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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 October 1921

fe"' ■v**' <3 i Hift fMegaplynnp CataMtalpd 1907 Itfimdi |ixr m seeoad-ela«9 mail matter, Scptemoer 7, 1912, at the postoffiee at J Georgetown, Texas, wider Art of Congress of March 3, 1911 ■ k i . ■ i JOB A. DURRENBEBGER , Editor-in-Chief KARL J. PATTON. .Business Manager ANNIE EDWABD BABCTJ8...... ........ General Assistant Editor W. L. AYBES Assistant Editor JOHN B. ENTBIKEN Assistant Editor 6. B. WIN8TEAI) Assistant Editor JOHN W. DUNN Assistant Editor JUANITA POBTEB Assistant Editor MABY MATHILDE AKIN Assistant Editor B1<AUBAL SEVILLE Assistant Editor MABY ELIZABETH BECK Assistant Editor MATTIE LOU GBOCE. Assistant Business Manager TEMPLE BOGGES8. .Assistant Business Manager AL PAX TON Assistant Business Manager POLICIES AND PLANS In the first edition of The Megaphone for the year 1921-1922, the new staff feels that it is expedient to set forth in unmistakable terms the policies by which the paper is to be governed and to which the staff intends to strictly adhere. Recogn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 October 1921

OP SAN JAO bBS ."25?*' All previous "attendant records were broken and ground into bits when baa Jacinto Literary Society met in its first pregular sesaioa of its forty-eighth year of existence Monday morning. ; When th« president called the house to order f" u.-;. there were exactly seventy-three persons present. Last year the average attend- ance was around forty and the largest meeting never rfn over fifty. There are many who claim that literary societies are losing their place, but the attend- ance Monday morning proves conclusive- ly that 8an Jacinto, like Scotch rye, grows better with age. A few minutes after nine-thirty the president, Bobert Love, took his chair and called the house to order. He made • few remarks of welcome to the new commented on the' large ,^p The society was then led in-prayer by W. L. Ayrcs, after which the president appointed the following officers for the H. D. Akin, recording secre- tary; E. C. Calhoun, censor; Gerard Boone, critic; Wallace Allen, ser...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 October 1921

•*MS" tr I JSIrTW* ■ S5rf, . • SBg: m% HOW TO STUDY sfa it I re*<; '' *■'. f, A, is® This is the biggest question of all in getting an education. Moat that a boy or girl has learned before coming to college has bean acquired merely through absorption and through the sheer ne- cessity of living in the world. But the most important part of what a student who is to succeed must learn at college must be learned intentionally. It re- quires an act of the will. Tt will soon be- come • habit, however, for those who keep on trying. After thai it is "easy." One thing, absolutely necessary, is hours of quiet so that there may be un- divided attention. The mind can not run on half a dozen tracks at one time. Con- centration cen be acquired by any per •on of average intellectual power. It too will become a habit. Then, at last, the student can pursue his work in the midst of all sorts of distractions and not even know what is going on around him. Boosevelt could read a volume of history in a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 October 1921

NSW FEATURES OF LYCEUM COURSE 1921-22 Costly Lyceum Numbers, Oratorio of "Until," and Mask and Wig Club Furnish Entertainment kH9 u m BpS An unusual effort bss been put forth to make the Lyceum numbers for the college year of 1021 and 1922 the most attractive as well as the most educative ever given in Southwestern. The newest feature ef the course as well as probably the most attractive will he the itlian Violinist "Serato." He comes to 8.U. with a recommendr tion of two Continents, lie was in America a part of last season and appeared as solo- ist with a number of the leading Orches- tras of the United {states chiel of which Waa the Boston Symphony. This will be a rare opportunity to hear one of the World's greatest violinists. Another attraction no less charming is Oscar Scofield who is rapidly becoming America's leading baritone. The Lyceum Course each year has included Great So- pranos and some great Tenors but this will be the first opportunity to hear a really great baritone....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 October 1921

i 1 I 3 Pppp^jiNii i HEW FAOPTLY MEMBERS OF SOUTHWESTERN U. (Continued from page 1.) the department of education end his- tory. He will be the special assistant of. professor Ullrich in edneation, and will pursue certain studies in the Uni- versity looking to a degree from South- western. His previous college training has been in the Denton Normal College and in Baylor University. The position of home economics has been supplied by the appointment of Mrs. G. L. Crawford. Mrs. Crawford had her training in the Agricultural and Mechanical College aof Oklahoma and in the University of New Mexico, where she received the degree of bachelor of Bcienee,having majored in home econom- ics. She is a lady of very attractive personality and fine teaching ability. It is believed that she will sueceed in building up this department in the Uni- versity. Mrs. Fred W. Sparks will assist in the romance language department as in- structor in Spanish. Mrs. Sparks is an A. G. graduate of Baylor Universit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 October 1921

