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TIIE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON
WEDNESDAY MOILING, MARCH 4, 1925
r-pHn CULMINATION of many
I -L ; lovely affairs planned for the
leasnre of Miss Marian Wyman
ho left In company with Mrs. W.
Staler at 6 o'clock this morning
for San; Francisco, Cal., came with
jthe two teas yesterday afternoon.
At tue earlier, and larger, affair
of the; day, the women of the First
Congregational church entertain
ed from 2:30 to-5 o'clock at the
home of Mrs. W. I. Staley. In the
living room a great bowl of mag
nificent English violet the gift
of Miss Mabel Savage centered
the library table. An immense
basket of daffodils with spirea was
used on the dining, table. . Deep
yellow candles in crystal holders
tmpleted the harmonizing effect,
ifmirlng the tealhours 'Mrs. W. D.
Clarke poured the coffee while
Tfs. II. K. Stockwell cut the ices.
-f .assisting in the dining room were
Miss Oda Chapman, Mrs. Donald
Young," and Mrs. Karl Becke.
Two delightful solos were sung
by Mrs. Harry Harms, accompan
ied by Mrs. Franklin ZInn, the one
'AwakeJor Spring Has Come,
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COLOR IT NEW WITH
dyeing and tinting
is guaranteed with
Just , dip - in cold
water to tint soft,
delicate shades,' or
boil to dye rlch.
permanent : colors.
Kach 15-cent pack
age contains direc
tions bo simple any
voman can dye or
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ruuous, EK.iri.9, waists, yj aaca,
roais, BLOCti.ii lis, sweaius, uriiyr-ifcs-
coverings, hangings, - every
thing new. ',. - -:- " " .
Buy "Diamond Dyes" no other
kind and tell your druggist whe
ther the material you wish to color
Is wool or silk, or whether It is
linen, cotton; or mixed goods.
Adv. . . r:v,H - . ' 'LiT
It is iestimated tbiit J;here
are 'always nineteen people
xut of every hundred sick;
nearly one to every family.
These sick people need
:everyvcare and attention to
Many things are needed for
the"; sick room clinical
thermometers, water bags,
ice bags, bed pans,' co,tton
auze, plasters, etc. .
'npo hospital and sick room
thing' necessary for the
comfort of the patient, or
for use of the nurse. '-.;
The - quality guarantee is
your safeguard. !
Thejow prices mean saving.
You Save with Safety at
Perry Drug Store
: 115 South Commercial
A no tabe saving on these-7- !
27 Inch Galatea 12c yd.
30 Inch Serges, colors ........23c yd.
36 Inch Lorray Voile ....I1..19c yd.
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36 Inch Challies ......... w'115c yd.
-36 Inch Fancy Scrirns.":...23c yd.
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and the other likewise appropriate
to the day. Between1 50 and 60
women were guests during the af
ternoon. Special guests! included:'
Mrs. J. H. Fairehildf MrB.nYilliam
Everett ' Anderson, J and ' Mrs.
George H. Alden. In the commit
tee for the afternoon, were Mrs.
E. A. Miller, Mrs. James McG li
en risi, and. Miss Oda Chapman. -
At; 5 o'ciacxthe home of Jirs.
. M'iss Wyman, since first coming
to- Salem., has been one of the
most active workers In the First
Congregational chnrch, where, ai
welt as- with- all groups she has
been associated, she f has won a
host of friends. - ; j 1 -.-.
W. E. Kirk was the scene of a
second farewell affair, when Mrs.
John H. Albert and Mrs.' Kirk In
yited ust the board members for
the hour.- A profusion of daffo
dils were used' about the ' rooms,
combining with Oregon grape fol
iage. At the small tea-table, ar
ranged in the living room : Mrs.
Max BUren 'poured, with 'Mrs.- L.
H. McMabon assisting.
The folio wing! the ?21 members
of theYWCA 6ard, 'were invited
to be ; the guests : ; M ts. John J.
Roberts," Mrs. Harry - Hawkins,
Mrs. Alice: H . Ddd Miss Nina
McNary, Mrs. W. W. Rosebraugh,
Mrs. L, H. cMah, IJrs. Erjc
Butder, '.Mrs. 'R''nne'dy,Mrs.'
