Evening public ledger. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, December 13, 1922, Night Extra, Page 14, Image 14

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jjjjmfhy De Se Many Brilliant Women
mMarru Men Who Are Inferior te Them?
i . t .. tlTVVitln.Mi iitnnrn rtnvv
y ij ni.ii'uiuii) nam nit iuui.i'i
UD you knew that Mnroella Mnrtin j mnkes him or her crave just a simple,
t l,e,l r.!l,,1 .... ,,.,V,a- nrfinln.l llUInntl SOrt of COlllDll IliOll. With UllOtll
Ickf f"i the editor of the Weman's 1(? t,r ' l'n" fel'tfe' the Mr problem
Keview. """ s,nP tniKiiiB simp: ruinous men
vt ii,.J hiup married their cooks, find picked up
.et ni ntner.Ml,v ,Ul( ,,c(1Mint glrNi m t Uppes
eiic.ip muuc or a fmns emi,n ,lre nftuntcil hv tlu win
hi-band.' rep led, ,.,,, In ,,, Nlt(,tjniml ii
Mif eun? reporter .l.,met if. people hne n sort of lnstim
"Lxuctl.N. It Mthat leads them te seek pence I A wife
iiuenceiiable that,,in, seem bovine te us, and we say.
she should have 'HeiiUMis, wh did that sre.it man ever
married that uti- tl.- up te that nenernt V but (die sives
speakable M e n t him setni- plucid test and content that n
cemcry and sup- ! temperamental woman would net. If
ported him for ten that is se, whv net turn the tables, and
j ears, hut just j.v. 'Well, "he it a lerv strait ccnius
Please Tell Me
What te De
Lettert te Cvnthia't column mutt
icrltlen m one tle et the vattr only.
and mut bt ilenrd with the writer
inline ni'il nddresi. The name mill we!
hi eublMicd 1 the writer does net trSsft
1. L'uslinrd IrtldM and letter written
i liefft side e the vacer will net lie
suciui. U'rltcts who tilth rcraenul
siei-rs that can lie eltm III the column
'I vleaie leek (Jifrf, im personal let'
r arts enlu u.rl(te tclicn abtelutew
Te "Anxious Me"
You'll have te declde for yourself
whether you would encourage law
breaking tr put It aalde.
Te "F. H. R."
HAH!'i:U Ci iuLLT
t tVilnl IM crt .jhcnil vniint? man.
when ii h e was n 01,11' Ima ii'nevitivr. ihnraeter. and e. I Ye-rli tirver renllv and entirely under-
ftee asent, and h.ul 1 nature fe-eeil in r. in elf-d'finse, te 1 stand lirr that's half ber ehaim for
u line pe-iuim 011 riu,,,. a ms'itue mate.' 1 hae seen ou an. If mie camr, 100, uie ll want
the Dailv Arcii". ' it v.eik out erv well Sometime!", a j l" llcnr ou v yun
and a leel. little ' irnnln- U iniiriitiil :ind nti eseifct and ... "
flat, and was taking care of lirr niece, er.ies ceiittant flatter and adulation. What of Bible Classesf
he had te add another burden, audi ,S'.meiime. che just has Initlatlxe mid 1 Pear Cynthia I would apprcclate It
annex nnether useless male!" I ).j n lnaiuizim; tpe, and she would pe very much, if you could tell me. threug"
"Dd veu ever notice that women of 'wild, if she were mated te u 'dominant ' na. one. of the columns et tne
brains and initiate e se often a-Mim- ' male,' who insisted en running every- , J'V--"' Mffn's B ills ClasseB, or
ucu nunicns. ami 1.111 ter 111c must im- thliiK his own way. .Nature secxs op
possible men, men who couldn't have I p .sites in temperament, as blends nat
indueed even a llapper te mirrv thmV" ur.illy ihoesc brunets!"
"That h just it : n tlapiier Is 11 wie I
llttle pij. and la loekin? f a his pre- i TT CEnTAlNI-Y is true that what
vider, but the woman of el-wiiRe- 1 these people said is netlecab'e often.
earnlnB capacity i-less werld'y," broke n'.theuch It mnv net h" the universal
In the son of the ei.lier. &::nrily. ,.,,) --no hil'llnnt uands orde-nlnatlns
"Then-'s nobody mi 'easj ' as a m blc f tnpernments seldom '.iu live in peace
milt" t, 1.-.. . et .AA..,..,
iiifi :irni.inv ! nw lii.-m , ,- m- .......
druiis love affair b-tween Iwo celebrities!
ain Yeune ?ien'a Ibble Classen,
YcunB Wemeira Hlble riassen. con
nected with any Protestant church, In
the City of Philadelphia.
Tf you de net have this Information,
0 u'cl veu let me knew where I mlitht
get It? "V. J. F."
