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1 S -n.-Ln.ni - r ILI55EH- WHEN MY I I LlTTLt T3rToTELr?5 lAeT thbv -are all I ' w ' WW Wl T,WR will -aripestJ ! . I I W I - Be a Trouble-Killer! H js iht Very Finest of Summer Sports By Clarence L. Cullen. Copyright. Mil, by Thr Pmm PctCieMne M AYBK about five per cent, of all of the f ik In the world to-day really have aome aerloue trouble that causes them lo brood even though the brood ing can do them n o Imaginable good and may do thrin a good deal of harm. Trie ninety-five per cenL of ua probably haven't any trouble worth mentioning. But a good many of ui In thli latter crowd Imagine that we are burdened with trouble. Hence, almoat any man can be hla own trouble-killer. The trouble with ua !, In all llkell- that we need a little diet or en- medicine. Blllouaneea la not a eerlem aliment, medically viewed. Bat It cause a food deal more than Ita ahara of the menu; mleery and the downright houndUh meanness la the world. The human being who, when genuine ly hlHoua. can eurvey hlmaelf correctly. In hla relation to hla neighbor!, may Hat. But he doesn't run In shoala, so to speak. "The Jaundiced eye" la an expression which effectively Indicates a hopeless view of all things mundane, solar and celestial. Jaundice la merely a cort of sublimated or acute form of biliousness. People of actually cheery and hope- The Day's Good Stories . i -. . j Gay Lifr AT tb leceat nmtltif la Wuliiaatoa of the Ameriraa federation of Sei Hritrj I it. KajratuBd (I. Truxbiuer ot Itulutli, Hid: "at UiU me4.nf we eeiietmlly n,Hjaa gay sai Ufa tliat nMM Anwrli oer eli bllUoua S Mar. "fSf Ufa firm all nine thiasa to a Ton aa. Eon lha teleiiluina" Dr. Tniroliaiier amiLftl aud robtluued: "The trleithfinc girl at rm hotel told bm ihU tbat it dawn tlura tiad runic a call r tW honr eicheiizr. " 'Hello,' aaiil a sian'a toloa f r. .in Hoom -l:i. lata ttw Hotel Hlankf Betty Vincent's Advice ital Shipwr N does an whatever Nut parental in fluence nor tue lure of wealth and position, nor even a real friendship for tha man In the caae should In dues a girt to make tha mlataka of a loveleas Until she la married she can- the many complications anl lltiee Involved In the adjustment ot Bfe with that of her husband. letMaft but love can stand the strain fat the flrat year of married life. Tha ggala will tall you that even love often at It dace It never was the ity tha woman who does not husband Is bound to shipwreck Bar part at herself, even If ths shell of ber married life rsmain it." writes: 'V am in love with a bat ber parents arc oppoced to me they do not think I have money. I am earning a salary t to support a wife In moderate aad have good prospects of ent. The girl and I are botn e. Do you think we ougni to wan we obtain the consent of her ta to our marriage?" enough to be sure that you really for each other. F, K." writes: "Is It necegaaiy that engagement ring should be a dla- mnd solitaire?" Jlo; ta fact th solltalrs Is ao eon gpilanal that It Is rather trite. .onilna Latch Mr WmmmWtmttOtllTl Is The Evening World DtHy Magazin eM ondiy, June 1 ii'-rrrrinni,innrinOTinnnriinir, mm irrn rrvrmm I r-- - - - "S'Matter. Pod?" M - - - - - - -An we WILL arrest) Vou NMOLE TAmOly Co ITI.. V. Vnr 1'i.iUr. Wn.l11 ful natures can and do become gloomy and saturnine end grotesquely pessi mistic when bilious. Moat of ua know from Drat hand experience which la a polite term for self-knowledge how completely hyrnalsh a human being can be under the grlaly, sardonlo prompting of a blHoua condition. A good daal of the world's nagging Is caused by blllouanaaa on the part of the nagger. Blllouanaaa can manu facture more bad temper and peevlsh nesa