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SUNDAY MOKlNifNCj. SLKlfcMBhK 19. 1920. THE QGDEN TyNDARL).LXNt:R 3
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A consignment has just been received from the j
v East of new creations pronounced most authen
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? t7 Tlie new drosses come in modish tones of blue, vY
3 brown and llak Lace overskirts adorn some, jgg
:a' while others are embroidered in yam, or tinsel a
' " A suggestion of tlir basque, in vogue ;it the lime
j of nur mothers produces a hovel and pleasing
r This first consignment s very limited W I
5g would suggest you cdme at once, while the as- 2$
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1 $19.75 to $75.00 1
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I Deliveries if Desired.
1 Salt Lake Society
I fff (Continued 1 roni Preceding I'agx' I
ijfl I and shell pink gladioli In the tall
SjjtH wicker baskets wore used. Pink tulle
HB draped Die chandeliers Ths bride won
H mi imported suit model of brown Bll
JH vcrtone, trimmed with squirrel, with
hat and shoes also of brown. A COT
Hl Suge bouquet of while roses completed
I 'lie costume. The uuitroii i homo
I I Mrs. Rudolpe Orloh and the brldcs-
H maid,' Miss Ermu Kustcr. wore navy
H blue (rlcotine dresses with corsage
HH bouquets of Ophelia roses. Theodore
jflH Rechovv was best man
MM A buffet wedding breakfast VII
1 H served at 11 o'clock V wicker basket
Wiitl of asters and gladioli formed the cen-
HH tt ! piece for tho table. Several HlUli-
VH cal selections were given by Miss Mar-'
IH garet Kulk. who also played tlu wed-
I'l ding march Assisting the numbers
H of the bridal paitv ,vcre Mrs Harry
H l ilckson. Mrs. Everett Sanders, Mrs.
t H Homer Sherwood, Miss Florence Suiii-
ffHH cun. The guests numbered sixty. The
I couple left on an early afternoon train
for a trip through the northwest. They
will return about October 1 and will
make Ihclr home at 718 Harmony
Mrs. Charles R King entertained at
Sl luncheon Thursday afternoon at hei
home in thi Hollywood apartments In
honor of MlSS Kathern.e Naon of Og
"en. who Is a gue-st at the home of
Mrs. George L. Scott. A luncheon set
hand-painted in reeds and birds was
used. The hostess was assisted by her
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guests were, besides the hostess ;r.d
the guest of honor, Miss da Scott,
Mrs George I, Scott Mic. Joseph Bell.
Mrs. C G. L'lrlck. Mrs It A llolley
and Miss Carey Gleason
Mrs. Frederick Moreton entertained
in honor of .Miss Mary Hansen, a bride
of the month. Thursda afternoon at
her home on East First South street,
at a Kensington tea. In the dining
loom deep pink gladioli and zinnias
in a Japanese bowl on a iluny lace,
cover over pink satin formed the n
t rplece for the table Pink cathedral!
candles In silver holders were on each
corner of the table. The living room,
was decorated with the pale pink
gladioli in tall crystal vases, and i n
the reception hall were low crystal
bowls of Richmond roses T he hostess
Vvtts assisted by her mother. Mrs E l
L. Moreton and Miss Leali Burton.'
The guests numbered fifteen and were!
the close fi tends of the bride.
Mr and Mrs. Bernard J Stewart en-1
tertalned at a large Informal musical j
and dancing party at their new home, I
1153 East Third South street, las'.
Monday night in honor of Miss Miriam
Cannon, a bride of the week and heri
fiance. Captain II S. Bennlon. A pro
fusion of the lale summer flowers dec
orated the rooms, in the living room'
pink asters and snapdragons were ar-1
ranged In crystal baskets Marigolds'
and Zinnias In the yellow shades were
used In the sun room and In the ball I
room. A wicker basket of batchelor's
button and larkspur formed the u
terpiece for the dining table
Musical numbers were riven by!
Mrs. Vaughan Cannon Mi-s Lola Can
non, Miss Nora Cannon, Mrs. Edna
Evans Johnson, Mrs. Richard Hart.
Miss Romania Hyde, Miss Ruth Stew
art. Charles Shepard and Tracy Y.
Cannon. Seventy guests were present.
