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THEWORLn 1IONDAYEVENING NOVE1IDER 24 19u2
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WORLDS H 0 l1E l1AG AZI N Eo i
n
the Way of iov
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I Two City Chaps Adventure with a Backwoods
Nightingale
A NEW YORKER LOST HIS HEART
I
2trf Liza Dobsons Heart Was True to Bob and There the
Romance Ended I
BY FRANK H SWEET
Ooprrlifat UK t > r Dillr Storr Publlehlct Co
STRAY chicken wandered aimlessly
+ J about a small clearing
1 J 4 Overhead mairnolliLs and live
oaks mingled their branches while hero
and there rose the stately trunks of
royal palms Beyond the croek and
tretchlng away for a hundred miles
to tho couth and west were the Ever
Clades In the dlatoncn Elrnmcd the
blue waters of Lako Okccchobce To
tiie east was a wilderness to the
north almost twenty miles of almost
Impenetrable jungle And In the midst
the little clearing lonely and wild
and Uffly For except where the log I
OAbln stood near the centre the trees
bad been merely plrdled and now I
rose white and ghostly their Bray I
keleton arms creakIng ana groaning
with every passing breeze Among
them were lone ridges of sweet pota
to vines and nearer the cabin a few
I auppoia we can have the old camp
site by tho creek Mr Lowery In
quired
SuttinRly BUttlngly responded fr
Dobfon heartily You all act Jest like
you ras to home an help yourselves
Theres rafts of garden SOBS an melon
splllnV
Before nlcht the camp was ready and
late In the evening the two men with
their younc guide went down to the
creek for a preliminary brush wit
the alligators And It did not take long
to discover that the girls praise of her
brother was justifiable Before many
days the two men expressed themselve
as perfectly satisfied with his services
As the days went by the relations be
tucen the house and the camp grew
more Intimate Sir Danlclson was an
enthusiast In his profession and found
tho voice of the young frlrl fully as at
tractive as alligator hunting Day afte
i THE GIRL OF THE WILDERNESS
I
THEN A GLOW OF RECOGNITION CAME TO HER FACE
slumps of gumbo and banana stalks
The cabin had but two window small
J openings which were closed with boards
when It rained Near one of these a
foung girl was preparing compile In
the stove behlnO her was the Inevitable
10 kettle of hominy As she worked the
fjirl occasionally broke Into matches of
negro melody or oldfashioned hymns
l ber fresh young voice floating out Into
the forest and bringing quick responses
from the mocking birds and warblers
Two men were working their way
through the thick masses of palmetto
Suddenly they paused to listen
What a voice one of them ex
claimed A backwoods nightingale
It must be old Dobsons daughter
raId the other I was here five years
t
ago and she was then the widest and
happiest little thing I ever sawa beau
tiful child with wonderful voice
Again the clear notes floated out to
them As they died away the first
pcaker drew a long breath
What an acquisition she would be to
m chorus he said
Ills companion laughed
There you go again Never a flncj
voice but you mint be covetous the
penalty of being a theatre manager I
suppose
A few moments later they emerged
Ifrom the nalmetto As they crossed
the clearing the young girl left the
window and appeared In thl doorway
VOT an Instant she merely looked ur
I us then a Blow of recognition came
to her face Before they had time to
opeak she sprang down the steps with
outstretched hands
Mr lyowry for all the worll she
cried her eyes sparkllns with pleasure
THltB mighty plswant to see you
roun again Tawll suttlngly be glad
And I shall be glncl to sco him
laid Mr Lowery heartily We have
had some rnrc hunts together But
how you havo grown I You were only
a llltle girl when I left Tncn nod
dlrff toward hl companion hp said
Ive brought my friend Mr Daniel
eon down to try alligator hunting I
tell him your father Is probably the
bOlt gntor BUldo In South Florida
The ctrls fare clouded
Paws In right pare shape she said
He was lost In the Everglades an got
the shakes powful bad I low he cant
do no more guldin for right mart
The m n looked at iacli other In per
pexity teeing which the girl hastened
to ndl
Cieb cnn guide you all bettrn any
body cept paw 1Ia nln1 1IU twelve
but paw twl1 what he dont know bout
clnt worth takln lemons on
gators
But Mr Lowery looked doubtful
I remember Clob ho said but It
striken ma Ihnt ho would be a rather
small chap in case of emergency
I Paw tays CIcb can get away with
most anything
i Very weU well try him ot course
It to thirty miles to the nearest settle
ment where a guide could be found
i Now suppose we go In and have a talk
with your father
1 An hour Inter Cleii came in a bmall
frecklefaced boy with quick sharp
