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THItCATKXI.l) AM MADGK
Thr wa no .ip.r.; Ifnrry Un
der col's Ir.alsten' . HA had made
irp h.i nlr.d to
learn f.rÜiin I;
Dicky's e .-gp-ii'j
ne" 7,1 per amount of v.nlc.1
ha fr.t hl.m hrry; n Joir. i .
ar.'I I kr.r.v oi
O i J Mil i . t .
!r.r to ihrrvart hrn cno h' h-a-1
h: v-:;! to rur.clionlr.. !r.?1 of,
.ibor.Lnt!r.7 It to Lis liiiolcnt
t!a h -to oftn d: J.
Dicky v.-lrp'i me this morn-j
Inc." I ar.?r.ver'l. anl
with th- w, or. Is ,
rftüzl tlat I h'l r.-it utr'! thrml "JiiV. Ilk"' all th r"t of tho v.'orn
'rtth th rfluctar.co I hi ! Irr.asrinc J ( "n. aren't yo'i V ' h f-- i.i l cor.icr.J
I TOull feci. j Ir.cTy. "Frier.-l iiUsoan 1 nny boat
I"ndf"i, I v.a.3 1 iucovf: i r.t that -'you up. ar.'I ruin jour bf.t switch
T.t my uril arrrsion to ITarry ; arvi puff. but let anybody eay a
Ur.!erool I v;xa d.-t!r.r!t!y ?!1 to1 -.vorl atrair.st h.ni. an 1 yoj'ro r!?:ht
hlrri up"n Ih.s r.cm!on. I
f?!t very lor.cly nl L'?1I Jortl, ;
rsr'S-nAl'y a-f I rh'-r.."n1 t!i qufr, j
rn:ful fe":.rr that nieotln? my!
h'.:-nrl aft"r vrhAt ha 1 havr'.'lj
n-ouM b Ilk mtlnr como or.'-'i
ftrar.; to m. And thj advent ol
to Jouhuy a charrr;:on as Harry
lrr.uT.rool hirtno ! me rmr thini
I "would have ben tvSi'Inj to admit.
'Wired. I'll bet he did!
When he rnv thne r.v?;.a;.':r.H th! -
morr.ir.j. I'll rigtr my iat collar!
button that h made bettor time to
running f ha ti ;
any airplane fiht he -v-r did. Tiiat
boy jus-t naturally r;:r.i 1 hlnIJ I
anl T."-x. Whit did h k:iv'
His absurdity was I rr-: --t ilv. 1
la-ushl for th tir.t time lue I
had r-een the r:"w-papf r.. Mr. Un
5er.vood diot a keon piano at m.
and I caught .hadowlnc hi.5! ey!
ometh!n? wldch rarelv srr n in
thm. an f-x predion f t .
a grl've l J
That . rigti. ' he. aid Ik irt ilv.
V h o c-i'.l
"I'm glad the old clown hadn't for-1
gotten hi bag of tri-You need
a laugh or two tol.iy. I I'm thr- only
Tiy for you to treat thl.- litt'.
spreading of he Dicky-bird's win:'.".
I r.ure would lik to have been there
wTien the obi boy flr.? lamped the
net-Tpapers this mornir.tr. After I'd
riven him th thrashing he neods
I'd havo had th laugh of my life.
Hut nil thin Si be-ide the point.
What did h wire you?"
Ma.'lre Hcpcat tlir Tclcrnm.
-aikel me to disregard the
new.Tp.T per report., aylr. they were
irroatly exaggerated." I replied slow
ly, "and that the situation was the
fault of no one but bjrybodles. Andj
hf okctl mo to come to him at1
ow. beca.ue MIsi Colter and he
I had not Intended tp detail all of
Dicky' tdegram. but Harry Under
wood'w piercing black eyes were like
probe, and I had given it all before
I realised it. I must have sounded
unconsciously In my In.-t words the
reyer.tful bltterne which was mine
At Dicky'i pending for me becaus-e
Claire Foster needed me. for there j the two, nd that Lil made a mighty
followed instantly an explosive vol- poor bargain. Hut. remember, that
ley of words from Mr. 1'nderwood. j she was a mature, experienced worn-"Curs-
tho D!ky-bird'. Impu-j-on a divorcee to boot when she
dence. anyhow!' he exlaimed. and! picked mrt off the lemon tree, and
Ills fac was dark with ar.cr. "To; she l;d it with her eyes fully open
s' you" h stresM the pronoun1 to the fact that I wns over-ripe and
"to come tip there and subject i likely to spoil on her hands. Lil
yourself to the stares and -comments; a.s prepared for anything I might
of a lot of blasted old tabby cats, in! do. and like the thoroughbred .she is.
