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New Mich, t&pfcSehWthws: Arkansas tfellles, Inc., Memphis, --- ""- '" Lexington; Chicago, 1U., ft E. Wack- ., . WoMWrard AVe.; St. Louls^Mo., Star Bldg. fitei Charges will be made for all tributes, cards ' memorials, concerning the departed. Commercial , f ,, to this policy in <he news columns to protect their readers a deluge.of spaee-takiritf memorials. The Star discteirns responsibility e'siiie-keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts. .By DR. MORRl&flSHBEIN >iV J6urh»i,of the American Med% i«il Association, and of Hygeta, ' * the Health Magazine Note How Foods Affect You. ive said, there are 'wide dif- in digestion between inidvid- 7One- person may digest sub- Which are impossible for oth- eati learn a. great deal about iyoiif f|igestipa simply by watching the |,way In which you react to diferent "•, Substances. You shoxtld. consid- not as the taking of a single ^substance, but r as the sum of all J(the j materials that you put into the —ach in a period of 24 hours,, and i periods of weeks, vegetables or fruit, is desir- i .every meal, but the person • is sensitive to milk finds it a Today's Health Question !?7Can bowlegs be straightened? _Oi How is this done? , ^A:—Bowlegs can be straightened iri^KSaSite by* tee of brakes, ptes- ( tsr; casts, and similar appliances' ?In an adult with bowlegs. straight- 'eturig Involves breaking of the bone ;arid forceful correction, sometimes open operation and surgical pro- *ceciure. • not lead it,- but waited in Milan until the king offered him the premier's job. Then he went to Rome by Pullman. Since then, says Mr. Seldes, Mussolini has not brought Italy economic recovedy; on the contrary, wages have steadily fallen,ever since the Fascists took office, industry has declined, and the budget has gone farther and farther out of.balsyace. Mussolini, in short, has.done none of the things he is famous for having done; his one achievement and his one aim. according to Mr. Seldes. has been to get power and fame for Signor Mussolini. I should add that his book is abundantly documented. Published by Harper and Brothers, it sells for $3. By Olive Roberts Barton to Disband Veterans' Group to Save His Financial Policies PARIS, Prance— (#>)— Premier Laval Tuesday yielded to Leftist deninnds for the- disbanding of nationalist forces such as the war veterans' Croix dg Ifeu* to save the franc and to defend his cabinet agairtat threat of overthrow. The cabinet agreed on a proposal, now pending in parliament, to appeal to the chamber of deputies' patriotism for an immediate discussion of Laval's financial measures. The music of "My Country. 'Tis of Thet" is also that qf the national anthems of the British Empire. Denmark, and Switzerland. Wr, 1052 IMT<? THIS MR- HO0V6CJ SGEMS UK6 A NEW MAN proper cleansing of her skin at night, the right kind of daily baths, exercise In the open air and a sensible diet have much to do with the clarity of her skin and sparkle in her eyes. After all, no one except yourself possibly can be responsible for the kind of food you eat and the amount of exercise you get. You are the one who must decide to see your doctor whenever you notice that you are losing too much weight or that your skin seems to be covered with blemishes a good part of the time. No one c lead you to the dentist. You must pick your own beauty shop operator. After you have found one whose work is satisfactory, you yourself are the only one who can carry out his suggestions about ways and means to improve and preserve your good looks between visits to his salon. Your beauty is a game in which you. are both contestants. Whether you win or lose, you have only yourself to blame or praise as the case may be. 1O34 Str4Ce PROM Poeuc OFFICE, s A ove by Mary Raymond Copyright NEA (933 Some people seem to benefit by use "of peculiar diets. When they do, re^ ember that the mind has consider,. ,v,'able effect on the way we feel, and IS that much of the result may be due tf s /to, the optimism and increased care icociated with a special diet. It has been suggested that we ought 'to eat only when hungry, and then ' ortly in very small amounts. •. Here again adaptation should be made to he individual. , • ",'/ A football player or a heavyweight ', boxer needs several steaks and lots of „ potatoes. A business man havina the ,isame materials for luncheon would be ^•incapacitated for the afternoon. 