SUPPORT Y. I C. A ad Y.W.C.A. Morally and ' Financially yullliiwtimj YEAS BY EVBRY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 FIFTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XV .j NUMBER 2 OEOBOETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCT. 11, 1921 KANGAROOS vs. PIRATES . Saturday Back Your Team! # # # ####### ### # #< " t * ■ . V"**? ' m A ~*B± ii DR. YEUELL GIVES OLDSTRAIED LECTURE FIRST LYCEUM NUMBER OF YBAB BALS INTS OF ITALY •M. Dr. Herbert Yendl lectured on the ab- sorbing subject of "Sunny Italy end Her Romances'.' to a large audience Tuesday evening jn the University audi- torium. He talked directly to his audi- ence, revealing in his defence of the romantic Italian his insight into and sympathy with his peculiar emotional character.' The colored pictures were made from photographs taken by himself, and were all the more interesting because of the personal touch. Thcr coloring, as nearly the exact duplicate of the original as Dr. YoueO's memory allowed, was ex- cellent. ' *, v Dr. Yenel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 October 1921

BTrS m .-if m I+ m CatabUiiIjrd 1907 SUBJECT CHAPEL TALKS jrmrniti) frar Entered u second-claas mail matter, Georgetown, Texas, under Act o: T Congress of Mareh 3, l«ii •<toffice JOB A. DURRENBERGER Editor-in-Chiei EARL J. PATTON Business Manager ANNIE EDWARD BARCTJS .General Assistant Editor W. L. AYRES Assistant Editor JOHN B. ENTRIKIN Assistant Editor G. B. WINSTEAD. Assistant Editor JOHN W. DUNN -Assistant Editor JUANITA PORTER I Assistant Editor MARY MATHILDE AKIN . /.Assistant Editor D'LAURAL BEVlLiLE . X. /.Assistant Editor MARY ELIZABETH BECK .Assistant Editor MATTIE LOU GROCE. Assistant Business Manager TEMPLE BOGGESS Assistant Business Manager AT. PAXTON Assistant Business Manager MASKTVD MOVEMENTS An editorial in the Dallas News of October 7 says: "Texas is big, but Texas is not big enough for a democracy and an invisible empire to dwell togeth- er within its borders." The spirit of this statement might' well be applied to conditions that ex- ist at Southwestern and ot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 October 1921

wis •.* if Mp;-ay '.laMwjii'TmiB^^^ft. y'^'"'' - ■*>' £ ®"<.."n • > ' '• y • v i'Vk'. ^: '^Sj^BaBSBB^g^SSSS!^S!SS!:!Ss^^^s^ssss!ssssss IIIPS' ■lIliMI ■MM m blti wm ■y-r. SAN JAC PEP DRAWS wym 1& I;;1 J? 1%. W*tf* PRESIDENT DELIVERS INSPIRING DTAUaUBAE ADDRESS TO WJSLL FILLED H AT.T. San Jacinto opened its second meet- ing of the year with Sixty-five members and visitors present. This increase in membership is gratifying to all old members, and gives promise of a won- derfully successful year of literary so- ciety work. ; >• In speaking of the benefits derived from being an active member of a good | Lester Luechauer, showed the cultural advantages of training in speaking or performing in public. He said: "San Jacinto has been a training camp for public speakers of all vocations, and has also helped to break the stage fright for amateur musicians." Miss Eul^ Wales delighted the audi- ence with a humorous reading in' negro dialect. A number of new members were then call...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 October 1921

