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Tht OHCGON STATESMAN. Salcn Oregon, Saturday Morning, Ifarch 8, 1323
The wedding of Miss ' Haxel
Emogene Pro, daughter of Mrs.
George L. Pro to Charles rwlght
Hulings Friday at 4 o'clock in the
Jason Lee Methodist church was
a pretty Tent.
The church Interior was beauti
fully arranged with potted fern,
woodwardia fern, and pink and
white carnations, and heather all
of which formed an Imprersive
background for the simple single
ring ceremony, read by Itev. Har
ry E. Gardner before only imme
diate relatives and friends. Be
fore the ceremony. Mrs. Dorothy
Perrine of Roseburg tang "AM for
Me" and "I Love You .Truly" ac
companied by Miss Frances Gra
ham. Miss Pro was dressed in her go
ing away ensemble of brown and
carried an arm bouquet of but-
"'i' viuicis, pin It swwi-
anu ui lc vaiiKy. rne
was attended hy her sister, Miss
Margaret Pro, in a dark blue
traveling suit and carried violets.
George Poor was best man.
The wfdilintr nartv unlorsi ths
church to the strains of a wed
ding march played by Miss Lou
vera Horn. At the close of the
ceremony (he wedding party were
received in a pretty informal re
ception at the home of Mr. and
Mrs, George L. pro.
The pro home was attractively
decorated with daffodils, carna
tions and hyacinths and pink ta
per! to carry out the color scheme
of pink and white.
Assisting Mrs. Pro at the recep
Hon were Mrs. Htliel riiUtron
Miss Wilroa Horn, and Miss Cecil
Gilstrap. The bride cut the wed
Miss Katheryn Young accom
panied by Miss Lou vera Horn was
aoloist for the reception.
; Out of town guests were Mrs.
' Miss Alma Rhodes, Miss Alice
Claxton. and Arthur VdofPru all
Mrs. Hulings graduated from
Salem high school last year and
has been a popular member of
the vnntippr K0t In QiUm fur
n . - t , 1 1 vt
some time. Mr. Hulings is from
Rutherford, Xew Jersey, He is
now an engineer with R. C. A.
photophone company in Oregon.
After a few days spent in the
north, Mr. and Mrs. Hulings will
Make their home in Portland.
One of the most attractive' so
cial functions of the season was
the meeting of the Tuesday bridge
club this week at the home of
Mrs. D. R. Riddell. Bridge was
in play at four tables, honors go
ing to Mrs. B. F. Butler and Mrs.
James Gentle. The guest prize
was won by Mrs. J. B. Lorence.
- Spring flowers made" the rooms
attractive, and a delicious late af
ternoon luncheon was served.
Present were Mrs. Delmer R.
Dewey. Mrs. Fred Hill, Mrs. E. C.
Cole, Mrs. James ' Gentle, Mrs.
Velma Smith, Mrs. A. E. Teth
erow, Mrs. A. F. Courtner. Mrs.
Leighton Smith, Mrs. Mina Cor
nelius, Mrs. Larry Wolfe, Mrs.
Homer Dodds, Mrs. B. F. Butler,
Mrs. John J. Fuller, Mrs. O. C.
Christensen, Mrs. J. B. Lorence
r.nd Mrs. H. W. Morlan, and the
hostess, Mrs. Riddell.
V 1 i m a
nour liud meets
Monmouth Mrs. O. C.
Hour club Wednesday afternoon
, mi me lormer s nome. a targe
attendance enjoyed the delightful
. iuur wuicu was irmarea oy a
creations, given by Miss Alabama
Brenton. head of the art deDart-
ftehool; and a clever reading de
tailing toe origin of humorous im-
- tn:i3vuivu3. uv van luuiuussen.
senior student of the Normal.
vwvui O uvqio WV0 1H13, VillllDl"
ensen's mother. Mrs. Jensen, and
sister. Miss Frances Jenen.
Refreshments were served at
close ofthe program hour.
Hazel flrpon RlaHvne mil
. friends had a shower for Mrs.
dward Hashlebacher at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hashlebach
r,' Sr., Thursday afternoon. There
North Howell, Mrs. Shar of Pra
tum, Mrs. William Rickman, Mrs.
