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fmft :fF s- .v a -W 'S' i , , ft. r v - '1 I?' i fVf s t iV bl W r. 1 e j i Vl i -ii A T CUPID'S CALL. By MAY CHRISTIE 'M :" 4Wnl TirKn tt ffnrrtmittnn tl ell flirt' nm pes I tare secretary, ana is m tove w ' of his clients, Dick Calardin, DeU mined a position through Julian vanaa "f er, an uncrupwIou adventurer, who mwtm IVUIUi MJ.VM a.iw.i.-..' ""- -- Known JJick in Alaska aii "- fcn to oe ei dfamond ioMca ' o""1 nnd aheays carries. Dick it in love Uilth Mary, but Eve has her eve on Him at icoll as. on Julian. Bcllairs en to marry Mary, mho " 'taytno t his country estate to do some work tor him theie. DICK'S SYMPATHY t mUB (fame wan not lost yet, of course ( X thouK.it Eve. She would try another '" Pleane ilon't peak o sharply to me." Her llpi trembled (or n 'o m c n t in a mall, pathetic Salle. "I lime enough to bear In the present sit uatlon without , thnt." The small pa thetic smile re minded Dick n . i s j $S I t .?: ni& little bit of Mnrv MAY OHHISTII Drew. And. therefore, it Impressed I i.in r-.i, i. ...i.i i.i i i.- i..i , him. Perhaps, he told himself, he hnd teen mistaken in tliiiiMiis Ive llochcs ter no designing. "I don't wish to be unkind." he said. In a softer tone, "but fianknoxH nlwa pay, I think. Of course. If you usuie me thnt you didn't create nn faNc im predion as to the situation existing be tween you and me. then that'i all right." "Of course, it is. I never even hinted that yci liked me." Ke protested. "But Dick" she leaned a littl for ward till her left shoulder touched ills arm "Dick, you don't dislike m? If I thought so. that would hurt me terri bly. Honestly it would." 1'hcre was an intoxicating light in Evc'b blue eyes, an alluring curve to her young lips. Had Dick not Iocd Miss Mnry Drew so uttcrlt lie sureh must hac felt some momentary attrac tion toward the girl. But no answering light glowed on the young man's face and I've nt once de cided thnt a different "line" would huve to be attempted. "There's one thing I wnnt to tell you," she ald, with apparent frank ness, dropping the slrenish pec, "and that Is, that I want youi friendship Dick. Plenso don't connect me with cither engagements or intrigues I'm nick of them. I've no wisb to be mnr rled no designs on any man. I don't wish to heai tl e sligl test rumors on tl"' ubject. Hut I do need friends."- A momentary compunction touched the man. He hnd been too hard on Eve, J mswrm w THROUGH A WOMAN'S EYES By JEAN NEWTON Is It a A man who was sent to jail because ht wife said he treoted her with con tempt says he would stay In prison for life rather than return to her, add img: "Home was neer like this. These days here in jail hac been peaceful. I have been happy here. I suppose they thought I would change my mind about going back to my wife, but it hai only strengthened me. I have had dys of heavenly quiet and considerate treatment from the institution. I pre fer the rest of my days in jail to going back to her torture. .-"My wife," he explains, "has a passion for cleaning. She cleans, deans, ever and always. There isn't a speck of dust hidden away that could xbe found with a microscope. The pur pose of the house is to be kept clean rather thnn to be ihel in." This reminded me of a woman I .knew years ago. She was so particular k. ...... Cl. ... K..l . .. about the appearance of her hbme that uhe said if her husband or one of her sons became 111 they would have to go 10 a UOsniiai. Decailse sne WOUKt not hare beds open in the davtime. It is needless to say that very soon she did . not have to open them at night, either ; me was ion wun me nousc in perieei trder and no one to upset it. 1 wonder if either of these women tan remember back to the davs when she came home from work, or ecn from school, tired, aelunc for comnlete re- i Uxatlon of muscles and mind, yearning1 tion of the pleasure and rest of "home for the easy chair and healng a sigh of nnd lenves it contented in the morn relief at the thought of home. I ng. Perhaps she can remember, too fit l Then they will never have to contend most have come to her from some oik ). with the lure of a jail and thcr will or It will serve if she can just imagine, I have gone a long wa toward beini? she dropped then