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J JL HI.VT OF ICiPiaON.
IB the pleasure of Connie's arrival,
Nancy forgot her misgivings
over be# promise to dine with Reeve
Lewis the following night and give
him aide and counsel In winning
? back the recalcitrant Peggy.
Connie had been snugly wrapped
la a silken coverlet and propped
is the soft enshions of the couch
before the lire, by the time Curtis
Nancy, brewing the tea, happened
to glance up at that moment and
was startled beyond measure at the
glimpse she caught of Connie's expression.
She could not r?ad the message
that lay in Connie's eyes, but there
was something there incompatible
with the cool, efficient dominant
Connie that she knew.
'Curtis." there was something
elose to tenderness in Connie's
voice. "How sweet of you to send
Conni? raised one thin white hand
to lay it caressingly against the
velvet of the roses beside her. r
What flowers?" blundered Curtis.
Nancy, having been unable to
acquaint Curtis with her trick of
laying his visiting card along side
of the roses, suceeded In pinching
his arm violently as she reached
over to offer Connie a cup of tea.
Curtis, whose wits were not slow
in his sober moments, took the hint.
"Oh?those." His eyes swept the
flowers disparagingly. They sren't
what I wanted to get you at all,
but it's all the florist around the
comer had this afternoon and 1
was too keen to get home to see
you to go running around town
Connie smiled her gratitude and
Nancy, watching her, noted to her
surprise that her hand went ^o the
slender platinum chain around her
throat and her fingers touched the
locket concealed in the folds of her
Curtis accepted a cup of tea from
Nancy, took a gulp of it and made
a wry face.
"Awful stufT." he commented.
Then with his back to Connie,
he made a slight gesture of his
head in her direction, winked and
said under his breath:
"Pretty quick on the retrfeve, eh,
"What did you say Curtis?" asked
"I said this was the damdest tear.
"You said no such thing!" declared
Connie, with a return to her
old arrogance. "I'm not deaf if I
am an invalid I think it is very bad
taste for you and Nancy to whisper."*
"But. Connie, dear. I said nothing."
Connie moved her head petulantly
on the pillows.
"No. but I'm quite sure you and
Curtis have some secret. I think
it's very unkind of you not to tell
"But. Connie, how ridiculous!"
'You have, you know you have!"
"Oh, hell!" exploded Curtis.
Can't two women ever be together
without rowing. If you want to
know the truth you can have It."
'Curtis, please:" Nancys, put a restraining
hand, but he went on sulkily:
"The truth of the matter is that
1 didn't send you those flowers.
Nancy did it arfd put my card inside.
so you'd think they came from
me and she tried to tip me off not
to spill the beans. Believe me.
Nancy is one wonderful little girl.
She knows how to make a chap
happy' and isn't always bawling him
out for something he's done."
The exclamation came from Connie
and Nancy simultaneously.
TJjen Connie turned and looked at
Nancy coldly, accusingly.
Well?" she asked.
(c?pyri*ht. 1921. Wheeler Syndicate, Inc.)
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July Fourth Sunday Issue
Need Not Be ' ES:i^V? Of Tiny Herald
| Somber Day ^0 ^e a
A "sane Fourth" need not be f-Jl / The Boys and Girls' Herald
.. .. k. ., g^a - will appear In the Sunday Her-dead.".
ahd It won t If you ara , ? a)d ^ h>8 done durlne thg
a live-wire. We have grouped ^ ^ past three Sundays, just otie full
together several suggestions ,0r| in /. m??' page.
your Independence Day celebra- A lift I' "mifc. A? there are ***} columns of
, _ . ill v ^ news in a page, readers and contion
and they are given below. *11|\f. MISSW&'' lrlbutorl>. who have bfen un.
