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V V lH ' '10 EVEKING sPUBLIO LEDaBB-PHILABEIPHIA, MONDAY, JANtTARY 28, 1922 I Sf i Vu I i ;! ft 'I I 11 K i I IN Weman s Life and Leve My WINIFRED IlAItl'EK CO 0 LEY Sex Revulsion fT AST night lie wooed me with the -' ardor nnd benutr of n stage licre. IIe was the met adorable lever my soul rcr dreamed of. I could hove died of iey, Just onto te have met mr Ideal lever. All i dny I lieve lived In n (Iren in, 1111 pe st n c . A p i n k mint seemed te en frnl C me. I.lfu vvns altered. Ne ma I prln I thine seemed we r th vverr.vlng erer. Nothing counted any mere, Imt just the fact wis'li'nfii Hint be luul 40 KAnpEii coet.nr beau tl fill Ir ex pressed tlie panMleu thai biirely Ik Ged'a Krratc.t gift te mankind. I scarcely breathed. I was nfrnld te ce liiiu again. A thing se nur cleus iiuply could net last. TT DIDN'T' We met. lie wns changed. lie was cold and dis tant, lie was haul te please, tempera mfiital. 1 vus aghast. 1 wanted te die. "Could this be the romantic, wonder ful creature, who begged for a kiss, as if death itself wcie uethlmr. if one llrl hud lled that one moment? "My pride would net permit me te aeein anxious. Jf he was net until -ciently anxious te be with me. te over come Blight barriers, cuch as business engagements, hew could I urge that be de se? "With the ordinary man It would Imyc been the usual thing, n little ex cited ami (irur-cnthueiiictic when, in a t i ii . cirU presence, amid a lining sin reun.i-i IngH cnndle-llslit and music perhaps, lHt- Mil .. I I . 1 ....! ....... 1 .. .... -.1. 1 .u Then, the next da, all the picture nnd necessities of sordid worldly mat ter. 'Hint is te be expected, and I hppe I hae n fair amount of common aenac. "Hut this man Is of the stuff medieval heroes arc made: he has the divine lire, lle is n poct-levcr, urn he had suppressed nil the romantic fen or et his .veung lift, walling for the real experience, lle recognized me as his drcjiu-girl. and 1 could net deny that he was my Ideal. "All Hi s was only jesterday. New, my castle seems te lime tettereii round in ears in ruins. 1 am nt en. I am ready te kill mjself. Other men may hac feet of jfri. lull hew can m.v Adenis, my beautiful, hlgli-setilcd lieie, descend te the Irascible, the Indiffer tm Z'l ent, the peevish?" TIMS is what shTteld me. It Is the '' lrSt ' omen problem of the Klermil Weman. ill. ,-;, ?nv,,1 ,;,,r';- 'T."; iLp i:icmal Man. All de net ecprl.M.c clerk of the City Leurt of aWeMa the reaction se uuickiy nnd se sharply. !a.. Is the tirst ; woman la Iici Leuntj nor de nil natures suffer e seenly, or 'e held nublie efliee. react en each ether se vielently: vet . . , , , . this is net nn Nelnted Instance. Main ' Mr'- O- T.. Andersen. Judge of the women thus are teitureil. i ev,- Juvenile Cetut in npelln. da . Is Seme day the psjcholeg'sts will c- believed te be the tiift woman ma;is plain te us the reason of the sex reac- trate in her State. Paul and By HELENA False SITE heard him in the bathroom, A series of soft groans nnd half half bmethcred exclamations. "Uendness sake, honey," she cried, nlmeht nlarmed. She steed upon the threshold and sur veyed him, tempted te laugh nt the t'ngic figure h e presented. lie was mute, nnd staring nt his rellee rellee tieu gravelj in the mirror, l'rem lii tichtly eleed lips ex tended a clinical thermometer. "Chill?" 6he ventured sjrapathctl cally. ''M-m-m-m." "Did you get chilled coming home to night, dear?" "M-m-m-m!" He shook his head violently in the negative. "Kcicr?" Ter response he nodded and Virginia fancied n gleam of melancholy satisfac tion kindled In his eyes. Presently he removed the mercurial gauge from his mouth nnd peered nt the tiny thread of quicksilver which he held close beneath the light. "I thought se," he murmured, almost happily. "Ninety-nine and n half." "Then you must go straight te bed." Mid Virginia. "And I'll call the doc tor." I'nul submitted meekly. "De you think It's the grip?" I'nul closed his eyes and made no reply. lie could feel Ills fever mount ing, lle wondered, with n sharp little start of concern, If it might