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at, THE RICH COUNTY NEWS, RANDOLPH, UTAH Floral Tributes From Everywhere Dear Miss Brooks: I csrtalnly was glad to hear from yog aad hops to hear from you again. 1 am again a questioner. Is plaster of parts good to stick a black rubber fountain pen and a gold filled top to- gsther? What lo show card wrltingf Is there anything to It when they say you get from' $10 to $60 a week? Hoping to hear from you I remain a friend. - MARIE, Idaho. And you shall hear from ms, Maria (1) It might be all rignt, but it would depend largely upon how It was broken or how It was separated. I rather think T would prefer to. have it mended expertly by one accustomed to doing such work. The pries would be 50 or 75 cents depending upon the work and writmaterial required. (2) Show-car- d ing is the art of letter formation, de- Dear Reader: This is your corner. All questions submitted will be cheer rally and carefully answered, except those seeking medical advice. Names and addresses of business firms cannot be printed here, but will stamped envelope accompanies the request. Questions are limited to two. Full name, and address must accompany each letter or no reply can be made. All communications are held strictly confidential, requesting poems and songs, the correct title, the first line, or the name of the author is necessary in ordee-t- o find them. Please send addressed envelope also with these requests, so they may be forwardedstamped, directly to yon. . with pen and ink, to Helen Brooks, Bo 1545, 7ery pfefoly. Balt Lake City, Utah. a , i BONGS REQUESTED These songs and poems are on the list: requested and (Poem) Oh, the Old Kitchen Floor. (Song) May be. Firat lines: May be in the golden summer When the roses bloom again, Tou will steal Into my heart, dear, May be you will love me then; May be In the blighting winter. When the storms sweep land and sea, May be you will whisper softly, may be. Bong, part of which is the following: Tou may give all my toys To the poor girls and boys. If youll bring back my daddy to . me. Theres a Rose Small portion of loving remembrances contributed by friends of their fallen chief as they were being " carried into Doctor Hardings home, where the body lay In state. i In Old Erin. SONGS RECEIVED ' The following songs and poems have been received during the past week, and I wish to thank each one for their ' Crowds Waiting to View Funeral Cortege kindness In contributing them: Only a Pansy Blossom. While the Band Is Playing. Dixie, Im Humming Home Sweet Home. Dear Miss Brooks: This Is my first call and It is a very timid one at that. I hope I am as welcome as others have been. (I) Would you kindly print a list of interesting books for a girl 15 years of age? (2) I have a great number of friends. They all think I am about 17 or 18 years old. Shall I tell them my correct age? I am five feet eleven Inches in height and and weigh one hundred and twenty-tw- o one half pounds. What type of dress can I wear best? Wishing you success, and hoping I may call again, I remain a LONESOME GIRL, Utah. Why so timid, Lonsome Gtrl? The corner Is for you, and everyone who has a question to ask or an inquiry to make, so do not hesitate or feel timid. (1) I am sure you will find any of the following books both Interesting and Instructive: Heart of Isabel Carleton, by Margaret E. Ashmun; by Beth B. Gilchrist; When Patty Went to College, by Jean Web"Caroline at College and Then ster: Came Caroline by Lila H. Richards; Smiles and "Smiling Ruth by Elliot H. Robinson. (2) Why such a lonesome name when you have so many friends? Of course If anyone Is . enough to ask you directly what your age Is, you should not hesitate to tell your correct age. Tou are unusually tall, and the prevailing style of long waist and full skirt seems to have been designed especially for you, with the bands, ruffles and circular flounces on skirt making a becoming trimming, breaking the long, straight People from all over the United States standing in line just before funeral procession passed through the streets to cemetery, where Hardings body now reposes In vault line. Dear Miss Brooks: I have written to your corner before. The answer I received proved to be so Coolidge and Wife Arrive in Marion satisfactory that I am writing again. (1) Is a girl of 14 too young to wear earrings and use paint and powder (2) Is a girl at this age too young to go to night dances? Wishing you lots of fun and success In your work, I am, fts ever LITTLE BLACK ME, Utah. I am surely glad you were pleased with your former answers, my dear. (1) Of course a4aby could paint and powder and wear earings, but would you admire one arrayed In this manner? To my personal way of thinking, they would look alomst as much out of place on a girl of fourteen. And why should she wish to use paint and powder? If a girl this age is normal and healthy her conplexion Is the envy of her elders who try to gain a complexion as nearly like hers as they can, by using artificial means; and if her complexion is aot good, paint and powder will only make It worse. (2) I would say much too young to go to public dances either day or night. 