i eyes which seemed to take In every
I thing Boon afterward appeared MI
l werys man with the camp equipage
I
day he listened to her singing making
comments suggestions and often ac
companying It with his own trained
voice And Jhc more he listened the
more he was resolved to take her back
with him to New York
t would llko tho
training of such a
voice ho said to Mr Lowery She
will make a Rrand womnn some day It
only her language was not so barbar
ous
Hut In tmo even her language grew
less harsh to his
ears And her eyes
wero so brown and deep so frank and
open What mattered a fow oddities
of expression
Onu day Mr Lowcry took him to task
You must go slow Danlclson he
taI1 wnrnlnsly You aro only twenty
eight and Liza Is no ordinary grl But
you know the Impossibility
For a moment his companion made
no reply they he sold
res I know the Impossibility I have
convinced myseif of It a dozen times
I Tho sir is absolutely Ignorant a
cracker In tho extreme ocnso of the
term while I nm what books and money
mailp mo And yet after a lone pause
as PIln aa 1 convince myself of Its
absurdity 1 am sure to bern to make
plans to take her north and give her an
elurallcn
The next afternoon as the two were
practicing together Mr Danlelaon asked
in a matter of fact tone
How would you like to go North and
study music Liza 7
She ralrod her eyea frankly This was
ono of hnr attractions She never
showed embarruasmunt or selfcon
fclauHncF3
I used to low Id like to learn things
right much she said simply but
moneys been scarce an since paws
been sick Ive done give hit all up
There was a wlstfulness In her voice
which he took Instant advantage of
If vou could arrange to KO north with
us he snld eagerly you would hnvo
a chance to learn everything My
mother would look after you and
lilts too late now an theres other
thlnVh
Vh t
AI this moment Mr Lowery came up
With him was n young mnn In rough
COS illTlO i
Excuse the Interruption Danlclson
nlJ Mr Iowery but I want you to
know my friend Norton Youve heard
me spcak of him my BUlde among the
Keys saved my life off Anclote and
nearly lost his own
Mr Dinielson advanced cordially JI
had heard many stories of this brave
guIde and was ead to meet him
nut before he could grasp the hand
a little figure sprang before and Liza I
rrf Bob wo didnt spcct you fore j
orange plckln Then turning about
and with a thy air of tiroprlctorshlii
Hits my Bob
>
UNDERSTANDING
Flush of stfcl and crush of drum
luve tlint way has never come
Hut adown Komn uu > t rltlit
Sh has wlngid her ullrnt tllcht
And no heart but failed to hoar
Her soft prcsinco drawing near
Boom of guns In long array
Lovo has nevtr pone that way
But with gulet tel and low
Hand upon lior 1le 1I18so
Love goes out In some white dawn
On we know when she has concl
Chiries Towno In Alnslect
1
1 FIFTH Photographic ILej ons in Etttquetle V 1 ALL ABOUT
LESSON a 1
Ie RO HARRIET HU515ARD Ay6R Ie JTHE WEDDING
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EARLY all tie bypiths In acquaint i
N ance between young people lead up
to the thought of a wedding
Katumlly therefore tho young people
should Inform themselves on every point
connected with that ceremony
A wedding may be celebrated at
church or at the homo of the brides
parents or guardian It may be an
evening wedding If desired but In
fashionable society tho preferred hour
Is hljfh noon Any hour between noon
and 4 oclock Is appropriate for a
wedding In tho daytime Morning wed
dings aro also quite frequent
Invitations to n wedding must not bo
wit out later than two weeks before
tho diito which they announce They are
CTued In tho name of the brides father
and mother If sho Is an orphan tho
name of her nearest eurvlvlns relative
appealA upon the cards
The correct wedding Invitation Is en
graved on iheots of fine whlto or cream
paper having a smooth anj unglazed
mirface The size Is about seven and a
halt Indies long by six and a fourth
Inches wide Plain script Is the most
elegant lettering The Invitation are
j
aided once and fitted into envelopes
which match the paper In quality and
tint Thcsa are Inclosed In larger
envelopes each carnfullji addressed
Wedding Invitations are always sent by
post
This the usual form
1 I
UR AXD MRS HBYRT nman
requeit the honor 01 you pr enc at the I I
I nurrlaf of their dauchter
I KATHLEEN
to
I MR JOSEPH HASTINGS BRENT
I on Thursday Aftirnoon December tho ttath
At four oclock
Eilnt OArge Church
Eluyreiint Square N w York I
I
The same form Is proper for home
weddings substituting the pleasure of
your company for the honor of your
presence
When a reception or breakfast follows
tho church ceremony a card of medium
size la Inclosed with the regular wed
rtlns Invitations and on this Is engraved
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Groonn And OtlY an