and Irrltahleness In a given time than all the rest of the minor com plaints of the human organism can make In a year. Also, biliousness can spread a grimier coat of black over the fair surface of that part of the earth which meets our dally gas than all the reat of the second tier of aliments combined. When we are bilious noth ing looks, acts, tastes, feels, smells, smokes, or 18 right. Everything, on the contrary, la dead wrong, and Irremediably ao. Nor, when In such a condition and aware of It, can wa argue ourselves out of IL It is a physical condition and not a psychological theory that then confronts ua. Fortunately for mankind, the blllous neaa Itself Is very far from being Im medicable. On the contrary. It yields very easily to treatment If It did not. humanity would stop where It. nuw la. Society In a universal state of bilious neas could not prosper. The world would be given over to Maetarllnk a "Intellectual spiders." no, the puizled ftrt repliid. Thli U ths Hotel" " 'New Tork ot Washlagtoat " By,' alw replied. 'WuIaagtOB, of eouiae.' 'Ttianki,' the mala eoira aomerad. 'just woke up and didn't kno where I wa.' " Weak loftoa Poet. Another Baseball Nut. BRADY, a young lawyer of WaahlneUa. irallaa to the ball game. It waa the filet aample or the ainrt that the ramoua rl.,i,,r h.A eeet aeen but in aplt. of hla Kngliah accent he took lo all the pointa of the game with greet fTh e Man Pl"" ebe-aaanaattttnanwananas iCoprrlgkt. IS IS. by Jobs A. lloroeo.) "YNOPBIB or PHtl KIMNfl OHAPTRRS tna trea.nr. and hu It trtnurtH t . k. h....... SB tile i'allaadre. Tlian he retuma to hla tiutel. where he bae f.inned I lie acgiiainUDt-e of Mia. niton, a beautiful woman known aa the "Violet RMCW, to whom ha hae Intnidiiceil Npeolah IrAit-i the Z-M'I.ar fllanhind in In Pilt t.tri'. nkpn Tieruey Ivama of Uia theft and auaiecta t'alvarit. Ha fin.l. . rln In . -.,,. r- , Vf I'eitop. Tleraey employe a Kacret Henlca agant nimed BBderpoel, a aoclety man. who lakre up detertlte wore aa a fad. Vaadaaioel'i father owsa If" 0,.lb ul wh Ba. Peyton and I'alrerly Ue. And the ton hint, that be w,uld like te lent an apartment here. Cti AFTER XX. (Continued ) u THOUOHT I would take an apartment there for the rest of the winter pro vided I can get one." "'let one? Why, of course you can get one. You may have the whole hotel If you deslrs It and It will Interest you." "A corner of It will do." "I shall have a nlcs place made ready for you." "Thank you, father." "Of course you mean that you want ths apartment for yourself alone?" asked Vanderposl senior. He was ap pearing to watch the fantastic shadow dancs on the aslien hearth aa he asksd It. Vandrrpoel Junior took a sldewlse glance at the face of hla father. "Of course. For myself alone entirely alone," he replied, and then laughed lightly. "You're an odd tad, I must aay," mueed the father aloud. 'That I know of, you've never had a aweatheart When I was a young man I waa always madly, passionately In love." He paused In his pleasant reflections and alined ths red owners with the tonga. Ah. me" he elgied. "I remember tnam an, one after another. They ware all beautiful and lovable-angela!" Vanderpoel Junior waa getting nsrveue. . i'Mfe' mSfeVm ry to gat an advance loan on trouble, adventure It Is you will rome back safe more tha. ,v t,o.I. Zi fln.er Ltatl ST '"""r.:" ZES 2 L ,"r..C"'.a"a H "rv'r ...iitT .i,V 2Z1 'w.a...a twmm mjm mmmm you Know, wnen I get Into that n Id hi u vn h... i. . .., .iii. n, I .. ......, V "T." "'"..'" "TT . "" sesey- wnen wi emer jmim ;,ov?oxr,: r;sw?s ni -w,,h... U i Should 1 S-,t2K" see, MSUSlotUas uien ilududss fifty hivi trouble .naueh 1 eu... ' , "'" semaiiiw mat your mmsm oi tne iwemy wouin warn out -we trac-crt N r R nhard falverly m. k ih n " dettetlfa euipioj.d lu Jaiaea Ttneii auTVri ti,. nave irouDie enough I guess. mother and I never look ,.,... v,,r enrf iv. niirlv ,tifrr.,,t .i.ri,.n,.