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THE X5IIK(?Pn;sTATE;S!1 Att, S ALtrl, OREGON . . .
TUESDAY ilORNING APRIL' 11, 193
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"XE OP TUB loveliest of lister
day's social events ias the 9
o'clock breakfast of the Alpha CM
Omega alumnae ; association at
which Miss Grace Holt and Misg
Maun Victor were the hostesses.
entertaining at the Colonial Dame
. Tea Shoppe. The I pastel tins of
-,-priDRtime flowers; predominated
the attractive j appointments.
;-ML"s Virginia Holt greeted j the
xVguests and presented each with ah
' ITaafor fimiin Inn fnrm nf a cors
age of pastel-shaded blossoms.
Mrs. Monroe Gilbert ;! and Mrs.
Martin Fereshetian L pleased 1 the
guests with their groups of musi
cal numbers. Three members of
the association, Mrs. Lewis Grif
fith. Mrs. J. P. Smart and Miss
Iouise Williamson were unable to
be present. .. ." J
It was at the brealcfast hour
that the guests received the news
of the arrival of a little "sorority
niece," Lorah Kate Griffith;
Covers at the prettily appointed
table were placed 1 for Mrs- Neva
Anderson of Albany, Miss G,er-
u . -
f In every drug store transaci-
tion your Rexall Druggist
can be trusted-- ... ... , j
The confidence of customers'
has played a large part "lit
making this 'business a vsucf
Back, of the Rexall Store is
the great; co-operative Rexall
organization of ten thousand
leading druggists, each con
tributing his share la service -to
the public and producing
the best in merchandise.
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The Rexall Store ucar you L
Perry Drug Storo
11S South ComaaercUl
Salem, Oregon :
There is a broad scope
ancing here at Hawkins
-a. ,; - J .HI .A.'.
We are prepared to handle from the ..very
smallest loans 6n residences up to tho'se on
business property requiring tens of thous--andi
of dollars- The low interesti cosfci here
also allows a ritos liberal plan of repayment.
No rnatler what size loan you
require, it will pay you to taut
it over with us.
. u m
lir Andred Bunch
trude Walling bf Portland, Mtss
Mildred Crout pi Portland, Miss
Catherine Hartley, Miss iiueillo
Moore, Miss Margaret Piercer, Mrs.
Frank: ftosebraugh, Mrs. M a i
Chambers. Jfrsj Martin - Fercshe
tkrji, Mrs. Claude Steustoff. Mrs.
Monroe Gilbert, Ut. CartlT. Pope;
Mrs. A. B. Bates Miss Amelia Bab
cock, Miss Dorothea Steustoff, and
the hostesses. Miss Maimi Victor
and Miss Grace Holt, -
Mr. and Mrs! William J.I Ball o
Portland motored to ; Salem to
spend Easter Sunday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Thielsten.
I -i -.;L. MM.
Thirty Salem Girl Reserves met
together - Sunday - morning - for
7:30 o'clock Easter breakfast at
I ' Mrs. Ercel Kay and Mrs,; Hugh
McCamrnon wore hostesses yester
day afternoon at the Kay home for
the members of their bridge club
- Th Trl-fi eliss'nf the TTtrat
Presbyterian church will meet for
tbe monthly dinner 'and business
meeting at 6 o'clock this evening
at the church.
Wit It the Easter 'days now over
plans for the vacation time are al
ready taking1 form. Professor and
Mrs.!, Horace Williston and little
son, Horace,' Jr. will spend two
months at Missoula, Montana,
where Professor I Williston will be
connected with the English de
partment of . the University of
Montana. The WJllistoria, who will
leave soon after the close of
school,1 are . planning - as part- of
their , summer's vacation a tria
through Yellowstone national
parkj j. : , ; - ;
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Dr. and Mrs. Mark Skiff had as
their guests lover Easter Sunday
their; ! eon and -I daughter-in-law;
Mr. and Mrs., Mark Skiff, Jr4-of
Portland.; .( '
Appomattox day, the armistice
of the; Civil war, was celebrated,
at what was probably, the first
time in Salem, on Wednesday of
last week: by. the Daughters of
Veterans when they entertained as
their guests th Sons of Veterans
and their wijres land the Sons of
Veterans ! auxiliary. , Over .eighty
members and guests .Iverp preseat
for the evening, i with tulips and
other spring blossoms attractively
arranged about the ball.! The ad
dress of the evening was given y
Judge Joan Lt. Rand. The eve
ning's prograni, arranged by Mrs!
