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lie Bees Ho m e Madfaz i ti e P a
Young Girls
and Road to
Success . . .
rm r jr f f , r 71TI O JTi Republished by Permission of
It Is fashionable to Be Modesty oays Jraris - uup. Bra. .
Copyright. 1WR, Star Company!
Just what & young girl must do to
make her life a aucceaa Is an Important
problem to solve, not only for herself,
but for future generations.
There was once
an unfortunate girl
who was deprived
of wholesome and
moral guidance.
auu who uuKenpr
ted from woman's
high estate and be
o a m e mentally,
morally and phy
loally 111.
From her vi
cious, Insane and
criminal de s e e n
danta have been
traced. As many
noble, worthy and
estimable descen
dants could fee
traced from more
man one excellent woman In past gen-
orations, and It Is therefore, of vast Im
portance what sort of maturity each
young girl attains.
As little grains of sand make the shore
and little drops of water the sea, so our
dally thoughts, ideas and acts form our
"Platitudes," some vivacious young girl
may cry, but the sea continues to rise
and fall, and the seasons to come and go
according to old-established rules, and so
human character must be formed by the
same unalterable laws. We submit to
God's plans, as the solar systems obey
His mandates.
"Something to do," seems to be the or
der of the universe.
Nothing is idle or without a purpose,
save some men and women self-made
derelicts of fate. The young girl born to
social position and a competence la oft
time handicapped In life's noblest purpose
--character building. I am sorry for the
daughters of wealth: I congratulate the
daughters of toll.
Necessity is the best friend of an am
bitious soul.
The people who achieve the greatest
results are usually those who were com
pelled to exert themselves early In life.
The young girl whose every wish Is
anticipated by parents and attendants un
till she reaches womanhood's years has
mall opportunity to asveiop mono xn
sacrificing and cnergetio qualities which
are strong factors In the highest type of
womanhood. The very first thing to cul
tivate la appreciation of the privilege of
Hying. No matter In what sphere of life
you were born, teach yourself to be glftd
you were tiorn. .
If you are a daughter of wealth, and
position, jcallae your great responsibility
toward humanity, and pray your guar
dian spirit to teach you wisdom, love and
sympathy. '
If you are a child of the noble army
of the world's workers, believe In your
power to help the world in its march
of progression, and ask dally for
strength, unselfishness and perse vere-
, .cor4 vnur Imoortance in the
wnov, nit -
Creator's great scheme of human exist
ence and realize your vast power to do
good in your close association with falling-humanity.
Respect your occupation, whatever It
may. be.
. Have one.
The trades, the arts, the professions are
all open to woman today. Be occupied.
pevote three or four hours dally to
some one purpose. It will give a est
and meaning to life, and will render
ennui and melancholy Impossible intrud
er upon your domain of thought.
Xo not allow the Idea that you are leas
fortunate than other human beings to
enter your mind for one moment.
Qod Is no reapecter of persons. You
have some quality, some feature, some
blessing, which you would not exchange
with any other person.
Realise that and rejoice In It. Realise,
too, that all possibilities of happlneaa. of
success and of achievement He in your
self. Never say or think. "If I had Influence
or aid, I could do this or that."
If you are possessed of or cultivate
those sterling and robust qaulitie which
atone could bring success to you under
any conditions. Influence and aid will
come to you unsought. The world helps
him who helps himself.
Never look outside for assistance. Look
up. and within. Then It will come from
all directions.
I have heard much of lucky people and
I have met and studied those deemed by
their associates the favorltea of fate.
I found them. Invariably, to be people
who believed in ' themselves, and whose
attitude, ar mina nan set me u-uricnv
"good luck" In motion.
They expected success, while they tolled
for . It.
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I Advice to Lovelorn
Be Pattest.
Pear Miss Fairfax: I am enraged to
a young man who la nice and kind. He
telle me he lovea me. hut at the same,
tlma girls come In to ae him where ho
worka. He tella me he doea not care
for them, but that he only llkea to talk
to them. What would you advise me
to do. aa I hate to give him up for a
little foolishness on hla part, and yet I
feel hurt about it?
Don't be jealous over trifles. If ynu
pay too much attention to a little thins
like this you will lead your flanco to
give undue weight to his own charm for
women. Be sweet and amiable and don't
refer to a little thing like this. It really
does not amount to disloyalty, and I
am aura that If you are very pleaaant
and agreeable about the whole matter
the man you love will come to feel
ashamed of .hurting you In any way.
DKii't Take It Toa Bertoasly.
