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Why Marraiges Fail
By UOROXUV D,IX.
One .of the reasons that marriage Is so
often a failure Is because people bring less
Intelligence to hear on solving Its prob
lem "than they do to any other ques
tion on earth. A
man Elves a hun
urr.rl times rus
much i capon and
Judgment to doing
the simplest dally
tasks by which he
make hi? living
ns he docs to try
ing to make mar
ried life a success.
Ho uses 1,000,001)
times more tact
and diplomacy Jn
peaceablv with his
boss than he does
to smoothing down
his wlfe'B fur the
A woman uses up
a.thousandfotd. more sray matter In try
ing tosflnd out what colors he can wear
thin she does In trying to .indef?tand her
husband, and she Is 1,000,010.000 times more
concerned about how to retain her UffUre
tween honor and tliame, between keeplns
her children and losing them, between a
man who le pure gold and another who s
nothlnp but flishy pinchbeck
No woman can live to be 30 years old
without knowlnjt somelhln about life..
She knows that when a married wonun
betlns to have affinities she Is playing
with fire: sbe knows that the woman
wlip receives secret attentions from mert
and coes to places with them unknown
to her husbsnd is taking the first itep
on th road to perdition, .'he know that
sooner or later her husband will find
her put .and that the consequences will i
be d!ssra.ce for her, that, she will be. j
turned out of house and home and her
children taken away from her and that
eh Is puttlnt upon them the stlpma of
iheli; .mover's shame.
Also, every woman knows that the
very nten wbo are most ardent in their j
love nil King to a, msma woman anu
who ute cverj' wile and srt to tumpt her
on. are the very first to abandon her
when her husband casts her aside and
fhey fear that they may be called on
to marry ber or support her. More than
fhat, every woman knows that any man
who works early and late to stlbport his
thaji she is about how to keep her nun- j famuy and wno Rives them everything
band's nffectlops, jfcnd 5eepl nothing: for himself, Is giving
rractlcally, al) of the tcaeedlts of mar- j the most magnificent proof of love It Ii
rledjjjjfthat break hearts 'and wtock possible to ppncelve. One day's toll for
of scandal, people brlnx on thrmulves
because they did not use tho brains of a
rabbit ,in conductltiK their matrimonial
affalr,'and If most people who applied,
to the divorce Courts to sunder their mat
rimonial bonds received the sentence the
dtiserved, they would be committed to an
asylum-for the feeble minded.
They are to blame for the catastrophe
arid could have prevented It had they
shown ordinary human Intelligence.
Here's a cae In point. The other day
a youne woman came to me with her talf
of woe. She isn't 30 yet, but she married
when sho was a mere child, and has
three beautiful babies that she loves.
Her husband Is a ffood, honest, hard
working: fellow, who tolls from early morn
till night to support his, little family In
Wnfort. AVhen he sets home he is dead,
doc tired, and. after he has had his din
ner he koc to sleep.
The woman Is a Rood wfn and a good
mother. t.o far as making a coinfortalfje
home for the family l concerned. Svy
works hard. too. In the home, 'but wheEl
night comet- and she has her babto into
bed, she wants a change, fine wants
some amusement, omc of the pleasures
and Kalflln that she missed as a girl
through her early, marriage.
Her husband won't take her about.
3le Is ound asleep, and the -Inevitable
other man hi put In his appearance.
He takea the wife to theaters and" res
taurants, and ihe's fallen In love with
hm and she looks with disdainful eyes
down upon her poor, hard-working, dray
horse of a husband.
But the woman's conscience hurts her.
In the midst of the gayest scenes she
thinks the she should be back home with
her babies and she wonders what hVr
husband will do when he finds that she
is galavantlng around with anotlfcr nun,
but the tempter tells her that her hus
band doesn't love her. or elee he would be
taking lier to places of amusement.
