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rlLOVE and MARRIED IIFEl
33JJ. the noted author Jj
H ALICE AND I CONVERSE.
H Tc keep myself, from thinking any
H ' more I called Alice to come ana talk
H D inc. She cauie In all smiles. "What
JH Js this I hear, dear?" she nsl;ul. "Is It
H roa'ly true that you are a rich onian?
H II it is I am very, very glad for you
H surely will be happier."
HH "I am uot so sure about it, Alice. I
H liaro been from childhood taught TJMt
IH 11101: ay does not make happiness."
H "What you should have been taught,"
IH said Alice, "is lhat money is not ci.sen-
IH t-.'il to happine.1-?. But I believe that
IHL money almost always maki5 people
Hh happier than they would bo in the'
IHM same circumstances without L I nev-
IT er 1 Jive taken much stock in tha iana
IH that people can do wlt.vout things and,
IH be quite as happy as oi'iers who have
Tom Expresses Unbelief.
"Tom says a good Jc-.nl of the old
teaching is nonsense, hii he doesn'c
bel'pvo virtue is its own reward, he
doesn't believe that mon ly !a the root
all evil", he doesn't believe that all
y.iu i.eed is love to make si happy nar
"Why, Alice, I didn't realize that
Tom was such a thinker."
"Yes, he is Katherine. Tom and I
have a great many tastes in common,
a great many beliefs in common ,a
Ifai till JiJtliJJ UIUIUUO ILl WUIUIIM, tl.LU X
think, perhaps, that is why we get
"I don't recall, Alice, ( that I have
evw heard you say before that ycur
married life la happy," I commented
wistfully, for I did want to f2tfl that
someone was happy.
"Perhaps, Katherine it Is my tem
perament, but I must admit that I hae
nevti been radiantly happy. Raiher I
am very contented, and, after all, that
is best. You have a temperatinoiiv that
makes you feel poignantly every emo
tion. Perhaps you can enjoy more
jC ' than I, but, alas, you can grieve more
than I possibly could. Personally I
am glad to avoid the kind of love that
would have me always on the mountain
top or down in the valley. 1 like the1
repose, the even tenor of my life much
better than the constant nervous strain
which you must be under."
"Then you think, Alice, that my tem
perament is quite as much at fault as
John in this feeling of unhappiness
and unrest that seems to be always
"No, my dear, I just feel that you
should have married a different kind ol
'a, man than John one who Is not al
ways getting on your nerves."
I "But, dear, I love John. Even to
I day, when he was terribly angry with
me because I would not turn over my
oil business to him, I couldn't help
thinking how handsome and splendid
"You're a queer littlo creature," said
Alice, "but don't, I implore you, ever
turn your business over to John. In
less than six months he would be
thinking that the entire business was
his. Don't misunderstand me. I know
tha ho would carry on your business
efficiently, perhaps better than that
nice cousin of yours, but It wouldn't
be your business anv longer tl would
be iiis. By the way, John was furious
with youior scum? me-diamond pin.
Has he spoken to you about it?"
"I know he was fuiious," I said im-
"WLy. how did you know?" was her
"Because I heard vou and John Lalk
'ing wiin you thought I wr.s sti'i un
I "Oh, woman, woman." was Alice's
laughing answer. "How did you keep
still under the lash of that discus
sion? By the way, are you going
home with him?"
'Vr, mv rfpnr. T -nn crofnp. r. Klnv
here until my nerves get perfectly
J quiet tgain. Besides, i do not win; to
(quarrel now with John over every lit
tie detail of this new fortune that has
cr.e to me." .
"Which you would have to du, if, as
yui it-sist, you put it into' another
n.v.n's hands for management."
Splendid Business Man.
"I think, myself, Alice, it is not very
nice ol me to do this, and under Jrill
mry ciicumstances I would be very,
jr'ad u. have John handle it, .'; as you
say, John is a splerrlid business rr.au.
If he had been generous with cno wi'-h
Money, if he had ever allowed me to
have cne thing to sav about money I
would have been verv glad to have
turned this whole thing over to hie:
but I'm sure, Alice, that you see that
my vory life's happiness depends upon
krr:ig this business and incoL'.o m
my cwn' hands. It seems freedn: i lor
me. I do not have to live with John
unless I wish, I am economically inde
pendent." Tomorrow Eyes That See Not.
