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" When a Girl "
By ANN 1.151.K A New, Romantic Serial Dealing With the Absorbing Problem of a Girl Wife Copyright, 1919, King Feature Syndicate, Inc. CHAPTER CCCVII. Toward noon of the day after Carl Booth's beefsteak dinner, Daisy Condon telephoned me. It was the first time she had per taken the initiative where 1 am concerned, but I didn't deceive m>- self into thinking it indicated grow ing friendliness for me o n the pari of Kate's little sister. "Would you lunch with me this noon, Mrs. Harrison?" she asked adding hastily in anticipation of my hesitation to let her spend money on me. "Really you 11 be for your own lunch out of the n e dollars and a half I won from you at bridge last night. 1 want to see you and I can well afford to treat to-day, you see. "All right I'll see you, but I hate feasting off your ill-gotten gains, I agreed with a mental reservation about who'd take the lunch check despite the fact that I remembered the old days when I'd resented al wavs having to be the guest. When I met Daisy 1 ordered only cold eggs and slaw in mayonnaise, with coffee to top it off. Her eyes twinkled. It was easy to see that the habit of humor and happiness might easily light Daisy's sullen and drab little face to piquant prettiness. "In case I wasn't bluffing about whose party this is," she said gaily "you order the cheapest and most filling things you can find. Really, Mrs. Harrison, you're a regular guardian angel." I felt my face crimsoning. it ntisht have been more amusing if it hadn't been so annoying. "I want to be your friend Daisy, I said trying not to have it sound prim and stodgy. Daisy's eyes widened and stared at me. "I guess you would, too—if you knew how," she said. "And per haps things would have gone the same way even if you hadn't come along. Well, after all, no one can do better than their best. Now your best is a recommendation to Mr. Mason. I've resigned at Haldane's and I'm going to Mr. Mason's office How Fat Folks May Become Thin If you are suddenly becoming stout, or if you have been putting on flesh for years, the cause is generally the same—lack of oxygen varrying power of the blood. This trouble occurs mostly in men and women over thirty but it may be easily treated and with out any of the privations most fat people imagine necessary to reduce their weight. Simply go to your drug gist, and get a box of Phynola. Take five grains after each meal and at bedtime. Wonderful results should be quickly accomplished by this sim pl# treatment. Be sure however you get the genu ine Phynola. It is put up in original sealed packages, is pleasant to take and gives prompt results. Gorgas, the druggist, stores 16 N. 3rd St., Third and Walnut Sts.. and Penna. R. R. Station. C. Keller's Drugstore and George's Drugstore can supply you. THE PANGS GF RHEUMATISM Cannot Be Rubbed Away With Liniments You who are afflicted with this most painful disease—who know from experience just how excruciating its pangs arc—get this fact fixed firmly in your mind and it will aid you in finding a way to a com plete recovery. Rheumatism cannot be rubbed away with liniments, its pains and pangs cannot be wiped out as if by magic. A disease that is so full of torture and finally renders its victims so helpless, is a deep-seated one; it is not on the surface, hence it cannot be reached by external, sur face remedies. This is no the ory, for our own experience doub'Jess has shown you that you can never expect to rid yourself of the disease i'n this way. For the chances are that you, like thousands of other sufferers, have been misled in to the hope that liniments, lo tions and other applications would cure your rheumatism. But what has been your ex perience? The pains possibly have been lessened for the time being, but have they not promptly returned, often with increased severity, and arc you really any nearer a cure than before? You certainly are not, and you never will be as long as you rely upon treatment that at best is merely a makeshift. See what Mr. J. L. Agnew, of Mt. Vernon, Ohio, says of what S. S. S. did for his rheu matism : "For ten years I was badly afflicted with Rheumatism, the pains in my knees, legs and ankles being almost unbearable. I tried various remedies with out results, until a physician advised mo to use S. S. S., stat