey flre fl
ffiffi u'LJ,s1;0iim!,,b.ntPlVnaV.!ei,;1lhe Fir Thinas Ht- "" ". . ..!tMw..M thy.
,,,,, i,1iniirU used Tin. tilnin - - - c wny tiiey ceuiti c i-ivtiii iw- iiiueness wiiicii gives jusr a ntnt nf
2 " .' n ..e" I'r'J SJ L .. t,i . i - The first Wilte Heuse bride was Miss All the wny along the street she kept , ,10 wild bluebells that grew
:. . -ii-vL J. i.. ,;12', ,Wb, a relative by mnrrlage of I'resi- her eyes strictly "in the beat proe-1 ell n slender bit of gtns.s was
...l majs .. . ............ ",.,. m,ii. nidi- It u-ns the most en re III I Ult 01 lecellinr nntl snrend Inln nn
ears, the natural e.ve wasn, which nave "'" -"-'
When must beaut cease? Never,
it you knew hew te keep it. The
charm of beautiful maturity may
rival that of early youth if whole
some, ever alluring "freshness is net
allowed te fade.
A firm, fine skin, smooth and free
from blemishes, makes every woman
seem young, livery woman can have
such a complexion the secret is sim
ple, the means within the reach of all.
Cleopatra kept her youth
She reached the height of her fame and
beauty when some women imagine they
must fade and grew old, keeping lier
youthful charms and freshness by the
same simple means which we recommend
C esmetic cleanliness was a daily rite,
anil the cleansers employed were palm
and olive oils. This kept her complexion
fresh and smooth, stimulated te healthful
Most facial disfigurements result from
clogging accumulations which collect en
the skin, fill up the pores and cause coarse
ness, black-heads and blotches.
Wash your face every day and these ills
won't afflict you.
THE PALMOLIVE COMPANY, Milwaukee, U.S. A
THE PALMOLIVE COMPANY OP CANADA, United, TORONTO, 0ST,
4fe maktri of a cempUU
Volume and efficiency
produce 25c quality
The WemmCs Exchange
Ne Qlven Number of Inches
Te the Editor at Ifemmi' Peer!
Dear Madam Would yeil kindly tell
me the Correct height and weight of a
girl fourteen years of ngeV
A CONSTANT ItKADKK.
Yeu see, there Isn't any certain height
for a given age, and It's lucky, tee. lie
cause half the people In the world would
be either tee tall or tce small. But If
you will tell tne hew high you are I
can let you knew bow much ou should
Encyclopedia Would Help ,
Te the RiMer e! Weman's Vane;
Uear Madam I am a cltl fourteen
yenrs of nae nnd aa te lontlmmtlen i
school. I would llke te ask for Infer
Itlfltintl. nil 1 1jtlmi ...Ml l.Al. i.m
Our teacher in sclioel unve us for our ,
hit )iiiut i ii i win 1 1 1-1 1 1 liir,
home work u', write about silk reeling
ann what quality af lace Is In cur-
tnlns. 1 have been te several libraries, i
knew jeu have helped ether. "' '
I J ill VOU ask the llhnitlnn for heln
when ou went te ilinse iilnees'.' I am
sure there must be reference books i
which would give veu the Information
jeu vvniit. And the encyclopedias will
sure jeu will get enough te wilte jour
Te Design Fashions
Te the Editor of Weman's Page:
Dear Madam Could you please pub
lish the name of a. geed school located
In Philadelphia where one could take a
course which consists of costume design,
fashion Illustration, pnttetn drafting,
cutting, fitting, draping and tnllllnerj
design? A ClRATEFl'L Kt3Apr.ll.
