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1 A Woman Jcorgives
By WINIFRED 11LACK
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Sept 7, a912.
Winifrcd Black: The rorglving woman,
clear madam, a thousand to one. And
nary a nickel's worth of "sneaking fond,
nesn," or any other kind of fondness, for
t ho "demanding"
Tho woman who
forgives' puts her
man on parole
There is something
meval, deeply pris
oned in tho mid
riff of every man
worth whllo who
w hen forgiven by a
woman, nnd put on
parole by her keeps
his parole, pome
little Inner volco
Informs him that
the woman who
forgives him Is a bigger human being
than he Is; and the moment ho realizes
that fact, then he wants her.
I've been through the mill, good
llndam Block. The "other woman" was
'the "demanding" woman; and the God
knows T was glad to get back to -the
side of tli real woman (tho wife), who
forgave 'as she alwas hnfi .forgiven
and I'Ve,-played tho' game fair with liet
ever since, and always will.
A REPENTANT AND HAPPIER MAN
Well, well, hero Is some good news
for the wife who forgives, 'm glad
of it, she needs good news, poor woman
and lots of it to make her forget the
dull ache that she will carry In her
heart to tho grave.
"Ho deceived me once, I wonder if
How many times do you suppose, Mr.
Gay Husband, that the wife who fot
gave you so "easily" goes over and over
that wretched formula In her poor, puz
zled, shocked, frightened mind?
' Have you the least Idea that she is
happy now, that wife of yours? She for
gave you, yes, but have you the faintest
83rt of notion that she can ever forget
what you did?
Never speak of It? Of course, not!
Never lets you think she even falntlv
remembers It. She must have some rem
nant of pride somewhere, saved somehow
from tho wreck.
Forgotten, that wound? Never until
sho forgets the day her first baby was
born will sho forget the awful hour when
she found you out. You, who allowed an
other wor an to make fur. of her for a
poor, deceived dupe you who promised
to love, cherisn and protect her, and you
throw her heart to the dogs to fcM up i
tho heart you p.rtend tu cherish so
Perhaps you do perhaps you do, but
do you thing the woman you made
light of once will ever believe you again,
no matter how much she prctend3?
Would you believe her again If you
discovered that she had lived a lie to
you for months, kissed you with an
other man's letters in her bosom, gone
straight from you to him with Bonn
lying excuse to befool you into stupid
acquiescence? You wouldn't forgrt, you
Tho Labor and -Glothes.
Xt All Grocers
9 mf'3B&3ifl' Br. tHt!
I is I
Pan She forget? J
couldn't. Well, then, what ground have
you for supposing that a woman can
be greater, broader-minded, finer in
every way, than you?
She's human, too, you know; she isn't
made of marble; there is no Ichor in her
blood; she'll bleed If you stab her, just
as you will.
How did -you ever get the idea Into
your head that women could forget so
much easier than you can?
Some of them do?
Never, never so long as the world
goes around. They pretend to for vari
ous lcusons, some of them noble and un
selfish, and somo of them mean and
Some pretend to forgot In order to
keop the family together. Some of them
pretend to forget so as to help one they
know is a good man In most things to
como to his best Belt again. Bless the
hearts of such women, they are the
mothers of all that Is best In human na
ture. And some pretend to forget because
they want the money their business give
them, or the social position they gain as
the wife of "so and so." the well known
"something or other."
And some pretend to forget because
thoy never really cared a rap about It.
These are the woman who don't cam
tuppence for' any man Jtvlng or,juiyone
nbovo ground but themselves. So long ar
they are well shod, well housed, well
groomed, their husbands may mako a
joke of them from one end of the town
to tho other It Is nothing to them.
No, gentlemen, don't make yourselve
believe any more fairy tales. Women
forgive, poor things, lots of them, but
they do not forget, and never can, any
more than men can.