Fred Kobow of Claxter. From
roraana were Mrs. a. Ericsson,
Miss unce sncuoa, Airs. Jonn
Ericksoa, Mrs. Albert Erickson,
- - aaivw r wu-un-t IMiiyu
Mettley and Mrs, Reed. Haxel
uiccu tuts, were nn. a. xvj-
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V lira: A. T. Duda, Mrs. . Loots
m w am jsa uim - lai r iaaaa a va a- iiiiibi
refreshments were serred to Sin.
a cu nasuicuBcuer. or.. anu
. daughter,. Miss Sophhi, land Mrs
VO What . is thn most cnllahle
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wraps are also suiuhie. waen
;"tSe : greatest ' . iimplklty; ; for.
flashy, over-trim med - dresses are
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4a-. certain number of friends. .
v. is u eyer proper 10 grre a
I dinner when ' one has bo serrant?
sA.T.!;Dlnner where there,
is no . maid are often . moza enjoy
able than elaborate affairs.
Z-i By ROBERTA LEE
News and Club
Ouve M. DOAK.
Salem Woman's club, clubhouse, 2 o'clock board meet
ing; 2:30 o'clock business meeting; 3 o'clock program. Mrs.
Sadie Orr Dunbar speaker.
L. T. L. club, 2:30 o'clock, First Methodist church; elec
tion of officers.
Camp Fire girls, Grand council fire, Unitarian church,
Mrs. i4. Chase
Is Made New
Mrs. L. A. Chase was made
preBldent of the Englewood Com
munity club at its meeting Friday
afternoon. Other officers elected
were Mrs. J. C. Hill, vice presi
dent; Mrs. E. A. Collin, secretary-treasurer.
An interesting and hlgfcly in
structive lecture was given by
Miss Nye of the P. E. P. com
pany concerning the history of
cooking. At the tea hour Miss
Nye assisted Mrs. J. C. Hill, and
Mrs. Herbert Ryan, hostesses.
making cocoanut- waffles. Small
j maids in St. Patrick's costumes
assisted in serving.
! Hubbard Bride
Hubbard. Mrs. Melba John
son (Melba Whitney), a recent
bride, was honored with a gift
shower at the nodal hour follow
ing the regular meeting of the
Pythian sisters Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson were per
suaded to carry out plans for a
mock wedding with Mrs. Susie
Ott, the minister who officiated,
Mrs. Meta Friend, the ring bear
er and Mrs. Ruth Stauffer and
Mrs. Margaret McMannls the
train bearers. The wedding
march was played by Miss Anita
Beavens. A vocal solo was sung
by Mrs. Ella Satuffer and Mrs.
Ruth Stauffer gave a reading.
At the business session it was
decided that the Pythian sisters
would accept the invitation to
serve dinner at the Rebekah con
vention which is to be held in
Hubbard next month. The follow
ing committee will be in charge,
Mrs. Ella Stauffer, Mrs. Nellie
McLaughlin, Miss Orva Barrett,
; Miss Anita Beavens, Mrs. Minnie
j Kocher, and Mrs. Kathryn Will.
j Refreshments were served at
I the close of the evening.
j Guests present were Mr. and
I Mrs. Percy Ottaway. Mr. and Mrs.
j Fred Schnlder. Mrs. William
Wooster, Mrs. Zena Schwab and
Mr?. Reed, all of Aurora.
Mrs. G. E. Ross
! Heads Church Women
A large attendance of the
members of the Council of
Church women took an active in
terest in the election of officers
which was held Friday at the
First Presbyterian church with
Mrs. E. Nissen presiding. Mrs.
G. Ed Ross was elected to the
presidency for the coming year.
Mrs. E. Nisson has been the pres
ident for the past year. Other of
ficers elected were Mrs. Dorothy
McDowell, First Christian church
vice president; Mrs. Clarence
Byrd, American Lutheran church,
secretary; Mrs. T. S. McKenzie,
First Presbyterian church, treas
urer and Mrs. Melvin Johnson,
chairman of the Japanese work.
Election of officers took np
the morning session. Luncheon
was served at noon by members
of the First Presbyterian chureh..
