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., .ft V.JS Nt" &1?5 f".i t i1J wm 5OB lit. . r iui Mil:'.. ir ' Ik? 12 Mi-1 EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, , MONDAY, - JUNE ,12, 1922 rv& mj, m ? RJM. J f i- l'fc" 1 j V; Ti 1 ! 7 e.tf iMlSheuld Yeu Return fSW Ah WinifreJ Hr,r ' "I," rr r BAA "70U were CBZnged. ? '" 'lp Pnve .veu henls n,1'l f"rs nnd ftftk' iandy nml Powers. , ft.OtLl..v , . mli.i ft,it.nirnmer R8KB: IN broken. tlll'OUgll no r.ipeclnl fault of ours rather, ns i the result of your mul jour levers growing apart. It nil 0-.,,in,.iiv .. .i i fnh ''.-..m'1,'' '"-"I without bitterness or tragedy oral i I It n in obligation en jour inrt te send mk till thes,. (ifix m which M'cre elTered Ir'yf&'aaaaaaaSaW Fv t BaaB-' BBfetaaaa I 51 i 1BBBBBB - $m free!? In the time ""'er 111:111 n: (lie time he nml ulie de of le've. im ptin. eidel te iibniideii nil timuelits nf mnrri Hari'kh coeli:y Ions of affection? ' An cnRiittcniPii: rln; Is n different matter. I have hnewn of RirN who re- fnted te return n dlnmend rins of rar" tbiuc, nnu even Kins who turnip a point ' ' nnimi'-r, nanus umi cuivnii f fPttliiR engesvd te inen In order te eyrT n period of two sears. Ner were gwft rings. ' they expensive. Thp only enp of nny That, of ceur-e. is maple dlshenestv. ' vnl' w a " of fur. She had pro pre The rliiR is a symbol of n premise te , tptl nsalnst tlie.se, as extrnvmjant, but wed, of fldelitv. and n pletlcu for the 1 ,It "n,l Insisted. She hnd "loved" them flture. Nnturnlly. if the bend Is broken 'nn(' ell,v worn them oeensienally. when an1 nil ntnnu niten. lining ! u .ni,. .,,,, "dresspil tin." en decency te kivc up the pledge. But the ,'iftH tlint were spattered ever .period of years, merely ns little trail- lent tokens of nffeetlen. are the mcr' perrannent In Intent tlian ere "(lowers and enndy? At,imnt.i.i t riBIOlSiA, when troth is broken, V girls de net try te return randy nd flowers. They are alnie-t forRetteii. or reeallpd only a.s pleasnnt evenitiRs at theatres are recalled . The man does net .. .,,...,.., .. way, iiive me uiick my newcrs, or m, iiive me duck my newcrs, er: 'Buy some theatre tickets, the pqulva- lent in price te the money I spent en j MM ' i "Bu lent 7u- . .. I Ate mere costly girts, then, en a par . srlth these ephemeral ones? Iterent'y ; yeunc man was talking te me verv earnestly en this subject. He hnd had long and ngrecable love affair with ! Cirl whom I knew. They had esifeeted some time te marry, but never had ?et Paul and Virginia elejw Is Leve Ever Sensible? f mIIE troubles of some people." .A tli;hpfl A'irclnl.l with mncL' Knlpm. alty. "What 1I0 von menu the troubles' of some . people? be "Myrtle Stene, Ii mean. I met lier down town this afternoon nnd. honestly. Paul.' the way that girl raves about her husband would m.ike a minnnij , smile. She's e sen- tlmentnlly mad about him and they've been , ninrrlei! tun v i 11 r s . And Phil Stene in't exactly what you I t tnight call n great sncces in life." , raul frowned absently. '"What has that te de with it? I'm Jlttle surprised by your taking that attitude. Virginia. While it adds te the attractiveness of the grand old " rmfe 4w39 v game of marriage te have plenty of money, anil nil the tilings that money will buy, sti'l one doesn't measure mar lied happiness by that stuff, de ou think?" jfi 'He was s,, naively solemn about it w that Virginia could net suunri-ss tin. amile that came. 'Paul, den t be shocked at me! I'm the last 'one te say that there can be JlIe Iee when there is small hiaterl.il aujrccas, but I mentioned Myrtle because lie can't semi m understand that by .