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Tf''.f f ? K ' ' SJ ' "12 'EVENING- PUBLIC LEDGER PBILADELPEtlA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22 l w- "THE LOVE COWARDS Hy HAZEL DEYO nATCIIELOR Copyright, Jf II. bl iu!l(c Lcdoer Co. S A'oncy Jfafiaicrtt Am 5pceroc a Tore ooirard fcecnim her fiance A at (ftaippdiufai Afr and in tplte of hit pleadings she has determined to cut t him out of her life. CHAPTER IH "You Never Loved Alvin!" f A LICIA RAMSEY had been Nnney'a friend. Therefore, Nnncy found it j,hnrd to nccrpt Alicia's part in the rather sordid ni fair. How could it mean onotiRh to any woman, this desire to be in n ' ninn's a f m s, to make her forget everything else? Nancy could not understand thin. Could Alicia be in love with Alvin' That vrnn n possi billty and would explain a Brent deal, but ptill Nancy could not undcrotand h o A 1 i r I n knowing that Alvin belonged . to anothi-r woman, could so lower her pride. After her wene vitli Alvin, Alici.i herself came to Nanr . She was lilnnil nnd cool and vein Ingly remote from man's iuwmi ns wol1 ,' as her own. "Nancy." lie said evenly, ' don't make a fool of joursclf !" , And Nancy flatm-d then like n little .tiger. She might have been kind If Alicia had come to her in a penitent mood, but tla had not expected an thing like this. "Do you u.int to hronk Minr own heart an well n Alvin'"''" Alicia asked, cuttingl). "My heirt Itn't ltroken." Nnnc paid contemptuously. "It would take more than that to brenk it." "Oh. no it wouldn't." Alirin aid coolly, "and if your heart isn't broken your faith nnd tnjit are gone, and jou'iv planning to have nothing inure to do with love. isn"t that It? N'ow. let me tell von something. You're be- i having like a heroine in melodi.imn ' mm'pWUl ll.VZl.I. DEYO DATCltKLOn What happened between Alvin nnd nie nmountH to notliins at all. It's ott lie loves, nnd I knew It nil the time, bti' wliat oro n-few klsics? Surely, Niincy. you arc going to be sensible." "Then you don't love Alvin'" Nnn cy's tone tdiould have warned Alicia, It was so. full of horror. "Certainly not, but I'm in love with love, nnd one enn closo one's ejes and imagine nny man. Alvin happened to be the man. Junt then, Mint's all." "Oh !" Nancy's slim lmiuls went out In n gesture of disbelief. "I didn't know women could be like that!" And jet onl the night brfon she had told Alvin thnt in her belief women loved ns strongly as men nnd wen therefore n greatly tempted. Ilu ! faced with Alicia's admiNlon, Nanc began to back-water. The ntil .mstl fientlon for Intimneles of im kind be tween n man nnd a woman was love. l Nancy could have forgiven AMda glndlj ! if she had confe-ised her love for Mvlu I As it was, Nnnc.'s faith in eveijtbhm wni shpken, and --he hardly knew wlncli wnv to turn. She got rid of Alicia at lust, who finnil threw up her bands in n ch.irne. terlstic gctun' and called Nniuy "n sentimental little fool." "I don't believe you really love Al vin. 1 don't think you ever loved him. or o wouldn't give him up as isil as this," were her parting wolds. Mut Nancy had loved Alin. She lui.l loved him as jouth loves. She had pinned her dreams to him. mil becmie of him all life had eemed wonderful. Around him -ho had woven her ideal, and to have given him up ele-inlv ami hnnornbb to a woiimn he had livid and who loved him would have been as noth ing compared to wlint had uctunll hap pened Alicia's parting taunt meant nothing to Nnnej. for she t'lM-oiintc! it entirclj ("Vrtninh she did not love Alvi-i enough to forcive him mil then v nt ngmi7 iriglj for (be next tilve IVr'uip it v ni tnie'tbnt she bad never loveil AKIi. the real Ahin. but nl the ii.eul of him that -lie hiil built up in her heart. Hut she bad loved bini enough to -offer nnd to icso've bei-nus' of linn tr lix k up her enioiioti forever eer again would sin- tni-t ard believe in a i nn It vas the one wa.v to kei p fr mi being hurt. Tomorrow An Advent tire Please Tell Me What to Do Hy CYNTHIA WATCH OUT FOR FRECKLES! Woman's Life and Love Uy WINIFRED HARPER COOLEY Cajoling Friend Husband rtTpKF.n him taffy till he bursts'" paid a famous voung beaufj from South America, wbo wns dlcusing how W IVfk !