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'CW,1 MT A , v. .-.- ! p EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY,, JUNE 14, 1922 - .rfv.ji- T;v -Me f-.n B 1jV- srr! te jjVXi than -'Xfty much ... uKi' C. .. i ? '''Wtf, iff X 5?ii ' .7 rfK Mfc.7. w .Vi w A 2smj..- n irfv 7T L tf irt'A'i P.K. pcf(i One Marry if Net Eager 'te? Is Winifred Harper Ceeley's Question m h i .n. . yA 1 WINU'itKIJ MAnpEK cejm:t a charming bachelor. Mere twenty years age he was In love wit n a gin. ane refused lit in n lid married another man. In tlie strange whirl of fate, their lives were crossed some jenrs Inter, nml their e 1 1 f r I e n tl shin re newed. She find n profligate h u s hand mid several children. In time, her husband aban doned her. As time went en, the hai'helnr met her often and rendered many wajs. lie ac ker nsslstnnrc in ttianj Helped iier tiring up ner cninircu. She and many acquaintances and the wet Id in general knew nothing of ihelr lifelong friendship. All threugli the years she wns legally married. She hud no especial desire fei a legal divorce. Finally, a time went mi and her children married, she decided she would . divorce her husband, mid did se. BUT time brings ulteut strange and subtle changes. The once ardent eutiu lever had cooled and drifted into the kind and unselfish fiiend! There undoubtedly wan a strong bend between the man and the, woman. They had gene through many experiences together. In times of prosperity he hud been met generous iind had given her many delightful en tirtninmcnts and In ether dujs. when Fete turned the wheel and he felt tem porarily In great straits ("broke." ns the sn.ilng gees) she wits very lenl mid tln lutiglieil and hnd supper of beer end cheese together, clieerfullv. She was a prettj geed pal. but she also was a woiiian-nf-the-world. As long us -.lie was In her fir-t Youth fnd attractiveness she always believed that she could evcntunllj obtain a mic Cessful and prominent husband. If the time eer enme that she wanted one. And se she dallied. last yearned for him as a husband. And they settled the matter. New, he felt III honor bound te marry her, nnd In his surfnee mind he assured himself that he was overwhelmed with joy. Was net this the woman for whom he hnd pined for twenty years? Were net they united In spirit by a thousand ties? Had net they come together many times, nnd shared some of the tame fortunes? Did net he love her children? Had net he re iriAlneil a bachelor for her sake? As suredly. It would be wonderful te be married. Hut deep down in hi subconscious mind he knew that he had no fervent desire te innrry! Thnt youthful eager ness had pessed. Connubial bliss did net appeal te hlmn He was fairly happy and settled In his own life. Just then he met a woman whom he fell In love with! TT 1 JL twe WAS net the puppy love of ent.v-ene. It was net the violent. Irresponsible love of some natures. He was quiet and contained. He did net bent his head against the bars of Fate and bemenn. Hut he was human. This woman was very brilliant and fnsclnutlng. Ale. she was affectionate and mere wonderful than he had ever conceived that woman could be. It come nbeut that she became deeply at tached te him. Their love was mi usual nnd very delightful. As a man of honor he told her of his forthcom ing marriage, and they did net ques tion or dodge the fact. Hut he felt that he .vet was free, and that he would have "etic last fling." He had led a very abstemious and constrained life, nnd this beautiful romance was like a breath of some veuth that he had misled. They did net pretend nnj hjpeeiisv or spenl. of any sundering of Ills lies te the ether woman He never questioned his absolute obligation te curry out his word. Hut they took their joy of evcrjd.i.v companionship without nn. morbid reactions of con science. The Unconscious Sinner By HAZEL DEVO 11ATCIIKLOB Ctce Uidgrfield is the type e pirJ tche utivnniclinisty tctnptu mm te make fore te her. When she refines Dick Wheeler, he trtet te commit suicide, ami m tared hy An ijuatdlan, Vnreu Phelpt. Cnreii. hrHrring Clee In he a henrttcsi flirt, succeeds in meeting her. He trim her heart and finally pFrsuadrs her te run nu-ny and marry him, ln their ucddlny night, in order In avenge Dick, he telh her he rctiftr her, Clen's first thought ii te escape from him, hut irirn hr prevents thnt, she icnlitci that the hravc thlnp te de is te stay and face the facti. THE BLOUSE THATS CONVENIENT H E WAS In n different city from his nnneee. and wrote