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; Mi k r I ' I m 1 fe i 'nr-.; ""- "V f Weman s Life and Lt Dy WINIFItED !'? Wt The Wife's . 'Xt ' ' ,,fCrB IS supposed te be n model hua V - linnd. unit folks- thtnk I nm h JWturnlly dowdy, but the truth 1b. I Sw.., ft . .. . never li n v e live cents myself," she said. It Is net just nn Pointed i n s tnnce. Tlile pnrtlcti lur husband Is net n strange, eccentric, unusual one. lie Is nlmest n type. Tbe ekc -long superstition hns It thnt the tnnn makes the money, und deles it out us ii fnvitr. lie Is . il.AvX-C- W1NTFJIKD obligated te linve 11 KAnPEH COOLEY -f ,.,, ,h ,-nil of hte family, and feed en the tuble. He 1 expected by everybody te provide Clethes and nnv doctors' bills. But ;rcuk.i K-ms NflfcU' V when It cemew te luxuries, nh, that Is vrtjelly n matter or him te decide! is net Be the bread-winner, nnd she u de pendent? I have been told of an old couple who 'were rather rich who for fifty years had struggled along together, she work W in bard and bearing ten children ct ''Pn Yniust have 1 e cent for YhVw,fe ,,ll0l,,d haV rV5i fCC!lni i. W I nnd t!,re0 btrafs across ,l instca'1 of la, 1 must nae live cents for thf,w nn 10M0St Intelligent adult, with newsboy," and he handed her net a dcn,nn,iH (f) be met. nnd n certain sum ! lacings. Fer evening or afternoon there Qtlarter but ten. dy a nickel! te cover them, but that within this she , , a b . ... . It Is revolting und degrading te have nliMilutclv free. i oreun sucuc wippsr with tue te nsk nnd cxnlain. Ne nnrtnerhln i i i. ... :, nn k. nnn ..!, tkp nnn ,.i., .n. ,i, i..i. ... i MM, should be en such a basis. " Imagine im business man coming int.. his partner. fi ,! n.! fn .. i. .1.,lle en.l -.,. Ul ng Inte details as te Lew he spent the , ."fi0""1...? .b",- e"! M last amount for office supples. Lfaere Mh SK.m."Tfcl.lF.Vf:," rXTn.su'".V. L XllUBIr UV UJMlU.ll li Ul, IllIU IUV UMUIUJ' f tien tlmt in the division of labor eac UWU Wm 411 IU "Hiniuii '. l"iw vi.m ( eea nis werK, anu nannies nis ajieiieu 7em Ills work, nnd fanmllna his allotted funda IntclligcnUy. I XTE IS willing and ready te pay I I . . .. . i $ ;jl j. ler nu tne common, dun uinm that no calls necessities, but kicks as wen a ncir ra" "" ' . fcialnst the tiniest beautiful ones that penses. They de net understand all i.' .ni nn inTiirtea Hup inpntnn ie about cnniing and the value of money. large, and he pays big bills for 0,0 1 and rents and the economic struggle. butcher or grocer cheerfully, but If I Te them father Is n god. the giver of 6pend n dollar en a hnlrdrcsser which is, perpetual bounty, or a king te be ca rl delight and renders me charming, or Jeled. Hut they ought te learn values, 81.10 for n pair of fiber silk stockings, i und knew that they must acuicre cer- he simply rages: l wear uic mme Mk clothes for years, beeium thc- ure net WaV nctunlly threadbare, wnlle he H spend-' M ls hundred!, of dollars en things that &$&' . Paul and By HELENA Gladiator W! TTIRGINIA did net ebberve the con- M 1 V traptlen - her word for it - until ; Mt' , ..inn nh.. I,, l,. Mm home ! ,u, U.U......S .... ..v ...,.........-.-- nndaneUKintae "T Isn't one of .i U . . ,nt thie new patent clothes driers, is it. honey?' she asked "mJ.'u- u j i Th thing had long. shining reds of steel, nnd there were heavy iron ingots nttuched near tbe fleer. Fearsome spiral prings , Mtiftace? nil.MlOOK U1S naa. . . ,J i . jT r 'S?-00" and he 8'arC" fiCrCUlr .' ti? i.. .it i ,. .. tut. . .H.j "Then must be something for ven- tilatI6n," sussest-d Vitginla. "Its a gladiator developer," Paul: mid-, almost reluctantly. ! A. gladiator develeppr?" WA V. A .tl.latl I m. . . . -. J- at the club arlvlFed rac te get it.M "uut, raul, dear, xvtiat will it d- milnni" . ""op He stirred restlessly and Vlrctnin joeseu as u uicy iuihiii hhvb urcu u, hearts trem IS ceccks. uniy lunny. , Pnme nml lii lnv t ipre rnvipulnc ii. ' fA-I 1Z il... .kI.l 1mb.a lkjjti aAA a tf !.. mr .l.. f. fi the Innards pf the town clock. ' "r ,en't think it's a bit funny; 'life, and wondering bow everything 'Clethes-driers.' I'aul echoed with mnn ht t0 hnve CIcrci!lQ that would end. fine disdain. "I should say net. . .m' t Iet pcp in him." Sometimes he would resolve te end it . "It Isn't Bemetblng te control the ,P ,.,''. unnth.A ..nf ' au. net by nny such coward's means as 'BnMTMII ' U4 W - umv - , .. SBrtvrntSB,t,,,,tb,ti?Kr7v no nung was tnere. think he Invented 'cm himself." 