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WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 24, 1920. THE. QGDEN a ANDARD-EXAM1NER a
01 " Her Daughter and His Son
A- -4 Great Married Life Story by
1 1DAH McGLQNE GIBSON
PbJ GRACE CAMERON'S 3SAUTY.
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IH '""r I thought I was suffocating. My
H t must have made pome Inarticulate
H r-.u-.O. however for Jlmmv turned about.
H evidently tr sec what bad mov.-j me so
H ore a; I- A' did o I caught th eye
H of Cr.-..o rnni'rrn I .-aw thnt she flni-
H ed cvfn ihn ugh her rouge.
H Notwithstanding ray .sur, rise an'! tm'j
WKt rush of knowledge whK'li ain? to ine
KH that I iQVCd Kenneth. irolial.lv as 1 . r-j..--
HH lesaly :'s Jimmy Invert ino I had in pay
HjM tribute to the beauty of the girl before
H me. She stood there In the doorwa;
H the cynosure off all eyes exquisitely h!h-
H der, jrei with all the rounded curve
H ' i
H Sh- was gviwned In a pale green ! idle
H embroidered In gold, cold which
H not more brilliant than (ho gold o( III r
H hair About her throat, and lylr"- low
J against her dooolletngc. wm a strln-r of
HB carved golden Lends which accentuated
, ' 'ti bare and without adon menl and, except
. for .tranc- r
9 given her
H nlJlrer ;t emerald i-m as a cameo her
Innds, too. were imndorrod.
' ! The froel: va rju i , t
F rron fdllli n clad ankles and slippers of,
H rold. fih'e looked like I'r.dlne rising
H from Wij pen.. simklssed l the great pod
BH of light who irt the rnorlnt of his daa-
CSHV r.llng brightness upon her hair, her fnvk
NHH and hr t'nv feet And oven as i patted
yHHa f.iceina'ed, I nw ihat tiny golden curl
.iegi i . . tl meth
H told1-mo that be hod always longed to
H Krcir. the top of her bond to the soles :
H f hrr 1ancing .slipper?, sho was allure.
AH ' bcii ix.k v.ith It.- ru.tir led o'slla:- and I
' .i should r that 1 might posse I; I
knew that I was even a touch jl
HH of rouge bad licanged my dead white I
skin to ibo glow r f boAith and happlnea?. ;
fey Hat my mouth dropped a; then
B rornrr frCra reapoiinlWlIfy ami unhapl- (
H ntra. even wj.ii I noticed that the '.it -
let llpn of C,rsr ''.unfmn turned ur al . i
Wm the onrnerB with laughter and the sheer i
I i I
H i has taken me much lohgac to dr '
I: ONE WOMAN'S
Of Interest to Expectant
Goshen, Ind. "J took T.vdia T!. Pir.l -bam'fl
Vegetable Com I
'-Enf I : 'l t v. i lr ;.
T ' ' ''"' v'-"'r '
' .f ire iliev ranic; alo
Hi 'N'-'ni '" "IS 'our
i I 'I and aftei and
'1 WK ' '''" 'l for such
rirrsffl whet it ..
and vou may publish my te litnonial.'''
Mrs. Ceo. A. Foos, 711 S. I)th Bt,
Tho rxpcricncc of rothrrliooJ Is n
Irving one lo moat women ami marks
nit-linctlv an epoch in their lives. Not
one woman in a hundred m prepared or
linden-land how to proprrly care for j
herself. Every woman at this time !
should rely upon Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, a tnot valuable
tonic and invigorator of the female
In many homes on e childless there
art now children because of the fu"t
I t hat Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable
Compound makes women normal,
t-p" healthy and hlronr and this pood old
fashioned root and herb remedy con
tains no narcotics or harmful drugli I
seribe the offeet that Grace Comeroi
liiul uj.on m than vs the effeot Itself
It wrmil btit an Instant before I faugh
liter Icok of recognition and saw hr tur:
.. arll befors l-.er faee settled Into '
h'n ! . 1 r i hlrh mrant that she n"l
tim In'ecd CO allow mo lo IhlnU she hn
: seen me.