Bertha Bergman, patriotic in
structor for the tent, opened with
a piano solo by j Miss . Genevieve
Findley. j Delia , Amsler gave sev-
2nJ Floor. One con Dloo
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I l"". ' :r"-'-" , " ! i'j'-t , -".I TT".- V'':.
-4--4I J , .iff -
liraee loan fin
' . Lrvj : ' O n co on
W:-i.; . ' Today
1 . Business and Professional Wom
en's club dance. Crystal Gardens,
9 e'clock. i '
' Miss Naomi Phelps, assisted by
Mrs. : . Carrie, . Chase, La concert
First Christian church. $ o'clock.
General , meeting Salcni Arts'
lcigue. Woman's cl6b" house. 8
o'clock. . i ' , '
. WlUameUe Shrine No. 2, 'Or
der or the White Shrine of Jeru
salem. Masonic . Temple, : 15
-Thursday "bridge club members
Smests of, Friday ; bridge, clab.
Gray Belle, 1 o'clock luncheon.
. Woman's Union program. First
Baptist church.? 7: 30 o'clock. Gen
eral congregation Invited.
.Etokta club. " Mrs. E. E. Fisher,
315 Market street. ; ! j
Saleni Arts"! league business
meeting. 7:20 o'clock. . Woman's
club building. f ' '
Junior Guild. St." Paul's church.
Mrs. Homer Smith, 675 N. Sum
mer street. 2:30 o'clock.
- Sons of Veterans' auxiliary. 8
O'clock. (;. . - '' j
. Kamlakin, the Headhunter. St.
Joseph's auditorium, 8:15 o'clock.
Leisure Hour club. : Mrs. John
H. Scott and Mrs. John H. Albert,
hostesses, 1089 Court street.
Cooked food sale. Salem War
Mothers. Neimeyer's drug "store,
1715 N. . Commercial street. '
v Young Married . People's- club.
First Presbyterian 'church.
Daughters of theNile. Mrs.
William MeGilchrist, Jr., 695 N.
Summer street, hostess, v----t
' Thorsday '
OAC club. Mr. and MYsPercj
Cupper, 805 Union street, hosts.
, Thursday club". Mrs; r E. C.
Cross. 1185 Chemeketa street,
hostess. ; - ' 'i
; French section. - American As
sociation of University Women.
Mrs. F. H. Thompsoni 351 N. Sum
mer street. 7:15 o'clock. 4 .
U. of O. Art Extension course.
Public library. T o'clock.
; Woman's auxiliary St.; Paul's
Episcopal church. Mrs. U. G.
Shipley, 975 E street. : -Saturday
. American Association' of-Univer
sity Wdmen.'Woman's Club house.
Tea complimenting senior girls of
Willamette university. Professor
Fergus Reddle, ; speaker- 2:30
o'clock, r ; T
Cooked Food sale. ,SP -ticket
office, 184 . N. Liberty streeiv La
dies of the Scandinavian church
Co-Ed carhival. Waller hall,
Willamette uaiversity. 8 o'clock.
Dance .at- St;. - Paul's; parish
house. L. J. class in charge.:
eral vocal solos, . and ' Miss Inex
Wood a trumpet solo, Additional
musical numbers ; were given by
the .Sons of. Veterans' quartet.
which Includes in its personnel.
H. R. McWhorter. E. J. Raymond.
Harold Fessenden and Walter Dig
gerstamm. In the daughters I
Veterans, auin'tet which -also sane
are .-Mrs. Laura Arpke, Mrs. Lit
heth Waters, Mrs Truma Huston,
Mrs. Mabel Lock wood and Mrs
Grace Green.' '
Mrs. Frank ' Snedecor," Mrs.
Breymair Boise, i and Miss Con
stance King ot Portland returned
nome - baiuraay evening . irom . a
month's motor trip in California.
The party spent most of , the time
at Los Angeles and .Long Beach,
with numerous short side-trips. .
