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!*· PAGE EIGHT. UUUK1BR, CONNBI.LSVILLS, PA. TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1030. BY ROY V I C K E R S WHAT HAS GONE BEFORE A LAN BRENNAWAY, 35, and handsome, has made a fortune in Mexico. He lovcn Shirley Dane, young .ocicty girl, and upon his return to New York, proposes to het. She refuses, saying sh» loves someone else. At a reception, Alan meets Mr. Cynaz, financial shark, -whom he distrusts. Later he receives a mysterious card that Roger Kelton, yonng lawyer, with wliom Shirley's inheritance is invested, is bankrupt. Roger admits it is true, blaming his late father's swindling, and stating that his chief creditor is the girl to whom he is engaged. Going over the list, Alan notes Shirley's name and realizes sha is the girl Ro;;er meant. Alan lends Roger half a million dollars, taking as s e c u r i t y mine stock ·which Rojjer warns him is worthless. N e x t day, Shirley's engagement to Roger is announced, NOW GO ON WITH THE STOJIY. T CHAPTER X. I l K R E was really no coro- niUTU to make. Kelton rmjrlu . ficrhnpa have waited until he cajne back from Macedonia. But tvhcn you came to think of it, why should he? The half million had been paid over to enable him _to marry Shirley, not to enable him to succeed in Macedonia. In spite of what he conceived to be his clear reasoning about himself and Shirley, it gave Alan an odd pang to vead the public announcement that she was to be the wife of another. "I shall get used to it I suppose they'll mnrry this year, as soon a« he gets back. Why should they wait?" There camo an intense lonping to lee Shirley, which he fought rioM»n. If he paid a formal call, oVi MJ-? W[j|fy on account of having tlinorl with h?r. she would lausrh. Hf could riot go specifically »o congratulate Shirley on her He could think of no colorable- tt sc'cninfi cnorinousoly difficult t/i find at; excuse for secipjj Shirley. HP spent the greater part of the nipht trying to think of one. About dawn he remembered that she always rode in the Park before hreakf.ist. ITe was waiting near the Fifth Avenue- jrate lonp; before a n v ride.r appeared. Kveiiiually ho saw her coming and, w i t h -incredible shyness, drew back. ,ffce galloped past without seeing him. But he was content. He had wanted only to see her and he had seen her. It was a f i n e morninjr of early He lingered, forjrettinpr of Shirley in the Svimmi r. t h e !\noivlt rfj;e that for him -ho was reniovrd b«yoiii1 the stars. AH t h o u g h t o f h e r h a d b e c o m e t h o N.'iffUP dream of a dream. " H u l l o , Alan!" The dream of Shirley was what- l.ercd x 'j- the. v i b r a n t r e a l i t y . She ha-l r a i n e d in her res-ties? thor- ·Shirley was! .5h* could make it ridiculous to mourn even tho loss of hc-. Her 1 appiness might bo his tragedy, b u it was impossible to think like that in her presence. On the way back to the ciub, he bad leisure to onsider her words. "We are to bo married at the end of June." Kelton was surely being very optimistic if he imagined that h! could go to Macedonia, negotiate with the government and get back within six weeks. Or was he mad enough to think that he could take Shirley with himt "Probably the only place hi Europe he knows anything about is tiie Riviera," thought Alan. "I shall ha'e to give him a hint or two this morning." He would h we to go through the business of congratulating Kelton, presumabl .·, In thi; e v e n t , some hours !nt?r, he managed t h e congratulations quite easily. Keltoti made it, easy by the effusivr-'iess of his greeting, for he had not yrt wholly lost UK- sensation of reprieve. "Thanks, t h a n k s , old man. And I say, i.-.n't it ; mazing! 