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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1992. 11 , "Marry! nig on "Notltaiinig Sophie Irene Locb Ably Discusses This Question ,On This Page To-Morrow i' BggBB3BTOiffllCHKIXIIIIMXa The "One-Piece Meal" An Interesting Article On This Page ToMorrow By Mrs. Christine Frederick Five Keys to Women's Happiness ttxcufii wmnssssas I I Neysa McMein, Artist, Selects "Self-Adornment" As the Foremost Key 1 8ELF-ADORNMENT 2 DOME8TIC INTEREST 3 LOVE 4 SOCIETY -SELF-IMPROVEMENT "The Woman Who Touches Op Her Eyes to Make them Bright Also Brightens Up Her Soul And the Woman Who Finds Happiness Through Adorning Herself Has Little Time for Doctors." Can You Bea'i It ! cfeyi Hsfet int. y Pt Trk Brrata Worll) rra rb. o. By Maurice Kctten MS2 Minimum nuux lwtmm naraara First of a series of five inter views with famous authors and artists in which each discusses one of Vie five keys to women't happiness. Iw ily and friends happy," I Interjected, "I know ltl" exclaimed Miss Mc- through tUe ages. Tho Egyptian "but abe makes them proud of her. Meln with enthusiasm. "I have a women were happy with their flowing The husband who has a wlfo who Mend who buys a n ew hatlns tead of robes, ther Jewels, their coiffures of . ., , . . a bottle of medicine. That hat Is braided hair and love-locks. Tho dons pretty clothes and who uses tho her key to happlnesa. 8he declares Greek women adorned themselves to proper cosmetics Is always pleased to the medicine would make her think bring ot their grace and beauty. Introduce her. Her children want about her Ills, but a Jaunty hat while the Roman women were most every ono to 'meet mother so thai by makes a now woman of her. happy when adorned In togas, cm- Vricht. 1822. Hjw Tortc Ev.nlns World) usIn(. her key, of .adornment sho "Personally I am very tono rco BrwaerM tunics and sandals and hat is bo Illusive yet so eter- opens mar,y othcr doora of happiness am always happy In red. and I have laces. II onnhantlnir as the key . . ivuuu my uiuucio jjuou . ucicHuuiuiuut m pruuuuiy uiu nauy encnani j, "And, above all, Bho Is satisfied with shade. It seems to make them happy most feminine' key to the door of hap to a woman s happiness? ... . and to love life. Self-adornment? If plnoss. What brings her such rare saus- . a woman can find her key to happl- The next interview will So with By Fay Stevenson. 'her key' Tho door to HAPPINESS I How many wom en have tried dif ferent keys to this door and found they did not fit? How many have battered their knuckles and pounded In vain because thoy al ways tried the wrong key? Life's corridors closed doors, but there Is a key for every woman, the locked all her life. At fifty sho will take as much pride In her personal appearance as she did at twenty. Her ' spirit will never fall, she will not suf fer from ennui. Self-adornment has made many, a woman happy eternal ly, bo." "While the woman who has found her key to happiness through malting herself beautiful, or at least attrac tive, may seem to waste her time selecting gowns, visiting her hair dresser and experimenting with cos metics," I remarked, "she Is so busy with these tilings that she seldom has time to think of her health or to visit Lctlon such lifelong Joy as to And Slio may bo happy In thjs room of ne88 tnroueh door let her go to Ida Jane Button, who lelieves "Do paction, sucn iu self-adornment which sho has m- it." mcitlo ncreif" furnish a thinint IT7n Tji i ) LIES J ( I I I AM 1 . K A. . . M I I T WATC 1 V . . Government Can Make Income Levy a Pleasure So Long as All of Us Are on Federal Sucker List, We re Entitled to a Simplified Blank. doctors. Isn't she flndlncr hnr Icrv tn one key which will take her into her happlnosa ,n a yery B,mple( lnexpen. room of happiness. Blvo way mer a( when you 8omo women find their key to hap. . , . tv plness through self-adornment, do mestic Interests, love, society and elf -Improvement. Then, open sesame! hoy havo found their Utopia, and because they aro happy send out a tadlanco and Joy of living all their lives. ffo Neysa Mcileln, tho talented fertlst whoso bewitching feminine mends grace so many magazine toy- ers. X turned to hear her views upon By Neal R. O'Hara Copyrifht, 