Miss Gladys Spry entertained at a
miscellaneous shower In honor Miss
Erraa Ashton. a brlds of the month
last Monday night, at the Sprv. home
on McClelland avenue. In the living
room Shasta daisies In crystal has
t. keis were used to decorate, and In the
dining room lavender and white cos
mos In a crystal basket, tied with a
'l.i,:ider tulle ribbon, formed tin- 'cn
i"iplece for the table, with pink ca
thedral candles In crystal holders on
each cornei Rink ribbon streamers
extended from the chandelier to the
tabic The hostess was assisted by her
mother. Mrs Samuel Spry, and l
Mrs. Earl Douglas Spry The guests
Miss Afton I.oe entertained Monday
afternoon from 3 until t o'clock at an
Infoinial ken3inglon tea, in honor of
Miss Mary Hansen, whose marriage- to
G MVrlln Southwlck will take place
September.':: The rooms ivc re dec or
ated with cosmos, as.crs and zinnias
in the autumn shades, arranged In
crystal baskets. The hostess was as
sisted by her mother, Mrs. Stephen H.
Love; Mrs. B. C Fullmer and Mrs.
, L. Ci Young. The guests numbered!
Mrs. W E. Coulam entertained the!
members of the tntre Nous club at
the ttrst meeting of the fall season
Monday afternoon at ner home on
East First South st.eet A crystal
basket of cosmos formed the center
piece for the tea table. The club mem
bers are -Mrs. M. Beaver. Mrs. T. C.
Cossnun, Mrs. Thomas curmodv, Mrs
Ai. Font aii, Mr. Albert Fox, ,vn s
K J. Jcfis, M.s George W. Morgan,
Mrs. M. Morns, Mrs. . li. Sievenson
and Mrs M Bumph .
Mr T I-' M. Fnniu- tinil lllt'n .1 ,,.h.
ter, Mary Loreen, left Mondaj for -a
several weeks'; visit with friends and
relatives at Battle Creek. .Mich
I Mrs. It. K. Brown and daughter,
, Elizabeth, and son, ijuul. have re
1 turned from a month's visit at the
southern California beaches
Mrs. Ralph V. Brown of Kansat
Cltv. Kan . Is visiting with h r mothei
Mrs. Hal W. Brown, at her home, 2 67
Ea.M Third South street.
! Mis. Frank McCool. leader of the
i Country Cltlb orchestra, left Sunda
for I 'hhago w her, she w ill v isit v n ii
friends, returning about ctobei 15
! to resume her orchestra work.
Mrs Lloyd Weeter has returned
from a several weeks' visit in u.iiu
Mrs J J Carey of San Francisco Is
Visiting with hei sister, Mrs E. J Hol
land. Mr. and Mrs Baul Kaiser have re
turned from a motor trip of Severn)
weeks through the Yellowstone pari
Mrs. Stephen Abbott, wife of Cap
tain Stephen Abbott, who was former
ly in command at the Utah Agricul
tural college, is the guest of .vli-s
Georgia Young at In r apartment:, in
the Belvedere Mrs Abbott Is accom
panied b her daughter, Ml , n
Mis Albert I'isher has returned
from an extended i.it In Bos tngelcs
and will bo at the Hotel Utah for a
A pretty arranged home wedding
was that of Miss Marlam ' .1 II IK 111.
daughter of Mr. und Mrs. George Can
non, and Howard S Bennlon of the
I lilted State r ngineci , rj,Si whhh!
took place Thursdav morning In thi
Salt Lake temple An Informal wed-
ding breakfast was served at the home
of the bride's parents following th(
ceremony Asters, gladioli and snap
dragons In pink shades were urranged
in wicker baskets throughout the
fl Weber Normal College
School of Music
Announces the opening of its winter term, Monday,
i M Faculty :
W. H. MANNING E. W. NICHOLS
, J (Number of pupils limited)
I MARY FISHER GLADYS PETERSON
Private instruction in Voice, Violin, Piano, Band and
H Orchestra Theory. Frequent recitals and concerts, and
, - i one opera.
rooms. Assisting during the breakfast
' were MlSS N'oru Cannon, Miss Loll
Cannon Miss Lenore Cannon, Miss Vir
ginia Cannon. MlSS Murine Bennlon,
Miss Madilelyn Stewart and MlSS Buth
Stewart The guests numbered forty.
