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Cynthia Qrey Wife Jealous of Hand some Husband; Asks How She May Over come It Iv»r Ml.'** Orey: I may as well confess l| st OHO— I am desperately jealous of my husband He la good looking, attractive to winnen. and I really think he enjoys making mr miserable. He Insula that ha cure* only fitr me, And I know he don. but hi* attentions to other women cause mo to suffer agonies. Can't I control thla feeling In »ny wuy? It NMtu that 1 have honestly tried, Itlsn Grey. because J at least have sense enough to renin* that It Is marring the happiness In our home, and all my life I have planned for a happy homo when I wedded. I will do whatever you n»y, If It la within my power. KDNA. Jealousy is a disea** of the mind (Ml miml be rrmiinilnl Ay love. Aon* rtty. faithfulness and discretion In conduct. Jealousy it also a primi tive emotion that isn't can ly con trotlril by /udgment. Keep four Jealous feeling* dom at any cost, thai i>. don't betray any fiU'mvi of (Hem. Von pit* your kuskand a grrat deal of power vAni pou Jet kin see thiit you art jealo us. He probably en/oyt routing your jealousy it flatter* Ms tunlly. Try this plan; He Just as attractive as you can in every iray. bath to your husband and yoar /rwnda IH in'l deliberately set about to make your fcuaband Jealous. but show him that you. too. ran attrart other people. You U find Uss cause for Jealousy. • • • Requests Poetry Dear Miss Ores- Win you please publish the enclosed first verse of the old aont. twined. "The White Captive." with the request that If any ono of your numeroua sub scribers has the song, they will be ro kind aa to aend It tu you for publl ration In The Star, and oblige sev eral friends that want to K«t It? "At the foot, of the hemlock, the wild gam* wns flung. Above from Its branchea, the rude armor hung. From battle and plunder the war rlora were aeen A 11*ht on their features, a brand In the gleam," ff any of IV Mi« fMs porn and tciil be kind enough to send me a copy. I shall be glad to print it, • • • Qiiein/ About Eugene V. Debs Dear Mlsa Orey: What Is Fti gene V. Ivhs* native state and the state In which he votes? A.VXIOIS TO KN*OW. He mu born at Terre Haute. In diana, .VoreaJer 5, ISSS. His home and place of voting t<u been Terre Haute. He inu sentenced to prison and began serving his term April /I, It 19: consequently dui not to lt In the last election. • e a Information About Naturalization Dear Mian Orey: I» there a law which can prevent me from becom ing at naturalized citizen of tne t'nlted States after having claimed exemption from the draft during the war on grounds of being a friendly alien? 8. T. The naturalisation bureau states that the matter rests entirely mth the fudge before whom you irUJ ap pear for your final peprti • • • Sumber of Boats on Ohio River Dear Mian Grey: About how many steamboats are there on the Ohio river? 8. D. The Btramboat Inspeejinn Herxice says there are approximately 1 91 at the present ti inc. The number txiriea e e • Date of Capture Of Confederate General Dear Mis* Orejr: Where wm Ceneral Morgan captured? I* J. The Confederate general, John H. Morgan, wis captured at a place three miles soulh of ticvn lAs bun. Ohio. while on a cavalry raiding ex pedition. He lefts confined in a peni tentiary from «ckU*J» he escaped. ,Vo rember, IMS. In September. IHSi. he wis surprised <n the nioht at Oretniille, Tenn., and teas killed. m • • How to Take Steps to Bar Publication in Mail Dear Mlsa Grey: Where Is the proper place to start an Investiga tion to bar a publication from the U. H. mails? A. M T. The postmaster general is charged srith the execution of the laui as to the mailability of postal matter. Ad dress your complaint to the Solicitor free the Postoffic* Department, Washington, D C. • • e How to Determine if Fish Is Fresh I>eftr Mlsn (irry: How can I tell whether fish are fresh? HOrKFTWTFrc. fn selecting fish, choose only thov tn tchlch the eye ts full and prom inent, the flesh thick and firm, the scales bright and the fins stiff. • • • Lost Army Discharge Paper Dear Mis* Grey: How can T get a duplicate of my dlacharge from Uie army? I have lost mine. EX HOI.DIKR. The. war department says it ts isi potsihle to give a copy of a discharge, certificate, as no duplicates are re tained. but a certificate in place of a discharge certificate may be ob tained. Write to the Adjutant flcn eral of the Army, War Department, vho will send VOU the proper blank to be filled out. • e e