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as be does me, m a way tp accept
these same compromising atten
tions' Mollie looked puzzled and I con
tinued: "Mollie, the sooner we wo
men jlecline to meet any man of this
caliber the sooner will tnat much-talked-of
'double standard' of morals
"Don't you think, Margie, that a
man can sina little bit and still re
turn to being good again?" Mollie
"It is according to what you think
-are 'little sins.' I do not think any
mah who, for the deliberate foster
ing of his vanity, makes more or less
love to every girl he meets, while he
has a wife at home who would be
sent to Coventry for the same tactics,
is a little sinner. Since the Good
Man found as an excuse 'she loved
much,' we are apt to say that real
love makes all things right, even for
a woman, but most of us cannot dis
tinguish between a great passion and
a little desire. Mollie, dear, confess,
you were proud that a man of Bill
Tenney's age and station should
show a little girl' like you some at
tention." "I was, dear Margie, but I see now
that it was nothing to be proud of,"
said Mollie, with a lookiin her eyes
that boded no good for Bill Tenney.
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
SALT PORK AND APPLES
WipeMarge sour apples and slice,
without peeling, into quarter-inch
slices. Pry in a skillet one dozen slices
of salt pdrk until light brown in color
and" very "crisp. Put on platter and
set in oven to keep warm. Fry the
., apples in the hot fat, taking care not
to break. Pujt apples in center of plat
ter and arrange pork around edge.
Serve with cream potatoes.
"Here a fellow offers to teach you
to talk and drink at the same time."
"For pity's sake don't let my wife
find out about him."
HOME-MADE .CLOTHES CANNOT
SPOIL AMERICAN BEAUT4ES
New York, NAY, "Clothes do not
make the wom4n A shop; girl in a
simple frock who know&hojw to car
ry herself may make 'a' betterfappear
ance than thew'pmah'-in tlje Paris
gown who has;n'p, style,1" -says Mme.
Henri Joire,-whoiS touring 'America
with an exhibiwnqf Paquin gowns.
She pays tnou-Jtotthe American
woman;; whqs"ebjeauy7she says,