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(*g) DIJ MARGAKFT w/odemer
OH A PTKR 58
J F.RP.V t quite --'til He dtci not
.set'm ?11 re - ent this unpardonable
alui mi his promised bride. He did
not even " ■•• m to have heard it
“Would vou mini repeating that
last sentence again. the ore about
your m irt Ing Orton* «»*■' »*
iength very pent v ’ w.isn sti e
as youi ter'o "
•‘Tens
■ A lot deerer - t-.u 'ou we- »ouM
have been wit I On i " 4
may i ask said • f •• '
breatt less j tot his • *u > *Uht
neaa. in the lUU'tlx
'lt W.IS. ' l.eltl S.Vd S;‘v *'*
You meai you iiiV
’l'm not
It ewer ns you .tr. • v cur % • >
t'ti U
close, si'atr. -io.ote
•Tou mu e
adoringly > «■;• > ••
I'm bex
.vou ‘t 1 ’ ' c
•‘From > v.. •'•<
mar;- wo- <
Orton Kve «
£ fc r
culled la"-'
Tt*s -
DCeVr.. ' '
face -•
wart 'v
“Hut • • - ** • "•‘ m t 0
be iove
me. ir.
Imaelr*
ing to !. •
Tlwsy un
her trie tie,
rogerhei ie» ' ‘ on ‘
arm from mo
eaid ir a
“What s h.l
fng about '
"Y mi i.i -in u! ,t I i • ti I'll
things jou .< t - ■ •(•*• ■
ing to i..,te !_u Cid only
wan tine ir.or. y m>. v»s'e»> w • «o
rial <t .h. '• .mine not! ns »•
thin". uii t vou -ii«t »lih :• i i
tav. Orton - tin. I ..i, e it* >
And you i • '.»■! -topr>ed to think u
the pn- ti -n 1 is n ”
■Of • ever
Mellon Whispers With Counsel in Tax Appeal
ai'
“ > * a
r-x kM
C ; ? '~‘^F
?9^ K ~
A ruin u VV. Mellon, indicated by
tuiovv, former U. S. secretary of
the treasury and former ambas
.-auoi to (ireat Britain, is pictured
in a whispered conference with W
OLJ k YESTf:KDA IJ>
\Vthen PntO 'Den AladeG rid History
With His Record Kicking Ability
Malting one oi famous knit*.
i u r^ nri t-- 1 ?*
Ora nee of the day of Pat ,y u' ’aL , ll,e * mo£t k *i
star player of the t'niversitv is Allj-r loavmv -olle^
Wisconsin grid team. O I.ea l,e. u l '?•?'go,?”?, ***"*?'; l '"A
?am* famous through his oducniod ,"" 1 " 1 lilt !l ‘“‘ l
toe. Locorrt after record was sh l 1 ’ 1 " 1 ' wor,im *
, ... . ' .tinornin liimherviinl under tl»
>• Is y D» **»»• his kirk ilia win. „ amfe n , t ., nrleß j. Witche||
oooy at last nights bouquet. He
kissed her to insure It
••Put l couldn't see why you
uidn t understand." site said happily.
and 1 d been on the brink of Orton
over a year— "
•And thinking it was grand”.
"Well, accepting it. let me tell
you. lots of young women wanted
to be in my shoes.’’
“They hadn’t seen me, you were
going to say.”
"You're outrageous. Orton will
piobab'y wear much better as a
husband than you ever will."
"Wear more, you mean, my sweet.
Well, you need never worry about
vr-.t Minnie any more. Red DeFrtes
vflU cf<e to it that she's lots better
off In the future than she has been
n the -aet ire’s a live wire, and he
nd Marge have t’ eir livelihood de
•ven rng on it too. She'll hove back
gore than she put 'n ”
fit do you understand? I've
• r n forgiven for nothing at a.ll too
ar.g 'ey He: and Addy to take it
••oiu anybody else, even you."
"1 .'o tin lers r tid. and beg your
.• darli : t did. months ago.
}g- ; • von v- if out of reach nd
v ...t uood w. - q? I’nt I w.is so
..Set . ,-\ of course. I tried to make
-a - ;k:rl; 1 v.v- or try over the Mar
tin ; -v -■ a pup »'m sorry -that is.
