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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1, 1930. V r A*HE DAILY IJOintlm-t, CO W11JJ.J1./S V JJjJUJlJ, fA. PAGE SH3VEN, SCHIIRMERHORM YOUNG CHAPTER X X V I I I , wrotchdd, miserable ji days of feeling so sick fchd /aint and weary! Would they never cndt She dreaded their ending. How would she meet Ned? On the other hand, she longed for them to be ended and for Ned to know. And was there another reason, down deep under her heart, for the longing? But if only such a thing as she hoped hart come to her bad been right! Oh, if 'she had only talked to Uicl? about itl But she was shy, and it might have wonriod him. Chicago, Ned rushing forward to meet her and holding her arm tightly as they walked to the taxicab, telling her how he had mused her and asking what «K« had been doing and how were Pauline and Dave and old DicTc and when was the old scout coming east? He never mentioned Ivor Drake. Sbn'd tell him at lunch--'When Rhc wu9 refreshed by her bath and change of clothes after the three dusty days. She was ao tired, and she felt a/ strange weakness and on tho train something she .had never experienced--^-train sickness --or it might be ... 3 "You're not eating y o u r lunch, dear," said Ned as they sat in the Cool dining-room of the Blackstone overlooking the lake. "I'm not very hungry," replied Enid, She mubt sny something. The time passed. Ked was asking for the check. Too late. She'd )»ave to tell him on the train. Settled on the train, Ned handed her Severn! magazines, then opened his brig and took out some Jjusinef-s papers They read. Occasionally Ned toofceti up, stnilod into Enid's face ind patted her knee or pressed her hand for a moment. If ho only Icnew \rhnt a poor, contemptible, weak creature she was--shu, Enid Grier! Her mother . . . her grandmother . . . all the splendid women in her family. . . . She felt dizzy and queer. She'd tie down on the sofa in their drawing room. Perhaps thnt would make her fee] better. S?e might even sleep. Then she would be calmer to talk to Ned, She dosed her eyes, to shut out the vision of Ned sitting there across the little aisle from her · Then suddenly her rnmd became very clear. She counted: July--August--this was September. ' \ Under her heart ohe carried pick's child. i She--Enid--a baby--Oh God, how wonderful! Her prayers had lieeVi an nvered . . . a baby--a little baby--her own--to hold against fier breast nnd feel its little fmgcra tlasp her--to trim a bassinet--and count the tittle dresses and petticoats before it was born--like she had seen the girh do, with an ache in her heart--her baby--hers-hers and Dick's. Her face flushed with shame and then h^r heart be- ean to bout so fa;t--Dick--her beloved . . . But she couldn't think straight. It would be the most horrible scandal to think of divorce now--with the baby coming. If it wore born after shr- was divorced, then married to Pick, everyone would talk. The talk would be the truth. But even if it wore tho tiuth it couldn't be- admitted. Her baby , . no . . . She could not tell Ned--jusl now. She *'ould vrait until October and then ask Dick what to do. So helpless--so lonely--desolated--no one to turn to--aid her own husband reaching over and putting his hand on her knee as she appeared to waker. "Isn't it fine to be home, dear?" ··said Ned, putting the key jnto the door of their apartmnnt, wnilo