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IL York Hopi Dy AAa Ut - tef e M tar isdly Ni. - barse -a have been, Stor row saeeea~ed ess rtyenough what tatersrins at ass Saab nut meat empllsE. A thatr was neither tases MW hediati1a b his uove ments a he swan shout and darsed ilia actie.. Eo his day r--e MMwulaly had let ar woseud too Darns tres. werhersto be intlidated by, a yuth w& Mind even to observe the aeSst our -M a.t ot removint be eaft befere veatuuing into bat. A Cemba leal. tnpersIeasil and bnpers aany he orrg his batterd helpmate to one gt_ intet ea Moicng of this truble.aar who had dared to htaterfr with an honest man his hesedt diveresoas. Nor wasa thete any traos of hedt otaes. on the other hand. in Owen Starow's .nevemests. - He was spalise than the bare-arasd Her. ecew bn te deno jumper, but his er asInths of north woods ' life had et, him trained to the bone. .Lif in the opes. an that spring and sumer., bad -rpened his weeks t hdgdsip with endurince and ..lf-emfm ee and the quick tioted -essu , o a aat. M]are then owns, tap. be had A04 up before men quite as burly as Munaly- lnd had been ae to hold his own. Yet 4hing that hard wal seltsmurspoe,.was e ir t, the Creeader, the willfl the righter of wrongs, the morale of the lover at decency outraged beyond endur anoe. This isprssIon of nightly en thotes ias tkeided to !trve5 by ienory seth a l giri I No AM er open window, .van $ ar with 1 deteatianatca 't have the afair a cleaset ne0r brIt ad dedive as it was be. rate. But the vast maajority t fights in real life, unfortunately, are not. of this nature. It is something peculiar to the PAINTE] CONTRASTED WITH ByBeatrice Fairfax Who d paa Unique Positibo In the WtigWerMd as a Anther ity as th se e1s lfte. ?I WAS very much pleased while reading your column a few days ago to find that there wae stud some young women that have not leet their heads over the latest dance steps and know the rea meaning of the word home.' That's one of precisely thirty-nine letters from men which came to me after I'd. published a plea from a girl who wanted to know it she w-se dooied to sit at home unloved and unsought forever because she ten't nedern. doesn't paint and powder and "play the gene" after the fasb ion of so meany of today's daughters. "Where are the men who like old fhiened girls" she asked. . And thirty-nine youths from vari ous parts of the country wrote in telling me where these men are and registering their admiration for u, girl of the simple, home-loving type.. That seems to answer her question better than any assurance of mine can do. Yet I want to quote again what I siM to her and what is borne out by the testimony of all theen eager youths who long to know just .such a girt. "r 't be discouraged, my dest," I to tier. "There are plenty of men who are looking for a simple, hor-. toeling girl and who wilt appreetate you when they come to know you. TDon't change ?our standards. fr your charaeter is part of you and it would be like cutting off your rigAt arm to tower your belief in all that's ........i I- Be eat@ to~ .Ae sa4~ udt a *5 - a aA arow.e her pilt The man looks up and cal, the indignant girl a name that rouse ths fury of StBrrow. pages of resaneo. that'quickly and carefuly delieted blow et the -clenohed fast. Which sende l11 sprawling tensmlaniutly earthward. And Storrow aso #wakened to the disoomooertng ast that the present combat was not dew~sed to be of that engagingly remantio dispos tins. There was no. prompt knelk. out, no cool and lightinlg4ike coup de grace. For Mutaly, in the first place. warn an eppoaent e uaepect ed solidity, a hulk at aketamig hard ness. An4 the human fit, no sa ter what the, will behind It, is an Instrument of ualified etfioiency when it comes to a matter at pte driving repentanee Into crporeal grgsnes. . Fleoors and phalanges. whem In too violent clleision with bars and in. mW. cannot hope to survive seo ao tionas without Injhry. And fighting wit sore kauckles i altogether as uainvltingg du walking with