.Meht Pretectant churches have Hlble
Classca for yeiins people.
wt'vi: oft-
en wondered whether if i- a
turn into n le di' werf no
Hew te Interest the Men
Dear Cynthia A Warn m-ctlns en
lesser a neauntu trait mat it t- ni ..irr-.i-i'i n h d.vi ere.
Wakes talented women de mii-Ii n- th-if wen.,i ut 1 dent aie united e
trie tliincs. where their 11T1 tie:i iiie r 'istiiiTius'i".! nv n Ilartae-iy ! is is
Inve'ved," said the fashion uitiM. s. , tmi te permanent homes, nnd it is
There 0 no use talking, it is mere frinii"iir the e'is tint i' euple is
the titrcet which l tireper; for the girl
or boy te shake hands tlrst?
11 He l about two (2) years my
Junier and Is very well acquainted with
the family Is It wrer.ir for me te Ulsa
I1I1.1 merely as a close friend?
i Please advise, me what ciuauncn-
-Vrtu must hnvr read Cvnthla'fl an
swrs about klsslnpr ever and ever npaln
than celueidenep that se man fam'"s cf hnnnv when one is nut pspeeielly , tlens are necessary te make a poed Im-
women hnve had miserable stu ks fei pif ted in creative ,ri ressinn, yet has n prca.-iien upon a fellow. HIG L,ii..
levers or husbands. Take crand opera suhtle sense f uppred itien. 1'ameus 1 A The Rlrl offers her hand If they
Rt.irs. often their luisb-riils are ev. i men hnve en loved wives who seemed ' step te talK.
helOW thr nVPrn?f of innlps. tlltl ...i'l- ",-,, .n( n ' nn.l nn nntt nPltinnMed Ihrt 15
nien carder) arletv cabbnees!" 'far; why sheiii, n"t talented women
"Perlrips it only seems as if the lind in quiet, unsensatlenal men, ideal
tpeuse cf any celebrity Is ordinary, by hus'ninds
contrast with the scintillating lu- That briuht women often are taken in
mlnary !" 1 ,- unprincipled men. unfortunately it Is
"There may be fernethlns In th-H. t- e. but Ibis is because the women ar
but npart from the contrast isn't there tee neb!" te be setking mercenary
eome pschele,';y in a great person that matches.
and she has repeatedly said a gir. should
nor kits a man unless they are tn-
By Ralph Walde Trine
Auther of "In Time With the Infinite.
The Reckless Age
We Must Utile Frem Within '
There is a vast armi . numbering in'e
the millions, who ullew a general nt-
Wesphere of gloom and dread and pesi.
mism almost continually te dominate
their lives.
They arise in the morning under the
domination of this spell or habit ; they
ire through the aetiMtie of the day in
the same wiv; thev go te bed at night
under its influence. It Lis become a
The one who allows himself te dwell
5n this miasmatic mental atmosphere net
only loses the joy of many things that
Mcb day would bring, but he allows
his energies te be se crippled that no
work can be done as vffceth ely ub it
could 0 berwisc be done.
Net only this, but he niffers also
the consequences that musr re-ult. in- j
rvitably. in connection with bis physi
raj, his bodily condition. Tears and
forebodings, the same as glnem mid
emotional Mates have n corroding.
poisoning and weakening effect upon all 1
vital functions and powers. I
If long indulged in they net only de-
.Uinr 1'eitrr i? a eifr nrrttcr
of thr ynitiirjrr rt vim fiiu,1 mm
trcn' nadr for her amuirmcnt. Shi;
cn7"7c hir If te Charley Tynr
utHieit levinq htm, timely for the
gnlr of 6 1117 eit7a'7C'i, but later
Charlry brinks the nirjanemci'' if
(ain (, her flirtation uilh .lfe!Oii
l.e't'i. n iciltcr. Ilrrc thr tncr
prtti'l happ''Hi, for 'ie t5ii hrrwlf
ci htall'i in Ivr Kith him. ' ilc
ici IiuiiIIij lntil timr te ire'ne thi.
trhrn ilii- ihrmn-t that he hm leen
her a'trntten mr-ehi hcrijuie
1.1n her for corn tn n navel
he h 1. riling en the jn;z aye. Sheithl
af'er thu, Mi. leitir tmcti icith
finiineml reverie, und .1rfiu finding
it 1I1 ft' ult te adapt herself te her new
life, hat the ulcn that he may make
poed 011 the utage. She gees te Mat
thew Ifutfhin; u big predlieer, ehe
ejfir.i te give her a ehanec, but telh
hev mine plain truth aheut hcriclf.
Fer the lint time in her life JLllne
realise) hmr uttrih trlfish and
thoughtless a life the has Ined.
( Simplicity, kindliness of eplrlt. a
n.at and snappy appearance uii
locks are a gicat help, but by no means
T IS se unintelligent for a woman
net te take enre of her leeks,'
f.npiiij h
lie ii isi.
A Fine Letter
Pear Cynthia May I say a few
weids en what seems te be causlns, con
siderable comment In your column
pr'-mlscueus klRslns?