I foriot everythlnc II. at Jinnn ha
I l.ern savins I forest ev. r; thlnt exoep
that I, loo. rbould be or.e of that r'
l .i r t that L too, If newly eouie from tin
t-l-.illed handfi ,,f a mc-.llsir. mizht bob
my own with CVen tirade. And. ol.
ranted to feel the touch of Kecirteth'i
hand I wanted t" l"ok Into his i;cs
1 wojlted to hear him Call me b) m:
nam -. .'o one K-iV'- to the short, crisi
word stieli r sweetness. I had loved m;
name ever since that firs' day at schoo
wheh ICennKh Halsey had "imken It ant
promld, "Ann. l morrow vou shall rM
my i onv. Gfaee i 'fraluy a;
It In not always the obviously Lrasb
eents that affect us meat. Looking bad
over all sorrows that have come i' me
i believe that moment when i V shab
by, tired, discouraged. In the corner l
Hint restaurant rnd saw the grrl whon
i knew had .mKieri rot for Kenneth Hal
Bcy'i lov . t'lit for his money and ill
iw.wcr and position thnt mr.r.ev coujd ' 'is
ra the mort trarie even of my life
It sein-d lo mo t'.-at I hal ih,m'-.l '
.-r- ''ie;.ihs f agony ami nothing worst
COUtd come to ine.
Jimmy turned to nv ami muttered i
word under his breath
', is very beautffdl." I said.
"And he lo an infatuated fool." h an
swered, "Crsiee Cameron never hod
i uld as l-lc as the head cf a inn. and her
Ueort wouldn't ceVer Its noint. 8h Is
selfishness peT'orlfle.; Her whole : '
ilon Is to niai;- : lrlU'iit inrrri.t-e
n-r mother has been keei inK tip .t pnear
tnces for -enrs r.nd gplttg ftprtnei ii"'1
further Into debt for this ine er.,i. I
taow pasifllvalv that boili V.v Cameron
nd her daugb'fr have chsfpd at tb
!lme It has taken to land K-nnetn. Ill'
"ather. you know, d'eo not approve of
ier; but K'-nnerii seems to bovs become
i iind devotee of her physical beaut:
fi- would marry be- t!norrr'W. but
"rare must I e assured that I' be does
la his father will continue 'be spien
lld ineme 'hat Knr.cth l enjoying how
md b-t he will Inherit his tailier's
Tomorrow jinmy Callahan's Ap3a;.
II BEDTIME STORIES
MT' I BY HOWARD R. GARlc
Il XClE WGOILY fD RJEODY TL'KT
Copyright. 1520. i HcCIure Newspaper
Si ndlt a e
me day as Uncle y Iggily waa hoii
plng along thamgh the wooda, wondering
what Nurse Jan- would have for i i
Than'kggtving 'iinncr. the dear, old bun
ny gentleman rabbit happened to see
Jchnnle and Billy ESushytal). the piiirril
boys, Just nhc.id of him.
' Thev are golut: m sehool ' said
L"nclo wlgglly to himself, twinkling his
plnlt no.-e "I'd like t- Lave LtlCIfl I
with nic to look for c.n adventure, but
I must not keep lb. 'in out of school. An . -how,
Tbank.sgix ing cornea tbls weex r.
they'll have a holiday '
Mr. Long cars was Kolng to hop down!
another )a(h. lo look for ftls 'laih- ,l
venlure. when be happened to sac .fobn-1
nin Bushytall drop something from his!
pocket as the squirrel by r am ureu ;
"Perhaps tl.ai Is one of his '
books," thought I'ncfe Wlgglly. "He'll
r.eed It for his lesson?, or the Indy ,
mvuee teaeher may keep him In after j
school. I'll hop aloni; and give Johnnie ;
k ills book."
But when the bunny reached the plan
here )io hail seen something fall, be
" found b. was only a pKiier .as filled
1 'Visrvi with hickory nuts. tnl Johnnie hod
Br- "Johnnie must have gathered those
H huts for bis lunch." thought Uncle Wlg-
H L"II. He'll miss them at recess. I'll ta'tc
v them to him."
V Mr. Ixmcears started to hop nlon? to
H catch up to the Bu-Oiviall s iulrrel boys.
H but they skipped ico fast ftr Mm. ami
on out el
H 'Never mind." spOKC L'ncle wlggl
himself. "I guess Blllle v. Ill give John
IB ' rie some nuts for lunch, I'll i -u these
H until the squirrels come hem.' from
H -So Uncle Wlgglly put the bag of hi ;-
H ory nuts in his pocket and hopped along.
