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: a- r 1 M W 'wl if 1 i$i H H i- Hi i It! iill 12' EVENTNT PUBLIC LEDGKr-PHIIiADBLPHIA, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 25. 1922 54 Widower's Troubles in Finding the Kind of Weman He Likes H) WIXNIFItED HAItPER COOLEY TA('H12L01W nre net tlie only edcb. pnnlenshlji nnil glmrlnj the trifles nml who And our set tinntlfnrtery. "Where nre the jenng women of te FKOM COMMON SENSE TO THE SPECTACULAR HAIU'Bn I OOI ET piitliiinltiemn nml worries nnd hopes with a levlnc wife, neier can be ceiitcnt In .!,. " ,. rli.-j n iltill Mnelciiess; widower of Went "And jet, with the modern expen l'litlHdelphlB, "who slve UvlnR nnd the nctunl necessities lire willing te belli Hint come te nny conuerintuc neiisvmmi, i n mnti te fortune hew can n frucnl mini provide for a 1 nml fame?" modern Human'' I ThW man Miyi he "With the multiple reiulrement of . adored hli mother, tedny'i ctrla nnd the trampling under J nml loved his faith- feet of all the old Ideas nnd cuxtemn, fill wife Jind en. civilization eeems te me te he uwerv- but was deprived of lnc far nun from mfttrlmenr, and nil h death. Ter sinking Inte tleRrrulntlen. I cannot. ten j ears, he ur- conscientiously condone the modern last tereil, but new the nnj eiirnvnKiint and hearties tdnlcti- (loftenlng inlltienee (,!,,, tll somehow, I never can meet of time is felt, and nml cUkciki Mich nrehlems with worn- he renlbe-s n profit en : thc are iudlfferciit nnd want only te be amused "I am n cenitnnt reader u: weninn s ( 1. 110 ailll 1.0e, llllll HUJ'l' mr riumn i'i the i:vf..vim. Vi line I.rnuEi', can hed Heme light nn my difficultly, or jeu. In jour Faulty and Reed tense, can adNlse me.'1 fer feminine nrt'l companionship and lee Hut en nil sides he meets nlwnj. with disappointment ! The Rirli and women who fall te hia let are foe'tsh and worldly. He seen no indications of nor mal feeling and sweit reasonableness in our sex. "I could be far happier Mid mere nor ner mnl with u ilenemhible and affectionate , , - - . - ... -.-..-. companion, a woman who i stifititlit te him th.it clrN are lmiiuereni 10 i mm: problems of this widower fem JL confused an.l manifold. In it a cres ml 11 ceed nnl. Hut t full t" tiud inch true irirl In the modem .amnles that I t-ee. Where nre the, the jeuiuc women who reull) want te share a innn' deepest and hlslic-t feidlnRs'.' I'm nlntu-leil s.ck at heart. If I attempt t" he ceiiildeiiti.il nnd t.1 are m) Ideas and idenN. 1 am lnut:hl at or scorned. Se n-rleusl liriv I I n dis illusioned thnt 1 have left -lenien Iene for the Inst ten '.irs. It eenied a ut-eWi iu '.t te search fir iij true mate, and te 1 dodged the problem. TUT nny wan who can be happy -D nlone s net rermal. or i-. iRnor iRner lint of Iem - p.-sibllitii": or he I- i mere -enllil mmn crubber. f n m1 ish nnd loiifeited tenipernu.nt ! Ther ma be bncl.elnrs wh-i fanc . -n 'heir effe'tism and Inexperience, that 1 fe 1- Mjfficientli etithralliiic without .1 per- mniient feminine tii.'ite. bi." . who l.iu known t.. d.'l'y ;ej "f com- a premium. le- mcxtii.M: or tliat tney are cxinnii gant? What tendencies in modern 1H liiR does lie den'iere' We haw Ji.xi-.tetl 1 uiiiy times that there are th, I'tt'ids or Fane, healthy minded n.ederi w mien who yearn ter coinpanienship R'"1 ' home, and etneri who are tactful nnd s, ii.pathetic. We ennnet understand whv strN will net i'1-cii") the oeiniiiiciitioiH of cii'lzatien or the hish ut of Umur with a con cen con c!entlein man. If he could lienr a bevy of hulni"s plrle lameiitinR the fni t that men !n cities care nethtiiR ter mar rvitiK. or the fun of etttns up a little hers-keepinc fl'it. he m'.sht be le'B pes sir 'tlc about the id'als of modern in ,m women. Someliew the ercs ie 1 el m-em te srt ti sether anil tul'r. things eer. Kacli -n-ptets th ether of frUel'ty and e ,i.. inr.