Ne rnin wants the girl that lm tn.ir
Hs te have been hugsred and klsed nv
(hitv Tem. Dick and Harry, or by even
a few of them Ne matter bow much
he loves her. the thought that she has
been petted gees against the grain, and
dhA U in n sen.e "sneilrd" coeds. Ner
does he want his sister te be Ufscd and , M;rs jiiss B1mr Burke, lu private, life
en the;
,t,v nf mm v.n think ns 10 does spiritual beauty, but it needs a health
an 1 l' should protect and net "spoil" ful and wholesemi.. tnedium Ihreugb
hem for tome one else And th girl, ubicb te expres itself," she added.
"i. her part should keep herself from, ,. . .!,. 1, sr.v.
bem.ng "spoiled' goods. I This is net .lust theory with Miss
Persons who pet are cheating In the I Burke. wlme appeal might better be
came of lift They lese tes-erve and self- described ns that of extreme prcttlness
control Thev become forward and famll-' rather than of great and striking beau
lar They lese the respect und trust of fT. "Levely," pcibnps. were the. bet-
ethers, and tliey must leso tneir mnler wer(i t0 fit j0r maDV rharmlnsr
K -I"''.1 f.?iHB a"e'"?5 "a,st assets. She practices "what bhc
HiHhiMRIHP' ''' "Sit HsrHLfii
I 1 '' X V'ii' ' ' IMEsuxBHHiHHiBr
A new Catcher
Start with a compliment. Vanity hoi
no sex.
A compliment blndi a woman te you,
while it is usually the undoing of a
man. Then step in and apply the
But, remember, men like te be an
alysed women adored.
A woman does net care exactly why
you love her se long as you furnish
the proof. A man considers just being
n man proof enough that n woman
must love him.
If a woman flatters a man, some of
it is bound te stick. When a man flat
ters a woman, he usually gets stuck,
enywny. A woman's compliments are
einsnslve n man's expensive.
Life demands that love be a human
mirror through which we see something
besides the bare truth.
CopyWeSir, Hit, iy PvWa Letter Company
ed by men. He .'': y1cI,1 Mrs. Flo Ziegfeld, Jr.. "I simply can
. d remembe? hat the gli s lie is net imnsine any one net doing it. It
wn wmarhe Is all right te talk of mental and
moralizing and degiading nursult.
Above all, by going after cheap thrills
tliev will dull trie cuge en tne real,
"Yeu knew, I think, tm with
moneyed people who can afford it, there
when it comes along. They nre "Na-iis net nearly enough outdoor life" she
ture Fakers " Seener or later each
v.l" realize, and say te himself-
"I hae taken my fun where I found
it, but row I must piy for my fun."
Casting the Play
If long indulged in they n eniy ne- , v-nT- rei'ItSK. within the bounds of
tilete nl hea'thv action s.nd initiation 1 ; ...
i-j .... 1 '.',. na ,,u, ,l,n will. reason. 11 wasn t te be expected
but thc lead 111 time te depleted and that Aline we .Id change in a da from Bht te ki-v tVn'niyUmald"n."
seakened bedllv conditions. Abeundius the 1. , f g,d v lin thinks the werbl ii.IjV ,. ', XJ n.v ? en desSl?e the
Jiealth and strength cannot ce-ci-t pSpCClajiy ,.r0ateii for her own priv itc RCt that I'm alwn.s In lee I am
'b 'hf- ' . I nl.nrrrr.,,.,,1 . il !.. .,lt. , lh"Ugh. iMltlll.1. snmet'rres with one
Wants te Start Something New
Dear Cynthia I'm going te be an
old maid I'm pret'v nwfullv old I
gns dm e'gntetn new 1, se 1 reaiiv
1 1 1 .1 1 l : 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 rii Kim r 11 rim rni i" iiir . i . .i. . . . . . . ...
It is net te be denied that ones ' J ""' person, .sometimes wnn two pcrwnsj anu
bodily condition has many times a dark Bur she had been deeply tlrrwl. , .e-net!meS with fte.J'
im,I dn'eftil inlluence upon one's men- aud her class consciousness had been ..,;, ,,.,. m;t V ,.;.. .i1
tal condition and outlook. He must aroused. She had caught n glimpse, tpe te enter my point of vision with
continued. "Of course, mere people
are going in for it every year new. But
why any one wants te live in the city
when she can live in the country I
don't understand. It gives you n won
derful opportunity te recuperate from
the strain of work, anyway."
(ietting en te the subject nearest my I risn
note book at the moment. I asked Miss f0),f
riiiiKP rer some 01 mr neaiiry secreis
which ethers of us might profit bv.
"Mine are no secrets," she said. "I
don't think you can hae a geed com cem com
p'eiien unless you take care of it. I
think it needs plenty of creaming and
the massage that gees with it.
"But I don't think women who have
the time during the day te give te this
rnre 6keuld put it off until retiring
than the proverbial hundred strokes.
