The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, March 17, 1934, Page 6, Image 6

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    PAGE SIX
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH PALLS. OREGON
March 17, 1934
Jtarried Zflirts &
MABEL .
McEUJOTT
By J. R. William.
MM TOD A I
OTP IOIIU mm TOM
WKAVKM an aunt aa Ik
aaaw ar mm Mli hotauho
mm DKKEK aim, kat Ltla as.
mm mm llvs 1 lasarr walla
ur Uaaaa an fak taaaniaa
mmImimi acuaal.
Grmr has ta atrasala ta ka
, aaaaaaaa wltula Tom's Imcom.
Aaalfca araalaat la Tn1
laalaaay at Waal tar MAHKO
BHOUUHTON rka aaea aakr
Graav ta Marry mlm mm wkaat,
thy ataat at tka Bllura1 morn.
Wkaa ka aaaiar mia Gray
aaa la fa aava a mnrnj aaa BiTra
ap fcaa lak. SaataMV Han aa aaa
. la lataaaalr kat. Uraay aaa Tmm
waaa ay maaa.
Tka kak la kara ta Saatci
a a akriateaaa DAVID. Cartas tmw
mtm aaa rar aa saa asaaaata
v Gypar. Oaa alakt ahn Tom ia
aXalara al Ika aMaa aat akr la
Saaraaaa hr laaallaaaa HUNT
union aalla. Clfcaaa k aa
- slaaar mmmm aka aaat akaMr
attar aa atarrlaaa.
MOW OO ON WITH THSS STOBT
CHAPTER XXIV
fiBRBK laid, -Wa haven't had a
anlet arenlnc at home
VMki Be aald, -I'm tired of this
avarlastlnf merry -goronn4. Let'a
. cot soma of It"
-.- Llla frowned, tha arpreeslon
Teasing her imooth whit for-
Bead into onbccomlns rldres. And
aha dM ao hata to frownl Bat
Sank waa being tiresome. What
alaa waa there to do keelde what
tha already did?
Dont be stupid" atw said atr-
y. She waa ilttiBS at her drees
lnc tahi, a ah ear lac and aatta
Jacket thrown oa over bar atted
slip. Her stockings wera
bar aaodala war fashioned
at glided straps. Bar yellow amir
" waa amooth aa satin except where
it sprang; tast below the temple.
. ntto two deep, adroit waves. "Don!
' be Idiotic, darling," aba aald, arch
- lac ber Beck to enjoy the lovely
i Kna in the mirror. "Anyone"
. think yoa were 60 and goatish. K's
loTely party tonight ..."
- "It's always w lovoly arty',"
' averek told her, looking mora a
; aoyed than erer. "And what has-
' Bens? We dine, daace with tb
aama people, see the aame plays.
aaaga at tha aame deadly Joki
Jova, aometlmea I feel as K I wera
am on of those Coney Island ter-
yis wheels and oonldnt get off .
"Well, that's perfectly silly of
yon, and I dont know what you're
talking about" Usually when aha
talked Ilk this Llla disposed of
her husband's "mallsh moods. To
night ha waa different.
. It's this beastly way of Urine."
In complained. "In a rabbit war
sen, with an tha rest of th aal-
Now. if we had a house ta
on try and a eoapla at ekU-
him earlier In the day took a firmer
grip apon him. Ha felt 111 . . ..
miserable.
Llla tarned on the radio and the
muslo sickened him. He must b
definitely 111, he told himself ear
agely, to be In such a ghastly tram
of mind. He tried to pull himself
together, to be chatty and casual,
bat he felt his effort to be a de
cided failure. -
For her part, Llla seemed not to
notice and ha was grateful. There
something to be aald about
Llla'a determined effort to lire on
the surfaoe of life. People like that
people who Insisted oa th gra
cious, tb luxurious, la everything
wer rather easy to lire with If
all yon wanted waa creature com
fort, he thought But with his whole
soul he found himself longing tor
something beyond and apart from
all thee soft cushions, shaded
lights and clinking glasses. He
hoped ha wasnt whining about
being "misunderstood." No, his need
waa deoper and mora fundamental
than that It had something to do
with bom . . . with th oli fash-
loned Interpretation of th word.
