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Valley Society j Phone 7 ^ ■■II II ■ ■«' W EDNl J)AV CALE.N DA R Atednesday bridge club with Mr*. J. 1 ueker. El Jardm Friendly sot-iris with rs. H. I nderwood. El Jardin bridge club with Mr*. M. George. Iust-?ew with Mrs. George Hill* *iro» nsrille Mti«ie fluh has re nil at the Baptist churrii. 1;39 m. Business and Professional worn are to have their regular lunrh i at the FI Jardin, 13 in. All mhers are urged t« attend, to ru»* plans for the benefit dgr. • • • rs. McLauglilan onorcd By Guild mbei* of the Woman's Guild of •Chuieh of the Advent. Episcopal, |d with Mrs. Hugo Miltic Monday noon to pay tribute to Mrs. M. | Laughlin. mother of Mrs. Milde, he occasion of her e*arhty-si*‘.h hday. Mrs. W. B. Sudlow, ret r r.rr ident of the i.uild, presented | McLaughlin with a great Lou of red roses in token of the id's esteem. In her brief pre Htien --perch she endeavored to cm in a small measure the in ation that Mrs. McLaughlan's and work in the society and the ■rt h have meant to those who ■v her. if did also Mia. Georre ile, incoming president ef the d. the honeree re-perdirg wth c* w'>rd” inn eating h*r apprerii * gui d r<-e n Had tern decorated •»d roses for the occasion M'S. 'm served a refreshment course. • • • ' r<. Bailey To led Rot an Artist A. H Ri lev. tate - iTO or f ne arts, «hou!d choose * ■- t * ■ r :rr: a p<rf- • * *T sard Ro» n. V.'a-*o, fourder of Texa» Federation of Women * nnguiyhed • Juieidm« from all t* of t**e -ta'- when they met in la* on Jan. 10. rrs. Bailee w*. elr. tcd chairman he committee, and authorized tn | *i t the artist and mal» all neces j z arrangement- for the paint! >g hw portrait. Funds are to ha »d hv contr-hut:on# from tha iou« ri * •-1 riot •». tie p»e*ident net rha rmat to rollet the contrihu i rs. Ba'lev. 1e i|r>* heing art ■EP YOUR APPETITE YOUNG: '■ n L things you u ni to like disagree you, take a tablet of Tape £»sa i after a meal. It displa e* the r acid m the stomach, sweetens • od and digests it. The nour Jk from it produces good, ue and blood you gain rht and strength, and with that e* a healthy, \oulhfot rotor, housands of people v ho suffered i stomach trouble for year*, <*e Pape's iMapep1 in for their health and young apatite, can now eat anything they • t. That’s why .*> million pack * are used a veai. *iv druggist will supple veu t> th *•"* Diiprpsin, because it is indi sable in every home »»»»»»»»»»»»»»###»###»#####»#»## i chairman for the state federation, has long been interested in art, hav ing a number of fine paintings of her own. She also sponsored the Highland Park art gallery in Dal'as, and the club women consider her particular competent to handle the portrait of Mrs. Rotan. Mrs. Volney V. Tavlor of this city represented the Fifth District at the meeting, which took the form of a luncheon held at the home of Mrs. Bailey. • • • Mrs. Clow Honoree At Bridge Party A bridge luncheon was the delight ful hospitality with which Mrs. G. C. Ellis entertained Monday noon at h**r home honoring Mr*. R. J. • low, who i* leaving Brownsville to reside In bhawnce. Okla. The rooms were fragrant and bright with clusters of sweet peas j and loses which matched the warm sunshine without and gave an atmos phere of spring. A delicious three course luncheon was served after i which four table* of player* con- ■ tested at bridge. Mrs. Chuneey Reid wa« swarded high score and Mr*. E. Mrlnn s received consola tion. Mrs. Ellis sealed her compliment! t« Mrs, f low with a bunch of vel vet eo-tume flowers, * * • Rel>ekali> to Install Officers Tonight The Brownsville Kebeka* lode#. ! number -13, is to install new offi- j cers at a meeting at 7:30 p. m. Tues day, in the I. O. O. K. hall. Incom ing officers are Mrs. Dora J. Rry *nn. noble grand: Mr Altha Lock *rd, vice grand: R. C. Bryson, secre tary, and Mrs. J. K. Bull, treasurer.) Mr*. Margaret Campbell is the re- ! tiring not-le grand; Dora 1. Bryson, retiring vice grand; K. C. Bryson.' rrretarv. and Mi s Kate