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'fcl f ,f-V M .CiWV&tili B . "frf XU. i.'. j ., &?; ; xV ifX,&y -v w eW1 Evening public iHlr -' -;'iRSf!R;wKi ' tEDGEK-PHIL'ADELpm' 'ftffiSDAY, tTTLY Urm"-.-". :'f ' - . -.-.tfl . - j -. t I M i ms :'0jettng drls Who "Hate" All Men Are Rather Proud of Their Attitude iUse They Have Acquired It Frem Seme Older Weman, but if They De ISet Drep It They Will Uc Embittered Unnecessarily IxH miitb -One vvei BSJM ether Ir&sabent the rW- "I hntn I'll ABttiiilatfl victims of these girl, who arc. of cotirfe, all cari nml nil Interest,. This te n vtrv wren thliiR te ile, fur It starts n girl out just when she should be free te draw lier own conclusions nml mnke her own discoveries', with opinions formed for her by some one who Is biased by her own unfortunate expe riences'. It in nil very well te nny that a girl should "knew what she's- getting Inte," or It would be, if elie were In uny dan ger of getting into anythlnc. Hut when niif N jut beginning te miet bnvK nml be deeply Interested In them them, jiiKt stnrtlng te have thee friend ships and light tllrtntlnns that are se I'm. co l milch fun and se perfectly iinrnue for ) II" Hli4 replied, giving the hummock i n girl who hns been Riven the right fresh Btnrt with a vigorous push, j lden. It is unkind te she her n feeling 01 (lOUI'I UOOlll H. I . - - I H should she hate "men ieii'iI she lone te hurt That Isn't her theught: It Is something THEY were talking about "men." as they cat lazily swinging In the ham ham Meck gazing out ever the slope of the fawn te the gleaming river beyond. fJl j'One were blue nnd white gingham, pink l'nen. and they were smnp nfft. n men." said Wue Olnehnm, r Bthustastleallr "Thev re all allKc. t Tlnk Linen drew a long hrenth of contentment. "Se de I." slit agreed. Blue Gingham pulled out a hair pin te catch up a dropped stltih. "l just love te hurt men,- sue an ndunced venomously. "It back for what they de." And rink l.lnen beamed. pays They were about eighteen OF COUKSn, they were suffering from extreme nutli at the time, or they wouldn't have taken such bleed- I thirsty de'lght In their drea 1 utter- nnees. Indeed that very same evening when they went te n dance at the hotel near their summer home, lliue (ilnhnin wns j Introduced te a strange "man" of at leaft twenty: and she didn't behave at. nil as if she thought he was Just exactly like all the ether oejh she knew: And Pink I.inen went out en the perrh te leek at the moon with another of the despised species. Just as If she had no desire In the world te hurt him or anything else. tut Blue (tinghnm and I'lnk I.inen ere members of n certain tjpe who somehow or ether nbseilt a disterte 1 Idea of life nnd think It is clever te hatn everything masculine. They nre usuall the ones who cnll boys of from sixteen en "men." SOMEBODY has given them a view point that is prejudiced te start with WH,V slu "' Whv "men' "disillusioned, often talk te young Rlrls, about real and Imagined troubles which men have brought them thnt she has heard an elder woman ny, ami she t lii nkn it sounds smart nnd grown-up. Why. she hasn't had time te begin te hate them. And as far as that's concerned, there's no reason why she should irarn te hate them new or later. If some girls are unfortunate In the kind of men they knew , ether men ana ether girls need net be embittered by it. rink I.inen and Him (.Ingham nre lust slllv little girls new. stepping Inte . life and taking up all the fads nnd no- , tiens ei tne various age& iney pass through. Hut they had better realize that af fecting this uttitudc of bitterness to ward all men is net just a fad : it's a dangerous practice which will land them In middle e- enrlv life soured and dis contented, having reached a state el disillusion just because the) have ha 1 no illusions or faith te cling te. IT ISNT necessary te be boy crazy te avoid this, but it Is ahvavs ncressnrv Shimmering loveliness is shown in this slip of pink ribbon ever silver embroidered silk net, while turquoise streamers add contrast and a distinctly Frcnchy touch. Older women, who are what they call for every young