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feiee Yourself and LeaOe the Rest
te Fate in
TTEIIB Is n new note, a modern
A slant, en the problem of rinding n
UXe-mate. -sounded by a Philadelphia
Blrl, and vve tblnk
It very helpful.
She rails our at
tention te tlic fact
that It W a bit
women te aconite
ever trying te
meld themselves, why net have faith that the rlsht man
nte it t-et form, te will recognize you as tbe right girl? Of
be tome special, , rnurc. n number of commenplaee. Un
lnnile te order, thinking fine ninr tinss inn hv. Thev
Mm :. a
type, supre?ea te
' v -u
be pleas Ins te f01 ,,,, , KrepJnnly my te them
a, mom all men. selves that thev don't wnnt n wife who
and te crampeneS,t,jinks f her; ,f ,, ,,., intijvl.lunll-
"".1"J '"" !'ly and the .ntirnpe te stand up for
nln (I t i...i ,. ..i i
Girls of the pa?t were exhorted te be i
ivr..i i... .....i i. .
' IIIIO 1LI1 illll 1 II lll.ilkl' ill Itlliililll.
b'-vu vi,uA linn iii'ai, ine'ii1'!, eucuri'
little mice, because it was llrmh be- l
iev...l thn, -,-! u .t, .i.,i ...
rerfect wife, and that men would se
- - .-... ....... ,w n.i. HK'IM I V1 ,
lect Bticli a cirl at once. hlle the
mere eccentric and unusual kind would
be rcleCTted te the scrapheap.
We must cenfes that there was eme
truth In the (insertion Hint tin1 prim.
wMivAiiii..,i,ii .;,.. i. .& ... .. i .
vvtt.iiiiwii jiii."" ( u.i i rijiiidriurii in
thn ..revnllln- ft.-l, I, V, .1 l .. I. J. '
did marry jeuns. and the kind who'
sought an education, for niM.iiice. was '
looked at askance, and net sought '
premptlv. if at nil ,
But is It net Inpeeritical dcllber- !
attdy te nsume a eert.iln ihiirncter if it .
1b net your deepest self; Will net the
husband seen tind you out an-i be dis-
appointed? Should we pietvnl te '
tastes that we may net hae. jti't be-
cause ,. knew a lertaln iirm ,.
mlres theie; Is net it dl-hene-t nml '
unfair'' In d dnj this we a.e i.ilnnns'
off en nn unsusiiertuu l''"-"ii seiae- i
uiini; wi.it h is mit
be ou the surface.
what It s e.iih te
knows of many cases where
'Klrls and all their relathc run. I
ntve te put up a geed trent. winch
is reallx putting up a cmid bluff, in ,
order te aptlvate a man and snare j
him. Sometimes he is rick, but it may ;
be that be is just a permnncit pre-
Tlder. The relative; mean well, and
honestly believe they are werkla;; ter
the girl's t iture happiness, but Is hap-'
plness peiible when built i n lies''
A really nie jeuni itl does net
The Weman's Exchange
Wants a Fancy Whistler
Te the 7ii.fer nf H'eui' n' Tcjc
Dear M.i.lam 1", ou Knew of any
one In this city who t m'np wNstlriK '
I whistle tlS,'lf l mi wen ll l!kl ti li.iv
peme one teacti me sen-.c fii'n-y whist. ins
nnd don't knew whtru te go te find a
teacher C L M
We have been unable te locate any
ene who would teach fancy whistling
Perhaps sem of our tenders will b" ab.e
te help us out in thin matter.
About Rag and Jazz Lessens
Te the Editor of Weman's Pnae-
Dear Madam I hae tiken ?sons en
the piano fur the last thre- ears and 1
nm geinff te ctxe It up. because I cm
net play ragtime I would appreciate
ery much If ou e-mld Ktie the name of
& teacher who Uaif raKtlme or th
name of any such scnoel l'.tase de nu
publish my name 1 thank you in ad
vance for ou sure are ge.nc m mike i
me happy. A NX UK'S
If ieu will leek In the (l.iasilled see-'
tlen of the telei.hene 'l'rcter und r the
heading ' Music schools and Instruction
j-eu will tind a long lut of schools that
tach popular music V"'j can either
write te them or phone them about their
prices and heuis.
About Her Hair
Te the Kd ter of Weman's I'aee:
Dear Madam De you Knew of any
thing that will make mv hair a llttlr
coarser? It Is very thin and silky and
I can de nothing with it I .ilxe liaie
dandruff and I thought bv bobbing m
hair and brushing it In the morning and i
nt bedtime 1 would rerredy this matter
Brushing my hair does net help te rid it
of dandrulT. but glw it an ev eslve
nmeuiu of !t This prei.n'a It frTn
being tluffy I wash my hair every two
weeks and gnt it ii gg n impoe
Still 1 see no lmpreiemtnt I would be
very grateful if ou would he.p me In
this nutter I gle mv hair the proper
care but I cinne' K t r d of dandruff
Kindly tell me if there is an thing else
that I can de 1. LI
Cutting ieur hair will help te nak-
It coarser and heniler De net cut It .tee t1(, resources nf u successful costume,
much, but Just een it off at the edgts , ,
Anether icrv geed r.-medj Is te pull , Fortunately, the aluminum flowers
veur hair tight ae-os. th- top of yeuriniiirh bloomed upon our millinery n few
neaii nnu it' t-ui. iil mc nbi nun. iii.