ins that the disease was in the blood. After taking a few bot tles the pains and soreness were greatly lessened. I con tinued this medicine until all pain, serenes sand inflammation were gone, and I was complete ly cured." J. J. AGNEW, 606 E. Gambler Street Mt. Vernon, Ohio. This is a typical case, and WEDNESDAY EVENING, after lunch to make final arrange ments about taking charge of his uptown studio." "Why are you doing this," I gasped. "Why? Oh, for a number of rea sons. First of all—l like Mr. Mason." "But Daisy, liking a man isn't a legitimate business reason for giv ing up a splendid position and real prospects for the future " "How do you know what my pros pects with Mr. Mason are?" inter rupted Daisy pertly. "I can't know of course, unless you choose to tell me. But at Hal dane's you might come to be lit erary editor some day. You have a splendid position now. You're about to come into personal touch with Mr. Haldane and your own I ability and willingness to work ought ito do the rest." "Literary editor, indeed!" laughed j Daisy scornfully. "Fifteen years from now, maybe. And I'm sick of the old galleys and cuts and forms, j I'm sick of the smudgy proof sheets i and the bang of the presses up in ' the composing room. I like beauty j I'm going where it is. Lovely things my eyes. I've resigned I tell you! jWe needn't discuss Haldane's any ! longer." "All right," I said gravely, "What j are we to discuss?" "Why, your standing sponsor for |my character. Ordinarily Mr. Mason j says, he'd ask anyone who was to j take charge of a place like his up town studio to give him a bond for lat least $5,000. Of course. I can't do that. And 1 wouldn't feel I could ask you to either. But if you'll just tell him how you feel about me " Her words made me start. "And what must that be?" I asked interrupting in turn. "Why you've shown how that is. You've taken me about socially. You got me this dress. I know it's all for Kate —but this is for her, too. I want to get away from Hal dane's. You've made me see I have to. I can't stand the strain of be ing there everything—with him. No ! —please don't say a word, I'm trv ! Ing to forgive you, but I can't talk ; about it toyou." ! "But Daisy, I haven't changed | anything for you. My friendship ! with him—dates back to the time ! when you were a little girl. I can't be melodramatic and make a large gesture of putting an old friend who is just that and no more out of my life —can I?" I replied with no pre tense that I din't fully understand. "Will you please not talk about it?" asked Daisy wearily. "I'm not blaming you being beautiful and desirable and making men forget. | I'm not saying that you'd come be | tween me and what I wan't if you could help it. But you have spoiled Imy chances. You've spoiled what I j think was my one chance at Hal i dane's. I think you almost spoil ed my life. Now will you dare dis -1 cuss it or protest?" "Yes, I dare!" I said hotly. "You I are all wrong. Love and friendship everyone who has had the slightest experience with rheu matism will continue to suffer and grow worse until they are finally practically un less they realize that the dis ease must be combatted at its source. Rheumatism is often a diseased condition of the blood, the disease attacks the body through the blood, hence the system can be rid of its pains only after the blood has been cleansed of the germs of the disease. Lotions, liniments and oint ments, applied to the surface may in some cases deaden the pain for the time being, but until you attack the disease at its foundation, you are making no progress toward a cure, and you are permitting the trouble to get a firmer hold on your system every day. This is one reason why Rheumatism is usually a permanent disease., staying with its victims year after year. Getting rid of' the disease is merely a matter of treating it intelligently. Knowing that it cannot be cured by external applications, it is folly to rely upon such treatment. S. S. S. is without question the most thorough blood med icine ever made, and it cleanses the blood of every impurity and disease germ. That is >why it seldom fails to give satisfac tory results in even the sever est cases of Rheumatism. Be ing purely vegetable without a particle of mineral or chemical in its composition, it works by eliminating and forcing out of the blood