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riM*^, IHUKSDAY, MAT 18, 1922. NY MARRIAGE PROBLEMS Adtle rvirfcjo'i rid . hf[ at Revelations of a Wife Wk~* Tai I realized now one reanon for LIJ- rian'i u n u i u a l loquacity She generally Is moat t a c i t u r n when engaged upon any problem of her work. Hut the »*pl- "on she h u d - J u i t g^en ·how»d nie t h a t there waa a good hour of waiting before ahe w o u l d be · ur» enough of the return to a l u m h e r of the Tlcer f a m i l y In the nelifhoor- Ing farmhouee to rink x o u n g Tom Cheater 1 ! nocturnal expexlltlon to the roof for tht lahaging of S m i t h ' s rope Her Doll By Angela Patri (Author of "A School Master In th« Ortat C i t y i a u n U « n d «· T«U away from th» Tic*TM, and Instructed him to watch for B m l t h "Luck certainly won with him,' Tom Ch««t*r amlled ' Ho wan uhlc to pick up S m i t h K t r a i l -- t h t f a l l o w e v i d e n t l y ipralned or brok* gom«thlnn Ir hlii f a l l -- a n d wa»n t abl«- tn a^t h u o k to the BrUrgi f a r m In a« nolat- |I*B f a i h l o n an he CHme o\rr. and H r e n n a n inld w h e n H m i t h m o u n t t d M« b t r o l e hi* whl*p«r«d c u n l n f wua i noiigh to scare the o»ls I caught up w i t h ' '" ladder And ahe la a good enough p c u h o l u - rit t o know t h e tension w h i c h s i l - ence givea the nenes She wished the young ex-ierrlce man to h a v e steady nerves for h l ^ crawl on the roof w i t h Uie darkuean ooij, lUtunintti^ ^y * rlaabllght, w h i c h he m u n t keep an much concealed, as powmhle 1 hero- for, ahe meant to talk a b o u t a n v t h l n i t or n o t h i n g u n t i l the h o u r paused and ·*P« ct «d me to abet her e f f o n » 'I'll admit 1 was u l i t l J e b i t up In the air when Jerr) bieezed i n I.il, jlan went on "You see he w « g o v r r her* In an Incredible short t i m e -- a n d the. sketchiest of toilets Hem* an Ingenious youth where s a v i n g t o i l is concerned, he has made a path across th« fields near the edge of the f e . n e where the ploughing w i l l ne\ ei disturb it, and herldwi hlw H c \ U p across It whenever he makes t h n i p He Tag attached an old a u t o m o b i l e headlight with a c l e v e r h a t t e r v ( o n t i l - «anc« to the f r o n t nr the \Mied NO ne can come at I r e i k n o c li pac ( v ( n en the d a r k e s t n i ^ h t - i Hut I v J S i n pins and needles for fe^i ) 0 i i d dioj In --«h« titroed to Tom Chester-- -wmie he waa here And he hadn't been gone but two or three minutes u n t i l ou did a r r i v e Tom Cheater smiled '' Y ° U , forget" he said l . o v i s h l v "that Jerry's h e a d l i g h t is not exactly one hidden u n d e r a l u « ! i H 1 heard the shots, of course e n d *an h u r r v Ing down the road t o w a r d t h e house when I «aw t h a t lijht coming alon« the fence. N a t u r a l ! v | k e p t u n d e r co\er, as I came on and w h e n I heard o u r I O K P ,, n d k n « w hv i t s tone that nn one was I u j t I « d n , i In the shadow of the l u i s h i i u n t i l Jerry went awav n g a i n K u c k v 1 d i d too, for Brennan a m e p u f f i n g a l o n g a few secsnds l a t e r m t h t h