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February 28, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 13

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F R I D A Y F l ' J i m r A R V liS, THF, D A I L Y C O U R I E R , C O N N H J L L b V I L vK, PA P A G E TITTTITEKN. BY ROY V I C K E C H A P T E R XI.IH. 4 t TT T wa-, f.t-y enough to say R nn and condemn you to ( l o a t h and much rn*ier to come up here ami ,|ic with you i f mccwmry, than i t a y down in the ci y and watt to hn» r that you had b f e n killed. So hern I am." Hie pipe had go ie out and he re lit It. "Devil of a ro-w these fellows m.ike t" he exclaimed. "Barbarous br'jtoa, really. They danci , some eviiunfrs, like eavngcs, only worse. . I don't think the comitadji ar^ likely to turn up for a few days, anyhow. In tJte next few days we shrvll finish '.he track up to that ridge you seo over there. That will link on to the existing truck which is in pretty good condition. We can then brinjt up ·tone from the qui mes to finish thu last twplv* miles " There was more rbout the track and she listened attentively, won- 'le'dng; why he made no allusion to Mnuroig. "Now I've been i n t o thig cormt- al)i question with the officer in el irire of the troops--n quite decent chap, thougi without a ha p'orth of loyalty to hie govern- in-nt "He is going to let me have n couple of machine jruns--and 1'vt, al uady j?ot fifty rifles and a store of ammunition fron him. My idea ift to finish up to th.it ndfce in the next few days and then get down to the city, recru t about fifty Se-bmns, who fight like wild cats anl thoroughly enjoy it, emplo them as laborers, with their rifle handy, and if the -ornitadji turn up--- well, make then darned sorry tot themselves,. A b u t twenty per cent of these labor?) «i can he made to fipht for us, and altogether we shan't make a bad -how." "Suppose you ge' killed?" she ask M. "F'reciselyi It would be p r e t t y awxwArd for you if that wore to happen, f know hov to look a f u r myielf---we hnd a bit of this sort of trouble in Mexico -- b u t there's a l w a y s the ntk That's why 1 d u n ' t want you a b o u t the place." "You might get wounded m- Btead of killed. I shall stay. I ear be of some um to you here aven if nothing happena. I saw you doing some kind of accounts at hat deok " "Look here, Shirley, let me say that I appreciate j o u r point of vie*--pretty thoroughly. At the same time. I cannot let you stay. To run this camp, especially if thetVs going to be anything in the nature of a scrap--I've got to behave in « way that j o u very hkely will consider uncivilized and brutal. Apart from the fact that you would simply be in the way and tie my hands if fiere were any trouble--I'm sorry, but you must go tomorrow." "ft's no good Alan," she laujfhed. "You won't turn me out of hare by force--' don't think you would order any of these men to touch m«." "( swear to you that if you do »ot go of your owr free will, I will take you back t» tha city by force myself," he cut in. "I mean H.. You carrv your enrrironment trft} vnn S!Kii-£»v 'T 1 .