Dudley, treasurer. Mrs. Bryson, vi< e grand, mge* that all members he present at the meeting. Visiting sister* and broth er* are rordially invited. Methodist Circle^ 1 lave Study Meet < ircles of the Methodist miision I ary society met with their various host«*-c* Monday afternoon for Bible study and a discussion of mis sionary topics. Number One. of which Mrs. Sam Hughston is leader, met at the home of Mrs. C. N. Hill. Vi*, (i. S. Stell was appointed vice chairman of the circle, and Mrs. H. I.. Fitch sec re tary-rrea surer. Mrs. Hughston led the Bible study for the day. Ten members and two visitors were present at the meeting. Mrs. C. VV. ( olgin is to he next hostess to the circle. Mrs. .1. K. Lovett was hostess to her circle at the parsonage, with nine members present. Mrs. George Easterly was chosen as vice chair man. Mr*. 1". E. Morris secretary treat urcr. and Mrs. C. A. Roy heads the social service committee. Mrs. Easterly led the Bible legion, and Mrs. Lovett conducted a discussion of mis?ionary topics. Mr*. Morns is to be next hoiteti. Circle Number Three, with six members and two visitors m attend ance, met in the church parlor, with Mr*. Nathan Moore, chairman, as ho-ter* Mi>. Emil Blank k was eho.cn for the post of iccretary tr«a*urer. Mrs. t laude Mary led the. Bible study, and Mrs. ( . W, Watson the talk on nussionaiy topics. The Young Matrons' circle, which met with Mrs. R. E. Green, had thirteen members and five visitors in attendance. Mrs. I. E. Taylor was selected secretary-treasurer for .the coming vear. Mrs. Harry Faulk will be horte.-s to the circle at the I next meeting. WESLACO ■ " * PAN-HELLENIC The Pan-Hellenic asioc.ation met | Saturday at the i ortes hotel for luncheon followed by bridge. Wes I laco members were hostesses to the organisation. The decorations were in roses, a basket of red roses he I ing pla<ed on each table. In the j games of bridge Miss Tipton of ; Brownsville won the honor store and Mr* Lauderdale of Mercedes held I low. Mr*. R. Newell Waters sang I during the afternoon and Mias | I helms Smith gave a reading The I ' e a meeting w ill he held ip Mission 1 tpnl II. Weslaco member* are: I Mesdamc* Torn Gwillim, L. W. Yales, V ,C. Thompson, E. P. Wil liam*, C. M. Sherrill, F. D. Brew iter. Tom Bruton; Misses Thelma Smith. Gertie Whitehurst and Eliza beth Cuzzort. There wera forty seven members present. riANO recital' An entertainment was given Fri day evening in the piano recital of the pupils of Tarks Goodey at the Presbyterian church. Mr. Goodey states that the same rcital will be given in several weeks at Harlingen, no definite date however being set Another recital recital will be given here in six week? at the Presbyter ian church, according to Mr. Goodey. The following numbers were pre sented: Mis* Helen Flynn of Har Ingen—Rondo < apriccioso. Mendels sohn; Mi si Billie Shepherd of Mc Allen—Rain in Spring. Kern; M ss Lucile Stringer of Harlingen—Sweet heart April. Grey; Master Bennett Stolz of Weslaco—Etude. Schytte and Over the Treetops, Brawshaw; Miss Ollie Mae Reneau of Weslaco— On the River. Renk; Miss Bessie Pearce of Harlingen—Marie Antoin ette. Arcliffc; Miss Kathryn Stol* of Weslaco—Novellett® Op. 99 No. 9. Schumann, and The Two Larks. Les < hetizky; Miss Jane Walron of Har lingen- Valse Caprice, Rogers; Mis? Helen Flvnn of Harlingen— Nocturne, Kursteir.er and Czardas, MacDowell. • • • TAYLOR-GAFFEY Word has been received here of the marriage of Miss Lillian Doris Taylor to Mr. T. Tat Car fey, of Duck Hill, Miss. Mrs. Caffejr is well known here, having formerly lived in Wes laco and having visited here sever*: months lajt summer with her sister, Mrs. Clifton Davenport. The mar riage took place December 21 at Winona, Miss. The young couple will be at home at Duck Hill, bhe is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. 