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Tuesday, February 7, 1933
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THE BAKERSFJELD CAL1FORN1AN, TUESDAY, FEBRUAHY 7, 11)33 SOG REVIEWS PLEASE LARGE AUD Oildale Community Club Will Convene Members of thn North of the niver Association will hold a dinner meet[ Ing Wednesday night at the Oildalc, Community Club, when Hugh S. j Pomeroy of the Kern County Planning ,, ,-11 i \t \ 'Commission will speak on HIP sub- Mrs, (..InrkC and MI'S. Allies j eot O f the proposed new highway. . 1 The meeting will commence at 7 o'clock, and Warren Stockton, president, will conduct tho session. Discuss Laic Novels for B. P. W. C. Meet Wednesday Night Business Session to Complete Plans Miss Carter Honored Miss May Carter, bride-elect of Inland Tyre of L,akeport, Calif., was tho - j'honoreo at a miscellaneous shower for I given by tho members of her class of I tho First Christian Church, recently at the homo of Miss Huth Cary, 2009 Forest street. Shore verses revealed • tho hiding places of the gifts, the 'verses being tied to potted plants lleviews of two late novels wcro; presented liiHi night by Mrs. Owlght j \j. Clarke nnd .Mrs. Alfred A men to j more than :i rajmolty crowd at. the | women's rest house mi I street, mi- j dor auspices of the Business and Pro- , fesstonal Women's Club book section, i Both were done with consummate skill, giving pleasure to the largo , group of book enthusiasts present. TO CABARET PARTY >',an, for a br.dge-dansant, Italian 1 version of dinner, Initiation and March dance , tho evening, with prizes going to Mrs. will bo made Wednesday night when i Harry Wilson, Miss Eileen Snyder aiid ,. •_,. , j. .. i . , .... _. . «.- ____ . Allue T^m-nf Viv fHut the Phi Chi fraternity moots In regular sessfon at tho fraternity house, 1211 I* street. Nomination of officers will take place with election following ono week later. There will be a review of a snow Speaking of James Gould dozens' ti „«,„.. p n ,,] PB n , 1f l Annnrnmo i party at Frazler M°"nt"'n P' irk . "The iJisi Adam," Mrs. Clarke said: «"gSa\\ I. UWSICS ami AliagrdlllS | Sunday, with Peto Meiers nnd Bill Also to Divert Guests at Coming Fete "In Mr. Cojizens' work there Is a strength thiit must ho Inherent In the author himself, for it Is duu to something more than merely the fine prone In which he clothes his stories. There j , n <„.„„,. tlmt pvory „„„ Is force, and a drive In his writing < tpn(] ., mny ,, c K , lnrnn teed which Indicates a reinarknhle vitality I t | m( , tho ,, s i, ftrs O f the ttnkorsfleld In the man himself. To quote Joseph I Roman's Club who will he hostesses .Fackson. Chronicle; reviewer, 'Tie is j at a cn ), a ,. e t dance on Saturday ove- csscntlally a romantic writer, yet real- ! nlng, February 25, have arranged a Miss Dorothy Gist. Refreshments were served at the who at- a good 1st enough to take the world as it Is, i ca rd party to ho hold In connection 10 show that world to his readers In | with the rest of tho fun planned for terms sometimes violently realistic.' j that evenlnff. Auction, contract and Thin word violent is particularly apro- | five hundred will lie played and n pos because Mr. Cozzens docs violence i popular feature, of tho party Is that. 10 a reverence and admiration felt j ench table will pivot. The hostesses quite strongly by me personally—for | plan to have a prlzo for each table, ihe many fine -e!f-Kacrlflclng men of > Kven those guests who might not the finest Idea is, that 1 have, known i care to participate In thn dancing or in the medical profession. ' cards will have a good time at their "This central character In "The j tables If they caro too, for this Ijist Adam" IK Doctor George Bull. ; thoughtful hostesses are providing .Since there have heen In the pioneer! jlgsnw puzzles and anagrams for Mays in Americii plenty of village doc- ; those who like tn Indulge In their Kirs who actually were heroic figures, j popular Indoor sports. it might seem a hit too bad to have j A cabaret