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v &? m SHALL THE GIRL WHO BOARDS INVITE HER: J5kAU 1UHE.KKUUM.' T' A T JJ IN THE -"--. w Vy drugstore: WHERE CAN SHF , i M ENTERTAIN" HIM M WHFK HE VISlTc?.? ,9H ' "S. w "i WW I Hfc? V DOORSTEPS BY IDAH McGLONE GIBSON I found this letter in my mail this mornings It brings up a very delicate convention in the life of the working girl. 1y Dear Mrs. Gibson: I am greatly-distressed and about a natter so delicate that I cannot ask my friends' advice, so I come to you. I'm a stenographer, and my only home is a furnished room.Jheoung, man with whom I keep company IN THE. PARK.- wants to call on me, and I don't know, what to do. There's no parlor, anq( it's too cold now to go walking, so there's no place to visit except my room. ,,r What shall I do? If he can't call: on me he'll call on some other girt, and I'll fosejilm, and that will break, my heart. He doesn't think it's any harm to come to my room,' but I'm a little doubtful about it.' I want -to. .do what's right, but J- i 1 JmM.