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Lflss Fairlow, with a blush; "but I will
agree with you that eating, drinking,
and promiscuous flirtation are not the
highest forms of pleasure." ,
By this time Dick had recovered his
balance, and he spoke up:
"Margie is one of those uncompro
mising sort of people to whom right
is right and wrong is wrong; there
are no half way measures with her."
"Dick, you are making me out a
prude," I remonstrated; "but, for all
that, I cannot understand why, if a
man lov.es one woman devotedly, he
can make love to another woman at
the same time, even in a flirtatious
"You will never understand, Mar
gie, that no woman can be everything
to a man," said Dick.
"I should hate to think that," in
terrupted Elearnor Fairlow, quietly.
"That is the cause of most of the
heartaches that come to women in
this world," I put in. ' "Every woman
waits for her lover her man. She
dreams that she will be all in all to
him; and she COULD be all to him if
he would let her; but he has been
fed so long on this theory of 'even
the most wonderful woman on earth
cannot be everything on earth to one
man' that he does not try to see if she
"A man may seek in me my out
spoken frankness; in you, Miss Fair
low, your constant smile; in another,
something else; when, if .he only
knew it, he probably could get per
fect frankness from you and smiles
from me if he asked for them."
But, all the same, I know that
down in Dick's heart, while he may
be loving me devotedly, he still thinks
that Eleanor Fairlow possesses some
thing that I have not.
I think it is her ready adaptability
to all his moods and inclinations; and
yet, looking at her firm chin "and the
way she closes her eyes occasionally,
I do not think she would be any
easier to live with than I.
Does the time ever come when a
man feels that the sweetness and full
flavor of oneJ woman's loye will sat
isfy himiwJthQut.lris. sampling, a half
dozen others at the sametime?
The" thing I object to" i'sf'the thing
I find in every man. The.only thing
he is constant to is inconstancy.
While.DIck was 'answeringjiiy-'arguments
he was looking outthe-tail of
his eye,-Co see how, it impressed'Elea
nor Fairlow. ' ""
(To. Be Continued Tomorrow.)
THE KEYSTONE COMPANY- WILL'
FEATURE MARIE PRESSLER
r. Tntffyr ,....
MarievDressler- has been captured
by the "movie" spirit. She soon will
be seen'in a series of special Keystone
comedies three and four reels in
Mack Sennett has been, at work on
the productions for some time, and
the first-of these amusing movies will
appear about July 1..
"Mamma, don't you think Shakes
peare quite out" o"f date I"" ' f
"I certainly do. ' " -
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