The Daughters of the Handcart Pio
! neer.s held their first meeting of the
fall season Wednesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Lilj Wolwtcnholme,
I 1122 South Main street. Asters In the
! purple and red shades, combined with
ferns, were arranged in tall rystal
vases. .Miss Hazel Frank was in
charge of the musical program. A
light luncheon was served. Covers
were laid for fourteen guests.
Miss Vera Leuth of Marv svllle, Cal..
who has been visiting With Mr. and
Mrs. F J McGanncy ;it their home in
j the Godbe apartments, b ft Thursday
i for her heme. Miss Florence Bcuth.
i her sister, will remain In Salt l.ake
for the winter months and will be a
I guest at the McGanney home.
I ' ' '
I The marriage of Miss Wyona Mauss
and Arthur A. Hunter took place on
Wednesday morning In the salt Bake
temple. Tho ceremony was performed
by Bishop Alvin Smith. Following the
ceremony a wedding breakfast was
served at t tic home of the bride s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Miiuss, on
Bryan avenue. A large reception was
given n the evening from S until 11
o' lock. The rooms were decorated
throughout With woodbine autumn
leaves antl pink roses. The bride wore
! a white chiffon satin dress. A lace
! v eil waa caught with" pearls and orange
blossoms. Sne carried a shower bou
1 net of white roses The bridesmaids
I v ere Miss May Allen, who wore yellow
satin draped with silk net and earrlcd
j R shower of lavender asters, ami Ml-.s
! Evelyn Schanks, who wore pink taffe
I ta and carried a shower of white os
j ters. Kenneth Mauss, brother of the
bride, was best man
I Assisting the members of the bridal
parly In the reception were Mr. and
I Mr3. Jacob Mauss. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
ii inter, Mrs. Anna Sanders, Mrs. Ella
Stephenson. Mrs. Annie Schanks and
1 Mrs. Ellen Cannon. Those assisting in
j the dining room were Miss Catherine
Woodbury'. Miss Thelma Jorgenson,
Miss Dorothy I'hlppen, Miss Alphia
I Sanders. Miss Viola Sanders.. M IsB .Mil
Id red Scott, Miss Ellen Cannon and
J Mis.; Geneve J.icobs.
After a short wedding trip the cou
! pie will return to Salt Lake ahout Oc-
tober 1 and will make their home at
23S East Seventeenth South street.
Mr - J. J. Ottenslcin entertained in
formally Thursday afternoon- at a
bridge luncheon In honor of Mrs. W.
I F Hall of .New York City, who is the
' guest of Mra W P. Williams The
I late summer flowers in paste shades
decorated tho luncheon table. The
guests numbered eight
M!s Grace Sheriff, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Sam Sheriff, left Wednesday
' for Pittsburg, where she will attend
J the Carnegie Institute of Technology.
Mr and Mrs. John Dubois have as
their guest Mrs F G Wldman and lit-
tie daughter, Alice, of I'asadena. Cal.
j . .
Miss Anna E Henry of Dcs Moines,
I Iowa, arrived Thursday and will be
I the giesi of Mrs. Louis Uenry, 1082
I Fifth East street, for about ten days
Mra. r. a Mattlngly and Miss Eva
E Eiollls left Thursday afternoon for
a two wc( its' visit In the east.
Mrs Alva l.ee and her liltlo son.
j John Marshall, have returned to Salt
I Ijike after spending the summer
months in California.
Mrs. Anna M Gulre of Bingham left
Thursday for Sioux t'lty, Iowa, for a
I two weeks' visit with relatives.
BRIOHAM CITY. Sept. 18 Satur
day evening Mrs. H. S. Larson enter
tained at her home In honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Lr land Larson, who were
recently married and Miss Cleofn
Jeppson and Mr. Tr.-.cv lirson. who
arc to be married In the near future
A color scheme of cllow was carried
oui in the decorations, both In th-'
. " ISC and on the lawn, which was
brightly Illuminated with yellow Jap
anese lanterns. The evening was
lieu hi u.uii nig auu ouie'i K"li ll lull.
Later a tr.sv luneheon was served 'I h-'
I guests present numbered eighty.
I Friday evening Miss Cleofa Jeppson
W"as guest oi honor at a par , show
er given bj Mis.- Efazel Forsgren, Milss
Llllie FredrickBon and Miss Nondus
Jeppson at the home of the latter.
