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I MODERN FEATURES FOR ALL THE FAMILY |
J
BBinaiNG Vt FATHIB
tifttlsieiad U. S I'atent Oftlc*
"IMP ? m ? ?- ? j ? _ ? .
BY OEOBOS H'MANUB -J
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WELL COOO LUCK
I HOPE YOU <*\T OUT
\ Of TOWN 5EF06E .
j THE t>HEO|FF 'bEE'b
DlOrS'T I TELL XOO MOT
TO RECLIVE OFYOOR l?
ROWDT TR\?irsDt> HERE WHILE
) /Tta I'M OUT ? . ~J
' WELL WhM"
|^A^QUT>T9
N\R<b JOrsCb THAT LIVES ACROSS
THE STREET JUST TOLD N\E
SEE SAW A HORRID LOOKING
LOW -0>ROW COME OUT OF
3pTHI<b HOU5E - HE. WA/b A
FRIEND OF YQORt)- j
py int-l Pfmupe service. Inc. J
<bHE VVUZ. RW^HT Ae>OOT
H?N\ IbEirs' A LOW-6ROW
IbOT hE't> MO FRIEND OF
?\hMNE -HE't> "fOO^
^ MOTHER'S bROTHER! J
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The New Generation
By Jane Phelpe
SWEET SIXTEEN
i
Chapter 40. v
j The week* passed rapidly. Soon It
Van time to g?> home If Jusn were to be
there when she school term commenced.
A real friendship had sprung up be
tween Margaret and Mrs. Walter*, white
Joan arnl Ted were "chummy as j.-ouUl
be." to use Joan's expression.
Mrs. Walters lived In New York. He
fore they separated she made Margaret
promise that she would visit her before
the year was out.
"Krlng Joan if you think best, but be
pure and come yourself. One needs a '
bit of Metropolitan gayety once In a
while. It ac.ts llKc a tonic."
*'I tike her saying 'if you think best'."
Joan Mustered. "One would think me a
baby. I'll go If 1 choose, if l don't I
ahalt stay at home!" Joan, who had
(overheard the invitation declared in the !
impudent ton*, she occasionally adopted,
but which her mother realised was not ;
Intentional Impudence.
"She doesn't understand our way of j
living and thinking, dear." Margaret an- |
swered. And Joan knowing it was so 1
said n<? more. .
"It's good to be back In school." she
remarked after she had commenced the
term. "I had a perfei t!y bully time
this summer, jet I gucsa X like home
best." ,
It was the sort of remark Joan often !
made, anil which never failed to aston
ish her mother.
"It is good to be home." Margaret re
plied. "yet I t"" enjoye,-| myself every
moment of the time. And It old us b>>th
gc""l. J?vn- broadened us. Sometimes
I think we ?[;iy by ourselves too much,
or with who lead the same sort of
ftk IIv
"Now joa are talking like Mrs. Wal-I
| tcrs"
I "I crimps. yet t think she was right. I
I No on.- Is as happy as she who leads
tiny bur the right kind of life
"Ted w >s awfully nice too?but not !
.s n.ce a * Ma Scolrn." j
Margnr'-t never teased Joan about her
t.oy irb-inN N'...v she smiled as she
thought' she has returned to her first '
I
ltne" (r
"Malcolm U a great favorite of mine. . d
too." | J
"He thinks you arc the whole cheese."
"Oh. Joan'
"That's what he says when he apeaVs f
of you. It isn't my e x press Ion"
Joan's voi'i*l>til try of sum# was nlmost 1 j
limitless?when she wanted to tease her j
mother. Yet she seldom used it other- }
wise. ! i
Her fifteenth birthday had passed, t
thert her sixteenth A party on the I
lawn htarlted the first, a small dance
the second. Ted Walters had eome on '
for'the dance, and several others Joan (
had met In the Intervening summer t
spent at the same hotel In Maine. i
Margaret looked no older because of
the two years. Many of her friends
said she looked younger. Perhaps. he- |
cause her life had held more variety. '
they were right. She had visited New ' (
York each winter at Mrs. Walter's In- 1
vitation. This visit Mrs. Walters and
Ted had repaid In the fall when Mar- '
garet's home was at Its loveliest. [ 1
Craig Forrester had been abroad con- . '
tlnuously. If Margaret missed him: 1^
she wondered why he had so almost en- j (
tlrely dropped out of her life, she gave I
no sign A postal card, a sna|>shot from ,
some far off placo let her know he was ;
still alive. Jlut ho gave her no address, j
so naturally did rut expect her to write. 1
If she was a bit piqued, no one knew It !
