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NEW BRITATN DATLY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1930.
BY HOWARD ROCKEY naa&B Synopsis: Beauty und talent arc bringing success to two young N'cw York sisters, Alieen and Yivienne Gray. Aileen, the older, has been given a chance to star in .Max Klein's new musical show. "Sara's Christmas Stocking." Yivienni young and headstrong, is posing for Dwight Charming, artist, while he paints a series of murals for a new theater. Channing is interested in his model, and when a rainstorm ruins a borrowed dress she is wear ing, he promises to make it right with the owner. Jimmy Crane, the atrical press agent, is in love with Aileen, hut she refuses to respond to his affection until Viviennc's fu ture is settled. An advertising stunt engineered by Jimmy puis Aileen on the front pages of the New York papers, but earns her the bitter jealousy of Edna Yeilamy, the ac tress she has displaced. Chapter S A STAB JN THL; L('k Broadway had been .;njo ins a two-day thrill. Jaded by seiituons. its 'omliuht population was nmus. d l.y til-, news that old Max Klein was about to blazon a brand new name r.i the lights before h's t'l-c r. Jimmy Crane's most sar.u-'iine- hop- s had b"en far surpassed by the news re ports of Aileen Gray's discovery. Miss Santa Clans' court entr iiice had been minus costume. That 's, she had worn a simple froek in stead of the togs the cam- iis had raneht the orevious a.t.rnooa. He r arrival had been the signal for aj photographers' stampede. Discharged by a fn-ndly justice, I the prisoners were driven uptown in j Channing's car. With Max Klein; and Yivienne they had lunched at ' the Bite. Klein was beamingly gra cious to his newest star and Chart- i ning appeared to find her piquant ly ' intriguing. Yivicnne. souk what petulantly, bathed in reflected priory. Playing second-fiddle KnJ- d 10 cramp her style. Max Klein made a iif-mal no'- of, the younger sister's res. m Wane-" to, her lovely mother. Yes. she had ti. same first-violin tendenejes. A l.igli strung. delicate instrument, this luxury-loving girl. It would rf'iuire a master touch to bring out the best In her. Klein might be bluntly crude at times, but his insight into char acter was almost infallible. He had frequently sensed harmonies where others found only diseords. Of course he had had his failures, heart-breaking ones at times. But in his philosophy, trvinjr made life worthwhile. He had seen ouito a lot of silk purses produee.j from apparent sows' ears. Yive nr.e's cas was different. She was a silk purse a little too fine a silk purs' with too little in it. And that was dangerous. Jimmy Crane found meanwhile that he rather liked Dwight. Chan nlng. Yet he resented the ease with which the man made liiros. If agree able. Knowing his crowd had made Yivienne restless and diseontent. il. Aileen was too happy to realize that her ambition was almost with in her graps. Klein had set Octo ber sixth as the opening dia. ( had decided not to risk production any sooner. There must be no rou;rh edges. The weather would be bet ter then; people would be. in town. "With the heralding the show had received, its reception wa.s assured. So he meant to make its premiere di'ench. ri ;u h:s car. one sani nan one that would be remembered. ' ning was going to phone Gallatin Alone in her cosv apartment that j and fix it. up with him." km now brighter for flowers, Aileen sat by the window watching t he re'- fioctinn of the. sunset in the sky. She had just come in from rehearsal. For a whole half hour she could re lax, then bathe and dress for din ner. That was one trouble, she thought, and smiled. She was al ways on the go. Even Jit private life was public now, and it was srood policy for her to be seen dining in the smartest places. Meanwhile Yiv was busy, posintr for "Dwie-ht ChanninK. She went to his studio every day. Aileen did not know and had not asked just what sort of pictures Chonninsr was working on. Except at nisiit, the sisters saw little of each other, hut Aileen had insisted on Viviennc's spending the evenings with her. The house phone rung and Aileen got up to learn who was caliin-. Klein and Jimmy were due ,,t tovui, but they couldn't be h-re y.