And the woman stands at the turn of
tho road, drawn one way by a sense of
duty and the other by her love of plets
talk that was ever reeled off of a glib
Such being the ease, consider flie folly
of the woman who risks so much for tl)
pleasure of if. few restaurant dinners, a
few violets, a few trips to tho theater, ai
few compliments, a little lovn making
tint she must know in her heart to he
spurious, for no rqan who really loved a
woroftn would seek to drag her dpwn by
tpaklng her an unfaithful wife and
In her desire for apiuseroont the woman
Is acting th part of foot. In not realiz
ing his wife's necessity for Borne enter
tainment, for sopie gaJaty, for something i
to break thi monotony of cooking and
sawing and babv tending, the husband Is
Acting the part of, another fool.
It Is hs hand that hn left the door
open for the robber to come in and loot
Tpu can't dump a woman down on- a
runt Job that ha no holidays or high
Cys to it and expect her to be satisfied.
She'll play truant from it .ooner or later,
and when she does. It's her husband's
There are certain fundamental needs
of every nun and woman. They must
bave some pleasure, they nust have
some admiration, there must be a few
kl;ses and bdn-bons, and when husbands
and wives deny these to each other, some
other man or woman stepps in and sup
plies the necessity. It needs only a little
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What is the Ideal Bride?
"Dressmakers Make the Most Contented Wives"
matrimony" go round smoothly.
A meek lover sometimes makes a
Many an unsttsfftctory employe is fired
Women wou'.d nvr be successful aa
plain clothes detectives,
" Poets are born llkewls also those wbo
Hy rUAXCES Ii. (JAHS1UK.
The innn who starts out looking fi" n
wife In as helpless as a linby In ft candy
Kvery article In the" show cuh looks
good and like the baby, ho points u finder
lit that which Is most pleasing to his
eye. and after It ha bn given to him,
changes hlB mind and wants soniPthlnsr
Mis Harriet A. Ooodnuwi. who Is one
of a great number of women In New
York wl)0e work Is devoted to making
homely women pretty, and pietty women
beautiful, inpptd with her thlmblo fo"
order, and presented to tho niau looking
for a wife the claims of tho dressmakers,
T hnve had npportunlty .ill my life,"
flip said, "to study the girl who makes
dremes, and It Is my opinion that every
requisite necesmry to make. a. good wlfo
Hi any calling is found In the training tho
She must, first of all. be pJtlolit. The
drstsraakrr who let her Irritation reach
heels ofhor f,nBer cnd ",al11' ,ler Z?a 1,1 th"
I culling, snaps ner inrcu, imici.i iibi
I fingers and makes stltohes as Irrerular
its an ohl-tlmo lull fence. She must learn
I control of herself before she can acquire
control nt her needle.
"And I have heard," with a laugh,
"that a woman needs an endless uinount
of rclf-controt in order to set ulong with
'She must be of a high oidcr of In
telligence to be a good dresmahers. There
was a time when a woman sewed up a
only think they are poets.
Many nitn of many mtnda-but It's us- j few straight Beams, put a hcni at tha
ually cne woman of many winds. I bottom and gathers at the top. .ind lo,
Many a man who plays the races k-kihi itio hi,i ..i.i a ui.-iri .m.i
ute, and asus-actuaiiy asKs-wnicn w doesn't go broke-but comes home thru!an tiiere w.a to thf flttlm
the shall take. She Isn't using the com- Way.
mon sense of a gnut In deciding her rat ..t tome period In his life every mar:
and that of her husband and children. expects to make 4 fortune raising Poul-
She is acting like a helpless Idiot, and 'try.
ytt she has got plenty of Intelligence and Tht girl who Is so homely that she
sound enough Judgment about other mat- dossn't care can afford to whistle on the
ters. If you would show her a'real. germ- ; street.
ino diamond and a rhlnetoiie, h . Sme men are Johnny-on-the-spot when
wouldn't hesitate for an Instant about 'it comes to paying a grudge, but whsn it
which one was of the. most h1i; and j comes to paying the bJtcher and grocer
which one to take, yet she hesitates bt- IttsI!. that's another story.-Ohleago News.