bill of entertainment Is Mr. Cozzens choose to Immortalize in i being planned that will also prove di- urlnt one who so palpably Is not, verting to those who wish to spend heroic. It seems tn me that many of an amusing evening, according to Mrs. ihe modern authors are trying to make us believe that because fine characters are In the minority in this world, this fact actually urges them | nounced. nut of existence, makes ghosts of them. They are not real enough, oven to write about. Original Talent "Tho penetrating and original talent which is Mr. Cozzen'n. shows Itself In extremely well-drawn characterizations. His story is interesting, Uls characters unforgettable. Ho apparently possesses keen observation and unerring inslpht. With a small (own as u setting, the time tho pres- '. "nt, and the characters the people of j the town, his deft_ handling takes j .lust simple town-happenings Dunham making the report. The hrldge-dansant date and place probably will be fixed lit this time, according to Mathew Hothersall, Karl Ahnian and T-eHoy Flndlay, committee i In charge. Announcement will be madn of an Italian dinner February 22, arrangements for which are In tho hands of Mam-el Outhrle, Joe Collins and Kenneth TTron. Initiation for an early Delta Theta Tau Meeting ! Echoes of a province convention at Hotel Ambassador January 28 and 29 i will bo heard Wednesday night when j the Delta Thcta Tau sorority meets I In regular session at the home of the president, Miss Allco Heber. Tho last affair enjoyed by tho girls was a brldgo party at tho homo of Mrs. Phil Hle.kox In Highland Park, with Miss Heber as cohostess. A prize for being the last to hold 80 honors and make game, was won by Mrs. Leonard Thompson. An award for being tho last player to take a trick with' a two-spot was won by Miss Geraldlno Hall. Mlsa Edytho Bandettlnl won the special prize. A public card party Is being discussed for March 2, Miss Josephine Seaman Gives Vivid Talk Before Kern Club Women being arranged by Mancel Joe Collins and Kenneth date, is Outhrle, Uren. On Wednesday night entertainment will be presented by the pledges, John Twadoll, Lee Galland and Randolph Kalloch. / Walter Normanly will preside. close of tho evening, In small Imitation flower pots with plants In the center. Cellophane rice hags served as favors, each bearing tho names of the betrothed pair on small red hearts. Those present, besides tho honoroo and hostesses, wcro: Mesdames— Leonard Thomas C. W. Carter H. E. Hawkins O. A. Cary Harry Wilson Misses— Elizabeth Ageu Luclnda Wolver- Pearl Love ton Alberta Miller Pauline Love Dorothy (tlst LeOra Miller Madeline Hanson Flora Goodman Evelyn Baldwin Dorothy Brlggs Tone Preston May Carter Evelyn Hawkins Klleen Snyder Eloiso Brown j • • • in South ' ' Here for Week Misses Helen Hill and Dorothy \ Mrs. Frank Bushell of Oakland Is a Somervllle were week-end visitors In , guest this week of Mrs. George Bush- Los Angeles. Boys Enjoy Party When Bobby Lane, the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lane, 2825 California avenue, celebrated his eleventh birthday anniversary at a party recently, a group of playmates shared the occasion. Hamburgers and "hot dogs" were served at conclusion of exciting games. A birthday cake was also served. Those attending Included: Richard Curry Francis Curry Donald Hathaway 13Hwyn Ross Jack Trout Richard Dennln If 11, 1717 BenJo avenue. Oscar Winding, chairman of the com- ' Extensive plans are being made for mlttco In charge. Supper Is Included i a series of meetings at First Baptist in tho admission charge, It is an- 'Church from February 12 to March C, I in charge of Harry W. Vom Bruch 'and his evangelistic party. The. meetings will be each night except Monday, at 7:"0 o'clock at the new church, and will also occur on the Sunday mornings and evenings of ANNEXVICIORIES; VALUETOBEARGUED Two polished debaters from Weber '• "Resolved that Motion Pictures as Junior College, Utah, evened an old"(Now Conducted Are Detrimental to Benefit Play to Be Given