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Second Section PKOVO. UTAH. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1925. UL NO. 37. YOLk PRICE TWO CENT CROSSWORD PUZZLE r j"" o "" lr 3 iT" t "tt nu iT w "T " it --r - ' "fe L--. "(il 1 1 65. (W. ' mn Bend. Frozen rain drops. Wrath. Charged upon oath. Gentlemen. Shun. ' Retard. . . . ' Employ. Color of plants (comparative.) Period of time. . ." Present. Throw. " " Wicked. 7 'Myself. Philipplhe knife. Thpught. : -Ovtgeom. Satisfies. . 56. 57. 60. 62. 64. Belougliig- Joyful.'-- ANSWERS TO YESTERDAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE. : Our assortment of bedroom furniture is better now than it has ever been. The beautiful new finishes in duco walnut, which protects the finish from water 1 and other destructive forces. , new FRENCH WALNUT and VENETIAN WALNUT. -- You will he surprised to knowitowrdreap you can buy one of these handsome bedroom suites. -- a wuiiimi' i.'iii-Tii- r - r i in - For the next two weeks we will include free with each suite a beautiful - By HEDDA HOYJ coats, it Is believed, will not be Very Fashion Editor of the rnited Press popular. Tan, nayy, almond green " (Written for the?nited Press.) and umber Will be lending shades. ; NEW Xtt fjh. 4 For and blue la a favorite green Navy . young mioses in their teens the sus-- con t combination and many of the pendemirtris ilesigne(l The skirt "jsU8ualIy mnde''of heavy, durable advance coats use three shades of niaterlul anddark iflue Is the most color. . Lines are straight effective- - color. Snsjenders may and collars, wj.ll be untrimmcd by begittom the normal waistline or fur since fur Is .couceutrated upon ljeattached to a rear and front'.bib Ibe 'effect The white "peasant blouse lu --brilihint worked in cross-stitcRed continues to' tie the most colors Is a very lovely choice for the blouse portion. striking color worn on Fifth ave. . nue," red necklaces and minor accesy o It Is predicted that white shoes sories are numerous, and hosiery, will Be worn this" In spite of the fact that this seasince many women are tiring of the regular sports shoe of con-- " son is one of brilliant color, young trasting colored leather on white. - girls nre turning to tans, browns, grays and sand. Dull green is also ' d felt hats with two-sil-k popular With the debs. ' taffeta roses posed at' one side of the ' narrow brim are numerous on M.onkey"jfiir Is continually beiht Fifth avenue. Felt hats remain used In' ifonie odd way as a trimvery popular but newer models use ming'.1 For the spring of. 1925 we will-se' it used on sheer fabrics. .flowers as a trimming. Frocks r chiffon" 4w4uted 'georgette 35ronHm who fiml the atraighb in which black is the predomilined and unpelted frock unlxom-in- nating color note are using "bands will welcome the little narrow of itnohkey fur. about the f taring or as a tunic, border and suede belts which are being worn hem-lin- e frock: Bels the effect is startling lovely. .. .with the atrulght-lineare placed at a low walnUlne when ' ' worn at alL . Spring will be a season of blues! , , Navi 1 Ja be ffls$ popnlar for day In buying rouge remember that wear, and turquoise, Madonna, ligbi blue rand newly named shades of most, makes of. rodge come ln' shades and it is best to pur bluea will prevail for evening wear.-- l chase a more brilliant shade for It has bene Borne tint eslnce blue day wear and a more brilliant shade has been a popular evening shade, for night wear. Some stores are but several shows in New York are showing the; effect of rouge under featuring light' blue, (owns and day and night lights: The same Fifth avenue windows are all suow-ln- g ilch one Rears during the bluea in various haflearT day ia often too pale when worn ' is conunder, electric lights.