girl te keep a whelp peme, unprejudiced outlook en life as she is growing up. i And the. elder women who trv te give rr: :AS! wilii H .If , Wfisf flR?'VrB-V iHM wmmxfmjmfmM''M mWMM Unable te tnke out their ninrer unen her nn unnatural, unhealtliv vlewneint the onuses of it. they make listening are doing her a grent wrong. Through a Weman's Eyes By JEAN NEWTON THE HOME IN GOOD TASTE II y Harehl DennUUnn Ilbcrlcin -jj of a his Heed the Beginnings! I heard a story the ether day mall boy who. being dared by playmates, ate a bug. He survived, tried It again, nnd before long was making a business of It for horrified spectators He wound up as one of the freaks in a circus. And it all started with a little boy's taking a dare te eat one bug I This reminded me of a girl named Careline, the daughter et a goon family, who, still in her school days. C(),e. ,,ilUern () Fle(jr CexerIls, was forming a questionable friendship with a chance acquaintance. The . . p,lnce "'I' "oer t0 ljl, considered n .. . , , ., . , , background an well as the wiilN, the Other girl, whose mother traveled ' coIerof the fler rnv,,l(c must hu,p a through the country, was left in the ( proper background quality nml the de care of an indifferent aunt nnd very sign must he of a pattern that will net ttiiuliP i ' The Wife Cheater " create dlsnuictlug centllcts. This re quirement dees net condemn the lloer ceu-ilng te a lack of luteie-t la either toler or design. If the tloer covering Is of a solid color, ei has only a slight pattern, the picwilling note should have preferably much te her own device'. Her own devices led frequently te r-enpades ..which made her obvieurly unfit com pany for the sheltered and well-brought-up Careline. C.nllna'u .i.lw... , fln.fl.1 t. m.f n step te the association, but her mother ,;','K'.r " """tral or n receding qualitj. , whatever hK reason was for rei said, "Why werrv about it new thev , "; however a warm or advancing i the city In .,rder te take .' ...' " I nulfir In ii. ml it .Imiilil 1... I... Iu .... I . . ... lean Steckbridqe iiurric ynrmnn TT'djnr in jtpitc e iiinnf triirninvi from her ricnd. Vermmi ti (Ac fci'nd e mnn trhe hus never hern Kneirn te rare for one xrnmnn were than a few ireek.i at a time, trhilc Jnan ii inclined In he ten jiiwci fie m her aliunde ieirnrd marriage. After four ueekt of married life .lean find herself jenleui of Xennan and her old friend Uicc H'lfien. She eA S'erman if their hat ever been atiythiiu) hrtireen hinnrlf and Aliec xn the part and he tilli her no. hut en top of that he utayt in teun one night te have dinnir uith Wire. Please Tell Me What te De Dy CYNTHIA Te "Discouraged" Yen would net linve te live In New Yerk te be married there, but ou can not be married there nor In any State without a license. Yeu could probably arrange net te have the license pub lished. New Yerk lltenses are net pub lished In Philadelphia papers. De net delay Jn this matter. Would Apologize Dear Cynthia t lme been a devoted but silent reader of our wonderful nnd Interesting column for n few years. But until new I have hnd no difficult ques ques tlen te ask. New one tins ceme which I cannot solve, therefore 1 seek your advice. A few weeks age I was rude te a young man, but meant it as n Jeke. He took for granted 1 meant what I said nnd he became very enary. New. Cynthia, I would llke te wrlte nnd apoleRire te tills young mnn. but I de net knew what te write. Hoping you will tell me what te write boeh, SlIIIlLEY. Write a friendly little, note .saying that you feel eiy bad ever Inn es trangement, especially nw you had net meant te be rude, se ou bepe he'Il for give the apparent rudeness and be friends once mere Leve an Influence for Geed Dear Cynthia ninnclne ever your column I chanced te see "lon'e" letter, nnd I wish te take this opportunity te congratulate him upon a nice artd most exceptional interpretation of love. I sincerely believe that he has expressed vlvldlv whnt hns been Dent UD In the i hearts of many a lever and has net a I criterion worthy of the highest com mendation. Hew often does one be- ceme smitten with the "burning pns pns slen" and yet finds