The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 17, 1930 · Page 9
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February 17, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

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MONDAY, F U B R U A K Y 17, 1930. THi'] DAILY C O U R I E R . CONNKLUjVILLI , FA, L BY ROY VICKERS I XXXI 1C N DtTE eowrse Shirtej hirr »ajr to tiic hand. -»-JU,attrois, worted i then official in who hn.d pc"$HC.-ed to slate h*r poaiUoa very fully, to and wvi disappointed when the Ccjunmaicmer t-horiK's^hry agreed everything abe srud and prom- that the matter of sending tr-cpi :rto the interior shook! tore h.ii immediate attention, she woulil leave her addrests. would wtiie to hcfT a* soon aa be tad miuli; the nec'swary arrangements wrlth the military aulhori- ti*a. She fourul it hard to conceal her whil*i »hf went through ste-rwotypad formula of pro- thanka for his most sympathetic tlie She waa passing through the routing-room when h«r eye waa caught by a man whose face won vaguely familiar to her. Tho man, iost, wa» obviouaiy waiting far her I 're-nch-f-slu-ewd sort of u lama* official who h wcred j th:nk, by the lo round them: "My coiuplimi nts to Monsieur Stavrws and I -vo aid tx; She if he would call up n me tiftlitiea--and of recognition. She could not p*ct«! that he mijcht be one of the |! h « countered intact sfficiaJu whom «fae had pre- " iioo»)y interviewed, though he this afternoon at toy So thuit, thought Shirley as she entered the limousine, w -.a the mzuiner in which Monsieur IHauroia treated the moat important nan in Macedonia. And he was obviously auxious to show eveiy cow lesy to h-srself. Here was the go' d luck ahe had bean expecting to find at tJae Cotnrnlasioner's. He got in beside hnr, asking rrnestiorw about Mrs. SibJ ^y, the Westbarys whose gneat le had been, and New York in gen :nl. "It Is Impassible for you to realize the extent to which on is cut off/ 1 he explained, "On · newspapers are often two wte! 3 old-and who can bring: hhnaeli to read an old newspaper?" "Then yon most find a very rreat counter-attraction s i Macedonia," she pointed oat. "ft is a country of greet poten- what would 'Here w ·ifirtamly had not that appearance, and not wishing to give offence »h« bowed ImnMsdiateJy the man addressed her in English vrth no more than the faintest touch of a French accent. "Miss Dane -- telieve me, this is Uve greatest surprise of my tife arid the most pleasurable. .. I am humiliated became I can see in your eye* that yoa haVe forgotten me." But Sfiirley had not forgotten him. Hie voice revived memory of hi» personality, (-"or an instant she jfroped for his n.ime anil found it. "I certainly have nyt forgotten you Monsieur Br.aurow, though it must be nearly four yean since we met, at toy aunt's." "It 1» fully four yesirs. And in afl that thne I hive not left Macedonia. 1 hope llns. Sibley is well. I ahali give mys-stf the pleasure of calling upon her- without delay." "But aa« is not here," said Shirley, hesitating; an instant and then, reavemberi og; her signature in the caller'* book, r.dded: "I have been married tinea we last met, But that waa inevitable and I should hare jruessed it." "My njun* Is Brennaway now, ah« went oa. "Come and see us as soon as yoi can. We have a house in Kalamaria." Tbe Prenchr-an tanked her, called the ei«wior for her and got m hhnu«l£. "I trust my (food friend SUivroe has proved himself accomodating?" askwil Matirola.