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1 FACTS j "GOLDEN ~APPLE LEARN TO PLA Poor famous artists ? James Montgomery Flagg, Howard Chandler Christy. Pcnrhyn Staalaws and Harrison Fisher?gavo the "golden apple" of beauty at the annual Chu Chin Chow ball In New York to Miss Edith Hyde. . Mias Hyde is now telling Fairmont women her beauty secrets in a series of 18 articles written expressly for The West Virginian and Illustrated by photographs of Miss Hyde herself. This article is the I eleventh. I By EDITH HYDE 'The Girl of the Golden Apple." There Is r.o such thing as a perfectly beautiful woman. The perfect worn-: an OTtfifs onlv as an ideal. All that i any woman can do is to do her best i g to approach that idea!. TO' A beautiful woman is heautifu' j i 'Ally because she has learned j one lesson well?namely, to make the j best of her good points. Some women have wonderful comL Q plexlons; others have magnificent I fcalr jothers have perfectly farmed i -features; others have nearly perfect : figures; others have beautiful hands h and arms. Very few women have all j of these; and no one woman Is perfect < tn every way. : I But the woman who has : good 1 point should make the best of it; and 1 be should do her best to minimize 1 and conceal her bad points. The worn- 1 an with a perfet complexion would be 1 worse than foolish to use cosmetics; : the woman with a perfect suit of beautiful and luxurious hair would be equan If foolish to uso false hair, or hair : dye; the woman who has a perfect j ] figure cannot improve It with corsets.; u. T0 tinned And fnnt oun limn iit*n/i. It- U jum uouua uuu icoi aic uuaikiui.- j live, hide them. Don't emphasize j: I Copyrighted 1010 iy tfa |3L_g I Watch My Enemy from Tho dlver*3 suit was suspended so] that it faced Dr. Ortois ' bedroom.' WKh "half an eye" glued to a small ' opening In the blouse, I surveyed my ' e_pemy as he returned to the scone of action. I could sco that Certcis, like 1 a true man of science, took nothing 1 for granted. He locked the door of his room behind him and put the key !1 Into the pocket of his elegant dressing gown. *H3ood thing Jane Lorimer, that you dldnt 'decide to hide under his , bed until you could roll into the hall" ' was my Inward comment, but I had my doubts as to whether there was anything else "good" about the situation. . I couldn't take much time to dwell on general strategy, however, for I was having all I could do to baudlc the details, one at a time. The ono of the moment amused me greatly in spite of mv personal peril. The handsome, distinguished, finicky 1 Hamilton Cefttfis was standing by his door holding two wet and muddy pillows at arms length. Apparently he was unable to doefdo what to do with them. His situation, however, was not a bit more ridiculous than my own. "He laughs beat who laughs last." I reminded myself, as Cerleis started toward my placo of concealment. Ho entered the closet and paused close to me and it was only by a mighty effort of will that I kept myself from recoil- i lag involuntarily. The least tremor of that diving suit would liavo betrayed me! Fortunately, my agony was short, tn great haste, Certels opened one of the closet drawers and stuffed tho I soiled pillows away. Then he passed I nuloWy into the room which I had oc Of conrso I didn't dare to twist the diver's suit around so that T. could I follow Ills investigations, but I could < I easily reason them out from their re raits. GRANT TOWN Baseball. The Grant Town basoball team held I Its first practice Sunday and from all H appearances will havo a strong club ob the field thisi year. A manager win be elected this week who in a [ short time will be ready to book I games. Dead In Denver. - V Brykin Johnson, member of Local 4047 U. M. W. A., died at Denver. Col.. IMday. His remains will be shipped here and taken care of by the local. I.Several weeks ago he was sent to DenI ver to recover his health, but owing I , to advanced stages of tuberculosis the . change failed to do him any good. W. J. Sklnnei, constable, ia the own : er of a new car. ' S. W. Devlson. general manager of I the New England Fuel and TransportsI tkm company, will return homo today I after taking several weeks treatment I at the hatha at Hot Springs. Ark. gfggji Miss Florence Abbctt is 0:1 a visit to her former home, Louisville, Ky. Mrs, J. Powell and daughter, Tena, i were shopping at Fairmont Saturday. . il:,! . .. ..... ^ 11 AND FAN GIRLSAYS IP GOOD POINTS I SMB^ss*?