-t. Nevertheless It was Jimmy voice that came to her over the wire. "Are you dressed'"' he asked ex citedly. "If you aren't in the tub. snap into something. Kid. Klein's here and we're coming up." "What's wrong?" Aileen asked in alarm. "Nothing that can't be straight ened out," Jimmy reassured her, "but there's something we'v. pot to talk about and take some action pronto." Klein came puffing into tic- room with a face like a thundercloud. Aileen had never seen him so tiewdc himself. He looked about. ' Give me a drink that'll sock me, or I'll AUNT HET BY ROBERT QUILLEN "Maybe I wasn't second Knf Vioin invited tn ;i bridge party the day it hap pens looks mighty sus picious. Capyrlcht. 1)30. Publlihen Eyndlcat H A ROMANCE OF RADIO bite mself." Jimmy went to the kitchenette and pulled out a tray of ice-cubes. Klein looked as though he might explode. "Give mo the bott'f '." he roared. "Can't you see I need it struiuht!" He poured a generous portion and proceeded to drain the glass. "Show her the damned thing. Jimmy," he directed angrily. Crane passed Aileen a clipping, torn from the week's Tattle Tales. "Some body's poinir to be skinned alive when 1 find out. who planted that!" Klein went on as Aileen read the offending paragraphs. . , . two Binns of n.oi.v.F. 11 ATHFK THEIR NL.MS It is b,iug discreetly whis pered that, a charming pair of sisters, now quite in the focus of the smart monocle, have apparently solved the proble.nl of attaining that Utopia so dear to some feminine hearts. The first of these lovely dams. Is has recently climbed up under ihe wing of one- of the wisest and richest old birds in th" ,-hadow of Times Square. It is said that New York will see inch of her in the glare of tile, footlights t his season. The other fair siren will also be s. en, so the story goes, in poses by the artist whose check for a SI. a...) dress wa.s recently sent to one- of the town's most nifty ateliers. Aileen flushed crimson. "Oh. who dar dl" She cried out in anguish. "That's exactly what 1 want to know;-' Klein's manner was meii neiny. "In the first place, Aileen, I'm sorry. There's no ne,-d savins that .limmv and I wouldn't stoop to -ettui' pul.hcily in such a rotten way. The story ain't true, and who- mt knows ou knows it ain't. That go- s foe my fri. nds' too. But of com'sc a lot of people think eviry theatrical maeug. f has a harem. I'll admit that the theater ain't eaef!y a Sunday sebno!. but in all ihe yuirs I' e lu.-n puttin on plas, there ain't a man or v oman who can dig up dirt on me." "Max. don't:" Ail"! Ti hugged hi in. "You've been pei-'.-etlv- Y 0 1 1 '1 0 r I n 1 first to pad. and then to me. It's a vile thim. to publish but 1 suppose , v ry cirl on the stage lias to ti pett. s:e h thin-'s. I won't say I don't mind i; but I can stand it, Max. It's that nas'y lie about Yivt une that rna"KeS me want 1o choke whoever wrote such a vicious thire:" "T.'jh." Kl'in I'ca'hd. "But. that in'l get-in' us Hr.w)!ep. Of course the guy don't im nMon name; -and n. takes a pre'tv slick lawy.-r to puT an.', t hi n lt on that sheet. Hut I'm not smne to lie down under any such slab in ti'.e back. Maybe I know who done n and mavbc I'm all wet i ut it. wouldn't, tak. mu h think in' tor you to suspect who I mean." "Not YWlaniy'."' Ail. n spoke be'ore she could r-stain h- rseif. "That's" my gu- ss," Khun con- fin 1. "What I'm wor.-I.rii:g'H how she cot this dope: about Yi i enne. Yellamy doe-n't know Ciian r.inc." "She rniciit know someone at G-tl-la'in's." if oecurred to Jimmy. Ai'e'en. you r. member that dress Yiv wore ill-.; nic'nt site' got I "But all that is p ectly iut',0 d wildly. eei.t:" A'.le-eii proi "You can't think Yiv " "No I don't. But peorle might," Jimmy reminded h-r. "Jnnn.y, don't bt hlr see it:" Aileen bur.