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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, RICHMOND, IND., THURSDAY, NOV. U3, 1922.
IVby Marion Robincasa
I"": DISCOVERIES i
From the dock to the camp was a
rushing three nours trip. They stopped
Eimply to put Gloria's trunks into the
care of the janitor at George's apart
ment house, leaving only a suitcase
with present necessities in the car.
"But I need- some old clothes for real
camp life," Gloria protested. "Shall
we stop at my little flat ?"
"Oh, I went around there and packed
your last season's tweed, wool stock
ings and old shoes and some other
things you'd need. They're in the car
now," Pan assured her.
Gloria leaned back with an odd lit
"You reduce me to helpless amaze
ment," she laughed. "You think of
everything. George, ha3 she spoiled
you completely too?"
"Not yet, but she does her best,"
. Baid George from the front seat.
Then followed two hours of fast driv
ing over Connecticut roads, and a turn
from the main road to smaller and
smaller ones leading into the hills, un
til finally they reached the "camp."
They had tea hot from the patent bot
tle and sandwiches while they- sped
along, but reached their journey's end
with splendid appetites.
It was really a camp that is , it was
a rough little logbuilt house with a
sitting room that opened with wide
doors and windows to a screened porch
and the tiniest of kitchens, and above,
email bedrooms whose windows looked
into the green gloom of pine trees.
"It belongs to a batchelor friend of
George," Pan explained as she lc4 the
way by lamplight to Gloria's room.
"You can see how it's done up, with
brown repp curtains and leather chairs
a man's idea of simplicity and utili
ty." Gloria laughed at this. Pan spoke
with an assurance of opinion she had
never known in her.
"We're thinking of 'buying It," Pan
went on, a little self-conscious still of
the matrimonial "we." "If we do, I'll
fix it up I know of the loveliest, cool
est glazed chintz "
She put down the lamp, and adjusted
the windows. A woman cnme every
day to clean and cook; Pan herself,
however, was to get dinner, ts the
woman left early.
"Frankie's eating his supper now, it
was all readjr for him. I'll get ours
while you're putting him to bed."
But this process took so long, and
was such a mixture of hilariousness
and sentiment, that Pan had long
since finished preparations before Glo
ria came down to them her hair
mussed and her eyes alight from the
last merry scramble with the child.
They settled at length", after their
late meal, bt-rore the log fire of the
one big room. The leather covered
chairs were delightfully comfortable,
even though Pan did not approve of
them from the ornamental point of
view so comfortable, indeed, that the
three friends realized how deliciously
weary they were and sat there in the
warmth, too lazy and too contented to
"Such, a contrast from sea air this
curious pine odor," Gloria murmured
once, stretching herself a bit in her
In spite of her talk of the simple
clothes she needed, she couldn't resist
putting on a teagown of the most vivid
kind a crepe of the real Chinese lac
quer red, something made from a deep
ly fringed shawl that was draped
about her, the sort of thing that only
Gloria could wear, but that Gloria look
ed charming in.
She explained it, or apologized for
it, by remarking that it was "in the
suitcase. I had with me, so, of course,
"Of course as you got it in Paris, you
had to' put it on and show it to us,"
"Of course," agreed Gloria serenely.
At ten Pun went to bed pretending
the pine laden air made her sleepy.
"It's part of her charming tact to
leave us alone for a bit of gossip,"
said Gloria when Pan had kissed them
both goodnight. "And much as I
adore Pan, it's good to gossip a bit
with you alone. For one thing how
George paused to light a cigaret,
give it a long puff to fan it into glow-
life, and leaned back, the cigar-
ret as usual between limp fingers.
Behind her casually worded question,
he knew the amount of friendly anxie
ty that existed:- behind the great
black eyes that regarded him with ap- j
parent carelessness, he knew mere
was real concern.
"It's very well," "he answered, his
tone matching hers for lightness. Then j
he laughed. "Way? Didn't you ttonk
I was what they call a 'marrying
man'?" , 1
"So," she answered, turning back to
the fire. "You never seemed to be
one. I believe I am the only woman
you never were superior towards, and
that's because I never took you serious
ly. I shouldn't have imagined you
would be happy married, though I've
always wanted you to marry if there
was well, anyone nice enough."
"Possibly Pan isn't like most wo
men," George answered. "She has
depth of character and earnestness.
It's fun to watch her grow and to
help her. How about you? I never
thought you were the marrying sort of
woman, as far as that goes."
Gloria's smile was answer enough
Tomorrow Two Women
Should an artist marry?
Can an artist's wife ex
pect to be "happy?
Is jealousy ever justifi
What would you have
felt done in Doreen
Jane Phelps, popular author of
'My Husband and I" and many
other illuminating seriel stories
of married life, lays bare the
heart of a woman who was the
loving wife of a famous artist
in her new serial
a Woman's Life"
Beginning Next Monday
In The Palladium
LYNN, Ind. Revival meetings are
in progress at Peaceful Valley church.
