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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - April 16, 1930, Galveston, Texas EIGHT THE (5ALVESTON DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1930. JACQUELINEMKJ from a pat ON" HER OWN by RICHARD STARR She was relieved when Mr. Carcw came one afternoon. Any coui- jany was acceptable which would distract her thoughts, even if it did unpleasantly. SYNOPSIS: diamond stolen lht t Ciiro'B nlcht club'vnnljvhrs from the place where Jac- had bidden it, pcndlnc its return to 111 Her of arrest art when DfWCttvt JlcAWster ot Scot- laid Turd culls and tells her newt- pmtcr announcement that they were seek- ing Mr TVM lubterfuse- Days vitfa- out Trddy MontroM calling and nunline Is itirfelled by the pleasures of the wealthy. Then receives a Ittttr to Teddy declarw ati lorr ngnts tfclf hll poverty prevents him from pro- poihie. Jacqueline realizes ifis lotwt him hut' replies under the circumstances. it .will be better not to see each, other apjto. CHAPTKK 30. Subterfuge. 'Alter that Jacqueline set herself to enjoy life with a sort of desper- ate" earnestness, to get as" much value as possible out of the rapldlv diminishing ftoro ot money which was left to her, Eut she found it uphill work. Many tmes every day she dis- missed Teddy completely from her mind, and told herself sternly that at silent, and presently ex- .ctly as she had expected, the car topped again a wheezo and a und engine abruptly icased Us musical bum. "Something wrong mut- cred Carew, bo descended. Jacqueline with him and etood by while he put bis head under the hood. Presently he straightened up. He saw Jacqueline standing: by bis side, her profile lighted uu 'by tho side lamps. Tho fog, instead of ber hair, had made It nearly They were crawling along thick fog at about four mill in og at about rour mlies ar From the narrowness aric curl delghl ig he .tfujl; This.' with the mutinous curve of her lips and the lullen smoulder of her eyes, made iar look even more alluring than usual. Mr. Carow suddenly, and without ho least notice, caught her in his arms. "Jacqueline, I love he cried wildly. The next moment she was crushed against htm; she felt fierce klss.es oa her and lips. Grveranan Uctlcs aw new to Jac- lueJine but a surprlie Is In store ror Mr. Carew tomorrow. you early ,n the eyen. I C C I "jacqullne agreed. Well wrapped J V I I up in her new fur coat, and looking X 1 a picture of girlish sweetness. all the world (Complexions Ad ores Hollywood- Broadway European stars-use Lux Toilet Soap Aooafe, beloved Metro-Gold wyn-Mayer stir, io tbe bttbroom created for ber in Hotly- wood. Sbe "Lux Toilet Soap givesmyiltio tbatbeautifuUmoothoeit 1 thought only French totp could give. uioly lovely Nine out of Ten stars depend on U for Smooth Skin "TVTO girl can win admiration swiftly and iN surely unless the has a lovely tays Millard Webb, famous Hollywood di- rector, expressing the conclusion reached by 45 famous Hollywood directrrrs after long experience in choosing girls likely to win the adoiing admiration of millions. "To the motion picture star beautiful skin is an absolute he goes on. "The glaring lights magnify the slightest defect, and only thr girl with exquisite skin can hope to win How natural, then, that cveiy girl in Hollywood, from the ilar down to the youngest should guard the beauty of her skin most jralomly. how that many of them use Lux Toilet Soap I To give th'jir com- plexions just the gentle caic that i? required, they use it regularly, and have the softest, smoothest skin imaginable. So luxurious. they say, so dainty! And it does give such gen in the hardest water. JOAN BKHNETT, United Art- iiti'itir, tayf. MURAM, tmi Loi Toilrt 9 out screen stars use it In Hollywood, of ths 521 important including all stars, 511 are devoted to Lux Toilet Soap. For their convenience