I Asters and golden glow was used pro
fusely In decorating the room Many
loi autiful presents were received by the
honored guesi after wht.h a tray
luncheon was served! Those present
Miss Edith Wixom was hostess Wed
nesday afternoon at a party given in
compliment to her eleventh birthday
anniversary. The afternoon was spent
ir. out floor games aftei which lunch
eon was served by Mrs. Claxenct Wix
om. Those present were: Misses Dorl.s
Jensen, Pearl Smith, Lucjle Jensen
Delone Valentine, Norma Chrlati nsen,
I Bmma pasmiissen, Stella mith ami
! Mary Hansen.
Mr Lisle Eddy, Mrs J. W. Hooper,
nd Mrs Victor E Madsen entertained
!Tuesday evening at the- home of Mrs.
Eddy in honor of Miss Estellc Jensen
Musical game,s were enjoyeel during
he evening after which a dain:y
luncheon was served Those presen:
.vere Messrs and Mesdamea B. c.
all. J A. West, A. D. Cooley. J. A.
ishburn, David Siohl, R. T. Wllley,
Misses, Bstelle Jensen, Eliza Madsen.
Bosda mea, John ii. Horaley Orpha
Xohl, Jorinda Blliings, and David
Mattson ol igden
Mrs. Stewart Horseiy of Vrovo is a
Sucst at the home of Mrs. Ciem Hors-
The Social Development club mei
Friday afternoon al I he home of Mr
Clifford M Jen-n. The roomi were
beautifully decorated with garden
flowers, ami small tables were arrang
ed for cards. A dainty two course'
luncheon was served at tho close of
the afternoon. The members present
numbered t.lxteen besides 'h- follow
ing guest Mrs. II. Burt and Mrs lcv
Mrs. M". W. Christen-, n of Tremon
ton spent part of last week In Brig
ham I'lty as a guest at the home of
Mrs. J. W. Smith.
Miss B.".e Knudson spent Wednesdav
and Thursday in Ogden as the guest
of Miss Sadie Eccles.
The marriage of Miss irglnia Fors
gren ahd Mr. 1 bind Larson of this
City took place Thursday In Salt Lake
City. Both young people arc weli
known In this community where the
have a host of friends. Mr. lirson
recently returned from the nave vvh rf
hi served liuring the world war Since
that time he has been employed In
Ogden where he and his bride expeel
to make their home
The Ladles of the Society of the
Presbyterian church met Friday after
noon at the home of Mrs J E Ryan
The afternoon was spent in community
sewing after which delicious refresh
ments were served. A bowl of nastur
tunnls formed a centerpiece for the
dining table Besides the regular
members the following guest- were
present Mrs Laughney, Mrs Stllwell,
and Mrs -ifre,i Tree man
Miss Bertha Bowring and Miss Bona
Chrlstcnsen were hostesses Thursday
evening at an overall and apron party
given at the homo of Miss Chrlsten
8cn. Games were played on the lawn
which was lighted lor the occasion. A
dainty luncheon ve.es served to the fol
lowing guests Misses Fay Holland.
Del l ife. Buth stohi. Mildred N'eeley,
Elaine Booth. Juanita Sorensort, l'hyl-
II Walklns, Phyllis Bolt. Edith Stohi,
Edith Horaley, Doris Chrlstensen,
Florence Cheadle, Elva Chrlstensen,
Amy Olson. Anda Knudson. Alice k,,
ford. Me.s.srs. Wesley 'ance Walter
'Mann. John Chrlstensen. Edwin An
derson, Yosco ('all. Howard Call, Rey
nold Reeder Carl oison. Armstrong
Pearse, Leland Eblv-. Demovcre Skid
more and Ja Knuilson-
One of the most astlsltc produc
tion ever witnessed in Brigham City
I was the Bee Hive Pageant given Sat
urday evening bv the various swarms
of Bee Hive girls in this slake under
I the auspices of t lie M. 1 A board.
The pageant was held on tho court
house lawn und was witnessed by an
I appreciative uuellenee numbcrin- over
lone thousand people. The costumes
were beautiful and were completed by
each Individual member of the cast
under the direction of Miss Margarei
Corleas, Miss Alice Boeder and Mra
Fay Hatch directed the dancing ami
the symbols assisted by Miss Lo Yerd
Watson from the high school.