The parachute, the dart and the r^rW*^A \rT^^====MMu('^^' aware previously that the greatspiral
papers which are de- ; BR' riy f \ JSr/jft . ??t little paper is also published I
scribed will furnish you with j ^L-S "fefc. >Z~e%!L %1>' on the day of rest, may And In,
. j teresting tales among its stories.
plenty of fun?Just as much and Contributions of a prosaic namore,
perhaps, than you could ture which have been too long
aet from packages of rather e*- ' '* for week day use are contained j
. fi-.-ft,!,, V- ? In the sheet. Several thoughts
peM ? . n?51v Unr/ILnni unique to the youthful mind and
The spiral papers for color Datiy H&raknOt. refreshing to the adult as well
effect, are hard to beat. To (Make one up and send it in.) are contained. The sense of
' make them, make a continuous By substituting for each letter humor characterizing the litercircular
cut through a large. In the groups of letters given be- ary Qf pseudo-literary publicaround
piece of brightly colored low, a letter which, in alphabet!. tions included is worthy of note,
paper, beginning at thV outside cal order. Is the third before or Read and discover a young
edge and eutting till you reach after the given letter (counting ia(j?s conception of the discovery
the center. l"e ^iven letter as one) the de- of the banana, which will appear
Attaefc a Weight W?rdB "\ay be "??Ued out tomorrow.
a.ttaea a wei*BI. When the twelve words are cor
On the center end of the paper iy guessed, the central letters ^ glue
a small object heavy will spell one of the most impor- INUIS U) LFECK.
enough to weight that end down tant days in the year for the (Make one up and send it in.)
so the strip of paper stretches United States. What character in a play by
out like a large spiral spring. As an example. 4,dog" may be Shakespeare is represented here?
Drop the strip out of a high spelled ,*b-q-i/' as "b" might be The first is a good meat, with
window and watch it twist and substituted for "d," "q" for V eggs, a fine dish;
twirl gracefully to the ground. and 'T* for "g." The second's permit or allow,
A sheet of colored tissue paper, 1?KPDGT?to draw a con- if you wish.
some string and a thread spool elusion.
are all that are necessary to 2?ETQTF?(plarge gathering Yesterday's: "What candy has
make a simple parachute that ef people. for the first part of its name
will help to fill the air with 2?DPSQP ?an Instrument something we buy In packages
bright color. Tie a string to used in painting. (five sticks to the package) and
each coraar of the paper and 4?LMTRJ-?one of the cardi- for the last word that means to
bring them together by tying nal points. fall?"?Gum-drops.
them to the. spool. Drop the 5?UCKQl^?a glossy fabrte.
parachute from a bigh place, ??CDFMP?to detest ex- ScOUt Activities,
too- tr*mely.^_^_ The following scouts, all of
Tfce Dart. ' AN?VJ?stuff formed by whom are members of Troop 6?,
Using another piece of paper we? "IJL"!?!"? . . are planning a two-week trip to
quite as gaudy as the others, and r"I,?uw ? . J1 1 their c*mP at Colonial Beach:
about nine Inches long and fl*e 9 CLH" to take pleasure Alvln Perkins. Howard Reeves,
inches wide, make twelve or . ... .. , . William Kelly. Rhinetfart MidflTteen
cuts half way down the ITSCJ?-a kind of light food dlesteader. Walter Potter. Judson
length. Twist the other end to rn*,e wat"' ? R"ves and Erv,n K'lly"
a point. Thjs makes a dart that. '1i-TCJRBJ-somethlng which
when-thrown into the air, will "mains. ' Algy's Finish.
go through the most wonderful 12?URWNG?manner. x,Ky met a bear.
and unexpected series of #ip- Answer to yesterday's: Doug- The bear met Algy.
flops, tail spins, nose dives and ]ag }.-airhanks. The bear grew bulgy.
all the other airplane stunts that The bulge was Algy.
could reasonably be expected of What Shall I Wrtte Ahoatf
a piece of paper. 'The Most Curious Thing I Have Tils Is TOUT newspaper. We
Most ?ny,.b^. 0' ^r' '? EverSeen." Perhaps you can re- will be glad to hear from r-n.
enough to cook up more such ca? ?ome clrcuB freak. What was t.irtres. rnr letters, rostrtbastunts.
