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telegram had read "died" instead of
"did." Uncle William settled down
for life with the fond and loyal
friends he had so misjudged.
ADVICE TO JUNE
BRIDES "DON'T BE TRAITOR TO HUSBARD'
BY MADAME SCHUMANN-HEINK.
The Famous Diva
There is another kind of secretive
ness that is even more essential than
that of keeping your own and your
friends' secrets, and that is keeping
your husband's secrets and the se
crets of your married life.
Up to the day you are married, my
dear, your sweetheart honored you
above all woman and you have ac
cepted his homage as a queen accepts
the loyalty of a courtier.
After you have taken the beautiful
name of "wife" your husband's honor
is in your keeping.
To no one not even your moth
er should you whisper treason in
the way of recounting his slightest
It is a hard fact to learn, but one
must remember that perfectiori is not
of man or woman and no matter how
well you think you know the man
you are going to marry, you will find,
when you live with him from day to
day, unexpected traits, and he will
discover the same in you.
Do not grow into the easy practice
of recounting all the little annoy
ances that come between you and
your husband even to your mother,
as the retailing of them only makes
them seem worse.
Remember, as long aa you live with
your husband you two are one, and
when you discover his shortcomings
to some one you discover your own
One of the dearest women I ever
know lived a life of unhappiness be
cause her husband was a drunkard.
Yet, even I, through long years a
most intimate friend, never heard a
word of complaint about him. While
there were times when this woman
thought her whole life had failed, yet
there came a time when, looking
back, she knew she had kept her
faith and her husband bound to her
with hoops of steel, because she had
put all curiosity behind her.
To be a successful wife you must
be as blind as love, as deaf at faith
and as sympathetic as charity.
(Another Schumann-Heink Article
YOUNG BROADWAY STAR NOW
IN FILM PLAY
Not long ago Viola Dana was
hailed as "Broadway's youngest
It was Miss Dana's remarkable
work in "The Stoning" that won her
recognition as a moving picture
actress. She is being featured in
"The House of the Lost Courts," from
the book by the noted English writer,
Mrs. C. N. Williamson.
Wash shelves with camphor water
and then a little turpentine. Rub this
up a ways above the shelf and danger
of moths and roaches will be lessened,