Into the first In- successful and happy wives Titlng haven, meeting n tired and frnz- ('oruHoht, itti, bv rublie Ltttaer Co THE WOMAN'S EXCHANGE Taking Out a Shiny Place iv n ruuur o t.umuna 4 acre. Denr Madam Will you kindly tell me I now i can get tne snine maue ny a nm R D L, Sponge this plnce with a damp cloth and then press over It with a dry cloth between the dress and the Iron until It .Is dry. This will remoe the gloss and take away the shape of the Iron from the place. He sure to make It wet all I nv.r tho .j... r.t v. mn. i v, n 1 1 over the edges of the mark, so that mere will be no sign or tt left Wants Her Brows Back Again Tn the Editor of 1'omnn'n Vage Dear Madum This Is the first time have come to you for .idvlce, wlshlnc you can plense help me out. I hael my eyebrows arched a long time ago I stilt arch them. I now want them to grow In ngaln. I hope you will plessc tell me what will make them grow in fast, because I am going to be brides- maid soon, and I have never arched thsm right. After they grow In I will have them nrched right M I , I doubt very much whether you can make your eyebrows grow In soon enough to have them arched before th's Wedding If It la to be soon Hut If vou nib pure vaseline on them every night before you go to bed and let It stay on luy uu ir?,L' uM , iim. ail mgnt you can encouiage the growtl oi me orows ami miiKe tnem come more quickly tlnn they naturally IV I hope you will be able to do It In time. Things You'll Love to Make Stunning BaihintjBatj rtKi Tou can make a STl'NXINO HATH INO BAG of rubberized silk, or If you cannot get thnt, make It of gay cre tonne lined with nn old (oi now ) water proof kitchen upron You want to mnke Ibis bag quite roomy, as you will use It to carry your buttling suit as well u.s slippers and other necessities for a day's pleasure at the beach By lining your STUNNING HATHINCJ UAO with wa terproof material you have a bag that Ih UKliXiass t-i (r la practical jur ciinyniK wev minga niiu ii, '' beautiful at tho name time. Jf u? ' VLOAX. l practical (or carrying wet mines aim too condemnatory. It wits not like him to bp rough to any woman." "I I'll bo your friend." he Rtam mercd. "Maybe It's polble thnt I hnve misjudged you, MIsm Kve. I'm not used to the vvnyn of women " "I know It. And I like you for it' Jive's jJIm fingers cloicd for a moment over Dick's big hand. "There1 That'c n bonel of friendship. Sealed !" Dick felt uncomfortnble. He did not ically fathom live. Hut hi heart was yarn over the news of Mary Drew's en p.iRemcnt. He wanted sympathy com panionship. And Hve wns doing her best along thnt line. "Of course, what I've told you ! absolutely confidential." eiiioth Kve. Dick noddnl miserably. Ho was noi going to challenge Mnry to an explana tion. After yesterday's disturbing (cue the scene he had inadvertenth witnessed It ni Mar'i part to lome lo him nnd try to clear the wretched matter up! And Mary had not come. lie could not Know that Mary whs MilTcring just as acutely as himself, mm nine, wir miii vvaiKoti over 10 tne llnrloy Mow for the express purpose of "fCtt ting matters right" this very after- 4jjnoon. out mat mc Mgnt or kvc anil ? iilmvelf iti Intlinntn rnniprsfitlnn nvir n friendly cup of tea hod roused her pride T"'"' ,"","",, '" " . tnat nnscraoij sup imd and a whole pain of longing and gone away That cxcnliir Dick Calardln dined at tlie White Lodge. Although he had tried to steel his heart against Miss Drew, a mad urg( wns on liiio just to see the girl agaiu to catch some glimpse of her. And so when Kve pressed the Invi tation on him- he nccepted eagerly. The (plrl was pleased She thought that Dick nnd she were "getting on." He- unity wn strong enough to bo liee that no man could fall to find her Irresistible I Their tin finished, Dick wnlked bnck witli lc to the White Lodge. On the wn she could see no signs of Julian Vandnvccr. She would have been considerably annoyed hnd she but Known that Julian had met Mnry Drew nnd was unite liapp nnd interested in that damsel s company ! It wns dark nlong the country road now. He Kept close to Dick. She placed a small, appealing hand upon hl arm nnd nrtfully npplied a constant dose of finttery. It was well-done flat tery not too obvious. Vac calculated