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Abilene Morning Reporter News (Newspaper) - May 8, 1927, Abilene, Texas Sunday Morning, May 8, 1927.THE ABILENE MORNING REPORTER-NEWS PAGE FIVE More Attention Being Paid Small ;,‘-Boy Styles; Well Dressed Child I* Not Denounced By ‘Corner Gang* rn ' J NEW YORK, May 7.—Styles for WyMst-pocket citizens command a J great deal of attention these days Tho freckle-faced urchin who had on# suit of "every day" corduroys and another for Sunday wear Is of a family himself ant he has now, In all probability, the father himself and he has been succeeded by a race of inmin* iature dandles who are Riving quit# serious attention to their appeal. If the juveniles are not especially Interested themselves their parents are, and the result Is pretty much the same. The well-dressed boy today Is neither denounced by th© “corner gang" nor bombed with mud balls. He ha© become something of an accepted Institution and while his sandlot associates may at times disapprove on the grounds that matters are being carried a bit too far, the tribulations of Little Lord Fauntleroy are no longer the common fate of the well dressed lad. New York approves the 3-button Norfolk suit with knickers for small boy* this spring. The larger boys, of high school age, are wearing pretty much the same type of suit that the college men feature, which means the 3-button single-breasted sack with straight-hanging long trousers. While It is admittedly the case that In the west »snd the south stores are selling the small chaps knicker suits they have not taken to the Norfolk, although it is expected in such quarters that the demand will increase for this style of suit for smaller boys. Thrw-Bntton Norfolk. Fundamentally, the small boy is a hero worshipper. His admiration is confined to firemen and policemen and poseibly aviators and steeple-jarks the greater part of the time but scarcely any of these spry individuals supply the necessary style Inspiration. Baseball players of national standing Invariably occupy pedestals in the small boy's estimation. For thnt reason there are thousands of Babe Ruths swarming about the vacant lots of the U. 8. A. wearing outfits that are named after famous athletes. When cinema favorites like Jackie Coogan hive been selected to set the styles for the small fry there has been great difficulty keeping them from growing out of their prestige. No small boy can long be a hero to small boys lf nature takes its course. Which Is one reason the silver screen has supplied very few permanent fa-h-|on plates, although tho older men take many of their dress lesda from both stage and screen. Boys* Is mg Trousers. This summer unlees all signs fall, the beaches will be peppered with small figures wearing bathing suits that feature tho term "Life Guard" across the bosom. This Is a gesture in behalf of the robust Individuals who haul swimmers out of the sea. The bathing suits for small boys this summer are of practically the same style of tailoring as those for older men. Of course the adults are deprived of the exquisite delight of glorifying life-savers but the small boy’s outfit is decidedly mannish in general lines. One of the things that stylists hear little about today is the long trouser suit for very small boys. Mothers spiked this proposition on the theory that sons grow up fast enough and, furthermore, young-appearing mothers did not care to hasten any process that would make them seem old themselves. For that reason New York women this season have clung rather persistently to the 8-button Norfolk, which is a compromise between the offspring's desire to be a man before he is a boy and still features somewhat masculine and adult lines. Knickers are popular with small boys because their fathers wear them and the taint Is thereby removed. * say rs Tarter . ' IS - Great edicine PLANS MADE FOR MARKLE FOUNDATION By Universal Service. NBW YORK, May T.— Entering for the first time into a detailed outline of how the John and Mary R. Markle Foundation is to devote Its funds to the advancement of humankind, John Markle, philanthropist, and retired coal operator, today told of the scope of its program. Medical research centres, hospitals, charitable institutions and educational agencies are to be created and maintained. Study of disease and development of methods of its eradication will be fisanced. j Libraries will be supported. Destitute individuals deserving | assistance will be helped. Markle I said that he intends the program [ of the new organization eventually shall reach proportions surpassing even the scope of the Rockfel-ler and Carnegie foundations. Though an early fund of 18,-000,000 is contemplated as a first i enterprise, he said that in the lm-; mediate future there will be no new ventures, except a continuance of charities he and Mrs. Markle already are engaged in. For many year*. Markle was a leading coal operator and mining engineer. He was signally honored last Tuesday evening at the dinner of the Pennsylvania Society of New York at the Waldorf-Astoria. when Charles M. Schwab, the presldentt, said of him: "To my mind, Mr. Markle is the ideal citizen. He has a heart of gold and is planning to devote the great prosperity which has come to him the broad welfare of humanity." For all time water has been known as the wonderful curative and preventive agent. The Indians knew it aa th# BIG MEDICINE. Let it flow freely in your home. s PHONE 415 * "S IA 'Shm FOR R FST E R /PLUMBING and H CATINO 7    1042    NORTH    4^    ST.,.* ACHED AIL OVER 9 m Jeering Dreadfully, Just •Wilting Away.” Took Cardui, and Say! It Helped Her. Arlington. Texas.—A resident of this town for many years, Mrs. J. H. Jackson, says: "I had suffered dreadfully with an aahing all over my body. At times my head would give me so much trouble I could hardly stand it I had been in bed for weeks and it looked Like I waa just wasting away. •I took 9 bottles of Cardui and my strength began to slowly return. "Since that time I have used this medicine a good many times and it has always helped me. "At one time I took Cardui for several months regularly. I would be afflicted with sudden spells of dizziness when I could not stand on my feet Everything would turn black before my eyes and I would feel as if I were going to faint. At vMrnes I would be quite nauseated. I Burned at once to Cardui and took Wt till I was safely through.’* Cardui is a mild, medicinal tonic, made from purely vegetable mgredi-rots. It has been in use for over 60 years, and in that time. thousands if women have written that Cardui kelped them back to good health. geld by all druggists. NC-/Si Ranger High School Wins Bicycle Race RANO ER, May 7.—In a bicycle relay race staged between teams from the Ranger high school and the Ranger Junior college, which left Eastland courthouse, ten miles away, at IO o’clock Friday morning, the high school team won the race in a thrilling finish. The junior college relay team at one time had a lead of IOO yards, but the high school won by about ten feet. Seth Hubbard was first man In the high school team to make it in and Ernest Shelton first for the college. Several hundred cars followed the race from Eastland. Feast Closes Boys Week In Ranger RANGER, Texas, May 7.— Boys* day in industry and citizenship in Ranger was a gala event and wa* participated In by practically every boy of school age. The affaire ol the city, police and fire depart ment were manned by high school senior*. The Ranger Times was gotten out by a staff of Junior college and high school boys and every store and house of business in Ranger had at least one boy at the helm. A parade at 3 o'clock formed at the fire hall and marched to Lil-lard Field for athletic events and a feed at 6 o'clock closed boys’ week in Ranger. LEE R. YORK Announces the removal of his law office to Rooms 421-422-42S Citizens Natl Bank Bldg. *MT “Kitchen Beauty” Set of Uuminum Made of generously thick, pure aluminum, hard rolled, highly polished. Handles and knobs are securely fastened. Covers and all parts accurately fitted. In quality and beauty these twenty useful pieces are unexcelled. 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