-boasting nbeiit Phil and his alleged tnl ents, nnd all that sort of thin;:, she is spoiling him . ye. she even makes it harder 'for flic peer chap te get en at n." Paul wrinkled a Thoughtful brew. '"I don't knew a that kind of people cin help i' " "What kind of people, dear':" "People who ale madly In loe with each ether when all the world enn leek oil and see that the affair is nil wrong Recording te modem ns of thinking 'There's Hiilmnn, ou knew." "Oh, that man isn't -ane," retorted Virginia ipikkly. The Weman's Exchange Automobile Grease W the CMer u! lfemtin j Pane itDenr Madam Hew de you pet auto- &nten rriress'-' ' tflEbliS I would advise veu te use . arben tatrachleridu en 'h-e. making iwe .r tnree trcsn nppiitai en.-, it i.tcrs.s.irv Yeu can uet a sulut'eti of th.s at your arug store. , Selling Dells' Clethes 'jDear Mad.im--M fri'-ml and I would like te sell sem- dm! nuttlts petticoat. dresses, sweaters, e-its ami such things We make them and thej are neat und Jiretty. There are about fourteen pirct te'each set I'euld veu awl us by telilm; tvhere we could etrer them for s.u Alse could you suggest ether ways by which school girls could e.iru memy sva.u an: 1 i.et" Teu can take these th.ni?s ou have Jnftdn te iMe Weman's i:elmnL'.- Ill Beuth Savi teeptii -ireet If t, . a-e accepted, tt , will be nl.ueil ,u, .- m m ler you at a small maunls-sieu. Yeu will nlte have 'e p.i a nem'n.il In t .itien fee. K.np.uviiunt lnnu re of it e .inninr Hcrvlc, at 10j; ''hvni stii t. .thou jnsltleiu for s' hoel girls Tltev ar" Very tnucli interested there in gi-:tin things te de fur these who aie st II going te school but want te de some thing In their spare hours IF HATS WHAT lly Hi Ira Decie '.. . Even proelc who wall upon them tvi Pdees at me neine taiiie an iu year . .-..- . i..... ..i .. .. Vl? -r...irt fw.eftulr, itllv reel mil iri-il in I'll l.-' "-- -.-.- :."-.- -T."'". i.iWltmir-pirt"witli a maid In attend- ?.f mltfl, iriieilally at tli a tlmu of tliu ir, wneu 0110 euii-ni-iiio-.si-itseu inn- in.ij' serv 1 t- return nan a uezan Htl obllaatlens. And a dinner, If Hn at nil. should lie served nrenel i In soma houses the hostess Is served K. Ntnen the gueat te ner rigui aim Ian around the table, srrvliu: each feenarcutlve eulrr and ending with "'.'y1 1 iim of 1 lH n. aruest at tne led or tne hornets, a' survival of the old custom VII itulshed or elderly woman auesi nv ,hn fllLlI ivmn Ihprn H n I ter. she la seated te the rlgn hewt and Is served rlrst, the maid IhKj tlag te the right, and ending atJW A man guest of honor f'&l Hh Gift. Cooky iifv m. iui W a date, (.radunllv. p'ltrancementr-. Panic i about, but tie violent niinricK until at; Inst, they liail decide l ti separate mid rcllllllfl enlv eiwllnt friend Perilous If no ntlinr mnn liml lnnliie.1 upon the horizon, this bachelor, net icnlly being aggrieved or jilted, In anv n.rbu, Wn. would have jogged en, with friendly feelings toward tlie girl, nut si, i.rt n .-.,.- InlniitAil aeiH . f i.. ! I.AI. inii'iurn iiuin vcrj toen inter ner urcax with V. U.. nml he was rlmKrlned te i realize mat s 10 wnt, nnnesi v nnu tieen v '" 'v? w't'1 ""' '"'"' man' TTi, r-nrt n .i ,i,i., T-Th rl ,'1) " ""liI"S She litid net thrown him ever In any henrt- '""' waJ "'"' I'1"' "I'1' ''ve" k'i'"vn th iur- Hut he wim jealous and iiueein- j frtnll just the iiiiip. Smldenly hi- thoughts turned te Mm clfN he had I beteveil upon her. They were net, " '""fl' Pirt of her wardrobe had j tll0.v beeenie, however, tlmt she felt te. wnrd them ns slit- did toward her' dresses, rmleiibtedly. It never ec- curreil te hop t() return them, after .-he Imd retred te fee the mnn. "0l hew eve-, brooded upon the matter. He was net especially jientirl- 1 , et the theugh: of having M'Ptit ptuislde'-able money en a cirl who wa net te Iwvome his wife prejed upon hie "dud and s.ense of injustice. 1 1 XM ',c n'all and pentemptlble, te "V think of such a trivial matter? Or, 1.. J.. iiiiii a 1 . . 1. .. . 