1822, (N. yorfc Evenlnf World) by Praia Publishing Co. RATING Income tax win be a one tablespoon of butter. Btlr well pleasure when we get an Ideal until cooked, minus 10H C, with tux blank like this: cloth tops, substracted from 1861-65, (Form 10.40 A. M.) Inclusive) Name If you are a citizen of Less personal exemption and credit McMeln. "Oh yes, tho woman who the united Hiaies, wnie irom one io ror aepenaanta iror children, deduct finds happiness through adorning her- three cheers hero Are you mar- J400 apiece. Three for f 1,000. For self has little time for doctors. It ried? (Yes or No.) ...... On the last wives, deduct $.000 each. Only ono would Interfere with her beauty for day of 1921 were you living with wife allowed to a customer) her to be 111. so she usually avoids your wife? Were you speaking TOTAL OF ITEMS 0, 10, Jack, the wrong sort of food, sleeps tho to her? Queen. King right number of hours and lives most on New xears uvc, ivu, wero yu jjajluunu, uiem zmu, without mo- who Is constantly giving her time and money for medical service?" "And who never finds a grain of happiness or comfort," finished Miss ISTriATTWE PRESENT ri& ) vaa awful! cheap and; COMMON J CHEAP, ) d 1 t r 1 ;t 1 a ra itho woman who finds her key to hap- hygtemcaliy. But tho most Important supporting any one?. .. .Are you sure rocco binding, minus Item 9316, post- plnesa through self adornment, "Soli-adornment?" asked Miss Mo- eln, as Bho settled back in a big wing-back chair In her studio at No. 7 West 57th Street and smoothed hor uxuriant golden-brown hair whlcn o wears 4n a largo, graceful coll at he napo of her neck; "Why, sclf- ornment Is a woman's foremost key to happlnos3l It is the hey that eer fatteth even when she is fat. Hair and forty- "The woman who has found the key to happineat through personal adornment has a life work, a life interest. Nor is sho vain. By adorning herself she flivei pleasure not only to her self but to all those with whom he comes in contact, whether they be a husband, friends, or IllUi V ii.i.iiiii..pii...i personal adornment is a spiritual ozone and has an altruistic effect." "Not only docs sho mako her fara- thing In self-adornment is the men tal stimulus. "The woman who spends much time in personal adornment, who rubs in a delicate pink upon her cheeks, who makes her lips as rosy as sweet sixteen's and touches up her eyes to make them bright, also brightens up her soul." This from the artist who creates such interesting girls with rosy lips, with blue-black hair and Titian hair you could walk yourself? How many children are dependent on you for support? (Write name, age, col lege degrees and voting precinct of each child) Anything you say In the following list of lncomo questions is liable to be held against you at the rate of 4 per cent. INCOME. 1. Sularios, wages, commissions, tips, trading stamps, beer checks, paid) . Normal tax (4 per cent of Item 2640) Abnormal tax (8 per cent, of Item 9316) Surtax on what you've got left.... TOTAL TAX (including your last nickel) Signature (Full set of directions to nearest bread line on receipt of your money, check or draft) Hek P r ) 'To kin-1 l( &A I i WW I II YoukPReseMT ADoRA&LE( 1RS BILL.. LOVt - a.. :?. which glitters and dazzles, conUnuMUsTclilln,1 "and wornn cigar coupons received. (See Inatruc- WMsa never looked so pretty nor so attrac- tiona No. 46772-B. ready mado clotn tlve In their lives as they do rierht lng section, any xnali order cata- iiuw. x uu iiul iuiiiuro piv encu eyo- IUM a S UUL 111 14 W VAVU OJHJ" V brows or artificially curled bobbed 10Sue-' , hair. But tho color tho dash of red 2. Income from partnerships, hdu upon the cheeks, tho carmine upon claries, phrenology, philology, psy tho lips and the way girls bring out chlatry, etc. (Explain in schedule venous"081 lmportant featur03 13 mar" adopted by Pacific Coast League.)