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; THE OREGON 'STATESMAN; SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 25; 1928
Iae! Daily Except Monday by -
.THE STATEJs3LN PUBLISHING COMPANY
r 215 Santa Commercial Stmt. Salem. Ornfoa
BV J. Hendrieka -Irt
Ripn C. Cartia
- City Editor
Balsa H. Kle'aiac Aorartimac Mgr.
l.loyd E. Stiffier - 8nrintoacat
W. H. Haadrraoa. ClreaUtion Maaacor
E. A. Kaotaa ... LiraaMck Kdtteri
W. C. Conaer . PoaJtry .editor
KZXBEX Or THB ASSOCIATED PASS
t va a. m jw&mddv i
oeiat rroaa is Aaclaaivoly ostitis to tfco aao tor obJieatiOa of all
7 - 7 ' or ao oiaorwiae croaio ta
local aaata pabliabod Baraiav.
ibis aopar .aad 'alao tho
i" ' -r xvtDrEM omns - v I
Pacific Coatt Bapraaoatativoa Loty Stypoa. I a.. Portland
Soearity, Blag.; Saa Praaciaeo, Sharoa Bldg.; La iAagaioa,
1 Waiters Pacific Bldr.
Taootaa V. Clark Co.. Now York. 12S-13S W. Slrt St.,
Chicago, Marquette Blag. $
1 Baaiaata Offlc -.2 or 583 TE1XPH OKX S
i Social Editor 106 Stwt-Ctp't . or iS
Cireslatioa Office X M
and all of this in a green wilderness that is happily free from
the cluttering conveniences of civilization; so briefly and
barely to set down this meager outline is enough to make one
long to go. ..
WHO HAS JOB FOB
Kntarrd at tha Post Office ia Sataa, Ore (on. a aeeoed elaia nutter
f ' t July 25, 1028 i . - I
't . And He Bald. so is the kingdom of Ood, as if man should cast
' seed Into tbe (round; and he should sleep, and rise night and day.
and the seed should spring and grow up, he knowethnot how. Mark
THE DOOM OF NATIONAL PROHIBITION?
.The Anti-Saloon league of Oregon insists that Hoover name
'prohibition as the leading issue of the campaign .of 1928. Un
less he does that, it says, the dry element of the country will
not be enthusiastic for him, and the outcome of the election.
'may be uncertain. f' f ' 7; ;:- ;. j
" If the dry element of the country does not vote for Hoover,
whom will it vote for? It can not vote for Smith thai much
is self evident. "j ' ;v:r v ; :: ?j-;-tl
. And if, lacking enthusiasm for Hoover, it stays at home
and does not vote at all, or casts its vote for the nominee of
1 the Prohibition party, it will be aiding materially toward the
felection of Smith for the wets are not going to stay at home.
IThey are going to troop enthusiastically to the polls aid cast
.their votes for AL They know what they want, and they think
they know how to get it, 1 .
j Hoover has declared publicly, in reply to Senator Borah's
questionnaire, that he believes in enforcement of prohibition.
and the managers of the Republican campaign are inclined to
let the prohibition issue rest there, if they can, because5 many
1 a F . w
01 tne Jcey states of the east states that must be carried if
Hoover is to be elected are believed to be strongly wet
their tendencies. i
The editor of the Telegram in the above has certainly paint
ed a word picture that is "enough to make one long to go"
And it is a true picture, too.
In days to come, as better, highways-are provided over the
iascades, like the one that will lead from the center at Salem
of the great Willamette valley through the Hogg pass to the
great inland empire of central Oregon V
And when the Sky Line trail is better marked and better
advertised to the outside world, great numbers of nature lov
ers each year will be drawn hither from far places to make
uu9 juuiue, -,i
The attractions along the Sky Line trail are a state a&ae
that will in due course be worth millions annually to Oregon.