I have a bhampoe that I have been
using for yenrs, put up specially by
the game awn. His secret is locked
"But I found out one time, when
my hair was coming out, that I could
de n let for it by just keeping the
scalp loose, and se 1 ply my lingers
eer it quite frequently myself. And
really I find it an excellent thing for
the hair.
"Yes, I brush my eyebrows and
lashes daily, tee. My lashes are fair,
of course, but I love lashes that curl
up, and I knew some of the women
with this heatenly asset make a dally
practice of brushing them up, nnd it
certainly pnjs. They are se much
mere effective that way."
"What exercises de you de?" said I
pursuing one of my favorite topics,
"I'll show you. This one is the. first
of several bending ones I de. I lind
these bending exerices are the best for
waist nnd btemach."
She showed she could de them all
right, like one in the liatut of ezer-
Ulie pet one is stanmng with the
apart, arms out wide, straight
from thf shoulder, then touching the
tee of the opposite feet with the right
and left alternately fiftcen tiincB.
Anether is straight bending ferwnrd,
first with right hand touching right
tee five times, then left hand touching
left tee five times, and then both
hands together touching both tees.
Still another ene she recommends
for waist and stomach nnd upper body
nu erect, with bands
and stretch from the
ndn ns high ns they
considerable pull as the
Yeu Can Tell the Time of the Trains
by the Leeks of the Women in Them
The Early Ones Contain Business Women, Then Later Come
ilie Culture Seekers, the Lunchers and tJie
Can Yeu Tell?
By R. J. and A. W. JJeimer
Whether a Cat Can Suck Your Breath
The idea that a cat can take your
breath nwny is still one of the oft
repeated superstitions or beliefs. Ne
authentic evidence that a cat ever did
this or actually ever even tried te de it
has ever been produced, and yet the,
belief has "rsisted. We are apt te
be particularly watchful of the eat when
there is a sleeping baby about. A
cat might smother a baby by lying
across its face In such a way as i
keep It from breathing, but It would-be
physically Impossible te suck Its breath
away by lying en the baby's chest,
which la the position the cat Is sup
posed te take when performing this
Like many of enr mlstnken beliefs this
one had its origin in the days of long
age. It came from Ecvpt where thei
cats themselves originated. It would
take n geed deal of courage en the
part of a cat lever te disprove tM
be'ief, for even the n'-em-p person who
loves cats does net like te take them
te bed with him. But if yen hoi'-'
happen te take klttv te lied with yen
en a cold night and tuck him umie
the covers close te your face, yen
would shortly find that he had either
moved ever te the back of your head
or further under the covers. Undoubt
edly the Egyptian who first proclaimed
that his cat had tried te take his
breath nwav iumned te n conclusion,
and as people in these days did net un
derstand cat, the b"f "'nd. What
he should have done when hi
Jumped up en his bed was te observe
the cat closely. He would have no
ticed that the cat sniffed his face, it
is true, but net for the purpose r
talcin his breath, but simply te find
out which direction his maRter wn
facing while asleep. In order tnat ne
might locate In some ether place. The
cat reallv snlffn te avoid lylwr fle-n
In the direct jjath of the sleeper's,
breath. '
Tomorrow Hew Are necks Formed?
Interesting W'emen
Miss B. Marie Leech, formerly of
the puhllc health laboratory of the
UnlverMtv of California, hns been ap
pointed city bacteriologist of Alameda.
Miss Lilllsn G. Lagonnrsine is the
only wemnn in New Yerk City regu
larly licensed as an auctioneer.
Mrs. Alice MacDougall Is well known
si a broker In the coffee trade In New
YOU can tell before you take the
trains en Wednesday Just what
hind of women you'll see en each train.
And If you happened net te knew
what time the train Went, or when It
reaehed town from the twenty-minutes-out
euburb, you'd be nble te come
pretty close te it, guessing by the
women and their clothes.
On the early trains, the Bevens ana
eights, they nre dressed for business,
dependable clothes, the indifferent man
ner that gees with the profesalenal
They cheese the best seats they can
find in the train, cither unfold tbelr
papers nnd become Hbsorbed, or else
lnpse into wakeful unconsciousness until
ther reach their destination.
Here nnd there you sec.a meredressuy
gowned one, looking rather proud and
out of place, as if she really felt pretty
much set up about having made the
train. . , , .
She's going in early for a long day
of shopping. ... .
These trains snap right along, tee.
They mean business.
mHEN come the nines.
JL Yeu take the 0:15, for instance.
There arc a few of the business women
en this, strayH who have missed the
earlier trains and arc impatient
about it. ... ,
But the majority of these travelers
are long dlstnnce visitors going home
or efficient-looking shoppers who
want te get through early nnd get home
In time for lunch.
The train doesn't hurry se much,
but it steps right along.
Then the 0 :58 !
That's the beginning of the Wednes
day crowd.
They are net dressed in their very
best, but they have geed clothes en.
