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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM. OREGON. - -
TUESDAY MORNING. DECEAFRER'' 28, 1920
The Story oi a Honeymoon
. 'I tmmmmmmmmm .. 4 . Z
4 Wonderful Romance of Harried
Life Wonderfallj Told bj '
ADELES OAIUIISOX -
WHAT KATHBRINE TOLD
MADGE ABOUT HER HEART
AXU rLAMS. "'
Katnrin drew her hand away
from, my clasp with a little Jerk.
and as she sprang up from the
roach, dashed the tears from bet-
eyes. -X , -; i .
'What ait idiot yoa must think
me. Madge!" she said. "I'm a
fine specimen of narse. going te
pieces this way.
There was bitter self-condem-
1iatioa in her tone. She evident
y meant me to believe that sheer
1 nervousness haT caused her emo
tion, but J refused . to aceept 'the
tentative 'explanation. I was as
sure that she woald feel all the
better for openinz her heart to
me. i -
I slipped to her side, put my
arms around. her.-
ris Jack skill worrying the life
out or yoa 7 "I I asked softly.
She surfed violently, then
turned her face to my- shoulder,
and for a moment or two I eon id
feel her slight shoulders shake
with, the sobs she had repressed
so long. .
1 smoothed her soft hair, wait
ed for the ebullition to pass. I had
deliberately encouraged the out
burst, for Katherlne. because of
her pride in her calling, seldom
allows herself an Instant's devia
tioa from her. poised calmness of
demeanor.. . .
?Hew 4(4 you know 1 Jnat had
to cry?" she demanded whimsi
cally a few moment: rater; :;
"From experience." I returned
"Kow Just suppose . yenv telt xne
all about Jt, unless you think
ought to go down ' for Lillian
"Time enough for Lillian when
the physician ' calls me," she re
plied. "And there isn't much to
tell. It's the same old story.
Jack Insists . upon my marrying
him and giving up any kind of
work when old Mrs. Morton shall
have passed' away.. He has mon
ey enongh,'you-know, from that
last investment of his, so that he
- can take care of me comfortably,
and I don't believe they are going
to let him go back to the front'
a jaoment 1 had '-art Insight Into
the smokrerinfr fires '-beneath mri
little friend's demure .exterior.
r i ve ttron gut n- an eutaear
girl," she Vent on. a moment lat-
er, her voice colorless' and even.i
"and there is no use talking about
it. It's hard enough as it is."
"Have you told Jack?" I asked
What Madge Resolved.
"Not yet. No use saying any
thing until old Mrs. Morton is
gone. Then I m going to ask Lil
lian for my release and -go baek to
"But .Katberine." I protested.
remembering ' the story - she had
told me of Dr. Braithewalte's one
time romantic interest . ; in - her.
"don't you realize. what Jack will
think if you throw him over this
way and go to France. He will
"I know perfectly well what he
will imagine." she retorted.. "He
has been imagining it for a lone,
long time. And. if he choos-s so
to raUjudge tha purpose to which
I have devoted myseir, I eannoi
help it.- ...
i There was that In her tone
which told me that Jack's foolish
Jealousy - of Dr.: Braithe waite ' had
at last aroused resentment, in
Katherine's patient heart. And I
knew her" well enough to realize
that she would be as slow' to for
give as she was to be angered.
My heart was heavy lor ray
brother-cousin,' but I couldn't help
realizing the justice of Kather
ine's position. 'But " I resolved
grimly to meddle, , and meddle
hard, with their Jove affair -if I
saw Ihe slightest opportunity to
do so. ,
(To be continued)
College Men Discuss
IS FAIRLY QUIET
A Few Fatal Shooting in
Dublin and Londonderry ;
Troops Clear Streets
DUBLIN', Dec. 27. The holiday
rftssfrd fairly quietly in Dublin
coritrary to expiations. The
curfew order .was not relaxed but
on Christmas eve, it was to nome
extent ignored by, roisterers
throughout the night and there
was much alarm and shooting,
several persons being slightly In
jured. A young soldier in civilian
r iot hex was shot dead by a sen
try in the grounds of the Royal
hospital at. Kilmainham, on the
west side of the city, for refusing
lo "halt when challenged. n dif
ferent parts of the country men
were shot dead hy armed gangs.