In the afternoon Rev. Niwa gave
his report , concerning hla work
with the Japanese people in and
about Salem. The financial re
port showed satisfactory condi
LaMere Club Is
MerabeTs of the La-Mere club
were delightfully entertained at
one o'clock luncheon at the home
of Mrs, Ed. Shunke, with Mrs.
Shunke and Mrs. Floyd while as
The luncheon table was center
ed with a bowj of daffodils and
yellow tapers. Dainty favors
marked covers for Mrs. W. J. Nel
son, Mrs. B. J. Eilers, Mrs. Earl
Greeg. Mrs. M. R. Irish, Mrs. E.
H. Hingenheimer, Mrs. K. H.
Pickens, Mrs. Wilmer McLaren,
Mrs. F. H. Struble, Mrs. Carl Hn
ber and the hostesses, Mrs. White
and Mrs. Shunke.
Pleasant View The Pleasant
View W. C. T. U. held its regular
monthly, all day, meeting, Wed
nesday, March 5, with Mrs. John
Schilling as hostess.
The day was spent in quilting
on a butterfly quilt made of large
blue colored butterflies fastened
on to white muslin with, a button
At two o'cloek p. m., the reg
ular business session was held
transacting the usual routine- of
Those present were: Mesdames
Carolina Draeger, Bertha Booth,
Aliee Luke, Johanna ' Fliflet,
Frances Whitehead, Hazel Morris,
Mae Cook, Anna Kunke, Eva
Cummings. Eula Hennis, Rosa
Norris, Jennie Farr, Lucinda An
derson, Nettie Morris, Margaret
Miller, Elizabeth Hennis, Anna
Cook-, Florence Stockman, Ltddla
Schifferer, Reba Russell, Mary
Schlfferer, Lora Morris, Mary
Standley, Viola Cook. Charles
Standley and Miss Lois Robert
son. Hazel Green. he Women's
Missionary association will meet
for its 'monthly program and an-
nual business meeting at Mrs. .J.
. - . rrt .
stndy subject is "The Unfinished
Task-," "using the fifth chapter of
study book "Jerusalem to Jem-
salem." Mrs. C. A. Van Cleave
Is the leader.
Members of the Camp Fire girls
are having a grand council fire
meeting at the Unitarian church
Saturday evening at 7 o'clock,
will an three groups participating.
Salem Women Assist
ZENA Thirty members and
visitors were present Wednesday
when the winning group In the
attendance contest of the Spring
Valley Missionary society were
guests of the losing group at th
home of Mrs. W. W. Henry. Mrs.
W. N. Crawford and Mrs. Ralph
H. Scott were leaders of the win
ning and losing groups, respect
ively. The St. Patrick day motif was
carried out in the guest rooms
with tiny green hats and green
tapers in silver holders. Violets
in a low bowl lent a springlike
atmosphere. Mrs. L. O. Clement,
president of the missionary soci
ety of the First Presbyterian
church of Salem, led the devo
tionals which were in keeping
with the week of prayer. As
Wednesday was the last meeting
of the Spring Valley missionary
society for the year, Mrs. Ralph
H. Scott in charge of music gave
a synopsis of her work for the
year. Mrs. R. A. Klein, of Salem,
who has charge of literature in
the First Presbyterian mission
ary society told of what their so
ciety has done for the year and
spoke of the work Gertrude
Aiken Is doing at Chemawa. She
also spoke of the Japanese mis
sion at Lake Lablsh.
Mrs. W. W. Henry, secretary,
read the minutes and Mrs. V. L.
Gibson, treasurer, gave the year
Mrs. D. R. Ruble of Lincoln, a
former member of the Spring
Valley Missionary society, pre
sented the members With a beau
tiful quilt top which was made
by her. Mrs. Ralph H. Scott was
appointed as a delegate to attend
the Presbyterial. March 13 and
14. Mrs. W. W. Emmons of Sa
lem First Presbyterian Mission
ary society, installed the newly
Officers are: Mrs. Charles Mc
Carter,4 prescient; Mrs. W.
Frank Crawford, vice-president;
Mrs. D. N. Hendricks secretary,
r.nd Mrs V. L. Gibson, treasurer.
The April meeting will be held
at the home of Mrs. Roy E. Bar
The St. Patrick idea predomin
ated in the arrangements of the
dainty lunch served the guests.