'Oh. you knew: a tins te come' ,. ... aew one' thing ens 5ng let mernlu He demonstrated the apparatus. He tugged at the steel bars and the prings shot back and forward and the Mack- Iren weights fairly danced in Lurn m it -i" in. i'ii ii in iih in t ri iu nnri Pl ,- ,i 3 '.;;.,,!; buT at WM 1 tUe 'a. praud. ' 'I'llAtf ntrOIU A,l n tle r nt finm m ' maj tkt-vi iiiilii tn liitz iiwiik a iij iia i u wner ana i-aui nung iiunscii into tne, -laverue cnair with a grunt. .r uiunc mill r, uir mUU, dc And then the heaving shoulders of Virginia arrested him. n nn. (iveppLh .in ..n.1 n, . - I u uu, l"" L,T ifciuu Ul "- ; iiivvti. r- ukvii .u-. . b breathing nnnarntus ceine fiTst u,ubl"! oevdepmeiu. wrgiuia in- cii wi.ai piie was reau.iiK. oemi .ni- ui .vtv?v V MIV4 U11U L'J I.VI .. ... J t ! J. . J. . . t i !. II t.. il 1 tn tim mrnin. u,.n, t Vinii, sistee. icr lieart weuiu biartic ncr ey mum- in the morning; wrt of strength-i ...... , ...... ,! s i,. M in,, ,in,if..ni.. tne heart and gets the bleed Hew- Anu i guess grandpa uiu mty years '""' ,"' "" .v-i -. .- and-well, Tar" veu knew pSks a ! . enJ maybe great-grandfather sev-( 'V1'1 hi! weu,d step a raement t0 lurn ' O,' pep in a fellow first thine in the ' enty-fivc years nge, and " I the page. .L, . . . , , ii - ... .,. , i. ...:... i., : nuc wns enmruueu wuu inr iuy. The Weman's Exchange fcrl What Beau Brummell Means MT thl Editor 0 Weman's Page: Jpjj Dear Madam Could you please tell Wfeyfhie what the meaning of Dcau Drum-fJl-.ineJt. Is? I have come across lt qulte a FJi.Tfew -times and am anxious te knew w what It means. I I would also like fe knew whether ler riot eoeenut oil It. -en1 for irttln rid of dandruff. 9. D. F. Beau Drummcll was a famous dandy' wnese clenics were his chief concern In. HfVbehig .!-. ... tne he,sht of ' Stylf. Tlle name has ceinu te be used ' for any one wlic thinks a great deal ef1 Clethes 'and style. ... ... .... Tea, coconut oil Is geed for getting 1 -i Tilings YOU II Leve te Make i- i Fvenm& niHlirP v I w-' i - - ' ,i.raMJllonnble KVIS.VINfi C'OtFFUnis', hewn today Cut a piece of buck- n te fit the front if the head, from '"...-,: m,.iJ i. ,.i.i.... i. ,h' ".?.. ! dla than at the sides. Dead lt with Mitu rui 4itinv it "lui-i fcliu Illltl Jet and lrldesi;tnt brads. Cut a piece of .UK, that matches jour. venlng, kivA Av ,.30 'r cewn, Blx Inches wlde at the front nnd ' wl," v, rnu,cn Pre"'er' ?r tne natural it all depends en whnt we really wnnt nnd work for. 4, Kraduate It te one and one-half Inches Jler Is aU-ays nicer than anyth ukj la elhcr weris ,he reat fllcter , Wolutlen- t t the.sldea.. Plcet the edges, or make " ,L,Je!!!Xh ,Jixe Ve",?w." LfT LV nle.l with effort. WW.0 ff. "".. .UV.?.,Ll.b KW.,ir7,,h bleach for vel, 71 u-'"""",' A. H .hi. . nn 1.1... Ih. .,!.. -... ...Ill I: Siltch the nl .'KX11CI1 ine iiiuiitu piii uviiuiu iiie uvuutu - " - , ...... .... ." . ...Mfc ..j , k-HKatl. join at encn siue a tassei or tue LblM. ThU UVlSJVliMJ (JUIFFuim fidorabie with tne nair piled Men U8 eacic tuu r "' i"-, ;; -w IIAIirER COOLEY "AUemnat chnncc te seem Important te nim. The result Is thnt our friends nctunlly think thnt I nm a petted, spoiled wife, with n pc-fect husband, but thnt I' nm just h frump lh tnste and de net enre nny-' Ihltur nfwinf InvMv nriil nnnrnllrlnti. res- I tumctt. Hew eon I explain te them thnt he Is n miser when it comes te tue re- i nncments and niceties of living? This Is uet u mere Incident of mar ried life : tt Ih ii trngefly. The fnct thnt ii limn tnvH lintnr. niirhta with his fam ily, nnd docs net lend n gny, dissipated i existence does net make him a fine, big character. Mntiym wife has felt nl nl mest murderous nt the Impotent, futile, prison -like existence which her iluanclul slavery has forced upon her. THE point Is net the amount he gives