^ 1<V :hcm. Dcn't wear elaborate footwear :hat only serves t-< attract attention to four unboautiful feet. Doa'.Vrav ,<mipicttous gloves on imbeffQllful '?bda it your bands are too large, or you lon't know how to use the.m gracefully, liut them behind your back, or keep : them still. If your feet are un&ttrac-: Live, do your best to make them altrac- j live, but in the meantime, keep them > under your chair. If you have unbeau- j tlful hands, and a beautiful smile, keep J milling and keep your hands out of sight. This principle can be carried out by any woman and it will add much to ; her attractiveness, with no expense! save a littlo time and thought in culti-! rating the habit of making the best of j yourself. laMrl! a Strange Hiding Place, Apparently C>rt<is made a quick sar-1 vey 01' tic pisre tor prr. ciuiy 1 heard ' him.close the windows then lie pass-] sd mc again on his way to his room. In ono hand lie curried the ribbon mule which I had so carefully deposited at the top of the rose trellis and in the other ho held the belt of my old cloak. He tossed the* silk slipper onto the table at his bedside, then he settled himself in a big chair and slowly rolled up tho broad belt at noatly as a nurse might roll n surgical bandage. Evidently ho accepted all the evidences if ecap with which 1 had so carefully provided him I My ruse had deceived him completely! He believed that I had fled from the house by way of the trellis. And he had given up the search for me, at least for the night! My muscles relaxed. I was safe for a few hours. "For a thwarted villain yon are certainly much too calm," was my un_ spoken reproach as 1 regarded him from a corner of one eye. "If only you would rage around a little, I might get somo idea of what is going to happen next, for Instance, whether you are mad enough to take up the hunt again tomorrow. But if you are only going to sit there and think, however am I to do my own planning?" As If to help his thinking, Certeis lit a cigarette, then he drew my photo across the table and turned It so that ho could regard it at his leisure through thin wisps of tobacco smoke. And ho smiled?a tender, not a cynical or revengeful smile. At Lhis I almost wriggled enough to set the divers' suit to rustling. 1 could j not picture Bob doing such a sentiraen- i ta! thing not even in the romantic days , nf our engagement. That was never i Bob's way. I hail to put tho thought! D5 my nusnana out or my mind. Hysteria hart become a habit whenever % dwelt on our loviytragedy. Mrs. A. Smith and Pearl Martin, ofFain-lew, were visiting tho former's daughter, Mrs. George J. Kirchner, Saturday. Mrs. J. McClure, Sr., of Clarksburg, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. George Trew. Quite a number of members of Local 4047 U. M. W. will take part In the parade Tuesday. The Daily Short Story Will be found today on PAGE 5 f>R<j>UP X Spssrftocpc crouf? is ?jr usuall relieved With >jne amplication of? jmc VlCK'SWORB^ rrottti BODYGUARD" - IE WEST. VIRGINIAN, FAIRMONT MONDAY JWRi CIES FOR WOMAN mmt^^rn^mmmrn^rn. , ^ I ?-? - I < ?? Important News About Spring Hats WE wrote down this heading and then w$ stopped to consider if it would be correct ?and then-we decided to let it go because it is true. It is important to all who seek Hats of Distinction that probably there have never been so many assembled as we are privileged to show 1 M A11V? TWAOrttlf pf A/ll'fl Tn tUp U!rt4-Atri, p ^ p.?m ill UU1 piCdCUL ?iuii\r5. 