himself incapable of words. He feels It, yet cannot ex press It. Therein Is "ion's" letter a masterpiece. Like "Ien," 1 l.ecp mvsclf geed be be cnuse of n great love thnt has entered into my llfe. Th s rasslen nan become my Ideal. At Its altar I worship, and Its moral significance Is tremendous, for when I am sad or downhearted, nnd when my steps would falter, yet does It smile nnd points the way te virtue, It Is ever a happy recollection and. as Emersen Fays, "must be drugged with I the relish of pnln nnd fear," for he I touched the secret of the matter who said of leve: "All ether pleasures nre net worth Its pnlns.' Ieve Is the "enameled fire" thit makes life worth living. Te see the flower and understand Its significance; te vvnlk Inte the new-born dny and feel Its glory and the power of Ged; te press It te your lips and tinniv tti elnrnifnre these thlnss are DEYO HATCIIELOR i the greatest sentiments of humnn nature, and their Interpretation is found In thnt key called love. "Icn" has dis covered It nnd his explanation will un doubtedly aid many ethers te satisfac torily fathom their "Ilamlng passion." Kcme one has said "that a lever Is a feel " If thnt be true, then I would want te be a "feel" for cVcrmere, for "Theu art net gene bring gene, where e'er thou art; Theu leav'st in me thy watchful eyes, In me th loving heart." poen me. WHATS WHAT By Ilekn Dccte I1WM It Is true that the greater number, of weddings are racDnira in imii June and October, bit. for all that. mar. rlages take place every month of the year. The sering, autumn and winter weddings differ lltttb In the matter of conventional attire, but the midsummer wedding has laws of its own tropical laws governing the clothing worn by the bridegroom, best man nnd ushers. At n recent wedding In New Orleans, the bridegroom, best man and usnuix were whtte suits linen or duck Pan nma hats, white oxferdn and silk socks The bridegroom's silk shirt and scarf were peal white, the best man's scarr was striped, and the ushers hnd scarfs of the brlde's favorite color blue. The whole effect was delightfully cool-looking nnd comfertnble In the het-weather sense of comfort. DfKINO sat in CHAPTER VII Vain Regrets tIUN(t the long evening while I mv little new home waiting for Nerman te come home, I thought the whole matter out I leali.cil u great many things us I sat there, but that thev werp discussing mv nffatrs among them, and I shrank from the Idea of such a thing. ' The grandfather's clock In the hall boomed out ten strokes, startling hip out of my thoughts. Like a flash it came te me that Nor Ner man had mentioned taking the nine fifty-three If he had, he would he home in little ever half an hour. Hepe leaped suddenly into my heart, nnd with It the thought that perhaps after ail m vlv lil imagination had painted things In the h'nckpst minis. S'erman might have staved in town en business, I hail no re.il proof that he was with Alice, and 1 might easily be wrong in m.v suspicions, 1 decided suddenly te go te bed. In novels nnd stories I hnd reuil, the jealous wife alvvujs stayed up waiting ngenUedly for the return of the prodi gal husband I. for one, did net In tend te be that kind of a wife. I'nlcss the time came when I was sure that White Shoes If they arc exceedingly dirty or If grease spots show obstinately through the white paste you apply, take a small brush and scrub the shoes thoroughly with soap nnd cold water, rinsing from time te time with fresh water en the brush. Try net te let the leather get nny wetter than necessary, se the color of the lining won't come through. When quite clean, dry as much ns possible with soft cloths, npply your regular whiting, nnd put in n moderate tem perature te dry with shoe trees In, te keep them in shn'pc. Spanish Labet Spanish girls who make the famous funs of Valencia are paid about thirty five cents n duy. i the most "important of them all v as I Nerman no longer wnnted me. I would iln.v i ""or is useu u siieiuu tie low in tone - i T.il .vn.tln .. liv. ...... .1.....1.1 I.. .