lier punctiliously nnd even sent her money when she wa- 7 i In straits. Hut his charming Interest In riim.M.x. mrij, jmh; ui-i'iiit'ii nun mil- u. ,.w 0Ve niled Ills lite, 'nils one . . ... , JL might as well take this leul man nnd settle down te old age with n "geed provider." Ne mntter hew we m-i camotlHage. the cold (net remains th.it our matrimonial chances sr- net se numerous nt fort as at twenty. And e, she Indicated te lilm that she at 'low' mid :int but believe that the fiancee had d.illlcd with him all her life, till she decided oil a safe "provider" for de clining .wnrs. Hut she said nothing. Was he wise te go en with a mar- rinse that really was loveless and hel- Thc Honeymoon Journey TT WAS Cerey's idea te take Clee lip j te his enmp in the feet hills of the Adirondack, lie had an almost savage' desire te get her nwny from the city, te he alone with her. and jet whenever lie allowed his thoughts te dwell en this possibility, his heart leaped riotously, and It was dlflicult te concentrate en his reasons for marrying her. Certainly he did net love her. II" told himself ever and ever ncnln thht such a thing was ridiculous. InipesslbN , , and jet he found It impossible te be near i her and at the same time Keep hi-' thoughts sane. That fact wns strangelj disconcerting. In addition te that, her new attitude vaguely dlbturbed him. She termed im pervious te his mocking remarks. It was If she hnd changed subtly since tlie night before nnd had become sud denly n different person. She was net sullen, in fnrt. she teemed quite willing te respond te his remarks Hut ,.Ven though he watched her closely, he could net once surprise i leek in her eyes thnt might give iilm the tiitistactien of linewing that Ills tint had told, and he could net help vvonder vvender inc If. nflcr nil. tin Imrl L-I11...1 U, In I If that were the cese, tlie cords lav In i,- 1.-...1. -...11.- ti i . . . mvi iiMiMii mm up wntiiu is reiiucu the revenge he had dreamed of taking. It was very warm en the train, nnd conversation hnd died away between them. At the ether rnd of' the car :i child's wall rose nbove the clnttcr nnd bang of the wheels en the track. Cnrev turned uncomfortably te leek in the direction of the noise. His nerves were en edge, nnd it seemed as if he com. I net s'nnd It te hear that piercing wall .mother minute. , I lee s eyes followed his and suddenly L swVJw'vS& H m m ' -si li; - $'?&' S-jM H e tuiklng In mound the waist Is necessaiy with this dainty blouse of batiste, with its fine hemstitching nnd lace edging. It carries its girdle with It, and will he seen a great deal this season, both because of its easy wajs and because of its geed leeks. With an organdie hat and summer skirt It makes a charming costume Paul and Virginia hklena heyt grant it Battered. Beloved Treasure Ol' men manage te develop hob- hies and se-called pursuits of pleasure that pjsspth all understand ing, signed v lrgima as Haul buried him- sc f in tlie deep closet in I lie hall, where the odds and ends of tlie Kindest establishment Inn accumulated. "Yeii?" he an swered absently. "The idea. dear, of en going te all this trouble te go off en a fishing trip when jeu knew perfect Iv well yen will never eaten n minnow even VJUUl (SSk icr prettiest She heard him poking around In the, him with depths of the dark closet and sighed gnlii. "Say. j en didn't go and give away hn' ttlt lint. I hope." "What felt hat?" 'int t ' l. 1.1... I r...r....l- lngly. He emerged from the closet with ' f. geed old and. ".,- ", , '. ."' Yeu mutt n't be se silly about tiling like tlmr " "! vat a geed fishing hat," he In-si-ted stubbornly. "I'ju'.l. don't be absurd. It was a perfect fright. And It had a hole in the crown, and the silk Ii I n (1 i u g had gene threadbare, and it had as in a u j colors as .Jeseph's coat." lie ambled moodily into the dining room and sat down at the table w h e r e he ale methodically and with solemn ejes fixed upon his (ilnte. v lrginla tempted W Read Your Cltaracter By Vigby I'hillirs Cheesing a Companion Sometimes elderly spinsters nnd wid ows of means advertise in the papers for companions. Quite naturally they n compassionate little leek crossed her i would want te see nnd tnlk te the up face, and she rote unsteadily te her feet, plicants for the position In any case. ' and made her way down te the ether en I Hut It would be possible by a little of tlie car She was uncomfertnblj con- application of graphology te weed out a scions of the fact that people werejiarge