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,g f , k &' 10 Weman's Life and Leve Ily WINIFRED HAKPKH COOIJSY De Yeu Paralyze TS IT nesMhlc for n wlfe te wreck her ' X htinhnnd'K onrepr. mid render him un- ' fit te work, mctely hy loving him loe much? "Ah," you nv, "that la the fu-xy. tup Id. sluirt flighted little W e in n n w h e clamor for n tentlen nnd nntt her own pitmII vanities nbeve lier hURbandV work I knew thnt kind . they never leave bfm In pence n moment, and then jr h a n he iins rneU 1 n r r e eneueli Minis fei wiNtt-ni u IlAUl'l.l. I IJULLY their multitudinous pteved, and meld." yynnt", tin J life YOU nre mNlakeii : it yyns net that pert of wife nt nil. Thi one iins Wpr and line and mtirre'iw. Siie wi fibiped her hushnnjl. and sacrificed lierv own caret i. giving nil in r t.i.iut nnd tact mid time te the i-flurt ( bringing out hi"- senilis. Sie idiiit hi' eyes te his lazine. ami biavelv choked back the tears vylien he tailed and grew irrital'le and shuwed an uitr lack of lppre mtien of .ill her n iii" iii" tratlens. After all the money she lii'd in the yrerld had been lied up he cot .1 .l any job, under any heavy Isihcn -and supported him. still hoping tl at i would buckle down te hl tnk ami make -geed. He coolly let her weik , , . ,-, all day downtown, and thnn market and j come home and get the dinner, necept- injj evervtiniiK en the T-iunpuein that he was 1 v erld cenius -I'lel 11I1I n: possibly labor ei et when in 'hi pe lect mood. And yet -1 adored bun n.l K e ; . i up the pretense of his ei"itit-l!v pro ducing, nnd becoming se suere-sfnl that her peer little effort in svppi.rring 'f home for two yenis would be foigettei in their lutuiy. A1 ND then there mine a time wnen a uiarruiouspn.weuiogicHiiacruavvnea en her; he never would work se long as they lived tecether: This wn net a, selfish excuc for her te get nwav; It was net an imnginnry, morbid, com plicated fantasy such as Ibpcn and Strindbcrg insist tint their heroine hereine ftl. It was a plain, honest, comnioti cemnioti comnieti wnse actuality She worshiped him nnd would rather have scrubbed floors than te exlst without him, but slie could net e en smothering nnd strangling him ?e she left him. He v as one of these lerveus, l.igh-strung. et indolent etamcters who went mad at thp thought of being goaded te work. ven Dy we sweetest, most tHCtful meniic The Tcry sight of nn energetic per m, who is calmly willing te de the vrerk nearest nt hand, infuriated him. W cftim, t Jl ATT ... . ,, , , I mastery. She had net relinquished the LI this is in a rather wonderful wn m 1 the fin" in femln.nifv. She new novel by a very charming wanted Iov. she wanted babies. She young American, who was .let appre- created an artl'tic and tempting home dated by this 'euntrv till her first novel nut or i tinj nook in peertv. Her took Londen bv storm first ,'loneus hope had hi en te make The hope of this wife was eld-tash- her man great, nnd then te worship iened eneugh: it wns te lme n home him Hut it failed. nnd babies and bring out the finest ard , "p cannot belieie tni is uphnl of highest In her man. But it fnileil. 'all modern striving. We knew tee She subordinated her own taicnts. mnnv actual, concrete exninpi"s of ia rmt it was of no avail. He needed a dlantlj happy married (euples: each of wife less positive, energeti-. it-i'f whom ha- talent and develops it. mutu "Kve, dear, don't uerkl Just be ;nv clly proud and helptul Hut the' book is Vile! You're tee dominant, tee whiil-' tasrinatmg. and stimulates Intense in windy, fe violent." inur, into a vital Kubiid. Paul and fly HELENA ' Virginia Teleplwnes Her Grocery Order for the Last Time VIRGINIA gave th- number of the veu're going te snv. And I'm going te grocery store s telephone wearily, start right tomorrow doing m v own Although there was net a sign ei u wnning of the nappy honermeon. it was a f-ightful bother te knew what te order for dinner. Why in the name of higli heaven couldn't some seme some heih invent something b-udes Iwef. lamb and perk'' she wondered restles!" as she re peated the number, l'resentb the sooth - tag TOlcc of the order f lerk at the store answered "What have veu ger mm i- "-' '" ?" tp asked htm ; the usual thing. , , .rr..i. "Well, we haye some nice sweet- eceads." said the clerk. Vlrcinla hesitated. .. t. Kn, rhPin she "Oh. I in trazy about Uicm. sne Mid flnallv. "hut I don't believe Iknew "."