31* mmi SEVEN-SIX SERVICE STATION f Phone 76 Day and Night Service C 'f0000,0i0000i0000000'00+00*000000>000+0000*+00<0000*0<000+m00i0 000!000*0000>00 «<J In;* We Are Doing Our Be& to anticipate the needs of the student |(NH|N in making our place one of the ilili ip body add we invite your cooperation cleaned*, most attractive and up-to-date in town. The University Store *0000000^0000^00^00 0+000*00*00000000+000mm000*0000***0*0*0*0000m0m Breneke's Jewelry Store Good Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, Phonographs, etc., at right prices WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING 0+0*00000*00 « ftalMti HT 4ft rtfi • H. F. THOMPSON, Proprietor K&iSfS I mil Hit. We cater to the Students trade. We do everything we can to please and save you money South Side Square 'Mm Is better, prepared to take care of your need in our line than ever before. Esll&P ■Wi *• HP;) % . Hilia? PiS^. £i ^vV PANGBURN'S Spdsfi An assortment of Imperial Chocolates liquid Fruits 111- - !m|®3 i; |i feMtSKWiiaSKSi ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 18 October 1921

: ma LarawMg gSW# r.JwSBifflr PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL TEAS BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 FIFTEENTH TEAS VOLUME XV ' NUMBER 3 GEOBOETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCT. 18, 1921 CHAPEL SERVICES PROVE VERVjNTCRESTING STUDENT ACTIVITIES, L1TEBABY SOCIETIES, HONOR SYSTEM AND WORK ARB DISCUSSED Under the direction of the Y. M and Y. W. C. A. cabinets a very interesting se- ries of programs were given at the ehapel hour, daring the past \yeek. The parpose of these programs were to 'inform the new students about the var- ious branches of college activities. , The program, Tuesday morning was de- voted to the discussion of the constitution of the Students Association by the Presi dent of the association, Lester Leuehaner This was followed by a discussion of the college publication by Henry D. Akin, president of the Southwestern University Uub. Then Miss Annie Edward Jivsu gave a survey of iffflTlttm wflw tH rabyct. "Spirit of Southwestern." At Wed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 18 October 1921

MtkMMMMNMi «? — — Spgattbmtr 1117 JOB A. DUBBENBEBGEB.. EABL J. PATTON... ANNIE EDWARD BABCUS. W. Ik AYEES.. —......... JOHN B. ENTBIKIN 6. H. WINBTBAD Act 7, 1W8, JOHN W. JUANIT1 DUNN.H IPOBTEB MABT MATH1LDE AKIN.. D'LAUBAL BEVTLLE MABT ELIZABETH KECK. MATTIB LOU GBOCE. . Editor-in-Chief . Assistant Editor : Editor AL PAXTON. MJUI1HTKKJA1. ASSOCIATION «r« so bine I'm indigo!" How many tiM| t day do you hear such a remark T Undoubtedly the speaker does not real- ise when making steh a statement that i ef the bines that eause su< are simple cases of seMe through self-sympathy. A with plenty to do for himsel to do for others, and an * flinching purpose in what ho in do in la Mi aware that sneh a state exists. Tf jim are a victim of this "ChronJe r," grip yeor nerve and grip numerate in one column ev- that yon hare for being so mi in another all of the gM tw has come year way this week, a your time, think deeply, and be at with yourself. If the fcst ahon the second, go to bed aaf | ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 18 October 1921

3PT9.®- SM JACKET IN PEPPY SESSff wmbub to Jactate the in regular mm Nearly sixty were ratine* to set at the fast to order and the society to the Drin Mi Baril rendered a A Male qourtet, Cfaurk, Leaker B. B, Baldly (Editor's Note-—-A complete list of aD Southweoteroers who have carried since last June fa aot available, but the list boas the oMee eeutoins the following): ADKI80N 8NIPE8 Miss Lueile Snipes, A. B.'nnd diplowa la Tuimssiiis 1981 of Boothuesteru, aad Mr. EL Kleia Adkison of GreearOh^ Texas, were warned on Jaae 28,1921. They are asakiag their home ia Greea- ▼Hie. ALLISON-JONEB Mr. James EMea ADisoa, ay aad two yeara student at Sooth- western, married Miss Virginia Be3 of Aastia, Texas, October 2nd. They will ho at heme ia Breekearidge, Texas. Mr. AlHssu will engage ia the practice of law at that place, having the Uni- ▼ermty of Texaa last Jaae. DU BOSK WILLBERN J ante WiDbera of Alice, Texas, a junior of Ssutkwestern, and Mr. Ger aid DnBooe of ried sasae time ia Jnly. fia ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 18 October 1921