thnt It ought to be successful In the end. "An revolr. then till this eenlng I" "she gne his hand n quick, firm pres ure The bond was not yet strong enough for any sentimentnl lingerlngs. Ie was cleer enough to realize thnt fact. She hurried to her room, to rest. For she must look her best tonight. Tomorrow Swift Irogress Home? ?lcd person with a dust-cloth In one hand and a broom in the other, de manding to know whether she had wiped her shoes on the door mat, ex postulating at her fingers on the newly polished arms of the chair and groan ing over the hat and umbrella dropped on another chair. A nice, restful place to come home to. that, after a day's work and stand ing jammed in a crowded car or snbwav train ! And what a travestv on the pic ture of home! It vindicates the man who finds in jail a peaceful haven, and It spells the reason why so many really poor housekeepers are successful wives while other women who chain them selves to the scrubbing brush and the dust mop cannot keep their husbands or children at home. o doubt these women who are clenning fiends mean well. They think they are doing their ilutv ns home 1 Tl . .. ...v . " immcrs. nut it tney will just realbe that the idea of home is just comfort untrnmmeled, glorious, unrestrained, nbnndnmd comfort they will be able to slrlkl the hnnnr moH iim t - i that is a home, yet is nqt unfit for ro- fined habitation. It them scrub and clean, If It makes them happy nnd docs not spoil their 'hialth or good looks. Let them en nuout picmng up 10 ineir Hearts' con tent, but let them wait for this until tl c man who works for it and looks 'nrwnnl tn tt Vina hn.i i.; ii..i.. . fSnt1" a br'd1("""!Mrt1 '" most Impor . ftnt.aE5 .?.clL'nA )!"? It wouldn't ,, , , .. . .1 wuuiun l to let the bride know this, but th - ""''ji reanj ure noticed almost not quite but nlmost as much as she In Gifts for School Teachers ro the Editor nf Woman's Pngr Deaf Madam Kindly state a few np. ? KJ'',7 a' wouI(J be appropriate "rr m."n ann woman teachers to ho pnen by n grammar schoo' cr.iduntlnc- . . - . ... I.nvitr) .w ,,T. class M. T If these gtfts nre to be given by the ?!.il'i8 ll wholo you can mnke them than you could If they wero presented jv an Individual for Instance, a good fountain pen would be nice for tho ma,, wii.oiiiinK nicer and more expensive or a fine edition of u good book, a pair of plain cuff buttons with his Initials on them or n leather case for cnrrclns: pnprH The hook or tho fountain pen would also bo a pronrlnte for the woman, or a n ce handbag or a hand- some pin with the numerals' of tho clnss and school on the back Less expensive '" for both would b a brass orsllvei paper cutter, with the Initials of the school and numerals of tho class on It or a nicely framed nhntmrmnh .-. ..... class, which would also be nlco for vou to have afterward too ..! ...icrtturu loo ' I.,hope J',ou wU1 nnrt "e of theRe sug- ifr"0" ''''n''ln nnd proportionate to lJ? nmount ou wnt to spend on the gift. For a June Wedding To the Editor uf Woman's I'aae Iitar Mail un As I uni a constant nailer of wmr pnHr I would appre ciate your answirlntr following ques tlons For a quiet June wedding, the bride to wear a plain white summer dress and hut whit would bo proper for the bridegroom? What would be a nlco menu for a small wedding breakfast Is It proper for a wedding cako to be served nt a wedding breakfast' If hiisl rieso suit Is permlsHlhltj for th hrlde gloom, what color tie'' A RKADRR. If ths wedding is In the country or the suburb thn bridegroom could wear a dark coat with white trousers, a st ff collar and a dark tie or a black or gray and white striped tie Rut I It In to In In the elty tin- convmtlonal gray striped trousers blnck cutaway coat high collar nnd gray or blnck and hlte tie should be worn with blnck shoes and gray or white gloveu. serve u salad and breatd nnel butter with croejuctteB, or chlckefn a la king, ?r some d.sh of this kind) followed bv nn Ice and cako and coJKee. By all means have the wedding ctfie, no matter iitrtviio nwio m tuiinviifi ... what time of day the Ihiv'ne " hopo it will be a very taji,,v'iJCu.lon i EVENING- PUBLIC LEDGER HBULADMiPHlA, 'HfEsDAY, JUNE li 1021 SOME If you malio jour own cushions for THI1 oblong shnpes which look