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September 7, 1922

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,o THE ORT()NVILLE MAGAZINE SECTION INDEPENDENT ORTONVILLE, MINN., THUR8DAY, 8EPTEMBER 7, 1922 NUMBER 18 Homes at Macatawa Beach Go Up in Smoke New York Basket Party That Is Really Worth While the conflagration which recently destroyed thirty cottages at Macatawa Beach, a well-known where many Chicago families spend tle summer. At the left are some of the "refugees" encamped Place to Be Summer White House country home and surroundinl grounds of Edward McLean, Washington publisher, which will be used White House by the President. The place Is but a short distance from the capital and has a small golf coarse. Always Easy for Navy Lads the boys in the navy have an easy life, take a look at this the U. S. S. Paul Hamilton, in dry dock at San Diego," Cal: It is barnacles and other sea growth and the lads inspecting it will :'rape it clean. Bandit Bear at Work Is at it again. The famous holdup bear of Yellowstone Park of ears this year in his search for eats. Here usual beat" on the road between the park entrance at Yellow- Lake. B Im If you have coal enough next winter to keep the furnace going, you will be interested In this photograph. It shows a leaking radiator test under way in the great laboratory of the bu- reau of standards in Washington. Through the research of tim bureau automatic drain valves have been standardized to make the radiators 100 per cent effective even in the cold- eat weather. GIFT FROM ITALY'S KING Here is part of a novel "basket party" at the Sea Br(ze (Staten Island) home of the Assoclathm for Improving Conditions of the Poor. -More than seven hundred youngsters, children of New York's poor, are having a two weeks' outing at the Staten lshnd home, where they are able to enjoy tie fresh air and sunshine denied them in the crowded streets and tenement districts of tle city. DEATH FOR DUCKS J. M. Amlck of lone, Amador( coun- ty, California, with a fowling-piece which has been In his family for many centuries. It is now seven feet long, but originally was a full eight feet six inches from butt to sight. Mr. Amlck uses the gun for duck hunting and says he can bring a bird down from a height of 300 feet: FLOWERS IN THE SNOW It Isn't every one who can pick I[ fiower from the snow In July, but "Miss Alice Jackson of Canyon Camp in Yellowstone is doing It high on the slopes of Mount Washburn. rhe nov. :city is but one of the many that the great national park is springing on i visitors to its golden anniversary cele- bration. Chalice presented by the king of Italy to the Holy Name church in Washington. It is of solid silver, Ro- man design, 12 inches high, with chlz- sled reliefs of the apostles on the base and delicately engraved handle sym- bolizing faith, hope and charity. 8elf.Help. "I'm a Cfnderella, b"t no fairy makes for me a coach out of a pumpkin." 6l - O Learn t make a pie out of one and you'll get a good husband, glrl," Judge. Is This One of Stuart's Washingtons? Considerable discussion bas been aroused among art critics over thll sainting, which shows George Washington with Marquis Lafayette In the background, a-T'o the possibilities of its belng the work of Gilbert C. Stuart. The picture, which Is supposed to have been painted for Lafayette, is now in the possession of W. D. Bristol of Lisbon, O. It was purchased from a French family in 1840. There are many Stuart characteristics In the picture and art criHes are waiting to see the results of the cleaning process before: asslng final Judgment. Sonny, Even and the Baby in Question Here are the principals In an affair that is interesting the American pUb- lic. At the left Is Cornelius Vanderbllt ("Sonny") Whitney, san of Harry Payne Whitney, in position as a member of a Yale crew; at the right is Even Burrows Fotaine, interpretative dancer, formerly of the Ziegfeld Fotlies ; and In the center Is Miss Fontaine's little_boy, who, according to her hitherto uncontradlcted story, is the son of young Whitney. She has begn suit against the youtli. INTERE, STING FACTS A machine gun made In the Seven- i The fruit of the eggplant is llome, teenth century bad 64 barrels. ! thnea cal .mad apple." One of the odd facts In connection The bureau of mines predict8 a field with snow crystals is that practical- ,ff usefulness for slate waste aa an ly all of the hundreds of different va- ! asphalt filler instead Of cement or -letles are hexagonal 0n form.  iimestone.