Friday Night A benefit play, "The Old-F.ishloned Mother," will be presented by the Senior Christian Endeavor Society of the First Christian Church under tho auspices of the Standard School Parent Teacher Association on Friday night at 8 o'clock. The play, a throe-act drama, has and i been offered In several localities and score with Bakersfleld Junior College teams yesterday afternoon and evening when they won both sides of a dual debate with local speakers. Glen Bybcc and Robert Peterson, the Utah speakers, were successful In their de- weaves a story which carries suspense and Interest until thend The novel Is carefully planned, overy device used to show us tho town an n whole. We sec the hidden relations, the Jealousies and prejudices, tho miserl«s nnd ecstacies of many contrasting people. "The book Is cumulative and dramatic," she said in concluding her Introduction, and launched Into a spirited review of the happenings, which kept her listeners at close attention. "Peking Picnic" (Ann Bridge) emerged from Mrs. Ames 1 critical analysis as literary diet for "those who It has been received enthusiastically. tho period of the special services. Special and unusual music is planned. GARDEN CLUB MEET GIVEN 10 the American People" will be tho subject of a debate Wednesday evening at 7:45 o'clock at the chapel of VALENTINE PARTY DATED TAFT, Feb. 7.— Tho Missouri Club held an all-day meeting at the homo of Mrs. Hester Argent. A covered dish luncheon was served at noon. Quilt- Ing was done for the hostess. The next meeting will be a Valentine party at tho home of Mrs. Florence Gregory, 100 Rose avenue, February 17. Thodo attending tho meeting were Mesdamos Agnes Bailey, Bessie Kofahl and daughter, Florence Gregory and son, Blanch Parrent and son, Amy Faughn, Kdna ICvans, Opal Beas, Emma Ijowo, Jewel Cooper and son, like to meet civilized people In books | and the hostess, Mrs. Hester Argent. placed In strange, beautiful environ- Now members were Mesdames Grace ment, and to savor with them, ex- ' Davis. Brnnnort, Kruhn, Bryant, Anna (Continued nnragr Eleven) Zimmerman. Mrs. I were visitors. Dennis and son nouncemcnt of war debt cancelatlon during the afternoon, winning the decision of an expert Judge over Miss Isabello Hanawalt and George Poeh- uer, then during the evening meeting were just as successful in their pleas for eancelation, this time getting the verdict over William Tlvnon and Harry Miller of Bakersfleld. Tho double victory for AVeber J. C. "cancelled" two victories scored by Bakersfleld J. C. representatives In past meetings between the schools, instructive meeting f.f the Bak- when first Miss Floyl Cook and James the Church of the Latter-day Saints. The gathering will be under auspices of the Young Ladles' and Young Men's Mutual Improvement Association. Junior college and high school debaters will present the program. Julius Bayne, chairman and Carrol McMahan, are In charge of the evening. Affirmative debaters Include Miss Marie Nichols, Miss Dorothy Doyle- and Jessee Jones. Negative are Mlsa Dorothy Hanawalt, Miss Doris Hancock and Dave Goldberg. DELANO, Feb. 7.—Holding the close attention of her audience for nearly two hours, Miss Josephine Seaman of La Jolla, vlco-pi-esldent of the California Federation of Woman's Clubs and chairman of the literature section, spoke before the Kern County Federation of Clubs on Monday aft- erson. The federation mot here on Monday at the local clubhouse In an all-day session, with Mrs. W. H. Jahant of Wnsco, county president, pre- i siding. Business and reports of presidents of clubs making up the federation occupied the morning session. After luncheon department chairmen reported until the arrival of Miss Seaman from Fresno. Mrs. Jahnnt Introduced the speaker, who announced her subject as "Young Folk tn New Russia." She dealt with three classes of children and young people whom she designated as "tho protected," the _ "unprotected," and "sons and daughters, unasslgned." Forceful, dynamic, eloquent, and with a wealth of