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BRINGING- UP FATHER LT. i'Atcat Offio# By GEORGE M'MAHUS th\^> HA*b e>EE:r^ A. PERFECT DA.-V I HWCNT t>E?K MA<^E CNCE-' j THATt; THE. THIRD *bET OF OltiHE-b TO ftLCV; Away - / I'VE MfVfIR ?bEEN H j 'x CALe:;!^rc err ^OLLY-HA^cie HUtrr HAVE. HEARv> WHAT i 1DA\O - y^ . 1 ^ / (c) 1922 bv int-l Feature Service. inc. M TODAYS SHORT STORY/ BY JyAj? Schuster ?A' 77 _v? - *? Tie obtacle n ii- ?ay of huppine.-s tor Henry I.: ' <? ... ! M.?r ha \Vi;.ri w .< ? a different* n art: ? rem; ..rumen:. Henry, a pal at. r. w <* a -tic.;.-- I r the estublrsh. .1 rd--r >:.?! Martha. i writer, believed :;r;> ? ? i: Iy '?? .-v.-r> thine that vax "new " Th-:r a:". :in?n"s v.-w'- * . sponsible fr>r anv r ;rrb. r <-f broken: cngac- m.'T.t ? ? l ?:????;*??: . that "hi n . l ac ? r take place. j "I oonocde the r-chf." the ;-a:nter j ?aid. "t'> your views -f this Jerky new i poetry n: .1 to yr which bids for .ar t. ..?lon b\ ;ener i e of wronsr word* *'d a rcckV a: l s-rambled misuse of the rifht one:. tvrt,in?i Is your rr.e and ! nm for vo-.j whatever you ?ay. In re'tirn. I'd Itke your consideration of n: * pn'r ire and re! ef from your mvir.c: about *h!s frenv s--.:ff. it is all wronsr." ?nd he wnv< I hi* a-m* excitedly, "call ing these tube sme.arinc col"r-rloters artists, ard you o-ijth: to kfiow it." When Tlenr.v bo'-nme exoi'ed Martha crow crtlm. "It !? my opinion." she "aid. "that a man should express hlsj Impressions sh-uid transfer his mind, and his m vl1 'fi whatever express;?:-, la his. He should rot he content to; follow "he e.a ts-.-p-i old fifties, to produce. pl.-.a-a a' ^.ic'ur. s faithfully, copied, but should da.re?he should dare the -v. sthle"- Martha ?h -'ic -.* this1 ?nun led w 'f'-bv snapped a hru-ka In f.v ? ? ' nrc tn-.en' ended in ar.ot';?r br \->ri >n Tjr?rre* t It would be all of a we--k he' . >-e )r w.is parched. "When a c -! eets 'h's fd-a That ?p! ' ?-.* nr.- v r^d H-nry told fcltrs ?:f. "*f.?'-e is no i-n'insr her. I kn- -v a ' 'he ?? follows who are ftkiiut *' ? r iv *o minute's fame and ?h< -^l * -n ? he n - w *r * 'hey are frauds. I wis'a she would u akc For a \\-.-e' /'-ir p .* *.\ . h e-?--h "* -> i' .>d for the n"h'-r *?> "take the rtire. Henrv t ?! Vo o-t-irse! ro-ild Interfere with ' > r'- lje th?-* finishing touches on his canvas. re strain (I bins-'* f- -m nddinr others which a 'cV >n I '? a? i? I !.???'.I.-.I telephcn- M ir ' ?. \hcep- m ndedlv he Yi, !*r?n : *">?? Sfjt**i r?- ' * ; he had ?<??! ?? w>?'p~ h's b' i---h to find the '? -%.e ,-d u%<> h'j s-r..*:e, f* was .a fjue,-- wl"; t.r leo or meaninr ! be for- t t. vise If s;udy lf. ? "It's f-inrty " rhe artist rhouchf. "but j that ;"if- r speaks ??? j;..- just as rny1 brushes d> and my snock. the way T' wipe thy pa r.' .rear ihe pockets. I' fmemb'-r. a* ar; * uc could t, ' > each n.aa's c ire.ess scrawls ar.d each , man's snu? k as they niing on the j ho k.~." H iJ'ow hi-.y;. ?jti. kly--. "but ill's n't aiin.i; :.g n> thing for) Martha's ?hrory." He sough: oth>'rj Pieces of T-..p<T bear,: tint > "-m j'lijes . had made and lined them on the table, j Then he smiled. | "I van' br n.- yoti ?0'ne work of e[ poor d ;Te- I p.-'ce.i up." he telephoned, to 'he sir! "Awful daubs. but he calls it jrre t s: rt As it is rlirht In , your," no I'd like to have you look it t oyer. ' He ? "ok Lho squares of paper ' with birr. "You must Vnow." Tlenrv explained, i "this man !? frirh' fully poor. He has! been borrow:at: paint :,r 1 using paper ( Instead of canvas. The vehicle. h* says., is not.hinc. Everyb.trs: is -he expres.j | sion. I think he's a : :t." Martha' [ smiled plty'ngly. ! "You would." sh? so!,*. | Before tlye rrir: s eves H"nrv spread j i the wclrrt b - V;s p.. ! sweeps of the brush, queer f irri< s < ; olor, etntidces . and. hen and * u? *, the valf eons.