... VC"Thc"n you think tho clothes and 6 7-8th. Profit (or loss) from busi cosnietlca havo a psychological effect ness or profession (Including Sun- uron tho woman who finds her hap- daya and holidays) don't you love tho If Washington Were Alive. To-Day plness asked. through self-adornment?" Why Not Look Your Best? I By Doris Doscher (New Vorlc Evcnlne World) by Press Tubllehlng Co. way (they use parentheses) to make everything seem (so much simpler?) (Answer "No, dammit" or "II 1, yes!"). D Copyilcht, 1012 EAR MISS DOSCHER: Kindly advise me what ) can do for blemishes on the back. 1 fol low a careful diet and batho regularly, but have been troubled with pimples and blackheads o n my back for n long timo and cannot get rid of them. ELAINE F. The best trcat- tho ptmple3 and black tho back Is to apply It to iremaiu on for a llttlo while ana hen use a stilt brush with a long tiau- lilo that will cnablu you to reach tho cntlro surface, and with a mild 3uap blvo a thorough scrubbing. Follow 3.1416. Profit (or loss) from real estate fwith parantnesesj wun- -m , out parenthesis...... 'rhJEf 99 44-100ths. Other income (in- Kmm ciuamg DoouusKiHB. iic-wpi"u6, V.1K'iflC mcnt for hcadH on cleansing cream and allow ing, cleaning or pressing your friends) TOTAL INCOME (Items 1 to 2.30, minus oue hour for lunch) half the measurement of my calf. You should loso about ono Inch on fllra-flammlng, panhandling, spong the calf and I think you will find that by massaging with an upward motion every day for at least ten minutes It will rt-duco tho leg. Ex ccssivo exercise will only tend to enlarge the muscles, so In your caso tho massago would bo better. Dear Miss Doscher: I dislike to use rouge. Is there any other way I can have a good rosy color? E. S. You will find wonderful results may be had by simply rubbing a pieco of ico over tho faco for a few minutes oach day. Dear Miss Doscher: I am a young woman twenty two years of age, weighing 140 pounds, and my height it five feet two inches. Please advise me if I am overweight and if so what exercises I can take to reduce. Also is there a special diet I can follow? F. A. A. For your age and height 125 pounds tached to these great and time Immortalizes. DEDUCTIONS. 57. State your deductions as to whoso initials were on that pink nightie 371-W. Have you any other inter net In tlio Hnllvwnnrt mvsterv? 371 J. Taxes p:ild (not Including docum' 4t- whJoh memory tGth ederal tax, State tax, municipal tax, iioll tax, auto tax, tobacco tax, water tax, amusement tax, luxury tax, ln heritance tax or club tax) 1492. Losses by Are, storm, stud pokor, earthquakes, wrong numbers In pay station booths, cyclones, bet ting on Pittsburgh Pirates, typhoons. Copyright. 1022, (New York Eveninc World) Dy 1'ress lUDlleninj Co. By Sophie Irene Loeb. THIS Is the week of Washington's birthday and every (school hou.so 13 ringing with tributes to tho "Father of Our Country." Havo you ever stopped to think that tho big men of tho world havo been remembered for ono special thlnir that Is, each was a tpo clarlst In his line? When you say Freedom, ynu L.u ttajJpl n o a n Lincoln; when you say Democracy, you mean Jefferson: when you say Wireless, you mean Marcon.; when you say Klee trlclty, you mean Edison and so on. Thus when yon say Washington, you think of "Tho Father of Our Country." A bignlficant Glory is always at- en a human For example the truth, the woes of tho world would bo lessened enormously. Co Into the commercial houses and you will find that men are put into high positions because they cannot be swerved from tho truth of things, good or bad. They will look matters Miuarcly In the face and, whether they are right or wrong, thoy will Insist on tho truth. They will tell a man the truth about his business, no matter howt much it hurts. Thcso are the pcoplr l in.l..uli.MiuiuiMiuiMikiiij!MiyiHiivnfrimram-iinjiuMiji The Jarr Family that aro constantly being hired aWl could be avoided. aro never tired. They can always jo Endless sums of money and energy By Roy L. McCardell CspjrrlSUt. lNr Tork Cranio World) by Fnu Publishing Co. TV RAN OLE stepped In Sol's would die with a broken nearx aoy- T' IVI noke shop and passed Into X; .nndthon ou weat toome Is lwx . ,. ,. slept It off." . this disclosure of tho silent discretion-, of Bol, which encouraged that gentlo-M man to further revelations. "And you, Slavlnsky," Sol went on. '. "when your brother-in-law made the . trouble the time you've been telling r about, when ho put tho money by r mistake tn your name In the bank tnd nnt vnnr wtrVn. like she told him '' when she gave It to him, and you got1'' home