but the spirit In which their mutual nienuge Is run. A innn s income is lim ited, nnd naturally he docs net want n heedless, devil-may-care wue, wne plunges Inte debt and has no Intelli gence or conscience. But If he keeps her en the plane of n child, he must cx nx nn infantile efficiency. The wuy te lnaiinge Is te have responsibility nnd power. Se much money should be set aside for certain regular .expenses, and J," uld be held wlthlii this bub.. A I ,' "l" T J n"M """. .f"".0, 'VJ , .L definite allowance 111; IIUMJUIIU MIU ."C "1 '-k "' " "V""" ".""""":.. penurleU8 as tt ir, but he has the old ' tyrant, harem methods, and his reward!" f t i..lrm ...-theds. and his reward I ii being feared and hated by his slave. I . . . .. i . t i.- ' -., ,. .uhj. ..,.i,i i,- !' P"1' ev" '"---"' JL glvea an allewanrc. although lt is but n tiny one. Their beard nnd ledg- 1HM m..I Aln,l.n Af AAii.c. nm nravMml ' " "u'-i ' i "- i lam ruim niuiu niiui. uu num Heth they and the mother will then be lntel Ipent. sane spenders and net ser- vile grafters! ! . . ' Virginia IIOYT GRANT Stuff 'What's what s the matter? She bant lnt laughter and bent te KlS hit- DrOW. ever ,,n . . vv V-.. the sli ou 1 d er s and lrew her down te . . u..-NeWi uerf, ml what 'a tbe ilarge idea of tbe , Janghter?"' , ..Qhi 'nothing it ; just awfuiiy funny ; ,ut'u n ghe blotted the tv".'.V.'" j , l ... r..l -ir Fmnns in reuauii. mlul iju i iiui .lpfnKivMr "Jlen needs it" She agfeed. ! , "Why, my father used te take that 'hind of exercise every morning nnd every night, dcitr." the assured him, And then she added slyly: .'When I was a tiny little girl." . .. ..-. . " Paul eyed her with dawning suspl- i cien. W ti n A vmt mnnn Hi'An rnnvu i eve ."'."... vl" .'"u ..."-:."' .""'wiiii color, sne were a pair diue ureas- ncre' Wliv. the athletic fellow down at h. .., h.i.i.Ki .-wi. .i,iin r..- e...? .7 i... .u , .!,. n...M ,.. i,. I "thl ber ini"- inn unnw -rr run u-n lira nnn m nit'init t;r V;.i ,iX- Vi.r -...r. ..-3 , "" " "Vjmi f.Mi IIhmI ma..J .uiiiiisuu. iniiiir'iit'nini. "And we cn hire neenl work." finished the perfect B,fttlng up0 un(Jcnlabl Anal word Tomorrow Taking a Fljer - "Miir mi'i inir rnu l n m n I'lnii nt vim hnrnir mni'ni Kf inrnnr n.iu 'iir ur miwcu it itu a ibb. . Roelnir herMlf In the leadtm: ' manners. w-l -bred people d' net talk "Yeu little fraud." he said roughly. "V nna,s ,JJf. "Kn' fJl lrnla"in" em us tc I Bhrlll- or snappishly "en the ulre" or "Hut, of course.' Virglniu conceded. r?.'? n," 1 J '",1". . i?.?..".1?.. ' ?tt. and .-ertnlnly a man or woman who s contraption combines all the la- : "l.ll ,. ' !.' 1. '"!S". - "i-. -' """"" h""8 ."What's What' would no mom of carrying in the coal and shovel- 7 """ ' B" . cr'",T ". , , , , ,niV,K OI nunRing up a teiepnone rcee ver li.. il!n". ' -SV.ul "n? HD0V,e l tre and the who fi thing held her sne 1-. while vthe party of the ether n.irt 1. oempcrtnc pray eyes, lie as fercluR roe;t' vulKar demonstration fUV ,s n nd of dandruff a? it cleanses the scalp her te leek at, him, te meet his glnncc, . unld um?r ae,nonstratlen "neon and keeps lt ln geed condition. - ' What De the Readers Thlnk7 Te thf h'dttar of TVetnan'a Paef. Dear Madam Kindly Rive the nam? of the person considered the greatest living American. Why Is 1 or shn mr. 'a."e e vvnere can I nnd this per .j. : . . - .- - ' as &"" ! " """-uri i(T think. 'reade, S! ; inc. Wcrodrew Wllnen. Themas a rii. """ '""" '"tm.- inere nre se many ZTTy p5j? ep.X: tie that. Yeu will find facta aheut all Kre.it Americans In Who's Who, which u can 3ee at the I,ub"'5 "brar;-. . .jj . r -- Don't Bleach tt Te the Bailer of Weman's Past: Dear Madam Will you kindly help me? I have dark brown hair, but have bleached It for three years w'lth norm. I i ..., . t.... ,. - r . : .ue anu aiiiiuuiiiA. uui ii btewh out dark se often I am really t red of u-nrrvinv with It, altheugti I like light hair best1 with it ' although I like light hair d ! and all who knew nm krtnr, i,ii,i I say they like it better light. Isn't there Then"tUs1.m&tU1' my scalp and I have been told this vWll ' ruin my hair in time. Is henna past illue v."JC g,Mdi,fer I"e t0 useI ,M' ' but hhert.ryin the thrw "ea"rs I have twii this. Please advise me. There H 'I U!lH thnt ltflD ni-IMIItl llll.l,,. .. .. ..!!. I .. .:: .