1 ayior also of Duck Hill. • * * MRS. STEBB1.NS HOSTESS .Mrs. Harry Stebbins entertained guests and members of the Llano Grande bridge club at her home Eri day afternoon. The tally cards and floral decorations were of spring flowers. Mr*. R. A. Rowland won me high score and Mrs. Carl Moel ler won second high. Refreshments were served. • • • LION ANNIVERSARY A delightful affair was the Lions dub charter anniversary night at the 1 ortez hotel Friday evening. This "*> a guc t night and the members brought their friends. Dancing, bridge and "42” were enjoyed after the delicious banquet. V. M. Sut phen ua stoa.tmaster. An interest ing program was provided and was carried out during the banquet. • • • PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Julius Erosh and guest. Alex Erosh of Houston and Miss Sarah Levin spent Sunday in Brownsville and Matamoro*. Mrs. Oliver Swinnca and daughter, Olhe Mae, and Mrs. Douglas Maul din and son. J. W., were shopping in McAllen Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Richcreck re turned Sunday afternoon from Aus tin where they spent several days la&t week. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Coray and fam ily arrived Monday from Ventura. ( alifornia and expect to make their home here. They are stopping at the Cortez hotel. Rev. and Mrs. Leslie Boone and children of Raymondvtlle were guests at the A. C. LaDuke home Wednesday of last week. Mr*. Lhie Cook of Bloomington, Indiana arrived Saturday evening to ' if it a month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lon Perkins. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Riel and daughter, .Miriam of Brownsville, and Mr and Mr*. M. L. Walker and ion*. Glenn and Curti.v of San Be i ito. were Sundry guests at the A. Hemsa home. Mr. i»r.d Mrs. W F. Andre* of Poma. Ohio, arrived in Weslaco Mon day. < . J. W angler of Ban Antonio was a Sunday guru at the H. J. Grap j erhause home. Alex Froih of Houston left Mon day after visiting the past week at the Julius Frosh home. Mr. and Mrs. J. Scott Robertson of Ban Benito spent Sunday with ihnr parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Robertson. H. C. Hough left Monday on sev eral days' trip to Ban Antonio. Mia* Gertrude Delp of Harlingen who ha? leen ill is now improving and is vi>iting at the J. H. Beasley home here. Bupt. ard Mr*. K. F Chamnevi and son. E. 0., spent Saturday in Ldmburg. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Ducklcberg snd two sons who came here recently from Indiana and have been visiting their parents. Mr. and I rs. T. A. Mauck. ha>« moved to Brownsville. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Punkleberg and to Oklahoma Saturday after several weeks business visit here. We Thank You.... Semi-Yearly Clearance opened with a crand ru>li . . . and wc wi-h to thank you women oi the \ alley who have made lhi> event .... and every previous one,|o successful. S * We apologize to you who did not receive suf ficient attention . . . and hope you will bear v\ ith us. if you did not get the customary sen ice so popular with Libby’s . . . come to the sale every day . . . there will be added features a.v the sale progresses. .. ..I . ■ ■■' ■■■ - ----- - - . ".■...■»■« - JUST AMONG US GIRLS I j I hated to vearthit ? dnets to so outcy | ^'b/le * % T dcnb x^onderthaib t 'S as lcn<£ as vou took, bo drerc / _ES8 ! NEWS 1 | BRIEFS j **#»*#«♦##*#»#**»»****«»»»»»#»»* Jan. 15.—<A*>— PARIS, Tex.—William Ramsey, 79. Detroit, Tex., merchant, died in a 1 Paris hospital from injuries received Sunday when struck by an automo bile. He is survived by a son, W. | Signor Ramsey, of Detroit. FORT WORTh! Tex.—The last pony express passed through Fort j Worth yesterday. Attired in the pic- j turesque garb of the old western cowboy and riding his second horse since leaving Artesia, N. M., start ing point of the 2,7oO-mile ride, I). L. Hull, stopped tong enough to spin a few yarns of his journey and took ; the trail for Scranton, Pa. FORT WORTH. Tex.—Called from bis home last uight by two men who parked their automobile in front of his residence. W. L. Hammock, was slugged and left unconscious m the street. BERKELEY, Cal.—A total of 427. 