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BVENrtG PUBLIC LEDGEEr-PHrCADELPHlA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1921
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The Girl Who Was Voted Most Beautiftljm
Weman s Life and Lede
Ily WINIFKKI) HAUPICK CUOIACY
IS YOUR COMPLEXION GOOD?
Pease 7eMe
What te De
Adventures With
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Uighlnew Girls Socking Werk
WHEN you finish college you think lengthy blank nml questionnaires m
you knew everything nu are'0 !,,-r iicoempMshuients. The unity et
the ' wurst intellectual snob tlint ia miIJ'-i- she hns mihIIimI iippeut'H im -
kllllWII tun spoil i
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I'liplinli, If net
with it lx
Hut ltlft Willi
lill nn mi seek-
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Mem lie most ,
spnuv ntni iimn-
lliB eiiltgliiciiiueiit
llml ever fnlls te
weiminkitnl i the ,
iv t the world of
tiiMilni'tU III . She
WINlFTtrt ,,S ,,. nnif,.,
KAItl'I.H i tei. ut mth diiics nntl
intones ni1!! IntiKuiigis mm iiitiniriii.iiir-t
and fnets of .nt ile.nl p . hut there
.In net 11 "n-ntitn thlni; In thiMMirhl linn
(ehe can ile nor n single prmlu.-i of hi r
.hnnil or lira in tlint nnihetlv wnnl- Her 1
II ti .. !
l, II. pills 11 Imir i, oreMiretiie '
'employers'
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rjl' lill ItS!.. there nn- folk w Im e-
,-' te eolleKe who ..i renlli pri-pnre for
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rll tifht te ht vehflnrh tn n cult 111 sl
tlclleute milliner .11 inn l)irr oft' .!
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lee inliteiial eaiui. it 011,11
library. S'n Impei 1',, s.,, ,,,,
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mui-r iemK '.iron tit l ,.! ,, ,
luipiess tin ones w '10 h.in net ,. ,
CMHirtlin ij w in I,. r own vi 1 r .. "
rnm: tir-- ,i,.ii -i. p-ts , , . ,.
that hu- Ii- :nN of hr'n-. ,ue n
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III (li'-ealr .-if tm.l.-i n , . ,
equipment sin- ),., .,,) 1 ,v fVVk .. , ;
Bhp enn ile tint oemi 1 nnl :, c...' - ,"
She applies te t'. .-..H- jjf ,1 -n , mi
plejment ij. neii-. Mei. Iio-. .1- ,
bit of hrr s,.f isti.-m, ),,, t, 7, .
Paul and
n us:i.kn
I'eiil and tlw
a ,rnni'itsin- tma ,i,
B it- " Willi is te sin ; - -
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lie Man.! iew 11 n- 1 . 1 ,i 1
tlil the tw ,!mi.'s ..,! ,- .
In his palm anil w ,1-tlc' -1 1
"(iee whir." he urit'e-e.l .1.1 I
cot te ; t along en l.i.it -"i
Saturday
He tnnn .! us he heard a s.f- . 1
fling sfri helund him
"Ceuntliu up e,!r fortune
Jjflnil". etic of the new men w ' '
been taken en since th- r i
year.
Paul rntl.e- reMiite'. n.- I :i h
M"s wel' he was .'..ffereji: -i -n .
ether fellows In the otheo He .; -i
rcem te pal around w m he ;' .--.
juniors, yet lie seemeil te .v .-n triei-., v
ttnns wtl'i must of then nn.l l'- :'
Jind frequent ohscried Mat the grie'
Ingfi of tie fe'lews te 1 iri.h W'fe a'
vy maike.l with 11 tine, n n'-t m
flcwjriliuhlc ilef-'rcine, a .-ei' et torm.i. term.i.
Ity. nlniest politeness,
"Ye.s.- nn.l 1'nnl laugh.-' euefy
"Yei. I in ee lining iiji ni) f -r
'He dUp'tiicd i'e fort unc en 1 - p..
