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Saturday, January 23, 1937 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Wabash Sunday, Monday and Tuesday j THE DAILY CLINTONIAN LUXURY MODElwctie Founded ivis Established as The Weakly Cllntonlao 1890 The Clinton Plaindoaler absorbed in ! l: A for old Martha, she walked .Editor and Publisher Georce L. Carey about the house as though there had been a funeral, the old fool I i,,,ed"eT the rostoffi at Clinton, Indiana, a Second Clan Matter. "Where's the morning paper! nn' atand there stannrl" he Member Indiana Republican Editorial Association S barked at her from the breakfast table. He wet annoyed tnac nis hands (hook as he opened It, for he wenld have been tha last person to National Advertising Representatives OKO. B. DAVID CO. I'.MWi WHelev Hldg.. Chicago. MIS General Motors Hid.. IJ.'tm.l UP Kast 42nd Bt New York admit thst he was seeking newi ef Elisabeth In Its pages. Elizabeth had spent the night with the polio matron, thsrbig her room. The police csptaln had suggested this as being better then a cell. Her beauty and refinement and distress bad touched him. She had slept fitfully, with terrl. fylng dreams. They were no more terrifying than reality. The man whose name she bore bad a police record I She was married In name only I Her own asms hopelessly besmirched I And what of Gerald's sttitndeT Her pity had got the better of her horror, antil she realised that in hie cool brasennees, he had no use for her pity or for her either. He had teld her she had been a selfish little) fool to Insist on stopping off In San Diego, thst It wsa all bsr fault that this thing had happened. Neither remorse, nor pity for her f.. ! Only old Martha knew. She bad made kedgeree for b!m Phone 117 HO Phone 41 - this morning a peppery concoction of fish and rice and hard-boiled erg that ll favorite In the Orient, He waa attacking K half-heartedly. Elisabeth was headstrong. Doubt less she was angry that he had rHE DAILY CLINTONIAN'S PLATFORM: rnmata 1. To further .very interest of P.rke and V errn.uion eHmtIe. 2. To .s.itt (he revival of the Indian? co.lm.ning "diwfry. 3. To cooperate in solving Vermillion County's unemploy- 4. ?rLeP.rSmClinton end make it the most .Hr.ctiv. city i v. - - spoken to her nlrahendediy. no understood thst this going off with a party of friends wsa not uncommon nowadays, among rebellious SYNOPSIS Bnreute ta her heme In Lei Ancls i'om celiacs, beautiful Elisabeth Hannoa meets Osrald Bratoa, a stock broker. Her atep-fathtr, Colonel Jamee McCarthy, diaaeprOTM of Gerald, bat after whirlwind eourtship, the roung couple elope to Arisoee end are married. That earne day, la the lobby oi a hotel at San Ditto, a woman approaches Oerald ana claims, -Why, Oerald, I'd bo Idea ou were In California. . Have yoe brought youe wife along? Or Is Mrs. B niton la Chicago?" Ellia-bth la eturmed bat Oerald asrares her he wet divorced, adding that he refrained from telling bei 'tor feer of losing her love. Gerald leavoe Elisabeth while she takea a nap. In the meantime, deteetlvee arrive with a warrant for hie arrest on a charge of defrauding Investors. . .. , CHAPTER TU , In that terrible moeaent of reatl-taUon, the despised warning ef her stepf ahaer earns back to her clearly, end Ue ulHmatam that sbe had defied. There's to be no going out with this Oerald Bruton. There's Borer been a eeanaa! la oar family , ..I owe It to yoor dead mother to aee there nerer will be one I Insane susceptibility and mad vanity end nekleasnesa had carried 8hevSa' married to a jaQ-oirdl He had planned to get across the border Into Mexico, beyond the grip of the law, taking her with him, dragghrr her to hie own level I . They would arrest him end her, too, for complicity. Her life waa of it size in (he state. 1 H one in a Million," UWs MKcla.ular mitslcai smash, introduce a rtm-zlimr new star discovery In Sonja Henle, the queen of the v '"" seen above with IXm Ameche in a romantic scene from the Twentieth Century-Fox production. COMING TO THE COLUMBIA Suddenly her heart stood still. MRS. CATT IS INTERESTING Mrs Carrie Chapman Call, who recently celebrated her 79th birthday, has abandoned her annual practice of compiling a list of the ten outstanding women of ihe day because of fear that she mi8hl overlook some one performing noble work. Mrs. Catt predicts that the next war is "a long way off," and we hope she is right. She describe, Hitler, Mussolini and the war lords of Japan as the real menace to peace and feels the need of a "leader of leaders in peace, a man to point the way." She does not give any idea, however, as to just how the leader of leader, is going to get Hillcr, Mussolini and the Japanese war lords to follow him. One very interesting