H wondering If this would be his only nd-
Bj venture for thai day. But. all of a sud-
Bi den, he heard a voice saying
"it, "Oh. how hungry i am! How hum rj
Ij Dncle Wlgglly looked up :nfi around
BH and just behind a stone wall be saw
H two ears With tufts ot bunches of furirv
H hair on them sticking up behind me wall
H ih. inv goodness n-. -.il.e; alive and
H some aiqile sauce lolly pops!" thougnt the
H bunny. "Those tufted ears muss belong
to Bob Cat. the Lynx! He's hungry for
Itne. i suppose! Oh, why did I ever come
At the snnv- time (he voice behind the
fonco i-abl ogam:
"Oh bow hungry I am! How hungry
The cars, widen were all I'm le Wic
gih tould see. waggled to and fro. the
tufts- of re. I fr . n t' ,-m shaking to
I ami fro.
I "Oh. Mr. Bob Cat, please don't get so
hungry that. on will want' to ;t me'
begged Uncle Wlgglly, and he felt r
unhappy that he c ..Idn't twlnkb
pink nose an cent teenl.v bit An. I 1 I
red, wlilte and blue striped rr;eunrtlsin
crutch shivered and shook.
"Oh, If Nurse Jane were only here
now. with her scissors, to snip off ihe
tufts from the eir or Ttol fat. he1
wouldn't hurl me" tnoughl Uncle Wig-'
Then the voice said again:
"Oh. bow hungry I am'"
Once more trie ears, with their tufts, I
, twitchi d to and fro, and then over Hi
top of the stone fence there looked
Uncle WlggJIj n deir '111110 red.. squirrel
The red sfu:rre wa not a. larre h
lohnnle i r lunie Basltytall, ths gra
siulrrel. bul he a.i Just a.i lively, was
lb Is red ba'.ter cban.
"Oh, I dlfln t know It, wa on. n-1
Squirrel," said Uncle Wlgglly, and now
he felt so nappy that bis pink i s.
twinkled like n nw tin tllshpan "I
thought when I saw ihe tufts of fuzz on
your can. thai you were bod i:i "a...
the Lynx. The Lynx always has tufts
on his ears."
"0! no! I m not Bob Cat! chattered
the fted Squirrel "And I only l ave tnfls
of hair on my ears in winter. In sum
mer my ears are jc.m like thee of John
nie and rtinic Iluahvtall But, oh, I m
so hungry!' chattered ue Ked Squitre,!.
Oh, then I'm glad I met y.-u.'' spo'te
fr.de Wlgglly Ho you eat blckor.
cuts. a-. Johnnie and Ulllle my gra .
squlrrei nephews, do?"
"Of course' ' chattered ihe other,
whose name In winter w as rt I. J - Tuft,
because bis fur was a port of red eolor. '
and because he had tuft, or :aseis. of!
hair rn his ears. In rammer he was
-i'ii..l t n,i-i r,r i i ki.i.
ory mils:" spoge Reddy "ii'rt.
Then tak. these. ' Invited I'ncle Wig- .
gily. "Johnnie will not mlsr them. He
: cda g-i more
So P,eddy Tuft a'.e Ihe hickory nuts
and very tfankful he was to gel them,
facie Wlgglly wan WMUhlng the Rod
sti irrel eat, when, all of h sudden oui
(n m under a bush po i) the lad old
j Kuzr.y Fox.
"Ah. bn! Now I can get Unele Wlg
eli !'' growled the Fox.
"Here! Vou let Undo Wlgglly alone'
He was good to me and now I II be cod ,
to him' fioroci chattered Reddy Tuft !
'Come, my iirends1 ho shouted ' loudly.
"Come, It'll S.iulrre. to the rescue!'
Bavi Uncle Wlgglly!"
yVnd with that about forty-' leven hun- J
!r-i. i-hatterlng I'.ed S juirri-1 , a ;nperd
out of their holen In the tre-s of t;.'
wr.wls. and they scolded the Fuzrv Fox.
and threw arorns and bits of bark at )
him. hitting him on the nose, so that the'
fox was Klad enough to run away and
not hurt 1'ndo Wlgglly at aM. The Pus
sy Fox was afralrl of mo m?.nv soulrrH
frlerdr as Reddy Toft called to help the
"Thank you. Reddy.'v. said 'Uncle WIk
glly. as he hopped away. "Vou did mo
a great fever."
"And you did me rne'" chattered Red- 1
". as be ran orf With his suulrrd
friends. So you see it is a good thing 1
sometimes. io ioo your hickory nuts
Arul If ihe dinner bell OOesri t rlr.c nu
loj!) that It makes the butter wake
up and jump off the dh 0 Of bread. I II
fell ou next about I n- le Wlgglly am!