-llOlllcl 'hold" their hus bands. That was the old idea Women must tiatter and cajole and pet tli brute, till he purred. Then was the ps.vchologIc.il moment to strike him for nionej or jewels or fnvdri. or permission to do something or buj something A few j ears ago, a few centuries ago. it was all the WINIFRED HAitrwr. i'oolky K'ime What every woninn knows would have been whis pered nmong the sex. as nn axiom. "It is to cajole him nnd soothe him and feed him, nnd then, get what we want'" they would have SHid. There Is one b g th ng to be said for the sy stem : It world d! All the vamp- of lutor , tl.e super feminiue. feliti' women wbo i banged the map of the vvor'd. who rnu-ed wars', or stopped battle-, who epent an em pire's fortunes on thmr ivvn jewels and Perfumes, the (' eopntras ajid I)u Ilarrys and Madame de Pompadour- plajed upon the vv.knes-,..s and pas sions of men b fluttering them The urderljiiij? pl.iiosuphy is thnt one who ib content is amiable and willing to riturn favor- The slave curries fnvor with h s master. The woman who was dependent for luxuries nnd com forts, nnd in tunl life, upon the hus band or lover, was compelled to learn the arts of the s'ave. She aspired to be the favorite s.nve the queen of the harem ! With the new conception of woman as equal lias come tV responsibility of earning our livtliliond in some vvnj be sides giving i ite-ses. ri.Utery is un necessary to the woman with the pn envelope! If we like a man, we are not averse to gi anting him jn-t praie but we do not have to extol him to the stars, when we know him for a dm. up. If tact and kindniss suggest ompll mcnting those we lo-e, and if affection exairirerates their virtues and (harms well and good Tverv one lloiirisbes J through npprec ation ami praie Hut i we are doing this not to gain mate- j rial delights for our-elvcs, but livuiua. of honest admiration and reg.ml. This should npp'y to husbind or1 lover or fnthvr or brother or friend Kx- ! press love mid admiration in wnrmt-t terms, of course but oh, do not cajole him, because of fear and craft and greed. The old idea prevails almost univer sally, howevei. One is amazed to bear wives of high stand ng and uientniit. admit little arts unci tricks, and nsMime that the one nnd onl.v way of keeping on the good side of the better thiee quarters is to cajole him. Highly cdwated prominent women sometimes snj, .-eivielj, n. if h ww the. universal condition "1 do lio.ie Herbert will let me go there " Or, "Ii onl.v John would pi'im t me to bin that " Thih is the attitude and Inn gunge of servant to master, or of a minor child to its parent-, It is in conceivable in u bunnies.- par tneihliip, where two paitne. -. Inning mutual m ttrests, consult together uvir certain actions. The oldest joke in the world doubt less is the mother-in-law one It is n wonder thnt it bus not been introduced Into anecdotes of the Gurden of Kden. Next to that is the one, with variation-, of the wife tensing her liu-hnnd for money. In mixed social gatherings in all countries, and in all cla-sses of so ciety, it m almost univeisal. A man amiably or disagreinbly relates some in cident, where she tcit-ed for money, or a diamond, or a motor, or dress or hat, nnd tinnlly cajoled linn into giving it. To have come across bandsomelj is a mark of generositv and muiitnl weak ness that the othir iiu-bands are sup posed to understand la not It degrading-' When will vie stop laughing nt th s cheap jol;e, ami nhsuming that wounn must use the se appeal to incietise tluir wurdrobo or get expensive gifts, or even to persuade friend husband that the chihlien neul dancing lessons! Human nature is the same as it was In Rome, Kg.vpt oi Athens thoiixnnds of jears ago, and I know that main women will object to the mtnn ot their old-time methods, ins'stiug that tl.cc nre neecMiry to accomplish their ends. It i hutnillntiug to b"lieve thnt women nr so desirous of the material luxuries that