At TlJp r1Jancp
the words
Hiveptton
from halfput four oclock
670 Madison tttnue
n B v r
ft > r he fiYor of u inswrr It requfat
It Is customary to send out Invitations
to the church quite freely but Invita
tions to tho reception are usually con
fined to closo friends and relatives of
tho bride ond brldpgrooni Xobody who
Is only a pleasant acquaintance ihould
feel hurt or slighted by the omission of
his or her name from the necessarily
limited list
It Is considered bad form non as
to send one gen 131 Invitation to an en
tire family Instead of nddresslnt Mr
and Mrs Drown and family rodal eti
quette requires that each ml ill t niemici
of a family shall receive n separate card
The family of Lhe brldo defrays nil
expense connected with licr wedding
Until after the marriage tho bridegrooms
Is not expected to do more thinpny for
the license fee the clergyman and pro
vide the currluKi In which he n < l his
best man drive to the church or house
and the one In which ho and his bride
drive away from it
Tho brldo enjoys the privilege of de
Tv > iTn
cldlnir where and how she shall be mar
ried together with all other matters
prtnlniiiK to thli happy event In her
life Tho bridegrooms best man Is usually
his brother or his best friend He may
bo a bachelor or a married friend The
URhers arc chosen from the friends of
bolh brllo ami bridegroom
In forming tho wedding procession the
ushers lead walking two and two and
two and two the pretty bridesmaids fol
low The maid of hr > ngr li next In the
A ROMANCE OF TJIF IAY > S NEWS
i tiO JOI < E L R S LTS
INQAIINOLING rang the tele
T phone bell and ThomaJ Joiner
Jumped from his chair to answer It
Hello he called cheerfully as he
put the receiver to
his ear
Hello answer
ed tho sweetest
merriest woman
volco ho had ever
heard Is Mr
Johnson there
Suddenly a
vague unreasoning
Jealousy of John
son a being fortun
ate enough to be
called up by the
owner of such a
voice nlled his
breast Lucky
LULU IIIIAER Johnson yet he
man
be another
wished to
hnd never
Hant know he reped his voIce
of Us en
nconsclously loilnp omo
Can
iiislasm Ill nml out for you
ou wait n minuter1
Oh yea called the pretty voice
tender tone
ssumlne an exceedlnsly
I could wait a year for you
rrally mean It7 he cftlled
Do you
agerly nlrtatloutly hardly realUlns
what he was saying
Suro I menu It laughed the little
elrl but before the slowwitted younu
the opportunity nno
man could grasp
ind runs off
the bell tin
however
later
A minute
kled again The vole that called through
hardly Memtd the zame
Ihe tel < phono
It had grown If BUddenly suavely so
date You forsat to tell m > If Mr John I
on Is In7 It ald
I bog your pardon he sHJd humbly I
I dont know what l could have been I
hlnklnr about
He continued n moment later
The boy has Just returned and says
Ir Johnson has stepped out to lunch
10 you wish to leave 1ny message far
m
hImUe
He had expected her to five her nnmr
n answer to this question But she dis
appointed hIm by giving name of 4
M m
firm In the building In which she wan
operator
Half an hour later when Johnson
Mme In from lunch anil upon Imrnlnc
that the firm had called him lip rushed
to the tolephono he learned her name
for a moment after ho hail unhooked tho
receiver the business man called In his
blandest tones Hello Lulu
So the sweet volte belonged to Iulti
of whom ho had heard often from many
admirers who hud heard but njver seen
the chormlnc little telephone girl
thoURh he had been In tho office but
few months I
Lulu known all over Jersey City and I
popular with every one she know who
was dally obliged to refuse dinner and
theatre Invitations from any number of
men she hud never seen but who had
fallen In love with her voice nnJ In
imitably musical lauzh
Can you wait a minute Thomas
Joiner had called and sha hd nrmweretl
loklntrly that she could wait a year tar
film neither of them knowing that she
spoke the truth lint all day long thu
cheerful tone of the llttl Klrls laugh
n In the young mans earn aivi h
d t rtnlned that he would meet the
charming unknown
Hy dint of persistent effort and Inquiry
he succeeded at last In ilnlnK o Miss
Illlyer for thit was
brr surname lio Its
covered liil blusTai
to th tljM of h1 I
pretty pink oars and
Uuifhcd till her gnl
fon hiiid wim dlshrv
< Uvl iviii N ho told i
Kr tiii li vtH f ri
IIut KIO hail I i
In J > wall n > < ir
1U1 rmliJ iitr I1fl
the ple1 < e ilK i Je > it
at the Unit of tllIr I
first mitint lout
three ivnks ijtcr he I
was tilMni Her In
ol < > Tin earnest that
THOMAS JOIVEIt lo waulU keep her
to hir noril
When I atd I could wnlt a year for
you It didnt mean that I wouldnt
loU as easily wait two or threo or
four ahe lauhed tossing her head de
fiantly Neverth when ho took her
< x >
J2111 1s a
tiny muchberlnced hand In his she did
not withdraw It Indeed It necmrd to