-'.--is drawing the abstracted ir ' - had r do as nno'ber mari deep in thrush', will ' plav with a pert "?the?.? grt.-te 1 the surprised eyes ' the ?;r i "Henry Little"' she hrml-ed. he-' hands ciaspcd under h- r a- 1 <?*.? v > : It. her voice. "To think it w.ts ;.? ?j who ( discovered tlrs ytiius ar.d tint rtvl" Th? n Henry Li't'e. who b'llevetl Mv. self an artist in r v i:v. laughed ? and b'Oj at this triumph. "Sll'y i;:r 1 ' he said "they ar* 'bo e'ruteh p 'Is -f my stud'... _the rnpers I foal with while I am trying to orr h i :in Idea No?v will you admit I em right ebon' t1'!.'* freak ar' stuff?" Martha ?!!?? a surpr'sTj thine Shq , api'ti'a*'d. Henry thong! ?. wth a re marhable suddenness, for what fho did Vv.ns k:"s him. ' "I will never critic!*? your work train." she ?.r'd slowly, and th.; obj: feud was ended. I That night she worker] 'on? with j 1 tr'aejs and tape ?>...T,(r.g (>,,? 0,(d p|.-tureS| I Henry had broach". "No. I will no* or tic'.s* him acaln ". i ?he -o'd h r-s'f. "'or this work?this) I is the re- 1 Tfenrvl" Tomorrow?Tho Heart of a Olrl. j ! Copyright 1 '22 George Matthew Adarnaj SIDE' TALKS j by Ruth Cameron j WHY DO WE,WANT TC FREEZE? j What h ?? mania f'?r i sr.-ar.;:ic ?> - ! cl'thes as p. s. ihlc tr.at I Mvius t" hav. gotten hoid oil the j younger generation today f <!' n't m-an fewer clothes in the tense? of abbreviated bathing s-uit- or j alee veil is'. ?::: c ? whs. though If I you t.y t ? 'a ? ? : -i pre ?" styles | Jn the terms of thi I al tts i i 15 years J ago they a"*' ???' ? tnber the J bailing sui's. .uii and at i-a?t to the kn>c?. that we *or\ as a matter of v>urs-. It? ?> i.i w fnghMully j daring 1 ?!? in. rrtwr seemed then "Fancy w'r a w- wiu.d have thought of i a lush j;. n a sleeveless gown. It would hav. ???? i:i impossibility. >1:11 :? on-- >>f \ard< of material must haw i>e?n sa\'d i>y the sleeves an I hems we have chopped off our dresses.. Vcrar As Well As Shorter Put I was thmkng of the reduction )f clothe* from the skin out. One of our shops has recently been advertising in undergarment which corub'nes rhr>|e garment . in one and) with the addrtion of one garment and ?ho*-* and sF>eVir.KS make* the lady who wears it ready to put on her frock, thus reducing '!resc:*,g to two carmen's and shoes and stock rcs. Put the ilna! recommendation >! is that it only weighs four o :r>- es* Fancy! The sim plicity and novi itv .if the garment ore going to scit rranv thousands, but that Aria? recommendu'i'.fi will ye'l ^iiil mure. I >.> you remember the days wr-?n ladies \\ r-- i Ml n iticr-a's is a mafer o* course. one short and one long. I ?!<>. and I remember when \v? dropn*'1 the tinder petticoat. And now ;??'*11 ro?ts s'tnp'y d" n" e\ t don't sup pose the rrg.r! has such a thing i !n her wardrobe "ill* 'o gn under f er?r'r;?i f ? \\??! ''' * ,'ift ?" ? ,.v'*ho,!t them she is obiged to 'fa;, b'.t ihej i jitttiroit Is r.on c*t ?* She Prefers To Tree re Pur. 'he most startling form of 'hie mania seems to me the crate for ir.suf-! tleient clothing in cold wea'her. T know a woman who lives in a city where the winter cdlmate is very cold ofte- running below zero. I have s-- ?r her ?tart for the theatre nr. a -old >"??? veir.brr day wltlj a frock and a lit .a tiny nock piece.