they will virtuall.v sell their souls for them and the can -soil their souls, even in legal iirirringe! Teaching the oung girls who nre com ing on into the problems of the worid that men are to be "worked." nnd that underhand methods nre successful, nnd thnt the end justifies the means, is nn immoral task, surely! "Hut," the ntniable, successful wives will object. "ou put it so harshly. We do not think in terms of servitude. It .s merel a matter of tact, to praise ami love, and pet. The -linrp. just, logical woman does not gain nn.vtbing Flatter a man nnd he will do unj thing for ou." That is jusc the point; lie will do nn thing for .vou. Is It not a eon lemptib'e attitude to wiggle out of people some gifts or concessions ot favors, which they do not lie-tow jo.v fully nnd of their own accord, when in a normal frame of mind' It is iike getting a man diunk ami then making him sign some paper. No one would hold him re-poiisibic for prourses thu extracted. KxptesMons of love may be strong. Some natures are er demonstrative, and cannot do or say charming enough things to the object of their affictiou Doubtless, wives who think to tell then spou-es the nice things that -o nianv folks think but neer bother to cxpics. are rewarded b.v enthusiastic affection Hut for heaven's sake, don't cajole the man! Just be sweet, because it conic natural, but don't play a s.vstem, he. cause it is gunranted to "woik" ami get you material benefits ! Prefers Sinners to Saints Dear Cynthia I am only n newcomer May I make my debut into your column? I really must defend those young modern men of today Their reputations are torn to shatters In Cynthia's col umn. Ite.itly, glrln, they nre not so bad They nre only plain, everydny sinners For my part I prefer them to saints Perhaps It Is because I, too, am a sinner. You see I paint, powder, smoke and do all kinds of disgraceful things 'Tip iloesn t seem to IUe their style of dress. Come now, the fellows dress to plense the girls Just as the Kirls dress to pfrnse the fellows You ndmlt thai ou want ii nifty dresser; ,so what are vou kicking about'' You seem to be liothlng but u sKlled little girl t think 1 know what Is wroiifr with you You are running around too much Wli ilon t vou stop It for a while. our frlemls are getting bored. "Ueclil.v sfimi to be a living saint I nni sure I would feel cr uncom fortable 'n his comp-in Mo for the sinners nlvvaj ' o Hud you make me laugh O course all blondes are not fickle Don t be so f"oltli I nm n "redd," but l know m.inv Monies who nie Just na consistent as van be "Sl'NN'Y." Who Is This "Mens Temporum"? 1'i.ir Cynthl.i To 'Mens Temporum" Slu dts of Nnpolton' Who Is this Mens Tetnponini Pi.it strides In to the Held with smli a menacing attitude"' W, know ' lo the victor b-lonc the spoils,' so win his difenstve air? ' l'bbe," come forth, not to a battle nival but to do him honoi for h is not this aon of Man everv r.cbt to vmr tiromlsed tropin- tile ba.iutiful India rubber nutcrackjr' Tell us. Mms Ti lniMiruin," bow ..-on do It" IIom i-in vnu wadi through a nbrlntli of pn-ivisti rous "Jaw-break-ern'" and im "Hi w tli a tempest In n teapot ' Win n ' a 'Hebe's ' article I gave II the 'oine-over ' It looked promising for snaes and comnlicateif situations that ihound with splnnx-Uln u licence ar,' mv foite 1 revel In them So wtli ivlinv I plunged Into the vortex o "Pieties wild and woolly thoughts, lahotlou-d plodding for the "'method In his m.ulni" I came oil dizzy with the buy conception that some one blundered bv putting the right horse ii the wrong paddock and was try ing very hard to hrg lis pardon But now "'Mens Temporum' comes with a different Interpie'at on. electrifying th air w'th burnlnu t aitis the vvh 1, driv ing off Mint beautiful India-rubber nut- ciucket We submlseh give It to jem but pleas,., please r'on t use It on the Indies They ircn"i alwavs guilty fuO' they nre sllH- tnouch to be "Jenlour1 being composed of two-thirds heart nnd according to opinion, on! one-third gra matter So be lenient In being m'ndful of th's by Keeping that " mi' ' cracker under cover, or elm that little Irish clrl In mo will cry out, Who s a 'fraldy caf "MISS Qt'lTO." "Althea's" Ideal Man Tear I'.vnthla In appearnnie he must be tall dress well and have crisp blonde hair but he need not be an Apollo He must hax'o personality nnd a sense .