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entire and intact by Walter Howard,
who wrote it, produced it, and playB
the leading role. Every member of the
cast will come with him, a second
company being recruited to continue
the presentation in London.
By Nixola Greeley-Smith.
Woman's soul is too high a price
to pay for board and lodging.
Nature has always married the
wise man to the fool, has always
blessed the weddings of the Beauty
and the Beast
Any fool can get a divorce, but it
takes intelligence to stay married.
While faith has been preached and
charity practiced in all ages, the gos
pel of hope has been left to patent
Truth is more romantic than fic
tion, and commonplace women in
real life perform deeds of valor from
which the bravest heroines of fiction
Women now are in a melting pot of
their own old standards are melting
away in the fiery furnace of neces
sity. o o
A CHANCE FOR SUFFRAGETS
Quincy, Mass., July 11. Edward
Powers wants to be mayor. In his
hunt for votes he is enlisting the aid
of the unmarried women of the city
by offering to marry the one who
brings in the most votes. He is a
bachelor and rich and politicians re
port unusual interest in city politics
String fresh young beans, cut in
inch-length and boil in saltand water
until tender, drain well, and to each
quart of beans add 1 small onion
chopped ,fine. To 4 tablespoons of
peanut oil add 2 of strong vinegar.
Sprinkle a little cayenne over beans.
When ready to serve bellt the oil and
vinegar to thick cream with Dover
beater. Turn over beans and serve at
LINGERIE. FROCK FC-R THE HOT
Prom London" comes the model for
this charmingly sinlpTe"white organ
die gown. The flounces are edged
with black" satin, and the girdle is of
black and whitevoile. Any of the soft
white fabrics 'lend themselves, to this
The latest fadMivkondon is cubist
notepaper, whi(Jh,J is 'perfectly black.
The writer uses ink which is either
pure white tirv"a violent cerise.
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