0 was he jiistilled? Was it n thlnir of honesty for her te return what wan given with the belief that she would be ,, wife, or was he pentempMble te give only whin he belipv.-d that the preent would remain In his own tamllj ? Was .she a snifter, or was he a piker? A IIOYT GRANT "I don't agree with you, Virginia. Rut there are net many who would un derstand his ease." "Case: The Idea! I think its shocking the things that peer man's wife makes In in go through. blip, must "ut tie loves ner. murmured 1'nul grave.y. Virginia sniffed, "Of course, she's pretty cttrii vacant, And I have a strong Impression t li n t she nags Hill pretty much of the time. Her bills from the slums, lie e 1 1 s me. are tierce. Peer chap. I don't suppose he would even admit that te me if he didn t have t0 hlivv S0I,M ,,"n,-1 ""t, when he l'nIn,s f11-011'" the third time in a '",nt ' "'"k" a touch he sort of ', ,"v "", '". "" "'"". !n" explaining. ."lL '""V ," '""-ituy w," sug- Rested Virginia, a little coldly. "Ma.xbe. majbe lie is." admitted Paul slowly, "but he's incurable. He admits that ns a manager he is n total failure He will reluetuiitlv admit that his wife Is well, pretty hard te under stand, and her extravaganep nnd er ratic notions have certalnlv let him in "r " let of llanl ''""k. but what can you say te a man who has his excuse? l-.xcuse: sniiTeil irginia im patiently. "Excuse! What excuse can! nc nave.' Paul grinned in a provoking way. "He says simply that he loves her." Virginia pondered this, but his sever ity did net diminish. "Hut one cm be sensible and still be .11 love. ' sie said, tentntivcU. Pnul only shrugged. "I'an't one?" shir demanded. 'One can but here's one that ! e:1"t e:1"t wen't." chuckled Paul ns lie 1,1.. I.-... I i,.. Sometimes as jeu enter a up from the Heur ami s!U her the ' hlsh i.i-ni'fl abeie the tin.; fireplace and ' evicted an absurdlyildish forfeit. ' Tomorrow-It Doesn't Take . M.IIien ! Can Yeu Tell? !' Ii. J. and .1. XV. Itedmer Why Is It Het Just Before a Hailstorm? 1 It is het j'l-'t precisling a hailstorm J" lf """ " "Pn"-" t have ' h-'i'sierm w iti.eut this attendant heat. ' The hotter the a!r is. when the air is full of me.sture, tin greater chance there is for the nun which is about te fall t'i turn into hail. Warm or het a r ' 'is a 'enstaiit tendency te rise, and '.e hotter tin- air the mere quick!) if vill rise. At times when the air is full of moisture and when, for tlmt nasen. am Is about te fall, if this het air rises quickly, as It ulwnjs tries te tin, it naturally strikes the upper and colder stratu of air which contain the rain giving moisture, and the moisture in the air is lendensed. In the operation of condensation, .t i whirled about and forms into lej in the i-hnpe nf our fainillnr hailstones, uhili -uiiiet lines fall te the ground vv.th 1 iiti-'derable feici. The b.iilsteiui doe. im' inal.e the heat, hut it . tl. 11e.1t in lii" ait thai luaues n,. ,.,;,, form into hailstone . When a hall. tone 1. rurmni r 1. i.iinllv found te 1 ensi-t nf a . niriil lllieleiis if ennipaet snevi . slirieiillde-1 bv suei'i'ssive I.'iutn nf pe and snow Hail form- chiefly in i-pring 11ml sum. mer and often accompanies a thunder 'term. It is generally funned In cloud-" which are ut a greater height than the average, and it i. in the uppermost cloud thnt the snewtlnhe nucleus is formed. As this fall- particles of wnter In the clouds lower down, whose tem perature is under the fiee,iug point attain tneit..e:ves te tin nucleus nnd .1 I.e. eines an !... eevereil hull or 1 one vv II I'll si ihi-. ill'- i-lllll Tem rrM What Is l'a:nt .Made Of? Popular Willi Many Uiliben Is certnlnlj no vvali-llewer . (ere , Juay b considered the died back umntig the trimmings this season. Mnnv . , .1 -. ,u?, ,- ,i,.ii-i.,...i nit), i. , i. ground of the room. alone, and especially is this true