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PO ma Se,
wn steuw's ne
7" ser t ee' A rather seal
te ed &be O W uth 90' h"
*t, p Auatsta Ehdka"',
hiI iSams imee se usisuehed
4et eruns g, 'Ih erter men
uWating along the saps heu?"
Wt would help, et soss," admte
fte sterrw it wa meintes
eyes aerf the reOes ad .nehn
es tha, prAmpted Mu 4 i ad
a". And he grrs inkM,s a
e of aepprval du met -e s e ham.
"Tee, I rather .ma a ses nomb
er two wou help!" mesured is
Ibhstes. A fain trees of oiler had
1 in lto her fimely wrinkted .hek
and starrew knew, as he watched
I hs ove-dgfied rettest, tha he
- Jsweve, bycharlotte's
had-elaap and her whispered words
ad "Don't mind" as she smile4 her
einteosiy light goodbye to hint,
m soain her faee tot eM Its color
itg of delicate dbpiMk .ad sti
a- og -ieeae -g silent
snessage to spirit.
'no realised more poignantly than
ever. wbe he wa* Ioe. that a
se't had in J wa been es'
bmauhbed between them. Their
\ Une ipIn that sllent under
86ameng ----001 to link them Into
)sething closer than casual so
quain -e -. But the thought of
It touched hisA no mere profoundly
than sun-gew at a city street-end
touches a huagry and harried stock
SToRuOW had thought the thing
out. He nursed no Illusion@ as
to the iunediate cours before
him. He foresaw the Inevitable. He
knew that he and the Kirkner house
Were destined to part conmpan, that
be must mnovs back to a less' re
sNeted environment, that he must
hate breathing space about him
at" no natter what. the coot. Yet
he had deim01ed that Impending de
elsima. for the simple reason that
chrlotte Kirkner had openly asked
him to do so.
She talked to him on the Ey
r BY ADg Mkhadn.
The Little Word IF.
I were In Afghanistan. I know
I'd be a hummer; the folks
would say. "See that young
0a; you bet he Is a comer!" I'd
work el.en hours each day. not
ever oos omplalninc: rd males a
lendid rop of hay before It start
ed raining. I'd show the lamy .ft
Iw. there the way to use their
nuscle; rd wake the native In his
lair and make him want to hustle.
If I were on the Zuwder See or in
the Alpine region. if I could sal the
Tellow Bea, my exploIts would be
legion. If I bad had a wealthy
ant to leave me loads -of money,
If I'd not bad to too and pant, my
temsper would be sunny. I had
enly bad a start in lawA finan
cluring, I would not drive an ash
mans cart and set the urchins
Jeering. If I had been a ollege
-aa free Yale or Harvard ailng.e
I'd net have been an alsoran, none
would have seem me falling. If I
had been a Ph. D., with culture a.
my slogan, the folks would all have
turned to me, imploring: "Tell us,
Megan!' But as it Is, my days are
spost ,in ws unpleasant fahion,
aswonder brt Illeontent to draw
this humable ration. The folks I
mneet are all so plain, so simple
and uncamely my life Is bound to be
a etrain when living Is so homely.
i'm ints ma stupMd hole where
net a tlqIs delag, and so my
temeammaseuR ges fussing,
frettiung ewe. But it rd
ever had a aeng amy Wall
brotheer I could have mnade
~ould IopkI slow, swell as Iota
et oser. esems a shame a
blaing chap iheuMd never have a
ishinig? If I wefe on the Isle of.Tap
i knew P'd'eake a wianlagi
IN TB, 9A4
ses easeq. REdE
an ise Iof idaie. haav
ekin eso, helh.At led
Itflt eule If they haen'mt it,
e...A, two sluma, 40s. ad $1.25.
manigsee om in Sa
whw were* mla~ iems
havi- t MW lob"M8 06 r
*amsnmiti es aeg the Im I
"Ten M sther ' W et's
to agrees" sol the aue sr
with eMeV n. -
Tm ser " steowsed Nir
"Ir serier tham you are, Owen,
he found the freatoss to oa
tes. Thean * went en, as though
to scren that msmmtar , sUrrMner
to andor.~ "What mother woul
lik, ct orWs, is to fAd you Matn
4, he 4-e0G s.--0 the W"d
Of success you MIN reogae and
label. She has no lote for the lose
Welt kind at fe. Yet that's the kind
I feel sure you will always wMat to
Wapt makes you thiak that?"