est. fee4 Th ghe-4iW fires mear hays bsrn, the urs and esmusree of a lliime q-OW bat did not altogether det a. D DOLLS TOM.0VING -G1RLS fil and swest. Many a girl might read that and say: "Oh. she's a woman. /be emit know hew the men feel. And she's old-bhosned and priggish. t'a right to preach. But a girl wiantat be popular. to be sought so, to have a time. The men elb painted dole and take then st. 3s what's the use of ito the Ideas that have gone out etyief' Set the testimony of thirty-nie min count for something. doesa't - Of course there are plenty of men who like "pep" and Jess" 9nd all the thoughtless. careless l' so many u1s affect today. But are they *marrying men, Could they support a wits If they had one? And woul4 the dancing, so iety man be good to a wife if he could support her? It isn't the number of Invitations a girl gets to a cabaret that make for her future happi pas. It isn't the dance partners she can be sure of or the motor trips she goes on that do anything to inete a girl's future against loneliness or to a sure her of a home and the joy that .as of a real love-.partner - a~, sturdy, high-princi Kfl.&dreeIs worth all the caual vittinsin tne worMd. But you the likes gaey and light and color, and the gi who hears other girls telling about their good times and their invitatlons is likely to forgot that mnest of those good times don't lead anywhere-be yond a tired feeling next mnorning, As long a the world last. human nature will crave real com len ship and understanding. 'fe girl who longs to be invited about and "shown a goo4 time" has a bigger desire behind her wish to be pop ular. She keeps hoping that whil she flitting around she'D mseet the right- man and gt her ehanae to mnarr5bg tnd madg a home. alut the idn who wants to marry and Maake a honme and make himself and a womnan happy ls't daneing his evenings away. He knows better than to wear himself out in the pursuit of plea. sre so he won't be fit for the pur suit of esucsess. He's plodding ahead to the geRhis ambitions. And he's loing orthe sweet, simaple, heglpevlttig girl to share his nest e'dreams. Maybe the M-feashioned girl doesn't have a gay present, but she has a promising future. White ivory that has geeyellow mtay be restored to Ioit na color bingat oru s nv pa lng the artiede inte ti lleaving until It turns white. hen take It out, dradrub J7 with a ofatee putty poeg aod asan 4_0 OVM e as rlt wis b htn u a Oies e thed hMMit Ihat del; teespr w 4 , M~s.abaa. ssmeshie -ers ad9ine. #**c heats, hoWer pIed aren er n.4 "ise by .terrow Doud taste the MRt swet' Ot his ripplng os. He 'ie alas gee blood **uge 4s oat es his Up, and the ammb sla to his bruied sad batterd kraglese.bsaem some. thing to be no Jer vwlebsd. 1' remeatbered through a msist et b. tiges, that he was not outiag the herei fgure he has eabeeted. Hfe roalsed there wea deftists 0it What was wors., he awakemet to the faet that there wete mere bese, than es. sow wm e ' him anthi ign=em us etet, tiM and ti preve thss In whedow alter $rin dow above hits. And with a gdp of of the Jaw he oek. hmmtefln hand and bean to fight s he bad never fsndt belle. , A IL IGIW? cEsAhl storrow staatiet . mf by no linger giving greund bsemr asp rior' weight. Even wheW feroed to his lins. be dughed. umhed ant in some wa# swagtmow a n to his feet. Tot if he 1e0ght fersody, be also founght dlbeeately. He kaew that thern must be ap wasit f en orgy. Ne. weided over' his flmes bones, oppses.ed by a felish hAer that he might break one -t thus' sad finaa mI.swith a uesi hand. ' alma and burning as is kucklae had bemems, -ae tmpet malit the obdurate hulk of which they Me repeatedly thumped and thudded, he remembered'they were ailio ha to depsi .upon. that they When aGir By Ann Lisle (esrnar9%3a0l.s1,>retuf arMi. T Na" a enuhtuhI ..d ... g... ..t wouldn't mid gestidg rid of him to haul m. p tort for the minute, so I replied cireumspectly: "'9f coons, must de m, you Dick W44L S ur t, srseal lcal him. I think you'd de eveqy me em oerned a good