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MAN OF HIGH IDEALS DEFENDS SACRED UNITY OF THE HOME Among the letter* from correspondents today disewsing the Perpetual Courtship plan, carried on in separate homes by husband and wife, as before marriage, are two of odd con trast. One is from a man of Mature years whose past life tn a con yen M heme, where his father and mother lore one another dn'otedly, stamls out as the big ideal in life. The ■ other is from a little woman who manages her home and cares r far her brood on a few cents, where other women spenil dol ■ lars. ami who lives in constant fear of her husband's i>ile I temper. She feels the separate home plan would be the ideal I «r<?y for <1 husband ami wife to live and rear their children. I I will be glad to print letters from others who have had Liomr experience along this line, or who entertain views on MtAr subject r. !£.■. Following are the letters: Miss Grey: 1 am a bit old-fashioned, but if not too W late I would venture an answer to those who do not believe I in the oneness of man and wife, and are trying: to teach their [ twoness, and that the unity of the home is best secured by a | division of interest and life. This in the face of their vow F at the altar that they would permit nothing to come between them save death. It is passing strange that this new propaganda should be taught and practiced by women of culture, refinement and undoubted ability. One devotee has declared that separation was necessary. for she herself wouM K bored to death looking arrow the I table at the «n» man for one year, adding "whoM conipsinv we* thrust UP<in her by rustom." Note thi» *»» j. laid about the man of her own f chooeiag It la easy to imagine the L (tiyguit might be mutual. It la not I atateU what «u *o repetlan' to her. I his tare or his charn.-ter. l>rhap* B He hung his napkin under hi* chin ■ An utter want of reepei-t arrue* an H utter lack of love. That about iuma f" «p the situation It Is to b« noted that the advo on tea of this separate 11/e policy are L careful to secure a marriage license I This show* acumen and fore- I thomtht Befau.se dunng theoe visits by invitation It Is a foil to Mr* Orundy'e ton rue. maybe It la also an effective weapon in the event of a rmKi by soma purity *quad If the le(il permit was rotten for any other purpose. It has not been made clear. Children? "Baby arm* and buby prattle?" Faugh. In ehort the new cult would restore the Ancient Or 4er of Concubines. It throws ability and eel fish Individuality into the ' erales against love. home, and oioth ' arbond. and measure* the last thre* ' aa disgustingly vulgar. I Dame Nature render* fhe final I rentier to these advanced people, k eta.: that their name, generation I tld memory perish from the earth. I The Inexorable law of the survival ' of the fittest la In effect. Team work between man and wife cannot be per- MffflAtned la this spirit of "Mind your •n boa 1111— " Unity and aloofoaaa j in entirely opposite conditions. I n <ai >la niTl 111 companionship between 1 a Baa and woman, the latter hav. 1 tag love (?) with a hair trigger. Is Impossible. When one has had his •one over the putrid contents of a garba re can It Is hallelujah to | God Cooks g g «d Good b | Recipes | | lowers | ||3P Powder £ Alum Napoleon ITALIAN EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL The reason why lovers of the "Golden Oil" will accept no substitute is because they have learned to rely upon its fresh, full flavor, its health-giving and beauty bestowing qualities. M!IW!Kb n "lt A table spoonful in fruit Kj*j2jjjSZplb'S juice after iThxiU is an easy way to health and i SA. MAGNANO l&W \\*%'< I COMPANY 5 Seattle Tacoma BY CYNTHIA GRKY WH AT do YOU vv think? Write Cvn thia Grey, care of The Seattle Star. > / plunire that nam* nose Into a bouquet of flower*. That bunch of letters you got de fending the singie domestic life wera Ju.