7-\ A- lumberjack wUJ, eat half dozen ^sausages, a dozen or more wheateakes .^Vith. syrup, and two or three cups of *} coffee for breakfast. A pre-schpol J.^ child with the same food would spend *« 3 a. few weeks thereafter at home. Among other factors, we know that strong emotions will stop ' digestion. rJn India that fact is recognised, to .defect thieves. All the suspects are given howls of rice. The one whose, mouth stays dry, because his saliva will not flow -under the influence of fear, is 'judged to he guilty. . Much is said also of the relationship of chewing to digestion. In first and second childhood we can get along with liquid food. However, nowadays many of us have good teeth in second ehildsood and try to masticate foods ' for which the stomach is not prepared. A certain amount of dry, crisp food is desirable in the diet, because it helps to cause a flow of saliva. Same bulk is necessary for adequate 'digestion, since movement of the food along the intestinal tract is regulated to some r extent by the bulk of the waste material. You should not suddenly increase or decrease amounts, of food you take, because the digestive tract requires lime to adjust itself to the changes. . A Book a Day By Bruce Cfttton In "Sawdust Caesar," George Seldes makes a, forthright effort to whittle Jack came to. me with his problem. He was tired struggling with college, and he just could not see two more years of it, "Dad and mother kind of feel that if I quit this year the money they've spent so fat is wasted. But I'm so muddled now I -hardly know what it is alt about." ' "What, for instance?" "Oh, everything. I hate math and language and English-and. all the rest cf it. I'm always being conditioned arid tryjngj<p^ catch up; •. t>ad wanted | me to study political economy, but it's just not up'tfiy~alley. I want to live, my life, not spend it living what Other old fogies discovered or wrote up. If I was good and it came easy I wouldn't fuss, but it's just pure agony, that's what i.t is. Agony" John Lacked Substitute Plan Now time and.again I have said to the parents of such a lad, "Why don't you let him offi.^Why not let him go at the thing be really wants to do?" But Jack had so such plan. He was grouching because 'the world' wasn't amusing enough for him. Once out, I 'knew he would :niot look at a book if he could help it." He was still too young :,tp expect a; job and some way j I-felt that if he licked this it would j put spmethirig ift'him he needed. He: was 'looking at it from the study | standpoint, but I had something else | in mind. j "My.best course, I thought, was to) encourage him," -1 There is something ; odd about school, 1 " I ventured. "Odd? What?" "Why just this. You learn more than you think you are learning." "I know darn, well what I'm not learning and^*ffta|'s' plenty." Listen, Jack,'- About half the boys and girls who go to school, any school, think of lessons as some sort of pen- i ance they have to endure. They (aren't at all interested and get out of (doing everything they can. Then too, the work is-always a stretch ahead.' They are usually cracking their brains trying to understand why all.the world all the stuff is jyished on them. Facing ^dh Apalling Task "No kid ever looked over his. first algebra or Latin .or French grammar, or a chemistry Book or even an English grammar without thinking of himself, 'What.Have"'I got to study this for? It's all crazy.'