bpreut up If it Is liapl te de :.oui :.eui
eelf, the hairdresser will de It f-r ou
A geed hair tonic Is excellent for d.m
druff. Hub it well Inte the roots of thw
)ialr, gent, j mas...iging tb- si.il;) with
the tips of the flngT.s Vcu can buv a
tonic at any druc. store or hair-dressing
.Btabllshnietu jlther wl.l be glad te
recommend one te ynu If this dewi
net help jeu had better consult a hair
dresser THE HOME
IN GOOD TASTE
By Uareld Uunaldsen Kberlein
Shades and Screen for Fied Lighting
The llahtK In all hi-eiu e or brackets
nrranged en the wall lequit-e some Mirt
of icreen te make them tolerable te the .
This h.cemrsn problem in rooms done,
In severe period fashion, for in the e d
days, when 1'iimllen were used, the light
Win M) soft eh te need no n-reeii only
sometimes a gln-s ylebe te protect the
flame fiem druft. Se we tind no pictc-,
uent ler our m'tcchx.
Electric liht, however, i tee pew
erful te make for en-" in a room where
Jt 1m net hlinded. Wi may in-u cither
iima.ll caudle shades of .-ilk, guiuc (silk
lined) or pari'lunent, or we limy use
screens of the biiine material, either ene
t each light buiu or, it the 1114111s are
arranged In pairs, we may huve a bcrevn
In cheesing the colors for these
crceiis we must consider the color
fecheme of the room nnd uli-e the colors
Which best admit nf the diffusion of
light. We must cliuene from our color
K-licme one of the warm colors, rose,
limner, cliainpusnu or u teit .m-iieW'
kM.k(kia j 1 iti ti vitii iir 1'iirii 11 v iiiiv i-r 1 1 1 11 -.
" ."" ": .' - ,
ijrfcn or violet, us tue inner give u
Ithastly, most foilein and unbecenilng
folio te lls'ili J the former U tee
mltry. . .
If the green or mulberry alludes nre
nwilrrdt Jhey ay hp mitlcu te tue trim-
T .T. .. . .......1 In ,1... .l..utw. ntt iinlntfwl
Itlinfer ,uecu 111 inir vji.eM ., "....
Order te Marry Well
want te derelvc, especially in tbe met
vital relatlen!ilp of life: but she has
been trained te ntppee that she tntiM
adapt hertc'f te man's standard brand
of woman, and she In afraid te show
the least variation from conventional
our correspondent nls v. by
linvi net the ceurnce te be
I Iipfntii1tit ft nil luntn thn 1 if te fntp?
mnv fl(1i ..n,M1i, tilnf ,ell r(, .iif
principles which sue la sure nre uic
,,, , ,. ,, ,
iitit. after all, you
don't have te
,J"Vr "" lllr,"""T' """,n'
"! nre loekinrj for only one.
,, ., . ,
he must be the kind te truly appreciate i
thee qiinllties which make ou your-
self Yen don't want te have te npole-
ci?e for jour beliefs and feelliiKs and
thoughts. Yeu want te tind a mate who
will delimit in just these special thltiRS
about ou ; who will be proud of you as
"" "0 i W 1.0 W 111 J!ler 111 .VOIl
"- Porethv : Theie seem te me
t" be plenty of indications thutn new
J10 K'rl ' develeplnc. Net the
t'npper ; lnnve'is. m.' I.ut a new kind.
",r uhe lfc!des derinttelj en her ideals
"ni1 reiiuireinents. and thou lives up te
!' f'Ttnvr and exacts the latter of
her man. Such Rirls wait many lonely
eemiips. even for jenr-, because they
ltn,,w 'bat the njht tjpe of man for
them w ill come, and the are net con-
'"Of ' t-1"1' Ktniiil liest,
"(H (our-e. we ,ilwa
have had re-
lllt. ll,ll l, i
mantle maids, wiltm
Charming, but they usually ended by
wedding the be ner deer, .xitheut any
discrimination. l!ut tei'ny she rc.illj
waits, for she can earn her Hun?, an
does net take just any one
I (im'tlbu' have si,
understand all this fis about beim; a
tie that men Insist en. Men don't
beinc 1 i
fall in love with a type; they fall in
love with a npci lal cirl. The) want
jeu just because jeu're you. (!irl
wight te make themselves some one, an
indixlilunlit. a person; and then the
man will seek them because thc nre
th.it one which is the highest compli
ment." Black Ceat Trimmed
TV 1 41 T
Itll Aluminum f O.V ;
Ily CORINNE LOWE
The old days when we i wild be play
ful about "being nlmmed with every
thing but the kltehui stove" nre ever.