"I guess I'll h.HM te WMik e.l-l
paydaj . eh
I.aiuh ruhhed 1 hani.s niil l':r '
tried te rcmeii'he- wh-t . '-ar.i ' '
(Dickens he was reci'.ndej of. h -. I
TraR hpeakitig
"I can rotor vnu le 1 ' 1
mine." he said softly. ;x:n, t '
en I'nui i- nrm, "1 g''d fn.-:i ' v
tvlll be glad te lean )ou n'i a:.' '
'you wish for. up t a h-'i'r-.
1'nul was iistoiushed
"Net yourself"
"Oil. no A friend '
The Weman's Exchange
Usual Methods Fad
Te thf liif'' ." We". :- n "
Deur Madam- W U i i ' - -''
me xvhelhe: lkf are s- x
stUClng Hie l'S e de
itrclse" Ne '.her of tl '
M l Of
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If veu rixe -red te' a-A reer.-'
tother I iii:et nix.-' x
thing but consult a ihx. a.-
tx nn-
Announcing an Engagement
Dear Madam ! it rr r-" f- - -
HaBement te be .u no cd -i rr
nal enravrd cards" i.l ) 'i xlte
' m ihe werdtlg M' "
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an nnncunct-nieei c. a" peciiKre-r- .
should be eon' te the sex-a. ,f'j""is '"f
th newsr 'per, wheh '' word t se-
eerdlnc te their exvr 'igxi .v 'x .
There should he no i n-mal ptri'al .' -
Iieuncemert The g r' aid ' m b '
blJ r te I ihe r '.v i u '. "-.i' ; '.
rhe ltxe ai ev e J c.ai i'ii A' d ' '. ' -
Tl.wa in '"formal rotes Kne"d w
ll"x In the same city shea'.d he 'ei
Kttiii time before the formal anneu- ee
tnent in the papers either eas-jitPy '
lCht or pv telephone, or n a part)
(riven for the purpose In th i- -.
would be correct te writ both names
en cards, which are iciu-ealed 1- the
tUtpklns xx-hen refreshtnenrs ur erx1
or .Bemethmg of th'a ki 1 Hit ibex
Should be written, net engraved
-
Seme Yankee Nanus for a Club
iTe tile Ail'- e' UN-ins i I've
ucar ,uuain .i-i. i , . i-si '"
as SI..I. n v.... ....... n. I ...
Wor te I hope you can help via new-
Whlre club, there are sU girls In tt
rera ten te thirteen y.urs old We
tISrV.,1 it for lmet month Hew-
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mum I uihi pimum " c
aumrli? VThat xeeul
rtt ' name Sem
UumI Hew should
nT THE
. Th amount e dues xeu txiv i.im M
lMtCtll UPOII VV i at x M 'Hi xi
MMirr. it you -eea
MMOUuts te then ha ge a ' " e it "
X uU want ieme aik' ai-es x i
gnt 'cau u ue uuuKer Jii.i v -ue. or
srBwtea Tt Society, or eetnetli'n
)kH, u you iretua tell tue a uiue -
at TTbAt you da. nd what your
; Kej tr yvu0BM SettcT
PMllg. 1 IlO CCIll 1.1 till'" Mill tilt I'C-
lined, cdurnted girl in charge tells her
te lento her telephone' tiutiilicr. She hns
hei'u alii'il eagerly i( eh" knows te-
liiiL-rnnlix unit Ixiinii- Verv often she
luis inkt'ii n Hh.irl i- uri' In elder In
l"-l. hr wnte Iter Hnssienm nole. "" ' ' "",' ' "V , ,,,. ",' ". , ' ' " ,
. . ii. , loe dame I unit into le Mam t wnn
iiij(l3 Iia M,,m ,,. ik. night nn.l 1 don't
In n f,. n. , she rec-ives wnrdln,,, (,. insult tin in utul tell thun t.. co
tliore It a jeli watting her. She rushes Hew enn veii get rhl of a fellow after
, ,, IHrillu ir , ,'hn,.,x )(, ), n I he ii.n .Inneeil with xeu ume" Vint
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",I.'VVI"J fii'Hlnte. 1 t'epiil.ir with nil Hie hn
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lien et ftilliiial , lu alien.