The guest list included as vis
itors from the First Presbyterian
Mrs. L. O. Clement Mrs. J. Walling
Mrs. I. M. PurvlneMrs. W. T. Craw
Mrs. R. A. Klein ford
Mrs. A. V. Marcus Mrs A. Mod sen
Mrs. S. H. Board-Mrs. R. E. Barker
"i?". MrB- T- J- Merrick
Mra E. E. Umr Mrs. D. N. Hen
Mrs. W. W. Em- drlcka
Dions Mra V TCInu.
Mrs. D. R. Ruble Mi as Irene Windsor
of Lincoln Mrs. J. Childers
Mrs. Grace Child-Mrs. J. D. Walllnic
era of Spring Val-Mra. S. D. Craw-
Mrs. Sarah Pat-Mrs. J. F. Purvlne
rick of Salem Mrs. C. Purvlne.
Mr. A. U Kmton Mra U T. Mat
Mrs. V. L. Gibson thews
Mrs. Charles Mc-Mra W m rv. .
Mrs. W. W. Henry and
aira. ii. 11. scott
Mrs. Albert Bradford and Mrs.
Mervin Fldler were hostesses
members of their Wednesday af
ternoon bride dub at the home
of Mrs. Mervin Fldler. High
score for the afternoon of playing
went to Mrs. Harry Kroner.
Guests present were Mrs. Alvln
Marr. Mrs. Ralph Mase, Mrs. Har
old Baulig, Mrs. Harry Kroner.
Ms. Reed Carter, Mrs. Edwin Eby,
Mrs. iyier urown, Mrs. Carl All
port, Mrs. Albert Badford, and
Mrs. Mervin Fidler.
Mrs. Alvln Marr and Mrs.
Ralph Mase will be hostesses at
the Mase home April 2.
Guild Will Meet
The march meeting of the Lu
theran Ladies guild will he held
in the church parlors Wednesday
anernoon at z o clock. Hostesses
for the afternoon will be Mrs. Ma
rie Beilzer, Mrs. G. Ostrin, and
Mrs. W. C. Clare. Mrs. Richard
C Arpke, president, will preside.
For the program. Dr. G. H.
Hillerman of Long View will
speak and Mrs. J. Albert Sholseth
will be soloist for the afternoon.
Miss Virginia Page recently re
turned from the east where she
was in school, was operated upon
for appendicitis Monday at the
Salem General hospital. She is re
ported as progressing satisfactor
ily. ufo Bd ravage health. At the first
eold gently but sorely S ways at ones
li Checks fever., .i Opens bowels,
o griping... z Tone system,
saenrv.Tedar nUTaia intbe
cabinet in bom tha a snillis-s
that AnnV lan wkat a had eeU 1
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Alpha Phi Alpha
The Alpha' Phi Alpha sorority
held its formal . initiatory ban
quet in compliment to its new
members Friday night at the Spa
with covers placed for 39 at a
long table centered with baskets
of daffodils and yellow tapers.
Mrs. George Alden acted as
toastmistress. Those giving re
sponses were Miss Sara Poor for
the seniors: Mlss Helen Curry
for the juniors; Miss Muriel for
the sophomores; and Ming Lulu
Allen for the freshmen.
Honorary members present
were Mrs. W. V. Johnson, Mrs.
Alice Fisher, Mrs. Carl Gregg
Doney and Mrs. Robert M. Gatke.
The initiates for whom the
banquet was given were Miss
Gretchen Mehl, Miss Marian
Burns, Miss Dorothy Rose. Miss
Lulu Allen, Miss Edwyna Broad
bent, Miss Esther McMinnimee
Miss Elaine Cochran, Miss Lucile
Flannery, Miss Louis Plummer,
Miss Constance Fisher and Miss
K. C. K. T. club
Mrs. Roy Rice entertained a
number of the K. C. K. T. club
at her home Thursday. An in
formal social afternoon was spent
and refreshments were served as
a conclusion to a very pleasant
time. Daffodils and forsythla cre
ated a delightful spring atmos
phere about the guest rooms.
Mrs. R. E. Wlmer was a spe
cial guest for the afternoon. Club
members present were Mrs. R. C.
Kreisel, Mrs. E. J. Donnell, Mrs.