-. ... ...... ! I eye en the cheekbone, and although itt nn ilia nhajibKnna r. -, ..lt. l. I net he noticeable te ethers, It worries I me, as It has only been there about I three mentlm; It Is small llke a mole might be. Isn't there temethlnif I can burn this off with? There is a similar , growth en th; lid of my left eye, but. it course, I wouldn't attempt te rumeva It. NAOIA. Evidently this constant bUachlng la l"rr,'"fT, ?u"i ,ll0Lrm. Tl",N -'n'bl'i.itlen of le:.iUe and ammonia Ih unetl. you knuw- te disceuragu the growth of hair en the face, and you will nnd that it ... ... . ' "T " - na Hie bame eneci en tne hair of your ":na' u, "' "e very much wiser te ,'"' '" h"" i",.',1." "V"n ."" It Consult a physician about this wart, j He can probably remove It for you. but It would net be- safa te try anything of inis nina juuroeu. . ,, . , v. J. VISAING- a'Ul&LiJLU There i3 a decided tendency toward the return of the solid shoe or puuip, but lt has net quite hap'pened yet. A compromise Is effected by means of this lcatl shoe with long tongue i,.., , . . . .. "llul"c" w a single simp ncresH me nstcp. The two types of clocks shown are interesting departures from the usual thln. Photes by Central Notts ( SOMETHING NEW IN STRAPS ' .' :. ZSXTJ , IS' .. . . . MV.T 1 - :fi.VlMK' VU 4Bi "v - t-.i 1.!J I mBSmm ' Emm w L - v" ' IV'L L'(. uuv . u.r . ....i k'.iujiii .jiutllfy i.V.U L1JU UU:ik (111 1 The Marriage Gambler" By HAZEL DETO IIATCIIELOR Ccnirleht. lltt, tw Fublic Ltdeer Cempane Carel Itnthbeurnc marries yick tract irltheut leiin;; Aim, ter the reason that the cannot bear te sce Aim ruiu hn Ufc through hu tnfatua- ''en for Daisp Caitlcten, of the Jollu Itcvclcra." yick gutvects the truth, and is fearful that another man may awaken her love. He is afraid thai Carel has met this man in Jervis iiritten, tche teems te citrl a strange influence ever her, CHAPTER XXX Vigils NICK saw tbe light burning in Carel's room lone after he hnd cene te bed. He wondered what she could be doing, nnd the knowledge thnt he could ' net get up and find out for himself 1 made him doubly restless. ...unminiuiuM "" 7',1 , as if he were being consumed with j fever. The situation between Carel und j J himself had made him irritable and it ' was only by the utmost control that he ... , , , .. .. , . . . could keep this irntntien from her. hut I he suffered for this repression during i 1 TT . 1 .1.1- l- -1.1. 17. !! the long nights when sleep would net suiclilr, but by rcleusinc Cnrel from the l.n,.f,il hnmU flinf lirl.l Imr. hr pIi-Iivj .. .....- -... ...... ---.r - r er 'er frec( em. Tonight, thnt way cl imiKssIble. for It wns one thing "f" tjSJ'.-ilv nusb , ,.? X,tS .1 e ""T", ? """I'L pusb Ilcr iut0 ,llP arms of another man. Carel hcrte'f was sitting up ln bed. The shaded light by her side threw a olrelr. nf rrtvv rnrmrh nver he nnpfv of the book Hlie was reading, ifer blue eyes were starry, her checks were warn i. i .. .i ." ""."." . '. '"' "'.,.. ""..'",, nlllew ..v"i.s ,. . . . , J . i bound. . . . . '""" - & -t I ' JIV e'M"B - - . . one. but that she cxprcswd threuch the ' words of the- wins. And thnt man who leaned en the pliilie wns .Tervis Hi-itten, he was looking down at her Mtl: thee Twe Minutes By HERMAN Hew Did the First Eye Start? e ,n A ihn, .".Vi. "."r.' Vu "'.. IVriri" " ". l"."e,'lest.M?,,Perall'lK As anihnimv and never end ue In a fflvercn ' -,.' .. i' 7 -" 1'V'CA:. '"'' "." .!. ..itni-i -ii.. ttaiib U'nrn iniinr nrr - . ---- -a-j uuui- 1 iiti rum iin jnn inr r inn ttiii irp nrni tit... . i i'iuim-i tuv.u ...... ........ ..-. .- hi sunn-jit, ii in uuuui an l-onvme nT nnfl H-h.n u-. tnU-,. (tin llltle c-nld l.