like miniature bolster rolls arc often covered In taffeta, with rows nf shiiied tucks set .in. The tucks arc about one- """" ",l", """ """ '"" ,"""";,, '" it cluster of three at each end-s.ttltit; the tuiks iiinU.e two inches apart, riien the ends, wliiih measuic seen or nine mCllCS, lime tile HICKS aio. v ror thc poreh, sun pnrlor, or lounge In a bedroom, linen in lose, green, blue tnn or brown will he good -looking, with some design in colored floss in a cross ftltch p'lttcrn Make the cover nn ens fit. nnd hnc the underside plain; then work one or mole designs on the tippet side. WHAT'S WHAT , Dr iini.r.v nrccin The farewell dinner In town and the first dinrer party In the summer home may differ In respect to Informal sum mer clothes, but the table appointments ar6 the same. The dinner-cloth should bo of plain linen damask perfectly liundered, with napkins to match It is ueintl nowadays to hae a large monogram embroidered on the cloth between tlie plate of the hos tess nnd tho guest of honor on her right, and a smaller monogram In tho center o! each dinner napkin The napkins should have been so folded In Ironing that the monogram appears on top The dlnntr i oil Is placed Inside of the nupkln on the service plate The pl-ice-cards, each bearing thc name of a guest, are ar ranged to the left-front of the Bervlce plate At thc right are the meat knife, flsh knife nd soup spoon : at the left, three forks, for flsh, entree und roast As other sliver Is needed, It Is served with later courses Modern usage has banned the old-time armory of silver at the service plate Making More Money With nroken noHIm Down in the "nist Bottoms" of Kan sas City, Mo Is a thriving business in which the capital stock Is almost negli gible, for lc consists of nothing more than huse piles ot broken glass of which tons ate collected every year nnd shipped to various parts of the United States. "I don't Just remember how I hap pened o start the business." says Mrs Annie Honeycutt, who makes a very profitable living out of collecting the fragments of glass "I Just fell Into it, I guess. My husband and I came here frcm Little Rock, Ark . some nine years ago nnd we had a hard lime making a living When I went to and from work I used to notice lots of glass of all kinds on the streets and 1 got In the habit of picking this up nnd bringing It home In my dinner pall or lunch basket I didn't know it was worth anything but ufter a while I hadabout a ton of It In tho back yard. "Then, because I needed the space for a garden, I started out to get some body to cart It nwuv and found, to niv great surprise, that It was worth money not ns much as I get now, because It wasn't sorted, but about as mucn hs i was irttlntr for a week's work. After w'.'tn VuKctbs0yaflndOp.s?rgath,ert.ng Ct' iiin nml I nnlil them a few cents each for their trouble, telling them to be sur and look out for the clear, uncoloied glass nnd the broken bottles. "It wasn't long before wo had to get a horse and wagon Then wo got an other and. the other day, we ndded a motortruck to our equipment which shows the way tho business pays when you go Into It on a big scale We get 111 a ton for the glass and, a we ship three carloads 120 tons a month, you ...... ..... ,tia, ait.n hrnVnn trlnns can run Into big figures If you handle It right The glass has oougnt us a iwemy.ai.-in farm and 126 hogs, to say nothing of the truck and the other equipment The Question Corner Today's Inquiries Describe a clever dish for the brenkfnst trny thnt economics space In nn attractive wny. What can bo done to preserve tho colors of a printed linoleum? When n girl Ib graduating ns n nurse, what pretty nnel suitable gift may be given to her? Tell the mennlns of the French expression, "Honl soit qui mal y pense." On n new pair of rompers, whnt attractive way of finishing the bloomers takes the pluce of the usual clastic? How Is the newest veil for mo toring fashioned? Yesterday's Answers The little Khklmo girls play with costly elolls mnde of ivory und dressed in ermine or other kinds of fins, A delightfully unusual -looking candle-screen Is fashioned of nmber-colorcd silk, shirred into the center, where it is finished with a tiny wreath of roses; while the screen itself is com pleted