-t our crying. ".lust a moment, daughter." Klein said e(uiet!y. "We gotia face the facts. If I start an action, against Vt-llainy Or Tattle Tales, they'll both fight back, of course. That means ( cv 1 o-' ry rag in th '. country will be full you can stand it I don't think it'li do a lot of harm to 't ier.ne." "ll.'s right, Aileen." Jimmy agreed. "Sure.' Klein had calmed down, i "W 'e 0 to handle it uuietiy l.y j Ollf-ehlS. IJll St -lay 1,. 1 run up I II i re with . 1 1. - n. .1 1 m my. 1 tevl-iit 'hamuli:; ,v . igbt ry. toe Lunik' In ni u it ii i .Soon after he and see yri'l ai! av be I'll A j-. it ni...: i -H ! Why, Aile i .Sin you two! ,; thought ou'd .d. pulled oft her hat and los.-.e-d it car. lessly on tin- table. Under her arm was a tuaintzme. With a tv.iiil-.le in h"r eves, she dropped it in A lie. u's l.i p. ''Have you seen th-'it'."' site asked e;.iily. "Tni tjr'H;.' twins are: prettine; ineiiiioii.s. Ken- st.Iy. it's a scream:" A lie J unlle" tend. lo'.'.n nt the i. d to look i. op' n p at Til be i. Jarned:" he POOR PA BT CLAUDE C ALLAN "Our daughter takes her baby to a specialist every week, but I can't see that he gets along any better than the six castor oil babies that Ma an' me raised." Copyright, 1330, Publishers Syndicate iragoinig (Copyright, 1930. by The Macaulay Co.) Has Yivienne failed to grasp the sinister significance of the gossip item or does she. actually believe it a joke? See Friday's chapter. Questions mors QUESTIONS AASWERED You can get an answer to any i ancLAni MUM question of tact or information by j cause the moisture to flow down and writing to the Question Editor, New j off the blass. Britain Herald, Washington Bureau, 1322 New York avenue. Washing-' If you want a comprehensive bul ton, D. C, enclosing two cents in j letin on Budgeting and Household stamps for reply. Medical, legal and j Accounts, write to the Washington marital advice cannot be given, nor Fur'au, enclosing 5 cents in stamps, can extended research be under- I taken. All other questions will re- j : ceive a personal reply. Unsigned re- ; : quests cannot be answered. All Iet i ters are confidential. Editor. Q. What is ihe annual toll of life and property by fire in the I. nited States'.' A. In l'-'- the monetary loss was SM72.224 eiib, and the annual loss of life is estimated at 15.0u. Q. In what position does a corpse float in water? Is there any differ ence I". tween a male and female? A. It may iioat in any position depending upon the center of grav ity, irrespeem e of the sex. Q. How many members has the United States Federal Reserve Board '.' A. Eight members including the secretary of the treasury and the comptroller of the currency. ex officio. The memhers are. Secretary of the Tri usury, Andrew Mellon; i'omptrcehr ot the Currency. J. W. Fob-; Eugene Meyer, governor; Adolph C. Miiler; Charles S. Ham lin: George ;. James and Edward II. Curmirham. The position of ie-e governor is vacant at present. Q. Who is Michael Strange? A. That is the pen name of Blanche "' iriehs. former wife of John Barryraore, and now married to Harrison Twerd. S!v is the author o: f. veral volumes of poetry and plays. Q. What wa.s done with the po litical and r.'igious objectors that were sent to detention camps dur ine the Wor'd war? A. Accordiijg to the government report there were 2.9.S9 objectors in .amps during th- World war of whom I.'-piO accepted, or were, as signed to non-combatant service; Mia:) were furloughed for alterna t:e serva te wa re sent to prison nainder were still in n the Armistice was and ti... r.m camp when signed. Q. Wiiat I ils are used to make bronze '.' A. Bronze is el.bfly composed of coppc r a rel tin. . YVi i.Mc lif., is found in tile Arctic r-gion? A. About 1.7"" spe. have been, found there, rcarest the circle a fee mainly junipers, dwarf es of plants In the zone Trees grow, willows, and bir' hes. Flowenng plan's, grasses, mosses and liehe-ns extend to the most northern land discovered by ma '.. In what part of the world are there ro inos-jintos'.' A. Mosquitos are in all parts of the world, even in the Arctic !' gions. Q. What are the colors of Notre Dame and Stanford Universities'.' A. Notre Jjaiue, old gold and light blu. ; tft&nford. cardinal. Q. How much did I'.llly Arnold win in the race- at the Indianapolis Speedway this year? A. He won $:''''.') first prize. POLLY AND HER JUST KIDS Two AGO Hush BROUGHT HOM THiNK OF you an' IP you'EE BELN DESERTED ONi THE STREET 1930. King Feitur Syt Jicau.' InV', ;:ireat liriuin right! rejerved .:;:';;::;t-i and approximately $17,000 in lap prizes: receiving J100 for each lap in which he led the race. In ad dition he won other prizes offered by accessory manufacturers to make his total winnings $52,150. Q. How long did it take Edward Payson Weston to walk across the continent in 1910? How old was he? A. He walked from I.os Angeles to New York City, a distance of 3.4S2 miles in 77 days between Feb ruary 1 and May 2, 1910. He. did not walk on Sundays and was 72 years old on March 15, 1910. Q. Were the famous "Four Horsemen" of Notre Dame football team playing with the team in 1!26 when Notre Dame was defeated by Carnegie Tech? If not, who were playing the backfield that year? A. Notre Dame's famous "Four Horsemen" were not with the team in 1926. The regular backfield that year consisted of Edwards, Flana gan, O'Hoyle and Hearnden. Q. How can rain or snow be pre vented from sticking to a wind shield? A. Mix about two ounces of glycerine and one ounce of water with a dram of salt, and apply to the glass with a cheese cloth ver- tioally. so that the mixture will CAUSE OF 'JAKEY' PARALYSIS FOUND Ginger Substitute Used in Cheap ashing-ron. Poo. 31. The cause of KinR paralysis has bcrn detor iiiim d. This paralysis, which has afflict fd thousands of victims, is not cuiis'm) hy linger at all, but by a compound known to chemists as tri ortlio cn-syl phosphate. This chemi cal is the main constituent of tcch iii ?al trie rpsy! phosphat which is widely usM in trade circles, espe cially in the manufacture of var nishes, shellacs, and similar prepara tions. Being1 clv'ap and readily ob tained in any Quantities, it, appears to have, hen usd by irresponsible makers oE so-called ping' r extract to replar-f; tho ginger. There seems to be no question that the adulterated paralytic ginger extract contained tri -on ho crrsyl phosphate in an ap proximate concentration of about tvo pt cent. Th. Oiit-d States Public Tk-alih st r ic.j hfjs been working on the public. Ivnlth aspects ot "Jake paralysis' since, the wide appearance of this condition in certain sections of the country last winter and spring. In attacking the probh ni, it icon became evident to investigators that they wore dealing with a new form of paralysis and one in which many possibilities were involved. NEW YORK EXCURSION Four Times Daily SQ.50 ONE .75 ROUND i WAY J TRIP Return Tickets Good 30 Dajs PILLMANS OF THE nifiHMAA Comfortably Heiitel. Bonded and Insured. No liner Built. Guarantee Your (.oraTorf. LEAVE ROUEI.I.'S DKT'G STOKl 77 West Main Sit. 9:00 A. M.. 11:00 A. M., 3:40 P. M and 6:40 P. M. Daily and tindRy Running; Time 4'e lioura Phone 1901 Make Reservations Early Buy Tickets Itefore Hoarding Coa h Be Sure It's a Yankee Coach. YANKEE STAGES, Inc. PALS ' j MOW - DO HE KV BEST TO A. NPWAEL fER dou't know MER.CAtsi OR. NWlET I 7; -f VM As the investigations proceeded, it became evident that some form of phenol was the causative agent. Soou attention was centered on technical tricresyl phosphate. Chem ists of the prohibition bureau had found similar substances in sus pected extracts. As a number of different chemicals enter into the manufacture of this commercial product, it became necessary to sep arate them and find out what effect each might have it used in a bever age. This has been done and it has been found that tri-ortho cresyl phosphate, either itself or in com bination with other chemicals of harmless nature, when given to various kinds of animals will pro duce exactly the same kind of par alysis as that caused by drinking of "Jake." The Public Health service has no record of a single case of paralysis caused by ginger prepara tions manufactured by reputable pharmaceutical concerns. Tri-ortho cresyl phosphate is, therefore, defi nitely established as the specific cause of the cases of so-called "gin ger paralysis.' Studies conducted on laboratory animals show conclusively that a paralysis