As far ns wearing what >h? chose i
went. Margaret now paid no attention |
to Joan's wishes In the ma ter. Rut !
save when in New Trrk. she habitually
wore slrnpl* gowns, usually o.' a neutral 1
color. Once when dressing she had
murmured:
"No one cares?r nv " Who "no one"!
was. she <lld not s ate ,
Joan was Inexprerstblv gratlfie<l by;
Forrest's absence. Only once dhl she ?
speaK of him. Then she said:
"it's just heavenly to have you alii,
safe for my very own, and not have that ]
Forrester man hanging about the
house."
Margaret made no reply.
fTo-morrow?Joan is Worried.) ji
!mi~TTtFT ?"S
pnl Mm
Prevention is better than cure?and much rheaper.
INFANTILE PARALYSIS
A ttttl* child of from on# to Ave years i;
is put to bed seemingly In excellent ,
health In the morning It is found to
be suffering with high fever, and pain
In the back and limbs; and that paral
ysis. generally of the leu muscles, has
come in the night. If the doctor now
i..akes the diagnosis ??f infantile paral
ysis. the parent will likely recall some
? severe fall, some antecedent weakening I
disease. Such factprs are. however, not j
the real cause of the disease, though j
they have undoubtedly predisposed the |
child's tender tissues to the attack of i
the essential specific cause?the germ I
of Infantile paralysis. r>r. Flexner of j
the Hockefeller Inetltute In New York I
has f..und this germ and has demon-1
strated It to be an extraordinarily mln-1
^ ute. globular. vegetable parasite.
This "microglioma" is present In the
secretion* (.f the nose and mouth of In - J
fantiW- paralysis sufferers and Is com-j
munleatcd by intnns of kissing or soil-1
ed handkerchiefs, towrss and the like In j
such manner as t>> gain access for the!
germ t" the upper air passages of |
o'hers as yet unaffected Those suseept-i
Ible thus acquire the Infection. ilevelop'
the disease, and be<s>me in turn carriers '
And healthy persons, such as parents.)
who have been In Intimate contact with;
the glck. may also become carriers of |
though not sufferers from, the disease j
The gsrrr. thus lodged In the nose |
and throat will In children of sub-stand
ard constitution be carried In the lymph ,
channel* to the gray nerve ptnffila j
which control muscular action. ?specl-j
ally of the extremities.
Thus the disease Is called by doctors)
acute anterior pollomyletls <cray mar- i
row inflammation ) Kobert Louts Stev
enson's maxim "pity sick children." has
of course, a universal appeal, wherefore
many physicians have studied infantile
paralysis with peculiar Industry, not-j
ably Dr Klexner and his associates. I>r.
Lewis and Dr. Nojruchl. I>r. Lovett of
Hoston. and Dr. Anderson and Dr. Frost
of ths I'nlted States I'ubllc Health Ser
vice. Atul Health Departments have I
been most xealous to ascertain and to ?
apply the correct measures for the pre- 1
ventlon of Infantile i?ratysts. Now i
that the specific serin lias been dis-j
covered, a preventive strum will no;
doubt soon be elaborated, perhaps, let
us hope, a curative serum also. At pre-!
sent the outlook for i ne .sufferer Is jren-,
erally good as to life itself; but the;
severity and the fatality of the disease, j
as in all such infections, fluctuate jyide j
I
lv. When recovery does t ike place the
muscles are likely !o rei.ia.n small; and
perhaps through life the? ? may he re
tarded lone growth, dplornilty, |
circulation and Impaired constitution.