,Ray Pembertqn, Ms. Mason Bish
op, Mrs. George G. Brown, Mrs
W. I. Staley, MrsMax. O, Buren,
Mrs, J II.' Palrchild, Mrs. J. C.
Perry, Mrs. Peter Graber, Mrs. jri
H.4 Hertzog MissMary" PIndley,
and i the hostesses, x Mrs,- John H.
Albert and-Mrsi W; E. Klr'k.
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The annual banquet of the Sa
lem Easiness and I professional
Women's "cjub at 7 ! o'clock this
evening at the, Marion hotel will
be "one of the ' leading events of
tVe week. Miss Adelia Pric'hard,
national president, will rfce present
at this time. . (' " ;
, One of the most delightful af
fairs of last night was the dinner
dance at which 25 couples were
guests when Chemeketa chapter of
the Order of De Mola'y entertain
ed, honoring the three girls "who
had parts In- tfte play, The-Kah-kee
Four-Flusher.'-'. Crystal vases
of daffodils were used on the ban
quet tables. j .
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The Iadies Social circle of .the
Central Congregational church, in
stead of .meeting today,' will , meet
tomorrow, Thursday,! March r 5, at
the home of Mrs. 'E.V. Daugher
tty, 1 55 0 Court street, .
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The Veclnas Ileal is club win
meet today for" an all' day meeting
at" the- home of Mrs." Carrie Bunn,
2235 Hazel avenue, with Mfs.
Bunn and Mrs.. Mildred Nash the
hostesses. A. ; pot-luck luncheon
will be sere3:'at "noon. . - " "
The Cherry City club 'was de-.
lightfully , entertained last Friday
at the home of Mr and Mrs.' C.
Rice. An eighteen cover- dinner
was served preceding an evening
of five hundred . Blue hyacinths
and bine candles- in silver - holders
made the tahle attractive for the
occasion. Daffodils gave Ora
tion of the color motif in the liv
ing Jojom.. -i.Th9,:plyIng honors dt
the evening- went to Mrs. D. C.
Minto and JIS. Posal.( -TSpecial
guests of the lnb were :
Mr. and Mrs; W- tt. Stetnloft and
Mr. and rMs B.'S.? Polsat. The
CHICHESTER S PlUa
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COCTAT OAESIIPAn I
" . , .--..Today I-.. : I.,.. -.Wi-
Buslnfss an" Professional Wd
meft's . club : annual banquet. Ma
rion, hotel, 7 o'clock. if-
Marfon Country. Christian Endeavor-
batnqnet- and-rally.""' First
Christian church, fl:30 o'clock.
: Brotherhood dinner. First Con
gregaiional charch, 6 o'clock. '
i Central : circle-Jason Lee Meth
odist church. ' All day meeting.
Pot-ucic: luncheon, at noon. Pro
gram at 2:3? o'clock. r
Vecinas Realis club. Mra. Car
rie - Bunn and Mrs, Mildred Nash,
hostesses, 2235 Hazel avenue.
Thursday j 1
v Rapheterian club. ! Mrs. John
Chapter G of the PEO sister
hood. Mrs. O. E. Price, 444 North
Cottage, hostefs. . t f ,
i Ladies' Central circlel Central
Congregational church. Mrs. E.
V. Daugherity, 1550 Court street,
hostess. 2:30 o'clock.
s OAC club council meeting. Col
onial Dame Tea Shoppe. Lunch
eon at noon.
:" Friday J
Woman'? Alliancei Unitarian
jhurch. 2:30 o'clock.
- Saturday "
Chemeketa chapter. Daushters
of the American Revolution. Mrs.
Harwood Hall, Chemawa, hostess
Willamette University Fresh
man Glqe. Armory. rV. j
next club hosts will be Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Steusloff.
. Covers at the dinner were nlae-
ed for:, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.-Stens-
Mr.. and. Mrsx. IL. S. Posial. The
Mr. and Mrs. Dan J.Fry Sr., Mr.
and MrsR. Ef Downing, Mr. and
Mrs. Edgar Hartley "Mr.; and Mrs.
JV "B. Craig. Mr. and Mrs J A.5 T.