number of undeslreble applicants watching her amusedly, but she kept and se lighten the burden of the Inter resiilutelj en. nnd then finaflj she was view". landing ever the scat where sat a rather of 00urse. the fust step would he te white-faced man trying te quiet a I ,inss judgment en what the upplicnnt screaming child. , lf IPr!.cif ln her letter. Hut be lli? ejes that he raised te ( lee s wen- u,,i thnt point tlie preference should ti hunted expression, but a leek of in- j,p Kiven te the applicant who writes nn tense relief crossed his face as she said artistic. small, round, neat, evenlv v"c,:''-v: . ... snneed hand, who makes her "a." "e" l'erliaps I win quiet him. nnd iisi ,..,.1 ...i" without nulte closing them at It is particularly dcsiranic WHArS WHAT By Helen Decie WwMi 7 INK S ii tern, moth-eaten sweater in his ha and the light of doubtful uneasiness in his eyes. "Henestlv . henej . juu didn't je and threw out that hat the green one. did jeu?" , She laughed with a carelessness that made him writhe "Oh. jeu darlitu old stupid, don't Jtl.ire In thnt ferocious wn at me. Yeu knew I gave tt nwnv last full. I told you. I'en't jeu remember?" lie nctiullj snarled ut her. "Yes. I remember. And I've had that hat five jenrs running. Whj. It takes ail the pleasure out of u fish ing trip tu go along without that hat." Virginia pretended te be abashed. "Gee whiz can't jeu leave niv things aleui?" he demanded "Dearest, jeu arc positively ihlld Ish. Yeu new. dear. I'd net dream of discarding or destreving nnj thing jeu want te keep. I just didn't rcalUe ou trensured that disreputable old hat. pout, but her charms held no magic for htm "Uarlln'. I swear I will never threw away another thing of jeurs nothing." she premised him humbly. He grunted impolitely. "I wouldn't have taken ten dollars hat " is v irginia s nimeus floating island pudding, but Ins spoon dallied Idly with the 1 Ich jellevv cream and he pat took of the opulent "island" In a desultory manner, lie spoke she held out her arms. With out ii word he handed the biibv te her. and as shr Hftcil tlie child, holding him upright with his head nodding ever iier shoulder, the crlei censed miraculously. "I'm taking him up te hU mother." the man explained nerveuslj. 'T had a nurse, but this morning she Was taken te tlie hospital and I couldn't get any one at the last minute. I can't teil jeii hew much I npreclnie tiiis. Women have a knack with children, and I as beginning te get desperate. I felt that every one In the car was consigning me te the devil." And he laughed. Clee smiled back at Mm. "Shall I take him for n while? I think he'll go te sleep new, he secnis quite contented with me." And at the man's quick "If jeu would." Clee smiled ami made her way back te her own seat. Carey's face was set like granite. The sight of Clee with n child in her arms stirred him s'rangeiy, and man the Ien. Mint her letters should show a slight In erenj In size toward the end of the An Iowa correspondent asks: "What Is tlie light thing te de In case of an an neuucltiK a secret marriage, which took Place inree months age: tiie Drum S. IV secret innrrlngu scandal-mongers sometimes nf- an opportunity word and thnt the lines should lie , i' - i...,. ",,,,... u" "i,, ,, " ,,', n . . . .!.. .. lill""-" -- D -n --.- -. .-..,.. utiinwiax straight ami even, or miuiu.ih u unit: i tunt time. If the announcements are Upward. Why? , published In tlie paper, Mieuld the date vii ilm.n ililniTR Indicate, in the erder1 " Riven mentioned, straightforwardness nml I ford, modesty, a goon iiiiuu. .in.-.. ..u....v, rcr malicious gossip. Thoughtless young coninieii sense and judgment, frankness, people ,i0 I10t realize the embarrassing Diiscieiilleusness nnd .telf-cenlider.ee I consequences when they arc in a mood s " .. ... ...... ... . It. i.ftnet.ljl. 1 . Inl.n ... 1.. ... .. -I ...I .... nnd nn even disposition or opium' in. '; . .."..... .j jm" 'J " iijaincu hu- UIIU mi ...it ... i ,(l.nelli In fntYillv !l.rl f.le.wlu 1 ... If the said spinster or wiuewwauis,,-, - - .