-w they descended. "He is ». swered Shirley, polite man," an- (/ but it is rather difficult to tell whether he is really taking: any r.oiic* of what one it raying to him." "They ore a ^ l like that. If you have any d i f f i c u l t y with the authorities it is possible that 1 might be of some service. I have many interests in this country and have learned something of its customs. . . . You :vs.ve a car waiting?" "We hire one from Oro-adi Mpak," she anr.vered, "and I must telephone to the garage. I sent the car back a j 1 did not know how I should Then you . must permit me, ·»aid Maarow, nodding to tlie chauf- t'.-tir in eJwrjfe of a limousine wait- nit by the cvrb. "Oh, I couid not think of it!" tattered Shir.cy. "I ca« easily wait or take a gharri. You have an appointment with the Commia- woner." "That is easily settled," said yoti?" are, I Ho got oat and as she followed him she saw Alan coming Iowa the rum, 1 should look of him." You d o n ' t like him. do "Good htuivens! I neither Hh« him nor dislike lira 1 ," answered Aliui. "To me he r just---an amiable superfluity . . . I was jut go- inj to gut a brea'-h of air bcfora lunch. Are you coming? "No thanks," answered Shirley, and went into the house. * * * "I'm off to day bo have a took at the depot at Lahana," Alan told her a couple of days later. "It's only some forty nniies up country but the roads an very bad and I shall probably b; there three or f o u r days." "What about the bandits?" she asked apprehensively. gwured. to chance itP* he an"I don't want the trouble of a police esc?rt I shan't carry mnch in the svay of money." "I wish you would take an escort," ahe pressed. "I shall be very worried until you return . . .Hadn't you better leave me some money in case you're cap- for ransom tured 7" "There he laughed. be any ransom!" "I am carying a re- went on. iron railings. She stepped forward. "Alan, wasn't it e n anming ths ( omreussiou- stepa of tha houae---irotj$rh theyvolver. As a rule tho«e won't risk a fight unless they're sura of iv teiTific prize. And to them I ffhal] be an ordinary tra- veller." Hia answer failed to satisfy her, er'e office, in the wait ing-room, I happened to meet an -ld friend." She turned to the Fren :hman. "My husband -- Morsieur Mao- As she made the i itroduction, Shirley thought that s! e saw Alan wince. It was the fit .it time she had uaed the words "n.y husband" of. him. ftlauroia refused to onae in and, after the formalities f iutrodoc- tion, left them. When the limousine: haU turacd the corner, Alan spok a. "I had the dlstinc impression that that fellow doetm t believe we are married," he s«id jerkily. "You must be WTO rig," she *«- sured him. "He has laen out here four year -- h* told i n e h» never I'ead the American pa iers -- and ha addressed me as 'Mis* Dane 1 ." , "Perhaps Bt*t mm like that have a, sort of tmcarr ty initmet in s\ich matteiB. And ie'» a pretty bat she said nothing. Gloom had settled upon her at the thought of his {Toing up-:ountty. 