net be the dread flu. He'd heard it was showing Its ugly head nsnin this jear. "De you wa,nt nn thing te cat?" whispered Virginia as she smoothed the pillows nnd patted his hand nffection nffectien atelv. as he sank back Inte bed. "Ne nothing te cat; thank yen, dear." Virginia did telephone the. doctor and within half en hour he was there. He stared down into his patient's threat, listened at his chest with the stethoscope, counted his pulse, then he straightened up with a slightly puzzled frown. "Odd," he muttered. He knew Paul Things You'll Leve te Make B Remeaelea1 it . i i-m" rreeiv T.t.Kvt a TteTrtnTrr.vn Trnnr-ir nit. t?m nnr, newn Is uraceful and "up-te-the-mln-Ule." It Is an especially nice way te fix ever a. frock that has become stained in tha front, lis often will lianpen Remove the trimming" from jour frock Cut Hie neck square It It Is any ether shnpe. Keld embroidered bands of rib bon or brnlil te fU the neck. I lav. two pieces of BCergettH or chiffon ac oerdlon or slde plaited, these pieces should be ft ceuple et Inches longer than ttie rest or tne suirt, ana wine enough when plaited te fit across the front nnd back bunds of the neck trim tnlnr. Sew the plaited pieces under the btmcls, and let them full loosely down ever tile fleck. Helt them In loosely wth a, beaded or metal clrdlc. Cut the sleeves short Trim wltli two hands and ImVn ii hn,7 strniKlit piece of the plaited chiffon linnir from each elbow Finish WS ItnjIUOKW.D KKOCIC with bunde. Mt In between the chlf.'en en cacli slde I of th frock. Vl,QiU. j t. ' (v ssjij j. I lien. New, U -eeiiK mysterious nnd awful. The cry ardor of the attrac tion seems te beget n corresponding fury of nputideii, Then, pride cnlcis In, nnd stubbornness nnd cruelty, and we deliberately hint nnd even toiture the beloved .ilijeet, as it te case our own pain! Finally, there Is n n.""r rcl. nnd n cenlncM, mill perhaps per manent sepal itlleii, while nil the while the ) earning is se grnit, we could die of tile longing! Tin: uttei futility of it: Ordln.iry disagreement or bicker ings, or distastes in life aie nothing. He complicated am buiiun relnllens Hint iiatunilly some folks nie repellent te us, while ethers seethe us. Uut tdi. tin uv:le.ssnes of i evulsien of feeling en the part of levers! Ne mistily In no terrible. The mature ami e-perlenced pencil can only eeiinel a hardening of one R most MiVccptibtc linture. It Is ten had te become cmiIc.iI. te lese faith, but one simply cutinet be se vulnerable as te be tortured and te wrltlie. One must threw u lllm erer the raw burtucu et the wound. This film may net be cynicism, but should nt least be understanding or common sense. DOL'IJTf.LSS m the abevu ca-e the veung man wlie was se wendeiful. in his verv natcre. unusually c.eitcate nnd ilerv. embodied the epmvlle ou.il eu.il Ity of crueltj. He differed leaiiieti nnd weariness and a slight disillusion, just because the tremendous passions cannot last nt the Fame tension forever. The fever heat must cool, temporarily. 111! (1 1IUL III' ilil l" " " ' ,.rveiis .id unstrung, lie. me IIe did net mean te lie nrtirn, nut ---.. - bad his pride, ami Ills reaction, nnietinting aliiut te levulslen. 1 stir it let alone end nut niiiie.vcd nnd an alvcd. he in a short time doubtless will swing back te normal, and fc"l a gush of tender emotion nnd deslic ngnin te express lus appreciation ami fenent devotion. CAX A girl he gracious after having her pride se hurt? If he Is ex perienced, she will be tactful nnd for fer plvln?. realizing that male until ic will tint cYiduic the least suggestion of au thority. Uut with her it had been n shock, almost nn lnult, after she had given such t"iidcrness Wliv the ic ic Milsien nt all. and hew shall we meet the experience? Virginia IIOYT GKANT Alarm and Virginia se well that he did net need te pretend. "It's funny !" "Funny?" repeated the patient glar ing. "Kind of." admit ted the doctor. 'Tact is, Paul. I can't lind a blessed thiug the matter with e u . Respiration, pulse, even thing O. I " "I5ut. doctor began Virginia. "1'eel am t ;' i the doctor asked pan1 "Ne pnm," k.i 1 the patient "l.ei a terrible f e v e i , though. 