about it. a. 1ie great harm that has been done by lies, even so called "white lies," Ini a social way Is Inescapable. A ufcman will toll a story about another, a deliberate Ho, which bho thinks huge Joko. It may have the sera- g0l the mystic wink, and gazed bfiince of some truth, bt the way It around at tho assembled gentlemen Hi told lends he He to It and sadness or the neighborhood who were play- f.nd sorrow follow In Its wake. ing pinochle. ' Dally there aro thousands of oc- "Where's Ed, JarrT" asked Mr. currenccs creating a world of misery Ilanglo, noting the absence of his In tho office, If truth were to dom inate. Interminable clerical work particular friend. "I don't know." replied Ilafferty, the builder. "N'ono of us have seen him for a couple of. days. My wife own JZTv relied upon and you know cxacjjy are being constantly spent In making wa8 agng me this morning If I had J"' i - i . . in . . , . laco where you stand with them. records and memoranda and wrltlnc The opposite typo Is ho who fortver receipts and making confirmations of cimoutlagcu and is covering up tho understandings ns between pcoplr, truth and making it appear somcfhlng for tear some on Is going to llo tlso. about It. "Sure not!" chorused the crowd. Dy golly, Sol. a big heart you got heard that his wife had left him.' "Well, has she?" asked Bangle. "Maybe It's Just for a few days, It," murmured Slavlnsky. lllio I left my wife once." remarkod "Sure, 1 got a big heart,' Slavlnsky, tho glazier, "but I went Sol complacently. ropllei and I got an In telligent education, too: ana l gos mnti.u In hunk than SUV of you. As the rest of the gentlemen of the K i. i ni fnu that I holler quality in a child tho world wfmld be "co alone, and multiply this by tho neighborhood paused In their pinochle b ut nard tlmes. But j never say ' . . ... tn 1mtnn Hf Ululrln.bu mnHmi.iti .... ... . anything about these mings, ao u . . . . .. i-ni ni wr . . wouia do moro prevalent. stairs, just as The self same little etorv of Wash- oh V. great work can be devel- what I don t like. Is coming up. My tngton and the cherry tre. If told tped In a propaganda of truth. Con- udB tZrolhlrT often enough among children and rep- itantly we are eliminating duplication 1 ,dnuckthBend e" "V ho ge"s leaemeu u (imi viiiuc, wuum uu lum ui.uvvooulf ciiun, nu t.w.vw. Knocked unsensible, and I feel bo If every parent would realize, what Just toP a mhluto and think of awaJr laughing." a ureal usset truth Is as un innate what this work entails In a Fmnll L . . . i)M,.nn r m. ,hr,,hnn tl.n i1 iioiuii, xir, DiiivinsKy cominueu a tnucn uouer place uau npPineso o- ,, . . rtn ah m-roft that finl was secrecy It- my brother-in-law, fel "Well," remarked Mr. RanKlo,. ( "even If Mrs. Jarr has only left her -husband for a few days on a visit, we won't see htm. Ho'll bo homo ook- there Is Lincoln's "by tho people, of more g00(i than all the whtpplngs and -experts are working overtime: but sorry for him that I can't helping lnf. UeJ lhf,kirf .. puniamiiuuu. uiai uio inmc.ou ou cm-, b thB AllV ts he who will slot machlneB. droughts, roulette his by a.rlnslng with water of a cool- would an ldea, weBnt; however, whoels. hurricanes, blizzards, church . .. tr tcmporaiure. ir tins is repeatedly . nnnnrin nvnvihrht l not tn. . . . j coumrymeu. ..i ...i.i. .l. ' TairH. noons, r.iniiauursis auu i&uiu . . ... . Bippiiwu, u-iuiiu .vim Lim uiet you aiu allowing, I am sure they will disap pear. Dear Miss Doscher: the people and for the people," which will nevor bo "forgotten. And a for Washington, tho slmplo little hatchet story In which his word, "I cannot tell a He," Is as ront; In tho hearts of tho people as tho fact that ho was "first In peace, first In war and first In tho hearts of hla I would like you to tell how I can get rid of dark circles under neath the eyes. W. K. Dark olrclea under the eyes aro .ymptomsrof fntiguo or internal dls rders. A -cure of the Internal rtla urhances la tho first requisite. Tho facial massago will also help. Dear Miss Doseher: I- . I - . L ! I nn Jn mm IS incio aiiyLiunu nun uw ww jl I reduce my calf? I've tried many 1 I exercises, dancing and walking, H I but havs been disappointed. My Jl I snklo is ver thin, being just fa1u nnns Mnnnlilt rRt