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April 07, 1921 - Image 4

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STELLAR EVOLUTION
Ij BEINGSTUDIED HERE

curves or grades, and green showing
moving or traffic danger only to be
used at road intersections.
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s ivia
inley's Twenty-Eighth
rid Last Festival

CIA BORI

. Soprano

(Metropolitan Opera Company)

PONSELLE

Soprano

(Metropolitan Opera Company)
FENCE HIKL

Soprano.'

CE JOHNSON KONOLD
Soprano
£NA VAN GORDON Contralto

(Chicago Opera Association)

LE ALCOCK

Contralto

XRLES MARSHALL
(Chicago Opera Association)
VILLE HARROLD
(Metropolitan Opera Company)
dBERT MURPHY
(Metropolitan Opera Company)

Tenor

Tenor'

Tenor

IUR MIDDLETON

Baritone

L

The department of astronomy at
the Detroit Observatory has been em-
ployed for some time past in the
study of stellar evolution. By stellar
evolution is meant the changes which
take place in the life history of a star.
As some stars take more than 1,000,-
000,000 years to reach their final
stage of development, it would hardly
Ibe possible to watch thestars while
making these changes so that the
system of studying different stars as
examples of fhe different stages is
used.
The spectra of the stars is used as
a key to the determination of :their
relative ages. The spectra are taken
by a specially designed instrument
knowsp as the spectrograph, to which
many new additions have been made
by Michigan's astronomy department.
Astronomists agree as to the rela-
tive ages of nearly 99 percent of the
stars and it is non-conforming 1 per-
cent which is being studied at theob-
servatory. By studying these stars
astronomists hope to place them in
their, natural spectra sequence.
Two volumes containing the ac-
counts of the instruments used and
the results discussed up to 1916 have
been published and the department
of ast"onomy is working on material
for a third volume.
U. S. TO ISSUE INSURANCE
TO COVER WAR RISK TERMS
Congress has decided that the gov-
ernment of the United States will
issue regular forms of insurance poli-
cies to which the present War Risk
term policies may be converted. The
'policies already authorized are: ordi-
nary life, 20 payment life, 30 pay-
ment life, 20 year endowment, 30
year"endowment and endowment at
the age of62.
All ex-service men and women hold-
ing War Risk term policies may con-
vert their present contracts to any of
the new forms listed above. For in-
formation write R. G. Cholmeley-
Jones, Bureau of War Risk Insurance,
United States Treasury Dept., Wash-
ington, D. C.
NEW JERSEY MAY INSTALL
COLORED HIGHWAY SIGNAL
Trenton, N. J., April 6-Installation
of a national system of color signals
for the control of motor traffic on
national and state highways, similar
to the standardized use of red, yellow
and green in railroad systems is sug-
gested by highway, officials of New
Jersey, who have approved a bill for
adoption of the plan in t't state.
The bill which contains measures
approved by the Committee on Stan-
dards of the American Association of
State Highway Officials, would have
red signs to indicate first degree dan-
ger such as railroad crossings, dead
ends of roads, or lift bridges; yellow
Indicating second degree danger at
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Whith acknowvledgmecnts

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Sure endoiliewod'
weut ack oonme

71,

IT WAS a whale.
OF A hill, and the old bus.
S -* * *
GROANED AND shuddered.
AND FINALLY stalled.
AND YOU could fry eggs,
ON THE radiator.
WELL, WHAT I know.
. . *
ABOUT BUZZ wagons.
COULD BE written big,
* * *
ON A postage stamp.
BUT I fiddled around.
AND TORE my new shirt.
* * r
AND GOT all smeared up.
THE ENGINE would start.
BUT LIZZIE wouldn't.
4 * *
NOT ON that hill.
SO I quit and lit up.
* * 4
ONE OF my cigarettes.
AND THOUGHT it over.
THEN I had a hunch.
PUSHED HER around.
4 4 4
PULLED A thing-a-ma-jig.
AND THE blame boat.
* * *
BACKED UP the hill.
WITHOUT EVEN hesitating.
30 I' learned a trick.
WHICH EVERY driver.
SHOULD REMEMBER.
WHEN IN doubt, light up.
A "SATISFY" cigarette.
.4 * * .
FOR WITH one of those.
GEARED TO your teeth.
YOU CAN start anything.

JL

41" V

(Metropolitan Opera Company)
ORE HARRISON

In package.sof20 proteoted
by special moisture-proof
wrapper. Also in round
AIR T'GHT tins of' 50

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Pianist

Quality All Through'

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VERSITY CHORAL UNION;
ALBERT A. STANLEY, Conductor
CAGO SYMPHONY ORCHES-
TRA,

LET US FIGURE ON YOUR SPRING
PAINTING

FREDERICK cSTOCK, Conductor

AND

ZGE CHORUS OF SCHOOL
CHILDREN
GEORGE OSCAR BOWEN; Conductor

DECORATING
Our Work Satisfies

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