-,. .. u . ' .7. mm know the tie marry " I SmVUSri, fflW.fi a,"" "wtBHflB "But look at tha glorloua young lac again." of he content h m I.m . 7iT h V ho occupied thla in a ii aha ctaf . Hlr BttnsM Caliarly ami a woman, earl- . .,,,,, .. . .. contents. mm ami would have got him had she ..u...i ,V" N net lava for M&amBaai'L mTTTtVTaiB cSBSB family end fortune: fine, beautiful ,!.,. Tr.'n-T-. v',yIr r' . . "." rrS .??I"!! Adrian looked y DMtfidaraUeB I EmSmmO. SSJL rJt!tX creaturesany of them asking your aJSFMHK AJk, TZrmXZnJrZZTlZZZ. tiaT-.L, TSL" STZZ.TlTZS ou.ly. S PVVQ I Tb t. you tovt We 6 ISiDEET) A 1 Voun little 4 L I Do? fJ Jm ov 1on't You X' T -1 l. . ' P 11 A The Fountain ",BwBB?BWWWBWHIWWa If the Fountain of Youth are bubblet Love Life Joy Fame Ambi tion Bucceee. And the lovers, the reflections of themselves in vescent sprays in the fountain centre oose from a heart too full of youth. The sprays reaching their uppermost height tttwtbld bach into the pooh and HM sad betas tt was aS eter ondervtood it mjsm mm. Is the ninth Inning, with the store Mad, Dan Mealier, whs can gieitaHy bast out e bunt, laid one dm sal alerted fat filet bees. Be wsa out. Whereupon the Auatrallaa. aprlngiag nadir to hla feat and brandishing hla hat aad Britlah ao. , i. ,i. .,. . "Oh. 1 say I ' What did be do that fort he's last Ms wicket l" Popular lligislsi With a Billion - - tow&kVdmMSKtt pS pour mother about you all the time,' suggested Vandepoel senior, poking aly fun at his bachelor eon. "Tka,'-, . . ,..h1. ' - vw. u, aaa " 1 inw van- dsrposl name and tha Vanderposl mil- lions. I can't get Interested. Now If there was on that wouldn't have me: , . , -u. ml tn , u Z !..' ,?. f- nLhIK 2 tZ ?,v f , a L.T. I Z SSh JSLmi9 then W4- ti-g Matter " ... .' . ., . . anderpoel senior chuckled to hltr.- r, J 1 m " ildest aoi.. me that you re he said slowly, "You need not tell no mollycoddle, my son, hla eyes bright with pleaaure. ".Some times I get to wishing that some great war for humanity would be otarled and I could see you go away to It wi'.h a regiment of picked men, all strapping broad shouldered, deep lunged chape like yourself. I would like to see you at their head and put In your hand tno old sword I carried for four years." your country .or Adrian a race nuanea wun pleasure, to And, fare and hold In err eat was a whatever we discussed was to be con He leaned over and prased the back pf mat.r 0f detail and a genius among the "dentist between us," said Kaurot, aa hla fathsr's hand on the arm of his ttilevea of the world. surlnglr and with the politeness that aJthlfi Tlerney told him of Sir Dlok'a mastery waa horn In him of hla French stock. That would be a chance for me, wouldn't It, father?" he exclaimed. "But I have been to tfie Hoer war and the Spanish war as a kid and I have tan gled up In Mexican revolutions In vain. Except for th Hoer war there was little action. As soon as I get a good atart It aeema to be a signal for tha uplifting of tha sanctified choir of ths stay-at-homes In the noble anthem, 'Ar bitration.' " The butler announced dinner and that Mrs. Vanderpoel was waiting to be es corted lo ths dining room. Fathsr and son left their ohalrs Now. Adrian." aald tha father. "I know you better than you think I do. Thla quiet life ta the Westmoreland ana an adventure back of it, I am aura H NNMMMMNKJM V"TO 3aV? Of Youth (BUl5fe5fcL,f Q By looking deep into the fountain, behold a circle of radiant light; as the effer p Awed. IN the dan