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j~~ M11. war* ILn-Arsble -MI Wink' 138.-A%;A4"a U A food vs.ha's Me Umme anehs~ Umgrcui. It suOpie tah emm ver thew i ea an d dt dig raee et SInwt h9 6 t "W"O rour%$ Aine em)? = jtw Wdharde e t icom BRAN atomaci i ov oded f~&OTts te reason Two Bsacuist nd armnurshmalfos cnts. HolyuWek Seriesth EPiPH ANY amlmmOf nthetand thea d Srand 12:0to:f2. tas yotr*ave with arteries and *uto -.cation- come * n~to mucfimeat. Two Biscuits withL hot mikwke a VaMS jorshniaafor~fecenis Holy Week Services EPIP-HANY G Near 14&h St. 12:00 to 12:25. ..REVA DR. FREEMAN ASSOCIATE CLERGY GOOD FRIDAY 12-3 DR. 3"MN "Talks on Newspaper A( By TRUMAN A. DEWEESE, BUPPALo, ? -~m Afe" i to sell a stock of pills,' but you cannot sell a "practice." me. No more can you Inherit a "business." You can't even fcourse there are two log unbses is er - kid of business men--those altan "go wilT Yu wbo "go after" business and ca slltegos nth those d'o merely take what sevs h uligadfx bainess comes to them. trs u htI o h Take a business that has bsns nestesm ben handed down irora1' 3t- odarcntuenlsth er - to son, through several sm ~its rvisI l gerations--the sons a~re dyrmns nestesm n'alyibt the kinid that "go efrt aemde ostiy tftet' business. Why should tewnso h utmr ~th? Haven't they inher- wih saobl fod te it *~ ''the business?" socle"bsnes ilsi Reminds me of the doctorawyndteprhsril wgo goes away on a vacationfndhmlfnpoesinf argi turns over his "practice" alto odbtn utm toy another physician, or the es dpctor who sells his "p rac- An thtlasm bcko tice" to another physcian..~~ hm fti ak Itow In the world can a thraetw kidofm - plysiclian sell his ''practice?" chns"hs wo'oatr You can sell a house and lot buiesadtoewo at ---.you can sell the merchan- fobuiestcmetth . dlie In a store-but you TeCmaywt hc cin't sell a physician's "pr~C am cnetc- ou ~c t ." To sell a physicia 's tois Ithsbltu a 'jrctice" you would have to wol-iebsesthug sil his personality, his skill, Avriig o ups his-knowledge, his experience,. hscmay hud "el That Is manifestly Impossible. isbsns o~m n h It' is not only Impossible on ddntudr n o h the physicin's side, but Im- bsns a ~ul padh osible on the side of the co lue tospad riin 'atients. No pe--og of sense addpn nieyuo h o'r intelligence would allow a cnue-eadcetdb 4. pigghien to "sell" hipn to tefre wes fcus agoer hysiian it s e s e ol d do " bus-fin for l, PA AY FE LOE ,SHESAD gain 5ams anes- Selepeot, Fair Divrwee 8404rM. rrrIBURGIL March 8..n-,. when the man 'Pags and pays a" payw" it isn't worth a wmeaan's while. This Is the opinion of Mm.. UEmm eu dv rwh wa a ,O0 damages by the jqry which heard her breach-of-premnie pul1 against Thomas J. Stephens. prOes sent engineer and the father of three ohildren. Mrs. Snyder a 0ied bitterly teday A' she recalled er love .ae with the engineer, and Its disastrous en ing. , "Money cannot pay a .woen Ser the loss of her name and her - vespot," she said. "Miney tag store a woman's faith in husan na ture. Money cannot make up the ordeal through which I went my very soul to those twedt mn and that judge and that awful court room full of people. I told thing on the stand which. two yeaft ag", I wouldn't have told mymother. I per mitted the exhibition Of those pie tures of myself in which were made beduse I loved Mr. tephens in mob a way that every thing he asked of me was a sacred duty. "Do you suppose $30,000 can pay me for that? N96 "When I sued Mr. Steph .. I sued him because I wanted to hrt h)m a little, because he had hart me as only a man can hurt a woman." "Of course. I am grateful for this money. I should be utterly ridicu lous if I did not admit that- it means a great deal to ae." FIND GUNS, DAGGER ON BOY RUNAWAYS Pair Arrested Near Cumberland 'For Theft of Auto In Baltimore. CUMBBRLAND, Md., March 2. Armed with a small dagger, three revolvers and a quantity of ammuni tion. Witliam Ross, 16, and Morris Cohen, 15, runaways from, the Boys