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SATITvPAY. FEWtrARY 12. Iflgl.
Cynthia qretf Lad of 17 Spurn* College Education Offered by Dad; Would Ijcarn Trade Th ru False Ideas of Money-Getting. Hear Ml* Orey. What la a rood trade for a boy of tt to learn* ! will graduate front high arhool thta ■prim* and my fit' er wanta me to gu on to roilegi . but 1 dont r*r» about It Tha fellow with the trade nowaday* la tha ona that makaa Uie money. I will appreciate yonr ad rtca. TIIIIIULII JOHN. The atm« (foation turns up 1a IMI wtatl (too ar Ikrcr timet a «Wl ■ml if U aot one to which a p«"w«*ral oaa ke (li*n <uk it expecting m fa mw Baaie ku'k.'y rraawarrafiiv employ M«al. WJkrtfcer ae not tkr* are gifirrlalTr 1 for the work, am <er K*»l la worry them. farNaaffw, rdaetHoa awl kenltk ako«l<4 ke conssderrd la aelrcttne aa Mrsraltek A a ofhlt uaaid »ri4om mate a mecermful port, and Ike MM rfUMarttoa hold' tn any craft A food mill worker would probably fntv » /ailare in a Kat factory. rv /Iril Iking. I»r«. tor Ike aaiM- Hni koy mi a'll of work to decide, it what he rroily prrlcrt to do. If kg cannot find exactly wk.il he Mali, or is not educated for the tpr- Ml'v k« profert. let kim take Ike argent thing to it for which ke it 1/trW. And while hr work*. Id him |M*rk ku opportunity. M'ka kecpt Ba« end 4a ivv aaoAej oil Ihtngi I And a* Hi ako«U ewr lose right mf the foe* that more and more are BcMaMe fit an demanding Ike aaa pr vamaa iratk a pood Maoadaa— aawie flrai only accept miteoe arad %mlet note. And whatever trade or nra/aaafoa a yoanp <ua rfcooir* for M fa work. wtU be atde-d ia ku Wmrtt ky a college oonrte You *MmM lata tola eonttderatwn that awar father, with Ml /all peart of W>li liaoe keJWad Maa. u la a much tatter pomtton la fudq* foe yon l« (Ml matter Ikaa are yo» Von gfcwald ke pmded entirely ky ku aaa a art, aad ke thankful that pou haII tha opportunity to go to col- Problem of MtUrimony Catr Mlsa Oroy: I mm II year* •Id, tad dear!y In Iot» with t man llwu my father forbids m* to ■nil. bocaua* my mother mn he to MM good enough for mo. But I tow slipped sway and |«n* to a (Hand'* horn*, and «• hava axon aach otk*r tkwt. w« m plan nine to ran anr and p< married. My life baa baan vary aad. and I eoul'l ton had such a nlc* tima with frtaaiVi. tort waa not allowed (a Cto my father and mother paw ♦ant ua from marrying. or annul tha ■arrtai*? Ttewy aay I cannot marry ■MI I am tl. 11l ba waiting for |wor advtoo, l(la Gray. ANXTOC& I wUk I atrU M m Mat mw (Mto aad aastkor amrs right; tot Ot tofol op* /or a»ila»s of • to tMi (fata la It Ton aannot to •toatoiWy «r» a/ lew at yoaar 947*. my |M TW an |na might to aare that |x» l orod trarlr at (I, mould to rrjniini* aad MofertUr to |M at 14. Taa «r(fl aww regret tortoy ew fardad year pmrentr' kMm —tceigh •erefaOy (Mr adt4na. anil Wtaiiahii trait* ia (Ml maa that ftw imltfal ryri are ael capaMr Sf irterftnf it aay rote, 1/ (key •toct la IMa ««rrt4}e, ffcry no <a alt tow a good rnuea /or eo to toy. dt lewt, to t>»Ty #i»rw that yea «r« rtpht tefore ekmtl s Washington's Birthday Dear Mlai Or*y: Why does his tory of the present time give Feb ruary 12 as (toorg* Washington's torthda>w when In tha World Geo graphical and Statistical History. Written by Thomas H. Prasrott, In I*4l. It states that he was born the |Uth of February, 1*22? rRAVK. I Ostradsr Act, aa Way/is* ttatait* of Ml. vhir\ took fcffst ia Mt. ratoMiahed January I si flto b<e*nning of each year (tn s*sad of Isuiy t>aw. March tl), •dspfcrf the firrgoria* or "near stylc" to place 0/ (He JuMan or "old rtytr' COlfs*jr. and canceled ftoi Ilea rx tottoy exevaa of ft dayi by autist Cgyleaator I, nit, tKr Jfth. The dole given ky /*re*coff is, therefore, the "old ttyle" date. To Locate Missing Boy Dear Mine Grey: What I* tha tost way for me to Icrate my hoy who disappeared taro year* ago from this city? Ml IK. K. The best plaa i* the we of ordin