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, Professor and .Mrs. Horace Wil
liston entertained during the past
week, Mr.-,nd Mrs. rank Wil-
Iston of Enunclaw.-Wash. j Many
delightful picnic t affairs "eri en
joyed at Painters' Wcpd3,Spongs
Landln'g,;'and other: retreats -dnr-
ing in visit oi professor wuiis-
on's brother. TZ i.r A
Saturday evening the . Williston
home was the. si-Che of an ,iloy-
aoie oianer .at.wnicn, a-.grt p at
members Jrora the Phi Ka Pi
fraternity were guests. White li
lacs la a yellow boM and yHpw
caudles in brass holders were used
in the decorative motif. ' ---Covers
were placed for:, Messrs.
Lawton, Nevltt, - Lance, Thomas,
Itching skin, broken, plmpfy br
taf lamed skin you will n&ver sof
ter troubles like that whetff on
know.-.', '; ?'-.:'U-'r
Modem science, by decades of
study, has learned how to deal
with Buch. troubles. , How to re
lieve instantly, how to starhea
ing at once. And bow, to-bring
complete results so quickly they
amaze. , .;.
The hasis, of course, Is sulphur.
We can never hope to find a fac
tor which so quickly, destroys skip,
parasites. - But men have found
new ways to give it multlplied( ef
fects. ; - , i
.The new-day method Is called
Mentho-Sulphur. It combines the
best all science has developed. To
cbiintless people It has shown the
way. tq avoid alt. skin afflictions. .
"'Ask your druggist for h Jarbf
Kowles '.; Mentho-Sulphur. j - Then
you are doing the utmost, and that
utmost will ataazo yon. 'We be
lieve that never again will. you let
a skin trouble annoy you for a
.1 r. li. . i C't ivT.
For Free Sample Addres3
.VVlIlfcuALL PHAHMACAL CO.
-' il. 1 (Ine. ' '
598 Madison Ave. -'
" 'f JS'ew Yerk, JV Y.
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by Shirley Sharon
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Dark-Uue cashmere ivZUhg wiih t!U
frock land Uteng of fiai cripe i a
.. . qwIt-KJti check of fed cmd navy ore
used, for a yk ensemble
eosUme. -V vW
HowTvzi.far. tbejafteno(o.fiock and
evehuig dzesa may .go in the matter of
circular Jkwnces, hem 'fiares and the like,
the ensemble coat and. its oWapartkuiar
frock. keep" strictly within U booodatf
aairov sheath lines. : In many cases both
the coat and frock; have straight lower
edges so that they can be matlc from tbe
new wide tardered uk er wodleos. The
coat, if you, are a slim gid of. what movie
folk cafl ' Cttle lady" can be made with
out an underarm seam. firowa is smart
eveic a Jrock f deep cream . bordered in
brown and lined with the same bordered
Alfred, and the; hosts, professor
and Mrs. Williston.
,The Etokta clnb: will Jneet this
atternoon at. the i home of Mrs. E
E. Fisher, 515 Market street. The
group will continue with the study
of "Know; Your Tdwn" as outlin
ed' by the National fLeague of Wo
men Voters. , J - .
,V The music section ofitbe Salem
Arts' League, of which . Miss Ruth
Bedford is the leader will have
charge of what, 'according to the
announcement made'. by the art
director, Mrs., John M. Clifford
will be, the last geoeV&l meeting, of
the seasoon. The program, "u'n
usualvariety andf: interest, Jwlri
open at 8 o clock at the Woman's
club bouse..' All Safem people in
terested, whether members of! tie
lea g ue or' - hot, : are
guests. , :.- - Ji'
iavited to be
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i Mrs. W. Al Johes; entertained aa
her guests over Easter week-end.
Mr., and Mrs. Lawrence Caviness
Miss Dorothy Felker entertained
delightfully on Easter afternoon
for a group of friends at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. FT
Ray Felker. v An Easter egg hunt
was- the feature of : the occasion,
with dainty refreshments I follow
ing at the tea-bouivj x h
, f Invited , for a happy afternoon
were: Miss Zoe Daniels, Miss Mina
Ott, Miss Betty EoneUL Mtes Cleo
RItner, Miss Kathryn Eaton. Miss
Kutn Eorr, and the hostess, Miss
Mr. and. Mrs. Joseph ' Albert.