- - And. bt "Ifvihe ' course, a vivid ronge. which wight sidering making ensemble suit she ; appear becoming at .night is often would do well to choose "velvetiBen' as her material since It Is one of 'too conspichons for daytime. the smartest fabrics Just now and Long" cloth coats will be the'popu-- - makes up to better effect than do lar wraps for spring. Short fur more tailored weave. BEDlILAMP Call now and make your selection while When furnishing the bedroom- Don't Forget Baby school conduct and prugrem ward and stlninlua to. the work of. whose work Is liciug "the pupil ' Jinlged. , . The .report, ordinarily states times tardy, gives some sorr of Judgement on deiiortmeut ka& niiMkation and givoM a Tecorded Sriffte cither fp ikt cents oromwJ symool on eaeu sunjeei srimicu. Ti'aeliers ifend hours and hours in IkiIIi work and worry In the preparn-lioof thew fofliw. Their work cou- sIkIs in the collejMion of data in' 'the form of grades usually taken from the. JinlgerUelits on the pupils daily performance in each subject' and moTnsreorSrsiKr gf aTVesTpni o i. tests "iSmlnatIms, with which chil. The eagerness dren receive tlicwf judgements, the ('latioh of dciiresnion that "follows the high or low marks, the cowceit wtili which some receivers of A' lord it oyi't 'children Who makes thiH judgemeut-cittinpart of scliool of work i air uncontrollable iio.urcp worrk to the eoiisctentlons teacher. These teacher are liegtnnlng to ask, nre their efforts being directed in a way to accomplish the best results. A few years ago' the training its form of. .report card in a serious uttcnipt to make each rcpirt show the' parents wliere the child stooU rclntiyeto the other iiieiiib'rs lit For some, time past a secmi revision of 'this form has been under consideration, by. grade teacher and. sinierviirs look upon the .revision1 more as an exiierinielitai studyTluin a pi'rftiUed piwi of work and wil jveleome critK'isms and suggestion. to ihnke the Tlicy have-tr-W We have a crib to match any of our bedroom suites and you will find the. prices very attractive. i . sum-"nic- r, odd Dressers. ; , ' Two-tone- from . e " g Odd mm Vanities $19.00 f rom and ' up. In Dak," Ivory Walnut. or be extremely low. , J and up. nut or Ivory. . tliewlass-lu.jiaiai'Suli-Jw- tf. "' . The attainments, Teo,nired of the class or achieved by the individual swiliwl-.ioni Hwpit 1 nsimil.1?of two ways. The first is the aniount of work'do'ne, sucb.as uum- lKr of iKiok read, pages worked okprocess . mastered. In. arlthmctie, nuinler of written of oral comi sitloiis accepU'd, or the master of the use of certain special fortps and so on. . 1'he way Is exprcss-ih- g the child's mastery of the.fiindu-ineiit'skills in terms of certain wales of ineasureiiuMit uud compar-iu- f these with-thstuudurd expected ' for the grade. $ Just' as a yard stick Is used to measure a child's height and table of standards have been worked out . "rmii No, Interest i is Si musicca.W WteStoreThll . Easy sot-on- Terms 7Vo ' .WumcViii RaiiW , 7i5vo,trWu form ihnc- - ' - new ho wthe iiiipil stands as compared With what is exected of bun. To accomplish--thbcudJhd cnrd..coui tains two columns under ouch nul- teach jwt head.riid('.r the first-ther lists what has been p))ected or reipiired of tlii class, under tht otherSe Tls(s what the pupil has ftt-.l- Odd Wood Beds in genuine walnut and bowfoot style, $19.00 Furnish that spare bedroom with odd. pieces and the cost will ' ftev-er- v g feature: of this $29.00 d .. . ltttmsl. - on themakeup after March 4 of his official family, it is a certainty that In the Inner circle G. about Vice President CharlciJ HawesSiill be fiund "Joe" uhutographer. ' "Joe" .will not le around Pawea for piiurw purpoMH, - The ltrmiiig vjee president