099 persons saw the ten games ; played by the University of Califor- I ma's 192R football team, setting a new all-time attendance record. The previous record was 410,760, set in 1927. CLEVELAND, O.—Road building a 1 few yeari ago concerned the county, city, itate and nation; today it con- I cerns all nations and has, therefore, become an international proposition, R. Keith Compton, president of the American Road Builders’ Association, declared in an address here at the opening of the 26th annual conven tion of the association today. NATAL. Brazil—The Peruvian good will fliers, Carlos .Martinez de Pini llos and Lieut. Carlos Zagarra. left Natal this morning on an 8uo-milc hop to Maranhao along the northern Brazilian coast line. The fliers who have been visiting numerous Lat.n American cities hope eventually to fly to New York. HAVANA—The United States army fokker transport plane which arriv ed here yesterday from McCook Field. Dayton, with Major Paul Block. I.ieuts. George McDonald and Dwigh' Canfield, left (amp Columbia Field this morning en route to France Field, Panama. AUSTIN. Tex!—Dr. T. O. Walton, president of Texas A. & M. college, today asked the senate finance com mittee for an emergency appropria tion of $527,500. He sought $300,000 for construction of two dormitories, and $25,000 for facilities which he said were necessary before the new library building could be used. riTTSBU'RG. Kas.—Frankie Ci vela, Kansas City, died in a hospital today of concussion of the brain re ceived in a boxing contest here last nr ht. He never regained conscious n ss from a knockout blow. DUBLIN. Irish Free State—Three youths and three girls were drowned off Kossmuth. Connemaia. Galway. ■ t night while returning from a *a-cr. Their boat, which apparentlv i.~d capsized, washed ashore with a iris shawl and two cap*, but with no other tract of the ill-fated party. WASHINGTON — Two important i advance* in the feminist movement •luring the past year were cited hy Miss Mabel Vernon, executive secre tary of the National Woman's Party, ill her annual report to the national rnuncil which today convened here I These achievements, she said, were * the creation of the inter-American ; commission of women and the rec- ' ogmtion of equal rights as a nations ; policy. MEXICO CITY—El Universal said j .oday that eight insurgents had been ^ killed in attempting to ambush fed- , eral forces near Poncitlan, Slate of , Jalisco. An insurgent chieftain at f nas. State of Guanajuato, demanded . 0,000 pesos i $25,000) ransom for the < Mexican millionaire Ugalde Varga' of Queretaro who was captured re cently. Federal troops are pursuing the kidnapers. MEXICO CITY. Jaa. 15.—President Porte a Gil, having recovered from an attack of grippe, has returned t« the capital from Cuautla, State of | Guerrero. The president said F* was determined that strict justict would be meted out to those respon sible for the killing of Julio Antoxuo Mella, Cuban student agitator. JACKSONVILLE. Fla.—A brother of laei Norton, former Jacksonville girl who wav a beneficiary under the will of Arnold Rethstein, lam New ^ork gambler, has been sussing five days, according to police beta. The brother. S. L. Smith, employe of a motor car company, was. sent last Saturday in a new car to Miami. The car was found wrecked near Pom pano. HOLLYWOOD—The Examiner said in a copyright story today that Bebc Daniels and Ben Lyon, screen stars, are to be married in the near future, and that the engagement will be an nounced early next week by Mrs. Phillis Daniels, mother of the motion picture actress. Neither Miss Dan iels nor Lyon ever have been mar ried. Real Estate I Transfers REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS . (Furnished by Valley Abstract Co.) Cameron County H. T. Ramsey, Lola Rainsey to J. R. Hilcoxon. lot 9. blk. 119, original townsite Harlingen, <3,310. Cameron Co. I.br. Co. to A. R. Cov ington. lot 43. block 5. Cpanish Acres subdivision. Harlingen, $10 etc. J. M. Longfellow to Amos Daniels and Kata M. Daniels. 