Friends gefnr; in together, for a long
day of shopping, with a leisurely lunch
in between sessions.
Political women going in te meetings,
cultured women going in te lectures.
There's a mellowness about It all, a
sort of relaxed, casual effect in the
postures of the women who sit faciat
ether women se that they can all talk
or women who twist about be that thty
can converse with some one back of
them. '
There's always n delay of itrtnl
minuses Just outside the terminus m
this train. w
It doesn't make se very much dlf.
ference when the se people get into
town, they liare leta of time.
AT ELEVEN and twelre yen betla
te see the really fancy costume.
Women gelnii in town for lunch and
the matinee, women, you rather
Imagine, whose husbands have the car
for the day, or women who think it's
Just as well te walk once in a while
because you don't get any exerdu
when you always go in the. car.
The chatter rises high in the can
of these trains.
Feathers are dripping off hat brims,
there's the flash of cut steel as a feet
moves into sight from under a lour
velvet panel, white kid is prevalent en
hands which flirt up new and then
te shake a group of bracelets out of the
These are very local trains, and atoe
whenever they feel like it.
The 1 o'clecks haven't many taken
but at 2 the schoolgirls and boys go la
town te the movies, gb home from
school, go In te spend the afternoon
with a friend, tnke possession of the
whole trnln nnd make the nstenlshtd
windows rattle with their shouts of
glee and newly released pep.
TT MUST seem lonely and rreiet ter
the brakemen and conductors en the
threes nnd fours nnd fives.
They are Just people en these trains;
it's only in the morning that yen can
rend their times by the demeanor and
dress of their occupants.
And my, you de feel out of place if
you go in en an early train dressed for
the afternoon, or go In later in buel-
ness clothes!
Should a Married Weman Werk ?
srAtili?A hnirerpp. flint II1P llOVOr 01 tU .. , , i .... Vn-i qw.'i'rerrini? a.nl sort nt httrhrfl-
j.ui.s, - - - . i m v i n innsa t in rri n nti r etui i -- oe-----a -- - - .v. ... t tw, t. it. .,,-.......-. i,n.,t ...
mind is the great e-r power we hae , " -- - --.... , ,.h, U,lPr u,- nl, paiev bearf and!'"""- ', "","" " i"'"-" ""' muscles is: hta
nnd that whntexer power of the spirit we glimpse ( mggpr mings in lite tnnn i the cellar or Uih fieltie-s of -con turned """v u uy n-r weiiiun in i.im- uie clasped overhead,
, illn nets, threiish the channel of self, and a eavdH round of nlensurc. "P -l.tl'!' v"! Lm"suVt '"Vet his hat care of herself she sheuld: that is, te ,, mist, raising ha
the mind. nnd s,e ,ri,.,i )Mrd. within the next few " ', e ""Tin &a ",'S ""''1 d? "!.!' M" c.w"i8?' xlZ ," .&. Giving
When we realise the mnrveW c,. dais .,, s, ,..,.,. , ? thim- -Nw ' thl s h,lt T Va't ,, 'i '.-, ' " ' "Ue V " L ge."nl7 1,flnaS B P-
tent te whic'i mind build- Ikm or viinr .....;,.,.,, ....,.,. .-,.., , ..m men. Knew is i psh.ic rer a pen. n et f , , ,sf!nll,inl te geed cre nun" -
, ,i ,,.,r,K .nrmlfs m.w.n-i and d- le r'"-5 " ,l' i mere e..i-ienn' in ii nn ic-iper.i..vrt - he an old maid. .'.. 1 1 ii ... . r "".l""
S ... V' i k w I .'rnXrtht the strange lml,. tu. 'it sh. k.pt her """ tl eu.m I re slept ..., ueddn-g l nm " ''dd shower fan 1 tery , ip-. ,
Pletes bedN, we w.l ",a',zV 'i, ,,h m. ret t., hers It ,.i,d s,., neil ,,- te --l1"' r'r ,,'r" ""f11" "" wud en- morning of m life I take nn icy bath, Give Invalids a Chance
habit of gloom nnd v -" mism which m ru . ',,,..'' '.."'. '' ' " l :"",, dr-imt. g of v main tlu.h- I? I tell and then rab until I feel ever atom . " ., "
leads, all tee suielv and nen'.ibv te at , ,. a e ii I r mh wa- he iu n. en, ,..a, i m i.et g0inG t0 ., mar- of me glow. I could morn eaMly go I 3Hta&' JSlftS Stlti (KLavhti
rvnicism and an abnormal eutbwU en ""Pn ,P '"ft morning he tool, the i rletl um u,,. rffa!0 th that i mst without breakfast than without that ' ,i.-JV.. lU a,lU ,a'ttlua
1 If should he faced, throttled and train with Inr f ither for the city. rter'r u-nt t. . and net that I've been .!,,,"" " w,tll0ut ,tlat SHUT-IN EXCHANGE
t.TT ........ , . ... . . . Ant a ,Av. a.wn.
