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:* beMtito young body were tHyon mean that you don'; ntt any .morer sue tound to ip nuesiios. didn't say that," bo detendod iJy, "What I dla ssy v?t Inn It wouia be better to post* ' the .wedding lor a tew a'nervously jerked hie ring| her finger with s com little i I that snook so haraer than heart. "1 hate you;' she aula mJf. She toasea bis ring on a -.table that stood between Unk it over, Anne," he aald, tog the gowning circletrnHr ne nac slipped on her aulvering ES&iaaJer one enchanted night, fie; I need up hla hat to go. Til he; ek in a day or two wlien we have u tine intelligently to thing the iter over and your anger hu ;.ii:! It erer could!" ahe ejacum Kouiingly. "1 never want to !ryai again as long aa I live.' ilie ran up the sups, her sharp i. lisslo nmtnfin.lp E shook his head d sad atwed trie a haul that was be lingered (or a iau nil, wanted acrnb uaed or?ve | i on her dimity a huddled Utile back ory eobs. ihe tears came, tul. they seemed Intolerably tw numb, inaeuai* of pain that rollirtrned body. Bob e would never be ter head again, talk. Jdven when , sour old maid, lember and tell 1 their children's c her humiliating into a resolution, ill anybody about x the eud o( thai have assembled e would leave a to marry Bob. ig away and that trom ber again raw enough moult to go away?to Of course, she ' w to do a thing girls In stories tway trom home suceeaee in bustbeeo done could Id be left to aliasing Questions, appeared at the such bight spirits rew suspicions. brought goon S when he came I rt heart missed a heat a: "Bob always brings good she said, and tried to make ad as if she meant it And tws he brought hod broken :e was a -tennis tournament , 1 afternoon at the. Country Bob ma one o! the star t So Anne opened her closet [nd took from its shrouding lug one of the handsomest oc ousseau gowns ot- fllmly organdie. With It she wore ate hat that made her look i tnatoflri nf fwonhr.f^rn Kfcgr?herlaqSiring mother she ci BBjlalned that so many visitors gm .expected at the club that day, Kwihe had decided to wear something tOnttothe court west Anne, her jararetty lace glowing and dimpling Bunder a four-cornered rose-colored Kfiparasol that made a distracting bit Kffpf beauty against the green grass. She was with a crowd o 1 girls ,-who were to have been her bridesI ^Balds, and when by chance they /-^encountered Boh with an out-olM?town man Anne was eo much the Egengaged girl that nobody could Hum suspected the truth about Sjthat distressing scene that had (Sheen staged only that mornmg. Introductions over, the out-otBSwwn man eagerly took the para glol from her hand, l'aaslng on gxwlth hits, she looked over her iinpulder to say to the bewildered Ma*biton.ln white duck and battered Its Hat, "I am sure that you will: the match. Don't get overted, Bob, dear!" She took care only Bob saw the little blue to that danced In her mocking hen the match was on In cb Bob was to play, and altgh he had been In line form (.-the afternoon before, he made dot showing and alter a few utei play, even his devoted dreri conceded that a proepecbridegroom was In no condlto uphold the honor or tho 1 man VMva mlnnto* affor hA BIKFrnn out on the smoothly gtonaft'comt, the rose parasol had fsjwmfc had believed herself so pmre, she had been so feverishly fasrtaln that she could see the stag /wring thing that had come to her ttrbsgh without the flicker of as jtftissh, hut she had gambled without knowledge of that stost m all-deciding little organ of the HMt sight at Bob doing the usual KajSp In the usual way, with no Bngot of the corroding add ot suggestion that the; postpone H^wMdlng eating at the root of jjaruithly^happlness, had bees BSl^ttl^chLiffedr to drive to fewonder house that ahe add njtad bullt and had Just finish ttnmliihhigi In readiness for that ttt 'day when he would lift hei xttly and carry her Into the place Hi&.waa to be their heme forever jfti'opened the front door and Hmd-lt inlcldy behind her. She Hna in astomsnmeni. tveryHtn^on tableB, tabourets, booSK| and In the vide window sills toe: were flowers, ter favor She tossed oft the expensive with no care lor Its perishable ty, aid ran from room tto looking at everything, a band, cold and clammy stoat her heart Bob lovec Kg-to ??rry suddenly and personality. w SBm nR^S \ v By CORA MOORE, 1 New York's Fashion Authority NEW YORK, July 23.