Anna, her maid, smiled a ?eal welcome, nnd her dog Jumped up and turned into a half-moon to show his joy. And Mummy ringing on the telephone and asking hei to corne right over for lunch --· poor Mummy had been so lonely--. with both D.ivie and Enid mar- »ried. She went to see Mummy every day, looked into tho-ie dear eyes and wondere'l if Mummy would see in her face . . . Row often she had dreamed nnd hoped of some day going to her mother and putting her head on her breast and whispering, "Mummy, I'm gomg to have n bnby," and knowing the sweetness of that moment when Mummy's arms Would tighten around her and they would both cry. Now, sho couldn't tell Mummy --not yet. It seemod as if she would never be able to tell anybody of the joy in her heart because she had been a sinful woman. She v,'«w juat like those poor girls sho had read stones about. Her child would bo born out of wedlock, Sho must keep hei secret as long ait possible. f)ick would t«-ll her what to do when he came In October. , Keep it a secret! Had Ned noticed how Kick she was in the morning and how she could hardly raise hor head when ho came to kiss her good-bye? She waa better by evening, bat it was hard to have friends for dihncr and go out to partita--she just wanted to lie down all the time, and restaurants 'nmdo her dizzy. The smoke and thu whiffs from tho kitchen made her swallow quickly and hold on very tightly to the thought, "I must not give In-some one mignt know." If Ned had -to g^o to Mexico in November, she told hersulf, yes, it would be all right until then--sho could write him about it. After she had seem Dick--her baby would be nil right. Would anything be the matter with it? Sb'o must keep calm, or sho might lone it- She must take the beat cars of herself. Ned had t-ild her that he thought sho didn't look well. Well, sho'd us-' more rouge and have facia) tr -atments and rest every afternoon. The decorators were In the apartment now. How ill the smell of paint made her--but she must stand it. "How are yon going to do the guest room, Enid?" Ned asked her. Ouest room" How she had longed to do it was a g-ay border of children dan ung or queer funny animals walking out of the ark! "Oh, I don't think it requires anything this yi ar, Ned," she had replied. How c mid she do it over when she couldn't make it into a nursery? "Why don't W Q have old Dick ap here to stay with us if you are not tjomg to tear tl at room up? lie hasn't visited u for a dog's ago. He'll he here in i few weeks. Suppose we wire h m." Dick--there hi the gueBt room-near her--in the nursery--heavenly--but no--he wouldn't come. No, he wouldn't but how sweet-"1 t h i n k that would be fine," Enid managed ! o answer. "But he's so f u n n y about always wanting to go to the club or hotel " Dick did not come to their home when he arrived in New York, but telephoned the moment he reached his hotel.' Enid, knowing the day he was expected to arrive, had not left the house lor a minute--she couldn't. With every tins of the telephone Jt lastemng to , ' And was when one of her - - . ; .J» and telling *SSlt* '8KS ^ *tf V*' she "--»* iauv-ii a ritlET nf erAriflfi sir«.r s fc» s ' s , Oan you coma up to ae*. m» now, Dick?" e m ° H,,?!' l n b ,° WP in hahalf prepared to pbt oa'the £*3f£r3£fc ft her in I^AIA -^-^ h« ttWhir" io TM° oi -" e ° *TM "Mrs. Grier," Anna was ing down the hall. Her whhe ? gtnnKt - Why was shc 8 ° .. -- is ft, Anna, What is it?" Your mother has just been -.