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THE GIRL YOU MARRY jk*JWswh *' v m r b There are two kinds of gill*. my boy One kind spend* The otuer keep* >ou from upending <.Maybe they both do. a* wlvea. Figure that out for yourself.) Os rnuntr the girl who won’t let you spe.nd before you are married haa her polnte When ahe takea to 10-rent movies instead of fl playa, It begins to look aa if ahe doesn't rare for anything on earth but you. Juat ao. Hut better decide, before you get the license, who la going to open the pa> envelope on Saturday night. The girl who ao splendidly suggests saving your dimes before the wed ding may count ’em out for your carfare every morning after it! Remember, son. that there la only one sadder sight In nature than a wife without an allowance, and that is a husband whose wife keeps him on one, One Woman s Story Chapter XLVI. Myrtle t’aldwell burst Into my room the next day so full of excite mewt she could scarcely apeak: ‘What <Jo you think, Margaret! Holland Is engaged tu Tod Fteeman. They are to be married almost Ini mediately, aa be baa to go to South America on business and wants to take her with him Aren't you terri bly surprised? I never mistrusted they cared for each other, did you?' Myrtle’s excited speech had given me time to pull myself together At first I was dared Tod Freeman and Holland Lansing’ I had never dreamed of such a thin* I grew hot. then iold. as the thought re curred to me of how nearly 1 had donflded my Jealous ’fe«r* ronrhra ing Hubert and Hol'*ml to Tod th* <f»y before ‘A ‘bankful ness enveloped me. not only that | had refrained from showing mv sueplcious Jealousy, but that Hol land Uinsmg was to be taken awe> Even now that I knew she was to marry T<»d, that was the thing which stood oat plainly !■ all Mvrtles unexpected new*. “indeed I am surprised. Myrtle, and delighted Tod’s a wood sort, and will make her a good husband,’ I answered. To my surprise ! found a little note of chagrin at Tod s defection creeping in. I had looked upon him a* my property in a sort of a way, d<’f perhaps. In h gnat measure. to what had been said to me anrnt his remaining a bachelor hecause of me, my refusal to marry him “I rather thought your brother might be th« one." Myrtle mustd alowly "He's much more attrac tlve than Tod.” “I>ove goes where |t’s sen*,** 1 laughed, my feeling of Joy that Hol land would no more t« mpt my ho* band th»» her Influence in my Hfe would cease overmastering everv Other sensation "Im going »o give a dinner for them I w ant you and Robert. How ard Cuttinr. Miss Blnane. and I think Harper ( ail* ton and his wife. I did think of having several more, but Holland begged me so hard to have It only a small affair that I BIDDY BYE’S GOOD FORM tl I I A woman who Ia wall train*! In fha conrantlnn* narar a*k* quaa liona of m**n wh**n ►h# la travrlln* alo«*>, or she la in a atrnnge city. She *<>»** to an official of th«* boat or train, to a pollromur, or lo tba rwjrular information hi r»*nii of tba hofal. dapartm«-n» ator*. 10*1 otlra, hank or otbar Hnti*wMi» •ham aba bapprm* lo hr. BY CAROLYN BEECHER gave In You think Robert will come, don’t you? It is so hard to get him nowadays.’’ ’’Yea. it Is hard. Myrtle, no one knows how hard but me. But 1 rather think he wtJl manage to come to your dinner when I tell him It is for Holland to announce her en gagenient." "Do you know Margaret there wra a time when I imagined you wen* Jealous of Holland. Had It not been utterly ridiculous. 1 should have teased you about It. I used to think your expression changed, that a queer hard look came Into your eyes whenever ihey talked to each other before you. You'll think I’m a willv to mention It. but honestly I thought It only once or twice, so don’t look »o distressed " fto In aplte of tryln* t«v e«*««i It I had made Myrtle suspicious, to the future I must learn to control myself better, ’ Os course you were a willy.” 