fl And UlltO- much, but systematic exercises, es- peciully those that bend and twist the mat 8lotfl torses will greatly aid you. El mt- 1776: Contributions to waiters, nating too much starch and sugar from Ponzl, your wife's alma mater, taxi the diet will completo tho reduction drlverS( loag0 Drothers who left tholr n r, u nnoy to their other pants pocket. D" am'Veventeen ''year, of age. hat check boys, hat check girls, guys but have a very muddy complex- that haven't tasted food for two days, ion. Would like your advice, as it k Pullman porters, bookmakers, G.O.P, nll. MA collectors spoils my appearance. M. A. Perhaps you have been Indiscreet !n the matter of diet. Too much candy eating, or you have not had sufficient outdoor exercise. The gen eral condition of the body Is reflected In the complexion. Try a daily bath followed bx tho aftcr-bath rubs. TOTAL OF ITEMS C to 3, 13 ln-ntngs And when you come right down to It, thcso simple phrases have done moro to Influence tho thoughts of the people than tho big Issues. If Washington were allvo to-day, I believe tha. ono thing h; would Insist on teaching would be truth anil tho valuo of being truthful. Nearly all tho Ills and thrills of tho world are based upon this ono thing truth. If truth were to be mado u prune clement of life and living that In, It everybody would bo estimated on how iicn lor lying, usually sucn cnasr . tisemcnts encourage lying the nevt " timo In order to avoid another w- the lies la Hfo and making a more ralgnment. truthful world. ; j . mm . w j nclps ror the Mother 5 By EJmilie Hoffman a joke It is on my .'"' , "Z "7 laughing what wife." "Welt," remarked Mr. Rangte, on whom this matter of skillet had made considerably less tmprrsslor. than It had evidently had on Mr. Slavlnaky's brother-in-law, "I don't think there's been any trouble between the she ain't there." s Housewife's Scrapbook One housewife uses the potato T TADDOCK ts y cheap fls. It costs ctmslder ably lessj than halibut tind can bo used In tho namo way. Ifproperly prepared it wfll bo Just as appetlzlng und you will nave 10 cents or moiv on every pound. If you xrrust get brcikfast In a hurry you -can save tlm by soaking the ceretrt overmlght I, will require Just half the time to cook. Thoee that mist bo cookrd long, like oat- comparotlvely and re-heated for breakfast will lose nothing 'in method. a They gone away on a Malt for a few days, and there's no harm In that." "Then why don't Hi Jarr come around and tell us about It?" re marked Sol, who had Just got rid of inc nastry. She claims this works quicker and better than a knife and she always serves tender, flaky pies. tusto by this u cul,tomer and returned to his game. "I don't want to know nobody's bual- ness, but he should come here und tell It Is eui economy to keep the me all about It. I never talk ubout kitchen fire from day to day Just as people's private nffalrs. Them things . ,i .... ir Is confldentlaller to me than the pass you do the furnace. This Is easy I of my whJcn ,a you burn hard coal in the chestnut on t0 th Uomet. this week. I want size. In the evening ruke out the to ask you right In front of your face, ashes from beneath, put on coal, open John W. Rongle, about the time your Dread crusts should be dried tn the oven and put away In a paper bag or grated and put Into a covered glass Jar where they will b handy when you want them In a hurry. COMPUTATION OF TAX. Ket incomo (Item 13 above plua much und how highly tUy regarded meal, ua be cooked, the day before partially open, all the dampers. When coal burns fill tip with more coal to top of grate and close dampers. It .m advisable to Icavu the check-draft dumper in pipe wife threw you out and you came In right where you stand and wauted to borrow 110 to commit suicide with, and when I won't lend It, you suld It didn't make any, difference, as you. Marshmallows can be easily and rapidly cut with a scissors dipped In cold wator, Uso tho scissors wet. When buying tin baking or cook ing utensils rub them with lard and heat them In tho oven before using them. This prevents them from rusting. Jams. Mrs. Jarr may have simply muaner to mX flour and lard tn mak. " vArtA awnu in n vHalt tftm n asv ilmu . . . .'I n r:1 J- t r - - - - T"