The evangelist is Rev. Roe Auburn...
J. I. Thomas spent Sunday in Portland
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Spade....
Oscar McOwens was a business visit
or in Indian? K)lis Thursday Mr.
and Mrs. Elwood Hinshaw, Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Hinshaw were guests Sun
day of Newcastle relatives. .. .Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Shade are spending, the
winter in the southland. .. .Lynn was
well represented at the Sunday school
convention at Ridgeville Thursday and
Friday. . . ."Mrs. Ester Johnson was tak
en to Knightstown the mid-week,
where she will take treatment. Mrs.
Johnson has been in very poor health
for some weeks past. . . .Work is being
pushed as rapidly as possible on the
new waterworks plant. Excavation
will begin next Monday. . . .Mrs. Elmer
Lytle was taken suddenly ill in Green
ville, Ohio, Sunday. She was taken
to a Dayton hospital where an opera
tion was performed the fore part of
the week for appendicitis Miss
Elma Haisley, Miss Sadie Haisley,
Frank Haisley of Muncie were week
end Kuests of Mr. and Mrs. William
Swain Miss Alice Swain of Rich
mond was the week-end guest of her
sister. Maude Swain Mr. and Mrs.
William Swain, Miss Alice Swain of
Richmond were guests Sunday of Mr.
and Mrs. O. W. Hinshaw at Winches
ter The Fidelity and C. B. A. class
es -met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E.
J. Hinshaw Monday evening. A most
delightful time was enjoyed. Prof.
Ruben was the speaker of the evening.
MIDDLEBORO, Ind. Mr. and Mrs.
Park Elwood were pleasantly sur
prised Saturday night at their home
on the Cart road. The evening was
spent socially and a delicious lunch
was served to Mr. and Mrs. Fred De-
moss, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sullivan, Mr.
and Mrs Joe McKee, Mr. and Mrs. B.
B. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Charle3
Strader, Mr. and Mrs. Will Currey,
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Curlin, Curtis
Railsback. Ruth Barker, Josephine
Strader, Helen Kerlin, Byron McKee,
Lester Strader and Kenneth Demosa.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bollett of
Richmond, spent Tuesday with Mr.
and Mrs. B. B. Williams Mrs. Alta
Griffith of Lagrange, is spending sev
eral weeks with her parents, Mr. anl
Mrs. B. B. Williams Mr. and Mrs.
Ferdinand Keller of Greenville, were
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Char
ley Townsend Riley Lyons is ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mayer of
Richmond, and Walter Mayer of Con-
nersville, and Miss Marie Calkins vis
ited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Hawkins and family
Mr. and Mrs. Normand Kirkman speit
from Friday until Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Roscoe Fowble of near
Whitewater Mrs. Mary Pemberton
and Kate Cook spent Monday after
noon with Mrs. Oscar Hawkins
Miss Nettie Bennett spent Tuesday
afternoon with Mrs. Charley Town
send.... Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Land
wehr and Mr. and Mrs. T-J. Addleman
visited Mr. and Mrs. Maggie Hill of
near New Madiscn Sunday afternoon.
Bees are least apt to sting and are
better natured when gathering from
SYSTEM OF GRADING
DISCUSSED AT DENNIS
BY PARENTS, TEACHERS
Considerable discussion arose over
the subject of school habits grading, at
the meeting of the Dennis Parent
Teachers' association Wednesday
night. Principal N. C. Heironimous
explained that by the old 6ystem of
grading Btndents on their school hab
its, nearly 60 per cent of the school
would receive A grades. In regard to
the new system now installed in both
junior high schools. Principal Heiron
imoos said, "Since the installation of
the closer and more observing system
of grading students on their habits, a
much smaller per cent is now receiv
ing A grades."
"The student ia forced to work har
der for the high grade in school hab
its. Many of those who received A
grades under the oW system, now re
ceive C grades," sail! Principal Heiron
imous. "Parents of children receiving
C grades for theVr habits in school
should not feel discouraged over this
fact, for C signifies that the pupil is
average and is causing no trouble, hut
that he could rise up to the higher
A general open discussion among
the parents and .teachers on this im
portant subject was held during the
major portion of the evening.
Music for tB evening's entertain
ment was furi'ished by various per
sons. Mrs. Hallow Lindley introduced
Gertrude Kohl;r. who sang two songs.
Two solos wi?re given by Francis
Brown and Mr. Mitchell sang two so
los, "The Slavci Song" and "Duna."
Short talks 'irere made by Miss Hei
ger.on the entrged scope of the math
ematics department, Miss Annie Wil
son, of the social science department
and Mr. Ennis, of the English depart
A report from the committee ap
pointed to look after needs (of the
school restroom was heard amd the
committee continued. Its miembers
are: Mrs. Walter Fulghum, Mrs. E.