; A Twin Falls, Idaho, dispatch says "the acreage planted to
beans in, the state of Idaho is estimated at 83,000 acres, an
increase of 11,000 acres over last year. Figuring on this
basis; the production is estimated at approximately 1,424,000
bushels. That is a big development In the course of time,
the Willamette valley will match this development with
string beans for canning (with salad beans a specialty), the
crop being grown under irrigation.
fT. A. m tm '.'' iV ' m
-1 He perauon ox me inirty I lax pulling machines in the
balem district is attracting the attention of many people with
vision who are taking note of the possibilities of the flax and
linen industries here. They cannot grow too enthusiastic over
the outlook. This growth is at once one of the most interest
ing and most important things happening to the Salem AiJ
enct, tne Willamette valley, and the whole state.
This is a splendid time to check up on the benefit of im
gation in the Willamette Valley. The West Stayton, Lake La
bish and other iririgated sections of. the Salem trad,w f
tory are not worrying about the warm dava. TlnrW irrit,
wc aie turning On WOnQerfUUV VOU Cn nlmnof
and hear them grow.
flljlit to Stockholm, 8vdea, was
poatponed tonlfht until Taurjaaj
mornlnr. becansa of unfarorable
weather Dredletloas. t
' A United States weather bureau
report, recefred alter tha bla.' air
plane had been loaded with., gaso
line- in preparation for a hep sit 5
a. su tomorrow Indicated that ad
Terse headwinds woald he encoun
tered Wednesday throufhout the
(C. H. Gram, commissioner of
the Obrejon bureau of labor, has Canadian lensth of the trip
Hassell said his ship must
been appealed to br the United
States department of labor, re
sulting in a letter from W. H. Pot
ter of the U. 8. labor department
to the Salem T fr.ee employment
office and perhaps to other em
ployment offices. If any reader
has the right kind of a job. let
him communicate with Sim Phil
lips. Salem T free employment of
fice. The Statesman Is glad to ren
der the serrice of the publication
of the letter, as follows:) ' j
The writer is confronted with
the problem of a young man. 29
years old, who must find employ
ment of some kind that will keep
nlm out in the open, preferably
somewhere in the West.
This man enlisted in the
faTored with tall wind fifty per
cent of his trip, otherwise his gas
oline supply will not last. . '
The report promised an atmos
pheric low pressure area, tra Tel
ling northeast Thursday, - which
will gfre- the airplane "greater
Rockford" the aid It needs.
RAILROAD PIERCES PYRENEES
Bits For Breakfast
Not so warm -today
So predicts the weather man
for which deTout thanks will bef
forthcoming from a sweltering!
But hare you been out on the
Canadian army at the age of 17. 1 highways leading through the
saw actlTe serrice in the lines In farming districts of the ralley the
Prance and was gassed during thlslPast few days? It you hare not,
serrice. He has worked for the I go. You wUl see evidences on er-
most part since lea ring the ser-1 ery hand of smiling plenty and
rice In steel mflla tan i. , I laughing abundance. The harrest
Physically strong enough to con4 18 weU ,on eTerT ectlon
tinu h 1. m. .land what harrests In many sec
- r w mm ajfvue VA
Illness directly traceable
effects of being gassed
He is a man of good education,
If there is a bear on hie home
ralley in all the broad expanse of
- . . J . . . I . -
1 lie ox iram ukb ntsen uuumru in auuiuer or 11 a ibbi raamni A
! surriral the Pyrenees which cut off France from Spain. A raiirnari
linking the two nations through the. mountain range has been op
ened, and teams like this must now compete with steam transnor-tation.
THE MORNING ARGUMENT
By Robert QniUen
good family d a hard worke; VZ HlSx JS
with a mechanical turn of mind.!
No one Is dependent uoon him
and on the other hand his- rela-
ares are not in a position to stir.