--. . .!.. . l- In. hew te cook them "Airfnllv easr." said the seething Teice. , . . .. "Ne, I beheye I'll play safety first. divided Virginia. "Send me up some ilfcc lamb chops." "About a pound?" "Oh. I don't knew hew te sh it by pounds. 1 guess we will hae six nice ones, though. "Sis lamb chops repented the relce. "Have veu any nice eggplant'' asked Virginia. "Oh, yes, m'tn.' came the smooth ing, efficient eicc. "Well, send up some.' "Twe eggplant'." affirmed tnc yeiee "And some butter and some eggs," said Virginia. And enme the balel from the store In due season Six lamb chops Twe eggplant- There yyas the stirring ei" a ague doubt in Mrginia's mind its she dain tily floured the chops and pieparcd the eggplnnt. Hut the diiuhts weie dispelled when Paul had finished his third chop and pushed iis plate uwn te make loom fei bis gelatin desseit. "Dinner nil right, dear? ' she asked casually. "Fine, henc.' leplied her lord. Virginia was a little absent -minded, he fancied. "What's en your mind, deuiV' h ..U..1 i flliATU, "I'm wondering it this dinner cost tee much," her s.uueth white bieu wrinkling in a little pnily! way "Hew much was it "Well, I den t jun knew ' s;n, Virginia slowly, "but 1 think one egg plant would lime been mere than pieuly ' mid I knew I (euld hac gotten some i kind of meat that weuldii t lime iu-t ui ninety-six cenu " "Hely smoke, did these teeny -weeny chops cost ninety -six cents?" gasped l'aul, Ills ejt'8 opening wide. She nodded. "Of course, nicy re worth the pi lie dear," Bald Paul, "but 1 think if you were td go" 8be placed her slender lingers eyci tu Viieuth mid blushed a little guiltily 1 '! knew It, old cress. patch, shu tald wM e "nH". 'I knew just what Him W ith hove? Hut hud he followed his retm"' hnve htnrvil. Once who they would aMrel n friend shout the theory of huv- lug hilt ine lu ad te n family "When it become' a intention ns te who is te held the job. thete in tin longer iy i:se for the- decision." he replied. Shi: rrtii had lived for him : she new crucified herself for him. In her lonely little sti'ili 1 she labored itidus- i tif.1t n.ul ti, tlmt. luir inul ftilentn f.vic.l Hi..insi.1ve neon the hiir yynr 1 I nil lie wen fame .mil money. She ., , i 1 CM.- ' sia by ,he papers tint In- had begun tn 1 rente; he had nt Inst been mused, .'in! whs giving fetth rvrellcnt stuff. hy ce,ild net he have done this when the w re se happy V Still, she wnitcil for him te prove te limsilf , lint In uas a big worker, nnd then com" with a rush te cliim her. nnd Iim the big, ninreleus life iti which le iiiMiiunre would he -1 it Indolent veakling. l'.ur he did net come. In I er gr-it longing she utulci estimated tin real jev sh" was finliug, and the ilntlirliH-'itl fissiwlnt inn nf ntliiM .mil morn , PPr.v.ati,P ,,r, V !., .he sought ' 1 1111, um, 111 11111 iiiiii ii'.'il ii"i metner-neau 11 ii'si aim i 1.1rned. for she felt tlrit h 11 is ne ' 11 trouble. It w.is aftei seieril enrsjjusl the s.imi that sh t.iii n ves lnm in I'niis, ' t.'diant md a brilliant miyix, living Willing te Spend Her Meney uiiiIpv another name, lie did mt ti"Pil 1 ,,piir j mhln I wmild Just likn te !"! , and had mair"d 1 d.imn. gush- ,vru a tew lines te Hopeful Thank ins. adoring little blend'1, whose babies Keu. iiiu.i ti.. urn T, .. .. n i.ui..,. ,i,.e,,i.i 1 iinnnfui T nm .1 seune man twenty- II ..'I .1,'. IV .1,1- I, t'1,1, lllllllkll. for the sncrificit.z wife '"'..'" . .' ' '"L'"l il. I'll, .IIIIU',1, tw. MIUIIIII I 1I41 lllll MiUC ,en . mtc fhlv? whj couldn't I Ol. Un..t.., ,..!. nn..l.l, .. ah. I l j en haxe siipceedd with me. deal "' Whit i fheie in this wetnai that l! 1'iuui'f ,; Tell m-'- r v MMOI S miner iie'ns taut is a ivrra' it. among hrilll.int women. wh n irvel th.i mi-i s( eiteii pr-'fi r the medieire and tame lhc husband eplnins in a Miner niiiaim: va "Slie i i asn t nnv mains. jut Toie if i e plain an idea she doesn't understand