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-J. kM IftSDEPEMOEPO" PROGRESS3VE JOURWAL THIRTY-FIRST YEAR VOL. XXXI, NO. 235 (Section Two) PHOENIX, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MQRNING, DECEMBER 18, 1920 (Section Two)' AN 7 1J7"J A Mm lite mm u. li !: I' i i t t f t t i Advehture-s Op THE- TWINS fey WASP WEASEL GETS PUNISHED "Where did WaSD Weasel eo?" ftskpil Kick- a a he, nnrl TCanrv rneVioil ' hreath '!! Into Mrs. Woodchuck'a bedroom, where she had been getting all the beds ror the family's winter deep. Mr. Woodchuek didn't nay a word, but nodded toward a hump under one of the blankets. Of course, If she had said two words or ten, Nancy and Nick would not have understood, for that scamp Wasp had swallowed their charm d then run away! That is why they were after him. Suddenly an idea occurred to Nick, and he whispered it to his sister. Nancy laughed softly and nodded. "Let's do it right away," she whispere, and tirtoed quietly to the top of the bed. At the same time Nick took his place t the foot. Mrs. Woodchuek wondered what it was all about, but said noth- FEMININE EXPLORER SAYS WOMAN CAN GO WHERE MAN GOES-AND SHE CALLS EXPLORING ONE OF MOST THRILL ING, THOUGH RARE, OCCUPATIONS FOR WOMEN NEW YORK "Exploring; can hardly be called a popular occupation for women but I would not give it up for all the pink teas in the United King dom." Thus speaks Harriet Chalmers Adams, accorded to be the first Amer ican woman to be made a Fellow of the Royal Geographical society of England, honorary member of the Society of Arts of Cadiz and lecturer extraor dinaire. Women do not usually listen to the lure of "little voices" which take men to the outlands and the strange un known places. But Mrs. Adams, who like her husband. Franklin Adams, editor of the bulletin of the Pan-American Union, is a Californian, listened. From the beginning of her literacy lite Mrs. Adams has been particularly in terested in Spain and its customs here was romance, she felt, that romance which pervades every place where th descendants of Castiie dwell and fi nally it got into her blood and she took up the long trail. One of Greatest Travelers In three years Mrs.' Adams put 40,00( 4 f FURTHER 'Hill ..maw. fm , Such a blanket tossing as the ratcal got ing. li anything waa about to happen to Wasp she wasn't going to niterfere, bfs ausc Wausp was a general nuisance and sho didn't like him at all. lie had always worried the life out of Wobbly, her own dear boy, and Wally, her hus band, had jut said the other day that but there! That's not the story. Suddenly Nancy grabbed two corners of the blanket, between which Wasp was crouching, and at tho same time Nick grabbed the other two. Then they pulled the rovers char off the bed, never letting go their holds. "Give us our charm. Wasp," said Nick, severely, "or we'll shake you up." Wasp lay very still and never let on ho heard. That settled it! Such a blan ket tossing as the rascal got, he'll never forget, I'm sure, nor the lesson, cither- And the charm Jumped right out of his mouth with the jolting. Nancy grabbed It and tucked It away safely, and the twins departed. (Copyright. 1920, N. K- A.) The parcel rost department in Oma 1 is to be completely motorized with a fleet of 50 trucks serving "0 zones. If rrtnicnt stores expect to take ad Msntagn of this service- and deliver by rarcel post. o Presses in Japan are frequently sold by weight. v Shave With Cutlcura Soap The Ney; Way Without Mug THE BEAUTIFUL PERMANENT WAVE Guaranteed for Six montht Jefferson Hair Store Phone 4139 GOING UP A very junior officer was trying his first case. "Seven days confined to camp." he snaped. "Beg pardon, sir," whispered the company sergeant-major. "Vou mum'i sentence like that. 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