1 had no idea you knev. her at all. Your name happened to crop up--1 forget how. Shr said you had always been her bust friend. When she «aid that, ^hc hai.n't the f a i n t est idea how ti u hor words were, and of course "ou woulcl not have wished me to tell hrr." Alan winced but the other did not notice it, "Quite so! No sense in telling her. She has grown up since I've been away t -taw her in the Row this morning. She looks vpry fit. By thi! way, -she told ;nr that you are vo be ma: riocl at the end of ·"certainly couldn't lake yoli r wife with you." 1 "I should t h i n k not!" oxrlaimcd Kelton, almost with indignation. "And you could hardly count on jjettinjj anything done out, there betwetsn now and the e n d of June," continued Alan. "No--probably not," said Kelton thoughtfully. "It would be a week or two before I could start in any case. I shall have to settle this R a n d o n libel business. By-.Ihe way, we've had n reply t h i a m o r n - ing. He's taken it all bark," "Of course. He h a d n ' t a lep to stand on," aaid Alnn and waited p o i n t e d l y . " N o w to get back to this question of Macedonia---" begun K e l - t o n , and stopped there. "Yes?" prompted Alnn. "I must consult Shirley about it. I--I hadn't t h o u g h t of it quite in that light I'm afraid I've begun by rather fooling with it, but durin · · · · - · · · I rbtTes Is only eight tn HSR, I'll be ( h e r e not much behind him," I flicked np my. H t U o dinghy, s l u t i p f t into f h e light-green water, at J pullefl ! out. i wns getting tip anchoi when It occurred to mo to look and .ee wha't j t'anshaw might be abotit. IVIuit T ', saw pUMled me. He had gc: his P I I - j glne golns, but not thrown In til* clutch. Th'S l a u n c h was d -Jftlng 'a l i t t l e w i t h the tide, but no tart hid boon made. 1 hoisted sail, and gW u n d e r war. / / Rors d'oeuvre as a, Second Course on Cold Evenings Wheri I h p w i r Jib nnd mainsail,] i f a i r l y , I gave U h a d I n l d lands nn ml we xver r u n n i n g sheet a l i rn r o u n d J U n c . " "Yes. B r e n n a w a v " I ' r e u y q u i c k work, eh, But t h e r e was no sense in our 1 anging a b o u t . W? both agreed about t h a t . For one thing, 1 .U n't m i n d t e l l i n g y o u - - , ousrhb-ed. She ;Cnswerr-d each 'hat Mrs. 8 b i e y is none too . of-iti b o d y so that the two Phased of thi m seorned a single creation of s-himinerinj; h;rht. Shirley, radi- a n t with physical, vital young wo- nmnboorl, was not of the stuff thai di'cani; arc made' of. Never before had h; seen her no insolently--so physically alive--as at that morn c-nt. "Congratulations!" he pxclalmcd. "Hut I expect you're sick of hearinc: th-it by now." It was ciuito cdsy to ?/rak tike that vnth Shirley w h i r l i n g r o u n d , t r y i n g vainly to keep her horse still, enjoying its restlessness. "Thanks awfully--you arc* e sport. We are going to be married at the end of Juno, f'na sorry t h i - r e ' s no h o l d i n g Daphne this m o r n i n g , ('owe nnii see me soon." was away. A l a n stared had other ideas for Shirley a n d , o " course, 1 arn nothing. She wa- very charming but after her. How splendidly sane, It presents u-o many risks, You "And--" he went on--"I'm none top sure about the resignation. Mind you, Br 'nnaway, 1 like her the better for taking that attitude. But as Shirley t mind ia juite made u p -- w e l l -- th* sooner we am mnr- rierl the \cs", i n k t h e r e i- of h a v m j j to p u t y u p %vit i t h e i n g e n u i t y of a matrh-niakmp a u n t i e . " A l a n nodcli d, waiting for the other. "What about Macedonia?" Kelt on shif'ed in his chair. "Yes. I've been thinking about that. What snrt of a hole is it?" "Pretty rou ch," answered Alan. " A n d -n the . u i n m n r time nt any rate no place at all for a w o m a n . u r i n p the last forty-eight hours -don t know-- it's been very tiiTCi- cult to concentrate my attention on any thins;. Jt seems absurd -but in a way--I fool moro upset than I was two days ago. It takes some realizing, you know." A l a n felt yaguely that he had been brusnue. "I -wouldn't worry about it, if I were you," he said more gently. "1 can understand that you are feeling a bit shaken. Wo'll talk about it again in a day or two. Since 1 saw you last, 1'vo done « bit of f e r r e t i n g , and I'm more than ever c o n v i n c e d t h a t , it 1.3 n Jonff way from hc-inR 'the wild cat scheme you t h o u g h t it. In fart in ninny respects il'a n o t as wild as the jr. b J \ven( to in Mexico. J K e l t o n brightened considerably ' Way we leave it. then, that I talk K over with Shirley and come, and look you up when I've crot our plans fixed?" Alj.n agreed, [{e moved towards the poor, but K e l t o n intercepted him. ' " "Rrrnmiway. there's just ,,,· thing I--I