-- , '. en the elopers, who are obliged nt Inst tc announce the secret marriage. The announcements should be sent out In the name of the htldc's parents. Net only the date, but the nlnce of the wed. dlmr should be named. If engraved an n pradhr.l. thoughtful companion s should leek for vertical writing; If si he e wants one meie svmpailienc una im pulsive she should leek for angulnr writing It should be remembered, of course, , I neunccments nre sent te all iicqunlnt- "Stiielv, dear, von will enjej jour- like he resented the fact that every one self with veur friends, and mnjlie jeu t In the enr was watching them. will iiiteh some big fis, this time." I Hetween narreuei lids. he watched siiffcestc-d Yircinia encnurnsinelv. de- i Clee's slim hand as she seethed the baby termmed te re-eslablisli the usual de iiii'stic felicity. Hut he only shook his head despond ently. "Ne chance of any luck new with out my old fishing hut." Vlrglnln latighrii nervously as she cleared away, and he ictiirned te tlie depths of the big closet te search for ether treasure. And that night as he turned off the electric light he muttered: "(ice whiz. Virginia. I wish I knew where 1 could locate that old hat." Tomorrow Warranted Extravagance with rhvthmleal pa's. She held the lit tie bedj with a practiced ease tlin seemed te Caiej marvelous, nnd as he watihed her, the sun caught the facets of tl.e diamond en her finger, and liN i eve- rested suddenly en the slender platinum band just above it. At tlie sight of it a pnin tore suddenly at his hturl nml lie turned his eyes away. Tomorrow Jealousy .l.. llmrn U IIO rule Of ClUlMCtCrOIOgV which In itself Is KM) per cent depend able, but this one should be about DO per cent. Tomorrow Picking Originality Save Them and Use Them The small tin boxes that certain kind0 of enables come in need net be thrown away, because they make the nicest h.-iirtiin holder') imaginable. i ncv antes, it Is net necessary te miblish notices In the paper, but. If this is done, it is nil-Important tnat the exact date should be printed. Please Tell Me What te De By CYNTHIA The Beys Are Toe Baihful I3enr Cynthia Your column Is worth while taking up your llttle spce ln " paper. We think It Is wonderful. We read It every night when we get time. We think some of the questions you Kct are slniple and some nre very geed nnu ours may be silly, but It is very im portant. , ...i. We are both sktcen and are cousins. New, Cynthia, here la the question. We knew some very nice boys who nre tee Imshful te nsk us out te a movie or a show or te parties. It Ii net ho he causo they haven't iret the menej, be cause they have. Se Is It proper te ask them te go with us te n. show or mevlei or would they tnke It as a nnu for them te take us? It isn't because they don't like us, because they said 'V0 "have Just come te Philadelphia for a short tlme te live and have known the bejs for a very short time. They nre very geed-looking and cy nay we nre, tee. And we Rheiild like te lenew what you have te X """"W"0 matter. TWO FANS. Whv don't you ask them te come see you n't your home seme lime? When veu get te knew them better they will feci less shy about asking ou out. Likes the Modern American Girl I-lear Cynthia After reading the nrtlcle published In the Kvrnine i;bi.ic I.kdeeii by Jehn Smith I wei'l'J. lke J" add a few points. If a girl believes n having her hair bobbed, smoking, using rouge nnd powder nnd wearing short skirts that Is up te the girl. The treuble with most of our men nevvadays Is that they carry their Ideas te ex tremes. Mr. Trlnceten Graduate, I con gratulate you en complimenting your sister. Thnt Is the way every young man should tnlk. Instead of being se much concerned ever mere trifles. Most of the men of today base their decisions en one jrirl. If they see a girl that lias an extremely short skirt, uiwy blonde, bobbed hair and very untidy, quite a let of rouge and a china nose, that is sup posed te he "the modern girl This Is wrong. She Is only one. It Is up te the girl te de as she cheeses. Yen niiv be very much surprised by the stand I have taken when 1 tell you I am a blonde (net bleached), five feet seven, and nineteen. I de net use rouge and can still beast of having long tresses, while I favor bobbed hair for most people, but would net desire It for myself. However, I de believe in short skirts nnd using powder medcratelj'. I think I am as much of a modern Ameri can girl as the ethers, although we all have our own Ideas. Cslng Jehn Smith's werds: "Here's te the modern American girl : I like her." LILLIAN. Says She Isn't Small at All Pear Cynthia Will jeu kindly pub lish this letter for the beneflt of "France"? Please de net think, Cyn thia, that I am trying te monopolize veur column, hut, belng nn American, I defend myself nnd what I think. Te "France" First of nil. I'll have you understand that I nm net small neither mentally nor physically se that Is one mlstuke veu bnve