«t that bouquet. I like to think ther* ia a myriad of mighty fine women In ttu» world, women whom -trong. clean men would joyfully walk thru Tophet and back for. My own mother wm< one of lh«*e Father and mother were practically an in tegral part of each other, inaepar able for over IS year*, till Qo<l took her home to her native place Father noon followed, and now they are to gether forever \Vh«u I compare the magnificent* of my mother"* wife hood, motherhood and companion • hip. a tower of strength to father and 12 children, with these advanced and refined traveatlew on woman hood—faugh, bring the smelling bottle quickly U. H Mc. • e • Dear Miss Grey A number of people have written you about I'ncle Tom's letter, and I mu»t any a llttla ahout It. too. 1, for on*, ap prove of It, for It la math better to irv* In separate house* than to have to sit at tha table three timea a day 313 day* In tha year for many years looking Into • man'* fare and «« (her* written Uu> words of cruelty and deceit. It l* not plwast to har* to ask for what Utile money you must ab solutely have and then **« the man walk up and down tha floor swear ing and threatening to kill you and the children because the shoe* have worn out or there la from three to twenty cent* that the hoy must take to school to pay for the material ha has used in manual training. Yet. of course, there I* always plenty of money to buy hop* to make beer be ta use his friends must be t mated well. He tells the neighbor* that he wishes his wife would dre*s a little better, but that she doesn't car* about dressing at all. and how he would lore to have her go out to a show with him. but she feels she can't leave th* children (when In reality the children are old enough to go alone). If the children ask for money to ro to a show their father will say "Oo ask your mother for It; she Is working and has money." The m«-n who work with toy btts hand think he Is a fine fellow be. cause he Is a good spender, always treating them to something and say ing what a good wife he has. "Hhe Is such a worker and so saving It take* a very little for her to run a house." Hut when he come* home It la dif Seiffl® Sdf E@ Xo. 110—The Star's snapshot.* of attractively dresscd women on Seattle streets —Photo by Cress-Dale This attractive street drew boasts a very original tunic top. which ia fashioned with two flouncra of (walloping, worked with an effective braid drsign. The dress is black and the only trimming besides the braid is a prettily designed cord girdle. A jade colored novelty hat pin adds a touch of color to the black hat which is made of a transparent braid. DAISY IIES'RY If the lady pictured here win raj) at The Star's editorial mama ah« will rerH ve two tickets to Um Orph' Uni \ awln Ule show a* the Moore. ferent. If the do* didn't go to meet him. It would be my fault. If the rooster doeen t crow Just rlKht of course I arn to blame for that. be. cause I didn't take the proper care of the c-Nickena thru the day. Wouldn't I have a fine time try ing to get a divorce from this sort of nun. with everyone who knows him saying "He surely la a fine fel low"? How much better the separate home plan would work out In a raw like mine, a place of peace and quiet where I might bring my children up away from all of the pettiness and discord. X. V. &. THREE "P" SALAD Bhell snd nook tender 2 pounds of peas, drain an 4 add I rup chopped peanuts and J sweet pickle*. Cover with mayonnaise dressing Herve on lettuce leave* with dressing and sprinkle chopped peanuts over all NEURALGIC PAIRS Shooting pains In the head with giddiness, noise In the ear* and ten derness a' the scalp—pains In the neck and ahouldws or extending down the arms to the hands, these are the tnoet common gymploma of neuralgia. There ore a number of causes of neuralgia. It la moat common In families whose members have ner vous dispositions and It Is very often a result of anemia or lack of blood Hot applications give temporary relief in neuralgia arid should l>e used. They cannot end the trouble because the pain Is the complaint that the under nourished nerve I* making and It will not be quieted until the nerve is fed The only way to reach the nerves with nourish ment is through the blood. That I* the way thin blood so frequently lends to neuralgia. When the blood becomes thin the nerves lack nourish ment- Build up the blood, supply to It the element* that the nerves need and you begin to correct neuralgia. The free booklet, "Dlseaw of the Nervous System," will Interest you. Write for It today to the Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Schenectady, N Y Tour own druggist sells Dr. Williams' Pink