when' the eight at yonnf Aautles abroad waa sot ea mStStSS aa tt la to-day, s beautiful Ooaaaetlaut youag waaaaa suds the saoast of Mont it La do ta lha racapany ot a party of BaglUh aad tssrlreiia. aaoatly egtMa. Ths art! Ita had glees esvceiatcsa la aweattuah wua en to the hisiwloa wbioh the aubUaaa seass ad ea thasa. while ths young lady atood apart la aUeues, gaslng out eter the teat proa pact with nmW mm m aaaao a - a - a - a - a. - .. - Juh.rDromn..nr? tfM"ft,f: J.b..a. a -WW- mi, r. me rond parent, under ths pretense of making him a suitable gift on ths thirty- eighth anniversary of his birth, fitted UD an anartment fur Aorian Vandervoel In the old West- moreland, the boy himself was Induatrl- Oil. 1 v hut withi.n- ,.-,'.. - . , . , "imri ec- ulnt'n nl,''"elf w;th the known habit, S"-. BWUaB t the mail who was to b h u'rr'' 1"d on James T'rney once onore. to ask Tlerney agg. tlon. lie found from T . rney that the master yegg had scoured such a good iiuieiwr yega nao secured such a good Mart on the police of the great titles of the world that many bills of largs do- nomination had been changed Into smaller Ullls at big banking centres or had been gotten rid of In stock and bond purch.iaea, the atooks and bonds being resold and pay for them aouepted iti uold or In certificates the numbers of which would not be on record. The more Adrian learned of Mr. Mon- tagua Jeffray. alias Sir Richard Calvor- ly No, 14 M7 Raggi Gallery, the more h" realised that the man he would ha v. of dlsgulae and how bv Simula but well used devices hs could appear stout or lean, middle aged or old, daahlng or de crepit, a mere commonplace merchant or a splendid scion of nobility. He was Indeed protean and in enrly life had been for g time an a t r, and a good one. He had full mastery of his fea tures. But for certain ineaauraments of the skull snd the linger prints in the Rogues' Oallery and lu the hand of the police of the governments and cities of the world Hlr Tilck could fool any Iden tification expert. Tlerney Kent him to Faurot. in charge of the HerCllnn evaiiem .i i'ani.j nr. flea There Adrian learned that In tha matter of human Identification tha ays could sot be trusted. Tha aye soled OK. fit! Ham Ya I You would DO ANYTHING WOULPN i i . . i Top n A - - J r they make the ftttbMeg encircle the heads of the wondering pair. Two Outcasts stand at the edge and look envyingly into the sparkling, cool depths. One is named "Borrow" and the other "Death." There is no room for either in the Fountain of Youth's dreams. ELEANOR BCHORBB, riaaUr that tuned to her Mr seas ssemsliis at hat ssmUoss, aad aha suddenly eiclalaard: "My, slat I Mabr-BtsiTksdys Magsslas. One Idea of New York. H' I had been eat Ipsa by ugs aa ha lipoid rroaa tee faeryboat. It waa Ms flrat elttt to New Tork and for a few ae Mta It looked aa If kla flrat rtttt would be A Great Summer Stoi W Of New York I .. - . - - ........ - mnf S?. " .0f'h. m'"d - ' ' .a man or leieure ana acking iiim no iiues- """ concerning his lnt rest In ths "HoelstyT" aaked Adrian. "Yea." renlle-d k'jinrnl "Unme, r mmm bsat detective are men who when driven to It will twirl a walking click .... , , ., ... ., .nil wrer nvenmg cioiuee, out llley have not been born to that c.rt of thing snd th. dtegiils. la - torture to them l ' dl.auls. st all. for they could not fool a butler. "OccaMonally cornea along such a man aa the on. we are after II. waa probably born to ths wa of educated. probably born to ths waya of educated. wealthy and refined people. If that Is the caae. he dnea not like to work among those who are not refined. wealthy and educated. They bore him and then ha ha aenes enough after "In flrat experience as a