among the various shades, both light and dark, of Canten crepe or chiffon. The ribbon is of the narrow laffetu sort, and inny outline the neck and sleeves, and then dreit frm the neck line te where It Is fastened under with the hem, In 11 ucopsNien of loops, with Parisian in- Huenee. corded bands Iiiivp nlse become piipiilur. A fuscinatlug wrnji that Is inude or lilr.ck siiln aecijits corded touches of white broadcloth, and tin-" cerdlngH are even seen en millluci-.v. The Right Touch A becoming hut seen recently en nn attractive lady was made of white taf- fpta, tlie prewn being Inld in slight folds. I'nen the sllehtlv droenlnir hrim was the miiilutPHt trimming, nnnliiiiied circles of ratine, in pinks, paic green and blllO. TllCSO were JUVt eneillfh te give, the hat a claim te Individuality, A COOL SUBSTITUTE i?-V ?kf m $ -s?iaaaaf BaHHaaHHfiBBBBBWaBBBl Ifel $WWW ''-A" VbbbbbbbbbSbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbH (.(, - 5;1 ;',; ,.yy t, '.VV' .BBBBBBBBBBkBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB KAVAl'l'li' .r,v:-3; VbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV K P;h v ii W- ' .. 'X' V'Ki bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV '; txO'k.";'.f -' v:w, .,. .?':' bbbbbbbbbbbbbibbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI a ':1k - if - v'4vV-'W':L,bbbMbbbbbbbbbIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb1 r Vhii'y?' - 'Cf'1 n- v4 ' ''i ''',': JIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV l;v:'':'--;:;;:4:;: ' , ' '-yy LHLLHbLbbbbbbbbbH tS; -A.;..i--;-X. , 's !'?' wIBBBBBBBBrBBBBBBBBHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl W- '' :'r - i'f. 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The cape Itself might be called a substitute for these of heavier materials, since ltJs made of the same exquisite orchid net ns the dress It is worn with. And really, en a wnrm evening, whnt could be mere comfortable than te slip en this light thing when some kind of wrap must lie worn? Te return te the ribbon, it Rives the appearance of adorably fluffy feathers as It lies en the cellar. The girdle of the frock proves that It Is closely allied with its friend, the cape, by being of the same looped ribbon, nnd there nlse are band ings of It around the middle of the cape and of the skirt. Just the right finish is given te this lovely costume when n georgette crepe hat Is worn with It, the material being of a soft pinkness with orchid taffeta stream ers that make It harmonize perfectly ' A Weman's Seft, Sweet Voice Can Sound as Ugly as a Creaking Frog When She Allows It te Get Shrill and Harsh in Order te Make It Heard Above the Neise of Other Clacking Tongues THKY w-ere talking In the necessarily loud tones that you have te use when you are en n hurrying train. The conver'atien was se fast nnd furious thnt they didn't realize nt all that the train was nppreachlng a sta tion. And se It happened that one of them, the shriller, louder of the two. failed te lower her tones In the least and "henied out a remark at the top of her lungs. J Of pour"" veu'vp been through it. and veu knew that sickening embarrassment which Meals ever joy when jeu get cnucht this way. That terrible silence which hns se suddenly fallen ever the shrieking ear ful of people ! And these amused stares nnd smiles which Invariably fellow your mortifying shout. But did you ever notice hew manj women there arc whee habitual tone Is this noisy one which brings se much humiliation with it at times': . THEY make no upolegy for it. seem, indeed, net te be aware of It in the ball " IU wl,ll,,'h noting of women is te be h!'hL l,f 0T'lpr ''"T n.et 'et 'T" tnll';l1' , be "'" TlZlT ?:, 1,,rris)!;i:;dj;;nrnHjy,,te,ait('rl,1B liku "-KPlm-cr nothing, i.f. iviermn. even : the shrill tones, nasal, 1 harsh, sound as