-en very 111--she's in pain. They've Kent for the 2113 « m n t voa to come sit Mummy -- Mummy ill. · w h «?*i- been thcrc only the night before nnd Mummy was splendid. She was going today, but she wuldn't leave the, house-- ' G.it me a liud." Enid * M ,,TM. Bhe threw her tea-go-wn down in a heap on the floor and look the firat dress \n her closet. Anna handed hor her bag, and pulling her tint down over her head Enid ran t» the door. The moment Snid stepped In her mother's house she felt throughout the whole house, aa if a sa-ange presence pervaded it What was it--forbirldin*--sinister --very close? Enj.j rushed upstairs to find th« doctor bending over her mother. She turned her eyes to Enid and reached out her hand feebly. "Such terrible pain, Enid." Twt, days of anguish followed. Nursen , . . hypodermics . the telephone constantly ringing . . . kind friends inquiring. Endless nights. Would the medication take hold? Yea. Mnmmy was resting at last. Another cruel attack . . . poor Mammy trying to breathe . , so brave and patient . those brutal needles in her dear arm. "Sleep now, Mrs. Grifcr You are a!i worn out," a competent nurse urged nor. "I'll call yon if thero is a change." Sleep -- sleep -- impossible 1 To herself Enid cried: "Mummy, you rnustn'!: go and leave me. I need yon 30 just now Let me tell you overytlung Ob, Dick, I know you're thinking of me, and Ned IB BO kind and t h o u g h t f u l I" Thata Mummy left her--o|uiet**y and peacefully, without pain. Sho jusf went to sleep with her hand on Enid's head as she knelt by h(-T. Oh, Mummy -- Mnromy -- oh -Had God taken her away eo that she would nnver know--was God punish! ig Enid for her sin? Dear God, forgive, mo--1 loved him so. (To £!« Continued Tomorrow.) Cctrrrlcht 1U?). Iff Rettta £4-t!«nacrtaro Ttnieg. Utntrlbuled br Ktu ITeMuKu Ortxllnu. IM. New Classes Will Begin January 6 i ' i the aoeiettirla! and Combined J D c p u i t r n c n t s t OMi'hft'TK COrjriSI'* SJCC'KETAKIAk ( ' O U K S K ( U t o li Months* (8 to 10 1\1 nll'M JJookK r e p l u g Hook keep Ing A c c o u n t i n g JDii t a p h o n e s h o r t h a n d Shorthand ( ' i i l c u l f i l l m . ' Ma. nines Calculating Mneli i i r ! Business A r i t h m e t i c Business A r i l h m c ' l u K u p M C t X l t t i l n t t o n Rapid Calculation Tmich T y p e w r i t i n g Touch Typewrltln , Business English Machines Adding Machines Olllv-e Piaclico Office Practice L e t t e r Writing Letter W r i t i n g .Salesmanship Liiw Business l^uvv Punctuation Punctuatioii 1'einn'Hinbip Penmanship Dictation Dictation Spelling Spoiling \ i i \ I'hone, or call at the office Cor t n f o i K i u t l n n I A Y AM) M('HT CLINSKS o IT in TKAIMM; SCHOOL I'hone on. Me/tenth' i'loor, Citizens Buildiriig Supplies (ittiicvr SAM) GBAVKL TLASTEK LI HE, ETC. We carrj a complete line of high grade b u i l d i n g mil to rial at all times and best initrKet priced. Consolidated Ooa! £»^ 31c( oi inlrit A v e n u e , C(MiiiilK'»iHi", I'u. I'l lino ITflO. u «vniw«ttnBsiap(i3w»A 6f OStiopyle O l s l O ! " i L! i ' i 1 ! i t l ! « II It | - ! ' 1 ' ' ' morn n. i i , \M ,, -, v i i ,')(·' i,' i \ J \!i · u ' I i 'I l 1 ) 1 1 I 1 . , - - 1 . 