I am sure that If he could find
AIM ttanu ta.a. A. S A.
j,ve vui in me open on a
and the Cascades, let him go and
tee ana renew his hopes, or get
Inspiration for hopes for the fu
ture, if he has it not. Look on
what Is already being, done; and
then think of what may be done,
when all the ralley Is under lrt
gatloa and all the Idle and slack-
ranch, a farm. In forestry, hlgh-fer acres are put to full potential
way or lumber work In the west
aa - AW -M a.
wucre iuo amies wouia not re
quire too great physical exertion
at first, he could In a year or two
build up his physical condition to
a point of complete health and
ruggedness. Wages or salary
would be no consideration if he
could be assured of decent food.
use, with rotation crops and tbe
high things of modern agrlcul
ture. Much has been done; but
only a fair start has been made.
Loganberries are 8 cents a
pound orer Victoria and Vancou
ver way. But they are made- into
wine orer there wine with 32
Several days ago, the Eugene Register announced that twok "d enouh HSTa. thaf o? mSe."
A straw rote cast by the 281
poultrymen delegates from all
'Can you suggest Anyway of
getting this man placed in auch
morevppVo wnnlH v, - . . """I keep him .clothed.
- nuiauing 01 an tne paving jobs in
that Cltv for thf vaar Tf ia
ar w a as ia aa is mbti rii i ra lain s
rM m . - . I - " wa, AAA uaiCUi. 1 IIH I1X VI nCTI
ine lurst rule of politics is to drive away no votes, and the I crews will have to rjush the wm-ir w ;n u .lposiUon as to permit him to re-
BepubUoan campais? manage are to Mtar thit n from their taak, by ih. shower, and mud or taaT ISS SSiASr
titcxc is any way ior inem to uO It. J f : I Any information or suggestions
Their DUrDose. at least at tV nnonf ct. I 5Sva'' o u - KOB maT be la a position to offer
- ' - a' "vaic wi iuc uu-1 aawuu at, uic wriLer s a nnnr "kruiU. 11 . . i ,i .
j , . .. ., . i . , . " uAuciia x iH, II ere CI srilwl" apyrrvuieu.
ao, a poaufc uii uie proniuicion is-1 c wwuiiai ajgnw&y trariic conference assure us that
"I don't mind a man be In fat
if he ain't got a soft, baby look
like he's liable to start suckln' his
thumb an minute."
cojtmBftt. XZS. roAttakora Bracata.)
By Clatade CaUaa
"This stock I bought has eon a
down, so that salesman wasn't so
smart after all. He told me confi
dentially that it was goln up."
ticprnrnt. ihzs. ibUaar Syadirata.)
pouiirymen aeiegaies irom aiii
parU of the state in conrentlon atcomIe,t!t,OB H"08 today when It I ralley on one of the hottest days
. a. a a a . I SaV aa an. gm I -a an tf a - aal A W & A . . .. a. . a I -
me uregoa iiricauiirai couegei numoer oijor tne year, bu tbe found time to
. faiiiA TVi o f ...-4. U JJi. J I i 1 1 a . .1 I J"if . .. . .
I CZL Z TZZZZZZZZZ TJKirS.1?" 411 rsection,. Yea. H0RE TEACHERS LEAVE
$ r ' v ccuMT;icu, juncaas not a wnoi- " v" VA jjwu u uoes mm alter he s dead 1 QAI trti counni - cyctcm
IT almmhla nmfaaimn U ' I aOaalf WWIIWWk 1 w I t-m
Brfefly stated, the political statusof prohibition. It the PnPFOrniITIlri
esent stage of the campaign, is this: Hoover has declared I Ul II Ml II If H 1111 Ti
I VaSafVVa?a-haa A ak.at Aaa. A. . a" !l m I ' " '
I'wmuiuuii cuiwiKKwenw omitn nas aeciared ior modifi
July 19, turned ont four ta one
in faror of Hoorer. How Is that
for high? The Tammany tiger
hae the worst skinning coming
that was erer administered to an
anlmile of his ilk since the be
ginning of recorded time.
