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TJJ,... -'.',' 'Mrfiifvl";,'"t ? I 1 I V m : pT 10 The Heart Pirate By HAZEL. IJEYO IUTCIIKLOIl Cevuriatit, IVtt. bv Public I.tdiicr Cemvary T?l1j r?rr....f ... L.f ..!.-.... u.i a iiibKum jjiijficail-f- nuu if.liwffl fe.u J What he irantcd, and when hit pri- rate secretary told him the irai leav ing te be married, he refused tn Ut her go, llccausc he needed her, he finally cairied her off en hit yacht bound for a Neuth mcrlcan busi' nets trip, but en heard he sate her net as an office machine, but as a I caman, and fell in lore tilth her. I'Jhce teas sieept off her feet by his J appeal, but she tras loyal te Juntny liland, he man she hud premised te tnarry, until the le'urned in l.lm and found him lacking- in failh : then she broke her rnnanrinent, t)f ceurii , Ulakeslce did net kiimc ?.' nu I Then teas tee proud te tell him. When he S tent her a chcrk for $e00 she promptly took it bark ' him, aid ht was forced te aicepl i'. CHAPTEU MT yPm Going te Marry Yeu!" TXMIAT Je I ecc you?" he nkd J " curtJj. , "Just the menej tlinl i. due en my Mlnry," Thre returned. ; He nl down at the dcvli nnd ttro'.e ft check quickly, which he bunded t-i her lin dliciK ?. Fur a moment Tlfe ,ies. .Hated, nnd then n he row te bK f(rt but brld out her hnnd. "Goed-bj, Mr. HlaliesW, nnd thnuk freu." Ills hnnd closed ecr her s'. ndc fingers until the.v '."n cruned in 'hi nlmest bnial itrcngth of his clnp. Mic winced wlili tin- pnln of 1', but he did net rcleme her. "Hew (eldlj nnd cnl'nl vmi ci.n break n mnn'N he.irt can't jeu?" 'i naked it riMrndlh . "ou suv sned-hi te me os though it didn't mnttrr nii".n or nnethrr te jeu. De jeu think I "it feing te let you go like thai? Pe ." i?" le relented her hnnd and hi" arm swept around her -heuMfr. "Saj cowl -Ik te me. Then .ie mc your lips." Ills olre n harsh, e mantlhiff. "If I held jeu m 'nj inns Just once nvm. what difference ian it make te you?" "I'lenM', plcavc- " 8hf lng'n. but the words were MIfled n li kis- d her napiln nnd agnin. Threnjjh half -elided eyes she miw lil fnre. grim nnd unre lenting; it frightened her wlih Imp rtranKenr'i'. '' its t v,in"..inn, b'lt he lield her 'e tii.it Mic could tint Mnsgle. ftud once iisaln n- Ii lind linpprn"d en the yni'ht under the light of the moon. ,the earth denied t rerk mid'" her feet. . Then suddenl; he i M" -iking, ami liis voice was -trnmtea eii!t.itir. "1 fheuliln't have touched jeu. l il mm tnnt I have, the die i mt. I don't care what jeu want In this world, hit J knew what I want, nnd what 1 in tend te have 1 want nn de um unuVrstnnd. teii'1 "Vnthlni ion cm su.v VIU bave an weight with nie. for I'm Through By a .JEAN The Happy have lived Ihere three jenrs and s.iid tlen't knew a soul in the Inui n woman I Knew it did her credit, as proudly a" taeugh jj Yet she's the bcst-hc.i-tf d little per son in the world. I have known her te hed real tears ever the troubles of peo ple slip has never seen. And she i'.lled le the brim with lutcrcis. Thai, no fleubt, if wliy she deesn'i have te hnd them in the" hnllw.js or th-iun:h th" dumbwaiter slnft. And perhnp It is Jieeatire e vvhnt we all tnink of tnc sveinnn who does the tvpe thai hn nethln; te de but t knew ii'tl disspmi Jiate the affairs of evervhds "n tin street that she nniieun. prmidls tuat she doesn't have even a bowing a quaint.iiui' ssith a soul In ihe 'louse Avhere she has lived fur thiee- jnirs. f Did she knew that the vveicni '.cress the hnll who is tied down ivnh an .u valid child would feel belli r for her 'fJoed morning' ' or Hint tin little old lady who Mu nt the window of the cer Her apartment often svisbed the ("' Jreung thing would smile at ler s he r. Jhe passed bs. slie would net for the World tnlss doing either, t Yet, though she has net spoken te The Weman Using Material She His Te the l.tH'nr nt H'c rnn'' Pi a Dear Mtulnm "e'Jld veu k d'v 'ei. We hew t.; make a Hali..sn dre." I has'e two Mi, (Is of mat-rial a lI"cr Of black and a pice of er.-uirc chintz I Je net care for tl-a 'I iv -i 'Uits se mi'i people hnve and ! V.nevv s"J can help jrip I foritet te mention n 'R"; It is thirteen, will b feure n erv -non VtUiilN'IA . I knew -i cuin'i.fr costume ter m; Drees as a bumble use Veu ia-' ' se the black inater.ai ! iv n "Mr in.. " eranKO. wiin di.uk ai'-ipe- :.v-,. III'! IL for a jacket. The.