if a sawmill had loes- ,,'",1 "" Its ,M,lth and hud gene en work lug regaruiess. The meeting i called te order by some one with a pleasant musical voice, ami at wirleus times during the pre-i-eeihi.es ether women stand up and talk In quiet tones that sound ns if they ami' ti 0111 a woman wnu a ueart ami mind. Hilt let an argument start, or lei THE HOME . GOOD TASTE v- 1 What Walls Are ,'..,. ' , , ,. .. N nils are mere Uinn merely the sides of a room. They form the setting within whicli one composes or arranges the furnibhlllS of the room Fuuiisli- '1 ,l,,l npaied te paint- ing a room may be com lug a picture, only one wents with tan Bible, fcelld objects, Instead e weik.ng with paints en a tint suitaci. xnc waiih, iileny with the Heet and ceiling, then- , Hut npart from doing duly as the ( - fixed background of the loom, the vnllb 1 hne a further Important quality. , Whether painted or papered, they arc or ought te be either n decoration In I themselves or else merely n background for the pictures hung upon them and 1 the furnituie placed against tncm. A wall covered with 11 consplciieu.1 pattern is really a ticcoruuen in iisen and slieir.il ue treated as tuicii, I'lctiirei vll net leek well against it. They will be swallewid up, se tu speak, and the icncrul effect will be confused. Oa the oilier hand, a wall coveted with plain paper, or with paper of an incenspicu- . . ". l"it pattern, will play uj. the pic ' tures nnd tlie furniture und niake tnci appear te advantage. A wall cannot b both decoration and background ul once successfully. It ought te be altogether I one thins or the ether. 1 In tl. nhnvn nletinn hnth trentmentl are shown. , ''Wl4awHaalHi,,'4A Twrr8W,Wl4nr Uuttflnn" FOR SUMMER FURS two or mere begin a sentence nt the same moment, nnd the sounds that will once mere rise from tiiese white deli cate threats would make a pair of starlings creaking outside the window, seem like weed thrushes! F rOT'KSE It's understandable In a V way. A woman's voice doesn't carry, as a mini's doe. ever a nel-e. and when n number of them get te talking nt moo. a light tone is lest. Women never 'seem te learn te place their voices se that they will penetrate n noise without getting them se high and shrill that they are ugly. But that ugly tone could be avoided by net trying te rise nbevp the dls ttirbanee, or else by keeping the general conversation low-toned. The talk at nnv rate Is tisnnllv nhmit things like. "Well, mine was georgette ' V ' lr ' . t0 ,,lu ")lne ntl" wlth ' bivnuse there was a hole in the front. "ou loop It ever and held ,m' thread like this eh, I eun't show J.7r "!',eVn . '"X !? i' seen as I put them en. my rings, jeu -. . ... - .... .'UliV IVUi III KlIMVV IMltf.ll tlll.tr li'ln.n T !... U.." 1 . ,, , nir u ,K,lt something." -'' ""h. it's a perfect beautv; just a fuInTdS! E "fe", 1 " , f ... . Yui, nave te taia, 01 course, there wouldn't be much fun In life If you Miuldn't. Hut it isn't necessary te have every silly little world standing out above ever) ether silv little word thut ever) -body elc Is saying, it nees make such 11 hnrsli, ugly, denf- eiiing seuim. And it gives such a dreadful Itnpre -ion of tlie tnl Iters. Adventures With a Purse TF Y0L"1U3 smart enough te knit 1 j our own swcutei-H, tlmt jirebably in.iins nine jeu nave mniie quite a (.uItP tilc bnme. number of various colors and cembiiui- ' . ,. , , , , ,. tiens of designs. Willi wliite shirts, ' AMu for l'vlnB an oppertunit te the colored sweaters, or even white 1 Ueep close tabs en n person's dispesi- ones are awfull.i smart, and in warm ,lfm and temperament, de you knew weather frequently worn without ;. ., , ,,,, . blouse underneath. Thnt menus a need!'10"' ,t0 B'u,sc ,lls ablllly ,0 cencP"- for cellars and cuffs. 