All Inuulrlos addressed to I >r lluh?T
In rare of the "Health TalJte" depart
ment will he answered In these e.damns
In their turn This requires constder
ahle time, however, owlnit to the ?r<nt
number received. So If n persona, or
quicker reply Is desired, a stamped nm!
self -addressed envelope must he enclos
ed with the question?The fMltor
L I THE CHEERFUL CffiRUB 11
I 5ometimes I pompously
I question liFe
I And fc.sk wK^t its
I problems me*vs\
I While hundreds of*
I exquisite little joys
I Lie under my eye*
|vnjc*n ?
: fn-c*"'".
After spending several weeks trying
o find u place for the event, the Meter
mod of the KolT Street Temple have
ocated a place to hold their antiu.il
ummugc sale. The sale will he con-'
lucted at No. 3S Twenty-fourth street
n Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday of
icxt week.
Mike Tollies, former Wheeling coii
ectloner. says it pays In the end to he
lonest He was charged with cunceal
n.?t Jl-.ouu in his assets when tiling
lankruptcy proceedings. Found guilty
n federal court, a sentence of three
"ears in prison at Atlanta was given
ilni. He says that he is bfukc and that
he money did hint no good.
Harry Ziegenfe'der, local Ice j
?ream dealer, has purchased the prop- i
?rty at No. t?7 Klghteeuth street and in- I
eruls starting the erection of a modern
>lant to manufacture Ice cream and can- i
Ilea.
Work was started yesterday in clean
n? the 30-Inch sewer in Warworn!. Foil- !
dderahle tr?uhle has hern expe.ti.iieed
iuritig the heavy tains for the past sev
>ral months'In the sewer stopping up.
It whs announced yesterday that a 1
Thanksgiving dinner will lie served a- I
the Catholic. Women's league from 1:3 '
jfull 7 o'clock on Thanksgiving Pay.
Tuesday. November It', will -he oh- |
served as Pollution day at the t'litol
Galley OeaerHl hospital, jellies fruits
?anned v?\geiahlc.1 and fresh vegetables I
ind many other articles are de.-lr-d
Kverett Seal.right, of 3I"1 l.ogan
str.-et, Me.Meoheti filed a voluntary pe
tttlon In bankruptcy with 1'. S 1'ommls
sloner John H. Conrad yesterday. His
liabilities are S77I t'S and h.s assets are
|1C1< 13.
COUNTY COURT !
Marriage Ltoenses
Marvin Tcagardeit. 51. and K*tella j
Rrb. IS. both ?>:" Wheeling.
Along Vantlync. of Kelmont court- j
t.v, Ohio. and Rather liurr. 57. of Mon- '
roe county, Ohio.
Deed*
Geo. E. MK'au.?liin.l and wife to W. j
R. Bckhard and wife, property in Klin I
Lirova.
Mary C. Serf-r to (*, .1, Chambers,!
property in Richland district.
RjVER NEWS
A stage of eleven feet and rising was
shown at the local wharf last night.
The General Pershing arrived ?t noon
from Pltttfrurgh yesj|erda\ on lier wnj
to Charleston, while the Senator ?*orellll
followed her closely front Pittsburgh
en route to Charleston
The <icneraI Roach arrived last night j
front Zanesville on h?r way to Pitts
burgh. The Helen K. arrived lost night
at 9 o'clock from Motmnras and will
leave on her return trip nf noon today.
VANO BOUND OVER !
Judge John S Ttltr. In poiiee court
bound Ambrose Vnno. an 1-liirhth xva'd
foreign merchant. over fee the nr\
grand jury een a charge of felonious as
sault. Patrolman Plshop charged \'ano
with making an assault upon Lit wren ? ?