Elizabeth Scales, the young wo
man who was killed in Limerick,
lost her life In a brave attempt
to protect her companion, ConMA
bie Richardson. " She. rushed; m
between J him " and several assatl
ants and received a bullet in her
Accounts of the Brnf f incident
differ. The police say an .ambush
was being prepared in the Ouilta
more house, near Bruff, accord
ing to other reports merely a
Christmas dance was proceeding
there.. '. . -
The Bruff . constabulary sig
nalled to Limerick for reinforce
ments an3 a large body of police
with 'an armored ear was nt.
Borne military arrived at midnight
and it is alleged the soldiers were
De Valera HI and iti
said to ben well known Sinn Fein!
One civilian, I
organizer, van . killed. All per
sons found with arras In their po
ssiorv were made prisoners.
There were, faction riots in Lon
donderry Christmas night and
Sunday but troops cleared the
Pet Dog Causes Arrest
of Woman Bank Robber
ATLANTIC CITY, X. J.. Dec.
2 T. Professor C. O. Ruggles.
ITniversity of Iowa, suggested
that it might be a good thing fer
the country to appy the principles
;of - eminent, domain to the rail
roads themselves "to convince
them that they-are to be in the
future the servants of. the peo
ple." in. addressing the conven
tion of the American Economic
association today. Professor
Frank H. Dixon,' head of the eco
nomic department of Princeton
University, took a different view,
and expressed the fear -that the
nation has been carried .danger
ously near the verge of paternal
ism through congressional action
to' regulate the railroads.
"Well, why don't you?" I asked.
trying to keep a note of sympa
thy. The anrest way to get at her
inner thoughts Is to sound a note
"Why. Madge Graham!' she
exclaimed, wide-eyed. "Yoa know
I cannot give up my work." ,
"Which work?" I asked Quietly.
She' was silent a moment.
"You're put your finger on my
trouble, child." she said at last.
and there was a hint of tragedy
in her voice. "Of. v course,. I'm
glad. to be of service to Lillian
here, but this service isnt,-never
will be, "mr vocation. Vhy,
Madge!" ner voice grew tense
"I'm just as much consecrated to
my Red Cross nursing as Jack
was to his fighting. Nothing can
take its place, nothing must hin
rBut suppose Jack should con
sent to your going back to the
Red Cross nursing after you had
"You ought to know Jack bet
ter than that," she said reproach
fully. "Besides, you can see what
an impwosstble arrangement that
would be for him he here, un
able to do any more for his conn
try, and his wife nursing in
France. Tf he could go back him
self It would be different No,
dear, there's only one way out.
it .seems to me, and that is for
Jack and me to part."
"Part! Jack and yon! Impossi
ble!" I -exclaimed. -"Why,t lie's
mad about yon!" x'
"And what do you think I feel
for him?" she blazed out. and for
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 27. A
pet dog was said to b respoiisi
ble for the' arrest today In Chica
go' of Franklin II. MaeCarthy and
Dorothy R. Ilicknell. known alo
as Mrs. MacCarthy. the polke
said, both of whom are wanter
here to answer charge of having
robbed a bank of $3000.
' The Woman was said to be so
attached to the dog a collie-
that phe took it with her where
ever she went, so operatives of a
through the animal.