what I mean, but when I nm through k.Vlrt kfltinvic in inn I t..if.uli in lii for bringing nut the best in inc. Seme times 1 wonder if she hasn't tee much Minse te show she lias nnv! I'm n great man. I'm made. I spinnK into fiaine like a colossal drenm. And then he tells his ex -wife that he has wntched her rise te celebritv turieuslj. "tled. hew I hate your am bition it kills every t'.ber nt tnergj I've get! Yeu umierstiind tis dnmii will ! I did it all .iiist te ptn you j en devil ! ' - file old cruel seltislmess rniiKHi: it is, - of the dominant male. He recog receg nised her ability, her ste.i(lfnhin"-, her !nihistr, her plodding lnher. lie wps tee proud te approve her genius, but net tee proud te let her siiue te sup . pert hira ! That spirit nas t'ali-eh beep I called self respect, and commendable Virginia IIOYT GRANT siM,i,,lnB, nn(1 (l0 lt casti-and-carrv. I mil kissed th tip of her pretty nose. "We're learnin;, I U sav! ' he laughed cheerfully. Tomerrov. "Paul Invest in Literature" lrer Red Hands The exepssne rednes of the lands whifh makes the winter season unbear able for nianv git Is may be trtated successfully witVi equal parts of glverm and camphor m.u.p.igtrd thoreiifhlj Inid Chi ltamls at niphl V.,fn.i. i.ail.inH n.u. Li..'.',. . . .-. i. -.. iH Jin, Ki.vferm seii ns tne camphor whitens The red no's and cold feet season complements te the chapping troubles a,0 te b(, hancId bj. mpr0, " ,r. eulatlen A shower as cold as jeu car. stand It in the morning, followed bv a Nl.ernuH "Ebbing with a Turkish towel anr some form of cena?tent dalv cHe wm erl. thn cnarm. The Babvs R OOIU 'n i e flenr of a child s room noth ing '' bf-'ter than linoleum supplemented bv cra rugs rag rujjs ha first i hoiee Second place might be ghen te some n-hl'e camel s hair ruffs tiu come eqiiisiteh embroidered In colored worsted These are aurprtslngly low pr evd. effective e'ean and warni-'oek-lng re wav e? laying- linoleum i te hae th material cut abeijt a feo; laiger than the fleer space all fie wav around The surplus is turned upnplu and fn"ineil te the wall under a i anev me'.rtlnK This Ieaes r iui' Instead of a crack wher the wall and fleer meet Twe Minutes I5y HERMAN Life Is W erth Living CT ll'I'. isn t weith living. ' was tlie scraped remineni found en a -'pieip of paper in the m st pocket of a man who kilhd himself, everywhere, nu yverk nnd the little there is paying niggardly wages weilh while " And se he committed suii ne The newspaper account indliated thnt theje weir no depr ndents dint there will he no hungry little tots te be fed by charm . no tiled litlb- mother te yyear hersfl! nut further, net eyen a grieved pirint te breed ever a lest son Se per haps it is just ns well. Of all cowards, the suicide j the most craven. Yet there are a geed many people it "Is naught but a vale of tears." These folk are wrong, totally and of elf delusion. Life is yyerth liy ins. It is wertli liying if enli te see the sun ,im,r the spavin- inry. t ie storm lasb itself into lurv It is yyerth liying If only te feel the love of our nenresi iiihI ilcniesi It is worth living if enlv te go about from place ie pl.n e, ie see every where the same fnlth. the same ambitious, the sume aspnutiens prayers and varnings en the purl of all mnukiud. Of course, there will be times vylnn, looking h.e k upon our lives we teem in siecmir taiiure ami wasteij eiiert turns wnen w are ,hi, mm ltl p;,in n,j e,,. peel frail body cries out for sunease; turns when, wemihIiiI by these we counted upon most for understanding and cm euraeenient, yvc -brink wilhiu nursehes and heieme silent and morose and Indifferent te life Then a smile a rift in the clouds nnd l'! t.n- wer'd change., stars shine again en our path nnd, as through our tears we gieet then, hwiycnly. harbingers of hope and steadfastness and faith, all qualms as ie vvbctliir life be worth living llee And we knew life is yyerth llv'ug. Se: Ceiirnge all ye who despair b'nenth the lead. Keep cheerful, cenfiilent. busy nnd de your levil he-t i-yery day. Yeu can make Mowers grew wlure only stones lav before, jeu can trans unite your bunlPiis Inte prh lieges, your disappointments into