-' humor He must dance well otoei women besides mvself must find bini In Intt resting nnd be uttracted to htm I want a man who does not air his ambi tions and nsplratlons to all his nc rtualntnnces hut who will tell them al' to me Ho must have a mind of his own, nnd while I do not want him to be domineering, he must not be swaed b.v my opinions Hut lie must alwas treat mv wish's with the utmost respect. "in public he-. should assume a de Inched air be courteous to a fault In prh.ite, he must alw,is be 'the perfect lover ' lie need not be rich bill must hax'e pood prospects He must not ques tion exervthlng I do and never Inter fere with mv independence Iio vou think I will exer And a nvu l'ke thl Cynthia? Or am I asklnir the Impossible AU'III'-A You are asking a crrat deal, but per haps it In not Impossible Keep on look 'ng for this Id, il v Ith crisp blonde b.ilr nnd sonn t.tne pit haps ou will llnd him Hut don t 1, t xour ideal inter fVrr. wlili vol 'n, If h conies alnnc with dark sllkv hair, cheap clothes iiT.d no abllltv in daniing don t tun nwav from him until ou find out whether he has the other qualities ou admlrt You might be giving up a life of happiness for u mere lib a, vou know ""-... -..- - s,V:...::.,,!iv., .'. ' -- '-.... "" --i" -"-.'.. :'-' '::'' k - sV..s B " mvvrV" waBHKHHiMKfB , - . KraHPL ' .w--... " - fliwvSiWw5S3S5!S52m'3Hk: .-. .HSmBBBS aSMBM- :: '.-' -WzSStifim 2m3mi '', W&M2&$ - WQwM&Hf? . ' 'l xX frrC "lN ' ' v i r , mi JrlL3Lt rMTt '' This is the time of car when sports outdoors and In the water Invito, but itiniplexlons suffer riv..i in o ttnii n ficsh slli'e of lemon over the 'affected pints everv night and ..it,.,, n,,. ti!.. in flpv ,,,, I'wioal narts When oli go a -bathing or n-playlng in , i.,.,.,.,, i.,!,,,, .....i piVeerlii make a good lotion, too. Till! hrst reined prevent them ns for freckles is to much ns .vou can the summer sunshine nnd biecze be ctuefui. Cnrry a sunshnde. wear a wlde-briinined lint, keep in the shade, throw n cape over neck and bare ann on the bench. If j on can't be bothered xvitii a parasol and don't want to we.ir n lint, then tr this: Rub a little cold (ream into jour skin, then dust powder lighth over It, if the damage Is already done, lemon juice for light summer freckles is the Another'is lactic acid, four ounces; glycerin, iwo ounces; iu-jv u liter, one ounce. For stubborn heckles which hnve been lliine M-illi vim nil v Intei- nnd summer. ......f. .,.,.. ......... ........ - .... too, tiv tills: Uxyelilorlile in uismiuo, one drain: iiilomel, one-sixth grain; peroxide of hydingon. one drnm : lano lin nnd vaseline, four ounces each. 'Ibis makes a paste which can be applied at night nnd rubbed off the ue.xt morning. The Woman's Exchange To Clean Taffeta Dresa To the fiititor ot Woman' Panel Dear Madam How can I get sfnlno out of n black tnffeta dress, especially around tho collar, which Is white from powder? " J. A. 8. Stains on tnffeta nro removed most easily hy gasoline. Hut UrBt, press tin collar between two pages of brown paper to remove nil grease; brush well to le movo lint or powder. Sponge with gnsf lino or carbon tetrachloride and prefer ably stay In the open air. away fiom lire, for gasoline Is Inflammable. Also wear? WOULD YOU LIKE A BONUS OF TWO APRONS AND A SHAWlf This is the Recognition Given Women of London K lw Actoi Porters at the l' lower iUariwl in Lovvnt (iardvn A A T CUPID'S CALL By MAY CHRISTIE Write and tell .Airs Cooley about your problems She will be glad to tnke them up und discuss them in this column. Things You'll Love lo Make Chinese Boy Tasse Dkspiti: t think T at ii uwwaaawmw Adventures With a Purse the fact that I sometime' I in verv aged. T have never lost mv love of dolls pnrticuliyh the unusun'-'ooking ones One of the store has the funnie-t 'itt'e man I have ev seen, made ftun a ted rubber sponge Ills little fnt tummy is n larce sponge, legs and arm- nie made of suriller sponges and "tie of them hnd for n head n small rubber ball on whidi was painted a face. Another fellow hniLtlm sponge for hi- bead and jpIIow worsted I JL ! 