So you were "glad to get back to the
real woman, tho woman who forgave
as sho always has forgiven. And you
"played the game fair with her ever since
and always will." Until next time, good
sir, I'm afraid I would keep thinking ir
I were the real woman who had to for
give this time, as she had so many time?
And I wonder if the "real woman"
thinks you nro a "real man." right down
deep In her heart of hearts. Do yon
suppose so. really? And do you honestly
believe she liken to "play the game"
with Buch a very uncertain partner ac
you seem to be? Honestly, now, I'd ro
ally love to know.
Sermons Without a Sound II
There exists In New York on One Hun
dred nnd Kortyrelghth street, near Am
sterdam avenue, a church that Is unique
In a city of many strange Institutions
and movements. A few Sundays ago,
at the afternoon service, the building
was well filled with a quiet audience.
The clergy presently came In vested In
the habiliments of the Episcopal church,
preceded by a procession of young
women in vestments, led by a crors
bearer. At a signal these young women,
who formed the choir, ranged themselves
before the altar, facing the poople, and
In graceful, rhythmic motions of the
hands and arm "signed" a hymn, which
the silent congregation looked at with
Tho clergyman then continued the serv
ice In slcns, Tho people knelt or stood,
as the ritual of the Episcopal church de
manded, yet nver a sound was heard of
o!cr or music, only response was made
by tho eloquent moving of answering
hands from the crowded pews. A sermon
followed from the conspicuous pulpit, for
thrso people must see If they would un
derstnrJ. and by a series of motions,
romo so graphic as, to be comprehensible
to the visitor, a discourse was addressed
to the silent, watching throng. The
whole servlre was pathetic and, touching
to a degree, and as one dowly made his
way from tho edifice he wandered If
anywhere else In the great city so curi
ous a worship had that day been offered.
it was learned subsequently that St.
Ann's chuch for deaf mutes, for that
was the church that had been visited,
was the only church in New York solely
used for the silent people. Later on. In
conversation with the vicar, Rev. Dr.
John Chamberlain, whose sermon had
been seen, but not hexrd, it was learned
that St; Ann's was a part of St. Mat
thew's parish, of which Rev. Arthur H.
Judge Is rector, and that the vicar had
been over forty years In the deaf mute
work. He travels, so he said, far and,
near In his ministry, .he attends court
to Interpret for deaf men who chance to
need his services there, he buries their
dead, baptizes their children and .assists
them in their need. New York Post.
Iptiyp yagaz,lip p)a
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THeP. VIVACITY I MKe XW
. TMSiR. .SILENCE . s
III' f v r;tr r
HIRAM HICkBR WAS HANG
ING- ey his reer from a
TUBE TO SHOW HIS SUMMER
B0A.fc.P6ES WOW A DArsiepd
C5UUUbiNLV MVPICfc WAS
WeARP IH IMP Dl STANCE
WHICH ft650UNDNG- IN
THE: ETHEREAL WAVES
PIPGT) MKe THIS,
"F rALSTF HAD A
Gro&o APpeTfre" and
UJftAT WAS IV ROMeo
HOW ARE YOU FXGT)
"FOR THE WNTefc-
IHOPE i qeT
A QrOQD BITE.
What is the Ideal Proposal?
Si l U,LB i tit rr" t
In Turkey Courtship Comes After Marriage
By MAIUJAKKT iiUHUAKD AVER.
What Is tho Ideal proposal?
How yould you like to bo proposed tu
by a Turk?
No, not Blue Heard, but the modern
Turkish gentleman, who, according to
Madame RUincho Arral, is ono of the
most charming, court and delightful
people, nnd an expert In the art of love
making nnd proposing. .
Mndamo Arral I, the noted Blngcr, has
made several tours of tho world, and
been entertained In Constantinople by the
most distinguished Turkish families. She
l& herself a princess by marriage.
She has had on excellent Insight Into
Turkish life, courtship and proposals,
and she told me about It In that cramlnir
vivacious manner of hers, which Is part
of a magnetic personality.
