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PORT! AIMH OFFERS A MARKET
i Jl l LirillL FOR YOUR PRODUCE
B JTHIATILU El
Complete Change Saturday. Adulte, Week
day Matinee, auc; Kvenioge, 40e. ContiDu
1 11 p. m. Children 10 rutin ill timee.
Shipherd's Mineral Springs
HAROLD BAIN, Manager Canon, Waahlngton
An Ideal Winter Resort. Special Winter Ratee.
""H',?":8, 8 L"'al from Portland to Car
fcn, Wash By Auto to Cascade Locka via Co
liinbla Highway. By Auto via the North Bank
Hl&nway. Hotel American Plan, Modern Hotel
Accommodation Bathe Hot Mineral Baths: Cure
or Rheumntlam, Liver, Kidney and Stomach
Ironblee: Bkln Dlseaaca, Hunting and Flihlng.
Ship Your Cream Often
Mutual Creamery Co., Portland
Unyn 1- VrvtA write ua for prlcee and market condltlona on
Ittgt Ot UU11 Veal Hogs, Poultry,
Fruits, Potatoes, Onions, etc
Forty Years In the Same Location.
Wifsfc'"-" E M Wheat Maccaroni Spaghetti Ver-
A OKVStasn ml, -IN M Jl AI-I.-1.-. c- -if r ti n
'rz .. .l 'lV.tt 1 """' nvvuiw niinogoi r tbid til nowuei
,r:w.i:7yKnr.w .,... .r . -
Nliliwiililin nnram BiaTinn. formim, orefrnn.
Hnfpl Tfirllnn Most Homelike Hotel in Portland
iiuici vjaiiLun Popu1ar RatMFire Proof Buildin
Hfn mil WmHnrtnn Vlrtnr Brandt, Prop. Harry Fletcher, Mer.
Pnil Ck lel. Expert examination free-All work guaranteed. Sen
UCul L I U II K 1 1 il pr, w ewcleliee In Complete Overhauling and
SERVICE ANDERSON MAYER CRARAF, MACHINE SHOP
v" waved t New Lanrer Onrm, Kth and Hoyt, Portland
GOOD EATS AT POPULAR PRICES
Reet Room for Ladiea,
111 Waihlngton St. Retween Fifth and Sllth Straata
Do You Want a Job?
Our .MILOYMKNT OK KICK -mtn
our atudrnta. Wa GUARAN
,,.,... . ... ioiirirradutMiiprorTti-nt.
Brick-Ujirif . Plmtf rinf, Tlli'-Sttinf . Auto-Hchnic. Klmricity, Acetylcna Waldinc.
nr.-rnii.i, infliT. ninn.1, in r. nrn nr., rnrrmno, On.
$mi for wr
Free Catalogue Fall
and Winter 1923-24
Tt wltt me ymi mm? wivrt you
want Bhrpilliifd Cnnta, l.atripr Con in,
!( Ilrr Win, Mm klllAWI, Holld Lea
ther (lutirinilfpd MinM, All lnthr
I.firtTlnK", Adiiy nm Coinmrrclnl Wool
t'ihltrwFnr, All-Won) Hut, ltubbr
Pint, nnd npnuln (), T. Wnn Army
Wantum. H iiHfuchun Uuaranieed or
Hamauutimg. Ruttona Covered.
16JH Tenth St., Portland
Fit Methods to Follow
in Production of Cream
Since at the present time, our farm
er who are mil Icing a few good dairy
cowe, are generally better fixed, finan
cially, than those following almost any
other line, It seems that we should
pay particular attention to the han
dling of the product, that It may t
put on the market in the best condi
tion possible and thereby bring to
Methods which will aid In produc
ing a good product :
Keep the barn and cows clean. Re
move manure from stable twice dally.
Wipe udder and flanks with a damp
cloth, before milking.
Milk with dry hands, Into small
top milk pall.
Separate while warm, to Insure lees
waste in the sklmmtlk.
Wash separator thoroughly after
each separation. Use a brush rather
than a rag. First use warm water
and washing powder, then scald sui
Do not separate Into yesse! contain
ing the cooled cream. Cool freanly
separated cream before adding It to
Stir cream thoroughly every time
fresh supply la added, using a etlr
rer manufactured for the purpose.
A cooling tank should be on every
farm. Bun the water pumped for
live stock through the cream tank
and then into the stock tank.