criminal to know that the average capable detec- t've cannot hope to reach Into the sst that hoc built up a wall of sodal ra- strlctlon. Do you follow, Mr. Vander- BOClf "I do, elr." Mr Tlernev sent me word that "Thank you." aald Adrian. "Cio on, b,aas. It la very Interesting 1 was aJbout to lead up to the on weak apot we ran generally rely upon finding at aome time or another," re sumed Faurot. "When we are all sorely puzzled for a chance to break ripen a trail we genrrrahy look for the woman." Adrian amllei), fur it scorned trite com ment. "N'ort ao lone ajan Krotlarwl VarI man. aged to pick up lr. Crippen berauae of the woman In the caae," Kaurot aald. "The red wa very apectacuiar but very easy. Ths orlreleaa dashed out to mid sea two descriptions, one of the man and the other of the woman. Both w mawui.e.t th. wAmwe .... .. . . But women ars not aa susceptible to changes of appear an oe in feature ssd TCftlfTAlNLY Vvooi-D ALL,VouE GOTTA .DO : . . . i 16 TO SAY WHAT.ANCI 1VE5T TO op- I Eleanor Schorcr Ms last, says the CReealaad Plata Deal. But pen ally ba etaggared eloog the atiwat mm) "Whet's wroog. ay trttadr tee I teatdrad. "I'ts bees robbed of all ray aaoney,' She tlrtett. "Ha ao Has, I ain't sat e del let." Wherenpoa the mUceaiea burnt kale Issai Bed walked sway. By John A. Moroso . . . " The MB d-crtp- ...m inilUOII I I If WUIIIItn II T Jl T CUFO II Q aa the Clou 51 eel Pen hauteaug. There was an affaire between them, but not tha kind that tell for long, fur It waa a huwiueaa affair between crooks as well aa tha Other kln.l Had tlila woman In this caae been whru we call a aood woman, Sir DU-k, aa we know Ulm, woul 1 not have teen no ll trreuanil for quick dpartur and escape. Hpanlah Liasle aided In hla get-away. A good woman he might have Imposed upon would have known nothing of hla real character and, blindly, she would havs been tin- hindrance to M get-away that w0llld have brought hint here to Head quarters. " "I see,'" aald Adrian. "When your Sir Dick Is really In love and with a woman of the clans that lntereHta Mm, ha will IhM make for the miIin- their one pos sible ciienliii axalnet him tin 1 aJI hla brains ami cleverness." Kxactly th.it,'' Kaurot exclaimed. "I undent tend .Mr. Tlerney baa a iua or a tip. and If he hae something wo have not got I wish him well I am one of the men at Central ottlce who know his work In pant years and know that while he has been nlekn irneil 'Si, I ,1 Ivory' by the plalmvlothss men, lie Is ,t man of foredghl in.1 good hiri a.-nae II. !s ths antithesis of the Sherlock Holmes of fiction and h Is UCCCMfUl because he deals with facts, not thej rl.s " Adrian, by the time he had finished with Kaurot, with Tlerney ami with a careful reaillng of the rllfip.nga of Bcwapapara Hiving what the newapapar men had gleaned of t ic rureer and pe culiarities of hi quarry, sna ready to make hlmaelf comfortable In hla auug apartment In the unlet V, -1 ncrolaui ,n Waahlngt H'lu.ire district. He celehr.itel hla tenancy there hv Inviting hia father to nipper after the opera. V'tttiderpoel r hid not stinted In equipping hla son's spartinent. Fur niture, rugs, silver, pictures and brtc- a-l oo brac were the flnest that monsy aid bay. 16, 1015 . . ... By C. M. Payne I WANT YA ITOGET r . r ? NINE O? l TEN TStOTMB.1?5 . T - I s : Conquests of The Fisherman By OssftltM, JtUw If Ths "I OOtTleD bits rnreew n do nedtl" Connie bit the words oft viciously. What's the matter now?" I aakad, blinking be fore the f aih In her eyas. Tve beoa huyln' a waddla' tree eat far friend uv tine." "Wall, 4ti you pond more than you expected to or couldn't you find what you wanted T" 'Huh! Caleb me apandln' moron I as pec ted tot I aa. peat