. And then further along they feej.the-same about all the 'ologies' and "so'on in college. "But they plod along, feeling like martyrs to a useless cause. They forget, or think they do, half of what they read. Only the mord 'must' drives them to get any of it at all. "The funny thing is that years later they suddenly remember things they had in school. Things they may have flunked in, too. It's trtie that when you are studying you get more than you know you are getting. And for this reason I'd go on. Muddle through some way. It gets clearer after you're out." Jack is converted. He's going onto learn in spite of himself. Mussolini down to his proper size. His book is probably the most savage, well-sustained attack that has yet been made on the Italian dictator. J4r. SeUles bluntly pictures Musso• lint as a sell-out artist, a four-flusher, & physical coward, and a general, all- round faker. He switched from, pactlism to mili- i tarism early in the war, says Mr. • geldes, because the French bought him out. After the war he peddled his Fascist outfit to the highest bid, der. Whew the w*v» oJT JSgJgbvik strikes swept Italy, Mussolini was backing Ihe strikers and actually offered the to the strike leaders. When By AHcia Hart they turned him down, he sold his cervices to the big manufacturers, All danger of Communism in Italy as jgon*, continues M>. S*Wes, when the Fascists finally swung into action. Musssiuu was doing, at the be fee?t of his employers, y,ras destroying the labor unions. "nearch on -ww»e" was a put- of You may be able to afford regular and, frequent visits to fine beuaty shops, but, in the final analysis, preservation of your good looks and youthful beauty is up to you. Weekly facials and scalp treatments are fine, but night-after-night home treatments and daily brushing are what count in the long run. If your hands are to remain soft and attractive your weekly manicure and hand massage with applications of hand lotion after each washing and cuticle oil argund finger nails each night. A society girl—one who can afford and actually does go to a, beauty that Mussotoi did shop three turn » HECilK IIEUIS TODAY Lovely. UAAA \VESTUIIOOK. h»ri> mul ten rod nhrond. comei lo Anierlen, after (he di-lllh nf her imrcntM. to miike her home ivlth U, KriiiidinothiT whom »he him never *e.eu. Yrnrn before, Unniili molhri el»|>e<> "'Kb J-OUMK WeNthriiok. lettvlnic hot himlmml mul un In- fi.nt ilniiifliler. NAM.'Y \VALI,.'. CK. After Hie dlvoree. iihe nuircll'il \Ve*throok un.fl n <renr Inter Ihelr diiimhler. Unnn. tvno born. When IKmii nrrlveN ni the old Miuthern home. »he In \vetuonied cordially by her irreiii mint, MISS El.l.fIN flAKKWE, hat l» coldly received hy her icnind- mother nnd hulf-xlmter. • Hr*> Cnnicron Mhrowdly begin* pinna lo•-Iniroihir* Dnnn to «<>- cleiy. hnplnu «hc tvlll ninke o. lirlH.ini mnrrlniEf. .\nney IH In love with rleh. hnnrt«oine RONALD MOOIIE hut hlili'N her In- flllunllon. Nnney'n hitler feel- hiK nii'iilnat her sluler U Inteiml- flcil when Iliinnltl hecomem Interested In the vominor elrl. illennxvhllr. rinnn nnd yolinu DH. SCOTT STANI.RV nre mti- ttinlly nttrneled. Henrlnt; thni Seott In prupllftilly' enisiiBPrt lo r.HJI.A I.OXR. l)n n n n»k» Humllil Moore In receive with her lit • pnrty. NOW CO 0!M WITH Tllli STOK\ CHAPTER VII S ARAH, her leathery ulacK face wearing a doubtful expression, brought the message. I "Your grandmother wants to see you. Miss Dana. In her room. Dunno what 01' Miss wants, but 1 spec It's somethln' upsettln'. 1 kin mos' gen'ally tell by de look In her eye." Nancy glanced up. "It wouldn't surprise me If Sarah's hunch isn't a good one," she commented. "Especially since she wants you to come to her room." ' Both girls were on . the porch, Nancy swinging lazily In the worn hammock, Dane sitting nearby. "What difference does the room make?" Dana asked curiously. "It's an awe-inspiring place- that room," Nancy informed her. "Walt until you see It. Furnished with antiques that took a prize at an exposition once In the old days when the family treasury overflowed. Grandmother has hung onto them. I've an Idea she feels like a queen restored to her ihrone when she closes tbe door of that room behind ber. All the drab realities of life are shut out. It's an audience you're being granted. Wait and see!" "Ridiculous." Dana thought, making ber way up the stairs. She knocked hesitantly, the picture Nancy had evoked in her mind. When her grandmother's "Come in," admitted her, Dana stood for a moment startled by tbe accuracy of Nancy's description. Seated In a high-backed straight chair, ber bead raised Imperiously, Grandmother Cameron did give tbe Impression of royalty conferring fa vora. "Sit down, please, Dana," «he said. * * * D ANA took a seat, glancing about tbe large bedroom, filled with evidences of past magnificence. Tbe massive bed was