all impurities, acting as a tonic to the entire system at the same time. It has been in use for more than fifty years and thousands of sufferers from rheumatism give it un stinted praise. You are invited to write our medical department for full in formation and advice about the treatment of your own case, for which no charge is made. Address Swift Specific Co., 27 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga. Bringing Up Father Copyright, 1918, International News Service - By McManus MA<WE 'MXOU CANNOT- I Ifl ANaTOMAKE I II WEL L • IVE r,-* EO jl  || [Til (i t>WEL 1_ %MD /V FT • HONE OINTY _ ILLNOT t>UREI HE OOPVT /a 1 TH£ t>o TOO t O ME "YESTERDAY <t,\lF MOOjjE AM - HAVE I'LL CUT THE ' 111 I CAM T <jS>E. >T • _J WZ CONNA Caul. YOU UO UMh ' | lF WD are separate institutions. Friend ship doesn't satisfy a man. And It can't make love less necessary to him You will get what belongs to you. I don't change that." "Oh perhaps he doesn't care at all. Perhaps he never did. Never could. I'm not attractive. Let's not go into that!" muttered Daisy. "Only 1 know what I know. He's changed since you came back into his life. Don't make me humble myself any longer. I want to get away. 1 want to work for Mr. Mason. He'll give me my way out and ten dollars more a week than I am getting at Hal dane's. It only depends upon you. You've only to say a word. Will you? Do I get the job?" "It depends on me." I repeated dully. "On you! It's my chance. Do I get it?" To be Continued Priest, Founder of Scranton School, Is Dead in China Sernnton, Sept. 24.—Word has been received here announcing the death in China of the Rev. Thomas F. Price, founder of the Vonard Prepara tory College of this place, which trains Catholic priests for service in foreign mission work. The Rev. Fath er Price left here a year ago in charge of the first Catholic mission ary priests ever sent out. by that church in this country and was super rior of a mission at Quentung', China. CARGO CAIUUER IS LAUNCHED Philadelphia. Sept. 24.—The 7.825- ton cargo carrier Magmeric, named in honor of the Magnesia Association of America, was launched yesterday at Hog Island. Mrs. Richard V. Matti son. Jr.. of Ambler, was the sponsor. The Magmeric was the fifty-fifth ship launched at the big plant. DAILY HINT ON FASHIONS lE rr ' Z9BS | A SERVICEABLE, UNIQUE MODEL 2985—This design has a roomy, "carry-all" pocket, which however, may be omitted. The model is in "slip-on" style, cut with body and sleeves in one. Gingham, seer sucker, lawn, drill, khaki, linen and alpaca may be used for its develop ment. The Pattern is cut in 4 Sizes: Small, 32-34; Medium 36-38; Large, 40-42; Extra Large, 44-46 inches bust measure. Size Medium requires 5 yards of 36-inch material. A pattern of this illustration mailed to any address on receipt of 10c in silver or lc and 2c stamps. Telegraph Pattern Department For the 10 cents Inclosed please send pattern to the following address: Size Pattern No. Name Address City and State WHEN TO GATHER T ROOTS AND HERBS For medicinal purposes, roots and herbs should be guthered when their medicinal properties are at their best. For instance, roots of annual plants should be dug just before their flowering season, and roots of biennial or perennial plants after the tops have dried. All these things are taken into consideration in gathering the roots and herbs, mar.-y tons of which are used annually in preparing that most successful of all remedies for v lan's ills, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. H3CB3EIISBURO TEa^EGRXPH? OCTOBER 24 TO ! BE ARBOR DAY Dr. Fincgan Proclaims That Day For the Care of Trees j and Care of Birds Too | Friday. October 24, was to-day pro- i claimed by Dr. Thomas E. Finegun,; the new Superintendent of Public ] Instruction, as autumn arbor day j and bird day for Pennsylvania. The proclamation is directed to ; "citizens, school directors, superin-! tendents, teachers and the children • of the Commonwealth," and says, in i part: There is no State in the union j whose natural resources are mole. varied or more valuable than the j natural resources of Pennsylvania. A noted writer recently referred to j our Commonwealth as the "Indus trial Titan of America." The indus- j | trial supremacy of the State depends; i in a large measure upon her coal, i iron, forests and rivers. The vastj | mountain forests, the numerous I I rivers and streams and our delight- j I ful climate have made the land of! | Penn the abode of a large variety I jof summer and of winter birds. The I I birds exercise a great influence upon I ! many phases of agricultural life, and j the forests, streams and birds not | only influence economic and coni-i mercial affairs, but they are agencies j of great value in promoting the | health, the social conditions and the happiness ollour people. The school may not, therofore, render a greater service to the State • than to inculcate in every child' under its influence a spirit to eon-j serve every natural resource and to < protect every useful bird. Every I citizen of the Commonwealth should } he educated to feel that the waste of j any of our natural resources is a < national injury and an offense to the , good name of the State. I, there- | fore, suggest that on the day set 1 apart for the observance of the au tumn arbor day and bird day that the schools co-operate with the pub lic and with all organizations desir ing to promote the best interests of the State by holding such appropri ate public exercises in the schools or elsewhere as shall show the value of our natural resources, the rela tion which they bear to the con tinued prosperity of our pedple, the vital necessity of their conservation and how many of those which have i already been depleted may be in part • at least ultimately restored. Where an adequate number of trees have | been planted on the school grounds it Is suggested that the school au- i thoritics co-operate with the highway authorities in planting trees along the highways. The children and the adults will get much pleasure and will render a great service in per fecting plans which will extend to the winter birds a cordial invitation to remain with us and a hearty wel-j come to the summer birds on their | return to us in the spring. | THOMAS E. FINEGAPJ, Stater Superintendent of Public Instruction. Harrisburg, Sept. 18, 1919. October 0 suns and skies and clouds of Juno, And flowers of June together, Te cannot rival for one hour October's bright blue weather. —Helen Fiske Jackson. Don't Kill tlie Birds Don't kill the birds, the happy birds, That bless the fields and grove; So innocent to look upon. They claim our warmest love. The happy birds, the tuneful birds, How pleasant 'tis tq see! No spot can be a cheerless place, Where'er their presence be. —Colesworthy. From Autumnal Dreams 1 When the maple turns to crimson And the sassafras to gold. When the gentian's in the meadow, And the aster on the wold: When the noon in lapped in vapor, And the night is frosty-dold. When the chestnut burrs are opened, And the acorns drop like hail, And the drowsy air is startled i With the thumping of the flail— With the drumming of the partridge And the whistle of the quail. Through the rustling woods I wan der, Through fhe jewels of the year. —Bayard -Taylor. American Warship Anchored at Fiumc Malta, Tuesday, Sept., 23. —Rear Admiral C. P. W. Hope, R. N., who arrived here to-day on board the British Cruiser Cardiff, bringing British troops from Flume, reports that the United States armored cruiser Pittsburgh was among the war vessels oft Fiume when the Car diff left, while the cruiser Olympia had been ordered to proceed there. When Gubriele D'Annunzio arriv ed with his expedition, Admiral Hope said, his rjien deprived all the Allied troops of their arms, not even allow ing men on patrol to carry their bayonets. BtGBEE AHEAD Trenton, N. J., Sept. 24. Incom plete returns from yesterday's State primaries indicated to-day that New ton A. K. Bugbee, State controller a stet 1 contractor of Trenton, had won the Republican nomination for Governor and that Edward I. Ed wards, a Jersey City banker, won the Democratic nomination. VETERANS WILL BE GREETED BY SPROUL [Continued from First Page.] CITY MAKES FINE RESPONSE Harrisburg's response to the call for contributions to provide for the supper for the returned soldiers during the homecoming celebration has been so generous that Mrs. William Jennirrgs, chairman of the supper commit ! tee, to-day Issued a request that women of the committee nt once cease all solicitation of contribu tions. An abundant supply of cakes and fruit lias already been contributed and enough money is on hand to provide for other