order to protect a girl who hudnt;she never has ylpped at anything
any more .-nse than to get herself ji'vo done. Hut the fact remains
Into a s rape like this just wait till that he married me knowing exact-
I see His N.bs. He'll get wha
coming to him once in h! life, or
my flut hasn't lost it punch, that's
'Just Idko All Women "
Now, wliil I knew that much ot
this was only Harry
m elo-d ram a tic
way of x p rti.si n
there wvs tho ring
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a most curloui way. For Instead of i
I'tirtr rnttful and tleased a? h
First Suit Under Mew Law Tests .
Landlords Who Bar CMldren
f? ' v v 4- " A O jr . i -v . "ft . : , v " . . '
V i-'T. i''fiCi; . t- " "
f .'V - t4.
i:lizai'i;th daiu'v and
-AMIIS CC!:Di:TT. IS; AMMiliW,
a::i, MAUitui:. :.
liy lrCMl POKUW.
(MIA StaJ MaiT Writrr.)
T..Vi:MiL4-?. X. Y.. Doo. "I n
r.g:.;..-.'- to prove inert s a way
force? landlords to trive Rheitt-r to
thci? ho prefer God lit! cr.is
to pedlfc-reed pups'."
Thi'.'a tb.o tattle-cry of Mrs. Illl-a-
teth Iarcy, mother of ti yr.t of
the principals In, tho tirnt :x. ght tiudc;
'.r York Kt.'.te s r.w n t.ti: g
which mikes It it il4jm-a.r."r f- r a
landlord to refu to r nt a lwc:;ir.s
on the fruiid that the ttr-ar.t ha
Mr. Darcy declare D. C. Grtrrln.
apartment hcu? trwr.er, refused to
Ily flr.n championship.
I round H;
If hrlstllnt: 'with rwrt-
II'j-v I iTr-1 he crit;ri my hus
band 'a Ken hin own treatment of
Diihan had .Leon unspeakably cad
dish! "Who a '..-.ini-tere 1 a thrashing to
you ji '.jro-igit o much
r T . ' ' ; a n " T i (.,1 rr.
and th5 v.-zl n-.injt) v,r.l at
rnysf-lf for hnv.n dignified h!a
with a r'-.ort.
Mr. L'n ler-soo-l thrc-v tnck his
hii end lauhf J softly but hiart-
In the front
tho battle, fiouriah-
ir? your littlo polc-axo."
WHAT UIIKSC)OI Sl'GGKSTI'J)
IN ANALVIN'i MAIXili AM)
I h.id no rof'rt to makfo Harry
LTr-derwoolVs mirthful asrtlon that
I -,v a., ik a'.! other women, rady to
i'.nr up !n rlffcn.-' of ir.y husband
r.o matter how badly he- had treated
Irii-'-d. too onrciou.'! was I of the
,Vt tl.it thore was more than a
ilu r.f truth in his absurdity to
uo l.l.i yvitonnt, r vf n if I h"J
I to continue the undignified I
di.:;-ut.-. That I had dratrged I.l
iian's r.anif into t!ie controversy
was another matter of keen regret
to me. "Why r nked my II
s'a t a ; n
hi-; pally un-
tti'-ing. and lea'
IPit t!iTe wn r.o U50 mulling
over ihat I might huvo left unsaid.
An 1 rli'-re was' rt recourse for me
except ileno which. I ani afraid,
was dl.Inrtly ullen. IIarr Under-
wood, however, lost no time. In
breaking into It.
here, old dear," he said,
sober, "let's get thl.s thing
straight. You think I'm the devil
reproving sin because I'm scoring
Dh'ky fn account of thi.- perform
ance when my cwn record concern
ing Iil i.en't all to the balmy. Well,
in one way yoa're probably rihtl
I'm not hanging any Japaneso lan
terns on mypi If for rorstancy or de
cency or any other of the domestic
virtues, but you've pot to remember
H paued if choosing hU
wonly. and I watched him, fascin
ated by an exVreysion of sincerity
that .-at oddly upon hi usually
Can I Irr lrpet?"