Keep cooled cream In a sanitary
place which Is cooL sanitary, free
from odors and well aired.
Cream should be delivered to mar
ket at least three times a week In
summer and twice in winter.
Cream should not be allowed to
freeze. L. K. Crowe, assistant profes
sor, animal husbandry, Colorado Ag
t' Ili.it ht-Mrte better
i CHARGES REASONABLE
n- ti n
1)9 Third St
P0RTI.ASI1, . 0RECON
EVAN G. HOUSEMAN
Electronic Method of ADRAMS
New Pacific Northwest Pocket Map
The Union lVlflc hu Just rwoived
from the prc I hrw pntCf t edition in
orxed map of the Pacific Northwest,
which ta prrrai the rtioft complete
and ronvrnk'til mp of Oregon and
WtahmirUin twr pulMcd, A enpy
ill he tent free to any eiHrr 1 f W m.
Wcllurray, GcdtiI l'iwnirer Agent,
Tittnrk HWk, Portland. Urignn. upon
receipt of riitirt rartl or letter.
Sanitary Beauty Parlora We fit roa
we make all kmria of Hair OimHa of
eombinga. nln our Svhool of Heaiey Onlttira,
oo to 414 Deknm Bidg, Paoaa Broadway
MOLER BARBER COULEOE-
Teathea trade In a bi. Snna mt
while learning. Poaltlona aecured. Writ
or catalogue. U4 iiurnald atreet. Port-
BBAZTNO, WEI.DIMO ft OUTTIKO
NorthwMt Wnitiitu k Supply Co., fli tat St.
Virry if Lonelr; trtnat nfrntfnl "Homi
Hr , nunur)n rirn: ertnnrifntiM: rli-
lhl; Tfirg tltrlnitl rtssfrlntinas vu
"Th Ruproofnl Club,"' Mrt. Nuk, Box
CLEANING AND DYEING
For ffiiahl) nr.n and Dy
inr Ifrvir arnd parrla to us.
VV pat murn po.tir. Inform
ation and prtcoa f ivn upon r-
ENKE 8 CITY DYR WORK
ElUbh,nd IWO. 1'nrtL.n.l, l.r.
GOING TO BUILD?
Wa hava hnnrlrwlfl of plana at llft.on and up. 5Vn4
tt a kftr h of th noma you want and wm will auh
mit wmilar pwtrniMi pltkim. No oolisaitoa a-pt
tsj rvturn pmnn w am iuiudw,
O. M. A K E R S
rwenlngaad Praftlng, Ull-U Couch Building.
Brass Letters on Cana
Will Prevent Much Loss
When the owner's Initials or num
ber Is painted on his cream cans, tbey
have to be remarked frequently,
the marks become dim, due to wash
ing and shipping. In order to avoid
this I solder brass tetters to the slop
ing part of the ran. Just below the
neck, writes W. II. Tuylor of Mis
souri In the Rural New Yorker. Cop
per or brass letters can usually be pur
chased at the variety stores, but If
Save 25 to 50 Per Cent
Oa MirlMing ViieH.1, IMte ftner. Mate.
Virel. Ul. U. N!. Wuiglea, lr.
lMi. ami rimhi New and
frewal IUK4. Ml "U.n I'nmrl.r
llOUN WlllXlilSd CUSfllll.TTlUN CO.
0eTrt.l'"lll"ll-. Pwrtlawl, Qra.
cuFnowsB" rwt dmioss
liathe Btei. I'.mu, li! lliinua Si.
Set of CQ.OO
Wa auarvntw matrlJ
PainlMM ntrartion of
t-th. h. J tnit In
tha tarn toraiion. IV H DKNl llSl iH, lUVa W ssb-
inaiva cor. ecnd, turttsnd. urtwon.
r' , "f ' t
V' tHffl aur wwkly mtrun eaOa
Vi-flnftMia, N-v. lift. If ymi hvt aitv
IMrj to rod-ten In bw, nt'il". rant,
ha)ftii ar ..fti, nn (firm mitkmnt.