"If you want to know how the Turk
proposes," said Madame Arrall, laugh
ing, "you must be prepared for (i re
versal of the ordinary order of things.
Courtship follows marriage In Turkey
InHteml of preceding "
"Th marriage Is arranged by tho
mother of tho prospective husband. This
Judy, after It has been dwlded upon that
the son of the house shall be married,
goes out on a tour of Inspection to visit
other women of her own class, station In
life nnd fortune, who havo marriageable
daughter?. A girl can be married off ut
the age of 12.
"Usually the young Turks complete
their education In a foreign land, gen
erally In Paris, and before leaving home
they are wedded to some young girl or
child of. their own country and religion,
"Of course, the courting Is dono when
the young man comes back from his
studies. As I was saying, tho marriage
Is arranged by the two mothers. The
mother of the prospective bridegroom,
after the hns satisfied herself that she
has picked out the daughter-in-law best
suited to her son's position, tells tho
young man something of his future "wife's
appearance and he has to bo satisfied
"The girl is a little better off. for she
may get a glimpse of her future husband.
Of course, the Turkish women nro always
closely veiled and are never teen In
public. Rut at concerts where I have
sung, the distinguished ladles of Mo
hammedan society wore behind an Im
mense screen built in to tho far end of
the wall and made In such a way that
you could not see who was behind It
but that those back of it could observe
the auditorium and the singers at their
"At such a. concert, or possibly from
the lattlcwl window of her chamber, the
Mohammedan mnlrten gets her only' view
of her future husband.
"The wedding takes place with the
bride and her family on one side of a
curtain and tho groom and the prlsst on
the other. It Is only after the ceremony
that the husband lift his wife's veil for
the first time and sees her face."
OMAHA, MONDAY, XOVKM1M0R I'HJ.
Judge Kumhauser Waxes Poetic
Copyright. 191. Nntlcnal Newi Aas'n.
LOVE HULtr. THE COUUT
hOMEW DffLOW And
5Ain"T& A DOVE; Foti
(VOXW MV MAN1 GO
HOME nND T?W lTA--
GENTLE MEN B 0ATBP
INTERLOCUTOR - HBfcE,HeR.e-
WHAT AR.& WOO TWO QUARREL
ING HUOU I.
BONES-WELL-ME WANT You
TO DECIDE A B&T- TAMB0
BET ME" NEF COULPTPLL A
Dl&GreR fl3N STORY THAN
IS YOUR STORY -B0NE5-
I SAID WENT
FISHING AND CAUC4IT A
NRALE-ANP TAMBO SAIP
KAUGrHT A MPft MAID-
IHTERLOCOT0R- TAMBO WNS
TWAT3 A BIG- FI6M srefcy.
WALP" A FISH STtifcV.
OUT OF J AW!
viHO I AM,
MADAME RLANCHE ARRAL,
According to tho singer, marriages In Turkey are arranged by the mothers of
tho contracting parties. Not until ufter tho ceremony does tho husband see his
"I should think that would be n dread
ful shock sometimes," 1 Interposed.
"Possibly It Is, though most of the
Turkish women are beautiful, especially
when they are young," continued the
'Hut now begins the actuul caurtuhln.
And tho Turk, who is tho most charm
ing husband In the world. Is us ntntle
and tender as any hero of romance His
wooing U full of delicate sentiment, and
ruir -ntv JAiD N.
THE EARLY SWIMMER
CRTCHPCi THE CRAMP.
TWE SUN WAS UU5TC0NW&
UP AS POOR OLO KELLV COT
HOME. HE TRIED AN0 MIS3eW
THE KEYHOLE TWICE
WHEN HIS BE TTEm UALK
OPENED TIE POOFt A MP, STOOD
STILL WITH SURPRISE.
SHETO0K A LONG SLANT
ATHlM AND THEN HISSED
"f AN OLD SAILOR
t0UHP HI5 CRAFr
THROW THAT B0OB
OUT, H&S ROCKNS
I'M THE B00B
he will promise to fatoh tho moon down
to win the affection of the loved one.
