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By Virginia Terhune Van do Water
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How our children shall ik la worth
consideration. I do not menn liow they
ahall learn to form the fir at babr-words
that mean ao much to the devoted par
ent. But ahall they apoHk Ilka educated
and refined member of society, or ahall
wa allow them to Imluliie In the lnn
and rouKh-and-tunillu language peculiar
to lotm of their associate?
Children are aa Imitative aa monkeya.
On man who. In . Intense momenta,
lapses Into profanity has a bright little
daughter of two-end-and-a-half yeara.
The parent did not auppoae that tha
tiny creature waa old enough to notice
any pecullarltlea In her father' speech.
On day, when he waa giving the child
ride on hi foot, ahe looked up at him
with an ecaatatle smile.
"My God, what a good time we're hav
In'," ahe lisped.
Tha father net her down and started to
hla feet "Where did the child ever pick
tip auch an expression?" he exclslmed.
"I won't have my baby taught pro
"Then you muat not use It In her
presence,'1 tha mother rejoined quietly.
It la certain that children have an apti
tude for learning the things we would
not have them learn. The vulgar word
heard on the street, tha rough expletive
uttered by a playmate. Is repeated with a
parrot-like accuracy that make even the
unorthodox almost believe In natural de
pravity. One nura bewailed the fact that her
charge would not learn tha prayer ahe
had tried for week to teach him, yet
learned at the aecond hearing a coame
rhyme ung In hla presence by a small
Such being the case. It behooves us par
ents to guard our speech, Not that we
are prone to profanity or vulgarity, but
we do use slang more than we realise.
Tha man who says to hla small son,
"Can that racket!" Instead of "Stop that
noise!" need not be surprised If tlio lad
find auch expresalon more neutral than
ha doe English undeflled.
We cannot keep our children from the
use of eome of these phrases common
among their playmates and school
mates, but we can try to have them hear
enough (rood Kngliah In their homea to
make them familiar with correct speech.
This will, to some extent, "dilute" the
less refined language.
Even babies may be taught the right
instead of the wrong thlnga One won
ders, therefore, why aome parents talk
to their children In an idtotlo prattle that
la an Insult to an Infant of average In
telligence. 'And how was 'oo dls mornln', my
tootale-wootsleT" ooose the loving mother
as she kisses her baby. "She's mom
moo's petty sing, ain't aheT"
Does such senseless patois denote a su
perior quality of affection T It certainly
does not Indicate a high grade of Intel
lect 1 On might say Juat as Under
things In sane and grammatical phrase
ology. I know one woman who to this
day perpetuates the phrases of her silly
mother to such an extent that she aU
waya greets her Intimate friends wltb
"How. is 'oof
We all know that what' a funny In the
kitten isn't funny In the cat. But waa
uch talk as that ever funny even In the
moat diminutive kitten?
I wduld not suggest that the child be
corrected In his own sweet baby-prattle.
If he Is so young that he says "goggle"
Instead of "doggie." let him say It. As
he learns to form his words mora cor
rectly ha will loea the baby phraseology
all too soon for our liking.
One little girl never learned to say
"fish" until she was I yeara old, but
always spoke of "flaa," and her parents
smiled, affectionately at the error and let
It pese. That waa wise. But why teach
child to say "geegee" Instead of
horse," or "choo-choo" Instead of "car,"
or tell him ha may have a ride in the
"honk-honk" Instead of an ' automobile T"
Surely even childish Up can say "auto"
aa easily as "honk-honk" 1
While we are on this subject of correct
speech for the child, and tha example
that may be set him In the proper use
of bis mother tongue, may I be permit
ted to , repeat that which 1 have told
elsewhere of a mother who. unconscious
.of her own faults of phraseology, wished
her husband to correct hla eon's frequent
use of elan.
, ' y dear." she said. "It's tha limit the
way Jack reels off alang. It a up to you
to make him cut It out!"
- la any further comment necessary?
. Do You Know That
iialads were first made in Holland and
A Japanese mounts hla horse on tha
Originally a yard meant tha circum
ference of the body.