iiiii-h ! t haul h .: : ou must he
mill Liiulunte eithet e tit. 1.0 n-i.l
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liaui xviu iif i iiuc a aoueie cbtn.
but (renenal dletlnx and reanclnc all ever
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d I-i Benieanp. ' li:?,riV"LL.0r ".'!.'. ? AMS. tw.-.'.y-V'n of Dtsrember te the ee.x-end
. real Yankee , ."h ",:.:.. A K.' '..''".C :-. Vi! "!!M2 ???,, f I"
we elect rres dent. .,V,fiN it.--.. ..'... " s-: V. . 1 MMS5 " :nv """!" 5." '-.' ";"':
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By CYNTHIA
Te "Blue-Eyed Vamp"
Hetter attend til high school new,
dear, and let the Htnge tnHe earn of
Itself.
Ge te Your Chaperon
Peir I'vntli a mi i jmi please tell
'"" !' xmi ..in have n fellow who
ll.iie tli mine ltini tiiue you te1
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the" elhii ill n--K ou te ihuie.-
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"'"' e. eeilnm fellow for alt iivmtln
lit!
fellow ronffeil hl love for 1110
,1l winli Hi" I" ime lilm nn .inMrr
,., (,s ,,u0t.eti who I -e lilm ncTln
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htm 11- l pe...t te . u ntnl I kn-w
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mil wtiiis tiv m rKe lilm nn niiMer
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lilt U M it 1 TTt
1 liKe hlni hut he b.i- e fault nne
jli.it i Jo.ileusi .nnl I .-.uii'l love an.l
tioinelf te one fellow 1 i-.i tee mmiiir
""'' '' IU.nSSO.MS
A mhi ile nfi leve hoi it tell hte-
hi .1 e
She's for Bobbing It
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wl'. ther . ,),0 , .1 tew or
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w 11 he II (loeri 1liil" o-eo'is hefore
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-L ion is will iiti'iliied sleeping rooms
and w 11 king far neiigh dully te lie
ipilic IiinisS full of ii'alili) 07eiie
Next in l-iipettnnee is the kind et ,
feed you cjit. I'ar less starchy 1001N,
white hri ads, grensv meats and pastries
and siihstltitte Mgctahles. fruits, bran l
hrend. ml retnemher that a certain
amount of eellulese is necessary te a
henltli) (!','t. This Is contained 111
largest iiuastire In tihreus fruits niul
regetahles. 'ieh as lettiiec. celery, spin
ach, asparagus, cabbage, caulitinwer,
niil, heels 1 ni"li. pat snips, Itijs,
prunes ntnl ether fruits with their skins
ind s'eds espei ,nll apples. : ccrcnlsMii h
as rolled or i.t eats or wheat and hran
in tiny of ,1- xaiieus form' breiid,
mnthiis or ot.iiUers. These letish
f Is make huik and siimulnte the
coinraitieiis of the muscular libers of
the intestines, providing for the neces
sai'j elimination of wnste. 1
The host tegiilaters tu-e feed and I
wat v. 'I'l e tihreus feeds vefetted te
abut' and feeds 1 icli in vegetable m id-,
ns lemon, ernngen, temutucs, apples,
oilier f 1 nils and fruit Junes are of
sreii' assl-tauce in overcoming cotisti cetisti
p.m 11 Kat plentifully of legei.ible
s.ilads with eltie oil di lesings, luvause
t'n- oil is li.xatiie. 1
"Should a Weman Tell?