IFI pnnnnflnpfD rinirr
in uuiviiviujfo rioiii
331 to 151
LONDON, July 24 (AP) The
home of commons loafe-hr kt a
Ltion of prohibition.
Whether or not the politicians so desire, the presidential
impaign of 1928 will be a referendum on prohibition. If
oover is elected, it win be a sign tharpubllcr'opinion favors a Labor Party's Motion of Cen
juunuauon 01 tne pronibitlon experiment. If Smith is elect euro nofaorri k
rf If will Ka , xv u i i... , . . ; A 4"w'u "J 'w yi
i ' puuue ia urea 01 proniDiuon and
rants to get its foot back on the rail. X
Those who believe in the prohibition amendment mult nec
tsarily vote for Hoover, for ther i nnf ia nJ, u
to do. The election f SmitK ll 011 - 01 33f " defeated the
' vu-.- uwni ui national Manor party's motion to censure of
prohibition. Ithe gorernment for failure to
aolre the unemployment problem.
An amendmnnt mnraii k. o.
rrn I.. - -
ine matter is m the above very well put by the editor of . F"et Croft alosuat, iie-
fche up valley newspaper- 1 ixarSd MSS
But most discriminating readers, upon first or Second rr?nMrnt " pJiCy of "'orm of lo
hought, will disagree with the last statement, that fr4 ai. lSSSSL ?l2-!?Jif ??,icy of
r -Jul 0 ., 1 ., v- ' - 1 - uuauun, was car-
i pian of Smith will spell the doom of national promotion." ried bZ I05 10 Th. rote
J f That event would certainly be broadcasted as doing that JrSer p'rem.e? VaSe?
I Uery thm- But it would still be a long way to eo National eDoBM. mored the rote
I . rohibition is written in the Constitution of ' irJ?l Jjr&lrL
t j rs,. vvii iarwcTre aeaiiDaT
5 k'""0- " w&e ine vote OI tnree-fourths of the states I L . . "r unemployment problem
Is fn their leoislafnrP ; nn,rMn ' .TB,cn "a more thaa a mil
, . . ' caneu ior me purpose, "on ana a quarter tobless in
(Coathra? trim 1.)
keener wim anKAt.i. .... . . I
run wild on ,--.XT . ,a "u I chosen was M. Ethelwynne Mur-
u.. . , , a" trearx. I
IN MEET TODAY
MrI J- Le-"e; It w. slw 5!f le TeY
m ioe anerirrs after the seizure-1 nmatmu, who w
j was for a long time IwSsekeeiS Frtttch Mta Murton's salary Is
PORTLAND, Ore.. July 24T-2-(AP)
One hundred and three
to Mr. and Mr r.... al H1T0. She has traveled suite exrUunlr boy golfers will tee off in
Rilli. ... c "uu vl I ..t.1- - - J v. ... I tha nniltfTlaof nnail v' K. .......
u.tvuuui weaiuiy Society famll! uuiuira avuu uci icc-i v wuo auav
whoae name is familiar to th natClommendAUons to the local board al Oregon sUte Junior champion
peat her rictory.
Considerable difficulty orer the
eligibility of players entered In
' a vi in wuvenuons caiiea ior the purj
Utfter submission by a two-thirds vote in both houses k
' - ?,aaaa.a. M fTM A . . ,'i
' rresent treneration if
'But the election of Al Smith would
Y a . .
LSress. That woulrl hp oma iok t ,:n u. . i r.-A.r!m'eL w replying eon-
; ;t ... jv,. , ttih Ilut oe aone in ine mx nis original diagnosis
mai unemployment was Hue to a
general nnaotttno- nr . a.