nimle. Vel! Ii.irl bet- I ter consult Webster en the word "man I ners " When one Insults American girls (as "t. 11." ciici in speauing as he ellcl about "Pliilly" girls). I rise te defend them. I expressed my opinion, which (I have learned from experience) is the opinion of the average American girl. If I nm "outspoken" and you de net consider that manncrlj1 I'm sorry for j'eu. id much rather hear one express oneself that way than any ether. Ai jeu Knew, the truth "cuts" some people. De net trouble yourself "hoping" about my husband. I already have one who meets all my requirements In every respect. I de net consider him faultless, for there isn't any such hu man. I knew wjiat kind of husband the average American girl wants. Anv one endowed with ordinary power of ob servation and reasoning knows thar. Listen. "France," I'm bread-minded enough te be able te "take a tip," even from inferiors, but rofune te tnke yours I've already learned much (perhaps mere than jeu) nbeut "sarcasm." When people fling it nt me (as "T. H." did te American girls I am one and veu di rectly at me.) I return said "sar casm" I can be kind te people who de net deserve kindness but I dravy the line en sarcastic ones, and flre back. imsii i;vi:s from ohie. The Mether Who Insists Upen Having Her Daughter Trainti V, Along the Lines That She Has Always Been Interested In Her. self Often Wastes Time if the Child Has Net the Talent T JU8X love te cook," said the rx 1 uprt en the subject. "Whenever I have n hnlf hour te myself with nobody around ie bother me, I go Inte the kitchen nnd try something new thnt T hnven't mnde before." Te some of us thnt seems like un necessary sclf-lnfllctcd punishment. (Ie Inte n kitchen when jeu den t have te? Cook something when It doesn't have te be done for a meat or nnyining line Hint? Why. It would he lust ss foolish and drendful ah te sit In the sun en n lint day when there was plenty of shndc ta sit in. Hut ihc expert cook loves it, just ns you leve ie sew and knit, nnd jour neighbor loves te piny her plnne nt any hour of the day. Her own dnughter Is nn expert, tee, but net In cooking. She doesn't care anything about it. Her talents were entirely different nnd after she left school she took n business course nnd new has a respon sible position with n large concern, superintending a roomful of girls. Wl HAT n wise mother she had! Se many mothers compel their thing daughters in tnke up the same t lint they nre interested in. Or else make them de something thnt they have always longed te de them selves and have never hnd the tnlcnt for. That peer little tene-denf child, for exninpic, who is trjlng tn leurn te sing. She'll never be nble te de It; she cannot tell one tone from another and the music mentis nothing te her. If she ever docs learjj Ie sing at nil, she will merely bore her mother's friends being invited te sing for them until she is grown up, and then thank fully close her lips against song forever. And ns for being Inlrrestcd n ... thing else Insteait-rwhy. hew could I child of hers have any Interest in f Instance, painting nnd drawing? ' Why she never could draw a Mralite line hersejfl ,w Yet there have been nleniv n ... ; luses whose parents could net draw 1 straight line, or play u five-finger m'i errlse, or bell nn egg, or even sign teMr own tinmen. TKAININO alenp specified lines I41 safe for a while, hut when the real tnlcnt thnt will net be denied begin It show Itself, it's time for mother's pUm' nnd henrt's di'slrcs te be put nskJ?1 while all efforts nre bent en bringing e3'4 daughter's gift and developing it In th- "S B UT her mother fancies herself ns a nnrlnr singer, nnd wunts her little girl te have the same pleasure she has aivvnys had she loves music se. The little girl would rather read than sing, and It Is just possible thnt there Is a love of literature in her somewhere thnt might amount tn something if it were given 11 chance te develop. It will come out later, however. Yeu can't keep a geed talent under : if it's there it will show itself some time. Hut what a nltv te wnste all that time which might be devoted te finding nut what the ciijhl has, in trying te truin her in n way for which she has no tastn and In which she can never be successful. A mother's plans are always for Ihc geed of her chiid nnd for her happiness, but sometimes she Is blinded by her own prejudice for the art which she loves. She cannot quite understand hew any one could net love It. best possible way. Of Creamy Net i De you want n