law, an' I spend lower. Ah' I found what I wanted, too. It ain't that. It Jus' riles ma to buy a waddla' present Hint's alL An' all ths store I full uv whll ribbons an' Imitation llilaa-uv-th'-vallay aa' cobwebby veils. Bride a Month' they all call It In their ado An wall, I ain't lt-thafa all." "Oradouat la that why you're peeved T" I gasped. "Goodness knows you've had mora chancoa than any other woman alrva" "Don't yuh gujppaaa I know ra bain' wise by atayln' oat uv It, till I gat th' RIOHT guy. with enough la ths pay envelope (a kaap tit' teabex aoln'f I could 'a' boon a couple uv Mormons al ready. But really down to my heart I'm eongratulatln' myself that I'm artlU gst tln' my three 'aquarsa' par day wttbout worryln' if any one'a ootlara aama bank (ria th' laundry 1 But It kind uv give me th' Bcjuaaks to-day to aaa all that fluff an' whtta. I wouldn't look aa woraa In 'am myaolf, I waa flgarla'. "But attar all yah o'n oaly wear 'aaa ana day) an If yak put aa tha aama dress afterwards. poapis'D eay: tJaaT That's why aha had bar waddla' Areas made ao punk, 'cause aha wanted la aaa It far a oventn' gown far th' rest uv bar life! Tightwad!' "Oh. X know. Aaf X also know bow blamed twisted ysr husbands eyesight gats after you've baea married a year or ao an' ba tehee yuh out. Tuh can't quite tell whether he'e lookla' at YOU or aome other blot on th' landscape I Yah. I got time enough. I ain't gain' to become a charter member uv lha Bureau uv Bnoumbraaoea far a couple UV year a "Anyway ra better era if rd mar ried th' rtaherman. U X think about him, reel concentrated. I'll ba happy to f They were l.ght.B, their olattto of th demltaeeae VanderpoM aakad tha the manager to let me of the gentleman apartment before we at hla father, curt- 'I was told the name." the father explained, "but have forgotten It, and It ennoya me to forget euc. things. The name waa a peculiar one. and for soma reason It struck m that It might I . l - . ,K. I nave uerri u imuiv ,., uuivu iwi ,,,w Purpose of ausstlng Importance of family." "The gentleman, sir. was Mr. tague Jeffray," said the waiter. Mon- CHAPTER XXI. iJcar Mrs. Psytont "I would be more than glad to have the honor of a renewal of our old ac quaintance of ten years ago In london. Aftsr such a long passage of time I waa not sure when I aaw you In ths dining room t ic other day and I felt that while you thought you recognised ms you ware uncertain as I was," Adrian, seated at his dash In hla apartment, tore up ths sheet of paper on nhtoh he hsd started ths note. The sun was streaming In his loung ing room overlooking Fifth avenue. He ii.nl Anlahed a hearty breakfast, with many pleatant little memories of the night ut the opera and the supper with hla father, but there was a task bMurs him, He tried hla hand at ths note again anl again failed to satlefy himself. Hhe knew he was there, of course. The hea-l waiter would find out from the clerk, who had found out from the manager. The waiters would k' the new from the head waiter and the other servants net it from them. Mr Peyton' maid would get It aa II went along the l.ne. uu 1 Mrs. Toyton In her turn would know who tho fOUng bahetor va, haw ha looked and how Wealthy hs might he. "My dear Mrs Peyton." he began once more, when the telephone rang. He went to the Inatru-nent and placrxl tha receiver at his ear. (To Be Continued SX V ." - T- ' -.... w. ........... w UBSJHIV 0 g a '" m Constance Alma Woodward teg Os. Rtt Hew Task Creates WoM). buy any one a weddtn' prseintt About a week after I met him V confided In me that th' grand paaalea uv hla life Wua ftahln'. An' me tryla ta 'grand passion,' Ao. ! But I didn't let em that a poisoned arrow had entered hw vanity; an' I prat ended I CKAZY 'bout Bah, 'epecUlly 1 abater. 