I fATFOUTLOOK FOR PROSPERITY IN 1928peionwti the field.
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OV R A E , PROFESSOR MAINTAINS'rlief and points out that th farim HOUS[E IDANCES CLUI7B S
er will have to suffer with tlre rest JOE SOLOMIAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA
ONMTEST Another year of profitless prosper- market as great as the capacity of lof the country in a period of depres- A Real Dance Orchestra Open for Engagement(
UUIIILO ~~ity, and a still, greater slump in eco- their productions. A few industries sion. There is at the present tneJO LOM N -P NE31PrptSrie
nomic and industrial progress, is the will boom according to the foreca t, an increased amount of urrml~li~oy- +JESL A ---P O E31frmt prl,
recently presented verdict of Profes- and among these will be the steel ment, he continued, and this p Joints PAjRTIES 42 Thomipson BALLROOM ai ors, Nod
11ay 1, 1927,T sor Hahn of Northwestern university group and the automobile manufac-I toward less prosperity for the new NcesAcd
1BeCerd regarding business prospects for turers, the last due to the great cor- 1year.sArad
wss i.+v uaavaaac 1].y.