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to know that the joy of loving out
numbers of the joy of being loved
ten to one."
"It's a matter of habit and home.
For most men do come back; that
feeling that pulled him to his wife in
the beginning and that made him
stick to her till the siren lured him
from his happy home will crop out
again. Just as soon as the first shine
is off of the new infatuation, habit
will' take" charge again, as is habit's
way of taking charge of things from
booze to matrimony.
"It all resolves itself into, will you
want him then?"
"It's hard to get the right perspec
tive. Things look different from
where you sit," said Mrs. Wilworth.
"I will say this," she added in a burst
of confidence, "that the piccadillos of
my second husband did not seem to
me to be as great as those of my
first. Perhaps when I find the man
to whom I am now married making
love to another woman I shall say,
'Oh, well, I want to see Earl happy
even if his happiness is with some
"Perhaps I'll say that, but I hardly
think I will yet" we all laughed,
but just the same, little book, this
talk showed me that the most intpr
esting game in the world to a woman
was catching and keeping a man.
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
ORIENTAL MAID LAUNCHES
TROUSER CAMPAIGN FOR WOMEN
either Smith or Wellesley. And
while thereshe will launch a crusade
against American style amongst the
young women, believing that if she is
successful in converting the college
girls, they will go out among Amer
ican women as disciples of Oriental
Miss Ho claims that the clothes of
the American women are immodest
and at the same time ugly.
Here are four reasons she gives
why the Chinese costume is superior
to the American.
More Beautiful simplicity is the
soul of charm.
Cheaper the average American
husband finds it a burden to keep his
wife in fashion.
More comfortable the muscles of
the body have freer play and women
are not tired out by simply wearing
More sensible Oriental attire
tends to health.
Violette K. Ho.
San Francisco, Cal. To convert
American women to Oriental fashion!
That is the task Violette K. Ho,
Chinese maid just arrived from the
Orient, has set for herself.
Miss Ho has come to this country
for an American education. She will
enter a girl's college in the East soon
NOT PINING BUT!
I do not pine for human gore,
Yet boldly I assert
I'd like to slap the brainless yap
Who calls a girl a "skirt"