'Be, aa a great treat ha ofTereg to take me flahln' th' foHawIn' abaCay dowa Ir Jamaica Bay, Ha aaa: 'Ooa't wear nothing good. Just th' oldeat things yuh got ta atop 'rati Ad a boat la. We're goin' to have a doe day uv dab la'.' 'Well, aid cloth aa aright 'a' beam all tight for th beat oven though I wua tryln' to make a killing. But I thought . aura Ifd be a full feed, with all th' trim mla'a, at a awsll roadhoaaa afterward. Bo I risked my beat rag. "Wall, aay, aama eld foaati left a book onoe on th' awttehboard by mistake, sm'. K beta' a dull day, aa' aothln' likely em th' akytlaa, I read ta It all afroat tSf Spanish Inquteltloa. "But. believe na that apinaeb affair wua ana golden Jubilee compare ta th' agonies I weat through that dunday aa Jamaica Bay! Ah th' akin food oa my map malted aa broke thratt th SBV w. gevtn' my tace finish a moire effect. The ana begin ta shrink aay patent leather. An' tha. eosaet X had aa got several Msec assBsr In th' oourso uv th' aftemocn an begin to puaoture mcl "An' all shls tlms that dope cat ta tha. other end uv th' boat, trying ta snake a date with a dab what avoided hhn wMh painful Woctalon! I tried te rcfreah my self with ihaagnla uv tetMw fbad. IT wua th' only ch carta' thought I fastsn to. "Aa' than would yah bTtev ttT ta th' coat pocket sandwiches, with caraway aaad In th breed, an' wants me to embrace him dar havta' been ao thoughtful aa wa bsftsg eemethta' a Wag to May aay , I got home I An' goch. that I ravenoua that X could 'a' ate th baM. "WeH. aay, X made n snlssan yn than an' there, that if aver I ant em lead an' wua able to hand It .to nearest means uv uanirlatJan I mt go in' ta put aa much apace between be an' me that th' Mtyd agiiaprMHa M m aaa It far a public park. bean bareaa tar Interior i A Glimpse Into the N. Y. Shops N ow that the flrcteae eUve the housewife dread the summer aaanla and there be ao aaorobad pane to Mart at M, for which yam can atove with aluminum lining. with two aluminum and sta-cunrt, am roast mg dlaka, together with tha lifter, folding baking rack and n At US there Is ass with s capacity of U quarts and three disks, while at IN there la a real kitchen ornament with eta isishlng voces 1 with a capacity of U quarto and Ave tart baking and roaatlag dlaka Per U a act of four laga aaa be purchased which brings the atove to a ear anient height for the cook. Duetleae clothe have lca been In one, hut th chemically prepared duattaaa t Uchmenta that wfll at a map handle are new and moat convenient since they make It pocatble to reach molding, high caaee. doors and ao an without a step ladder. These range In price from II cent a to Jl 26. The new ecmb mop wflj aatlafy Me fastidious housekeeper who nenianl get aatlafactory reeurt from the usual mop It ts a scrubbing attachment for a map handle and can be bad with either hard or soft brtetlce at SS centa An Inexpenalve mop Wringer that Ob viates stooping or putting the banda Into the water Is In the shops Of a metal basket It Is open at th top and la easi.y adjusted to the side of the pall. Its manipulation la simple a wOl wan a cock. an i prlc ts 26 cents. The cook who Is so frequently MS noyed by her Inability to neatly ales tne eggo for the garntahlng will appro , date the aluminum egg allrar that wWk .V litre an entire aarer at one atrtika. "rVaei - price Is 11. The sandwlnh fork Is a nsw and yen i nt article for deftly t ran afar itng a aandwtch from the platter to lha Intl. vtdual plate. Thooe of sliver plats white handle call at HIT and Ua handled arc Uh and cane Walh 3 flfkl. . 4 ..' ISi dtf fli 'l. rt - . i r. s j. &u--ji.uimss f mi a 'e e- e-iA. Aa. - ,tw-'