-e ir r!e-flttM eranRe tap i-lmmrd w tlaek v Irs fc-t. rs' cf r Supper for Late Weddlrrj I fe the I.tlimr et 11 -iimn - Pn f Dear M.-drn v." i ',-t t . be n-er-fied In a month or pn tl aiic it I weunl Hk you for I'erre 'nf. icntt m T'lenHO Jsr'nt lu 'OU- paper v at uriule b"1 'elit es.. -.. i .. r i e v'1 le be mar tled about C V M :.VTMii',' V The usual sicl'll'iR supi - l R'e'S of crerjuettes u salad. h'ad and buuer or Tells, ten cream, cake and -'iffee 'V ."i euld liave cte'een creiiiett-B a'd ceiery salad, ei I' ..ou pref- otr etr t'alng les-i expensive w.-.i'p. will iiprend jeser nierr hnve chicl.'.'.i a li kit pr made with mushroom' and pirs and tbu Bttlad, or t-oratega potato a. Things You'll Leve le Make 'I Vtlvct and OretVitjted Worsted Cuvhietv A VIllAl"! vi ih'"'ll ,s.VOItSTI.D l-l'.sjll( is a v. ctceum affair 1 hi foundiiileo is a li' r VlO; drlcal-Hhapc-d (.u.-hioe llih-v 1f n Jeng nnd about ifi lm hs m .l,.in ITum black vtlVLt te .'I'd it V'J " ter. will tictd ene uml a half jarda of aid-wide jjnaterJftl Jen. tbu seiiui. Sbli ouch cad nn llchtlv leirti'ier nn you ian Thtve I inches from each end nnil, n irli le low VS ehirrlngH one and a half Inehe- from these-' innke anethei tilple row, and ix inches en each dido another row Crochet a fllet band tvselse Inchex wide and long eneugh te fit around the i in-h-len. American Hcauty wernted makeii a Itrlkln centraM te the black- velvet rw i. . . ..i..i .. i "i ii in in mi. ii ii in- iiii m r .. ,. ... m . viua k ijf itaA tv)iui;t finiiinni ri iihp t-fii nun n l ----- .., . .. riiiiijii' 111 1 tun ikuii ' HL Inches en each hlda another row . '" ".wl! n"' r T- TT T 1 ' j iK and long eneugh te tit around the 1 ui-h- ' mines kukchs wen known . . . J L,g fcN- nrz. . ., il iS.. U Jr . AT. 9 ii Ien. American Hcauty wernted make., a , book " Hie llld C.iriesii 1 Shep " sr.U.I Mifnilnn ,3 JUQWafhkLSMSaOk L Ik terne0b,r .WuV. ' lL ul ! i I"'"" r;1" ' Scientific, cconemic.,1 and maximum production felB! HUB I UImBBU We i with fomet-me-net bluu and lasendei jvertted Btllth ever neme of tiie llewer en the filet band Crochet lu blue and ' veuuer n narrow ..ikd hduii.i 1 lie and. Ceser each of the town of fhlr liijra svitli u one-Inch erecluittd band two eolem FlnUb each end of thin ..usual VKI.VKT ASa I'KOi JIK.TEIJ ' M'entit'KIt'U'ilUUN vvHh u painted lif pr.rre:V,,.r,,,.h,.,re " Llr'il UiaZ?J ordinary cornflakes. Order by name. )S OWW Z' Street -Arch ie Filbert WmU Xinffa vvlth 11 one-li.eb creclmtid band lle.v.r pituU out of nbhen loops rw7V7Jf fflHr "J" 1 ,1 iwiMM.re,M,Uia,, w" K iSSFr'"T;l r,XuWXrW 835ciJStsT , , ;jOpcn Friday Until 9 P.M. Cloae Saturday, S P. M. BKkji-vi.' . , ) I L,. j "Should a If eman TclV about nn old love nffalr with u mnii who turned mil te be wtnthlW Would her husband underMaiidV If nhe did net tell nml the innn who hnd the power te ttiln her happlne came into tiie life of hinim en" dear te her later en what n problem ', llazcl Dpye liatchcler pre-enU the gripflng -tery of H weman'i olutieti of this tangle in a nn; that bring-i It home te eer ether woman, and makes Iit wonder "Whnt would I de?" The first Installment will appe.i- en MONDU. OCTOItKK 'J going te mnrr.x jeu new. this tiffr tiffr tiffr noen! l'e you un(ertnnd?" He c.iujlit her Imnds agninst hiv lips, held them then- for a moment and then releaseil her. Thre was conscious that she was trembling m that he ceuhl !mrdh stand. Hee senses were still .hirllng. and uncertainly nbe itoed there wondering what he wn going te de n"t. her liie. Then .iiiddeiilj he wus back at l "Oeme en ' "' "" "Where?" 1hee. dry lips whispered, .... .,.., the s,-enl. , What sha" S1 Oe"! Hl lingerv closed around her r.rm. ' jv.