* trmi {*·'· i » » t camp, 1 d o n ' t argue, I i my revolver, if I can ctH t fore ho gets his k n i f f , an. him. I haven't killed any bo yet but I may h i i v i - to anv That will frive j o u jn idea atmoaphere of the place " "Right!" said Shirley. c^riy me off by force tin Now, let's enjoy the rest evening with amicable ro tion " Alan jrrunted. "Petros will bring ns so in a, few minuteg and then to bed," he told her. "Tht rises at four." She asked questions nbo work and he answoied i enough. All work, she ga finished at ten o'clock m th» jng, on account of the he. was resumed at four in thf nil out it he- shoot 'y here nimile of Ihc "You orrow. of tho rw tea we po camp ut the niiably hered, morn- t, nnd aft#r- "Time to ifot up Shirlpy! Breakfast in ton minutes." Shirley wai reac.y nearly as soon HO t h brei'kfast Alan waa already sitting at the table and did not gat up. Sittinp thin, in hi« shirt sleeves, his mew throat pxpoacd, he seemed to hir thu embodiment of physical manVioid. Old o u mnnai;e to sleep?" ho asked . . "Tliore's bacon but no eggb You r n n npvc r get away from bacon. I couldn't in Mexico. . . . Now. what about j our going 1 bnekT Am 1 going to 1111=1. a day's work?" "Thfire 1 ^ no need for you to do anything," she said "If you «end me away from the ramp, I shall stay in the village " "Wait till you're seen the village!" h* grunt d. "Wait till you've be^n inside one of the housoj----hullo!" .. wltli you, Shirujy. To you it's jn»t lanphable that I sho ild use force aga nst von, a silly joke Because thie IB in Europe, you think the Ijlace i* really civilized at bottom "If ft man disobeyi mo here in "Our friend* lien c come a little sooner '.him I cU-d," he noon. Kh« was intorested details of the camp and kne^ he liked explaining them to He talked on for half «r after they had finished the and she knew with n thrill of faction that whatever he my,'l de wa»- glvd to see her and ler listen to him. J'Bed!" he exclaimed Kud- 'You'll gft little more Irian hours sleep BB it is." Hi» If way back iirto the shack und nto her section of it. "1 wj sec if Pctros has managed mosquito net. . . I think 1 right," he said. "Good-night. Before she herself had fir undressing, she hoard him ?n Soon she, also was tn bed. sle 'or the first time in her life ut sheets. She was awakened by his calling to hei through the s n the · Uiat hour r t«",i satis- t s,.i, have lenly four i the w e n t nt to that _'B all whed ring ·Ping with- roift king HP brokr,. off ai a dosan shot* rang through the vaH«y, then sprang to the door, his revolver in hit) hand. "Lie down on tho floor I" he or- d t - r r r i s-haiply. "Qtick! Lie flat" S h i r l u j dropped n to the flixir ,ind lay flat n« he orlered. He htm- ·-elf was standing iti yie doorway. "Our friend? fiavj come A little sooner than I expected," he said a moment iatpr "Th.- cornitadji?" ahe aakeH brenthlassly. "Yes You can ge' np now. That was o n l y n demonstration of forca. Our fallows are Bonendorlng Host thing they could do. ' She was by his nide, unafraid, exultant that nothiig couH now prevent her from sh irmg his peri! "Whore- are they ' I can't -eo anvthmg " (cvr*«lit | IK) M Ha Vf Uttuibulut »i kl»i fmta- O f t Diet and Healtli JIU HUNT PETERS, M.D, AUrriOft Of *DltT AMD MtftLTH' AMD'OUT FOR CHILDRtN Woman Laborelte Fetes! U. S. Typists at Parley, Ileieditanj Oitru eight O N ) j of our coi K spo idents, M i s A , setirts tru 1 un n i t i d c on obesity by ft doctor, an a r t k l o that ia so absolutely wrong and j u t »f date that I ara astounded thftl ,i d o c t o r ol' his s t a n d i n f · should sponsor it I t p r o niulKate'j t h e i M