The earth, under a thick covering of to fumlah a perfect credible alibi would
anow, la 10 degrees warmer than the air ' have a chaiu-e to tell her troublea to a
immediately above the snow. policeman. She'd find the door locked
! and barrvd ana Inst her, so that ahe
Prisoners in Morocco are compelled to ! cul(, MV,r Blt l0 t0 her .
pay the officers for their trouble In ar-1 ,,ianat.n at all.
resting and escorting them to the police J Tn.r Br9 thousands of men who rurely
statloa. j , nd an evening at their own fireside
Tha banyan tree" Kast India 1. re-", who, r perfo.tlyh.ppy and aati.
markabl. for the fact that It. tranche. KJ PUvto.. pok.r at 1-etr club, or drink-
droop down to the ground and take root " ' . " " J"0
" thst their wive are sitting up bored and
aa separate steins. ' , . , . " .
forlorn alone at home; but let the woman
The parchment used for drumheads Is.e'ther invito company in to relieve the
"prepared from the skins of donkeys, j monotony of her life or pi on her hat
calve, goat and wolves; and that for and go forth In search of pleasure, and
writing purposes from the skins of sheep, the mischiefs to pay.
The polUhli.g Is done with puml stone. of course, this Is bitterly unjust. Ita
Hair Made Curly
in Sing e Night
It has been n-oveieU that ths appH
cation of liquid si'inrrine aciuaily uiaaea treats her. , There s one rule for the wife
u wight hwar . wily a.:J wavy in a single 4nd mother for the husband, unless mar.
MKlil! Alto it u is a a peifeotly harm- . . ,.,..,
lc. hair u..utliu-r and dressing. It ha rlage Is to end in a gTand explosion,
ttie peculiar iu:n if drying in prenyl Hupnoae a woman ertjetsee her hua
wavr., awlr'. and cress.--. !band faults and weaknesses as freely as
biraivhl. lanky Im'i and cruel rurl- '
ti.g Iron are no longer ti-ejy. An, criticises hera. Buppoee, when Mr.
3juKKist of cur- an uppiy you wild Jones made a bad bargain In business or
w few ounces or the li.iuid ailinei Ine. 1 sot gorgeously gold-bricked In a trade,
euougu to keer I lie hnir lUrU for vrrli.. , . . , . .
.. Il is Either sd. ky nor greasy, but lh,t Mr" ioa" Mt ' tn
very uI'iuuloi uh. Ai.pl tu tn- hsir him how many kind of aa flot ho was,
at beotiiiis with a clesn tooth bruh. but embellished the lncloeet with a few
ird'T.airurwi-rtd trrJT keptKo. uu tr
Waviitew. Advertisement. hr favorite dinner story. What would
Chinese Fashion Appears
in a Mandarin Suit
Old Mother Paahlon la not to be de
nted. Wars may stifle tha Ingenuity and
enterprise of the Paris modistes, bat she
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Women Do Without
By DOROTHY DIX.
A young and pretty woman la married
to ft man who goo out as soon as he
has had his (tinner, leaving her to spend
the long, dronry evening alone. He di
verts hlns.-l( by
going to theaters
and dances and
cafes with other
women and men.
and Via wife wants
to know if she has
not the right to fol
low his example.
and amuse herself
Of course she's .
got the right, but
she hasn't g"t the'
liberty, and If ahe
tries following In
her husband a foot- .
(tepa she will find
that they lead her,
by a short cut. to
the doors of the
What Is sauce for . the matrimonial
goose Isn't - sauce for the matrimonial
gander, and there are very few men who
will stand for tho line ,ot conduct in
their wive that they expert their wive
to put up wltb from them.
A man. for Instance, resents It as, un
warranted nagging for his wife to ask
him where he has been when he comes
home at I O, M.. but any woman who
stayed out until that hour and refused
man won't stay at home and try to en
tertain ht wife, be should not objurt to
.her finding some on else who will, but
j as sir. Cleveland remarked concerning
i another matter, It's a condition and not
a theory that confronts us. and the plain
truth of the matter Is that no married
- woman dares treat her husband as he
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will find a way still to surprise and thrill
the Jaded pining for "something new."
