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Machmeiess Permadast Wave Soft—Beautiful—Lattinf "You are not chancing your hair vflth Robert's permanent waves.” Moderate in Price Perfect in Workmanship Hair Dyeing—Special Rinses and Touch-Up a Specialty. 1514 Com. Are. North 2776-2777 Woodward &Lothrof WEAR WHITE COAT with EVERYTHING If you are the “SWAGGER” type— you will like this Swagger coat in a white diagonal wool len—$16.50. If you prefer the clas sic polo, you will find it here in its most dis tinguished versions. Or, if you have in mind a lighter coat— choose one of the un lined white woollens —with collarless neck lines and cool cape sleeves. White Coats $|2‘50 to *2950 Ooat Fashions Third Floor. < TANGLED LIVES -—-By ANN FORESTER Anther of “Spite Wlte " CHAPTER XLIX. ANOTHER ACID TEST. IN Joyce's modernistic black and gold and scarlet suite of the Cam eron House, Maddy seemed more hopelessly drab than ever. Kitty swooped down upon the baby and carried him off—ostensibly to see the | goldfish in the pond, privately to wash I his hot and dirty face and hands. I This left Maddy free to handle and admire to her heart's content, paring through the rooms like a barmaid in a palace, the forgotten market basket dangling on her arm. But such things as market baskets and wilting lettuce and faded orange dresses had ceased to worry Maddy. She was in a transport of delight, loud with wonder and admiration. “My land, Joy-” there was an edge of awe on her voice. "It's like a fairy tale, isn't it. Remember that day when you said you wanted to be rich and have beautiful clothes an’ things! You gave me that silver vanity case Norman Weaver gave you—remember?” Maddy's words conjured up the pic ture of the sullen, miserable girl who had sat on the sagging bed in the hot little bed room—was it only six years ago? "That was just after you’d had a fight with Norman. You never thought then you'd be living up here—owning all these beautiful things." The small green eyes went over the other and Maddy laughed a little spitefully. "Well, he'd be glad enough to marry you now, I guess, that Norman Weaver! I think he was always crazy about you. Joy. He sorta cooled on Natalie after you left, an’ I saw the way he looked at you today when we met him on Main street! But you can't get married for five years, can you?” "Not and keep the money. It will go toward certain library and explora tion funds if I remarry In that time." "Well, you'd be a fool to give up this!" said Maddy, vigorously. "It isn't worth it. Nothing is-” A shadow in the beautiful violet eyes' watching her. "Nothing? Nothing at all, Maddy? Would you take—this in stead of your marriage?” "Will's a good man—as men go.” said Maddy grudgingly, "but give me a chance to have a little luxury-” She broke off as Kitty came Into the door with the placid and clean baby in her arms. Joyce, watching, saw Maddy's plain, freckled face suddenly glorified as though a lamp had been lit within her. She reached up and took her baby, covering its almost bald head with kisses. "Aw . . . you win. Joy. I wouldn't take ten times this for my kid!" Something hot and bitter in Joyce’s heart. Bitter as tears. It was almost as though she had made her choice back there in the bitter past. She had wanted wealth. Now she had it and love was denied to her. The only man to touch her heart—a cheat and a for tune hunter. . . . Besides, she didn't love Jim Keith! Joyce told herself with fierce pride. That had only been a mad physical attraction which had drawn them together on the Neptune. She didn't love him—she wasn't sure she didn't hate him. . . . She ordered lunch served on a cor ner of the veranda, heretofore sacred to Mrs. Cameron's bridge parties. Maddv looked about at the bright grass mat. at the porch swing with its gay awning, at the lacquered table and chairs and bright cushions. "Just like those pictures you used to pour over, when you was a kid. Joy; those bright advertisements in the backs of the magazines.” Maddv turned to Kitty. “You shoulda seen her. always with her nose in some book when I wanted her to go out with me and some boy friends!” Lunch was nearly over when a large car rolled in the gate and stopped on the driveway before the steps. Mrs. Comeron. Natalie and Jim Keith got out. Jim and Natalie had been playing