Ml. lir.tMr Obble.
I Walt Mason
I cannot laltc worth fourteen cents, and
sr. no spiels I ciring; anil much i envj
girted gents who n.nke the .-lUIn ring
Chautauqua magnates pi ibir gam,
and promise bundles flee If I 11 but write
my moral name upon the 'lotted line
nd often i am tempted s.,re. then I
bear Conscience sg;.. "What right have
you, I :tsk. to ire an audiem o fur pa "
Vou know that, every time you've tried,
lo paint the welkin red, a lot of willed
eggs were shie.i in anger, at your heart I
How much Of boredom wed avcld, howl
much Of language blue, if f. u.-r fel- j
lows were employed at work they can- ,
not do! I'm weary of thut singer's
screech who knoeks Ihe notes to pulp
r m tired of bearing blacksmiths preach,
anil sr.-lng farmer.' Sculp, I'm glad that
I have sense enough to know where I in
a .n.st. and so I dodge thr- platform stuff
though at a frightful eot; for Ihere the j
easy money lies and there the soft snaps
rrow; the country's lull of talking guys
trade hot air for dough. But as'a
speaker i am tough; which cannot be,
denied: I'm glad tbn; I have sense!
enough lo el the welkin slide
. -- ' ' " - f
OM-Fashioned Pumpkin Fie and Roast Turkey
Reign on Thanksgiving TaMe,Says Sister Mary
j -LllltlllllllllllllllllllllB!-' -JssssssfcstBB
VC lL WffM, i " "
5K HIM WHAT HE'S THANKFUL FOR!
BV SISTER MARY.
(Copyrlg' t, 19J0, N E. A.I
Remember the l'ourtc American who
didd I Hue pum..kln Me because II dis
agree I with bis ears'
o re nil that way to a eerlsin ex
tent but party manners restrain us. Ami
'i hankagti ing dinner does call for pump4
kin pie Nesaelrod puddlne and ilalnt)
jsrfalts fulfill their mission a' m,,c . .,
rtlrener. but pumpkin pie tOU' h -8 the
si'o- In ihe beans and appetites of even
Our Thanksgiving day Is so essentially
an American family day that the dinner
may u. M i.jiv,. n ,. Infrrmnl. homely
touch; "Fi i in sou;' u. nut I ' the feast
beat preserves the traditional spirit of
ib" iIh oi it. implicit) and nhAiitdanoe
Ever since the Bllgrlm Fathers dlenl
fled (he wild tUrkey b providing U I .
their first Thanksgiving, we have a. -eptel
It as Ihe national l.lrd for the do
So even If turkey Is expensive why not
sere It and snlxirdlnate tle re-t ..' tlu
meal to It' The cost will ! ihe- ;,m.
In the end. Lcl all the other things to I
eat be merely filiinc. supphing the
"iir-meh- traditional spirit night) flu
oroi appetizers, elaln-iate salads and
desserts nave no place in the ti.ti
giving; dinn r
KZMU FOR THAJJKCGIVING DINNER
rtoar Tiujkey 'Crahjerr auce
Masbrii potatoes t;ibiet Gravy
Celery Home-made pcJ los
i 'urnuk in I'le i ' ff -.'C
MY OWN RECIPES.
. The centerploee for the Thanksgiving
table may be an attractive! arranged
dish of fruit! antl nuts. Shiny red apples,
golden oranges, white and Tokay gxapus
! placed in :i silver or rut glass bowl wljl
, rival the UtrgCSl mums and be useful as
I well as ornamental Or instead of the
I usual bowl use a pumpkin shell. A big
pninukln eut In half with the top ".'I
loped fiiiod to overflowing with fruit.
.ml traily ylnes frcm the wood.-- could
noi o erf tl ieil by the most artistic
Bittersweet berries nr.- in their prime
i the Irs: of November and give a gor
gepus l it of Dior arranged In a basket
I with I Ine bran, he- . lig lisket I f
these In a rather dark corner ( tb- liv
ing room BUggqSta n ra of sunshine.
Choose ail 8 or 10 pound hen turkey.