-TO the J umtiated eye this may appear to i bo a glorified negligee: No so- j instead It is a three-piece costume j ieslgned for aftomoou and evening ; scar. Grinagor made it and gave t it a name. The "Garden of Dreams" : it is called, and introduces the charming idea ot stencilling as a ] lecorative medium for gowus. ; The coat is a separate garment i md could 'ue worn ore,' any other < like a woman from whose limbs 1 age has taken the light bouyancy , of youth. She paused at the doorway of the room she and Rob had : selected tor their own. i < "So you do care, after all? Oh. i Anne, J lore you so. 1 hoped that ?u? wuuiu come uero?i anew uitu i if you did?" Bob was there, beside her, his arms holding her close. All her (ins resolution molted at his touch. "How could you?how could you , he so cruel?" i Then he told her, his heart hammering a comforting, confirming i retrain under her tear-drenched j cheek. 'You know, Anne, you've heen engaged three times before? i before I came along, and last night at the club dance 1 overheard two i fellows speculating oh how ion; it < would be until you discovered i that you didn't love me. I couldn't j bear the thought I didn't sleep a i wink all night, and this morning I ; went over to your house to test yon?1 would have died if anything ( had happened to keep us from llv- lag in this house of our dreams? i 1 couldn't play this afternoon?I just watched your parasol, ana i when it disappeared 1 threw away my racket and came runninghoping?oh, girl, you'll never know how much I have suffered today?" "Ob. yes. I will," said Anne ecu-1 tritely. "I suffered, too. but I de-1" srrverl If 1 did nromise to marrv i: those other men, bat I never eves put 011 their rings?I was honest with you. I don't know why girls do such things. They're just flat tered?" 'Let's lorget it!" begged Bob heartily. For he bad tested Ante and found her true. 11 I CONFESSIONS OF A BRIDE (Copyright, 1920.) "Ann Lorimer! Do you mean that your people are leaving vour wonderful new house, and their finely furnished rooms?and that e&inlsite white tiled kitchen?and ?and everything! Impossible!" I 1 managed to articulate. "Nothing is impossible in the i service end of a house this year, i Jane. Tell me, what am i to do!" 1 "We can't take vour guests to i one of the clubs, nor to a hotel,'' 1 said, "because we invited them to < vour own home, my dear. More- i over, we must show el those eitra-11 ordinary bird-and-follage decora-| tions. Cant you mollify your people What's the matter?" "The silver was In awful sbapo. i And It's so important, nowadays, and I remonstrated, askeil to have t it cleaned over. The maid was In- i pertinent I discharged her. Then i the rest said they would go. too. : Thoy never dreamed I would let them?with my luncheon two hoars away. Bat I did. And now-l'd like to know?what am I golne to dor "Let 'em go!" I said calmly. "And don't get flurried." "But?the luncheon?" "Phoned all the bureaus and the hotels for other help. I'll call up some of the places" It was a legal holiday and nil the employment bureaus were dosed. The hotels hadn't enough help or their own to "carry on." Inquiry and pleading, and offer of exorbitant wages netted us jnst one little girl who could wait on table pretty well, if she wasn't hurried, and who was willing to wash up the dlsbei 1 It was, Indeed, a sad plight. As usual, in an emergency, I finally culled up Mother Lorlmer. "Tall Ann nnf tn worrv!" shn Bald, blithely. "All my men ana women are away,' It's a holiday. TellAna I'll come right away ana1 cook her loncheen. That id, Jane, II you will help mo!" And so it happened that the wifo and tho- daughter at a millionaire munitions maker spent a stremions hall-day : in tho kitchen. And ft _ ight frock of plain material. The skirt of cream georgette baa & jine-bch footband -of horizon bine ihiffon with a stencilled design of lull-blown roses and their leaves iust above It. ihe bodice with its long flowing sleeves of georgette tnd its square cat neck is attached jo it underneath a narrow belt with i stencilled decoration. Then the coat is fashioned on timona lines and mode to assume < any* r\f ?arn1aocnaoa wrvltV." I A OlUUiUi OVi c U1 tMOMWOUeiN), HIM I shorter sleeves and a loosely tied itring-belt. i was by so means a unique ezperl-1 ence in the year 1920 in America. Tbere was a whirl o( work, as; first, but mother was fortified by experience, and I by a long course of training In a state university. We soon brought order out of the cbaos the bird help bad left behind. Ann's luncheon progressed successfully, we could tell, from the plates which the little maid brought bock to the kitchen. Her guests certainly appreciated Mother Lorlnter's otd-fpshioned cooking. "Why am I having such a perfectly good time?" I asked as I helped mother arrange the timbales for the maid to carry to the table. "Yon're happy because you have the ability to do this thing. Yon were able to adapt yourself to the emergency?and you were equal to it," said mother. "I'm enjoying it tremendously, myself. 