-r (.jnthM h jeu base hHpert ' "You're going with in through t!,,ii,e i"an thins before, ) nm cetnuig te! eiitrr ellice, down the inriider r.nd into, en ngn n Tlirre'.s a ecu In nun I've the elevator. In nn I. em ye'i II lm mj Itc- Inr ii liniment tiie grimii"-' if tit- mii e suf.eti'"! Inte seiiftlilug like fendcrnes-, t'tei Ills lpger tiglilened and he wa piloting hei -i nm. t'tr non Then wtiki'd through the outer office, tiaM t ii' girl stcneg-'phiT. with br hnd lield high, although h" saw nolh nelh ing. She wnl liardl.v conscious uf the crewil'd elevator, but av she galnttl tiie street --he stepped. "lle veu wan1 iiie te cnrr, you te th car'" s.iid hi- voice nl lur ear. lie van forcing her te hi will bv the heer streti';tii of his p-rsnnalitv . but once in l the cir 'Ihee tiitneil In him ipilcklv. , "Surclv jeu're m't in earnest: you don't rrnllv think jeu cnu force me te inn it v veu'' Wiiv, tluit s absurd, veu knew better. Ne one would marry a' girl uz.iin"t her will I've nine with I von n fRr because I iheuglit tt v mild ,ie foelixli te lllkr veu can s-, hev. Ml I!lnkelee. jeu fuss, but iifelv ridiculous th's is. i an't i arrj me off llM' ttli. "IVIij can't I? lie sni( fniinir te i' r, 'tis evc nbi i?.e. "ou re my pns. hi r as Ien; n 1 wrnt in held veu. Y" can tnk" jour iiie'.m of ninrrsiug me sepslhlj or of retiialnlt.e a prisoner until veu ve .nade un wijr niliid vinlv re member fin : give veu lair vsnrnlng tlui' .V'lil n EOP2 Willi lie; tills time ... m . . v oil re net going in escape. . ... .., , tomorrow "The I It ini.il um" Weman Ey es NEWTON Medium them, would samr in her faces? We tiie pinee without cem thus" quite the I familiar I mnv have many Interest and feel unite elf -sufficient. bit whetlier we rc.lll.'i It or net the ncoele . who live ..bout us (ie Uier.n something in our lives. Aftrr we has" been'awav a wi'ile the neighbors, the policeman in tli bent, t l.e s.une iteitmnti in the nnrring. all de mean something te us. ( l'.ve-i ih iceman nnd the ncwi.'ie;. have tin - jdaee. I"v erv builj adii fs one advantage that I vlng i'i n small town hns c)wr tlic lugl cit.i. There -ou don't fcl like nn n'em in n '.ist stream In which veu can i one and go. li-e and die and enuse net a r'aplc. When .veu reme back te Main slicit the welcoming sriile en eieiv1 fice . ii es seu feel thlt there U ,1i plai e where veij "belong." Aii'i there is no reason wl,v ve fl,-,t ilwll'i' In the cities should net be nb'.e In i.i.ik" one another fi'l tint was. te asr eir hit of sunshine ,s being gen-reil- with the smile here nnd the phns .t'lt vv rd tli' t e th.i ma nut flavor into semehidv's drab dav. without being gess.,,s women i r living in our neigh- car' doervviji.. 's Exch xenanse She Has Written Seme Poems ' ' 't it 11 eimir f'en- 1' 'lad.-n -t um a g rl of r'-.teca ' '"r it uii Interested i'i pertr, .onipeieil tpjite , few iiec"' i .veuld 1 ki te Mnd te r pli.- 1 can c-t paid for them if the ri . I'ere - v erth wh"e (an ; ou also tc'l n, Ulli-e pjetrj u, tiiuglit without ." fee I A POKTKaS V. i dei. ' ;vj serai sen.f of ; ou- , pc rra (j ( (ue quit'. . N te ' 1 'Of b.j p.iM feet." c ,r i . i. ii-Ol" (.' e. i , e ll t-.ee-' IUK -s : i jpfMiatp course. T).e and meters are u-.unl's eui.se In KnRllsh nt a aid ju could et til's v a- - I! 1 t uh hoel The Quvittien Cemer Tedas's Iimuiries vv ,'ii u'nd of parts s mekv and uiysteiie'i I-, vvhn: pleasing stj'e n nli trus - mud' s(, "ill Irirmeiiire with acme of t.ie room' De-enbe a silk lamp would 1 fe- Hal arc some lll.'ir lliev the i el'j." hade that niches the f.ie with Its nnasiinl 'I'sigll What hook bj an Vmer.ran au- t .or has Hesre- IV; tine js its l'p'0,ii"V l'.r the we. nu who h-es blnek ( "d wnlle. w bar l.ind go .! we it.) n,ii ke 'in i in I cv.i nsile f'lirls'm 1 " (l.hl n te icli of ci : s a pirief ,,r l'rln;-r Kird of hanging bask' 1 Id be ) uiglit? .' 'l.'gh'- " .I'lnalP . ' te (he .ill, vi hut 'ill fi !-r5 p.strrda.s 's Answers r e "'nrkerclilef of rl c Ijrr.. bn'i brld" is a gifi from ' her ue the- en in r vv Hiding daj . te be i ird te dry her eves nt tnc nre. ii ens It Is line linen, and N pt.t awns after the wedding until her death n in.i rie.l circle of flevvrred ma tcrlnl in the front of a round pll pll le v cover make a useful adorn adern ineni If (here is net ipi te "neugh p'sm material. Piill 11 till' ad of cole- mi,, ,r e(l('e e ll sir ,, i lirlillli fr,r tl,e belroeni window le drawing our ,. thrind I lien, tj-.ng Ihe colored thread en Ihe net while one pull ll in as the white one Is di n vvp out ' Iittl" Nell" ii. i.ic l.ereine of Charles IH. kens' well known bunk "riie llld furbish Shep " Hrnided wool In nil hades. Is new Mild for making hats that have an enlirel) different eff. -t A (hnruiiiigl.s original wav of irinunlng sport hat is ie n ake lle.v.r pi tills out of nhhen loops nnd berries mil of bends, arrang ing Ihein together In nrpttv style j 1. ia...