e n e w i that · strange, t a l l hnv m a u t o i k m j ? cap, aweater, and k n k k e r b o c k n i s hud come put of H r l K ^ f , barn on a bicycle and beaten u d o w n the road Smith Slip* Away. "Brennan" Tom ci e n t e t w e n t on "had seen Smith po i n t o t h o k i ' . i e n a little eariler, and l u t p r 1 ad seen h i s ·hadow--ai If u n d r e s s i n g -- o n the curtain of the room a b o v the k i t hen which Brennan lv "hrew^rl i n i n i v knows to be. his Th. few -e( onds Brennan lost In r n a k i n g up h m numi that the BtranR-e I m v u ^ - - m i t h m disguise were Just enoiish to let the fellow lote himself in ono or tho^* wood paths { J e n t Hrennup, s k i r t i r i r around the fields so t h a t he w o u l d come into the orchard from the s1d w i t h j i r * n n ^ n a f t r r m y t a l k w i t h o u , DIV! « p saw Smith get iia k i n t c i H r i K R " · U»rn 1 he* 1 beat I t l u k I t r l e a x I n K % o u r I n i t r u r t l n n s w i i h H i f n n o n Me w a n K u r f c u t u p ajonl h a \ l n » f l i t m ] i l i s l i p , a n d t i c k l e d 1o d e a t h f h a t you permitted him to k p f f i on w i t h t h e job 1 t h i n k he oxpectf-d to be Blrot at ·untise.or aomethlng Itlte "thai " "Hob»on'» Ch*c* " ' I m not g;i)ing 1 Waiin t t e m p t r d to o i d e r o u t t h e f i r i n g s q u a d " L i l l i a n u n n w e fd rirI\ ' But on the o t h e r liund Hr n n u n K u coul fu t h f u l man t h ' j u n h hf- I I T]f\ ·; r be j ited for a « I T · plus i( I m a g i n a t i o n T i n k e r the otlier m u n can't work da and niirht and I can t iipare o u M i C h e a t e r sn -- .t « n Hobsons choice A-nd l i r r n - n.in \ \ i l l w o i k t w k e tis h i i r t becavsc ( f i t i hi,ing Ins \oe t o n i g h t Mi S m i t h « o n t he -able to «et a*a\ for an o t h e r t r y at ua u n t i l I grUe the word I *turd at lier m o p e n - m o i i t h o d " R t o n l s h m e n t tthlch addrd to l t * H f a hit of c h u ^ r i i n w h t n Lillian laughed m f i n ] \ a t m j f.ice ' I l m \ e n t i i u l t e from u u t o f m \ mmd old dtai ah" said, ' a n d I don t blame vou for not relishing the Idea of receiving another c«1l from the g e n t l e m a n R u t -- I t I s a b s o l t i t f l rif L«-ssar for h i m to p: p t i n t o h i s nod- d i p t l i n t w e k n o w h i m as ^ m l t h n o m a t t e r « hat h i g dlsfruise--It, In «Ho n i o p g s o n for h i m to be HO f r i g h t e n e d t h a t he w i l l g-i\c t h i s section a w i d e berth » h i n *p release h i m again And I t h i n k 1 k n o w the man to put 'the fear into htm " \ \ i t h a little qiuckenlne of m \ p u l n f R f gii«ssed t h a t she »a« upeak- ins of ' Hen Drake, the b r i l l i a n t rnwn- ber of the d i p l o m a t i c secret servii c w i t h wham L i l l i a n f r e q u e n t l y h a d worked and who wa- now eAfcarod w i t h im f a t h e r In. some i^oternment Itnestls-Ulon of such tremendous Importance t h a t L i l l i a n had forborne go tar to ?end fot t h e m , although upon one occasion at least I k n e w that she h a d u K i i m m o n g to them w r i t u n out n n d bad w i t h h e l d it from t^ t r j f ^ r a p