fitting was the
Hair Stops Falling, Dandruff
Disappears 25 Cent "Danderine"
Your Hair! Beautify it! Invigorate your
Danderine grows hair and we enn prove it.
measuring of the belt. I
"If there Is any one who thinks a brain
less creature with sclssois lied to her belt, '
a thimble on her finger, and pins and 1
needle in her mouth, can mak- a dress '
there d.ays that opinion stamps that per- I
sun as a derelict floating adrift In some '
1 long-forgotten sea. It takes hialns to cpn-
celve a fashionable garment today. It
takes brains to execute It. '
"The dressmaker deals entirely with
women, and must make their tompcia
ments as much her study as their com
plexions. Sli know what will soothe
Mrs. A's spirits Just a she "known what
will best suit Mr. A's figuro. She be
comes diplomatic, and If her powers of
I diplomacy were given the scope and !
I 1 recognition thoy deseive she would be
come one of the world's greatest dlplo-mats.
The Way of a Man
"Out upon It! I have !oul
Three whole days together;
And tun like to love three more, .
If It proves fair weather."
-Sir John Kuckllng.
"I am keeplnir enmpunj with h young
man for tho Inst four years. I 11111 iv girl
of 32 and he Is 35. When 1 first met him
ho was rntntng only 12 u week and
jbIi! ho could not marry on that salary,
but would ns soon as he got a better po
sition. 11c succeeded In getting It and hns
had It 11 ye.tr, hut now rnys he would
I like tu get married, but fenrs It would
'htenk his mother's heart, lie is not her
solo support, as she haa four more ehll
! droit working for her.
This gill's stun- Is one that has been
1 told countless times In ninny cllnies and
man)' languages. Hhc Uivcd a man; 1ip
loved hor. He couldn't nffoid to marry,
and she agreed to watt for him.
Long engagements have n way of wraki
1 enlng a man's love, t In Is sine of thn
The Manicure Lady
; "If she learns the value of tact In nuik
I tug a dress for a woman how much
1 "Grorgr." said the Manicure lady, "1
I was roiullng an artlclo the othev day
which was wrote' by a lady reporter, anil
I the article told about her walking nil
I over New York on a newspaper story
I for the Sunday paper. The story wiih to
be about the experience of a girl friend
less and nlone anil penniless In this great
city. It wound up hy telling how; she got
shelter Ht a fine placet for girls, where
n kind-faced matron showed her tu a
beautiful room." 1
"What about It?" asked tho Head Hnr-'
ber, who hud Just lost U matching quar
ters with n customer worth half a mil
I "You don't need to bo grouchy,
Oenriee." said the Manicure lidv. I
'was Just thinking how beautiful It must
I10 to he 11 friendless girl and get such a
j nice place to go. Thank goodness wo
ore through with nil of them dnrk uges,
. wheio thrre wan to much darkness, '
"You are having one of your daffy
, streaks,' said the Hriul Ilaiber. bluntly.
' I.fl inn tell you something about them
beautiful homes for girls, klddo, My wife
1 11 11 Into a llttlo girl about l'J the other
'day The girl was starving. She' had
I been In New Yoik five days without n
1 cent The wife had known her In the 1
old home town, and when she brought the
1 kid home t would make n gambler cry
to sen the w;y that girl nte. After sha .
' had been all fixed up she told us 11 fuw
things about this huine-foi -thc-frlcudless-1
ir's luislne. j
"In the flnt place, the girl wns as In
nocent as a baby. Boipe girl ftont thn
saiiin town hail ennie to New York and
stumbled onto n good position, so the
wife ftleml hod tried lo do the same
stunt The position didn't come and her t
mone ao out. Thon came the five
days of tiiiinplug around looking for
wotl. and finally the vlstta to the homes'
kept by rich people for sheltering such
"Tho matron, In the first place, wanted '
tu know who her father war and whether ,
lier "tendfther hud ever li.-en arrested,
nnd 11 lot of other Junk, The kid was too!