- ... is i.ic i.ereine or 1 lempieie Line or urnuierej 1 rzz .s y. "-eVL " " ' 1 have an eniirel) different err, 1 . D AM g i ,. , mnkes the coat of Pest. Teaaties the name as ' 3 TV A? (PjiThTh RF&DING TPPMINaH MA8tfT f ', EVKNING PUBLIC Tell Mc r tease 1 ell me What te De ny CYNTHIA Te Mrs. E. A. S. , Tnc tliliiK for )ou te de r, te ke , all en the prlist. who will baptize- tli" , bnl for jeu, and ask him all the questions jeu bave nuked Cjntliln. 1 am sin e he will snawer you tntl.sfae I terllj and jour ntlnd will be nl rest ibeut It .ill ijjnthla could net answer the questle i for blm Send Your Picture t'ear c'jnthla I has a fur nmnj jear read fie Utters In jour leluiuii with pltnmre I ain a jeuiik Rlrl who (- , new In doubt and wlnh that jeu could I help me. 1 etue n't n K'rl In pclmel v hmn t !nrlj loved Phe has new Krnduntrd from h.'Kh "olieol T am In doubt and could jeu plea-., tell me whither It Is proper for me te wrlie her n letter nnd ! put in. picture IriMlrte. She Is n. Rlrl whom I rlvaju wai't te remember fhe .ilwaj'H leed me nnd flic also jrae me her jilctur Thl" clrl hai already I srlttctt tee a lftter and said that she was eemlrK dAti te fe ine, but Bht 1111!" nut come down te sec me jet ' A HIGH M'HOOI. STL'DCNT IN' nurrvr C5 deai. 'end jour plrtu-e te he ln u Icttei If veu want te de se If -he gave jeu one of herself ihe prnb hh weill'l UUe te have sours As! ll?t' tn 'eme pooh te see ' ou when you write, Mid name an afternoon and has e , ffii reiin- with for several month ne s i'Pi n out te ;n notion nml i( 1 tii .cjt vi i'i Mni also ; Il eiti'ipns that dad 1ms taken a grit i ii s!l,d te i-ipi, and uiir tilslil nfl't h- d i 1 en ! r,. s ii(i he didn't wrnt mc te s".' him pn" me" He paid Me had no rci s "i hut didn't I'ke h'ui He'n n perfit ! umtleif.Ti end h'ts r-.ir done or said I iiMVih'ui! te itlve ilin cTiif te tav ee. !t seems that t, lust thltiR I cim de s meet h't.i outside t want te ae- lilin. , i dei't H'.ic te de this, a- I knew nice , tiifln del' t th.nl; ruteh nf tlrls who de i It I ileVt want te be shut off from having c.il ers. nlteucther. l'W-1 UBSSKn Then Is i.e problem about sour ques tlei.. Veur father must li.ne a Keed en.se-i fe- tie istand 1 t kcs Te net i ec-ur.ig( ibe j eung ma v te call again .vim u'-ei- in in iiha oe hoi meet ntpi outside veui home The-e Is no I f.U'e for deing: th it sm of (him,-, and ou would itv(- ;uirs'lf In his opinion is aeil is veur own Kath-is often I -si i.-ceii r-.i-.ejis niej no nor w-l":i te . I. nn, 'J Ml father knev k hat he ' de in.'. jure Wishes They'd Write Again pra- ' iiria -ue nu nk cmne-s te u delightful c r'V, At, ..r, t.Mased Ue nu II. lilt'.!, ill! 'I1 I I U .1.1,1 ,1,1,, TI 1,111 11 , M,n.rtl. ,. N" ,.,,;,. ,.li .tint nn. ,le-r. net , . , .. , ,,i, I- " -' -. 1--..V I .I'lUH HC V li II .1 1 O Jrs W-. ha i "veer, as the pleasur1 has "i far. i.ianj, inanj '.i.i'.Ks a I the pros nnd con i of I it Jure. "Bin..; Mar.U ' "nerenc. MctViilxihU'lCiV and several ethern and fliil 1' Jiifu'lni? te di tcr'n''i Just win Is svh" Please len.einlxr these of i is who leek fe-ward te sour mnimunl tatle.iH lM pleorure es'ers dij, won dering as 'v. pi- up tlic paper J'lsl what will be sub1 surelj Ir Is net r gbl that we be sj unfair!;- feo! d. Probably jeu ill have i nl thought of that side .it "all -'e svh net go or" A c are euro one dies net i. .quire any umrask ns. We cfrtj our own pT'peetisen. tee PIa a'1 of ye'l. r-aunie jour enter- t Inliir dlvusslen- we are is Intrr- t"d as jeurse'vi r.nd liase v.ry di- L.!ed opinions but lack the slt.il sparh i-. tiicessn- te put tliem before the ' & I11' '" '''i "' '"", ' " '. v nrlj ' airnnged as fellows . I'lnie Ine nnine et " thi cniiKS te the ej e.i of the afeic- ' e.icli gentleman guet en a slip of pnper tin nt unel diar i.'jnthla. jeu -vMl ha.e'in h ijhv envelop, and have one of 'lie earned eui lies' heartfelt, tl-inl.s- Here's heu'.np for nn cnrlj crssitlen if hestll' 's and also that - se offended no e'ie. BLDDiri- THItni:. i1 OLD ENGLISH LETTERS oe 'n are aiwnvs leiklng fei new wnvs t" murk lm( if . but hull" of them fall back