^urivi.ig home at mld I > n.sfh: after a 'rip of lo m .!???, with no more protection. She wanted h, r h ;.i-i band to y:vc her a latg.r fur. T.e of those shoulder p:>--e.s. a:. I ? retusrrli because lie said he Ur.???.<? .-he would | make that do instead of a coat all win-1 ter Yet *hc had a lovely f ir coat. In-; cidentally. she :s n*>t a warm blooded perron. "I suffer tortures from the i-i.!?'?* .-he says, "but I'm not going to bundle up." L'O you who. live in the colder parts of the C"tin:rv remember the winter! suits and .oafs that w?- u--rd to buy heavy wool doth, warmly tnterllned. The sult> they sell today aro the weight that they u>od t ? seel for sum mer. Try To Hoat The TJnwlse This determination not to bundle up ? - ?? TmNGSTH^N^E^HAPPg OH 60SH! I FOeOOT TO W, ? KISS MY <SI?L M \ ^600D-Wl6HnJB| i | /^f^WmrNATlO^AI. tAHTOO* COW Y ? ' Diet and Health! By Lulu Hunt Peters. MDt / k ?*** qf Diet and Health, ruth Kttg to the Cafnnttjj DIPHTHERIA ANTITOXIN I Tv!'i y."?u yesterday that diphtheria, atiti; v,': :j not "itlthy animal ipaiicr" J sv.arm:; g with disease. but thai it :> i the pure .-crum P.ken from dear. young hursts which have been Injected arlllt-1 c'ally with some diphtheria to\m and so liavo developed a str ??ig J??t.? t -?-> and neutralizing product .i?u.:i;i tho poison1 of diphtheria. If a child has diphtheria and rccov- j era frotn it. it s tooause ;h- child's sys- j tem has manutactured a defense which) ha.-- c\ "refine tho poisons p.'tired forth; from tho diphtheria err ins which have! rettled In its throat Hut It is ubeo- j lutel.v criminal to take a chanco on m child": manufacturing- this defense when j wc liava at liatni a defense already manufactured by these young clean ? horses. Firms can be licensed to pre-1 pare antitoxin only by the I S. Public! Health Service, -it d a!] batch--: f ar.'!-1 toxin .ar? tested by tlvm. Death from diphtheria Is o-,o?.* the most frightful modes of death, f -r the , growing memhrar.e leads to liter..: strangulation. One of the most niirac* | ulous and beneficial discoveries of all aces is that of antitoxin. Since this) discovery tho de.i'h rn'e from dipht.he-i ria has msrk-'dly le- ?cn> d. Tho potency of the antitoxin to com-1 bat the poisons Is In direct proportion [ to the time it is administered. It ha * j heeu shown that when an't'oxln Is In-1 Jected at the first sign of the disease, there are no deaths. Oftentimes phy sicians who are In douh' .as to whether a sop? throat Is a diphtheritic sore 'hroat or no', will give antitoxin rather than wait until tho report from the: laboratory can come ba"k. Of shout i'.ei'O eases of diphtheria re- j ; really seems to have reached the he'eV of mania with the younger generation. , Tn summer It Is harm!e---.s. of course, b-it when It makes them try to keep 1 thene-elves warm (n winter hr using no the'r own hodlly enercv Insf.-^d r.f con 1 pervtnr It by proper cloth'ng. It Is :>n Miotic 'h'ne. T hope we don't go back' 1 to the daw of hustles .and two pofft j coats ard. goodness knows, 1k>w tr.anv , o'her undergarments, but I wish it | might be fashionable to wear enough for warmth. Tom.orow?Furnishing Household Oil prole] hv the n. y hospital for cor-| tagiotis diseases i; w.is found that whin antitoxin wn* given on the lirst day of diphtheria oily approximate!.! "J p-jr rer.t died: the second day about 7 per '???n:, the third day over 17 per e? nt, the fv.r'.h day i'3 per cent, and the sixth day per cent. Antitoxin is. with very rare excep tions, nbsolutely harmless. and the re ; orts you hear of untiloxln causing death are usually those of cases that havi r- cc-tved it ?"* :> last resort when it h.'