blessings, yeui seirrews into glories incomparable jes, pyen though veu be wracked with pain, jeu can rn superior te It ami prove b' J EYEXIXG PUBLIC r ' Please Tell Me What te De lly CYNTHIA Te These Who Advocate Kissing The letters sent In te the column nd vecatlng proiiilsi'Ueus hissing will net be published, for the simple rcaBen that promiscuous kissing, generally speaking. ! wrong. Mini Cynthl.i refuses te en courage It by printing Iettcr9 en the subject Te "Anxleu6" N'e one but 11 phslclan could answer jour Question It's a little difficult te understand Just wnat is wrong, iron- .SI.. n. .. ikl... lu el,!, U'tiv rtnt hjvjt ,1111V tl ,! illlllf. I.T 1 Ifilll .... .. ....... a tall with your metlicr en the subject Perhaps all the ceived is wrong Information you re Says All Girls De It De.ir Cynthia ! should lllte te answer "It. i: More" en the subjeit of geed-night kisses I think It Is net proper for a. girl te kiss 11 fellow geed nlghl, but the majority of girls de It I am net Judging ethers by imsclf, but, I think ou will llnd It Is true Anil, JMJ',, ,Vffl .f'V ,SS I can t see ser1eusl and the gill keep- the fellow In bis place ROSALII.. I Vnn m.n 1 nt see harm butits there, l.JPV.-i -- . - " -. four years of age and considered geed i. ,., ... ,, .,,v. Innlilncr tnr n r rll girl, se new Is my chance. If you are I aiu.leus te bine a boy friend help you spend xeur mene I will gladly !e i-e as 1 am erv ebllemg Would ash ou te pleasn put Miur address In ibis . ' umn, .md I will tall at jour home . ' take jeu out ter a svell time, a' J n' mm gees mettv fat Answei me s, , as I will he walling patiently f. MOiSI.l Vew Isi.'r be nccominedatlng" Bu' just the same. Mr Mez?le. Cynthia ear t help veu out She deeri net glve names and addresses In the column or out of the column. Se farewell te .sour dreams e wealth What Is Best te De? De.ir Cynthia Would appreciate eui help en the following- I The ether evening I attended n con- cert w Ith the family nnd. of course, sal . with them Instead of with the crowd. ns I did when they weren't there The concert was followed by a dance, and se t staeil with in family while the i cleared the tloer. New, some tlme be fore the eent one of the bejs called and ahked me te resere the first dnnie ,.. Viim uhirli T tiremlsed te de he he and his buddy ianie and sat with u whllu the- prepaied for the dame New In tie crowd there In en partlc- ..in .n M no Memuu 10 auiKit- mi; -ii for all his attention anu i nonce uwi he Is crv bensltive and Inclined te Jealous. He sett of tried te monopo lize me', and I refuse te be monopolized by any one. though I de lllie the boy verv much Se when J swung me out en the fleer for the first dance the ether bev must have been angrj, for he wouldn't eome near me all evening and, of course, I returned te my same seat after eerv dance and danced constantly with the tlrst be, 1nce he and the ether one are the enlj ones In the "crowd' that dance New , O nthla. de you think he wanted me te come te him (I should sav I suppose. Jein the crowd and wait te be asked V Wasn't I right In stalng with the family between dancts' when I came with them? I knew mother would hae been ver angry If I had deserted them for the crowd, se where am I" Shall I make overtures te the second boy" I am net In the least angry, m uniilrint It be all rlcht te speak te him when r see him and if he nubs mcillt te drop him altogether' Anether thing yy IS that OCCaUSe Ul Ills IH'.MIUiul hi uie the bejs teased him when J beat him te the first dance, and as he is sensitive, maybe that Is what caused his anger Ve you think se ' Yeu see, he had always secured me for parties and dam.es about a month ahead of time, ncer gllng the etheis a chance INDEPENDnNCC It seems te Cynthia that the boy was yerj rudn net te ask ou te dance. If ou nitet him cpt-Hk, of course hut any "apoleg e" explanations should come from him WHAT'S WHAT tir nn.nv hecik Within a few days, the national hem bird of America which is net the eagle but the turkey will grace many a ThanksgKlng table Sometimes the father of the family Is a skillful caer. and when this is the case, he likes te carye the turkey him