By HAZEL PETO BATCHELOR
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The Breakdown
J I I 1 1" S eves were narrow ii.iy wete
the eves i.f n weu'nii of the world,
for in that moment a'1 girlis'.iness had
departed from them Theic was no pity
in them for me even if her suspicion bad
b'S'ii into, nnd I cowered biiik trem that
lixel, in a moment, l.eweier, my pride
had lensserted Itself. Herrcmnik. which
had Ken nlmest a taunt, had brought
no te myself. 1 rinsed my In ml haughi
I'.y. "iin'i( wrong, 'iiiut1 wrong." I -ald
-'.''.'x "There was nev.- nnxth'ng but
t'e s'tghtest love ntT.i.r Ixtweeu myself
i.n I I'l'.iuferd Ithike I was a child
ire.iin tig of rom.ince. mnl he was u
r in of the world, already sm relied
with the sordidness of loe-o. living. I
eun't understand ou Julie. I don't
knew hew your mind works. I don't
see hew you could believe thnt 1 would
t.'.'ir-y Pane with nnyth.ng of thnt kind
n miv past."
.lull, 's eves wnveied.
"Mir. your fear ct l'.ln(' knowing!"
she persisted "Why should you be se
at rani when veu t..ixe done nothing
wieng?"
My heart was leux in the face of
tl i 'question. II 'W could I explain
te .liille thnt Pane wns unirew, that
he would resent the fact that I had
iii fnnc.ed nivself in love with u uinn
bem nth mr netue. that his idea of
women were nrcha c, nnd that my love
'or hl'ti uitc s,'ltlsh in t''ai I wanted
e eep his Illusions of me unspe:,,'
S.-me'lniii in nit' crle,) out against i x
1 li'.nl'ig this t i Julie. I couldn't d.s
,'iis PaiiD with her nor with any etn
else,
"Wheai xeu tire jenlly in leve wl'h n
man you'll" hate te think of the ethers,
Jul e." 1 said earnestly. "You'll hate
te lUJu'iS that there was any one e'fre In
ii - '''.', above ill!, some one vthe was
unw.xi'ihv."
"TrtU'n narrow "' Julie si effed wi'd-
remc bi-J brh'ir n f'tent. A lecen f--s
(-oeliln t'. ir ik ri: mik'iE cdV e'e
Mary Wilsen Cooking Scheel
2 11 S. 23d St.
I'lione Spriire 0133
Children Leve
Desserts
XlnUe n iniiiilit of l'u M 1 ,un
nl i tie eight tlner hi. I ..n, i tu
ili..e Iii i It- tiiti'l. Vx M prnxe
llirir ielii;lil when iln-x H-U tuf
inure Hese X iiuilln ( ream X nullln.
Hex iinilhi (heieliie l.eniuu,
I) rant i- Vlninnil or ffplce
At All Grocers, 10c, 15c
Yrult l'uddlae Ce, Jlaltliavre, ild.
Or ile you spend
n half hour
every night
mourning ever
nml blem
ishes? Hcnd the
advice, given he
low and save
thnt hnlf hour
for something
mere profitable
than worry
'I ' . 11 dunk wntir- ftem nix le eight
gl. ss, , 1 ,'iix . prink a glasb en arising,
hefeie retiring nnd lmlween meals. Toe
much inniiet be said of water drinking
as lust aid te a clear complexion.
It Is necessary te keep the skin of
the entire hedi clenn with dally bath
ing in order that the fuee be an Index
of cleanliness. Te prevent hlnekhcndR
it ts necessary in scrub net only the
face, bin the entile bed), llerausc the
fin is the most exposed part of the
hed i . it icitihi-s p.n tii iilat- care.