-.t.llllll-, lillM.JI 'MI'HIIU lie U that I must net allow Nerman te sus pect the true state of mv mind. I had married him. knowing what he was. and even new. u! though I ad mitted frankly te in; self that I was furiously jenleus, 1 forced ln.vself te be reasonable. I told m.v self ever and ever that Nerman had chosen me, that It was I whom he loved, nnd no one else, nml for remaining licp te will outgrew eneh ether befere A.. A . v..l But they did net. And the ..hcltered ' ' b, v" laxher, ""ll B br""" Careline was influenced and stimulated ' '!J """'"" '' tendency te swallow hv flu. .lnmrorens nn.1 nnl.Mnlthv slnnd. ! "I .','.1' ' Uril-shlngn 11 nil Would almost ards and amusements of the ether girl until these became her own. Hefern 'certainly cause n conflict somewhere. There are se manv ether places where pattern K mere likely te incur In a room t linn en the lloer and where it is se iiiucli mere interesting, that a fleer covering et one solid color can safely be nseiuniended in a great number of discs. her parents realized what had happened It was tee late te undo the hnrm. ( ani line's feet were set en a dangerous read at a fnst pace. And the last I heard of her was a runaway marriage with a ne'er-de-well of the "sport" set In I which she had mingled. It all started with permitting te de velop an undesirable acquaintance! And just se, many gnarled oaks , from little aceins grew I Manv a wreck of character is the) direct resu't of 11 little indulgent that .,., n, (ii,., n. I ... ,1... l.i.. I I,... ..... ....Ii ., Mn ,! I.ll,l in l1' UIH M'IIUI'I' -. ,. , ,. . ,,, j,--i,t, i ,' ' i , ., . I Te thr I ihter nl Weman k Paac health is frequently the outteme of U i-iir Mad.tm I have a white linen little carele-Mics permitted te , en. curf embroidered in pure white silk And "bad ends" are the logical ten- The scurf was exposed te the sUni1Bin elusion of wrong beginnings. i "r quite a while and the silk has turned The important developments In life ,"i!" , .W1111.eu,"":'s' '"i1,. ".'"V, s7ennit,ntllTL,m1 ' r'V"- ' "' ' "" " .MMS significant happenings. Many little out of a grnv canton crepe dress' Acts that are harmless In thcmselven M n i are fraught with danger as the be. ,,.. ..,., . .,.,. .' elnnln. f I,.,, I i,, . ,1... c. iij ii'jsuiiu .. or seen ih ui nest icin p... ....., ... ,,, ii.iiiiv i III en n downward loud Tomorrow "Carpet Advice" The Weman's Exchange Bleaching Silk Scarf illnncr. It was prebabh a geed one. I came pietty neilr te iciillrlng, as I thought mutters ever, that I was no super-woman. J had It t in.vscif in plnv the game. I would light every woman who happened te ciess my path, and In each ensp I would use the weap ons that she happened te use. Surely In that way I would keep Nerman's love. Men, I knew, liuted u jealous woman. Tomorrow Weman Against Weman Adventures W'ith a Purse WE WKKE going en a picnic, n real old-fashioned ceuntrv one, and there were lunches te be packed, se everyone begin n search for the inevi for a great deal of suffering, but I i table shot box. Hut Miriam brought had done It with mv ejes open ami forth some vnt cum lunch boxes. In the I hnd no one te blame. Therefore I i lid was fastened a vacuum bottle, which m fip-t Step If we are vigilant te nip In the bud all dangerous starts we need ntver fear unfortunate finishes. Can Yeu Tell? By Ii. J. and A. H Jledmer would never show b a flicker of the eyelash that I cared what Nerman did I would accept pltv ami commiseration from no one. although I knew that inv friends in Hilten would all be te.idv te ivmpnfhle with me. while behind my back they would shake their heads satlly and s.iv thnt they had known all along it would happen. I regrettetl one thing, nnd that was tin fact thnt Nerman nutl I had de cided te settle In Hilten. At first It hnd sei med a delightful nrrnngement. I had met Nerman tir-t at tne Hunters 1 1 had gene te Harvard with Jim, anil Mnrgaiet ami I hud been friends from cnrlv girlhood. Of course, the Hunters were eager for us te come te Hilten te live, and Ar thur ami Hiith Fulton had added their persuasions a well as Aim IKen At that lime I had given little thought te the dravvbntl.s of living in a small town I wrnl iiernslenMllv In Hilten wjyrer vvn tening silks I ,ssele 1 1 Mny with Margaret or Ituth or Alice, i tabtespoenful of the crystals in a quart ine'ii. ..... ..,.., ...1M ,, .in,,,.,. , , , of water nnd wash the slK ltlnse ther- P-mrjl, "" ' ''"' was a name, nt i I etighly in i l.