)w run ship ilr1 lo lh Xufh I'lrtiaml
)(nra M'lU ('"mrnpy. VH. wrila or
.ion' hmw Mil. anl 1 ftva you
brni-l itsxiil'ti Nmih 'ort;Ar4 llbrsa
COtTTA SKDANS, TOITWNCS, ROADSTKR3
Laayleftna t aed tnril Hotight and bwla
FAKNIIAM WILLIAM. INC.,
Vievt Sule ITwo Storael rtat Hide.
t Nor. Ilia 8k and til Grand Avow Portland.
VJt Specialize Id
Hate, Ml M Wnif, TiFw, CiKiri,
OtriN tig! Krt Cttl Sluu, Bene Hair
Unufor ftni't Tan t ItM Pnee LM
Portland Nioe 4 Woot Co.
IN (KM Mill Kit, WW WKa.
HraiKt al I ntel, luhe
CLASSES WILL SAVE YOUR EYES
a aw Karart fitting al lowawt prlr. All
11 . .trie, of (ilaaaMa. Lenaea duplicated
L from broken pterea. Mall In your bro
ken glaaaea. hatinfartion tiuaranlama.
Dv. A. e. ii'intita, xu rirat bu, raruand. ura.
BUY THE B3T HORSE COLLAR MADE
All long: rye at raw atuffed.
Inalat on havli.t: tha collar
with (ha "Hah' LabcL If
your dealer doea not handle
thla brand collar, writs to us
P. IHARKIV A SON
M Union Av., Portland, Ore.
North Portland Home Mill Co. will
hold weekly audlon aaiea at tha I ninn
HlotKyarda, o!n rorliana. eacn w awi
ree.lay at one o'clork. If !ou have any.
thing to aeii in hnreea, muiaa or mili-h
roar, or hameeo and wagotia, -oul4
ta glad to aollrlt your huaineaa, as we
are aiwaya m laurn wim Luyera.
Brsss Lettering on Milk Can.
not to be obtained they can bo cut
from a piece of sheet brass or copper
with a pair of tinner's shears and at
narrow chisel. Letters or figures made
of aluminum will not do, as they are
very difficult to snider. Cans so
marked can always be easily Identi
fied and thus log will be prevented.
The lids should be stenciled or marked
irNO TODAY tee
(HI I. ba teeuleine
ff. I.I reellea aka aW I
ruMMtelaad rear tea.
CHAS.J. DEAN. M.D
l as M mmmos Mnp.of oesj
Clvaaamapth GtldfnaT fin.
l.a t Sard ar eof t-ervod
ko Ann CREASE OR
1)1 a r.
Ynar dniggiet ha H. ff
Hot, eeM ua etamc-e.
fee afMe-yaaiad rakag
Dairy Cow Is Necessity,
Claims Florida Expert
"As feed prices mtlnuo to soar, and
the price of Isnd Increases, so will the
dairy cow replace to a very large ex
tent the beef steer, the sheep, and tne
pig as a producer of humun food." aaya
John M. Scott of the L'nlTentlty of
Florida experiment station. "And
about the only rival the dairy cow ba
Is the busy hen."
The dairy cow and the hen are the
only two fsrm animals that produce
good, nourishing fond day after day,
whan properly cared for. They pro
vide foods tbst sre Indispensable in
"What is home without milk and
eggsr asks Mr. Scott. These Items
enter so largely Into the preparation
of food for the family, the cow mean
ing life Itself to thousands of chil
"We owe the cow snd the hen a debt
that can be pnld only by giving them
the very beat of care that they may
produce the maximum amount of
food," says Mr. Sroit. And neltlier of
thean sre now receiving the attention
Uiat will he theirs when their full
value ta reallged.
Study Science of Roads
in Elementary Schools
The automobile Industry Is showing
more than ordinary Interest In a bul
letin Just issued by the bureau of edu
cation. Department of the interior, en
titled "Muin Strr-ts of the Nation,"
and Intended as a atudy of projects
on highway trunk-port for elementary
Prepared by Florence C. Fox, spe
cialist In education systems for the
United States government, It will par
ticularly appeul to the children be
oause their lives are very close to the
laihwny question; good roads playing
an increasingly Important part In
every child's experience.
The bulletin shows the remnrknbly
Interesting and pructlcal lessons which
have been worked out for elementary
grades. In arithmetic, for exuinple, a
lucsUou such t thla Is naked : "If the
railroad fare from New iork iu buu
Francisco Is $1:18.18, how much more,
or less, will It cost to motor through
the Lincoln highway than to go by
train?" The solution Involves prob
lems In the cost of gasoline, the wear
and tear of the machine, and the day's
ltving expense en route, as compared
with the cost of travel.