is not fascinated by the deck of the camera shutter of Its lensi4. He and "Joe" have a close frleiiship of peculiar origin.' Shortly after the . war when Dawes apiicared. before, a congreg-sioncommittee. Investigating activities of the, war department during the World conflict, be faced u battery of cameras. After vehemently protesting agHinxf .being while excTiriiiiiirg lil.s lumriifir "Hell and Maria," the ' photographers were ordered to leave'. All en niern men departed: without liicluded in the. ousted dete- J8ftoot-'trtg"a- - tiutsjde the cmimittce room the cameramen bahdel together and agreed to snap Dawes as he Toft the building. They had Ihhu assigned to get hi4. picture' and' in i n ed. The' com In tee meet i ng ended and as 'Difwes was nliout to ojii'n tlie door of the house office the ciiiuerHiiipu were ready to suay him. Standing off to line- aide with nig.... camera 'slnltter cirised,' he' noticed "Joe.". A hurried exit, and a quick dash to the curl) took Dawes tt a waiting auto-'- " mobile aud he had folcd the canieru-men- . " were-detc- 1 1 'building-he-o- bserved -- - liuol-revis- h - da'u'a o the-sam- - the oirsjieculatliig teachcrs-wlt- tradltioiiul rciKirt card. These forins, sent fnim school to parents at re ular intervals daring the school upposed primarily to yeni', are keep iuformedyf lhir cljt- - jr the assortment is complete. YORlr ' FejJcghile n DOT By WILLIAM J. McEV0 iiitcd Press Staff Correspondent) Onc e liU'lM-f- of tin' change going WASHINGTON, on the ch'mentay "education Is seen 4residcnt tiioinige tins politics,! ob in the growing discoiftciit on the servers here "burning the midnight part of thoughtful ; - " Sing. l ill rtvf m. Circular pyramid. To deposit. " ' (l r- - Beautiful Bedroom Suite, Complete; walnut or ivorr . , BE IN DAWES INNER CIRCLE TRIED OUT ATT - ' rP TFnsrT rnfffl UULJIlt tl INIilCEl NEWSPHOTOGRAPHERSURE TO SYSTEM BEING ' Drive.. Short piece of wood on a wheel Meadow. Exists. 66.' Like. VERTICAL. , Slake bigger.l Part of verb "to be." Turf. Tear.v- NEW SCORING ' " -- 417,- r ' . C4. . -- 28.- - fomea after.- ' r- Oblique. 32. Circleaof Hht." 34. Before. 36. Domestic animal. 3t, To calm. 40. Only this. 4L To pin or bolt. 42. Large fish net ' 43. A large stick. lateness of origin. . 40. Catalog. 48. Sierm of Ttshes. 50. .Space surrounded by partitions. 52." Malicious burning of property. 53T Satan. everything. " 4QT3igger for inetaL 58, 60. 80. 61. 63. MM " Tool. To wet. Jewel. Welcome. Measure of distance (pi.) Narrow road on mountain. Always; Twenty-fou- r hours. Ajninor under guardianship. Hostile people. 10. 11. 15. 17. 18. 19. 21. 23. 24. 26. Incident in a Btory. Honor with applause. 11J. Tart tsatft, . 13. Trick." 14. Behold. lC.Refuse. ---.18. Great .number. 19 Mass of unsorfed type. 20. Imitate. 22." BnMUflsbi -- ExtateA.'- -25. T be delirious. 27. Cards portioned out 28. Swift. 29. Narrow valleys. 31. Organ of .sight. 32. Quadruped. 33. Bent again. " 35. Burned by liquids "56. r 66 65 h HI .1 8. - - 55" 64 eciiir rtT tr"-- "53 J-- a. 42. 45. 47. 9. 61. 52. .54. 65. " 4T "7" ""-- T r gT 5T t, is""-"- 4T1 40 i-- TTa " u "srT""3r"' J37 87. 38T ur iT " Big Assortmen of the Latest Designs In ""r" T n" 33 1 t t" it .IZ w-.- Iff But ; so The Journeu Steadily Graws Mote Difficult! 9r Ill I IW to frm rowword pond e, .JtiGfl&c iy the design. difficult as to wake you cross. V ' - ";'"'"' ' sot - .: v ';.: Thrw years .later tlie budget bureau was created nnd President Harding apixiinted Dnwcs its the camcraiuen were or-- and ag, so seales for the niensurlng of growth in the fundamental ' skills, reading, writing,-- arithmetic ami ,'Hpi'llUMLjrei.beJiig devisi'djind: staiidurda fixed relative to age and ; grade attuiuuients. 