'Tcver?" The phslclnn's lips broke Inte n cheery smile, "Je 0n ! What de ,vnu mean, you've get n terrible fever?" "Vmj just live the thermometer and you'll see," mutteicd Paul. "Hew de you " the doctor inter rupted himself. He turned te Vir ginln. "Have you a thermometer, Vir ginia, in this house?" She nodded. "I suppose everybody has; yc, we have this one." The doctor stared at it for a mo ment and then broke into a rude laugh. "Well, this Is pretty "oed." he said. He stepped te the living loom, nnd both henrd the little glass tube rush into a thousand fragments In (lie tin lire-pla-e. "Say " demanded Paul, sitting upright ill bed. He was downright ancrr. The doctor smiled amiably from the threshold. "Never mind, Paul: might as well keep n deren jars of n.'i i mine germ en hand if teu Keep n tliei meunter, I daieiaj n let uT dm ors approve ihe geed el' family iilnrni lube, but I'm net one of Vm, I'm tee husj with real sick folks te bother " "I've cot an awful fever." Insisted Paul Hut he felt his sickness hail evaporated alrend.v. "(.loon, hiii fraud !" gunned the doc tor "Virginia don't get another one of these pesky little frlghteueis. The 'ie ful'e alarms !" Tomorrow Toward Autumn The Weman's Exchange Sweater Was Scorched i Te ti Id ter of iretnau's Pout 1 Wir Madam I washed a vvh'tej nvcatcr all wool and laid it ever ihe I'.uer nnd 'he heat was er strong, and scorched the fient of th sv enter Will ti l.lndlv tell 1110 he v te icmevc I tbiH scorching? WOHHinn. I Wash the sweater again ,n luke warm soapsuds and let it dr. ever the heat In a hag or else hang it up out doors fe thut the breere will diy it ' If this does net remove the seerch stain put the sweater directly In the sun nnd let It bleach. IJut if this does net j work. I am afraid jeu will have te dye ! the sweater, for there Is no ether' remedv. Sweaters should tilwas be dried in n buff te prevent their stretch-I Ing In any way or Retting out of shape, this keeps the wool nice und soft, tee. ' Te "Idel," Wilmington I IV'",I.eiJ,!y "'a,u 1 Re' Femfl werli In Philadelphia, consult the employment bureau at the Y. W f A. us ou will be able te hear obeut special positions there meie easily titan If you went about te various employment departments in I the large toiperutions en should I welgli lis hilct would de jchi geed If' ou nre havlnir trnuble with veur com pletion and would help jeu reduce Tn cutting devn en sweets and fats for u while and sec if It doesn't help both Vtul take soine regulat exercise, walking evej dav danclnj; or gyinnastie 0er nscs, se that jeu will Ket plmty of fresh nlr In jour lunga Tlmt will cftcn clear! Up a cumpleilen when ether thlnpj fail. ' "The Marriage Gambler ff By UAZV.U IIKYO UATCI1EI.0K Copirleht, I9tt, bj I'ubllc l.tAetr Ccmvanv Carel Ilathbeurnc, after having rcuscti .Yicfc Ttavv tictcc, chanucs her mind irieu the hears that he hat become infatuated irlth Daisy C'unffc C'unffc ten, of "The Jelly Revelers?' Uew ever, she does net lote him, and after marriage, she findi preteine harder than the had anticipated, lf'Ai'it A'cfc di woven thv truth, there is a licak between them, and one day A'i'cA; Mfc, Daivj in the ftreet and thoughtlessly asks her te tea, lie is fen by one of L'aiel's friends, trio is deteimined te make trouble. CIIAI'TKIl XXIV Getting Even VEUIA Informed Carel of Nick's Indiscretion carefully and sweetly ns though she were mcrelv telling &cr friend something that It was necessary for Iter te knew. "I suppose some pcenlc would have neglueled te sny anything," she said with an aitlficial little laugh, "but I always think that the wife ought te knew what her husband Is doing and I am sure you nre sensible enough le agree with me, Carel." The news stunned Carel, and she found P difficult te keep up a front before Velum. That Nick should have sought out this girl and taken her te tea! Whv. it was ImpeRslblc that he cared If be could de se crude a thing, if he could subject her te the ridicule of her friends. At least he might have shown her some consideration. At least he might have kept his meetings with this