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THE MT. PULASKI TIMES, MT. PULASKL ILLINOIS APRIL 21, 1932 I)E00TOWN ..-....---. 8nnday J th@ day&apos; to see Rupiah Insight Into "Talkies" peasants, for that is alwys the big Smith had written his original star7 4a7 tn every village. The ehnreh Is tn six workU days of two or three mmally empty and always la bad re- hours each TO tell the same trtry in pelt. bt there are mas= meeting. moving, talking pictures had required debateL leeture, fame& dances, weeks that ra into months; lad longfestsJ' drinking bouts,  flght, M AYI00E$ fSmith had written the original itor visitor II welcome to partldpate alone, with no help at all. To tell Doo;e are nowhere and never shut. the same story in mock, g, talking pie- tar nothlg Is private In a Russian tares had required and received the In- village. OtJ Sunday a-e exhibits of telligent, earneSt and sympathetic co- fem machinery that are being lntro- twenty-two the only thing Diana her, feeling her p otLce more. Her He looked ax her whimsically. 'And operationtor and hisfassistants,the prMucer,the supervisor.the diree- |ulntrlor.lntObntthewhllet'taotethe plaeesolder of,i Jethe eyes had closed as if the lids were what were the tears for?" he asked. desired was another woman's too heaw to control, and he want- She br-ashed bem away wixh her the scenario writer, a dozeli acior. isenm the problems of new Rlsia, A nervous wreck from the __ "  bare hands as a child might have nine cameramen, seven sound men, ,he young men and girls dance to- and /rai of Lond,n's ed for a moment, a gleam of anxley forty*two etectrici,'ms, six carpenters, getlm all afternoon d all evct, ing. she s aken by her aun'c, in his eyes, but she did not stir, and do n;.thin k I was miserable. I thought two c-ene designers, four painters, a complete laboratory staff, tt, e forces eoun.ry for a ong real She he went quietly from the room. [ad yn, :o a famous sTc iat- "My aunt wants to take me to Aix" you were never coming again. It Rustlan City Worth Vh ice. The physician orders her Diana told Miss Starling the next .eems so long smce I saw you."__ of tim taltting room and a score or but the d(;.tor is hands(me morning, as soon as she had opened ,,yes;' he agreed. 'It does seem a more of other men in various - Named and renam successively Khe learns that he a letter that had arrived by the early long time." Then they were both st- paeltle&  Petersburg, Petrograd and Lnin- Smith had written the original stor gta(L the ertswhile capital of the Ru lent for a moment, looking at one at total cash expelditure of a few  empire is a city of lntertlng great re;in him :elf but an pc-t, another?" Dr. tLa*hbone. "God made The Creature raised ker brows, cents. To tell the same tory In moo- imlaet and mutual, most of which Dr. "Why haven't you been here all the ln talktng pictures eot $2L0). were former resideces of the czars r  e0untry and man made he t m, "Oh, indeed We must see what her. and se agrees to go to Rathbone has to say about that." week ?" 8mlth had gone to i/ollywo with and the Rusn nobility. Of these, retreaL "He's said it already; he said I "For one thing, I've been buy and vague and uninformed idea that to ihts the mot famous Is te for- she leaves she goes t Den- wasn't fit for the journey. I hate for another, I thought you could do tell a stoo" in moving pi.tures w a ttm Winter palace. It lo a riklng fla. where :hey are Aix, anyway; people there think of :ithout me." simple, straightforward bume; he ti,men of the bar,que yle and by Linda, Denn!s's wife, nothing but illness We went once; "Well." Diana said impulsively, .ame home from Hollywood to the was lyailt by RastrelH daring the perb the situation quite calmly, last year, I think it was. I was bored 'now you know I ean'V---and that's familiar surroundings of his own of- ed from 17:,4 and 762. Adolnlng the . all about it." rice, sat down at his d.k with hilt Winter palace and. as a matter of I he uants you t, marry r.o death." Then again they were silent, look- t2pewriter at ha}d, reac|:ed for a fact, .part of the palace Itlf, Is the i' she asks Dennis. The Creature smiled- At the mgh*: club he goes with you ave thoroug hlyenjyed yourself ing steadily a one another, while he heet of blank paper and returned to famous Hermitge an art gallery and cofiapse:. She regains anywhere," she said thunder rolled overhead shaking he his own profeiot, with a vast relief, museum that ranksamong the great- - He had thouzht of hs own art. in eat Ill the world, t ' ered the point. , stou walls of the little house, i in a little c<.untry cot- ,,Dmn eonstd ,t Know- x,,'u-+ I ever He turned sharply" away - and stood the past, as n zealous mistress; he had ........... with a nare Mis Sarling, Well, I don ; ,,v_.. ,,1, fr- for a moment staring out at the pour fretted sometimes at her insistent de- Ever Tkhtk of That? " " " '" have," she admittea, x3u "'- it - in his shoulders amost blek- mantis, But she was, he new under- lar, y a man." said Uncle ., over er Dz'. Ra:h,ne  tflnks other folks 1| ongrateful when was close b, 3ii,s Starling ward to a thing, and then wu=,, : " "= " he's merely hoidln' a 'aggerated ldt comes it's disappointing." ins out the window. Then he said, stood, eredlbly complaisant by come imrlson with the most arduou art off there weeks Dennis Water- "Half the pleasure of life is in look- in a matter of fact voice: " alL--M Ames Willia in tll St, of de Iml ,trance of Itl servlta"-- He xetls her he will have ins forward to things," Mi Starling "I think you might get p tomor- away,, and his manner, as he said, carefully folding one of Diana's rOWyou andmusthavebe tiredYur luncher thisdc'nstairS'room. A her. suggests that his love s silken garments. ,,What do u look forward to?" change will do you god if you don't overdo it." He turned round again. Dian asked. GO ON WITH THE STORY "Some day I hope to go to Nor- "By the way, any visiwrs this week '' then Miss Starling came home, mandy, but it's more than I can at- felt"N'"she wasIn spiteflushing.Of helf,.She thoughtDiana half out of her wits, Jen- fcrd atpresent." her =art of the ruh;hat "How much would it cost?" ithat wha he really wished to dis- been a gentleman to see Miss Starling hesitated, cover was whether Dennis had been Diana, and that ever since he "I should tldnk every penny of again. She sMd a trifle impatiently, away she had been like this, twenty pounds," she said at last. "I dn't think people are very fond sobbing, and wuld no be "That ould be if I stayed a fort-:of visiting you when you're ill." night, of course." , "You can have anyone you like now you nobody was to be allow- Twenty pounds! Not so much as'if they don't stay too long," he told the Creature said in cold an- Diana often gave fcr one of her someher" "Itof wullyour friends."cheer you up to see the mischief is done. frocks. howling and go over to Dr. "Why Normandy" ?" she asked. 'It- "What friends ?" If he is not there, and I aty is much more beautiful-" 'You must have dozens.' :tttre he will not be, leave a rues- ,,NormandY has a.sociatiens for She shrugged her slim shoulder. and ask him to come as soon me," the Creature said quietly "I "Nobly I really care about--no Stop howling, do yu have neve been there, but a great girls, at least." . friend of mine who died is buried "A man, then," he suggested half fled with the sounr of Di- there, and I have always promised jokingly bitter s:bbiing singing in her myself that some day I wiil g and Diana was plucking the quilt :o- . gether with nervous finger*. She was the cry of a lost oul. see his grave." about?" quite sure now that he was trying .o is .... Dennis--" "Ohthe man you told me was late before Rathbone came "Yes, the man I told you about." , discover something about Denni.% "How did he die?" and with sadden bravado she lifted to the cottage. "He dlmed, saving the life her head and looked at him. walked into Diana's room and was  'He i. in America." of little boy. , .:_, i -He '' It was wth chagran th loking down at her. e ox am. " was lying n her back, one thin 'That was bray ........ st man I : D inns realized that Rahr haft_ for: onto the pillow above her "He was brave--the or=-= ],ttpn all about Waterman and ttm ew" " '- " l m stifled to know eyes staring uo at the ceil- ever kn . ...... nonce I he was genume Y !Y I spoke her name in a ! . " - ". " " " . . ; voice, and her gaze wandered t to the level of his face and rosY- "Oh .... I see. Then perhaps it is the Creature should prove to be so l he said with a smile, "and human. "Give his life for somebody, significantly.aS well he is in America," he said you been doing xo your- I mear" the Military The tone of his vaice angered her; Dr Rathbone won she said swnily. "It's Cross in the war," Miss Starling said he was treating her like a child. do to me." unemotionally- --i "I shall never love anyone else," she said, her voice taking a hig like that, is it?" I Diana was silent for a momertt; ipitch of excitement. "No matter whSt sat down beside her and took then she said, "I wonder he has no-anyone says." She paused breathle pulse was terribly ver married." and she went on in the, aszne way: "Aunt After a moment he laid it "We can't all marry, and it isn't ly, but he made no comment, : hi in life." -- GLadwyn says it s indecent to lave a on the quilt, the only t ng ,-. - him." -T+ mUSt be lottery - you been asleep?"  " ":" ,_ - ;= too busy a man to married man; she says the m o.rt a draught. I didn't want it, " I tnnz "= " abe made me." She shot a look trouble about loneliness, girl i indecent. I suppose you u-- enmity at the Creature. "All the same," Diana said obstin" iso too." was quite right," Rathbone ately, 'I woder some woman hasn't He ignored the lt words. Fie said managed to catch him." gravely: Spoke to the Creature. ,, "To catch him? What do you "The fact that a man le married 'cannot prevent woman from loving mean 2" I will come down in a moment, him. I suppose he's quite i him, lmt it should prevent h dismissing her. ,'Marry [vent them bo--from behaving foot- Weal way, and Rathbone rich." sister, or a niece, iishly/' at Diana. -Hasn't he got a . merely tried to rmL her or anyone who ever stays wRh hm?" ] Continued__;o__..._.Next Week he ha suggested tha perbpe  Diana persisted, discover. It not worth saving. He under- "I have never tried to I ,,  W.a!th mul well enough to know how ! is not my. businese-_ust try and get a Riches. though the}' may reward dr. n "I think you m our sup- tm yet they cannot eamu them; he pride and interest would be stu] g, _ - -fore you have Y -. _u., Sow, ms he looked at her deathly i little na_p *rlin said pract,.- la much more le who derves a - - -  : he r" Mss  ..,, s Diana S Ineflt than he who bestow om and obstinately closeo -v, i t--,, can't sleep tO oru*, "-- e]tlm said quietly, "Open your eyes, fretful reply. and listen to what I have to -You can try" the creature insis- prehably 1 eeeael The name "rip" is said to have ben I ted. .... Rathbone C, es' wak:e I adopted from the h term, a word surprise she obeyed at once. ' And ix v,- ,--- ' was v-. of wa]mo origim  It  aleo ...._' --- ;4" I  aslP ..- YOu are going to lecture m me---even  _. It would be so lice been mggested that It tn a and he interrttpted ruth- ana's partxng  .... the Creature to insist that she was of "rib.'* is exactly what I am going not to be diturbe& Deep Stuff order bone did not come, though If had obeyed my . . But Rth ,-- or a long time li Iplomac somethneS Is a matter Of a like a sensible girl in- iana lay a,wal - . * his ear down I repudiating the Interview, and both I of like a silly wilful child, by +-in for the sou _ ..d the horn dea taking hack what wal nlti-- nine you would have been w.eit th e lane. tie av C,m the main roau, Toledo Blade. road to recovery, t as it m, when he turneu " t  know and rec- folly this afternoan yu hve and she had gr=, Chang e Provided b Nature .. back co,dfisrbly, and ogre= dctor came on the Saturday 'rbe er,,;w, the plata,gas, ,h. no man m thzs orld s Th i afternoon in the middle of a thunder- #irctic fox ald the tmlar hare change their fur err plumage to white in the breathlessly: sto .r- been busy thin.king about winter time. know anything about Dana had .-- bled that he had Briefly Told r,,nis, wbo Iaa ,. e was torn I don't wish to," he said..arrled v=7" in New.+;,n'frKat knowmg" he was i $11nce and sl,'e(:l are tth.  th give you warning now that tm with her em,, .....  ned. either tokens of Ind give me your word that in with Linda. of the thunder had tl or badg of wtsd,m. ou will do exactly as I have The noiSe - Death in Hall,torme I shall write to Mrs. Glad- drowned the little sounds of Eath- Hnllstrm. :re somHim, death- her I must give up the bone's arrival, and when he spoke dealers In ld)s, whom tteme, of large have dzens of really sick to her she looked up, her face drerch- i ls fa4t =h -reat fore. " ed  tears. . on oneto u2sg! "Oh .... Dr. RathbOne ...... strong if she wished. D i She would have been less 3nlelrea'i=N ............................. A Baldi" ....................... M D from heen. . ng, , ?" an angelthre w the bed covermgs " " not very kind. I shall die she greet  Lincoln, IHinois up." her and sip rng up to Ey I'm so glaa # hand then, there is to be nO].oh ' laughed and took her na e9 0so and Throat Fie .................... whispered. Glasses Fitted, will go to sleep and be- win come right in Broken Lens Duplicated It so often does, you qe caJiL.g, f t;:e a i an old ltiF Hah term for., ."md.,'woil. tellr oetn' on n 'll nlcht the somur la aomtlmt }ward for unlee llal Inlmbltnntr ,f .*',le towns Io.ked B It as a sum*:**:. by deatK Tennymlt refers to this i,|m,,mmnon in "Crosng the Bar"-- "'A,! -.o clear tall for m*" FRI. & SAT. APRIL 22 and WHO WAS HE? arday Evening Posk Bridges Over River Jordan AlthouglL gerally, it has a swlf current with many rapids, the River Jordan is sbailow In parts and ford- able, whlle at its lowest reaches Its vallt widens out into the once lux- uriant plaln of Jordan, where stood; the famous city of Jerieho. and south  of it the de, trowed citlea of Sod(,m and Gomorrat  Just betow the sea of Galilee the Roman built a stone bridge, the ruins ef wlch are still in existence. Further outh i a ubstanl hrfdge called the Jisr-Mejamia, probaMy also of Roman foundation repaired by the Saracerm >me centuries later. Where the Jabbok flows into the Jordan are irace of another bridge, long since allowed by Turkish Indifference to fall in rulnL This or another bridge lower nsible. down was destroyed by the Turks ln i the World war and replaced by the  Watch for new substantial stone and iron Allenby Times each week. bridge. ...... Washington Star. 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