elaborately Inlaid, and canopied In faded blue damask. The dresser and wardrobe were of the same design. Yes, truly the aged woman could achieve here tbe lady-of-the-house feeling, forgetting tbe shabbinesa BQ. apparent io other parts ot 'ier borne, the petty problems and econ omlea thai must be so distasteful "The dresses have come," Mrs Cameron said slowly. "Ellen and { drove to town for them." "Ob," Dana began Impulsively— "that's why! Nancy and 1 were wondering why they didn't come." She stopped In embarrassment. "I never have believed In accept ing things from tradespeople an lees L «m sure my Instructions nave been carried out. Bui the dresses are as the? should be so we brought them borne." Dana did not reply, It be Dana pinned the orchids to her shoulder. Her eyes were bright with happiness. she could be natural with her grandmother. "I was gratified, Dana," Mrs. Cameron went on, "when you asked Ronald Moore to receive with you. Nancy seems to dislike him because his father happened to have the ability to make and keep a fortune. The older I grow, the more f believe money is essential as an armor of protection against the Irritations of life." IJana was thinking, "She wants Nancy and me to marry rich men. Well, why doesn't she come right out in tbe open and say so!" "It's absurd to think a person can't be line and worth-while because they have money," Mrs. Cameron said, her eyes fixed appraisingly on her granddaughter. "Don't you agree with rae?" "01 course." Dana answered. "Lots of times people who have money are nicer, because they've been given the chance to cultivate their minds and Improve their personalities." She expressed this con victlon simply. murred. "Poppycock! Blood, line etocli I Nancy bounded troiii .U\« swing, I "Why. how could theyV ' I've heeu juvre all morning-oh. I see, tlruiirl-' ' mother had them Are they, all rich!?" •' . . . • . "I suppose sp." Uana Bald. dUiwIy. "I haveh'i triuU mine, on, yet." Nancy .smiled "Wnatri I rtshO The queen In ner slttlne. nium, counting the empty • tilncef 10 her money box and denllnte out 'fnvQ.rs —for o: price!" Dana sinlled. » Uttie ruefully Nancy did hifow her .gramluuiiliet rather well All the sweetness and fineness seemed , to. .have, been burned out of Orandmoihei Cam Hron, with only htlternp.Rs anrt pride '.left. Yet. somehow: there wo* something tragic and pathetk about ber. N ANCY had-put on the new dress Downstairs she could hi*ai sounds of preparation foi Hi* imrt.v which added to hei excitement llei dark eyes glowed and; her . han<l> trembled as she lifted the rtfllrnic cloud of while over her head There. It was on—BllnpHiB down over her slender, young body'like ,a sheath, flaring out In silfl .ond iamnrt lines falling to the .floor Warm color splashed Nancy's cheeks as she stared at herselJ ID the mirror. She thought happily. "Well. I'm improved! Nobody could possibly deny that, if I could .only wear clothes like, this oil the lime. I might have a chance*--" ahe,broke off. unwilling to complete '. the thought. .. • Tonight Ronnie would see her In something beside a makeshift tennis outfit or that old rag or nu organdy ehe'd been wearing forever and anon. • "I'm just a goose," Nanqy told her Image In the glass. '"It's a case ot arrested mental development, 1 suppose. 1 might be only 16, the way I (eel.? "Here's your Mowers, honey." Sarah's voice came from tb.'e-,bnU. Nancy opened the door,, "My goodness, you looks nice!" Sarah's admiration was unconcealed. "My* my, ain't that a beautiful dress! And when you put* dem flowers on—" "Hush the chatter, Sarah, and help me with this string," Nancy said. Her voice showed that ebe was pleased. It would have been dreadful U Ted Stansbury had forgotten flow- and are very we,, M US. CAMERON codded approval. "I have always said it was just as easy to love a rich man as a poor one. And bow different your life will be if you choose a rich one." "1 shouldn't, think money would make as much difference as some other things, though." Pan? du- But they count less these days, and count for nothing If you haven't tbe money to back them up. 1 hope you will make a wise choice when you decide to marry, child. U would break my heart If you didn't." Dana laughed. "I'm afraid I'd