' Bo here we have from far off mysteri
ous China a novelty to delight the heart
of feminine faahlon extremists. A Man
darin morning suit, If you please. In
which to lounge and be comfortable.
, These suits are for those with a well
fflled purse, for (Tiers Is hardly a limit
to tha extent of elaborateness and rich
ness of design In which milady may In
dulge to please her fancy.
Brocaded satin, worked with golden
dragons, or silvery decorations, forma the
basis for the outside material, with the
linings of gorgeously colored silks.
This photograph is Just received from
England and foreshadows a novelty that
will soon arrive on our shores. That It
will be accorded an hysterically enthusl
astlo welcome Is tha prediction of the
London fashion experts.
Mr. Jonea do and say to Mrs. Jones for
exhibiting himself as a fool before com
W pause for a reply. Tet all of u
know dosens of men whose main funny
story Is aome mistake that their wive
have made, and whloh they never fall to
tell, though tho telling brings tears of
mortification to their wives' eyea.
When tiling have gone wrong at the
store, Mr. Smith bangs Into tha house
and alama tha door behind him, and
appears with a faoa ao glum that tha
children hush their prattle and the cat
gets under., the couch, and ' the wife
scuttles to the kitchen to hurry up din
ner. He storms and raxes and grouches
whenever h feels Uka It, and Mrs. Bmlta
spends her time trying to soothe hlra
down and cheer him up and win him out
of his black humor.
But suppose, Mrs. Smith tore up tha
earth every time anything went amiss
in the' kitchen, suppose when her hus
band came home from work ha found her
glooming around, and aha only grumbled
when he spoke to her would husband
offer himself as a lightning rod to carry
off her bad temper?. Not muchl He'd
put on his hat and go out and find aome
place with a aerener atmosphere.
And whisper It - low. sisters why
shouldn't a man take as much trouble to
keep himself young and slim and straight
fronted and well-dressed and attractive
to retain his wife's love, as a woman doea
to keep her husband Interested In her?
Hvery woman la deathly afraid of getting
fat and tripled-chtnaed lest she be less al
luring to her husband at 45 than aht waa
at 30. But do you ever hear of a middle-
aged man who la getting bald-headed and
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ooesn i even occur to a man mat nia
wue couui quit loving mm or get urea c,
him, but he expect her to keep hustling
to keep hlin perpetually fascinated.
Suppose also a woman should treat her
husband when he Is sick as ha treats her.
When Mr. Brown comes home and finds
Mrs. Brown slct ha la anxious for her
to nave a doctor, and a nurse, and
quarts of medicine if she needs It. Having
duly provided these, he tlDtoes over to the
bed and aava how aorrv ha la that hla
dear Manu U Buffering, but he's no good
in a sick room, and so he tares, forth to
the theater or some other place ef diver
sion, where his mind will be taken off of
the thought of how uncomfortable thlntsa
ar at home with illness in the house.
But when Mr. Brown is sick. If dear
Maria isn't on the Job every minute of
the time, if ahe len t holding hla hand
uu iwKiiii kvitui wnu aneuaing
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-en .... ruo.i iir-uaco. man on eann, ann
nouia an go forth to spend the even-
Ing while he was sick In bed he would
never forgive her for it.
AU of which goes to show that there
Is on cod of matrimonial piocedure tor
the man and another for the woman, and
that any wife who attempts to treat her
husband tha way ha treats her had as
wall pack bar trunk for Reno.
I Folly of Regarding Success as Matter of Luck Advico to LoTelorn
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Hy DR. CIIARLKS II. PARK HURST.
There prevails rather widely the Idea
j that life is a good deal of a raffle and
that whether one Is going to be a sue
' i m depends principally upon the star
and upon luck.
I whatever that may
, be; all of which I
I very cheap phlloa
jophy, Indoed, Is not
' philosophy at all,
j but sheer foollsh
lne, augmented by
I laiiner. The Cher
I I'hlng of so Indol
: ent sn opinion
I marks one as a
' failure almost from
I In ordinary times
there are very few
I people. If only they
possess the normal
degree of health
and Intelllg' e n c e,
but what ran make
a fairly successful thing of life If they
are willing to pay the price for It, and
It Is considerable r.f a price.