'T.il and I." be resumed slowly,
"were two battered hirlks drifting
down -Stream when we jostled each
other, and decided to drift together
for company. I'm not denying that
I was infinitelv the more battered of
ly what shi.' was doing, while you "
He broke, off abruptly, and into
his eyes Hashed the dd in.crutable
expression which always compels
me to turn my own eyes away from
hi- In a confusion which maddens
"'.n I ever forgot," he beprrin
arain after a lonp paurr, "the fir:
It was in the
li.lll . Vli IV U . (1.1 1U 4. I
th-iter, batst a few weeks after von i
i . .T ?S?i v-v. d!
hki: kam ily
7. - " -r-rr- V-w 3l"'4.v- ..it '
llrfl ii i -'i 'ifi ii mi i ' --- - : i m i 1
T.Krr to niGiif : rrri:ii
Ik'W, MICHAUU Hl MUS.
to her when h
d i :"
i-'.'hn df thl'-. He loves chil-
driu, l.c ays. tut was forced to
' r.y Mr. Ivirry occ.ipar.cy becau.
a- 'd a!rt .vly prorr.isej h:.s premists
t j ic:p.-: on-- vise.
Here's the background of t-h fight:
Mrs. Darcy s;.pp.jr:s herself a:.d
children. Her Invalid husand Is In
S.he had la move io inako room for
tl;e r.e-.v owner of h -r b.orne. Grl.'i'.n
a lv.-rt.e,i for a tenant.
Mrs. Dax.y hays Jk agreed to take
Crtttln'a ajvirtratnt tnl Iri.hn wu
gri-tablcs until ho learned of her
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Af termatli Of Spangler Disaster Begins As 50
Widows Struggle To Support 200 Orphans
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Dy riHLll J. SINXOIT,
M-A Staff Corrriwiulcnt.
PAXCrlATR, Pa., Dec. 3. It
will b li years from this Chri-st-rr.as
ea.on before ipar.gler re-covers
from the disaster.
What d.sarr? Can't recall It?
Well, It happened less than two
xonthi a?o tho explosion In the
Iteiiiy coal mine that killöd 7?
rnlnero and Injured 35 more. You
reme:nh"r the heidline.: "Many
Perlali in Mine Blast. " "Mine Death
L.: Grow.--." "Itruers Iliak Lives
at h' pan.-! or." "Widows and Children
.Mourn Mino Victims." and ihcn
The world turna it3 attention to
Dut not rfpan'.er. There the real
traeedy, tho struggle for existence
of tho living victims of the disaster,
was just Lfgir.nlnff. Hfty widows
and liOO orphans deprived of their
bre'iJwinnera! Union bnc'lt. slate
ror;ipenition, charity for a whilo
The Ur.ltod Mine Workers of
America paid the regular benefit:?.
Tho Rtn.te allows a maximum of $12
a week to a widow with email chil
dren for ?.r0 week.s; afterward there
;i readjustment downward. The
town of Spangler and neighborhood
communities have helped.. IJut at
liest this is not enough. And trag
edy as great as death .dalks most
of these SO widows with their 200
fatherless little ones.
Mary Shopo breathes a. prayer for
courage to struggle on for the sake
of her four small children. Tho ex-;d-isiori
smothered out the lives ot
her husl-and and two eldest sons.
This came shortly after another son
had been killed in an automobile
Sho had waited for hours at the
maw of the mine. Finally, a be
srrimed, blackened. 5pml-.ecnscless
youth was borne out. 'Tank God
my Rudy." the cried. Hut the lad
was another woman's son. They
tro luced you to I-il and me. strut
ting like a young rooster who has
won his first barnyard tight. I ex
pected to hear him crow every sec
ond. Artd. by George. I didn't -blame
him -when you lifted those lamps ot
yours and looked up at me! It was
like looking into deep pools of water
where the sunlight is trying to chase
the shadows away.
MnIgo Is Amused.
"Xot that you turned any (sun
light in my direction." he smiled.
"You might havo been Galatea be
fore what's his name kissed her,
or an angel floating around on a
tleecy cloud for any warming up
you did toward me. You didn't like
either Lil or me one little bit, and
while you did the cordial to Lil be
cause you were afraid tho Dicky
bird might think you were Jealous,
you didn't have to be nice to me,
and my hand is frozen yet from the
icy mitt 3'ou handed me."