ary police method*. The, chief of police vrffl, on re/fueitt, furnish « full description of the mitring boy to all police chiefl ia the I'nited Hlatea •ad Canada, and endeavor to locals the toy for yon. Sixty par rent af the vtrtTi antpait of copper la controlled by tha United Rtataa. CUTICU^ FOR HAIR AND SKIN For promoting and maintain ing beauty of akin and hair Xuticura Soap and Ointment •re unexcelled. Cuticura Tal cum is an ideal powder, re freshing and cooling to most delicate skins. tom+M+TwrntrMiM Utai -IIH.M.Ut •"WjM <M • bUn«? »JJt IIKI litmmUf W,l JM* ahma ■lilmi mmm. r*« Wreck *r Francis Lynde iwt, kv MT'I IMII (OMrtlnM* From Yfwlrrday) It was pratty n»«»rt» nine o'clock when tha editor went away, mil Mr. Norrnw w»» Juat »*) tug to nU th»t ha gue»»«<t **J better knock off for th» night, whan we both heard a »tep In M\y'a room. IA Mt'onit Inter the door waa pu»ln4 and t nun irnmt In. making j for the pmrMl chair and fliitgtng himself Into It aa If he d reached tha limit, tt wan Oolllngwood.. Ilr waa ohrwtMK on a dead rl* ir and hla fare waa Ilka the faoa of a e»<rpe«. Hut he waa aober Naturally. I auppoa**! he had come to make trouble with the boea on Mr* Shrtla'a account, and I quietly «l*nl open the drawer of my desk whera t kept Fred H*t'» •utinutK. 10 aa to be ready. ll* dldnt waate murh time. "I taw you aa 1 waa wmlng away fivm Kendrtrfc'• laat night." he began, with • blckarlnf "up In hla voic«. "Old you g« up againat the gun I had loaded for you**' Mr Non-row cut atnUght thru to tha bottom of that lltUe cornpll cation at a atngla atroke -What Mr*. Collingw>*»d yald to me. or what I aald to her. can have no powtlble t»art 11* upon anything that you'may have to »ay to me. or thai I can oonaaut to U»t»n to, Mr. CoOlngwood" The derelict sal up in hla chair "But > ju've (ot to keep hand* off. Just the M)"; at Kendrlrk'a and in thla otbar buslneaa. too. If you dont there la going to be blood on the moon! Oet me*" The bdaa never batted an eye "I'rt taking It for rranted that you are *ober. Mr. Colllngar**»d." ha saild "If you bra, you mu«t *ur*ly knot* that threats are about th* pooreat possible wtapoi.i JOU can uae Junt ! now * "It's a plant. from start to fin 'lsh!~ gritted tha man In the rhair "I ha vent dona a damned thing more than to cash a tew cbecka for —for ejtpenaaa, and turn the money over to Bulloch. Now Hatdr tail* Ima that 1 waa working with a a pot tar —hla a potter—and that ha can »end ma up for bribery. It'a a lie I dont know what Bullock did with tha money, and 1 don't want to know." "But yon had order* to gtv* tt to him when ha required It. didn't you" Mr. NortToas cut In. That* none of your businww. 1 want you to choke thii man Itotch off of me" Th* boaa had picked ay his paper knlfa. "1 don't know why you should coma to ma for help.* he , said. "Tou hava been hand Inflate with thaaa conspirator* *v»r since you cama out hero. Tou have known what they aeare doing to dee troy tha railroad property and wrack our train*, and twa day* ago yon knew that they had sat a trap for my special train on tha Htrath cona branch—* trap that waa meant to kill ma " tt waa ft rtstoi shot. aad 1 knew that Mr. Norrrtaa waa Mat ruawing at whara It might land 1 whan ha fired It. But It want home, oh. yon bat It want home! "liama yo«T gurgled tha bound ar. half starting to hla feet. ~Wh> •houldnt 1 want to a*s you killed* And what do 1 car* what become* of your cursed railroad? HaVont yon dona enough to ma?" "Nor tha word waa alammed at him Ilka a bullet. And than: "A* I told you In tha beginning. we won't go Into any phase of It that In vol vea Mr* ColllngWQod. flat back into your own boat Aro you trying to tell ma now that Hatch la threatening you?" -He'* play ad ma far a eomo-nn Ha aay* hea got tha whole business down In black and while, with af fidavits. and ail that. Ha had the narva to tell m* laaa than an hour ago that he'd burn ma alive if I dldnt toa tha mark.