slip into his naturally and confidingly
is though it had been accustomed to
It all her life
It was a whole year however before
Miss Illlyer gav her sweetheart the
definite yes which mode him bless
telephone Dell and every one else con
nected with their production
It was another year bofore Thomas
Joiner was alile to provide a homu for
his young bride but love triumphed nt
hiHl over all ohMiolm nnd the young
coiiplo who hail fallen In love not at
Mrst sight pnrhnpu but at first hearing
wire at las milted
Tor the young man and the little
girl with the charming voice and a
person as rnarmlns as the voice gave
prmil e of wero married In Jersey City
iRjit Thursday and the business men of
tho town ore now mourning the toss of
pritty Lulu dWyer
CASTORIAI
For Infants and Children
Ii9 Kind You Have Always Bougfil
Boars tho
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procession She walks alone Just be
hind her Is tha bride leaning on the
arm of her father or the male relative
who Is to give her away at the altar
The bridegroom with his beat man
enters the church through the vestry
and meets the bridal finny at the chan
cel rail The beginning of the wording
march U tho signal for these two to
take their places
The nroceitlon walks slowly down the
aisle till the head of It reaches the altar
There tha paired ushers divide half of
Amusements
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BXTfIA MATINKE T11ANKO1VINO DAY
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ACADEMY CJ1 MUSIC HUi fci Irtlni Jl
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thniu movlne to the right the other
half to tho left The bridesmaids go
right and left In the same manner
Tho brldesr9om steps forward and as
tho brUo removes her loft hand from her
fathers arm he takes her right hind
esntlv and leads her in front of the
waitIng minister
Durlnu the ceremony the maid of
honor stands a few stejw In the rear at
the left of the bride The best man
occupies the same position at the bride
xrooms right Directly behind the maid
Amusements
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o honor stand the father At the point
In the ceremony where he Riven war I
the bride he advances to her side and
Dlacw her hand In the bridegroom f
Ho then takai hli scat In the front paw
of the church with the brides mother
When the ring li needed the Drlda
eroom receives It from his beat maa
and slips It on the brides third nnjrw
Tho bndo may remove her glove en
tlrely for the putting on of the ring
but a convenient custom la < to aUtbe
Clove at tha ting finger before starting
for the church It li then nocetaorjr
only to slip off this one clove ringer
The maid of honor has the pleasant
duty of assisting the bride at thU Im
portant movement Bho also raises the
brlde8 veil from her taco when tha
ceremony Is fully concluded
Oping out of the church the neirlr i
wedded pair ore first in tho provision i
TSie nwld of honor and the best maa
follow nrm In arm while the bride I
molds each on the arm of an usher
wind up the bridal cortege
The brldo and bridegroom are assisted
ay the niiild of honor and best man ia 1
recelvilne thefriends Invited to the recep
tkm The bridesmaids and one or two 5
of the ushers stand near for tho same I
purpose but the remaining ushers make
themselves useful flS escorts In bringing I
up cacti fresh arrival of guests tp creel
tho happy pair
A brides dress at a nrst marriage Is
always white unless she prefers tobo
married In travelling costumt The ra
terlol must be chosen according to lute
and purse but there Is never anythlnjc 7
to prevent Its cut and flnlsh from twins
JiccomlnK and stylish A brldls II sss
Is alwayshlrtnecked and longelee eO < J
The prettiest veil Is of white tulle
BrIdesmaid uSually drftss In oIII s ti
ort and dlUcnto colors Often ther
wear large picture hats ilways they
carry flowers
The bridegroom and the best man
dress nearly alike In full evening dress
for weddlncs celebrated after 6 oclock r
and In the customary afternoon drts
of gentleman If the ceremony Is held
In the daytime
For Bridegroom and Best ManThe
correct costuma for afternoon or morn
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coat Cray trousers hlch white pique
waistcoat a fullfolded white 41k or i
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colorn
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Is the customary one for morning aa
well as afternoon It Is permissible for
ushers at a daytime wedding to wear
black cutaway coats wlrh waistcoats to
match and either gray or neat hslr
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clda these matters for themselves before
the wedding day and they must aU
dress exactly alike
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