cool, crcnm-colerM frock te dunce In this summer? Ail' arc jeu willing te tnke nuitn a,.: trouble te make It enchnntinu? Ti,i? hnrk ye! It should be of fine net, till reiind-tieeked vvnist being composed 0? row upon row of narrow ecru !. ' There are very short sleeves of Ibli' tee, nnd the skirt is a wonder of ul ness. It Is tun de with llie nnlic..i - pieces that form a rose -petal effcet ? Narrow ribbons of nnle nink nml u. wider form the girdle. You'll love tli dress it's surely Werth the pntlcnci1 it tones te make it. PUDDINE desserts taste se geed and cost te little Think wlmt n delicious, cream nourishing deairrt thU mnkrnt xki four tabltspoenfuts of Vuddlne, ttml quantity nf migar nnd cine quart ( vvert milk. Mix nil tnirctlitr, put n slew fire nnd stir continually until It lias thickened nnd boiled three min ute. I'eur Inte it dish or meld and sett In n cool plere for an hour. Srr with snure or crenm. At All Grocer, 10c, 15c Vrult I'mltllne t'c, Baltimore, Sid. -Jfe Safe Milk Fer Infants & Innlids NO COOKING Tb "Feed-Drink" for AU Age Quick Luach at Hern, Office, Fountains. 4a for HORUCICS.' Avoid hutatieM -Nabibtuiu drnrniw r 9 f SOT. V iriniiiiiiiHiKJ'i reffjil" 'an xama HOW TO REDUCE YOUR ANKLES Adventures With Purse TTERK'S seini thins XI se rIes, 1 would be er much obliged if nn could suiest h&methlnK t" make 1 the kIess come back apain I also wish 1 , H ANTOINETTE DONNTXIA' He'foie even beginning, I warn the doubled in this regard that reilue ing nnkles is no easy job. 1 cm have .lr. t.-,r tlin llfliln 1 W1K "'" tullls ii.ii.iv .ihuin . ..i.'" ""'.., ,..,, , (iM mUCU Ol 11 Illlll II tNe for the inlde. 1 () iin, u for the Blmcs el, sent ' .,' "V '. ' . .l , nn.l faithful- something verj special. Hut it I and for the help you gave nm en the " "'"" .,? r nm lll)0iit te would make ,,e heart of every olnZZitc"7W'ren recommend Net before four ,1M fill with delight were she te possess a tne Vhlniness of th materia! Use weeks, including heliilajH. iieij cinjs. i, I.. ..,.! i L..isr ne. and de tie vveru euc ei oeors , SuniltlVH. or ciiciKutu n.iiwn. , u tiiuw. -- -:.'. , ., i.i . .. i - , ... ........ .,i. lrt, ,i.i i nis is cMrcinciy niiirtiiiiiiauc;, ft juu oretehlng lieeci you ci'-i. iu.v.-v,iim- Docler Evans Says: 'Watch Baby's Diet" Teller is tlie nursery nam" for I lie skin diseases which cause crusts en the scnlps and cheeks of babies, i'nder- nnnll. .!.. .l. .1... . ' Aj i ;;,lJ n, n thin hmp """ ""-' ,,,,MS "" M" 1S lP'"- u tiny design painted en them. Yeu ehnppcd and often weepy. The phjsl phjsl ceuld have 0110 for large hairpins, one ' i ion would call the co'iditien eczema, for invisibles, ene for safety pins nf j lmt tet(01. ,s t , different sizes, and one for odd buttons. . J " mm ns Natunillv.ihev" should be made se that ! ,,tvem,, ,,!' means just as much and l no jeu can 'tell which is which. mere loosely used. Until we change te J n name thnt fits iet the mother stick te the name slip knows. Tlie old plan was te go in strong for skin washes, lotions and salves. Xiivv we nre coming te knew hew te cure tetter in babies. It is all right te con tinue using n salve lecnllj, but that Is a help rulher than n cure. Tlie trouble comes fiem some error You'll taste the difference! asce Coffee 29 ic lb Sold only in our Stores iciiiMiuiMiiiiiitiiiiMiimiiuiiiiiMmiapjM Us set of this new underwear. It t of the finest of handkerchief linen, the two shades I've seen being blue nnd orange, and roiiews nieng tee men en the linen handkerchiefs the giris have all been milking Threads are pulled and blnck threads drawn thieugh, and. tiny pink and blue rosebuds are em broidered where the blnck tin ends cress and form a desisn. They come in sets, , a chemise and nightie, or can be bought individually, l'erliaps thev are just a Pit mere etncnslve. but then they nre Just a bit mere lovely. A bedv just can't have tee many sweaters in these dajs of white skirts, i and brlsht -colored ones nre being seen I everywhere this season. As a matter of fact, the brighter thej are the better the wearer is pleased, apparently. And silk Bvventers are ulwejs itist a hit mere dressy, but usualb a hit tee costly te , permit purchasing one, along with tlie many ether thlnss sittiimcr requires. But one of the shops lias a specially I priced sweater which inn be hnd in n Nile green or old rose. A tiny figure is worked Inte the silk, which serves ns , quite nn improvement. Theie is u "V" neck, long sleeves, and It slips ever the1 head nnd is caught in at