-.i W'wleuer. who are nf- v.Ideur feotienato ami denU'Stlc eugfct te De ut rmJ.'T'!i,,",J!'mi.,,:,.." . .. .! K3IT.T SV'i. - ' v '. &&&&&. trrmmmimmrmrrmm - . - ' is ssnwrwsniiip-nnTVW ll .-. .X .. j .""k. "(Sy. X. . -,. .-H M v: S .m m sr;fsMj: MLrv2mGyB -.," m ; m v f ."LfiBm . 7.; fassi-WX i mr . .s. . n-. -. . . 1, t f mr . a nar-tr. 1 r &. it. .. .mmt ' s. ' 7 ht ' r-L-i -... t , . 1 ,lca 1 u-- ' - . . S w.ivWl wS 3 1 . . ... tm ra I N W I Please Tell Me What te De Hj CYNTHIA I'ttcrs ti I iTifMn'i cet'i".' mult i vlttrn ni one s.dc of tht ten"' .""'' rtinl mint ! 3'ifJ uh !'' '''" ! Tiimi und iiilrfrcu. 7h' nints v III 701 br uiih UJirii fir i r,lr u"i "l yl'h ir. r.uletuNi ,'rfifrs ami litit" rfrn un leth lcir" e' the run" t;ili "' '',. (iHitffrca Wrltrrj u he u'' vertenal nvi crj that cat br iO ' " ' thf celu Fin irl I ulniie took tlrn. us rer rer aeinI ,'rtlcrs aria er.lv 'i'"i' 'f ut letutrfL nrcessarv. lt's Hard for Us te Understand the Passion of Any Collector But the Real Reason of the Difficulty Is That We Don't Try te 1 Understand The Majority of Us Would Rather Sniff Intolerantly LOVE NOTS ny KAY KEAN The Superior Sex y "i. eve hatchklek Jen .('('' fiinrrn-j Atiim Tfni'Ic Jt.ieicin;; (Aiif tAe lias a nfr-t in it'r fnst trhi-h thr i-r'utrt fe dtiu.'t'. ic wen ?. ('"', that .A no- -let I01 Aim, but during th-lr hone nenn, th'" rc Ticcf tP'e.ifufifcf: tavthtr. Jind or 11 tim.' 'ire mjy Aii'Pi . J''icu Stcfte Iii;iim te ihviK about .innc'j tccrct, thi mere e Je-'tuic at limt the dimpprurs miite .'ivfly nmi rr fuses te soy tiATi- aie hat b'en. Eteeh' finally yicM te te temptation te tpu en her anl he diirevert that the 11 ''iitperfir.j; a cftii'd. In the therk of kn diireierv. An tifni fcnp te but ere crpMniltiett. cm? r-A'M ic epuici .imi''" of unipraknblr things, the u tee e'fitrlnird te deny ini; thing. I hat n'.jht rA- tot 1 te her child and ,lnrf At dif.jereuily iW. I)urln;t the mrjht 11! .Itit1 'ei- lack ilier te ;mf nrd ill" ji;j.-i n er linaalnul-an tle'e eidil 'il tee -'.e!t rt hear' te .p-a'... but hhe tolerated tlie bnby and as she crew stn.ncer b.ied !r pasienatel; . AMieii sl.e wii nb'e t" leave the heplt"ll. the siiperinte.nlent "f nur""" hnd culled her Inte the eSlK ind aKeil l.er it spe ra,.,,i a3 he It iK 1113 wnilii likj te lue the batii udepte 1. ,.,,, that he eulJ be token Hi wl Shall He Take Brether? ' l'cr.r rs-ulila I tim an up-te-date 1 yeunif niun and fj'ilte pepuUr. I rre t' tliese -0-i.nlled pettlns nnd tiiJ"h Pr-1 tics, autrmoblle rides dancca and a'.l j that tre's wrli thlH new asi. An It Ii r.enrltii: lUilewcen, I hau rtcelved ! nulte a few Invitations- te par'le- Nev,' hre ts n problem. I hae a jeuntter brother of "ften who lei Us te be kcv kcv enteen, alment :w tall in I am IU feet clsht ii.