hardly like to :isk -- it darned check on my part, but i view of what you have been to i and v?nat you are to me--will v be my best man?" . Alun stiffened. ,"V^ ' ikf ; to Vej 7 much, but T'ns afraH T'ci be a failure, r Ollf 'i i n mt you f u i I m a . r,, irk at anything ceremonious. ntr i f ° r a *, ki »£ me but--lot ma o f t . old man." As he l o f t t ), n o f f i c e he rc:r nd . fid hims-ir acr,.ii, that ho had p u t up tJ.e mont-j fW no other p u r pose t h a n thai K e l t o n s h o u l d m a r r y Shirley. What, t h e n , wa, there to be i r r i t a b l e a b o u t " heaicc- T-r k th ' at fol!owvi '' A! TM ton. The case «f*ainst'.K,indon wri' called almost at once. The plaintiff withdrew from the action without ;.aiming damages, a f t e r the defendant's counsel had made a speech of groveling apolosv. uie a i a c r t i o n i f i n e n t e r p r i s e slipped i n t o the background of A U n ' « m i n d , or rather wsvs f o r c i b l y thrust then by U lc words of a distinguished n e r v e peciah'st. "There's nothing f u n d a m e n t a l l y wrong with you. You're simply sufft-nng f r o m nervous d e b i l i t y , l ou ve been overstraining you/ powers for several years. You want at least thrcis months of complete laziness. O o be c c m t i h u n d t o m o r r o w . ) Oir-7'laHt nj, nr t'j'j Vlrfcert, IiitribuE*tf b* K hie K»«tur*« fttmUfilk Iniv its cleat, and loowpd hark. Ti e l a u n c h , now u n d e r way.fwa.a bpglnni ig to eat up space ns it ''wasi s a l d ' s h i ate up fuel. "Put on ns much speed as -ou like," I t h o u g h t , wntchlng her. "I ! do it-- w i t h this w i n d -- I n forty rnii nles, and t h a t ' s good enough." Npve theless I cmild riot feel q u i t " e a s y ; t seemed j tr me t h a i K n n s h a w wns JUF th» sort | f! m a t i to '{pop Ji cnrrt tip 1 Is slpovp. i v "Whtit eard conk! ha h t n e ? " I n r - j gnerl w i t h myncli". "f ''an my enough j · a n d I w i l l - - i o p u t n dozen weddings o f f ; nnd CIVR p u t n f f ~ o n 3 let me linvo time--" I stopped, seized the t Her, nnd snatched the boat over, "Gosh," I said to myself. "la thnt roiir card, my mati?" Fo · he h a d t u r n e d tho l a u n c h , and wa i heading h e r - - - t h i r t y mites a n h o n i --straight for me. All 1 had henrrf of Sir Richard'* d n r ' n g ns an a i r m a n , in (lie wn.r, went w r i n g t h r o u g h my head, ills fierce a t t a c k -- h i s famous stunts. . . T r u l y he wns stunting now. He might, probably would, cut my bo it In two, r.nd spill me In a thtirk-ha inteil sen, seven and a h n i f mllCH from the mainland, lie rafght merely \i reck himself In the a t t e m p t . A; .rhow, IIP m e a n t to t r y . That wns Kanshinv. And, I s w e a r , even :is t s a w titm drh'p r i g h t d o w n on me, I f o u n d t me, somehow, tn t h l n f c . "G--d, K l c i a r d F a n - Fb-iu-, If you Tvf-rrn't the ) Iggsst v l l l l n n unhung, what friend . we two could hayp been I" In the. sam» moment, I h d reached for thi sporting rlf\e that ny loaded 1n its clip beside the deck! ouse, flung It tn ray shmilder, and *ho him dead. I7fl fell from Ihe wheel of the I n u n e b , rlpht ' dovrn I n t o black Hue water, p a n b and wss Rone. Tho Isunch. released f r im control, w e n t ahead f u r i o u s l y . 1 stayed a m i n u t e w a t c h i n g I t ; w o n d e r ng w h e t h e r . It would get to t h e t n a l n l i nd w i t h o u t ] h i t t i n g a n y t h i n g , und v hti would be; t h o u g h t of U s i t r r h a l . cinfi y. If It did ! h n d l i t t l e thought of my elf, though I wns v a g u e l y aware t h a t ny own l i f e ! might some day be f o r f e i t to pay for i t h e l i f e ! h a d t h a t m i n u t e spilled I n t o 1 { HIP I'arifir or-cnri. I t d! . not sei'tn j ; to m a t t e r v e r y m u c h . .Nut Ing seemed j t o m a t t e r , For nov t und r.