This phrase Is no longer n jest, for
we hae hit upon aluminum as one of
months past nre imw
gene. Hut in place nf
them we find i r
much aluminum embroidery and a smart , ,
emplevraent of disks. j
The hat worn ted ly ii- n small toque '
of gray embroidered in aluminum, and 1
with it gees a stunning coat of black j
duvet de lain trimmed voluminously ' I
with aluminum fox nnd closing at the I
side with a clasp of filigree Mlver
lhe heavy pile
fntirlcs continue in
favor for ieats, velvet is also much
US"! for the mere elnberate models and
even mere striking nre the quilted fab
ric and the llk cluky, the In-t often
(iiibreldered iu metiil. Hlnck, bv th
wa.v, is still exceedingly fasliiennb e in
thin province of clothes, although, of
ceurce, the brown tones are far from
Can Yeu Tell?
By R. J. and A. H". liedmer
Why We Should Net Pick Wild Mowers
In the sprinc nnd summer if is n ceni-
iiriti i-isht te sec nuU'inebile nfter nutn-
! meliilc returning ffiiu the ceuntrj
lndi'ii with hlov.emt. lltnh-, nnd smiic-
I times whole pletiti of inir wild lleuerins
shrubs and treex, n'l mere or lei-.
withered nnd ah-uluti b um-Icsn fur home
der'-ratlen. Iti?ld laws mulil jircvrnt
all perwnns from plekinij these lluvvei
vvhiih nre co beautiful In their nuturu'
settings bccnu-Mt elreiid.v ninny of ou
wild (levverH have disappeared com
pletelv from our fields, forests and
riinilsides and etlurs arc hkelv t;
when brunches of dogwood
tem flewcnn? trf(lsl P bunehe., ( wild
tlPrH Krein' nlnng the mad, ou
,.n(.tnntlv deerenn their power of r.
,ir,, tien. These bleums have quit.
.. dl-tlmf puriiese .iside from beiii-
beautiful Th i I- purpose is te ilevele
n hi'i which, when plant) d. vvi 1 pro pre
(luie another plant. The mai'liim-iy fir
producing the perfect s'd i- all in the
tluwir. but it niii-t be allowed te i ene'
te full bloom before the M't'd Is develop
ed. 'I he (lower miiht fade and die en the
plunt if gee)l heed is net developed.
Of the luntless needs formed In theM
I plants only the xnmllest peit-eiituge fall
' Inte fertile soil or glow into new plants
If most of thVse llnvvcrn an iil"ked the
plants uinnet reprediici' tlieinvdvis
. Thnt is why the should be allowed te
I remain when) they glow.
I The mujtlewer or triiiling arbutus is
fast dl'-appcuring fiem MahMii'husett
! and they arc passing a bill nuking it a
.- &.. j. . t it .. 11 . .
1 line of Siill ler p.cK.l.g wild ewers
ihere. The ls'X Leunty I'ark (.'0111.
mi.ssieu, New Jersev, is trying te pre
vent the destruction of dogwood b.v
tluillur methods. J.cuvc the wild flower's
where they are. .
Toinerrovv "Hew De.tbe Muffler en
i ens KtSSttfQMijWsdSlt
JUI AUtOBOMlO flimuf we iuij
Please Tell Me
What te De
t.etfrs te Cvnthla's column mutt t
written en one lr et the raprr entv
ant nutt le ..fpiicl u.fi the writer'i
wftmr mill ffiMmt. The nmiir tell! ""!
be ViihHihnl if the writer tinea net u'lWi
It fnaiamd tclttri imil rlrs tenlt-n
en loll nf . nr the iniri will net e
einirtr. ,f ll'rlfiri ehn iul,i jifMOtinl
niisii nf tmf rnn lp clem (n lh column
let 'I ;(. i- feel ., e prrniiint letters
nrr enlv irlimi u hen uliselulcli neccJ
ami. Te Win F. F.
Cyntlili cannot de as you ask. This
column Is net run te further matri
mony "Dotted Sws." He's Only Sixteen
Hear Cwithla -- I thank ou for
printing "Hetted Swiss' " letter te me
.May I ray a few words In answer?
Dear "Dotted .Swiss," may I nak you
a quet en What made you say you
are net t.tll enough .' If I like n nlrl I
llke her for herself, net her helKht.
lr ' could meet you I'd ttll you hew
much of a chance, you have. Hut that
Is out of the question, sns Cynthia.
I, tee, hae light hair, preen eyes, a
dimple en the left cheek, teeth net ie
white. I measure ftve feet eleven Inches,
.taller than yourself Hut, "Dotted
I am tee
yeuns. hclnp; only
Approves of Learjue
Dear Cj nthla "Leue Wolfs" letters
nre rather poed. He has the tame
Idea as I "A Get-Tepcther I.eapue for
StratiKers I for ene would like te
be a member, also I can get the best of
reference. "Lone Wolf," I hope your
Icarue prospers. "Lene Wolf." I don't
wish te be personal, but I wonder If
you are us old as I nm (twcnty-flve
icirs) .matimes I really feel se old.
IVopIe alwuMi sav. fri ,iin
:, ., MCM1S 'r, '"' care te meet
,jlr.. ciinf mrtn T I....... ..Au.
P" "' a i.u.v uu r .irimiiii
i" in" iiiucca, out leund net one. ,
ihey mil pe out with you once. Well.