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lrlren cemnletelv from the life, in order ' Uls "mp v-h', Ml" arrived at the dbappeinted or that I don't go out. be-
irVenCOmpitltlJ 'ru'". "".",. '",'' ,,, ,m. f ,,e Mimnnlla Tl,... I ,-.i,in t fin rwn trnre fhflV, ,,. ,1,,!
V.f the mrirr. v.'ilnnBle 11H01IS 01 ex- " ... . . ,....- ...lu..,-, - -- .- ;- .- i ""
The Weman's Exchange
flamed un u
used te bein
' In Hener of the New Heuse
Te the Editor of U'r u -n . i I'ngr .
Dear Madam V, e i i- Jut meed
into a new home .nl are ge.ng tn
trlve a inn Mini! i g i.ii'y I would
like tu knew h'tw t- word Mi- Imita
tiens. inii'i
and the 'dd Allr
heart vhe a- t
nered. and --lie re
when Hill. ' ins hii
Wins-. Iit lesiuitllient Mieil llw.'l. ,iili
a fen me ii' i t- Int, r. Mr l'..i!,ir. tli
eeiriiir who had lienn klllil t her the
davl ,',.i, cii.teiiT te where -he wn-
I wart you te knew that I'm dead
In e-irnest about this, and I hope you II
-entid the f irt" but "11 ,n" rall' -'"d truly what you thlrW
nself appeared 111 th- W1.n jn,, ar, tvCrjjlf)a:. n tn nerif
iicrt.- ( hris'rnis -even "i'e-i ii
t'ultl-a'e. nhavifr talent is unre-
iiMt for ' '.iir future Yes, It a j r.
tlens. l i.i -i. ..i jju,,.i,,rq ensting a p'av tills t'r'v l''ihl te he an old mild t S
Write 'Mr nd Mi- Henry lirem, ...-.. he rtnl-nned hurrlcdli in an P-'.'a,,!y ,uU '" ,,ie- n,; J"1" net l
request -he pieaiure of ? or cenipins J ?",, ' - ,. b n h". mi? 1 likely t-iay m le-v a with arj mmere -
at a heuse-warmii ir en such and s-ich "-aleimn-. ll" irini.- nine may tie tnan a ftc rr lwtl.
a date ' And tne lower left-hand cer. a snuli i-.nt for ni: in It. l-u re net; .
U)H'li !- m wa mm vmmm
"Hew about your hair?" I asked. I ees 3, ieth stkeet
una n-ni. niiwittni tfittif.n- ciKnutinn n.. . wanis me te. ik or iiin imriTM nr irnririps -- !- v -uH-.tt, iiut
nnd truth, una tnerfieip 01 - '.' !. ' " i T:. TL or rier something niiiv ii!ch tht n,i hnt nature of fchamnoe nreaerv-es its
and joy. may take it, place. ; - . . .,. ,,,,, r , , nf j ,; - - , , co ,
l,,M..6PuWtetcderCerW.crMt ,,t ,tage, dimly lighted and Kn' U2 1,, UZSTV. ' 111 U,i!nL"?..flhJ,"?l,0?. " ! Wllfl
looking inther bare and unfriendly. , ., prcfes-ed one till i:,n twcnty-sl) '"" """ "tucu" " c"' ? Ier raer,! (tXSSSSKf&SSSmW f
iw wm- )iii in, m ' ' u 1 4"ii 11 r, (iut. iniit.1 diji it 1 jiuisur ' - . -..- . , , . .... M5jRr 5 W 'fc. &t JL A ttJiM v
J " i hImi
I ut
ner nut 'It .-, In V P" I nen -nu aie ,ni.'
I She smi'ed up lit him and shook her
Seeing the City head, and be grinned back .it her.1
,,,.,, . , . 'Keep u stiff upper Up," he -aid ud- I
Te the Editor of Weman. a raS: I meni-hing v but as he lnnrl-d awav1
Dear Mad im Will veu please Inform ,i,m. ,r,l, net help feeling a little for'.
J,?!1, ?!"', ";T" vJlJl .f,:W l"rn. Then hmM.,1,. ll her ntt, ntmn
s winiiif, p. iij iniii 11 .' it-- s. ' H -
' Hareld Donaldien IlberUin
r--Wii-Vrr 2
go up te in? iiv iuii 'raet ni'il- ,- , . , ,- . . r -r-i--.r--ia,- bu--Itvtitr'.,
laieiits or (enrher' 1. !lu I ik- sienefr wuimn i -m-i --irnn-ingiv U..1.- ..j- s,rVv. '-TiZZrr-
uii un the wlule jear a-'urd. it f'imi'i ir She vent up In -lednte y 1 , :,r-' njUtc'JH' i C
tan e. iiecember -' -' A " te Hutc1 ip- Inirsei' 1 tu t'.e t aulrtrlt 1 T ," ,,--"..'j" !' '1 ij ' stf":!
