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THE LOGAXSPORT MORNING PRESS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 192!. PAGE THKEB Society Notes Recipes WOMEN'S PAGE Kiddies' Story Fashions Thanksgiving Recipes one oT bread. It i.s nice to use bread o n l y for the top. Ouion extract may bo s u b s t i t u t e d for the v e g e t a b l e . T u r n over a!! one and a half cups h o t w a t e r . H a k e s l o w l v . Hoal L a m b f o r i V I l l a r t ' - T o f .-. l a m b . K e n i o v e a l l . - k i n , f a t o r f a ! l o w , l e a v i n g a. c l e a r r e d s u r t a c f . - . K u b nil side.i w e l l w i t h s a l t a n d p e p p e r ; t h e n c o v e r u n d e r s i d e a s f o l l o w . - : F i r s t , a - m a l l g r a l ' - d o n i o n , t h e n t e w I r l b l i . - . - p O o n l ' u l . " i ) f r . i t S U p . t i l a l i b e r a l d r c d g i n . ; or f l o u r . L a v l i a t i c a r e f u l l y , t h e n r o v e r t o p i n t h e : - a n i f m a n n e r . 1'hiee ni c u v e r e ' l r o a s t e r a m i I f - a v e t h e l i t t l e w i n d o w s ) i i c o v e r n!':i\ if ! · ( m e a l b r o w n . A.; soon a s I P I I ) ) . - a " i t s i n g a d d a v e r y l i t t l e , w a t e r , j u s t e n o u g h t o i - ' - a i - h ;i 1 1 ( l a r t s o f I m t t d i n i l l p a n ; c o v e r M g H i n a n d w a t c h . I f i t e m i t s . - n m k e a d d m o r e w a t e r , d e c r e a s e ) v - a t a n d close s l i d e s i n c o v e r . I n t h i s u a y , 1V a d d i n g o n l y a l i t t l e w a t e r a t a t i m e , y o n r a n h a v e a s m a l l q u a n t i f y o!' r i c h b r o w n i r r n v y t h a t w i l l n e e d 110 I h i c . k e u J n i r . A l i t t l e e x p e r i e n c e w i l l soon t e a c h y o u ju.-l. w h e n t o a d d w a t e r a n d b o w I K p r m - u r e t h e r i i r h t i n i o r f o r u r a v y . T h i s m e a l h a s n o t;::,te o f t a l l o w a n d c a n h e u s e d t o l h e l a s t m o r s e l . A l l o w a b o u t , l i f - t i ' - u i o n j n e a t l y - t i !!i II t t u l l , o v e r a I" ' i n ' r e a n d o n e - q u a r t e r t e a l i ' i r . - e i - a f l i s l i . N o w p u t i n : i : n ' - d s l i c e s of c o o k e d . ; i n f j e a i t h o r o u g h l y a n d t u r n ' a n c j o f b o i l e d m a c a r o n i . S e r v e V e a l Loaf r v ^ e j t r i i t p e o p i l e , a s d e l i r i o u s k e y i . ' i i K ' - h a l f p o u n d g r o u n d o n e - h f i i f [ l o u i i r i g r o u n d p o r k , · I I r i h p o u n d g r o u n d v e a l , o n e r r a r k e r o r b r e a d c r u m b s , p i n c h -iii'i-. ( l i n c h o f s a l t , |iepper, o n e b e a t e n ( r a n l i e n i a c i , w i t h o u t PI: 1:1. a l i t t l e r n l l k I n m o i s t e n , l h o r o i i L - h l y , t h e n p u t s l i c e s o f b a c o n o n t o p , a n d r a n of t o m a t o e s i n i b o t t o m " f p a n , B a s l e o f t e n , B a k o one h o u r . , as I n r s t e a k , ( t i e - c l i p ' ( f "J,V t h e M i x M u t t o n Hoiy-Poly One q u a r t of f l o u r . two tea- spoonful.s of cream of tartar, m i x ed w i t h the f l o u r , one teaspoonfu! of soda dissolved in a t e a c u p of m i l k and a t e a s p o o n f u l of salt: do not use s h o r t e n i n g o f a n y k i n d , b u t roll o u t t h e m i x t u r e h a l f a n i n c h t h i c k a n d cover it w i t h a l a y e r of cold m u t t o n t h a t has been run t h r o u g h a meat g r i n d e r . The meat m u s t be season ed w i t h pepper and salt, and freed f r o m a l l gristle. Roll the crust over over, put it on a b u t t e r e d p l a t e place in a s t e a m e r over a ket- t l e of b o i l i n g w a t e r for h a l f an h o u r . Serve a. slice to each person, w i t h gravy poured over it. This is also an e x c e l l e n t w a y to-use up leftover c h i c k e n or veal. SOCIETY f.YLKXDAR. !een m i n u t e H if h n i l l i t ;· c a r r o r s a nd · · a l