1 have seen emc tr'e-' . . L , , which are hand-iuadp und urc iierl'cctlv Jl11' '' in te observe the shape of lovely. One set in particular was made lll '"''"I- If " ,s unusually well de- of laiender linen and eiubreideicd In sloped In the upper beck pint, the purple silk with a design about the ' chances nre that lie has geed pevveis idgu, Tlie set is made te elder, of the 1 of concentration. tmcst of linen, and tlie cellar can be Hut n better method of gauging these mt square, round. "V." or te go with powers, perhaps, lies in his liandwrit- a l'etcr 1'un sweater. One girl I knew ing. ordered Ave different sets te go with If It Is very small you knew that he her live sweaters. They are piiced at l.iw well-develepeil powers of ceucen- $-.50 the set. tratlen, nnd in nddltlen that you are dealing with a portion of extruurdlnar.v Of course you nre Interested in mental attainments, the sort of man white skirts, we nil are these days, and I personally urn in need et some, se !mv(. 1(,.pt ,nv b,,P,.ii weather eye en the lookout for neiiic. in n shop in wuicn 1 iiaiipeueu 10 pause, j was ,ll,",w," h'l'l'"' .'' , w'tlte lleines,n w,i-pi' Is My-T '"V'T " ,1';' '""I nn,r, n jiud. A yard Is sulhcient te uiiikc it suirt. nml ir y 1 eanne; maKe t jeurselt Ihe simp Wl.l give Jim the iiinilii Mini (iflil iiik. . ii till Mivfltlll tl till K tl IIMIIt "" 'I l" lllll.l clever 111)(j rt ustiiiiibli tailei. Fer nmf nf slietm inlrtrfi Weman's Put , Tfiniorrou Tfinierrou Tfiniorreu Killtor or phenr Wulnut 3000 or Mala J01 'u"""iw bctvvtrn the linum of U und S. MORE Rnnw&?VniIIMdllfflMll HiliVJHwial HHE ' BHaSai ill i fltirtB-KlanrBfill SI .Steflt PPff J&aaHUtniK I i The alphabet In press-Btltcli will be given In full by means of Install ments euch week en this page. A, H, 0 nml D appeared en Thursday, June 8. If you want te mnkc a collection of these designs te use for your llnena, and did het cut out the flratnatnllmejit,- you pan get (he It Is caper from the Clrctrutipn ncpnvtir.p H . ' Lcdger4Iulldln)r..U0i paper from tlie circtruripn ucpnnir.ejtfn mc senma lliwr of th The Unconscious Clce ItUtgcficM in the type of rfrl irAe iDirenfviiiitnti tcittpt writ te hih.t Invr te hn: ll'ini aic rciMn Dirk irnrrrr, he trim te commit nuiridr, nnd f? snrei 6; ht iiuiirdtau, Cnrrii I'hclpn, Carci. bvlkving Clce te he 11 heartless flirt, ttceccd,i in liiccttiiu her. He wins her heart and finally persuades her te run away and marry him. On their leeddlnp: night In order te avenge Dick, he tells her he despises her, but in hii heart of hearts he realises that he does net hate her as he should like te. The Runaway CLKO slept through most of the night, nnd woke just as dawn was break- ling and a gray light was beginning te I Miter into the room. She raised herself en one nrm nnd stared wild-eyed about her. Then her eyes fell 011 her evening dress and realization swept ever her. She must have fainted last night and Carey had carried her in here and left her. He hniin't cared what had heroine of her, for hadn't he told her his reasons for nmrrjliiR her, and didn't she knew just whnt te expect from him in the future? She struggled up Inte n sitting pesl. tien nnd renllred that she felt strangely faint and giddy. Everything began te Mvlm around her, but she resolutely fought bnck the weakness, nnd tried te stand. Fer a moment the bleed reared In her ears and everything turned black, then her head cleared suddenly nnd she begnn te feel better. As 011 let ly ns possible, she unhooked her dress, and slipped out of the things ' she was wearing. She longed for a jbath, but Intuition told her that Carey was sleeping In the next room and i might hear the noise If she turned the wntcr en In the tun. Anil she must j net waken him. She must get nway oeierc lie wekp up. it man t matter where she went for thp prrsent, any- where at all ns long- ns It mennt escape