turn by giving him M I ast to get a me sage to him, tee to esa t by Is that hNO ad -mighty younw wom an down Inyour elbads op." snickered Dad Lee with an intent I moul hardly athoem. "What do you meant" I demanded. "Oh, nothing. Only maybe she knowe -ckleboy better then sae's let on to you. may" that time you met me down to your husband's 0 fioe I was there to me if she'd tell me where Dick is instead of being there to spy on your husband. as you was unkind enough to let me see you uns thinking, m'iea." We bned each other then for a -oinent eye to ey. Athe ques tion I'd hardly pe~dted fnyaelf to ente tain in tas deepest reeseas of my mind burst from ase them. "Tell sne the truth," I eried.' "Le' have done with pretes. We've nothing to gain by e'vading tacts. You're alone in the city and no longer young. I'll not do emrt you now-under any eonditione. I Won't leave you to your own re sources. I'll stand .Rut first I must ask you one y(ss in he verge trn then thad that is 'served is what the husiband wants to eatf' deemaded Whe Woman's marrIed flund the other day. ghe was brate. '"T'hough hubby has the privilege 01 'eating out' at lunch timne end his wife hasn't, neverthelees nothing tan be berved at borne eucp that whieh he ll e, er It it Is hoants em injured yunever have the behrt to try it agi. "I awoke to the reaimtn. es tir day that onl thre e~hee had been served Ia et house ansthe. They are only eas msy buamad like. I leathe themt I ted e hours making a jeily I mr fruitsaeine'ot Mny hatbandwo' taste It, and our house i~ o rem en a * ..'' *lP, *; ".' fit, ..~ r.4 " - r '. 1 I I Dr Storrow, to wes Room, 84, eu 4&thqlr waat ltIv. u~ee. disk to154ef aer g etv. The twill .ttlsioesee WmIOSs., oe this - ' 4011 - e a alat Psalot, u ww egt ""but a lstUSSt7 peeep+.. dhom -i the tie5'ofast. Ale ha.b irgamv ila sk 119 Mukups lei. , wide' t 9tstyt us":to mt kwel eet MAe *mhWed /e -tieii~ -w ee4~~ abot NO -psa * ee uo I than .a dbm !u U~ d . lmwim of -'ous r - tb. telitas. $ 'e now to No the air. Ad bb Alms ~w ukf flae aw, ?tiY.4 Med . prewe themailo In a gude. r questUps. 'WUI you grt It!? m you spot to "WON nmein wot the- It hr "Satre I will. Sne wboa do, I onm7 Ey asythggbh Wk e truth?" asbed Dad Los, eying as "Th tll mtellW m why, 700. qme across the "sma"r to Meet Me. %a me what 7 ane to me. Inv tm host I feel trat you coat ~'t nfb, . auythlzij but thj beet K "Meg to You, eh. m deir-bi sot -tt freagues 't the voow bey r". rqe' lnt~ruptd d Los suavely. Nowm o'r. nevous a" , to a Wsah4 I ra ya king UP all hee thing. That's It. ato't It? . "Noe. It ls't!" I auld. "'I can'S bsevI.. that myw ftbr would ever be final.t with morn Ulm Wam Dls brow and DIah west. I coat believe that amy ornes my blood" Aaala 7DM LRe Itertd m with as air af asthoilty there urns no deaylavt "Youir. like your mebsa. Sbe was superior to me., tao Dut she o . 1 *1 a the Humorous tide of Hi - vOeSs enmelatight whi- beught a. tlue pawp of pomest rman the eweaeneused ?vet does. Mualy was M'eeding by 'this time, bleeding profusely and ple esialfy, strshing a evdees n d et-rtaldy wat ,to the wait as his bags paws --4(3e4 the air and ten se disressai em M tnptrima. -.. waiertg wees -hbl inoe belled --e..s abet at. r. arse,-M Ja 8. 't Maqpw md already doV seses ,se ed. He wea even be to iMbesuts wth one-half of his Mtt bray huno whish hand it would be better to usr e that fl bleer, that ultI neap kohsah-t which was urely mLisle'sPo . year. people. I'm an old. youp imbtaat t a care yeahurt kr oml dad with e a,. t "' ."' sya dfferea " I replied slowly. 661 swIb "W bld e wblmirr -with a usn wsete t~ee "Disk and yas shout I t." Directly I was out of Dad Lee's hotel I crossed to a nearby drug a lon fethe telene booth d cad " benumbr MbelStars had .,ves ..i ase I wanted to reach her outdie of otfic. hours. She was not at home so I started up the street for my otel. It was. a lent walk, but I felt the seed of hilling the day somehow. As I tramped itang I tougt over my talk with Dad e e. c r tea ent time sae our lnitiag th flrin A9 - e th- n & i thehen A ooen hea te, tasseed a the e asnd up mm~ hpnna a nav basnonfnothe fathner at the? wttinoe.atwe e h estrdas a Lttidid mt hfetbeewarna doo - of nierilpla tagventfe .