self and allot the portions as the" plates are passed up te him Hut if he Is net exprrt t s much hetter tn have the tut key 'arvfil In the kitchen The din ner plates should lie heated and the tut key and d'esslng placed en each plate and strrd at "nu Then the het -vegetables and ii ay am paed around and se the dli ner progresses with even tnliig piping hoi TIiIh saves time, and allows the whole family te sit down together pausing enl te change platan for salad, dissert and coffee of Optimism J. STICII rnucrrd ".Strike it isn't win, tee that life Is net wertli ab'elutitv dead wrong. They that are i ictiins eir example that man 1 Hed f i ! LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, i M : r- A BUSY SEASON FOR BRAID HiB 'r " VbV sHtf "Should a Weman Tell? Ry IIAZnL. DEYO RATCIIELOR Covurieht. ion. bu Publle Lcdacr Cemcanu II n ii llierm .'iiiri i ilrrutri In imli '; Affile Merrill trillion! tcllinu lhc hulk about a leic affau shr Inii hud in the pejf. She di.veirrs thnt Dane it t cry nnireic ih Ais trtVm nhnut women, nnd thnt He ii Innlinp tn her te ercrl nn influence errr in fiffff butterfly ihtir fulie, Julie Inn fallen in lore irith a man wiici eWrr than herself, and the confides in llniethnrne. A fern days Inttr Ilmrthernc scci Cianfiird Malic, the wan from the pnit, at a lintel, nnd the next meininp he calls her up en the telephone and dcmandi te sec iir, She refuses, hut vhen she iecs tn lu nth ii ith Julie the ncrt day the diiceicri that the man Julie leiei is no ether than Cianfeid Make himself. CHAPTER V Respite nt.f.. he has been here te the apatt- mnnl He has inst cone. He sat opposite me in the chair that is Pane's favorite, and I hnteu it, i ien use u traitor te Dane, but what could I de? I had keyed myself up te meet the situation, and when be came I yyftH prepared for him. T waited for him te speak, nnd he began immediately by saying that he l.Ar....l 1 ...nt, nlti ti-, he sensible. ''De you mea:am I going,, e s.and back nnd let you lime Julie.' 1 akeil as steadily as I could. "Well, yes." he admitted, after a moment's hesitation. 'What is 1 lie use ei inking up the past? Tilings are difl'cipnt new. nnd she loves me." "T.eves veu." I Inn st out suddenly, "she's infatuated with you. She's carried nwav bv your levemnking. but she's tee eung te knew her own mind." He shrugged his shoulders anil I writhed helplessly. He didn't even have the saying grace of loving Julie honestly ami sincerely. He had ether reasons' for wanting her. The Merrills had menev. their name yvas nn old urn. It would be te his advantage i0 make Julie his wife, nnd he expected me te see things his wav. "Well"1" Cranford ald finally T waited without responding te his question , "What arc you going te de; he a (ked abruptly. "Yeu can't have. .T'i'ie." I said quirk !v "but 1 haye no wish te brinfc up the past. 1 shall say nothing. If you dis appear out of her lif',1f reu premise never te see her again." "And If net?" "Then I'll tell the truth." In spile, nf mv efforts nn- yeiee sink te n wills- I per ' 1 wns iifiaid and he knew it. t cypnted him te rage, but he did no such thing. He slmpU sat theie ' looking at me for n long time, then he said slewlv, 'And hew nbe it yeui-elf Have veu stepped te mushier that 1 might have I a feiv things te sny ns well?" I have dune nothing wrong, theie is nothing you could sav thnt would hurl me " , ...... , "Then why nie you afraid be t ferwaid in his chair and eyed me nnr rewlv "Yeu weie nfrnid the dnv I called' veu up the first lime yei vvnc afrnid thnt night in the hotel ml hew about the litters. Hawthorne, you haven't forgotten these, have vivi "l.etteis''" I lepeated the wind nftei him yaguelv "Yes, yenr letters te tnc I liar, nil of them, the outpouring of yeu'' girlish hearl. Would veu like vm v husband Ie see them? I llless I am verv much mistaken you would el" anything before you allowed thnt te happen "Yeu" wouldn't de that. "Hen couldn't de such n mean, contemptible thing as l,ne 'Ve'' ' lie ilinwled the word madden ingly "Well, you just giye me a chame If you star making trouble 1 II have no ether course left epi n te n,P (If ceur-e I'll Use the btteis. am! if