The Bible's Injunction, "Work out your
own salvation," applies outalde of reli
gion Juat as well aa Inside. It means
that whatever helpful Influence may over
take a person from outalde, what one
really gets he has got to get by earning
ft, and build his success out of his own
wits and efforts.
The habit of leaning upon some one
rise Is fatal and that Is a lesson that
needs to be learned early and practiced
all the time. When one has depended
upon a crutch for a while It becomes lm
ponalble to go without one, and that kind
of people the world has no Interest In or
Success is something that one has to
prepare himself for, and that preparation
consists In making himself competent,
not competent for everything, but com
petent for something. People who apply
for a Job and when asked what they can
do say they can do almost anything are
unconscious liars, for forty chances to
one they can't do anything as It ought
to be done, and it la only those who
can do things aa they ought to be done
that are successful candidates for posi
tion. Even In these times of unemployment
Look Ever Ahead
By KIiLA WHEELER WILOOX.
(Copyright, 1MB, Star Company.)
It me look always forward.
Was I not formed for progress? Other
wise With onward pointing feet and searching
Would God have set ma squarely on tha
Up which wa all muat labor with life's
Tender the sxaJ of all this rmvl lt
What matters It, If yesterday the skl'ea
With light were golden, or with clouda
I would not lose tomorrow's glow of
Bv peering backward after sun's long set
New hope Is fairer than an old regret;
Iit me pursue my Journey and preaa on
Nor tearful eyed. aUnd aver In one apot.
A briny statue like the wife of Lot
These are the days whloh try men's
souls, and tha happiest of us environed
by the most desirable conditions feel the
need of mental bracer to prevent our
selves from rest-
Ing under the
cloud of gloom
cast by this ap
palling war. In a
masaglne the fol
for mental un
llfta are given for
each day in tha
week. They are
Paul's Love Song,
I. Cor., 13th chap
ter. "Love never fall
eth." Unklndnesa. impatience. Irritabil
ity fall In accomplishing good results,
but apply tha words of love spoken from
the love-consciousness, and you can have
Monday "A soft answer turneth away
wrain.; out grievous words stir up
aruier." rrov. 14:1.
Lot ua see to It that wa giva tha "soft
answer. It does not denote weakness,
but God-strength. .
Tuesday-"A wholesome tongue Is a
tree of Ufa." Pro. HI
Keep your thought from evil and your
lips from speaking guile.
(a) Do not talk about war horror rM
O not dlaciua InharnwwlAiia AnniHnn..
Oo fo'ry. fear nor doubt; (d) sea
;th. good In everyone and In everything.
v eanesday "love worketh no ill to
. his neighbor; therefore Love la tha ful-
filling of the law." ltomana U 10.
If our words) are words of Love, they
win work no ill to our neighbor.
Lot your speech be always with
grace, seasoned with salt that ye may
know how ye ought to answer evenr
i "n"." Col 4.-1
Thursday Let us no longer criticise,
-nylhln or anybody, but with faith In
n creator, look for the good In aU
i mora and more will the good be seen.
Friday Tha quickest way to make our-
selves stop talking about sickness Is to
Stop believing In slrkn
Health ia real, sickness W unreal. It
Is the part of Wisdom to believe In the
Reality. No matter what appearanoa of
alckneaa you may sea today, try to rval
ue the reality of Health, and to know
that tha appearance ia but a falsa belief
that cu) t removed by knowing tha
1 pjaiurday Thins; well before you
j you have a thought that Is not
.k- i.u i ... ,K..k.. .n
away without being put Into words. But
speak that word of appreciation, of
thanks, of praise. Tou will have ths
After you have read your dally lesson
then make their little assertion quietly
and silently In your room alone:
I aw an xpraaaloo of ths Great Cra-
I Hi v.?'
there af hosts of people that are at
work and that are getting fair wages,
but that is because they understand how
to do well what they are set to do. All
the. Inefficient are screened out at such
a time and go to the poorhouse or the
Yet, parenthetically, it ' should be
frankly acknowledged that In seasons
when the pressure la as severe aa It la
now even men and women able to do
good work have sometimes to depend upon
outside aid, yet some even of them. It
they had husbanded their resources while
work waa good would have been able to
Mlde over this season of distress without
depending upon charity.