-.n.l CM, i , , -....,.. a., i i.i.wi Jillicnua putt wife, in-. iinnelilnc nbeut them that she hardly ns noilte as a slan in the r V? . iV"' "e. tn"? "A". ". J .e:.?ela.banil u.3 1 forth, write and let us knew, it win i e right te the ,irwi te ,iK. her eyes te the man who for nny reason. It Is desired te dlscen Trim love if blind te all faults until , !.",., ,rr5lnB te aI1' yVen'i ,l- Amcr , leaned . en . the piano ntr-hiw her. $? g 1CB0"V"', J". t"e aTh de usp-rt. If VnurtM,rtl,euVd 'Ua" g''S, FEGQUMS SI. rteinrininK in iiurseu -uuu, pull,lT , me, if I must Kd nbw-eoeiJ-l v " oecemo uisauivu ai any inne x wnum i tninir inui m u euuiti uu. unr iun iui.v .nmniViinr .. !. ntrr, .. i , A USTBIAN scientists have transplants in blind Hsh. frogs nnd rats a Koe " eve from another animal, connected the nerves nnd rosferpd mIpIl ir. . .. . . .. Thtb recalls an interesting question l ne question ii "Hew did the first eye ttart?" Darwin explalnr the chnnglng of the fish gill te the liutnnn rar. the fin te the bird's wing or roan's arm. But the complicated machinery of vIMen that was hemcthlns for which his theory of evolution, survival of the fittest, struggle for existence, adaptation te environment nnd fe en could net ucceunt. It was Lamnrch, who, passing en from Darwin's conception of rvninUnn . a itencral law te the specific method of evolution, maintained thut thou?), nr.,..i causes reacicu en nie anu uamt, tiieugn changes of el mate, feed sunnlr ...... ..i i i u i..., .i... . , , .. .. . . u 'il'l"y. " -i ,. ...... stogie ui'' uv.-n una iuir pin. pin. Kpole8ic "Phceynl, and such had their plnce in evolution, the fundampntal under lvlnc rensen wny living organisms cnnnKiiI This means thnt, ns a matter of fact, In the matter of evolution creatures ,i,J t1WnB "V"? . T ablC l d0 tbCm " bCCam ab'C " de them en'y because they kept trying. It means also that a man's efficiency nnd his mnrkct value can freeuentlv he measured by the direction and the intensity of his wnnting pouer. I' for ' 7" "S the tender tops of trees enough te make you concentrate all your energies en tne stretching of your ucck, you will flnullv 1 -1. III.. .1.. t tf - - :.. . - If, like a mole er,subterrunenn fish, you have eyes and de net want te see, you will lesi your eyes. t If you have no eyes, and want te see, and keep trying, you will finully get eyes. IU'h u little hard for the first thousand yenrs!) The child, tumbling nbeut the fleer, wnnta te walk erect; and after wnnting and trying long enough nnd hard enough, does walk erect. , It is te thut a man sprawling en the read with a bruised chin or supine en the Ice with a bnshed ecciput, becomes n bh-yelist nnd n sltnter. There lire vaudcville performers whose main htunt and umhttinn ...- . . . . ln-r nn n muscle: nther nerfnniinr urn ethers, en the htuge of science urn business, figuratively und almost literally put ,,,, .rn, -'"y pul . up a bra n. ...... . .mesi any or us cnn. in time, learn for it means that within reasonable ..carly unithinit we will te make out of uc V.r" . "1 i Jl". . I ' -- .. - .uwUaM, ...... ...' ' .. ,', - . JblSDGmiyMlljiJJElIFiKil, v. . - '1 eebIbVsRIhHI ! ?" nnd finally with a little mute gesture of surrender, she flung back her head nnd met his eyes full. She could net leek away, the bleed was suddenly drumming in her car, she fe't bewitched, enchanted. A beuud in the next room and Cnrel stnried out of, her reverie. The play dropped from her fingers, she was .sud denly conscious of her thoughts, and where they had been drifting, nnd she shivered as if from the cold. She lis tened, every sense acute te the tiniest hound, te Nick moving nbeut in the next room. She heard 'him snap .en the light, and then the scratch of a match as he lighted a clgarette. lt brought her back te reality. She was plunged suddenly out of the dream world of the play te the cold world of reality, and a dull depression settled down en her. She way biiddenly ronscleiih of the fact that Nick must have seen the light from her room under the deer. He would knew that she wns still awake. ier wrist watcli lay ou the table beside her. and the tiny hands pointed J quarter of three. She slipped out of her dressing gown, nnd with cold flnBcrs capped off the light, but It wasn't until dawn that her tired eyes drooped wearily and she fell nslcep. (Te Be Continued.) WHAT'S WHAT bt nr.iB.v m:cin Telenhone etlouette t: net crcatlv dlf. fercnt from uny ether cede of e.vl.lzed !?" ns l"a.n he or she would Mam th .." .