make a poor poor-man's wife," she said. "I'm pretty helpless. Anyway, maybe no one will ever ask me to marry them. If nobody does, I'll go to work. There must be some talent I cao use." "your talent la your beauty." Her grandmother's voice was calm and assured. "It's the greatest talent a woman can have if she uses It wisely." Dana's face flushed unhappily. It sounded dreadful, the way her grandmother said that. Cold- blooded and material. Like selling yourself lor money. . Cameron went to the wardrobe and to.ok out a large box. "Here is your dress." she said. "J hope U will be becoming." "Thank you, Grand mother." Dana took tbe big bos, wondering way she did not feel happier. She carried, the dress to n«r room and placed it on the bed, Then she went back to the pDrcb- "Our dresses have come,' she told Nancy. were! he hat > Here Tbe top of tbe box came o& and tbe tissue paper parted. "Roses," Nancy said slowly. Of course roses were nice. But this dresa seemed to require some particular gorgeousness. Nancy lifted tbe pink buds and secured them to her shoulder, Ridiculous to be disappointed. "Miss Dana got some flowers, too," Sarah announced. "Uhmn," said Nancy, studying tbe effect of the shoulder bouquet In tbe mirror. She gathered up the lovely lengths of ber new (rock and went down the ball to Usoa • room. Scarcely waiting (or her knock to be answered, Nancy Sung the door wide. Dana was standing before a long mirror. Her »leuder young arm* wers lifted M fi>t pinned a bouquet ot vivid orchldt (.0 ber shoulder. Cloud» ot wblt« swirled about ber slender tigur«. Her eyes were bright wltb bappJ- ness. 6 umile parted ber Ifpa Tbe •milt thai bad curved Nancy'* own mouth § moment before was gone. She 91001) IB 'nt doorway, surveying ber *fa)ter. Snt thought bitterly, "Wbtft the «M of having « new draft Oap«'» beautiful I've never «een *nyont at pft*u,UJul before," (Continued QJQ page five) Reddiesjigersto Meet onThursday State's Oldest Football Classic Called at 2 p. m. Thanksgiving Day ARKADELpHIA, Ark. - Arkansas' oldest football classic, and the most colorful, will have its 1936 showing on Williams field here Thanksgiving day, nt 2:30 o'clock, when the Tigers of Ouachita college and the Henderson State college Roddies lock horns for inlra-cily honors. Regardless ot how the championship rae is going, also regardless of the relative standing of the teams before Thanksgiving day, this event Is looked forward to with high hopes of the alumni of both colleges. Anything con happen, often does, In this annual game. Henderson has been, the surprise team In state football this season. With a new coach and a new system, with nearly all new men, the Reddles started out auspiciously and Vhey have kept up the pace. The stronger teams have licked them—after hard battles, but teams of their own class have had to share defeats and victories with the fighting Reddles. Coach S. B. Sudduth and his able assistant, Tom Elzen, hnVe gradually built up the offensive on the Notre Dame plan this season and it is beginning to click. One of the heartbreaks of the season was the game with the Duran.t (Okla.) Teachers, the team that almost defeated Oklahoma A. M. Henderson made 1.5 first clowns, the Durant team only one, but the latter won the game 7 to 6. Ounchita, boasting its strongest team since 1925, has had a puzzling season With a hard schedule all the way through, the Tigers in most coses have outplayed their rivals, but have been badly outlucked. Something has'hap- pened to beat the Tigers out in the late moments of the game. For instance, the Tigers apparently gave the Arkansas Tech team a good drubbinf as far as the spectators could see, bui the Techmen gained the verdict 19 to 13. Tech is doped to win the state championship this season. As for the dope between Henderson and Ouachita. based on common opponents, some favors Henderson, some favors Ouachita. But the wise fans usually wipe the dope off the slate for this'classic and come prepared to see a pitched battle, and they arc seldom disappointed. ments~-wriieh|,J pray to God, never be trsetl—thsn walking in the streets living on the dole.