a d . c.i''h p o u n d . S e r v o . m a s h e d | o t , ! f f n ' s , f o l l o w e d by a I l i ' h l M u l l o n l i . - i i j o i j l , \ \ i l f i M a c a r o n i M e ] ! o n e r o u n d e l ! t a b l e s p o o n o f b u t t e r i n a s t e w p a n , a n d o n e t a b l e : p o n i l ( i t r h n p p r - d m'een p f p p " r f r i n n \ ^ h i i - | | t h e s e e r ] ; h a v e b e e n r e m n v e d ; : l l d r o u n d e d t r a : - p n n n n f r ' n n p p e d u n i o n , a n d r o o k u n t i l t h e o n i o n i . a u o U l e n b r o w n . A d d o n e q u a r t f r o f a c u p o f b r o w n e d f l o u r a n d r o o k u n t i l f r o t h y , t h e n s t i r i n s l o w l y o n e ' ' U p "f t h e l i ( | u o d i n w h i r h i h e m i l l i o n w a s r o o k e d , a n d w h e n t h i c k r p p d a d d o n e c u p o f t o m a t o e s S e a s o n u i t h s a i l , p e p p r - r . o n r 1 t e a s p o o n o f M u t t o n S l f \ v F o r a n o l d t i m e m u t t o n st«w c m I h e m e a t i n t w o - i n c h pieces. Fol t h r e e p o u n d s a l l o w a p i n t each ol d i c e d c a r r o t s a n d w h i t e J n r n i p s , u h a l f p i n t o f s l i c e d o n i o n s , a n d ;t q u a r t o f q u a r t e r e d p o t a t o e s . Par' b o i l t h e c a r r o t s a n d t u r n i p s , d r a i n a d d t h e m e a t ; o n i o n s , a s m a l l b u n c h »f p a r s l e y , a ( a b l e s p r m n f ' i i l of s a l t , a h a l f l e a s p o o n f u l o f p e p p e r a n d b o i l i n t : w a t e r t o r o v e r . S i m m e r f o r t h r e e h o i i r s , a d d i n g ( l i t - p o t a t o e s a n h o u r b e f o r e d i n n e r a n d t h i c k e n i n g w i t h n H o u r p a s t e . T I ' K S D A Y f ' i a x c l u b . Mrs, Elmer Scott, 91S N o r t h street. B a z a a r , St. Joseph school. 'Modern Woodmen Thanksgiving d i n n e r , F i r e m a n h a l l . Q. Q. c l u b , Miss Esther Beatty, Cicott street. Eagles card party and dance, Eagles home. One o'clock l u n c h e o n . W i l l i a m son Tea Room. Mrs. J. W. Rodgers, WHO'S WHO 1\ THE STOKY Diana Laagley, w h o j u s t n a t u r a l - ly has the k n a c k of m a k i n g men f a l l in love w i t h her and possesses to a. superior degree a q u a l i t y of "lure" w h i c h was wished for her at her b i r t h by her y o u t h f u l a u n t . M a r j o r i e Langley, herself a n o t - ' able b e a u t y , to w h o m ; Stephen Dale, a w e a l t h y b a c h e l o r , has been devoted for years. j C H A P T E R II | K n f e r a Hero i No one c o u l d remember w h e n ' Stephen Dale had not been an ad- j m i r e r of M a r j o r i e Langley. It s t a r t 1 ed w h e n the p i q u a n t M a r j o r i e w a s ! sent off to E u r o p e Cor a finishing! course a f t e r boarding school. She! met Dale on the R i v i e r a where he was u n w i l l i n g l y in the tow of Ills f a m i l y who were d o i n g Europe m u c h more t h o r o u g h l y t h a n people | w i t h t h e i r type of expensive yacht j generally did. Y o u n g Stephen, whp | had been dragged f r o m one f a m o u s j r u i n to a n o t h e r w i t h very had grace s u d d e n l y developed a passion for j | i n s c r i p t i o n s , stained glass w i n d o w s . ) I and moldy relics viewed t h r o u g h t h e ] i reflection of Marjorie's crimson i f s u n s h a d e . j of roses f r o m baskets on the m a n - tel. O u t s i d e in the garden the ' crickets had begun their e v e n i n g i c h a n t and the ripple of the l a k e i was f a i n t l y a u d i b l e f r o m the f o o t '· of the l a w n . "What's the m a t t e r , Steve? H a v e , you and M a r j o r i e nv.arreled a g a i n ? " He raised we-.l-shaped brows as he lit a c i g a r e t t e . "Again?" i " A g a i n ? " Diana made an i m p a t i e n t gesture. " Y o u t w o a r e a l w a y s q u a r r e l i n g , a n d m a k i n g u p . W h y d o n ' t y o u r act l i k e siMisible h u m a n beings?" ! Dale f