"Horn la wher tb. heart Is,'
Derek murmured, staring at bis
cardial glass, tipping it antil a
could see tb poisonous green lights
flash la its depths. "Hosa," he told
bis wife gravely, "Is where
your aat" ' "
8b flashed him a passled.
annayad glance. "Derek, I do be.
Iter you're tight"
"Sorry, darling." He how to
sr. Koto slipped by ' to answer
Marko's ring.' A moment later
Broaghtoa was In th soon, big.
masculine, smiling, exuding the
familiar sense of power. Derek, who
was aU leyalty to his employer,
felt aa emotion almost of disUk
for Marko at the moment
"Derek's rocky." Llla explained
further. Touch of flu, I think.'
She west to get her wrap and to
add the little touches her makeup
required at th last moment She
was beautiful tonight Both n
paid her the tribute of admiring
glances.
"My gala, your loss." Marko
smiled aenlgnantly at tb younger
"A swapM I Bk tbatr Lite.
afcuduil by tb thought of even on
baby, allowed her trailing laugh-
a aounkt at this yreposterooa
tun.
Td Wk a Bowae, a more simple.
Mid way of living.- Derek aald
stabboraly. Td Hka Mas. Wouldn't
"Oh. hell go to bed with a hot
toddy and be right as rain In the
morning. Wont you. darling?"
"Enjoy yourself," Derek aald
hollowly.
After they had gone be sat at
tha high, embrasured window for
rather a long time, thinking. It was
odd kat be hadnt been quit alone,
like this, for ever ao long. For
mora than a year. Even at th f-
fle wher a had his private cu
bicle he was always talking to
someone. Th telephone would ring
or someone would drop sa. It was
good to he solitary for a little
while. , But he wished LOa had
stayed, all tb
Aa threw eat her heads. Di
sears, ear ling." aba agreed, all
" sweat raasonahlmesa. "Of eoarae,
Bat later. Not bow. We're young!
wo must amnas ourselves. Ia
years ... fa tea. perhaps . ,
He set hi few stubbornly. Llla
and seen aim to this mood once
er twice kef ore. He was not to he
bad cad.
I'm aat gowg teasrht, anyway."
a sal a. Tv got a beastly cold.
Been feeling rotasa all day. Aad
I aara a heavy mornlna- with
"Oh. very welL then!'
She tarned back to her dressing
seren eyas lighted with
triumph, it wasnt often LOa was
a aaMaabTaT So waa sweat, real-
ay. H wanted ta pot his arms
round her. to barv his far ia tha
: swnness of ber hair, to tell her all
th pretty things she used to like
to hear but was too busy to ttstea
' to nowadays.
But before be eouM say a ward,
aha reached for the whit and gilt'
telephone on the low table besld
ker. She gave a number. Derek,
xrowntng, waited.
xuac you. aurcoT zee. u
Derek's feeling seedy. You're going
Ho the Martins tonight, area't youT
(Well, be a lamb and drop by for
ana. Thanks ao much. About IS."
She hang up. -That's that," she
aid gaily. 1 wouldn't miss those
Knasian dancers far worlds. R
along, darling. I taM Koto disaer
, at eight and it's almost that bow."
I Derek stood aa. H bad got Ma
way that is, partly, and yet h
i-wmj mi an sor iiia io ao ue
Martin party with Marko. Why BstTl
sat h had so hoped she'd give the
affair ap for him. It waa sock a
niua laing to ao.
Btin nursing that sense of baffl
aaetit, of defeat. Derek went to his
wa roosa. He ma his hand over
Ms chin. He must share and change
aaa, ea, uou, ne was so tired I What
wouldn't he give for a bit by his
smtb flr. woman opposite Mm
totth a ouiet voice, In a dark gownt
Lara scarcely aver wore dark things
xeapt tor street wear. In the eve
ning ah was always slim, supple
aad perfumed, her hair exquisitely
oviueo, nor sun gleaming. Hue wore
liver tissue and gilt, creamy lac.