h v l i e at "the last moment T h e i r o t h t i % \ ; i k must be o \ e r or s e r n i n r in tension if she contemphit ed s f n d l n p f n i t i n in and I tould not I ( I p u fetliiis w I i r h hi 11 SIK h * l d e l d i f f e n n ^ L u n i p o n o r t s as pleasure ap P '-hens on, f - - t i n a t i o n i n d t i m t n V r u t f n f t h o n i r h t of A l l e n l)i-uk init. mon u euc-t , u ruj iiome THI TWO CNlCKIT iOY« Ocx»a momin*. Tlpp C r i c k e t , ' (hlrped Cheery Cricket ' W h e r e are vou iTolnit t h l i loelr d a v 0 ' ' A n v place for a change," replied Tlpps ( r k k e t "The c r l r k e t home l« too cmwded to m i l t m«, I m (roln« out I t n f i n d new quarter*" ' W e l l n o w lun't t h a t l u c k ' " e t c l a i m e d ( heer C r i c k e t ' I am out un t h e Ram? rnlailon " V o u m « call It luck, but 1 d n n t ' replied Ms neighbor ' I ' m not \ e r lend of rharjKlnir my d w e l l i n g p l u ^ e W 1 \ 1 »£« born r i g h t her »n I I k n o w It is nice B u t t h e c r k k e t l i mi n l n T o m l n g too crowded, and I k n o w i f F m \ t u i n t o g o A n d y o u « a M K aluo seeking ,1 n*w home" ' rs indeed," chirped C h p | r · ^ C r u k e t "1m l i k e \ o u , I don t s m i i mo^^ htrt 1 frrf h«t-the olrt rtntnr" I H too crowded » l t h »» ull tlren si I told M o t h e r I'd go out and m u k f i an 1 fr ,,,,,, ,\\ How »n j ou e«fly to W«a T t- i t h r i - ' A \ h \ d o v o n l e i v c t h e ( n h l e ' \Ve are not t t i r o u g h " ^on-^" I f j n t sit d o v \ n so l o n ^ ' Fathn -' o u sit d o w n now or I ' l l send o u a w n v from t h e t a b l e '--I.lfe p ' a e f m v o w n Better come a l o n g w i t h me " Tippv Cricket t h o u g h t a second. t l » n n n w h r d tua l i t t l e dark si i t B p i e a d h l n pretty w l n g « a n d t o p e t l u r hi and ( h e r C r l c k t t flew f i v e r t h e rm iidow s I w a s j u « t w o n d e n m r w i n wf cmkets n e v e r use our wings except w h e n w re h o i m e - h u n t l n g , ' laughed. Cherrj Cricket "It seems s u c h j o l l v good fun to f l " oh I don t know," replied T i p p v Crkket unless It's becauae we c«i ' see v v h a t f i going on in the KrrsssH^ iffider un 1 m u c h prefer w a l k i n g 01 h o p p m r ' '.UPS* we are all n l i U p on tl i' scc.re,' He w a s t e i r i b l s u r p i iwe i l i u i r l f d f h e e i j n c k e t · w u l l i i R t w i i 1 t h " git und ' I m neat m\ ji i n r \ - e n d J.et i I u i l d ptre^ a n C l ( i i v C i i c k r t s e t t l e d on t h e ·- ti nlest spot he could find and l i e p n d t i t i t i g w i t h h K l i t i l p B t i o n u J i T i p p v C r i c k e t v\ j« hed h i m tl . hr rrnmhled He d l d n t like t l o c i h t v TippN C n r k e t wanted to R f a r t h e r a w a from the meadow land Oh no vou m u s t n ' t go too l i Elliabeth had m a n \ doll« Th»y cou*lo« and playmatei T h n s wer« big onec and that aald ' Mamma, and one« Uiat wa/ked and nom« t'mt dan r i v ,,,,, could h» dressed and undr»ii»d and com* couldn t 1 h e r p »--· a f r w that cam* accompanied by baLb t u b a and iome c«jr)'.