by an cilging of narrow plush braid und a Inns tassel that elrnops from the lowest side. When hemming is being done, a smnll null tile will entch the ma terial and turn tt under easily ami quickly A "bnn mot" is thc French phrase for n witty saying. On u smart ilre.s uf rose geor gette, un original trimming for thc skirt consisting of elides of tiny feathers such ns are use-el In bauds for trimming turbniiH, Sleeves nre such a strong fi'nture of the new bathing suits thnt'the sleeveless ones um quite behind tlie tidies. WW ODDLY SHAPED PILLOWS living room, bedroom or porch you can yourself. Here" arc some suggestions: A butterfly pillow would be lovely ith one large butterfly in the center, n"d smaller ones near the cornels, Some of the wash pillows could be tlnisiied with n narrow, rather heavy ,,lr,, , ,, or e:nBl.0',,lprfl(1 ,cn0p. Am, thc icavly Im,i,Ic(1 Ialsp(, wt stitch, useil foi black-eyed sitsans on . ).-mr ..lllmv. ivnnU l,n cH,l .... I'or the living room or den. one of the beautiful furnitiiic tapestries would make n stunning pillow. It is often possible to find remnnnts nt nttrattlxc prices. These pillows should be made perfcetlv plain, and a silk cord blind studied around tlie edge and either 'A ONE-MAN WOMAN By IIAZEIi DEYO BATCHELOU CoDurtoht. 19S1. bu Public Leiotr Co. Harry Xcil is arrested for cmocs :Ung funds and Harriet, his teifc,in order to prove his 'innocence, obtains a position in his office under an as sumed nnmc. There she I ncraccuf erf hu Charlie Harmon, the son of the head of the firm, and ihe also din caters that Lucy 1'iatt, one of Me office stenographers, is in love with , Charlie. She can discover nothing else, hoireicr, until one night she is rrcognUtd bu Sadie Hotcard, teho is eager to Inform thc police of Har riet's tchcrcahouti. She takes her story to thc Kiening Star, and Dona hue, a younn icporicr, is sent out on thc case. He trails Harriet to thc offices of Harmon A Graves after hours one evening and there breaks tn upon a scene. Charlie has been tiying to persuade Harriet to run away tcith him, and at a crucial moment, I.ucy I'ratt, tcho has been listening outside, bursts jnto thc room and denounces Charlie as thc real thief. "Because I Loved Him!" ALL three pairs of eyes turned sud denly on Charlie, who after that mnel effort to Keep Lucy from telling the truth stood Irresolute. Then he blustered. "She's crazy j no line would believe the story of n jealous womnn. Just because I elon't wnnt to marry her she's trying to pin this theft on me. But I won't stnnd for it, remember who I am. Do you th'nk even if I were guilty that mv own fnthcr would prosecute me? I guess not." "Perhaps not," Larrv snid evenly, "but after tho Stnr prints this story the whole world will know what you nre whether you go to prison or not." His tone wns contemptuous, nnd fenr leaptil suddenly into Clinrlle's eyes. "For God's sake, Donnhuc, keep this out of the paper. What do vou want nnyvvav? I'll pay anything within rea son. Why It wiTnld ruin me to have this thing get out. nnel after nil, the money belongs to the old man ; he can stnnd it." "But he couldn't stand it when he thought Bnrry took it," Hnrriet llnmeel suddenly. "You were all willing to hnve Barry go to prison for a crime he never committed." Charlie wheeled on her. "You keep out of this. And I give you fnli warn ing thnt if the Stnr or any other pnper dnres to print a word of nnything ncninst ine. I'll drng your name down to thc level of mine. Perhaps your husband won t take you back when he hears the thingn I enn tell him, und I'll do it!" Hnrriet shrank bnck. but her eyes continued to meet his evenly - STRAW TRIMMINGS A CLEVER NEW IDEA By COHINNE I,OWK Straws show at least how the fash ions blow this summer This trlinmliiir I In much glorified form ls one of the iioveiiii's iiiiroiiuceti uy runs, ami Vlonnet in pnitieulor niukcn extruvu KPiit uso of It. Tor example, she will put u glrdle of red straw ahettcd by perhaps cuffi and other trimmings of the same compns'tiou upon a formal black crepe de china frock. Wraps also nro tlie bencficinries of straw, nnd In the above stunning model we find this trimming in beige tint contrasting with uuiart cupe coat of navy gabardine. choose, the shape, color and style