When all necessary exceptions have
been made It still remains true, aa a gen
eral principle, that valuable people are
not crowded behind the door when the
opportnltltlea are passed around.
So that to make one's self valuable is
the first step toward success, and it Is a
big step. When we ssk how much a man
Is worth we generally mean how much
property ha he. It Is a more serious
question when we mean by It how much
worth la there In the man himself; that
la to ay, bow much is there in him that
is of value and that therefore can be con
verted into product.
A man's worth Is to be measured by
what he la capable of doing. A dollar Is
worth up to the amount that a dollar will
buy; no more, no lesa. 'Whether It be
dollara or men, the same queatlon applies
what will It fetch? How much can any
given person be converted Into In the
ahape of work? The answer to that ques
tion settles his value.
When It la a matter of pick and shovel
the question asked of a man who wants
a Job la, how much work is there in you?
The test of his value Is his muscle. How
much work can his brawn be converted
Into? That Is a low-grade application of
our principle, but It is a fair application
and is the one that was applied In old
times when slaves were auctioned off at
the block. Worth was measured In terms
of labor. It waa then and is now.
: When we come up into higher lines of
service calculation of a man's worth la
conducted on the same principle. He la
worth Just as much as he is good for.
Reckoning by the standard, some are
worth $1,000, some $10,000 or even $50,000.
A good many are not worth anything.
That la ail that anjrooa Is worth who can
I hatve every quality of Ood.
I am Peace, Power and Plenty.
I am going forth to give strength, light
Joy and prosperity to all with whom I
coma In contact today.
I am tho center of Divine activity,
and all I do must prosper.
The Greet Universe la In the hands of
tha Great Creator.
I am tha center of a universe) of my
own and It is my work to sea to it that
all goes well In my environments.
I will be what I will be.
No matter with what depression and
discouragement you awaken In the
morning, if you follow these directions
absolutely, before you descend from your
room you win una your day changing
from gloom to sunlight Tou will learn
how to generate sunshine, hope, cour
age and power within yourself. Tou
will learn how to change your environ
ment to bring health out of sickness,
success out of failure, youth out of ago
and Joy out of gloom. If you are willing
to work for it persistently, all these
things shall be yours.
Do, you want to fireproof your muslin
or casement curtain? Then put an ounce
of alum In the rinsing water. This ap
plies also to children's clothes.
To clean rusty curtain hoops place them
in a oowl and cover with oloudy am
monia. Leave for a half an hour and then
Just stir them round with a stick. Tha
books will look like new.
Stains on tha hands can b easily re
moved by using salt and legan Juice. Put
little heap of salt on a saucer and
queesa sufficient lemon Juloe Into It to
moisten it Rub this on ths stain until it
disappears, then rinse tha hands in clean
A Scouring Mixture Take one nart of
Uina, two parts of soft soap, and three ot
sand, and mix well together. In scrub
bing board a. tar lee, eta. put a HtUe of
tha mixture on ths brush, afterwards
rinse well with clean water and dry
If whits shoes have become too dark
and dlrty-looklng to bo cleaned they can
be turned into smart-looking brown ahoes
by rubbing them over with a mixture of
twenty drope ot t&ffron and two table
spoonfuls of olive oil. Two application
will be required to make tha color dark
A FINE TREATMENT
BAST TO UU AITS COSTS UTTXJI
Catarrh Is such an insidious disease
and has beooro so prevalent during the
past few years that Its treatment should
be undaratood by all.
Science has fully proved that Catarrh
is a constitutional disease and therefore
requires a constitutional treatment
Sprays, inhalers, salves and noae douche
seldom if ever give lasting benefit and
often drive the disease further down the
air passages and Into tha lungs.
If you have Catarrh or Catarrhal deaf
ness or head-nolaes, go to your drug
gist and get one ounce, of Parmlnt (Dou
ble strength). Take this home and add
to it V4 pint of hot water and 4 ounces
of granulated sugar; stir until dissolved,
take one tableapoonful 4 times a dar.