1 * ' l ) V Mi. and Mrs. W i l i e r W i l l i a m - , and f a m i l y ot Jacobs C eek a p u n t over the week etui at Victoria Jtrs, A I I Jennings ieUinnMl lo liov liorn-e S a t u r d a y ]ni\ ing bpe-nt a wook's vi.vit w i t h trioucK a Charlerol. Mrs. W i l l i a m l!ur nvorHi was a vitlt- 01 in I'ltt.slniig ov r the \eoU-eiHl Mallei s George ,111! l l r m « J o h n s o n a i e s p e n d i n g u i»w days viiu i n Cinn- b«ilaiul, -\Icl . with iti-elr mother, Mn A i l e MI Johnson j Mi i n d Mr-, ,i. ^[. K n n k l o h a \ e i c - t u t i K ' - l to t l n M r ho i-o 111 C o i i i i n e r t i . i l stiot t ha v i n ^ M'ent i \\ teli s M ,it w th i r u c n i N ii' I'm n U \ n I ·»=---·= -^ Mr .iml Mus K S JackM,ii .n,d K n l . l m in. . I . o i l 1 , \\ o h i n e bin- i l the w e e k w i t h \ l i ami M r s l i c - o j t o , at t ' m o n l i u n , lin . t- u t m i u i l to 1'ieii liiiiiu* at ( f l i i o j n If · M' \h - l . f t i . n ,v I [ H i \ \ ' H H I S js a V'Hi"'s rosolulion Tor c \ i r y nmn uJ of suviiif-; but m i v - er lui.s (JvHH it. Tho irick ot 1 saving 1 is to «Pi aside tin a m o u n t bofore you nuike y o u r tvooklj or m o n t h l y financial r e ck o n i u fr, Just i» re toad you ·ire winiifur so HiucJi LESS (Hun j o u u r o -- ami y o u r ,s « v i n ffs a c c o u n t gets t h e Citizens i National Bank of Ooiinellsvllle Mhore Your "iluuej Is Safe BR00KHART JOINS BORAH IN ATTACK ON ENFORCEMENT 1 ~" I Of Prohibit i|n by P -esent Personnel; Dpinattds Iteinov- nl '« Mello \ t WILL PRESEN T HIS PROOFS TO SENATE By PAUL n MAI I, ON (United Pre«a Staff Coi respondent) WASHINGTON, · Jan. -- OTreworke sot oft by Congressional drys against prohibition onfotceinon' conditions lliuu far aro o n l y sparltli rs compared w i t h w h a t Is coming wl en Congress reconvene*, Senator Brt okhart, Re- puhllcation, Iowa, said. Brookharl intends to irect an attack largely at Secretary o£ Treasury Mellon, he said. It. also became k n o w n today that Senator Borah, Hepubi can, Idaho, who chargd conditions in en tor's o- TOonl of the liquor pai 'nit system amount to a "scandal," h d written a letter to President i l o o v w on the prohibition ultuatkm. try critics of prohllritlo i condltion-s were eupporteti in eotoe respects today by S 1 . Scott MoBrld-e, reneral superintendent of the Anli-Sa. oon League. He said uoUtl-cal pret sure trom wet eenatorn hat* forced ppointmenl of Federal indgas, dlBtrlt t attoriieys and other oflk'lals unsyn patlietk to prohibition. JUrooklwrt, who te eecoi d only to Borah as a senatorial dry 'ampalgner, eaM ho watj armed with a atertal concerning entoreoment cond.'.lons which he intends to present whei the Senate aguln convenes, January 8, It was Drookhart w h o revealed - i a Senate speech details Of an ull god "Wall Street liquor party" attoii ed by several eenatora. "Secretary Mellon oiigh to be removed," Drookhart i=ail. "IJe lacks any sympathy w i t h the prohibition. Ian ." "Kederal Judges should he railed upon to enforce the law and liring d i s t r i c t attorneys to time. Tho judges should got a l t e r all the d U t r i c t attor- neyt, who arc not tSo-ing Ir jlr d u t y In enfolding tlio law in their districts. "The c o u n t r y te out o patience w i t h the present enCorcemt it methola rtnd we are go(ng to *.eo til it wo have genuine enforcement. Make nomlstake a b o u t that, I havr been trying to h e l p matt era alung bccau 1 ?! I thought everything vi« in pood f a l l i here, but Information winch has f( no to rne and elrcurnitanufts w h i c h have been forced on mo fco stroiiKly o