girl hidden from the curious eyes of the world. And all the while she played up te Velma. She laughed at the Idea of there being nn; tiling clandestine about Nick's n tlnn. "Why shouldn't he take her te tea if he wants te; if he met ,veu nnywheie. he might de the same thing for veu." Velma drew herself up stiffly, and her light blue e.ves (lamed angrily, "It's net quite the same thing. Is It?" "Well, perhaps net." Carel con ceded, toiucieus that he bad scored, "Hut nt that yeu're net sure it was this Daisy Cnstleten, nre you?" "Well, of course. I don't knew the girl's personality." Velma returned, and then switched the subject of con versation te something ele. New that she had launched ber poisonous shaft she was content. Carel needn't be se high nnd might nnd put en se man nir, she didn't have se muca te brag about, after all But after Velma had gen. Carel gave way te her feelings She raged up and down the length of her bedroom, but he did net (r.v. she was tee angry for tlint. She wanlel Nick here, she wanted te hsh him vlth ber scorn as lie had lashed her the ether night. She hated him, she wished she had never married him, for her life was ruined. And vet when he finally did come. Caiel forced herself te a emblancc of self-contiel. and she was like lee when the met him. He knew at once that something had happened. "What is it. Carel, what is wrong?" lie asked quickly, but she did net seak until she had drawn him into the li brary and closed the deer. "Se jeu've gene back te her!" she accused him suddenly. Nick's faee tcglstercd only amaze ment, and it was se genuine Hint, in spite of he-self. Caiel was taken aback. Suppose it shouldn't be true, suppose t lint Velma had been mistaken nnd the man liai'n't been Nick nfter all ! "I don't knew what you mean," lie went en "Velma Craven was here, she said 'lie naw you at tea with that girl. Isn't it true. 'lr!v'' If veu tc.l me it Isn't, I'll believe veu !" "O, that." Nick said suddenly. "Yes, I did run Inte Daisy Cnstleten yester yester env nnd I gnve her some tea lit the Hel'eehne. hut what of it?" Caiel diew luck. "What of it"1 Yeu can ask me that"' Haven't you any re ?nrd for me at all? If veu had te take her te ten, whv couldn't veu have cheen soine ether place, where you wouldn't be seen? Velma will tell ever one about it, and hew de I knew tlint you met her? Hew ln I knew that you haven't been seeing her ne'nt along?" Thev stored into each nther's eyes, nnd before- Nick's steady irgard, Car Car ol's gae wavered. "Yesterday was the first I've seen her since before our marriage," Nick said evenly. "And I suppose I took I er te the Helleclalre beetuse it didn't occur te me flint I bad nil thing te bide. I'm sorry, though, Carel, and It won't happen again." "Ne, veu'll pi'ebabh tTl.p her ouie euie where where en won't be seen." Carel tiling nt hi. ii tense nn I vthile-lippcd. nnd then stepped nt the expression of Nick's face. It was tein with agony In that moment she saw It before lie turned nwa.v. and she knew with a sickening sensation mound her heat I flat he loved her. that he would nver couscieii' 1 de nn.v i lung te hurt her. end tlint -lie did n t derive a love se big as that. (Te be continued) The Question Cerner Tedaj's Inquiries 1. What does the head of our Ijiijp New Yerk firm saj about women who are clerks? 2. If when tj pew riling an envelope or card one wishes te fill the space down te the very end, hew can it be prevented from slipping out? 3. Since Imrd water does net clean Ihe skin well and Is particularly bad te use in winter time, what will soften It and nt the same time act ns a mild bleach for the skin? 1. 1'er a boy forty-three inches tall what is the correct weight and what is the right number of pounds for n girl the mine height? 5. Hew Is a geed-looking Indian ef fect given te a sweater without a gieat amount of double in p-it-llng a difficult pattern in? C. When a girl has ilaik hair what is a partieulsilj striking sei t of bandeau for her te wear with an evening fteck? Saturdaj's Answers J. The faithcst nmth hospital nfthe American continent is ut Point Ha-re, Alaska. 