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WOMAN'S SECRETS! THREE SHE NEVER WILL
TELL ANY MAN, SAYS WINONA WILCOX
She may not cry out but from
that minute she begins to experiment
with wrinkle ejjidicators and cum
Youth is very short And age is very
long. And the great riddle of every
woman's life is not how to make the
best of youth and beautythey will
take cafe of themselves-but how to
make love last when both have
.Some -women pose befprfe Father
Time in the flapper's dreBs ahd the
aotreBs' make-up; some represent in
dustry and Usefulness; some symbol
ize power or p&tienoej but anyone of
these models is apt to prove as faulty
as another ""
Ask their secret of those who hate
acquired the perfect pose, (those
beautiful old women who keep their
men folk loyal to the grave, and they
are never able to tell it.
Self-forgetfulneSs! That is the
mainspring df Woman's happiness.
A man seldom ceases to love a
Woman who "finds herself" only
through her devotion to him. Abso
lute devotion of this kind is probably
the only antidote for the poisoning
fear of age which haunts and spoils
the lives, of most women. x
BY WINONA WILCOX
' Woman has Bfime special secrets
which she never discusses With ANY
man. She has pretenses and affec
tations, such as a pet timidity, to
which she Will OOyly confess. If
married she -will betray the hidden
dreams of her Spinster sisters. If a
bachelor girl, she will ridicule the
concealments of her married friends.
, But of the one great and universal
feminine secret she Will NEVER
talk to any man.
This secret 1b her supreme horror
of that indefatigible Worker in hu
man clay, that most accomplished
and most merciless of sculptors,
The vf act that woman often con
ceals her age or mis-states it, amuses
man: but from it he can never guess
the depths of the tragedy -which ad
vancing years holdB for her.
It is customary to glorify the se
renity which age brings ahd to eialt
the wisdom of great-grandnibthers,
bjit all this is no comfort to any
woman, although she may pretend
it is. She may repeat this fine phi
losophy as if It were a litany, but Tn
her heart she Bcorns it like a heretic
Father Time may mold majesty
into her form and dignity info her
featured but no woman ever yet
watched the rose tints fade from her
cheeks and a net of Wrinkles masque
her face without a spasm Of secret
To dhange may denote a spiritual
improvement but when did man
prefer THAT to beauty?
I A woman never seems oufto her
self so long as she 1b sure that a man
loves her and her alone.
v when he divides his allegiance
and his admiration she first begins to
criticize the work Of Father Time.
She finds the first flaws When the
man she adores looks past her. be
yond her, at a youhger face In the.
FAMILY WONT FIGHT AQAINBT
THAW'S EXTRADITION '
Philadelphia, Jahi 15, Family of
Harry ThafA will not fight to Keep"
him from being returned to New
York to face ohaff es of kidnapping
and assaulting Frederick GUmd, said
Frank Johnston, att'y for Thaw, to
Mrs. Mary Copley Thaw. Harry's
mother, ias taken rooms iff the hos
pital where her son is, recovering
from hi attempt at suicide. N
Eureka, Cal Will probably h6t be
able to save tf. S. cruiser Milwau
kee, which went aground trying to
i release stranded submarine H3.