fJiding Near New York
Pittsburg Street Car
Crash tills Hospitals
PITTSBURGH. Dec. 27. One
person is. known to have been
killed and more than. 20 others
were injured, tonight when the
trailer of a street car, making a
grade in the Forbes stret section,
near Craft avenne. got - beyond
control of the motorman. rushed
back down the hill and crashed
Into another can
All ambulance In the city and
many patrol wagons' were . sum
moned. Shortly after the. acci
dent one hospital had received
21 -persons suffering from broken
hones and bruises, while another
reported that 10 injured had been
;NEW YORtf. Dec-27. Eamon
de Valera. "prej-ldent of the irih
republic," who went into seclusion
several weeks ago "for a rest." is
still indisposed In his hiding place
near this city.' Harry Roland, hi
secretary, said tonight. Roland,
who has just returned from a New
England trip with Mrs. Muriel
MacSwioey. widow of the late
lord mayor of Cork, said be In
tended visiting De Valera tomor
row. Shortly after Mr. De Valera
gave up his hotel suite here Bo-
land said be would reappear the
day after Christmas in order to
keep speaking i-ngagements in the
wetst. He denied cable reports that
De Valera was on his way to
Lumberjack ueklnt; emf.foy-1 v-nf. awigned to work lih the i FjaMia. CUloe Launiitu,
menr nt bureau next dnnr were envernment w.en. Trial date fori, rlva a rrfrrre' ael.ln
JYind to' have a Tdetrtilul sonree i thee men wi MlTor March T. ' m an efhl niund botrt wnh
i supply, mun imr'iisjuim m-j "i in i rnrij 'ai" y.iing Ja'it V-m if M
lofcd rBipty lottle. . j attorney- nfrie. the rhare i Bh 6rr(, tonight.
No dal)t or hHntne from I aralnat the offirr a remote! -
rriMirlttl t 'rm tue state in the federal
this cjum. have leen
i mon the woodm-n.
Deputy U. S. Marshal Is
Suicide at Portland
l-fense of the men will be In
lb" hand o( AiMant- I'nitM
5tate Attorney John Veatrh.
City council tonight unanimously
pased a resolution Inviting Mrs.
Terence MacSwiney to viiit Cleve
land as the city's guest of honor.
Against Wood Alcohol
BOSTON. Dec. 27. A run on
the, denatured alcohol xnpply of
a paint shop in the north end by
lumberjacks who disregarded a
skull and cross-bones warning
that the f-tuff wan deadly poixon.
caused a revocation today of the
license of the Albert K. Sheldon
company, wholesale paint and
varuish dealers, to sell wood al
cohol and denatured alcohbl.
Health i Commissioner Woodward,
who issued the order, said it vt
due to reckless and careless sale.
PORTLAND. Or.. Dec. 27
Peter Wiser, a deputy United
States marnhal and an Oregon pio
nw, fctrnt biijtsWf to death at hi
home today arconlinc to irpnrt
by nientlM-rs of hi family to lb
He had been employed, recent
ly guarding boat on Ihe wale.
front, but abost a week ago !
unstained an injury to Lis leg and
since that time bad been unable
Despondency Is the enly r tu.e
to which. is his act is attribute!.
He Is survived by a widow and
Rven children ny -a former marriage.
.Ml.il I'll l. Teen., n-.. 2.. Imb. fAetretArv at the oaioa.
IUUTMAV IMOV WILL sTIUKr.
NEW Y()RK. Dec. 27. The
harttor boitsmen's anion voted lo
jMicht to rejert Ihe new morklaa
I areertjent for 12I, lenderd by
tio ludependent owners aad
Onrre Wavhinrton lre r.f fao Ijrd 22ft men 111 h alfected.
"You may be Sure7'
says the (Jood Judge .
Face Criminal Charge
PORTLAND. Or... Dec. 27
Three federal and two city offi
cers today in federal eourt en
tered pjeas of not guilty to invol
untary manslaughter In connec
tion with the death ef Robert XV.
Hedderly. who was shot dnring a
raid when lleddTly was. suspect
ed of delivering I in nor.
The men are William R. XVood.
chief of the narcotic squad; Jame
J. BiKglns and Del axon Smith, al
so of the revenue department:
William D. Morris and E. M. Jack
son of Ihe Portland police depart-
That you are getting fulf
value for your money
x hen you use this class of
The good, 'rich, real to
bacco taste lasts to long,
you don't need a fresh
chew nearly as often nor
do you need so big a chew
as you did with the ordi
Any man xvho has used the
Heal Tobacco Chcxv xxill
tell you that.