(neofth o her, ol id i8 a i ol o .nvytilre uzd i gyt, opas l thwy deo wnth i Struggle to Get Started. geigg t be ... .. the already .esr.be -.h...... Analson as sterie was to tr.t imph, he schetet himself Anto a !t- of sneofa wid if denberatease. UAi remembered the breehouderud girl in the wvidow above him.- Be desired above eyesytbhng that ohi saould witnese that. iftI effrt and pewnise its enset. Se he with th end, morcUledy. -anou guardedy 'for poson arA grouping, even while he inwardly cogitated it bhere the blow should 1l placed. T.e ha.e t.r thrt bl.w w.. hnany before him, and the otrug Os of an overheated and rldisu cmlar Serial Piad bes the eeling Dad Les bed put into his pre-te-ta-s. Of his loyalty to -Dick West there was no question. An something ot the, ftvor of that fine feeling seemed to get Into Me voles and meaner when be spoke et my little dead mother. For that I found uayslf beginaisg to feol a ceartael tion of him. * "If only I could trust him and love him as a daughter should." I reflected. "It would be easy enough to forgive him for desert 'dng us long ago--snce that brought us dear Father Andrew. But I can't help wonderin if he's going to play a sinister part in my Jim's life. And there, as I had to acknowl edbe. was the crux of my feeing. I couldn't conquer it. So I tried to forget it in a brisk sprint which brought me to the hotel in a warm glow. The rioment I entered the lobby I noticed a familiar figure sun down In hte heavy upholstery of a big couch across the corridor. Even though I'd never before seen her in hat and coat, I r pognised Mabel Stors at once. With a queer feel. lng of premonition I went toward her. She met me half-way. "'m so glad you got my mea .ager" I exclaimed. "I didn't get a message," replied Mabel Storr. "Did you want me?" "Yes, I'e bees trying to reach you bytelephae. Didn't you "I only knew that I needed you," she replied. "It .seems strange that my-coming answers your need, (To be Cestisned Tuesday.) LOVELORN No Csam for Alarm. DRR MIII PAIRPAX: About 5itanonths ago I met a young lady whpi I learned to love dealy. The. other day she told me the first eouple ot months she $hought of nme night and day. She insists that she MUn libe me, but not as ii the bgaig e 16 it possible thergaa regard wil waab and we be just friend.? Can a person love sq she dlabs to have loved and them that love cool? PUIPLUXUD. JDOUBt If the tseeling through which the girl went at first was worthy of the name love. I'd cell It ea Infatuation. Now that It has steadied and isn't wild and Anrbutent, It's worth inore, Per haps there's far more happiness for the girl-and you as well-In this ser affection she feels for you than in any wild gush of feeling. Dent worry about this lasti e4 -ads -w , e ts GaB wai Q M W M amt M l. 's t~ie /A 8kvb'Nmra*hp's etmt M ek Wie tawe a hantdoat essent, 'se Med that O0000 M -ei , hoisi -~ --,~ holy .. e his his hse as "e of w oes . Me. thaes e e S ed nte p s ar -e the w m oms - -t - -easgssse his - sens her lej aM seaster. Aa digpnse, was ahot to be seeped "ges the sa d et I. qit. unnotise by ae art .oc j .. U $ to s a" grsiptng abeut that hghwaikd bsi eA's veashe* three tre bansmet deer and .moght pees Ae g tmt se .oe.hove with which Michaet Maiy bad me to -segy demeestgated his etrength an her otr lniguant paros. SUlppieg dafk to the held Otennflht. she a, ache the tap presiUwss t.er row, with is chevel .olted above her head. Se d not denbearsta, baane there was ne need for deliberatie. She maw her ehace, and soe ed it. With a etrength berm of rlght eens badignation she brought the breadsde of that heavy evel down on the head of the youth who had so lightly ineinuated his peron Into the lntbroeie of feiy relation Xe M Seher. It was as onameaitetd blow, It was also a weorkoanlIIh and wea pleced