tennis at the Country Club. He wore white flannels and a shirt open at the throat and Joyco had a flashing mem I - “Could a dying man beg a cup of tea?” _ ory of litm in a white uniform pacing the deck of the Neptune. A moment of blank consternation as Mrs. Cameron caught sight of Joyce's guest. Madd.v looked almost scared, but Joyce said coolly: "I believe you know my cousin, Mrs. Cameron. And you, Natalie. Mr. Keith—this is my cousin. Mrs. McNally.” “Lovely, oh lovely, you little thor oughbred!” the man applauded in wardly. “That's telling them! My sweet!” Outwardly, he bowed and smiled to Maddy’s bob and her embarrassed "Pleased to meetcher.” “I believe 1—er—know Mrs. McNal ly-” Natalie stammered with a 'be wildered look at her mother. But Mrs. Cameron was equal to the occasion. With such a look as Marie Antoinette might have flung her cap tors. she sailed into the house calling. "Come, Natalie” over her shoulder. But Jim Keith lingered and ad dressed Kitty as the door closed behind the other two. “Could a dying man beg a cup of tea, or do you want me to perish right here at your feet?” “To have a man at my feet I’d even be willin’ you should perish!” Kitty flashed back. "And it isn’t tea—it's iced coffee. Will the dying man come back to earth for that?” “Yes, if one of your smiles goes with it-” Keith teased as he seated him self. Ijghtly bantering to Kitty, gravely courteous to Maddy. Keith kept the ball rolling. Maddy was entranced. After the effect of Mrs. Cameron's snub wore away she was more viva cious, more like the old Maddy as Joyce had known her. “Even with Maddy!” thought the girl. “He charms them all—and all women make fools of themselves the minute he’s near. Even Maddy . . . even I. . . . ” As the others grew more talkative Joyce grew more silent, lighting down the strange attraction, the strange antagonism this man roused in her. As she heard Maddy grow communicative, even coquettish under t he attention, Joyce felt her checks begin t<* burn. “You are Mrs. Cameron's cousin?” Keith asked pleasantly. “Yes, but you shouldn’t hold that against her!” laughed Maddy, flattered at his attention. “I'm not hi her class at all—you can see that. An’ I told her so, but there's nothin’ stuck up about Joy. When she ran into me down town she just made me come up here for lunch. I didn't want to— lookin’ like this an’ all, but she made me come.” And as he made polite answer to this, Jim silently addressed the girl across the table: “Oh. gallant! I knew you wouldn't let them cheapen you, my girl!” His dark eyes brushed her face as though In caress before he glanced again at Maddy. A tumult in Joyce's heart as she listened to them. At first she was angry. “He is insincere! He's secretly 1th| trade mark At Sloan’s Art Galleries 715 Thirteenth Street REGISTERED The Harris Sale (By Catalogue) Embracing In part Valuable European and American Furniture, both antique and modern. Antique Chinese Porcelains, European China, old Glassware, Sterling Silver, Stiff Held Plate, Important Paintings bv ar tist* of note. Oriental Rugs In all weaves and sizes. Very l ine Dining Room Suite (retail price S3.B00). Curios, Ornaments, Jewelry. I.usuri ous Easy Chairs and Sofas, Valuable Modern and Antique Hail Clock*, etr. 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And seeing his grave attention and Maddy’s sparkling face, Joyce was sud denly ashamed of herself. Was Jim Keith truly insincere and selfish, or was she doing him an Injustice? Had she the mean mind? Had she been unfair to him? Joyce's doubtful gaze was caught and held by a sudden warm glance from Keith and her heart leaped madly. Norman Weaver was not the only 1 one to undergo the acid test that day. . (Tomorrow—Jealousy.) WILLYS LEAVES WARSAW Retiring U. S. Envoy and Wife Start Journey Home. WARSAW, Poland. June 1 UP) — United States Ambassador John N Willy's and Mrs. Willys has departed from Warsaw for the United States, I where Mr. Willys will re-enter the I automobile business. Officialdom of the capital said cor I dial farewells and Marshal Joseph Pii sudski and President Moscicki sent re membrances. The marshal's was a silver-framed autographed photograph, while the President bestowed the Grand Ribbon of Polonia Restituta on the retiring envoy. 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