Borger Daily Herald (Borger, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 118, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 10, 1927 Page: 3 of 14
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PAKIS.—One wife who will not
"Ktttud by" her husband In his pro-
fessional activities is Madame Oeor-
to aee him fight
the music-hall In Paris wli
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BY* H.AltKY M. MORRISON
Color, as in 110 seusón in the his-
tory of the Clothing industry, primi-
ses to be the greatest magnetic force
In th<e"sale of Suits and Topcoats for
When the • buxom Cadillac—the
conservative, staid Cadillac—blos-
somed''forth with "500 color eoinbi-
natlo'ns" and registered new peaks
of success, the day of color had ar-
When conservative, tradition-tied
London-tailors present' lustrous ce-
dar -w.oo'd or mixtures of old plum
and' go(4>" the days of dull blacks,
and dead -shades are gone!
¡ Color in Everything
When color runs riot tn furniture,
home furnishings and motor cari, in
footwear, pajamas, underclothing and
káfe á s.eHin g proposition.
f The lifeless blacks, drab and dull
l grayKare not potent in their appeal.
F Man .lives not by utility alone, but
is motivated by beauty, by color.
Fifr spring the light, bright "sun-
burned" colors are predicted to rule.
Hienda Are Offered
f Ta'iis'and sand shades, browns and
grays in entirely new blends, en-
riched with sheenful threads are
Atfi'ot which promises to make this
Bpring one of the most colorful sea-
sons, in scores of,,years.
While color win take the spotlight,
style, of course, hasn't been over-
looked. The teijdeney in suits is
'toward three-button models—the
^looser effect. The double-breasted
A Cook Honored
Tom Stevens, who is paving his
way through college by cooking in
his spare time, has been elccted
president of the University of Ok-
lahoma student body. His pretty
wife, pictured with him above, is
one.reason for his victory—she
swung a lot of votes.
Alito Locks Protect
CHICACiO, April 'J -(AP)—Locks
to. safeguard automobile drivers
i gainst their own carelessness are
'being tested in the Underwriters'
The forgetfulness of drivers of in-
stiled cars, who park their cars un-
locked and walk away with the feel-
ing that the insurance company "can
do the worrying," has induced the
National Automobile Underwriters
Cohference to withdraw recognition
of locking devices in the writing of
insurance. To meet the situation
a new lock is being developed.
The new lock is so designed that
when the driver switches off the ig-
nition to stop his engine the auto
niatically locks the car.
i Wins $5 Prize In
■ Watson Guessing
Little Miss Lucy O'Hair yesterday
won'the Í5 cash prize offered by H.
P. Wahwn of the Watson Variety
¿tore try guessing that the Watson
window'contained 600 rolls of toilet
paperi. Among tjio forty contestants,
rucsfltiB ranged from 2.000 to 250
Hisses Mary Parsons and Ruth Hbn-
ichi'er also guessed 600, but were
lot present when the prizes wsre
'warded, so the cash went to Miss
Hair without question.
IN MOW 1UOURAPHY
NJMV" YORK—Hitherto unpub-
ihed letters l'rom George Wasli-
SttpA*to the women members of his
.miiy are iftj-luded In a new blogra-
by,-"Washington," by Joseph 'Oilla-
ay. Sawyer, f.o be published this
suits have seen their vogue. They
will sell only sparsly In spring—and
then confined mainly to blues. This
Is acording to salesmen's reports for
the larger clothiers.
Of course, the two-mutton suits,
the old stand-by of many years, will
continue in favor with a certain, class
—particularly the business man.
Short Coat for Collegian
The collegt type of- suit, with it*
short, straight, boxy coat, six-button
vest and wide straight trousers, will
continue to intrgue the younger
man—and if predictions mean any-
thing there should be an unusual sale
of such clothes. For this style ox--
fords and blues will share favor with
tlie "loud'' strange designs.
Among the patterns herringbones
are expected to prove extremely
popular, especially in the wider el-
fects. Glen Urquarharts and plaids
will bp in considerable demand.
Stripes, while they promise to inter-
est a great many, probably will not
be as popular this season as hereto-
"Twists" are going to enjoy a con-
siderable headway, as are also chev-
iots and worsteds.
Notch Lapels Kavored
Notch lapels (square and rounded
r,oiclies) will lie almost unanimous
favorites. "Peaks" are gradually
passing out. of the sartorial picture.
Sees Employer And
Labor Draw Closer
WASHINGTON, April 9—( AP) —
A spirit of co-operation between em-
ployer and employe is increasingly
evident in the industrial world, says
the Federal Council of Churches'
handbook, made public today.
"Employe representation has
grown until approximately 1,000
concerns with a million workers are
using democratic methods in solv-
ing the problems of industrial rela-
tions as they arise in the daily op-
eration of mills and mines," (he
statement continues. "In several of
our more Important industries em-
ití topcoats it is expected that the
regulation button-through model will
be the prime favorite, but there are
indications that the fly front will be
d,emandied in limited numbers by the
Another style—the raglan—-is com-
ing anrt coming with greater forcc.
There s«ems to lie a feeling in well
ploying about four million of work-
ers employers and regular labor
unions are now working with reas-
onable harmony and efficiency.
SPANISH ARTIST IS
PRAISED AT CAPITAL
WASHINGTON,—His portrait of
Señorita Rosa Maria Padilla, daugh-
ter of the Spanish ambassador at
Washington, brought American rec-
ognition to Don Xesus Corvesdoyra
de Castro, who came to the capital
unheralded, although he has paint-
ings In the Luxembourg in Paris and
in the Buenos Aires Museum.
TRY A Want Ad. They get Results.
informed quarters that raglans will
register their real success in the
higher priced rrangs.
Straight Tubular Models
Most of the coats-will lie trifle
shorter than heretofore, with leg!lis
from \ G to 47 1-2 inches, with most
models straight and tubular.
Tweeds, heringbones, overplaids.
ADY1SKS GIRL SIXiiKRS
TO STAY IN AMKRICA
PA IllS—fAmerican girls with op-
eratic ambitions should not be in a
hurry to come to Europe, says an
American singer who lias the soprano
success at the Geneva Opera last
winter, one of the coveted honors
ol' European opera. Miss Alice Mock
of Oakland, Cal
SEES INTELLECT! AL
AWAKENING IN STATES
NEW HAVEN, Conn. -American
university students are in the niidst
oí' a great intellectual awakening,
in tlie belief of Prof. William Lyon
Of Smart New Easter Apparel Just Received Direct
Fron\ New York
In keeping with our policy of saving our friends and customers money, we inaugur-
ate this sale just at the right time for you to save handsomely on your Easter pur-
chases of Ready-to-Wear and Millinery. ^
anil homespuns will hold the center
of the stage and there will be a
marked tendency to the brown and
As they say in financial advertise-
ments, these forcasts are not guar-
anteed, but were taken from sources
that are deemed dependable-
Phelps of Yale, who attributes this
to the increase in reading modern
literature, both foreign and native.
GERMAN JAZZ OPERA
HAS AMERICAN TONE
DRESDEN. Germany -American
influences were evident in the pre-
sentation of the first jazz opera
given in Germany. Entitled "Johnny
spielt atif," which means approxi-
mately "Johnny strikes up," its pre-
miere was applauded by a large
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Caufield, T. E. Borger Daily Herald (Borger, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 118, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 10, 1927, newspaper, April 10, 1927; Borger, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth167051/m1/3/: accessed April 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hutchinson County Library, Borger Branch.