en live geed old wav. ft U net nlwa.vs "a te fitu n model te (epv when doing the marking ,'eurself. and se f. r the cnns'Miieive of these who "nnt th'v e'd nng'i'di initials or will waul tliem win" time, the alphabet in 'this form will he gis.n lure from time te tunc. Cut tiie b tiers out nnd "m tliem -jeu'll want Uicib some time lit fore ;uj diu! P. N. PRACTICAL FRONT CORSETS I'eaturc at Thin Shep " LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, WHO'S HIE GIRL IN THE HAT?" MSkmma& w &&. w wi TllUt's tllC W, people Wl llld refrf creation. It is n drcssj nffnip fm nml iiderucd with i nnplnn nl m If be plen'ed. for the gown wen. witli being of black uei in a wd niuare ilk with a M1ir1 A 7 TV Tin 1iJ r i rs. Wilsen Aids These Who Plan Parties With Seme Tempting Halloween SuppcrsJr ' "P' bci"; , ' ' ' tlut the ride vns doing for the cm Even if "lie" and ",' Get Partner., They W ill Have te P.v MUS M. . ll,SON Coe-.rieht. 1 II. by itrr .if. .1 rlshta rt'rrvrd. 11 llSOl .111 OtTOltnit .'tl Is nihgt when tin 1 nllew en - the fairies - se (lie siery e0(,v , -nnd (ill these who have "passed mnv re urn te run I, l"r n lew, i, .. ,, , , , . .,.i.i1 lle'lrs- uence tnc mni.n.s i-i m-.-i. ...- (he ghosts of thes- who arc stippiceiMe teturti te us, for u little vvlille in Iridic. Ancient customs tell us that this eve, like ml. .summer nrht. s n scrv aus picieus H rnsien le !.eek flic knowledge if one's future life partner by crrtnin e.sstic riglils nml tricks. Hallow ei ii parties are usinMv nr.sked affairs and tin- es 'iin- t M,r"i li "lu ing tli" old fiislnened gnri's such as , ekiiic nnd bobbins for iip.'''" and i inn ilaiui'ig rini.U.v svinm the magic hour of midnight draws near there in the sidrrnn performance of these iltes tint will tell the maiden Urn name of 1 er future life partner. Van te have a nal old fashioned , Ilnlleween part j. and abe'il I0:"t)er II I" M. before these mvstn rites tli it will bring tnc tvening te n lulai .eus (.le.se liave ltebblng for Dengbntits Tie deuglinuts te a string and hnug .u the cenler of the room from f,e rhnndeller. Itlliidfnld tee su"st and stand him i'i front of tm deuudinul. He will base three chances, te hob out ,!u bend nml bite I be ile.l cr'llllK ., i.. i . """' "'-... n,.- ,... ... .,. ,,. .-,.- -ir),. dressed as n rin-i. Have II. e envelopes packed tienllv in a bes and as eacji gi.esf mi rs mie i uih ten ,ne fortune of ei'-h lids 1 v s.islng, Mad ame, tr- jour luck : veur fat" tonight ih In this envelope" Then I1 ' gacst cb.(M -n rns elope. TI i ens i lopes mnv le ce'de-te.) :'nd this itiint repealed three or four tini" during the rscniug. As usunl the tiiiul success of the veiling is brought le a cns bv the supper. The spontaneous hilnril.v of ihe eve ning aids the ilgettien and the folk nre usually hungry when it Is time for th" "upper. Plan a simple and wholesome menu that dues net require a Treat ib.il .' labor in 'erv ing. for this meal i ill v vci.v infeimal "-"" silve Halloween Celery r.itc.te isnlud Peiiipad' Hani or Cheese Siiudwi Cakes Coffee Nut I i,er L'c'erv Vuts 1 'elerv nml Nut Sinidvuiaes ( hickcii Salad Apples Kaisln'. Coffee Cider Pickles "Very N u ) llnm San.lwici.e. Cream Cheese and N'ut Sandwiches Cream Salmen en 'Iras' Cllkcr Coffee ( (, Petate S-.liid Pompadour ii IV,- tweiitv guests jeu will iconic fis.. pniinil of pef tees. Bell rl cm until mmlir. liieu ilralu and PS" I. ll.t in i thin hli'V and add Twe ci p n f t.:f hi n meed 1 1 le , One-half cup of i Ore half ftp c 'r.cly minced nninns tinc'y min'cl puis- .'.V. J . 'itte yrrev peppris, minted fnc. Ne-s tilac" In a 'aueepan I Z no . ups of v il 'er. Our and m e-h-ilf rt.p of tir--ejr. Or." ci,v nl siftt ' four. 1 "iite nnd unc-hn'f teaspoons of tfus tetrd Die Ira.sp'inn i' sat, 'm?f WIF&& i tin one who weie this nrlking vinlng made of black hersehnlf ufliciciit plumes. Tbej inny well the hat Is quite werths of notice, inch, embroidered In liens j blnek lilet deilgn Separated in the Dramnp er'ttlttKiiK Enjoy This Delicious Feed Our half teaspoon of pepper. Tini tiiblcipoens of suqnr. Stir te dissolve the flour and sea soning nnd bring te n boil. Cook slow ly for live minutes nnd then add Our nnd one half pounds of baron in'iwd ieiy fin'', Hrevvn the bacon nlcelv in n