El Dorothy Dix Talks I
I BE YOUR OWN GOOD FAIRY
I I Do you remember how, in Poter
Pan, Maud Adams would come down
to tho footlights and in that thrill
ing voice of hers ask, "Do you bc
lleve in fairies?" And tho whole
house would shout back at her:
A belief in fairies is a very beau
tiful and lovely thing, and an agree
able and innocuous pastlmo if in
dulged in for an hour orao occasion
ally in the twilight, buC it becomes
a very dangerous and mischievous
faith If ono tries to make a working
proposition of it.
And this Is what women do. Nin-oty-nlne
per cent of the women in
the world still bedieve In fairies, and
they are sitting around waiting for
their fairy godmother to come along
and pull off some more Cinderella
stuff, and change their pumpkins into
limousines, and their hand-mo-downs
into Paris confections, and transport
them from their own gas ranges to
scenery of princely splendor.
And they expect all of thi3 change
to come about through some touch
, of a magic wand, and without calling
upon them for any labor or effort.
Now tho days of magic are not
past. Many a woman who began lifo
as a kitchen drudge passes on to
T riches and splendor. There aro still
' fairies and fairy godmothers, and con-
Jure but they work in a different
way in these times, and wo call them
by different names. The other name
of.. the good fairy used to be Luck.
I Nov we call her Pluck,
j Nowadays a woman does not have
to sit around wishing for a good fairy.
All she has to do is to get up and
be her own good fairy. Let's sec
The first thing that the forlorn
maiden used to ask her fairy ;ou
mothey for was beauty, and imme
diately the ugly duckling was turned
into a beautiful swan. 'Her carroty
J hair became golden, her pug nose
straight,' her sallow complexion
f bloomed with lilies and roses, and her
1 snaggled teeth were converted into
2 pearls. Some miracle!
1 The modern woman can practically
j work this samo metamorphosis in her-
.j . eelf whenever she chooses. Sho can
givo light and lustre to hair by brush
ing IL Sho can make over her com
plexion and hor figure by diet and
i exercises, and a lovely sot of tcoth Rre
mm simply a secret between her and hor
Moreover, a woman's looks are
largely a matter of clotho3. Any young
L girl, not a monstrosity. Is a dream in
I BETTER THM CR
Thousands Have Discov:ro?
Dr, Edwards' Olive Ta'uiftU
are a Harmloss Substitute
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets the sub
Btitute.for calomel are a mild but sure
laxative, and their effect on the liver is
almost instantaneous. These little olive
colored tablets are the result of Dr.
Edwards' determination not to treat
livcrand bowel complaints with calomel.
1 The pleasant little tablets do tha
1 good that cnlonW docs, but have no
- bad after effects. They don't injure the
teeth like strong liquids or calomel.
They take L..i of the trouble and'
1 quickly correct it. "Why cure the liver
at the expense of the teeth? Calomel
Eometimes plays havoc with the gums.
So do strong liquids. It is best not to
j take calomel. Let Dr. Edwards' Olive
Tablets take its place.
Headaches, "dullness" and that lazy
Hj feeling come from constipation and a
KT disordered liver. Take Dr. Edwards
Olive Tablets when you feel "logy "and
"heavy." They "clear" clouded brain
and "pcrkur'" the spirits 10cand25c
white chiffon; and what shade, color
and line will camouflntr n tho way of
defects is beyond all human guessing.
The second gift that the distrait
maiden asked of her fairy godmother
was a husband. Probably a good
many girls think that a young woman
still needs the aid of some good,
strong magic spell to enable her to
catch a man and lead him to tho al
tar In these days when the husband
supply is so far below par.
Not so. The girl Who wants to
marry is still hor own best match
maker, but she must depend upon
herself, and get out and look up the
kind of a man sho wajits, instead of
sitting In tho corner sucking r.cr.
thumbs waiting for tho fairy prince
to happen along.
There Is no use In angling in a
stream in which there are no fish, nor
is thorc any uso in' fishing for a whale
with a fly, nor attempting to har
poon a brook trout. So the woman
who is her own matrimonial good
fairy goes out into business where
men are plentiful, and she finds tho
bait that is most alluring to the poor
fish that sho desires, and before ho
knows it she has landed him.