E. Grant and Harrison Scott A com
mittee to formulate plans to secure
more books for the school libhary has
been appointed. Its members Teing:
Walter Snaveley, Mrs. Eunice Maule,
the Rev. L. E. Gates and Miaa Annie
Wilson. It will report at the next
HOLLANSBURG, Ohio Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Little are the parents of
a son, Richard.
WEST RIVER, Ind. Mr. and Mrs.
Carlton Rollins are the parents of a
LYNN, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon
Dalzell of near here are the parents of
a daughter, Winifred Ellen, born Nov.
To Give the Hair a"
Naturally Wavy Effect
Ever since the virtues of the silreer
Ine hair-curling method first became
known in this country, druggists here
have been having a really extraordinary
demand for liquld'silmerine. Its effec
tiveness, its convenience and Its en
tire harmlessness doubtless have been
responsible for its increasing use
among well groomed women.
One need only apply a little of the
liquid with a clean tooth brush before
doing up the hair and the tresses will
have a beautiful wavy and glossy ap
pearance which bears no marks of arti
ficiality. The best way is to divide the
hair into strands and moisten each of
them from root to tip. There is no dis
coloration, no sticky, streaky or other
unpleasant feature. Liquid silmerine is
fine for bobbed as well as long hair:
also as an aid in shaping "ear muffs"
and In keeping them in place over the
What a Wise
The woman who takes
pride in her baking and
is watchful of the family
health is never won away
from ROYAL Baking
She knows that it is abso
lutely pure and depend
able that for over 50
years it has been used in
the best homes in the
It Contains No Alum
Leaves No Bitter Tost
Don't let child stay
MOTHER, MOVE CHILD'S BOWELS
WITH "CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP"
Even Cross, Feverish, Sick Children Love its Taste
and it Never Fails to Empty Little Bowels
When constipated, bilious, irritable,'
listless, or full of cold, your little onei
r.eeds a teaspoonful cf "Caniornta rig
Syrup" to quickly stnrt liver and bow
el action. In a few hours you can see
for yourself how thoroughly it works
the sour bile and undigested food right
cut and you have a well, playful child
Millions of mothers keep "California
Fig Syrup" handy. They know a tea
spocnful today saves a sict child to
morrow It never cramps or overacts.
Ask your druggist for genuine "Cali
fornia Fig Syrup" which has directions
for babies and children of all ages
printed on bottle. Mother! You must
say "California" or you may get an
imitation fig syrup. Advertisement.
Pasteurized Milk and Cream
KRAMER BROS. DAIRY
BED ROOM SUITES
Furniture cf Quality
614-616 Main St.
COFFEE CAKES 1 ftf
large, each XUC
NEW SYSTEM BAKERY
913 Main St
Formerly Reed Furniture Co.
Cor. 10th and Main
A igood start for,
a good day 's work
Hot muffins, golden brown and
fairly; bursting with the fine, full
flavoi; of choicest wheat there's
a breakfast to start any man off
with . a smile.
Mui ffins made with Valier's Enter
prise Flour have a flavor and a
ricliness such as no ordinary flour
cat i give. For Enterprise is pro
du ced from only the finest of wheat
the creamy, white centers of specially-selected
hard winter wheat.'
Slbwly milled by a special process,
Enterprise comes to you with all
the natural goodness of
tJhis fine wheat fully re
rained. Therefore it
joes further, and assures
better baking. 'V
We Are Giving Records
Which Are Purchased Between Now and Christmas
Come in and let us explain our proposition which entitles yon to
these free NEW GENNETT RECORDS.
Our terms on phonographs are as low as $1.00 down and $1.00 per .
week. Can you afford to be without music In your home when
such reasonable terms are being offered by us.
THE STARR PIANO COMPANY
931-35 Main Street
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS
8 DAY SALE
The biggest Mattress values in the city offered
in this sale, which starts tomorrow and contin-
ties for the next eight days.
Combination Mattresses, felt and wood CA AQ y
wool, full size; sale tlUO g
$8.50 all-cotton 45-pound full size Mat- QO S
tresses, sale tpt)0
$12.00 guaranteed all-felt Mattresses, QO QO
45-pound, full size; sale vOtiO
$12.98 guaranteed all-felt Mattresses, QQ QQ K
45-pound, sale tP7t0 3
$20.00 extra quality white felt Mat- Q QO $
tresses, sale price DXO0
Our best $25 white felt Mattresses Q- rj QO S
with extra good tick, sale $ A tO
All-felt Crib Mattresses QO QO
sale price tPOi0 k
All-felt Sanitary Cot or Davenport Pads, Qf QQ l
20 pounds, sale tPAotO $
BASS, WHITEFISH and HALIBUT
THURSDAY and FRIDAY
The Importance of
You know what they mean to a'
painting to a lady s toilette-
Or to a motor car's equipment!
Turn to the "Auto Accessories" column
in the Alphabetical Classified Section
today. - -
(Copyright, 122, by Basil li. Smith)