skillet and add the fat In which 'it was cooked nnd 7tie trell-beatui "pi:.,. Heat hard nnd ll.en reek for two minute nnd then add one cup of sour -renin nnd thin te the desired consist cue) with slmgnr. I'ettr ever the prcp.irrd potatee. Il( seise in ( risp nesi of lelMice. gnrnlshing i with elice of hard-boiled gr i , fimdv minced green peppers. Uengbniils Place in a wiiiuc bow I J'nur am! eur-liiilf rupi e One ttavpaau nf mil. Three le-cl lablcfvieni nnv dc, , f fl'JIl, of bakinp One r'ip nf smnr. Sift te mix, then rub into the pre 'UI ll JUMil It'll In-rl in,!, r0,,,, f ,iin tniv,lti New plere- an egg in the mixing cup d till the cup with s nter. Turn in and till .... cup will, suiter. Turn In ii hew ami neai 'e mir. the,, ,,i. ... ,-.. i, ,, ' ' ' "' 111, II, 1, 111,11L1II. I.llll 111, .... n .I.... I i i i i- . --. " ."'i- uii .1 l.eure.l heard en.-half in. h thick, cm and frv 111 sl.leMllg het fat: (III' t will, nnn.1i,rl sugar. telcn- and 'ut handwlcli FTIIln Mine si rj fi ic line run nl intf 7 ire 'talks nf irell con, ird cre.e Orr lainr head of well c'rv.nW l'rt. ftcc. 'h i larr.t enn , hrrr jifi 'c;1; - I -. I lien relil tvie c ips of tliilv iiiiLviuujuisi ;. ul u t, te iilnee FP.lftOne between i lie ui'"il(l. Cream ( hecs: and Nut Sinilw-'i-Ji Kill Ing Place 111 n b"wl I vn takes e r, enm el t vc, "if Winl1 ni.ien mn erf. One hnlj cup of in"'y mir-cti pars ley. One -ir nl f.ncVi mlnud nut, "ue c.'p nf n.eyenraisi. Mis and u- for the sandwi-li fining. trcatnrd haluien flare in H teuuecpan Cite quart of mill-, e ii- cup uf sifted f!ir . Stir te di;elre the Pour at"! then rjilng te n boil. Coel s'e'sir for five mln ,tes. New add Oi.e Fhi'iil o'lev. ijral'd lien eie'ii pepper-, uiir.ctd very fine, . One-hall crp nf finely n meed parsley, line can nf ijrccn ,)caj, ustng the lniwd and the pens. ' 7ite ian- of Wweit, i-rl( drained ard il.in and lencs lanevcd, H'Mt slewl; te boiling point. Sc-ve I Oil t'lVl. ' I MRS. If ILSONS W Sty ERS viy wen- .sirs, vs iiei. ivinnlv pub '."ii directions for making geed pnstr; j.er me piain. i iihe n risp jisstr for pi . net tough a -id the under crust net seggv . I J. I Tr.v this pastry rcc;., Piacr In a mixing bowl Three i ups of nfted Heur 'I hire teaspoons of bnl inn petrJci, One teaspoon of gall. Mff tn mlv: nnd then ruli in t ve tiii-i! ei p of tdiertentng and use one half cup .' water, c'nrt'v. I" ' "rm n p.isti) 'I uts will make I" e large pie. NOTICE: If s your fault if you get ordinary corn flakes, The superior kind is sold under this name only- Pest Temties best cernjlakes OCTOBER 20, 1021 DREAMLAND ADVENTURES The Ginnt's Ta)bI rrinccsa , Hj- MAnllY '.tack and .land, tcifi Unlky Ham, Jointed Mule vnd II 'oedctt l.lfl '''. i ,u,t a circus tidcsheic, 'lhy ye fei n ride, with the Hi cur f lm lu em ' Weeden niephunfs back, an, I the ylcut ildtiw Jointed Xtuiu and Halhy ' liam., CHAi'TKIt 1 Tlie I-'nt ltly le"s RIUtNG en elephnut Is net nu easy job. The clepbnnt hns u peculiar ,wnlk thai makes IiIb bnck roll from h-de le side nnd up nnd down. UM U( en his baik is like b-lng iillchctl nbeul in n beat en n stepm sea. When ii pcrni-11 Is u 1 te riding en nn clephti.it it Is fun. hut It .b c... .. tt,,. ..reus fat lai v. She nn J never ridden en nn eb'phnnt before, nor even en n here. . Se when .Inck nml Jnnet nnd the Rlntit. aided bj Unlky bam nnd tlic .leinted Mule, heisted her upon Weeden r.lephnnt'H bnck nnd sent her forth en a gettliig-thin ride. he found hcr.scl ... i. let of trouble. Weeden Elepnn id'dn't have any hevvdnh. ubU-li h" J.lgb scat in which circus folks iiMihl I ride en mi elephant's back. All neon- , en Elephant bad was n bteul harness The fnt ladv clung te this harncM with i all her might te keep from being pitched off. but tdiu found it thrilling, nervous work. , , , The circus fat lad was sorry she bud ver get out te lese iter tai e.v u." elephnnt-back riding. She hnd never T'Mmx mnisen w fat lady what sh" wanted te de when hew charming she was. Her fnt was melting nwaj from her like butter In the summer run. It vvns dripping te th ground in streams of perspiration. Ah the fat lads's fat milled and dripped away the lead of Weeden Kb phnnt became lighter and he stepped forward at u faster gnit. And ns his need lncrenf-ed his back lolled and pitched nil the mere. The fat lnd.v was "". , i .