l u n g back his head and l a u g h e d . i "Out of the m o u t h s of babes--"! he began. ;' L I K E P E T E R P A N " D o n ' t ! " protested D i a n a , h o t l y " Y o u ' r e a l w a y s treating me l i k e a kid and I'm not! I'm t w e n t y ! " "Doddering!" he mocked. " W h y , child, I'm t h i r t y - e i g h t ! I remember when you were born." · "Marjorie's older t h a n you----a lot." r e m a r k e d Diana i r r e l e v a n t l y . "Marjorie is the Peter Pan of w o m a n , " he said, gravely. "She w i l l never be old. There's an elf called her hear W h y c e r t a i n l y they a l w a y s s h o w : S a t i n h a t s before t h e h o l i d a y s , h a v e you noticed t h e m ? They are b e i n g worn r i g h t n o w , one a l w a y s hates to pin on the s t r a w ones u n t i l a f t e r C h r i s t m a s . They are very chic m i d - : season l i n t s , b l a c k and b r o w n s a t i n , i in s m a l l shapes. They a r e t r i m m e d ' in v a r i o u s b r i g h t l y colored f r u i t s \\\\ the f r o n t . ,' Some of the s m a l l e r ones are t r i m m e d w i l h a f r o n t s t i c k p i n of b r i l l i a n t s . · A s m a r t l i t t l e C h r i s t m H S g i f t w o u l d hi- a l i n e n scarf of I t a l i a n Hedebo. w h i c h was m a d e by a local w o m a n . It is a dressing t a b l e scarf. Price $ - f . f 0 . rose, bud a d o r n s the center. This was made v e r y d a i n t y by edged w i t h f i n e lace. 1 I t - l o n e saw a d a r l i n g b:tby c a r - r i a g e robe, y e s t e r d a y , h a n d m a d e r i i r i I lie sheep woo! was h o m e c a r d ed. The c o v e r i u c \\;ts m a d e of the palest p i n k crepe d e c h i n e ;uid k n r t - ted in p i n k r i b b o n rose buds. A law j Sweet M o a t Box,a b e a u t i f 1 u s e f u l g i f t , a r o u n ' of black l a c q u e r designed in and m gold a n d g r a y , the box di\ i d c s i n t o s e v e n c o one can be removed f r o m t h and each one is designed s e p a r a r e a l l y b e a u t i f u l t h i HE GOLDEN GIRL Your Dream Interpreted BY PUYLlrSPWILLIDSi T H K LOVK POTION w i t h i n range Don M i g u e l stuck his head i n s i d e ; l '" ief . c a u g h t the f l a t ) a n d spoke to the y o u n g i of his k e e n eyes, the a g l i m p s e of C o m m a a n d h e r d a u g h t e r b e n d i n s mv.sieri- w o m a n w i t h i n . H i s words h a d l i t t l e effect on her for she was tossing j fiercely. H a l f of S t e l l a ' s face and about w i l h a f e v e r and m o a n l n g i body were t h r o w n i n t o scarlet re- Smol Ill-rod M u t t o n i t i n s m a l l pieces a s n u i c in u t t f n i as d e s i r e d . S l i c e I p o t a t o e s t h i n , peel f o u r o n i o n s . I n b a k i n g o f in n I t o n . s p r i n k l e p e p p e r a n d d o t s o f m a y h e o m i t t e d I . i r a w , s e v e n l a r g e d i s h put H l a y e r w i t h o n i o n s a l t , b u t t e r s . B u t t e r f ' u t b r e a d i n d i r e , dry in o v e n and use for n e x t i l a y e r , o r use o n l y p o t a t o e s . F i l l t h e . ! d i s h w i l h l a y e r s , i n a k i i m ( h e ( o p j Use SAPOLIO For Every Room in the House In trie£i7c/ien SAPOLIO cleans pots,pans, oilcloth and cutlery; in the bathroom SAPOLIO cleans porcelain, marble, tiling --the wash basin anrl bathtub; in the hallway SAPOLIO cleans painted woodwork, doors, sills and concrete or stone floors. See that the nameSAPOUOis on every package. ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS CO. SoJe McaiufacttrrtTt New York U. S.A, K. W i l l a r r i class, Mrs. A l i c e M o r g a n , i.TS \ V l i e a t l a n d a v e - nue. \VKDM-;SD,VV. K. of f'., card p a r t y , K. uf C.. h a l l . S p e l l i n g m a t c h , W e n t ) d i u r c h . C o m m u n i t y Service HOUSE' con, t . ' n i v e r s a l i s t c h u r c h . Kagles T h a n k s g i v i n g Eagles h a l l . T W I I S D . A V . Business Women Civic, card p a r t y , K. of ( ' , . h a l l . B o n l C h i M e g a , Miss Vera M u l - endore, B e r k l y street. K K I O A V . ( i a l l o w a y d a n c e a n d h a l l . M o o s e h e n r t Legion Moose b a l l . ff. ·¥. .y- Kternal Y o u t h w h q lodges in, every now and then. His d e v o t i o n had persisted | her h e a r t " j "Here, man, open up the f l a p , l e t ! t h r o u g h the years. He had been c o n - ' ' D i a n a f l u n g herself d o w n on the! j n ^ e a i r i i t ' s ail . t h . ) t i lose ]| 0 i E t a n t l y at beck and gall of capricious d i v a n by the. long French w i n d o w s j neeris a n d n o t h i n g else 'she's been ' t h a t opened out i n t o the garden. | l y i n g her(J f o r ( w o (1 , 1VR The c r i m s o n lights f r o m - t h e sunset s l a n t e d i n upon her h a i r , t u r n i n g it to pure copper. A laggardly bee Chapel L u n c h Feast, League class, Elk's card p a r t y , YOU EXPECT rertai?i t h i n g s from the f l o u r you buy--and are f r e q u e n t l y disappointed unless yon are now u s i n g Logan Belle! Try a sack of Logan Belle Flour day, or as soon as you need more t lour, and learn how pood flour can l i e mad Y o u r d'rocei m i s u l ) s t i t u l e . M A D E H E R E A T bv the C K N T K A r , STATES C O M P A N Y LOGANSPQRT,^ INDIANA. MENU Roast Turkey A p p l e Sauce Sweet Potatoes Rice Peaches Q L ' H ' K M E A L GAS RANGES The. f o l l o w i n g p r o g r a m was given \ e s t e r d a y a f t e r n o o n a t t h e m e e t i n g of the L o g a n s p o r t M u s i c League, h e l d in the P a r i s h house. Some of the host l o c a l m u s i c i a n s were present. The p r o g r a m w h i c h w a s t h e w o r k of Mrs. K g a n was H s p l e n d i d me. and of real v a l u e to the members. The p r o g r a m for the a f t e r n o o n v/as as f o l l o w s : D e v e l o p m e n t of V o c a l Music-1. D e v e l o p m e n t f r o m B i l l i n g s to L o w e l l Mason. 2 . H y m n s -- B e t h a n y , Iloylston a n d O l i v e t . Lowell Mason .. Quartet ( M r . F r a n k P a r k e r , M r . Burden, Mrs. Heck. Mrs. R a y m o n d E t n i r e . ) '.]. K a r l y S p r i n g Schools Mrs. Russell Pfohl . Solo--Rosalie, the P r a i r i e F l o w e r f l e o . F. Root Mrs. V i r g i l B i n f o r d . . Battle Cry of Freedom Geo. F. Root Q u a r t e t . . S o l n -- B e d o u i n Love Song. . . C h a d w i c k Mi's. ('has. Chase. . C h o r a l Societies and May Fest i v a l s D r . M a u d e A r t h u r . A n t h e m -- G i v e U n t o the Lord, O Ve M i g h t y . .. . D u d l e y B u c k Q u a r t e t . , . C h o r u s -- F e s t i v a l Te D c u m No. 7. in K F l a t . . D u d l e y B u c k T r i n i t y C h o i r . ( B r u n s w i c k m a c h i n e d o n a t e d b y F r a n k H. B r o w n . ) x --. * * * Dance in Khtood. A n n o u n c e m e n t has been m a d e of d a n c e to be g i v e n in 101 wood, ' h u r s d a y . Dec. 1. The dance w i l l be g i v e n in the Eagles' h o m e and music w i l l be f u r n i s h e d by the Doc, Peyton orchestra. Some of the local young people are p l a n n i n g to attend. IJu/.aar and Market. T h e B u r r o w s Economic c l u b w i l l j hold a bazaar and market Wednesday a f t e r n o o n and e v e n i n g in the Mrs.# D a u g h e r t y b u i l d i n g . Also an e x h i b i t i o n w i l l be given, f r o m the Rock Creek C a n n i n g club and the Boys' Corn club. The e x h i b i t w i l l be .judged by A. L. Hodgson of Delphi and Miss K i n g of P u r d u e university. Three cash prizes will be given each club. W i l l A trend Dunce. Miss E d n a Taylor. Francis Grube and H e n r y Reed w i l l a t t e n d the T h a n k s g i v i n g dance given in Peru at the Moose h a l l this evening. M a r j o r i e who f l i t t e d from one liro in a n o t h e r , c o m i n g back a l w a y s to t h e steady, u n q u e n c h a b l e f l a m e t h a t glowed in Dale's quiet grey eyes. There had been o n l y one b r e a k in their f r i e n d s h i p ; for some uuac.