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The Spokane woman. [volume] (Spokane, Wash.) 1921-1935, October 14, 1926, Image 10

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Cruising the Mediterranean
By Margaret Paine,
SEVILLE, SPAIN
An early start from the boat was
necessary to make the four-hour trip
by rail from Cadiz to Seville. It was
a crystalline day with golden sunshine
and the bluest of blue skies. We sped
through orange groves and past vine
yards and skirted olive orchards, on
through a fertile country suggestive
of the agricultural sections of Califor
nia. Ahead of us, terminating the rich
plain, were ranges of high rugged
mountains. Besides interest in Span
ish landscape, there was the coqmisr
attraction of our imitial ride im a En
ropean railway car with s [email protected]
gsion of compariments and the side
aisle.
It was after moon whez our tmin
reached Seville and the comsuming of
luncheon at the Hotel 4 Anglegerre
seemed an almost unbearable delay o
the travelers who were eager to make
the most of their very short time in
Seville, especially since their interest
had been augmented by a glimpse of
the Giralda, the high tower adjoining
the Cathedral, which occupies a com
manding position in the center of the
city. Uncovered victorias drawn by
well-groomed horses took us around
the city for the afternoon. Everything
about the city was picturesque and
lovely. Even the business section was
dotted with open squares filled with
green grass and trees. None of the
buildings were very tall and the fre.
quent patches of parking made the
prospect very pleasing. Out on the
edge of the city, there was, in the
process of being constructed, a semi
circle of very beautiful buildings
which were to be used for an indus
trial exposition the following year.
GGardens and pools had been laid out
in front of the buildings most effec
tively. After driving through a park
filled with hundreds of over-arching
trees of various kinds, we came upon
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some very finme govermmenmis. M
ings. the names of some of which we
were unable to ascertain om sewuuns
of our guess work translitien of aur
driver's Spanish Retwruing t e
center of the city we drowe alung tile
banks of the Quudalipuiver Rivar
which gives the wttive shipping of
Seville an outlet to the sen.
After an aftermonn of anbicipwiiom
we stopped o see e greut Cutiwdral
secomd T sige to omiy ene gl Chnte
tizg edifice. smd thas . Tuour's N
Rome. On enfering, the oomensdons
amed psPirimg propertions off the wioii
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it amd Sl sealites Bi ewn Bolenuess
The Buge. fMuted stome colimas ik
llke the truniks of great uees The
carvings i aluhmster. grugr stons amd
waons andd e Brense grilliwerek st tle
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exyuisite examples of Sixteenth Cen
tary Remaissunce sad Seventeeanl Cen
tary ltalisn Selonl Hall way down: t
right aisle is the momument to Chris
topher Columbus surmeuntad by foa
allegorical fignres in Broase Dearing
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Palace—First Floor
ELMER H. BARTLETT
County Auditor
REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR RE-ELECTION
25% increase of business, but a reduction in cost of running office.
A Saturday afternoon service for issuing Automobile Licenses, saving coun
try patrons time and expense of extra trip to city.
Economy—Courtesy—Service
SPOKANE WOMAN
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muntad remadns of e great exploner.
Wiy ladnernd. chagmels comtiain mamy vabe
abie madiniings and peces ol scwlptare.
seme of the worls of Wanlla, of Zar
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aowny iy e ineasupy off e Catdedral,
whel (B gipeaed o sion, ATe WEARY
saovend mmilos wnd wery valzable gold
ai siiver ohjects emrusted with
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The Wisemr am ol Woorisk palace
witdiziy, mivalls dhe Alhsmbrs iz beauty
dugh ek Op sime. was entered
siangh & lange ameld ender which ran
¢ cobbivstomed [email protected] A large door
waw guasdsd Dr 3 lveried footman
hewd %o ngger spartments which
femead ame off the pressat royal resi
dences amd chamced to be occupied
wisn we were there Beyond the
main airTeaee-WaEY ome open court ol
putin joined amother in a display o
marted Moorish arches. delicate stone
srpeeries and brilliantly colored stone
walls made of tiles of complicated de
sign. Formal gardens surrounding the
palsce wWere a mass of trees an
Thursday, October 14, 1926
<hrubs blocked off by prim paths and
fountain-centered squares of tiling.
At the end of the official sight-see
inz our carriages pulled up in front
of & most fascinating shop on a pic-
of a most fascinating shop on a pic
turesquely narrow street in the shad
ow of the Giralda, where little Spanish
voys wearing the characteristic dark
blue beret on their heads watched the
toreigners., Over the wrought iron
railing of a small upper balcony a
gay Spanish shawl had been flung. In
side, our eves were dazzled by the rich
colors of scores of heavily embroid
ered shawls. Many of them were very
valuable old ones formerly belonging
to wealthy families anq now more
heautiful because of the glamor of ro-
mance about them., Many of our com
panions proudly bore away real Span
ish shawls from romantic Seville. We
were unable to decide upon one and
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A Special
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For Women— |
You are cordially
invited to consult
with Mrs. Emilie
H. Burcham, direc
tor of our Women's
Department. She
will gladly advise
with women re
garding Banking,
Investment, Thrift
and Trust prob
lems that are han
dled by this special
department.
The
Old National Bank
& Union Trust Co.
of Spokane
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