sharpness with red, alienate a prob
able employer, though the latter may
not know why she made a distasteful
impression upon him.
Likewise an ALKALI man may fair
of his goal by permitting his somber
attire to create an impression of
sloth, melancholy, pessism or ill
.health. There is nothing buoyant in
a sallow complexion emphasized by
a green tie.
Composite types naturally need
not be so careful In seleoting colors
to please themselves and impress
Excitable, nervous people should
not live in rooms tinted red. Red
walls have been responsible for jnore
than one suicide; blue have often in
creased melancholia. r
Surround yourself with agreeable,
harmonious colors as well as people.
Colors reach the brain in vibra
tions. Some persons will be stimu
lated by tints and tones which ham
mer stunningly upon others with a
different nervous organiaztion.
By Biddy Bye
Hallowe'en fun begins with the in
vitations. They should be difficult to
read as well as freakish in appear
ance. If a plain correspondence card is
used, it can be cut into pieces, form
ing a puzzle which must be put to
gether before the card can be read.
The shops have many odd invita
tions in jingle, but the hostess who
likes to be original can get just as
quajnt effects by decorating vege
table shaped cards with gummed sil
houettes of witches and other Hal
lowe'en symbols. The mystery is in
creased if the cards are written back
wards, or if invisible ink is used.
Black cards written in yellow, gold
or white ink can be made really ar
tistic. A novel "bid" is rolled into a ball,
packed in an ear of corn or a small
pumpkin and mailed in a box.
Real vegetables, properly packed,
can carry the invitation by parcel
The invitation should be typical of
the kind of party which is being
planned, as skeleton decorations for
a ghost dance', jack o'lanterns for a
pumpkin-head party, candles for a
candle light cafeteria.
A sample bid reads:
To Meet the Queen of Ghostland.
Spells Woven at 9 P. M.
At the Haunted House (Address)
Ghost Walk at Midnight
All Hallow's Eve, Tuesday, Oct 31
A new idea is to write half of a
"fortune" at the top of a card and
announce, "You can learn the Rest
of Your Fortune at the Witches'
Cavern, (address). Pull the Latch
String of the Cellar Door at 9 P. M.
SOCIETY WOMAN SUES COP
FOR $50,000 DAMAGES
Mrs. Bishop, Rocky River, Ohio,
society woman, has sued County
Marshal Martin for $50,000 damages,
alleged to have been inflicted when
Martin caused her arrest for alleged
violation of traffic laws. When Mar
tin ordered Mrs. Bishop to move her
automobile, it is alleged, she slapped
his face. She was fined $25.
Laziness is sometimes mistaken
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