you want te tnke the chance of losing your happiness, that's up te you I gasped nnd sank line k in mv chair Had your iron today? Eat mere It splashes itself all ever yyalsts that would he very plain nnd prim without It, a:id turn1 them Inte unite dressy affairs. This beige frock, fer1 Instance, lint noth ing te relieve It from the commonplace, aside from Its uniiMinl ulecyc endings, ex cept tht) light brown brnld which curls and twfats all ecr the waist and the lower part of the ecanty skirt. Tim same could be-snld of the ki mono waist, which would he just right te mnke the every day suit leek like the best one Photes by Old Musters, Central News 99 Mv letters, mv pem little foolish love letters in whhdi 1 had told Cranford eyer and ever heyv much I loved him, te lie delivered Inte IJanc'n bands'. I couldn't bear thnt. Cranford knew I couldn't benr that. I wasn't big enough te make such a sin rilice. net even for .lulie. And jet hew could I keep silent and let this monstrous tiling happen? i Julie would he better dead and bulled 1 than mnrrleil te Cranfeid Hlnke Tomorrow The I'renilse These Big Rugs Ter rugs which aie tee dirty or tee big le be gene all ever en the tloer with a drv cleaner, make up a paste of soap nnd boiling yvatcr. Fer a small rutf, one-fourth of u bar of soap dis solved In one pint of boiling water will be enough. Hull for ten minutes after It Is thoroughly dissolved Apply the cool pastu when the rug has been thor oughly cleaned and -yaeuumed. De a yard at a time, yverklug It In yvell with a scrub brush. Werk yvlth the nap. When yvell scrubbed, scinpe oft the paste yvlth a ruler and wlpe the rug clean with cloths or a, sponge dlppecl In a little clean, lukeyvarm yvatcr. Be careful net te use tee much water at a time. This restores the original beauty and color te the most dellcnte rugs. If you yvant te. glve a third Biienclnir yvith --,; --'- a ,d . ' solution that colors still mere. Things 1 eu'll Leve te Make Turkey Pen-Wiper uspcil little faei dinner card is a TFUKin- Pi:.N-Wtpnrt Cut turkey slmpi s out of llr'it-w eight felt Urevvn is a, geed color le use, but any ether will de Mi.rk off the i y c-8 feath'irs. etc , yy ith chain and then paint them In with white ei1 paints or stitch or embreldei then vlili wool or m rccrmed thread T c, thir layers of felt ler each favor; the top an e mlireickred turkey, and two plain tin keys under it Stitch them to te K thei bv buttonholing- them around the mad l.nitiiuider or i UiU the guests iiaiiu luress the lop unkiy as shown in tin Illustration I'laei one of these Tl niv'hV PI'-WIP1JUS at each placi at tlie dnncr table J1 1.OKA. II llt' IIIDIH lllUl T Is lirnimlit te 'Bli ! n fieiilcn aili t Shampoo Adi, DISTINCTIVE CHRISTMAS GREETING CARDS yvith or without I Personal Engraving j BURT & BURT I 1001 CHESTNUT STREET j Keem '.'01. I'Iiuiipi Uiilnut VM'i I raisins g "'r'- - ..-11-21 I NOVEMBER , 21, 1921 Adventures With a Purse SHP has eighteen different colors all of them exquisite. She opened the drawer for me te (peep Inte, nnd there they lay, lavender candles, old geld, old blue, orchid, green well eighteen colors, as I hnve said. They nre these rich, waxy-looking ones that arc rounded, coming te n point at the tepR. And se skillfully have they been made, they will net drip, for as they burn u little hollow place is formed nreund the wick, which catches the melted wax. They nre priced nt two for twenty-five. cents or two for thirty-five cents, dc pending upon the sr.e. And she also lints these tail, stately dinner candles In white. In fact, you will find here one of the nicest nnd most reasonably priced collections of cnndles In the city. And, of course, if you nre interested she has lovely odd candlesticks, loe. There arc a gieat many people who would like occasionally te see some nf the foreign nmgazines. but de net knew where they can be purchased. Well, I have discovered n .shop that J has n most titeipting selection. Punch 'and the Londen .Meicurj. two interest- ing I.ngliMi mngnv.ines, are en tills list. Oh. jes, nnd the Sketch. I hen theie Is fettable. stiff, with her c'cs neccssnr '.Itigend. And TUltitratlnti, from i Hj- fixed upon the hack of the front France. The Christmas numb! n nflcr'nt for hours if veu didn't de semc- I several of these mngarines nre en theii I way ever the ocean, and will he In ihe shop shortly. I.et me (ell you the name III 1.1113 11111.1 l"!llil lllli V. Fer nRifft of sTinpn mdm Wemnn'n Putt llfep or nnene ivainnt ;ilHMl tnrcn the lieum of 0 nnd S. The Question Cerner Today's Inquiries 1. Heyv can tin inexpensive and at tractive fnyer for ench one nt the Thanksgiving, dinner table be mnelc? 