Tlie pageant w.-s prodt I .,s a fit
ting event for the completion of Bee
Hive work for the summer season and
was symbolic of the swarming of the I
hive, Miss Vella Waddoups represent
ed the iueen l ee with the First ward
girls as her workers. Miss Nondus
Jeppson symbolized Life. Miss Fdvema
! Jeppson. Spirit of the Hive. The hand
I maidens were, Faith, Miss Hortensc
Poulson; Knowledge, Miss Phvllls
Madsen; 'Health, Miss Bhoda Lee
Womanhood, Miss Florence Jones;
' Beauty. Miss Elva Blackburn, Work
MlSS May Nelson; Truth. Miss Alice
IDorennus; Service. Miss Elnora Hatch
and Joy. Miss Afton Hanson. Girlhood,
v. is symbolized by all the Bee Hive
: girls. The sunrise .song was sung by
a trio from the Wlllard swarm, ln lud
Ing Miss I.eona White. Miss Agnes
While, and M'ss Emma Woodland.
An immense brown bee hive was
rected on the lawn and from this
'hive emerged the various characters
and dancers In order of their presenta
tion. The dance of the Fir Tree was
: presented by the Third ward girls, the
'dance of the Wild Roses by the First
ward girls, the Sunflower dance bv the
Second ward and thi dance of The
I Thistles by the Fourth ward
The dancing was followed by the
seals with Verna Loughlln bearing the
seal of religion. Myrile LUlywhite, the
seal of the home; Ruth Valentine, seal
Of help; Maud Forsgren seal ff do
mestlc ail. Ann. i Liur.i Stohi, seal of
out-of-doors; Eva Lowe thr seal of
business, and Bertha Vance the seal of
i public service.
Next the doors of the bee hive were j
I thrown open showing the Madonna
land child representing the beautv of
motherhood by Mrs. Lola Tingle)
Johnson and babe. The next tableau
showed the duty of motherhood rep
resented by Mrs. Mllley Reeder An
derson. The glory in motherhood was
presented by Mr. antl Mrs. B. Call,
and their seven children.
The production was a groat credi
to the organization and much praise
Is due those Instrumental In Its pre
sentation. r r
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"UASTTIN'OTON Mrs Carlos Ara
muyo wife of tho confidential agent
of the Bolivian government, has ar
rived in Washington, where she ex
pects to live. Though born In Paris
and reared in Bolivia, she was a Tuck
erman. a family well known in Boston
and Washington. Her husband, Car
los Aramayo, is now conferring with
Under-Secretary Davis. He expects to
be minister fronr Bolivia as soon as
Ibis country recognizes the provisional
SPANKING BOl COSTS HIM 110.
CINCINNATI -- James D. Hall,
spanked his 3-year-old nephew. Wal
ler Ji ffer-, .. hard that the Judge in
municipal court, on comp'alnt of the
boy's father, fined the spanker $10
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EARLY ALL SALE '
of beautiful silk lingerie petticoats kimonos pretty serge j
dresses suits and coats dainty articles that please
We have a most complete stock of beautiful Japanese and American made
goods which we are selling at low prices. Our lines of waists, blouses, silk
hose, every kind of article for pleasing wearing apparel are complete, and
marked at low prices. ' t
KIMONA HOUSE ' I
301 24th Street I
a m j
1MB ARE HOPE OF THE WORLD." ' I
SAYS HELEN 10 ROBINSON I
IjKIT AUci Rlaanryk, picked as the
greatest" woman ol Europe CEN-1
i i B Ladj -t,,r. picked eg the mosi
picturesqui BIGHT Margarei Bond
Held, picked as ii comer" of Eu
BY ZOE BECKltEY,
X. E. A staff i orreapondent.
NEW YORK. Sept 18 Where do
we go from here, boys'." mi, vvel be
paraphrased t,, in. i,e f mothor-
Helen Ring Robinson, whom
it i- customarj to introduce as
' former miiu!u fnnn l)-nvcr.'"
lias be, M looking them over ui
Europe ami marks her return
with tin emphatic declaration
that women an- today tie- hope
ot (he world'
We ko from here," she responds
good-humoi cdlv "into all tho high
places of earth
'CONTEMPT-' SB Kl..