This will often bring quick relief front
ths distressing head-noises, clogged nos
trils should open, breathing become easy
and mucoua atop dropping into tha
Thin treatment haa a alight tonic ac
tion which makes It especially effective
in rasoa where the blood has becmij
thin and weak. It la easy to make,
tastea pWasant and costs little. Every
person who wishes to be free from this i
destructive disease should give this
treatment a trial. -Advertlaement
do nothing well. Those are the ones that
swell the ranks of the unemployed.
A atreet cleaning inspector told me a
great many are so physically degenerate
that they cannot even be given a Job
shoveling enow. We are not qualified to
estimate the value of such men's souls,
but vlewej- in relation to this work-a-day
world, such are sunk to the lowest
ebb of worthlessness. That may be a
strong statement of the case, but It is
only another way of saying that a man
who can do nothing la of no use and if
he Is of no use he I of no value.
If our young men will give some atten
tion to tills plain statement of the case
now it will be wortlwjen time aa much
as the same amount of attention to it a
doten years hence. In the midst of a
season of hard times, some years since,
I remarked to a large employer of labor
from New England: "It is difficult to
know what to say to these hosts of un
employed that are pleading for a Job.'
He replied In effect: "They have no
harder work trying to find something t.
do than I have in finding men that will
do It, and do it as I want it done."
Thore are certain principles that gov
ern In the industrial world that it Is
rank foolishness for a young; man to at
tempt to Ignore. I hope the young read
ers of The Bee will take this article and
make serious with it. The question lies
between being; good for something and
being good for nothing, and It devolves
upon each to settle that question for
Savings and Satisfaction Assured at
to $13.00 val
ues t coo
ftt e ejsssssss.
Hayden's Always for Silks
BETTER VALUES and BETTER ASSORTMENTS
Black Chiffon Dress Taffetas 4 0-ln. wide, rich, soft chiffon finish,
$1.60 yard value, at $1.18
30-lnch Black Dress Taffetas 2 splendid qualities shown Tuesday
at 68? to 08
8,000 Yard of Plain and Fancy Dress Silks 3 4 -In. to 3 6 -la. wide,
including MesBallnes, Chiffon Taffetas, Foulards, Plaid and 8trlpe
Novelties, etc 4a and 68
Beautiful Dresses that sold to
$35.00, at $9.00
A closing out of regular stocks
and two special purchases at, in
many cases, less than worth of
mnterials. Come in silk taffe
tas, crepe de chines, nets, laces,
novelty silks, etc $J)-90
711c Daylight Dress
Offers you almost endless vari
ety of new weaves and color
ings for selection, at moat at
tractive earl pricings.
62-lnch French Hroetdcloth
Satin finish, sponged and
shrunk, all new fall colors and
black, yd. 8t.48 nd S1.98
New AU Wool Plaids in the
Tartans, French styles and eU
other popular effects, two very
yard 98 "d 81.48
Dress Skirts to Measure fli.OO
Our tailor now has the new
fall styles on display and will
make your skirt, guaranteeing
perfect fit and tailoring
Inquire at Dress Goods Dept.
DIG SPECIAL FL&UR SALE TUESDAY
Every housewife and lover of good
bread, pies, cakes or biscuit should
try a aaok of our famous Diamond It
Flour. This flour la made from No.
1 selected spring wheat, every sack
is guaranteed to give perfect satis
faction or your money refunded in
full. TUESDAY, ria . s I q c
4-XJi. BACK VlltfJ
it IBS. rtjsui cuurs oavajrtr.
UTCO MVQAM fl-OO
10 lbs. best White er Yellow corn
. T lbs. best Bulk Laundry Starch. . S6e
IA bare Beat 'Em Ail or Diamond C
i lba. beat hand picked Navy Beans
xn Btrrrcrs Aim cbtevsbi scab.
aurr ros tas raoriak
The beat Creamery Butler, oarion or
bulk, lb. tao
fancy No. 1 Country Creamery But
ter, lb ass
Fancy No. 1 Dairy Table Butter, pee
The best strictly freen Country Eg -a.
Fancy Full Cream. N. T. White, Wis
consin Pream or Touug America
Cheese, lb toe
Kaory Brtrk Cheese, lb ISe
Nsufchatel Chrea each Ss
S,TQY HAYDEN'S FL
la Mast UeelUe.