- c o u n t a b l e r e a s o n -- u n a c c o u n t a b l e a s far as the w a t c h i n g world was con- corned--he had gone off on t h e y a c h t w i t h o u t a d i e u , for a year's cruise. Everyone .said t h a t M a r j o r i e h n d given him his conge at last, but !ie had come back at the end of ihe y e a r as c o n s t a n t , as devoted as ever, b u t the first s t r e a k s of grey had appeared i n t h e d a r k h n i r a l h i s temples and t h e r e WHS in his eyes a curious weariness. f t w a s t h e n t h a t D i a n a , s u d d e n l y developed i n t o w o m a n h o o d , a - l i t t l e bit bored w i t h the c a l l o w college y o u t h s of her a c q u a i n t a n c e , really saw h i m f o r t h e first t i m e . Previously she had regarded him as a m e m b e r of the f a m i l y to be d e p e n d ed on for chocolates and u n f a i l i n g b i r t h d a y g i f t s . O n t h i s 2 0 t h b i r t h d a y Diana w a s filling in for M a r j o r i e at a week-end c o u n t r y hotisepart.y for w h i c h the l a t t e r had i n v e n t e d a t o o t h a c h e as a m e a n s of escape. She came d o w n s t a i r s e a r l y thr, e v e n i n g o f h e r a r r i v a l , s l i n i l y l y o u t h f u l In a gown the color of sea' f o a m . S h e w a s f r a n k l y y a w n i n g - a t the prospect of a s t u p i d week-end. r- THE B A R G A I N A low l a u g h from a dim corner of t h e i i n l i g h f e d d r a w i n g room b r o u g h t her up sharply. She c u p p e d a q u i c k h a n d over her opened m o u t h and tried to pretend t h a t she was fore- s t a l l i n g a sneeze. "Von n e e d n ' t ! " said Stephen Dale's voice. "It's only I--not one of the swains." D i n n a gave a l i t t l e cry of d e l i g h t . "Steve, Tm so glad! T didn't k n o w you were to be here--Marjorie said it was going to be an impossible party. That's why she promised me a gold mesh bag if I'd und e r s t u d y for her." Dale l a u g h e d and dragged Iiis six-feet-two of w h i t e f l a n n e l e d l e n g t h from the d e p t h s of a capacious d i v a n . Diana t h o u g h t she had never seen a n y t h i n g more s p l e n d i d l o o k i n g tluin b i s l i t h e l e n g t h a n d t h e strongly enisled face w i t h - t h e tired eyes. It always m a d e her heart, beat u n a c c o u n t a b l y faster to look* a t h i m , "So? M a r j o r i e stoops to b r i b e r y , does she? I t h o u g h t t h e r e w;is s o m e t h i n g queer a b o u t t h a t toothache story. I suppose she is avoiding me?" Diana moved over to him i m p u l - sively. The d r a w i n g room was dim and cool in the m i d s u m m e r twi- liglit. II was filled w i t h the scent emerging from t h e h e a r t of a h o l l y hock paused a m o m e n t - t o "circle a r o u n d h e r b r i g h t head. "Why do people a l w a y s w a n t to be y o u n g ? " she asked, p e t u l a n t l y "I hate b e i n g y o u n g ! Nobody pays a n y a t t e n t i o n t o y o u except s i l l y boys w h o t h i n k t h e y ' r e t e r r i b l y s m a r t , mid, even t h e y w o u l d r a t h e r go a b o u t w i t h w i d o w s and divorcees!" He s m i l e d at her t h r o u g h the smoke of his cigarette. "f h a v e n ' t noticed any d e a r t h of a d m i r e r s i n y o u r d i r e c t i o n . " She shrugged p e t u l a n t shoulders. "Who w a n t s boys to p l a y w i t h ? They're a l w a y s a r o u n d . Ergo. t h e y ' r e i m m e n s e l y boring." "Who do you w a n t t h e n ? " he asked a m u s e d l y , as he w o u l d view the a n t i c s of a f r o l i c s o m e k i t t e n . The a n s w e r b r o u g h t him to his f e e t , g r a v e - e y e d . " Y o u ! " said D i a n a in a s t r a i n e d l i t t l e voice t h r o u g h a t h r o a t t h a t visibly q u i v e r e d . (To be c o n t i n u e d ' ) l y i n g her(J f