pi olid to nuiku a map of her churacter
und ancestors und walked out. Sho walked
all that night, scared to death-ths way ,
rt regular wlrl would Ii that lias U
more around among the rats of the
The next das she was turned down
lit two more 'homes,' because she was
!re- and 'u!e and howd tlmt whs
1-ad been out of bed 00 long to please
11 1 . , itrinlile e-atrons. I thev
ti-opght ihe looked too pretty, or some
thing. M was Just luck that she run Into
the wife and now she I safe from the
rler and worse things than livers. She's
going to stlik right there with tho wlfo
) until shn gets a good Job. J
1 "1 ain't saying that there oln'l a lot of1
flue women behind thoha homes, but the
Uy UKATItlCK K.UIUWX.
Kill; colli tshlp lucks the Incentive that
uncertainty gives, lie begins to feel as
bored us a murrlcd man, with this differ
em-el Thole arc no legal bonds tying him
Hh grow forgetful of her .faithfulness
I 11m Increased wages give hlin wider op
portunlty for knowing other girls who
are younger, fairer and freaher. It mav
occur lo him that tho gjrl who his waited
for him Is too old for htm, nnd If he
does ho Is not the flist man to have
this opinion, a thousands of nrKlcite.il
sweethearts will testify.
Ho begins to delay the uvddlng dav
building up 0110 flimsy excuse on top of
onother. Tho girl, after the manner of
her sex, Is distressed, and shows It. In n
way, It seoniM to her that the end of the
world haa came,
She has spent tho best pnH of Ik l'
girlhood In planning, hoping, nultlnv
During all these years she has mndo him
feel so sure of her constancy that he hos
grown to cherish It as lightly as he
rhorlshes the love of 11 sister
It Is all wrong. Kvery long engagement
Is an Injustice In the girl for the. ver)'
reason that man so often proves fickle
And 1 claim that the girl Is partly t"
blame. Shn Is so much In love she makes
nil of Idvn's sacrifices. Hho given up tho
friendship of other men, nnd often that
of other women. 8in Is waiting for him.
He, knows 1 sho. Is w.i(tlj)ir; he )9 sure, ?lii
wlU'contlnUe'to wait, and it U nil unusual
man who will run to a destination, know
ing that thn one waiting for him will
coutlnuo to wait though ho lags on the
huh reporter had a mil of expeurc money
with her or her 'experience' mightn't
have been so rosy."
MISS IIAIUUKT A- GOODMAN
Within ten minutes after an applica
tion of Danderine you cannot find a 'In
gle trace of Dandruff or a loose or fac
ing hair and your scalp will not Itch, but
what will please you 'most will be after
a few weeks' use. when you will actually
see new hair, fine and downy at first--Jyesbut
I tally new hair growlnt all
oer the scalp.
A little Danderine will immediately dou
ble the beauty of your hair. No differ
ent how dull, faded, brittle and .ragg
Just moliten a cloth with Danderine and
carefully draw It through y6ur hair, Uk
Ing one small strand at a tlmt. The ef
fect la amsrlng-your hair will he light,
fluffy and wavy, and bays an appearance
of abundance; an Incomparable luster. jl;,t recosnltlon aa the power that mak
""lie Sx-iert's Opinion.
.it... i.rnv'a ilnrtnr hnd called in the
t (rrtftter will she realize (hp vfllnu tit tatl ' . .. . rn Aim-
' if no wed srietiaitei tin huii '
in dealing with a husband , originality Jp ovury gown, ami it Is lit 1 only a good rook, but u lwailer In devls. I Ioge hfr mriext. and her sister Parthsnla
"8he learna to make horself Hdaptablu, training In nuvtering this little touch tlmtjlng dainty ami palatHble l Uk-H. ' WH very much worried about her.