* "What doea ha want yon to do*" "Ms aranta ma to stick around hare so that he can uaa ma against yon. He knoors bow you're mixed tip with Hhella and that you cant turn a 'wheal without making It look aa If you wera going aft ar me on your own personal account.* Thera was for a tlttl* time, and tha crackla of th* match with which Mr. Norcroaa relighted hla cigar smashed Into tha atlllnaaa lika a tiny pistol ahot. It araa an awful muddle, with bloody murder ■ticking out of It on every aide. "If you hava coma tore with tha Idea that I can force Hatch's hand, you ar* vary much misled," *ald the boaa, at the close of the electric pause. And than: "Ha* ha made It appear to you that ha waa merely 1 trying to hetp you avenge your own fancied wrong* V "Ha said I ought to gat yon; that any man who would make lova tn a married woman ought to ba got." My chief waa looking past the derelict, and out thru the darkened window. "You don't know ma. Mr. Colling wood, but you do know your wife; and you know that *he la aa far ahova suspicion as tha angela In ! heaven, Uet that part of It go Hatch wa* merely using you for hla own end*. If h« could persuade you - to kill ma off out of the way. It would be merely that much gained in the business fight. Tou haven't done It thus far, and now ha la using your check cashing excursion aa a dub arlth which he propoeen to brain the entire railroad manage ment, your uncle Included, If we Interfere arlth hi* plana" Colllngwood scowled up gt the selling, shifting the dead cigar from one corner of bis mouth to the other. "Ho that's the way of tt. Is tt?" !he commented. "He was working I for his own pocket all the time. I and Uncle Breck Stan da pat and ' allp* him the ace he w»* reeding to make hi* hand a winner. Be twe«n you and me, NorcroH*. I ho lleve this damned piker net-da kill ing a few tiroea himself." (Continued Tomorrow) For OooA Apple Pie so to UokU'it. —Adv»rtlwm<*nt Tli* moat for ymf mnn«r. ttie *£■* rnur mouth. for your h*»lth I* th* guar mi. Ktiwi* x ■ MOWN Inlllr'i I.radius l»al(l Offlr» IN MaaHa Mi DOINGS OF THE DUFFS FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS S*ie . This t« th* story of a wedding so long ago that th* brtda is now a gra/ft/nother. Over xwl of th* mountain* In th* days wa knr* to hear about, whan Indiana iDwknl around with tomahawk* under Utctr blankets, there lived a pretty girl with her parents, and Ilka all piotty girl*, of course, she had a lover who oam* to *en her. *pd after a time they deckled tn be married and Live happily aver aftar. Now, mayto yon dont know that deriding la got married manna quits a tot of things tn a pretty girt. Home of ttos plan say gtrta had an exciting time about their mm tor. for how could yotraaw uni*a» you bod stuff to eew on? And sometimes they hadnt oven thread and had to ravel out the threaute from sheets or even from aail cloth to get any to eew with. And linear. What a time they did have getting *ho*a; when they had only one chance tn alx months or a year to get any. and always had to trust some man to select them Now. this pretty girl In our atory had all her trousseau ready, ex cept her slippers, and her lover waa getting awfully Impatient. "Why must we wait, dear*" he wonM aek her. "I have our little house built, and I arant you no " But ahi wouldn't explain. Hhe only said: "I am almost ready and and I want to go tn live In our kit tle house, but 1 can't do it. not ADVENTURE'S TMfr TWINS Iw Olivg RuViair Barter! "ON THE TOP OF THE WORLD" The eagle flew awy with a great flapping of wings, leav ing the twins alone on top of the world! Tha eaucle set th* twins on a snow rove red roc k on top of a filgh moun tain. "Now," said ha. "I think that I've rot you at last, my dear*. For, of course, you know that I'm not really an eagle at all. but yonr friend the Botodil Jinn, at yotir KerVlca." "Toii'ne not