Tf you ar serving so many people that
this siro bird will not be enough, use
two birds rather than one i!gger one. J
The m"at of a big turkey Is not as i-n-I
ADVENTURES OF THE .TWINS
CY OLIVE ROBERTS EARTON
WIGGILY WORM RIDES TO SCHOOL
Now then. Iggllv Worm d:dn t like
school a bit better than Muff Mole, rr
Flop Field Mouse, or full" C ttonta 1 1,
or anybody, and so he eonrelvcd the
wonderful idea of playing hooky. It
wasn't a new Idea by any means, for lust
the day before Scamper Squirrel stayed
away, scrunching around among the
ChaSlnul burrs anil dry leaves for tb"
t-rown Satin 3 chestnut S. In fact, S.:n.'
per was Mill worrying about how bed
get gracefully out of his scrape and ex-
Hc found ,t nico round hole In the stiff shell.
plain to Mr Nonbble Scratch- the fair
SOhoOlmaster, and to Nick, the at lend
anCe officer, bow he happened to be
away, and not have to 1 1 In thl .,rner
all la wearing the special dunce CAP
x.in- made for Irponts
WlggUj liked 'hestnuts jusl a well
,i Beam per did. moreover he had friends
who lived Insld" some 'if rh,-m. and as
be v.. -is trawling slowlv along t he edge
of the woods tOWOrd the old c afc ire"
where the Magl.nl Mufhrpom Was ring
ing Ihe bell for sljool, he stopped and
lookefl around a Ml In the hope Of get
ting ; blo i,.. eat, and in good company.
He d not long to wait, for lifting his
h - i I and sniffing this way and that, he
smelted cheatnttts, sweet ami alluring.
Over ho scrambled, and wasn't be
lu ky. though Hp found a niee round
hole In the stiff shell and crawled In
side N"b-ilv In nv. but he'd wait, and
In the meantime he'd eat.
Scamper came along Just then scratch -1
Ing bis head for an excuse for yester-
,djis absence. Something to put Scrib
ble Scratch Into . good humrr would be
the very thing
Ha" Cheatnuts That's what he would
; dc take the teacher a present of a
i handful. fine peace-offering!
! Wasn't it Just tor, provoking ihat one
of the nuts, happened lp be Wiegilj I
refuge, and Ihe fat little worm found !
himself In school after all: it was loo
disgusting. ' I
Wlggih meekly crawled lo lils seat
d- or fine flavored as that of a small
one After the turkey ba been . leaned,
stuffed and trussed, rub the entire mr-fa.-
with salt Work .' tablespoons of
butter with ': tablespoons of flour and
spread over the breast, legs and wings.
Put on the rack In a self .hasting roaster
In a hot oven for ") minute- The flour
t.hould begin P brown Reduce hi-at and
nd.1 1T cups of hot water When this
aater pQOkS away a-bl more w:iler and
butter :mii baefe the turke with a poon.
If a self-bastinC roaster i not used
the turkey BhQUld OS '.teamed for an hour
before roasting .Steam and tnen Stuff
and rub with butler and flour and rOOSt
as usual. The giblets are cooked sepa
rale and the water used for gravv
When lb" giblets are tender, put through
the food i in : per and strain the jrs
out them. A plain bread stufflps Is
always acceptalfe. with turkey
?'. . up stale M.fi bread crumbs
i,"cui) melted butter
1 teaspoon salt
teaspoon sage (optional)
i jut enough water to hold the
CTumbS together An egg nrit neces
If the stuffing Is to bo ea'en hot.
It's the pumpkin pie that klr. pump
thanks Into the dinner.
! LITTLE GIFTS TO
MAKE FOR XMAS
UNUSUAL COLLAR AND CUFF SET.
This collar and cuff set Is very simple
make and Is Inexpensive. The collar
insist of a straight piece of mnterlal,
, ei:hi-r handkerchief linen, voile or or
gandie It Is about five Inches wide and
n suitable length It l hemmed b hand
! ajid a running slltch of black loss em
broidered along the beni This u.ves
! Ihe appenrance of hem-o'itehtng. For
'trimming rambler rosea are added In the
corners These are made by merely run
ulnft a thread In and out around a elr
cle. These roses can be made of three
shades, such as lavender pink and yel
' low. The cuffs are male In the same
Lingerie lanni for holding camls.pls,
skirts and nightgowns make an unusual
gift These are made of ribbon and sa C
The ribbon Is as long as desired and a
strip of It contains a piece of rubber
causing It to shir. This shirred section Is
. edgo.i w ith lace and trimmed with tiny
1 ribbon roses. The shirred section holds
a Strip of wadding filled with sachet.
FOR VOUNG GIRLS.