He has much expurlenco und U un ex
pert at lovnmuklug.
"When a Turk proposes to a European
woman he dons so by letter; a letter full
of indent prnmlu-s und tender feeing,
Oh, yes I had a propcrul of thnt kind,
mid Miidamt Arrn I un--wiring inv que"
Hon., 'and H wa one of the most charm
lug iplatles I huvo ever received; and,
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I fF- A tAkC Vvia SNiPit -nscfi i Ull7raTli I V. - .f
, Itjr KLUEKT
Now that tho shouting of the cnptnlns
has ccanod nnd tho noise of battle has
died away, It is well to see that business,
big nnd llttlo, Is not approhelislve.
Tho worst didn't
hnppen. Tho work
ers are going forth to
their tasks until the
evening. Tliri waters
flow, thu winds blow,
tlm sun shines. Iron,
steel, lumber and oil
nro In ilcnmiul.
Advices from Chi
cago, Denver, San
Francisco, M I n n o
and Now York re
veal tho fact that
wholesale dealers nro
struggling with an
Influx of telegraph
Tho further fact
thnt tho Npw York ,
Stock exchange quotations show un ad
vance tu prices averaging three point
Is an Index finger pointing tho wny.
Have we discounted the politicians?
Possibly. In uny event, wo are not afraid
of the scholar In politics. Scholars have
never worked sad havoo. Soldiers In
politics occasionally havo. Also, wo nro
a llttlo afraid of the reformer and the
Utopian who romos wtlf a hand-'modo
panacea. And certainly wo would avoid
tho professional revolutionist and the
anarchist. Rut tho scholar In politics U
novor u danger and a inenacc to civiliza
tion. Tho president-elect Is a hlstorlan-and
a .student. And ho1 knows, nbovo nil
men, that, this world Is not to be made
over by revolutionary processes. Wood
row Wilson Is sincere, but ho Is not sn
Iouh. Ho can smile. Ha realises thut we
nro nil in process, himself Included.
you know, n singer gets many delightful
compliments If sho pleases her public."
"Well, 1 doiyt sco what good it would
do to bo proposed to In the most beauti
ful lnuguago, und then find that your
future husband has three other wives,"
"That Is ull a matter of custom. Tho
Turkish women are reared to expect
nothing otso, and In u way they havo an
I'usy life. To tho Turk, a wlM Is a lux.
ury, to hit taken euro of and guarded from
all trouble, Just about as a European
man would look' after an extraordinarily
prcclouH race horse.
"Tho women themselves aro invariably
sweet, docl I u und gentle. What else can
they bo? They have been trained by
many generations of mothers to submit
absolutely to tho will of their husbands,
und us the Turkish gentleman, In his own
home. Is undoubtedly n most charming
man, and kindness Itself to his women,
most of the women of the harem know
of nothing to complain.
"The Turkish woman lives only for her
home; nho has abiolutely no Iffu outside
of It. Shu stands 'ut the other extremo
from the Independent American woman.
who to us French people, at least, seems
to live a great deal for tho the outor
"The Turk Is extraordinarily Jealous
und (ho women think this a sign of his
uffccllnn. Many wotnon wonder how
American men can allow their wives so
much liberty, and why tho wife docs not
resent a total lack of Jeulousy In her
husband, A French woman would bo In
dignant to think that her husband cared
hn little about hur as not to be Jealous
If she flirted with othor men even In the
most Innocent way."
The easy Resinol way
to get rid of pimples
JUST bathe your face for several min
utes morning- and ni?ht with hot
water and plenty of Resinol Soap.
Finish with a dash of cold water to
closo tho pores. This simple treatment
will almost always get rid of pimples and
blackheads, quickly and completely. In
severe or stubborn cases, apply a little
Resinol Ointment, allowing it to remain
on a few minutes before bathing with
Resinol Soap. Too ' healing, antiseptic
balsams in Resinol Soap and Ointment
sootho and cleanse every irritated pore,
leaving tho complexion clear and velvety.