( ,1,1,, , hnnging en nnd calililng Hhe ceuldnl cr.v ' l.ept se pusy liic hrcnth u-..r,,i,.i, K.letihunt tclllne him te btep SI e jubl clung te the harness and gaped. while Weeden lphant surged en inwnrd the ten of the h'.gh hilU. Weeden Ulcphnnt v.ent se fust he get ort of sight of .lack nml .limit and the handsome veung giant, who vvre lidleg Jointed Mule and llnlkv Sum 1 he i inuliM couldn't go their usual puce be- .nusp the tall jeung g'mnt hnd te ridel the two of them, sitting en lia'h.v Sum I nil 1 'irVVIIIMri 'li- I- i -'- "- ' t . i.i.i.. i.; tnnt i .. in icifii i Jointed Mule, ltut the tn i nl Woolen Klephaut wnsensy te fellow for tins marked bs s)ilashes of nieltnl lal tl-nt had dripped into the ilu-d of the iea.1. niJ '11 ", . , .,, s,.. , tl at l MO 1011 Ot in Uins n.Miimn 'V"UJ v l . - .. .VI. ..J -- I .leehnnt enme te a step. ue waiicu s bile the mules svitli the giant and the , rhlbireii caught nn- l "Hurrah ! cried .lacK and .lanct in- Igellur when they wm the wry llie fat ,,,,.. was melting. "Hunnh lud.v was melting. l ou ..re i .. .i. i n ssliee iei tiiiniii" ii i n .in t ou. If I nj run and rem 1 catinE rand jeu nml an 'vim and i'iH , lese nil the fat I seu want te lee " The glunt looked nl the fal lad; rnt- ' iBl, , - i "Yes." he agreed. "Shi is u let ' thinner. lu some vv.'.s.s sh" leml ids ..ie of ins lest prlun.- t lie princibs e. ms dre-iius '." P.ul the fat bul. nid; g-eainl as she ok a rhoceinte (renin from a sibi sibi be. fastened te Iit wrist. Him ju' crooned nnd melted and nte tim chcse ' late drop. 1 (Tomorrow will he told Ice the lur lad.v stints en a wild adventure that , makes he," n heieine.) ''Life itheut Leve" 'I he let of the unmarried woman in! Ibis ceuntr; compared te that of her' unmarried f-istcr in lletgiutn I" res.v. ' according veu-ig Mile Mnthi'lei Hennn.v. sshe hns lust entered ihe Nn I tonal Heard Training Scheel of 'he. . W. ( . A. in New V '.. V, ,. ! Heniiay, svhci asked f.." l.er miii-c,-.. mens of America, tinii.llv s.-ml j feith in hrr charnctiristic enrnesi manner. I "Here in Amciicn the woman -hew ! shall T sav it '--without leie has a big full life." she saH. "Sue has H- t. resting nnd absorbing work, full of I ser-lcc te ethers, fn Helghim an un irnrrled svomen is deemed te a nnirew. s, If. centered lif. . Sh.- hn" m opper. I lunity of service te the ptihl1 -. Viih1 1 nothing in life, she is, forced te live for self. At fertv -he freis e'd veiv old." A Ih eivn Stuin li or n piti" lloer. a gee.l biewp si ain can ue mode b. dissolving an none of .permanganate of potash in n unci t ni vvaim water. I ii's inpud js vole' color ed, nil wi.ep i.pp'ieii ie i neil ciiemi a action lr.'evv u results nnd l'e weul k, naineil A Grewn Man Who Sulks Like a Child When Seme Little Thing Angers Him uins the Geed Impression Thai His Lovable Nature Gives by an Exhibition of Uncontrolled Temper Every New and Then TT WASN'T what lie ordered he in-! J- kImpcI petulantly, ns he looked nt the delicious tempting ciuero1e the wait ress hnd brought. Up hnd ntked her te hurry nml hc hadn't hurried enough, pe he slapped the lid back en the dish tfiid turned nwny. Ne, he wouldn't eat il. The ret of them could hnve it if they wanted it, but he didn't care for It. If wasn't what he wanted: bring l.lm some peached eggs en toast nnd be niilck. And se he waited in wills' sulky silence while th rest of his party nte the thing he didn't order, nllheugli rverv one of them would have sworn that' he did. and he wntched for the re npneninnce of the svnltress. . . 1 1 .. ..,1..... i,.ln ..f I li i.nl iLinas iihvci:vii imm-i ih,h-m ,,..,. I., co ahead with their meal, but most of them behnged te his own family a ml thev kneiv It was the only tiling te de lie has never grown up in this one respect. Ills childish reltlshncfis becomes ap parent every once in n while nnd al- wnjs at a tune wncn it is sure m cm- . bnrrass seme one else. i He tjeser lnts. nn.s longer than his temper does in n nev position. He gets n'eng r-plendidlj at first, likes the weik, finds seme geed frl-nds I iimnni! the men. Uut semj little foolish thing arouses his nnger. and that Is the end of his f relations with that place. , He starts arguing, weri.s inmsen