Where there is a tendency te black
In ads it Is well te icmeve tile burplus
dirt nnd grime wnh a geed cold cream
tiist tlhe 11 niument's massage. It
helps the cream penetrate the glands
and sottetis tlie hardened substances se
they inn) he easily removed. After
fitii'iiiiic the cream with 11 clean towel
wah jour face with a geed pure soap,
scrubbing it with n soft brush, partic
ular) around the nose nnd mouth and
across the forehead where the black
heads usually abound. Uinse in warm
w titer, and lastly, te close the pores
nga.iist further trouble, rinse in cold
water, lollewid by nil ice nib or witch
htm'l. It must he remembered thnt pimples
are invariably ihe result of allowing
biael,hcud te remain until thej fester.
a
lx. and 1 won't have mi talking like,
t nar about Carrell. Hawthorne, 1 won't,
have it !" Her voice was convulsed,
with passion. But a moment later, her
face twisted and. like the little girl he
was. she Hung herself en ti.e bed m a
paroxysm pf sob.
She cried until she was cxhaustid
wj ile I hung ever her. ray ears strained
tew.nd the deer. It wns hysterical sob
lung and any one passing in the corn
!. " "ii lil have overheard it 1 was
leirjiid lest Mrs. Merrill burst in upon
us .mi nsk for the reason of this eut-liur-t,
and I pwed that she would net
lll'.ll
I'.nallv I gathered her up ngain-t mx
binist ntnl she sehlied mere quietl)
thi'te Everything of jealously nnd mis-uii'ii'is-tandlng
was washed awnv with
In r tears. We were just two women
wle needed e.ich ether nt that moment,
and (ind knows 1 understood exactly
what Julie wns .suffering.
Of course, such a moment of under
standing ce.ild net last, nnd tiunlly
,lu lie drew awav. But she did net
dr.iw away from me in anger, nltheugh
I fe't that she had again raised a bar
rier between us. and that she intended
le keep it ini-cd.
"Wli.it are veu going le de?" I whif.
pored t i ally
"1 dm t knew." she ansneied ' I
mu-t ll.r.k."
"Mut von won't run nwnx, xeu won't
de nii.vtlitig insli?" 1 asked nnxleusly,
j "Ne 1 won't de anything rnh. en
needn t he afraid, Hawthorne, -I won't
bring down mix mere trouble mi veir
head."
She w.is strangely quirt ntnl after "
time s'tp mm te work te remove ti.
t tniies el ti-aw from her fnee. Her en en
were u iiir-away oxjircsbien, but hei
face letravi, tiething. I wondered
what -I e wns thinking, nnd most of a!'
I wat. t.il t.. knew hew she felt toward
Cranfi'id Mhke. Thnt was the imper-
tout t! in;, Pul die still love him ns
,he linl. or hud mv warning done some
,i .. .. .- -ii -.
I ii'x'il HI Hi i ll .
Tomeirow IXuibU nnd Fwirs
foreign Women
T'.e Hindu mother Invariably sneak
i depree.itins'v of her child, representing
It as the v'cp.tn of imaginary nllment-.
se that the exil eye shall net affect It.
The mode-n Ph nese xreman Is be be
'emii'g a tv-i'inu-ti cigarette smoker.
Sex.n theti-anl i I'.lien cigarettes were
.inpertid into i'' .u.i last je.ir.
Probably fexv peepl Rr aware that
the wenring of a w-hlr ilnui v..- . k.i..
is a comparatively modem custom, nnu
that in met Eastern countries pink is
the conventional color for bridal gowns.
'Tjm.r mxamnyu riser -j
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A Treat
! Seft-Meated g
i Ducks I
33
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At all our leat Markets
a! b.stewcs co.
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THIS Advcnture in intended strictly
for mothers who leve te dress their
small children up in the kind of ador
able frocks nnd BineckB that nre only te
be found by careful looking. l'r it
tells of n wemnn In this city who luis
the cxclusive ngenev in Philadelphia for
hnnd-mnde children's dresses thnt nre
copied from Pnria models. T saw some
of them, nnd I must say thnt I liked
them. I couldn't begin te descrlbe them
te you. I shall simply tell you the ad
dress of this wemnn, nnd then if you
wnnt le see them for yourself you will
be able te de t-e.
