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Abilene Morning Reporter News (Newspaper) - May 8, 1927, Abilene, Texas PACE EIGHT THE WESTERN MAGAZINE SECTION MAY THE RADIO COMMISSION IS COMPLETE view of tho new radio commlaslon at Washington with all five members at tho council Return of chairman of the from the completes tho They left to right Henry A Admiral John Dillon and Orestes CELEBRITIES OPEN COAST CHAIN 9 Cations Just opened along the PaciCic coast and initiated by these musical eel loft to Max musical director of station KGO at Oakland Hay Shields piano accomnaniat San symphony and Lambed OKG0 Angles San band chose to domicile himself there she had to If she ran away the law would return her to him as his Unless the husband named her as his heir the law allowed the wife only a trifling part of or rather mutual the of reverting to the husbands The husband alone had au thority over the There are under the sov iet constitution shared by man that woman cannot In in in the the two are Marriage is a voluntary asso To impress this new status of this upon the bulk of the Russian peasantry the soviet has ordered a change in the phrasing of what was formerly the marriage ritual and what is now the marriage Formerly the man addressed the woman I take you for my wife you must honor Under the revised formula it is the woman who speaks Of my own free will do I become your but give you no authority over The wife may take her husbands name or she may retain her She and her husband may maintain sepa rate Property that the wife had before her marriage re mains her own and vice No grounds need be given in apply ing for a The sole concern of the state is with the children of tho if there are ORBIT SAYS Eat Onions and Chew and be Happy and Comfortable COMPACTS National Distributors A Southwestern Institution TEXAS WHEN WENT GALLING StuyvesantFish Houskceper Recalls Presidents Informality Elizabeth Barbour in the Satur Although the socially great live with much with a grave butler and two or thrco handsome foot men always in the front hall to go through motions when anyone cornea in or goes I can give yuo an in teresting picture of informal ucigh When we first went to Washington Stuyvcsant Fish and President velt were great and were as tliick as Fish had just been down to Roosevelts place in the shooting ducks with or whatever men But it was dur ing this railroad convention that something happened between something to do with I sup because they had a falling But before this whatever it every morning Roose ou would go tearing through the streets of and ho would oome galloping and clattering up under our The writer was the Fishes house Stuvy I Stuvy he would roar so that it would reverberate through tho last room of that great big And Fish wquld go out to talk to Roosevelts horse would be roaring and prancing and clattering and rocking up and down and all the time you knew that Roose velt was making the horse do it ust toj show One morning when Fish came in the house after one of these I said What a noisy man Fiah was himself stiffly taciturn Poor I What sort is Fish shes very I suppose hes sueli a ram noisy man that she has to be A few days afterward they quar and when the Rooscvcits gave a garden party on the White House lawn there was a question in the Fish family Should we go Fish was out and Fish said she wouldnt for any But when Fish returned he ordered us all to the garden party so there would bo no lie himself stayed Of in explanation of Pres ident Roosevelts cowboy conduct un der our you must re member that since lie was President he could not visit or make a call or go into anyones house informally and So that was why lie used yell for the distinguished president of the Illinois Central to come out on the stoop and shin with the of the United FREEDOM FOR RUSSIAN WOMEN Under Soviet Is a Contract Giving Elias in Of the wall of repressions that the centuries have raised around woman in Russia tho soviet government has not left one stone upon Mar riage under the old regime signified for woman merely the passing from tho authority of her father to the au thority of her She had no rights except those that tho husband chose to bestow upon Without his permission she could not obtain a Wherever hqr hus Girlish Charm The exquisite daintiness you admire in ao many women depends as much on then hair aa their peachblow complexion Stylish You cant look good with a pretty dross and stringy hair nny moro than you would be neatly dressed if you had on a pair of shoes with runover You dont have to bo denied tho admi ratlon you because your hair isnt it is so easy to keep ifo bright and But dont expect sham pooing to do Soap and water only washes out the but can not remove dandruff and that oily film on each strand which keeps hah dull and Dan doririo does without drying out the hair The next tlmo you fix wot your brush with Umulerlno and draw It through with oven rtrokos until each strand In alivo and it taken Just a few minutes each Theres no Inconvenlonco You can go right nnd tho improvement you will seo in tho loveliness of your hair will thrill you so you win wnnt to always havo Damlorino In your room along wlUi your other beauty HO you crm mako it a daily habit to use It will help to keep in your Danderlno is HO inexpensive The 3Co bottio containg enough 1o provo to you how wonderful it You can it from your nearest Danderine Beautiful Hair fio
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