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12 THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, THURSDAY, FEBRtlARY 9, 1933 SOCIAL OFF TO FRESNO MEETING FRIDAY • Will Attend Weuk-End Convention of H. S. Girls of Vallev Twenty-five members of the Bak- •rHfteld High School Girl Reserves, accompanied by their advisers, Miss Kdltha Howoll, Mls.s Elolso Nelson and Miss Orpha. Mao Barnes, will leave tomorrow afternoon for Fresno, where they are to attend a week-end convention of Girl Reserves from oil parts of the San Joaquln valley. The convention will open Friday evening and continue through Saturday. The Bakersfleld clubs will havo charge of the opening ceremony Saturday morning, to bo held at the Fresno Y. M. O. A., and Miss Frances Embrry, member of the local junior- senior group, will preside. Other high school groups to take pnrt In the two-day program will represent Portervllle, ExetiT, Fresno, Selma, Strathmore, Kdlfon Tech, Fowler and Tranquillity. A number of prominent persons havn born secured .-us lecturers who will Klicak liefore the Girl Reserves at different section meotlngs during the convention, among them Mrs. Bartlett Heard, of Berkeley, Dr. Norman Henderson and Miss Helen Wlglit- mnn, of Fresno State College. Representing the Junior-senior triangle of Bakersfleld at the convention will bn Misses Irene Bolsseranc, Frances Kmbrey, Kvelyn Hall, Cecilln Holland, Klearor Krauter, Opal Lyons, Mnrjorle Marmaduko, Wllma Rlsden, Murlan Robblns, Eleanor Slqueido, Ruby Williams, and Bennlo Camp. The sophomore group Is sending us its ileleprates Misses Emma. Sandrlnl, Winifred Hilton, Dorothy Dodson, Willie Mae Shearer, Jean Otto, Freda Watts and Opal Alexander, and the freshman triangle, Misses Pearl Bracchl, Alice Clerou, Martha Morris, Susanna Amell and Thelma Lyons. •> | C. S. F. Affair Given Today to Greet Neophytes Miss Julia Stankey, president of the Bakersfleld High School chapter of the California Scholastic Federation, welcomed the students who became eligible for membership In the honor society through their scholaitlc achievements of the past semester at the Initial C. S. F. luncheon of the spring term this afternoon. Mis* Barbara Shomate responded on behalf of the new members. Ninety students attained the required grades, three As and a B, or better, last semester, and are eligible for membership, It was reported. Speakers on this afternoon's program were Leo B. Hart, school counselor, whose topic was "The Place and the Importance of the C. S. F, In Our School," and Miss Orphn Mae Barnes, of the high school faculty, who answered the question, "I* High Scholarship Worth the Co*t?" In the affirmative. SILVER TEA WILL BE GALA AFFAIR P. T. A. Event Tuesday to Promote Fellowship: Milk Benefit SHORT STORIES READ EOR CLUB Original Manuscripts Are Much Enjoyed at Home of Mark F. Wilcox Two short stories written by members of the Short Story Club wero rend during the regular monthly meeting of the group Wednesday evening at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Mark F. Wilcox. "Hobgoblin," a mystery story by Thadcus Jones, and and Interesting child's story, "His First Shave/' by Mrs. Henry Seron, were the original manuscripts brought before the club. The next session of the short story group, which meets regularly on the second Wednesday of the month, will bo held at the home of Mrs. G. L. Martin, 2451 Nlles street. Original compositions by Miss Elizabeth Heln, Mrs. Jennie Engell and Mrs. Martin will be read at that tlmo. Those present at yesterday's meet- Ing Included Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox, Miss Elizabeth Heln, Mcsdames S. Z. Carson, F. Oayle, Harriett Orlswold, H. M. Scron, G. L. Martin, Jennie Engcll and Laura Ives, and Messrs. H. Heln, C. Carson, C. A. Griffith, A. 1C. lY-terson and R. W. London. *-»-«• INTENTION TO WED Christian Herman, 37, nnd Inez C. Kerr, SB, BakersfleltJ. _ NEGLECT OF COMMON CONSTIPATION IS A SERIOUS MATTER Prevent This Condition With Kellogg's ALL-BRAN Inspired by a two-foKl objective, rovldlng a function at which members nd friends of the P. T. A. move- lent may become better acquainted, nd sponsoring an affair to raise money for milk for underprivileged hlldron In the city schools, a silver ea will bo held under auspices of lie Bakersfleld P. T. A. council at he Woman's Club hall Tuesday, Febuary 14. The hours