Horo'onee with a hatchet at the fierm-'i's
store Monday.
sin?aa 'itirtT NEVEK. ,
By GENE BYRNES
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p.uT VOOLL /
V PAS' TOR,, /
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THEATRICAL MANAfSC*
FOfltiN^ A MAM MAT ACToa '
To A POfVTY El^HT <
WEEK CONFRACT AT I
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Intelligencer's
Daily Pattern
AN I.'I*-T? ?-1 'ATK
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Tl.l N :i lv;>f ? !r,-'< T11?? t Is I'li'o
apiropr'a't !or ? Iiiuhm*. i.?: ? .- -r aft?r
noon war Sitin nr. I !'.siir>il i
arc hore r<?ml.lni?<; ? >?<? n;M liavr t!il?
!n hroa?| olnpi am! *r:r. or rrrpr d*
<h:'r and rmSii o,i|. I ij also
In ?afl'ota s,?rro twdrr or fr.nllr
Tli- wal-r , , ,,, j., 7
Hir.es: 2it. "X. <11, <_', 14 nttil 4'i Inches
i. ? it?-.t?><<r?? Tlw skirt is rut in 7
Silt.'S l'ti. _'s. tin. ill hit? I 3'? Inches!
wulst measure. T? niitkr the ilress i.f |
i tie itimeriiil will require k-\ yards I!.'j
inches wiili if int'ie us i 11 ustr.;itI'J in.
the larye \ 1 ew , I?'? yards of Hunted And (
yanls ..f ;.l,iiti titati rttil will he re-.
quired C in-In s wide Tint width <>'. j
tin- rl.irt at ti e fn.ii Is ahitit 2'j. yarils.
Tli.s illustration .alls fur TWO rep.,
urate patterns, which will he mailed ti>|
nae address" ? ri rr-elpt r?f 12 rrn's l-'ofl
KAt'l! |.at tern In silver or stanips.
Write nam" ana retires* plainly. Sand
12 cents to Intrlhyi ticer office. Wheet- ]
In*. W. Va.
mm j
By SAM LOYD
2 Minutes to Answer Title.
Tins* i nt> ti'' sniffing the Si:n?l:i> roast
s'11?l*^is !n i< pii7.li' way Hip nnmi'a of
two IIt?h t'iin >"ii g ;p>s tlirm'.'
Anxw?r t> YoeterJay's FuzzU.
SPAN" SKA vluv TIK minus
fJICVT nt'is I.INK minus INK travel
SI'ANI Kl..
Experiments !n l-i:nl cxrrutlon show
lh.,: i"i.-oii cxpciting ;? shook will re
.'{o ? ?.? .. th.\t. woiiM kill one not px
pectlne it
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SIDE TALKS '
j by Ruth Cameron
^ ii CWT*4
ENOUGH IS ENOUGH
"Ttv ice cream parlor does more
harm than (he saloon."
"The American people hnvo pone wild j
on sweets and soft drinks."
The above statements were not made j
by an irresponsible sensation-seeker, 1
but b> a professor of the Harvard Col- '
lege Medical School.
l>otil)tless you will feci that he goes '
too far In likeninp the Ice crfarn parlor I
to the saloon. Very likely lie does. Hut ?
you never e.in hammer home a truth .
except by strong staternetit.
Cantlr Is Guilty on On* Count I
What is the case a pa Inst alcohol?,
first, that while under Its Influence !
men's Inhibitions are loosened and they j
would not do normally. Secondly, that j
it lnjur-t. the health.
< >n tli* (list count, candy and soft*
drinks and Ice cream come through not'
guilty. We don't do crazy things under ;
their Influence.
Hut how about the second? If ynit .
could somehow And a unit of reckoning
of the harm done by overloading the
stomach with this eort of thing. It
mlphi not come so far below the harm (
don" bv alcohol.