Wain. Mr. and Mrs. D." C. Minto,
and the hosts, Mr. and Mrs.'C. Oj
Bice. , ' ; ,
Magic of Erin will be the motif
for the St. Patricks' "party which
the Salent ajcBflwell club is spon
soring for Tuesdav evening, farrh
17, at the Woman's Club house, asi
a benefit: for the house building
fund. , While the Scotch have cel
ebrated with a number of notable
programs, this will be the first
program for! Irish folk in several
years. But one doesn't hav to
be Irish to be invited for' every
one will be welcome. While there
will be ho admission 'charge, 'a
silver offerine. : however, win h
taken, this to go4oward the pur-N
pose -mentioned'. The romantic
culture of the .Emerald Isle will
have its place on the program in
delightful old Irish tunes such
as v ru Take X pu Home Again,
Kathleen' in Irish, folk dances
by DUDils of Mrs..'Ralnh Whits:
Irish I lyrics by Miss Carol Dibble,
and a ; speech -on Erin: "by Frantp
Davey of Portland., whom Salem
knows in many, ways. , "
Mr. and Mrs. F, D. Thifilaen an A
children have mpved to their at
tractive country home on the Jefr
ferson road." " ; " . :
Miss Leone Halt, bride-elect was
the inspiration for. he delightful
pre-nupital shower at which Miss
Lorena Geer and Miss Lois' E.
Moorhead. were hostesses at the
home of Miss Geer. on 'Monday,
March 2. Musical numbers by
Miss Leona Geer and Miss Gwen
dolyn Harris comprised the early
entertainment. At a later hour,
Dan Moorhead, in the role of cu
pid, brought in the giftslovely
and useful exprs-on. a large
coaster wagon. i Lavender nose
gys wer an additional feature.
During the evening" V tgoVge9us
white jcakf i bearing a nilniature
bride and groom in " the center,
was presented for the honor-guest
to cut. Dainty refreshments were
served by the hostesses.'.' :'?
Those invited to be guests in
Miss Halt's" honor were: Mrs.
Donald Wayne Riddle, Mrs. George
E. Emory, Miss Ada Ross, Miss
Hazel Paden, Mrs. George Moor-;
head, Mrs. Daniel Moorhead, Miss
Grace Maden. liss Faye Wassam,
Miss Gwendolyn Harris, Miss Neva.
Millard, Miss Leona Geer, Miss
Margaret Tucker, Miss Kret Jans,
Miss Marie, Hitchcock. Miss Virgin
la Neef," Miss Helen Arpke, TMlss
Lois E. Moorhead, and Miss Lor
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Mr. Howard Everts Weeddis
tinguished landscape architect of
Beaverton, Or., will give an illus
trated lecture on landscape gard
ening in the auditorium of the
Salem public library on the eve
ning of iilarch-,i.oT The lecture
will be before- the Salem Art
league and; the publicr Is' Invited!
Miss 'Ruth Griffith was a euest
orer the' . week-end at "the K&ppa
ivappa Mmmaj&ouse Ja Jiigene.
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" About womenof the Liberty
commnnlfr'i met ' at the - hall' last
Thursday afternoon and organized
the Liberty Ladies' club. Mrs. xvl
R. Dallas was asked to act as tem
porary chairman, and the follow
ing officers were elected : Mrs.
W. R. Dallas, president; Mrs.
Bruce Cunningham vice president;
Mrs? Oscar Deneer, secretary-treasurer.
A constitution on constitu
tion4 and bylaws waa"1ppointed,
consisting of Mrs. Fred Browning,
Mrs. Roy Ohmart. and Mra. Bruce
Cunningham. The next meeting
will be held 'the tfcfrd Thursday in
March, at wheh tme Mrs. Claud
St evemson, Mrs. Tillson . and Mrs.
Fred Scott. will, hive chjarsa. of Ihe
prograE; n4 llrsi Fred Browning,
Mrs. A. B. Browning, and Mrs. N.
M. Allen will be the hostesses.
John ipssi, (Ruby. Harck.) 9
now liring in yanktp have- re
telveiL the news of- the. TJrt& of a
baby daughter, Amelia Eljabe.th
to them on. February 28.