The third gift that a maiden asked
of her fairy godmother was money,
so that sho might adorn herself In
glad raiment and ride In a coach and
four. The woman who Is her own
good fairy doesn't waste any time in
wishing for money nowadays. She
goes out and earns it, for sho has
found out that If women put In half
the time, and tho labor, and the en
ergy in working that they do in want
ing things, they could buy t-iem for
The fourth gift that the maiden
asked of her godmother was happi
ness. Tho woman who is her own
good fairy bestows thi3 upon her
self. She fills her life full of so many
interests that there is novor a dull
moment in it. Tho days are too short
to do all the things that she has
planned to do, and there Is always
something exciting to look forward to
She has found out that there is no
happiness savo In unselfishness, and
so sho does not try to drug herself
Into a state of sensuous bliss with
riches, ease and softness. Sho finda
happiness in being of service to others
and doing a worthy work in the world.
She loves and gives herself. She
broadens her mind and her heart.
She possesses hor soul in calm and
peace, for she knows that if we find
happiness at all we must find it in
ourselves. No one can givo it to us
from tho outside. No circumstances
of life can assure it.
And that is all there is to the fairy
buslnoss. It is pluck and not luck that
wins out In life. If wo win what we
want we must bo go-getters, not stay
wanters. Nothing Is so futile as to sit
with idle hands wishing for the good x
things of tho world, and bellovlng
that somehow, someway they arc go
ing to be dropped from tho clouds into
one's lap. Nothing comes that way
but envy, jealousy and bitter disap
pointment. Yet that is the way many womon
spend their llvos wanting things they
might have if only thoy had tho en
ergy to go after thorn. Eating their
hearts out in dreary waiting for some
miraclo to com arid change their lots
when thoy have the magic wand In
their own hands that would work tho
miracle If they only had spunk
enough to wave It.
Bolievo me, sisters, tho only per
fectly Tollable, fairy godmother that
any woman ever has is herself. So
don't wait for your good fairy any
longer. Get on tho Job yourself. '
Dorothy Dix's articles will appear
In this paper every Monday, Wednes
day 'and Friday. . ... : .
SOCIAL CARD PARTY.
Mrs. Harold Packer entertained a
number of guests last Thursday ove-
ning at her homo, on Twenty-fourth
street at a card party. .Threo tables
of Five Hundred were enjoyed during
the evening. Honors were awarded
. to Mrs. H.- B. Packer and Mr. W. Par
ker. At the close of tho evening, a
luncheon was served to the following
guests: Mrs. J B. Nye, Mrs. R. B.
Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Stone,
Mr. and Mrs H. B. Packer, Clyde Par
ry, W. Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Noble and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pack
er. SURPRISE PARTY.
The teachers of the primary depart
ment of tho twelfth ward gave a sur
prise party In honor of their second
counsellor, Anna Boyle," last Tuesday,
at her homo, 240 Thirtieth street The
evening was enjoyably spent in games,
music and dancing. A tempting lunch
eon was served to the following guests
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jordan, Mr. and
Mrs. John Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. An
gus McPhie, Mr. and Mrs. William
Boylo, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Koew, Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Tillotson, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Gale, and Mrs. Harriet
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Henderson
we're the complimented guests at a
surprise party given by the employes!
of the Burton Implement company last'
Thursday evening at the Henderson'
home, 1161 Capitol avenue. Dancing ;
and other amusements passed the 6ve-j
ning, and appetizing refreshments!
were served to the following, Mr. a"nd
Mrs. C. P. Richards, Mr. and Mrs, M.
L. Robb, Mr and Mrs. R R. Brown, Mr.
and Mrs. John Smalley. C. W. Wright,
Bernlce Robb, Irene Walsh, Emma i
Chausso, Burton and Clnotnn r
Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Burton and Mrs. and
Mrs. W. F. Burton. -V
Dr. and Mrs. Barber an'd Rosemary
leave on Thursday for a stay of sev
eral weeks In the east. Dr. Barber will
devote a part of the time to post-graduate
work at the universities of Penn
sylvania in Philadelphia and of Minne
sota in Minneapolis. They will return
about the middle of June.
FLY OVER SIERRAS.
OAKLAND, Cal, April 26. C. C.
Eridgeman, wealthy lumberman, ar
rived here from Reno Sunday in an
airplane piloted by Lieut. Cumber
hatch of Durant field. The plant mnde
the trip over the Sierras In two hours
and 40 minutes against a strong head
Wind. CLUB PARTY.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Neal of 2679 Eccles
avenue entertained the officers and
members of he Brittanic association
last Friday evening to commemorate
the birthday anniversary of William
Shakespeare. Games were played dur
ing the early part of fhe evening and
after the presenting of a musical pro
gram refreshments were solved. Tho
following guests were present: Mr.
and Mrs. H. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Adams, Mr and Mrs. D. Taylor, Mr.
and Mrs. T. Taylor, Mrs. T." Hudson,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Norton. Mrs. H. John
son, J. Parsons, Mrs. W. E. Unsworth,
Miss Lydia Rose, Mrs. B. Eckorly,
Mrs. M. Knowles, Mrs. Anno Briggs,
Mr. and Mrs. T. Neal.