o r ( w o ( ,, 1VR n o w s h u t j n l i k e a m u m m y in the B r i t i s h muse- «in a n d w i t h nary a chance, to feel refreshed if she had a m i n d to. Horoscope (Copyright 1921 by the Wheeler Syndicate, I n c . ) This is not a l u c k y day. . Under this r u l e of the stars, those who hold positions of a u t h o r i t y are l i k e l y to be disagreeable and very h a r d to please. The governors of several states may face a c h a n g e of o p i n i o n on the part of t h e i r supporters, and there w i l l be scandals c o n c e r n i n g improper administration in public affairs. ' It is predicted t h a t there will be a strong t e n d e n c y toward love in- t r i g u e at this time. Domestic h a r m o n y is not l i k e l y to f l o u r i s h at this time. Persons whose b i r t h d a y t h i s is may have a d i f f i c u l t year and s h o u l d avoid g i v i n g offense lo those who work for them. C h i l d r e n born on I b i s day w i l l he successful if they learn not to worry over t r i f l e s . G i v e her some cool d r i n k ami keep i the t e n t open and s h e ' l l be w e l l hc- I fore you can say J a c k Robinson." i The g r a t e f u l J a s p e r g r u n t e d ! "Kos-Ko" ( t h a n k y o u ) a n d ' s e t j about, to do as M i g u e l t o l d h i m . w h i l e there w a s s t i l l some d a y l i g h t l e f t . M i g u e l s t r o l l e d back t o t h e j f i r e a n d began p l a y i n g a b o u t w i t h j some of the l i t t l e ones, as was h i s ; c u s t o m of an e v e n i n g . j Then, a s e v e n i n g l u r e d f r o m t h e ] eastern h o r i z o n the last glow of s u n l i g h t , p l a c i n g ( h e m a g i c w o n d e r of palest stars and t h e i r t w i n k l e t o d e l i g h t t h e eyes - o f m a n , ( b e a i r ] grew b u s h e d .and h e a v y w i t h i t s ' own insistence. V a g u e , s e n s e - s t i r 1 ring odors arose f r o m m y r i a d s o f ; closing flowers r o u n d a b o u t t h e , t e n t s o f t h e b a n d a n d t h e r o a r i n g c a m p f i r e t h r e w i t s b u r n t o f f e r i n g ; of smoke h i g h i n t o the heavens, a s ) t h o u g h by so d o i n g it h e r a l d e d t h e : i n d i s p u t a b l e , s u p e r i o r i t y of t h e s e . ] sons and d a u g h t e r s of a w a n d e r i n g j race to the e n t i r e , u n i v e r s e . j j Don M i g u e l w a t c h e d the g r a d u a l i i a d v a n c e of n i g h t w i t h l a n g u i d eyes, j I If was j u s t as it s h o u l d be, and n o w i i t h a t , the Gods had p i n n e d a Ho- j i many c h o n e ( m o o n ) a m o n g t h e | i f r e t w o r k of the s t a r s , he sighed h i s ; c o m p l e t e salisfaelion. Such » 7)ighl i as t h i s t h e moon b e l o n g e d , a n d r i g h t f u l l y , to the w a n d e r e r s of the earth, for only such as t h e y , w i t h t h e i r love of (lie open spaces, c o u l d ! understand its f a r t h e s t m e a n i n g , j Moons, especially the palest s p r i n g i moons, were never set in heaven for i roofed and righteous. j Farther down t h e l i n e , b u t s t i l l ' j l i e f by the f l a m e s and she c h a n t e d l s o m e t h i n g to l i R r s o l f as she s t i r r e d the c o n t e n t s of the pot u n c e a s i n g l y . She m a d e a p r e t t y p i c t u r e and Miguel w o n d e r e d t o h i m s e l f j u s t w h a t s h e W H S a b o u t . A c h u c k l e f r o m I h e old w o m a n n e a r h i m caused h i m t o look a r o u n d a n d ;tsk h e r w h a t w a s t h e m a t t e r . T h e o l d o n e shook h e r head a n d c r a c k e d t h e j bones in her l e a n fingers as she . s h o o k w i t h s i l e n t , t o o t h l e s s m i r t h , . p o i n t i n g to f h e fire i n ( h e d i s t a n c e j she l a u g h e d and said." " V o n t h e y i s i l . t h e p u r l ( o l d ) d y e a n d h e r · c h a v i , b r e w i n c p h i l t r e s . A y e . love i p h i l t r e s , " d