tlie waist with irdle of the bllK. I.eceuse only e tew must, be uslnff It. fore. very careful when you nre I'm se glad I helped jeu be- THE HOME IX GOOD TASTE ;Hiisw::.i;. Hill' '' ' '.' - i- : IBBBBBBBBBBBBBBM j4f If Pi Nv, the rush r name"" nf ieps iiddrras Weman'a Pate , no ether place can be found ttmttn Ibe heura of 0 nnd S. llfferenee. Then every ween niier huh tliere will be ndded unprevemeni. i cannot gunrantee any stated numb"r of inches reduction In any given tune, because that is entirely up te veu and' depends upon the vim nnd vigor with which -veu tuckle the slenderizing job. I Irst. let me call attention te the neeessitv of neat stocking -lug where the nnkle inenhurement.s are out of propor tion by reason of adipose. This country has often been said te have the best shed women In the world. There's reasonable ground, tee, for the proud beast that the women here dtcss from the ground up. Their feet, us a rule are easy te leek ... ill wn here. nH elsewhere, jeu find tlie dll" (ante with the gross ankle encased in "hlte and beige and Ml or stockings when darker colors would s.rvc better. Hut morn important is the adjust ment of the stocking se that tlie seam in the back runs n straight nnd even course, nnd net In a drunken, leellng linn which distorts the shapeliest of 1'(te;,Xrnl.,heS;hlf,...g of, he weight tluit presses upon jour spirits nnd upon , veur nnKies: , ' First. Suspend a pillow In the door way high enough te insure., gen, strc .ii . .. .1... i.. niiiccles when VOU KICK. iiic- i'-h - ----- -,'. ,1 couple 01 ICIM, mum" rst tne rigni ich the left live times I sides the trifling glmcracks for which, llt tnp Hiispended pillow. Adjust tlie ..,i,i ti nu- ns veu nnian-an """ in,' u ' -- Ne. 3 Mantels and Common Sense I The mantel-shelf is net a junk-shop, j Unfortunately, the appearance of the tiiantel-sliclf tee often suggests thnt it j Is regarded as a convenient and proper nf them nre left ' thev are sel'ling nt ' spet in which te d. posit everj thing from Stand back " re,",.IJ $4.fl8, sol suggest "going cerlj te avoid piU boxes te family photegiaphs, be- !" I,,nJ'; ' ""J'J, ,,)en , Ak& "Mull " . .. . ,rt 1.. t .. I.I..1- UVt C 1 III hi nispen The Weman's Exchange , ! y i A Motte That Fits 15.? Te"th Editor of Weman's raef lwS. ' ... vceriuni Would veu kindly nrlnt srlLW veiir column a list of class mottoes? ti Vtf.&jr' -- B LL G. fariWSii..,'J.., ..mil,! nnt choesn a better motto milv h Usually the mantel is a prominent van m'' "'",'' .;,., ,,, ferwnril unn feature of the fixed decoration or back- Hm-m . S n g r Bht e. fe r ttnrdnin ground of a room nnd it demands care- os end r Ifcli t unn in ( ful treatment if the room is te leek m"Vmrn,ji;, i,n,i keeiilmr ether leg well. First of all. don't crowd the shelf: touches the haul. k( ng in or i k . ii.iiniir I'nne iiiiiit'iii jinn iint ( Wn "De kind In victory and graceful tn W . T. mi. i ..lit .,n nil v ntitllV tn 'OMI P? keen unnecessary and meaningless ob jects off It. Next, arrange the items of Its decoiatien symmetrically. A mir rer, n picture, or seme etner suuame object as n central feature en tue wail i above the mantel ; a clock or some ether appropriate article in the middle; a This will net only apply te candlestick or vuse nt each end; It the Jy .:. .nvla vnnr cllisa cnKIIKCH Ml UUl IU ninlltpl is nnr. tiosbieiv ivve eincr Slllllll- .;lifevrythln each ene of jeu does. An- . balancing articles between the central 1.'.A li'fftA ti,''Ll K UiXi E-a v nnu flna te use Is! 'Ijoeic up, nnu nei eun, Loek out, and net In, Ieek forward, and rtet back, Land a hand." vlWii.4 a th rd a: "Fdr tney can con- t- i'Ju. uihn liHllsva thv can." T''iiiWr N - CKanlrtJ Will De It riot .W4s' P?"'' . t. , a aaca-ei a bihik Mve Maa lout Ita k'M,"3 "vra niece and the ends such will be u geed and sufhclent arrangement. It Is better te hnve n few fairly large objects than many trifles. Toe many cluttering trifles cause confusion. A simple balanced arrangement satisfies the eye; a mantel decked like an altar in a CbiacM joss-beuse is bewildering. TswpTWW i "Csrtaia Materials" en the ground. Alse keep liedy ireni inclining forward. Repeat with left leg and left arm. Five times each. Third. Stand erect and rn se one leg as far ns possible in backward direction, being careful net in bend trunk. Point the tees of leg backward und down ward, stretched te tee tip. putting U strain en them netuiilly. then swing leg forward and backward five times. Fourth. liaise right thigh and knee until