The advocate. (Portland, Or.) 19??-19??, June 06, 1931, Page 5, Image 9

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J u n e 6, 1911
bcut un. Tlwre Is no way out c l Oils.
NfcW MINISTER FROM HAITI SETS PRECEDENT BY FR ATERNIZING A T BANQUET
you may prove the value c/ thla
science and have a thort test analysis
/or your tel t without charge
Merely
write a letter, and tend it with a
ttamped. addretted envelope, unit an
extra two-cent itamp to Dr M N.
Hunker, In care 0 / th is paper
He.
will have a per tonal report made and
serif to you // you live in a loreiyn
country be sure to use International
Reply Coupont Initead oI stamps in
your letter.
KTiyiJETTE
1 What does "cate nolr" mean?
2 How should asparagus be eaten?
3 Should a man use his Initial» In
social correspondence?
A Should a husband take part in
his wife's "At Home" day?
S When writing, "M y drar Mr.
Brown." should the word "deal t* -
gin with a capital
1 Black coffee.
2. The tender ends of asparagus
' may b* srparvted with the f-rk and
I a'ter there are eaten, lift the rc-
; mainlng stalks to the mouth with the
I fingers.
3 He should sign his full name,
1 Frank Williams Harris
A No; the average business man
do's not.
I
S. No; write It ss shown in ouer-
H A I T I A N M I N I A T I K M l I 1 A , l i l I ' T M * l A K I H A T I ' K I N I T T A L s ' A S H O I I A T I O N
A V V I AI.
H I N N E K - —T h r
speaker*’ table at thr A M C A.
tion.
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ft ! out and make a rral t flint, but | It Is going lo help him amount to
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ns Frea k C a lf
t . c o r g r fi. AAhvIr, l l - n i t T f r a i l . I r p i a l i Al
Wo«*!, dir ector o f r«#l«rrd
1 they mill not tell him the truth about somcthlmc It Is very food for men
srh oolv o f llalti mi ir r, and t i a r n r l t\ Wi lk in so n . lira! a s 'l a t o n l superintend
Muixelf
llr askrd mr lor lhr story uimi women to see themselves as they
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m l o f H I V schools
1 Ins handwriUmr told, and I let him rrally are, and your handwriting— lo v e local farmer, boasts of owning
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of
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M;i<l;imc S ell lliilil llll- l I c i n k
Dr. Hunker » a y » that A u th o r of *’St. Louis Blues’* is
fast thinker, hm distinct literary ability, feels music,
and likes to have new irons in the fire.
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s
runkkn
N i (fi nally Knoun Hanttu t i/iriy
K ipett.
'Hie music 1« "hot ** They srr
striking up on “Bt U «ii* III urn,"
known ‘round thr vaui UI
Ihr* St.
liiniis IlliH’ h ' were written by W C
llutuiy. fouiutrr of it in rat imiftlc
houAe, and iftiiioun all over thr- world
r> Ihr picture I saw.
my handwriting-tells the truth
a- the "only eight-footed calf in captivi­
ty." The calf, according to leports.
is developing normally.
Y om * H a ir C a n l i e M a d e
E A S Y TO
• DltESS •
for his “Hluei."
On rny studio wall Is an aut»>«r«pli­
ed drawing of the man who has made
melody for so many. On the piano
in the corner is it stark of mimic, and
right on top there Is an autf>giuphed
copy of Ht I aiu L k Illurv
with many
other "Blues“ underneath
Both the photograph and the auto
afaphrd music were given to me by
thr uutlior when I took his hand­
writing and told him the itory it told
to me He nmy* that the Inter 1 sent
to him "was trad by members of my
family and we all agree that your
reading Is correct ‘
Mr llandy's writing Is that of a
For
h a ir beauty
T o straighten your hair, to make it
long, silky and more beautiful, and e a s y
to dress, is now no secret. Just use gen­
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It contains an especially treated ingredi­
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your hair.
Cnvarrubiu.*. I.imms Mexican car-
lootilM, drew this lo represent W C
Handy.
man who Is ronsUntly alert Hr likes
to have nrw Irons In thr (Ire; likrs
to have new things to Interest him.
Bo far as his mentality la concerned
he Is capable of thinking Just about
as fast as any man can-think.
He
Is very matter-of-fact, and shows a
distinct strain of literary ability.
It Is this literary angle of his na­
ture combined with a remarkable tal­
ent for music that makes It possible
for lilm to be such an outstanding
composer He "feels" music He some­
how or another gets In touch with
all that music represents, and under­
stands what Is bark of It. Mr Handy's
writing docs not show such remark­
(> l«d )«M a y o f MiuffMn .S«m <)o.
Follow the lead o f Gladys
May, vlvaciuUft netran» in
^ Shufflin’ Sam from Ala*
ham’ who say* she finds
txclcn to the most dc*
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has ever used.
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able rhythm as It dors real musical
umb i slanding.
He has the
same
■iiiality that marks the writing of
Mine Schumann-Hrlnk; that depth
of feeling that makes music more
Ilian merely a rhythmic noise.
There Is a kern sens« o f wit In this
Writing, and self-rrllanor. Mr. Han­
dy Is not afraid to try.
Which reminds .me of a young man
who came to see me one day recently.
He said hr wanted to study aviation,
but he could not. Nothing I could
ask would get him to tell me why, and
then I looked at hit handwriting. He
1« nfrabf; not of (ailing, but afraid
to believe In himself. He Is going to
go ¿hroogh the world saying " I can't’’
when he might Just as well be mak­
ing a success.
His friends will not tell hint the
truth. They msy poke fun at him
behind his back because he does not
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