( a · ,g j 0 n u t UM w « t * r " Elliab«th accorded a cordial welcome to al wai Impartial la her a t U n t l o n to th« l»rg« f a m i l y ' E l i z a b e t h r e a l l y ne«ds s imeone to play w i t h sa 1 ' day Boon a f t e r t h a t a nuriery fovarnagg c i m o to s 1 * care of the dolli and Klliabeth. ' T h i s 1* m playroom and theaa are my dolls s a i j (· · W h i c h one do j ou lo\« best of aJP" ^.Vone, aaJd Kliib«th promptly ' "The r* a l l e - \ ' " · "Very Why don't you m»lc« a dolly of \ ' i i i r i w u Th« littl« girl looked up w l t f t a new I I H . I I ' In ' ·· could I" ' "Flrit, j o i draw a p a t t e r n on pap«r a n d r u t t ' I could do th4t eald EllBabeth, confident ^ ' T h e n o\i lay the. p a t t e r n on paper and u t trn* n · ew It and atuff H ^nd psltu « 1*r* for i»*r «mj ymrr -TJ-- dreu " ' I ' m iur« I could do all ot H If joiT would h e l p m* a H t r ' f by BJ*. 1m only flre and maybe I can't »«w yef ou!d I «ew if i was only fl\e" "Of course Ton haT» to ha\« five fingers to aew w l ' h rive l« J u i t right for aewlng" Elizabeth chuckled at th» Joke, and the p r e p o T ' o n s for the big undertaking began It took many day» to complete the do]1 b u f f l r n ' - e t h never t i r e d ' She looked forward to the hour each day w h e n ih» m j ' d work at the dolly that wai all her» It was a strange looking d o l l w h e n she h a i , · t h » I n ' t o u r b » s on It and pronounced It finished and read fnr a r I M « . i n r arm w a s \err m u f h higher up t h a n Its mate and a* n k i i t u - , i u p a l l n s a r g l p The legs had lines «:r«oge to eyea trained to the m m n t uruil and the hips were queer The boota, pejntod with great care as to detail. Were not rwln» either In forn. or ·color, but the face was a l i v e under all fie splotches and In aplte of the crookedness It was a c - . a t i o n of ]o\-, u i t m i s t a k a b l j s -ow my child la ready to be dreared and b\ t i n 1 · np T 11 t h i n k j p ^ ram*.' \nd -«he cut partternt and aewed up an n i tit for the c h i l d ' her h « a r t What do you call the child yo i l o i e !·«.(' I t h ' n k It m i s - be h h z a b e t h because my mothers nania Is t h T and that a m ( ome along Elizabeth " And all the other dolls etajed at home 'Copyright. 1921 hv A n j f e l n P j r n t h r n T i p p y k n e w w h y Mama Or««n t- rog nad a d v l a e d h i m not to b u i l d ifrr He b i r e l y had t i m e to brush M i l wings and s*t s a i l b*fpr* the w a t e r w a s o \ e r l l i ^ l t t l e hoil»e T t^iv rl( ket t IMUJI d a r o u n d and -3ll«*d b n r k t t h n k n o l l cm w - M i h 1 h e r r v i n i l . . ! h u d l i n l t . a n d t h i r » lie d ig a l i \ i l\ b r r o w · s f ei t .' I l [ P \ ' M i k r t t i i e I t i I i f i t I \ t l i fri ( .d u d \ n e i tl i i s - ' i ' r * d r n d l r h \ r d t n a f c * n ° d o1 1 ,i^. I » P P t m j c n t e n t e x j In lua m x i d i *v I n me \ [ WOpns ·/ WISE MEN | k * ns0r : *°- »·» h " j ieed t h a t ran Eip«rl*nc« 1* good If mot be «I . . t too d««rlr n r ' n n t 1 v»n w i t h . * · , ' . l r - n e i t h e r rfun*»l Bor Mlt tl · * · v o i nr« asked for It A n , rn r. « J ( ,| ' I p n m * * * *' '' ' ' ' - ' ' i I i i , i j c A r m n w