Miss Mary Jane Albert, and Mr.
and Mrs-: J. c. : Griffith, motored
to Portland i on Sunday to spend
Easter- at ' the hoiae of Mr. and
Mrs. Glen Sigel. 1
Sirs. Lola Bellinger entertained
delightfully tor ai group of the
girU who assist her lh the high
school library, with! a line party
at the Liberty theater, followed
with a slumber party at her home.
The guests of Mrs. j Bellinger included:-
Miss Lou vera Horn, Miss
oaynelle Beckett; Miss Ethel
Jones, Miss Letha Pelley. Miss Lu
cilo Burton, Miss Orpha Harvey,
nad Miss Virginia BtickelU
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.AVillamelte Shrinei No. 2. order
of th White Sfirine of Jerusalei,
ill hold The ceremonies of instal
lation this evening afc 8: 15 o'clock
in the Masonic temple: Those who
Are. members ot the?Ea6terafitar
are mvltcd to be giests
At the Fl rst fca pt 1st -ch a rch on
Tuesday evening at f:30, the fol
lowing program has ! been-arranged
by , the WomensV Society ind
th .World Wide guild f:. ; a
DeroUonal ..Mrs. O. n. Kentun
Talk : . . - i jPnstn
Songr j t .. . ... . . -VMen'a Chorui
Reading ..... i.Mra Geo. King
Violin Solo. , ,.Mis3- Betty Siddall
Dramas ... .Garments of Glory
Alter the progrimjr efresljmenis
will be sei-vtrd by the BGO class
iesfess for '' It'fle ' eveaittg.
The congregation la cordis liv in
vited to attend. ' " , 1
The members of f the Junior
guild ot St; PaaVs .chtirch will
tuect at 2;0 o'clock this i after
noon at h& kbnie of Mrs, Uoiiaer
Y r - -.r 4 v. .;. ti ..
A full attendance is especially de
v iScms of;Veterns' auxiliary wfll
lipid their ; regalar m'eetlng la the
Armory, this evening at 8 o'clock.
All are requested to be present for
drill work. ! -
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, A little daughter' was welcomed
into each ol two; pVomrnent Salem
homes - on Easter Sunday, with
both- little Easier lily. ladies re
ceiving tbo -names their grand
mothers have borne.
At the home lot Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis D. Griffith, Lorah Kate,
Weighing nine pounds,' arrived at
7:25 o'clock la the morning. The
cfocasion, as welt as hcing Easter
Sunday, wai also the birthday of
Mr. Griffith. Mrs. Griffith, before
her marriage, was .Ha Spaulding. j:
At 11:50'' telock, also Easter
morning, a ?mtle ; daughter ; was
born at the Bungalow, maternity
hoiao-to Itcv. and Airs. Ward Wil
lis .T.Ofl"' 1 .lr1 I'hxk Pmii)rthri
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manse. LTttfe Kmelysse Wardine.
as she will be - jknown, weighed
7H pounds. ;Thip first name, km
elysse, is a modification of the
names of the two grandmothers;,
the maternal grandmother : being
Emily, and . Mr. Long's mother,
the! second name is
a derivation ! honoring the little
lady's father.. It was an Interest
Ing coincidence that Emelysse
Wardine was born at the very hour
her father was baptizing 10 small
youngsters at the morn tag East
r service. Emelysse Wardine has
to . help welcome
little sister, Lois
her a charming
Covers 'were : placed for 'ten - at
the Grax club Easter luncheon
6n Sunday afternoon at the Y. W(
C. A. An Easter devotional hour
preceded tire luncheon,' with Miss
Jenelle J-Vandevort giving a talk
appropriate to the occasion. Spring
blossoms centered the table where
salad.1 tea. and
In the group
were Miss Imo-
gene Gardner, Miss Jenelle Vande
yort. Miss Myrtle
Smithi Miss Ber-
nice .Mulveyv Miss r- Bernico Rob
erts. Miss Mary! Erickson,: Miss
Loretta - Vafley;1 Mtss -Lillias Howe;
Miss Erma Meeks and Miss Ruth
Stover. - ' i -j -;' '".