In the geography department Inter
esting lessons are presented which af
ford Imaginary Journeys over the
country's great hlghwaya. Important
cities are located on the way, and
brief essays written about the nutlonul
points of Interest In passing. The bul
letin gives In great detail bow sucu
lessons may be prepared.
Problems In simple science are
brought out by a study of road build
ing, drainage and grading. Lessons
In civics are exceptionally Interesting
and these Include problems on financ
ing; how to obtain a right of way;
how bond Issues sre cared for, etc.
An Important lesson deals with the
safety question. Every parent is In
terested In this, and the work In
volved cannot fall to be of help and
practical use to the young student in
the face of the crowded streets and
I IN BRIEF.
Seattle. John D. Carmody, who
has been deputy prosecutor of King
county for eight years, resigned Sat
urday and announced that he would
enter private practice January 2.
Olympla. Following correction of
ranserlpt of proceedings, the first
$15,000 of bonds of the Kelso school
district, Cowlitz county, as the fhot
block of $40,000 authorized, have been
J RATTF.RIF.S &m
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ORKOON BATTERY CO.
46 Grand Avenue. Phone, Lust 1000.
Captain Stay at Wheel When Veasel Goea Down
r,uffiilo,-Tlie !" Craig ss
;rsmined mil wtii In H' Maw rlr
K'Ptlle the Orand frr ln4
'lr, liy toe iimhwMP ' Kr
'wr.M , , ,
i fapUH rmnk K'" ' To"'
eir,i, Hurt l lr, Mi WM,,
dn !( hit Mp i"fl ! ug
hetlrd 0' t from II" H"!"- "nw
Hloief, firm, ami I" Kmpn. w1'
iser, re reward by Ids fernrbost
Long, Captain U,oekr g body was
The Zlllnh. lug-led alin lumber and
towing the bora Uingn, was shout to
psag a I ne lo the Lra!g when the tug
ran uneijiectrdly ender her bow. The
Cm J ne rannne.l on the port aide
anr) went down liiimrdtstvlr.
Plvere sre stte,nptlng to recover
Captain HoDtker's body from the pilot
Diseases of Fowls.
When a fowl sneezes, water llgbt-
ly at the eyes snd noetrlls, and the face
puffs up, this Indicates a common cold.
When accompanied by a rattling In the
throat, the trouble Is bronchitis. Diffi
cult breathing Indicates pneumonia
Canker in the mouth means dlphtherlav.
When Duck CgS Don't Hatch.
When the eggs from a certain pen of
ducks do not hatch well, the trouble
often may be corrected by changing the
male to another pen or by Introducing
a new lesder.
Wisconsin Will Renumber
All Its Trunk Highways
Immediately following a conference
of the special legislative committee,
.nrmlntarl to aelect 2.AOO additional
miles to ti e state trunk nignwuys, iu-
.lainn anai.ieera and the state nign.
.r .u.ialon commission to determine
finally what rouds are to be added,
ki.hwx arna.-ta will beicln work on the
nun nana tusU of renumbering all of
Wisconsin's trunk highway system.
Almost every trunk nignway in me
.ft -ill have to be renumbered to
conform with tlio additions made by
the special leglslutlte committee.
Under Hm new nslem there will be
fewer short highways and more long
highways, with several numoers over-
lanulna each other on the mum trav
eltHl through routes.
Wherever it Is possible, highwsy ex;
eM. win tiint routes direct from Im
portant centers. There wm do aa
change, however. In tne system or
plan of marking the trunk nignway
ah hlchwaa mans are to be reprint
d nnrt raviacd following the new al
location of nisln hlghwsys, but this
will probably not come until ihio m
. anrinr It will make main routes
eealer to follow, for it will not be nee-
easary to switch off from one highway
tea tha next on a long lourney. Motor
ists will be able to enter the state
on one highway and follow thnt clear
through the stats or to their destina
Lartre Mileage Is Added
to Federal-Aid Highways
(Prspsrad by tha United tVata Dopartmanl
Federsl-ald roads totaling 8.820
miles were completed during the fiscal
year ending June 30, 10-3, bringing
the totsl of federal aid roads com
pleted to 20,530 miles. The mileage
completed during the year is ciaasiueu
Oraelad and drained ..
etlcumlnoua concrete .