I puess girls who have had that expert- I
ence inn Jude Where can a respect
able fellow be found? Surely net en
th,j corners. Fe what else can be done i
league that "Lone Wclf"
I w-euld llke te meet veu,
1 liut jeu knew hew It la
Writes te Encourage League
Dear Cynthia Please permit me a.
few words eencrr.Inc Lene Wolfs
league for strangers. The idea itself Is 1
i snletidld one n s a wonder some one
with the tiecessa'y credentials and
financial power had net matured It long
ace Hut under the conditions svet forth
bv Ixn. We'f. I'm well-nigh Inclined te
,igre with Irene" that It's almost an
,1,'i'i si.uii. em win. j.-uu never can,
, fr ImaBine If three or four
I nel ones ciulu get tecether nersenallv i
en this preposition they might make a
F'iccss of it Sav a group composed of
lie Lene Wolf, the Outdoor Bey, Lone
some Meledy, etc I clte these names
m, rely as an example
The nroneaitlon contains se mnnv
snigs that t Is pretty hard for ene te
work out alone or In conjunction with
i church pastor, whose time may be
'all tee well occupied with ether tasks
I Tir Instance, the league would be com-
' f"d of all ares, from in te 40 There
I might be several different religions,
. 6eme would be well educated, ethers
' poorly educated, and there would be
both sexes, unless two separate leagues '
I were formed. And ou would have te
I conceive some wav te keep out the luri- ,
. s't reekern. there would be only room
' for really lontieme folk who needed
..ml truly ia!ued the companionships
n.ide possible by the league As a rule,
uii i i..ii ii i t.iii aiu ii in uny wa.
although 1 am new .i married man nnd
...t t i i r .j i. ; .:.'..
h.nn a little league of my own But
I knew what lonesomeness is, having
put In two solid years of solitude right
In this city befere I finally found my
self Perhaps such glf'ed writers as "The
Buck Private." "Cinlcus" and "Ien"
might come across with some valuable
t ps And nuybe If it were possible te
nit t ..-.,. fi t .i.j-,' iA -
snv this much when I started, but if I
h.ne enabim ou te renlize tnat ou
by no menus alene In this preposition
and that quite
, lonesome ones nre mere or lesi of a ., c generated energy from this feed,
retiring disposition, and this element' i 0i.i Japanese proverb, "Once
prnd,ng,aofVe01ea,KueCOnHldered '" Ule , f-litig or seejig Is worth a j nindred
I'm willing enough te help the lcniru times the telling, is real y true, in
ring iwn or inree et me lene eneB ie- hrln"s this te mind 111 ICIling jeu iuhi
fh".;,dCVe7 ""utreyiulS!' f XhanUlK 1 he harmful
'Jeck ' te the aid of "Lena Wolf " There "? ''j
te .i number of lene felki nnvgl(,ni d'isturbant e. and also the cor cer
harkng your every effort, l1'v111" " '""" . .'., i,.ni,i, cn .Unt
ich'.eied my purpose Tak ' rectlen and cure of 11 healt 1. te tnut
are sllentlv h
this mu'li advlee from one who has
gene through ditllcultles nkin te our
own- Whether the League for Strangers
eer bfii.mes a reality or net. don't
( nflu u ni- .t nf Iho ishitrn
r of his mother can save him Ooed
luck, jeur.sr man nnd hvj it through'
ONE WHO ONCE WAS."
. OF FAMOUS WOMEN
Hy MRS. THOMAS O. WINTER
(President of the firnfrnl Federation of
Vtemtn's f'lpbs nnd head of the four
wniiirn delrKiitfs te the Ul.arm-
a r. .
This Is extremely geed te serve en
lettuce, remalne or any green snlad.
Inte a elans Jar put one hard-boiled
egg, finely chopped, one teaspoon finely
cut chives, one tablespoon salt, one-
qirirter teaspoon papriun uiiu one-
eighth teaspoon pepper, one-half cup
, n vi nil. t ire tan espoens vinegar ana
nn tensnoen tnrrOKOIl vinegar. Allew
'it te become very told, and just before
'serving it bhnle tbe contents of the jar
.;; i n i. n ii
Tomorrow Appetizer, by Rcbc Daniels
W 11 ATS WHAT
Bu Helen Decie
.ir.ii, which sirviu two nuriOHis. s riu.i
depart fren, the Influence of the church . c .. 1e fnthein nature's demundH
IAn m is,elet,1thlral0,fkfilnUf -d appease ''-"V1-11
me lui, ut-ii, ' u. uic wiiui iu ui iiiu iiiem- ' i, i " " rf- - . .