observation falls from her lips in a comparison of the labor movement with the woman movement, both of which began at about the same time. She says there has been and is "a vast difference between the struggle of men and women to attain their economic wants." The difference she feels, is that men are getting their demands by force while women have attained their ends by means of legislation passed upon their appeal to reason which has educated public opinion. The veteran feminist does not believe that the time will come when women will hold the balance of power in business and politics, saying "as long as men and women live together as families there will be more men employed in financial life and consequently men will ind more promotions in politics. ' toes estmed to torn nmw ew m her ehavt. For she had heard the quick atop ef Oerald In the peeeage outside. She bed an Instinct to scream, to warn him of the presence of these men and of hi danger, but not a sound escaped her dry throat. He ftvBg the door open.. For one second he stood la the aperture, mtmrlm at th toBT tit them. ; . . Thea he stepped back, slammtne the- doet ana leeuac xrom . sne outside. She could hear his foot-etepa ftyto down the corridor. f'ieOVaw, ese year Pse-keyl j.Unhnia tha deeklV r a Auk tha ware ont in the ,(f - ' " A ' m w yi:i fntlfl- r ,r -an 1tiii8-ttl4fif,'"''A'w'1"'"' " mnniMHinliiM aessge, raiming ttka fceand after Ltheqaarry. Deore were opened and ' heads popped out Elisabeth, ehekea to the core of her being, felt she could have died of the shame of it. 'i They bronght him beck In hand- enffe to her. She felt aiek. flbe They brought him back in handcuffs to her. She thought the would faint. nor even shame teemed to nor oven enam weina 10 "modern" girls, though it waa da- tunlit Ka wnld faint. - E light, ave touched him. There had been cold dislike on bis face as he had stared insolently at her after Us "Gerald," ahe whispered, "say B isn't true. Please say tt Isn't sruel" cine worn a proDamy a mvmm w-day, with some kind of aa explanation. Not that any explanation would be ademiata. nor would he arrest, ....- "- , Her wet eyes iieseecaoa aim. HI. lins twisted la tbe earne wry, They had photographs of Oerald condens what the bad done. at the court-house, la wnat was r." Also i Tha fork arith which he had been manipulating tie kedgeree slipped Kred MacMun-ay and Jean Parker get their heads togetlier In "The Texas Hangers," coming to the Columbia Sunday and Monday. hard smile she remembered on the train, when she - had exclaimed; "How terrible to be shut awey from the worldl" and ha had agreed enth her- ' . "I guess we're ont ef luck, thanks to your overwhelming wish for re-eeael But we have te field to the hi finger-print tomed with those they had taken yesterday. Te her undying shame, her own photograph and her finger-prints had been put on record, too, in the filet of the prison. . 1 ' When a show troupe Is in their village, the performers discover the girls amazing skating ability. She rises to fame and fortune in some dazzling displays on ice. A musical "Legend of the Lei," Fox Movietone News and "Going Places, with Lowell Thomas are shorts, $ J iT family. Fred MacMurray, : Jean from his nngeraxo me piaxe ea no atared at the headlines above a news-item en page one. The blood drained front his cheeks, leaving only red blotches. Hie breath earne gastily. He seemed on the verge of a stroke. The horrifying head Parker, Javk Oakie, Lloyd Nolau It waa noon the next day when Ellis and yoone Bennle ladies, dont weT" he said sarcastically. He bowed to Elisabeth. "Look as if our honeymoon will have to lines screamed! Bartlett are principal characters k tmatnonelL'' MacMurray and wise-cracking Jack rfh. was atari ne at straneerl her stepfather arrived. The kindly police matron left them alone together. Hie shoulders that he had always carried in a military manner sagged. Hi face seemed to have shrunk and aged ten yean or mora. Ho looked utterly defeated. - ' Oakie are outlaws who decide to be Ing every housewife in the city. Cagney nearly loses his life, his girl and his reputation in the attempt, but crashes through in the approved manner to a happy ending. Mae Clarke has the leading feminine role, with Robert Gleckler, Bornar-dine Hayes and James Burke assisting. The Jimmy Lunsford hand, news-reel and "Give Me Liberty" are special short features. - mm' come rangers without letting their "Great filif" At Hie Palace former pals know. It Is the Indians Although they bad never got on, It aeemed as though she were sleepwalking. This thing couldn't have happened I The bruscjne voice of the senior detective crashed Into the appalling silence. "It'll be postponed for a matter of ten to fifteen