Information gleaned from reading some 32 books on Russia, Miss Seaman classified the youth of Russia. Children Aided Tho protected children, she said, are taken from their mothers who are busy In Industry or otherwise engaged In work, for the major part of the day, and kept In nurseries, where tho ; mother comes to feed the child at noon and takes It home at night. Thn i next step Is the kindergarten copied ' from America or Germany, then later j the grade schoola. '"A great change," I she said, "has come over the Soviet government during the last few years. It Is encouraging the boys and girls to enter the universities for scientific study, for they are finding It too costlj to Import foreigners for such supervision." These protected children also receive two other kinds of education through the organization called the "Pioneers," corresponding to Scouts admitting ages 7 to 14; and the Kom- somols, for young people 15 to 25. The FRATERNAL El Tejon Council Party E! Tejon Council, No. 215, Degree of Pocnhontas, will hold a card party Friday evening, at 8 o'clock at Eagles Hall, corner of Seventeenth and O streets. Pedro nnd five, hundred will bo played, Thirteen prizes are planned. Refreshments will be ! served. Mrs. Fern Davis Is chairman j of the committee In charge. Lackawanna Parties Lackawanna Council No. 154, De,. -eo of Pocahontas, will sponsor a series of card parties, starting Thursday evening at Moose hall. Prizes and efreshments are plannqd with Mrs. Jean Warden general chairman nnd Mrs. Freeda Freeman In charge of refreshments, vltecl. The public la being In- A silver gift will bo presented at each party, to ono of the participants. Monroe Temple Monroe Temple, No. 12, Pythian Sisters, will hold a regular session Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at the K. of P. hall on Lake street. Tejon Social Club Tejon Social Club will meet Wednesday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. J. W. CulUton, 2530 Sunset avenue, with Mrs. George lluchncr us co- hostess. Mrs. A. Claudo Nlclson is president of the club. Rebekah Lodge Uukersflelil Kebekah L,odRO will hold a regular meeting tonight at 8 o'clock at I. O. O. V. hall. Mrs. Florence A r lou will preside. PARTY ON FRIDAY Women to Be Hostesses at Golf and Bridge Party This Week With springtime and Valentine day both as an Inspiration, the hostesses of the Stockdale Country Club who , are arranging tho bridge and golf party for Friday this week, expect to make it one of the most attractive of tho early springtime affairs. ' With the sunshine furnishing an Imperative call to tho out-of-doors. It Is expected that the morning of go\( which will begin the day will call forth a largo number of women In their brightly colored sports togs. Prizes will bo offered for tho golfers who play either 9 or 1.8 holea In the tourney. The dessert bridge party will begin at 1 o'clock, with auction and contract as the games of tho aftewioon. Prizes will be given. A valentine motif Is being used by the hostesses. Tho members of the committee In charge of the all-day fete Include Mrs. •Past Masters' Night" Caledonia Ixidge, 480, F. & A. M. will celebrate "past masters' night" Wednesday evening In connection with a CMS o'clock dinner. Degree work Is planned. Thomas Kllpsteln. Mrs. Uly Mrs. Lloyd Nance, and Mrs. Urogg. Mulr. Olive BETA PHI PLAIINGJVENTS Fraternity Will Be Host at Forthcoming Fetes; Now in/New Quarters latter name moans "The League for Communist Youth." Orphans of War Tho second group, "The unprotected"—are the wandering children who are for tho most part orphans. During tho revolution, which came after the close of the World -War, more parents were killed leaving more Program ^ numbers jylll Include Ji of thcse unpro , ectcd children. They are difficult to catch, and the speaker ersfleld Garden Club was held Saturday with the members meeting at the local high school where H. A. Anderson, president, presented a demonstration In pruning. Mr. Anderson explained how to reduce the size of shrubs