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should walk during the high noon
of her life in the shadowy pathways
of disease. I don't know what she
should do. The head says one thing.
The heart urges another. In this
problem, as in almost every other,
sense ana sentiment cross sworas.
(9 Ita woman really loves a man and
if she is of the evolved cerebral type
she will not leave him merely because
he becomes a paralytic, even though
he deceived her to theextent of con
cealing a Hoom which he foresaw.
The best love of all is the marriage
of true minds. Very few men and
SAUCY TILT, SAUCYTTIATHER,
women really love each other when
they are married. For real love is
the distillation, the precipitation of
passion; that whirl wind which car
ries young men and women into a
union which is not really complete
till long after the whirl wind has died
Such love does not cease because
of physical disabilities. It is a love
which cannot be annulled by courts
or sullied by the dust of time, a love
which defies gods and devils alike
and smiles its immortal smile in the
face of death.
They call it the "Salamander hat" because it is worn with the saucy
angle so much approved by the "butterfly" type of girl, and perhaps be
cause the curious feather that sits so rakishly on the tilted brim is touched
with red, the favorite color of the "salamander" girl.
The "salamander" hat illustrated here is made of moire color plush,
and the feather is a gay affair of green and gold and vivid n j