Dear Miss Fairfax: I am a girl 1
yearn old and deeply In love with a boy
of my age. He ralla me up every night
and Jokea with me and eeema very In
terested In me. He alao calls up a girl
friend of mine. He pretends to think a
great deal of me. If I continue to keen
company I will , cause trouble. Aa I love
him dearly, kindly tell ma what to do.
Don't take telephone Jollying too seri
ously and permit yourself to become too
fond of one who shows an inclination to
be too promiscuous In his attention. If
you car for him and have reason to be
lieve he care for you there doe not ap
pear to he any more reason why you
should give him up than that the other
girl should, but If he I almply trifling
w ith you the sooner you end It the better
It will be for you.
By All Meaaa Apoloarlae.
Dear Miss Fairfax: Had an annMnt-
ment wtlh a man for II: So. and we it out
on an errand at and waa home at :fl.
in the meanwhile my friend called for
me. My mother, thlnklna I had tone arit
for the evening, told him o. Now, Mlaa
ralrrax, do you think It forward to try
and reach him by prnne, aa I fe aa
though It was my place to apologise for
the situation: or. do you think I should
wait for hi mto phone me, aa he la sure
of my phone number, whereaa I am not
sure rr nis7 "BOB,
You owe this man an explanation. - I
should moat certainly make every effort
to reach him and clear up the matter of
my seeming discourtesy.
A combination of good features from
several of the leading Paris bouses has
made possible this charming costume of
Bordeaux red panecla velvet trimmed with
black fox.
A long skating coat of Russian green
cloth is trimmed with gray aBtrakhan by
Bernard and fastened by a row of buttons
at the side. Gathers at the hips give a
semi-fitted effect.
This Russian skating costume of Gari
baldi red velvet was adapted from a Beer
model. Fine soutache braid trims the col
lar, belt and side, and seal fur la
Cut Out Meat
If Kidneys Are
Troubling You
Uric Add in meat excites Kid
neys and Irritates the
(From cabled Information to Harper'a
Baxar for November.)
Gone are the clinging draperies, the
kkirts split to the knee, the backs ex
posed to the waistline. The charming
simplicity of la belle guxanne, which led
n vain court from its atmosphere of pre
tense to an appreciation of the more
real beauty of the unaffected, is heralded
accord In to Emllie de Joncalre, who re
veals to the readers of Harper's Bazar
the very latest things done by Paqutn,
Callot, Jenny, Premet and other de
signer of genius In the French capital.
In Parla, she says, one finds on all
sides an outspoken desire to see the re
turn to the day that ay beauty at it
beet. Inspiration has been sought in the
liveliness portrayed by Wattcau and
Fragonard. The dominant note every
where is simplicity. There is - a great
revulsion of feeling against freakish in
novations and military fashions.
Skirts that give freedom of motion
without too much encumbering fulness;
skirts short enough to show a - dainty
foot without accentuating a large one;
sleeves that permit of art in their fash
ioning and when tight and plain, accentu
ating graceful curved or rippling with
lace and saucy ruffles, these are the
fashions that are already adopted.
The waist line ts normal, neither angu
lar nor uncomfortably small. Shoulder
may gleam from decollettes beloved of
the Umprena Eugenie and described l y
Kalzac os so graceful that "there seemed
to be no break between her shoulders
and her arms." But the fashionable
woman will not cut her gown to nowhere
in the back, nor keep us wondering what
holua her bodice up in front. ,
Bhe will not haxard pneumonia by wear
ing low shoes in the streets or baring
her throat to wintry winds. A sane
fashion muffles her chin In fur and pro
vides a sensible high boot, high enough
to defy the wind to show her stocking
above the shoe top.
Fashion are ssne. Fashions are
womanly and graceful. Beautiful are the
materials used velvets, brocadea and
lace. Stuff originally Intended for up
holstery will not appear In the wardrobe.
Those who admire Uakat munt be con
tent with hie stage crfeots and rellse
that while a peacock's tull Is beautiful
It would be out of place an a canary.
No more painting of the lips a vivid
carmine, says Knillle Ue Joncalre. No
more giving the check a blush that Is
too obvious; nor should they be bleached
In an Imitation of a whlted sepulchre.
Rouge will, of course, be used If nature
fulls, but in a natural way to give the
appearance of rudily health.
A wonderful mixture of brown, gold
and red, reflecting all the colors of the
Men as Well as Women Must Suffer for Sins
autumn leaf, I called nolaette for lack
of a batter name; and there U a yellow,
like pale moonlight. There are aa well,
vivid reda, and green, a red a mellow
a old wine, and magenta I revived, but
never to be uaed In combination that
shock one' sensibilities.