6 acres out of D. S. lubd., block 46. $410. Los Ebanos Estates, Inc. to Jose B. Calderoni. lot 2. block 6. Los Eb \ anos addition, Brownsville, $12515. Pert Isabel Irrig. Co. to R. R. I Ragan, block 3$. 11.11 acres E. 8. grant, Tort Isabel Irrig. Co., share 32, $13,300. Robert and Johanna Graiderer to American Ld Co. of Texas, lots 25 and 2*. Survey 137, Stua-t Place subd.. *10 et<*. Hipolito Tamaxe. Jr., ot al, to Eduardo Drive, lots 25* and 231. Celonia Victoria, Brown«viile. $3,500. Josa B. talderoni to Taylor Lum ber o.. lot 2. block 6. Los Ebanos addition. Brownsville. $1*00. Hidalgo County Er'fie A. Sehlensig to H. B. Beatt> et al. N. 1-2 lot 13, blk. 1, Hammons subd.. porcion 61 to 64. $!0 etc. F. W. Watts et ux to Arthur Beck with. S. 1-2 of b’.k. 10. Yal Verde. ! $3,500. Central Trust C®. to A. F. F>arnes. | 13.41 acres being N. part of lot 88. ‘ Hoit grant, *10 etc. flsa Townsite Co. to G. C. Fid monds. VV. 25 feet of lot 12. all 1 »t I 13. blk. 84. Elsa, *10 ®tc. E. E. Duncan to W. M Glasgow. 70 .acres being E. 1 2 of blk. 147, La Blanca, $10 etc. McAllen Theaters to Hidalgo The ! aterr, lots "lO-tO an <!. block 4 *, Weslaco, $5,233.31. P. C. Burford to H. B. Reattv. 1 lot 21. blk. 1. Hammond Tr., $10 etc. \ Southwest Sec. Co. to Myrtle E I Guthrie, N. 13.88 acres out of lot 13, sec. 277, Tex.-Hex., $10 etc. G. A. Anderson to P. C. Burford, j lot 21. blk. 1, Hammond Tr.. $10 etc. H. G. Beatty to J. Trevnor, lot 21 blk. 1, Hammond, $10 etc. Irvin Schlensig to H. G. Beatty, lot i, blk. 33. McAllen. $10 etc. John Gil! et nx to W. J. Standi fer. lot 15-16. blk. 54. Pharr, $10 etc. T. W. and Blanche Do.>tcr to J. B. Mills, Tr.. W. 40 feet of lots 1-2. bik. It, Mercedes. $10 etc. C. H. Swallow et u\ to Clyde Ten , nis Land Co., blk. 21. Hill Halbert. Robert Johnson to W. S. Wright. 10 acres of blk. 1, Jennie Redfield subd., $10 etc. Anna L. Cook et al to Glenn L. Revnolda, lot 38, Hoit tract, $10 etc. Wellington B. Swartr to J. C. Kn gelman, Jr.. 5 acres out of lot 3, | blk. *. La Donna. How Doctors Treat Colds and the Flu l1. _ A: To break np a cold overnight or ! to cut short an attack of grippe, influena. tore ihioat or tonsilitis. physician* and druggist# are now recommending Calolabs. the puri fied ant refined calomel compound tablet that give* you the effects of calomel and salta combined, with out the unpleasant effects of either. One or two Calolabs at bed-time with a swallow of water—that's I all. No salts, no nausea nor the-' | slightest inierference with your eating, work or pleasure. Next morning jour cold has vanished, your system is thoroughly purified and you are feeling fir* with * hearty appetite for breakfast. Eat what you please,—no danger. d Get a family package, containing full directions, only 55 cent*. At anv drug store.—Adv, — I Bt MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE The l seful Sweet Potato S'veet potatoes permit of a variety i of methods of serving ;.nd they blend well with meat, fish and fowl. Store ! sweet potatoes in a dry, cool place and try to prevent them from bruu [ ins as they will then soften and need to bo discarded. Servo mashed sweet potatoes with roast pork or veal. Today'* Bill of Fare Breakfast Chilled Oranges M heat Cereal and Date* Scrambled Egg' Buttered Toast Coffee Luncheon Cteamed « arrots Graham Brea I Orange M’rmslad* Fruit Cookies Tea Dinner f reel# Macaroni Loaf Buttered Green Beans Bread Butler W atermelon Pickles Head T.etlure Russian Dressing Chocolate Pie Coffee VALLEY BAND LEADERS TO GO TO STATE MEET j f?neeial to The Hcrahl> i SAN* BENITO. Jan. 15.