l t t o t · u m i l i n g fa«« Ml* f" ' ' I *n a a h r j p T * rf M r #· t M M- tr · · · \ n m » n . n-n m , ^ n m i . ' i one I · « . M « ·' k t n t K n. t It t ,, 0 - 1 g o v e r n well CM ahould ttn C H ic g. 4" F R I D A Y , MAY 19 T h e aMrnliiglcnl c h a i t f o r t h i s d i \ Is c o n j p l c u o u s l y n t il le for the e n t n « H! sence o f e i t h e r l u n a r o r M I M i l aspects upon w S u h tn l a s e a 1 M i isf T h i n conse i , nth Is r e i l is a d a e n w l i l r b H f f i l r s w i l l r n · u l o n K n t l f u s u a l r n i t i n e » l t l i n t ) i n s (ii t i f t h e d a l l \ i t i l n d to % a r ^ t ' · · n u u i o t o n i Phos' w-ho«e h l r t M a y It Is mt\ ! for a. jii4et »ar w4U( m»tt»r» «t**.- mtf a l o n g In the accustomed jrrm i « w i t h l i t t l e t v w a i o f c h a n n * f \ a r l » f \ A ct Id horn on t h i s d a m i \ be e x c e p t i o n a l l y I right and capflbl b u t m a \ nert c a r e f u l e a r l y t r a i n nc ' Congresa In Its wisdom has pn Acted t h i s law " ' Leave out t h a t st ff I a b o u t In Its w i s d o m ' " -- I x u l s \ i ' o u t l e r I m i r n a l · · · A rt s i | ' n 1 ' m rl · i s' n ·« · » · \ ^ l i n r rn t n t r i r s r f ' , ' · * , ' 1 ^ , , . ' . · · · I * reach t h » r"ne«, dad ' V a d ' o n l * d l e » I s f «· t h " of i n on§ f ' t · v ' " '*· i - '' r t h e m a e l . e s · · · ' -' r » * -*. d ^ n e t h a t w h i c h th« i i ii t i l ·\\ · j "P w r r K |) ,,ir M A ' · i 1 r n n r r n of Ulaur* !· · ' ' | ' f - I n a rr«r « ) '» ai a broa) ni ITK n n u t k ' H W U " cried Cheer' Cricket " M y m o t h e r said ' I k n o w it's against all cricket nile» I tr i too far awaj," snapped Tippy ( i K e t · |) U t \ou \ e picked ~our place t i l » j s o \ourself, and I Intend to 1 ' e name ^ . " but the plot \ou're t h l n h l n e i i i i r t the k i n d of R place for a i i t rFasoned Cheery C n c k e t a. s u n n v spot and o u 11 \ ! i n \ W h y , this la no place for a crickets home ' " \ \ l a t r l ^ h t h a v e o t i to tell me where r c a n 01 c u n t build"' anapped T i p p v ( i l c k r t v, u d better go bai k m l not be snooping IP a a f f a i r * " i rrw the d i r t toward i-,, K , 0 t h a t come of . i a n d n o d d i n g h e r r n I 1015 c raw led b » k Sign of tht er Gnblet Tasty Light Luncheons at Schultz J«intily and quickly terved at the cool, cotey fountain are ideal for hot spring and summer months, when business rnen and women wisely ihun heavy m i d d a y lunches. For instance, we ici /e Sondwichei r w s v 'n * w i i ' r s i t s ' f l l t e r l r g b*htnd trl - s , ' t r - NOW! IF YOU FEEL LIKE 7 30 CENTS and feel that things are not breaking just right for you HERE'S A TRFAT! Continued Friday to v o u r pond I n t o o t h f i [ n j I T i p p v rn kt-t M a m a ( , r c e n 1 i t n c i r l v l i l t t h{ id M a m a Tc -to BotdUon j ^j+i- ( - i i x k t L la-ughiuj, and then i d T I s w i n ^ s h e f i l l e d ai ro«i niea'l' v\ j ( \ / , t| l f . r i v e r and ···-( · I in ,i t i n K n o l l Here he IH^SII i l K w h i n M n m a .rcen I'roc l o p ( I ( t f i o t n i i n h r a c l u m p o f b t i « t » s \ ou