of the extremities can be produced uniformly in monkeys and oher animals by the injection under the skin or by oral administration of the chemically pure as well as the technical tri-ortho cresyl phosphate. The failure to produce any symp toms, whatever, in monkeys with enormous doses of this poison given by mouth indicates that it is prac tically not absorbed from the in testinal canal in that species. The precise reason for including this remarkable substance as one of the ingredients of a substandard fluid extract of ginger made and sold for beverage purposes will probably m-ver be known, unless a confession is ta rung from the guilty ones. Tt seems entirely reasonable, however, to suppose that it was in cluded on account of its physical or other properties which make it dif ficult to distinguish from the normal pinger constituents. Only a chemist of considerable ability could have thought of this; and had there been anything known about the pharma cologic aetion of this substance and th possible dire consequences, it is probable that it would never have hanpened. From this the rpiestion naturally arisrs hr to whether there are not many oth'-r organic com pounds of great medicinal interest, perhaps some with great possibili ties for the treatment of disease, awaiting the attenion of investigators. ARRESTS IN 1930 3,308 for Past 12 Month Against 3,871 During Previous Year 11 per cent reduction in the number of arrests for drunkenness during the current year as com pared with the year l'J-9 and a cor- I responding decrease of approximate j ly 17 per cent in the total number I of arrests over the total of tho i previous year stand out in a perusal of the police records of tiic two years. 1 For Iti-ii the records carry a total number of arest-s of 3.S71 as against j 3.30S for the year ending today. I This is an actual decrease of 5'!3 or an average decrease of sliphtly more than 10 arrests for each week I of the year. During 19 23, 515 persons were arrested on charges of drunkenne-ss while only 441 were taken into cus- tody on this charge during 1030. ! This decrease of 77 is an average I of slightly more than one arrest a ' week less on this particular charge. January proved to be the big month of the present year with a total of 401 arrests. August was the dullest period when only Hi per sons feSl into the hands of the police. During the year previous, Novem ber was the banner mouth boasting the unusually large record of 524 arrests while in .March of that year Welcome, Little AMD DiO YOU THIMV4S) PER. s r 1 only 221 persons were arrested. Violation of the motor vehicle laws stood out as the most consist ent reason for persons coming into contact with the police during 11)30 with violation of the city's ordi nances following a close second in this respect; 7S4 arrests were re corded on the former charges while 658 arrests were brought about be cause of the latter. DEPT. OF JUSTICE ASKSDRYRULING Seels to End Uncertainty Fol lowing Clark Decision Washington, Dec. 31 VP) Keeking to end uncertainty regarding va lidity of the ISth amendment, tho justice department had before tho supreme court today a request that an early hearing be. given its appeal from the decision of Judge Clark of New Jersey. AVith the request was a brief set ting forth concisely the govern ment's disagreement with that jur ist's conclusion that the prohibition amendment w-as invalid because ratified by state legislatures rather than constitutional conventions. Solicitor General Thaeher. who pre pared the brief, with the aid of As sistant Attorney General Young quist and four other attorneys, an nounced himself ready to argue the case any time. Briefly, the go ( rnmeitt's argu ment was that the language of the constitution left no room for th i construction given by Judge Clark: that the supreme courl had so held already; that substantially the ar oMimnnt resented in this ense had been advanced in the national pro- hibition cases of in:", and that j there was no "ambiguity" in the j language of the consiuuiiomn sec tion dealing with amendments to require modification by "principles