-Five Val i ley band leaders will leave by auto- ] mobile Thursday of th s week for j j Dallas, where they will attend the I State Bandmasters' Association meet I sng. These who will go aie T. Ralph | Willis, San Benito: Joe I .yds , Hat j lingen; W. K. Rhodes. McAllen; Ed ; Onstot, Fdinburg, and Ralph Shrad er. Mission. The state organisation mee*s Jan-j uary IK and 19. This is the first j year the South Texas Bandmasters'! I Association has been a part of the | | state body, this action resulting from i j the last convention of the South ; Texas Chamber of Commerce. —... J ROME—The wedding of Purer j Christopher of Greece and Primes* Francoiie of France will take place at Palermo on Feb. 11. Chocolate Pie Filling for On« Pi* (Serving 6) - squares chocolate, n#!te«l; 2-3 cup sugar; 5 table*peons flour; 1-8 teaspoon salt; 1 cup milk; 1 cup water; 2 egg yolks; 1 ttaspoor. vanilla. Melt the chocolate in the upper part of a double boiler, add the *-tg*r and when well blended, add the lour and salt and mix thoroughly. Add the irulk. water and egg yolks. < ook in a double boiler until the f'll'ng become* very thick and creamy. Stir frequently about 20 minute* tc- thicken. Add the vanilla and pour into a baked pie shell, t over with the meringue. Scrambled fggs, Serving Fnor 4 eggs; 4 tablespoons milk; 1-2 teaspoon salt; 1-4 teaspoon paprika; 3 tablespoons butter. Beat the eggs and add the milk, salt and paprika. Beat for 2 min utes. Place the butter in a frying pan; when hot. add the egg mixture. « ook very slowly, and stir constant ly until the mixture thickens and becomes creamy. Lightly pour onto * f rv'ng l,’aItfr »nd serve at once. EXCESS ACID SICKENS - GET RID OF IT! hour stomach, indigestion, gaa. These are sign* which usually mean just one thing: excess acid. The stomach nerve* have been over stimulated. Too much arid ia making food sour in the stomach and intes tine*. The way to correct excess acid Is with an alkali. The best for mof alkali for this purpose is Phillips. Milk o£ Magne ia. Just take a spoonful of this ha-niles?. almost tasteless prepara tion in a glass of water. It works in stantly. The stomach heeomes sweet. You are hsprv again in five minutes! Your heartburn, gas, headache, biliousness or indigestion has van. ished! Know Phillip* Milk of Magnesia ani vou're through with crude nieth. «<d* forever. It is the pleasant way — the efficient wav to alkalinize the system: to relieve the effects of ov rr-aciditv. Phillip* M'lk of Magnesia ha* been standard with doctoi* for over 50 years. 25c and 50c bottles at *1! drug stores. Be sure you get the genuine. • Milk of Magne -ia** ha* been the T*. S. T!cgistered trade mark of the Chas. H Phillips Chemical To. and if* predecessor, Thas. H. Hi Wipe, since 1875, *-.' - - ■* and you'll never miss sweets that make you fiat” . ' (jp4s**,x^ I/ INSTEAD of eating between meals .. ri f * instead of fattening sweets... beautiful /■ women keep youthful slenderness these Chsnmmg Nation days by smoking Luckies. The smartest Picture Sur and loveliest women of the modem stage take this means of keeping slender . . . when others nibble fattening sw eets, they light a Lucky! Lucky Strike is a delightful blend of the world’s finest tobaccos. These tobaccos are toasted—a costly extra process which develops and improves the flavor. That’s .—i w’hy Luckies are a delightful alternative for fattening sweets. That’s why there’s real health in Lucky Strike. That’s why folks say: “It’s good to smoke Luckies.” For years this has been no secret to those men who keep fit and trim. 1 hey know that Luckies steady their nerv es and do not harm their physical condition. They know that Lucky Strike is the favor ite cigarette of many prominent athletes, who must keep in good shape. They re spect the opinions of 20,679 physicians who maintain that Luckies are less irri tating to the throat than other cigarettes. A reasonable proportion of sugar in the diet is recommended, but the authorities Constance are ov erwhelming that too many fatten- _ Talmadpe, ing sw eets are harmful and that too many pSure Star*011 such are eaten by the American people. So, for moderation’s sake we say;— “REACH FOR A LUCKY I \ INSTEAD OF A SWEET.’’ It’s toasted sgtii- j No Throat Irritation-No Cough. " of a sweet. CoaM to ctuut radio hock*ip every Saturday night through the National Broadcasting Company ’s network. The lucky Stnke Dance Orchestra in "The T«ne* that made Broadway, Broadway."