Generally, you get m re lt ?ke? Qr TOaybe you h?v, ob. ot ,OBr c|ub, ?Cout
real fun with something you n- ,erved something about nature argaaUatlea. er aelghborhoed,
vent yourself than you do with that ,eem8 to be very different to the editor of the bays and
something someone else tells you from anything you have aver girls section, rare of this newshow
to make. heard of. Speak up. paper.
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Comic Section of The S
Br MARY PICKFORD
(Continued from YMterdaj.)
From what I have aaid, I think
you will get a. fairly accurate impression
of our home life. It Is
very simple, and we try to keep it
truly American and above all, free
from pretence or affectation.
During the making of our photofeatures
our stories are our only
companion* for we live ifrlth them
always, night and day, trying to
Improve them, to perfect them, to
polish them?doing everything possible
to give them the highest entertainment
qualities possible to devise.
And io doing it all. we try to remain
just plain home folks.
May Return to Theater.
I am determined that I shall never
face a camera after I get the flrat
Intimation that my work is no
longer pleasing all my public. The
one good thing about it is that there
is a definite way to determine this.
When the bo* office returns from
any picture of mine falls below the
average earned by my last twenty
pictures?I shall disband my organization
and go into a retirement
that will never be marked by a
It is possible?and this is a little
A Sale of
That We Have Just !
Four thousand yards
such desirable summer m<
weather and vacation froc
will be necessary for you
A variety of New Derifi
A very big showim
navy, with figures or
Brown with white
designs; white grounds
, and large fancy desigi
Also grays, tans.
? colored and white figi
The value is most excq
desirable in every way.
which we have sold the id
Cottos Drew Good? Section, S*
Of the 1
Exquisitely made by deft
of fine voile or batiste.
Unusually charming is o:
pleated frill to wear with the
embroidery in a contrasting c
Among others are tuxed
spear-points, han-J-drawn in
with real filet lace; frilled bloi
vestee effects and V-neck styli
Dlouse Section, Third door.
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confidence I have never voiced for
publication before?that after I
make my last picture I may go back
into the theater and essay one role
in the spoken drama.
Of course I have a natural disinclination
to follow in the footsteps
of some of my sisters of fllmdom?
who recently brazenly traded on
their screen popularity to attract
audiences in the spoken drama. And
if I ever do play a speaking role
again. I should prefer to go under
an assumed name?if such a thing
were possible?and by so d^ins
prove that I wished my success 01
failure to be independent of my
reputation as a film actress.
Hope* to Have Family.
After all. in my case. I was an
actress for ten years in the spoken
drama before I ever entered the
motion picture world?and *1 have a
right to want to go back to the
footlights once again.
But over and above everything
else the real happiness I like to
think about is the home and family
j I hope the future will bring me. I
have always had a home and a
family, of course?much more so, it
seems to me. than even girls who
are not in the professional world.
Ever since I can remember there
have been my mother and L#ottie
jand Jack for me to think about and
j work for and be considerate of.
! And it has really been the happiest
part of my life?just having them.
(To be continued.)
Store Closes '
Secured at One-Third Off
in this special purchase, but
iterials for dainty, iheer, hot:ks
will sell so quickly that it
to purchase immediately.
% and Maay Attractive Color
a the Assortment
X of Blues?both copen and
dots in white, tan, red and
designs; black witfc white
i with black figures, checks,
pinks and tavendars, with
ptional, and the materials highly
One-third under the price at
entical qualities this season.
75 and $8.75
: needlewomen are these blouses
ne model in batiste, made with a
sleeveless frock, pipings and silk
?lor are distinctive.
o models, embroidered in dainty
various designs, and some edged
jses with Peter Pan collars, square
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AI RE IJ BEFORE COl RT.
Annie Wilson and her daughter
room at the home of Wilbur Bris- j
coe. at 224 V street norpiwest.