A fudge apron is always a welcome
j gift to h v.-iing girl. It Is made of buck
lOWeUpg. A pleee Ih rut out for the no k
opening The apron CCacIlBS down 10
.about the knees A narrow belt is at
ta bed and a pocket The bottom of
' the apron and the neck and belt are ft. -Isbcd
off with a large huttOO-hO.4 Stitch
and an appropriate pattern is embroid
ered on tlie front of the apron.
GIFT OF BULBS
a gift that win be appreciated li i
group of 111 or hyacinth bulbs planted
In some attractive bowl. They should
he planted long enough beforehand so
thai they are Jusl growing at Christinas
HOME MADE CANDY.
A box of home-made candy wid surely
be an acceptable gift Inexpensiv . b it
very attractive lacquered boxes can be
obtained in Japanese stores. Tie a prenyl
colored ribbon around it and 'h? gift
If someone Is adept In making Jelllea.
two or three or perhaps even a half dOS
en ma!l glasses of Jelly make a iln.iurnt- 1
ful gift to friends who are not nbl4 lo'
enjoy home-made Jellies Thene jnrs eai;
be packed in inexpensive baskvtS Med I
with n large bow ,
! Dorothy Dix Talks j I
MEN'S IDEAS ABOUT WOMEN
! By DOROTHY DIX, the World'R Highest Faid Woman Writer i i
Isn't It funny what queer Ideas nn
h;ie about women? For Instance, If
never occurs to a man thai It makes any
difference hon he liok. He is strong
for the beauty muff himself, and ho
, pasnes ot with scorn every woman who
can't QUalltfy In the living plotUTS .-lass.
When bo '!:, a girl out, ?h ha to b.
a joo,! I.cker and dolled up In lh lat
est fOSh lOn and at a rsrty nothing short
, of a gatllng trun cot;ld Induce him to
nsl. ,i fat. bald-headed. frrr'ded-fa e
lady, verging on old maidenhood, to
, dance w ith him
But the first fact that hn pinsesaes
I figure built along the architectural
l lines of r bay wlmluw. ami a face home
ly enough to top a " lock, does not v-e-vont
:i man from picking ihe pearhlent
peach In th- busker and blithe making
her hiH own If he .an Anrl afier the
couple BJ'S marrl-d It la the 1 unhand who
demand, ilrat hi.s wife nhall always be
iplcH and span .vhlle he arrogates to
himself tho right to slump into sloven
ness If be Is more comfortable In old
clothes than noo.
OurlOUS, Isn t it. how men think that
women have a less keen aesthotio sense
than thev have and that women rm
I", fr appearances, and are is easily
Queer, too. Isn t It. the n:av ullne the
ory that a woman ne,-r ants to talk
br,ut her -elf, and the Dungs .he Is In- I
terested In. or to tell h r hopes, and
plans, and ambitions and 'llsappolnt
I men t a fo sympathetic male ear
All sensible women read up on ihe
subjects In which their husbands, and
brothers, and sweel hearts are Interested
so that thev ma;, be able to talk in
telligently lo them, but did v on ever
hear of a man reading up on tb fash - !
ion. or baby culture or ing the
cook book o 'hat he oould have a heart -
to-heart talk with the women of his!
family on the proper lengths of skirt,
and lh best way to sterilise milk, and
'how to make HollandalSS without Its
Everv mnn has some woman to whom
he talks -nill-sslv about what he g
Ing to do. and what he sabl to the boss
nnd what the bo-v said to him. hut the
minute a woman hg-lns to tell a man
of what sho U planning to do. and the
little run In she, had with the cck or
I tho forelady ;)t ths store, he suddenly
remembers a pressing engaeemont that
I eall.T him hence.
nd a man expects a woman to con
sider it n privlleg- i0 p. ton to his tale
of oe and to i Ind up with her svm
pathy the wounds i ,o world has dealt
him, l ul lei a woman trv to tell a man
of, h.-r troubles and b- flees from her
as though she was n loner.
Odd too. Isn t it. thai a rnan nv..r
realises tbst a woman find II just a
heart-wrenching a thing to give up a
career in whlrb sh Is making a :iioo:
ns he would? it dnesn - occur to him
that the sound pf applause is sweet to a
woman s eai that she gets an ineffable
thrill of enjovmeni out of the exrrdae
.f her talents, that she likes the money
tnat she earns''
-N" woman would dream of asking a
man to make the sacrifice ..f nil thesM
tb;ngv f..i the c;tk, ,,f nvng n mtir
. : i
M ahd Skinny Martin was wawUIng
along jest Wawktng along and I stepped
m a loose brick and a s,utL of muddy
Walter went all over m stocking me
saving Hav. l...-,k a: tha'. g..-b sbang 1
It. beck. Ihals a heck of a note herk.
i Hob . Moses, holey t: sd .Skinny.