Soft fabrics rustled deHelously at
bar approach aad soft scents lin
gered on the air.
v Almost Hka a man la a dan, be
dressed for dinner. The meal was,
as always, perfectly served; the
food piquant, delicious. But some
thing waa missing. Derek found
aimssii mattering under his breath,
"Bettor a dish f herbs where love
is . . ." But he eoaMat ramenkber
tb raat
"What did yoa say, darHngT
Llla looked at hhn oddly.
"Nothing. Nothing." He puHed
blaiaalf nn mttm a taf
. a e
T Aim he punctllmaslr paled
oat her ebalr for bar, waited
wbH aba preceded him into the
dial drawing room and lighted her
eta-aret Rata was falling over tba
oRy bow, splashing against the
windows ia black rivulets. He
MajTARVELOCS!" Llla leaned
back la ber chair, turn
herself. Tb Russian dancers swept
to tba floor, bowing; swept out
again. The lights went ap In the
ballroom and tha orchestra began
to play a blues number. People
were already dancing. '
Harko leaned toward ber. "What
yoa think about going ea to
Lalgl'sr
LOa lifted her brows. That was
SO right. Marko always tired at
big parties early. Ha liked the
small, fatfmato places.
Tonight then waa not tb usual
of followers. Derek called
theat Harko's Greek chorus." He
had a fancy to be anlst. be aald.
sMe-cars. Pierre.- Laa
paired her enjoymjent Laigi's was
what New York called a "da lax
speakeasy." AU soft lights and ele
gance; aa old brownstone treat
made aver with taste.
She aaw oa ar two people ah
knew and sodded to thotn. Marko
illlng at her. "Bow do things
so, child!"
She liked being called child. It
made yoa feel email and protected
aad precious. Derek never called
that, aMaough he had other
aames sweut name, too for her.
She widened her area. "I dont
know what is the matter with
Derek, He seems well, going stale."
Mark parsed his Hps. "Bad.
Cant anderstand ft"
Lite fait a twinge c eoamn
ttoa. She meant to aiay the gam,
to be loyal, but Marko's understand
lag sympathy tempted her.
-He's well, different,- sh aald
softly.
"Odd I- Marko's big, welthept
hand slid over ben. "My dear, all
these young men are alike," be aald
softly. "A trifle selfish. Now 1 ..."
Llla was aaed to light flirtations
bat Marko's voice had a new not
in H,
Huskily be aald, Tea know I'm
about you, dont your
(To Be Cos tinned)
Flapper Fanny Says
OUT OUR WAY
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OUR BOARDING HOUSE
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FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS
By Blower
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r GOOD 'k Yes.mr.scuttle,
MORNING ) WASNT IT.' 1 SUPPOSE
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1 GET THEMOiY
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MRS.OSOK.rVE COME
TO BRING YOU GOOD
NEWS.' I'M NOT GOING
TO PUT YOU OUT OF
Your HOME....rM
GOING TO BUY
4
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MEAN, GIVE
ME MONEY
?
! EXACTLY.' AND THE
ONLY THING V5U HAVE
TO Do IS TO VACATE
THE HOUSE AND TURN
IT OVER To ME
AND I'LL PAY YOU
WELL FOR
MOVING.'
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THAT'S SIMPLE
ENOUGH, ISN'T IT?
WHAT DO YOU
THINK OP THE IDEA
SYLVESTER ?
L OH.MR.SCUTTLH.l'M 'IJ
1 HARDLY KNOW I atra-iiM- 71
1 I WHAT TO SAY Mvci-LB - Jll
. MR. SCUTTLE II fr , -jH'
0 H, BUT
take it easy!
That old
BOY ISN'T '
GIVING THINGS
AWAY For
NOTHING
THE NEWFANGLES MOM'N POP
By Cowan
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GLADYS CAME ON OUT
THE KITCHEN, AND YOU SAID,
I'M GLAD TO SEE SER. BACK','
WE ALL KNEW YOU W6RB
REFERRINOJO HER EVENING
QOWN. IT WAS JUST LOYM-
DOWN COMEDY.
' ( ME6BE SO- BUT NOT HALF AS 1
LOW DOWN AS THE BACK OF J
v JTHAT DRESSj '
The aiafl aasW a hail sal ass1
all wet when she damnens his
ardor.