1 re scinded, Smiling "Why Robert K tor. busy trying to make a name and fortune for himself to bother with any woman; and I am too buay tending babies to have time for Jealousy. ’ "And too sensible. I don’t think I ever knew any one so young as vou are. Margaret, who kept them selves so cool and Indifferent I never see you show any special ex citement over anything. Now f. well Ned says I wear myself all out en • busing I’erhaps I do, but that Is better than worrying as you (In, and saying nothing lo any one about what worries yon" She looked keenly at me “SptT ft ont. Margaret, whaler* r It is. and you 11 feel better. Excuse my inelegance dear, and don’t think I am trying to force your confidence tint tell Robert or your brother Bruce. He seemed lo have a whole lot of common sense Hut do some thing before your looks , are gone entirely. You used to be so pretty, with your lovely color. Now you ar* always pale, and your oyer heavy Hrace up. Margaret. Bea *l«ort." After Mvrtle left 1 sat for some time quietly thinking over what ahe bad told me, first about Holland Tod I wondered If Robert would be sorry, and I hoped he would not hear of It until he came heme, that I would be the first one to tell him so that I could observe the effect It had on him Os coumo, Mrs. Uwion might have crowded Holland out to auch an extent tha l he would not care as much as he might had it happened before th« beautiful Phyllis came to him Then I thought of what Myrtle had said and 1 knew she spok* truthfully 1 had become so wrapped fr my own miserable Ideas that I felt scarcely any emotion save only when my Jealouay gripped me. and. locked in my room. I gave way to hysterical weeping I felt and act ed Indifferent at other times. Finally 1 walked over to the mirror. Yea, 1 was pale, almost pssty; and my eyes were dull, my lldk drooping. 1 looked thirty In stead of twenty-two. For a mo ment I hated Robert for the change lu me. "He. and he alone, was to blsme,” I thought, aa I studied my reflection in the glass. I rear ranged my hair, them rouged my cheeks. Yea, my pal* neaa had much to do with tny altered looks. Well that was easily remedied, f said alond. as I dusted a Utile powder over the rouge, and sat down to wait for Robert's return htstlsa—»!♦ Slate *e«« Mas—lk*l Is d«lt—Twms Jet nee*—Mala «N LITTLE STORIES FOR BEDTIME By THOHNTOS W. BVRUEBB. Once More Bobby Trie* to Sleep. < Copyright, Hit, by T. W. Burg»« » Did you ever have the Sandman Fill your ayea all full of sand. And then have to keep them open W|«n there was no bed at hand? If you have had that happen then you know exactly how Bobby Coon felt when he was obliged to cranl out of Prickly Porky's bed and go hunt for another. He was so very, a cry sleepy that be felt almost as ’<f be could go to sleep eutoding right on his feet. This was because he had been up all night and awake most of the day before Now he wished that Instead of spending the uight m Ashing and playing about the laughing Brook be had hunted for a home. To be r.leopy and not be able to sleep make* Bobby cross Just as it does most folks. So aa he hur ried away from tbs neighborhood of Prickly Porky and bis thousand lit tle spears he wxa in a bad temper. Os course he knew It was his own fault that he was In sucl. a fix, and ibis didn’t make him feel a bit bet ter. In fact It made him feel worse. It usually Is that way. Bo be grumbled to himself aa he went alone He didn’t know where lie was going He was too cross sud sleepy and upset to do any t linking So he went along aimless ly looking for a place where he might sleep undisturbed. At least he rams to a tall stump, a gTrat big old stump (bar had stood in (ha Green Forest for years and years Bobby climbed to she top of It. If was hollow. Juat ai he had hoped Indeed It was Just a shell, and look ing down Bobby saw with a great deal of satisfaction 'hat the bottom aas covered with a great mass of rotten wood, it would make a very comfortable bed. Moreover It was plain that no one else was unug ft. Bobby sighed with satisfaction It was Juat the place for a good tong nap. He could sleep there all day In perfect comfort. It wouldn’t do for a home, because the «op waa ejen to the sky. and on a rainy day the lna!de of that stump would soon be a very wet place indeed. Put for a nice long nap on a pleas tint day it would be hard to beat. Quaint “Old Folk" Are Chief Characters in “Old Lady 31" From lett to right—Mrs. Ftli* Moms, Vivian Ogden, Emma Dunn, May Galyer. M»*«t Sinclair. »>-«• . -onvep are resident* of the Mom* ror Old Folk in the comedy of sunshine. “Old lady SI," which comes to the Garrick next week. Miss I>unn, the center of the group, is the star of the piece She will be remembered by Detroit play goers for h*-r fine work In the title role of Hel.xseo’s "The Governor’s l-ady.” Miss Ihinn Jumped from in M nue par's into t) at of the mother in Richard Mansfl“ld> production rs "Peer Oynt.’