-roI always lke to pick ywor
own path, I know. Toull alwayS
pter bei one at the t,
Just as I should, if . the our
age. But mother would rather =0
Brooklyn Socety Ct Artists, with
you swi#ging in with pur now
exhibition at the Pouch Gdlery
that will get an honorable menth."
"And do you feel that way?"
"You have your own Wles to live."
she slowly acknowledged.
"And haven't you" he contended,
with a wayward gnse of irritation
at the sheer fragiities of the Dre
ler pale face deepened to a mnag
nolia pink under his slightly con
"I've never been free the way
you have,".sbe finally said, without
looking at him. He wondered what
she would think if she knew just
how free hoeil been.
"Do you want to be?"
' "We all want to be," she conced
Then she added, after a minute
of quiet thought: "And I've a feel
jag that you are going to help me
along that line."
- "How can Ir' he asked.
"For one thihg, 'when mother
asks you up to Swaisea next week,
would you mind coming. If It's only
for a day or two?"
He was arrested by the note of
Her ore a few tested roe
for 's eIan preVesses, pualsA
ad .v permemi Good Houee
SIX dowen small cucumbers, four
Inches-long; % cupful salt,
pound small white onions, 3
tablespoons celery salt. % tablespoon
white mustard seed, 1 % cups salad
oil, 1 quart vinegar.
Slim, but do not peel, the ducum
bers; sprinkle them with salt and let
them stand overnight. After drain
ing, add the onion, sliced thin. &e
celery salt and mustard seed. Make
a dressing by beating thoroughly to
getper the oil and vinegar, adding
the latter gradually. Pour this over
the cucumbers and onions. Mix
well and can.
RED PEPPER JAM.
Twelve large red meet peppers,
1 tablespoonful salt, 1 pint vine
gar, 2 cups sugar.*
Remove the seeds from the pep
pers and put through a chopper,
using the medium knife. Sprinkle
with salt and let stand three or
four hours. Drain, put in a kettle,
and add the vinegar and euger.
Boll gently until the consistency of
3am-about one hour. Pour Into
sterilised gstassee and when cold
cover with paraffin. This makes
ADVICE TO) THE
B.-y Beatrice Fair-fax
A Complacent Man.
D 1A185' FAIRFAX:
A girl friend of minue has be
Mrended a iman frlend when he was
ill. She hah also helped him by do
ing various small flavors for him.
And thotagh this maan and girl are
Aery intimate, he has never asked
her to spend an evening with him.
Should a girl think of a van like
Will you pleaee advise any method
Which can be used to open this
man's eyee? 3. 5.
mnan tray not be in a fiana
cial position to sheer a girl mush
attention. He maey be a selfish,
thoughtless snan who take all and
grives nothing. (an't the girl tell
whkeh in the case? She doesn't want
to hnmiiate a mawV who has no
money to ipend taking her about !',
priving hinm to feel that she meas
mren friendship by the attractions
it offers her. Nor doe. she want a
seltish menn to grow more erusty
and elf-centrerd all then time. The
ithini t do is to find out why he acts
""'nowur a s Obsage ft"e
d*s a NONAn 6=4de e M
S emres ru em," O $
her, a es gam tem, e. as eas
& V~ 00ag theW
"Thak Ms.e Owua." she ON wM
a hutift whiah poeo Ma a S.
d&. AMd e* the a"et eSt
b l bw th b og aft *BeD
osma..to l ss wh e aMu the
dealwsms et 9rmalit ad mhe
Owem smw Gd as he at
. ut he ad 4withO t
eanwanom. He -sePed Augusta
Eikner's avatagte to- e" a
few days at th*' beud est.e,
Wefaught a nens tra, sj to e
se b a a fty at sent tm a"stsi
and stuse, r-,emm==m himeself thaft
It W eN Merely a e~t Presga
tie of em armigee, a desbring et
or he know aw. more 40Usty
thee before, that it would be out
et the quenion for him to' emaia
In the Elrkner ho'se that bee"
dom was too precis to be sasi
nod for mere -eron Om Ue-'
dons. Hi must felw his " n
wolf tras, no Matter where
His arrivl' at n the
gound, however, was not quite the
dul and diffident o asion he had
Ontcipated. He reached the wate
front, in fact. to bear a very red
faced old gentleman with bnom
lwes shout to another old gente.