-hcs, 1 ami m tedli,Blv l'uni'.seme, l,.ilnt? hl nd hair at J l-In-"' ea He In trv popular with nN 1 'eutiRer c.'OTvd What I would 1U" te 1 new is: Should I brln Mm Inte till" I 11 i. with tneir dtui-.i; iiir;u- 11 u- 1 imu cs c'. , aiul mane rum Gene are the woolen etoeklncs of yesteryear, l'ancy fchees don't leek well with thick otecklnR and nar row fklrta are net comfortable with woolen ankles. Instead we have sheer silk, embroidery, beading and openwork. Above are nhewn tome of the newest designs popular for afternoon and evening wear A pair of evening tJippers, net fe be outdone, takes for adornment n huge peacock's tail In colorful beads, which cannot fail te be seen Can Yeu Tell? II" Ti. J. and .1. H". lledntr Gelden SHmice Though you be vcvr.ed in the handling 1 of husband, be net tempted te brag of I your ability. I AIrs ! She who thinks she knows hew te ninnnge men Bcldern gets n chance I te preve it. Be philosophical! Tf yeti are wtie, pcem otherwise. Hew captivating is the twaddle that runi liVe thin "Yeu nre the strangest man! I have- never known any enn quite like you. Tell me about your yeur nclf? Yeu are se different!" Fer where is the man who deca nor take himself wrleusly? And clever in deed I" ihe who clothes him In dark n,MMlwl!t . She who keens a cataliue of a mini's , ...- - . proclivities must Keep it m secret. Any man eniius tiliislne tag with a winsome woman, but he seen grows skeptical of I the ftnme when he discovers her tying WHEN his wife came in te tell him that dinner was ready, she found him feverishly looking through the eva nlng paper. He BWlshed the pages back and forth in a frenzied effort, evidently te find some one thing that had Interested him, "Yes, all right," ha muttered ab sently, an idie spoke te him, "I Just want te find this little piece In here. I saw it as I was glancing through nnd new le Ie?t it where is that thing? I Oh, here no, that isn't it!" He continued his panicky search as If scared te death that the "thing" would fctep out of its page and fly away if he didn't iind it quickly. At last he cauie across it, pouncing upon it llke a cat en a piece of cat- I nip, cutting it out with a nigh of natls- factleti. "Fellow writing te the paper about some xtamp.s. Wants te knew their value, he explained mero quietly, as he followed his wife Inte the dining room, "I think hu's get wme thnt I'd like te have." A stamp collccler. temptueua of tbene te whom it means everything. Yet we are hurt and feel much slight ed if they seem enlv lightly Impressed with our gvcat passion. V YOU, for instnnce, cheese te keep fine nut of every dozen or nan- I AAvpntiiw WUU n.. ,. u 1 uj-.f. mUEHE'S no argument, Marcia m'fl C.?K: " 1BS ,,ccn ecclded that .1 new little bride of ours is n mi?! ' ccllent cook, nnd the ether ' strved notne sandwiches which tS.. 1 proved that tdie ha ingeni ty fiJif cooking ability. Hnndwlchw of rKf creamy clice.se between thin. Hnu?1 Mlces of nut bread simply wfi! And she rennileti te me afterwani Vk ' the nut'bread la home-made and e.' bought for thlrty-five cents a . leaf"1 An we instinctively pass a flnt. m ever the smooth eurface of a i.ui ' card te feel if it is engraved, se dil" InstinctlvMv clance At lin.'