" One of the charming club far4
ties of the past Week was. that on
Saturday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Bonesteele
Tulips,: with a dominant motif of
the American ' Beauty shade, - and
primroses, wer. nsed attractively
about ithe MmsL .Iva Gplding
Cha r,etp, Mr." . and Mrs. 'Clifford
Townsend. and John Watts were
spiral .gnest ffor ..the-, evening.
The playing prize went to Mrand'
Mrk .W. L PhUlipsV , j .,j
In the club group present were
Mr. and Mrs. W, L. Phillips, Mr.
and, MfA-l ,Earle ! Dane, : Mr. and
Mrs. Merrill Ohllng, Mr. and Mrs.
Merle Rosecrans, j andthe hosts,
Mr. and Mrs.. Wallace Bonesteele.
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The ladies of the Scandinavian
church are planhfng a cooked food
sale . for Saturday , at the S., P.
office on North Liberty street,
Mrs. Arthur. J, Rahn : and Mrs.
Donald W. Riddle; motored to Al
bany for the Easter vesper service
at -the First Presoylerlan church.
Later in the evening they attended
the ' sacred cantata, "The Last
Seven Words of Christ," (Theo
dore Dubois) at the First Presby
terian church in Corvallis. -
One of, the outstanding of the
early . post-Lentenl affairs will be
the ' : Business ' and Professional
Women's club dance this evening
in the CrystaJ Oar4ens, with three
prizes announced for the - most
distinctive costumes. While a cos
tume da ace, the : guests are not
asked to 'wear special, costumes
unless desired.' i f ' ' " '"
The committee fa 'charge In It
self1 suggests that the affair will be
a distinct "success. !
Mr. and Vrs. Chester A. Mee,
320 North Front street, announce
the engagement of
, John Aloysius
Pearl Alene, to Mrj
Ilorgan: The announcement " of
the wedding date will be made
later. : -L- -; - ' .-' t-
sMr. " and - Mrs. "Wallace " Bone
steele entertaiaed as their house
guests over Easter! week-end Iva
Golding Charette. John Watts and
Virginia" Charette of Portlandr
The firsts post-Lfenten musicale
and one that j will I be of especial
delight will be ;!that at 8:15
o'clock this .eveninig at the First
Christian church when Miss Naomi.
Phelps, Eoprano,' assisted hy Carrie
M.'Chase,i.,reader, and Mrs. Guy.
Fitch Phelpa. ' accompanist, will
appear la concert.'! Of particular
Interest will be the! ojd fashioned
gtoup which Miss Phelps Will sing
in winsome costume.
The program Is announced for
the evening as follows 3
Del Mio Care . . .Ilayda
Miserere . . . .'.Verdi
HcUned, Delicate Skin v j
Secured by ; Absorption
. No Complexion can be -nsiderpd txatj
tlful it thm kkm U 'ramnt in textar. TKis
trouol"- can be eren-floie. ky tlioroughJy
cleanilng the pores, rt'inoTini; tl'p dirt aad
impnHties whict made tTte Via musk,
f'w U'u purpow heres "nothing lttrr
lhah rirrrwlvted wax. r The wax oomplete
lr absorlm tke rouih. tnadlr op discolored
outrr kkin and untfoirsl the porss. -T6o
(rph, yoanj skill ndtrnfth. ',(( in
e-idM;e, is , eoiNj'tly . d-Uc,t. rrfinad
and beautiful. 14 it is Wnt o. as tbn
pore now ifcAr txrt eftVte tuaitcr and.
drink in tha lirtfjriny oxyjrn.
Mrrcoliie4 wh, bvrautw of Itc wo
dr(ul ahsorption pocl". Is tatt anpur
fdinj" otiirr trtort for ars. piap-.
iTf elJw. trerlvlp-t nr qloti-lij- skin. It
U .applied at nisbt Wke tol4 rrearn and
wanhad ff urxt tarniajr. Harmless, of
course, and tn be kad at mar &rug store
(a eimce wjil d. Air.
CaYe Selire Wtlandel
; . j Naomi, Phelps.1 J iv-,
The Pign of the Cross. .Barret
Keeping a Seat at a Benefit
-Carrie M. Cliase. k L .