man in white acks that a eot-beat
bad gons over.
temy yen- qagght 'eqght 4 a
Butter of women and chdir.n
along the boa. ending in frnt of
the 'sluded little elubhouse.
Without exception they were st"r
Ing into the Pen g0ed. OnA
thin-legged girl of about twelve,
he noticed, was weeping audibly
"30at" bsebody- get boatf*
ene of the gentlemen in white ducks
was orytng. This struck Utorrow as
being rather foolish, for the elinpie
reason that there seemed to be no
boats in the neighborhood. Jol
lowing the quavering arn of the
By Rita Stuyvmgat.
&ld have brought
fort goo-lieingtop 600,t0
to cover oee's frock of r
now a uttle too cool for street wear.
Not in many smaasons have the'e
ben such attractive modt= and
the top cost is running close rival
to the winter suit.
Gray and green homespun fafib
ioes a swagger coat excellent for
amorning wear, or ecepsises=
The slewe are In one with narrow
shoulder yokes, and the coat Is cqt
on circuler lines. Curved silk pock
ete are used, and a high choker col
lar is buttoned lose about the
Another good coat for daytime
wear is developel In brown wool
velours, made with a deep dawl
collar and a slim string girdle that
ties on the side. For general al
around wear this coat Is excellent.
It reaches to the ankles and entirely
covers the frock underneath.
When one wants to be all dressed
up she should choose a rich coat
of black duvetyn trimmed with
squmirrel fur and gray ema
.The coat must ho long
and fasten wall to cne side, and be
deeply collared In squirrel. Wide
kismono sleeves are entbroldsred at
/the underarm In square motin..
'The bottomn of the coat shows see
tinsof the fur, above wh4 Is a
squar of he ea . is a
mnaagifoent coat for Sfra wear
ha sreally better lkdthee ee
etf'sly of fur.
Gray wool velouwe end deli silver
embroidery combine wenderfully
well in other eat fer aftern.on
wear. model Is siewlat'dir
oular 'and is cut with ralnsleeves.
Thee ae inclined to fas a.triOs
and ate cuffed in equirbel. A Nigh
ollar of the fur and a slim eash
of the mnaterial comnplete this cintl
but one must mention the silver ems
beroidery that Iil nd up the oast
in various rows.
A coat that assumes the lines of
a wrap is very smart. Ths du
tyn Is used for a clever coat wIt
winglike 'sides cut in 'one with the
to be used aleo as sleeves, A
h , straght eear of- beaver aidde
both warmnth and charm.
Bttlesbip tv'ay velour, sellated
in Astrakhan, creates a desiatie
oat with loose cape effect at the
T~e delleate shades of colored
Baeds cat be kept from b
as plety ofpowdered *
~er Sn whichthya.
A tablespoonful of vinegar ade
to ge astrinsing water In which
eit, r'pe de bine and ribbene
an edfreshens the osiersad
6th on eaps e g h
*9 beta.00Mss k A heal
gssimeft tinpAsl aM
.4S 20 -.i M
MArfw ace~ -0AMi* 411MMnp
Mieer f somw Qm bbne
afth f b*eW Umv~
"nd he hatel s 0 aso
re." do Nsose ths MW
hi whalu a bow "me hn
his pl~as with sam ferebodi
ebtl to Asia in the irs
T eM gamsmes, he -ee K .
b" so tune seg M 0w 0 ary
-ts to dirs a heb~ ag . hesa
ta the roie Mmesee eteotes et
the 0pen UUWEFa.