- ---..,.. V"- W?. nv varieties of tele .ninnllif nr I,. ,1.-.. nttcn r... .. ' . . iron n.iiv '- r... he melted Ui nn?er by anethir tpeaker but cjntrelled anger cnu be i-ourtceus -'von in Its retorts or dLsmistals of the ""bject Hanglntf up the tcleMiena re- of Optimism J. StlCH Its Importance te the Rest of Us and one that te the last puzzle, Darwin . -e-... . ... - --..w - o - e in evolution, til wns because thev wanted t.. -- -...-.., hiit nn nnttlnv un n "(mmn. -.i I te put up a muscie, n trout or u brain development Is will-power M.lnlr nl.A,,, . I .t m in i rv r,mllnea ,cn rnn n,nk t Blve . r.llv niirelPH ourseiTes. .rf m wivt. iP i?iffiii: T i ; x: " Curejer the Wonted Girl ' Who Hesitates in Her Speech , x" Absorbing Interest in Seme Special Subject Will Make Her Want te Talk Quickly and EasilyAnd She Will Be Able te De It T AM n young girl of eighteen years nnd I go out quite dften In com pany, but I am treub ed with nn Im pediment In speech. I don't exactly stutter, tyit when telling n stqry or Joke I seem te hesitate and. add the letter a . hftcr every three words or se. I also Inck words, nnd In conversation' I feel ashamed of mysclt when trying te talk as I hesitate, net only In com- i pany but with my own family. 1 nm engaged te u young man twenty-one. He always seems te have the rjght, word , and thine te say. I try te copy after him but fnil. Is there anything I might de te overcome this habit? It Is ' fin, lllnl. n. ...Im.il lj... ...i t It...... M.i.in through three years of high school," rplIE letter came In the midst of some ether mall the ether day, nnd Instead ' Just giving the worried young writer me usual nuvice, i meiigiii pcrnnps it would help ethers in the same condition te talk about the case up here in the northeast corner. There ennuet be anybody who doesn't sympathize. He have all had moments of fishing around for the next word, nnd sticking an "nh" In te fill up the empty space that comes between the word we vc said and the word we're trying te say. Yeu feel as if your brain. If you ever hnd uny. Iind fallen away in chunks and pieces. Icavlug veu te" grope nbeut in the darkness until you stumbled en a word. Yeu cannot take part in nny con versation became somebody else always breaks in nnd takes charge, of whnt you nre, going te 6ay whlle you nre trying te say It. Imagine hew reu.'d feel If you were ulwnys like thnt! Ne wonder this girl wants help nnd advice. And I nm glad te say that there Is very definite advice t6 give which I nm sure will help hcj THIS is lt find out what you are most interested In, und 'thcu cither Please Tell Me What te De By CYNTHIA Te "Bebby" p.,,... I.,,, ,..in i, n,llln,,i i nm Weman's Exchange n8Wercd ln l" Says He's Hopeless Case r::v;hal- as? sgz i..ri. ii ; i. th.V f. ur, niiia.i (Ti-in censed. "fehT'Snly has 'VM SeTLTV VU be ' Z I what size lint lie weals. ir uc Kees . around peddling his geed leeks and form we would Hte him te step areunu se we can we him. We are just as geed-looking aa lie clnlms te be, but we de net think of advertising It. His article was certainly a Reed Jeke, for "Self-praise Is a peer recommendation." BLACKIE, BROWNIE AND BLONDlE. Thev Still "Rave On" incy sun nave . Dear Cynthia Whlle reading your re-, niarkahle column a very inicreauuK iviir Dilil'il iiiiiiynmrD .... .............. . attracted jnv attention, and with your permission I would like te say a few words te such n person. "Pin" had the rlKht Idea In answering "Hiuid'emc'n" letter and I think the sarne tbtng would flt "H. S. ' te a "T. Beauty will neve.r bring a fellow any- thins In this world but criticism. What will "H" de with the crown after tt does decorate his noble brew? Why he would have te go te the nearest "heck shop' and nawn lt te cot enough money te i buy powder, lip-stick axid rouge te keep nis beuuiy. ... IWs hear from some of cynthln a admirers en the Mibjcet of this person. SPAItnOW. "Foreign Girl" Expostulates ers and what would foreigners de If! It was net for America? Nene of us can live alone. I have looked en both eldes. I will say foreigners