of political science" as held by Judge Clark. May Set Pate Soon Justice officiate were of the opin ion the supreme courl would set a date for the argument on its nt opinion day, January 11. The. court nt. present is in recess until nct. Monday. It will recess again on January IS until February 24. and the government's representatives are hopeful the case will lie heard be fore that. Thaeher said in the request for early hearing: "The decision fby Judge ClurKI has received wide publicity and has produced uncertainty regarding Ihe validity of tho prohibition Imws which, unless promptly settled by I his court, is likely to encourage disregard for those laws and will hamper the government in their u forcenicnt.'' Sees i:nforoniHnt f'llaisr Meantime a discussion of the Clark decision in a statement 'ssued by the congressional districts modi fication league contained the asser tion that the "collapse of ; i-ohihi-tion enforcement Is so complete" Uif p-nvernlncnt cannot protect th-' medicinal whiskey In its bond-1 warehouses, and that this is being sold, cut and adulterated while still under government. s a!. Another statement, issued by the Anti-Saloon league, viewed with optimism conditions of the past year and forecast for 1031 no ma terial change except improved en forcement. The league foresaw a benefit in the expected law enforcement com mission's report 'hrough "quieting of endless rumors and predictions" about its m-obable action. The commission itself continued work with only a bare majority of the members presir.t. They were still uncertain as to how r.oon they could hand in their report. The richest native Indian prince in the world Is said to be Nizam of Hyderabad, ruler of India's premier state. It has been computed that his wealth exceeds thai of Rocke feller and Ford. StTJanger NO- 0DrAT - I JUST VJHV ? mciwa - P.i it vt'c. TOO BAD 1 .OUMQ Flashes of Life By tile Associated Trestj. New York Babe Iluth guesses he'll have to worry along in golf by socking the new balloon ball only 250 or 260 yards. He hopes to offset tile loss of distance by better put ting. Iowa City 'Wonderful tip to the duffer: Just think of a good drive. Said Dr. Herbert S. Dangfield of Princeton to the American Psycho logical Association: "The secret in golf, as in typewriting, learning to read, or in doing anything, comes from being clearly conscious of the thing to be done and not the way to do it." Washington - Wonder how many foreign golf balls will come to tho country in 1931 when a larger and lighter variety is required in the United States and a smaller, peppier one is legal in Britain. During the first It months of 1930 imported balls totalled 1.824,007. Tonbridge, Kent, England Workers here who make about all tho cricket balls there are have gone on strike. Providence, 11. I. Bill Smith, weight 2IJ0, must reduce to 200 if he desires to stay on the police force. Sentence was imposed because he fell asleep on his beat. UOIthlMi VIII It DPI.I.AK ONK HlMIKKIl K.NTS WORTH l."lini;,Hs l.ns.u :L larne number of studies have shown lhal a property ensln.'. l.-il family huilfr.-t sy.stf-ui an. I ihn rr'ailtinp cheek on expenditures ull i. .-ut in a saving of a proximately one-u-iali ot the in- omo of nearly ;'. II 1 1 It Itr, it 1 ..ii vain your liollai-. to sleet, h to their utmoi-t. von ran make them Mi'!.:, ci!-. J;'s comparatively a simple matter. Our Washington Bu- a h'lilerni lli.tt t"ll.- you hew. t .ontaills sample hurtgf-ts for most ut". mo. jc.h not so iim. li how mil. Ii you make, hut how you spnd '"nuts. 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At a din ner giving by Assistant Secretary Jahncke there was a cake made in the form and colors of his flag. Orange, N. J. The Rev. James J. Smith, Roman Catholic, is to de vote his salary for the next two years to pay off church mortgages because a Christmas collection for the. purpose, amounting to 3,120, was stolen from the church safe. TOK BKST BESIXTS 1K HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS STATE raid. 1 4 Coin4 Concern 9 onlg bg PHONE 1603 CLIFF STERREI AY MR. ROBINSON CRUSOE