The projects under construction at
the flo?s of the year amounted
to 14,772 miles und were estimated
at 65 P'r cent complete. In addition
to the 215,536 miles completed snd the
14,772 miles under construction there
were st the close of ths year a num
ber of projects spproved but not yet
placed under construction, the aggre
gate Iengtbof whlrh. was 6,017 miles.
Scheme of Texas Farmers
for Building Good Roads
A settlement of wlde-swake farm
ere near Lindsay, Tex., hare a scheme
for rosd building. On one fsrmer's
place Is s grsvel pit that furnishes
good grsvel In abundance. This fsrm
er furnishes free tke grsvel for road-
building purposes, while the other
farmers grsils up the roadbeds snd
do the graveling, then the work Is
completed it hasn't tout anything ex
cept a little time and labor, and there
are no taxes to par.
Love of Argument.
Why Is betting an almost exclu
sively masculine habit?" an exchange
Inquires, and a cynical correspondent
answers: "Men choose betting as a
means of stopping aa argument; wom
en never want an argument stopped."
Walla Walla Nineteen twenty-three
la drawing to a close evidently with
ho Intention of leaving something for
192-1, because the heaviest snow of the
year began falling Sunday morning.
Olympla. Edmund Chappell, appel
lant who was cut off with only $2000
by a will of his father, who left an es
tate of $681,000, will not lose his be
quest becauso he contested the will,
according to a decision of the state su
preme court reversing the Judgment of
the King county court.
Aberdeen. The Westport and Toke-
land highways, obliterated by sand
from the beach during the big storm
of Christmas morning, are practically
cleared. The two roads, which Join
about two miles Bouth of Westport,
were covered with from two to three
feet of sand for a distance of more
than 400 feet.
Seattle. A mileage rate for em
ployes using their own cars on school
business has been fixed by the Seattle
school board. Fifteen dollars a month
for tho first 150 miles and six cents a
mile for any travel In excess of that
distance was allowed with no allow
ance made for travel from home to of
fice or schools.
Kelso. One of a pair of valuable
Alaska blue fox, belonging to C F.
Klctsch, president of the Alaska lilue
Fox company, which escaped from a
pen in south Kelso, has been killed and
the pelt stolen. The other animal has
been recovered. Mr. Klctsch had re
ceived an offer of $450 for the pair and
the pelt is worth about $125.
Centratla. E. C. Flssel, Lewis coun
ty coroner, announced Saturday that
an autopsy performed on the body of
an Infant found a week ngo on the
banks of the Skookumchuck river, Just
north of the Ccntralla city limits, In
dicated that the child had been slain.
Tho sheriffs .office has taken charge
of the case, the coroner said.
Olympla. Efforts are being made by
Washington's delegation In congress
to get a measure through this session
to permit tho construction by the
greater Wenatchee reclamation dl
trlct of an Irrigation pipe line bridge
across tho Columbia river, according
to word received by the stntn supervi
sor of hydraulics, Marvin Chase.
Chchalls. Tho Hill Itgglng com
pnny, owned principally by Portland
capitalists, and with Chchalls as lis
principal place of business, has i" lied a
petition In the superior court here to
bo dissolved. lis properties have all
been disposed of and other Itilerrsts
closed out. C. C. Woodcock Is presi
dent and A. I'. KJawl Is seereiary of
Olympla. Largest stnlo limber sale
In the history of Washington Is sched
uled for Tuesday, February 5, with
timber of tho appraised vuluo of $000,
4 10.23 being offered, according to re
port of Slate iJind Commissioner 8v
Idge. In addition there Is offered $10,
226.55 worth of uplands nnd tldelands
appraised at $40,264.17. Total ap
praised value Is $681,006.95.
Olympla. Latest development In the
fight shaping up for the hydro-i h clrlc
power rights on the Wynnochce river,
In which tho rlty of Aberdeen and the
(Jrays Harbor Hallway aV Light com
pany of Aberdeen are, tho chief con
tenders, is the application of the latter
company to tho federal power commis
sion for rights on the river within the
Olympic national forest.