make geed wives, as they really marry ter love. Take the rich American woman. She marries a rich. man. where a rich for- elRii woman win marry a peer man and Yeung Girl Cheeses Rebing EggBiuc Gewn By CORINNIS LOWK The "Twe I.Ittle Girls in Illuc" have added many recruits since thnt pepulnr . song echoed ceiibtautly through our land. Today there arc nt least two i mll'ien and two little girls In this cemlean tint. Fer blue linn been one of tbe most fabhlennule tints for eve- i nlng wear und It fashion lint, covered n multitude ei vurieun hiuiicu. une may M lect del. ll.Vllran.iea. Iljncinth. Hil'i '".lrc T, ' ii1KiTn U " ,lllbe.r f)(er sn.,,je8( Rebin h egs has bien chosen often thi- year bj the deh.i- tnntc for her coming nut. and. whether In i faille or In taffeta, this tone Is charm, luB. particularly for tin- girl with bliimli ler reddish hair. The Kiib-deh nulv u invited te lnspfCliell f'f tllC nlleVn frnelt I f rebln'H egg blue taffeta with SUtill iMnpe in r.oif-ceior nnd iilver roses at nch slda of the wnlst suspending loeun I of silver cloth below. ,.J.. L.i.:, .; ... .i.niv inter. 1 reatllnsr your column ever since I have veur column d " jlcem, '"'"J hecn In this city, never before hav 1 llCA '"ciL 1 R n&,nmr Svmna ' iaUetl t,'B VkMUTO Of WrltltlR. Will ?wi?r T thL ii S we mrnk '" Plew iiubtlah this te our dear thlzcr and this Is unat we tninK. "Veune Man" Such as he ire put In padded cells and y0 .,,',, If veu d0 net pn.fer tlj, called hoiielrtseMeB": they arc also JW"' " ?j?ert wh? doPveu taSe . .-. ...... re....... ... !. ..... ..At. I .JUL lllllll-'l ZILIVIIK t.U..(... AV'U.r.. ..u, ,.n ....e . . '"ifiKiRTN inane me nest wlvcar Tet, Dear Cynthia I hope ou will plcaSei vl(J JOu can't t!ck up for veur own li" give mc a place In your column te wrlte; the way, I knew a Uttle ferclCT clrl te "An Amerleiin." I notice In your' vhe walked away wit a tur mat of letter we can de without foreigners, but nilne last year. Be very careful for you are all wrong. What would you fometlmea even a ferelirnnr iiu.L .1 t?Z Americans de It tt wns net for-foreign- i i i i $ tilt y take n course of study In It. or else work nt It by yourself, ns hard as you can. It la better. If you can, te take the ceurse q.f study nt seme' school or col lege, because then you will have the practice of reciting before the class. An elocution class would be a splen did tiling, if you find that there Is m special art, science or knowledge that you want te be proficient In". Anything nt nil will de. that Includes the necessity of talking dearly and distinctly nbeut your wibject. At ilrst you won't be able te de It. Your "Impediment" Will held you back nnd you will be self-conscious nnd per haps unhappy. Hut In time, csneclally'if the subject is ene that interests you deeply, you i will forget your sclf-conscleusncss In bccemlnir nhserbed In venp thoughts And you will begin te. tnlk easily und much mere quickly. " Fer self-con-BCleusncss, even if you don't quite realize lt nnd don't Ilka te acknowl edge it, is tbe reason for this distress ing condition. WHEN you have something that is really Interesting te you yourself te talk nbeut, you don't step te worry about the fact that you arc talking and that in n minute you arc going te run out of words nnd hesitate; you just talk. Your wits become sharpened, jour thoughts become separated from one another nnd clear, your tqngtic and your mind establish a rapid mode of com munication, and your- troubles along the tnlklng line are just nbeut ever. Sometimes there Is n certain sluggish ness in the way tbe brain cemmunicatee Its thought te the muscles that control the tongue; practice at thnt communi cation Is needed te speed things up a bit. Study nt home will de the trick just ns well, although a bit mere slowly. But the prlnelnal thing te be remem bered Is, the subject you are studying ; the principal thing te forget is you. lny my diamond aside and co scrubbing i .lf necessary and would net be afraid of j liurtlne my hands. KOREION UIKIi. All for American Girls Dpiir Cynthln Although I have bcn .