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Madge, if you must wear those sense
less heels you might possibly look
where you are going."
I did not answer, for I knew that if
I did I should probably cry. (I have
been shedding too many tears in
Dick's presence lately.)
Dick never asked me if I had hurt
myself, but just looked at my dress
and at me as though he wished I was
anywhere else. He fairly dragged me
around the corner to our hotel, with
out a word, and only ejaculated when
we got in our room:
"I must say, Margie, you do things
thoroughly when you do them. From
surprises to falls in dirty gutters
you're a wonder."
I never ansjvered; just took off my
poor gown and hung it where it
would dry and silently prepared my
self for bed.
I had fallen off of the mountain
top with a vengeance, and I think I
just hate a husband who, under the
circumstances, won't "pick you up
and kiss the spot to make it well."
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
CRIMES THE LAW SANCTIONS
Shooting the chutes.
Choking off a speaker.
Running over a new song.
Smothering a laugh.
Setting fire to a heart.
Knifing a performance.
Murdering the English language.
ACTRESS CREATES HER GOWNS
AS WELL AS CHARACTERS
Cleveland. Although she's called
the best-dressed actress in the west,
Princess Bryant isn't worrying the
least bit about the embargo on Paris
fashions because every gown this
actress-manager wears has on it the
"made in Cleveland" brand.
Every since she was a tiny tot lead
ing fairy processions in extravaganza
Princess Bryant has been her own
dressmaker. She made Cupid wings
then, she makes directoire gowns
now and with equal success. "I take
as much artistic satisfaction in de
signing and making a gown 'as I do
in creating a character in, '"a play,"
says Miss Bryant, "and besides, home
dressmaking saves-dressmakmg bills,
and that's something to be consid
ered by a theater manager in these
war panicky days."
Just as a reminder of carelessness,
the health Gfficer at Manhattan, Kan.,
is preparing to have unsanitary back
yards in that city photographed and
placed in a sort of rogues' gallery,