17 wi ' I neks his face was embroid- ri --y "Whut a fas, inating little CIIINUSi: HOY His cap is a mold I'nlnt -hade i uller this TASSM, makes! Il.it round wooden button It or enamel It in some bright color lib head is a spherical mold painted the jellovv hue of the Chinese sli'n . the e)ts are painted him k, the nose and mouth red A t;nj plico of silk, bro'ad.d or printed, or even en -bpi.dered latih'.or.s his rn'indirln coat Two long pulrted biadb with silk tas sels form his legs A silk tassel hanging from "ueh slwevt simulates a ban i This CHINKSB BOY TASSCI- Is strung on u silk vord, wl ich ou uttach when ever you want an attiactivj tassel v FLOHA for "( 11 rl ured with (olored wor-ted. too. 1 in I sure thnt if 1 vve e a cettllltl age I would not mmd bathing in the winter tlm half so linn Ii if I hud one of the-e doll-longe- to plasb around with me. Thev -ell foi is- and SI tind would 1111 i voiins-tir's In art with delight. For -nme renson or other I nm al wavs (o'lictiug snots on my clothes nie! thev aie alwaj- "listinnte ones, too Su I boiichi im a little spot brush that bin beio e i lie Jov of mv lite. In the nul of It- 'null, wooden handle is n -innM hole w tl vhloh to hnn'lt In some ion veniint imnei The liri-tle,s .no small Mai It - and verv stiff. A few vlg- oious strokes of this magic brush, nnd ,,;tlie -put ill-appears. A dr.v (lea iiig nt home for twenty-live cent vvutli buj ing, i-n't it? itary Drew in Carrtnptm liella.ri private secretary, and is in love isilA our of Am clients. Dick Calardiit. Hel lairs' trnnf, Rvc Itochcstcr, has ob tained a position throuqh Julian Vatida t'ecr. an unscrupulous adventurer, who has hnoicn Uicl: in Alaska and tt anx ious to get a diamond which Dick oicni and always carrier Dick is tn (ore irtfi Mary, but Eve has her eye cm him as trcJI as on Julian.. Dellaxrs uants to marry Mary, tchn ts atayintt at his country estate to do tome work for him there. DICK'S KRROR EVR put out n slim white liand and touched Dick's arm. At that p chologlcal instant she -nw Marx Drew come from tne " brnrj to the hull and reall.ed with n little thrill of sntisfaction the ititininte picture tli at she, l.vc Rochester, a n d Dick made tete-a-tete. Life mlcbt be disappointing, but at nnj rate It hold amusing mo incuts. "Dick" she pressed uer aii- antiige snuggling closer to the mooih voutb beside h T oil the sofil "Dick 'mu-t vou ictiltx go nvvil1 at onceVSup I osc Mi'ipost some 'me wiiiitii'i .vou to st.v. V Suppose " A direct iliallenyo hoveied on her shallow, piquant little fine Pick knew thnt he ineiint nothing in this liipp.nl onuisol's life, mil tt her ntntinh ol flitter 'eenied to soothe hi- hint van ity. ' ... ,, "Do - ou want nie to -ta .' Ib lnted ard 1 spi-ed hiin-elf f-u the i uli. uloii.s question. Hut au'itln-t lii-iuii-iimn sen-e lje put it, dubious vvbnt ti.i answer would be when It cnnie. Of ooi si I do." h'ligui-hcd Mi t'.ve, positive thnt she was leaking i ilefinite imprison, and loa-ciou-- thai In r opportunities were tleettng If -In was to get the revvnrd from her guard -in then tlung- must move v ith -i.nie lipiilitv, Oh. for time in vvlmh to cnrv out her plans! i Vnndavfsr had sliglited her t nl.iv an'! 1 o would show him that he w,.-n t 1 1 , , , .. .1 1 1. I S!. .. .. A..l I ( tllv peon e OU im- uem-n . ""- "in i bad Dick on, and on wh). .us, it Vandaveer did n t care for lie mill even inniry Pa K i ninni n mar , Cii. -. At. .MA Ullii.