. . : -WAV. muuncu uy ine I "v.n wr una oeen prored
Tealang down of law enforcement under the 18th amend- Drt,r correct. - ne admitted
rnenx,withou the shadow of a doubt- . . preion"in.s:
i'i And ako. without any question, there Would follow the at . ad;ln the shipbuilding and
tmpted nullification of the prohibition laws In a number of Zo
mith is not going to be elected. TheVe is a eaera. ,r.d. r ...
f f oisy minority yelling for AL But the great majority k tteK o-pirS
1 .eople Of this country will rive him a no!ifl.ol f,,aii u-J5"on weU main-
y - - "'" a.aauuet LUaXl
t fffl make a ord for this country for generations. I
h There was a convention of poultrymen at Corvallia the of U
i f d'attended by delegates rom. all parts of Oregon; 281
j ere present A' straw vote showed four to one for Hoover.
I, that is the way the whole country is tmino- to loot i rt
V ir outside of the five counties of New York City and some
the wet sections of the other big cities. j
THE SKY LINE TRAIL
tained, addhj that the rir.rA.iA.
in the textile induatry was a srob-
"l w ureal Britain alone
out. oi xne world.
His reply was characterized b.
. cuaaceuor oi tne
an abject confession of bopelees-
ucoo ana uuiare.
winsion Churchill, chancellor
M excaeqaer in the Baldwin
cabinet, closing the debate for the
wrvrniaieai. aeciared that the.coal
' "vT 7 w tn crux of the whole
I:..??3 tu xnat ne hoped that
rotwjt wouia snortly be forthcom
lng from the taxaUon reform pol
1. . (Portland Telegram)
3 Une of Oregon's novel vacation ormortunitUa u -'.Ialc.n "e OTrnt 1
BU Ti-. .v. " 7 r . . f f 1T-1T J" J?"tt tnrough parlla
Maw, me i ores i iraCK mat Winds Its hiffh " i"caiy as possible.
aty aiong tne cascade Kange. This year, for the third time, I ooo minVr, who tt wM d"
iriy is convoyea oy JMgene H. Dowling, a Portland lawyer ta ? "nnentir wtthout
Iho knows and lovea the motintain. .Wa ZJA ? h9T wn blfted to
I . V ,r mvujum ut cuwurvl11" uiaasires
ujnjs uwkus io Know ana love them, too. f - ,
Tbe leisurely journey wffll)e made on horseback, attended
i'jjack horses and ji rlepentiaHe ommissarv. heHmtin
Palie meadow, on ihe south kpe of Hood, and endinl some
S days later at Crater Lake: Most of the bridle path is amik
fcove sea level and it 'teaches upon mountains picturesque
name as m-Deaiity. Mount Jefferson. Motrnf .wr,ff,nw
jiree aisiers; uroJcen Top, Bachelor Bul)Umond!Peak,
II tsauey. uow Horn and Mount TWelaen " I i
A journey such as this is enough to draw tottrists f rpm all
Or to tha mtnnU.
imuk .wnn ai length. Vr
ChwchCl aald tWffrsent had
ajftr eorarldwitiaa a concrete
enema or jutgraooa rhich would
am vraajeniea iat a early data.
fer the world If fta ttMf- i . . . .. - iWoman RlintA!iTrl-.ri ? Crfl
i r .Mwia e ovpenj aaveruseu.1 .
? 5 v.c v uwic xcxauaeur. eascwaro. tn anienriiri 1 MWJ,- Mcuii;. runca, .
lAMi and rlifana waxafaaS 4L. 1 1 a . I tJtm. l. nt
j j feeP . Pe and distance; westward, the pleasant variety
re. xuiia ana wawrea valleys ;. close a,t hand thegreat
NBW. YORK. July .24 CAP "
as manufacturer. k I wera AxeentlAnallr hlrh isaip tournament on tbe "Tualatin
selser, and had authority to mat. I Two Junior hlrh instructors I coar tomorrow. The large en-
purchasea for them. t.4 I arm Mta iriK.hofh w ni.try list was a aurprlse to tourna-
the Emersons went to Europe and will take Miss Boentje's place as l1 Jllll
Mrs.. Leslie, official. a.u I .v . . ,wurew approximately one-fifth of
ed in to buy 11.000.000 worth rl. - tiAi. oa ..l"1 umber.