14 Yet he mtist have been tn that kind of drinffer lota of Mines in Mexico," ditto told herself. "And I never worried about it then." For long after he had gone, nh* sat brooding, trying to diacover what it would mean to her if Alan wore killed, each time ithrinkin? away from the question. "I'm getting morbid," «ha totd herself and went into the gwden for fresh ah, Tha cold »»BJ» had paeaed and ;he weather wa* fail- and warm as an Amarlcan Juti*. A faint brer.ze came to her from over the baj, atirring a longing to bs away frinj the city. She turned As ahe saught the BO and of a footstep bahlnd her. Sha turned and faced Waur«ia. (To B« C«ntinu«dl Tomorrow.) CwrrtalU ll». \v noj Yle*»i. DUtrttntM b» Kim V«tun Helpful Advice to Girls Fanr Sch gg 1 By ANNIE LAURIE D KAK ANNfK LAtTRIE: t have « boy-fi-iend whom I love dearly a i d he tells eves-yon* he lovea mo u n d when ho nees m« talking to other fellowa hs gt-ta Jea!ou«. I j^ at do It because ba talh.i to other girl* perhaps to make mo lealoua. He saysi he lov*» me. yut he never speaitH to me unless J sp«ak Urst. I wait for him to talk and h walM for ma, BO we pasis each otiior but don't apeak. If he happefi to be with one « his boy frlijncB he will opek. Rut he talks to oiher girle when alone. Can you tell m* why he doesn't apeak to me! Whon we have n quarrel ha t')lnkn I should make np fli-st. »c you think it la bt- cauaa h* la 8hful? ROSY cirnrKics. OSY CITKUKS Ot, your tricnA- . .mutual undeT*tan6bff, i taturaJry both you and he should ul. ta ra«mber» of the other sox. R ahlp is U continue and flotirtfih /on muirt both overcome any t«nd- beuiJifuln*iM, B« natornl. ajid ilncero when you moot »our Irle«d. F'erhap* h« !» th» mor« oa-shfu) of tbf- twe. If oo. you m«*t itartB the con v»r«atlonaJ ball rolling:. Talk to him aimt thw thing* in whltrh tte IA Interested And ba ' will noon c«a«« th«r« )* not a. T|EIA» ANNIB LAURTK: f I hava react your cotutnn Jn the ptiper every night »nd you jtvf very good 8dvlc« to ither paopla. and 1 wonder If you c mid help rao, I met a young mat and I hu.v« b*«n wttb hinn «*r«r» tltnaa. Now I citra »o» lhl« yout f man, but, UUe tb« majority nox »day«, h* U of tho nwiblns; t'pe, »nd I don't bollevo tn necklns with Ju« uny fellow J go with, I I k» to to out and have gaoA tlmiM but In there any way lefl to hnv» 'ham wlthaiu thin. In what propi r way couli) I rnnkn hlin {tnerrxi 3Jn ntf feel- wo Sb8rRwo. ONOBRTNCI: t (Jo rtah that mor hn-1 ytntr « i« «nd health}view* about miuh com net. Contlnuo to ke«p your Mmnlbl *ttit«J» anl you w«J not rsjtrot It. for intimately you wl!) i»0f!l «oni*ot a worth wh!1« who will »j*prpel»tj» yay, your vl»w» on th«mi -Mit»o to th* X'n'n* man. * i4 tf appreciative of thmnj :· «» win not r»- jl» frlornlwhlo. Precious Handful at Canine Show "Carmeniji'tu. smallest winning Chihuabua dog, own id Mrs. Walter B. Prebla, of New York. Tbe canine champ wta cxtren-ely popular with dog fanciers at ths Ztty- fourth ionua] dog of tia Kennel Club. Because she excels in scholarship, popularity and beauty, Mise Vera Smith, of Manhattan, Kan., haa been chosen queen of tho campus at the Kansas State Agricultural college at Manhattan. ¥ife Preservers ff t'vitrnre o« whiiwls or curt u i r - s m a y l. muatigieil hy hrush- iMr Bt-nliy w i l l s -a Young Rejected as N. Y. State Regent. THE OLD HOME TOWN Stanley Owen D. Young, chairman of I he Board of th« General Electric Company, who was hailed last year as a world statesman of uie first order because of Ws succasii in solving the reparation,* problem!, was rejected* ae a State HeifcnS. in both houses of the Legislature ia Cavor of George H. B»" J CryJng Sickness Mai at* Baffles A. V, Ala»nd*r, Fir»t Ixn the Admiralty, tn 5\lg opt tpeech at t^io tendon Kaval iferonao urged that k)i«; u»e of tnarines lor purpa**« of. uld bo totally aboHnhed. foHovred by Saeretary of mBon, who al»o «aUe«l upo Powera to abolish ·nbmurinei Miw Violet Mlc*a«l,. «ij.