Miss Helen Crosbic entertained a
number of her friedns last Wednesday
overling. The timo was pleasantly
spent in games and music. At a late
hour a tempting luncheon was served.
Mrs. Mary Duffy assisted the hostess.
Miss Crosblo was voted a royal host-1
ess by those who were present.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Taylor enter
tained a few friends Monday evening
'"'v home. 2104 Jefferson avenue.
Three tables of cards- wore enjoyed
during the evening with ,Mra. F. J.
Van Ness claiming tho first prize and
Mrs. Robort Spenco winning consola
tion prlzo. A color scheme of pink
and white was carried out, with tulips
and forns decorating the homo. A de
licious luncheon wa3 served to Mr.
and Mrs. E. Richards, Mr. and Mrs. E.
C. Osborne, Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Car
son, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Van Ness, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Spenco, Mr. and Mrs.
F E. Heintzelman and tho host and
hostess, Mr. ami Mrs. J. D. Taylor.
Miss Charlotte Glassburh of Omaha,
Nebraska, with her cousin. Miss Alice
Eggle. were Ogden visitors Friday.
They are bound for the northwest and
will spend about six weeks along tho
SPEND DAY IN SALT LAKE.
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Thomas and
family, accompanied by Miss Dorothy
Hyslop, spent Saturday in Salt Lake.
Tho family motored to Salt Lako
OCCUPIES SALT LAKE PULPIT.
Rev. John W. Hyslop occupied the
pulpit at the St Mark's cathedral in
Salt Lako yesterday In the absence of
Dean W. W. Fleotwood. who has gone
east to attend tho consecration cere
monies of Bishop Moulton. Tho cere
monies will take place at Lawrence,
Massachusetts, Thursday, April 2.0.
A farewell and surprise party was
given in honor of Mrs. B. J. Jacobsen
last Friday evening at tho homo of
Mrs. A. Cohen, 2232 Adams avenue,
by the ladles of tho Jewish Boneyo
lent society. Mrs. Jacobsen will leave
in the, near future for Cleveland
Ohio, for an oxtended visit. She was
presented a hand painted chocolate
set Games and musical selections
were enjoyed through tho evening.
Selections wero given by Mrs. II. Ros
Inthrall, Mrs. Wynanburg and Miss R.
Silvcrstcln. Decorations In tho Conn
home wore carried out In old rose, j
with fresh carnations arranged about!
tho hooms prettily. Mrs. A. "Sinor as
slated Mrs. Cohen in the serving of a
delightful luncheon. One of the feat
ures of the evening was a cake auc
tion. Funds from this sale will bo ad
dode to the War Sufferers' Rcliof
Mrs. Willard Brown entertained tho
B. I. M. Five Hundred, club at her
home Friday afternoon. Mrs. Magglo
Harrop was tho recipient of the first
prize. Thoso present were: Mrs. Al
thca Brown. Mrs. Kate Murphy. Mrs.
Jonnio Brown. Mrs. Hattie Ivorson,
Mrs. Esther Whitaker and Mrs. Mag
gie Harrop. Mrs. Aletha Gage was the
guest of honor. Tho club will .meet
again with Mrs. T. C. Ivorson, S41
Washington avenue, on "May 7.
f CLUB j
White Rose Club.
Mrs. A. A. Sumnor and Mrs. Davo1
Turner entertained tho members of
tho White Rose club last Thursday
afternoon at the residence of ,Mrs.
Sumner. Cards were played during
the evening, with honors awarded to
Mrs. S. P. Millar, Mrs. Jim Murphy
and Mrs. Stevens. A luncheon was
served at the close of the games, Vio
lets were used as decorations on the
C. E. C. Club.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Osborne were
host and hostess to tho members of
tho C. E. C. club at their home, 2500
Monroe avonue. one evening last week.
Yellow tulips and ferns were used In
tho decorative effect, while in the din
ing rooms a color scheme was carried
out in yellow and white. Mrs. Mary
Vellarj was the recipient of the first
prizo and Robert Spenco of the con
solation prize at tho conclusion of the
card games. A delicious luncheon was 'H
served at the close of the ovening, with
yellow and white place cards laid for
each of tho following guests: Mrs.