His voice trailed off Into silence,
and I realized that for a second or
two I was actually lost in the
remln.E-oence of that long-past time,
which I remembered as vividly as
ho. Then he ypoko again, more
"Hut I'm getting away from my
subject. Confound you, I always
get off my trolley when you're
around. Here's) the point. The
Dicky-bird sxept you off your feet.
married you after a whirlwind woo-
In? and you had about jus much ex
perience of tho world, of men and
of w hat vou mlfht be up ag-alnst as
of what you might be u
a tame whi'.o rabbit. The Dlcl
llOY. MA KC ELLA, l:
' When he turned me down." Mrs.
Darcy says. "i couldn't help won.lfr.
ir.g wh'tt th-i country was coming to.
"I had daily s.Hn my eldt-t buy
i i cii.y .'Hn my eij- .s; buy .
Ho returned, bu'.Ict-scarred.
-ylng to bring up my yount-rj
I am tn
t oys lik.- their oll?-r brother.
"Cat if I can't :;nd a shelter for
th'm. how can I conince them thel
country is worth Ntcrifiee?
"I am aiigo' there should be It
Amerba pi-oplo tho would deny .-h;I-dr;n
the right to live. And as 1
know therw are thousands la the
-ame phght a a I, I am going to fht
this case out!"
liu' Griffin will :c..iint.In In court
Mrri. Darcy'd children had nothing 13
do with his rrfujrxl to rent to her.
vi. r t . i v w
Tlio M-ac-ii clithlren, all under 12,
left by the men mIo wcrtJ killwl In
told her the truth; Mrs. Grace Kelly
claimed the lad, her Edwin.
"May God help me but I'm glad,
for her sake," Aobbed Mary Shapo.
and staggered away to those of her
brood who were. left.
Mrs. KeTley kissed her son raptur
ously; then yielded him to the
stretcher bearers who carried him
to the hospital.
That morning fhe had put up a
lunch for him, his father and hlfi
brother. The fatlr and brother
were killed. Two uncles and two
cousins also perished.
Dut Mrs. Kelly forced a smile day
after day as sho visited Edwin In the
hospital ward. "He mustn't know
the worst; not till he's well," she
The lad Is 16. Though Mrs. Kelly
has .five other children, fhe is go
ing to keep Kdwin out of the mine
and send him back to school. That's
bird ought to be on his knees, thank
ing his particular little Joss that he
ever was allowed to cop you out, In
stead of philandering around, with
some other girl. If the fates could
only have fixed it so you could have
married me. now."
Hut the image of Harry Under-,
wood as a possibly constant husband
was to much for me, and I laughed
New nport dresses from Paris
show a higher waistline than the
one to which wo have become accus
tomed. Many of the one-piece
dresses are made princess style and
have no belts at all. The waistline
is indicated by embroidery or trim
ming. According to ocrdlitsts, women gen
erally have better eyeslght than
For a Few
whom irs. Amelia Znrcnko must
the Spanier inJn disnstcr.
heroism -like her husiband's.
he died trying to save others.
John Hurley and John Tello were
pals. They married sisters and the
families, with their six children,
lived together. The men were im
proving the houses. Then the dis
aster, and death for both. Some
day an unborn babe will learn that
John Hurley was Its father. That
will make seven children for the
two women to support.
Mrs. Mary I1utko is a widow
whose hope rested in three stalwart,
hardworking sons, 16,. IS and 21.
Their lives were snuffed out. Now
she faces a fight to rear her three
"I'll manage It somehorw! I've
worked all my life.'
This sentence epitomizes the cour
age of Mrs. Amelia Zurenko. Her
husband was kille. 1. She has ?even
children, the eldest 12 years, the
BOYS WARNED AGAINST
TAMPERING WITII RADIO
WIRES; MIGHT GET HURT
DEiFTAXCE. Ohio, Doc. 30 (By
T. X ß.) "Haldo thieves" en
thusiastic local youngsters who
watch for a chanco to
.steal a little wire tfrom someone's;
radio outfit havo ben warned by!
K. A. Duerk, well-known operator!
and manufacturer of radio equip-1
ment here, that radio wires often
carry much more current than a
"Aiide from the wrong in steal
ing." fxiid Duerk, "boys often ri.sk
their lives while dealing 50 cents
w orth of wire."