I dare you to step on It. I sed. and
Sf mn s.-d I guess you do. Mcenlne It
1 wouldent have eny Influence on him
Weather I uaro.l him or not. and I sed,
Aw ii ,in step on It, nuthlng mile
Then wy dont you step on It agen
yourself if youre so anxious? sed Skinny,
and r sed. Aw wata i!.- uhc gelling un a
1r';' ment, ins aland heer and wait
for people to go past and step on k.
Wl.h we starto.i t do, and we waited
a fgarse long wile and nobody dldenl
omo past and we waited a fearser long
wile and nobody still d blent. Sklnnv sa.v -Ing,
Hosh. ware Is vebolv' Ied'' and
me naOnsr. Uecfc this is only wasting
time, that's all tbls Is.
I Mil g. Ing to count up to 100 ard If
nobody dont come before 100 tbais all the
longer Im going to wait, sed Sklnnv
Wlch wen be got up to 54. aome man
Started to o,,me up ihe street, being a
(b man and looking like a heavy siep-P-r.
-and j"st as be was almost UO. to
the brick he stopped, saying. 1m afraid
Ive gone too far. do you bovg know ware
Mr Pringle lives?
I think Its down ferther. I dont think
youv- came to it yet, I sed. Me never
having herd of Mr Trlngle and Jest sav
ing that lo Influenc e him to step on the
brick, and he sed. No Its baok ferther
Vnd he started to go back and me an. I
Skinny kepp on going feeling dlskusted
Sklnnv saying. Aw well anvways maybe
he would of stopped over It instead of
On It. and me saving And even If h
had of stepped on It we wouldent of had
en rltten garantee (t would squct'L
Wlch we wouldent of.
! Dr. James L Vance
i s e
This Is the best thing ever said about
, i;od. You can't Improve on it It Is at
I once the aweetet. simplest, profoondest.l
j sublimest. dlvlncut truest thing that hu
man voice Of human pen has ever said
'o-d Is love Had John never nenned
anothele line, h .voull deserve rank'
as the mo.1' learned of theologians and
as the most helpful of teachers of re-
Hod has wisdom and power and holl
1 nAs and justice and goodness and truth. I
but Ocsl Is love. Love Is the essem i
of His being, all the others mere attri
butes. fjjod is omnipotent, and omniscient, ar.d
omnipresent, but In all His omnipotence
He Is love, and In all His omuls, I. n I
He Is love, and In all His omnipres
ence lie a love.
Wherever the Deity vivos man a
glimpse of himself. It is a look of toys
Whenever God makes His power felt, it
Is love lifting the b,ad or pulling at lb"
heart -airings. Whenever God has a
thought It Is love thinking.
Sit up anrl take notice. Cod Is not
hate. He Is love Then why get scared
when vou think about Him Nestle down
in Ills arms and We satisfied.
If He Is love. H" cannot be revenge- j
ful. It Is not possible for tlod to do
a cruel thing.
II" Is gentler than the gentlest, and
kinder lhan the kindest, and more gen-I
erous than the most generous, for God,
We can Irust Him to build a heaven
Can we no1 tr,-st Him to plan a life?
His way mns; be bos', far HJa way winds
I,. Ih., U.H wh I..,.. lo.l.U. .....
lous at ' ministering lo her cemtert . I
and pleasure But a man has no h'si- LaBaeael
nation laj demandlnc It of a woman, ami LeaeaH
ho thinks she should be Jolly jUd to Baeaeael
if a woman made her husband gHe up LaBaeael
hla business when he married her o
hal lie would have more Mme to spen.1
with her. or If she made him leave the LaaaBeal
aae beravise she didn't like to see him
In love seens with other wbmen. or If LaaaBeal
eh" forced him to give up writing ir LbbbbbbI
painting so that he oould wheel the per-
ambulator, he would hale her for ths ijaaaaeal
jraj she ha, blighted his life, but when
Ihe hands out this kind of treatment to LsbsbsbI
his v. ire he thinks she should be doing
fllo flops ,,f gratitude I efore him I
Queer how men think that women en- LaBBBsm
Joy being del undeqjj A mal" worm tjaaaaeal
j would resent net having a leaf of Its i)JjH
I own to gnaw on No matter how gp LH
and kind ar.d generous a father. ......V
Wife a man lad. he would loathe i,a-
.ing to K" to blm or hr and ask for bsbsbV
!lothes inrnri and strootcir fare Ami
i If be had a backbone th size .ami bbbbbbbI
Strength or a llk thread he would i- ifiH
'spise himself for being snob a paralt.