'To be morff siiecif ic let us take an illustration from hatul wrirfug. Care-finveHtigatlou has decided vthat fr. all prat'tlcal purjMises a should lie able to write us web an number 60 on the Ae's Hand lcaHurement of the 'writing scuje. work of school children has proved to express relation of weight, height that-bthe cud of the lxih grade a child can be trained to writ as well as quality 00 on the Ayer's s'alo, 52 Otters- ivr mimrfe r hmr bwi, found to lie an. attainable speed to go with quality 00. The teachers of ht six 'h. grade will express standanj.s if hand writing iif terms ot rate and qmility- rate mcusured by numlter of letterss jwr, Uiinute- and qualiry In measured on the A.yre's scale. What the Individual child has attained in this skill wilt be eXire.s.vcd in results gained from testing the pupils baud writing first by count-- ' lug the letter written per minute, then by measuring the quulily of th.ia mme writing on the Ayer's ' . scale. , j.. ul jmt-so- n ' stsu-Hard- -- , dered by their various offices to secnt'e bis picture. As dijvctojLJuLtl4wHlg4--Iiw- cr W8Tfepilre(l to report twice a week to the president at the executive offices where he eameranjcit. make their headquarter He Ktteccasfully ran the gauntlet they act up on his first visit there and on leaving the building he observed they were ngfi In set for him, Again in- - noticed n attempt to picture him.'-- - fuddenly he dashwi "ont the dirr. "Thellihiera clicked t'ut all platea registered a blnrr. K venil photographers pursued Dawes down Pennsylvania aveune lu an automobile but did so In vain.: He landed Inside the treasury building before they had a chance to foeu !. Dawes went through the same proceedings every time he w t"nt to the' White House and alva.s observed that "Joe" mude no attempt to snap him. One day as he as leaving, he called the photographer inside. '. ;1J!YjjiLjtdUwt know," Dawes" began, "that I don't want my picture. tflteXLTthere Is" no .atso leylwg.-Ther- e Is only one gentleiuan in the crowd of you and there he la." , Dawes pointed to "Joe." ' ' That fellow has been around every time you try to snap me, but lie never hiakes an attempt. Why don't' sll of you comply wltU my' wishes?" "Well, general,' one cameraman put in, "we've iieen ordered to make i, yon," "Tell your tiffices that I refuse t pose and don't wan t my picture taken." ., AVith Mils statement Dawes departed nnd took "Joe" Wit n hiuv With hitt arm alHiut "Joe," lhiwes cominending the photographer for not trying to picture him and then tofifeJiim to lunch. Overnight Dawes developed a great likeness for "Joe" aud again had hlm as his lunchcou guest the next day. Their friendship exjianded and "Joe" soon found the "General" posing" for 'an exclusive portrait and extending Mm -- " .' othernid. '. "Thirlhg his"leimre as dirix'tor of Dawes "on many ooeu. the sions took "Joe" out to his home in slmrt vacations. Kvnnston, 111., When he decided to relinquish tils budget bnrean .post,- - Dnwea posed for a picture with General Lord, Jiin successor and "Joe" scored Knottier . scoop. "iVheuever Dawei came to Washington he always notified "Joe" In advance. When he wanted something done here, "Joe" wan his aggnt-- . 'Vhen he wnnonir.iatt;d. for vice. president at Cleveland. "Joe's" telegram of cotitratulatious was one of the first he acknowledged. The same thing occured when the in Noticket was vhx-tea vember. - When he Invaded during the caoipnlgn he had 'Je" come np to nirvt Mm. Driring his Philadelphia .visit "Joe" complained that an illness of soimfyeani Htandfiig was bothering him. Dnwcs Immediately arranged with doctors here to .trent his ..is pal and s Iwck in sTuie, wadv to serve his friends aud Incoming ji ice . -- ""''' "'-,t- .T: fr 1'hila-dclphi- non-v;Jo- c' first-i'lss- president ''"'