ar ticles needed. registered at the officers of the Chamber of Commerce will receive an invitation, and will be entitled to a medal, and participate in the wel come home demonstration. Every man who has not yet registered is urged to do so to-day. Mayor Daniel D. Keister will make the presentation speech during the Sunday afternoon service, outlining the gratitude felt by Harrisburgers for their service men. The presen tation of the medals will be made by a corps of Red Cross girls. Several local veterans will receive i official citations from officials of the J War Department during the service, j They are Major Samuel W. Flem ing, Sergeant Grover Speckart, and a posthumous award will go to Tim othy Naughton, in honor of his son, Francis X. Naughton, who died of wounds sustained in the Argonne forest. The parade Monday afternoon will be a military affair, it was de cided at the meeting of those in charge last evening. George W. Rhoads, commander of the G. A. R. in the Pennsylvania division, ap pointed Francis H. Hoy, a veteran of the Spanish American War, ah chief of staff. The first division will be composed of the veterans of pre vious wars, who will form an escort of honor for the veterans of the World War, in the second division. The Civil War veterans will ride in automobiles, each of which will be decorated with six American flags, j The details regarding the forma- ] tion and assemblying of the parade j were contained in the orders issued j by the chief marshal to-day. J. S. Lowengard, chairman of the merchants' council of the Harris burg Chamber of Commerce, has re quested all merchants to close their stores Monday at noon, in order that proprietors and clerks may partici pate in the celebration. D'Annunzio Proclaims Italian Warships Units of "Fiuman Navy" Pola, Monday, Sept. 22. Four Italian warships, the battleship Dante Alighieri and the destroyers Mirabello, Nullo and Abba, are named as units of the "Fiuman navys" in a proclamation written by Captain Gabriele D'Annunzio and distributed in this city. The proclamation praises the men of these ships for their loyalty to the Fiuman cause and extols them for their valorous acts. It is Muted here it was because of the desertions of these four vessels from the regu lar Italian navy that Allied com manders were forced to withdraw from the harbor of Fiume, which was considered unsafe while the Dante Alighieri was anchored there and was loyal to the D'Annunzio cause. Dispatches from Fiume soon after Captain Gabriele D'Annunzio's coup stated the Dante Alighieri was un able to leave port because her ma chinery had been damaged by the crew, but recently It has been re ported she had departed, having on board Admiral Casanova who was placed under virtual arrest in Fiume when he landed and attempted to interfere with Captain D'Annunzio's control of the town. There is no record in available lists of the three destroyers named in the foregoing dispatch, and they probably are vessels which have been built since the beginning of the war. DUNFDRD n THE WHOLESOME II BAKING POWDER Look for the jjmnflj big pound tin - lakjnc —sixteen full gewogg ounces. The powder with a food value. Go buy it today To Develop Naval Reserve as Emergency Support For Navy By Associated Press. j Washington, Sept. 24. Plans ; for organizing the naval reserve ! force and developing its efficiency as an emergency reserve for the ■ Navy were completed at a confer -1 ence just concluded here between re j serve officers representing all sec- I tions of the country and officers of ! the regular Navy. 1 The conference recommended ! legislation requiring the crews of all | vessels flying the American flag to enroll in the naval reserve. Ade quate appropriations to provide the training requisite to a high state of efficiency in the reserve also were advocated and plans completed for division of the organization into suit able units by the commandants of the several naval districts. Arrange ments likewise were made for as signment of training and cruising vessels by the Navy. Six Counties File Primary Returns Six Pennsylvania counties have filed their official returns of the Su perior Court and other Judicial pri maries at the Capital. Westmore land. Lancaster, Perry and Union filed to-day. The first official computation of a judicial primary in a district contain ing