1 do have lots of fun. Little Black Me, "but success well, it Ts not so easy. Tour letter was mailed as directed. Dear Miss Brooks: How (1) What Is a elnco pesos? much is five clnco pesos in U. S.? (2) Is there any paper published on Antelope Island? . What is the name of it? J. D. Fayette, Utah. (1) A clnco pesos is about fifty cents In American money. Five clnco peeos would amount to about 52.50. (2) No, there Is no newspaper published on Antelope Island. Dsar Miss Brooks: I have visited your corner and wish to thank you for the advice you have given me. (1) Is It proper for a girl to answer a boys letter when they have never seen one another and he has secured her address from one of her pals? (2) I was born February 21, 1907. Can you tell me what my colors are? Hoping I may come again, I remain, New president and first lady of the land are snapped as they left the train to be conveyed to the house where the remains of Harding rested before being taken to the cemetery. Notables of Nation Mourn Secretary of State Hughes, Chief Justice Taft, Secretary Weeks and vernor Dooahey of Ohio arrive. LIVELT,, George B. Christian Jr. The late presidents secretary proved his loyalty to his fallen chief by befriending Mrs, Harding la every way possible. ' ' Malad, Idaho. I - am delighted to hear from you (1) I am quite sure a again, "Lively. friend of yours would not give your name to any boy, for the purpose of writing to you, whom she was not her' self proud of having as a friend, therefore I see no reason why a correspond' ence with him should not prove a pleas' lng and enjoyable diversion for you. (2) Tour colors are said by the oracle to be pink, blue and Nile green. Dear Miss Brooks: Thank you for the splendid answers you gave me to my other letter. May I enter again? (1) Tou always say in your answers to other girls that tfcpy should not go to public dances. I live In a country town and in all the country towns I have ever been In, we have always gone to the public dances. We sometimes go just a crowd of girls' I have been reading Just Between Tou and Me for some time and find some very good Information and advice. I have a question If It isn't any bother to you. (1) Am I out of style because I havent my hair bobbed, most of the their hair bobbed, but there girls have are still some who havent. My mother doesnt want me to cut mine. Some of my girl grlends want me to cut my hair and the others say they wish theirs was long again and tell me what ever I do not to cut it. Which do you think is th best? I am sixteen years of age. you some time, I Hoping I may help A READER in Utah. remain No trouble at all. No, dear, you are not out of style because your hair la not bobbed. The very fact that your tf we havent a partner. All the girls We hardly know what It la to go to a private dance. The dance; we go to are the kind where everyone knows everyone else, and anyway we have our regular dancers that are In our own crowd. Now, Miss Brdoks, do you think It Improper to go to these dances? Tou must remember that our dances are not like the city dances where one does not know every one present. Will you please give me your opinion - on this subject? (2) I read some place that olive oil was good for the eye lashes, to make them long and curly. Is this treatment Injurious to the eyes? Thanking yoi in advance, I remain your true admirer, ALICE, Millard County, UL Tou are Indeed most weloome, Alice. (1) Perhaps I have not stated as often as I should in my answers regarding the public dance, that there are exceptions to all rules, and In all cases. Nevertheless It Is very true, and applies to every subject under discussion. I very well know that some girls can go to almost any place and seem Instinctively to l(now how to conduct themselves in order to command the respect of everyone present. Tou are doubtless one of these girls, and to these the undesirable element so often present at a public affair does not enter as a factor. I can readily understand also, how In the very small town everyone knows everyone else and the dance is just a nice, social gathering. But not all towns are small enough for this, and while every town of whatever size has its crowds who chum together, there Is always some who look upon the public dance as a free for all place to mix, regardless of whether they are all acquainted or not. To these it means simply a place to have a good time in