idea t h a t UIMI IH an h c - r f d i t \rv o v e r- v.c|fr it. a n (I a j j a a i ' u l a i typo, i n - \ h i c l i It la u-iohi'i for tho \ K ti 11 to d i e t for ( h#' s i H) t h o l t ilio's linvo iiotli- ini; to ilo w i t h ' o n d i t i o n , a.") t i n i li l . t ' u l i m i t Pet-r*. M 1' Tl nn wa.i th( notion, lifkl i r e \ f ctjSi\ P « · i, it is not due to o- iie.iUnjr is as Uilse n 1 5 pars, tiuit niil.ii la w a s duo to had mr \ V l i l a I l i r i c 1« no d o u b t h a t tlicr-^ a i e ob -^ tit a \ s l n c h :«· on pany sland- tilat i i-tui bailees, n n d t h e t o ti no doubt t h a t o b o i i t v clot a ' i n n " In fainilii ^, i n both t.ises h p y (.an bo c n n t r o i h d n v t!io p r o p e r liiot a n d cx- « r c i s c dinUuts It N v o n t r i - l n d n u t e d ) , for tl ev n r o both 'iu\ a.i ar all obositi '». to ovcicat'nB for the needs In tlia case of tho gl mdular di^- t u i larc i. thoio is g n a t probabil- K j t t w t t h e K'' I1(Ja h-\ve become di-; of tlio wrong d l f t on th- o v e r u c i g r h t . are ili turbed, tho (tho- b n n l i i K if"l U'MIJCC of foods in the b c d v ) rtia\ b* d c i u i ! » i l to t h a t still esa food U m i d c d t h u s f o i i n i n f ; u v cioiii circle vM 1lu lame t i m e , the ' k e i j f h t CAN lo coi ti oiled, as J IUUP .,\u) b t f o i e many t'int'b. by the proper diet Tbeso K t a x d u l u c»i» i I ahunld be undci t h e c.tm of ( t j n s , for they may HIO m p d i a t i o n also, L u t i t tiiur.t be .t pi \ician who reooK" ii'f t h a i t h e diet Is the most Jinport n.t f a c t o r ni rrespot'dent Nl r t ^ i' d'"'o t i [ U K ' ! bccauno she 11 -"l f a r s !d mi I w e i g h t I ' l l p o u n d - * » n d be i n , o.'i ' h t *t her Cdif \* IIP * * h l j u v and j i o t l i u ^ ; .i»n W done n b t u t U turbed boi'atiHO which b r o u g h t a n d a f t e r t l i o v n i f t a N l i e i a t i N o w . M i s A , T «,uit. to fflve an excerpt of a l « t t o i t h a t a i n v c t h u -Kinie nuiil w i t h ^uis I t C!K i 3 ou up "Dear Doctor Pctera March 192^. may bo onlv H past d n t o to but to me it m e a n s the b e j f l r u n n .i new l i f e , for i t \\,ia on Hut th itiv ph\sic!an gave me j o u r tie red book Diet and Health. Ui his guidance and s o u r book. I duced trom 258 to m v n o r m a l we of 1 3 r -- a lo'3i of U l pounds -li m o n t h s 1 wn.1 n l i a n i thli e\ weljrht wa*- a i r i t u r a l h c u t a d f f i n j niiitcrnal f f u m d r n o t h e r , wlio s her lust yetua In helplejujnea.s o/i count of hi r e x t r e m e w e i K h t I truly ariotbei \\oman--feel tln, d u e and .un f i n e , and h n v o talvei n o less than t e n j e a i s from i n pwiranco I jitn c e r t a i n l y In n better c o n d i t i o n to be a (ittin,; t panion to one of t h e bet)t h u M b i tn the world Nu.tnra.llv. I car t h a n k you cnougt for tho hc'p have given mo MRS J vou I in 24 ou. of lav llt- dor re, r ht 15 ent tic- am ok off ip- ich m- inl'i not vou N"ow 3011 see, Mrs A , thero i 1 no reason w h y \ u should l o n t l n u s i t h such a handicap a« you haMH i o u aro not onl in l i n e for diabetes ind other d'gcni*ratlsa diseases, but i ou me loiinf? most of the joy of l l f In your present c o n d i t i o n . So send for our I'pteislnriK pampnlet. w h l c l i hai in ( o n d e n i e d form the Instruct mi i h a v e g i v e n in my book I sug r«t you h