Would God. I Were the Tender
, Apple Bfossbni, .'. . r ... Iii'tVksoh
The Little Irish Girl. . . : . . Lohie
Mipnetonka t by roqucsti .. .
. .'. . j. . .. . . . . ... - . Lciuraucc
-; r, Nadnii Phelpa. f"
prcamin" s'.r. .". . -v , (. .Phelpn
Revenge . . ,'. . , .'...'Clciacnls
j-, :.-. Carrie M. Chase. V,
t)ltl Fashioned' Groyp '(Ba -n-
1 tumc) ...... : y. . rJ,.Sel'cct';'?
.v - " " j: ; Naomi ' PlieliVs '., ' -f- ,
A Voicei from a Far Country
. . J . . . . . . . . . , . , . ,S9k-rt'd
garlic M. Chase, Naoril l'holp"?
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Professional 'ami Business
Women P!an Ccstume Dance
Several firms of the city have
purchased blocks of tickets to the
costume' benefit idahce of the 1to
fessional ; and Business Womens'
club, which is to be staged tonight
at the Crystal Gardehs.
I ' The dance "is held for the pur
pose of securing funds towards
the erection of a building for the
organization. The club has been
divided 'into nine different com
mittees, and each one Is endeavor
ing 1 to secure 4a "portion of the
The committee of Miss Sylvia
Woods is sponsoring the dance.
They have secured the Oregen Ag
gravators, one "of the best known
dance, orchestras on the Aggie
campus.!-4; " '
I Bits For Breakfast
. This, is the week r . .,
. Lineaj week iu.Salem . ;
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The most important week thus
far In the history, of Salem. .
Speed :to the. help of .the, loyal
hustlers oa the committees. It is
as much your work as theirs.
It would be a glorious thing if
the stock could be over rubse'ribed.
That, would be an encouraging
sign Tor the third mill. (
i: ; !,. v-- .'"V ;!
And hurrah for Silverton and
Albany and the '.rest f the valley
towns that arefgping to help. They
are good neighbors to Salem.
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-Why is Batle creek Battle
creek? iWhy is it called Battle
preek? Was a battle fought there?
This questioon is asked j of The
Statesman. Who can answer itt
Referring to the Battle creek a
few miles south of Salem. It is
a little ci-eek (most of the year,)
wiin a Dig name.; Tubman asking
the question says he has heard
that the; name was given oh ac
count of an Indian battieTon that
creek In the pioneer 'days. Who
can tell about this? i . .
New Today .iSr
: . t r M 'M. - M
t Sckfomdoes the iscrcen echo the hoart-bcat or hurhanily its ir j? h(
its laughter, as does HIE WHO GETS SLAITED.'" Wc adVi.-.u ka to
j.ius surring pnotopiay.. v
ADDTHIS TO YOUR LIST of memorable moving
Ifrlgley gives the penny a birr
; value In delightful, long-lasting f
Coming home on the train .or in tl2
car t It's, so cool and sweet fcfeer
smoking. And then vheri you f,et hens
' how eager the little folks are for their
Wrigleys f How good it is for then!
The plant of the Turner Flax
Fiber company will likely be In
creased in capacity. It can now
handle annually about 250 t6n3
of flax; .getting out the seed and
turning the straw Into fiber, 'jit
la, proposed, to increase the capa
city to 600" fco 1000, tons. D. F.
Eastburn and wife and Led ahd
Arthur DeMytt are .ther-stockhold-ters
of the company ,';now. : They
havg $10,000 capital. - It is their
Idea that with 125.000 capital
they eould make the necessary ex
' Supported by
NOR M A SH EARER
if . ;
pansion.' A.lot-of such threshing,
retting and scutching plants wijl
have to be established and en
larged, and these people aij ex
perienced ahd practical and hard
working. They have the elements
ot success. ! ' .
.'Crlme urge" is a very common
complaint among crooks; yet no
one ever' before heard oT It brine
offered as a mitigation of punish
ment for murder. I .
. - Attraction '
Sfl;K. " "
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-. i ''Motormad" -A
.MHiJ Gr&rrU" Co'ietly '
BIcDonald rathe rtvs