their own way. Many girls do not seem to be quite sure that they should not dance with everyone who invites them to do so, and this first false step makes on opening for careless and Indifferent treatment thereafter by those Inclined to do so. My remedy for. these conditions would not be so much In condemning and doing away with the public dance by having the girls remain away, as it would be to refine and raise its standard. This could be accomplished to a great extent by the parents and elder members of the 'family attending, indicating by their presence their Interest in seeing to it that their girls (and boys) were receiving courteous treatment, and more Important still see to it that It disbanded at a reasonable hour, I hope the above will make It clear to you why I advise against the public dance. (2) Olive oil as well as various other things along this line do help some, but the process is very slow and requires much patience and systematic effort. It la not injurious to the eyes. do. sign and ornament as applied to winstore banners and cards, treat- lettering, water-colment, shading, clarsical style of letters, etc. The amount one could earn from this labor would depend ' altogether upon how expert and artistic one were and where one were located. Of course there would be slight opportunity to earn anything from this business In the small towns as there Is proctlcally no demand for it. dow signs, free-han- d or Dear Miss Brooks: Until today I have been a silent, but nevertheless an interested reader of your charming little corner, and seeing how gladly the California girls wars welcomed to your corner, I decided that I, too would enter, with your permission, may IT I have been unable to procure the sheet music for the song, Dont Leave Mo Mammy, in any of the music stores here,' and I wondered if It could be obtained in the shops of Salt Lake City. If so, will you kindly let me kaow through your column? (1) Is it proper, after dancing with a young man, for him to take the girls arm, or should she take his, or neither? (2) I am fifteen years of age, weigh 128, .. and one half pounds and am sixty-fiv- e inches talk Am I underweight or overand how much. Wishing you weight success I remain, ORANGE BLOSSOM from California. Thanks, Orange Blossom. Indeed I am glad to hear from the California girls (and boys) as well as those from every other state. All are welcome. I have received lovely letters from every state and am very glad to know our corner Is so Tea, the sheet music foi your song may be had here, and I shall be too pleased to have It sent to you. only The price Is 85c. (1) The custom of tak ing your partners arm after the danco Is not generally practiced, but the girl takes the mans arm, always never the reverse at any time. (2) Tou are about four pounds overweight, my dear, but I rather think that is better than to be that much underweight dont you? Come again. Dear Miss Brooks: This is but the second time I have entered your corner, hut being very much pleased with my first attempt, I do not delay In trying again. (1) What is the nationality, age and address and . if married, of Ramon Navarro? (2) Give me the age and address of Alice Terry, Betty Blythe, Peggy Hyland. Richard Barthemess, Bebe Daniels and Harrison Ford. Please answer these two questions as soon as you can. Wishing you Joy and success. al-m- . ' BIRDIE, R F., Utah. Well, Birdie according to the Information I have . Ramon Navarro was ' born in Duranga, Mexico, Feb. 6, 1899. He Is not married and may be addressed in care of Metro Studios, Hollywood. Calif. (2) Alice Terry Is said to" be 27 and is with the Metro people also, Richard Barthelmess Is 28 and is with Inspiration Pictures, 665 Fifth Ave., New Tork City, Bebe Daniels is 21 and her address Is care of Paramount PicDear MlsS Brooks: ' tures Corporation 485 Fifth Ave., New We have been, reading your oorner Tory City, Harrison Fords address care and find it very interesting, and that It of Menifee Johnstone, 206 N. Harvard contains good advice. We are two girls Boulevard, Los Angeles, Calif. 