im im Inte n while heal, nil without mctl or piovecatlon thnt is worth noticing, and before he knows it lm is out en the Mrcet looking about for another position. ET le a cnsunl acquaintance he i seems nue nn nmuieie. ""'. !,.,- .l . ' natured person. If nnv thing n Ultle tee easvgeing. Thcr" is a decidrdly lovable side te , , 1 t. v.Irl.f l.n nil Int-nhle HIS lllllliru. ii-ini "-- "iih"'k i- " ' j , . , M1,p ,,arncj , control ever I ,H 0mp . A temper b a geed thing te bare seinetlmes: it amuses jeu te a. lien when nothing e'se will, and turned in ihe right di.eifien It is a prctlv stu.ng power for geed. Hut .seu hose le stcr it. If jeu. like tins man. hnse always been allow "d te giv- it all the exercise it wauls -net wils. wants veu will lind. as .seu glow elder, thnt It hns (.! .- . ...-1, ..Aiitfd nt'PI' nil ft 1 1 J I ll'.l iniO ( l()I(, mpr ,( . . . . . ' "" ,s net jour inuit, it is tiie inuit , of tlc-e who hnve named .seu. lnei ght . ,, .... (i alii ini lUC!' 1 (til MtWl Til II flOl t ,'" "i; " - " '. .i.ivfliAi jeu. ......-. I c 'bad Children de nel (el.b'Tately develop 1 tempers or cultivate geed dispesi- tient SEC OUR EXHIBIT AT THE PHILADELPHIA RETAIL CROCERS' FOOD TAIR, FIRST REGIMENT ARMORY, NOVEMBER 7 TO 19. Fresk from, the Gardens ilffisShM itM W$Mm WM Wm&f MM m& Tke Tea that Sold only in NEVER B 1 li-,rel-,n ft .r -- The response te our ads last week were very gratifying te us. It proved te us the people of Philadelphia appreciate geed meats at attractive prices. Our aim is te give Philadcl phians meat at n price it will be worth their while te come te the center of the city te buy. We are conveniently located in the Terminal Market nnd have courteous meat cutters who will give you geed and quick service. If you didn't take ad vantage of our offerings last week, de se this week. i1 Skinback laegeII A 1IC? UAlfld Best Cuts of Rib Roast Half Smokes Fresh-Greimd Hamburg Shoulders of Yearling Lamb : Rack Yearling Lamb Chops Large Slice of Lein Yearling Lamb Pure Perk Sausage Real Country Scrapple, 10c lb- City-Dressed FRESS1 Fines?: Calves' Tlieir elders, by careful leaching, b? constant example, " nnd bv discreet guldnnce train them into geed charac ters te keep ec lusc as they go through life. TF THEY fall, if their teaching li - peer, their example, centrnry ntH their gtiidnnce uncertain, the chthlran ran rcnrcely be blamed for giving way te whatever feeling comes along. Uf reurrm H Is hard te understsnil hew n man with children of his evsn inn reconcile hlmwlf te behavior whlca mnkes him leek se silly. Hut we lire often blind te our own shortcomings, nnyhew, nnd when anger in nllewed te run loose like that It dendens nil ether understanding. The fact remnlns, svliaterer the ren- hen for it. that there are many men who nllew childish passions te overcems , --- , , , .. ---.. their geed sense and belter nature, i We can de mere than marvel tt them; we can leek into the reason for ,L .11 ...! Hn . 1, ll.nl ...... ,,.S ir nil nuu nvi- i.w it- uiiiL our esvn Cllu- dren are given a bettr foundntlen en which te build nn admirable character. WHAT'S WHAT " ttr HEMW DKCIT When death occurs In a family ana I lotion of sympathy are received, It in I net te be expected that these letters can I be answeieu te promptly us cerrt. I cpendenee is responded te In happier fines. sJometlmes there Is Illness afte I bcreasement, and there may be ether I cempllcnttaun which halt the return tn normal conditions Se a. month and cseu longer may elapse before messages of condolence- can be answered by per sonal letter'. Te n large extent the engraved carl has supplemented the personal latter The formal response Is sserded In semj surj il aa tn.s: ... -.. s.- t .,... !... knowledge with thanks your kind mes- WIB0 of sjrnputby In their recent be . reavetncnt." ,t specially engrascd cards arc net de t L I .l fncioe itltli Mnnlfu fr.t II. a ..... -i.-j, .v.. ,, ";" .... .;. mr- miuri r ,- H hnf! frfim nil Etnf tiinarn Tk.. -;.--"; --( i" v:::.:l v."i " fIVe:; ' , tiniitU r 1, ids' e 2Z t(.,u te wait a longer tlme for the ner- senal letter. "!$ Is sure te please. metal packets EN BULK B204 - - f --. ft ,. mm'mm'fl Whe!c Ver Cut; Chops MAMS, lb. Liver, Ib. pn I mil IP- -id l lll. ISik r20c ib- OtHCI, X'lUtUV.