sue. It brought a world. ot. ered with asphalt. .atpping up gminst Sow' $startled toet. It did not eeve him altogether seaen selous, but it left. him stunned and lisp, like a wet featherilDSe. It left him with a child-ike craving to rest there, proee on hib back, until a much-aibehavtog universe could again swing book Into balance. It as left him with p6 altogether nw-bern lasne asto that en emy on whom his aterest had been so acUvely and ae recently centered. gWlrow preferred resting there, on the cemfor mNe asphalt. until that mmentary dos deserted him. WIVES AS 4 PARTNERSHIPS IN PAETNlRHImPI in writing are p few: rare, sil are uartner shtpe between men end wom en, huiand. sad wives. However. the deaths of three novihstm in the last few years sggets a trinity at partnerships In each of which a wife was an able donabgrator. The marriage at7 Egerton Castle and Mary Sweetmna gave English fiction a now note. Thir Initial novel. "The Pride et Jeaanlo." stormed the hihi of pogularity. The Wfianem, C. if. and A. M., had. himte di e, a love et lead. tingilag adentemes but they dipes at first to itage is In men sh ien. In heet, theSe two, -tgte over ass gieseet what ene write *0 oga "mtodrn GIVE BAK ER" TO E The almost unceasing at work off th good anda necessity. Of '. Cocoako te it does mt mee... . . ete. Just as good danious, too, of fine fiav xaD3 WALTER BAKE~ Msli S DVMSTR 4O001%e NOaXnd sow, To , as-wer a - aia at ag ss"e ah ammes tenesn ede at nw bu an pasanl ds .her tier e spe et , w od"e e ,i w an eac siloMoftMt ouuta sladiaher, the eisas ut an* - eIIs "Sy brugt sea iss. he fltter mss. wadow es eachst tue1s adrsse St the a d de aM. of ta-t @ingtarea aser ed -bu sery, mosment - woe ee IhU. bremshtia hs hti thes hitse ao. kSn lege dee.mpa Ter of hha b bm Se 6.4 r rw ack tos sdeses. *as New dowg f~na, any nsel s~. bt the had fet awem. A t that very asement othr wenme wereeaen tamplatig his helpl.essne., his he. nlation, his pstee of sathe The st g of that bres t it" te baek te his w.i.. pe sam bed to hIs feet and spat the Mlod But his mouth. Thee. stl a lt tih robiy he stagsered towald the only oover that presented itself. This, odety anough happened to be the andedt daoe which opened in tod the amiet a meae Mfhy But tweow1. ith his head stil throbblog, was hfarst to afl such ataen. The one thing he dcnanded was .enluuia. He ached for the quiet and peace of his private and ps alquarters. just as the ug. abrt gi1sly aha for his lair and the wounded lion for his cave. E wanted solitude and the balm pf Time on his bruises. For his Up was cut and bleeding, his head was a ball of pulsing fire. and about his body were many spots extre ely sensi tve to the touch. Yet he dreaded the thought of public parade up throu that peering-eyed hotel, for bi hitnal. ly taaltidtous person was bedreggled with gr and stabed wIth mm Sled dust and sweat. i - volve explanations. cad emboM s - meets, and lead in all probablity to still deeper oompllcatloms. frcge OCssibsae d Meaiera Caerrit. iese, N A Wther aates. (PauWb e br Arrsagmeat *t11 tatersa. Usual ~eatere Serie, Ina.) 3O-WRITERS WRITING ARE FEW automobile ..t.on. oA new novel by the Wiliamsons Is In prospect and it is probably one of the last they wrote together. It is entitled "Vision House," and It has, we sre told, the ame romantio charm and vivid action as their famous "Lightning Conductor." At the time of Mr. Williamson's death several stories were more or less mapped out. Thomas W. HansheW was once spoken of as "the man who shook stories out of his sleeve." He left at his death a veritable pile of schemes for plots, notes and unfin ished stories and books. His wife took up the pen where he dropped it and has finished more than one manuscript. THEM SCOCOA >RINK tiviy with which children sir surplus energy makes trltious food a continual ali the food drinks Baker's most perfect, supplying as valuable material 1cr the i their growing bodies. Lfor older people. Itisa r and aroma.. Nu.Y aYv R & CO. LTD. had 1780 IASSACHUSeUrS '