Yeu could tnlte a course of tnls de
scription at the SVhoel of Industrial Art,
Hread and Vine streets, 01 at the .Scheel
of lleslgn for Women, ltread and Man
ter fctreets. The pattern drafting, cut
ting, tlttliiR. drnplng nnd mllllnerv jeu
can find at MrcNel Institute, Tlilitj-
.n,n.,.l ntwl f'hnuttltlt streets, mill the
drcssmnkltiB can be had at the evening
public scliceis. inai is a. prcuj- wine-
spread field, and I doubt whether jeu
win be .thie te cet ii course nt ene
Mboel that will Include cveijthlng you
It weuiu lie simpler ie tiiiimi etic
The first woman Majer of America
was Mrs. Llln Wilsen, who wns chosen
'n the office in Ilunnewell, Knn., in
The famous first telegraphic message,
"What hath Ged wrought?" was die
tnted by n woman. Miss Anna Ells Ells
give you something en these sunjecis. i ... ,,0M, jmvc (niten tint meaning mu you once nt n certain va
;.KS..a-l.?.rc".lii"S. ltlVr: "l, :'C..V'!. ' ' et It. I never thought of il nt nil. , the thing you de or mjr
.'.rv,..' :.": ,'in..".-' .'"" .'..'.., Timi's whnt usually happen' wiicii Hinnisinng or wicked.
vmu i'-(iiii iiiiuni, hum; j nil uuin i lie i - i ...... ttl. tt HI urn. i .. !.. A.M ...
Ask the. librarian for loin, and I am veu becill te WOllder, "W hat Will pce- I l.s t going te change
0- - . IHtllflJIM 11 11 III IWCrlHlViVaiW V
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Use gentle means
The kind of washing we mean is gentle,
seething, cleansing with the modern blend
of palm and olive oils.
Tts action is mild and the profuse creamv
lather seems lotion-like. It leaves the skin
wonderfully smooth and fresh while re
moving every trace of soil.
Such cleansing is most beneficial and
prepares the skin for cold cream if you
need it and the touch of rouge and pow
der most women use.
Neck, arms and shoulders should receive
the same beautifying treatment, for they
arc conspicuous as the face for complexion
beauty or the lack of it. Use Palmel ive
for bathing and let it de for your body
riiews'it. " for your face- The pic
Yours for 10 cents
.This modest sum is possible through
gigantic production which keeps the Palrn-
el.ve factories v.eiking day and night a 1
he importation of the bland mild e Is n
Thus this finest facial soap, which if
made in small quantities would cost at
least 2a cents, is offered at the price of
line of toilet articles
m wB t9a3BaeBmBmVHI!-2rHils!0lar
IWLJulMMMtMIP' l'. l-i i H iil'rfMMaW
The 'What-Will-People-Think: WertM
at . u- A..
lyever nas swy iw wiwumue m
'Because Most of the. Time People Don't Think Anything m
All Like the Thoughts Yen Expect Tliem te Have
MY (JOODNKSS. Hieugni "
drl who lintl Just been talking
te n friend en ihe wnv liottie im .""
trollev. "she must have thought thnt
wni nn awfully tpieer thing' for me te
sav. .My goodness! 1 wonder what she
Mill (1 HW ! J'--- .
thorn? it I meant wnnin sue uunn
"("? I'd bctler call her up nnd tell
l(,r vv'lmt t incaill 1 don't knew what
Mt.n'ii tidnk "
e i. ell.l ,m her friend.
:. . .. , ..i. ,. mi.i imve
i iieiii Knew Winn ."" "", ",
lit of me." sue began Bi.mnyt.-
cnlly: "I've been se wen led I Jd't nnu
te rail ett up nnd cxplnln . . i
.-viiv. what de ou mean? nsked .
. She explained : '";; ''T. tl,e!T"0K 0,h" l"1' '''t v up t,
ii" . ;" .""" ,,",,, ,..,,1 what
friend must have thought
i cnlly meant bj the remark
Vhv'l never thought of it n. all."
exclaimed the friend. lauRJilM t ""
verv idea, "f don't really believe nn.v
A01RL who was very much wetrIcdjlt
about appearance was sent off te
one time in her car te drive me inmiij
wash te the laundress.
