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Miss Ruth Cotton of the Heisen Fol
lies de Vogue posed for this picture
are made of soft Japanese crepe in
old blue., with cuffs of Japanese silk.
The "frogs" and butons are of white
"OUR OVERPOWERING LOVE
BLINDED US TO LAWS"
los Angeles. Can convention be
defied in the name of love?
Will it suffice to say, "Our over
powering love blinded us to the laws
of God and man"?
The age-old questions are being
asked all over again by a heavy-eyed,
sleep-forsaken girl, who seeks to
Sitting in her cell in the city jail,
Miss Georgia Church, a college girl,
firmly declared she will stand by El
dred W. Newton a married man, ac
cused of having contributed to her
"He whispered words of love to
me." she moaned, "until I was per
suaded to go to the rooms with him
where we were arrested. I did love
him so dearly that I di4 not need
much persuasion "
In his quarters in another part of
the jail the man declined to discuss
the case except to say that he would
stick to the frail young woman andf
protect her to the extent of his abil-f
The romance that was shattered!
when the pohce broke into the room
commenced when both young people
were students at college. There was!
a lover's quarrel They separated.?
The man began paying attentions
to another girl whom he soon mar-
The marriage was an unhappy oney
according to Miss Church, and the'
couple soon separated.
"I do not blame him for our ar
rest," the -girl said. "I am equally to
blame. He has not been happy with"
his wife. They have not been living?
together for some time. He prom-1;
ised to get a divorce from her and
then we were to be married.
"I know he will keep his promise.
EUdred i3 a good man. Our overpow
ering love blinded us to the laws of
God and man. I will wait until M
dred gets his divorce and then we will
HOUSEHOLD HELPS '
A piece of burlap will be found In
valuable for "rubbing up" the kitch
en range. Wring it from water and
wipe the range quickly. Even if the
surface is hot the hands will not be
A shoe that is uncomfortable from
pinching may be fixed by laying a
cloth wet with hot water across the
place where it pinches the toot.
Change the cloth as it cools. Try it
A cure for damp, moist hands is
four ounces of cologne water and
one-half ounce of tincture of bella
donna. Rub the hands with this sev
eral times a day.
Brown bread spread with butter ir
which a liberal .amount of papril
has been beaten makes a delicioji
sandwich to. serve with crisp salad, j