,o \ is 1 oai !•-■? w'til yon here
•At v • ! have mv kennels
air. an i van go hr “I. t«. running
. ■ ~ ,a i
"Kev-r.e!- . jc»- - - tying '.own, if one
t vo Lc-mml ir. it, r n-i the say
•• ’ v. ‘ ’ i.e 'V :< •! ; vn.u at
• w. • . -o e v •■•!•--.- r t’ what
, -;. ■"!!, pe "
•■'A" ’i \ ■-. il\ e lane iKmk lot
;o* N o_ t’ usro: Tai !e -log.
I' ♦- w p ;• hotel room, oi
? «e • o : : •• • n -no;ed nior* -
f -,n o ke-1 e.: it him with
".-v-e -a\< oundv »ood to her.
I. • 'a.l’ne I.e-t’- leave Often
A. Seifert, counsel, as his appeal
from a government levy of
53,000.000 for income taxes and
penalties for 1931 was being
heard before a three-man U. S.
HENDERSON. (N. C.) DAILY DISPATCH, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY2I. 1935
to his Mary Martin; If yon are te
j moved, 1 hope you don't mind, but it
j will happen. It will be good for tliai
' all-conquering mot! er of his, and ii
i will do him wonders. She'll have
him divorced and back in circulation
in a year or so, if you should ever
happen to need hint again ”
“Jerry, you are such an idiot!”
"Well, you do love me, thank
goodness!” he said, standing up and
drawing a long, unmistakably re
; lieved breath. "That settles it.
j Come along.”
j “What?"
| “Come along. The day is yet
; young, my dear. Co inside and pack
ja few things. You can finish equip
i ping in New York. You have your
; Ford in the garage. We're going
! over to White Plains to have break
' fast, and then get a nice licence jiiat
j sister's. Now that Bet is the
j noble and civic sister there's no room
j for you. darling of my heart! The
: best thing you can do Is to elope. a«
Bet wanted to. if a bit more legally.
Leave a note on (he pincushion for
i Aunt Minnie and wire the kennel
jman. Jane and you and 1 have a
[ commission to fly to China via Rusu
! sia and Manchuria. So get up off
the grass, my own love!”
i She laughed, her crested head
thrown back, and sprang up, giving
him her bands. /
"Danger excitement change
-freedom?" - .
“Ml those. All the things Bet
thought she wanted and didn’t. ‘ All
you’ve wanted all your life and lia4
io nut under because otlie'-. peoipl*
needed you. And a man and a dog
thrown in'who adore you, and know
' tint whatever you do is wonderful
even !f they know . better! Is it
enough, my darling?” •'
”Cnough?" . »
She lfad been poised to run to the
house She stopped and laughed
• > .'-I; u him. bright-eyed. She need
never le anything but the real
l.e a again; that Leila whom Terry
alone loved and knew to the hone
She turned and threw her arms
around him. C
1 “M'oie tii.in enough Heaven’" she
j said.
nhi /;v d >
board in Pittsburgh, I*u. A fed
oral grand jury failed to indici
Mellon for fraud in connection
with his income tax returns Iml
spring
How Hand Is Consiritclcd
And Germs Gain Entrance
By LOGAN GLENDENING, M. J>.
the COMMONEST disease of the
hand is due to simple infection. The
•easnns for thisjas was pointed out
* ye s ter day, are
Ur. Ctendeaing
hut the hand bears the brunt of
such contacts. The objects that we
touch in the external world are usu
ally dirty—that is to covered
with gernis. and when $ cut, or
piercing wound, or stab wound oc
•iirs. the germs are introduced under
the skin in the deeper .layers -of,
fascia. ? I
It is the distribution of these sacs,
or fascia! layers, which makes hand j
infection frequently so serious, 'the >
structure and work of the hand de
pend entirely upon the arrangement j
of these fascial layers so ttyere is no
getting away from it.
The fingers are moved' by the
muscles of the forearm. tTliit je'
Why they are so strong. These large
muscles could not be incorporated in
the hand itself, and have the organ
small enough to function as it does, j
Therefore, long tendons go down
from the muscle attachments in the
arm. over the wrist, through the
palm or back of the hand, to be at
tached to the base or tips of the fin
gers. These tendons are like pulley
cords, and have to naove and itfip.
easily across each other and over th*
and other structures of the
hand, In order to ‘ accomplish this
Nature has surrounded them with a
very delicate membrane, lubricated
with fluid. But these membranes
are, unfortunately, extremely <*M**
Chow for Quin Papa
>x : > ••
V .
