WHEN Smedley came East to take a big job as Sales Manager, he wanted to get married. Like his father and his grandfather he believed in early marriage; said it settled a man, kept him out of mischief, helped to make him successful in business. Besides, living alone in a New York apartment was a pretty forlorn kind of experience. Yes, it was time he was married.
If you hope to stay young, sweet-natured, energetic and joyous, you must be well. A woman's neglect of herself often leads to serious consequences. No woman can afford to be indifferent to the delicate matter of feminine hygiene—or ignorant of the means now offered by science for protection of health, youth and happiness.
By Louise Goddard AVIATION chatter—it's everywhere! Spot landings. Solo flights. Aerodynamics. Ground school. Taxiing. Gliders rapidly multiplying. And above it all trills the feminine voice. If anyone doubts this, he has but to keep an ear open in places where young women gather: the luncheon halls of big office buildings, club verandas during the Saturday night dances, classrooms of high schools and colleges. It is not difficult to learn which way the thought goes. Up!
How to Select the Right Mate ----- Marriage Is Not the Lottery We Once Thought It Was By David Arnold Balch THERE is a story told that Auguste Comte, the great French positive philosopher, took down the volumes of his work from the library shelves that held them and rewrote, on two different occasions, his changed and changing views of love. The first had been recorded in his young manhood; the second, in the middle distance of his life; and the third, in his old age, when he had learned all that it was probable he would learn about woman and her relationship to man.
By Bernarr Macfadden IF YOU lose an arm or a leg you are classed as a cripple. If you walk with a limp, or have an unmistakable indication of a physical defect of any sort, you are put in the same class of the disabled. Now there are plenty of people who are defective mentally and physically, but as far as you can see they possess normal powers. There is no limp in their walk, and superficially they seem to be normal mentally.
More Comfortable Fashions for Men Are Likely to Follow Present Agitation for Sensible Dress By Joseph M. Adams COME on, you fellows who are grouching about discomfort and enslavement of man's conventional clothes. Quit talking and take something off or put something on that doesn't conform to "What the Well-Dressed Men Will Wear," in your theater program. I dare you and double dare you, but you dassn't, because you're afraid, that's what you are!
Which Is the Mother? HERE ARE THE PRIZE WINNERS LITTLE did we think, when we ran that box several months ago asking for letters and photographs of mothers and daughters who look like sisters, that we would receive entries from every state in the Union. The letters came pouring in, with photographs that told a remarkable story. Apparently, modern women are learning the value of good health as an aid in keeping youth and beauty. We even heard from some grandmothers, although you would never guess they had grandchildren by looking at their pictures!