a v e a p h v i i c n l c l u c k - u p " an bo u n d e r tha g u i d a n c e of a p l i v n i t an, but vou must get one who isn't a Rip Van W i n k l e Rditor's \otr: Dr P e t e i s car diasrnose noi gn a personal ad Y o ' i r q u o K t i o n K , if of RPiieial I n t e r will be ansvserod hi the c o l u n a t h e i r t u r n Requests f o r ai t i t l e pamphlets on h a n d rnu.st be arc punled bv a f u l l y self-addreh stamped e n v e l o p e , plus the foilov small cliar^o to h e l p cover cost p r i n t i n g and h a n d l i n g : for t a r t i c l e \va/it«l, two ''ents In coin, ca^li pnaiphli't ten t e n t s In coin p a m p h l e t - a l l " t t i ' t t t t r I n i j and Ofiui IlVQHnc nf W o m e n . Ktiinev Bladder Diiordm Addresi Peters, in f a r e of t h l i pap» i \\ , a m i not j \ e i 200 w o i ' i a not KG. "St. In or of ii-h tor i ha m, mil f i l e Dr. Marion Philli'iis, one of England's successful women politicians and Liberal lender, spoke at the dinner Driven to girls attached to tha secretarial staTs of the Naval Conference delegation?.. Smartly garbed in fura and wearing chic hats, the American girls were the center of intercut it the dinner. Advice to Girls Bv 4NNIE LAURIE L. Use Oar Classified Ads When You Want I am a prli I 14 yearn of ago There are several bovs BOing w i t h me nnd 1 love ev »t v one of thetn. My m o t h e r and f i t h e i don'! know t h a t I am (joint; w i t h them I'leawi' a d v l w mo whether to to w i t h Lhem or not. OPAA O P A t - It would b* better !f VOU would tell yawr parents of your c o n d u c t r a t h e r t h i n confid« In m». For you! own happiness, a»k your p a t e n t s if \ o u h u v e their perniisnlon to have y o u n f t nx'n frie-nds UJiti b c u l d f d bj t h e i r answer. D K \ R AN"N115 L.AURIK- \V» a.r« In o ir fan ly Iwfiitlea mid !l\f ill » ania 1 I n t l u s t t Ial town Out ixt*i' ioni* nit ·null t h a t w** tvni IJ " I »nil lo i1n i t i o t l i l n e d r i i I ' l i c n l il t u u i n p l l t j U o r i a Wo w i it i I! it w i n i U lie ail 114hi to I , I U II u l l l t i n ' I ' M u t - 111 i l l ' ii, i i n I I H , i | V t t Ui f n l i f !ti«i w o i' / if i \ r H I 'I 10 ' · l . \ TK'l' I I 1 1 i ·* ^, r ! h ' I r i . I ' - i l i a p * vou ·-"'1 k_' , | v , v r n , r r i r p u t o n n hv f i p k t r i j ; n M , t ' t 1 " ' n a » l H « f " h r t | M * f p n ' ' i l s i 1^1 n i l! ·» f*r i ' \ tm « r " » R i F r z -· » ' S ^ f . M P n f t e m « r d n ^ u r » i hf t i riid"*! lo h f l . ^ p ^ o r Jri^nJA 10 (llnuueir .J. y o u r .1 tartn5*nt, Black and White Smart for Chic Spring Outi Black and whlta (» u»*d for this Kmart eporls enaombta for spring. ' Printed and plain challta l» the ma t a r t a l used In the outfit. Spring Silks Come in Variety of Gny Colors i Silks In a fascinating firrny of n»»w j wenves, colors and defllgiift vere pro ' kented in tlie recent s h o w i n g o* the mflnufaclurers. Silk \M!! p l n v ar. Important role In frocks, an n ant! rn- s cm hies for spring, and cinxe^n'inHy has de»eioped new trends in line with ! the changes In fashion, ncte« B fnnh- ' inn correspondent In the New Turk I The colors me u n u i n n l l y Yertod. i Never have 1,0 m a n y hud (he right to call themselves correct from (he farh- lon fttnndpoint. Once t h e supremacy of black and n«vy blue h»«( 'ieer ed- roUted, II Is difficult to s n j n h l c b