without injuring them or changing their shape. The group later adjourned to tho garden of Mrs. J. H. Williams at her homo on Kant California avenue where further demonstrations in pruning were given. Harry Holmes demonstrated how to prune many types of trees, including fruit-bearing Mrs. vocal duet, by Carrie and Hope Amundsen: violin selections by Miss explained the methods of using decoy Vlzzard, then Miss Cook paired with | Marie Carl; selected valentine reading, i children to catch them. There are two James Moon, won from Weber In con- i Miss Una Bundy and a valentine William Van Ewcrt Will Be Speaker at College Women's Meeting William van Ewert, a member of the junior college, faculty, will address tho members of the University j Women's Club at a luncheon Satur- Membcrs of Mu Delta, chapter of Beta Phi Sigma fraternity will hold < Its Wednesday night meeting In the new clubhouse. 1513 Service street, adjacent to and just mirth of the Southern hotel. A houKewariiiing will be held February 15, following gen-- eral renovation and redecorating. Walter SoKelle. house rhatrmun. will be in charge of arrangements. Sunday. February 19. has been sot as the date for "upon house" at which time, members of the fraternities and sororities and their friends will be bidden to Inspect the new tiunrters. On March IS the fourteenth year of secutlvc debate seasons. The judges for yesterday's debates were Frederick Wemmcr, librarian, and R. Y. Burum, attorney. George Ingelow, instructor In economics at the local junior college, presided at tho afternoon meeting, and J. W. McDaniel of the social science department served as chairman at the evening debate. colonies for these children, the John Reed Colony, on the Volga, which Is directed by Anna Louise Strong, and the Korki Colony, near Korlof. "Sons and daughters — unasslgned" making up the third division, she placed as coming from the old privileged classes of the czar regime, who At last night's meeting of Royal j are ' against the communistic order, ' reading, Miss Vivian Oakie. •» * » Royal Neighbors Hear Fine Report Neighbors, a cabinet session In De- longing to do something for the trees. Tho afternoon was concluded with the serving of coffee and doughnuts. BEAUTY OPERATOR Florence Hennlng has an- iniunced that she Is now connected with the Pearl Lambeth beauty par- i Inr, Eighth and K streets. egors, a canet sesson n e- lano Thursday of officers of tho San new Russia, constantly pulled first to •Joaquln valley district was reported. one sldo ' then to another, until they iMra/ Isabel Dodenhoff. president of n , r « Perpetual y in a disintegrated ! the district body, presided over the sta ,*°: n ; entally 1 - ... I "The I You can arm sistible n ou haye seen Jean Hirlow on meeting. She was accompanied by Mrs. Lillian Fitch. The district Includes camps in Portcrville, Exeter, Wasco. Delano, Taft, Marlcopa, Bak- ersflcld, Visalla and Tulure. Two candidates, Mrs. Lottie Allen and Mrs. Blanche Hiiitt, were Initiated. A birthday celebration was planned for March 20, to be attended by other camps of the district. Members from here will attend a dinner and valentine party at Wasco Tuesday, February 14. Games wcro played last night appropriate to tho Valentino motif. Decorations and refreshments conformed also. The refreshments committee Included Mrs. Maudp Stancliff, Mrs. Lillian Fitch ami Mrs. 1-Jdua Rogers. In charge, of enU-rtalnment were Miss F.dna White and Mrs. Kdlth Baker, oracle. day at the Spanish ballroom on the ! tlu ' vliapier's existence will In- marked subject of "Tho Political " Germany," it was announced today by Mrs. James K. Thrasher. The subject is an extremely timely one as the political developments In Germany have been particularly interesting to students because of the Crisis in I''V a banquet, expected to be ihe lurj; est and most colorful gathering «f Beta men during the entir,- year, .v representation is anticipated from throughout the district, with a gond^ sprinkling of ex».-cutive nnd eotnniltt'.