Rut men think that women have no
jsliam- In being dependent, and that they Laaaal
-njoN me process or wh-eniing and ca
joling a few nickels out of the pockd
of their lords ami master.
"dd too. laa't it that a man never
speak, of his employer having "givn LaaBaaal
him" the mon for which he has tolled
I eight hr.urs a day! Nor Is he filled With LbbbbbbI
linv sense r,f gTS'l'iide towards his boss L,....!
ns ho rece! hi pay envelope. But I,
he sprak.s of 'supporting" the wife who 1
: works fourteen hours a day washing.
and corking and sewing for him and Ills
children, and in- feels that she should
be sloshing over with thanks to him. and L,!
appreciation of his goodness In giving
her her board and lothes In return for
Strange, also. most strange. men
chlld-Uke faith in the adamantlns qual-
lty of woman's love and constanc. igH
There is no Idea that mn are comm 1
'1 to more firmly than that onee a, I
pmSn I es man. she will love on till
the. end of time, no matter how he inav H
treat her. l ikewise he is convinced that H
a -von, an's one wild desire Is for do- H
mestlolty, and that she cannot possibly B
get enough of H
He knows that there are times when
a man .-earns to slip (be yoke and Jump H
, il e fence Into green fllds .-ind new ps
hut I' never crosses his mind that
bis wife ha the same mad magenta mo
men Is. as the futurist would say.
He know i that It Is the easiest thing
n earth for a wife to kill her bus- H
l and's love, and the hardest job for her 1
to keep herself through the years a H
steady flame of enchantment to him, hut 1
It does not even cross hla mind that a' H
woman's love is i-cn a more fragil
rig than a man s. and that be can
only keep it alive by cherishing If. and 1
coddling It with never-ending skill and 1
i Que rest of all. Isn't It. that men hav - 1
; never found out that human nature
' a'l of the same piece, and ihat as they
I think and feel, women also think and
feel' i mlv more so. bbbbbbbI
JUST FOLKS j I
By Edgar A. Oemsa I
I heard a stranger boasting of the glo
ries of bis blale.
'lie held 'hsi California Is tho greaw-' bjbbbbbjj
of the Brest;
The chap w no sat beside him lived som -
where In Illinois,
And he boaslsed of her rlChej and her
comforts and her Jovs,
, But whit" 1 listened to tpem make th- ir
native splendors known.
! I d have sworn that the;, were talking
of the stale I call my own.
Nebraska, or Dakota, Florida or Ten-
it Washington or Maryland wherever
vou may bo.
You II find the land is peopled with de.
voted hearts and true.
: W'h love the -t.V.e thex live In and the
old Red. White and Blue,
And vou II find the distant stranger lit
a proud, exultant tone.
Boa-o about too staic he lives in as yoif
boast alout our own.
! There are charms this country over,
there are jovs In every state.
Here are forty-eight divisions and each
one of tbeni is great.
And I like the ryes that sparkle and the --H
uch of honest pride,
And the fervor of ihe people vrhereso-
ever they abide,
' Who rejoice In iheir possessions for by
I such a love, la shown
That pach one of us la faithful to the
BtatS he calls his own.
In Michigan QT Kansas In Idaho or
Tho hearts of men pre beating to the
I self-mgde lovai strain;
The love of all that s lovely sets the
Of all nglotv
Anrl the old flag laughs to hear us as It
looks on us below,
For It proves we arc united as of home
e proudly brag
I 'no jrcat country-loving per.ple under
t ath the Starry Flag
Th' modern health crusade, x
competitive system oi hygjahja,
elides about . children In
the united States
i no - IbbbbbI
Perfumes used for scenting ev
pensive soaps arc derived as bypro
Buy only "Diamond Dyes"
Each package of "Diamond Dyes" con
tains directions so simple that any woman
can diamond dv .. worn, shabbv skfctk
waists, dresser, coals, gloves, stocking.
sweaters, draperies, everything, whether
wool, silk linen, cotton or mixed goods- H
rev i lob. fadeless colors Have druggist
show vou "plamond Dyes Color Card
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS Then Music Makes You Sentimental. BY ALUV1AN
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