-lli; "There's n hill about four mile-fiom eie. The n'r Is vvniuli'i f il t.p theic I'd thoroughly enjoy n tramp up theie." She locked so flushed nnd pi' I'-ed and uener.ill enthuir'stic thnt Dick felt 'usred. He wns masculine and vi rj l.uinnn Jiul nppi eclat !on is n soothing thing to one's hint vinity. "I'll cull for .vou it .", o'cloelt. if tb'it will suit," said Dick, n little grufllv .lenloiise was tenrintr nt liis heart con cerning Mnry and her supposed sweet heart, ('ariinston Hellmrs. In going out witli r,vc he would show Miss Man Drew that, after nil, lie was not mci -ing. And ' et subconsciously he was fit tiotis with himself for giving in tn Eve's unlet obvious wiles; She hnd no ones r mil at hcuit be ond her own: he knew thnt well! P-'it loneliness was nwfu1. nnd he i mid not fnie it ! A long trump toniot i iw might blow -nine of the 'obwehs 'loin his brain. Eve's ehntti r was at tunes amusing, tin ugh tlieie loald be no permanent friend-hip with the girl He Iif'eil iiioiuly eves to the dancers in the roori lievond. Mar was no longer ollnianng at th piano. The eue-t- weie d. tin ing to the svueoputed liin-ii ol a gl,iliiiiliiou lie -nw He lair- immen-elv -uavo and pio-perous-ii 'iiii! -co up in Man and tn-i-t upon n dance. She -nw Mar.v Hush a little, de i line at tir-t. and tlnn gradually a'low her-elf to be pel -untied. Oh, wel', he had learned his lesson ' lie would clear out of Pie phu e at once Hi was not going to sit then- and siiifet ' lie t;ot Up to 111- In t About a Sweater To tile Vttltor ot ll'oiiion'i I'noc: Pear Madam Having received such n favorable answer tho Inst time I wrote you. I nm seeklnc xour helpful advice again. I wnnt. you to accept my slnccra thanks nnd best wishes lor mo continuance ot j-our column. I would like advice as follows I have some black, heavy yam that 1 ripped from n swenter 1 never wotc How, I would like to know, can I make n little mv enter to wear nt the shore this summer? Could jou tell me how manv stitches to stnrt with t Wlint lilnil nf I, loose could be worn wMth n white or pink satin skltt? wnni Kinu couiu me ouice K"i f Knmetlllnir nnrvleontttis Could X'oll nrltil the words of the songs, "Uob-o-Iilnk" nnd "Tho .llihllie?" Wouht It be necessary If 1 asked one of my girl fr'ends to tnke a ride with mo some place, I to pa her ex penses for tho trip? ! x' II I nm glad you have been helped by the column. I nm nfrnld I cannot toll you nbout the sweater, as you did not tell nie what size xoti wear Anv jam book with directions In It will give vou tho proler number of stitches for vour size nnd give you nn atti active style of mnklng the sweater, too You can get these boofis nt wool stores or department stores, I .shduld think n sleeveless one would lit nice for the teashore If jou have heavy wool If the yarn Is ripply and uneven from being knitted wind it smoothlx- and firmly nround n jlice of wood and then dip It Into watei Let it dry in the nlr but not in the sun and It will come out nil smooth and veil again A fine dimity or lawn waist would bo pretty nnd appioprlate with this kind of skirt, although geougetto crepe would bo more dressy Crepe de chine is worn so much this year that it would look well to have a blouse coming hnlnul llm tn.lt of tills ill ll.lle PUlk. with n narrow belt ot the satin. The business clrl xvlll llnd that plain xvhlte voile, organdie, dltnltv nnd lawn nre' the coolest nnd cleanest for aummci , woar. A dark waist looks so plain ami, unbecoming without white collar and cuffs nnd they get dirty so quicklv I that It Is reall aster to linxo plent . of white wnlsts thai wash well . Your other qiierv will bo sent to the1 Pioplc's Koium If vou know the glil well slmplj tell her that you want to get up a i Dutch paitv,' or that It will not In i veiv exiNinslve o something of that Kind, lo let her know that you expect her to pay In r own wa.v. II ou no not know bet virv well It would be politer to offer to pa tho carfat e, slnco you suggested the outing joui- scir. NEWS note sn.vs thnt in CWnt: Onrdrn. nt Ihe ilower liliirkct. In London. mol of the carrjinv,' is done b.v women portcrH. , N'ot n job that you would care to have even wished upon jou. Is It.' Flowers nre benutlful. of course, in spiral lonnl. nnd it would be n great plenstire to work nmong them. Hut when it mini's to loading jour self down with heavy plants -ever) bodv knows how lienv.v n