-i' workers. Kollln Voorhies is chairman ascendancy of Hitler. An analysis of tho political situation will be given by Mr. Van Ewert, who last year pre- by Mr. van Ewcrt, who last year presented un exceedingly fine survey of the Manchurlan situation. The program will be augmented by dance numbers by pupils of Miss Ann Anderson's School. I The afternoon Is being sponsored by : tho International relations section of the club headed by Miss F.dylha How- '. ell. Her assistants are Mrs. George Ingelow, Mrs. George Sagen and Mra. Cocile Coulthard. of the affair. Donald Spreyer, chaptor president, will preside. • The Inculcation of fear and hatred of everything and everybody outside of Russia, except tho proletariat, Is the most terrible aspect of the education of Russian youth," the speaker asserted. "Their belief is that the enmity of tho world Is directed toward Russia," the speaker said. Home and Religion The communistic government hates three things—Individualism, Individual wealth, and religion, Miss Seaman said. Doctor Floyd J. Klopp and Doctor The prerevolution religion of Rtis- onm C. Klopp, chiropractors, formerly sla was doomed from the beginning, i located In the Security Market bulld- Drs. Klopp Move to Haberfelde Building: AUXILIARY TO MEET the speaker explained. Its close relation to the doomed It. The type of Its priests, j uneducated, superstitious and Irregular, doomed It. The communistic' government teaches Its people'to halo the ideal of God. However tho speaker was not without hope for tho Ing at Twentieth and Chester, have moved their offices to suite D01-2 In the Haberfelde Building. The Doctors Klopp have completely furnished their offices with tho most modern of equipment Including a flno X-ray laboratory. Tttedicatetf Ingredients of Vicks VapoRub in Convenient Candy Form VICKS COUGH DROP WAS ALL READY TO GIVE UP Life Look* Brighter Since She Took Lydia E. Pinkh.m'. Vegetable Compound Members of the drill team of Har- | possibility of religion In Russia, as old Brown Auxiliary No. 1468, Voter- I 8 |, c believes that they will approach ans of Foreign Wars, will meet Wed- |t by first learning to love their nesday evening at 8 o'clock at Moose brother, and thence come to know hall. Donations of candy and cookies r; o d, which Is the opposite approach for tho veterans' hospital for a val- from modern Christian nations, cntlne gift, may bo brought or sent to Rtcommends Books on Russia Moose hall Wednesday ,-venlng. Those ' Books on Russia recommended by Miss Scainon were: "Humanity Uprooted," "Broken Earth," "Red Bread," "The Little Grandmother of the Russian Revolution," "The Evolution of the Soviet Citizen." and "Cement," by Gladkof: "Ding Goes in charge are hoping for a generous contribution from all auxiliary members. * • » W. R.'C. PARTY For the third of Its series of parties for Its delfgates' fund, the PX- ecutlvo comndttce of the Woman's Relief Corps will o.iitortiilii at 2 o'clock at tho home of Mrs. O. L. Clausnltzer, "405 San Wmldlo street. Five hundred will be played. At the. last affair, nine tables played and the sponsors are hoping for as large or larger attendance this week. to Russia," by Darling, and "Russia My Home." •» « » ASKS DONATIONS To make Children EAT Don't force children to oat! The girl or boy who has no appetite has stasis —which meant) the child is i sluggish. But cathartics have caused Tho Rev. Father A. C stuhlman, | constipation than they ever ! pastor of Our Lady of Guadalupe I Mission, today made a plea for donations of shoes and clothing for the his c screen— and, of course, _you have seen her — you have noticed what an alluring complexion she has. Smooth. Velvety soft. The kind of skin men find irresistible. Do you realize that the right care will do wonders for your complexion? No feature is so easy to improve as your skin. The whole secret is the right care— followed regularly. Jean Harlow, like most of the lovely Hollywood stars, has discovered that secret. Listen to her own words:— "The great actr.bscs of the