Jewels." I"" " " ' " I Only eight girls decided to try
She obtained from w. v.J r... . , A for the state championship.
stores hrm Bni 7. . .T I - -'ixnis 11st inciuaes rrances scott.
itE ? a,.aPi1de,phI Conegfr he" he made i927 UtlUt. who Is farored to
t 7 v t'-v.vow un ine 1 an ennabie scholastic record, will
strength of her formar irmMl.. . . . . . . . .
authorlzAtlon and dian , " "e Jun,or mn ai
them to Harry Winston T m .,7; I"" mon"1-
arenue jeweler, on the storr win Tne two oiner new memDers
ston said, that ah! was wmnsthe 1each ln the rde8' both
Jewels for Mrs. Emerson who had ing a""1"16 ot Monmouth
certain obligations ahe must meet normal "cbool and both of whom
at once. Winston ..fit ..u hare recentlr com Dieted their
$101,000 for the iaweia. wfcioh k I practice teaching work. Martha
considered almost their full retail ,Jtt Dixon will reeeire a salary
alue. lit tun .nH Miiiroi n tt.i.ok
The Wanamaker itflraa haiMm-lartiA arailnafaH frAm Ika D,lAm
ing suspicious, cabled ih. Vm.. I Kiir. ...... ..v m
sous in Eurone and wra oaa'
!. LeslIe no 'onger had Sereral other teachera hara been
IKaA. talT nnd other, hare
made br Noel r- Vf. V.i . "aiso resigned, supenntenaent Hug
4 1- ' ' '"""""SlTha nrnh am MnfrnnHn a. Q..
jcaeu. ana a Tiin wo. A.nij t a u
' . . V..,CUI . 1 1 . . .
wu avuvuia u uvv iu Kcurn icacu-1
srs, he said, but to hold the bet
ter and more experienced ones.
The low salary schedule and!
the fact that the teacher can see
no hope for an increase, or at
least a material one, is causing
the progressire ones to seek oth
er jobs, and ln seeking they us
ually find, the superintendent
pointed out earlier ln the day.
Tan, a.K m . 'I "W'V l VUlCt tIUUI UIUK
au uuyoB OI COmialnfriv MmfA. stKaM .11
.fr4fer?ttff "-? '.': ou
t. . inompson. Kngush at Parrish I
had, through a misunderstanding.
signea to cunpete.
.The tournament committee has.
howerer, decided to permit all en
trants to play in the qualifying
round, and then will arrange for
a special dirlsion of play for the
as professionals declare that the election in No-
PORTLAND SEES JIMMIE
Al Smith's Protege Welcomed by
PORTLAND, Ore., July 24.
(AP) Gotham's gay mayor the
irrepressible and debonair Jimmie
Walker ot New York City, arrired
in Portland tonight for three
hours ot rapid-fire entertainment.
Oorernor Patterson, Mayor
Baker and a committee of more
than half a hundred others greet
ed the mayor and his party at the
Mayor Jimmy was just begin
ning to cool oft from his torrid
excursion down the
rember would be what he techni
cally termed a "pushorer" for
Oorernor Alfred E. Smith of the
Mr. Walker's cool silk pajamas
had disappeared since his stop ia
Eugene, where, clad ln them be
addressed a group of perspiring
democrats ; who had gathered at
Jimmie was in more formal at
tire when he reached Portland.
and after brief greetings he and
his party were bundled Into wait
ing automobiles and speeded to
dinner, to be followed by Walker's
turn at the KOW microphone and
a short sightseeing trip around the
city, and then by his departure
An airplane trip to Venus would
cost $1,400,900,000. according to
a scientist's calculation. But there
are places right here ln the United
States where you can spend thlt
much on A racatlon. Roseburg
for recorery of the gems.
iM a . . :
theTnani:.:,it, Junior' high who win Uaci at a
many homea. but . T... 3' c-' Kditn Whltten. phyaical ed-
woman fainted .nd i.. . lueation at Parrish: Echo R.- Bal
es away in an ambulance "lderree physical educAtion at Les-
Wlth Henry Stoudenmeyer con- n Junlor high; Ralph Bailey of
ducting, the band j presented the Ith nior high; Cecile Graham
following' concer I rf , 7and John. W. Thompson of the
i. arch--"Shrhie of ' high school . commercial depart-
Llberty" . . . .Jewell ment. , ,. - .