ni' " V ,,i' , .. 1, , , x.iiueii none all loon siienni nv iiu'm-h ynu 11111 umim i"" huiiiuiik iuiuidii
,.i,h , iht ""' V'".1,1'0, " ,"' 11 ' ,1 e soft plup, when 11 vv ill UildreHh. Ilavc the band pleated nil I
f Septemb.r hut bivtbtrs nd sw im- 11 1 til n n u ineluntary down I around or roll a very nariew horn. Fit I
1 K VcU V thrXhe ut th" tnent'n ,h . ,' Ti'ite !b te.i.'.i 1. : well pre-. a band of buckram around , our head.
' The season Just waning- lint popular-1 ,,....p() ter the process of digestion. Feed Drape the clilnen ever the foundation as
iss'd the Kurepcan beaeii cloak, which J.,., t lnllv chcvvisl and ferctd down the ihewn. Melt nemc bright red bcallng I
rcrmits devotees of water tpert te wear ,",,', '...111 ften lead te various di- wax III n pan ever u sumll Manic. Dip,
uiicuinlierBeme cestuines without IiiivIhb r.. j Iturbuuces, as well as n'ut-'the heads of two long hat pins into the I
10 r'NreraV vvcll-kiiewn fart that ...cited wax. Alow it .0 dr. If the1
rrv . ,,n 11.TKI11 r n 111 111111 ncumjii i'iiiih ---- - ,, . , . , , i.A.. 1.1 ...... ,., inn . 1 j .. '..1.1..1.
.. ir.i-i.i ttiruisn iei na or it.rrv ....w .linw iniir iwm in iu'i" hmihi.. imi" - " - - ...(, meii imu
Ui ljUlU! - - - -. --- - - 11-1 VM II " " . " .- 1. J .
It may be worn, nan cover-nil screen , K,irieie.itly broken up for iligestluii.
from thf. curiosity of the beach thienir . , .lrlUi,jH should be sipped ilewly
tli.iJgh vveurlnit an uncovered svvlmmlnK'iniinan bedj , by acting directly iip.in
huh ns the ligure te the left (drawn I Marches In lenvertlns them into null-
from an actual photograph) in doing, Ik
net only u heciui wu'iui'iiwiy nut an
iffftusd uBalnM the lawn of imblic de
cency, aa waa proved whv.n the eiln'luul
of the picture was arrested und lland
J26 and costs.
LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MQDAT. SEPTEMBER 11, 1922
Mrs. Wilsen Points Out the Relation
That Our Eating Bears en Our Health
It Is Most Important te Have Our Meals Served in Peace and
Quiet, Free Frem Care and Werry
By MRS. M. A. WILSON
Covweht, Hit. bv Mrs, M. A. TVItsetl. 411
rPHB human body Is the most perfect
1 pieC0 0f 'mechanism that It Is pos-
. ' , . . ...,, u
sIMp te imagine and Is Intended e
nature te be wlf-buildlng, that Is
. , ,, , , j i,.i
crewing and self -repairing and IiiDrl-
eating. The perfectly healthy person
. . , ,,, ,, ' ., ,i nf ti,i
, VV7 " 1 Knewledge e this
health, nnd thus able te direct the ner-
,. f .i, u,ir
veUR rnerg of the be v.
All that nnture rcmilres of inn is te
supplv the proper fuel, this through
the natural feeds required by a normal
nnnetlte. nml sulhcient exercise te ue
!,., ...nunr nf ,i ei fnr niisicai iitncss,
' ,....... - " "- ---- - ,
for nnture has n separate message ter
each and every one of ua, if we will but
listen. , it
Te ent feeds which nppcnl te the
eye, and et because of certain
peculiarities' in the physical make-up
of the individual person de net agree
...itV, , lu -.rtnlnlv verv foolish, und
j.thc Japanese pnnerb very cleverly
. tiii Aa h vcrif.ne. ti ts aiiu ptrrfuiiui
habits of the human race while striving
habits of the liumnn race wnue uiii
for icrfect manhood nnd womanhood.
ti.... h.kki;,,. nnture liv prevention of
we may realize that if we ebe. nature s
invitation, ns it may be cxprcsseu u,
the normal appetite, we may be bure et
..,,,! henlth nml splendid btrength. And
. . i ... .. .In
into the process et inu numui.
from n digestive standpoint.
' The digestive tract has certain auto
matic functions entirely independent of
our will power and when these func
tions are disturbed through the ad
intssinii te the digestive tiuct of cer
tain materials, then wc have a dist net
disturbance that is i ailed indigestion.
Refere we inn ically attempt liny re-
'lief, we must first study the guiding
..,, ... ii,t lend ns te tnke this) feed.
I T-ha r,.-. censes are sight, hearing.
touch, taste und fcinell, and I might
I 'e lls t,R np,M,tite. The sight.
t0, ni taste and uppetite should be
l.n helpful in the proper selection of
(i,c funds necessjirv for our plusical up-
k,1(,., llIld well-being, while the taste,
m,.ji nj hearing all help te stimulate
- t, ftipetlti;
g,jlt ls helpful in tne proper sciec-
our feed as m cenuiuuu "
....i,, ...i.iln nnnetite brlnss tin
' ,,' , ,,opnke of the prepared
f()ll(1 Tnuch, smell nnd taste nru the
I ,uk, riminaters, who net ns. guide pests
te the nermul functioning of the bedv.
, '" (',' """ fum.tinim are most im-
111,1 lull, u u..., " ....--,, - -
the proper functioning of the body for
' . . . t . .. t. ,. .. f.,l,ntiiininT
nm nhsn uteiv necessary iu
health, l.acn ii-nin vwn.ii nn'." '
piepeilv telegraplw Its impression te the
mind, and litre n decision is made that
determines tins ph.vsicnl condition.