Fcr quite a v'.'le th'w t w r wis of obi i' 0 m ntnui e' I'ip. ii'i.l .- Al Me .,r,'' iiU'ii'sil' lv&&l'.'
lesed tn rlt..r I mi Is new npfn, and watched In r filKing animated, n lull, il t , 11 I HfUf'U 1 V
our friend- .11. d ;..u .an s up .it ,ni thrill Bveit ever her H 1 ,fl 1 1 f-
lUie. I I, ,, n- t fll IT.tf. P.,rrtM. find tl.rt . I f . .... Ill I 1. I I
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IV .
l!y Helen fJecic
doubt wis going t.i 1.1 11 1 in
part in this new pirn nf Ilutel mi- m
often Aline bad wn'ilied her fietn tne
erclifstn jut ".r irem a stage in x
V-- . "-- .TN
marieling nl her c'eierness, and avidl Kiwi-Jjv, ,
nbserhlng all the c irrent ges-ip tlia'itli ; riH
. ...! Ak...-. !. 1 I 'r-W k-,..
rill nniiin.i luiniu iir.
Lavinia Pnrew w 1 mie of Hut ' ins'
finds, he had virtually made lr .s m
da nuglit net she. Aline, fiaie a'
fiance'' If Ilutchms found he. nr
poed nr all. wasn't it pe-s'l,,. t t lP 1
tuii'ht de f .r hr whit he hri I du'ie fei 1
1 ivlni'i t'arew'' Tie tlmuglit .,, ,1(.
ture, it trin-perted Mine 10 t'ie r.f.,,t 1
lumen of 1 , nr men su.,l,.i,iv ,,l0
ruuiZKi uier ir leiinr wa- if'Kenin
te lier. and she hurried a'..s t n -u-
te bun
Hitll CX'f ".
The 'Teed Drink" for All Ages.
Quick Lunch et Heme, Office &nd
Fountains, tek (et HORUCK'S,
&Avoid Ircitatiens ft Substitutes
What Shall I Get Them
for Christmas?
Don't you often wish you
could get Fome modest gift for
a whole family? Just think
of the appropriateneas, for this
purpose, of a three pound
Buj it from 'enr grocer la its
blue enameled box
$3 00
We have just what you want in
SjSiSi Christmas Gifts for Men S5j
1 Ilie City Apartment Bedroom
If the number of bedrooms in rniir
, np'irtment is limited, remember "tl .it
the il.ij-liea IS nil I'xcei'enr n.eans of
'Miss roster. I am going te tvr i.
out In this new play of mine," l0 Kaj 1
curtly. "Here's nur pirt. we stan
1 rehearsals tomorrow se that jeii wl'l
If one did net sec nnd hear of se ' llflv? A"' tre" "i Y'?'1 ,f;n'K,lt ,0
nnnv lup is In steed manners among r1"1 it ..'1 nml M'p "liut JOu can de
people whose llnan- ia' ttandlns; might with it.
He was standing nlkuig m it hinsl uf ilixins for real service at night an M
ns Aline came up and ihe great miu ebjfet that adds te the cexy eft, et of a M
turned toward her qiiic'-h- sittinjt-l'oem by day. Day-beds are ',
l te IndlcatH t.iine iltuial sup rl- He handed Mine n roll of manuscript.
, some of thii "breaks made would nnd she wmi'd haie thanked him if !r
fll 111 tdlhle Itrdn't turned ilurnedl.rit..lv n,..n tn.
Fer ins mice at a luncheon gh en re- ,,,. tlltt.,ri .r was almost' rrne
ritlen. acudu r i.ly .H'cl .,n In l,. r - L"' "pi-. " l'ah. 1
l-.Biidt.aK a mil' cut 'old. i-d iMpKri
which th mis'" .1. 1 h. r IkuhIK -i. u 't
Aa seen a she ,i -. ., . 1 1 .l h. r ciii.. ciii..
rhe caibd ! r ri.eei li'.i .11 the
telephone, und hid bet; in a ..lurte'.iis
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A Grandmother Says Ne
Te the Editor of H'euian'a Page:
I was very much Interested in
your artlcle en the married
woman who works. I have a
daughter-in-law who was in business
bofero her marriage. She seemed very
contented at first after her marriage,
but about a year nge she decided te
go back Inte the business world. It
wag net necessary, na my son makes
a poed salary and they live comfort
ably, although they nre net wealthy.
They have two children, one seven, the
ether four. 'While their mother la away
they are under the care of a nurse,
who Is lovely with them, but, of course,
net like their own mother. I would
Bpend mere, time with them myself, but
I have my own home te take care of.
I consider it my place te be there
where I am needed and wanted, and
then I de net feel that it Is the right
thing; for nny ene te Interfere with a
mether'a training.
