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scented hip and instinctively
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f Compton clung desperately.
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CYNTHIA ' GREY'S DAILY
- CORRESPONDENCE (
' I am engagedto marry a young
man who'has been square with me
"in every way." Recently a woman
came to me and claimed that my
fiance is the father of her child 1
went to hismother about it, and
"she talked to him and told me af
terward 'that he denies the wom
'an's story. Whatshall I do? Tdo
not "want to marry him if this
story is true please help me.
A. If you have not faith
enough in your fiance 19 tbelieve
him in tHis, better give him up
at once, for'you will not only be
unhappy' if you marry him, but
you will make him miserable, too.
. t(l) I have gone with a -young
man on the sly because mymoth
er will not let me. go vjith him,
although my father has no objec
tions. I hate to do, this what
shall I do? (2) Is it fight fora
young man to give a girl ,a jevel
case? -3) What is a suitabletgift
for a young man for '"birthday?
(4)' What shall I -do to indicate
my appreciation t6 a young man
who has quitrthe use of tobacco
for my, sake? Rainbow. m
A. (1) If your father-has no
objections the young man 'must
be all right. If your mother's ob
jections continue,. the only thing
to do is to try Jo win her over.
Don't deceive your mother you
Will be sure to regret it some day.
Be frank withher,tell her that
you 'care for the young man, ask"
your father to help you by-expressing
his approval, enlist the
youth himself if he cares Sor you
he'll be glad-to do it and maybe
mother will-be won over'in time.
(2) If her parents approve. ($)
A book, a picture or cushion for
his room, ate'earf-pih sef. with his
birthstone. (4) Express it frank-
Pennsylvanian has invented a
trap nest that tells which of his
hens lays which eggs: Get it?
No? Well then, the trap nest
blames each egg on the hen' that
Great Britain feels that-sKehas
Uncle Sam's sympathy in "her dip
lomatic efforts to uphold mon
archal conditions in Qhina.-Now,
what doou think of that?,