Home, Baltimore, were arrested yes terday at the Six Mile House. west of here. They are charged with stealing a touring car from the garage of Ross' father at Brooklyn Anne Arundel county. The boys had stopped for break fast and were leaving the hotel whom Sergeant Benjamin F. Gaffney, of th4 State police caught them. The guns which the boys carries were all loaded. A nimber of blank ets and robes were found in the car The runaways are being held foi the Baltimore authorities. G. U.Srlu To VIS ClINCA, Bm The students in chemistry al Georget'ofh University. to the num her of about 300. have arranged tc visit in three sections the populal exhibit 'now on view at the head. quarters of the National Researct Council, 1701 Massachusetts avenue This exhibit contains war gases dyes, perfumes. medicinals, and othei products derived from such simplk crudes as sulphur, coal, air. an1 malt. It shows the relationship be tween the chemical warfare servic4 and America's new economical pro duction, for which the United States tefore the war largely depended upon Germany. White Beaver Found. WINNIPEG, Manitoba, March 22. A white beaver, a freak of the heaves family, has been brought to Winni. peg for mounting from English River, Ont. The beaver is a perfect albino Its fur is about two inches deep. Its eyes are pink; the feet and claws a&r pink and white. Ivertising" . Y. awhile on this ''good-will" but soon the business would begin to slip away. You can sell four factories easy enough-but what good are factorles if no one con sumes their product ? The fact is you can't real ly inherit a "business" or sell a "business"-but you have to go after business. Now there is only one way to go after business and that is to advertise. The merchant who is merely a storekeeper and who expects an old and respected family namne to draw business is going to get left. He will have to go after It tirough the modern methods' that are followed by the up-to-date, successful merchants. He -will have to take his merchandising mes sage to the people every day in the year through the daily newspaper. There is plenty of businessj for those who go after it. One of the most gratifying things in the present situation is the small number of failures following in the wake of de clining prices. A business reporting agency finds that "84 per cetof the business conc.erns wl ch failed in 1920 were non-advertisers." In other words, the failures were NOT the men "who go after it."', , TRUMAN A. DeWEESE. Yakns Up 8. bI. P14., -.1 utiful New Eastei Aa Eew hae A WPm a 10.00 All, Washington is talkhlg about otw because of the wonderful assodtment < the super-values offered at this moderate adddd to tomorrow's sale emphasize the your Easter Hat here tomorrow. MATEIRAa: NIk Bamd An Early Lin Selectin Is 4u Advisabe An immebse array of Easter Hate-ea for its Originaity and smartness. - Al at dolla's. SGirls' Easter. Dresses special at $4. 98 Beautif4 tiew models of sheer organdle, in a number of delightful styles; skirts with val. laces, deep hems and tucks; sleeves and waists have pretty lace trimmings and ntbuns.- All sizes 6 to 14 years. Exceptional values at 54.98. - Gil White Drses, $.A Besutiful White Net Dresms, with daW pietal ruffles a skirts, waists and sleeves. Waists hmiaue "th esti ribbem. Goie of several pretty and smart aodels; mie 6 to 14 years. Garls' Ghigam Dese $2.96 Pretty NewGinha Dresmes In as Assortment of VWads checks and plain col;s. ried hit or co g colors; nied with .ash or belt; is.es 6 to 14 years. Litle Girls" Dresses, $2.9 to $4.50 White Organdy Dresses. in a variety of prett ~~. lace, tia med. tucked and ribbou trimmed styles; frheltl gil romn 2 to6 years of age. . :~ ~ im". Girls' $5.00 Dreses, $3.98 Ltle GrlW Drees, $2.50 Girlf WiteMidd Drew4 of onuno ou& Charmingr Dresses (Or the little girls from "Isl Joan yoe baiddy rnt. t genilk. 