2. What makes a charming and ac ceptable gift for the new baby? .1. In the smnll house, hew cannn atmosphere of roominess be ini parteel? i. Of the famous Elizabeths of his tory who yvas Elizabeth of Rus sia? .". Hew is a quaint dress for the schoolgirl fashioned? 0. In whnt smart nnd easily renew able yvay docs tlie woman yvhe likes a touch of white put this en her dark serge frock? Saturday's Answers 1. During the last quarter of a cpii tury, the tuerage life of n woman has been lengthened four years. 2. A novel cheese-eentnlner which is most nttrnctlvp ns an orna ment is melded into the shape of a pineapple. .1. Fer the yvemnn who is making her Chrlstmns presents, an out-ef-the-ordinnry bag for knitting or hewing thnt she can copy in made of an oblong piece of coarse linen, which has a border of wide hemstitching In colored yvoels and a handle of the wools twisted to gether. 1. St. Catherine was a Christian martyr yyhe lived in Alexandria In the fourth century. .". Ry means of yvoeden beads sewed here and theie. In an nll-eyer elc sign, n number of snft-niatcrinled hats nre made striking. 0. A piquant afternoon frock Is fashioned of reddish-brown cluve tyn into a one-piece style, yyliich is charmingly finished yyitli u square neck bordered yith gray ngnelln and a girdle made of twisted threads of a dull silver hue. way x (PStp-fe-i canon. iw V siin oft 0uKJ dtiP while the housewife who buys her staples in small quantitie will be just as quick te appreciate its wonderful convenience. Ask jour grocer for this two-pound carton of Sunswcet Prunes and keep it handy in the pantrv. California Prune & Apricot Growers Inc., San Jese, California.-l 1,000 grower-members. SUNSWEET California's Nature-Havered prunes your sneer has than J The Laugh of a Four- Is Werth All the Werk Yeu De for It When You've Tried Everything With Ne Success Yeu Finally Hit Upen the Foolish Thing Tfiat Will Bring It TT'S SO foolish, the things they laugh i-nt! And te think that once upon n time, bnck in these dark age, that you can't remember, except vaguely, you used te laugh nt the same ridiculous things. Fer instance en take one of them, about, four, and wedge It Inte the bnck scnt nf nn nutoraebllp. between you and Its mother. The weather is cold nnd you and mother think It would be wise te hnve n robe ever your laps. Yeu pull It up nnd of course, when It renches .our waist, It comes right te the chin of the impertnnt young person beside. VOU. Se, with much fussing nnd patting and fixing, you tucK tnc mde iireunit her shoulders and tell her te held it in place with her chin. She takes jeit seriously and grnvciy rnrrles out your commission, doubling 'the top chin down upon the lower one je that one holds the robe in place. ' And she would sit that wnj. uncetu thing te ehnngc her position. q0 you b . c'aoeratc search for 11 her hands. They are nowhere te be found ! Where can they be? And the robe is dropped by n chin suddptily lifted In Inquiry. Fetir-yenr-nld renllzes thnt this Isn't quite se sprieus ns thp keeping yvartn episode, nnd her eyes begin te sparkle. There isnt n ripple en the surince et 'your effort te find her tiny ones. And it makes her laugh nnd giggle In a until h'er feet stick the rebp out In a point ileyvn nreund the level of your knees, nnd you have te start another hunt down there! Why. that s mere fun for her than IIIIII' lll I II ii i'H mi uiv niniiivi- mi . .