> i- en too ? lato to oveicoine 'he I'oisi :.s i-:" the diphtheria The patients die ??in diphtheria, not antitoxin. N"t miJy <i? ??? ?. anlitoxln save t'rem le.atli the diiid or adult suffering f-om diphther ia 1. it. gl . cut in immunizing doses 'I tlw-o* w oJKxc I teen ?\jio?-Oi! In tie h.-'i-ohvod. I* prevents th-- con tmotion "f the diM.tse. I? is one of the most striking tiling J in tim practice of nw-dicino to the (opinion' ?. membrane In a child's throat lii'fln to recede arid tlnal'.y come off and immediately the symptom? of poison'ng begin to abate.' Antitoxin is 'no of i lie niosf miraculous preventive rura'ive agent"- we br.ie It hns i teril - ra. d hindre-ls of thousands of I' v - 1* :i ? via! e\nerlmr nt.i' ion had liever nr- oti-p isi'd tiny thing beyond o dt-' rov rv amt manufacture of dl"htherln antitoxin, It wo'iM have Jn-tlfed I'se'f. If "h" anti vlvl^eetionls's w - re sue. cossful in the pr* ton gauds t!w might ?a\o a few guinea iand horse-; from discomfort, b'tf they wott'd b<? instru mental In UHlfes- many thouei'tds of Initlfn be'ri-s- That Is strong" i-'ncireee but )? Is the tru'b \nd If nn'-body of people over periled a dns ? of the truth it I' *he nnt' -\-1 v'?' -?Inplsrn Tomorrow?A T.U'lr Bnct'riolofy. r"o; .' right 10.'? iir ri;' Matth- i \d im." Ml't - Ft: ? why 1'd voti leave your i last place? | I'nolc?Co-' fit" muster used to have ! t ueli rows \vl*h the missus. MNtres:-?Vi'ha* d'.d they quarrel i about? j Cool'?The wiy the me.ni? was cooked. ! ?London Mail. IBBfllN TESTS/ By SAM LOYD ? ./ ",0 Minutes to Answer This. Carpenters are imtural geometrl- ) clan?, who in the course of a day'j ! work solve off-hand all sorts of prac tical problems that a student would take very seroiusly. For example: A joiner wanted to convert that piece of board shown in the diagram into a square, without ousting any lumber. Let us see who ran solve this problem by cutting the board into only three pieces. J I fa ? ? ? '-?? Answer to Yesterday's. Moat. Cargo, Donations, Herring ami Father. . - ?? Barton Negro Pleads Guilty to Manslaughter Indicted f' t murder In the second degree fur the slaying of James Lewis, colored, nt Hart on. last summer. Moses White, colored, of Carton, was permitted to enter a plea of guilty to manslaughter yesterday morning In common pleas '?o\Tt at St. C'lairsvllle. Judge ftowon sentenced htm to nerve from five to "0 years In the Ohio State penitentiary. White shot ar.d killed Lewis with a fchot gun. I THE CHEERFUL CHERUB iThere ^re stt.rs by the millions, E>i<5 ones 2x>d 5m2.ll ? It will t2.ke me I them 2.ll. l?TC*Mn Jpjj'ji J! 1 A Stenographer's Romance Ey JANE PHELPS ^ J GLADYS IS HAPPILY MARRIED Chapter 57. . I Vr.' ir-r-p time Gladys had been I ?wrii. i-omMny" with a y?ung man ' kcp'.ng com pan j ( tUr!n. plant. a bookkeeper In a rr. ? ' .n(iustr;ous John Harden was a t0 fellow who had been int.oaure the girls by * friend and whom ^hcv all lined. * "It wus easy to see you ?d orlCLrsr for anyone 'buT Gladys-^d cess' to her!" married Jdtn Now Gladys was to be m?rl*a . had rented a small apartmentt .n ssrs sfHfe eeomed to the g.rl had of courseI*he'lped#select t^^XSted ding. trying: to Pthemselves tor?*-?"? Ui"ihlnss "A" "mirr!.- -?b HJ. ?.?? Of John, and NellloandCora M wit her" gray' stilt* and hat and John's face WTher"UTL!toPgo'd!rcetly to their *^?rbe real economical new that wo have a home .and owe no one. ? furnish, .tan used .h. motar ? ^ S& - ?'?" ' G uJys was. not to work any ?or? Ltay at home ami keep house. was earning a good ^ryand.i wasni necessarv for his wife 10 work. # I' -It seems too good to be true g^.