My feelings are very decided en this
subject. I feel that my grandchildren
are being neglected, although they have
the best of care In every way except
the presence of their mother, which Is
something every child needs. If It were
necessary for her te g out and earn
money I would net bay a word, but
doing it Just because ahe la tired of
staying at home Is nil wrcng. I have
talked te her and tq my son about this,
se I erri net talking behind their bicki
but he Is satisfied, she Is determined
se what can I de? Heme life Is mere
important than satisfying a restless
spirit, and if a woman Is restlesi at
home, let her take a little trip awty
for a while and come back. But it Is
her place te preserve the proper spirit
In the home, and she cannot de this by
running out right after breakfast every
dav and net coming back until evenlnr.
I most certainly de net feel that a
woman cap de Justice te both her Jcb
and her home. I wish mero of your
readers would send In their opinions
en this subject, as I am sure many old
fashioned women like me feel lust m
The Oldest Weman
A Chinese woman who has arrlred
at Saigon. Ire French Inde-Chln,
claims te be the eldest person in the
world. At the age of 131 she traveled
from Haipheng, the chief seaport of
Tengklng, te Saigon, which place ibe
had expressed a wish te visit before
Sightly, Shapely and Sensible
Selected for Style & Service, give
Surpassing Satisfaction
saw had tne any-nei covered in chintz, jr.
with cushions with harmonizing colors. 2? iif j e t SA
In place of the conventional drcssi,,; n Woven Madras, Z, 0.
table, there was a tahle of old. fastened -V ,. .. -. r j t-u
mixing beards made se that the tops
p'e'ed. 'X'lilsj table wns painted t0
harmonize wltn tne eninu tit could al-e
Imic been painted black or ten in
imitation of lacquer), rhe mirror was
I mi 1 into the cover vuien the top wns
r'uM'd It ' dicealed all llv infn..,1lT
lll'ill 1 in s
1 nil ininu'i
1 comfortable '.l.1."'r' il ,1,V"K Hni' " '"uU
1-1 .... ........ .... -. .1 ,
rxnanntlen of 11 r nmiwiuni acrnai 1 .. ,-,..., ,,,,, ,.,' , ' '"'" hook. case. 1 lie wicci was of a verv Vl
i nnd her Intention te r. turn the llttle """" """. -'"""" green . .,,.. I00m. .'. .
r npkln rrinptlj. when th, lumluen- he-mner 11 a new enierpns Te "" rif VeiirP wlidl pe.ibi'. It is nlwiiv ? i"1
V irlver Interrupted with. 'I knew you Mntthew II-tch,ns she was 01.lv V ,. . f llrm. ke 1 e bedn-. m '1 sim?! ffrf
I "JJ 1.3 V e":, T"!".JS; '.,!V",.l;,'"-..,!"?,!:il'l "" LliLHAy Itnfenf " for use enl yn V $
f , w"'"".'"''' ""'V'." '"'... .",', ',":.. 'l "lr ""'."' " ' s eUO u.vr isevei- ,,.V (lim nnd few nhieeii i .:
11 nun Litii iiui veu ui 1 wwmiiiij "- 1 j-s.nri mill nuiri; mail mat.
"" Z1
t Us
i efed gucBt, In reality only mirrored tlie
I Butaker'aullcr luck of the first prin-
made In, both Colonial and period d
signs, and may ue upueiEiered m Kfl
mr.estrv mohair, leather or chintz. 1 2f
A verv nretiy room wmen tne writer 1j
w had' the dny-bed covered in chintz. Jr.
with eilk stripe $3 $4
M White Oxford ) neckband or cellar attached 2
hi White Peplin the best wearing shirt marketed ($3
S? English Broadcloth whict0eIe.r ,n 3 34-no $5 &e A
9 . ..i jt..i ...1 rf se te en ft
CTrf if lire OlIK beautiful paucrni, """ "'""'I ve r0.-v,
tyl Uray flannel " a" ,--.. ...... v,. s 1-
And this will make a great hit with Uad: ,
Woven Madras (Something Special) $3.85 ea.f 3 for $8 $J '
ii 11 it e'j.1. en m
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but i.ln,--- n.ned.atfU ,l. 'm.,,1,,.,1 , 'n.'-Mns ; im.-i , ..";' ". r-
, fcf ni an ,iii".. . ....,.- ,-. n
'W iielMi oleloed brtcdlnt.
X(wrrew StaSQ Frixht)
meiu restful no.
1 tCtmtfnued tomorrow)
724 Chestnut Street
luys 24
Distribute Them en Christmas Day
Little bright red packages packed full
of luscious little seedless Sun-Maid Rais
ins every Kiddie wants one en Christ
mas Day.
Buy a carton at the nearest store 24
ier $1, the special Christmas price.
Distribute them among the children.
Inen let them give a little package te
each of their little friends.
A delicious, healthful, natural sweet
meat that s both geed and geed for them.
Let's get the carton new 2 dozen bril
liant little boxes, all for $1 less than Se
Little Sun-Maids
"Christmas Raisins"
5c Everywhere