r o p p i n g her voice t o a I w h i s p e r and p o i n t i n g at (he as i f n n i s h e d M i s t i e l ' s b r e a s t , t h e n back ( a g a i n t o t h e f i r e of t h e t w o w o m e n . " W h a t h a v e I l o d o w i t h t h e i r fires or t h e i r love p h i l t r e s . Dye?" he. i n q u i r e d , w i t h a s h o r t l a u g h . " K v e r y t h i t i g . t h i s i s l a r h o ( t r u t h ) I t ^ l l y o n n o w . M i g u d . i h r m o t h e r m a k e s t h e l i r e a n d t h r m a g i c p h i l t r e f o r h e r d a u g h t e r . I h a t s h e m a y s u r e l y w i n t h e l o v e o f I h e , d i a l of her h e a r t ' s desire, y o u ! " A n d here a c a i n she w e n ) o f f i n t o w i l d l a u g h t e r , s l o p p i n g i n t h e tftidsl to t a k e a h u g e p i n c h of s n u f f and t o offer some t o M i g u e l . "Lisi to the g i l l i e f so tier) the d a r k one sings us s h e s t i r s t h e p h i l t r e m a d e , nf a d d e r s ' blood a n d y o u w i l l h e j i v w h a t I s a y . The R o m a n y chic loves her c h i e f m a d l y . " At t h e s e words D o n M i g u e l looked t . b o u i r l i t f u l . He p u f f e d on his p i n e as t h o u g h f o r c o n s o l a t i o n , t h e n t o l d the old Rossip jo go on p r e p a r i n g t h e s t e w a n d f o r g e l such t h i n g s as love and its p o t i o n s . f To be c o n t i n u e d ) i To d r e a m I h a t y o u r feet ing you is said to be a sign t h a pet' t y t r o u b l e s w i l l arise . v e r y l i k e l y i n t h e n ' d i f f e r e n c e s . To d r e I h a v e lost y o u r feet is considered ! omen of d i f f i c u l t i e s over i ters. S«'\vinc G u i l d W i l l M e H . T h e Sewing C l u i l d o f I h e f ' n l v a r r Presbyterian c h u r c h w i l l meet at. I h e c h u r c h Wednesday f o r a l l d a v sewing. The Right Kind of a Gift for a Man There are c e r t a i n things man uses t h a t , he trusts woman's t a s t e Cor more t h a n his own. Me is glad when a woman's present to him is one of them. W h a t are those tilings? Jewelry, and those articles of personal use made of gold and silver, t h e appearance «f w h i c h indicates t r a i n e d knowledge of good design. K n o w i n g f h e f i n of our merchandise men are especially pleased with the g i f t from Smith's. \ V n U l o t i t n r C h a i n s C u f f L i n k s 'i Scarf P i n s W a t c h Fobs H i n g s Lockel.s Toilet varo M»lel 'igarcU** f'»*rs F o u n t a i n M a i v i r u r r ( i i l l o t i o Ka/,ors K m h l r m I'encils Hal B. Smith JEWELER 309 Fourth St. Aid Mooting. The Ladies' Aid society of t h e Rock Creek C h r i s t i a n c h u r c h w i l l hold an all day meeting at the home of Isaac Coney, Den.-1. The feature of the day is to be the big d i n n e r at the noon hour. WHAT'S IN A NAME Facts about your name; its history; its meaning; whence it was derived; its significance; your lucky day and lucky jewel. Dance in H u n t i n g t o n . The lOddie H a w k i n s orchestra j f r o m G a r y w i l l play at the Thanks- g i v i n g d a n c e to be given in H u n t i n g ton, F r i d a y e v e n i n g . This orchestra leader is well known by m a n y local ( C o n t i n u e d on page e i g h t . ) -DEMONSTRATION- QVEN HEAT REGULATOR The entire meal will be cooked at the same time with the same gas. It will be placed in the oven at 10 M. and taken out at 2 P. M. Cake baking in the afternoon. FLANEGIN Hardware Co. MILLiICEXT The affected young miss who changes her name from Mildred to M i l l i c e n t in the f o n d belief t h a t the two are interchangeable,- is really re-christening herself. The two names are u t t e r l y dissimilar. M i l l i c e n t , w h i c h is translated to mean work s t r e n g t h , comes f r o m that r e m a r k a b l e word "amal," meaning work, which a p p e a r s in some s i m i l a r f o r m in all languages. We have our word "moil" from i t . , Many^ f e m i