* and ever sines htos “®§§f fMFSST x -C-rT-T»r>^ ome ° f Fa,him and £co„ om > ?.S.i Women’s % , n Easter Suits *25 - *29:Z§ ■ *35 It I [W/ |T /Carefully planned—a distinctive collection JET/ I \ /j of choice new suit* comprising many exact // T H reproductions of expensive imported models II \ [ //» /II The remarkably low ; gjcaa at which these attrac* A ‘fjy |lll \ // I tive Spring Suits have been marked are of ( 'A 1 LJ special significance now, when the choosing y \ XT \V of the Faster Suit is uppermost in br ) j \ the mind of every woman The Materials The Color* f /(K Trlcotlna Jersey Cloth Rookl# Belgian /'/■■M W Gunnyburl Hairline Strip# Oxford Green /// J \ / Polret Twill Checked Worsted Navy Sand J Gabardlna Tweeds Hack Rose / The Style* and Finishing Touche* l'\ \ Belted Models Plain Tailored Braid Bound Button Trimmed //J J *P ort * Models Semi-Tailored Braid Trimmed Fancy Collars T* /H/ j Hundreds of Clever New Coats | Thia te to be the moat beautl- reived special mention at the If" ‘ 1 ’ 111 ' fully-coeted Rprtn* that woman fwblon resort*. I^v**e. nlAutft wtk.. ..... lightweight coats, belted in at Blouaea kind haa ever known-an-1 our sh „ watot; trlm rov „ ls . tab * r • f Exquisite Charm Itmltleaa Eaater display show* dines and trench modeia—sport ____________ every "top-notcher" that ha* re- coats without end. * JTXL.*I9.7S, *25, *29.75, *35, *45 *75 DETROIT TIMES 3 **l flues*,’’ aaid Peter, “that this tins# h« will aietp In peace." Bobby stgbed again, looked all about to make sure* that no one was watch ing him, and then climbed down In aide. "I guess," muttered Bobby, as ho curled up on the bed of rotted wood, which Is sometimes called punk, "that at last I shall be allowed to sleep in peHe«». I never waa more sleepy in all my life." He yawned two or three changed hls position for greater comfort, closed hit eyes, and in a twinkling was asleep. Now, tho lie thought no one saw him go Into the old stump someone did. That some on« was Peter Rab- I It. Peter had followed Bobby Juat ont of curiosity? He had hidden behind tiees so as lo keep out of Bobby's sight. Bo he had seen Bob by climb the stump and disappear inside. "1 guess.” said Peter, “that thia time he will sleep In peace. No nr*» is ltkelv to And him there unless it should be that Sammy Jay or Blacky th- (’row happens to fly over and so discover him. They wouldn’t give him a bit of peace if they riiould. Hello' There’s Flnrlty’s voice now. ond he -e« ms to be com ing this way. 1 think I will hang around a while.” N#a *vug*‘ hv manager* for ‘ mot!* er" parts. Mrs. Mon I* Is the widow of the well known actor Felix Morris, and w|ih Mia* Ogden, Mias Galyer und M!*s Sinclair, haa played every man ner of stage character and support ed practically all the star* of this uml a previous generation. Mias Galyer, who Is cal’-1 the "Billie Burke of the home,” made her Stage .lebur at the nge of flve. and four vear* wa* known as the child star. "Little Mav." The Confessions of a Wife Tokens Os Love Keep Hearts Aflame. "What made you ask me that quasi ion about betug on the laid} Salvia, ’’ 1 inked Donna Tenny. ‘Simply because I seemed lo feel your present everywhere on the boat,” she answered, "but more than all else, I felt It in Vfalcolr. Stuart’s stateroom Why, Margie. ‘At room seemed more Ilk* you ih..n evt u your own room in your ho»*.e." “Deecribr ft to me/' | said "I am f'u*y anxious to kuuw wha* kind of a room look.i like me.** Aa , s-*id this, little book. I had a qu. •»* kind of excitement Inside of me. It se«-m «and so strange that Malcolm Stuart should have a room In hls boat —a room In which he was to spend most of hls time—that seemed to otte of my friends to look as tho I had fur nished It. “Well, to begin with, the wood work la all painted white.’* There la nothing original In that.” I aaid. “Almost all boats are painted white " ”1 know it." she answered, “but the carpet Is white with sprigs of salvia dropped over It. Over the built-in divan which I suppose serves sm a bed is a gorgeous silk cover of salvia color, and let into the panel at the foot of it was the picture of a woman standing knee-deep In glow ing. bl(*omlng salvia-—her arms out Stretched and her face raised in a way that seemed to say, T*n glad I cm alive.’ That woman. Margie, was an idealised you." "Oh, Donna, you certainly are r» mancing. Malcolm Stuart never had my picture-- in fact, I have not had a picture taken in ream.” "I can’t help that. Margie, that painting certainly looks like you not as you look every day, perhaps, but as I have often seen you when you have been particularly happy. "The whole picture made one glad to be alive Juat to look at It. It was placed, too, ho that as ! lay there ♦hat afternoon, the sun came thru the window and suffused It with an upcanny radiance.” '"Did you mention my likeness to Malcolm?" "I certainly did. and was met with the as«ertion that the picture had been painted by an artist in Italy i who had never seen you. Malcolm Stuart said be, too. had noticed a resemblance. He said It seemed to I him to look as he imaglnad your Joy 1 ous soul must look when shining thru your eyes." “Thai was a pretty compliment.’' ! interrupted. ”! am glad someone thinks I nave a Joyous soul. Tell me what else was in the room." “Nothing except a small glasa-cov- ' ered table on which waa a wonderful piece of coral carved Into a spray of aalia, and many book In red bind mgs." ”1 can’t understand, Donna, why the room looked like me. I am not ht all fond of red*iod I would never use it In the furnishing* of a room - roa aertamly must koow that, I *on na." "Yea," she answered. ”1 know that, and It may he the picture that stamps the room with you. but some how. Margie, all *he afternoon as 1 lay there with that aching tooth I had the feeling that you were going to walk In any minute. Why didn’t you come with us?" ”1 was not feeling very well that day, and besides Dick wrote me while he could not get down for the sailing party there was a possibility (hat be might get do* n in the after noon, so I waited for him." "Devoted wife *" ramatked Donna lightly. Then slu* added more earnestly, "Margie, 1 have often won dared at the happiness of you and Dick. You have never had any ml* understanding* have you?" I only emiU-d but 1 wondered, lit tle book, what ahe would think if she could see eonie of lh*' confl denoea I have r*|H>*ed In you. You hnve been my only confident as 1 have alwaya had a very strong feel ing as long aa a woman It vex with a mail aa hi. wife ahe should hold in violate the sorrows as well as the Joy* of her married life To Donna Tenny, Dick und I have bwn ideally happy together, and yet ahe divorced Hill for only a euepirion of what I watt eure in Dirk’a can* True, she found ahe could not be happy without him and went back to him. but I think, little hook, to moat of uh the knowledge that the world known our sorrow* or out alne la the hardeat of ail things to bear. Strange, that Malcolm Stuart has ne\er mentioned that picture to me! (To lie ('ontinned t '~Z n ii£T Society gig .Ii Mrs. Willis K Buhl Is expected home. Sunday, from Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. James Coslett Smith will return from California next week. Mr. and Mrs. John Walker are rpendlog a few weeks in Atlantic City. Mr. and Mrs, Carl M. Green have gone to California for an extended trip. Mr. and Mra. Jefferson H Wet $ are receiving congratulations on The arrival of a daughter. Mrs. Cameron H. Waterman has returned from Pittsburgh where she was called because of the death of her father, Reuben Miller. Detrottem in I>cl Monte. Cal., in clude Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rosenfeld. Mra. M 8 Aronhelm, Mrs. M. 1* DOUBLE ||" " 1 .i—rrvi ; ---■■T-v, |. IXHJBLB *«, ELLIOTT-TAYLOR FRIDAY | WOOLFENDEN CO. FUDAT in ll a., l i,.jeß= Woodward and Henry ■■■■»*■*■■■ Comprehensive Showing of Women’s “ Tailored Suits and Coats Everything that i» newest and most charming in a wealth of striking style tendencies. Including Newly Designed “Stylish Stout’* Apparel in Sizes for Women to 06 Bust Measure New Spring Suits at '19.95, '24.75, “29.75, '34.75 Great assortments at these popular prices—many exact reproductions of the accepted high-priced models; others in stunningly original styles from the most clever designers. 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