I suppose you knew that you can buy
lunch boxes for the girl or boy who enr
rics n lunch thnt hnvc room for n ther
mos bottle in ther lid. Hut did you knew
thnt you enn get them nt one shop com cem com
plete for $2.08? Tills includes the tin.
niacK-cevcred Imx ler snniiw-iuiie nun
the thermos bottle tucked itwny in the
, lid. Such n box means, of course, that
coffee, lea or milk can he conveniently
enrried, nnd kept from morning until
itincncen time.
. I'nr nnmes nf linp-i nildrf Weman's I'n.je
Vxlller or plinnix Walnut .1000 or Main 1001
between the hours of 0 nnd 6
Read Your Character
HliJHtlhv Phillips
Lew, Streng Vnlres
In a way It's n pity tlmt Ihe htimnn
car is net mere perfect, and completely
stnndnrdi7ed, se thnt everybody might
lienr sounds exactly nllke. nnd he able
te discern slight diffeiences which other
wise enn only he noted nnd classified for
comparison, according te a single st Mill
ard, by scientific instruments.
Take, for Instnnce. the loud voice, the
general indications of which were di
cused In a former article. Tt Is much
like and et quite different from whnt
is called the "lreng" voice. The one
lias a harsh, strident quality. The
ether has net. And yet the ether may
entry just n far. and he licnrd just n
tllsffnetly. Again, you can lake the
strong xelee nnd -tihdirlde it. There
nre. for instnnce, the low. trene voice,
nnd the full, round, strong voice This
doesn't mean the difference between a
hnw nml n baritone. Hither may pos
sess ilther a low or a full-tened mice.
The low, strong voice indicates in
tnnnx tospects the siime things as the
loud", harsh voice. Thnt is te sny. it
reveals a person of energy, both men
tally and physically, prhiiarilv n "deer."
usually strong museuliir nnd nthlctlc;
in short, n typical "field leader." But it
also indicates a keener sense of differ
entiation than is possessed by the aver
age "rough-and-ready" person, nnd n
greater measure of self-discipline
Tomorrow-
-The Full, Bound, Streng
Veire
The Question Cerner
Today's Inquiries
What honor hns come, te tea
American women sculptors?
Hew does n most decorative and
original standing lnmp serve two
purposes?
When nn ostrich feather has lest
Its enviable curl by what simple
home method can this be brought
back agnin?
What is the romantic story at
tached te the song. "Annie
Laurie"?
Should ft long sleeve wish te be
ultra-smart nnd held the interest
of nil who might beheld it, what
rule may it fellow?
Pexcrihc a hatpin that Is in Itself
ornament enough for any hat.
Yesterday's Answers
Pull slate color nnd henna are
two colors which nre coming for
ward new as "the thing" in
painted wooden furniture.
V tea wagon which is especially
useful for refreshments that nre
sened in glasses Is made with an
oval top and two Pellv Vnrden
pockets of wicker en the side.
Architects' detail paper nnd
read) -boiled oil with which te
coat it nre the two components of
n lamp shade which rc-emb!cs and
Is often called parchment.
Anne of England was the sister
et Mary II, and was one of the
famous queens who ruled ever
that country.
Ter a long-wnisted. high -chested
tigurc the best kind of br.iv.terc
te obtain the much-desired un un
bieken line from neck te waist is
a long one that is straight :icie'
the top, and gathered around ihe
waist.
A dainty edging for a frock of
georgette, chitruieuse or .repe ,e
chine is made by forming a lattne
out of cords of the material.
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Has Retired After 1 We Strenuous Yeari ;
Shu Realizes Thai the Fame of One Triumph Dees Net Lm
Always She Is Leaving Before She Has Te
TWO yenr nge the seventeen -year-old
daughter of n country lawyer In
irnnee sent tier picture u ,""
newspnper. which wns conducting a
beauty contest.
Ne doubt the fntal deed was dena ns
much in n spirit of fun ns anything
else. . .
A geed mnny entries in beauty con
tests nre Bent in that wny.
But tliis girl wen j she was voted the
most beautiful woman in France.