Realnol Soap and Ointment stop Itcblne
InsUntlr sod tpMdllr hesl cxma sad
other skin humors, dandruff, chapped
hands, sores, boila, burns, wounds and
The Bee bv Tad
Is not going to
Inaugurato any epced-llmlt reforms that
will land business In tho ditch. Ho r ral
lies that economics la under tho domain
of natural law. Ho will conservo anil
retnln every beautiful and excellent
thing. At the same tlmo he wilt regulate
under proper conditions nnd supervise tu
a sensible way.
Possibly tho danger of tho third term
has been overrated In this Instance, but,
ns Thomas Jefferton Intimate!!, there'
may come a time when n man, drunk on
power, riding on tho whirlwind of hts
ambition, will fill the off;ce twice anil
thrice, and then decide to hold It for life
against all comers.
Even now third-term and unlimited,
term advocates aro agltatTng the circum
ambient ether. As a people, wo are tired
Everything moves In circles, and tho
man coming In tho name or reform has,
time and time again In tho past, proved
himself first tho demagogue and then
So now, whllo the subject 1 up, and
tho dcmocrntlo party is In control, thero
is n. very genuine demand among the poo-'
pie for tho fixing In tho constitution a.
limit to tho time that a man shall terve
The question will-probably be presented
to the people a year hence to vote upon.
No' Is the, tlmo to do ft. This Is the
psychological moment, and tho great
moss of tho people should bo allowed tu
decide this, particular question and plg,
eonhole It onco and forever.
Amorlca needs no monarch, dictator or
czar. And tin continual agitation of the
question Is not healthful. We aro demo
crats. The gentlo ways, tho patience and the
firm sway of the scholar are all right, but
tho dominion and rule of tho strong man.
never! And the democratic party will
confer on tho United States a great favor
by allowing the people to say so soon.
International News Service.
Pumping Out Inhaled Gas I
Annlo Mltchol of Sfi Sixth avenue. Now
Pork, Is a prisoner In Flower hospital,
charged with attempted sulcldo. Sho Is
recovering from the effects of gas poison
ing. According to the physicians at the
hospital 'tho owes her life to the appllca.
lion of the pulmotor, the new dovtco for
producing artificial respiration which
has been adopted by the Consolidated
Gas company to relieve those suffering"
from gas asphyxiation. The company
has put one of these Instruments In Its
emergency wagon and has notified the'
hospltnls that It will send the appliance
anywhere It ts needed.
Miss Mltchel was found In her homo
unconscious after having Inhaled gas. Art
ambulance call brought Dr. Crlspoll from
Flower hospital and the woman was pu
in the automobile ambulance, The engine
of the automobile stopped In Forty-sixth
street between Fifth and Sixth avenues.
While the chauffeur was repairing the,
engine Dr. Crlspell telephoned to the gas
company and when tho ambulance ar
rived at the hospital the pulmotor was
there waiting for the case. The gas
company's men applied tho device In the
presence of all the members of tho hos
pital staff. After an application of forty
minutes the regular oxygen, tank was ap
plied and tho patient began to show signs
of life. Since then she has steadily im
proved. New York Times.
PhOadalpbls. Jul J. 1CH
Over year aro mr f scs brcka
oat all orar with pimplM which
war ao noatshUy that I was
aahaaad to so any plaea la
eompanr. I triad manydUfar
nt ramed!. bat thr con
tinued to rt worse till I sant
for aamplas ef Raeaaol Soap and
Raalnol Ointmcot la March.
Prom tin dxj I started tulnx
Raalnol thai plaptas eosnaaaead
to diaaapaar. Altar satasj osa
caka of KWocl Saap a ad oa
aod a half Jars of lUalnol OtnU
snaat I was entirely wad.'
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