-ht«9) yesr» old, of Attleboro M»*s. hns hacn eryfwg «atistajvtjy £o more than Bixty-ftv« houn, BU! · for!He from « diaparuifmls spnen , Physicians triad In vain t/) uto hoi; and wepa forced to A i irjinti»t«ir «th«r KO that »·»« eo«! | obUun A rest f torts har bt»vn»wit | affliction. British Naval Chief Seeks Submarine Bai i I of alng 3on- » Bend of IntenaotSoioud B ink PLsrirp Jay, fwtcd N,tw Yor er and .member of the T -ansfer Committee of the Dawe Plan Bincu 1927, haa now bee . mentioned as f.oremost. candi' ate t? head jiBW International E «nk of Knparatioiui. The hnati aarters of. the hawk ar« »t Bwrie. ,' witawnv. iOBBY, LET i \ SL.ECU i WANT'TO ;;ES HOW C-L.OSE [ . C:AW. cor-v "TO t --- OTEV WAUKEI5. IS BUT KNOWJN5 QTEY AS NNEL-L AS WE DO, THE55ES METHOD IN HVS MADWeSS-^- see PAPER Fof£ FURTHE-R PETAiUS- Senate Fight Looms Over His Appointment Mill HUNT Pt{lMi,H. T AwrW^Of 'r:fl A K O MtAlTH'/XHO tt£T to it other t OS cttteld not be 'everywhere; tlwrefore, Ua meut« matfttrt. t'rcv»rh. H l l a or Hugh M. Tate, of KKOxviHe, Tenn.. Is believed to ba fairly certain of appointment to the highly Important Interstate Commoroa Coro- miaglcm, dd«plte ttie Kanota flght that appears ineTitabla. Demo- cmtio Sonatora, headetl by Senator Black of Alabama^ ,t«nd ready to oppose any Republican nomination on the grounds that the successor to a -Democrat on tho should be a Convkl's Wtfe on In Awjburn Mardor Mr». Leo I^ewia tak«B iha at»nd to testify on behaljt af hor huBbund at the trial of «lx Anbtirn PrSaon convict* for fcha murdw of Henry Sullivan. Sullivan was alao a iconvlet paitlci{J*Ung in ta» 'Dee*njber riot DOCTOU'. My fHwiKl'* I I I - U» girl. ftrc4 two ft urn. t* nvrut hunifry, nnl wticn tnral time like an Infant, anil It taken nothing to nil hor up. Ta top thl» off. tt an. other mouthful ot food I* jlven hor, bflyonrt tb«l which «ho. da- Hires, ah* R»n votnit ui «sv«ry- t h i n s f r o m oro»kfn«t on, and then ba a* ·mpty «.» B f plK«ktn, foci A llttlt "tcli. ar.d then be perfectly fln* In ten mln- utei. i?h» I* an only clilld, anrt Is given axcollcnt rnr». Her v«aretable« or« nil "tra'ncd, eta M S3 15." H · ~ T: This t* ·vlrtently ft caoo it spoiled · -;'.ilil, aniJ that vneunn that ha treatment ruttlly «hou!(! b» upp! m$ to this toother. She utiouIJ have f a m e e^od book* on child psychology und t r a i n Ing. Tb» child probably need i leu* intention In so mo linn* anf rnoro in other lines. Has nh* bear (alien n m children'^ apeelaiUt or clink: for B chock-up, to sea that t ' i c r a In no organic disorder operating ' If thcra Inn't, then, of coitno, H n ty bo poa- pible that with tiv» nicag* c dirt K!IO i« taking. »h» IB not Ketii ig enoua!i vitamins BO that hor uppel ta 1« » t m - ulatad, nnrJ not cnoujfh proif-ln or mineral clamon!.! for her g r o w t h , nt! not «noush corliohj'clrate i atnl Cuts for her enarey. At t w o yearn of aco, hni .vei;clflltles fllvii:!'? not ho «trulTi(?'1. '' T.ht foo!