thev nre nt right angles te the body; then kick right feet out sharply, stretching muscles te the tips of thn tees. Flve times. Repeat with left leg. in addition te these excellent twin ers. I urge you te swim. The frog kick, used company wiin me erenst m ww iBPBpi much. The paddling required in the crawl, which is the mere popular pies- . cut method of swiinmins instructnis, I tee, is excellent. i Uen't lake the elevator, rltlier. If' tliere are a number of flights te walk up. Stnir climbing, uhcii none nj pin- i .. . ...I.. .1... t ..I titn Cut ilf.l.t.1 ung enij inf lun-iiuiv "i "it i I in the diet I Tlie cure consists in finding the eirer t mil correcting It. Seme babies hnve It because their mill; eniitnins tee much fnt. If that is the trouble blue milk Is the cure. In ether cases the fault lies with ether ingredi ents of the milk, such ns proteins, , sugars or salts. . Seme babies have it because they aie eating eggs. I The most recent discovery is that I some babies hove tetter for the same rrasnn seme elder people have lives because they arc sensitized te certain feeds which are wholesome Ie ether people. As a rule, when elder neenle have hives they have had the fun of eating the strawberries or ether feeds which cause it. When n baby has tetter it is in cause his mother or his fester mother, the cow, has enten the harmful feed and passed It en ln the milk te the baby. Te paraphrase; The mother eats eggs nnd she puts her hnhj's teeth en edge or. since lie has no teeth, she gives tlie luihy tetter. Tlieie Is a long list nf feeds, such ns eggs nnd chocolate, which have been proved ln'certnin cases te hnve caused tetter In the baby u lit it the mother ale them. I There nre slinnle skin tests uhlnli White Tastykake and Strawberries A dainty dish for het weather. As bummer advances, you discard heavy feeds in favor of .such dainty dishes tnis. White TASTYKAKE 19- mmmnwiiTiiii as BBBBBBsM.--asiBSSSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVs -SSSSSSaaSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSs vfiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV Start today with a capital TEA. Buy the 10-ccnt package of Tetley's Orunge Pekoe. Enough for thirty cups of delicious amber-colored refresh merit for 10c At your arerrr'a alae In quartet pound, hnlf-peund and one pound pnekasea. iiNHMiHrniHumiaiiiiniuiiiHiw fmvrmwg iMwuHuwiinhmniiMiMiHiiiiiiiuiiiumHiiiiiiuiiw TETLEYS Makes geed TEA a certainty nnj phv.sicinn can malic te show the I cuuse of tetter. I As a rule a child with tetter Is sen sitive te several kinds of feed. I Te cure, the feed must be changed. It may be the fend of the child or of the mother or of thn cow. but the change must be In the feed of some one of the three. When the proper chnnge has bcecn made prompt cure is the rule. stroke, has force enough in It te help hem, Walking upstairs will help le reduce the ankles if due in a certain way and allowing n spring te propel you en ie the next step, Is nn aid of grcut value. Itut with the cirrclses I have given you here, dene with energy and pep, ns I havii said before, and done leg ulnrly nud consistently night und morning for six weeks, I would net be afraid te wager a trim pair of ankles peeping out below tBe lengthened wktrt V An Unmual Weman T.ady Jnnc Pnrlhinglnn it a member of the aristocracy, but she, has de cidedly original and even advanced vicirs en political subjects, Hhe plays a vital part in the love story of Andrew Tatlente as well as his progress from n defeated M, I', te the prcmcrship. Tenderness, decision, capacity for deep love mark the wit and strategy she shows in H. Phillips Oppenheim's big ncie nefel "Nobody's Man" BK0W8 TOMORROW , at 127 Seuth Thirteenth Street "All Merchandise Must Ge Regardless of Cost" We Are Rebuilding the Entire Thirteenth Street Shep Owing te the Enormous Increase in Our Volume of Business "Most Extraordinary Values!!'9 Fer Example, Tomorrow 200 Dresses 100 Snorts Suits Values $50 and $65 $25 and $29.75 Values $29.75 te $50 $10 and $19.75 300 Krepe-Knit Tunic or Sweater Blouses Values $13M te $15 $5.95 All Celers and Sizes "Regular Millard Quality" 127 Seuth Thirteenth Street ; ' f 1 tkf G' w S I 0i( W a I tsW S lUIl MTi all jni 1 the fit sUe !. tell P 0 tw rlci ion the k I n tl i fw til de .1 sT te ill pi t tn fe b K.-rW( Vi ,-- AiL, i .' 't. tfflmm$tX'fX SV" s tV s-4 - -if v ' AflSwa p.ijrfiriii ': i l iA'S ' t'ti "? V..-.-'j v) . j nj i h i .r'liii. w. "'. rj .-'vAtww.svc.y "df, -. . vr . b.i M-r..