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twa Englishmen, Lechmere Worrall
anji J. B. Harold Terry, and is pre
sented by Wm. A. Brady. There &as
exjt;ed mucti doubt in theatrical cir
cles aa to whether the American
theater-going public would- welcome
war plays, or whether it wpuld shun
them, ft hkes this one and more
war dramas may confidently be ex
pected. "The White JPeatber' is a series of
thrills, evolved through1 the (presence
in an Bnglh seaside- boarding house
of four Jermafl. spies and two mem
bers of ike British secret seryjce. Two
of the spies are women; two are men.
One of the greatest secret service
people i a man, the othera. woman.
"ENGAGED TO A' 'PERFECT
The secret service man Is the hero
of the play. He is a Briton: of great.
valor and astuteness, who conceals
these valuable attributes beneath als
mask of foppishness. In the same
house is his sweetheart, a younggir
who cannot understand why her,
Christopher does not enlist. a
The monocled hero wrecks the
wireless outfit, shoots the pigeon that ,
carries the plan of the harbor de-
fenses, foils the plots of arson and
murder, and brings British cruisers
to the scene, to the destruction of the
submarines. "Which is all that mighty
reasonably be expected of any hefo, '
surely. There is not a dull moment
in the play.
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MA1V I l-.lL.lAi
BELL'S CHATS WITH ENGAGED GIRLS
The very first thing girls must
count on, after marriage,-is anxiety.
You'll get it, in one form or an
other, for no one, except the utterly
callous, ever escapes. '
Either you will be anxious about
money, or your husband'a health, or
his bad habits, or when the children
begin to come, you will know the
deadly , anxiety with which every
woman pays for the privilege of be
coming a mother the anxiety over
ner cnuaren's health. A sick baby
sometimes runs the price a girkpays
for marriage into the millions.
I do not mean for a girl to pick
flaws in her Jover or tq be on the
lookout for somebody who might suit
her better. I would never advise any
girl to looik for trouble.
But if he has irritating personal
habits, why did you not discover them
before you put him to the expense
of getting a ring?
If you don't mind cigars, but you
siriV&Iy can't stand a pipe, think of it
now. He will not give it up, even for
yorf, although he may pretend to.
He smokes it now whenever you are
noV around, and, no matter what he just one more mistake canceled
says, he expects to smoke it when -you
are married, regardless of the"1
portieres and lace curtains.
You may be verypretty and at
tractive, but you do not compare to
the beauty and fragrance of a man's "
favorite pipe. c
Every broken engagement means