At first, of course, bhe must have
been delighted.
Such nn honor, such n compliment,
such a triumph for n little country
Blrl! , w ,
A famous Trench dressmaker offered
te make nil her clothes If she would
allow the fact te be used ns nn ndver
tiscmciit; theatrical managers offered
her tempting centrncts, and she did at
laBt appear In oue motion-picture.
It was nil ery exciting' and very
thrilling, nnd the smiles thnt she cast
...1.1. 1 ft-...-..,. ...MnnM iI-a niirllanftd nr
' Willi HIT liuwcie llliliinK mu MM...V..S.W ...
I Ihe Poles Bergere when she was fea
tured" there, must have been very spen
taneeus nnu very sincere.
FOB a while she wns seen everywhere,
in her fnshlennble fieeks nnd her
beautiful leeks. . , , ,
But. like nil geed things of which
there nre tee much, the whele thing
palled en.lier.
She bef'ame se well known nnd se
popular that she could net shop or go
te the theatre or walk along the stieets
in peace without the protection el gog
gles, a heavy veil and n squad of police.
And se new she has retired, like a
great actress whose wonderful buccess
has worn her out.
"Beauty, like everything else," she
'told her admiring public, "comes quickly
le nn end. and I feci I must abandon
my pretentious title. Of course, I may
change my mind, that's a woman's priv
ilege. But for the present I nm deter
mined te ictuin te my quiet country
life."
She lias found thnt it is much mere
fun te admire than te be admired.
Ne doubt this girl's friends consider
her the most fortunate person in the
world or at least in their world.
Te be voted, net chosen or picked out
or judged, but voted te held thnt cov
eted title, "the me't beautiful woman!"
Why. it is an honor even te he her
friend.
And then she gives it up nnd gees back
te tier quiet country inc.
It's n sdiauie!
IT MAY seem a shame te them, but it
is n splendid -thing for her te de; it
shows mere sense nnd strength of mind
than most girls of thnt age would show
under the circumstances.
Te retiie from her nerve-racking pub
lic life new when she is still fresh and
veung nnd her beauty will always re
main in that condition in the memory
of her countrymen, is a very wise move.
As she sii.vs. beauty collies quickly te
an end, nnd it must be the one great,
evcr-preent dread ,in the life of a
great beauty or n stage star te have that
moment ceme when somebody will say,
Twe Minutes
By HERMAN
! Who Arc the Rich?
NOT In the long nge, but in this Eentlmcnt new he lives this man whose story
I would tell.
They said he had vnst riches as men knew riches in these days riches
1 unto millions
Before him hirelings bowed nnd scraped, nnd at mention of his plethoric
wealth, moil's hearts were awed.
They tilled him great: but who knows, when within the silence of the night,
the lure of geld was left behind, just what the still, small voice of his own soul
named him':
Then cnnie war. dinging all nreund ruin ns men fcc ruin.
And this man whom they called rich and great war cared net for hl name
or fame, net for his geld or behest, nud in the maelstrom of the struggle, bis
worldly power was swept awav.
He steed alone alone with Ged; men did net understand and called htm
' peer !
Se he went forth te serve. He was alone alone with Ged! Then was he
net nlmie. for all the Perees of the Mighty Universe were his te draw upon!
He heard the Voices of nil Nature crv aloud, "What ye would keep, share
ve with all." And P.ls man whom men called peer, a failure sad, wcut forth
with greater majr-tx aid Might than rvtr had been his before.
Ne longer b'uideil hi the lend blaze of earth!) things, of strivings te be
might 'or ilan lv- f-'lew-ii n. h - exes were opened 0 the Light of Truth.
11" gave geed ehf.'.' ami strength te these who wept; he lent a supporting,
lifting hand te iho-e who faltered a"d foil.
Wherever le went, he'left a -eti-e of Peace and Jey; and strangers blessed,
h's natt'e. th" kiew ti..r ,;:re,l L.s wea'tb of geld was gene this man of whom
men -ah1. "He 'e- bis nil."
