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QUINTUPLETS BILL
EXPECTED ID PASS
Two Hours’ Debate Given
Measure Making Dionne
Girls Wards of King.

By the Associated Press.
TORONTO, March 15.—Five famous
little girls, indifferent to the serious
deliberations their existence has evoked,
were well on their way today to be
coming "special wards of his majesty
the King.”
A measure to place the babes, the
celebrated Dionne quintuplets, under
the guardianship of David A. Croll,
Ontario minister of welfare, was up
for its third reading today in the
provincial Legislature.
For two hours yesterday the legisla
tors debated the bill—“the Dionne
quintuplet guardianship act of 1935."
The Liberal government of Premier
Mitchell F. Hepburn jammed it
through committee without amend
ment, despite opposition from the con
servative minority.
Assailed as Drastic.
"I never saw such drastic legisla
tion," said Col. W. H. Price. Toronto
conservative. "Why. after a while you
won’t be able to do anything in this
country the way the government is
taking power."
Premier Mitchell retorted that the
measure "is going through in its
present form without dotting an i or
crossing a t."
While the legislative battle raged,
gray-haired Dr. Allan Roy Dafoe, the
infants’ physician, sat on the side
lines, an interested but silent spec
tator.
Oliva Dionne, father of the quin
tuplets. and Leo Kerwin. his manager,
also visited the capital. It was re
ported he sought to have the govern
ment reconsider its intention of com
mitting the babies to such strict
guardianship.
Would Split Family.
Earlier in the week Dionne said his
family would be split in two if the
guardianship bill passed.
The welfare minister said once he
; is made guardian he will appoint as
I “active’’ guardians Dr. Dafoe and
“Papa" Dionne. More may be named
! later, he said.
They will replace W. H Alderson.
G. K. Morrison and Oliver Dionne,
the babies’ grandfather, who with Dr.
Dafoe were the original guardians.
The government's measure empowers
the welfare minister and the guardians
to enter into contracts, and voids any
previous contracts which are not au
thorized under the new guardianship.
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Samson “Cure'* for Wife.
M. Grizunoff of Harbin, Manchuria,
thought his wife too flighty and evi
dently too “strong" for the men. So he
tried the cure that made Samson do
cile. He administered a sleeping
draught to her, and as she slept shaved
off her eyebrows and hair, then
trimmed her long eyelashes. The
shorn wife has brought a criminal ac
tion against Grizunoff charging him
with attempting to poison her. Grizu
noff’s defense in court was that he
could only keep his wife to “the
straight and narrow path" by limiting
her charms.
Boy, Shot in Left Lobe of Braim,
Learns Anew to Talk and Spell
By the Associated Press.
PORT CLINTON, Ohio. March 15.—
Jack Fleckner, 11, with six pieces ol
a bullet in his brain, is going through
the whole tedious, childish business
of learning to talk again.
Jack was accidentally shot in the
head last January while playing with
his brother Howard, 13, and a loaded
pistol. The bullet entered the brain
over the left eye and broke into six
pieces which lodged in the left frontal
lobe.
When the boy showed signs of re
covering his doctors, H. Pool and J. H.
Wells, became concerned over his in
ability to speak and remember. They
decided to train the right side of his
mind to take over the functions previ
ously handled by the left side«
They taught him the A B C’s again.
The doctors said this required a re
adjustment of the reasoning faculties,
usually centered in the brain's left
frontal lobe.
Jack learned gradually to say words
and spell simple combinations. Some
times he spells a word without know
ing what it means. He is now able to
count to the twenties with a little as
sistance. Before the accident the boy
was at the head of his sixth grade
class. The doctors think he Is back
now to about the fourth grade level.
They say he is a victim of “word
aphasia.” Specialists have traveled
long distances to examine the boy.
The doctors, with the aid of a tutor,
hope to have him spelling and count
ing and back in the sixth grade within
a year.
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Take to
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Neckwear
and
Gloves
The luffly collar shown
is one of the pieces jn.
eluded in our grand
new collection of neck
wear just arrived! Or
gandies, silks and some
piques in the new
Painters’ Pastels.
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These new silk gloves
with be-ruffled or lacey
cuffs, carry out Paris’
most recent style bul
letin that we’re headed
for an “ultra-feminine”
trend in fashions. New
colors.
$1.00
"Marie Antoinette”, now.$1.00
By Stefan Zweig. All former editions have always been
$3.50. Also “Oil for the Lamps of China,” by Alice
Tisdale Hobart, now $1. Formerly only at $2.50.
Silk Blouses
Are Tailored I
With the Nicety
Expensive Ones!
$3
Special for
Saturday
We’ve man - tailored
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they can take a lot of
wear. With pleated
bosoms, little boy col
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other new style notes.
New shades of shell j
pink, maize, aqua, navy, j
brown and white. The
little polka dot number
is white on dark
grounds.
From size 32 up, with a
goodly number of the
small sixes!
MOSES—FIRST FLOOR
100 New Hats
to wear now and
right thru Spring
$3.95
Faces front! Fashion’s Spring command, but if off
the-face hats don’t suit you, there are brims of all
kinds. Taffetas, rough straws, felts and fabrics are
all included. Remember this, Moses’ hats are chosen
with an eye to individuality, and every hat in our col
lection has REAL distinction.
MOSES—FIRST FLOOR.
Last Few Days of
Entire Stock
UfinkelmRn
Blue . . . Black . . . Brown . . . White
Combinations . . . and Evening Shoes
We’ve mentioned all the colors so you can see these are onr
up-to-the-minute styles and not clearance stock that we’re
offering at the amazing low price of $5.95. Every shoe is
of the Winkelman standard bench-made quality. Fill your
Spring and Summer needs.
MOSES—SECOND FLOOR.

The Big 4 in Spring Col ors
of Hosiery
by "Dexdale"
Symphony ... to harmonize with black or
navy.
Gazelle . . . grand with blues and grays.
Beachtan . . to blend with beiges.
Indian-Skin ... for your greens and
browns.
Into the production of these new hosiery colors
have gone all the pains and exaction of an
artist with his paints, so that for each new
Spring costume color there might &e the
perfect shade of hosiery. So pick your right
shade from these main 4 new ones. There
are, of course, many other new colors.
Mad and phone orders accepted. SI*00
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