for fnstencel Invisibly nt the ends, or fin ished with a couple of silk tnsscls, looping the cord once or twice close to the pillow. A most attractive porch or bedroom pillow ran he mndc of gingham in n smnll check. This shoulel hnc a ruffle stitched In with the senm all nround. Care has to he taken nt the corners to have the fullness well ad justed. The hem can be simply stitched, or n line of feather stitch ing, matching the color in the plnld, will be good-looking. Iiiau cotton iiash in art similes is excellent for n cross-stitch design, and the contrasting colors show up well. How dare you say such things about mc.LlBhS n,QIltcl1- "Wow dare you I" Oh, I dare all right, nnd there nre plenty of people who will believe them, don t you forget thnt." "Hut you couldn't sny nnything nbout me, it wouldn't be true " .'""J walked up to Charlie quickly, his blue eyes threatening. .J.'Pm'i11 bo .?bou,t '-"'X'Kh. or we'll settle this matter here and now be tween us. loii'rc not dealing with a woman h s time, Mr. Chnrlle Harmon, and I think n good thrashing would n,,'I?i'.fai 'I of K0"1' Yo" know It wouldn t look very well if I happened to mention thnt jou tried to bribe me n few-minutes ago. Now, Miss Pratt," and he turned to Lucy, "did you see Mr. Harmon take those bonds?" t 0f..cc0,u"(, o didn't." Charlie burst wlllbelIcVVl?e,rn"anyPr00fandnoonc Ignoefcha'S .SSL .i"aZfd' but "he ot ,U l tl"i ?c ,,lim tnkc e bonds out of the safe." she said calmly, "nl hough ho didn't know that. lie thought I found out in another wny. We had quarreled nnd I waited after hours to spenk to him. I saw Sfr. Nell feVii"1 .kncw t,mt ChnrlIc hndn't eft because his coat nnd hat were still hcei,n """nen'Jnter he came in from fnthpr"i,mnd IThe"r1 h,m lnt0 hls which was ajar and saw him open thc safe nnd unlock the deposit box but it I fffl """, that I told him I knew he had taken them, nnel he was so surprised he told me the truth. He ho old n?,.'1!?'01 ?h fnt,,er's k nd hu told me it wns for my sake that he had done It, that he wanted more money to buy me things nnd that no one would know about it nnd we'd be married as soon ns it hnd blown over." . r Jh, .kst rimc r'"cy' voice trembled. "I've nearly gone mnd these . ' fcw. wocks think ng nbout it. I f'"0"1"'. J Mr. Neil and I couldn't Innr to think of him In prison, but I Mii,CarK" .? much tlmt ! couldn't tell the truth." Her voice broke suddenly and she put both hands up ovcr her fnee to hide th checks"8 Wer trk'klinK (Iown ,lcr Tomorrow in the Tombs. Adventures With a Purse rnilERFJ aro times wheu it would seem that the universe revolves around Iloyle everything appears to be run according to Hoyle.1' I have often wanted to see one of his books and hnve wondered if by listed his "don'ts" In n scries of rules such as: First. A. young man should not smoke a pipe when with a young lady. Second. When dining, one- should re member that eating is not to be mode u vocal exercise. And so on. announcing In a very trite and uninteresting way the ear marks of culture. Hut I have found n pocket edition of n book in which ye mnn-of-the-world writes a series of otters to his son. teling him how to behnvo himself under nny circumstance. It is not a book sueh ns our friend Ilnyle would write, hut a most cleverly compiled and entertaining little book. It sells for $1 and is full of Interest, from the few lines of the "Iltisy Pub Usher throughout to the very last pngc. I hnd just hnd n long, exceedinglv dusty train ride, nnd wns frnntlcnll'v prcpuring for n removal of dust that .wns ntrenked from enr to ear A, thoughtful hostiss hnd mndc readv for nm nnd I reached for n Inr nf' nni.i cream that was on the dressing tnbl." 1 1 dipped my fingers in the jar and rubbed Into my nkln the most refrcshinc of ..1 ,. n . U 1 .1 i ....Ann. 111.. -1- . . - ..w.iin.iiK iiviim, ii inn cienn anil feel Ing human, I reached for the jnr ngnin to exnnilnc it more closely. Tho crenm Is ii very delicate pink nnd linn a verv lalnt perfume of rose pnre 0j 0f p,,'. Is used in the preparation. I wanted to eat some of It, it lookt d so tempting As a cleansing crenm it was perfectly fine, and it left my skin soft nnd re freshed. A pound jar can be had for sixty cents, nnd It's a worthwhile In vestment. For nsitieii of -uliopn address Momnn'n Tnce Editor or t'lionr Walnut or Miiln. 