years, buddy. Sorry, sister, but yeeH havs MOVIES ONE IX A MJ1JJO.V AT THE WABASH The Incomparable ice-skating and "dancing" on ice or Sonja Hen'e, pretty queen of the silver skates and twice Olympic figure-skating champion, Is alone worth the price of admission to see "One in a Million." but there are other reasons for its appeal. Miss Henle makes a lovely heroine with Don Amecbe holding her romantic Interest; Dixie Dunbar, Leah Ray and Shirey Deane contribute beauty and hl-de-ho; Ar-line Judge, Ned Sparks. Adolphe Menjou and the Ritz Brothers with music by Borrah Minevitch and hiB band offer humor, dancing and singing. Miss Henie and her fat her, Jean Hersholt, live in the Swiss Alps. whom they most fear, however. The that broken look in one who had OOPtNO COUPti JAIUO; ,. HONEYMOON WTBtRUPTED Self-Styled Broker Arretted For Selling Bogus Stock Elisabeth Harmon, His Bride and Meeiber of Distinguished California Family, Held As Accomplice been so proud, so unflinchingly upright, tore at her heart-strings. Ramerse for her cruelty fat bring to come along too. last big battle against the redskins makes exciting film sequences. Jean Parker is a winsome leading lady. The comedy in color deals with "Gifts from the Air," shown with Kox Movietone News, ing this disgrace on him was e acute that it swamped all thoughts of self and of her own terrible Colonel James McCarthy, late of tha United State Cavalry, awoke Once again, after too long an absence from the screen. James Cag-ney is shown in a two-fisted, likable rugged role as a "Great Guy." Based on some popular stories from the Saturday Evening Post, it has the new background of the department of weights and measures. Cag-ney is a fearless young deputy who is trying to smash a powerful political ring, which has organized a short weight racket that is defraud- position. "I've teen the district attorneys Ra'a'told ma everything." th Col en the morning oi tne day ioiiow. ing Elizabeth's elopement in a ver had t,mn.T. ' TEXAS BANGERS' AT THE COLUMBIA Important in film history and also in cast, the fearless "Texas Rangers" of 1887, who fought to make Texas a safe place in which to live, make an entertaining movie lor the whole onel said In a whisper, and his Voice that usually boomed autocratically YESTERDAYS JANUARY 23, 1X12 Clifford Jared reports one of his The terrible item earne from San Diego. Ski kad married her trovkl Here wes his record I His appalling record I The detectives had arrested them. The district attorney had complimented the detectives on their smart work. Good aeovene, "smart workt With his stepdaughter's reputation ruined, and ahe herself in Ttriaon I That Yuma, Arizona, wai celebrated principally for it raoaway marriaree he knew. - But he had no definite proof thai Elizabeth was married. Nor, in his amrer with her, had he tried to find s out -anything further about her doine. She erao emgrateful and disobedient and he was through horses having fallen ou ice and be ing so badly injured iu the back it Speeding It Up, waa like in voice ox a very 01a man. "I've satisfied him of the truth of what yon told him this morning that you've only known the prisoner a few days -thst yon had no idea of hie record, Elizabeth." Her self-control broke. The teare ran down her cheeks. She tried to speak, but she couldn't utter a syllable. She could only sit there, wringing her hands, feeling ashamed to tha vary cor of her being. '-""" - (To Be Continued) Cam ins, 11, us mm Swages, na with her, be told himself. Rnt he couldn't shut out worry. can't get up. the Colonel tried to get to the telephone, bat the loud dramming in his ears confused him. He waited, Calmer now I Calmf He mast wnrrv had itareed him ell day yes set ell his force toe ether. terday. He had slept badly for two sights in succession.' He knew he would go right on sleeping badly, and feeling liverish In the morning, Aviator Uligh at Berlin, Germany, Thursday set a new pace in the endurance test for aeroplanes. Ue Fifteen minutes later he waa ont on the open road, at the wheel of hit car, headed for Ban Diego, like until he had further oeomte new a good soldier. of bis step-daugnter. carried three passengers beside? himself for one hour and thirty-five minutes. t Jf er, Mrs. Kffle J. Harrison, is iu tbe Vermillion county hospital, A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ricketts Monday. Misses Josephine Winkler, Helen Murdock, Mary Kline visited Sister Mary Ann of St. Mary's Sunday, they also attended the musical given at the K. C. hall In the evening , Miss Agnes Gardiner was elected president of the Young Women's Bible class of the Presbyterian Sunday school last evening at a class meeting held at tbe home of Mrs. ShIIv Cook In Elm street. Olher officers chosen are: Mrs. John Davidson, vice-president; Mius Annabel! Pay-ton. ' surratery; sud Miss Barbers Frame, re-elected , treasurer. The next meeting 'of the club will be at tbe borne ef Mrs. Alma Foils. foot-steim pass the brighter seem.". Kmerson at Ihe Burns Ceuleuuial held at Boston said of him: "Listen to the sephyrs playing under the eaves, they whisper of him, the incoming tide slugs of him, the toothed music boxes of Savoy aud Switzerland are tuned to his love ongs." , The gnat Kngllhh poet Tennyson said, "H);Hd the exquisite smigs of Burns each perfect as a berry and radiant as a dew drop, there never was all linmortal poet if he be uot on.