more than one county was made to-day. showing that in the Juniata- Perry district James M. Barnett re ceived 3414 votes and Judge J. N. Keller, 3055. The Westmoreland county return showed 19.033 for Judge C. D. Copc land and 15,671 for Judge D. J. Sny der. The Lancaster county return ohowed Judges W. H. Keller and C. I. Landis received ail Judicial votes cast. Judge Keller is a resident of Lancaster and received 13,750 votes. Canteen Workers to Plan For Jubilee Mrs. Francis J. Hall, chairman of the canteen committee of the Har risburg Chapter of the American Red Cross, has announced a meeting of the committee at the home of the secretary, Mrs. G. H. Orth, 208 North Third street, to be held to morrow at 12 o'clock. Arrangements ' for the part the commmittee is to take in the home-coming celebra tion will be considered at this time and Mrs. Hall asks a full attend ance. U. S. XEKDS CLERKS The United States Civil Service Commission announces an examin ation for clerk in the Bureau of Census to be held in this -city, October 18, and November 15. The salary ranges from $9OO to $1,020 a year and promotions through the various grades to $l,OBO and $1,380 will be reasonably rapid for those whose services justify advancement. This examination is open to all citizens of the United States and those desiring to compete should ap ply at Room 205, Postoffice build ing, Harrisburg, for application Form 304. Store Will Be Closed All Day T On Account of Religious Holiday NOTICE: In an effort to do two days' business in one, the values offered for FRIDAY BARGAIN DAY, will be bigger, better and stronger than ever. READ THURSDAY EVENING AND FRIDAY MORNING PAPERS, FOR DETAILS SEPTEMBER 24, 1919. ! Tenor to Lead Chorus | at Holiday Service The Rev. M. Locl.manovitz, one of the best-known Jewish tenors, has been secured by the congregation of Chisuk Emuna Synagogue, to lead a chorus of ten in the various services of the Jewish New Year festival which begins this evening. All of the services of this syna gogue will be under the direction of Mr. Lochmanovitz. Through an or der issued by the Secretary of War, all members of the Jewish faith in the service may return home for the festival. Rabbi Lewis J. Haas has also arranged that all Jewish soldiers in the Carlisle hospital may have furloughs over the holi days. New Year's greeting cards and prayer books have, been sent out among the Carlisle men. PLAN WINTER SI'ORTS Plans for the fall and winter ses sions and special entertainments by the Hick-A-Thrift Class at Pine Street Presbyterian Sunday School were discussed last night. There will be basketball and bowling. Leagues will lie formed and inter esting competition is expected. Russell L. Ellis, will be chairman of the basketball leagues and Oscar W. Crisswell will direct the bowling. Complete plan's with various teams, captain, and schedules will be an nounced later. It was also decided UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA I # Evening School of Accounts and Finance Harrisburg Branch REGISTER NOW! Every man and woman is face to For' Men A Women face with the problems of Post-War business conditions. Constant study Accounting has become a real necessity. Thorough Money A Banking training has become essential, not Commercial Law ■ • . . Real Estate only to serve your own interests, but Advertising & to meet the demands of our changing Selling business conditions. Industrial , _ , Management Courses in the Extension School Insurance give a modem bu-ir.cBs training. They Government equip you for advanced positions in egu a ion - industrial or commercial life. Registration every evening, except Saturday, 7 to 9 o'clock. For bulletins or further information, write or phone Repreientiiiv# THOMAS A. BUDD, Chamber of Commerce •0" I):III pit in IlullilinK, 11"rrislm r, ln. to estublish a Bureau of Employ ment. jay of Motherhood explains, why— MOTHEB'SFRIEND Is a veritable balm for the nerves; an intensely penetrating application that softens the muscles, relaxes nervous tension of the delicate organ ism involved in maternity, and pre pares the way for an easier, quicker and more practical delivery. Such reflects so markedly upon the unborn child- Mother's Friend is used externally. At all Druggists. v Special Booklet on Motherhood and Baby free. Hrodfield Regulator Co, l">ept. F-8, Atlanta,Ga. 5