«tood t h a t I K i l l i n c d u r i n g tlu red yi irn of \ t n r had tint bren tho '-anie a' this t d l l l i ) £ now. 1 !»t myself for t i e first t i m e , In my da.vs, blood guilty. . I The man hnd tried to n n me down. j Yes--but I had not even r tteropted to : ' escape., to m a n e u v e r out if his wny. ITK much common aenseour' 1 hqatera changed the order of courses at her dinner on a froary ntght. Instead of Bitting; down to a firart course of chilly oyaters on » bed of Jo*, she reversed tho custom. Hot soup rarne flrrt, and then followed tho oyntur r,ocktn.ll--Bll Uic mora en.ioyn,tal« bocauso ono was corn- by hot coup. ma,ny cook.i h o t h in home ».ncl p u b l i c places, have n. routine a.boijt hora d'ooiivr«,l and they cilng to it as steadfastly a.a thougrh j i t were -j Inw. But tho fact i», no r coursB r o It. Too swset f o - on« thlng- --deatroylDjr inetoad of sttrnulaUriji appetite. Tl By c Home Kitchen ALICE LYNN BARRY foods to a«JtJ flavor, or may b« cooked «'ho!« tan/I uaod as a smrnish for such portion. If the dinner consists of \ifht ro«".te, tho horn d'onuvre nvi)' wcl! be a more jnjbofa.nUn! dinh. Llkfl « oh««Bn ooufflo,' »ffv*d In individual ramekins or a hut patty EHlPd jothor word horn d'oouvro m«»n,ii literally acrenethins beyon'l or outaUl* tho main Jlsh--(ui acceeeory, tnerefir an ftVp«Ui»r. Thwro/terf It should reaJljj Biimula.19 '(tppetl e, not bis rnonofanou*, nor ishouW Jt b« too alaborate. The horn d o«ivr« n f i r v e r t j a creamed n\!xtuie of ptth«r crab- In somo of l h » French or nuas!ii'"'| meat, flakiyl f l n h , m\i!»hrponia anrj rosUnro-ntn a r « ovarwhelrnlnirly ff, , se(fslalle«, or w h a t n « r you hnppwi ei-oiiw- and »urVKU!Bed o n l v hy Ihe ftt- [ to bs.v«- CTI hand thru enn be croejnM. mous Swedish "smorectbord" --ron- · A da.ih of c u r l y for flavor wlit m*k« .listing: of tltarally a donn or more e v e n a ver-y common vegetAbV dfll- t e m p t i n g disihas--fish. ch»e»*, jellied' rate enotijfh for mn appetizer. f o o d H . j O-«imed clams or a few permits so much lat. - ' |' u " r "~~";il!»' C-yonrf c«psc iy. tude The vorloty of hora d'oeuvre " \x i n f i n i t e , --fish, realH. chfjese--whatever you have the Irchox "or on the pn,nti*v shelves If It's only a small a m o u n t , It can wittily he padded wtth gomaUiInR e.lai --mayonnalae, anchovy paste, brpaei- cruiTibn Xo OXPUKP svhsi'pvnr fcr mtjtiotony In t h ^ hors d ' o f u v r c -- n r - t nvfti) e^'onorriy. Tor i t ' a it errand wa *' to \isfi up I p f i - o v o r H , n n d oflnn »t!rl,- bJ p | caBr . rt - vVhlch Jf It woro to thfl i ilwn Is rnaliv moro i»xp«nsr»v«. T^in i n f l e x l b l n rule nb h n v l n g f r u i t r u p ur Krap*frutt ni a !iral course Inn't npreRsmrily the most economical. In fact, fruit cup aa a. oystern in » p« f ty shell maks a d»- t i K h t f u l first course. Thou thero are som* of th* plitin v»Kotu.ble» (.hat ca.n b« served s* where the appotlte la e.Ttet!ntv« this hors d'oeuvre, either hot or raid, de- may all on very well, but !t IB too pending rm the weather. On n very much for the average Individual In ' cold nlg-ht a hot ftmt course do« not later'followed by a -egtilar dines, broad, c* n e r i Perhapn In very c ld climate* our fountry. seem rnoro attractive. Artlchokeu, The safe srulde to t h ! b«ot hors | or u fmv s t n l k s of broccoli, mouldod' cj'oouvrc for the nMt"a;-e tob!« tff. carrntK a.nd fjnas. ara a f«w of th« vnjf»ljiblcH t b a t oan b« served hot irlth ;i hoi acid aauc« -- Jike Hoi- Inn dnts. nr ineltcxJ butter mixed with portiotis. b u t p l e n t -- of variety A cnnfip'--merflv roun Ifi of brwi/i toastfd 'may he nnrvod rold with a spread tit any kitnl of 5h ipfwtl m«af, f l i h . CKC" f *r, it may b« ncrve1 hot. by mixing irith a thtck cream naucn any bits of meat, flnh or veg-eta-blea. A tow cooked muarhrooirvs may bo bom d'oouvro has rnurb to bo sale) I cut tn dice 3Jid mixed with othor hot lemon juice and It may be prejudice -- and ws nJJ h a v e Mom"-- hut iwtot'i )lk» fruit cup, or grapefruit seem to belong at the. end of n meal, not at the beginning: as hors d'oeuvre. Five Minutes to Wait! ]uxt mough tirer for r concfinrrnrfd rri-.-itmcnt perfected hy Hrlcn.i Rubinstein, Jtisr cncxigh timr 10 whistc the weariness from yotir fare nntl lift the ageing shadows from your cy«. Five minutes -- snd at t h e rnd of ir - a clrar skin, bright eyes --re- ncu'ed youth-- -and lovi-hncsj. Cleamc with V.i!:uc Cleansing nnd Massage Cream -- a featherweight cleanser that soothes and softens the skin. .75, 1.25 Tone with Viihuc Extrtiit-- a mildly stimulating tonic, that jimoorhs away fine lines and refreshes tircJ, aching cy«a. 2.5O I J U l ( J iM W, Diet and Health. err uiuj HUNT PCTERS M.o, AUTHOR or'oitT AND HEALTH" AHP cxtf FOR CHILDREN ;]"~\K -"-^ Slcrpini sn. \ R DOCTOR.: I am in c°oc! health, but J ari always BO very ileepy. I cannot alt down to read or sew without falling asleep in a few minutes. It just l a k e w tho life out 5£S nt me. I arn 132 · ears old, 6 feet " I n c h e s tall, ami weigh 145 io»ni3. W b a t · :an 1 do to over' ome my trou- olo? MRS. H." such i.