—A Duff Cooper, British official \. The best home economics expert is your mother. The best recreational , expert is your father,*~Blshop Lo«lar B. Kucera,'In speech at high dinner, Lincoln, Neb. Those who talk of boycotting government bonds suggest a drowning nan to whom a life lino is thrown, but who objects that it Is an interference with his individual eight: to drown.—Marrlner Eccles, Federal "&»'•; serve head. • • Worshipers who are kind enough to contribute buttons to the collection are requested to bring their own and not pull them off the hassocks.—The Rev. G. R. Ballelne, London vicar,-afl« dressing congregation. ' ' Cape Cod petitions Henry Ford not to take its old windwill. To deserve such affection, there must be some good in the worst of politicians. "Sponges are a low form of animal life with power to eat and digest." And a supreme disregard for the bill. Italy has 'captured Abba "Caring, Adigrat, Aduwn, and Aksura. A strategic move on Haile's part might be to rename the rest of his towns Zeneth, Xuntippe, etc. With all that trash on the bookshelves, maybe there should also be an ig-Noble prize for literature. Malcolm Campbell was beaten in the English election, but his opponent wouldn't have had a chance on the Utah salt flats. Women remain the same; only styles change; the chief difference between girls today and years ago is the difference made by more outdoor exercise. — Howard Chandler Christy, noted artist. It is better that Englishmen should receive good wages making arma- WANTED—HEADING BOLTS White Oak—Whisky and Oil grade. Ovemip, Post Oak and Red Oak. Round Sweet Gum Blocks. For prices and specifications, See HOPE HEADING COMPANY Phone, 245 Hope, Ark. T O L--E-T E X OIL COMPANY Tractor Fuels ami Lube Oils, Anything for Your Car. . Phone 370 Day and Night A Three Days 51 Cough Is Your Danger Signal No matter ho* many medlolneflj you have tried for your cough, chest] ccld or bronchial irritation, you canl get relief now With Creomulston/ Serious trouble may be brewing anal you cannot afford to take a chnncoi with anything less than Crcorrml- slon, which goes right to the seat of the trouble to aid nature toi soothe and heal the inflamed mem*! branos as the germ-laden phlegm.! Is loosened and expelled. ,« 1 Even if other remedies have; failed, don't be discouraged; your f druggist Is authorized to guarantee! Creomulslon and to refuhd youri monoy if you are riot satisfied wtt: results from, the very first bottle, Get Oreomulslon right now. (AdV.) CAR GLASS CUT AN» GROUKD TO FIT AKY CAR BRYAN'S Used ParU it^tt South Laurel Street Here Is How C; Black-Draught^ Helped So Maffi At the first warning symptpm ? 3j constipation take purely • vegetable Black-Draught for the prompt rellfc| so many say it brings them. ' -]* m .j "I take Black-Draught for' bilioils.| ness and constipation," writes Mrs Helen M. Williams, of .Waco, Te^aj "Sometimes I have headaches frorj this trouble or feel : dull and Sluggisf and I feel this way until I take .Black? Draught and get the impurities out'r my system, after which I feel svorlc better." ' . , The writer of the above statemen^ has taken Black-Draught, when neet^ cd, .since she was a child. "Bl Draught, to my mother, was a fa medicine," said Mrs. Williams. ''..,.; Get a,' 25-cent package, today—adv? DfAlO SALES *nd SERVICE | $15 for your old one $1 Down'Balance Monthly.. Harry W. Shiver! Plumbing-Electrical Phone 259 ii i! HARE L.OW... FRISCO LINES , CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY FARES — so low this year, that yo». can't afford to misa another ' Christmas with the folks at home—and you can go earlier and itay longer. Tickets on tale daily commencing December 12eh—returning, good until January 31st, TRAVEL BY TRAIN for SPEED SAFETY COMFORT CONVENIENCE For complete information as to ... fares and schedules ;:sk the : ' : FRISCO TICKET AGENT 25c Values at Cox's This Week RIPPLE BOND STATIONERY 60 Sheets /RQ_ 24 Envelopes »f W Albomut Ephedrine Nose Drops Stops a Cold at Once Special $1.00 Size Lucky Tiger Hair Tonic 60c Size Lucky Tiger Shampoo Both ORLIS TOOTH PASTE, Large Size Leaves a Fresh, Clean Taste in Your Mouth THERMAT HEATING PAD—The A| Magic Pad—Does Not Use Electricity 91» John P, Cox Drug Co, Phone 84 We Give Eagle Stamps 9 l.( tc )c 0

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