2. Inverting n plant nnd plunging just the leaves into liquid Is the best wny te get rid of insects. 3, When n room tlint has a block linoleum en the fleer is changed in its color scheme the linoleum can be painted te harmonize. 1. Pert v-two pounds is the correct wtight for n boy who Is fortv fertv fortv twe Inches tall; a girl of this bright should weigh foity-eno pounds. ,". The long sleeve, either very clnv0 fitting or vei- loose and flowing is taking the p'ace of the sheit tlrfht sleev-p C. Seme of the very newest uml geml -looking ca'peR are made Jlko a bin noose, held nt the neck with n long bcnrf. no nir r'Air. ni'.n iinTmn, Itad "Her .Mether" by rulie'iteii t Walde the itnry et a. ineiher-ln-lau n"a antu te b callnil "itetnr m thu ilajj. in Het en of next Sunjj Pitt it lnuern Adv, I I FOR COMFORT lustrous black satin la wrapped nreiiud in an Intricate man ner te form a skirt for this dancing frock. The long tassels attached te th front of the glrdla form the only trimming, except for the touch of metal line which shows In the openings of the waist, si here the side pieces droop lower than the front. Thcre arc no sleeves, but these new frocks with the long nrmhelcs nnd drnpery that falls gracefully from beneath the arm seem less boldly sleeveless than the kind with Just n close - fitting arm arm arm hele and no soften ing of outline. The neckline for most evening dresses is se much higher than It used te be that some of them could almost be worn in the afternoon with out seeming out of place riiote by Old Maatera, Central Kum Twe Minutes By HEHMAN "Don't?'' Versus "Don't!" HAVE always thought that the "Don't?" of Interrogation Is much mero effective than the "Don't!" of cemmnnd or warning. I 1 or example : Don't ou think thnt nil the modern miracles are performed by St. Industry? Don't jeu see that n word of encouragement te the living is worth a volume of praise of the dead? Don't jeu knew that n man carfnet become perfect in a hundred years, but he may become corrupt in a day? Don't jeu knew that it Is easy te break n dollar, but difflcult te repair It, that about all there is te thrift Is habit, that the way te save Is te put a certain part of all you earn Inte the bank, and that that should be the first part and net the last part? Don't ou knew that when a man's cup of fortune is filled te the brim it takes a level head te carry it? Don't ou knew that while there is nothing new under tbe sun, there are a thousand and one novel applications? Don't you knew tbat even a journey of a thousand miles begins with ene step? Don't you knew that grasshoppers never get anywhere because they nra always busy jumping? That the peculiarity of man Is that once In a whlle he steps nnd thinks? Step nnd think once in a while. Don't you knew that the only curse about labor is the curse that r peer workman brings te it? Don't you knew tbat if he had watched his step he wouldn't have tripped and get hurt? Don't you see that if you don't lese your temper you won't lese your Jeb or your friends? Don't you knew that tbe great majority of the rich people of today were the children of the peer people of a generation age? Don't you knew that when we prate about the geed old days romance struts, but reason shrivels? Don't you knew that (he world attaches less importance te beautiful features of face and form nnd mero importance te bcrfutiful features of the character? Don't you notice that the leader et the orchestra is always a man who has pla.ved second fiddle? Don't ou appreciate that bnbit is mementum: that the hardest job in the world is starting things, vvhuh once Btarted, are ensy te keep going; that the person who has formed no helpful habits is a woeful waster of energy because be is continually beginning; nnd that every man ought te get enough geed habits backed up behind him te push him along te better and bigger things? Don't jeu? Read Your Character lly Dhby 1'hillipi Hands of Emotion The balance of the emotional nature In the individual, as contrasted with tue colder mental processes, such as rea son, memory, the instinct of caution and the like, are icvealcd nt