The nppetite should be nattiial nnd
coiitre.W by the mind of each indi
vidual, with a wlse caution te knew
the requirements of fowl, needed by the
individual nnd control of the appetite
te this need. The m-iise of ta.'.tc is very
elevlv correlated te the process of
nutiltlen: hence nny impairment in the
sense of taste is evidence of disturbed
nutrition. Taste is also dependent upon
the supply of the ntneunt of ualiva in
tlic mouth. , , , , , .
The taste is excited or stimulated by
the feed dissolving in the mouth during
Hie process of mastication, nnu vviiuu u
lasts, increases (he lUw of net only the,
Uuces in the mouth ami threat, but ale
the various eiiht jnivvs mm. !"
i f th cpstive tract, no ler
i, niiliiiti" ilewn tne
tone tllUt t ".' may 00 niiviutiy nil
orbed thrensli the process of digentleu,
into heat und cnere feed,
Tht willvu nlte tones, down , and
dilutes all feeds containing . acids, , be
10011 ui'ieru 11
simple in design,
but this one
lias a pcplutn
that turns into
en the sides,
and an added
in a motif
they. tee. may take their part In the
wonderful process of human nutrition.
Kneh individual person is entitled te n
clean table, n quiet, restful atmosphcre,
well cooked and lightly seasoned feed,
te he enten under thn pleasant stimu
lating conditions. In the homes where
naczinc. ill temncred nnd WTnngllng
quarrelsome folks seem te think that
they hnvc the runt te vent tneir epicen
upon the entire family, you will find
nervous, partially nourished and often
times seriously 111 persona whose condi
tion is entirely due te the high nerveiw
strain caused hy the person who lacks
control of this disposition. Many n
man has paid hie doctor bills for the
privilege of this lack of control of his
temper, and then wondered why he has
this burden te bear.
Ferm n few simple rules for efficient
living, nnd foremost among them place
De net ent when worried, cress or
De net take the meal time te bash
out private differences, wait until later,
say two hours nfter the menl.
Te bicker nnd fuss nt the table is a
sign of commonness and low breeding,
se make this time n pleasant time for
all who set about jour beard.
Nerve tension tightens up the secret
ing glands and they then refuse te fur
nish the hecretiens necessary for diges
tion. The educated, refined person makes
the meal tunc a time of happiness,
thankful te the nil-Supreme JJelng for
the daily blcsdingsi nnd the power te
satisfy the appetite.
Adventures With a Purse
B EUNICE came out te sec me, and
It was the first time she had been
there since I had btarted the tortoise
dressing set, nnd, honestly, she made
me glad all ever again that I had done
without Mime ether things te get it. I
had ndded the last piece, a large cloth
ing brush, backed with the tortoise,
long, brisk bristles, which made the
brush useful ns well us ornamental,
and It cost 5!"t. And every tin.e I sit
down te comb my hair or fix my nails
I want te nctually purr, I am se pleased
with tbe bet.
A very nice old lady of my ac
quaintance does net like te sleep In the
room when it Is completely darkened,
nnd yet her night lamp must be buffi
ciently low fe ns net te shine In ber
eyes, se I told her of the white Ivery
finished lamps which have n wick In the
top nnd burn oil. An old rose or blue
shade sheds n soft glow, just enough
tn make a low light. The lnmns nre
also very nice for n dressing table nnd
ure priced at seventy-five cents.
Fer name of (hop addrrs Weman' Pure
Fdlter or phone Wulnut 3000 or Mitin 1601
bclwirn the hours et 0 and 3
Things You'll Leve te Make
A Hand of Chiffen Makes a Charming
Out of n long bund of chiffon, two
long hat pins and a little healing wax
pins Inte the draperies at a jaunty
angle. This attractive Turkish head
drebN will leek lovely with a chiffon eve
ning frock. Fl.OKA.
WOMKN AN.;K JiOl'K or
The nppulntmi'iit of Mm Poemho Tennant
na nil ulltiniatii 01. thu llrltl.sli Ui.g.iilun Ii
mum H ,'"" ," "ii ifi'iicimun 01 tliu
r. jlir political liillunie of wpinen. Ml
Oinistunue lriixl U iinllni; lulurjitlnn
nthlm frprn Qnra, which uppuar en tha
reruian ,"" or the rtatie LtthQtu. I
The Superior Sex
By HAZEL DEYO HATCHELOB
ieir Steele enters his tnri, which
he ins left during a futieut rain rain
tterm. and finds i mifrrieu nml
beautiful girl asleep there. She
awakens and demands te be set detcn
immediately, but faints en the side
tralk tchen she has gene only a short
distance. Steele takes her home with
him, a ltd there ensues a tcrrifie fight
for her life. Steele, by the shecr
force of his wilt, holds death ateay
from her, and Marcia Steele, his
mother, fears the gill's peicer. Dur
ing her convalescence the girl gives
her name as Anne Temple and refuses
te tell.anything mere about her past.
ARCIA confided her fenrs concern
ing Anne te Kntherlnp Cleveland.