pol of earth tan' he that's "something el-i. again, und nnybod who wants that kind or work is welcome to it! After nil. It would be rather disillu sioning to be on such Intimate terms with these mysterious beauties which give out such delightful fragrance. "These roses," you would get tf Knvltiir. "nre worse thnn usttnl today. They're dropping off nil the time nnd their thorns nre nn Inch long Here. wsoh, stny in the middle of the pile, where vou belong!" "I ilon t see wlint people see in these," ou might remnik. cotiteinptu ouslv. gathering together an order. "They're heavier than an tiling We have, und they don't bloom much and there isn't nny smell at nil " (lone would be nil the thrill of buy ing nn in chid give jou u languid how of recuuiilt tm, of liming n sunllowrr No. Indeed, (her nm i.i presented bv t,0 Ducli,.K lt ,, "'ft which consists of ,,mY ' l!H? llll llllf Clll'll I ' ( Wou'dn't it he a ilrim,!f,.i .i . your emplojer wrote j., ll."orI!( notv on the tvventj. third of iw T" sajlng thnt In appreciation of ,()U7H wo.k tlurlng t. ,cal. ,, u.M ation of the Increased pi,,nt, ' Tf .Innutir. he honed vou wonl,l . "" this little reinemhrniic. , f l"l lar nnd Iwo hiindkerchlef,? ID1M ! Aiiyui ng like timt is lwnts n .., come iiuuiiion to tut vvanlrnS. : course. "' lj Hut If jou hnd nltead'v spent ii,, . nected ninotint on tin. n. ,"v'.e M ol sli Ille Ilrtt !...... of II milch -needed winter rnni -I11?'"' shoes wouldn't it lie n hln7 ni A NI) jet. vvlien ),.u talP ,,' " slderntjoii the fact thnt tlievp, ' . who do tliis portei ing of (low eWlllU,- If OV: pn it I ni'itnf (iniilnti it w. nni.l. - , , ,,, . . . v in- u I C II nine . without n shii vv I ..il ,;.. ...PUr" must concede tlml this M . ', ' "l kind of gift after all ' l,y It -Is reall much the snnip , be if .villi- emtilover offereil vou B' nnd Iwo ski.ts; ii,I v.'ti V$ft pleased, though suiprisei nt n cl Ii Hint . somit No doubt this niuiual heain chunitnll upon ou. of condoning po,i ,lcn for tho-c with n sweet peu upon the dampness would hnve to hnv of the wentber. The' would lose n'l their iiidividiiiillt and become merely "stock in trade." BI'T the oddest part of this occupa tion for the woliuiti porters of Lon don is the "bonus" which they icicive once a year. Oh. )es. they get a bonus! Rut licit the 10 per cent. 'JO per lent to l!"i per cent which is the subject of so much conjecture nnd planning before the day before f'hiistmns in America, and n" much joy or disiipimiiitniont, ns the case may be. afterward. II ' 1W .,.! i ' 1 '"' Hie mr ! lis '''sld nnt ,- " ltlliC bonus , , wineii for nB ttpioiis some thin thev inn iusl count their expenses, when hind work It sounds fiiuti to wo lienr that nre nf n year's 'nbor Rut. like even thing rUc tiin, , , funny on the sin face it nri(, u' ing inio. And. nfter ihc nm-siiS,,ilnil -. be fnrcetl to ml mi I Hint tin l)ii,,M1; nioie about It "a thli US il' hi., .1 hear that two ipion ntnl ., ,j,3 iii.i-io.i.ii n -Hi-ia ion icc;a,': la. Iledfortl proimiiiv know (linn we do, nnjhiiw Sewing Made a Pleasure WUATS WHAT iii;i.i:n nr.rn: It jou'll exiu-e I'll go home now gi liciill I" Eve. vou ftom dancing " "Oh. no. inu'ie sooner -It und lull. P Mi-- IJoche-t"'" ; lie turiinl apolo I'ni onl.v keeping in t ' vou t I'd much lllll ll'lllce "' She edged u Th. Opl lis 1'iom hotela summci lesoit 'busy season' with the linking' of the schools now unlll mid-rftpieiiilije .ill tin and boaiding hou-es Unit i.itii v otl itninlv had put .1 wheel, win re Dii k Well, that was sum sptil e i was ii n .lll-U. Sh. ned tion. , . , Plik -ulhn'v snt up and -t,ii"l at I ,. Ah iln ugh he had nnd 1" i tl.,ig'its. '! i. -ponded to lur wi-hes m -I I p. l-lllg f islllllll. "Are vou doiiu anv thins tomotrov iifteriioon'.' I was v omli i me if vou u take n 1' ng li'imp witli nV" be f.