Fred Barker, Mrs. Nellie Knox,
Mrs. A. Graber, Mrs. Bert Waller,
Ms. Ray Clark, and son Ronald,
Mrs. Hattie Givens, Mrs. Guy New
gent and daughter. Norma Jean,
Mrs. T. C. Mclntyre, Mrs. Otto
Shellberg, and Mrs. Roy Rice.
Miss Mildred Sexauer enter
tained with an informal evening
of bridge at her home Thursday
evening in compliment to Miss
Ruth Peyton of Portland, who is
a Salem guest for this week. High
score for the evening of cards was
held by Miss Mildred Nye and
Those present were Miss Ruth
Peyton, Miss Mildred Nye, Miss
Elsie Llppe, Miss Margaret Van
valeet, Miss Marian Cupples, Miss
Mildred Sexauer, Herbert Shaffer,
Gordon Bennett, Ellis Whittaker,
Joe Burroughs, Ed Raffety, and
Plans Oregon Program
SILVERTON The Woman's
elub will hold its regular March
meeting Monday afternoon at
the home of Mrsr George Hubbs.
An Oregon program is being
carried out this year In the
Woman's club and two papers
are being given at the Monday
meeting along this line. Mrs. H.
B. Latham will speak on "The
Rivers' of Scenic Oregon", and
Mrs. G. B. Bentson will talk on
"From Feet to Wings." Musical
numbers will include a vocal solo
by Miss Beatrice Booth, musical
monologue by Mrs. P. L. Brown
with Mrs. Gertrude Cameron at
the piano, a violin solo by Ruth
Hnbbs and a vocal solo by Mrs.
Gerrais Miss Mabel Lelth
and John Weisz were married at
Sacred Heart church Tuesday
morning at eight o'clock. Father
A. A. Orth officiating. They were
attended by Miss Rose Leith, sis
ter of the bride, and Paul Reiling.
The Children's choir sang hymns
during the nuptial mass.
A reception and dinner was giv
en at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
William Leith, parents of the
bride, and the newlyweds left
by auto during the afternoon for
a honeymoon trip to California.
On their return they will be at
home to their friends at Gervais.
Stayton Betty Karolyn Kori
nek entertained 20 or more of her
school mates at the Community
club house Wednesday afternoon.
The occasion was her ninth birth
day. The youngsters enjoyed vari
ous games, under the supervision
of Miss Frances Lillis. Dixies,
salted nuts, . C-llcioua birthday
cakes and punch were served. Mrs.
Ed Alexander and Mrs. Glen Fox
asslsCed Mrs. Korinek. Betty was
the recipient of many, nice gifts.
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Mar. lltta to. 15th .
Free A ticket wrQI be g
wkli- each ; pair- of GOTHA3I
GOLD STRIPE HOSE par
chased darbag tbe 4 days
the: specialty shop;
j (Miss) Reaska L. Swart
? C Senator Hotel Bid: ;
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Unitarian Women '
Hear Miss Covington
Miss Maud Covington gave an
Interesting talk before tbe mem
bers of the Unitarian Woman's
Alliance Friday afternoon when
she reviewed the book "Home
Place" written by Mary-en Chap
man. This tale of mountaineer
life was well received.
At the business meeting - a,
nominating committee for the
election of officers to be held
next month was appointed. This
committee Is Mrs. M. B. Wag
staff, chairman, and Mrs.
Blanche Jones and Mrs. G. H.
At the next luncheon meeting
of the alliance Miss Virginia
Frederick of Boston, secretary
for the young peoples work of
the Unitarian church, 'will be a
special guest. She is making a
tour of tbe coast.
a a a
Hubbard. Mrs. Ella Watson
of Portland, was complimented
at a delightful bridge party Wed
nesday evening by Mrs. Neva Mc
Kenzie. Daffodils were effectively
placed about the living room
where bridge was in play 'till a
late hour when refreshments
were serred. Honors were held
by Mrs. Blanche Brown, Mrs.
Vera Boje and Mrs. Kathryn
Guests present were Mrs. Ella
Stauffer, Mrs. Sadie Scholl, Mrs.
Margaret McMannis. Mrs. Louise
Grimps, Mrs. Blanche Brown, Mrs.
Vera Boje, Mrs. Cora Smith, Mrs.