late, have made me feel d l f f u i u n t abc il it." D r o o k h a i t joined Borah is another day pn«sed w i t h o u t a n s w e r 10 BorahY. three-fold cliiirRCb: (1) Tl, it ttio un- fol-cotnont, jKrsoun« v l need , revising from top to liotton; (Z) T at practi- c a l l y o p r n Kilocn* ar r u n n i n g t h r o u g h o u t the country, an (It) That the alcohol permit syetcrr In the a m o u n t s t a eca lal. who have made su h chargrfi In the pa*;f liavt 1 Ix^-u dm longed to show (heir pi oof AltHoug 1 ! Tioiah is armed with rvkk-iico which he w ill not rtlBploar, c o n f e r r i n g t h i activities of at least 11 i l l . s l r l c i attorn ya, no in- vital Ion has been m a d e tc h i m to prtue hi« eliui'goi Neither han there been any u ' t u l a h o n of tlio last two mentioned duirges from n r v official 6oun e. /Jorah, like Bnjokhart, prt nihly will prw-sent his evidence to the icnate, at w h a t he coiitiders to be t o proper ( f m o . p r o m a h l v wheii t h e r ports aro Mount Pleasant submitted ; from i'rofaldent Hoover's w Knforcenient Comml 1 -! on oarly in J u n u a i y . Sumirmfc SUMMIT, Jan l.--Mr. : wl Mia, Ilouu-r .Adams and t.vo chi dreii of Wick Haven ware visiting M . Adame' parents, Mr. CUK! Alit-. (j-oort o Adame of t h l i place, M i f i . Scbimllnn See-so w.i , among tho- C'onn^llrjVille ehopporfi iatnrdny. M i . and Mrs John Sctlick un] children of Iflvc-i'fltm won-- guMi i of. Mr. and iMrfe, A. J l o t h . HT' and Mis. H.iriy Sooj.e iml ehll- tlron and John Seoao uf Ruff' hile anil eifl Clara Sliandai'f. were ; noste of. W v , and Mr« Sohfistian SPCht Mr and Mrs Fiert N v g i e c i aovvtMl d i n n e r S u n d a y in honor of the form e t ' n uncle, J o h n Nygrocu £ oin llli- Tioiti. Tho f o l l o w i n g porboi s wore pi etent: Mj UIK! M i h . A n d - e w Ky- grof-n, Mr. anI Mis. J o l i n Nyg ecn aiul o h i l d r o n of JJunbar am] Mr nd Mre, Januti UaSlcy ol Scoltilalo, John N y R t P c n ol ] l l f i i o i is i pending hie ( J h r l h t n i a j v a i a t k i n anio ig relatives in {.his se lion PatronUe tl»iao wlio aflve tia», Dli. A P l ' K L SIX H U U U K M T I O N S FOll T U B N E W 3 E A K Special to The Couriftf. MOUNT 1'fjMASA.NT, Jan 1.--Mount Bleaaant s1/udontb are leaving for school. Included nmonor them ai'e- Wilbur Hare; Margaixjt flofnar, Oljor- l i n ; AUlo Voiulracek, Siinpson Iowa; McNaughton, Oavivegto T«ch; Myers anrl Naomi M'illei', J u n - 'iata; ,7a/m«9 Sborioslfer, Flranlclln Joseph and James Dony, Hobert Forejl, John Mooro- and Anthony Antonett-6, University of PHtsilur«; Lawrence be-mmon, M u l H n , P«nn'State; Palflley Philadelphia; Italph Caletrl, Notro Daimo; Mary Jane N-oss, Dorothoa Buhan, Doris and Charlotte Barclay, Indiana Sta/te. Teachers College; Janves TlaWlld, Jr., Maesamitton Military Academy; Doris and Olive KoonLz, Hood; L.eona JxmMnon, Thlol; William Simmons and ^MareatNSt Henderson. Allegheny; Kene°y Dillon and 3am' si Poun, Webb Virginia; Mangreita Painter, Graoo Gail toy a n d Sara 9lairs, California State Teachers College; Frank Kaczroarek, Anthony Nlcotett-e, Thomas M'urpby and' Joseph Richman, S}iriusn« University; Uefon. Ailrrahum, Jeaa Spence and Kaihryn "Warden, Cfoucher; Meii'Ht McOloy, Cieorgo t/am'b attd Thomas Schwartz, Gettysburg; Charles L. De Priest, University of Pennsylvania. yo MaD Delivery. No mall deliveries wpro tnado today. Mail Will be die patched as usual. Tho