-pie ,.ViTip""a5 --,,, Veu knew It tukfs all kinds our- r"ore is no one In It that Ik per- feeS leY hVlnSeTarr '"'" r.u5?lydpeert.h who &? ,, p-ntnet with nil ii...tn nt .r.ni lVH,S00n!S;' i"' ."'kn.'den ZL P, , ,,!,,,.,.,,... .:,, ? .; ,iv Thnt would seen amount te a great deal of travel. Perhaps you only mingle with the aame class of people all your life. Yeu knew, birds of a feather tleck to gether. U'b tee bad you can't take t little Klddllltr from some elrls whn iisV you tn a joke te buy them something Net be lone nire I ankeil n frlnri n ( mine te buy tun an express train that , wng creS8,nK ft brdgp j.remtalnff him would net break lt New. I suppeaw Iv- ) is ie uunit t am an ex tra vacant yeuny .w.v... It certainly la tee bnd we American j are n bit particular and llke te drcs te njeasc the eye of our friends, sweet ' hnartB and husbands. Isn't It, "Yeung Stan"? Even If by eeme misfortune you should change your mind and marry , poed, true American woman, llke your mother, nh would leek nice te take nmeng your friends In a heuse apron bonnet and shawl te be Introduced an your thrifty little wife. Wouldn't she? . It would bult veu te hnve imr rire !.- way, especially when you take her te ;"p "ioies. or vieit your mother or , friends, Well, I hepe jeu find your Ideal some "Jpy. although yours nrcn't hard te find. Perhans your dear mother Ih net an Vmerlcan? T de net knew If ilie ie i ; wonder If she agrees 11111 her son. that COat. tee. Perhani Mm vnitm A..iMn.. ! veu inelM nf u nni ......i. ...Ii 1. 1 handling her new leh nil nmTi,i- ! eiw h"? a chance She may be a G r. who has always had everythfni? sh. wanted before ahe married, tee Then h Bneul(, ,iave waited until he ceul afford te Blve her all l.e i,,m ,.2."J te. But she. will Inarn h . you I lie UeSSert That Saved Betty's Party "I'cttv wnntH me tn tr'ivn e ..,.. for her en her sixth birthday next ' rek.'- Mghed Mrs. Ferd, "aud l! juai ureau te ininii about It. "I knew Just hew you feel," sympathized her neighbor. "It Is se hard," she continued, te knew whnt te have for refresh ments that won't hurt them. Cub tnrds ure no treut for them, mj cornstarch puddings nre alwuvsthln and lumpy, and ice cream is se ex pensive." r. ',,!av?.r'0U thought about having '"Mine questioned her neighbor. My children love it, and it's se pure and wholesome." "What Is I'uddlne?" "It innkes n wonderful creamy meld of dessert. Costs 15c n box. and one box of I'uddlne rves 15 people ; or n 10c box seven people. "Is it hurd te mukeV" "That's the nice part about Pud dluc, replied her neighbor en thusiastically. it uhvuj-B 'turns out right, und it is net a bit of trouble te make. All ybu need de Is te add milk, either fresh or con densed, nnd sugar, und bell for three minutes. Pour It Inte a meld and ufter It has cooled jeu have n firm, smooth meld of il(.. cleus dessert chocolate, rose va nllln, orange, lemon In fun, whatever you llku best, for Pinldiiic cinnes In u number of tlavera." t, ".l ? " m.ln'1 te ,ry if u"d let Hetty have her pnrty after ull," said Mrs. Ferd. "Ah u matter of fnct." suggested her friend." you could hnve some home-made Ice ercnui. Puddlne makes Ice crenm as smooth as vel vet. And net only that, but for cakes nnd pies Pmldiue makes u wonderful filling." Hume time later the two friend met. "j'vn been waiting te cull jeu up, exclaimed Mrs. Ferd "Puddlne Is wonderful. I ,nil the party for Uettj. and I don't knew tl'liuli I iinrt Li.. ..Ln.l ......... ,., r.vu iiiiiurcn enjevl iiiiythlng as miieh ns they did that i Puddlne. I hnd enough left ver I inr nupiiT mat nigut, and Helm bald he had never tasted such deli', cleus dessert." Order some Fuddlpe with today's ereeeries ! Adr. I t mmmm iw i 1'iiiiji i u iii 11 urn V , - x "i 1900" eucrffc UiONERS A Ii" 1 CHAS. W. EMERY & SONS, 1304 Diamond St. - " "r- bread-and-milk are breakfast necessities Start the day right. crcum toast made from a glass or two of milk give you vigor that lasts Let's Net Let Economy Ge Toe Far Let's learn the difference between spending and investing. Let's tell the Gninadny man we're ready te try his "washer, ironer or cleaner free. 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