"I noticed throughout Kurope that!
whatever contempt for the weaker I
sex" may formerly have existed, is
now- considerably shaken'
"With Alice Masaryk's hand firmly
steering the social and educational ma
chine ,,:' Czecho-Slovakla Lady Nancy'
Astor being llstene.l to in Parliament I
and .Margaret Bondfield heading wise
ly and well the women of Britain s j
Labor Parly, pishes and tushes against
women are out of date.
"Miss Masaryk, as leader of the wo-'
men and president of the Red Cross I
In Czocho-Slovalila. Is doing marvel
ous work in national housing health',.!
sanitation and hospital service."
Mrs. Robinson .after some consid-
eration. awards to Alice Masaryk the'
palm of greatness among the women
of Europe .M'.s-. Masaryk has a larg
er field to work in and bigger prob
lems to solve than any other one
woman in the world. Mis. Uohlnson
believes. Her field Is the whole re
public of which her father is presi
dent. And she has the wisdom, the ex
perience, the vision ami the oppor
tunity to do It well.' Insists Mrs. Rob
inson "Her personality Is not vivid,
but she is a doer."
TIM OM1.R. "
" Wh it," I asked la the 'comer' of
"Margaret Bondfield," was the
prompt replv. 'Behind her solidly
stand the women workers of Eng
land the whole Labor Party, in fact.
She has ability, personality, tact, vast
Information and experience . She hits
all the gifts which peculiarly fit
women for high political places. She
will be elected some d iy to parlia
This brought us round to Lady
Nancy Astor, the American-born
member of Parliament from Ply
mouth, whom Mrs. Robinson calls the
'most plcturesciue of Europe's public
GERMAN RED DISPLEASED
WITH RUSS CONDITIONS
BIirNPYv ICK. Germany. Sept. 18.
August Merge.i. the Ocrman commun
ist leader vho has just returned from
Moscow says that Bolshevism as
practiced in Russia Is not Simon puro
unadulterated communism. The cost
of living there Is excessively high pa
per money is wiped out with paper
money and people generally have the
Merges, a little hunchback Journey
man tailor, who staged the communis',
revolt In Brunswick in 1 1' 1 9 warns his
comrades against settling in Russia.
Politics in Russia arc controlled
by the communist party, which counts'
uOO.onn members. several hundrea
thousands of whom are office seek
ers and political hangers-on who are
not to be I rusted." Merges declared In
an address on his Russian discoveries.!
He declared that the Russian s'n-1
tem was not suited to Germany, be-
"Lady Astor." says Mrs. Robinson,
"makes an eloquent idea for the wo
men of the Anuglo-Saxon races to ro
form the world, as she thinks it quite
possible for them to do Theli first
effort, she believes, shoule! be to bring
about' a better understanding between
Great Britain and the United States"
I", s. AM) BRITAIN".
"America ' says Lady Astor "is a I
small boy who ought to be spanked.
England Is a fat old man who should
"We agreed," smiles Mrs. Robinson.
that the sma'l boy had some mighty
I good traits that the fat old man might
copy. A friendly cordiality, for exam
pie a talent for fellowship'
' On tho other hand, the fat old man
has truer sense of Justice. The 'small
bov" with youth's intolerance, is apt
to be hard and narrow. He can learn
a readier and broader Justice from
the fat old man'
' There is no better way to begin
than by frequent visits of repreeenta
tlve American women to England "
cause of its rigid centralization com-
blni d with a tedions bureaucracy and
Its imitation of capitalistic methods
He told the Moscow reds, ho said, that
the Germans communists did not pro-
nose to lake orders from them.
APPLE PRICKS TOWER.
(Ey International News Service)
ASHFIELD, Mass A field meeting I
under the auspices of the Massachu-
setts Fruit Growers' association was
heldvat the model orchard of Abbot L. 1
Bow Sp akers declared the reduced Jj
demand fur apples for cider has H
caused marketing of an unusual num
ber of eooklng apples In Boston and
thus cut down prices
ttTJBL" CU RMER s
SECRET REVEALED I
GRKKNSBl'RG. hid. Zuma, snake
charmer, posing as a girl, suddenly H
became a man when the platform Sin-
rounding the snake, pit crashed down H
upon him arfd the snakes. Several H
girls fell into the pit. but none weru H