2 t I ear of ma.: fashioned of white organdy. daleSea: yoe bck ad font.Wit ~'with isaac rouad collar end sash; sleeves trim emblems, flat braid triumsig. laces* and *belt; med with rows of lace. sizes 6 to 14 yeas.n -. Parents-What a Sale! Ssecial Values Boys' Norfolk Suits in Booe. sEaetd sMiS cd g; reinforced $ 4950 MPt I .... _81.0 tity, and when teyaareasold wtts hardly.-likel -we will be able to secure more-to sell at this low -price-so be here early tomorrow to outfit W ai your boy.$2 .0 MM of durable geality Cheviets and Teed Mix teres; full regular eut sd -al- telleed. Fhai eat mlekerbecker pants. Stramto 16 yas. Boys' "Bltter value" Tw Teuaserite New $9.75, $12.75, $16.50at$ -All the newest spring ijfqstu, patteras and colorings, in simie and double-briuasted sits, with yoes le' -1 fa or Trlyetmsabprtn pocets and belt.. Suits that hae distinction of elame'asl styling' u woe.admss that any boy wbrodt easYOMd f ==4mse,debiet, Eatr Thsgopf tweeds and biu aes . Large. selecticofe thetee'sonBiand att 18 years.__giiga 9.0 $1.39 Seamless Sheets 72x90 -Size-."Run of' the MW" Sheets of good-wearing quality, the seamless Clr fNyBak kind thst housekeepers prefer; made of heavy , round thread cotton. 72x90 size for three-quar- an Tan ter beds. Subject to slight Imperfections, which do not impair serviceability. shs. ful ranua .e slag e cewten soft. aat. Des.,Petd 45x3 Blesbed Pinw Blo imers lare ls; ir-wve qaliy.ao, bs bSS e . ty r lag. Wotrne aeaeach .n. an 4 iung of pP AaHaat s A blooms, freek freedi F4ry Olibe F O -n LOW 4a Iist t. aW Roseuinsae .* BT"s Fers, :. Table EarneVkse. Easter Hats at $10.00, if distinctive styles and o Dam price. The new groups advantages of choosIng N-4lt ss . qps, whbe. UMMNGS: - in"k a flesh; aein w M gm wows. mereerisnd qq Fi7erie wear. Wothm a Fancy Pis .t 38,. 'l'assl 4041e Whit. afm" Vales xtr fine sheer, tw-str for waistsad dreiseW, as~ White N---mk a Sine ERaft ar ,ae &,,I n esatt s elm oYlt onk fia 111 C rs for daity ,n*. ate. W Osrich Clow wven. softg og Oelity. :h one personally selected 494d6 r, a. e. one minoerate pric-ten sheer gobweb &Ns for waists and dreams. for ....- o - p.s., yard, at 86e. For Wednesday-Au Important Sale of Women's Silk Hosiery Extra Special $ ..Of".-..' lr ' t. . . , . . . . $.00 Quifty Another of the remarkable Hosiery Events which have estabfhed a reputation for underselling for our Hosiery tent. One of the best-known makes on the market fshioned pure thread Silk Stockings of. excellent qualit in black, white, and a number of desirable color, with dble sole, heel and toe. Theae aft termed "sub-standards" owing to very .lght im pe'U ions, which do not affect the appearance or wearing quality. very low prims suggests buying for spring and summer needs in this . tomorrow. Women's Fiber Silk Hose, 50c Womens 1I.vy-welght Fiber and Silk Mixed Hose. mock seam back. havig the appearance of msilk when wor. Black and cordovan. Slight irregular weaves of $1.00 values. Women's "Kayser" Silk Hose, $2.95 Famous "Kayser" Brad ingrain Silk mose, witthppua "mar vel stripe," In plain black only. Silk all the way up. inleuding garter tops. Children's Socks, 29c Children's Mercerised Lisle Socks, plain white with colored rolled, fashioned tops; sixe 6 to 9%.: subject to alight imperfections. GeMe.beuws.-WiWst teser. $2.50 ColoredCrepe Meteor 40 inches wide, at $1.98 One of Fashion's favored weaves for .beautiful spring dresses-a heavy rich satin face quality, all pure silk, with the popular clinging finish, in such wanted shades as Henna, Navy Blue, Brown, Cadet, Copenhagen and Black. $1.25 Silk Poplin., $2.00 Sport Silk, 89c $1.79 36-tnc ColityBik Peplinas 3inch Srpe Spr ik, all wih.in a lare assortmbnto and ~pngrounds, with atyflik wned .street an evening shades, colored irpm ton's Foremost Dress Sale $32.50 and $39.75 Spring Dre88e8 sale, coming when so heed new -frocks for sses presents the smart the extreme of value wial Ar. ladm..ad Crepe de Chine Poket Twill' Ticleta New Blue, Gray, Rust, Modela, Tailoreid -Strig is, Braided Dreas., Corn -s, Beaded Efects and mimse and womn .........- 3z ise..