many ways. Head shapes, as explained in previous nrticles, will tell you much, when the general dimensions are considered nnd Strikingly Looped Is This Short Cape I By COniNNlS hOnC Among the treplcnl foliage nt Palm I Beach walllleweis will net be present at least, net if the designers hnve their amiable way. Per the clothes prepared for this season have never been sur passed. As a rule, of course, the subduing Influence of white Is sought In wrap or corsage. Thus, a sleeveless jacket of white broadcloth is worn with a skirt and bodice of cejlse crepe llo lle ninln. Indeed, many of the most btun nlng costumes for the Seutli show the prefeience for nil-white registered by our winter festivities in the North. Above we show nn attractive com bination consisting of white kasha cape nnd skht with white ellc bodice. A feature of this costume Is the bending of steel used both in the development of the frock nnd as a starting point for the effective looped panels of the i ape. Incidentally, de net forget the Importance assigned te the rape In all manner of icseit wear. ufjWi i IN DANCING of Optimism J. STICU also the local areas of development of the skull. Virtually every part of the body has something te add or detract from your estimation of this balance In an Indi vidual. A curved back, for iustuncc, indicates emotional nature, and a strulght back does net. Small feet In dicate It. Big feet de net. Big hips Indicate It. Small ones de net. Hands nre unusually important Indi cations. The het hand has its indica tion cf Impulsiveness nnd strong emo tions, ns distinct from the cold hand. Likewise the cenlcally shaped band, when It is net no long as te be clnssed as the Idealistic baud, also denotes the Impulsive, emotional, artistic generous nnd s.vmpnthttlc chntaeter. This hand is shorter nnd broader than the idealis tic hnml. It is smooth with slight) papering fingers, with the nnllB curved, n is uKe mitiiiullj n soft, though firm hand. A Miff, icsl.stant thumb iu this tjpe of hand iudtcntes firmness nnif eu crgj of character, whlle a "wobbly," non-resistant thumb betmjs e tendency toward weakness und indolence asso ciated with the cmotieua.1 uatuic. Tomorrow. Hands of Tyranny Antoinette Dennelly's Advice en Beauty Mis. J it i, truCi lsntt it t1lt ice will tone up the skin wonderful!' Veu have found out in two weeks what it will de te remedy enlarged pores. It ought te liulp us housewives te for give the iceman for tracking up the kitchen fleer when his commodity may be put te a beuutlfying purpose, eh? Keep up the geed work while this tenten is en, nnjwaj. 'Jheda Yeu better net wush veur hair se I'lcipient.. Unco in two weeks is fieipicntl enough terdrj, tbln-hulied folk. Uncu a week for excessively oily hair. .Jean -The best way te avoid feet malformation und torture Is always te jvj a ijeuu wiui u straigat inner edge. Peel troubles Interfere with health con siderably and arc productive of ncrv ' eiisness, dHpcpsiu, Insomnia and pro pre , faulty. Yeu bave te get rid of the nressuie which enubes corns nnd bun ions. The best rule is te buy slices jeu can walk in comfortably at once net shoes that have te be broken In. English Women Thousands of women In Londen earn n livelihood as dunr-lns Instructors, Londen is impeitin:; fiem Havana large quantities of cigars hpcciully In tended for women miekcrs, Among many hounewlvcs in rural England there la n biiptrstltlen that, it 1h unlucky te turn a bed en a Friday or a Sunday. Pipes -et with diamonds and intended for women nmeker.s are being bold In fanhlonable f.hepa In Londen for $10 tach. - - Sul jEtB"!"" Please Tell Me What te De Jjy CYNTHIA About Dancing te Entertain Dear Cynthia lla Iny wrltten te j'eu ence befere and receUmg tie reply, I nip tnklnc the liberty of writing niratn. I tun ciglitecn years of age and lia studied fancy dancing for some time. Whenever I gxi te a pnrty tlie Girls and boys Insist that 1 dance for them. Of course I de net like te refuse, se I dance. Yet r sometimes tlilnk that I slieuiu nei de se. I am afraid that It I de dance they will think I run frivolous, and It I de net that T am