our friend?" exclaim ed Nick, stamping hla foot. "And you ar* not at our service." declared Nancy. "Tou know very well that you've done everything you can to keep us from gattlng to the South Thoroughness our m«tho<l» In *v*-ry transaction. an*l our cunto rn*r* ar« rvrry cour tly rorminti'iil with Muur.ci buai n«*#« Ju<lkiiicnL ■ 4% Pall mm Marlaia Am»»<l Aeeounta In <'h»«k An Cordially Invited Peoples Savings Bank MM OffO A\ K. I'IKK *T. Puffr ttS TIIK WEDDING yet." Then aha would tell her mother "I Will not I will not be married in my heavy old shoes. I want aome allppera." Ho at last they ram*. the pretty Ultle slipper*, and she triad them on. and tho they were quite tight, ahe didn't earn. ho th* day waa e*C And th* wedding dinner wa* all ouoked and tha hide arms dressed and they thought her vary lovely from her gloeary head to the tips of her gtoawy * tippers. Then they sal down to wait for tha minister, at was his day ta oome—h* came onca avary monlhj They waited and they waited, and while they wailed tha llttio allpper* pinched and burned and hurt, and the bfid*'* feet ached till ah* thought ahs would cry. Still tha minister dldnt coma. At last the father mid. "Here. Honey, put on my oarpet allpper* and reel your feet till tha minister cornea." Bo aha allppod on the big red and yellow alippers and wait ed in comfort. Theif up cams the mlnlater on his horar "I'm In an awful hur ry." ha said "I'm needed badly at a home over th* hill, Htand up and I'U marry you." And they wera ao surprised to have to do It In such a hurry that the bride forgot all about the little allpper* they had walled for ao long and waa married In hor tat her"a carpet bedroom allppora Pol*. rr« a ghame, torn, for Bntteher- Hnatrh muat made to give up the toy*. Chi Id ran are having birthday* ovrry day and not getting a thin*'" Tha eagle »rr*n m«*l with de llirtit. "Well/* Art id lift, "If I am not your friend, at leant, I am tha friend of Hnltcher-flnatrh. W« wicked fair if* muat atlrk together?* "You hti-iu to t« proud of ft," aald Nancy, "1 .should my I mn! Juat an proud of a wicked fairy a* you are •of having that box of Charms and your Magic Oreon RhoML" Tha twin* lo«»ked alarmed. What | would happen If the Jinn took them nil away again? The angle hastened to rMUMiire them. '•Oh, I won't taka your pre. clou* belonging* again, at Inoat not | now, hwatuie they cannot !*• Uie leant j hit of una to you. Your language ''harm you may keep wo you may un derstand me when I talk to you. The Map IH uaeleHa, fur you ran *ea nothing of the world up h*r* abovv the clotlda. The (tolrian Key, too, I am not afraid of, for thrra lg nothing to unlock. And why ahould 1 fanr yotir Magic Rhoe*. T T p her* they enn not tell North from South. You tnay keep them." The a«gla flew away with a giant flapping of wlng«. The twlna WIT« alone on top of Uic world! | TIIE SEATTLE BTAR BETTY AND HER BEAU Confessions of a Bride 1»T1. *T tLntmtpnm Aatocitito* THE BOOK OF MARTHA BOim KKCRKT IS IIOI.VKD Very »ura «u I Uut Ana luiew something ibout my husband's big •acret. Therefor* I resolved to wk bar what sh* know, and If possible to free inynlf lofrrtr frnm my tor turing doubt* • concerning Dob's whereabouts at the time of my ab- WRM tn Now Tork. IW>b and I had been »«ry happy since *• hjul com* together again, but underlying my own Itapplnem wan a certain unrmt. I had a fwllni of Instability, a MDH that I ttu being ch«ti4. Having cheated m* onm, what wu to hold Ikib back from cheating m« again? Thai doubt, that fear, t am «ur» la th« cunw which follows the estrangement* of the married. It lakea a long tkne for a wife to for got It onoa bar trust haa been vio lated; a longer tlma to arrive at any thing Ilka her original confidence tn the man t« whom ah* gave bor bridal faith. . Happy Indeed la the husband an.l very »-la» —who cherUha* tha pre cious frilih of his bride, and doe* his fair share