The ewbasmar, wheore It wa',
had Lwer ns rees lft the ee
turned beat a" wa" tryig to r"A
shore. But. that @WINer, Ster
rows ges e e eN-, had a
geat getanse to travel. And so
body seemed to be iWng eag.
ftarrow had -od" nsnh the
c-, and wa" startig about that
Moay little ay for ayMg that
would oarw"' pa's M& eae, who
be eaught dight et Auglha Emmtr
advancing dlo,y from he aini st
the clubhousn toWrWd the eat baae.
he -toW beftre 606 with her
hand - tight agalmt her
breast. Her ft" loeoe pitiful.
suadenly strichen with age, Topd
- al ew and fiabg~4ined assinet
its over.--a e-ar os4nrmed hat,
which showed up ONre p than
he had expected in the betrarng
Ther was minged appeal and
protest In her gsure, a gtue
which he amid net understan. e
had thought h- bippoMe. In bet,
at any msh dim*dpaaing surmio
"Its Charlotte' .e orled out im
a atified voice, with a startlinly
dramatic hand-naeoeimt toward the
riffled blue tideway.
"oharlatte?" repeated &terow
USE OF TI
By Garrett P. Servss,
Eme=at Asleuemer and Aethirdy
mn submset oleclss&n
a. &e a ft loe fo
ask yes the foelagf quostlem
I-What remang r taa t moanl
ool t e i nlde b ir.
1 eMter, 6 if t -Me .uny o
we ar be oensisu tr aartmae ama
a1agnitCm. Shoe ltsest st be pen
'a to tea oe ee
Each ncreas reoeomed tht a
btect ls me ea i aiou
Sto. Ia t h qualty, will
show stars f the nith
ism aftnd The tainteSt sar pal
a ptible to tnh Raked SYt ande
abot the eamth sagqttids.
Each increase ot ot unit of aw -
aitude haplos an Imerem at about
two and a ha tesa f In Mgatnaein
Thut a star at the fit miptmae
Is two and hal tmem as -14m
antar, y thsn rulie, atd
tenoine hinter thsa. bths a h
brgTose tara atat the tens
onth mnagnitude, .e., a hundred
tienes fainter thi, the faintest that
the naked eye cam stinse, the ob
ject gstam would semi to ye ahout
two ani a hialf inches tnileiamete.
With a tour-ladh glem stare melM
be mean 40w. to the twi~th aangng
tude. A flvetnoh carrie the vbi
bl~ity down heM a msagnItude lowr
ad et sth-and-a-ird-tach Sbould
show stare of the thirteenth msagni
hr erdnary amateur us a tele
eseI shouMd not be lees tha twe
giUbl ee lashes in ape
ture. A four-tnah Is a very coevoa
lost mlse, apd' & file4nph to1 dim
:orawto mm, eaesnty
to sity inehea. A iu.s-Mbe
a Uttle chaume, unless te en a
fIxed pier a. u~dw~th em
plete equaotlm ab.prete.
ably . .ba ~h'~b sve
pe e kh wth some :e
cha igal ~ and etry
cOuld, In nr*eases, b,'e pu~
Focr tdesoope only tire ot' thhee
ince In aperture the ' aitsamuth"
type et mounting, with tripod mup
Seffies elbat with
Ia to ra is notJil
dww., a tspL
In isv. winh him. Katur he
Sft hbursmiv be 4nsie
rst Ia bla, sad be dsesme
wa to whb he wl be,
Qg aQ. u e ebr
hasse the at na Qe ai etM
V fitUe me,hud e th
montem beasqo h t ogeowete
mseat wtheut -a--emp==- to aswer
It or explain it him own mind,
far be was bmw throwing 804p as
mbe elething as be csud.
TheMN having aeured hMaIf that
the white ebing bead was still eat
tiere in the wnrd tdMway, he
west ever the edge f te leading
platferm Ins cris o ad au
dive wish brought a forIn litte
sheer frem the poteb..st grsy
Stesswer knew he die at -1rt
that chaer, mach as it mas st him
SO he sergei out with a l" sad
steady stroke. es s coueha Of
a dual seems of buoyancy., a boo
a~V ot the body wheh aen om
the 6at that he Iemd himself swim
maing in st water after s miy,
meathe of floundering aopt .n
feI water, and a basaroy 4f :he
min arinag from the hot that be
was doing ----th-n to redeem hia
mel in the " ot Augusta Kirkner.