*s you p x p e r i - ncc, Mrs. H., ·nay be due to s. _-.--___-- 'onn of toxemia , I.ulu I t u n i ^ ( w h i c h really Prtcrs. M. 1 means poison in Mio blood). Those who aro overwels'it very frequently find they are sleepy most of tho time. Tho polton In tho blood In these patients part!,' comes from the super-saturation w i t h food products and tile stagnation due to lack of physical exercise. I t may be possible tbat if you reduce your weight you will loan your s y m p oms entirely. Of course, I sugEent you have a physical c h e c k - u p to sec If ttierc Is any other cause for your trouble. # * * "Dear Donor: .Somo timo afro I read an nelvertiseni' nt of a pump for developing th« brca.sts, and I sent lor one. It Is K U I posed to bo used dally, and is c l a m u d to bo perfectly harmless ami ;two sure results. IB this t r u " ? What a a good way to develop the breasts ' MRS. O." physloloiric stimulus to produce milk. The only way !o dfjM-lop the breast. is to d e v e l o p the eln?,*t. and trunk muscles so there is a betler postur» and Die chest Is held In ths right position; and if underweight, to put on some fat, at share of which will go to the breasts, While BpeakliiE of tho breasts. I I hnd s h o t h i m ; not b e c i u a n hn vraf= I t c - l u n t e e r o d th-cir v e r u i w , not ,i n 01- t r y i n g to r u m m.y r n l i n r , :iut bpcausc ( : i « i n i , i l spr-akci.-. o n l y , but ur, .H tn.il tin « n , ort h i s - ^ n y to m n r r y J'i?. [ iPflfOm* tn n e s s l . a i t r i e r . TO HZ C O N T l N t 2 'Pt rleterrnlneiT, n ^ eve 1 oni* linil been In t h e t r e n e l i e t , not to j.;h e In SHEEP'S GOLD by Beatrice Grimshaw Illustrations by Irtvin Myen 1 t r y e t h e r . Therr STOS m.v c t i l l o r , t i d e ; t l i e r c , lotitr a n d I ig on Clio t i d e n n d s l i m , w a s w h o d i d n ' t ciunt a t i n or I wo of beii/.tne, ssiit-n lie l i n i i - C'opyrlsrht by Hughes Mnaslo Co. THE OLD HOME TOWN FIVHH;MV lind seen nfp, he enme xrrott t i ) floor in a t o t ' u l e of strides, j fliid iiske'l me. w i t h p r o f a n e n d d i t l y n a , I w h a t on ' f i r t h I m i g h t be doing l h » r p V | I c o u l d h a r d l y answer him at f i r s t ; j n n \ r t . t i l l H i n t m o m e n t , hurt !t. oc- ' I ' l i i r e d i n me t h a t , however well lie i \ s a s k n o w n to mo, I was, tn far, |iiite - u n k n o w n to him. rxr-cjit by repute, I answered him briefly. "I did not know anyone had the i pldcp. I got In late, nnd camped." i "The h--1 you did," nnswered Fan- filiaw roiiRhl.r. "Don't you know yon have to set leave to land 2" "There wns n squall coming." "Squall be hanged. You'd better elenr our of this, and be t h a n k f u l if I don't icport you." I m i g h t h a % e gone--knowing myself to be In the wrong, nnd not wishing to enlighten Knnshaw more tlmn was necessar- about myself--1 might h a v e KOIIP, «n 1 cluiiiscil t h f conrsp of four livos t h a t d a y -- h a d not tho merest t r l t l a hv t-rvontMl. N o t h i n g on oiinli but n cushion. Sir UU'lmrd imd been r n r r y l n t ; it, wrapped u p I n p n j s p r ; w h i l e In WIIK m i k i n g to i»V, he l a l i l It d o w n on « tnhlc, and tlu pnper, bi ins in.Mriieiently fiihtencil, h u r s t open 1 (-iiw Ihe tliinj;. a p r e t t y t r i f l e of v. I n t o s: t i n n m l e i n h r o l i l i T c M l flowers, rr.