3000 Flavor Every TEA Gives geoyine aatisfaction and solid comfort P letise Tell Me What to Do By CYNTHIA Telli "Pep" to Cheer Up Dear Cynthia Ioor "Pep' I (And. the wny, I really do not think tho cog nomen quite In harmony with the tone of your letter, oven ns mine mignt o similarly In discord w Ith thla. epistle-) I hopo you haven't actually decided to become a member of tho "Sisterhood oi Spinsters." For, you sec. there nre heaps of good fellows' still oa-lm! nround. Honest nnd truly there are; Yes, and I bnppcn to know several o them; good, clcam virtuous boys. Also. I unfortunately am acquainted wun tho other kind. You say you have tried the church. Well, that would seem o be the most promising Ptaco to iook for a model husband; nnd yet, do you know thnt a large percentage oi tne males attend church only because tncy are "shanghaied" by tho girls? But do not dcspnlr. ' Pep ' thcrS,wS fellows who do not wear ultra-modern clothes with pearl buttonB, rabblt-carcd lapels, flaring skirts slit half way up the back, long pointed vests and beii shapeel trousers. There nro fellows wno nre worthy of you, even ns ouJ".n3h am Judging solely from the thought derived from your letter) aro worthy of them. True, they may not meet every qualification of your hero or ine Harvester." but I assure you they win mako excellent partners with whicii to work during this comparatively short Journey hero on earth. O. HENRY, JR. "Mr. 24" Advises "Pep" Dear Cinthla .lust nn answer to "Pep." Would you have us bellovo tnat IC1 (IUUIU JJM I1UIV. m - ,.. ou aro really In earnest In your search nm n ! ..tlr.....? An1 VOll CTOUlltn t you for find him In church? I haven't heard of "Harvester." but If ho Is your iucim " have found him already, In a book, the only placo where they have Ideals. "Pep." you have much to learn and, speaking of rcnl men, today s girl has no appreciation of such a tyPe-,..you have given yourself nvvay: you kea nifty dresser nt a dance hull, but outside of a dance hall he can't Interest you. If It's a real man you like elo something different from tho rest of your sex. Don't be a prude, thc real fellows want n pal who makes a date and .keeps It. Mako him welcome In your home nnd ilon't fool him. Personally, , I luiVe no luck with tho ladles but It's not sour grapes with me. I've been fair ami square with all of them, but the ley mitt has been my reward. The lad that .....1... .lntr.,1 linen L'etH tllO KIDS evcVy time Just a bit ofndvlco. If you wnnt to talk seriously. Let the fellow I start It. Wo fellows wnniii.ip."i shlp as much as you. but It Is elarn hard to find among your sex. And. let me add, I graduated to long trousers long ago and hao met a few girls, some m'ghty fine ones, and some prt tv bad ones, too. MISTER .. Doesn't Sound Like "McWIzxburo" Dear Cynthia To express my admira tion of "Prudence" and "The Plebo would mean to undergo both torture ami delight Undoubtedly they realize that without vice there can be no literature . art must have Its lights ami shades But perhaps "McWIziburg' 1b a bit human nnd naturally resents superfluous, .. vAn Yt At-HAfl 'PruninCr will admit that the liner literati loathe coarseness o expression, im is oua condemnation is attributive of the lower bourgeoisie. ..tu ntn r.veii" stnnds defensive of sports He bruits thnt they are the right kind of men. In pnrt. I echo his sentiments. Ho has touched me in a ""mv W"nisra friend of twelve years' ..,no-. hrnnd In stature and social conception, handsome of face and car rlace, herculean In physical potency but slightly mediocre in ms incun.nioiiB. Very rccontly ho learned the art of the ii-i.. e.ntnnilc nnd from mv reticent thoughts upon public dancing I declare that there cannot be a more graceful deportment than his. I know of tens of escapades of his In which the dance hall elolls. captivated by his form and manner, furthered the mystic delights of a "pick-up" acquaintance by flattery and unwomanly conduct. Time nnel ncaln has he been seen In the presence of not-too-consclentlous women, time and again has he gone through riotous living, ana ever uoes ilD mreibc "'"' .i -A.riv fnr thn sober world. t h two-faced? No I He lives ,umnh