Pmt mfi in tJf styles
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
General Pershing To
Serve as Grand Marshal
WASHINGTON, Dec. 27. Gen
eral Pershing in a telegram 'from
Rosyln. N. Y., tonight aecapted an
Invitation to serve as grand mar
shal of the parade for the, inaug
uration of President-elect Hard
ing, it was announced tonight. "'
SPAXISII BAXK FAILS
BARCELONA, Spain, Dec! 27.
The bank of Barcelona, one. Ot
th leading financial, insulations,'
has suspended payments. -Although
the bank's difficulties are
said to be only temporary the sus
pensions, caused- serious - financial
disorders. . ..' . '
Price of Milk To Be
Reduced in Portland
PORTLAND, Orl, Dec. 27. Re
ductions In the wholesale and re
tail price of milk to - become ef
fective January 1 were today ten
tatlvely agreed upon by members
of the city milk commission and
will be finally determined at a
resumed session Thursday. In its
tentative proposal the commis
sion would-reduce the price of
milk f. o.. b. Portland,1 fnom pro
ducer to dealer to S3. 2 2 a nun
dred pounds, as contrasted with
the elxsting price of $3.55: Sim
ilarly it is proposed to reduce the
retail price from 14 1-2 cents
quart to 13 "1-2 cents, it 'the ac
count Is settled before the 15 th of
' the month following delivery.
i i SHI UI TWI MAIB Ml W1WW WK WU MJU. iiw wya
f4v1XDnBATE AST SOOaXCT AMTfJBS WITHOUT AT -COST t&
1 "'.Ttt school nsxtewn rr tmusjckst Hcwsra
nron m) rAMocs aarmv ...
li . . CorrespoobWe lusUvctieo and Local CIsmh
1921 AND THRIFT
IN most families the New Tear and a
, more ; rigid, practice . of - thrift- will
A good financial start for YOUR house
hold will be the equipping of every.per
son, young and old, with a United States
National SAVINGS ACCOUNT.
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Colics J Here It Is-
Th'd Manufacturers have ordered us to dispose of the large ship
ment of Men's and Boy's apparel that went astray in transit and
turned up last week, at 25 per cent less than their cost. In keeping
with our policy of lowering prices, we have included every suit,
overcoat, mackinaw andpair of pants in the house to make
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. Withoutan exception the entire line has been cut to unheard of
prices. But seeing is believingCome and You'll
BUY A NEW SUIT AT OUR NEW PRICE FOR THE NEW
Prices Have - Been Gut- to the Bone
Come Early Just the style you want may be gone.
IT'SNO USE DELAYING LONGER BUY NOW
MEN'S WOOL SUITS
In all styles and sizes, colors brown and navy blue,
regular value to $30
SALE PRICE $14.50
BOYS' WOOL SUITS
In brown and blue, all sizes and styles, well worth
SALE PRICE $5.75
YOUNG MEN'S SUITS
in snappy late styles, good wool quality in many
styles and all sizes, formerly priced at $-13
SALE PRICE $13.50
with two pair pants In sizes from 10 to 14, ralaes
SALE PRICE $4.95
LOT OF MEN'S SUITS $7.50 .
These are not full sized, just odd colors and sizes,
were worth to $15.00.
- : BOYS' WOOLEN SUITS $3.95
These are in size only of 13-16-17 and come only
in knee paat,. Thes Suits are worth $12 of any
free -of charge
in very up-to-date styles
and exceptionally " good
woolen material, all sizes
worth to $30
Sale Price only $12.50
YOUNG MEN'S WOOL
Jn x-ery ' snappy models
and up-to-the second
styles, full line of sizes,
worth in any store $35.00
0or Sale Price $16.50
RAIN COATS $6.98
These come in bells and
we have a full line of all
sizes and yes, they are
belted too. Values to $18
Oar Sale Price $6.98
These come in a full run
of . sizes and ore well
worth $8. At our price
you could not afford your
son to go without one.
WE HAVE A FULL
UNE of MACKINAWS
In very reliable make,
good styles, all sizes and
CASH DISCOUNT A- iV 'jr (J JllL
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