Anna Stauffer, Mrs. Kathryn
Will. Rebecca Cleaver. Mrs. Maud
Bidgood, and the guest of honor,
Mrs. Ella Watson.
In Oregon Board
To Enforce Law
The Oregon state board of hor
ticulture, after fixing and prom
ulgating official standards for
horticultural products and con
tainers, has authority under the
law to prosecute any person who
misrepresents the grade, classifi
cation, quality or condition of
such products or who uses a non
This was the opinion handed
down by the attorney general
here Friday at the request of the
state board of horticulture. Grad
ing of prunes especially was men
tioned in the letter asking for the
One Now Busy
MILL CITY. March 7 Camp
26 of the Hammond Lumber com
pany opened for the season on
Monday of this week. For two
weeks or more a train has been
run to the camp morning and ev
ening for the convenience of those
who were getting things ready for
the final opening of the camp ac
tivities. All other logging camps
in the vicinity of Mill City and
Detroit were also opened for tbe
summer on Monday.
William Trask Is
Taken This Week
William H. Trask, who had
been in a serious condition for
several weeks, passed away at
his home Monday night. Funeral
service was held in Albany and
interment was beside his daugh
ter, Miss Zoe, who died several
years ago. He was born on the
Trask donation land claim and
was 71 years old. He resided In
the Fox Valley community near
Lyons most of his life. For sev
eral years he conducted a gener
al store in Lyons.
Go on sale today at Miller's
at special purchase price of
115.00. All are sparkllngly
new! All are the new sea
son's authentic modes! And
these are of beautiful qual
ity silk crepe and chiffon In
every printed conceit In
cluding modernistic, splash,
posy, .speed-age, sports and
conventional. (Apparel see-!
tlons main floor).
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Dr. Francis R. Hangar, one of Taft's doctors, telling reporters that
there is practically no hope for the ex-chief justice. William Howard
Taft Is slowly dying, according to the physician's reports. The
ona and daughter of the former President of the United State
arrived to be with him at the end.
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Mr. Joao Pessoa (left) is candidate of the Liberal Party for the
vice-presidency of the Republic of BraziL Mr. Vital Soares, Gov
ernor of the State of Bahia, is the Republican candidate for the
same office. Several casualties have taken place during political
iampaign riots in this South American country, Mr. Mello Vianna.
vice-president of the Republic, having been seriously woundeo
turinr one of the riots.
Reveals Efforts to
Lease Muscle Shoals
W. E. Bell, president of the Amer
ican Cyanamid Company, after he
appeared before the Senate lobby
investigation committee and re
vealed that his company had ex
pended large soma of money in an
effort to lease the Government's
power and nitrate plant at Muscle
Carrying Commuiiism to
B-Ing John Porter, recently released armr de
- serter, high on their shoulders, these Tenement
Ckinunualsta are assembled at iMfSSr
MTLdT,,t WWaB StreetTNe7rVch
Nce the lund banners martrming the New
Bodf .rd, Mass, u who ha. iusted eiS
Gives Up Hope
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Although she has "taken dictation- from him for several years in
the capacity his office secretary the former Miss Olive Ann
Mellor will no longer play a subordinate role, according to Walter
band and wife in Wichita, Kaiu, recently, and are now enjoying
an aerial honeymoon. The groom is president of Travel Air, large
ttJFZZLttlf ,cnpnJ' f41 Pident of the Curtiss-Wrigia
Sales Corporation of New York.
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Over Resort Vice Probe
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Judge Herbert C Bartlett, of Vine
land, N. J., who, as the newly ap-
Itointed special prosecutor of A.t
antic County, will take over th
duties of prosecutor in connectioi
with the probe of alleged -vice ant
graft conditions in Atlantic City
Far-reaching results are expected
to materialise In connecion witl
Four Miles a Minute
Kaye Don, famous English aute-i
mobile racer, will make a desper
ate effort to wrest the world's
speed record from his countryman.
Major Seagrave. The challenger
hopes to attain the unheard-of
speed of four miles a minute over
the sands of Daytona Beach, Fia.
inff IKdeoa fr . Army.
5trJS! 17 Jnteraectioo Broadrsaff- Wall
tSfe-. 'H wai ToTpo3iW to use