banks woro closed also some' of the a tores. Funeral of Mrs. Fox, The itnneru 1 service for Mre. Rachel Fox, who died at the home of her son 1*. IU FVx, on Sunday ~ra« held yesterday afternoon at the Mount Joy Clrm'eh of (he Brethren. Interment Was In the ohurch cemetery. Watch Sorvi-45. A watch service was hekJ at Moth- dist Episcopal Church by the lOpworth League. Brjree 1'Iant to Jlesiime. The Bi-yce Brothers glass factory, which has been closed down tor the holiday vacation., will resume operations on Thursday. Hospital Aid Jffeots. Tho Memorial Hospital Aid Society held its last meeting oC the year at the hospital yesterday. "When the reg- u l a r business- was transacted. Cars In Collision. Last evening two cars came together at College avenue. Tho ."creams of a woman owiirpant of one attracted much attention. No person In either tor was hurt, it was ,suii!. To Open Coal Bids. The school board will open.-Wds for roal for all its building*) at Us iiext regular meeting on Monday evening, January 7. 53 PERSONS MET DEATH DURING HUNTING SEASON , .I-ar, 1.--Fifty-three persons, were k i l l e d and 2-10 injured (luring the huii'ting season in Pennsylvania, which olo.seri recently, the State- Game Conunishlon ha.s announced. Th4 fatal accidents show an increase over the the 192S hunting bed- son when 45 hunters were killed ami 2JS wore wounded. Jliiving "both yearh the bulk of the fatal and uou-ttilal accidents were during ihe s-mailligaine season, which closes w i t h the end of November. This year 12 fatal nnd 33 non-fatal a( uidents occurred (inring Ihe big game reason, which closed Decem'ber 15, a.s compared to !lw fatal and, 25 non-fatal during the 1928 big gnime season. The figures for ISSfl, the cornmlHuion admits, may lo irifroaned by later le- p'oj-ts, as all aro uot,yet in. SOVIET UNION ABOLISHES HOUDAYS ON NEW YEAR MOSCOW, Jan. 1.--Bn sin ess as. usual ife Ihe- order for this Now Year'e Day, w h i c h has been consigned to the lu U)o of "abolished" days togethor w i t h othor holidays ttnl Sundays in tho Soviet, Union. TUe Now Year's Uadittou though ie too deeply roolod to bo wiped out by a legal edict. In thousands of Russian homes lu«1 n i g l i l tho advent of iSliO was hailed ainidet m e r r y - m a k i n g greatly BllmuUiUHl by tho effects of. vodka. New year's has ah-.ayn been an occasion tor gay parties with an abundance of good spirits, motaphoric anl aetna), aal many A good Com- nninlet parllcipattxl. The churches tolled the-ir hells and enough believers responded to fill them all to capacity. This is tho one c o n n t r j w h e r e Now Year's is c e l e b r a t e d by (ho over- w h e l m i n g m a j o r i t y bclon* Chrlstnue The Crock Orthodox on January 7. Horn*' of tJie Tnlkiiiff Ffctoros. TODAY DOUG. FAIRBANKS, JR., LORETTA YOUNG and CHESTER MORRIS Vitaplionc Act nnd An All-Talkie Comedy Admission -- Matinee I0c and 35c; Night, 35c nnd 50c Thursday, Friday and Saturday Laura LaPlant in "Hold Your Man" fc/MVWW\SWtf«V»«WWVMV*fliWtfV^^ TODAY ,HOHAi\: «eo, Charlie, I flldn't know »c are u n t i l I "ftw our. in flic mo l i n g ' jitc- I n r c ^ . THE TWO BLACK CHOWS MACK: Aln'i jou ii'-lmm- Prt to be so modest, (jeorg-eJ Afn't I tohl you, time nnd n^raln. 1 is fr MOKAN 6 MACK Also All-Talking Com- clj, Alo^U'toue Act ant Sound 'efvs. 'Why Bring That Up?" It! Hoar It! -mid enjoy It! 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