Fer a long time Mnrcia had hoped that
Kathcrinc would attract Jehn. She
was exactly the type of woman tbnt
Mnrcih would have welcomed ns n
daughter-in-law. Tail nnd dark and
the only daughter of Arthur Vincent
Cleveland, of Wall street fame, she
would have made nn Ideal wife for any
man, nnd If the truth be told, Kath
crlne herself was net at all averse te
She wanted te' marry nnd settle
down. She was tired of living In her
father's house, she wanted a home of
her own te manage, and Jehn Steele's
reticence with women Interested Kath
crlne, who wns rather bored with the
men who attached themselves te her
and hung en her every word.
Llke most girls who nre fairly at
tractive and possessed of plenty of
money, Kathcrinc had been much sought
after. She had never had te exert her
self In the least where men were con
cerned, but with Jehn Steele everything
had been different.
In this cabe It wnR she who was the
aggressor. Jt wan she who had Hought
him out, who had made n personal
friend of his mother, and although for
a time it had amused her te de this,
she was beginning te be Irritated be
cause he remained adamant against her
Kathcrinc was net strongly senti
mental, nor was bhe Inclined te be nt
all emotional. Marriage te her did net
mean the culmination of n great pas
sion, she herself was tee cynical where
men were concerned te bellcve them
capable of giving n woman anything
deep or lasting. What she wanted In
n husband almost any well-bred, clean
cut man could have offered her: mutual
tolerance, consideration nnd social posi
tion. She had hoped te obtain all of
these things from Jehn Steele, but
Mnrcla's confidence had dashed her
hopes and filled her with nn Intense re
sentment. The two women were seated nt tea
In Mnrcla's sitting room which ad
joined her bedroom, and Mnrcia, be
cause she felt that she must unburden
her mind te some one, had been telling
Knthcrlne eom'e of the Incidents con
nected with the night when Anne had
been snatched back from the very gates
"I tell you, Kathcrinc, I had the
strangest feeling when I wnlked Inte
the room nnd saw the girl in Jehn's.
nrnis. ter n moment 1 ceulun t believe
my eyes, for Jehn has never cared for
women, and In that moment I had a
queer premonition that this girl would
figure In his life. Since then I have
alternated between hope nnd fear ; you
knew a man of Jehn's tempcrnment ls
opt te lese his head If he fancies him
self in love with a woman."
Kathcrinc hat back In a big chair.
Her dark eyes under the rolled brim of
her hnt were reflective. She held n cig
arette loosely In her fingers, nnd strange
te say her thoughts were occupied with
wondering what It would be llke te be
held In Jehn Steele's nrms. It was
the first time she had visualized such a
thing. The touch of his lips en hers had
net been n part of her campaign te
marry him, but new ns she called him
up before her In her mind's eye she
found herself suddenly curious. There
wns no gainsaying the fnct that he was
attractive. She had always admired
the lean swnrthlness of him, the haughty
set of his head en his shoulders, the
cool, level expression In his dark eyes.
Ills domineering manner and the ease
with which he kept women nt a dis
tance had always becmed te Katherine
Indicative of n cold, rather austere tem
perament. Therefore Mnrcla's cenfi
dence Had neen senictning of a revela
tion, and Kathcrinc found herself won
dering if there weren't hidden fire bur
led deep under Jehn Steele's surface
The iden was Interesting because she
herself had never been able te roust
the slightest feeling In him.
Tomorrow Kntherlnc Meets Anne
SEE TUESDAY'S LEDGERS
Women Left in Charge
whMhcr ns executrix. admlnUt ret rl.
or heir mar very profitably avatl
themeelvea of the Agency Service of
Fer a moderate fee the Company
itumea all detail work In the settling
or management of estates. Including
thecare of real und personal property
and Investments. The estata also
benefits by the speciellted knowl knewl
edee and enperience of the Company's
A consultation will show the ad
vantaues and economies of trust
management of estates.
Indlrldusl Trust Funds $285,000,000
Bread L CLctlnnt St., PhilsddpLia
mmtmmmmmma ' WfBanasaaHMHi
Te Freshmen Who Are Trying te Be
The Only Way te Become Well Liked Is te Be Unconscious et
Your Popularity and Eager te Be Friends
A GIRL who ls stnrtlng out In college
thlR jenr wrote te me net long age
for spine nihlce.
And because I knew there nre lets
of ether girls starting college tlilw yenr
who have the same attltude that Mie
ha3 I am going te repeat what I said
"Please tell me," she asked, "hew te
he entcrtniutng nnd popular nt col
lege." And I replied, "Don't!"
Don't try te be entertaining: there
is nothing mere tlrciome or unattrac
tive than ii girl who ls always putting
herself In the limelight trying te be
the center of things.
Other girls who are starting out,
mnklng friends slowly, accustoming
themselves te their new surroundings,
are bored with n girl of their own class,
a newcomer, who ls forever nttrnctlng
their attention te herself.
They don't want te be bothered
AND don't try te be pepulnr.
Nobody ever get anywhere in that
line by trying te. The girl who asks
for votes in the class elections doesn't
Popularity cannot possibly grew out
of n girl's own efforts In thnt direction;
the mere she bends for It. keeping her
self conscious of that goal nil the time,
the less chance she has of attaining it.
