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aslr (Joes me, in a way to accept
mese same uuuipruimsiiig aueu-
Mollie looked puzzled and I con
tinued: "Mollie, the sooner we wo
men decline to meet any man of this
caliber the sooner will that much-talked-of
'double standard' of morals
r "Don't you think, Margie, that a
man can sin a little bit and still re
turn to- being good again?" Mollie
' "It is according to what you think
fijrare 'little sins.' I do not think any
iiiiiu wuu, lur uie ueiiuerate lusuer-
ilng of his vanity, makes more or less
loye to every girl he meets, while he
has a wife at home who would be
sent to Coventry for the same tactics,
is a little sinner. Since the Good
Man .found as an excuse 'she loved
much,' we are apt to say that real
Jove makes all things right, even for
a woman, but most of us cannot dis
tinguish between a great passion and
fc 'alittle desire. Molhe., dear, confess,
Eyqu were proud that a man of Bill
fTenney's age and station should
gjjf show a little girl like you some at-
, ''I was, dear Margie, but I see now
that it was nothing to be proud of,"
, said Mollie, with a look in her eyes
mat Doaea no gooa ior .tsni xenney.
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
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SALT PORK AND APPLES
Wipe large sour apples and slice,
without peeling, into quarter-inch
slices. Pry in a skillet one do'zen slices
of salt pork until light brown in color
and very crisp. Put on platter and
set m oven to keep warm. Pry the
apples in the hot fat, taking care not
Stojireak. put appies jn center of plat
ter and arrange pork around edge.
wServe with cxeam potatoes.
OH, DON'T! ,
'Here a fellow offers to teach you
do talk and drink at the same time."
'"For pity's sake don't let my wife
-find out about hiin."
HOME-MADE -CLOTHES -CANNOT
r- i.V U. , .
New York, N. Y. "Clothes do not
make the woman. A shop girl in a
simple frock who knows how to car
ry herself may make a better appear
ance than the woman in the Paris
gown who has "no style,". says Mme.
Henri Joire, who is touring Ajnerica
with an exhibition of Paquin gowns.
She pays tribute to the American
woman, whose heautyshe says,-home-made
clothes cannot mar.