1AA LAIC 1AISLUIy U1 UUI CS* tablishmertt we have never gathered so many Hats nor such fine qualities, and, so far as we ^ know, it comprises a greater showing than may be found elsewhere. May we serve you? Hats Priced? 1 $3.50 to $35.00 "Lucille" Blouses and Others These popular copies of real French models are exquisitely designed of delicate yet durable Georgette embellish^ with i ,L handsome beading end con/trastiag embroidery /vork. NovC0^T'1;' sieGves> an^ th0 /jhff III o haV\ peplum\front are featured. OJfTyw J11 ? J er Blousps at lessejr cost are $so C\ ill 0 /D excePtio^ally attractive. WMm^ $5.95 tor $19.75 Slender-Form Pettltpckers Merit Your Consideration The new Slender-Form Pettibocker^ Shown here are quite the rage. They preserve the graceful silhouette required by Dame Fashion and are surprisingly low in price. In beautiful colorings or plain Jersey Silk. Pettibockers $6.50 in Jersey Silk PlainFrocksand Gorgeous One may purchase for very jvAJlittle or for quite a bit a i most delightful frock from ft!r* our Presen^ showings. We U | 8 f; are ?^er*n? that is new HI !f I J3cl *n ^reet Frocks, Afternoon HI lv I (nflf ^roc^s' an(* g?rgeous EvIn k ii(IJlJ Mlvnk cnini* T?*?f\rtlrn Ja I US k % cimig i iutnn. u?ci) UC" l iv!$J? T sired material is represent\ h f / ed from serviceable all-wool \ /(T-tf I / serge *? "chest Silk Fab\ / rics, W' $14.75 to $65 <The 'Besl Nfc, MARCH 31,1919. ANt) THE HQ ???????????????????.?|?,,, ?) MODISH / taster u Completely an Presented at WHAT matter even that there is an ccc; Spring is in the land, Easter will soo thought of womankind has to do wit day we are meeting here the demands of in< fashion leadersliip we enjoy?day Ijy day n marts keep our stocks in such perfect order Lamp is in our hands. Right now our show: tiveness and beckon to all to comnlete the S * Suits of Beautiful Desigr Luxurious Fabric The season thus far has brought fonvarc ably fine Suits among which we believe the ] now largely assembled in our displays. I sees these displays augmented by new arr the gatherings at present are representative novelty, every material, every style feature v be in the vision of those who dress discemi: vitation is cordially extended to all to seek week for it is likely that we have the Suii desires and well within reason in the matte] too. Simply as a brief suggestion we mention 1 vent which is correctly developed in Osgood exclusive Oriental waistcoat fabrics, and n jacket model which reaches nearly to the ki The Wide Price Range is $25.00 to $125.00i F?^luon &iys "Furs" , The model pictured above is the newes in Spring and Summer Furs and we antic-i pate for it marked popularity. Made o skins back to back (self lined) in doubl length and very narrow to Wear as a snuj necklet with the- loose end reaching to th waistline, it has been named the "grace ful scarf". In beautiful Fox, Mink ant Sable. $39.50 to $97.50 Varied Showing of Skirts The separate skirt A. < W JGa-, is needed for many r purposes and the ([ junusual array of u. WffiM Wj them here will please the most ex- p nnfirxr Tn Sumao SaffliSwf UVVlllg* Xil WVlgWOj WTMK'ryfr/rfU Poplin, Gabardine, |||Hh Plaid, Checked and |||j|S Striped Velours M|||i and in Rich Silk Fabrics' $7.50 to $35 *t\ : Place to Shop Alter All" ME CIRCLE I] ^m/rtl ]| d Correctly [1 Osgood's 1 asional bit of bud weather??., |J*| n be upon us, and the foremost' I i h New Wearing Apparel. Day by I creasing numbers who know the J U ew arrivals from Eastern style it seems almost that Alladin's || ings reach the peak point of attrac- | pnng wardrobe. 1 an?* H \ j/fl I WAl?r\??V- ? JwR 4^001^ ' ^ V' :Centimeri' Glov^jjll in Spring Coloi$|9H This is the fine, old Frenc$l|| rv*olr? iT'Ki/.li to mimNJit lilt. J\\_, M iU^ii iO gUUi '; ^ stitched or embroidered % backs ItiH and in beautiful colors to har-' mo^ize ^with the Spring ^Suit, j | H ^Hl "' *-' ^'rl ' - . -.; -s* ;? - ' -:v;