He bad smal doubt at the outcome
of that adventure. HI woodland
life ad loft Mim as much at hes in
t 4eaw, as be reahetd the
open water, that It wggoing to be
a teat o eneurance, after' all, a mo
notomom and seimpreosove plg
ging away igmefta thee windriffes
until he get saeely back with her.
pd .pprt eveso large .in
owon t as a five-Inch. Right as
sollag nation eres are
semethse fUrnidsed with telescopes
mnammM em tripod supports, but It
must be md that they are Of Ue
use with that kind of mounting.
Tbey. a wel as a driving-clock, in
eoet to give thedr best service, re
quire a steadier foundation, such as
a stese, brick or metal pier.
Now, as to what can be seen with
tulesoopes at the sie hero mentionme.
No*k depends upon the 6kil, visual
oeulty and eaperlence of the obsev9
er. Aven a two O two-and-one-half
inch gloss ts large enough to afford
eatraning vie of the moon. al
theOqh it cannot reveal minute de
tinm A good glass ot that else
@hoo ber a magnifying power at
about 130 diameters as a maximum.
and-with suech a power all the most
Important physical features of the
mom can be quite well seen, In
cluding every typo of "fornatlion"
mountain ranges, enclosed plains,
wiled circles, crateriform, mnoun
tains, and s en.
The ssme jaswill easily show
the rings at aturn, the colored
bele e Jpitr, hephases of Venus,
the polar e and the more con
lpmcous damarkings on liae
(whem he is In opposition). It will
also show emany' double stars, In
chuding such besatiful objects s
AIMre. In Cygnus and Nicar in Urea
Majer. It cannot, however, deal with
the closer double. or those In which
the eaanr star Is very faint.
Under the best condition., how
ever, It msna hor -the ninth magni
teds ocmspnlin of the north pole
star. By the uam of a low magnify
tag pow.., sy not over 30 or 30
dimnters, a two or three Inch gtase
will give deihtful views In the
!ihrparts a the Milky Way, s
ecr Instance in Cygnus, Aqu~A,
ttarue ad cutum flobeelhn.
b o:,tareer star clusters, like
ePedethe lNyades. Presepe,
Patetc., thay likewise be
.well sees with such a glase. It
~ sin er eo vet with grea
t imahoe onerful do
It mneat alwars be remembered
that ileag at the sun with a teo
teyes, apains hod a).
wa he tah..e te ut orf the blind.
lag sad 'barnlnb rays with suitable
cres. Per eafoty as well as comn
fort of osrvtag, a " eye
piece" should be empo .'
All danger to the eyes may like
wie be avoided by proectding the
mage of the sun on a white screen
aeeof Ieeking directly at It. In
waysevralpersona mnay to
g'phe~sere thle ame phenomenon,
veasottonomical telscope diouldA
be ~oled with several eye-pieces
of raousIfpling poers, to
suit different obets. he hest
useful power does not, as a rule, x
ae or0 r t ah lM.
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ne, ...ee., .,....d. .. .he. qite e. .. her. hut Se
quots feeble. -e b.e uwg berde, dit met seem to hae. Se wa
-itting the Mtage fet migu. in owlumain petu inny, wit) e<s
.emlanot ...b.W...eh. .. .- aw ow" a oft VIC a*
4Iere'sthe Ii i
T'S the pride of/ Holbbe
ery Washintm's fA
aa s. NEW and DIFI
the way through-nuade d
'baked different! An appe
and wholesome goodness t
tasted in bread before.
It took a long while for FA
attain the peak of perfetion
holds. MUc& experiment andoa
ved. tnow that It ba
supreMely dlicious loaf that eve
It, r eforts to develop a beo
boom crowned with success.
Try thi big, sunuy-brown
today1 It gives added eSior
ask& And ies always FRESH
- luniftmalf delicious favor. in t
Ask your grocer for FA.MI
be peri.tent thih im. INSIS
'lo as dou
eods af oren
at you never
MUS Bread to
dels ft now
5 ecoav tihe
-ef at dbnn=
ma bd to a
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