-nr water ,," country club, ei a tennis teurtia- , liet an Ink erndlenter at u tlruR stere '"lent or something of that kind, anil I for the Ink spot Hypesulphite of soda , the companionship of it nil bail charmed is also excellent for lemevlng orange , me I mi'e f hiiil been bi ought un would keep the ten cold. And the box was large, with plenty of room for sandwiches. Ami because the entire thing wns of the same vacuum Idea, the sand willies and i.yke would be perfectly frc-li when we were ready for them, 'lhr boxes ,'ire but !?l..r0. nnd If you nre planning picnic-., or if that boy el veurs carries his lunch, you'll find the box Imll-pensnble "Sparrow" Writes Again Dear Cvnthla May I sev a few words te "One Who Kncws"? Thank you. Hnve no fear about my net going back te the girl who refused me the kiss, as I am net In the habit of giving up se easily. J almost always go back once anyway se ns te give her a chance te reconsider, and 1 lived up te mv custom In this ense I went te see her the next week. Dame Fortune favored me, tee, because I (tot net only one kiss, but a couple. Yeu may see from this that you wasted a let of admira tion en the girl. I certainly agree with you when you say it is a temptation tr give a fellow a kiss when he asks for one. Hut why shouldn't a girl kiss a fellow? What harm Is thcre In It". Nene Hvcry girl knows that a fellow- Is net rcrleus when be nskB for a kiss. Whv shouldn't a girl kiss a fellow whom she admits she llltes and who she sas Is cute nnd charming when she will go home nnd let her pet poodle kiss her? Surely a fellow Is severul times ns geed as nny deg. And the fellew.s never mean nny thlng serious by thelr kisses. Ne, I don't think you are nn old innld. On the contrary, I think you are a nice, sensible glil, with only one big fault, nnd that Is thnt you are opposed te kissing Frem yenir letter I believe you are qulte sensible, and I should certainly like te meet ou If I could only get a girl like you seem te be for a couple of months I belle. e I would be betlstled net te ask her for a kiss, as I am beginning te get tired of these hone-head flappers. Agilti I say, I would like te meet you. but since this Is next te Impossible, please write te Cynthia's column. "SPAUtiOW " Fer shnme, "Spnrrew" ' Yeu say you I see no hnrm In girls kissing any brrys they meet, and yet the next minute you , anneunce you are tired of the tvpe nnd I wish you could meet some ene like "One Who Knows." A bit Inconsistent, are you net? Or Is It you Just ennnet help 1 Hcknevvlcdglng you de net npprtve of laxity In manners and morals' I I Hill A picnic isn't a picnic unless Wilmar Pea nut Butter gees along for the sand- Se Different niches. Frem the Ordinary WILMAfe PEANUT BUTTER Read Ydur Character By Dlphy Phillip Curly Hair .and Hasty Writing ' Would yeu'sny lhat curly hair and hasty writing Indicated the soma sort of character? Te n, large extent they 'e. Curly hair, you mny remember from n previous article, denotes In n miner way a temperament thnt is quick and vivacious. And the Indication of hasty writing, which Is that kind of writing In which the writer forms well only the first two or three letters of n word nnd then lets the rest of them trail off Indefinitely, indicates among ether things the same characteristics. Se, If veu ftappen te knew thnt your bnsty writer also hns curly hnlr, you hare n very geed reason In rending his character te put n little mere emphasis en the hasty writing In se far "ns It shows quickness, vivacity nntl anima tion hut net necessarily In Its Indi catien of originality, Mnrse nnd dissim ulation. And this Is particularly true If the writing happens te be of thnt hnty sort In which the letters de net trail off at the end of the word, but in which all of the letters In n word are rather poorly formed, consisting mere of up nnd down strokes without much nttempt te mnke one