He mid ho narrowly averted
turning a powerful charge Into cer
tain wires of his exrperimentai
equipment wfren he fnv two fboys
in the act of .stealing1 wire.
We wish you a
happy and prosperous
We will continue to operate
as usual our fashionable
Men's and Women's Shoe
Shop at 1 1 2 N. Main St.,
We will announce the open
ing of our new Women's
and Children's Footwear
Store in the beautiful Palace
From then on our Main
street store will cater to the
That is the story of the ex
pansion of the shoe shops of
Mipiiort, arts typical of tho families
youngest a few months old.
Rosle Monac has several small
children to support, fcr the mine
claimed her haaband nd her two
work and pray.
Til pray and
" die says, "and
I'll put my trust In Providence."
Charlie Aello left a widow with
eight email children to provide for.
Tony Vallala -left a widor with
seven children. And there are oth
er families whose problem Is as
But there's one bright epot in the
tragedy that will cast a. cloud over
Spangler for the next 15 years. It's
pointed out Tiy a man who won wide
praise for the heroism he displayed
In the rescue work.
''The real heroes of Spangler," he
said, "are the women who are
bravely groing about rearing their
orphaned little one. To them the
world should take off Its hat this
Christmas and maybe help the
Spanjrler relief committee a bit to
let in a little cheer where now
gloom hangs so heavily."
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this sale we are holding back nothing.
When you see this fascinating collection of beautiful FURS nt prices from
20 to Ai) under their original marking, you'll feel well repaid for wait
ing for our great sale. t
Luxurious Squirrel, Mink and Seal Wraps and Coats, developed in the
märtest models. Staple Box Coats in Seal, Muskrat, Raccoon and Beaver.
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PLAN MONUMENT TO
PILGRIMS IN BRITAIN
Spot From Which Fallicrs Set
Sail for America is to
BY CH AJtLKS . SMTTTI,
(I. X. 8. Staff Correspondent.)
IjONDON, Dec 3 0. Americans
ar.d Britishers are co-operating in a
movement to erexrt an Impcrln
monument on the fouth t-!de of the
River Humber, on the eajst ast cf
Englar.d. to mark the srot
All Your Washing and the Heaviest Part of
Your Ironing Expertly Done
for only a few cents per pound.
EVERYTHING WASHED Wearing apparel, undergar
ments, table and bed linen, towels everything your
family wears or uses washed sweetly clean with pure
ALL FLAT WORK IRONED Sheets, table-cloths, nap
kins, towels and pillow slips, nicely ironed and neatly
folded , ready for use.
Phone Main 597 for this
IAUNDRTand atVWING CQ
THE SOFT WATER LAUNDRY ft
Hudson Seal (Dyed Muskrat) Marten
Trimmed Coats, 40 inches long. $259.00
Hudson Seal (Dyed Muskrat) Marten
Trimmed Coats, 36 inches long. $285.00
Hudson Seal (Dyed Muskrat) Kolinsky
Coats, 46 inches long, choice. .$410.00
Hudson Seal (Dyed Muskrat) Self Trimmed
Coats, 40 inches long ... . . .$315.00
American Mink Wrap
Squirrel Wrap, choice
48 inches Ions
Australian Opossum Coats
40 inches long
Raccoon Coats, 40 inches long.
Muskrat Coats, 40 inches lonrr.
Muskrat Coats, 40 inches lcr..
,232. South 9Tlich ija n Street
whence tho Pflirim fathers vlrrtrt-
e-i ioz N-' JJ;.jla.r.d.
2. Qror.t. Ultei .'t.x czzxr-l
at HtÜ, txt In c-j.":.eticn v.tii
hs ;h. tht h liiy ritjvl a
irg Mci: cf -ri.':! from -
V. . ' ,
been c-:t frm
uhldi the r;igTln:.s lan U-i, arM It
w9 hoped to ;n;lud thj In th
mor.iin-.cr.t. wrl'Ui w ou'. 1 tad; th"
form of an ohfllr-k. ar. 1 v.o.;ld ftcr'o
asj mltdatur -tti:o of Ll:.-rty to
shlpfl itliar up th H-mber.
Thi feou )n it r.t r.eary
m-it'h or.s.i hlipp-r.s ;i t h ,.ry frr
evening. rei:ca v-tor.vl !i-.-;ery :s
worn r.U cr.ly with the
ver metal ciota p'.tr,i'
irk s.it;n orb. a-