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Nat Goodwin: "Miss. Woman, you
are going down on my list of eligibles
Forbes-Robertson: "Was not my
offering large enough? I would be
pleased to increase it!'
President H. P. Earling of the
Milwaukee railroad: "That was not
the way John D. got his start."
Ex-Vice President Fairbanks: "Im
portant if true."
Medill McCormick and wife (with
one voice): "How extraordinary.! It
couldn't happen in Chicago."
Clarence Darrow: "The millenium
Governor Lister of Washington:
"Now I fry die happy. I have met
my hat without its costing me one
tenth of its price." The proffered gu
bernatorial tip was 50 cents.
Blanche Ring, vaudeville actress:
"Girlie, you'll be more famous than
one of De Wolf Hopper's wives."
SCHUMANN-HEINK'S ADVICE TO JUNE
BRIDES "SOUL MATING NOT ESSENTIAL"
BY MADAME SCHUMANN-HEINK
The Famous Diva '
Some girl asks me:
"At what age should a girl many?"
It is rather hard for any one to tell
a girl when to marry. Some people
say that no girl should marry before
she is 23 and others claims that mar
riages are more apt to be happy if
the bride is even older.
I do not' believe age cuts any figure
in the matter. It is the age of com
mon sense1 and maturity of character
that should determine the time of
marriageable fitness and not the mere
passing of the months and years.
I have seen girls whp would make
splendid wives, both physically and
mentally, at 16, and I have seen wom
en 30 who were utterly unfitted for
the important business of wives and
There is one great fallacy that
Bhould be corrected by every mother,
if that mother has her daughter's fu
ture as a married woman at heart
It is a fallacy that a great infatu
ation before marriage brings happi
ness in marriage.
On the contrary, a happy marriage
is not dependent on this before-mar-riage
- overwhelming - desire, which
more often produces tragedy or dis
appointment in after life.
Soul-mating is not as essential to a
successful marriage as the ability to
be real companions and jolly com
rades. Mothers should not put so much
stress on this 'f ailing in love" if they
Wish tbeir'daughters to be happy and
they should give them some rules for
not "falling out"
Having started in this school and
given the grace of understanding, a
girl isready to marry, be she 16 or 36.
(Another Schumann-Heink Article
BETTY BROWN TELLS OF ELFISH PETER PAN
WHO SETS STYLES FOR "BATHING GIRL"
Peter Pan has dropped down from
the tree tops to disport himself or
rather herself on the billowy waves.
And of all the "bathing girls" who
adorn the beaches none are more
Quaintly fascinating than the Peter
Pan girl in Peter Pan's own colors,,! in which
green and yellow, and Peter's perky .-feather.
sap and saucy feather. .4 The suit-is Irish, green silk jersey
A simple affair in spite of its orig
inality is the Peter Pan suit, which
combines a charming costume for
the beach promenade and a practical
swimming suit The headdress is a
kerchief cap of green silk, with an
adjustable visor of canary color silk
is stuck a gay yellow
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