- , ,- the blanket te show where these hands ,! when you come te a corner you let nre. and veu lime te prod nnd prelip . -'"-self go nnd bump into l-eur-YPai-nnit jab w'ltli your great big fingers In Old se that she falls eyer en the sent The Weman's Exchange Sending Presents i An Old BejJ for an Old Lady Te the Editor of Weman's rage: Te the r.tllter et Weman's raee: near Mid-im The writer has just' near Madam I am writing trusting been In the hesnllnl and desires te send that you or semn kind reader might two of tie luises nVfts Would you help me In a long but unsuccessful pTe"se0t,mke Tfcw suggestion' Alse jeareh for a book Iv Mrs Seuthw erth ell whether It Is proper te put one's I called The ''"tnl Mnrr age. t has mlilress In the note Inclesed rt M C I 'enK been out of print, but I thought it nddress in the note inueseii. n m. . peS8,b,e h0m ,1ld rcmicr mBht happen A be-;ef yvrltlngpapcrlsalwaysayvcl-i te iiave i. r ..... noxious te secure It come gift, nnd either of these nurses yveuld appreciate It. Then thcre arc handkerchiefs nnd books te cheese from. H Is correct te put your address en the notes you cnd. A Birthday Invitation Te iln l'.dit or et Weman's raec. j grandmother's. heek them ever nnd Dear 51adam Will you kindly lei me see If this Is among them. And, Mrs. S. knew the proper way te yvrite an In- Plcase send lu your nddress, se that vltatlen for a birthday (eighteen years) any letters or replies by telephone can p.lrty 'be referred te you. I am sure yyc can lse Is It proper te wear a yell In thel fd the book somewhere evening? a. a. Werd your Inyltatlen yyny, as folleyys: In the formal .Miss A Itequcsts the pleasure of 5Ilss So-and-se's company at n birthday paitv en Thursday, Ney ember the S'cy cntcenth At eight o'clock S. V. P. i: Or veu can set printed Invitations yvlth blanks for the names anil the time N'e, n yell is net worn after 0 o'clock unless you haye been traveling nnd hnye stat t. el earlier In the day with a veil en. in te hay them Compact, convenient, economical the new two-pound car- ion ei eunsyveet '-runes. Wliat it your pantry is small and crowded? Ne matter! There will always be room for this handy-sized package. Fer the familv of two it is tin- .MM1 ; Year-Old Child anything you can remember has etir been for you ! REMARKS that you laugh nt go right ever her head ns the eamr stnn. of Inst nnd you converse with her mother. And "funny things," like n deg nnd cat glaring nt each ether, which you pass en yeitf ride, don't make her eVen smile, "Yv'hv is the cat looking nt him?""s1ie nsJtH solemnly. "What 1 the deg doing"' What is he doing?" It's nil n great problem te be con sidered yvlth knitted breivs nnd serieui mouth. And then n squirrel runs across the read and is net sren at all by the per son who would be most interested In him. That's another problem. Why should he be out en the rend? And where yeas lie going? Why did he run? And dlij he kneiv thnt yvc yvcre going pant? pjcj he come out of the weeds? Well, why yvasn't he in the trees? And se en. The laugh seems te have been put aside permanently. Try as you will, you can't get meie thnii a puzzled quick smile, a long Mu ilietis gaze, or n swift, scornful glance. EVEN the intriguing story of the cow; that licked her calf down a high bnnk right Inte the creek wnsn't that nwful? doesn't bring jeu nny lurk. "Ne." she replied matter-ef-fnctly. when you ask thp inevitable question about what bIic yveuld de, if Bhe wcrp the cow. Hut then Mether gets out te make a call, nnd the car gees en down te the station te pick up Daddy. That makes the two of veu rattle around pretty much en (lie back spat. I A? '.TV ND then the laugh comes shouting i -TV back in such a hurst of glee that j. you feel as if nil your efforts had been yverth while after nil. I Isn't It fcelish. the things they laugh at.' for a verj. fbie dear old lady who read tll0 i,00.c ncr Krlhoed and de- sires, eh, se much te reread it. 51. S. Well, reidcrp. surely we cannot dis appoint this old lady. Stuck away somcyvhere In u fnr corner of jour attic i or storeroom there must be seme old books that were our mother's or veur His Wife Bored Him! lie yvnse forty-seven, she yvas past forty, but liked te leek younger. Then enters the ether girl ! Head about the problem in the new serial, "The Man Who Was Tired of His Wife." BEGINS TOMORROW ON COMICS PAGE the new ft1 (; j h .. .,r, . .