Coat arr of every length, and ao full
that they billow with every movement;
many of them are cut longer at the aide
than at the front and back, but one can
not say that any on atyle la th best,
declares Emllie De Joncalre. Th really
stylish woman select what I Individ
ually beat suited to her sr.d If a coat,
longer on the hip ha a tendency to
make her look shorter and stouter, aha
knowa that would be a foollah fashion
for her to adopt.
A noticeable feature of the winter
models Is the lli.lng, which I planned for
effect a carefully the garment Itself.
I Many of the linings this season are of
'cloth or velvet in contrasting color.
Many thousands of women have put
tip with streaked and gray hair because
they knew of no absolutely safe way to
overcome this robber of youtli and at
tractiveness. After all. ore of the chief pleasures
in life is that of appearing in as at
tractive a manner aa poaaibla.
Trownatone" Hair blaln will help you
in )ust thla emergency. A 1th it you can
touch up the gray spots Inatantly or
you can In a few moments' time give to
your hair that rich, soft brown, ao much
to be admired. Or, you can make it
a glossy black If you prefer. All thU
m it rout the possibility of detection, fail
ure or harm to either hair or acalp.
No previous experience whatever I
neceaaary when you tine "Hrownalena."
Just bturh or comb it Into the hair.
A sample and a booklet will be acnt
you upon reclpt of 10 cent.
All of the leading drug atores aell
j"BroWnatone." Two siaea lie and $1.00.
r Two shade 3d for golden or m.idlurrk
brown, and th other for dark brown or
Inal on "Browr.aton" at your hair
reaaer'. Prepared by the Kenton Pharmaral
Co., 29 E- Pike Ht Covington. Ky.
gold and guaranteed In Omaha by
I gherrran at McC'onnell Drug Co.' Ktores
and ether leading dealer.
The spectable of a wealthy manufac
turer, with polygamous tendenciea, who I
ha auddenly been pulled down from his I
hjgh eatate to the level of hla lowest I
victim, calla at
tention to the one
fact that wf over
look too often.
That is, that a
man must pay his
score for wrong-,
doing just a sure
ly a a woman
There have been
many cases of men
who have boldly
proclaimed d e f 1
snoe of conven
tions and, snapped
tbelr flngars at
the laws of Ood
and man, and who
after their names
have become a by
ward and a hissing In the mouths of
decent people, have changed their opin
ion about how far a man may safely
flout the moralities.
There 1 no more curious fallacy than
the generally accepted belief that te
thorn along th prtmroa path pierce
rnly the feet of the women that walk
It, and that men may dally nuacathed
tmong it flower.
Because the law will send a woman
to a penal eatabllshment and let the man
who made her what ahe 1 go free; be
cause we draw our aklrta away from
the girl who has sinned, generally
through loving not wisely, but too well,
and Invite the man who has deceived
her to dinner, tha belief ha grown up
among men that they can do a they
please and leave the score for the woman
to settle , alone.
Never waa there a greater mistake.
Undoubtedly, th woman who slna doe
have to pay the heavleat penalty. Nature
end society both punish her more
severely than .they do the man for di
verging from the straight and narrow
path. But no man Q deceives himself
as he who thinks that h can repudiate
his debt for wrong-doing and lay it on
the woman'a shoulders. T'ltlmate Justice
collects blood money from him, too.
What we sow we reap, and the one
harvest that every man mist garner la
hlewlld oats crop. That law la Inexor
able. A. man's sins follow him to tha
latest dny of his life, and sooner or later
re has to settle for them.
Young men think that they can drink,
find because they are not Immediately
ostracized for reeling through th streets
ct a woman would me, they think that
the public condones that weakness In a
man, and that they will not have to pay
for It. But they are mistaken. They
tay first In shattered nerve and weak
ened brain power, and they pay finally
and for all time In failure. No t:il man advances the drunkard in hla
office. No bualnea man puta s
drunkard in places of responsibility, and
so In the end the drunkard pays hla
debt to the bottle In raga and squalor.
Other men have thought that they could
gamble without paying the gambler'
debt. The penitentiarle are full of them.
They thought they would know when to
atop, but tha lure of the game got them.
Honest work became too slow a way to
make money, and there came a day when
a man broken on the wheel of chance
was flung oi.t into tha dlacard of hu
manity. Many men think that there ia a double
atandard of morality for men and women,
and that while a woman muat keep her
aelf clean and pure, ami above reproach,
that no such obligation Is laid upon a
man. They believe that a man may take
Noted Authority says we must
flush Kidneys with Salts
if Back hurts.