from him ! ,Se rnn her thoughts, as with trembling fingers she put en her street clothes and re-packed her smnll black bag. It wasn't until she was nil ready te leave that she crossed the room and tried the deer that led Inte the hall. It was locked, and the key was net In Please Tell Me What te De & cteihia Te "Bluebird" Teu are doing Just the right thing. Kep en aa If nothing had hnppcned te hurt you. and de net let him see that you care. The kind of friendship that he has for this girl is net the kind that lusts, and If his feeling for you Is sincere, It will outlast the ether. Try te nrrance seme parties te go te the movies or en n p'.cnlc or something of the kind, with ether boys, se that your guest will have a wider field. If you let th? young man severely nlene for a few days, he may begin te realize hew he has been treating you. Lever lan't Her Prince Charming Dear Cynthia Never 'before have I had occasion te write te you for yeui wonderful advice. But I feel ure you will help me aa you have helped ae ,nNewlenr,Cynthla. T am a young lady nearly twenty years old nd J nnk I'm In love, but net sure. I have been celng with a yeunp man for almost n venr. Be has a splendid liosltlen and keeps his mother and small brother. He told me about a month age that he levea me. but. O Cynthia, he would never fill the place of the "Prince Charming" of my girlhood dreams! He Isn't handsome, aa all girls want ttelr prince te be, and yet he Is se kind and heughtful and he really Is noble. I have a car of my own and cvcrythlng :i girl's heart could desire. This young man asked If he mignt taniote Mtaw and then at the last minute called me up and said that his little mother" was 111 and he could net Ian her. My mother tells me that anvman that Is geed te his mother will be geed te his wife. (I) Is that se, ('xmthla? (21 If I really love nlm w I feiKC-t that he Isn't handsome and will I be willing te ste up all 1 hae for II 'T'Waac. dear Cynthia, help me. Oh : please m,ul' 1 His leeks won't worry you In the 1 i.st if veu really care for mm. near 11-011 cannot overlook the fact that 1 ? nn fa Prince Charming, then wait hu s net a 1 rincy j-huiii 11 1 h. .1 Ieiib time before Ha) '""" " " tttenger than that If It Is te law. lut 111,11 t let Ills leeks Interfere with your k'oed opinion of him. cither. Your de- strlptlen of him Bounds as if he would inake a tine husband. Your advantages and his luck of beauty against your lee for him and his goe'd character, which weighs heavier: 'Kitten' Becomes a Serious Thinker Dear Cjnthla Te bay I was thrilled , w.mil be putting It tee mildly when li&id Your Character lljl Uigby Phillips Measuring Concentration Concentration nnd perseverance are ' allied characteristics, yet they are net . or woman who Is cnpable net only of mental concentration, but of plijbl- nil concentration ns well. Such people are aim Inclined te be versatile, self-contained, Milt -develop- 1I1K ,m pt0llti 'n,py ,-,. ,,,,,,-e often t-ilent than talkative. They prefer te 1 listen Tu., llre ,)f, . lenders In the sense' .l,.,, .I,,.. ........ .el,.,, I... ,l.lr (net mul llplenmc.v, but they nre virtually never I of the deiiiliiatiug, aggressive t.vpc. (iuunllng Against the He vengeful LETTERS Kirect Sinner i wSff evidence! Thnt meant that she would have te make her exit through the ether room and for 0 moment her heart sank and she hesitated. HiU l( was only for n moment, then shspickeil up her bngi tip-teed across the room nnd opened the deer that ie into the sit ting room. In a flash she saw thnt Carey was asleep en the couch, and she hastily averted her eyes. Her heart was beat ing In her threat as she crept stealthily past the couch, but she did net leek at him, nnd she had almost reached the deer when she Inadvertently stum bled ever a smnll footstool and dropped