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i Miss ' Mary Elizabeth Kightlin
ger. who is attending St. MaryTs
academy, returned Sunday , eve
ning to" Portland, after' Having
spent the week-end with her-parents,
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. KightUn-
i Cecil E. Tenderoth, president
of the1 Marion County Teachers'
association, has issued the follow
ing to. all .the associations in Mar
ion, county: ; .
Through the courtesy of the
Silverton. Parent-Teacher associa
tion, 1 the Marion County Council
of Parent-Teacher associations will
meet at the Eugene Field Audi
torium, Water street, Silverton,
Oj-egon. Saturday, April. 4,. at 10
o'clock a. m.
' Every, one Interested in com
munity welfare ' is welcome and
Parent-Teacher associations! com
munity clubs - and uch, though
not belonging to the County Coun
cil, pay ? affiliate t and come- as
gnests. ! i ; " . : ' -
? Only circles having paid up
standing with state and national
associations are entitled.' to- vote."
i ; Music by the , Silverton high
school orchestra , will open the
morning session ! ' .' ',
Business, reports of delegates,
and election of Qfficers will.fol
low. VA." ;V..; ;
Luncheon will be served at
'noon n ihe lunch room of the
aulitorium, each visiting , organi
zation to furnish something. "Sil
Terton circles, will furnish 'the hot
dishes; ' Salem Heights an 'iligh
landi associations, salads, and all
others, 'cake -and sa'ndw'ichefl7 es
pecially sandwiches! ' T ''- '1
; Round table talks on subjects
of interest will be conducted dur
iiig this time. . ::v l'-1;""';
, Aj series of drills, folk dances,
etc.f byj5iiverton pupils will open
the afternoon session. '
Dr.; Frank Brown, of the Marion
county health bureau, : and Mr.
Jt. Ll Bradyl of the Salem! States
man! Will" deliver- the main " ad
dresses. ; : r' -r
Vocal solos will be given by
Mrs.? S. E. Richardson, and the
Silverton -orchestra- Will furnish
additional numbers. ; " ':
!- Pack up your lunches and come
with us to Silverton. We need
our co-opreatlon. , '
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Chemeketa . chapter- of the
Daughters of the American Revo
lution i will meet on Saturday for
me regular March meeting. Mrs.
Harwdod Hall 'will he the hnatosa
entertaining the members at the
Chemawa Indian school. The
lng phases of the school, and dur
ing the tea hour will enjoy a pro
gram given by' the students.
A group of eighteen candidates
received the rite of confirmation
Sunday morning at St. Paul's
church. The Right Rev. Walter
Taylor Summer, n TV.
the sacrament to the following:
-aui .taroury, Elbert E. Fisher,
Tune Creech, Rhea Luper, Lynn
Cronemiller, Wallace Carson, Rob
ert C; Brady, Julia Creech, Alice
Ftshei. " Mildred Goin, Queenie
Wenlock, Francis Burt, Winifred
Beeph, Maimi Victor Leone Hait,
and' Carrie Mackie.
The Central circle of the Jason
Lee aid society will meet today
for an all ay meeting at the
church. - A pot-luck luncheon will
!e seryed St. noon and the regular
program held at 2 i 30 o'clock.
The many friends of Mr. and
Mrs.' R. E- Downing are welcom-
A Mattrejsp Thit
Didn t Just Happen
; RPy on display in our yvirf dows and its
rVs appearance in Saleni.' . ... ' ' ;v
:Come in early and b5 $ nre jrou see how ,
it is cpnstructed. It be well Worth
.; ypjur time. You will;'n6pd it sooner or
later, aftei seeing how it is. built, and h.e
Rest that it will afford. :
A 20-year guarantee, niven ; by the
FIVE FLOODS OF
Tii gthem home Tor a'four "monlha
visit la , California, - where thei
hav been since, last November for
the riteri " in ; Jlonywopd: they
were the gnests of ihefr tlaiighter,
Mrs. W. B. George. - Although
mont of their time was 'spent in
Los' Angeles and "Hollywood they
enjoyed motor excursions" to mapy
interesting points in southern
California. J " " ;
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Mrs. A, A. Schramm of Corval
lis was the' guest . ealier in the
week of Mr. and Mrs; P. J. Kuntz.