and adaptability has never rue&lvod lt enablaa lier to make a home artistic. "Anil last of nil, the tliessmaker, towed " tell you what I'll do, Meroy." she
es Sh has leuineil to take Infinite iialns I hither und thither by the ouprleen of hsr uM, "I'll Just stand behind the portieres.
doctors go inio me
erythlnt they say."
said the family phvsl-
Softness and luxurlunr th hi 1 a - j. .rmnrB iiv iin ivmii 1111 i'j itti.e iiiiuiiitT j'ainn 1 eiinvi .inu intuitu tit" ui nvr sf'tl, I it juiti nmi,.
shimmer of true hair heal ih " 'B woman as good wife, a perfect hustm ! and trouble.' oml he would do the ame ; women patrons, glows wissry of th-' and then when the
and an Ideal friend. , lo ouro and kai rtt- Iwino. thoush j i-trugRle. nd mtirrlagn to tern map xha l parlor I II hear eve
Get a Ji cent bottle of Knowlton Dan-' "The dressmaker must be pnt ileal. U meant emlleta tohor. tlrelens stud and ' lovn benni In hr drums the nafeit, I "Well, doetot ." sa
derlne from any drug st.tte or toilet toun-, thrifty and wonotnlcal. Kvery diy she is the g9stst ingenuity.
ter. ana pro to yourssir tonlg..t-nov- - 'confronted with the ptoblm of utuklpg "She grow so tired of setvlnr that In burs.
that your hair Is as pretty and soft as tlx yards do the work itl ln, and soIvm ' contrarl with th llitaomi routine of the
any-jrtai u nas oeen neglected or Injured it per die ro.jkln,.- I.e. onus a n-reailon hiiiI slie finds her
oj dre.eai rreaiment mat s al-oj These are not the days when a die-- a Sh U : d ., in .ttnnkr. ft life ale apj.re, lates t' neaee a
sure, can have beautiful hair and lots msker Is given the goods and the paMe1 11. cr. .tte I Iih fo mil that eery dre- Mid f tlrlt) the Ritwr im-an-
iv ou T.I., id iiim uan- and . faithful reprodtu-lion Is hm that is mdker win inmtfm rncs thit trtt,
ocnnt -.mi iiiufmtot. tasked, bbe must put a touch of artist!
the happiest and most acful t,t liar-1 ' wo nterel the parlor after
the oxaiiilnntlon, "what do you roally
little craft uuchorvd foi
lo ltf I
ami beiomei tht l.ptust rou:.t 1 "i ! n'. d
gtnlus Into tlib klKhTt and be times n'tlland must atrrcHatl e of ail wlrs
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down 'n the most comfortable chu'r
' tl at " is th homeliest old mild I s 1
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h mid lie t, . iivei(Uin just I
I t i vo e icn her sister',' I
Good cooks agree that
all the cranberry dishes
in the cook book or out ot
it arc more delicious and
appetizing when made with
All the flavor, tartness and
goodness of the juicy, red cran
berry ripened on the vine. They
arc far better than the ordinary
cranberries bought in bulk from
bands because they arc hand
assorted and sterilized nowastc
economical. We simply evap
orate the water and send theni to
you in package form. Then you
can serve them any day in the
year by soaking them In water accord
ing to directions inside the .package.
They will keep in your home Indefi
nitely without losiugHavororgooUnets.
A 10c. box of Makepeace Evap
orated Cranberries has a cooking
value equal to one rjuart.
Ailc your rrocer todty for Mahcpeaca
Kvaporated Cranberries. Cooking rtcripts
iiulde the packige hut follow directions
then ii you don't lay thev ars belter ilun any
crinbtrrlea you ever bought limply take thein
back to the dealer and ht IU cheerfully refund
your money. Compartion la the real teat.
You be the judge.
In th unlikely arent of your dlr
cot harlaa Makcpcaca ETporttd Crap
twrrioa. tall him to get tbom for you from
A. D, MAKEPEACE CO.
WaroHam (on Cap Cod), Mais.
CAMPBELL & WEST
Distributors, - Omaha