There Is NO Other Paste
as good as
You can assure greater
satisfaction with your Wall
Papers if you
they be hung with
Red Stave the
Good Papers Deserve It!
Cheap Papers Need It!
Washables Demand It!
THE HURON MILLING CO., Inc.
By the way, why don't you send in some
news about curtains, or linoleum or wallpaperor
about some good display in your store or in some
store you have recently visited?
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WANTEDJob lots of wallpapers, enamel tiles,
paints and steam wallpaper machines. Send
samples, amounts, and prices toJohn H. Flan
ders, 201 Oxford Street, Lynn, Mass.
WANTEDWallpaper salesmen to sell on com
mission, large up-to-date stock wallpaper to the
trade. M. J. Earl, Reading, Pa.
AGENTS WANTEDGood commission paid
to agents all over United States for selling sub
scriptions to The Wallpaper Magazine. Write
for details to Subscription Department, THE
WALLPAPER MAGAZINE, 9 East 40th Street,
New York, N. Y.
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draperies. Must be sold to settle estate. Best buy
in U. S. Address J. P. Johnson Company, Mar
on January 15th recommended the creation of a com
mittee to work with manufacturers in the furniture, drap
ery and other home furnishing and decorative fields to
secure greater harmony of design and a higher degree
On the 11th and 12th of January the Society of Mas
ter Painters and Decorators of Massachusetts held its
annual convention at the Hotel Statler in Boston. The
very solid and valuable business program included
besides routine businessan address on wallpaper in
relation to interior decoration by Mr. James H. Liberty
of Richard E. Thibaut, Inc., on the morning of the 11th;
and an educational series that afternoon, made up of
three addressesPaint Troubles Prevalent the Last Few
Years, by Mr. Carleton H. Rose of the National Lead
Research LaboratoriesWhat the Schools Are Doing
for the Trades, by Mr. Francis L. Bain, Assistant Direc
tor of Manual Arts in the Boston School System; and
Modernistic Color and Decoration, by Mr. P. Holdensen
of the Boston Employers Chapter. On the second day
of the Convention there were papers onRules and
Regulations Concerning the Painting Business, by Mr.
John Lingard of Somerville, who is now a Trustee and
who was President of the Society in 1925Construction's
Program for Recovery, by Mr. Gordon P. Marshall of
Boston, President in 1929 and Convention Committeeman
on AuditsThe Federal Housing Act, by Mr. J. F. Mal-
ley, State Director of FHASimplified Bookkeeping, by
Mr. John E. Hobbsand Service, by Mr. J. Harry Gil
bert of Waltham, who was President of the Society in
1933. The Women's Auxiliary had a Social Afternoon
on the 11th, and in the evening a grand whist party.
MANY dealers have expressed a need for a
monthly booklet to mail to their prospects,
but they realize that printing them in small
quantities is prohibitively expensive; in large
quantities, the cost per copy naturally is greatly
We are in a position (our friends think) to
write the articles on decoration which should
go in the booklet, and to buy the printing on an
economical basis. This is what we plan to do.
if you want us to, and if a sufficient number of
you will support the plan:
1. We shall print a different eight-page booklet
2. Each booklet will have the same title: "Your
Home is Your Background" and will be written
to interest the housewife.
3. Each booklet's cover will be made up of a
photograph, used in the manner suggested by
the accompanying illustration.
4. The back page will be left blank for your
name. (Have your printer imprint your name
and address, and anything else you want to say
on that page, or simply rubber-stamp your
5. We shall mail you the booklets on the 1st of
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