it has been made the official soap in all the great film studios! The lovely Broadway stars, loo, depend on this fine soap to keep their complexions flaw- less. And the screen stars in the European capitals, too! You will love this fragrant white soap- will find that it kccpi your skin silken- smooth and soft, as it docs lh- stars'. Order several Luxury ru inn tifivt fnund only in fine. at "j arid cah, rt'iw..... i RAIL NOTES PURCHASE TENDING. F. C. Fettlbone, vice president and general manager of Gulf. Colo- rado Santa Fo Railroad, Is In Port Arthur attending the Inter- state commerce commission hear- ing: on the application of the Swblne Basin Hallway io purchase the electric line between Port Arthur and Beaumont. Tho Sabtne Baslti Railway Is owned jointly by the Santa Fe- and the Missouri If the railway acquires the lino it wilt probably convert It into a steam railway. O any means on a main road. She was getting more and more exasperated, and knew that it was a question of minutes before she gs.ve Mr. Carew what she, called a piece ot her mind. The drive had been a chapter ol accidents. First there had been a burst tire, which had taken nearly an hour to change. Then they hai ran out of nasoline. Then there was a puncture. Then something went wrong with the engine, and m prolonged stay at a garage was nee Finally, Jacqueline Insisted tba they must give up all hope of reach, ing Talverton that night, and raus immediately return to London. So Mr. Carew had turned tho c; and taken what ha described as i short cut to make up for the tirat ther had But on the short cut, I furlher minor troubles had deveJ-' oped. They were in a thick fog, and there was not the sligtest Klgn of the main road which Carerr insisted they wauld reach at any moment Eventually the car slowed UTS by easy stages, and came to a haft. "What's tba matter Jacqueline acidly. "Another punc- ture, or is it only a wheel "I believe were lost" returned Mr. Carew dismally. "In fact I leel sure wo are." "That's cheerful. Well, what are you going to do about "we must keep on. I suppose. At least until we come somewhere. This fog Is very dangerous, and we ought to put up somewhere until it "But will It aked Jacque- line inconsequenUy. Sale Starts at Today THOMPSON'S 22d and Ave. D- -Telephone 896 Sale Starts it Today Thompson's Qreatest Sale of Easter Dresses "Thompsons-Talkies" the Dress Sensation of Talk of the Town Premier Fashion Event Colors: Show Pink" Show Blue Show Green Show Beige of Every Imaginable Color There, h No Window Display of These Frocks Copies From; Louiseboulauger Patou Lucille Paray Agnes Maggy Rouff Chanel and Others A sale made possible only because of Thompson's great influence in the dress market and the friendly co-opera- tion of two great dress designers. Style Features: Liues Lines Lines Lines Length's Bows Trim Sizes: 12 to 20 36 to 44 THOMPSON'S-TALKIES Featured ai One-Pi ice Only A 74 Size Color Fabric Style Frock NOW Oalvcaton will read about the greatest dress news of the the drcnscs that, speak for themselvon of value, or style, of chic, of qualify thn drtssna thnt. will noon be the tnllc of the town rvcry where that ntnnrl women Rill her, tho topic will be THOMl'SON'S-TAf.KIEH. -and what art THOJU'SOX-TALKlliS? -v.l.y, llic very smartest druses it to brins to Oalvo.ston ;it l.hi.s low copies of I'AKIS KKOJI. AGXKS, BBfcll. MAUAMB JANE, UfJUI'T, LUIJILLK J'AIIAY and otliT noleU 1'arin coultiricroa. Faithful copies even Io the fabrics! Tiiink of ill A loallv, truly Tuc'm cicatiou at- thi-i pricf. and ALL became Thompson's intnit'h l'i iK 'Ivs .Mjnrdii- ,i'-y li.v rioinc Ihn seemingly impotsihlr. THOMPSON'S APPAREL-SECOND FLOOR "-Dressy Models "-Street Frocks "'Sports Types "'Washables Date -'Sunday Night Fabrics: OhiCfons Gropes Ocpes Ci-cpcs yimntungs
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