-S0 ?. what kind thev are. Km . ...I Mliy We Ilrrathe Air It would be Impe'sible for us te live '-ii'led without breathing nip because hls-tlmer. i- t lilti t: i'i '"' fiuitnins uxycen, which is absolutely ev 1 . . .1 neccj'ary for u&, in order te .. .... ,u. m. st 11 red inerdu- iP'n arms en r.e mint of Jiln Geed leek Jlf.j, leuU "imt wn Ihi1 man weft en f-VV.nS $$XX. a.X.Jffi The em te etplaln that ri.anj women preferriM , our ,,.mien 1 ;-i th'n ns an epe.i feri of the te de this 'iciiuse It was enier te ; dlscuseHAi In cur celum.i. ... ni te bis characteristics Innoci-nce in r. woman is Ita own defense Hemember, n man's reflection of him- tl-e nlr self in a RlKliu mirror is inr mere 1 -a 1ST.M11K Winn iijc wise icuTCuum ui a f wninfir. sustain 1 -..-.nM Off. hv PubUe Ltdear Cerwinv T reason for all his 1 CovvneM tchen she Larton. i.-as tile ui't - Mi' ley meet tf." MrUgEIH lr ril'iriu-- uir hampered bj 11 child. Anne had drawn Lereif .i pr'eidly. and with the air of a revil princess, as the matron told en" of the internes late.-, bad rc xi.d t consider such n thing. Hut th" strujtcle 'or r.lsten-e 1 ail been te,, mil, h te- ni e rer a jear ifter Hbner' birth thin" hn 1 cone frei . bad te xerse. Am e was tin triiiiit.ii, lnexperieneed. She mud' only lust etieugh metiev te keep trem stan ins. and she denied herself 1 etutntit'.y Keep h''u I! you can. out of it. THKBLA. b fc'.l nic.insw ! A Complicated Famll I Hrt- i" nth'.r This W tr t. te i I. .1 -:t: ,u aid ir.e 10 hv i' ' '- fi-.l'r.i. I nff ,'.l.e r.MTti 1 i""art of 1 ccupu n-r. ca I Marv .nd J"hn. .' hr., u divorce I nisn w'ti A jcuiiB nurrltfl daughter married Marj, splnstir. The lU'inhter ' at Serine an'l tie.- l.us h:,n.l Hl'lv lUivl with Jeb',- ilieri'etl ygen combines with the car- bleed and forma carbonic 'acid gas. This combination is nccee- t-ary because we are te censtruc'cd that the substances of our bodies are con cen ttnntly undergoing change, and this re solving of solid matter into gaseous form s the way that the matter called car bon ! r moved from our s steins. The union of ex sen and enrhen Is cal'e i combustion, which in chemistry means the decomposition of substances an I the formation of new combinations, lie- ("imnnnied by heat, which is what elves , the warmth te our bodies. The carbonic WHATS WHAT Ry Helen Decie HMKtiNTiur Facing the Past "iTriTii riTII Anne, her life with Stanley. ten had b?n a process of soul Vllllns. and jet durins all that time she bad f m-l.t -osehitelv te ;.resere something m aerse.f. semetl.inz that he could n t r-a-11. If her time of t-rfire ' had (tretched ever a lencer period she inieht net have been able t no thN lut as it wn. sl.e had "uth In he farnr. and te an extent she had been sble te ferjet. Hut she was able te in this only b refusing te remember. Thar was whv she had t. n wanted te h:,ml Hl'lv lived with Jelr, - 'liNen'ea ,i, ,..-, ,l, ,.-, nnr linrlles Tlie enrhenlc I se that I.Uner nugn: nav ;ne tnuii w,fet who 1,1,0a u-qu.iirite.i rn -Mr.ry formed in us by breathln: the "he needed. after J hn i-ok te dr In W U . , of be,,k fhrn,lch ' On thnt ralnv n'rhr when she had ?& l'aV mortar aa "he tad , cur lung, and mingles it. the air about, taken shelter In Jehn Steele's taxi, she ". mu"her-ii -:; Uh. When ulr has been breathed it has ( lin 1 been d'sperate Fer two weeks' " Mnrv .m 'i forced te ilherce Jehn 1 lest nhnut one-sixth of its tix trrti and as h" r fusel 'j reform. be marr!-'' . tt.x -ew ti what reUt'en .a tr new nillv? . Has l.s j. t wtheMt.