su-^sJa r pi . ■ sm- '<j[ /■ i i a famous box of candy Hm> MtAcar of Avnsb see rfr ngir lb p/Wr at The Sampler If you were to have to front of you at l!i% I this moment the ten moat famous packages and were to select from each candies to make up an asiumiaril that would be a "sampler" of them all, you would follow exactly the method we used in making up Whitman's Sampler. Every sweet in this unique package is a long* tested favorite from other packages of Whir- l's—famous since 1842. Every sweet in the Sampler has "won the votes?* of the moat critical piachascn of candy to America. Everything shout die Sampler is unusual—the quality of the sweets; the way they were selected and the quaint like so much to keep. Stores that sell the Sampler sell the other Whitman packages, and receive them all direct from the makers. STETHEN F. WHITMAN fit SON. Ioc*Philadelphia,U.S. A. in jftijiiaawBtawwBawK = ■ppp^MMn " X H. F. THOMPSON, Proprietor = We cater to the Students trade. We do everyt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 November 1921

Attend Remal Meeting Every Service /** - PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAB BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 FIFTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XV NUMBER 5 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOV. 1, 1921. Hear Serato Italian Violinist Nov. 17th *1 I WW*«W*W WW WW I fi REVIVAL MEETING STILL IN PROGRESS LABGE NUMBER RESPOND® TO FIBS* CALL—SERVICES CON TINUE ANOTHER WEEK YOUNG PEOPLE'S MEET- ING PROVES SUCCESS > "t i' Interest is being shown in the revival now in progress at the Methodist church to the extent that it will be con- tinned another week. Last Sunday marked the close of the second week of the campaign which has been devoted principally to preaching straight down gospel in an endeavor to get the church right before giving an invitation to the sinner. Rev. Albert C. Fiaher, who is con- ducting the revival, preached two very able sermons Sunday to audiences which filled the ehnreh even to standing room. Mr, Fiaher has a fearless manner of denouncing...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 November 1921

.mf.4 fy, '• J ft' mx • -V- - K?fi A" Sir mm .. m EatafaliBifrft 1307 JUftrrnttf flrar Entered as acrond-clasa mail matter, Septemoer 7, 1912, at tht postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911 JOE A. DURRENBEBGER Editor-in-Chief ANNIE EDWARD BARCUS General Assistant Editor EARL J. PATTON Business Manager MATT1E LOU GROCE Assistant Business Manager W. L. AYRES >. .. L Assistant Editor JOHN B. ENTRIKIN . Assistant Editor G. B. WINSTEAD >. Assistant Editor JOHN W. DUNN Assistant Editor JUANITA PORTER ■; Assistant Editor MARY MATHILDE AKIN . Assistant Editor D'I,AURAL BEVILLE Assistant Editor MARY ELIZABETH BECK Assistant Editor TEMPLE BOGGES8 Assistant Business Manager AL PAXTON Assistant Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION ' .$1.50 PER YEAR A TREASURE You have heard it said that a library is a treasure house. This is very true. The treasure house is n6t guarded and opened by a single boy but is open to all. Anyone may go to a library, choose a book, peruse...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 November 1921

n •*•/. w$ma:?$.•r f>:- ^.v:-*t-vv. i • \;y ■ -.■: 4 . ■ *••>. *• BaafigaP#wr^:i.l.'':i';:;:•■•*"..'.- *ypy.. ?. - r-.-T %">4 -vL'Ja* "•>■ ' ■ - — w. > /• «;: '-<v, _ u "fh'M / > ft?-,tifyy- * ■?, -A'v.v^ ■§• ■. %i>.> /•??' - ; • "' .*.">•/ - >fi- .Tyr ;> Ri •" COMPANY Successor to LONG'S DRUG STORE We want you to come in and get acquainted with us. % Watch for our Special Sales in your paper <8> ♦ MOTES FROM OTHER COLLEGES •> ♦ •*> • . - FOOTBALL At College Station—A. M, C., 23, Okla- At Waxahachie-—Simmons 7, Trinity 0. At Dallas—Dallas U. 14, Marshall Col- lege 2. At Brownwood—Howard Payne 56, Abi- lene Christian College, 0. At Austin—Texas, 50, Rice, T). At Fort1 Smith—Arkansas 14, 8. M. U. 0. At Lincoln—Nebraska 44, Oklahoma 0. At Clarendon—Clarendon College 33, Way]and College 7. At Greenville—Texas Fish 28, Wesley College 0. At Sherman—Austin College 14, Hender- son-Brown 7. At San Marcos—San Marcos 28, Daniel Baker 3. TEXAS. Mr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 November 1921