J :|l|
Oliva Dionne
Father of Canaria’s fa mo a nmi*
r.uplets, Papa Oliva Dionno rrvcfii*
•*wner- a hip of an astonishing ap
petite as he breakfasts in a fh
t.roit hotel during theatrical loui
he and Mrs Dionne are making.
/fOAH AIUMSKUU,
\<. BA<tK-' ,
v c '
DFAft. MOAH= did Vou ever
e>UPA YOUR. W/AV
ON A tramp STEAhER?
DAM BU2 2Q ALICE, TEXAS
DEAR. NOAti DID YOUR
ANTI-FREEZE- IM YOUR
Car last Winter?
j- lucke rr
DEAR. L/OAH = WAS
picture hung- because *
IT WAS FRAMED ?
ETHEL NEWMAN N-Y
--SEND IN YOUR NUMB NOTIONS
NOW TO OEAft NOAH ——
11 ijc / t‘U‘i )(V J
jCJU. _ E^ef|Wr v
I; on do not went to htenl; *
leiiciue <‘at;e and fet.i '<o cut it
with a knife, use a trottg - !l.
thfrud: Hold 't lout and out
tii rough tlu vake wit. it
five to infection, and since they
intercommunicating, a stab worn
as from a tack or ice pick, may dig
into the tip of the finger and the in
fection there deposited, going dov. n
the fascial sacs, may end np as an
abscess in the palm of the hand.
' Anatom 1/ of the fascia at hand,
showing how infection of one paint
will travel along fascial sheath, and
infect whole hand.
These infections are usually ordi
I nary pus infections, hut the most
dangerous kind are those caused by
the germs called “streptococcus',
which does not form a thick pus.
i 'pie remarkable thing a horn mod
ern treatment of these in
fections is hpw function
of the hand'cart he sfi
may occur, resulting in a great
boggy, swollen, gangrenous looking
hand, which would make one feel
that amputation was necessary un
less you knew that with conservative
treatment and patient care, the hand
would eventually return to normal,
i Perhaps not Quite to normal, but at
least to a good functional prehensile
> organ. ■ ,
The basis of these treatments i*
to keep the hand and arm quiet in
a splint, and at the same lime appi Y
large moist dressings; opening small
ehttstiT epote jm they appear
quite obvious. ;
The hand is, in
most cases, the
in s r ruiment of
contact; with the
external world. l
The skin of the
rest of • the body
does not come i
into violent con- j
tact with exter
nal objects, at
least, sufficiently
\ iolent to break
th* skin. In our
state of civiliza
tion the skin of
the foot is usu
a I I y protected,
* OUR YESTERDAYS
When Eight Chicago Players Were Suspended
For “ Throning ” World Series to Cincinnati
The Chicago White Sox of 1919.
joe Jeckson
GIVING FORTH an aroma that
was none too pleasing to baseball
fans of the nation, charges were
hurled back in 1920 that the world
series of the preceding year, won
by the National League Cincinnati
R«d9, had been “thrown" bv the
Pa and Ma Dionne Provide Some Expert Advice
i am** liSWWflj
The father ami mother of the famed Dionne quintuplets give an artist some expert, advice on retouching
the picture of one oi the five, as they visit a Detroit newspaper office. It’s Marie who is looking roguishly
down at them from the photo being prepared for publication (Central Press)
OUR YESTERDAYS-
When Seven Gangsters Were Slain in Chicago,
The Notorious St. Valentine’s . Day Massacre
GANGTjAND’S ghastliest demon
**ration of effrontery to law and
urdfr came on Feb. u 1929. in
Chicago, when seven gangsters
were murdered in cold blood by
Bombers of a rival aan*. resulting ,
Cicotte
Chicago White Sox. An investiga- j
tion tended to establish the conten
tion that the series had been
crooked and eight White Sox
players—Jackson, Cicotte, Gandii,
Williams, McMullen, Risk erg,
Weaver and Felsh—were sus*
in what since lias been known as
the St. Valentine’s Day massacre
Posing as policemen, the gunmen
trapped the seven gangsters, mem
bers of the Georg e_ {Bugsj JVforan
m**, l» a *ara** ©« North Clark
Gantlil
pended. One of the first acts at
Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis,
after being named high commia
sioner of baseball in 1921, was io
bar the eight players from organ
ized haseball. The incident became
known os the “Rlack Sox" scandal.
street, disarmed them ami then
shot them with sawed-off shotguns
and machine guns fired at close
range. Six of them died instantl>,
white the seventh succumbed a few
hours later. The gunmen escaped

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