-i. v She new Ii te i, ,,inn en nn enunl amount of car- '""-bi'i",? V' ""i', ''"' u wp wer" t0 1,r,'nthc ' " the same uir, six" times, it would have) 1 f.it: e-- lest nil Its oxygen, una weuiu ec uuiu l,M"tiHTiur rrr V brusque young Annrlcan who be- leves that it Is "pr.si?" te practice hack 8he had reali7ed that it would !. impossible te keep Luner with her any longer, ut.d ilir'.i; that time she had cone without feed n order te favc nengn ' j tahe tne bahr int the ceilti- . , . ... mrther-'t m t 'ep- te sustain life. 'chlxalreus courtesy once talil. te a well iri H.. ennce she 1 nd heard of Mrs 1 f.ther-ln iiw. r: '- latt 1..1111' ' no r -U- T'eei'le fee' drewi-v in orewdid rooms , j.r.ewn writer, "fcee that Frenchman's Hl'.'gins. n miiihtrU tT.iJdle-acei 1 wn at il' tu 1 ' ! N- btcnuse the large nnnninr cf i.irbm'e wemiin, who 'evul rhlldren and who, Marv's n b .-band w . n t be :.ny a(,j, EI(S thrown off bv the bit nth of would have taken Jliner for nothing, relatle., te bl . 1 the people has made the fur poisonous If she hadn't needed the small amount nm eppi-sslve. The T'mr'l-Ii prisoners Anne could afford te pay. te Help keep 1 Her Friend Is Sslf-Conseleus .thrown Inte the "Hlack Mele" of till the reef ecr her hem! . ,rfhUi am a. reader of sour enttn were poisoned bv their own tnna hn I fnknn file V.r.l.v ,.n fn i ,,nn l,nt 91 t nfl'T ,tt IPIi'eU t- lirentln. Olie lltl lliirfrl nnil tWCnt V-ttiree ITlilcrest and was returning home whin wrlti. I be with two Klrls, et. of whom nf them dying from the carbonic ens t t Jl ... t. ........n . . ., . mj . .... UlU h fl .1 . fTl. .. . . -. . . 1 i,i 1 .. v. t 1 i- .& t - . . .. aw til art 11 rii 1 iiLLiiiLiif- A'us, inn, 11. ,. n i.ir 1. 1 f n in s innvu i tuiv luirii 1lr nf ! that was wan; cau-i-u iu see w.is cauciii in wie s;erm. 11 -i ir . '"". -:'.vv. ",: ., ... . ,,, . irw "" ".' "' "- - - narv clll.ty le people for V talk of 1.. " '".,. niiv f. -., . ,Ul.kT for her that things happened a '" -' ?,.. 1 ! TJ nlS J. . L n , -online,! In a p'aee eightee eet square r J-Jr tf fhev terror in ner e,c, u...v.. p ukfl tJmn (.ftv ' r "" Vhs e ,m ,d rteeir. t ' ''V sixteen feet high, tlie only venti'n- , mcmb.r that ceurtesv I, net uns mentioned. rents in her pocket, ti f ty cents te last ,' . s;he 1s a,av .ifraM ie one tlen bflnir two small grs'f,i winnows. clunle uv of filetnls. It la .. .1.. y- .'...1 v,n.Ai- e'.e fn ed . . .u .....,...,,1..- r.t ti,.. .. i, .,.i 1. "'"....;.. v.. . i' ,-, ., i..ni !u i!n.i.,..h ,llil net allow n snmeient amount , ncuunlntancea unu even te ew as Me :-" - . ; ,VV 'ky;iri " .ri'y; ' .;c' 'JhlV . 0f re" -...v.;., :.x V ' e enter te pur-fy the MrlThere Is nethlijR. Inslncere vr ,.::;,. ;;;:;;; xMt. u vi-u, ;; . -v :.... lajranavaT nnu in ., -- 1,, ':".'-' ''. ' - . .0 i..i. r t'ensh vr even though tlic3e en bri'-' herelt te rer.iemeer tn' - " ''"; , '' ' ,,, ,,,',. Tomorrow What Is Attraction'.' eldentnl centac's of the pas. i--- 1 -1 1 jm. -.. .v 1 thus .iiiliitin,ii 1 n . r. , . e l 1 deference te lloe Allan? There's neth IriK sincere about forelen politeness no heart In that 1" "Hew doesn't want 'ill heart, but his courtesy is Vfry airreible te her," replied Mrs. Script. "Sufficient te the occasion are the iimnncta .tiertef." Many veuns men -and a few 0tinK women appear te think that they will be considered ueceitrui 11 tntv show or- .'hem they should re- for the ex- uue te nil Btrangerr. about pelltn- ie3t aim tne human rela- may be ac- slng moment. HAT was the frenzy. r.11..Mnri iret thnt WIT. Thev