Confederate Soldier's Widow Doesn't Receive Government Pension Dear Miss Orey; Can the widow of a confederate soldier get a pen Won from the government? WIDOW. Ho, but she may obtain a pension from the. state frtm iihtt h her h un hand serf ed in the confederate army. For Good Apple Pie go to Boidt'a. —AU vtrUtotmtQl. Thi Wreckers ky Francis Lynde im. br IIMHM tartk- (Continued From VMlwilijr) At thl> the boss went a step farther, raying-; "He does. Indeed. I'pton I happen to know the young woman." That was when Mr Van Brltt fired his own little bomb shell. "80 do t," he answered quietly, "Hut you said you had forgotten her name!" "So I have—her married name And what's more, I mean to kerp on forgetting It," There was no mistake about the hoes' frown thla time. "That won't do. Upton." he aald. kind of warnlngly. "It will do well enough for the present. I'd marry her tomorrow, Graham. If she were free, and there were no obstacles. Cnhapplly, there are two besides the small legal diffl culty; ahe doesn't care for my mon ey— having a little of her own; and ahe happens to be In love with the other fellow" I (um the hoes was remember tng what Mrs Sheila had told him in that confidence before the back parlor fire, about Its being all off between her and Colling wood. for he said: "I think you are mistaken as ta that last." "No, I'm not mistaken. But that's neither here nor there. Net ther you nor I ran send Colling wood to the penitentialy—that a a cinch. Wherefore, I'm advising you to quit, walk out. Jump the Job" At that the bos* took a fresh brace, righting hla awing chair with a enap. "Tou know very little about me. I'pton. If you think I'm going to throw up my hands now, when the real pinch h«« come A while back I might have done It, but now I'll fight until I'm permanently killed I have a scheme—lf It could only be worked. But It can't be worked Inn a rising market. I suppose you | hare seen the morning's quotations Ity some trick or other, the Dunton people are boosting the stock again It went up three points yeeterday." Mr Van Uritt grinned. 'They're discounting the effect of thla little political deal—which wtll at least tope your reform acheme down. If |it doesnt do anything eise. What Uou need le a good, old fashioned laiaclysm of some sort; something I that would fairly knock the tar out of P 8 1., securities and send [them skittering down the toboggan slide m aplte of a-vlhlng I'ncle Itreckenrtdge could do to etop them, down to where they could be safely and profitably picked up by the dear public. Unfortunately, those things don't happen outside of the story hooka If they did. If the earthquake ahould happen along our way Jtigt now, I don't know but I'd be disloyal enough to get out and help It shake Lhmga op a bit* After Mr Van Rrltt had gone the boss put In the remainder of the day Uke a werkingman. skip ping the noon luncheon aa he some time* did when the work drive was extra heavy Meanwhile, as you'd suppoee. rumor waa plentifully busy, on the railroad, and also In town. By noon It waa well understood that there had been a radical change in the management of C B * W and that there was going to be a general strike In answer to the nlasUiug cut In wagra I slipped up tou n to get a bite while Kred May was spelling me at the dicta tion desk, and I heard some of the I talk. It wis pretty atralght. most of It—which »hows how uaelesa It la to try tc keep any busUieaa ae jcretg, nowaday a For example: The three men at my table in the llullard grill room —they didn't know me or who I was—knew that a council of war had been called In the railroad headquarter*, and that itlpley had been pulled in by wire from Deeter burg, and that we were rushing around hurriedly to provide storage room for the wheat shippers In cane of a tie np, and thnt we were ar ranging to distribute railroad com pany coal in cn*e the tie-up should bring on a furl famine—knew all these thing* and talked about them They were fru tk, as far as they went-these things The boe* hadn't been Idle during the forenoon, and he kept up the drive straight thru to quitting time. Word was brought in during the afternoon by Tarb*-ll that the Hatch people were wiring the Kansas City and Omaha ern ployment agencies and placing hur ry orders for strikebreakers. The boss' snswer to thla was a peremp tory wire to our passenger agents at both points to make no rate con cessions whatever, of any kind, for the transportation of laborers un der contract. It. wns a shrewd lit jtle knock. I.abor