letter leek different from, nnether. But though curly hnlr nnd hasty writing Indicate pretty much the same thing, with certnln limitations, It does net fellow that straight hnlr and care fully formed letters delineate the saint types of mind. It Is quite possible, of course, that the straight hnlr nml the carefully formed letters may he char acteristic of the snms person, but these arc net characteristics which run par allel. Tomorrow Round Faces and Bound Writing I Things You'll Leve te Mah I IWH " 1 "" I I II M MTDeruxmmQv.ap A TUIMAK HATHINO CAP is . very attractive affair. Use nn ordinary skull bathing cap for the foundation Cever the front of It with a plain straight piece of silk. Of course rub. berized silk or surf satin Is best. Cut flower fermB out of gayly colored rub. bcr or silk. Applique them te the front piece. Then drape two Celers of the silk ever the cap In turban fashion The most fetching part of this TUBl HAN BATHING CAP is the eriul mental earring placed at each side They nre made of disks of buckram covered with the silk, joined with wool and stitched te the sides of the can . FLOHA. POMPEIAN OLIVE OIL Sold Everywhere Hew te make "Surprise" Salad Make it Take one (mill hard head of tnnleUi cabbage and chop fine; add 'j (enigni cupofcheppedplmento(,V4cup chopped sweet pickles, Vi cup sugar, Vi cup vinegar, 3 tablespoenfula Frmneh Muttard, Vi teaspoonful salt. Mix thor oughly and serve en lettuce leaves. This mustard will help you prepare many ether delightful "surprises" in salads and ether dishes. A little booklet of recipes comes in every carton, Try them. French's Creaata1 Salad Mustard I Matt only ty f' ' inJ I Th R. T. Frtnclt II EfffSSmtm-l ESiifcfrw js8mKy. ImSeSSzME S52iiil7! PkiMitphla Office I I M&X&SiPBaa SiijTiT 213 te. trout Strtrt I lmWSSwJJ K sssssss .NXscsissrrjnx'KSss Pi-dic baked in the even, de net nl w.ii link --ii well when served en the, tulle r.ven the dark biewn nf t tip I r.iM-erele leeks net mi well with delicate thlnii. I have M-en class baking dishes ' which tin net crack in the heat of the tiven nml whieli, when taken out. fit into a tllver-llke case, resembling iIiom iIiem in which the easM'reles fit. The com- I pltte di-di !- M1..10, nnd H ccrtulnlv an imprevenitnt. Fur n.imr nf OmpH ntttlrrv Wemin'B lnK ! IMIlnr or plume- Witlnul 30110 or Main 1CU1 Uvtvvceu tlic licnm uf 'J unci d. i II sf QREs'cd. m i' i ,...,-, i "Yeull taste the difference!" stalne Iilsselvt a teaspoonful nf the ceital1" In a cpinrter cut of water ami i npplv te the stain If It does net tils I nppe,i.r upon the first application repeat tne process . ilull in the t-lt.v, where ll was virtually im possible te drop in infermiilly en peo ple, nnd aimnt-t hi fore 1 knew- It, Nerman nml I hnd IieukIiI a Iieiim within walking d'Manec of nil our 111 ttm friend-. New I was Mirrv that I hadn't given the matter mtiie oii'-ltleratleii. In the i colei vvltb no uhltm Wbat ran I de te rltv Nerman's tit linmiencle. would net moke I shine or te ffUe It a Kless" 11VI, 1)(,,, n0ti,,.,l I would hnve been I What Is Keed te whiten hands tint ,..1.1,, ... 1.1.1., ,1..,,.. r r.n .,.,-.. ,.,, u.,ii. lnve hte.rm.- ellew from work but "' p ' ' "", ,'.'". ,n 'rein eve t.v 'nt. wlitle 1 ued fi be erj wlilti-' hei p I would he ioiimIeiih of the fact I What color of dieun or sweater is I that mv frlend-t were wuti-hing m. I t'enil fir a Hulit tetnplc-xlan II would never In free of the feeling Hew much shc-ulii n clrl five feet nine Ini hes and sixteen jenrs old Atlsth'' A I-'AITIlKt'l. KCADUK Whether Grew lug Things Add te the Welsh! f the I-.arth Ha6 Du Ha)r The growth of cliildreil into HUH nntl 1 7" "' tttnr 0 lliimen 7'ci3- women, or of trees anil plants anil mil I I"ar Madam My hair Is of mats into their lull Hire, even though they double their own weight never.il tirees In the preces", does nut luc-reiife the weight of the enrth a single ounce. Neither does rain et -i heavy fall of snow Increase the weight of the earth, even though th" snow In one spot, miv en a roei is suiucientiy nenvy tt( crush. In the structure. anm is e uuuiim iiie mums we eat te make us grew- and the thinss the HrushlnK your hnlr very thoreughlv plants and ether anlmalK live upon, $tf ,2"",! "fi aleis t2 "veifJ causing them te grew heavier, have Zt "ihS.V. 1 nn,B'nJ,n ,F:L, " .V' Lr been en the earth in some form or ether Th'rc are various skin hleichcs eHpe. ' ci-h te give their opinion en this -uh-during millions of je.us. All matter clullj prepared for whltcmnic the hands 1 1,,,,. hj..