THar Miss Fairfax: I have three ad
mirera; all are very nioe and 1 llko .
them. (Hie 1 met at a party; another I
met accidentally, and the other I know
from the place where I work. All tnre-j
have asked me to keep company with,
them. Which one Shall I choose?
The decision lies with you. I can only
suggest that you let your head assist
your heart in making the decision. Be
sure the one you choose Is of good char
acter. Tell Her Ike Newa.
Dear Miss Fairfax: I am a young man
of 21 and have been keeping company
with a girl two months. At first ahe
waa much In love with me, but my folka
were not satisfied. Some time ago I noti
fied her about the newa and flnce then
she does not seem as Interested in me aa
she waa at first. Now I have consulted
with them, and they seem to be pleased.
What can I do to regain her love aa be
fore. A. A. I.
Naturally she resented their attitude.
Now that you have won your parents to
nir side, tell the girl ao and tell her
iiccdlly, before you lose her.
hi- I t nfnir.
Pear Miss Fairfax: I am 22 and have
been keeping company with a girl of 1
for the last year and a half. Lately ahe
has taken a dislike to me over aomethlng
told her by a friend, which or course waa
not true. I loved her dearly and expected
( , - n.iil Vfl.
Now she passes me whenever we meet a
If she had never known nie. J. R. J.
All you can do Is to send her proofs
that the charges against you are false.
If that fails to win her, try to forget
her. She will have proved she no longer
care for you, even to your satisfaction.
to $23.00 val-
Buy Furs Now
And Save 25
All Manufacturer's Samples
Sent to us for comparison and selec
tion of our stocks by leading makers
of America will be offered during tho
next few days at 25; off regular re
Stock Includes 100 Beautiful FUR
COATS; also Fur Sets, Scarfs and
Mnffs, in almost endless variety.
Make a small deposit and we will hold
selection till wanted.
Silk Dressing S acquets
To $5.00 values at $1.05
A big line of beautiful silk
sacques, in all colors and
styles, remarkable values
A Splendid New Stock of
Waists and Dress Skirts.
A Big Slump in Fruit
It will pay yon to secure tU
sup piles now.
THINK OF IT!
Bll Mason Fruit Jarsi
Pints, 87c dos. Quarts, BOc do.
Half gallon si se, at, dos. ..63c
"White Crown Mason Jar Caps,
85e dos. quality, dos.. . . . . .0c
Bull Mason Jar Oapa, porce
lain lined, per dos 15So
Santa Mason Jar Caps, regnl&r
lOo dos. kind. dot. .Ao
"Sure Seal" Mason Jars, qta,
W) dos.; pints, dos 60c
lOe Jar Rubbers, 2 dos . .
6c Jar Rubbers, 3 dos. . . . ,0c
On Fourth Floor.
TXTABX.a MABbTCT OF
OMAsiA roa Tin rsop&m,
IB lbs. best Fancy Fotatoes for ..ISO
It lbs. Fancy Green Cooking Apples
Buy your potatoes and apples by
weight; the law requires It.
4 bunchea Fresh Beela or Carrots, Se
Fancy 8---t otatoea, per lb t
Fancy Head Lettuce, per bead . .TV4o
I bunches Fresh Radishes As
Fancy W ax or Green Beans, lb., 4'te
larse boup Bunchea loo
Fancy Sweet Corn, per dosen ....lSs
Fancy Denver Peas, per quart ...loo
l.ar market basket Cucumbers SSo
Large heads Fresh Cabbage SH-SH
4 bunchea Fresh Parsley so
Large Etr Plant, each 10
California Grape pedal.
large baekata. par basket 90s
e lb. "..Se
k wtix aa rzACsi mix-.
wa as visa ous cua-roauisva
to atnr bow.
For Tuesday we have a carload of ex
tra fancy Idaho Elberta Free ton
Peaches, packed in bushel baskets.
Monday ' S1.1S
1 oarloed of extra Colorado Blberta
rrecstoa reaches, paofceg la erates
4 basket orate XtaUaa Bin FIiubs.
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