\ln^ " W e d d i n g 1'resent' 1 in p\ pry s t i t c h and t h r e a d . I «;nr somebody's i-nnl f n * t f i K ' ( l ( o I t A n d I m i n e d i n t e l . v 1 | v n"\\ , \ h : i t It wn 1 -; for w h o m I t had went o n , ' t h n t I nui 1'lilllp A n i n r y . " ,N'mv he t u n e d s o i r l e t ; the curious, honpy-coloivd eyes lln.shp'l Tes'ent moons of « b i t · a b u s e and below, l i k e t h e \s cK of n a n g p n m s horse. "It seprn«," lie said, r e s t r a i n i n g lilni- *p\t, " L h n t ! owe yon n tt'ont dual of K i n d l y IHUM-HSU In w h a t 1 lind sni «cre m.v uffai.s." I.let tho gib-; pass. I had one only In my m i n d , «nd, l i k e a charging b u l l , t drove I ' t r u i g h t for It. "Where Is Miss L a u r i e r ? " I asked I % d i d n ' t expect him t n answer, but ho j b o u g h t her n replied at onc m , coolly. "About f o r t y - f i v e miles out at sea j pcnpd lo be In n hnrr.r. 8 I on today's Moi inda." | j'jj, divciS'!. tmiitorj' F J i "She has co-ae back to marry you?" [«j "Kxactly." »} "You're Oilng op thla place for M her?" lie did not reply to that; ho looked nt me, w a t c h f u l l y , as one boxer eyes another tn t h ring. "Well, I w n n t to tell you," T said, "that you w o n ' t marry her--us long a« I I'm nliove ground." j A g a i n lie wan a l t e n f . A g a i n t i charged l i k e ,i b u l l ; but t h U t i m e . It t ^vas ns a bull c h a r g e s , f r a n t i c a l l y nnd uselessly, urn n t t M 1 b.irriiM' a b o u t Lin; I i in« i "\ ou WITH the man who got inva.r f r o m lota 1st ind. You're an escaped leper." He just laughed n l i t t l e ; seemed to bo wniting for rne to have dnne. I nnd not a n t i c i p a t e d thla. He Just stood there, not a d m i t t i n g , not denying. If I vfis strong, hr, with his weight of a-lded vp;irg nnd honors, his money, nnd his celebrity, to bncK: him up, was iilronger. I could feel all t h a t -- u s he meant that I should feel It--almost vl ilbly upholding and supporting him, as we stood there In the windy q u n r n n t l n e bonne, with the seabirds crying on Ihe sands outside; Fanshasv and I--"one a n d one, with a shadowy thi id"--the etcrniil triangle Hit n g n l n . F u n s h f t w w us o n i l r e l y self-possessed. Ho wnited t i n it seemed clear t h a t I h;id done, n t ' d then spoke. " Y o u r bont Is outstrip. You can get n w n y ns r j u l n ns you lil;t." "If 1 do." T w a r n e d h i m , "I'll sail s t r a i g h t let i'or£ nnd stop .iotir d -- d PENN'A PUBLISHED FIRST TO ARRANGE JOURNALISE COURSE i^ '.'omniit In i. in w o t U i n g n e w r.panor- men ; i l f - u i s i k e .in , u l i \ ^ p r ir! in t h e ' « u p e r v i t . l o i i if i h c « l p i i a r l t n e n i . i l i ' f'enn H l a l o I f . i i l i i ' i - i-.-iitl, -\vftli t h e r e - j s u i t t h a t t h e le-ii;ir(in-e'il, aHlioiis;l j le-ps 1h5ii a v i ' i i r old, has Ki'udunles on I Ihe s t a f f s ol "raoii: I l i i i n a f!r/,cn of t h e l a i ;:(',«,( dailio.-; in the S t t i l e , as well ' t i p u i i t h o f i t a f f . - of s m a ' l e r t a i h r f i , \ \ 1 1 , 1 , 1 \ \ i s r o R r , h l i i H l i e i l i d ' t o " « i - H I Jen 21 It it- only ritiins;," the P-e-nn State 1 Two i man s n i d , "tlial tho d e p a r t m e n t of pi blisibora of j o u r n a l i s m nt I ho State College Hhould m o v e m e n t o f , I v j u i i i n o « - . p ipcr.- heard t h e i r bo t h e pionor-r in the m o v e m e n t , | p a r t in p ^ l a b l i - i l i i n ^ i le m r t m e i i t o C j u n i l i n g t h e pi (if-e-: sion of jmmuilir.m r'oc'u ' Joimi.iliMii at I ' e n u . - i v i s . i n 'i K t a t c ' o i - 1 w i t h itii in " I n n l i o n , for oin; of t ) u \ I d o n ' t believe ? ny doctor would n d v i s e a n y f o r t o f i l a n f p u l a t l o n , n / l ! i a p u m p or any o t h » r device, for des o l o r n n s r the breas's, Nfr? O. In the Rrst plni-", t h e r e Is always thft I'osa'bility of I arm, because t h e hrenat tissue us susi eptible to ranccr- oijs chances, espec: ally a f t e r the age o' 40, and If then svpre a n y Intent poKslbillty of this d mae, the rnanip- ulatlon would stimulate, it. We don't know e v e r y t h i n g ibout cancer, by any means, hut s - e do know that chronic I r r i t a t i o n i 3 a factor In pro- duclns it. In t h i second place, I don't bellevo t h e s j mechanlcaJ de- vlcas would accomplish ttis result Oe- aired, because the breast in glandular tissue, not muacli tissup. and lic- vRlon« » f i a r Ynnt r i t v only by the will spealc of another bugbear to women, and that ia the sagging, or pendulous breasts. The chief conse of t h i s more or less deformity la an over-accumulation of fat. causing: them to become so