Mr ni t'..e s'!e,.,, ,,f l-!s nnel'ties he heirs his soul's voice sav. "Who
1 -px s. ' i s.ru uve ii ,-n has f um! l.im-.lf " And in the Boek of Life the
i, -ft ' Angel '- w-i"iig. "The mnn is truly rich."
Atlantic City
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The Sheps of Scjmblc Prices
Fer Friday and Saturday Only
Specially Priced
Fer tk Emissaries
of Saifa Clams
Tlicse garments still wear their original
ten and are te be had for the week-end only
nt the prices advertised.
A'v $25 "l Vei'jectly tailored frock of
" tricetine, embroidered with silk
seutache. Xavy and black. Reqular price,
S39.75. At Beth Sheps.
At $75 '" coat Pollyanna cloth, with
u wolf cellar. It has a blouse
bad: and guaranteed silk lining. Regular
price, ?9.?5. At Beth Sheps.
At $25 'i semimfermal gown of black
, " ' , . Canten crepe and silk lace, with
beaded airdle. Fnv matnuvnt u -A
j. - - v. ivuHiiiuilll, llttUUC 10.11X1.
J"fZ' mal1 sics enhJ- Regular price,
SeQ.00. At Beth Sheps.
"Ssy h-w5th BleMses"
Cflearan
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fHfs fe ,akc u'flj
for Southern
Showing
i V sV
Sale
AlsoImperts and Reproductions at Half Price
c ie7, e umM 1337
e.ljtfi&t. re ri,actut St.
Rnarineall: si , i v . .
Jl'i'l .1111 OH ( 11 f -f , 1 , ,,
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"Il'm, she's showing her age iifM.
Net quite se fresh and , .girllsh-IoeC
ns she was last season l" ,B
Tlie strain of it, for a girl Wn() v.,
no stage ambitions and no deslts t
public Ufe would be enough te weeC
down in two years' time. "
And se it seems a very scnslbls i..
tmng for this girl of nineteen' Vd"'
Even if she docs try te come back nfiJ.
a rest, she Is doing the right ' thi
new. I
SHE has shown that sha knows wntt
te step living upon one sflceess mi
n geed many of us would de well te fir.
low her example. '
We have such a way of feellne fin.
ever having made a hit with semuhhT.
nnd cnrryltig en that confident tnann.?
which is the result long after ths Mi
haR been forgotten. u
Everybody wonders why wa ara
set up, when there's nothing in sleht J!
be set up ever. w
We xveuld de much better te rttlre
tc something like n qnlct ceuntrv li f
nt least until we make another hit
tnke us en a little farther. ,0
Being women, we hnve the nrli-He.
like Agnes Beuret. of changW
minds find coming back te lay claim T
our title Inter if we want te. "
A DBAWN-TintEADS CUSHION
TOP makes a dainty Christmas gift.
Cut an elghtecn-Incli square et whlta
or colored coarse linen. Even burlan
i makes a nice cushion, if It Is the klna
I that permits the drawing of threaili
easily. Twe Indies from the edga en
each side draw a thread. Jein a. celnr
silk or mercerized thread te the end of
the next thread of the linen. Of using
a very heavy linen or the burlap, ui
xversted Instead of the thread.) Pull
out the second thread from the Untn,
drawing the colored silk with It. pull
the colored silk through te the wrenc
aide nnd fnbten It, Skip several threadj
of the linen, then draw out nnether
thrend; Jein the silk te the next linen
thread and continue as before. Pull the
silk through en each side of the square
in me sauie manner, men at aw tour
I crossing lines four Inches below the
j ethers. In the four corner squares em
broider a simple group of flowers In ths
lazy daisy stitch. This DRAWN.
I THREADS CUSHION TOP really does
net take veiy long te make and Is auch
nn adorable rift. FLORA.
of Optimism
J. STICII x
Baltimore
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