unsociable. Please, dear Cjnthla, tell me wliat te de nnd I am your friend for life. SAI,OMn. Yeu evidently de net read, the column every daj as j-eur letter was carefully nnswered reveral weeks age. Dance once In n while, but net always when j-eu are asked. However, de net be dis agreeable in refusing. They Are Puzzled Dear Cynthia We would like te have some of your wonderful advice. We are three chorus Rlrls In our teens and there a,re thrce fellows who are constantly bothering us. They de net knew that we conilde In each ether and when we read their leve notes te ene another We find tbat they nre nearly the same. The- have proposed te us and U)ej' neeni te leve us very much, but we don't knew what te make out of It because et their letters being the same nnd they proposing all In the same night. Please jrlve your adlce te the three tangled ones. It. T U F IL I Kvldentlj- jour three friends consult each ether about their love-making and have net very original Ideas, se they all wtIUj tlie name waj net realizing" that you cempare notes. Yeu might let them knew In a delicate waj'. What Shall He De? Dear Cynthia I have read j'eur col cel lumns dallj nnd 1 knew for a fact that ou have always Riven geed advice, se I thought 1 would ask some et your udvlce and be prepared for a geed future. I am a young man twentj'-ene jears old nnd have been going with a girl seventeen for a long while nnd have been making preparations te be married te thle gin, whom I think the world of, and I knew she thinks the name of me. But nbeut a month age she said that somebody told her I was married, but I'm net, and she has her doubts nbeut it Se she quit going with me. De you think thcre Is a c.ise of jealousy attached te the story? 1'lenBe tell me hew te get back with her nnd what te ssj- when t meet hr again. I see her qulte often and she speaks te me, but tbat Is about all. rlcase print us been as convenient. "PltnCin.IIS." Tf the girl who has known jeu a long time will net bellcvc jeu It seems almost better net trj' te patch things up. Trust Is ene of the fundamentals of a nappy marriage. Why net talk te her father nbeut It? The girl Is jeune and Is per Imps ill aJvLscd. Advises Friendship Dear Cynthia -This Is te "Jvr .of Music," the temperamental and serious one. Lever of Music. Is there net tucked between the lines pf your letter a hid den longing for something veu knew net Just .what? Way down In j-eur heart de veu net crave that same geed time j-eu belittle? Yes. Musle Tvjver, I hae rend between j-eur lines the longing Is there. Tt Is for a frlcndlitp perhaps with ene who understands one "just a little different from the crowd." I fear that j-eu. tee, like All Alene, are lonesome, and In jour loncsemrness are trying te buoy up j-eur drooping spirits with a false phllosephj. Can It truly be that jeu hlleve that one must fotge en alene and net leek about lilm Icrs he be lured nslde, nnd that the possession of mind and beiiI depend upon Isolation? Talk with your heart, oil serious one The world Is a garden, men and women flowers or weeds. Tcu are the gardener. Pluck as you win. It Is njlflsh te be lonesome. Conceit, snobbery ard loneliness go hand In hand Have you ever taken a trip through the ceuntrjs'de during early springtime and noticed hew dead and barren the fields looked from jour car window? Such Is j-eur world without friends. Alight from jour aloofness, Musician, and Jein the crowd upon these snme fields. Loek about jeu cleselj. There Is e cluster of violets hidden under some of last j ear's leaves. Here Is a etas of beautiful trailing arbutus. Uven the rcraggy ghosts of trees take upon themselves a. wondrous dash et color as some cardinal bird or a blue Jay rests for an Instant befere con tinuing the long flight northward. Such Is this same world with friends. Character and Inspiration come from contact with one's fellow men. It Is only the weakling that Is lured aside. It Is human te desire pleasure, it Is thesa pleasure! tli.it make a bigger and better people IMeasure Is the stimulus that esxltes action. 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