heavy, they have to eaj?. M a n y attribute tha sagging to nursinr, but this IB rot true, although, of course, breasts engorged w i t h milk, plus excess fat, will sag the quicker. A f t e r the breast skin has stretched, It seldom recovers Its toir, BO thft chief th!r;s: tn do for sagelng' broafstfl n to prcM?nt t h e i r occurrence by t h o prevention of overweight and the wearing of an uplift brassier", especially iJuringr nursing. When tho "boyish" form wa,s tho style, th« bi assiers dcsisrned to igrlvo that effect did hHfi spoil many breasts. The only thing t h a t can be don* for sagging breasts aftir they have formed, that I k n o w of, is the surgical removal of the excess stretched skin nnd replanting; of the breaat tia- BUO In Its proper place. This Is now done by qualified plastic surgrnons. For those who are interested, we havo an article on the Atonic Abdominal Wall, which gives exercises lo correct posture, and a pamphlet on Reducing and Gaining "Weight, Sea column rules. Il . . . Mrc. !'·'. -- Your questions on thn change of life (menopause) are an- Bw«r-d in our p a m p h l e t on the Hy- of Women. See column rules. Editor'* 7\ote; dlapnose nor gl ]).-. Peters cannot ; personal advlc«. V n u r questions, if of general Intcrasf, r.'tll be answered In tho c o l u m n In t h e i r t u r n . Requests for articles or pamphlets on h a n d must be accompanied by a fully sclf-adriresseil stamped envelope, plus the. folloxvlnET charge to help cover cost of printing: and handling: for each article wanted, two cents In coin; for each pamphlet ten cents in coin. The pamphlets are Reducing and Gaining, Hygiene at Women, Kidney aii'i Bladder Dlsnrdrrx. Address Dr. Peters, In care of this paper. Write , and not over 200 words. by I ' of. F r a n k l i n i n u r i . u i i ; I n t h e o p e n i n g c--livenlion of I I s n p w tn be l i t e | I l i i n i u - r I In for n t h n u s t i n d J M ' s i o u of miles--a spc-pd I n u n c h c f t j n b l c of do- i t h e P e n n s y l v a n i a Nesv-Hpa icr Publishing t h i r t y miles an hour, \ \ h l c b hud U l n for some good u h l l p In fi/rt. u n - ?a!etible, becatis' 1 she simply n l e fuel. MS' A s s o c i a t i o n . is i h c li: f t t t i m e t h a i nows- i i p o - r m e u , no' on a e o l l e i e n l a f f , h a v e 1 k n e w who f i n d i i i rango-d a c o l l e p e j o u r i a l i s m c u r r i - ol'fortr! rccordrvl t o i n c l u d e suijh cours'-rs in collego curricula i s 1 to be foil IK! nt thie Uietltutlon. In ( 1857, before- the first etudont lial been , n d m H I c d , Uie Hoard o f Trttstoefl i u j o u i . l i n i i i K the cmlb and purposes of l h r | i i i B t r u c t l o u in K n g l w l i , t.pecifietl ' w r i t - ! DRY LAW UPHKLD BY SUPREME COURT IN MANY DECISIONS l!y U n i t e ' Frcss. c t i l u m , " Prof I t , i n n e r t o i them. "This i? the f i r M i n r i l a i u ' C w b c f editors o f j Leu's propoHiil i Kre.it c i t y d a i l l f - a n d j n b l i f i h e r s of | com I n g fcr Ihe p re PIS' .is one of the m a j o r ' \\-.\a I HN'OTOX, J a n . 21 - Tin; K u - d t i o u a l track nt an p s t i m ; i t ( . .Mar.\ l a n d HaiiroatJ, the Balllmoro ft Uliio l\.j!lrcid introduced testimony tc slwiv tli.it thp. present lino of. the Hal- timo ,t Ohio between Cumborland and C o u n p l l s v i l l e lias n e a r l y rcncbed the point of t r a f f i c saturation, ami liuit u n l c t f i otljcr r e l i e f can bo uht.iincd il may bo nocciifiary to c o t i h t r u c i HU a^|. ,,maller l a i l i e r f h a v o | objectivor-. This a n t e d a t e s Oencral · p r e l n C o u r t it) lbe lo } c a r s bin ,, e t i l o [ O f a b o u t 515,000,000. w h i c h o u t l a y fo slve n e w s p a p e r ( Volstead Act w e n t i t i t o effort has u p - j would be largely o b v i a t e d if tho IIIT of t h e dry j of the Western M a r y l a n d between 1h" sioufi have r-ame p o i n t s c o u l d be ojierated in c-o o r d i n a t i o n « i t l i t h o t of t h e U a l t i i n o n Ohio. .