16 years of age and have dark brown, wavy hair. One of us has dark brown Write now for information about your course. eyes and the other dark blue. (1) What Fall term starts Sept. 4. Utah Business colors would be the most becoming to 902 Boston Bldg,, S. L. Carl Davii, prin. us. (2) What would you say to a boy if he kissed you Just to tease you because he knew you didnt want to be kissed? He has always acted like a real gentleman before. Would you make up with him or not? (8) Would you advise us to go with cow boys? To man prompt urriet and retirnfl (4) We have lived In Arizona all our to these advertisements mention quick the name of lives until now we have moved to this paper. Idaho. We find the people here very FAMOUS ELECTRONIC TREATMENTS different from the ones in Arizona. How would you advise us to get ac- Abram's A Treatment. Dr. R. E quainted and become used to the ways Maupin, M.Diagnosis D. 834 Judge Bldg., Salt Lake. of the people here? Thanking you In advance for the advice, we remain BOARDING SCHOOL BETTT and KITTT, Idaho. Thanks, girls. (1) Both of you can ROWLAND HALL School for Girls wear practically the same colors, those Episcopal. School of Highest Standards. Splendid place for your daughter. Boarding especially becoming being amber, musand Day Pupils. Kindergarten, Grammar, tard, dark reds, orchid, blue gray, sapHigh. On the Accredited List of American and Schools. eleetrlc blue. phire Ivory and pale Apply to Principal. Salt Lake, shades of pink. (2) Perhaps If I was sure he was "only teasing I would forgive and forget, and be very sure that he understood it was not to hapDeseret Book Co. 44 East Sa Tempi, pen again. (3) Why not? Cowboys are gentlemen are they not? It Is the man, PATENT MEDICINES not the profession, which you should consider. (4) In just what ways do Herbs for Stomach trouyou find the people different, my dears? ble., kidney diaeasee. Satiafaction Hilsi.nt.eil ov I am sure you will soon be able to money refunded. 426 W. 7 8.. Salt T City. adjust yourselves to the slight change BONGS SHEET MUSIC in conditions and customs of your new home and friends. Be your own natAiikind Sheet mnsieby nea"doId. ural selves, which I am sure Is a pleas- 5UHU mail. COD. Beesley Music go. tt S Mail ant, friendly, happy personality - and you will soon win your way into your new friend's hearts. Try oar awn Cosmetics. , Col-le- ge Salt Lake City Firms Hay-feve- r, To E. W. W. B Murray, Ut. To know that I have been of real service and comfort to you, dear, is sufficient compensation for whatever effort I have put forth In your brfhalf. I am happy to act in the oapacity you deBtre in so far as is possible for me to do so. The agencies you mention help some if used persistently, but do not expect immediate results. It will take time and patience. Any drug store can furnish these by the names you give them, Deep breathing will assist very materially in this work. Immediately upon rising In the morning stand before an open window, or fn the open if possible, throw the shoulders well- back and with arms extended take deep breaths through the nostrils, expelling slowly through the mouth. Sorry I could not get your answer to you sooner. Write again when you need me. Made and la our Ikauty Parlora. We handle a first classoaed of latest styles in hair goods. Walters Beauty lino Parlor VBGETABLE CRATES JHBOXM PEACH & APPLE BOXES fiirnishedon abort notice. Salt Lake Box tc Lumber Co. GUARANTEED compounded ON SAVINGS PER tNNU M 'Junrirxri-- n' ltd we paid 10 Any young man who saves a part of hia income, however small, will succeed; and tha young man who spends hia entire income, how .ever large, will fail. There never has been aad never can be one exception to the rul. Join our association NOW. FIDBLITT BUILDING LOAM ASSH KODAKS SUPPLIES guaranteed EXPERT KODAK FINISHING is only possible by employing capable work-eL- , men Our men know how JR So. Commmgcial Photographers Mam Salt Lake City To V., Utah. Thanks for song, dear. What you request printed has appeared so many times, I must ask you to send envelope. - Will get your song If UTsrUSI(ESSCoiAEGErVVV School of friends are divided on this question shows how impossible It Is for any one else to decide this .question for you. My advice would bo if you have nice long hair, not to cut It. The newest style bobbed hair Is worn straight and therefore Is not nearly so becoming to everyone as is' the curled bob. To ALLIE, Enoch, Ut. A letter, which I wrote you June 23, has been returned, marked "unclaimed." I am extremely sorry and will be glad to forward the information It contained if you will send an address by which I can reach you. I gave, you a number of addresses which I thought would be of assistance to you, but as stated at tha head of column, addresses of business firms do not appear In my column. Dear Miss Brooks: Tou have helped so many girls and boys that I have decided to Join. (1) What is Constance Talmadge'a address? (2) Is Harold Lloyd married? Please give me address of him and hia wife. How old la he? Thanking you In advance and wishing you much Joy and happiness in your work, I remain as ever, MINNIE, Oxford, Ida. ' Come on in, Minnie. (1) Constance Talmadge may be addressed In care of United Stndloa, Hollywood, Calif. - (2) Harold Lloyds wlfo la Mildred Davis. He Is 80 years old smd you may addreas him in caro of Hal Roach Studios, Culver City, OUllf. , possible. BUSINESS COLLEGES Efficiency. All commercial branch Catalog free. 60 N. Main St.. Salt Lake Ci -- .