Tevrt ne "Hymon d or Miss Cecil McKercher of the
i wr7,,w,i. Sjc-Thomae high, school commercial facuUy
lK,nenii na. been transferred, to the Engl
lr.CIm,81,nel" Msh department, and Miss Doro-
4. Popular N-mbeV ' ' Joted
(a) "Bluebirft i. . v r"".f"8 l"u,l7 l P-
(b) Together" -Waltx.
crpal at McXinley. The three ra
I cantries la the high school com
ic) -Did Ton Mean d'tv I11 department are the only
.r esiirai, urertare- "Prin- I ""u axe causing any worry
eess of India" .... .. . wi-tbuprintendentald.
from r-!Tlf Sn . P"ets atat-smea and
trom Carmen ...... RicAtliaari,n. . .
(bl "High ways Are Hannr
Mr- Pnr B. Gingrich. Soloist
Hundreds of tirevaaads oT ter-
soas stood along the route from
thv natioAAl paiaoe, wher the
kaila a . . . . .
:i.ltrwI.T -rf M Twanuy.aaa
1. Comic Opera Selection "Tha I1 to the cemetery and
. . nrefly" . . .rrtml oTlhaiii Ued la
. March . ; v , Jthe procession- followlag the eas-
WestersMtr" . . . . .Klnal6-
awciooias women,.- some of
them carrying hablea aaddled to
their backs, broke through the po
llcv lines o ahower dAlsles and rt
oa. tne oier. ,It was a day of
common people tor whosa Car-
sa was Aimeat aa idol. Kartn.
al moatalag waa rroclalaed and
gorernment offices. sehtiolB af
Buaineas nouses were elosed.
10. Tho Star SaAngled Banner.
CARRAfiZA LAID TO R ESI
MEXICO CITY. July 24. CAP.
i For the second tin in aa masrv
day Mexico City tavday w4tnesaed
on of the saoat lamiareaalro demasv.
straUoao la Jts Utory when the f . rr-
bodr of Oaalala Ru. r "P't Fterarbslm
POSTPONE FLIGHT AGAW
mtains themselves, lakes that twinkle with trout and JSiV
ghing.streams that, chatter an irresiafi&U Wfufi iA I millloa dollars war ai
CZT. wild fbwerain -crtjdiral rrmfimn .. I'1" fUl Jwel-jHdy of CaptAia Emllto Garraaaa,
, . .. . - j M1iHaui-. OB ia groansi taat be-l exicaw good, win filar. lata i
DT CIMV Itira (Vf aaam fa ha.. .L. a.. , a. i. And OAtaJaavf td.a. . I . - . . ... . . . . I
, TO.rt.at good faith, from VnZ4 furL 7' . HOCKTORIX ' IIU
OOled 'ost Be.
You could go shopping
with your eyes shut
YOU could turn your back to the counter and
yet be perfectly sure of getting the things1 you
want. The exact quality of sheeting, of talcum
powder, or candy, or soap, or furniture polish
that you like best is handed to you instantly
when you ask for it by name.
You dont have to look, because you know that
advertised brands will be precisely, the same to
are advertised guaranFees UiaV their quality will
be maintained. Their makers' 'have placid .tiiem-
selves on record. T
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Advertised products are honest products.
the unadvertised things -the ''just-aoooV
and the almost-the-sames that iafe Hkr.ll fr
vary m quality. .
You save money and you ave time "when
make a habit of buying standard gooilss ad-
whit and where to buy
I . 7 I " . twraarr lAfj Bert
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