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30 THE SATURDAY EVENING POST January 7, 1922 SINCE lamps are so important in the home don't just ask for "lamps" or `bulbs;" ask for Edison MAZDA Lamps, and get the best. For the mark MAZDA on a lamp is your assurance that it is the most perfect that science has thus far developed. And when MAZDA Service, centered in the Research Laboratories of the General Electric Company develops a more perfect light, that, too, will be an Edison MAZDA Lamp. Painting by Norman Rockwell, © E. L. W. of G.E. Co "LINISHED is the little house; the furni- 1 ture is all in place. And side by side they sit together looking forward into the years. "Everything all right?" he asks. All right," says she. There is no echo, but on the table behind them the friendly lamp gleams its cheerful "All's right." In every happy hour of life, good light plays its part. Since it is so important, why not be sure that you have the best — plenty of Edison MAZDA Lamps properly placed. Look for the Edison MAZDA Lamp girl in the dealer's window; the Edison Agent is trained in transforming homes with the magic of good light. EDISON LAMP WORKS OF GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY


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