« nliuuli) ( « xn tanil In- iier. with no con-mif or liny r u n u t c U i t on eating lo 1 « f ; if ulie doenn't pnt, nhn nhouM be ir.kvn away from the !;ib!i a\\ not allowed t o hovo o n y t h l n y u n l i l I l i a iifvi mBul, wlmn the vninu iirornliire nhould be loHowcd, l UU ohiuiM faatlng for a flay or no won't h u i i h«r and tnny t»e vary nail hiry. Nucil- l««n to any, lha focxl uli itil'l bo a t - tractively tre[ip.rel n i n l tasty. Tho foodt. t h a t nro h sli !n V-UR- niln |), lha upp«Ht»-«llmiiiiiHnff v l t n - iwln, aliould b* offtced h r. and ihi-ti !ffi-hnp« It ivoul.t !v? well lo glv» hep concept iMted I'ltanstn n by tho 6( VlluvoM. on her coreat. fTho v i t a m i n H IB li!gli«st In toma- tofl.t, iK-unH. fred!) rabhaye. frRHh np(nn?!i, yratt, )»nst wiirjiPtu, w h p l o (jr;ihi bf?iiil» ami cercul*. ornntf* Julr.Ti, etc. Of (Toursn, I'm only trlvlng goners! Instructions, which may not Ht'p\f In any j m r t l c v i l n r ci\«a, ant] t roji«»t, the motlior »liould ink* vh» RhliJ to a r h l l ' J r m i ' n ajx«-l:\llst. \V» h8v» A list of rnoilcrn buol« on the soneritt c n r n un«i feeding of children, ft'liifh can ho oblaln«U by following column ruk'«, "Dear rioctort My babr paelllur u n j It IB rulnlnti t h o »hiip« of bin lowcv lip. I am solng tn bre«l him of tho habit. Can I corr«i-l l}« rfj»flffurcl l i p ? Hom« one hx.il »U(t- E C H t e d t t i « t t h a une of n pacifier w i t h a vpry lurr.n button, which would lirsmn ujfaliiHi t h e lower lip, would 'orr«:t l!i« trouble. Do yoit t h l t i K so? WH». 8.* Von uhntild lalie your bnby te % bnby npi-elaUst or c-llnlci. Mra. S. Yout 1 nolfehbor's m j f f u « n t l o n might help th« lower lip, but tho contlnueil minttlnii would cniife Hroator deformity of th» hard plato «rtl cricourafio the en- IhfgenKnt of l o n x l l nin! uilenold (',«- suo, no It w o u l d n ' t lie good. And It wouldn't break f h o htil)!U Tho I h l i i R (c. ha ilono In ta talto lh« pnolflor away e n t i r e l y , fiemutntiiT Hint you will h n v o ihrce or f o u r du\ n of bn))iim. W a r n your n«lBhbori", for tho hiiuy »'ill c r r l K l n l y pfoK.-M vlKnroucly. Too burl you over loriT'l tho h u l j i t on h i m . Tho m n n i i f a c t u i o of i i t u ' l t ^ D m Kr.onlil )» inohihiU'it t v/i.sli dm womcn'H i-.lulis wotil.l i.nli« U I ( I l l s |i|-ol)k'l!l. /·'(/i/or'.t ;Vo.'«; 1 r. I V I o r n r n n t i r t tltiisinnRii nor gh-o cc.riuxinl a i f v i i o . Y o u r i | i i t * K i i U M . If il toii'init intncc! 1 !, w i l l l.o MiiBXvriiv.l lei I l i a voliitr.il HI l l s w i r ( u r n , I t i M j u ^ M N f o r u r i ii'li-a t.r |iitnutl'i-''K on (nir)il mn.vt In- HI i-oiu. p n n l " . l liy u ' f u l l y *·.} ul-li'Hf"l, «l.· in I"."' e n v v l o p u . ft\n« t h e t M l l u u l t ! t ( a n i s i l l b;i |.» In l.*'i|' o . t r rml t p r l t i t l n ; ; iiml h.'UHlilni.;: tut i-« H iirfii'l« w n n t e i l . (wo coins In -oln ; ("· / l U r / n l ' r x AiJihi:M» In i':iri at ll)l.« rai»«:r. \ '"·'' ""t over '-'00 wu!t!.i. Twentieth Century ' Veniis ds Milt -l RUB 10, WOUNDED, RECOVERS This modern "Greek g-oddesa" Mile. Alild Djplapakou, who w flrot selected by her country to be "Miss Greece" at the international bessuty contest, and has now bfsa cho»en to represept all of Europo Wilder the title of "Miaa Europe." It Is fitting that Mllo. Diplapakou should harself be an Athenian, thus carrying on the traditions of tho lieautiful G«»ek gfldiiess vhi) pavo hcc: name to iho OM«* View of tho residence of Paacual Ortiz Rubio, president of Mexic«, nt Mexico City, where he is convalescing from pistol wounds received when art assailant made an attempt on his life two hours after hi* Inauguration. In^tpt i* o/ Felix Oulvan, Eablo's chauffeur, who, '.hough woundnd himself, stepped on the gas and rushed the pr«»i- d«nt to a hat pita! when the sheta were ftrcd into U»« t*r

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