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34 THE SATURDAY EVENING POST May 15, 1920 G- 4 (Ne Melody of Music and the Melody of Light 4 TT seventeen when voices change, and the whole world changes too—what scenes do you remember when you think of seventeen ? Evening scenes, most of them. The shaded lamp ; the group around the piano; snatches of songs long forgotten; the radiance of laughter and the sparkle of brilliant eyes. Whether the rugs were rich or the pictures rare is difficult now to remember. For any living room is richly furnished if music and light are there. Youthful voices and a shaded lamp—the melody of music and the melody of light. @ E. L. W. of C. E. Co. Thr third of a win painted he NORMAN ROCICWRLI for the Edison Lamp Work BACKED by MAZDA Service, centered in the great Research Laboratories of the General Electric Company, and by forty years of continuous development, Use Edison MAZDA lamps ,o r every lighting purpose. DISON MAZDA Edison MAZDA lamps represent the latest and best in lighting. Each lamp is wrapped in a distinctive "His Only Rival" wrapper—and this as well as the name Edison MAZDA etched on each lamp is your assurance of lighting quality and service. LAMPS HisOnlyRi EDISON LAMP WORKS OF GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY


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