the utorms of life's Incongrui ties untouched by the ugly, prehensile claws of grimness. anu uiuuiua wu every time wiser ana more eiuiHiiuiini with thc ways of a frail modernity, n--... hia nhvulcnl 'orces are In no way enhanced by these wild adventures, but ho Is the sport, flesh and bone, mind and body. Ilccently an Internal wound sent htm to a hospital and he lived through a period of suffering with the same fortitude that characterizes the preponderance oi ins eiciiiinK. Once I visit :d n dance hall with thc Intent of spying on him I soon found him. wonderfully appareled and ahlnlnR In perfect attunement to the rude, terpalchorean environment, and In my seclusion I thrilled at the contrast of tho peg-shouldered, llzardllko "clussy dancers," with their patent-leather hair and Impossible ways to this upright Apollo who, lor all his fallings, stood magnificent as. a deer Futurity needs such men. Femininity should adore them For they live through natural periods of open dangei and challenge the irods In their casuul chlvnlrv Intent upon the quest of pure, volatile pleasure. And once thev nic enlightened aB to certain exigencies they are cautioned, nnd again trail forth zealously, having received more of an education than It Is the lot of thousands to share. "McWIZZUUHG." No. "McWIzzburg " futurity does not love the kind of sport you describe. Soncr or later riotous living will get him and he will pay for over-indulgence. 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Oh, that'll thc deepest guilt that any criminal ever carried 1 You count up your expenses nnd your wherewithal that very morning. "Now, let's sec," you meditate, "I won't have to buy any big thing this week, because I can wait until that dress is nlmost finished before I get the girdle. "Yes, I ought to bo nble to come out on top, If I don't more thnn get just n snndwich and some iced tea for lunch today." SO, POCKETING thc wherewithal nnd tho decision, with the careful calculations and thc determination, you start off. As you gnzr absently Into a window on your wny to lunch you see a sale of hats. And right in the middle of the win dow is a brown one with yellow flowers, it would bo perfect with that new dress. "Heavens, It's onlv four dollnrs!" vou shout tp yourself with galloping heart. "And it couldn't be better! "No. I don't need it; I can get nlong with the ones I hnve." You go resolutely past tho window, clutching your pockctbook ns if some body had been trying to get it away from you ns indeed somebody hns! "Minced chicken Is cheaper thnn sliced I might tnkc' ham; no, I must hnve some chicken, can you take my order? I wnnt n minced chicken sand wich nnd some iced ten, plense; ye-s, . nlensc. thlsj one Is renlly awfully I 'shabby and I haven't nnything else but ' that mock one, which isn t just rigni, and then that old blue thing!" Your thoughts nre somewhat chaotic during that Inexpensive little lunch. TITHEN you come out into the street " again your mind wants you to go ncross the street to get 'those little things that you need, but your feet absolutely refuse to obey. And, with your conscience protest Ine nil the way. vou walk firmly down the street again, try on the brown nnd yellow not, nnu it Becoming nna ex nctlv right nnd nsk the price. Of course, you have rend the tog wrong, nnd it Is $4.75, instead of just 54. 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Open Saturday Evening I puis 200-202 South Rflh 5freef THAT COMES -A AN EXTRA HAT I tn "iinvn flita .i-At.M iiT... . . m.. .: i:i Vke it with me, please. Thank jou. Y 'ffl 1 It's very pretty." ' x tt,nk I Ana you go out, bothered nil te . rest of tho day with that' b rdensom. i paper bag. '""ensoms Bothered with jomcthlng else, tool KTO, INDEED, criminals may fMl Li that they know something flhftf J remorse, but they don't know "the h4i( ' unless, of course, they hnve hnitffht ft tAl1llAM.1 1.J. A . . ever than they expected; when tl ey 'dfj S 4 absolutely have to have It. nt ,1 rt,""""r..-""u""t ' Wl "l a Bher prU other "ihXSZ 3.1 BUU1 But when that feeling wears off nt last ' 1 is there anything to be compared ?' ! the smug feeling of complacency V0 have every time you put on thnl hot? 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