- 'mm "And now, adding bis poor comment tbe writer would say: There la nothing more beautiful , more pa CENTER CENTEB, Jan. 23. Mr. and Mrs Ray Walters and children of near Centenary spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Eaton Myers and daughter. Mr. aud Mis. Ouier Myers and children sueul Susday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Bay Wright. Mr. aud Mrs. Lawrence Heber and daughter put Sunday afternoon wlih Mi . aud Mr. Hailo Utile and family. . . Maigaret lieber entered the iiiiiart Appearance Bwauty, school In Tens Haute Tuesday. Gregg Conrad and family of Montgomery county are moving to the I'entreHlli farm. , , John Botner is reported III. Nell Cailin entered beauty school at Indianapolis this week A large crowd attended the dance given by the Friendly club at the K. of P. ball Wednesday night. Mra. Huuu and "Chuck" West larnisbe 1 it2idS m ) - " -' f ''' -x - X . .MM AHV Stii, lUM Readers Comment Mrs. Biielilis Marshall of South thetic than the poem "To Mary In Heaven." There are thrills in the Fifth street entertained the mem hers of the A. F. A. club last evening exquliiite songs "Aftou Water" and In "Bonnie Doou." He has lifted at her home. The evening was spent the lowly daisy to a pinnacle all its in nlavius bunco. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Charles Sno high; Mrs. Jake Perslnger, low; and own. He has given the mouse s higher plane than the American kid naper. in welrdness, but still poetical Miss Avera Edmons, bunco. Guest of tbe club were: Mrs. Georgia HuUs and Miss Florence Cuinn, Th next meeting of the club is to be at he conceived "Tarn O'Shanter" and "Death and Doctor Hornbook" and the home of Mrs. Jesse Blacketer. they outrank anything ever cou ceived by Foe. A Even the inhabitants iu the utter m rns the ifwrr The poet Rums was born in tbe County of Ayr, Scotland, In tbe year 1761 and died at the early age of Now I suppose the majority of Scottish residents of Clinton thluk I ought to have written Ayrshire, instead of Ayr county. But I am an American citizen writing to Americans. The Scots know his history from, tbe cradle to his grave. There has been no poet on either hemisphere that I know of whose birthday is celebrated as universally as tbe one on January 25. , Burns waa nature's beloved bard. The great American poet Longfellow wrote of him: "Touched by his hand tbe wayside weed became a flower, the lowliest reed beside the stream is clothed wilh beaaty: gorae and grass and heather, where bis Mr. and Mrs. Domenic Perdotto of Universal are announcing the birth o! an infant son on January 13. The most parta of the orient sing "Auld Lang Syne." J. O. CeUulose, Cotton er Wood . ' Pure cellulose in the form ef cotton I inters or wood pulp is treated with lye under carefully eemtroted condition to form a sort of sodium salt known as soda cellulose.-' This it aged and then treated with dilute lye and carbon disvlphide. which dissolve it to give a sinipy liquid called viscose solution, which can be reconverted into solid cellulose by treatment with dilute acids. - If the viscose solution is forced through a fine hole into the .coagulating solution, a fiber of rayon is formed. If it is forced through a split, a 6heet of cellophane results. Artificial sponge are made by mixing the viecoee with coarse crystals of a water-soluble salt and stump, ing the mass into dilute acid; the salt dissolves out, leaving a spongy mass of cellulose. baby has been named Pete. - . f : V ..-t C? rfv Robert Foster of North Main street is confined to his home with the flu. - J r Bites Allow Heat Eatiog Tibet's Dalai Lama, vice regent of Buddha on earth, is allowed to eat meat, but since their religion forbids meat they get around it by performing certain religious ceremonies each naeal to insure that the dead animal will be reincarnated in a higfier state of existence. Mrs. R. M. Cloyd aud little son. Royal, of Watseka. III., are fcere for a few days. Mrs. Cloyd's moth- : c Cjpt tVi-J Ktat PJfutn njitr I err V -a-tJ I

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