We are a nation of meat eater and our
blood I filled with uric acid, saya a well
known authority, who warn ua to be
conatantly ori guard agalnat kidney
The kldneya do their utmoat to free the
blood of thl Irritating acid, but become
irom tne overwork; they get lug
glsh; the ellminatlv tissues clog and
thus th wast I retained In th blood
to poison tha entire system.
When your kidney ache and feel Ilk
lump of lead, and you have atlnging
pain In the back or th urln is cloudy,
full of sediment, or th bladder la Irri
table, obliging you to seek relief during
the night: when you have severe head
aches, nervous and dlssy spells, sleep
lessness, add stomach or rheumatism in
bad weather, get from your pharmacist
about four ounce of Jad Baits; tak a
tablespoon ful In a glaaa of water be for
breakfast each morning and In a few
day your kidney will act fine. This
famous salt I made from the acid of
grape and lemon Juice, combined with
II thla, and ha been uaed for generation
to flush and stimulate clogged kidneys,
to neutralise the aclda in urine ao It I
no longer a aource of Irritation, thus
ndlng urinary and bladder disorders.
Jad Salt 1 Inexpensive and cannot
injure; make a delightful effervescent
lithla-water drink, and nobody can make
a mistake by taking a little occasionally
to keep the kidney clean and active.
Household Suggestions
The artificial seltser water made with
a carbonic acid gss generator la an imi
tation, far from perfect, of the natural
water A rerloe to make It on a small
scale for family use, as it were, can only
give a product differing still more from
that of the kprtng. Yet the following
would fairly Imitate the taste and prop
erties of the natural water. Fused chlo
ride of calcium, four grains', chloride of
magnesium, twelve grains; chloride of
sodium, fifteen gralne; citrate of Iron,
half a grain; tartaric acid, two drachmas;
bicarbonate of aoda. two and a half
drachma. Dissolve all the salt exoep-
j ting the tartaric acid and the bicarbo
nate, to about one pint of water, and In
troduce the aolutton Into a champaign
bottle. Then, having completed the
requisite quantity of liquid ao aa to leave
an empty apace of about two fluid
ouncea, add the tartaric acid, and Imme
diately after the bicarbonate of soda.
White velveteens, and moat colored
ones, too. will waah beautifully. Just
knead and squeeze quickly In a warm
not hot lather, rinse n tepid, then cold
water. Wring carefully and shake well.
While atlll damp Iron on the wroni side
on a thick felt or blanket covered with
a clean aheet.
Don not throw away your egg sheila;
they are very useful when cleaning de
canter. Crueh the egg ahella Into email
bita and shake them well In the decautera
when they are three parts filled with
his pleasure aa he finds It without having
to pay the price.
This lail error has aent millions of
young men down to disease and death.
It haa made millions of other homes
childlefa, for many a grim old man knows
that he Is paying hi the lolelineas of his
age for the follies of his youth.
Men believe that they can love Mii'i tide
away. Sometimes they ran. Bomotlmes
the woman that they thought to leave
behind them la a vambire who fastens
herself upon them and sucks their very
life blood out of them.
Many a man Is kept poor by the Insa
tiable demands of some bad woman for
money that he dare not refuse to give
her. Many a man la balked In his ambi
tion becauae of the black shadow aome
woman ouata across his pathway. An evil
woman ran blight a toy's life Juat aa
completely and effectually aa an evil man
can ruin a girl's.
And the men who lead a double life,
the murrled men who have affinities, Is
cny one foollxh enough to think they do
not pay?
Do you not think the man paya who 1
torn between the Jealoustea ef two wo
men; who muat dally lie to them both:
kho must continually trend a crooked
path, and who Uvea In dread of being
found out and having hla affalra pub
lished to the world and made to look con
temptible and ridiculous In the public eye?
Huch a man paya In losing hi own self
respect, he pay In forfeiting the good
opinion of those who know him, and he
paya even in a buelnena way if he is dis
covered, because we all want to have
bullded their lives four square to the
We apend our tlmo warning our girls
agalnat the dangera of life and tha temp-
tatlona of the fleah, and preaching to '
them that the wages of sin la death. W
might with equal propriety give the sm
advice to our sons, because for his wrong
doing a man hust pay In sorrow and bit
terness even as a woman pay.
"Tho Gift Store"
lias for aver Oxree-quartcrs
of a century been the shop
pity center Jor those "who
sought individuality in their
2)hoso toto catwot buy hen?
in person, shop With equal
satisfaction by rnail-thwugh
chr 224 paga illustrated.
Stropping Quida.&t is sent
to anu one on reauest.
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