Dc yourself, and sec te it that that
self ls as amiable and friendly as pos
sible. There may be a hundred or several
hundred girls; starting out with you ;
jeu couldn't possibly mnke friends with
nil of them right at the start.
Hut you can be se willing te make
friends, se "darn nice" with nil these
with whom you come in contact, that
your fame will spread.
Only you can't spread It yourself, or
your cause is lest
GIRLS and upperclnss glrls like a
girl who Is easy te get along with.
They like a girl who ls net forever
en the make, a girl who is willing te
take a little teasing and give n little, a
girl who admits that there ere some
things she doesn't knew nnd can per
haps learn from them.
If she is entertaining, has any spe
cial talents, they don't want te hear
nbeut It from her; they prefer te find
It out for themselves, draw It out grad
ually, se that they feel in n way
responsible for this prodigy that they
If the freshman doesn't happen te
have nny gifts along these lines, she
can still appeal te her clnssmates just
ns much ns the talented girl by her
ready smile, her eager sympathy, her
intense Interest; in short, her friendlt
ncsB. And her popularity will grew of Its
own accord ns the natural charn. of her
personality makes Itself known nnd
It Is Impossible te study out this
thing. As seen as It ceases te be
The Undevmting Sales
Policy of the A&P
Specials for Philadelphia,
Kellefjg's Cern Flakes or Pest
Putltd Rk tit 15e
Crr NuU. . ... pitki;e lie
Gtuamlhcr'i rnitt Jirt.... irJ0
FRESn SLICED IN
Enter ODtc OU lpinl cut Jlc
Lu pk Ik
CeldDvul Ieri eki 2S
DiUllt'e Clemw . ... . , PJ 5J
Stuffed Oiitcs , ,
5-ei. bottle Bc
., . , J He
. .brfe boltle Uc
imell Utile 19c
AlPrn tH)i.betll, 9e
Sh.?.?,'uc Ifr. bsllla JOc
""' oeunt (eitcnren) 5J
Hide cf nureiit. urielewme Infredltnti, A rnl.lrit.
ORANGE TP17 A
PEKOE I luri
cmiu . 9uFameu,"Thcn-Ncctar" Brand
ccmWnuif t, d.llrttM bl.nj, tn uillcln-; erema-s tsiti that Is si ee
Indlviiul nad estlifirlns-s asrcnctli lht mrene ECOtlOiH
lA bL S2c I 54 & 23c
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Tl "! VViV7A-'J IKHrl.IT CUl' of LOl 1 p.y. i'.,.ri tr&r
H iidgStti '". ""'.')? rtptru from' l, IS
spontaneous nnd nnturnl it heen.
he exact oppeslto of what It l, JS?'
ing te be odious. ,tl'r
TT'S GOING te lelnrd, sometime,'
college, It's going te be lonely nm.
times nt college, and you i,ny 1
you .had never heard the wnr.i' S
or decided tn sen wlint u ... iiV"H(
Jiut when you have made your frliU'
e ceed times von win i.., ...i,,.riM,
.. . . - --- vv
.. ...I " "V nue 1IKP..
than mnke tin fee the Mn,i iL. '" no")
The cellege spirit of frlemM ...
Ipvnlty, that wonderful indescMl
thing, innnet be found nnvwW. "
ti. ti;. i;. ..;"";
nnd if you absorb nil you can luri,:
our four years It will stay with j
nnd help you always. ln N
rnilB ndvlce te newcomers alwaw I.
, II0? rl?ht ,n ,nm' J"1" the crowd
don't be shy nnd sensitive." ThA
geed ns far as it gees; the baffi
girl doesn't get along very' welf
Cfrls healthy, happy, thought!,
Hut sp common sense nleng with tM.
ndvlcp. Rptnembcr who it Is thnt rVi.t?!
In. nnd don't make yourself ' ebnSfiS
with your efforts te be popular in'
If ynu like the ether plrls.'trr h.
enjoy them, nnd see that they have
geed time; you'll find your effort,'
reacting upon yourself in a n.est ctm
lfylng wny. ""'
Jenes' Geed Shoes
iys line tan calf shoes, extra densi. ...
$2.45 and $2.85
golden! frame for
1HB CirESTNCT 81.
of Fall Opening I
Advance sale tle
regular prices. J
All suits made under)
personal supervision ef
our expert ucsisnir.
vvte will take full cfcarn
of the cuttlnB nnd fittm.
Coats & SfiC.OO
These prices soert 'til Pept. 16
ART BEAUTY GARMENT CO.
1215 Walnut St.
Quality and Economy
and keeping faith with the
Public is the great under
lying secret of the A&P '
unparalleled growth and
The A&P never resorts te Inferior
quality (e obtain a lower price.
Camden and Vicinity
Teastles package 8c
Pure PcmuI Bullw 11. l15t
Puc Cidtr VIdhu !! Utile 10c
U 4 Petrlni' Sec UUUttt
A&P Htt Powder . . . ,
1'ery Seea FUiu
014 Dclth Cluucr . . .
. . . pkt f
FuU Pint Bettle
Helm Mbted Swcel Pidlei ,
Helm Indu Reluh
. . , . benle tic
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. . . . Utile 3
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Piw NiyUet eidiiie el id k
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