nf that kind Is mighty hard to move unless It can get fre* trsnspoitatlon or a low nit of fire, and I could see that Mr. Norcross was hoping to keep the strikebreakers away. When six o'clock came, the boss asked Mny to stay and keep the office open while I could go down stairs and get my dinner in the sta tlon restaurant, and he went off up town—to the club, I suppose. After I'd had my bite, I let May go Kverythlng was moving along all right, so far as anybody could see We hid five extra fuel trains load ing at the company's chutes a< Coalville, and the dispatcher was Instructed to work thera out on the line during the night, distributing them to the towns that had report ed shortages. They were not to be turned over to the regular coal yards; they were to be side-tracked and h« ld for emergencies. Mr. Norerojifi camp back about eight o'clock and I Rtv« him my r* port of how thins* were going on the lino A little lat**r Mr. Cantrell | dropped In, and th*»re was & quirt talk about the eltuatlon, and what 'it wan likely to develop. The Moun | taineer editor wai glv»-n all the [facte, rx<p|»t the one blg one about Hatch's death grip on u*. and In turn Mr. Cantrell promlaed the help of hi* paper to the laxt ditch —tho, of courue, he had no ld«-a of how deep that iant ditch wan going to be. I had a lot of filing and index ing to do. and I kept a I work while they wer« talking, wondering nil the tlm<» If the bore would venture to tell the editor about the depth of that "laiit ditch." He didn't. I gue*n he thought he wouldn't until be had tof (Continued Tomorrow) DOINGS OF THE DUFFS FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS OTTO AUTO "Irian and Peggy were having luncheon, and Vivian was being very polite about the salmon, be cause she was a fleet. When at home she always said she didn't like salmon at all. and couldn't eat It. "Vivian said. "Peggy, do you know how the Indians need to catch fish? They speared them ' "'What Is spfcarlng 'em?" Peggy wanted to know. "Why. they built platforms out in the river by sticking poles up between the rocks and laying boards across them. " Then they woutd be right out over the water, aee? And they made long spears with sharp points of stone or Iron tied on with strops of buckskin. " Then they tied a long rope to the spear so that the fish could tire himself out a little before the Indians began to pull him In. Once when papa was watching some Indians fishing that way down at the Columbia river, ho Aspirin Then it is Genuine Warning! Unless you sec the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for 21 years and proved safe by millions. Accept only an "unbroken package" of "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin, ** which contains proper directions for Colds, Headache, fain, Toothache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Neuritis. Lumbago. I fund j tin boxen of 12 tablets rout but a w rwrti —Larger fwirkagM. Aaptrln It tha tr«<l* mark of flayar Manufartura of Monoa<>*t!gttrld«at«r of Maltcjrllcaeld STAR JVAKf ADS .BRING RESULTS Page 284 NOT TO BK BKATKN a>* an Indian com* rrry omr g«tting drowned. " Tha Indian threw hlft *pear and stuck It Into a big Urely aal rrmn. I guroa ha waa rparially ll*ely and bwrnusa when ha rot to tha end of tha rope ha Ju»t kept on Jumping and ha rave one Jerk no hard that he Jerked tha Indian off tha platform Into tha water. "'Hut tha IndUift waa game, papa mud. ha put ope arm around the pole aji he frt] In, and with tha nther he held onto tha struggling flat*. " The fifth flopped and Jumped. <wun d»p In th* water and leaped Into the air. The Indian held on Ilka grim death and jrelled for help, Ida partner came running up and took the rope. Then the Indian climbed out of the wnter and together they landed the fifth. " 'Papa aaya tha Indiana atlll cfttrh ftalmon, and that they de. pend largely on It for their winter meat. *™ TTTW Kf!ATTT,ff (ITAR BETTY AND HER BEAU A huge eagle appeared, antl grabbing a twin in each great claw, flew toward the land, screaming wickedly. nv OMVK itouiacrs IIAKTON (Copyright, 1921, N. K. A.) The Fairy Queen wan right when she told tlio twins that the llotmdil Jinn would I* after them harder than ever. When the pelican, who was carry ing them In his bill-pout h toward the shore from way out In the ocean, came quite close to hind, he com pletely forgot the Queen's warning. Hhe had told him to carry the chil dren safely, and to keep his bill closed tight. Whether It was because his Journey was so