-ked V.w't, "ves spin kled. "Oh. 1 -l.oild love to'." Thi I would ceitninlv he u blow fir M'liv Diew . was Evi s trunk e-piin-litlle nearer Pul. llir hold on him w.i- mi sin, ih knew. Thank liiavin- theie w.i- to , morrow, iinvhnvv! She would think out -i me ilever si heme wlieiebv to lonipio ini-e the un-u-pei ting Pi, 1;! Mutters must lie "nislii d" inunediatelv ! Dick's lii.imntul t'.iriington'- icvvard nnd, ii .1 'Hutu Vnndiivei r uune back, his def 1 inite upproval! Ph. theie was much at I slake'. 1 link's ejes wire roving tight nero--I t'n hall t" v here Man could be seen tluough the opi n Ilium v door levolvini " ui, in-full I" tin in in- of Ciirnngton I'e Hairs. Matv w.i- out of teach in I (hei her pin tun - shoulder In- saw I Mar.v llitig a glain i tit hun-ell and Ev. 1 Hoelie-ter. And a il. moil ot pervi.i-ilv ' -gi -I him on nm'iii-i hi- own volition and his better judgnn ut. i lie -topped mil p a- led a pink en run t.nn finiii a bull' b llin'I!ve w.i- vvi.ir 1 ing in the laces of hi i gown. He lifted the larnaiion caieiuii.v ami lixed it in ii in buttonhole. "Thank vou until tomorrow !" he -aid. iiiennlnglj. know Inn (nil well that Mar.v -aw the little m utinu ntnl -. i nc ! xiuat lon-siienih rs will In thiongirl with m mv varieties of guests, atnontvs, whom thile are nlwa.vs a cutaln num ber of tiouble-makets , Whtn pvoplo abandon tlu-ti own homes for a numbei of weeks oi months iv iv ear thev have to male some sacrifices for their annual outing life and oni of the iUtesf of these I-ilu-' s.icrltbe of home prlv icy. In a liublli liotlix theie ninv be under bid! curio-ltv-seekf r.- nib issips -vlv do not s.ruple to list, n In ,-orrliloi - loi any moisel of eonveisatioi vvhlih will lull) th.-lii t" to. il talk ' latei .mioiig the porch-t ibbl. a Si, It is ndvlsihl' foi a Mlf-rtkpectlng famllx gioup to br moie letietnl and it served In a sun nier hot 1 than il Is luedful io b. e liotne The best of us cannot tiffin il to furni-'i f'l'l - 'or Polly riv. See This New Portable Electric Sewing Machine PORTABLE NOISELESS EFFICIENT THE JOY OF EFFORTLESS, NOISELESS SEWING WILL BE YOURS IF YOU OWN AWILLCOX&GIBBS PORTABLE ELECTRIC 'J ry this wonderful machine in your own home. We wall instiuct you xuthout expense or obligation on jour part. No Bobbins to Wind No Tension to Regulate A Stronger Scam Tho Strength and Beauty of StiMi Is Un-uipa. cd .Sews on the Heaviest or Most Delicate Matciial Runs with tho Smoothness and Accuiacy of a Watch Sixty Years of Development Has Produced the Acme of Perfection in the Willcox & Gihhs Automatic Ask for Demonstration in Your Home Your Old Machine Talicn as Part Payment Balance Convenient Terms Willcox & Gibbs Sewing Machine Co. 1709 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. Telephone: Spruce 2192 SERVICE' 'COURTESY '. Tomoriow Tlio olrc nf Vnnd.iM-cr Their ( nines a sowing stand mad' Ml n-t mm' tlml is wry cniiwiuem Pm tl ' I fiout porch. It stands on lour b - ill t in is. and taaUe it iiislbli- in P. Id Hi -tiiii'l up t" tuel. III a hliilil'ei 1.1 i In--lib tin" cii'toiitie basltct i Im I ii i i pink and has small jiocKi t nnd pin I i usiiiun- itlnclied. Tlicii u.'e t i I -tile--ne for if!'' '-'" and the otlui i 5 15. j Tnr ninien of oliops nililrri" IVonnn's Pile. Hilltor cir Thonp IVulnnt or Miln 3000 PARKER'S HMJ. BALGAM SReaxovM'ii tmruff dinftiiut Itnau, iOcautr to Cry nc Fmdcd 1M or,RU(iii v iTurrriPip, Imiy CNni, Wlrs. rntrhnrti. K. Cool White Canvas Oxfords in All Sizes Cleans easily, shape, and is holds so fine Hand-turned Soles Low French Heels CtAFLIN, texture that buckskin. it looks like testnist StXre Closes 5 J'. M. Saturday 1 P. M. i ANNE L. DEVLIN ONE THIHTY-NINE SO. THIRTEENTH ST. Qe&F&imce off Summer Gowes Distinctive models for all occasions. summer material and at del i during the summer months. Of every ghtfully low prices toffim CORN hfes JPme imm rruit hart tie JERSEY Oiffbroncpf Try JERSEY Cora Flake TLBmalcKed -for mouiSft-wcBtering &h&e wisp goldera flcafe with ihe a'ieik flavor of the corn hnmghfc oz& hy our special toasting process, can bo used ess a delight - course wv m? meal of the dy. lilstkc. Original Ohicfi Gorn QiaA ehia MANUrAmiorn rj 2fe!ES Cereal Food Co. kLHLAl, PIMNA - MILWAUKEE.WIS ? ' OIOJ " tT&L. r i h- JL. f, .?aAfiyWi., i r.j ., .air, rJ , y.AI.J, U'w.S'