n i n e names have beeu j evolved f r o m a m a l , t h e f i r s t p r o b - j ably being A m a l a s w i n t h , the u n f o r - l t u n a t e queen of Lombardy. whom! the Romans could not protect f r o m ! the treachery of her favorites. His-i torians call her A m a l a s o n t h a , b u t ' in B u r g u n d y she became Meliseuda.! Melicerte, and Melusine. j Spanish ballad lore reveals a M e - f lisenda as the wife of Don Gayferos who was taken captive by the Moors, of her through Don was the nymph Leezignan, who, i legend, retired' » e n t day legend must add. It is an 1 augury of good f o r t u n e if she sees ( the new moon reflected in the stone. | Saturday is her lucky day and 1 1 her l u c k y number, and holly is her ! flower. After-Dinner Trick* and we hear Quixote. Melusine wife of Lord de according to old !·-- A Brakoi match ii .wrapped frem public view every Saturday and turned into a serpent. · broken. Princess Melisende carried the ! Another crown of Jerusalem to the House of Ahjou, and through the Provencal connection of the English court. Lady Melisent Stafford, who lived during the reign of Henry If. established the name in England. It soon; came to be spelled Melicent and finally Millicent, prevailing as such today. The simplest of all gems..the t u r - rfiioise, is Millicent's talismanio s t o n e . It is said to protect i t ? wearer f r o m all d a n g e r s , w h e t h e r shf?| walks or rides, or flics, the p r e s - j In · hudker- ; «peainf tJu troff out m- match cemled In th» hem ·* the handkerchief. It la toil natch t h a t U broken through the folds of the cl*tJs. b'eae* the m*r- prrrtouilj C«B- the ha To repeat the trick, aiing any ia»d- kerchief, the performer hold* the elotii to a ipeciator'a »«p, M that he caa ac- tuaJJy bear the match beiaf broken. ret the restoration ia acatn acccw- pliihed. The match ii net really broken. Tb» performer merely mam B ia fincer nail with h !S thumb naiJ. The eoaad actetjj resemble* the breaking of a match, aa* mil deceive the keenest obaerrw. Vevrrtmbl. 1»21. br Public Grube's Bulletin -*--«·--·--»- » »---* « « » Only 2 more shopping days until Thanksgiving Day Following- Our Established Rule, Our Store Will Be Closed All Day Thursday, November 24th, in Observance of Thanksgiving Day. Kindly arrange your ready-to-wear shopping here accordingly, and oblige us greatly. Only two more days in w h i c h to purchase your new Winter Coat, Suit, Dress or Hat for Thanksgiving Day wear. THE FOLLOWING SALES ARE NOW IN PROGRESS HERE: A Half Price Sale of Hats A $25*00 Sale of Fur Trimmed Suits A Special Sale of Women's and Misses' Fur Trimmed Cloth Coats at $25, $27.50 and $29.50 OUR HALF PRICE HAT SALE Offers you choice of our entire fall stock oWomen's, Misses' and Children':Trimmed Tailored Hats With the exception of new w i n t e r models j u s t received in Black and Brown Satin, Silk D u v c t y n , Gold and Silver Cloth and Fur-Trimmed models, At Exactly Half Price N A M K L Y -As loy in price as $2.50, $2.98, $3.48, $3.98, $4.48 and $5.00, and choice of our very finest Black Wharton Chapeaux and Black Gage Pattern Hats at $6.25, $7,50, $8.75, $9.75, $11.25 and $12.00. WHILE YOU ARE IN THE HAT DEPARTMENT Ask Mrs. Klump and Mrs. Baughman to show you those stunning new Black and Brown satin hats received from New York Monday morning, and now on sale at $7.95 each. Some are plain-tailored, others are trimmed with fruit and flowers--the latest New York idea. These hats are well worth a special trip down-town to see. We advise an early selection owing to the shortness of time and because assortments in these special item.s are being rapidly depleted. Sale Continues Until Every Coat, Suit and Hat Is Sold --A WORD TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT-THE A. GRUBE CO. , Logansport's Leading Ready.lo-Wear Store, THE STORE THAT SELLS WOOLTEX

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