Pills or they will be sent by mall on receipt of price, 60 cents per box. ggjl THE SEATTLE STAR THE VACUUM CLEANER Th» flay of tha broom for cleaning la pant For gathering lone* scrap* of paper* or tr**h uv a broom, but for actuAl cleaning u*e a varuum cleani-r, either ele«Lric or hand power If one Is without electric service a hand power machine la well while. ( The portable electric cteaner Is made with or without a brush This brush may or may not be motor driven The efficiency of the cleannr Is In th* strength of th* suction. A dusty floor Is sure to runke a dusty house. Everv step stirs up dust and dirt that settles on tJie fur nltur* A vsrnnm rleaner gathers this dust Into Its dust container without scattering dust, moats all over the room. Dust hart >rs bacteria, so from a sanitary point of view the value of the vacuum cleaner la high CANDIED CHERRIES The large red cherries are best for these. Pour over them, after the stonea are removed, boiling water. I<et stand a while, then l«iur oft the water nnd drain the cherrie*. Dace 114 pounds of sugar and >4 cup of water In a preserv ing kettle to each pound of fnilt. Hoil this to the soft hall stage, then add the cherries and simmer slowly fqr IS or JO mlnutea, until the cherries are red and transpar ent Then remove with a skimmer and place on platters. put In a irtrong sun. or In a slow oven, till they are nearly dry. Cook down the syrup In the kettle to the hard hall stage, anil ndd a little red fruit color ing Place the cherrie* m this syrup, a few at a time, and simmer slowly till each cherry Is welj permeated with the syrup. Hemovo to a platter again and place In the sun till Ihoro ly dried. They may then be packed in pasteboard boxes or tins lined with waxed paper. Also put paper be tween layers. Those 'l*l It editorials te The Star V* the litest, most llmeir, easlli tint!** stood comment on. sad etplanailoa of. aatloMl and local issues lhal ren rati read any where Thej slpound la human nature and common mrnme. 4gt The Business Woman dfiflL knows 1 Her mm Confessions of a Bride CV»|>rrlffllt*d. by th« r.rtt *r i>r IM> A«K>rlatl'>n THK BOOK OK ANN ANN K\n«AXIH IIIJB PABT IN TIIK Attll I- KVKNT AT Till'. HKA< II "Pon't fool yourself The police will never look for me." Ann said. "I wu allly to get •*clt*d. Why. notmdy know a I went out to the I Mthing liearh nobody but you And nolrndy m* you pick ma up in your car" "Ann. what mud* you <Jo It? It wiuin't neceawary The man never would have l«(th»r»il you after t<»- .lay. I Middy had bOUffbt »»m »h..p he wu.it iMtvlnc town tonight. Ann' OI«. Ann! Ann"" "You'd better «top crying your ■•lff uld Aun gharply. "I didn't do ur* "Very well! Well "tick to that at<■*>■•" I agreed '•You- ihlnk you are convinced that 1 did"*' Ann a*k«d wlUi her hat»y I let her query pa«n * ■« I<J **Te|l me alotit tt. Or tell me a* marh aa >ou pl««J» Homebody ha* pot to know and ha* got *° help youf' "Jane, It wu thla way. He aenf too a not* -wild he WU going to laave town on * long trip A l«oy bunded me the note till* morning I came over to your house to rail Ivn on the phot* »o that nol«*1y at the hie bouaa could overbear me. You know how our brunch phone# are all linked up"" "Thank gnodneag, I discovered what you were up to. Ann It worn* the one bit «f good Jortune in thin awful day. Oo 0,1 ~ "I didn't ua* one of the J.orl mer rare." Ann continued "I dtdn t want a chauffeur alone I »"nt «® White Point on a bu» I '=»"■ I kept Ivea watting. The bua Jammed Nobody not I. «*1 U»a" "We will hope not." "I went •tralght to the big hath houae and paid tor one of the t.et tar com part menta. .They face the water Thru the wooden ataU o* the window I watched the crowd Presently t aaw Ive«, walking up and down the broad walk, before the women-, win* of the bathhouse He w«« waiting 'or in' Of c«ur»e he couldn't eee me J opened the bo* and unfolded my hathlng »ult I wan mirprlaed to find the gun the You re member, 1 toaaed It there. In my room thla morning" Well. In my hurry U> keep my engagement. 