^ 1 fladvs said. "I have been so tired os L ^ n.-longed so to stop, but couldn t. V " ; US he will send the same J And J ?win ? ? n)e j have been send lie ts s., cod. 1 feel almost as i. !' If'tnl'lT*U."k you wouM!" !???'? r-ir4*$2 ?? rr,i;r;-u?u; I1 ^ anv wi'i^ sprouting. And say. J Glad vs. don't get stuck upand'Orfiet | house war tiling. Man Galt-n! [and ono o^oU frirnta ~ won', r,i: Tr. H?rt?u" u?t rm i hank % oil. '? j, r m ard if I was pa' to ? ?? r-?T. , r* nn R fellow myself. Hut I might r's ? ? bride I suppose what SPolng you aro a b,w ii ^ ^ help I you sa> K^r_ , wanl mc to. I cook the d.uuer - . niytf:f, You .7>',*rU"Wl5 Or r'Lrt Mr?.- fu"? t"' ?v'r *"t r-My'Vora- V?HI h... tartar now i^TMaha^ Leonora ran hav. thoni I ready in time. . bo The K'H" laughingly told her . have herself .and Nellie subsided. Later yh?rj?.t:Udrto Jake or.I w.mld havi cried. I was so Sunday came and J '* * rlnieni tr themselves at the^un^y |Wn. time inc e' ? . nn,l a young Ham Palton was t . I man. John lntmduc d as 1.1 . 11' W^k1.,r^er. wholesome "looking ' yo mg follow, who blushed every tlmj VZl spoke to him. jut was at hi: "E ^''hadTveo h'appv time and th< hovs took Cora and Nellie home <*? b ,V v .vrP alone. Nellie said: X\Th, was some teed, wasn't It. Cora' . i -hicken com fritters, peas, po.a r .ill-id lee-cream and cake, and cof iT "ikis rr.r .blub of .ho ??.? | Grandpa Robinson fgave me. tnmaing I he could twist me around hla finger by I Ailing up my stomach! And did you 1 hear what she said about wanting to ; keep everything lovely for John? Gee! J It must be fine to feel that way?love somebody?and have them love you? land have a little home like that. It ! makes us old maids sort of Jealous. "Old maids?you!" Cora laughed, i then tired and sleepy they both went to bed, Nellie to dream of a dinner In an ? apartment, but somehow, instead of j j plain John Harden. . the man looked ' wonderfully like Mr. George Fallon. Tomorrow?Cora s Sorrow and Re sponsibility. i . '? i -1 Intelligencer's Daily Pattern ' ? A Popular Style of m Two* Piece Undergarment. 4131. Radium silk, gingham, satin, ,! crepe de chine and crepe, also iawn ; and batiste are good for this model. [ The drawers may be finished with or j without leg bands. The pattern is cut in four sizes: ?mal!, 34-36; medium, 38-40; large. 43-14; extra, large. 46-48 inches buat measure. A 38-fneh size requires 1% yards of 36-inch material for the draw ers and IS yard for the chemise. Pattern mailed to any address on re ceipt of 12 cents In silver or stamps. [I Send 12 cents in silver or stamps for I our UP-TO-DATE FALL AND WINTER ? I 1322-1323 BOOK OF FASHIONS. . I Write name ana address piainly.Send 11 IS cents to The Iptelligencsr Office, i Wheeling, W. Va. , Jlche? i! When you're suffering from !; headache, , backacke, toothache, neuralgia, ? j or pain from any other oauee, try '! Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills ,! One or two and the pain stops . I Contain no hablt-formlng drug# ? > Have you tried Dr. Miles' Nervine? Ask ymur Drwyyist "Rtt UrViAAla.ll MINUTE MOVIES (Copyr.ght 1921 by George Matthew Adams Service-Trad# Mara ' J WW WVV.IK ?\K) \ M Efffe D CA&TbCAJ ccmed/ THE WKLWt; KID. f - i. i gotta supll i!ta) . tor to-^y^r J I wait WAIT re? THE ^ "lb D^auJ ME ."J ~ ^ ~? ~y \L.L- up* j \ CjN H!S C>CAUJ/N' / I PE ALL R?ATV 1 ' rEpfi lyrj % I YOU Sty MR UIUECLAN I IS ILL ANjr> VlJOATT i ?? BL IM "id-DAy? ' \ ML WGtfT- VtS- : ILL ItLL T&EM! ; J ^ ? : what7) v--<y 3\JST MV LL'CWl! I OVLV WA\fc A CWANC& ^ y^vr..^' ^ J1 sjoj (auj we,\ I makes ME) tSS!Oiy' >r . the. END..