oil- or la the ncit favorite. In o i l i e r iwa- nons one or two new shade:) l i t r e tx'?n nccepled hy the »naart world na o" the jrreatest linjKirtance for a fthen » t a son, but t h i s year 'he entire rainbow in enlUti"), BO m a t h has the « h o i e fashion question hecomr nr i m l l f ' d u a t onn. Not only are many cotons pat forward, but each rnti« (he ^ u r i u t of half n doren different lori'«t. T i e jtrayed paateld, mutcl u m-s u h l - h made B great ftppejil fur ^otith«rn wear, are helnq riyaled t v a (croup of clear light tones w h i c h ure fa»or»d ' by certain dt"iKner». Qreeu la steadily fncretMlnjr tn importance, and Is shown in a w h o l e range of shadt'K, from the p n i f a l r i t n i d Rreen fur evening wear t ' l r t i o ^ h - t h e ^ n f e r ureens, w i s h a blue i'i, and the vivid tooes rennuisccnt 01* Sf. i'st rlck'a day. \ The helgea we h n r e n l w a r s with tis ftnd this year liiny are p i e f c n i e ] In ' three uronps, the rc»» IIP,! ·*, the rnsty tone«, nnd yellow hel,;o, the first , being the favorlti". j Hod waa stressed !n nil HIP -pen- i InR^, ni (wing ncristiaily [ritnmi'iit t ir i «prinR. There 1* no one .shade of n»d , that is pnimlftetl pre^eminpiice foi the ! yellow-reds *hnru lntere-it w l i h the , reds t h a t have a blue c a t t , «ud lh*» ' rtch so-«alJed fralt red*. la the ri d range also are tho soft and clear j.ln cs j which nra tnncli tftlted of in iv cea- j aorles. blouses, He., In comblnr Hun | with roHtumi'a of dnr t color, and which will also be aeen In many smart evening frocks. Grav, but little seen for ee^eral seasons past, li much ta'fced of in Paris and waa shown at all the tt brie openings. O u r StiuuIFnir GiiHnuHro--S»f M'iiHiori or } o u r M o n e y Buck 15 Reasons Why You Should Shop HERE SATURDAY Full Bleached 36 In. Muslin 8 Yards for ... Full 30in. W i d t h Extra hptn ial for Saturday. Fast Color Dress Prints Full !J5 I n c h e s ^ id«'. N'^v prints, pi r aln.s ,iml s h i r t i n g ' s J u f t received a nm\ Iinr 1 - of i i r i n t f i , pori .Uo c a n d s h i r t i n g ' ! , u p t o "-'t \ a l i i 6 yds. for Ruffled and Panel 2 For ·Sprrial q r o u f i ol 7."H and $1 00 v a i n * s. V e r y special f o e S a t - u i d u j . TURKISH BATH TOWELS, 22x44 Inches--4 FOR A real '!Fc value. Soft nhsorlxMii double loop y a ' n . N o v e l t y l-im-l) plnpr-d hordfrs in h l n o , p i n k , gold and ajroon. Tlero i- a sp!ondil oppor t u r i i l y to s u p p l \ your innnediaie aiui I'lUure ; odb--ai w o r t h w h i l e 1 -,;u- intrs . Kpocml for Saturdiiy--i foi $1.00. New Spring Wash Frocks Colon? H o a o t i f u l BOlcc of slyl'-H /UK! pal t e r n s VAliifH $1 IT) lo J l -10 lu chicken and st,iplo styled f c r voting Aid old Spc- 1 ial for Sdlurdny Fancy Broadcloth Sliirts 1 hv sp.iion s spiarti"-! s h i r t in rhorkj", dots and u l n p o i I n all itio new '(V.inted shades ICvf-ry s h u t is made of .stii"1y closr w o v e n , c e n u i n c h r o a d f l o t h I I t o 1 7 C . i i l a t .it- i j ' c Sprnal for S.K Onyx Silk HOSIERY In semi - srrvioo \ \ f i g h t a n d a l l silk chiffon This i ; n w o n d e r f u l \riliH- m n d a l H \ v u i t i i l Inok- I I I K f u l l f a s h i o n e d '-to'-hine fri a l l t h f now sprlnir shades A ' t i y sifor iiil UNBLEACHED MUSLIN 10 YARDS FOR IIeay Weiirht, 80 Iiu-h. A good heavy q u a l i t y u n b l e a