Hr ^Pkr Buildina a famous box of candy Horn each one of that swtrrt place i If you were to have in front of you at this moment the ten most famous Whit- man packages and were to select from each candies to make up an assortment that would be a "sampler" of them all, you would follow exactly the method we used in making up Whitman's Sampler. Everysweet in this unique package ts a long- tested favorite from other packages of Whit- man's —famous since 1842. Every sweet in the Sampler has "won the votes" of the most critical purchasers of candy in America. Everything about die Sampler is rnnwnal—the quality of the sweets, the way they were selected and the quaint box that women like so much to keep. Stores that sell the Sampler sell the other Whitman packages, and receive them aO -direct from the makers. STEPHEN F. WHITMAN &. SON, Inc., Philadelphia.U.S. A. Whitman's famous carafes ace sold by Hodges Bros. FBOSH HOLD STORMY SESSION Class of 1925 met in a tempestuous meeting in the a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 8 November 1921

Z4**- .. V « A" ;' ■•; •",. ! • • . ,.-t\.*/* ;: #i -•<•''•.;*> '; :,r 5 f."' *'• ■' ' *.1?' *A •&' ••",.' •' 4 ft '.'Sw P. '• ''21 vJ *'. f'^W •,;•■• / •/,. ; • \ u~ i -•VJ.'yHT (•> >■• •:. ,)>**'1 "f •—; ■'; ;• < * ■$<S- f>. "jsaft t*!r"#* " '' '• **** *«* Program Friday Evening t .' | 8:00 O'clock _ PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAB BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF UNIVEBSiTY ;L' * ESTABLISHED 1907 VOLUME XV FIFTEENTH YEAB NUMBER 6 OEOBOETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOV. 8, 1921. >################^######^ # I I' WATCH YOUR SPEECH REVIVAL MEETING CLOSED SUNDAY *. ' | ' ; 4?'- MANY BECETVED INTO CHURCH— MR. FISHER AND COMPANY LEFT MONDAY One of the most successful revival campaigns ever held in Georgetown closed with an unusually powerful ser- mon by the evangelisct, Rev. Albert C. Fisher, on Sunday evening. "What shall I do then with jeans which Is called Christ?" was the subject of the message delivered to a crowded chnrcTi of eager heavers. As a res ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 8 November 1921

3Hje mpgaphrntf 1907 lifinHtii irar Entered as k ;oBd-«lui nail matter, Septemoer 7, 1912, at tk* -"ostoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911 JOB A. DUBBENBEBGEB Editor-in-Chief ANNIE EDWABD BABCU8 Ceneral Assistant Editor EABL J. PATTON 9 Business Manager MATTIE LOU GBOCE. Assistant Basin ess Manager W. L. AYBES .Assistant Editor JOHN B. ENTB1KIN Assistant Editor 6. B. WINBTEAD Assistant Editor JOHN W. DUNN K Assistant Editor JUANITA POBTEB > Assistant Editor MABT MATHILDE AKIN .-. .Assistant Editor D*LAUBAL BEVILLE .... Assistant Editor MABT ELIZABETH BECK Assistant Editor TEMPLE BOGGESS. Assistant Business Manager AL PAX TON . Assistant Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION ..$1.50 PER YEAB BETTER ENGLISH In practically every college of the United States Better Speech Week is being observed during this week. In accord with this con- certed action in all parts of the United States Better Speech Week is being observed in Southwestern. The merits of such a mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 8 November 1921

. 1M .•v-?.•... s= = mice Telephone Free Defirery Mclnnis Drug Company THE REXALL STORE , SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK Successor to J. W. Long Stationery (Slightly Damaged) 75c to $1, on Sale 55c Box Stationery (Slightly Damaged) 40 to 75c, on Sale 25c Linen Tablets (Slightly Damaged) 10 to 25c, on Sale - 5c Linen Envelopes (Slightly Damaged) 15c Pkg., on Sale 5c Toilet Soap, 15 and 20c, on Sale All leading brands Talcum on Sale Face Powder, 30c value on Sale Face Powder, 50c value on Sale 5c 15c 15c 30c We have a lot of Pennants and Pillow Tops for 25c to $1.00. Come in and see them. "BETTER SPEECH" MOVEMENT IN AMERICA (Editor's Note. The article below is extracts taken from an address deliv- ered by Professor Claud Howard before th« Woman's Clnb of Georgetown re- cently. The address was so well liked that the dab requested its publication.) One of the deepest and most universal impulses in human nature is the desire to leave an impress upon others. No one wishes to pass out of existence...

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