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daughter in the way Mr. Autisdel
seems to love me.
"Do you think I have to stand it,
"I do not know just how you are
going to stop it, Mollie. You see your
parents still think you a child, but
it is disgusting to see a man as old
as Mr. Autisdel presume upon his age
to force such, attentions on a young
"I have often wondered why the
world condoned such offenses. Every
day you see old men at the restau
rants and other public places making
themselves conspicuous with girls in
their 'teens. If any remark is made
about it someone may say: 'Oh, let
the old guy have a good time.'
"Do you know, Mollie, I sometimes
think that men cling to youth more
than women and this, deceiving them
selves as to their fascination for girls,
is a part of their longing to again
experience the sentimental and ro
mantic emotions of youth.
"If Mrs. Autisdel has the same
longing the opinion of the world does
not allow her to indulge in it."
"Well," said Mollie rebelliously, "if
old Autisdel must have rdmance and
sentiment I wish he would pick out
some other girl.''
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
BEETS WITH SOUR SAUCE
Wash tender young beets, cook un
til tender. Plunge into cold water and
the skins will slip off easily. Cut in
cubes. Melt 2 tablespoons of butter
with 2 even tablespoons of flour,
blend until there are no lumps. Add
1 teaspoon of salt, y2 teaspoon of salt,
y2 cup of vinegar and y cup of
cream, boil up and turn over beets,
' The hip yoke on some of the new
skirts is a marked feature. This yoke
is not tight. It really suggests the
same line given by the rather loose
hip girdle. But it does serve to hold
in the fullness of the skirt at the
waist line, and it is quite satisfactory, i delights of army life.
To be successful in the studio of a
photoplay company, it is necessary to
be an actor of many, many parts.
So says Charles Stine who has had
an opportunity to pretty thoroughly
prove his own statement. Stine be
longs to the Essanay players.
BY ANI ABOUT WOMEN
"Feminism," says Robert Herrick,
"is partly the cause and partly the
result of the entrance by women into
the labor field, it stands for women's
rights to work for pay on an equality
with men. And that means naturally
the right to receive the same pay
ment for services rendered that men
get. At present they often don't get
the same wages. That is an injustice
which is so obvious that it will doubt
less soon be righted wherever women
prove that they can do the same
amount and quality of work that men
Over 300 women -and girls are car
rying on a novel recruiting campaign
in London, where they are distribut
ing circulars telling women of tho
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