1 suppose a normal human being loves to create ?even a salad?especially when it can be made as artistic as the one yon have just finished off, my dear." "And I guess we all love good drama, too," I observed. "I feel actually heroic because we've saved the day for Ann. But the success is reallv due to you. moth er dear. Never would I have had the courage to undertake this big |ob alone-never!" "Of course I feel perfectly at home in a kitchen," admitted the wife of tlio Hon. James D. Lorimer. "I 'did my own work" for years when 1 was first married. But 1 didn't have such a darling place to work in. Everything of the most modern type. Work simplified to the last degree?and labor saved. Nevertheless, the help eombine against the ' mistress! Times have changed. My help has always cooperated with me beauttlui'y. , England boasts 15,000 amateur soccer teams and 500 professional clubs. , FRECKLE-FACE Sun and Wind Bring Out Ugly Spots. How to Remove Easily Here's a chance. Miss FreckleEace to try a remedy tor freckles with the guarantee of a reliable concern that it trill not cost you a penny unless it removes the freckles ; while it it does give you a clear complexion the expense is trifling. Simply get an ounce of Othine? double strength?from any druggist and a few applications should show you how easy it is to rid yourself of the homely freckles and get -a beautiful complexion. Rarely is more than, one ounce needed for the worst case. Be sure to ask the druggist for the double strength Othine as this strength is sold under guaranted rf money beck IT it Ms to remove Freckles. FR! lit' ' . . . . u Ti N BB . I rafisSSBffHB V' Mm wwiM? o Beginning 1 Will Re SATUR SALESTUS annotmcement will i ular Osgood's patrons a] indicates our resumption of three hours only, on Saturdi in and day out'simply becatu dise to supply the demand. J are far below other prices f would save considerable by that the same rule shall appl Tricolette BLOUSB Worth More bat WiD be Sob Night For $4.95 Practically all of these sped' ed Blouses are new; new in s1 and very, very new in thi much lower than their wori handsompGeorgette Blouse included. They are worth up Organdie Frocks $: Alsn CpotvMp and Other $ at the Same Price A fine, large assortment sel our regular lines; made of 1 lent materials in styles for la wearing and many of then well for Autumn, too. It is Bpeak highly enough of thes you must see them to apprec usual character of the barg Many of these I i Were Priced up < VMtQodti u Mat mmty ECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS?( *ijr .iy~' 'v"-""v*v '%& t '-^f .^^y'-W A " k * JCJ ? 'omorrow Night Qsgoo isume Their Popular day nig: -6 to 9 p. surely be ta en as ^good news" by agres ad others of oar friends who visit us fr" the weekly sales which proved so pop: ly nights, which it would not be possible: se we would not be able to obtabsufficie Saturday Night Sale prices?as most woi or similar articles. It proved true in the p attending our Saturday Night,Sales am y tomorrow night and in the future as' ' DOLL: } HAT S. 1 Fifty women will enjo fits of this exceptions | for there are-only abou in the special group to this tremendous rednc ^ are good hats?everyo: US wasmadebyareputab 1 Saturday ^rere origjnajy j $15-00-0n Sale Satm Only at tyjcolors . $1 .(JO s price so ;h. A few JL is are also Jin W - I1 ' 1 iflkFroj nost;excei-1j ragga teSummeru ||8j|j difficult to \ H| Wga; date the un ||g " fjffP to $40.00 ]\ All the Odds and Ends in ( suits (excepting new Fall ai HE NEVER SAW A TYPEWEITEBI ( w OH-TCEC&ET ; 10v* toowrmrrw \ i</ IN Urmau biflwr' ( ^ ^ ^ IJ ^^^BPr ''' ;VJ? ; *;, \, . imicHPDUf in c VV merchandise ity be accepted fi fulness that all | priced consister fj fjy Watchfulness thi well informed am teous and obKgii These types of 1 mr* necessary to the store. "Wi&stri spirit ofWatchfn etpmtiyJt. fed that when w alar during things seemingly toofferday 1 ally watchful of mM*- mteresteast that one i we intend well. , _ ' A TvmK? I ________ n iiuxj JL yv> Special S< ALE Wi y the bene- SKI l bargain? tt fifty hats Genuine "1 i be sold at TMs nnnsoalofj fcion. Hey at a tame when 1 n& nf them wmf: atwrtipr W: le designer. mar activities /! thissmentb and ?riced<apto special sale not day Night need tat P10 yafaeaka-dis&: Worth 1 Saturday ? * Aj| For & R Night El^\3L 17^*1 ~ P_ ?:--fir\vuue a sS/ Frock "llMv We have very care: where around.flrirt? L*Vjl|- merFrockBvdiichv ^ ing three horns at 1 V* 'M You wifl find amo Organdie Brocks c H.' -fi /.' Veil as S25?Dossil P Higher. They are frocks. Many are i the special )ur Dresses display, all rrivals) are now reduced t EEFORE.)BY BLOSSER. ' IK OU.UE^ Wmtrr\& s25 1 L ^TBMTAJ 1-1 < II M )r I SS ^ GXC^pfaODfll s y ^ . .!$*?.; ' '^?BRB . J c... *rr.yWMwBB P?i89 -^jjpCV 1 '