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the unborn lamb the girl of 17 or
18 fnto a wife.
The middle-aged woman sports her
$2,000 broadtail fur garment in an.
endeavor to appear youthful and at
tractive. The elderly man who in
vests his jaded affections in domesti
cating a debutante has about the
sam motive. He dips his withered
spirit in the fountains of another's
youth. And is astonished that he
doesn't feel young himself.
Practically all the society debu
tante has to offer is youth. She has
no vitaL contact with the world. She
sees everything through the eyes of
others and the only thing that in
terests her very much is the reflec
tion of her own rouged and powdered
face in the looking glass.
But the girl who works has met life
first hand. She has learned patience,
broadminded tolerance. She knows
the trials of the business life and she
is apt to make a much more intelli
gent and sympathetic wife than the
girl who has been brought up to be
lieve that God made Adam to pay
As men learn to know this we will
:have more and more marriages of
mill girls and the multi-millionaires.
TODAY'S TESTED RECIPE
By Caroline Coe
Tomatoes and Macaroni. Fry a
clove of garlic or a few slices of onion
in 2 tablespoonfuls of butter. Whe'n
brown remove the garlic and stir in
tablespoonful of flour. Add a small
can of tomato puree and when thor
oughly heated pour in a cupful of
macaroni which has been cooked.
Heat a cupful of finely minced cold
veal. Stir constantly until it is thor
oughly heated and well mixed. Sea
son "with salt and pepper.
DON'T INVITE THE FLIES
Sidewalk displays of perishable
producfs in and in front of stores
should be prohibited unless they are
innlnsprt in show mrps whinh will
protecfthem from flies. I
DRAMATIC STAR NOW SHINES
- A&f iM ? '-' j
The girl who. succeeded Florence
Reed in the leading' role of "The
Yellow Ticket,' 'starred in, "The Mas
ter Mind" and played opposite John
,Mason in "Big Jim Garrity" will be
shown in new-movie dramas.
In "AnTnnocent Sinner" Katherine
La Salle plays the role of-Hinda, the
mountain girl, and the part is admirably-
suited to the dainty star.
HAD NO KICK
Hostess (at" party)' Doe's your
mother allow you.to" have two pieces
of pie when you are'at.home, Willie?
Willie (who has, asked for a second
piece) Io,. ma'am.
Hostess Well," do you think she
would like you, to1 have two pieces
Willie .(confidently.), Oh, she
wouldn't, care. This isn't her pie.
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