arc as bad as window shopper! en a special tour, or women in searcli of new fall Clenics. Thev fnirlv quiver with excitement when they nre en the trail of a new Nothing may stand in their way when something like this turns up; thev must get what they're after. We who can see a ntrango-leoking stamp, a rare painting, n piece of an tique furniture or n first edition with nothing mere than mere awe nnd ad miration and Interest, nre Inclined te smile nt tin- ravings of a man or woman who collects any of these things. We don't understand what u passies collecting may become, bow vital a matter it is te the pcrwn who gees in for It. And we humans are net se very tol erant of anything that we de net un derstand. If It's something that means nothing in our lives, we are mere or b-Ns con- dozen buttons thnt you buy te go en your clothes, adding te this collection ether buttons of odd shapes or sizes or colors or designs, it pectus te you vastly interesting. "Loek at this eue," you will com mand the guest who 1b being Miewn about jour domain. "Isn't that a bnutv7 And this is n very rare one the girl at the Etero told me this was nn out stlc and they wouldn't have I uiiv mere of thorn. Then I'm very I fend of this clear blue glass one with ,L & . !.... !.. Il.nl 1i.a1V lllll STUL lllfl:-f BI b mil iuiv'J I Peer guest! A weary expression, e wundtrlng eye, n desperate effort tu change the subject nil te no avail. As a collector of buttons you are bound te show our treasures, and any body who isn't interested Is a little queer. Hut, of course, you nrtn't se bad af that Jenes man who lives up around the high bill. lies terrible I He collects pitchers can you Im aglne nn thing queerer than that? Fer a man, tee! Every time you get inslde bin house you have te exclaim ever nil thcs funny-looking pitchers, and the one h likes best Is a little squat thing math of brown earthenware, net a bit prett. It's terribly boring te have te leek I at them nil. and he points out his favorites and makes jeu admire them lt'a nwfull instinctively glance nt linens wnni Kinu mey ere. ret a nasty umtnlnff vlnnre. neeftanU ,..-. P prompted by. natural femlnfne etirff' Ity. If you have some of the t2; Italian linena I saw In a new siSen . our "village" you really won't tSiiS who Inspects them. Hnnd-wevsn ,r finest of texture. m' " TSN -L nt' '8 N'T it funny thnt we never can nnrenrlate te ourselves nn nccusu. i tlen that fits us just as well as It fits the Other Persen te whom we se con stantly and fearlessly apply It! I r p I M It's the Little M Things in Life B That Count TASTYKAKE JUNIORS H BUrely count for us. ltt! m folks nnd big folks taka m te them. Just a nlcs s,9 H for an individual portion I Ik 5c m fASTTKAn. Safe Milk FerlnfanU t& Invalid NO COOKING The "Feed Drink" for All Agea. Quick Lunch at Heme, Office end Fountains. A,k ter HO RUCK'S. CST Avoid Imitations ft Substitute! Ne matter hew you prefer your tea strong or weak, with cream, lemon or straight you'll like Tetley's Orange Pekoe. TLETS Makes geed TEA a certainty had - dnv she nml t Te Ar.t.e l..f thr itl.t f a bat) been like a uaderful ..ellscrniuv Wl-u n child e low r.ni care for, life mlch take en a different meaning and ( had told Stanley about it shyly and 'with starrr eyes. At first he hnd looked at her siep- I tlcallv as theupjh he did net believe her. I but when he realized that she. was tell- ' Ijik the truth. h hal raved like a( madman. The horror of the thlnss hi ! hud said had sunk deep into Anr.e', soul, and he hid erubu by strlkinc her full across the ftx -.