An argument broke loose one Sunday
night. When the mother got '
home from church, she said, she j
found Briscoe and her daughter exchanging
Briscoe had made remark?, the
daughter said, which reflected on
her charsc ter, and later included the
mother in the argument.
Both women protested the ungentiemanly
talk. Briscoe then
struck the mother over the head, i
she said, and threatened to give \
the daughter a dose of the same
The mother ran out and got Po- j
Ifceman Antonelli to come and arrest
The policeman said the womsn
had a lump on her head as big j
as a lemon. She must have gotten (
a good-rise hump.
Briaro* denied the charge of as-1
sault. He aald that the woman |
jumped at him and he had to protect
himself. They also called him
mean names, he said.
Judge MrMahon put an end to the
argument by fining him |1?.
Today 4 P.M. . >
Every Girl Wa
for the 4th of
Are the best values we hav<
been able to offer at anywheri
near this exceptional price
They are full regulation style
made of a very splendid qual
ity white jean, finely tailored
in all white, or white with navy
cadet or pink collar and cuffs
trimmed in white tape, an*
some with emblems. c:?(
to 20 years.
Then you'll want a camping su
Khaki Middy and Bloomers to r
RUDDIES, in sifts 8 to 20 yean
BLOOMERS, sizes 6 to 14 yei
BLOOMERS, fall regulation
14 to 20. fl.95.
Cirto- Section, rourth Boor.
New Shipment Am
JUST IN TIME FOR THE 4
At beaches everywhere wome
Two-in-one Bathing Suit*. They a
tive, but allow the necessary freed"
Shown in numerous color com
ing bands on the tights. Sizes
Annette Kellermaan Cotton Tig
Wool Tight*. $2.95 to 15.
Bathtat Salt Serttoa. Third In
IA1TRDAY, JULY 1 1K1.
Astrologers read this as rather
doubtful dsy. While Venus domliates
In benefie aspect. Mars. the
Bun and Mercury ars al strongly
Affairs of women should be wall
directed during this planetary government
which makes for succaai I
in the most smbltious projects.
It should be a day favorable for
romance and courtships, increasing
susceptibility and causing lovers
to be anxious to please. Mars is in
a place, however, that makes entrance
to a quarrel easy.
The stars presace for the President
and governors of states many
problems that may cause them to
be criticised by the press.
Labor troubles ars likely to *e
numerous and there will be serious
clashes with arma. if the signs are
The seers declare that since the
war many sensitive minds have been
affected by the great cataclysm and
that there is more inclination toward
manias and mild dementia
than ever before.
Dlsiurbance of the subconscious mind
is manifested in Increase of
suicides and in many forms of aberration
that are not sufficiently
recognized by the public.
Return to simpler modes of life
will be preached by a new prophet,
it is prognosticated, and there will
be a movement back to the land.
This should be a lucky wedding
day, bringing constant love and unvarying
sympathy. Financially, ths
stars may not be kind.
Serious shipping troubles can not
be avoided, astrologers declare, and
there will be accidents on the high
seas as well as strikes at the docks.
Persons whose birthdate it I*
have the augury of a happy year
in domestic affairs. They should
watch their business Interests. The
young will court and marry.
HYATTSVILLE. Md . July I. ? In
the cnniul assessment of new and
improved property here. $30,800 has
been added to the town's taxable
basis The tax rate for lt21-22 has
just been fixed by the mayor and
town council at 0 cents on eacn
;i00. the same rate as last year
At the last regular session of ths
council Dr. Robert B. Johnstone,
town health officer, stated the town
hsd no garbare disposal system and
referred to cases where ths b<?gs
were being kept in a way that
amounted to a public ntxlaanea
asked for c*-dl nances with **teeth"
and was assured of ripport by the
nts a Middy
ITH OF JULY OUTING
n are wearing these all-wool
re not only smart and distinc3m
(or real swimming.
bination*. some with contraat36
hu. $1 aad ?1.75.