Mary Vellar, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Sponce, Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Carson,
Mr. and Mrs, J. D. Taylor, M. and Mrs.
F. E. Heintzelman, Mr. and Mrs. F. J.
Van Ness and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Os-
Plan Theater Party. fM
All members of the Sego Lily Ihim
bio club havo been requested by their
president, Mrs. Sarah Dfysdale, to
meot Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock
at the Orphoum entrance; "Supper
will follow at 5 o'clock. VM
Aid Society lo Meet.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Eng- IH
llsh Lutheran church will moot next IH
Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
at the homo of Mrs. Peter Wilson, 525
Sixteenth street. Members and frienda IH
have been Invited.
Tho Royal Neighbors of America
will givo a card party Monday even
Ing, April 26, in tho I. O. O. F. hall.
Both, the members and tho public
have boon invited to bo present az S H
Members of the Martha society will
meet Monday at 2:30 o'clock at tno iH
residence of Mrs. Ad Kuhn, 2404 Mad- I
ison avenue. 1
EL MONTE I
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No. '2, KNIGHTS TEMPLAR
Special meeting, Monday, April 26, IH
S p. m for work in the K. T. degree IH
By order of the E. C
F. E. NICHOLS. jH
clfjf . How much should I give to I
. flfta, make this a better world? . I
n A BUSINESS man filled out his income tax The Interchurch World Movement represents" '
W P-1R. report. the united program of thirty great denominations. - jH
I shwe an income so large that his tax was They have surveyed their whole tasi ; no business y j ''. IH
(iS?"jgiJ 535. And his total gifts to church and charity for could have done it better. IH
rCVfm tho year were $148. They have budgeted their needs; no business '-''' fl
H3L7 WBv Think f ltthousandsi,sPent for luxuries and have a more acjentific budget. They havo
M -f?wJ?3ml pleasure for himself; and I $148 to leave the world a united to prevent the possibility of waste and dupli-
iCSL little better than he found it 1 cation. At least a million dollars will be saved by !
' I) rmm Most of us do better than that; but not so very - the fart that thirty dividual campaignB are joined . i
lTlS?? much better in one united effort .H
rm Ur av,eraSe daUy gift for all church causes is And come he men women who love H
S. M ess han we spend for daily papers America-to you-this week, asking you to use
rgil . - ess han a oral telephone call them as the charmel through which a certain defi- .
7T CS9 ? thir,d f dQy 8 fare nite part of your income can "be - applied to make j r
4 rSSs5Bv cents a day thJs better world 1
y lfeVJh No wonder that 80 of the ministers of America . , ' .
V are paid less than $20 a week. No wonder that the 1 OrJy you determme what part of your in- j H
rv V church hospitals turn away thousands of sick people come that should be. The chart printed here is in- . -. S , H
0 a year. No wonder that China has only one doctor for teP melv. as a suggestion ; it represents a scale - ; I H
M every 400,000 people. No wonder that every church4 of giving of 6. or less.
JJC' board and charity society is forever meeting def- Six per cent of your earning power; 15 16ths of your . ; I
jtj icits, forever passing the hat. life for your own family needs, and l.'16th for your IH
IHW5 11 isn,t fcecause we are selfish; it isn't because fellow men is that more than you ought to give ? , , IH
,gj JfrPI J we don't want to help. It's just because no one has It's a good time right now to answer that ques- IH
Q "Y ever put up a Ereat big program to us, and asked tion. We're passing through the world just once;
q" us to think of the work of the church in a system- how much better is the world going to be because 'Hi ' jH
"P atic businesslike way. you passed through? i
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I Income Weekly Plcdgo to Your Church rt . ' y Mk
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X 2fe,XSSw 1800 1.15 ' 1.05 .65 .30 .30 ' .10 ' .' ' '
J 2100 1.60 1.40 1.00 .60 .60 .30 .
VPf p, 2500 2.10 1.85 1.H0 1,05 1.05 .70
3 2'65 2"' ' Vj
J J'SkH I 7000 7,25 6,80 40 S-9 580 5.35 Jm
fyX&WASm I 8000 8A0 8-05 7-50 7-05 C.65 6.40
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; Jj Wwjf I 1000 1070 10.30 9.70 9.20 9.00 S.45 vSfM
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