- and leavlr.z he lylnB en the Uneven tloer until she recovered eunicleuhness .i feup'.e of hours later. A month iifterva.'d Ptni.'": .'lart ia had died V neglected ndd fellow i-d by pneumonia hud ended tie tort ire of Anne's life uiih him, n'il al'li"i.gh h.; left her without miit.e; h's deat' i.is kinder te Anne than 'mj net in' had i ever perf irmwl '1'irlnj ii i.'e Klllier lind bee" l...rr i. 'h.' '.te- -.t-'. nf one ni liie 'it .'lestni.iN. nr,d for i. lone t.mii Anne m'lbl nut hrlru herself te lee the ha'n St e r lueliih-red tie ,hiclt nf repulsion she had suffered 'ihen the 'Ahite-, apped niir'' hed imt JCllner Inte her arms, and looking down ' fit the bab face she Imd see'i Mai ley i features stamped en it. Ann had averted I -r f u riu.ikly ftnd the nurse hnd n-bukel Inr viuniil She had seen ir.anv pi.-i nieihers turn nw ay freit. tlie babus pl.nvd u.thin their arms, ate! s) entire'j iiiisUnd. tine'N attitude ' The buln iiee,,s tnii,' sije l.,ni f, i!i eeerel, iu. bt 'j.e her, elie b b leiuis te Yin. '" Anne in. J nn' repi n m had h.en THE HOME l GOOD TASTE By Hareld Donaldsen Lberleu :el I be d .I.- ' di u'i I'lease (.' e me ' it hi I ' .1:1 de ltii 1"- nw i i i.n. ' "in. Tj "TiJ' ' - "-H 6 e H 3 ? '-I X l J- TZZU.Y. -T.-J 'ilr -' bi-.Tsvrr.v.v;,iSiU' SSESSSk K' tu :'!.' " .ft I 1 ll'l l, 'J t MJ nlvlce ii -d 'ell me l.e- We Af'i MTV BAed tcti t frierds .inil e ir.i.ei .i.i aeh ethtr u urea, aeu' We )etli : te be Ukeil by iiie- peerle. but because I si'm te t Jel'v and cm dance rather irued I am ln nil te lets of r"'!' aid I h.ite te K without her. Went th readers p'.ease help me te help niv clrl ir end? I- nilght sound fuei.sr., but 't .'j rca.li' a. Beileus case A TRL'U KRIENP :-. i. xr Jiind of :-ou te b se lrr- er-'fl !n this fflr'. hut eU ehu 'Id net ft.Vw her te spun -our own enjii en w f.elnfj a dr't: un '"U 'he m er si, j ; thlrk every ene la . k nK ff. Probably he la mailing hi'ie.f lenupl i.ei.n j'ist In this '-f- : wnerrnn I' fl.e would beV. Bin p 1 ' the Cher tf'.rln she'd huift .'w 'Tin tee Tit Fit the Occasion The costume slip of Batin n.... s , ir rrepe d'- hwie Is beitiR ".!-' f nd ir. in-, e r there lire these tf. we.. . 'he 'eiig, irrj Ieum; liin s ut" i jt le mltirf. V - i acci like th ; t'eie fii.-s the slir which fs t'.ttid in at tit niii-. b mentis of a bit of ti.lrr.i g en el'Ler bide you can buy them Everybody's a Child nt least one right 'i the wnr and that'-, llaltnuetn. I'.i.t then lia " te be MUMS, i cistinues and festive tout lies t" heip alnriK. and the i.-nil Meri about tlmse is where seine nt the fun 's l.is . Jim It uiei.ii't hi bei niibn Fer the Older Ones theiu s-iime- a puny all planned, a nice, unexpected sort of one with costume ideas te match, euis for the girl the feet seen or the (,-irl f'ne feet one. And fur Tiny Ones picturesque Rimes, the sort of di-co- rations and tefreHhuientu ihe wl'i ' 1em till these things bine been listed. Ni just send n Ktamped, nd l drcNsed einelepe te Ihe Kdller of Weman's .ij;(., telling which party you wunt te hear about, or aeklng ler the continue biigirmlens te be nt te you. The Mtidy of Kitjs Turkl.