Olympla. Lester Ilrook of Olympla,
who lives at the Woodcrest apart
ments, was taken to C'hchiills Sutur
day under arrest, charged wllh being
Implicated In the holdup near Doly on
Thursday night. In which a section
gang was robtu'd In their bunkhoime
by three men. The men v- era tied, but
one of them got loose and opener fire
on the robin rs, who fl-l with about
$40 In raxh, two watches and S'vernl
Vancouver. A proposed new build
ing to be erected by the United Slates
bureau of roads on tho military res
ervation south of Fifth street will cut
off a corner of the old Hudson bay
stockade site, according to recent sur
vey made by officers of the post, A
memorial has been presented to con
gress asking that an appropriation be
madi to restore ths old storksds In the
original form by 1S25, when the cen
tenary of the settlement of Vancouver
w ill be celebrated.
The man who Is ready to give pledge
that the opinion he will hold tomorrow
will be precisely the opinion he holds
today has either thought very little,
or to little purpose, or has resolved
to quit thinking altogether. Helen
The Nuisance In the Triangle.
A Georgia Judge says tho only safo
"triangle" for a man to get mixed
up with Is a wife, a pipe mid a dog.
That's all right, and we tried it out
once, but for tho sake of poaco we
had to got rid of tho dog. Dotroit
Opinion Held by Too Many.
"Something ought to ho done about
everything," said an ironic philoso
pher. But whnt accounts for so many
thinking they are Hamlets and ex
claiming with hlin: "Tho time Is out
of Joint. O, cursed spite, that I was
born to set It right."
Two Kinds of Polygons.
A portion of a plane bounded by a
broken line Is called a polygon, or, In
other words a many-sided figure. A
polygon that hns all Us shies and all
Its angles equal is known as a regular
polygon. Trlungles, squares, hexagons,
etc., aio polygons.
Why, of Course.
A young woman In distress writes:
We sent out sixty wedding Invita
tions and only nltio presents have been
received. What Bhall we do?" How
unresourccful you young pooplo are!
Get busy and rush out a follow-up let
Tends Toward Development.
To bo thrown on ono's own re
sources Is to bo cast on tho very lap of
fortune; for our faculties undergo a
development, nnd display nn energy
of which they were previously unsus
Not Able to Function.
Chivalry may not bo dead, but there
are times In elevators, trolley cars
and other' places of public resort
when It tppcars to bo In a comatose
Near East Folk Lore.
In the Nenr EaBt among pooplo who
have llttlo book learning folk loro has
a wldo circulation. It camo down
through many generations and tho
proverbs guthercd In the centuries re
floct much of tho anclont philosophy
and cynicism of tho Orient.
It Can't Be Done.
Ilecauso olio hns seen a hundred of
the liarades. celchrutlons and great
doings of life, ho should not bclllllo
them ond discourage thoso who have
seen hut few; nnywny, ho can't.
Stray Bits of Wisdom.
Every tiny U a girt I receive from
heaven; let us enjoy today Hint which
It bestows on mo. It belongs not morn
to tho young limn lo me, and tomorrow
belongs to no onn. Munrrulx.
Things Men Like.
What Is back of all these acquaint
ance stunts, tho smllo ami liiuuhler
provoking games, anil this everlasting
singing? Men llko stunts, men lilco to
play, men llko to smllo ami laugh,
and mnn like to sing.--Joseph A.
The English Lsnguage.
Tho English lungungn Is said lo con
sist of 700,000 words, but m arly half
sro utthcr obsolete or scientific, s-l.
dom used In renvoi sal Ion. It has b"cn
calculated that nine tenths of our
words sro of Kuxon origin,
Fighting Rats In London Subways.
Huts urn fought relenlh-ssly on
London's underground railway; when
ono la seen speclul rat catchers hp
sent after It. Tho nils eoine out for
tho grcaso on tha rails. London Answers.
m $andadlnavfyd'psirt-t'ntnl houw. U
I kcaplnc. Kiuallv (food for tow. hla f
H litMHi, aharia and utlU'W rmmr:
Are ha Saliafied? K,Wtttl.!u
IS tha blggeat, moat perfertly ag'tlftied
Hualnean 7i raining h-hMl In the Norta-
eat. Kit yoilraelf far a higher pi.e!t.in
with mora mnney I'erinaneiit pietUoDe
aaaoreit our iir-Mjoatea
Writ, fur aattaioe guuftij Sliu lamlii:
P. N, U.
No. 1, 1924