nearly over, or because the wlrfced Jinn began to get in his work again, I'm not sure, but a fi*h appeared on top of the water, directly below where the pelican was flying, and there wan trouble at once. CONFESSIONS OF A BRIDE V • OFMMITHA Til pet my lawyers to attend to 'your case In the morning!" Daddy Primer became serious nt last. "Better get down to my office at 11 sharp, young ludyP' "Now Isn't It Just Ifke you men to ignore a woman's right*!" I protect ed. "Martha Palmer undertook Ann's ease, and now you're proceed ing as If she hadn't! Why, Martha would have had Ann balled out and the ease all settled up with that de partment store, only Ann insisted on staying In Jail all night! Ann was MO ohstln " "Obstinate!* finished the bebe gleefully. Sun Marte ran do It! I'll talk to her now and tell her what 1 want!" Thus Daddy permitted us women to manage in our own way! lie went over to the photic and Moth er Lorimer switched the conversa tion to talk about growing hyacinths in glass* bowls. Presently I saw Ann slip awny from U&o and glide quietly uy America Is First, Helen Tag Thinks He's iv a Bathtub ADVENTURES OP- THE- TWINS V Olive Robert J Barton "THE FISH AND THE EAGLE" The pell ran wan getting quite hun gry, and am of course, he was not MIIO\V«HJ to swallow Nancy and Nick, the sight of that lovely, tender, de lieious-looklng fifth was more than human nature, or 1 m««Hn pelican na ture, rotild endure; he forgot himself completely. Ilefore the twtns had the least Men of what had hup|>ened. they found themselvea falling straight towards the waves. Hut »»efore they touched the water. a wonderful thing occurred. The fish disapfteared, and a huge eagle ap peared at the same instant in the air beside them. He grablted a twin in each great and flew towards the land, flapping his great wings, and screaming wickedly. lint ln*t<Mirl of dropping th»m In n wifo plno«. nB the pcllmn had licfn stairs. I surmHcrt what she was tip to and so I wasn't at fill surprised when she did not the din ner table. Hut nobody else guewed, fer Ann Is seldom prompt at dinner. Neither etlquet nor consideration for others ever made hr on time to a meal. Therefore nobody commented on her ab.sence- not even Jim. When the butler handed him a note, he turned it over to his father, who read it aloud, very »olemnly. "I've surrendered myself to the law,*' Ann'o letter began. "I've gone to find a Jail nlnce my own has burned down! I couldn't cheat the court*! Besides, when will 1 ever have a chunce like thlH to net ideas for my biff play'"* The note WIIH signed •'Pearl Bin nchard." Once more Ann's tricking** amused Daddy and Hob. Their mer riment was interrupted by a phone call for Daddy. He spoke from nn adjoining room, so loudly that we wort obliged to hear hi* end of Uio EVERETT TRUE told in do, the eagle continued flying toward the top of a high mountain. I l> tir flow, onward and upward, un talk: "l*ock her up! Yes! I,ock her up! Tell her we'll bail her out tomorrow, maybe!" * Daddy wa* still laughing when' he rejoined us. "Ann ha* found a Jail. ATI right!" lie said. Once mora Ann acored with the men. 1 was simply furious with her, not because of the scandal, but on ac count of her husband's health. Jim's nerves were in a bad way. 1 knew he wouldn't sleep a wink that night. I almost hoped that mice and rut* would frighten his selfish little in genue wife half to death before morning Not every one would have blamed Ann. Many girls would have envied her. for she was the embodiment of modern id« »s about Individualism. She shaped her career to suit herself, at any coat t«> anybody! She was so set in her purpose to express herself in art. to write the great American play, that she couldn't givo a thought By ALLMAN By BWSSER cm* famtmj* By AHERN By PARKS Bij CONi til the clouds were below him. Thi twins could no longer t-m tlie wori< beneath. to the effect of her self Ishnens upoi her husband'g condition. Her folly made nie furious. I kn« that Ann never could writ® a pla; because she never could feel deep!; nor greatly. In the morning, Martha Palmer ai ranged matters In a way to wll Daddy Lorltner's approval. The epl sode retained Ha Importance, to m» only because It started my dtu brother In-law In a rapid decline. Ann herself became more willfu nnd headstrong than ever More thai once 1 wanted to warn her that sh would noon be n widow, (To He Cotitlniierf) BRUISES-SPRAINS Alternate applications hot and cold cloths —then apply — VICKS ▼ VAPORufI o**r 17 Million Jm Vmd YmM