her bag, In an Instant Carey wns en his feet coming toward her. Slip caught up the bag In an effort te flee before he eeuld reach her, but It was tee late, she was cornered . Cnrey walkcl te the deer nnd re moved the key from the lock. I hen he turned te her nnd remarked evenly. "If you'll wait till I Ret into my clothes, I'll go with you. e're lenv lug the city this morning, anyway. Without another word, he turned en his heel and left her te her own de vices, nnd the first thing she did was te sit down nnd burst Inte tears. With these tears Clce cried nwny her girlhood, for when her spasmodic sob bing finallv censed, she had become n weuinn. She made a sudden fierce res olution never iignln te give way te wenkness. Ter the lirt tunc slip de teriittnedly faced the facts as Carey had given them te her. I.nst night ',ier mental processes had been stunneil bv the shock, but new she forced her self te leek nt the situation fairly and snunrclv. nnd slowly It dawned upon t,. i,n' nWiinntrh It would take ceur- Jncp te stay and fapp things, that was, nfter nil, the one tiling 10 no. -nlng nwnv from the situation would net help mntters In nny wny. It would net de away with the fact that she was married te him. and suddenly she renllzed that her effort te escape hnd been ehlldlsh, If slip had supceeded. the news of surh n thing would have brought untold misery te her mother nnd father, and whatever happened they must never suspect the truth. Tomorrow The Werm Turns I read "Weman-Harer's" letter agea age, re I'll say I was excruciatingly put out I want te talk te him. "Weman-Hater," cruel sir, I fell com pletely off the chair when I read your document. I Just forget It new, but one sentence etands out clearly In my mind. Yeu said or mennt something lOXe this: ''Ne sensible man wreuld marry a dapper." Imagine 1 tf you don't knew new, I'll have te tell you. Ne sensible flapper thinks of marriage. Don't you knew, tee, that she recognizes the fact that It's tee serious a problem for one se young? That she thlnka mere of geed times? That she delights In freedom? That she likes mere than one admirer? Se the conclusion is, no flapper would marry a sensible man. When It Is time te marry, she won't be a flapper, but a demure bit of mvcet. ncss that our scnslble men want. That'a all ; may you live happy ever after. Friends, countrymen, noblemen, lend me your eara. A geed many of you think that a flapper is Just a flapping geed-for-nothing without a serious thought In her head. Se I'm going te prove that we think seriously nt times. Fer Instance, I'll take for my topic "Divorce." Divorce, you all knew, Is the separa tion of man and wife, giving them the permission te remarry. I hate divorce, but most of all I hate the remarrying part. I'll swear It's nearer te Mormon Mermon Mermen Ism than Its own brother is. Still, even our happily remarried person would ralse his or her eyebrows at a man with mere than one wife. The first wlfe of a man, If she Is living, la the one and only wife. Dees nny one dif fer? I knew no ene would say any thing. Have I expostulated leudlv or has my trying been In vain? Isn't'that the serleusest thought you ever heaid? I have found my Idel te be clav een rtodelph Is divorced. KITTBN. But. "Kitten," aren't you afraid thnt your flapping reputation will be se strongly established "our sensible men" will ba afraid te trust that demure sweetness when you de assume It? Cyn tl.la thinks It would be better te mix In a little of It new, Just te pae the w ay. THE ItOYAI, HONEYMOON I T,h' fu 1 account cf the royal wM , n,.lBnul m be jUpplemt,ntfl ,th in- cresting Incidents of H;h h.meymimn This r,iriiBii m-ws service, inrwly l-v miWi-u ,- blcs. tnnintnlned by the morning Pcblic j Lunulas, "iui.e It n. llaUt." 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