stage and screen take exquisite care of their skin," she says—"and / have found tbtirsecret— regular care with Lux Toilet Soap." 9 out of 10 Screen Stars use Lux Toilet Soap Of the 694 important actresses in Hollywood, including all stars, 686 use Lux Toilet Soap. It has been made the official soap in all the big film studios. Begin now to use this fine, fragrant, white soap for your skin. Get two or three cakes of Lux Toilet Soap today! CHURCH SERVICE LEAGUE Thero will he a meeting of the i''hurt'h .Service LeiiRiie of Kt. Paul's Kplxcopul Church tonight at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. V. T. Neatc will preside. KC BAKING POWDER needy of clothing will bo left at tho rectory at 601 California avenue, or it will be called for If tho priest Is notified by telephone. cured! The "California.treatment" Is best—Just pure syrup of figs. parish. Any kind of Try tn | a f or a f ow days, then see be acceptable and may ' eagerly your youngster will how eat. Stimulate the colon and lhat POSTPONE V/. C. T. U On account.of the conflict, of other activities, th?rft will bo no \V. C. T. U. meeting on Wednesday, which la tho regular meeting date, It was announced today by Mrs. \V. J. Schultz, president. Tho session will bo held one week later. DAUGHTER IS BORN Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Goetz, 2112 McCord avenue, Arp addition, have announced tho birth of a daughter, Patricia Anabel, Monday, at Kern General Hospital. The mother Is tho former Miss Dorothy Thomas. *-•-» After years of effort to rid their land of species of cactus known as the uplneless prickly pear, South African farmers havo begun to cultivate It for stock food In dry seasons. i : The Beauty Soap of the Stars . . . LUX Toilet Soap SAME PRICE today AS 42 YEARS AGO 254 ANNOUNCEMENT Dr. Floyd J. Klopp and Dr. Oma C. Klopp, Chiropractors, formerly located In the Security Market building at Twentieth and Chester, announce their removal of offices to 301 and 302 Haberfelde Building. MIlllONSOF POUNDS USID BY OUH COVlONfvlfNT I child with a finicky appetite will i devour everything set before lilin. Here's tho simple treatment that does more for babies or older children than all tho diets, fad foods, or tonics. Nature has provided tho "modi- cine" you'll need to stir your child's colon muscled Into proper action. California symp of figs. Pure, delicious, harmless. U acts on the lower colon— where the trouble is, It has no III effects on the lntes< tines. Begin tonight, with this marve lous "California treatment." Any druggist has California syrup of llgs, all bottled, with directions Use enough the first time to cleanse the clogged colon of every bit of poison and hard waste. Then Just a little twice a week until the child's appetite, color and weight and spir Us tell you the stasis Is gone Whenever a cold or other upset clogs the system again, use this natural vegetable laxative insteac of drastic drugs. WARNING: There are dealers who practice substitution. Be sure to protect your child by looking for the name CALIFORNIA on the bot tie.—Adv. .EXPERT PLATE WORK Reduced Prices Now Dr. Fletcher 622 Kentucky 8tr«t (N»t t« Flint* 2531. W Thottr) I was so rundown and weak that I could hardly walk. I was about ready ,o give up when I tried Lydia E. Pink- lam's vegetable Compound. Since 1 ;hcn I have had three more babies and [ feel well and strong. I am taking the medicine again now at the age of forty- three. 1 am also giving it to my daugju- t er .''_MB8. J. S. ANTLE, 2698 Me- ghany Avc., Columbua, Ohio. ( Don't go another day without the help this medicine can give you. Get a bottle from your nearest drug store immediately. Take it regularly according to directions. REDUCED PRICES on PLATES Quick Service Office Over Klmball A Stone Nineteenth und Chester DR. GOODNIGHT ANY WATCH REPAIRED... $1.00 Material* Used at Cost Reader's Jewelers 1622 Nineteenth Street El Tejon Drug Company FHEE DELIVERY Slav N . J. MOOKK K I. AHKI.K

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