don t mean to tell me tf at u I n t e n d t l u i l l d In t h i s itectu r he ««ked in , an Qstootahed tone ml. r the I i«i i 4 w i t h o u t u n o t l v i c - d i J p r v ' r k r t f i n i s h e d h i s ( i n r n n d v. LB 51 t a p n v o v e r it t l i . i t 1 r B o t t l e d h i m s e l f HI wn In f r o n t f I ' M d n o r m a j I n · nc -when he w (S t e r r i r l y gurprisert An hour before 1 1 · l a n d around his I t t l e house, had been l u t t a dry. but now it waa a great I '* lake, and M Tippy watched It the w a t e r fieeme^l tn creep closer, a n d flum S e r f 200 New Gingham Dresses $390 - _ $5.90 £ $ 6 .90 Values to $12.90 · · All Sizes, All Colors. Made of High-Grade Imported Ginghams. FOR FRIDAY SATURDAY Last Days of Golden Harvest Week Beverage* C»ei_ Milk X'fo Oaku r , . t » i lee Orrxm *«· Prescripttons catttd for and delivered to any fclton of Trenton Phone 170 jn no.n.'ici Dl,yLJGGIST -T»fNT_BOltL\ Store Home, 8:30 to 6KX) TJ Lilted Lot o f t _. al a Mi i r*HJ(jf iist^f f t f " ^^ ** Ladies' Jera«y Qrt Bloomers, 2 for w U C Abo Ribbed Vest «nd Mesh B«ndeux. · Boys Vr*tH flfl^ Blc i . . . dUC Look For Our Surprise Ruiuit-*M nil Table JUC White MtMlin nn Pcl«co«t* wUC Hniiery wUC f Corsets, 3 Voile White Wairt. . , . Boyi' W--h Suiti . . Boyi 1 W-^i Hat, I -die*' P A *low Aprons Children's W--S Drmes . . . . Kiddies' Rontprs and Creepers . . Ladies' and Children's GOWA* . . I -dies' I Vie Union S ·*» .... Oc 30c 30c 30c 30c 30c 30c 30c 30c j TRUTH in 50 NKW DRESSES Of Figured Crepe de Chine, Foulard, Rosh»nara Crc^e and Radium Silk. $16.50 $19 Valuca to $35.00. \ All Sizes, All Colors. ' For Friday and ·y, l-»it Day* of Harv-wt Super Values of Extraordinary Importance Kven For Golden Ilaiycst Week CHOKKRS Of Delected Stone Marten, $'-^,50 Values to $39.50. SQUIRRKI, CHOKERS Beautiful Dark Skins. $15.00 Formerly $19.50. FOX WOLF ANIMAL SCARFS AH Shade*, $1?.90 $19.50 Values to $39.50. TJmbrclla W »x ! ^-3 to 20th I The Umbrella Manufacturers' A of America list thw the biggest umbretl» selling week of the year by the collective efforts of every good store in this ccmnU/. Neviua Bros, are co*opetating and arc featuring large ·ttorUnents of Umbrellas for every need. Sun Umbrellas and Rain Umbrellas a*« needed in the heated and rainy spells of Spring and Summer. Beautiful Umbrellas, more artratk th«n ever, are selling quickly to the mo«t stylif L women m the great cibe*. Every :ve \ -»i loves her Umbrella today because it is a tKmg of beauty. --Umhrelim Section. Mala *** . , All p.cvio»-ly mdveiliteJ item* on nle at Goldci; Harv^at pricci while they Itrt. h \\ / M R ( 1 No Goodi on Approvml Nor C O. D.--No Exchangee NEVIUS DAILY SPECIAL Good quality Gloria Umbrellas, strong frames; ttov- elty hvndle. with cord or rings . - --M»is Floor. L'Aigloii House and Porch Dresses Of best quality Amoakeag Cms;r»am^ v m neat stfipcs, checks and plain colors; lonjj and short slee\ej; »qu*re, V and round ucckt, trukimcd with contrasting colort, button*, organdie and pique collars and cuffs. . *· Trices $2.50 to $5.00 Neviu* 1EWSP4PERS nFWSPAPFRI

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