1 f^* 0 ' lake U out I tiwl up the box at horn* without noticing that auto matte." I nodded approvlTiitr. The de fend was mod. 1 *> t imppoaa that Justice *u blinder or more Impartial than I waa aa 1 listened U> the remainder of Ann'a story. •Tlinj wf*od#« Wind*. I m t vea -In hla bathing milt and he nee me <1 awfully common and vul (fur The day w«a hot ond horrid I don't like to ro rwlmmia*. any way Never did Makea me »o warm and all mussed u»- Suc * * ntiiMn<-« undr*iw»n* and dr»»ln|. over'and over, in a stuffy three by-three room. A» 1 looked at lvaa. sort of strutting around amonir the halfdothed girl*. I .aid to myself that I waa going to all the t-other and fuaa and diaconr fort Just for what? NN hy. if J didn't watch my step. that queer man would put hla arm around me—out In the water -carelessly -a* If be were helping me--aul he would huff roe too tight I shuddered. Ann noticed It, "I shivered. too. Jusi like that." ahe mid "Suddenly, the altuation •teemed perfectly awful to mr aivl absolutely unexplaJnable. 1 hated myaelf. I haled Ivea. 1 called my -elf a fool. 1 called Ivee a cad, I couldn't Imagine how 1 hail drift ed no far. Such an Inwult to my lierfectly grand husband! And to Hob «u.h a grand man And Paddy tx> timer he'e ao irrand. too. t fait that I'd never t» fit to ae« mr Jim attain, nor you aiiy of you. If I went out to meet lvaa " • It would have iwen Juat aa well for the lx>rimerii If you'd come to your aenaea half a day aooner!" I aaid bitterly, "tlo onT' "Wett, Jane, 1 ran away from him! I "hut the baUi room door and locked It and left a- faat ajl I could by the e*lt at the end of the wlnic 1 forgot my thin**. I forirot to leave the key In the <loor." (To Br Continued) THE OLD GARDENER SAYS It you are ualng carrot* and boeta a* they «r<>w, thin them to Htand an Inch apart. Then re move every other on* for th<- table and you will hare thn*e which mature *paced the right dlatance. The runie plan can b«- followed with turnip", but not rutabaga*. which should be planted now to give turnip* for winter etorage Thcae grow to be very large and therefore ahould Htand *l* or eight Inche* npart. If you have more little carrot* or beet* than you can u.*c now. can the aurplua. You will be grateful for thl* advlca next winter. Where the beat foodntuff* coat the Inaat. L*t* eat at Boldt'a. Gray Chiffon Suitable for Many Occasions BV CORA MOOKK New York*' l uhmn Aulhiiritjf—llal In Una with the Arnnomy campaign that la gripping ua, here I* a (Town which la Interesting not only f«r Ite ( harm, but It la aulUibl* fur ao many different oocaalon*. It la itray chiffon with a touch of darker gray In the little revera »n<l the raid girdle and arnln In the gun metal actjuln liandlng that fdjn each of tho three souiior«. The whole frock la mad* o*w a foundation of light tray mnuaaeltn* with banda of Inch wide Valt-ncHinnefi croaking it. The bodi<» h«jt tlx chif fon ilraped aoftly over a camlaoie of Ilia BAlin brwnule *ei>d with the chlf fon and, filling fr«m the revera «i either aide, a graceful Jabot of th« chiflon edtej with the chiffon band ing. CURRANT SHRUB Meat 2 quart* of rip* currant* and «train the Juice thru a cheeaa rlotti. To every quart of Julna add V pound of augur and atlr the ■vmp until tb« mrir dtaNOlvea. Add fh« Jute# of 1 IrmCn and enourh cold water to dilute U» «y<ip. When It la oold pour It over the cracked Ire and ornament i-arli rlaaa with a allr* of latuon or a Injnch of rtpe curranta. \Vh<-re the beat foodatuffa coat the Inaat. Ix>t« <-at at Boldt'a OKTRBini^ j Safefir the littlest infant YOU can use HAIR-Bitters, the guaranteed remedy, with per fect assurance on the scalp of the tiniest baby. HAIR-Bitters contains no alcohol —no poison of any kind. It is a natural remedy producing the most remarkable beneficial results on even the most severe cases of scalp-eczema, dandruff, scurf, falling hair and other scalp ailments. Right here in this city there are scores of people ready and willing to testify to the great worth of HAIR-Bitters. It is a delight to use but is not to be &ijjfflf confused with ordinary hair-dressings. HAIR-Bitters I tw ' s a rea * remedy . 