The boy who usually mine for the
wash. was slek. and the ntitidress
leuldn't carry It herself, se here was
nothing te de but te send It n""'
Willi this girl, who could drive het
'"Vlevv she grumbled nnd fussed ns she
lnndcd llnf basket into the tar lie-lde her
ami covered il carefully ever with n
!. e.,.1 n rnnt. SO that it WOtllll
leek like just
', ,..., .,ii ,,f Mieue
,-n tlie walk te the car.
fnvv- she muttered ns she swung
:",:,. i, i. tl, the car.
""," , Z see ie escorting the wash
- - ,( ..,,,, ltu
driving alie had ever done.
' And net a soul saw her. for
i wns net a soul en the street as
1 went iileng.
HLX she turned the corner
passed jut one person she knew.
That person said afterward : '
When you haven't mat tot a long UtM, both mMtartOrmjmit
wbit changes Tims btswrentht. KtptttatscbooIglrleeaB KtptttatscbeoIglrleeaB KtptttatscboeIglrleeaB
ptexlon snd ha will iay the yuara hare left yen enehangd.
Dl r2niJ t Aiin
yen this morning driving along Main
street looking ready te eat nulls .
In the world wan the matter?" l
ThntV what "people" thought.
"People" aren't going around the
world just waiting for teracthlng t
think the wrong thing nbettt.
A geed deal of the time they de mini
understand: but If you count en their
misunderstanding nnd nlwnys plan ac.
cerdlngly, jeii'll be pretty busy.
Unnecessarily husy, nn in the raw
mIsiI lls iAIAtlllAHA.I as . .1 il . .
.. : . . ... ' : '." ' "c m
tne girl wne teiepneneu nnd the i.i
.... ,,nrricii the wnnb.
j),y tPjnK te live up te your imae.
inntien of what they must be thlnkln
. t u ' ""nuini
It al nil.
ttl... it.HH l,llMlk .MB. i- .1- .1
Why. they have mere te de than bi
- booked, or
or iiiuuxcu, or surprised it
hew, they hnve flceentPtt
luntien ; unl
or "aauclip." i
Your social position, however hih a.
In... It ,l,nt Kfl ! M aU. A. '
veu nre Kecn driving the family wa,"
its destination, nny mere than your
i,-i,ei,i,tu,i ,n .fiii ii nutter iretn i
remark which you think may have a
remote secondary meaning.
What will people think? Prebablr
just what they hnve been thinking all
Or else net nt all.
A.,n1nM la nlM. a ...t '
A True Spring Celer
AVhat is this color blue that Prince
Mary. Visceuntess Lnscelles, has ei.
ainry. iseeuines nsceiics,
'"- " . " Tem Vm rTiV. T
the htnu Hint jeu see glowing In
"r1?nt.,rew,',. fi.Aard!n- Thcr r
rainer nie kuiu imi jeu come Upen
i-elnr such n one fin von tvlll tn, a .-I....
, -.. ,v 11En
jeu see It.
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MCSIC TOR THE EYE!
H' a marvelous new Invention which rln
".Music for tha E" whlle ercheitr. pit,.
In the ear te b demonstrated by LeoueU
Htokewnkl. Itesd about this wonderful
artilltlen te the mmlcal art. In the Matatlnt
Section of nxt Sundav'g Pcblic LEDaai
"ilake It a Habit. jtlc. '
Cosmetics of Cleopatra ,
Whatever unguents, rouge and
powder the queen of beauty used,
cleansing with palm and olive oils
was a daily rite.
IPsJL,,,'ysiIJn,m,5'-' '"an are uniu jv ran uu un icn, micen, or ueinain ever which occur iiiuitcu sec
lriyWsA. tf x.. b tbe ettd PtwuneiiUti treatj times, Uens of FrencU, blua leergette,
t 'fti'lm Is i ' ' 'w (
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