c h e d uiuslin, IU i n c h ' s w ido. Kc:rular 1 s \ a l u c a r i d f r o s from t hose dark «pf-ks '-o often 1oiinl in m u s l i n il for Satnniaj --10 \ a i d i for $1 00. Pure Linen Crash Toweling t'nblwich'-d all l i n o n towel i n r in i l l f f c r m t rol'it tmrrloi K i g u t n r 1S \,il'i'S i!poi ial Necklaces Are Longer; Correspond With Skirt Jewelry B l r n l l h l l y is crc«-ping flown the front of the gown and tin? t h i r t y Inch pioc-o Is In the spotlight for more formal near. This In soft colon enticingly called tropicol Ssle shades, l« sponsored for spring and xninmer. Tho gradunted s t r n n d of {his length la especially adapted to t h n longrr sHrts Very attractive new strands a r a in a pearl essenep t h a t Is f.ir moie ap peuilng t h a n (lie u s u u l t j [ i e of cul- ored penrls, t u c k i n g t h e i r iridpsccti'-e n n d b f l n g opiniue In tone. These neckluces arp in lovely cotiirust ^ ^ i l t l a dress of tiie same c o i n ; hut n a different shade, nnd t h u s they rarrf on tho tradition for p r e i l i n e s s es tublished thl'i sr\isi)ii. The bi-tonc 'olor pffecta, two colors nr tones of one color, art ln- terestltiRly cnrrlei! out In jewelrj. Bracelets nnd plna pronilse fo tip of greut Interest in the realm of Ji-woJ acressoHes. yds. for $1 Bleached and Unbleached Druidd Sheets Ah * n l u t ' * l v f i r s t ( i u . i l i ' % 111 a l l · i / c s , f i t w i n be!?, s n i p l 1^'ds ,iinl d o u h l o tx'di I n eltlu'i w h i t o o r h r o u ' i Thcso bet! n i u l a r ,vt ?1 L"( $1 .10 and tl 1') hp^''.i! for S i l i i r d i i y , -acfi $1.00 Rayon Dress Prints :tfi Inches VMdc, l ' \ U ! t i f u ! "clerlifiti of s p r i n g d u M i j r i i s In V.iluo Ua,v and Piiif* frost p r i n t s Tlnvso vll rcniiKir n t GOc and 73r yard. Special for H . U u i d a y 2 yds- for S § LACE PANELS -Tailored Filet Curtains in Pairs all-over dosi^ns in d p l i c a f o woavi^ and rich two tone and n a t u r a l colors These curtains iirc f i n i s h e d u i t h p r o t i v scallop and edged with ^ilk fringe 44 int h«-s \vido I'ailorod f i l o L puii curtaui« in f o u r b e a u t i f u l designs All special, $1.00. New Rayon Combinations Tailorwl and laco trimmed in h!omi-r, h.ind and itip-m ·»(}·!"· Alsi bloDtners h-fepiiiH, princ.'s , -Mp r . and vpwt.t All ^priced tor Saturday $ 1 -OO Smart Ruffled Curtains Scrim and Voiles W i t h several r t v l n s of r.ijon val.inco .ind h i ' i d - , w i t h t i back--, in ro^p, b l u ^ and i-old $1.30 viiluoss. K a t u i d a y $ 1 .OO n v Porto Rician, Crepe and Muslin Gowns H a n d mad-o, ,ind h a n d fm- brtudorod M c a u t i f n l h^lottlon, m - u h i t c and colored- A'w i rppv ,ind broadcloth p a j a m a s Valno-? to $1 00 S a t u r d a y $1.00 New Tub Fabrics Shown for Spring Kerchiefs Tub fnbrics raak hljjli In kerchlof fashions for rf-aort s p o r l » w t n r nnd fir spring. A h a n d k p r c h l c f of col Ion, linen or tvc-n of m u l l 20 iiichcn atjuure or ctil in n i i i . n t j V p is worn jiboul the HhnulderK \ v l l h t h e puds lied in u knot nt one side This If perhaps nn out come of t h e Migne for h r i n f l k p r c l i i i ' f nuvelties In neckwear The i p g u l i i t i o n 15-Inch sqiiiirf' men's h n n d k i ' i i lik'Ts of line l i n e n uirlousl.v striped ns lo borders nlso arc iiM-d. 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