Mrs. William Prunk and Mrs.
Russell Smith were guests in Port
land over the. week-end. .
Astoria, Ore.; "March 2. Astor
ia chapter's invitation to hold the
next state , ' convention of the
Daughters of the1 American Revo?
lution there, unanimously accept
ed by the state board of manage
ment, will bring many D. A." R.
members to Astoria March 19-21.
During the conference all meet
ings will be held at Orange hall,
520 Exchange street. Registration
of delegates will begin at 1:30
Thursday " afternoon, March 19.
At 2 : 3 O the "same1 "day ' there wljl
be- a meeting of the state fcoard
of management While the board
is in session those ' having no spec
ial duties Will-be entertained.Mrs.
J. 5A. Buchanan, chairman of hos
pitality, 517 ' 6rand avenue, will
make , reservations upon request.
Trains leave for Astoria from the
Portland Union depot at 8:10 in
Uie morning,' 1:20 and 6 o'ciock
at night." it Is possible to make
the trip, by motor.
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Mrs. C P. Bishon. wan a iniMt
on? 'Monday in' Cbrvaflis In order
o, attend a meeting of the execu
tive board of the' Children's' Farm
home. ! ' . .
Mrs. G. H. Taylor, accompanied
by her little, daughter, Barbara
Jean, after having been the guest
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. W.
Davies, has returned to her home
in Longview, Washington. 4
- Harley Bailey. Lake county
merchant, visited in Salem during
me . weeK-ena.. ..Monday he was a
guest .. at the Chamber of Com
merce luncheon. '.".'.
' A. R. Euwing, manager of the
Wallace farm, was'a Salem visitor
Mrs. S. Whitford. Jr., left for
Los Angeles Monday morning,
traveling by thejSouthern Pacific
Mrs. T. R. Mudd has left for
Walters, Okla., where she will join
her husband. r
Mrs. WiUiam ; Burghardt left
yesterday for New York where
she will take -pa3sage on a boat
saMIng for France. She plans to
spend several weeks. In Paris.
.Miss Gertrude Smith, a fresh
man at Willamette university, was
a visitor to Monmouth during the
week-end where she visited .with
friends at ' the Oregon normal
school. :. ". ., :; ..-:. 4.,;... ,
s Mrs. Goldie Sims", a resident of
route 9, Salem, underwent a major
operation, at a local hospital yes
terday.: - ' 'i, ""tvL.. ::, -.
Oliver Campbell has; returned to
his home at Monmouth after un
dergoing a minor operation in Sa
lein. ' ' .''". ,!!" :-'-s.'j 4
-Mc and Mrs. John Williamson
and son,! Gene,' have been called to
Dallas,' Texas, by the serious ill
ness of Mr Williamson's mother.
Mr. .Wil)iamson is proprietor of
the Lone. Star service station on
North Canitol street. -
Buskip Blatchford Is suffering
from' ah injured ankle received m
basketball practice at Willamette
university recently. V
'Miss Ruby Hinds was a Cor-
valH? Tl?it9r during the-week-end
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10Q Silverton Business Men
Attend Special" Ever.!
: Monday Night ' '
SILVERTON, March 3. (Spe
cial to The Statesman.) One hun
dred, silverton business men and
Silverton Boy Scouts banqueted at
the J Methodist v church Monday
night. This-was the second event
of . Boy Scout week at Silverton.
Sunday Rev. , 6. Hall held special
services in honor of the scouts. .
' The Monday, night 6 o'clock din
ner ,was prepared and served by
members of the Methodist Ladies'
Aid society. ' '- Business men and
fathers were asked' to bring' their
own scouts, or, , If not having a
son of Scout age, they were asked
to 4orrow one for the occasion.
Business ' men responded loyally
to the "request and the banquet
was pronounced a- very real suc
Rev. Hi D. Chambers of the
Episcopal church of Salem was the
speaker of tfce evening. He-was
introduced by the toast master, S.