·our.s P s HI W a s h i n g t o n I ' n i v e r s l t y b y ( , , H 1 J]ca ,. ly eyery . _, b . la(} o , nor,. I h , i n 12 years." \ li^. Some, of t h e s e dee Is: Stanley "Just ns j 'Hi -lion«;e," br said. Hf tool: the v. die- i u s h i n n out of Us paper, {·mon heil i t . l a i i l I t l a n - f t i l l v been lut-nidcd And the world, for one ! "" Uu ' tla '' 1 f '""' i r I||P r r p l i n g t i s t n t i t , vanished behind veils ' ( n a l r -": sf ' 1 l o w n *"»"' s"iall of red. IIP h n d I n hla [ocUct« n n d w a l k e d I oarre out of t h n t moment's mad- j c u t of l l l p h ' u s r - " p t l i d not s c ' m "' be p a y i n g (i i v a t t e n t i o n u t all to me. One used to fipht In tlu gre.'it war, sonietlnien. s lieu one was almost three | parts nslecp . d r u n l i w i t h t h e w a n t o f ! rest. Ion? i n t i n u e d , w i t h the never- i relaxing stt iln. So I f o u g h t then, I driiu k, d r u g g e d by I-'nnshaw's pnoriuous ,'ilS. siijjertnr mental force ness ciilti and cold, as once or twlc-e. in the v a r , ! had leimd m?self, 1-^fore t*j^ dnliig of some deed t h a t brought a iiu'dn' a f t e r it. "Vim n r o Sir f t f c h . t r d Fnnslinw." ! mated. He looUod at me c u r i o u J l v ; 1 thought he was beg'tinlng to VUPSI. . ,."J.t .Ji aJLJatoreat j?Du..to HET5 MOTHER -HAD A VOICE"- I RECAL I T VERY WELL. WHEN ~mEY HAD A DAireY_ SHE I N THE EVERY (3IRLS HAVE A LITHE L U C K MARTHA OUST PHONEC3, / I THINK SH ; /)NWE:RITKD i * PATH Etc v' sic= - \ THERE NMER E A 'six \JN HIS F SHED BE LATE AND To TH1MK OF FRIDAY A -TERNOOM- MRS OSWALD PIPER RAM THP.C USH SOME OF HI~K FAVORITE SELECTIONS \Am\LE ON "^THE ANVIL. CHORUS TAKEN FOR THAN "THAT'-'. settled the- followinj: t.--Tho tSth A m e n d m e n t was legally adopted by two-thirds of the members oC Congress p resell", when Ihe vof-o was taken, assuming presenco oC ;i quorum. 2.--CougresJ' d e f i n i t i o n of jnloxl- c a t i n g l i c j u o r ;is t h n t c o n t a i n i n g moro t h a n one-half, of o n ' per cent of alcohol wn« valid 3 . -- " A p p r o p r i a t e c-gislation" mns.ns legitlatioii to make (.he a m e n d m e n t c o m p l e t e l y olfe-ctive ·!.--Tho Vnlstead oc; did not n u l l i f y 0.--He-arch of ;i .JwollitiK--but not t h a t of a buf-lness b u i l d i n g - b y .VeI- oral aRonlfi w i l l i y n t a w a r r a n t way illegal. C.--Wire (Dipping to pel e-\ldeiice was lej;al. 7.--Tho aci prolii l i l i n g beer ;i6 mod- ieine- is logal uul l i m i t n l i m i of w h i s k y lor m e d i c i n a l p u r p o s e s in lef;;il. S. - A K c d e i M l p i ' ' h i bit ion n f f i c e r c a n b o prouei ute'l i t n d f i 1 t h e V o l h t e a d a c t ! tor t a i l u r e to ropoi t v i o l a t i o n s . ! !).- ,\PV, Vorx i , t a l o polico coulrl n o t , seize l i s i u o r w i t h o u Federal w f r o m a u t o - , for ii'-r in I-'edevtil i 111 i o n ; . j ^taBoiMBnwoi l u --A f o i ' e i a n e r '.in be o o t n i i ' t i - 0 of i , '.. c o i l ' l i i i i i r ; lo v i o l a e t h e ' Vu!» tu.uJ Act v s i i b ' . i i l e v i l 1 h u v i n ; been i n t h e U n i l - · ! StaU"; 11.-' Hoot!f'Ki.H'ii- i n i i - 1 j/,iy im uiii'' tas'j-i on ilte'j;:ii c. urn. 1L!. A l i r h t o f f e i ve V ' i h - t ^ . u l \ ; o l a so;- may Iv jirc^ec'i tod b.v i n t o r u i a t i o n ', i n - ' l e a d of R i ' i i n d j i r y i i n i i L - t m c n t . ] I,'! - I'i u e c u t u i n u i i ' J f r a .state l i - ' Looking for Bargains ? If so, read tho advertiS'his of. Tho Daily Courier. FOR SALE n. c, nticji COM; UOMI'A£« 'FKOPEIITY lv.'vciueat ilousea Homo Sites Factory Sites Farm Lands Used aiachiuery, Slioi) Tools, Uulldlug uad Mine Supplies Much ut the property tor solo It advantageously located with re- to water fiA eicctrlo yO\Yor s, raiirosd aldluga auU pay- Kor I'KlJ i u f o r r n a t l o n in regard to pru-es aud KM-UJH, apply to Super- mteudeat ol uearedt Mlu« or Scott- JUo Otllca. II. U. i'rick Coke Companj, Scottdule, 1 i|iiov l a w \\ :i~ not n t o Federal V o l s t e a d p i i , ' j o u i ; i i i f o r t h e m m " a r l . TRAFFIC SATURATION i B. 0. CONNELLSVILLE ! CUMBERLAND IS NEARING A t I ho r i H O - n t u r a i im; luMovi 4 t h e I n t o t s U i l o Co mine ro C'jiiiiiiii.cjion o n ! tht; disBOtidl of st jck o£ the Western bob run lump. coking coal, of m i n e and (·as foal, Luiitp aud !N'iit Size. Coke, N u t and Largo Sizes Consolidated Coal Supply Co. Yards on IK O. jind r. u. K. Phones I TOO nutl 15.

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