to aava it from destruc tion! I snppnae I ought to have had some compunction about pitting any querlm about my huahand to Ann. but when did a jealous wlfa *ver hamper hnr own sleuthing? Ann had no nompunctiona about replying when I asked what she knew about Hob's secret. "Not much—you silly!" atw said. "All I know la that Katherln* Mil ler waa employed by tba vice cru sader* to do a little detective work. Katherln* told me. And she took Jtcb along to take care of her " No more could Mistress Ann tell me. but sh* added (hla advloo: "Why don't you put It up to Hob*" NERVOUS FAINTING SPELLS Mrs. Werner tell* How they Yield (o Lydia EL Pinkh&m'a Vegetable Compound Camden, N. J.—"Before my baby WM born I wan ran down and weak. much good. I took Lydia B. Pink ham's Vegetable Comuound and soon felt a change and could do my work without pain and was cured of those nervous spells. Now I have a nice baby girl and had an easy time at birth, thanks to Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound.''—Mrs. Wllr> LIAM C. WERNER, 1216 Van Hook St, Camden, N J. Whon a wife finds her energies ar« flagging, she is weak, nervous,sufTera from backache, the "blues" shel should build her system up at once by taking that standard woman's medi cine, Lydia E. i'inkham's Vegetable Compound, as did Mrs. Werner. If there in anything about your con dition you do not understand write Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., i Lynn, Mass., about your health. 1 Even Here, Business Is Bad He Souvded Like a Freak Little had I Imagined that the pretty rouged girls whom I had seen leaving the burning prison In a pro o-taslon had any possible connection with my personal affairs! The very Idea made me furious, and mv anih mad* me brave, and ao that night I asked llob how he had apent the time of my absqnue in New York Itoh thought a long thne before he replied, then he spoke with the re signed air of one who haa decided to make a clean breast of a bad matter. "Morrison asked Kntherlne to do n little investigating at some of the hotels. It waa for the vice cru- Hoder*," he explained. "I went with her!" "I dnnt see any aense In that!" I .said bitterly. (To Be Continued) had paina in my back and ftomach, waa very nervoui and would have fainting apella. 1 certainly sulTered awfully withthoae nervous fainting apella. I did not know anyone at times and used to ■cream. A doctor treated mo but dici not aecm to da .1. t 11. n *%■ • X.ungs Weak? Onerous Offer to Tubercu losis Sufferers of Trial of fcANOSIN SANOLEUM Em bracing Europe's Remarkable Expectorant, SANOSIN Not Ml medlral aclantlata Doctors Ptn #ll tin, Hommerfleld. Wolff, Noel, Oauthlar, lo**ara declare HANOSIN moat valuable treatment for Pulmonary alltnanta Fellt Wolff, rotirt phvnirian. Ilnetlf of iha ftanltarlum for Conaumptlvaa in Relbnlda gmn. Germany, highly recommenda It. RANOBIN haa hwn officially rerommend ed to tha Herlln Medical Aaaorlatlon. Dr C. W. A RM9M, Amnterdam, Hol land. darlaraa It a "Moral obligation to niAke HANOHIN known to tha whnla hu man raca." American auffarerg, rich or poor, ran uaa thla remarkable hnma treat fnant that haa mat with atich atirr«*aa In Kurope HANOHIN fANOLWI'M la da algned t« |ro4v«« calm, roatful alaap without morphhim or almllar drugs, and to bring aim. ml Immediate re lief from roughing hlood aplttlng and night awaata HAN'OHIN HANot.Kt'M la an Inetpenalve homa treatment of gen uine merit, and la proving a Meaning to all ■uffrring from tubarruloala. hronehltla, aethma. catarrh*. whoop ing rough, at a. Hand for FRKHS ROOK - I.RT twlih teattmonlala> explaining thla treatment and how a trial ran ha made In your own hnma at our riak Add ran* HANOHIN-HANOI.EI M. If 2 N. Wabaeh A»e.. 4 Hli-ngo. 111., Dept. IM, aiiuw raib TU HOME PNFORTITN ATE llaautaut i THE CRAZY QUILT EVERETT TRUE STAR .WANT ADS BRING RESULTS PACE • By ALLMAN By BLOSSER By PARKS BY AHERN By CONDO