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"What should I say make girls attract
ire?'' answered a society man to a ques
tion from a New York Tribune writer.
"Well, that is a very hard question to
answer. Different men (for I am sure
yoa wish to know what makes a girl at
tractive to a man) like different attri
butes. You probably mean generally
attractive what you might call a pop.
ular girl in society."
"Well, I should say one of the most
important traits is the faculty of making
another feel for the moment, atjeaet
that his personality and what he says
are of paramount interest. Many young
women let their eyes wander while you
are talking to them, as if they were look
ing for other men. This, to say the
least, is not complimentary. Still, ab.
sentmindedness is better than too great
intensity of expression, which is sure to
bore one. A man feels any affectation of
interest instinctively. Interest mast be
genuine and spontaneous to be agree
able. A pleasing, low-toned voice and
sympathetic laugh also are great ad
juncts. It is the general opinion that
beauty more than any other quality at
tracts a man. This is by no means the
case; in :act, as a general rule the beau
ties do not have so good a time as pretty
women who afe less self conscious.
There are many beautiful women who
completely lack charm. There k one
thing about a woman's personal appear
ance that appeals strongly to ninety
nine out of a hundred, and that k neat
ness and smartness. Women, as a rule,
do not realize this fact. In their efforts
to look pretty they often completely
overlook- tidiness, and so spoil every
thing. As for lasting attractions! Ab,
for those men look below the surface
more than women suppose. A man's
instinct seeks in the woman he cares for
something better than himself. He may
not say much about it, but he feels it
just the same. The qualities I have
mentioned may attract, but it requires
others to attach."
The subtle attraction of woman is in
in her power to appeal to the beautiful
and esthetic in human nature. Beauty
in every form to something that cannot
be quite encompassed. It always leaves
a suggestion of something more, and the
mystery of it stimulates the human
mind to higher achievements. If it
could be weighed, measured and anal
yzed, it would soon lose its charm. The
woman a man loves is past his compre
hension; he could not define her or ex
plain her charm if he would, and the
mystery of it all holds the secret of the
attraction, claims a philosopher in the
Ledger Monthly. And so long as the
human heart longs for perfection, for
higher ideals, and for beauty is its best
manifestations, will the artistic in nature
and in human nature prove a perennial
source of enjoyment.
All Canada is in a state of excitement
over the visit in September of the Duke
and Duchess of Cornwall and York.
Elaborate preparations for the reception
and entertainment of the visiting royal
ties are being made at Halifax, Quebec,
Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and Niagara
Falls. The royal couple will spend two
days in Quebec and will occupy the old
quarters of the governor -general in the
historic citadel. Doubtless there will
be an exodus ot
to Canada to
meet the Duke and
Tennis has outstripped both golf and
bridge whist as the popular fad at New
port this season. All the courts of the
casino are continually occupied and en
gaged several days in advance, while
the links are comparatively deserted.
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Winger on Wednesday evening. Miss
Florence McLean Winger and Doctor
William Chandler Bagley were married
by Doctor B. M. Long, pastor of the
Second Presbyterian church. In an
alcove formed by graceful palms the
bridal couple stood, and a pretty picture
they made, the bride, a blonde, in her
wedding gown of white silk mull with
duchesee and point lace, the groom a
decided brunette and the two almost
exactly the same height.
The bride carried pink roses. Miss
ElIaGivens played the Lohengrin march
for a processional and the Mendelssohn
at the close of the service. A color
scheme of pink and green prevailed in
the decorations, the dining room being
particularly effective. A large bowl of
pink.roeee and ferns occupied the cen
tre of the table and ferns were scattered
over the lineo.
The buffet was decorated with spren
gi ferns and roses. Mrs. J. L. Teeters
poured coffee from a silver urn and Mrs.
Paul Holm cut bricks of pink and green
icecream. Both ladies wore pink silk
gowns. The young ladies in the dining
room were as attractive a coterie as one
would wish to see and -were costumed to
match the decorations They were
Misses Emma .Outcalt, Mabel Lindly,
Eleanor Raymond, Anna firoady, who
will next week become herself a bride,
and Laura Houtz. Meedames M. D.
Welch, Milton Scott and R.T.Van
Brunt assisted Mrs. Winger in the par
lor, and Mies Bagley or Detroit assisted
Mr. and Mrs. Winger in receiving the
guests. Until train time the beautiful
gifts divided the attention of the guests
with the bride and groom who were
showered with, rice as they appeared in
ttheir traveling garb and Trent to their
carriage. They took the ten o'clock
train for St. Louis where Dr. Bagley has
a flat furnished and ready for bis bride.
He has resided for a few months only in
St. Louis, having spent most of his life
in Detroit. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Chase Bagley and a nephew of
former Governor Bagley of Michigan.
He took his degree at Cornell- in 1000
and during his student days met Miss
Winger, who Bpent three years in that
Miss Winger is an alumna of the
Nebraska university and a member of
Kappa Kappa Gamma fraternity. Mr.
Bagley u a Phi Delta Theta.
Miss Henry and Miss Gladys Henry
entertained at a garden party Thursday
evening. The lawn was prettily deco
rated with basket bhaped Japanese
lanterns, in each of which a lunch,
wrapped up picnic style, was concealed.
Each gentleman was presented with a
Japanese umbrella on which a young
lady's name was written. After finding
the young lady they walked together
under the umbrella until they discovered
the lantern -basket bear their names.
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