1 If baby—or older children—suffer from itch ing scalp, scurf, rash, etc., apply HAIR-Bitters as directed on the bottle. After a few applica- V I tions you will be a friend of HAIR-Bitters for HHHBKi lifc fl || i ■ "11 Sold by all druggists at $2 and $3 the bottle. R| If your dealer is out of it write direct to Beriault Mfg. Co., 1104-14 Broadway, Seattle, U. S. A. a Camp Fire Girls' Camp Is Started The first hundred i'«mp Ftra Olrl* to go to •unimrr nunp on Trimble Island J>"fl Monday. Khaki clad, with blankets neaily rolM and swung over th>-lr l*i< kit. they formed Iha first unit of pel' I* who will go In relaya all summer for a p<-rlod of two each The Klrls' (Jimp I* mad* up of to tents, with one large main building, to be us»d as a social centar nnil mcMa hall Ml** Muth Brown, fi«wullv» s«-cr«tary of the '"amp I Ire <;lrls, Is In charge of the camp and there la a chaperon for every five (irla In at tcndanca. The i-amp. whlla It I* ewsentlaJlJ tha work of Camp lire Glrla, does pot limit attendance to m'mlxrs of that organization, every girl In Keattle I* eligible Applications are taken at Camp Fire headquarter*, 1004 Henry building The ramp In also trying to find someone who will rent or I "rid row boat* to the aoclety thta aum mer. Hoard and lodging will coat |H a week at the camp, arid that la all. sea fifty Boy Bcouta, forming the flra* unit of the camp at Camp Pearsons, left Saturday The personnel of this > amp also will be changed every two »wki until September L KITCHEN UTENSILS It alway* aM»m» ao much *impler to rn*k« thine* "do" In the kitchen than In any other part of th« huuae Itgt It'* the kitchen "Implement*" that are u*e«l three times a tiny, day* In the year and dinerve the greatest consideration. A granite saucepan nicked and flaking off I* really a dangerous ar tide to u»e. The chip* of enamel can do all aort* of damage to one * digestive *y»tem. A Iwver egg heater thst hits only on one side of the revolution la an unneifn™ ry evil. A frying pan with a rlae In the pen ter require* clone watching or the chop* will bum. Worn out hru*he« leave their hrl* tie* everywhere and clog the plumb ing I>en In the kitchen "a stitch In time save* nine ** The -tetlm U lb* Mlm.* Mir T»' Mar, Afr laiaHu rwrtiH lr«" He rrmdm mka ~hrrc>a lata prim" la «i«« (Mr h-aplalaaa mm •ahierta af liiHTCI la tfcrm Am aarb l her »r* aat aal J latrmUrl. bat la* ildilealaa. aa4 are a«0 wart h rea4Uag. A Permanent Hair Wave HAVE Ufl WAVK IT NOW and PAY FOR IT LATER * At your own convenience IN SMALL PAYMENTS Oar credit plan la tha vary beat guarantee la the wortl that you will be aatixfted with the reaulU obtained. A ware will aave you at leaat one-half hour naj day af (fa* ■ nk rvery on* eaa bow dhnard tba «U enttai troa sad paint corlera for we bar* brought (ha PERMANENT WAVE WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL Par appointment rail Mala 6597 LADIES' IMPROVEMENT SHOP Union St. PAGE If LUNCHEON ICE 1 CREAM COEFEE 1 Pour out coff#e remaining In p®tt chill thoroly, <lJlut« with rreniil, and i«cAt»n to Uift*. H#»rv#» In tall klmmhoh. allowing on# tfcblftftpoon v*» nil!* lot rr«im to *M»rh W7N/X)W Now In the time of year that window box la moat prartlral. In Uie winter food will free«r If kept In j the outdoor temperature. no lo» li j wcrmmary onleaa there la a cupboard 1 In the pantry that can b« ua«'d for j atora**. j If It la poaalMe t« put the window- f 1 box on a north window It la advt»- j able to do ao Thr box mn be um4 | more montlia In the year 1 t'nb-aa one ha* a apeclaUjr «•»» J atrw ted duet proof box. (rr'»t'r c«r« < | ahotild be taken In putting food 'j awsy than with a refrlßerator. J Th<re are metaJ boxea ahown In i 1 the atorea tiiat are Inexpenalva Th« j J savin* Ift Ire aoon pay* for one. 4 Hut the "handy man" rn.n tiiana- I 1 fa/:ture a perfectly good window-bo* <3 j from a parkin* box the atze of the | 1 window A ahelf will Inrreajw the I J atorage spare, and a paper lining 1 " J help to keep out dual. * fl BIG REDUCTIONS BY CREDIT HOUSE CHERRY CHAT A chance to buy •* , 3 credit. with all the ttaM I j to pay you want, and it if 1 price reduction* that ll*. J Itlone would crowd our j 1 •tore with buyers. That | la the »l»nl/lcanea at -J 3 the unusual Reduction | j Sale now In projreaa at | j Cberry'a. ; | Reductions amounting ■' 1 to as much aa one-third y I are In t-ffect on Sulta, j Drum, Sport Coals, Waists and, J ' Petticoats. It la an opportunity so j «x<<pUonal that we're conn tine on j bis crowds and have prepared to j lake care of every one who cornea. ] Cherry's Rlalto Style Shop. 2«T j Rial to (Old Frederick * Nelson) Bid*. j 1 oyer Pirn Whlntle. 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