E. - Richardson. ' Rev. Mr Cham
bers! spoke on the 'organization of
Scouting. "Scouting," said Jlev:
Mr. Chambers, "Is the best hoyi
organization of today, It Is the
greatest cosmopolitan scheme that
is known." He wen on to tell"' 'of
his organization at Salem, speak
ing of the different nationalities
and races which' made up its mem
bership. ,; r" - m
In speaking of where Scouting
failed, he said: "Scouting falls
down . at ' its 'source : if it. fails at
all.1 The source of scouting is the
fathers and the home. The home
should not fail to back the hoys,"
explained the speaker. In speak
ing of Scout leaders Mr. Chambers
said: "Leaders are made; few
are born. "The best Scout leader
are those who were broupbt up
as Scouts." ''I
Three fathers were present who
each had two 'sons with' them who
were Boy ? Scouts. These men
were August Lindbolm, Dr. J.
Welch and P. Li Brown.- John
Welch sounded assembly" and taps
for gathering and dismissal.
" Bits For Breakfast '
i)o you care?
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Do yon want Salem to be the
most beautiful city In the world,
which It has a right to be?
Then help the -Slogan editor in
his City Beautiful edition of to
morrow. And do it today! If
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A Salem man says, a diplomat I?
a man. who can talk ois wife into
doing ail the economizing. ' r
Are you ettin ypgr sar4.en
In order? It is a great thing to
have your vegetables fresh.
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Any pretty glrr Is a moving pic
ture. - -V; H , C:
. The average man' practice of
thrift consists in saving up to buy
something" hp doesn't need.
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The modern woman seems to
Have You Seen fo New Chintz?
, Theresa Wonderful Vnrisly of .CrPlQcs V. . ' "
Lovers of pretty cretonnes will be agreeably surprise, at such offerings .
- a as these. Rich colorings; new-designs - - ' . - ."
24c "39c 49c , 52c Sc $UQ Gi'.25:5 ' .
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, carefufly filled. - We pay th . . f-'jj f C J '
express or postage' within a . . , . 5 T ?f r. H tLJ ZZy k
' radius of aiundredrmT2es. x;. ' : 7 "jCT", Si-" '- ""' T"" "! ' " -
Satisfaction Guaranteed i
on eyery . purchase or your f , . C.1N AND DO"
money s cheejfully ' refunded; i SALr?I BTOr.H XO: TLA?r f'T'I
' v ,iOa State ticet CCJ . '
DTrlgley's give? the penny a bir
value in delightful, loiig-las tlnA - r t
ejieflcial; refreVhmentr ' ! - 1
Coming home on the train or in the
car - fs so cool rarui street cite
smoking. And the&Vhen yop ffet hsic
how ea&rr the little folkf are fsf tfisir
Wriglcy's ! Hoif good: it imt,
after every ri
1 1 1 A V
think the unpardonable' sin 4 is to
show her age. i
:;Vy -y; -:': '; sr'
Paayo Nurmi, the human arrow,
was never sick a day in his . life
and never , even had a cold al
though he can" run plenty fast
enough to, catch one. It takes a
powerful heart to stan3-the' strain
which Nurmt puts npdh lt,.bnt the
Bimple life" and proper hours have
helped make hini the "marvel of
the world.' '
REAL ENGLISH CHINTZ
Quaint Old Fashioned Pefsns
85c 98c $1.25 yad
.Unreservedly Guaranteeflr poslllrely .
' ' 4 ' . Fast Color - ' ' '' '
These Chintz are of the famous Everfast
.manufacture. The cominff .of spring days
call for n,ey bright-hued window hangings ;
and here are just the kind of new, drapery
fabrics that "housekeepers" will .be wanting
yX windows, upjiolstery,(
, ill 1 j : .-I (' . ,.-
French ; aviators, flejr almost
.from Paris to Cape Verdet on the
west coast of .AfrWa.'; They left
Paris at fcootf'and -before- another
mid-day were at the" Senegalese
outposts of the French govern
ment in West"Africa,' '2600 milet
away.' In-the- days "of Stanley
such a Journey would have taket
two years. '-. "" "';: x
Many a good argument is knock,
ed down and run over by prdgreeA
A n 7 year's
n o re I n p w
iives on the
screeni . -
'iop-iwme? decoratioa ior.
cushions, and slip-cov
tr t ?
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