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1 I am 23 and have been mar
ried six months. My husband
was very gbod to me, for awhile,
but lately he has been running
around with an actress. Advise
me. 2 What do you think of a
man who wll beat -his wife and
call her bad names ? R.
1 Do your best to be more in
teresting and attractive to him
than she is. 2 I think in thai
respect he is a brute, of course.
I am in love with a girl who
works in another department, in
the factory where I work, but I
never venture to talk to her. I
' want to knowif she cares for me.
fAdVise me. "Love-sick."
"Faint heart never won fair
iady," you know. If you consider
her worth winning, you should
"find it worth while to conquer
I have been keeping steady
'company with a young man, but
a short time ago we had falling
"out. We-had exchanged pictures
and now he wants his back.
(Would you-advise me to return it
or shall I waft for him to speak
to me first ?-r"Broken-hearted."
Since he has asked for its re
turn, your womanly ptide should
not allow you to keep the picture.
Perhaps, however, the case is not
hopeless- When,you return the
photo, accompany it with a note,
expressing regret for your share
of the' quarrel, and suggesting
your willingness to be on friendly
terms again. It is probable that
he will be glad to meet you half
way, and make up the quarrel.
I am very much' in love with'
a man who does not returh my
love. How can I win him ? Liy
ing in Hope.
The way to win love is to be
lovable. That's the best help I
can give you. But how can you
love a man who does not care for
you? Why not read good books,
get interested in Something else
more worth while, and thus in
time' forget this man? The right
one will come along some day,
and you'll be glad this man did
not return your "love."
"Pigs is pigs" and the greatest
of all is the street-car pig.
The other day I saw a throw which anoth'er grandmother had
made for a coming baby. This child's bassinet was made of a clothes
basket and the sheets and pillow cases of old soft cotton, the little
comforts of cheese cloth and the spread of an old table cloth with
the pattern of wild roses worked out in long and short stitch with
tvwt-Air-tT4 i-ntfnti in cnlnrc T "U73C hfallt?fll1 . STIfl the whole Otltfifc
cost less than two dollars, but I am sure there was quite as much J
love in it as x sna.ii put miu yuuia.
Will send you the bed soon, and even you, my child, are not
looking forwardmore impatiently to the advent of your baby
than is YOUR MOTHER. '
CYNTHIA GREY'S DAILY