-b While a has iic"n the c.M'er.1 te c w the palm in ruu weavuij tn IVrsla, 'lurkej has produced lemed itinrt tjna cf rugs worthy te stand bf 'de wai,j of the most beautiful of l'ersiai. r ir -ufae'urt. J'bee nre thr Jlergiine, Keu!n, J ftdik, Kerleh. fii.shnV riLd th flhlnples, made pnt.c pully in the ferai of prayer rugn 'Ih-; (.thl'irdes r .js are semetlrr.es if rather coarse weave, sixty or eigh y kneti te a sip.aiv '-eh, haiuiB In ! center a mihrub . - pruer niche n solid iiiler of r'd, blue, a lute or gree-i, with a lump misj tided from the te i. which repriseiits fie iKnt ,t imrr.er tnlitj " Th. .etin- p.nei whili eon een '.iitih 'his n'ci.e - .fti s.rriunded f tliri" or fiuir iiisui i .irreu str.pe. th-n e:i' u.fe e i 'ml horde- anil thn" or four nurruv ti irdera ugnln en the outside A second 'ype of iilunriles n usually w H ven in ' Ities nnd towns, dhows a leiely (.tfeet of tlnnil pattern in ini (lower and baf The mlur schemes are ery euhtle and beautiful, the dislgii most gr-H'eful and f-eti-f In ' Here nre often f- inii tree fernn, neint tlmen Heven In iiiimner, rTinhellzinx the (seNeu days ,,f erentleu 1'he tree 1h nf feurse, the tree of life, found Be rt peuti'dly in Oriental dentgiiH. A third tP" of (ihferdri rug is pallid thi Kis (Ihlerdes, nr betrothal rug Ir Is usual' nbinit 3'v; by 5l; feet Theee riUs are mu esi'lutiiej l,v Turkish minder k They lire a pnef nf the maidens' Hkill and taste, nnd Inte I them ure woven their hopes nnd dreams They un- a woman's most cherished possession, being the most personal part KVKN IN Till: NKAK-CAM Zt.t -nifrprlin of th l'i ui u I i;,ii'i r1" )i irrutT,M wi.9 dernenitratfl Ir tie nuc lei' en, net. 1'. Cf the Ilrt llilire tetn n' re rtllf' 'or. In Hm rn.i In v,' ifrn. nf nvpla. It vrt tut eni f It e in.in ,nui i.u plrtures rrac.n the lleturw.i -t tier ,f if rtur..U ".: ii. I.SUQBK. i: it Hal It " Adv. el her dowry. Tomorrow Uektura Ask the friend who drinks it! 4SC0 Coffee lb Winn Its Faver bj Flaver Iti In all our Stores Jim Hill Jonathans Hew you will relwli thr. h one! 'I he nisp, white, juice-laiien gefs'nejj melu in your mouth. And the nr' Jim Hill Jonathan jeu eat is just as rxeuisite iu flavor juat as apprizing. Jim Hill Jonathans come rem the fin est single apple district in the world Wenatchee District, Washington. They nc grown, picked, grsdc' and packed in accordance with the most exact require ments. This means they are apple-perfeci hen they reach you. Your grocer or dealei i ju supply yuu. Be sure the Jim I Jill 1-ibe' b en each bei. Wf .SATCHIt DlJTRICrCoerERATIVK AsSOClAT IOM A non-profit organliatien of growers operating tl,oeo acres of meuntjin-gusrtled erchir-U Oeaenl Offiti, Wenstshee, Wiahingtcn Jim Hill Cjpples m i,(rem Matures chosen cdfljle-land R Help Yeu un the Ball bring home the bacon, cellar the blue vase, carry the message te Garcia, etc. LITTLE Raisins, full of energy and j iron, will put the pep into you that makes winning plays. Use vim like it in your business, tee. One hundred and forty-five calerics of energizing nutriment in every little Hve-cent red box that you see. Cemes from fruit sugar in prac tically prcdigested form levulese, the scientists call it se it gees te work almost immediately. Rich in feed-iron also. Try these little raisins when you're hungry, lazy, tired or faint. See hew they pick you up and set you en your tees. Little Sun-Maids Had Your Iren Today? "Between-Meal" Raisins 5c Everywhere I i AW"