( n se ,. i)(.rseiiH have 11 en the enrth Is used ever and ever Yeti can buy them at nnv drui? note 1 ' , , , ' , again, rjemetlmes n given atom oft Wl' 0llr "f-'ht complexion ou ought cynkiil hleu of marriage. matter appears In different forms in '" ''" u . vveh .Vnf . ir ,L (wl some growing thing, but It eventually , ntnelnehesand ''SweVn" .nra" nldii gees back Inte the earth te reappear about HI pounds later in some ether form. Kalu is only 1 water that has been lifted into the at ,, e 1 a 1 1 1 mesphere from one of the lakes or rivers 1 lie LrOSS-btltCll Alphabet or oceans ami inns uiick te 1110 earth Beat Necks We still find the beat neck, hut the Imnt 1- mete apt te be n cruiM-i-than 11 iitnee. Ter. nccerdlng te the latest ilhtates, the line is noepetl out 11101 e deeply In t hi fient and often extends far evei the sheuldi rs in a way that nc.tlls the lulls of the crinoline peilml. As te the hnd,, th,- extension of i. Urn here often amounts te a ' shape IS MARRIAGE A FAILURE?. rnlli: following letter te the editor Is I vviitten bv some one who asks tend- 1 asain. Knew, of course, is only the Im' rain uruiis iiuiiaiuuuni uuu snow cr3s- l?2Jjft,)Jtt the weight of the enrth is helm; r m mtintlr lncrcehed bv uinlter uhlch ' .&AJU uien it from be.veml the belt S,ijljair Burreunuing it. 'ihis new mat- u.(a!tMvniiliitH nlmnsl eiilin-lv If imt nl. l'fatt'. f meteors, large ami sinall. !." ka 1Heh ittA klmlln Ll.,.., .... .,. ..',,,,,, Itlte . ,' ill!' all familiar with. At the present time it , is caluculuted that net fewer than fif teen million meteors of various size fall Inte cur atmosphere dull. Manv Manv ef these ar,e se small that the friction produced when they full into our at- 1 g(', inesphcre consumes them. Them we fee In tin form of shentin't ittir. the red streak being the Imrnln;; particles. Occasionally meteors of gieut web-lit nil mid are net wholly consumed. One welghlliif thirty -eight tens is preserved la -the New etk Jluseum of Nutiiral Watvy. W$m 5::ii mi Ml w 'mw Why Ii Sea Feam White? 'Tt"w "JfeVt" l Only three mare of these letters for marking linen, have ,vmi kept a toilet tlen of them se that jeii'll have tin 111 when .veu need themV A, II, (', I) appeared 011 .lune S, n. K. (J, Ilen.Iune VJ, .1, K, h, .M en June ill, N, (), I. en June .'(! and It, S. T, 1' en Julj K The burk papers 1 an he obtained at the ,Cliciili)tlen Department en the sec ond fleer of the l.edser lluildlng, oue (Jhestnututrcct 1 x. "Of all the people l knew, there an only live couples who can be said te have made a iiirn-s of mar riage. ( "In tee many instances the wife is extiaviignnt ; or perhaps she is a lllrt : or her love mnv be giadtiiilly cooling, Sometimes' she Is a nagging woman and gives him no mental rest or relaxation. "On the ether hand, I knew out rageous men till Is who make their wives se mlseiahle tll.lt they ill u forced te wck the divorce court. When the husband Is te blame I have neiiily iiIvv.i.vh found that un faithfulness was the muse. Wives seem able te forgive the habitual driinkuid. the spendthrift, the tight wad, but net tin- mini who is un faithful. "The successful marriages 1 knew of wete net based en passionate low. As the yeaiH go en, liking ami respect deepen into a vvendeifiil tie of deep affection, Husband ami wife share every thought 11 ml cine In common; they Hie partners In every sense of the word. Their pleasures are shared; also their friends, Oftea tbey are quite diverse In their tastes; but cath has i',aile an tffert te un dirstiinil what the ether enjev ., nml the it suit Iiiih been a mutual bread ening of outlook which tliuvvs them 1 Iemt. A V. 1 What is vnur idea of inarringe? Is this true? 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