Sure That Didn't Make Her III
i'n a coastwise voyage which 1 once (
too!;, one of my fellow passengers, a 1
young p:rl. wa? exceedingly seaspVt, a!- ^
though 1; was not a rough vo yage. Sho ;
afterwards confided to me that while'
we It,;i c. foe the boat she had bought and
eaten a whole pound of caramels. Hut i
she was ?ure it was not that which had
made her ill. she said, as she had often I
done It before without bad result*. Ev
idently the motion of the boat had acted '
ns a last straw to an already overbur
dened stomach. Other times there bad
bc<-n no such last straw and the stora- . ?
ach had managed to deal with this out- !
rage. Hut think of the cumulative ef- r
feet!
The youngster who goes to the soda
fountain and eats four or five sickening I
rich sundaes Is a humorous character
in fiction, but In real life he is a really , ! .
serious situation.
Another stomach outrags > Is ths
Bridge club or afternoon tea, where at '
4:30 or 5 o'clock a lunch of Ices and '
rich cakes la served to women who. not
belong.ng to the class which makes a ./?
business of afternoon tea and arranges ? ?'
Its meals accordingly, will hate no ap- ? ?"
petite for their 6 o'clock dinner.
Too Xnoh Candy Zs Killing With
Kindness . .
And then there la the youngster who ? *
once upon a time would have had a pen
ny a week to spend for candy and whh
In these last few years of freely flow
ing money, has had nickels far more '
often than he used to get pennies, and
has gorged himself accordingly. ' ,'r
An outrage to the stomach Is an out- n, .
rage to the foundations of health and...),
consequently of happiness. It takes ...
more energy for the stomach to get rid
of an ounce of superflous food than to "'
digest a pound of food of the right kind t
give nat the right time. Can we afford
to waste this energy?
OFFICER SEES STEAM
AND DISCOVERS STILL
| Seeing shades tightly drawn on the.
windows and steam coming from a hole
I in a building, Federal Prohibition Offl
i rer Tom Arlington yesterday became !
| susplrlous.
An I n vest I eat ion was at once con
ducted with the result (lint a window J
wn? rased at the house in Pen wood j
i and ArritiKtoii went on in. A Sh-gallon j
^Ll?, in operation, .'too gallons of matih j
! arid IS gallons of whiskey was dls-j
I ? (IV -ted by li e ? rue*.
j The operator of tie still. It Is he-|
I heved. knowing the officer to be in the!
! neighbor!-, ptil'rd the lid from the |
| still whir-It allot ,,,'he steam to fill the j
I house Had it been for the fright j
of the operator, Arrlngton would prob
ihiy not i avi' delevteel the steam. A
! search of the house failed to find any
J tor son.
To help you save Is the mission of J
'tire' 1 igetieer Van' Ads.
f Day is Doubly \ j
f Rich, Pure Milk 1 i
I in Tins for your I
\ convenience end t
FOCH REPLIES
Rev. Raul Abraham, pastor of the
Syrian Catholic congregation of the--.
Church ?f Cur Lady of ilt. Lebanon,
has reoclved a- letter from General ???
Ferdinand Koch, In response to an lnvl--?
tatlon to visit this city tendered hire
by Father Abraham. Saturday, In the*9t
name of the local Syrlane. ?
General Focli thanked the Syrians for ?
the Invitation and assured them he would
corae to Wheeling If he could And time, *
SET A OB ITT BAJCBS. **
Washington, Nov. id.?Appointment +
of Charles S. Horner of Cleveland, as *
prohibition agent of the Cleveland did- ?*
trlct, acting under Director J. E. Rue- ??
sell of Ohio, was approved today by the m
prohibition unit #
GoodCoalil;
Nut?a special site for the I +
furnace. I 2
Also Run-of-Mine and Clean. I *
Reasonable Prices. D ?
GLENNOVA COAL CO. I =
Warwood Phone 26-J I *
MATINEE PRIOEli
2 TO 5 P. M.
Hot) Chocolate
(Regular Price 20c)
15c
The Mel-R Garden
Wheeling Steel Bldg.
IT'S A GREAT LIFE IF YOU DON'T WEAKEN
181? bj OMtn ftUttbew AA*m*.?Vr*a? M\r* Rsalfll?>r?l C. a Patent Offloa)
By JACK RABBIT
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