are set for from to 4:30 o'clock. Presidents of the associations will 10 hostesses, assisted by several mem- iers of each group. Mrs. J. J. Fagan, chairman, has ilanncd a splendid program. Tea will be poured by Mrs. Andrew lancock, Mrs. Walker Rankln, Mrs. R. Wllkes, and Mrs. J. F. Faber, i group of active P. T. A, workers. TO VISIT DAIRY Members of the Warmer class of ''Irst Methodist Church will go Friday fternoon to the Peacock Dairy Farm, or « tour of Inspection. They will cave the church nt 2 o'clock. A regular monthly meeting is set or Friday night at the homo of Mrs. Carla Harms, 013 G street. The first question your doctor asks is whether you are constipated or not. He knows that this condition may cause headaches, loss of appetite and energy, sleeplessness. It is often the starting point of serious disease. You can prevent and relieve common constipation so easily. Just eat a delicious cereal once a day. Laboratory tests show that Kellogg's ALL-BRAN provides "bulk" to exercise the intestines, and vitamin B to further aid regular habits. ALL-BRAN is also a rich source of blood-building iron. The "bulk" in ALL-BRAN is much like that found in leafy vegetables. Within the body, it forms a soft mass. Gently, it clears out the intestinal wastes. Isn't this "cereal way" safer anc far more pleasant than taking patent medicines—so often harmful' Tvrp tablespoonfuls of ALL-BRAN daily are usually sufficient. With each meal in serious cases. If not relieved this way, see your doctor Enjoy ALL-BRAN as a cereal, or use in cooking. Get the red-and green package at your grocer's. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. LOVELY EOR CLUB Threo attractions in addition -to u. talk by Mrs, Gellne MacDonald Bowman, of Richmond, Va., national president of the Business and Professional Women's Club, are planned for tonight's dinner of the local club, set for 6:45 o'clock sharp In the Spanish ballroom of Hotel El Tojon. Mrs. L. Frank Johndrow will preside. Miss JuKtlna Hendsch Is chairman of the committee on arrangements. Members of the Blue and White qunrlet, an ensemble of four excellent male voices from the Kern County Union High/School, directed by Miss Ruth Morgan, will sing three or more numbers. "The Collegians," a 10-pIece orchestra, managed by Billy Qarrtott, will play during the meal. As previously announced Miss Llna ! Gastonl, popular soprano vocalist, wll i sing, accompanied at the piano by ! Miss Louise Hamilton. Miss Qastonl's i selections will be "L'Amour Toujours I L'Amour" (Frlml), "Serenade" (Toi selll) and "The Firefly" (Frlml). Her | second selection will be sung In I Italian. LATER /^HEUO, GRACE-STILL AT IT ? YOU OUGHT TO USE RWSO WASHES DISHES LIKE LIGHTNING -AND IT'S EASY ON YOOIuv HANDS ALL THESE DISHES! IT WILL TAKE ME AN HOUR TO DO THEM NO THANKS, JIM. IM USING RINGO. IT LOOSENS GREASE IN A FLASH. I'LL BE THROUGH IN HO TIME V~ CAN I HELP YOU, GRACE? $1.00 ANY WATCH REPAIRED Material* Ustd at Coit Reader's Jewelers 1622 Nineteenth Street EXPERT PLATE WORK Reduced Prices Now Dr. Fletcher 622 Kentucky St. Phone 2531-W (N»l to Gnrud. Thtiler) Much easier to wash dishes in these creamy suds D ON'T TAKE our word for It—try Rinslsntl sit! 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Chester Avenue at Twentieth Street "FREE" Guaranteed First Quality CHIFFON HOSE FOOLS IMMIGRATION AUTHORITIES Lee Jean Carter, platinum blonde motion picture actros, slipped on* over on Immigration officers who are conducting a drive against foreign players. She was one of a class of 150 taking the oath of cltlienihlp In Los Angeles. She Is a native of Canada. Caledonia Lodge Holds Observance Supper was served to 150 guests when Caledonia lodge, No. 480, F. & A. M., held Its first "past masters' night" Wednesday evening. .Some of those present were from Massachusetts, Iowa, Georgia, Indiana, Illinois and various parts of California. Ten of the 12 past masters of the lodge attended. Grand lodge certificates wero presented by Lee J. Crain, worshipful master and master of ceremonies. Talks wore made by Arthur E. Overton and Whit C. Barber, inspectors of the local districts. 4 « » Dr. Kamprath Wins Professional Honor Doctor Wlllard O. Kamprath, local chiropractor, with offices at 2200 Truxtun avenue, was awarded the 1932 placque given annually by the Sigma Chi Omega fraternity to the stud«nt earning the highest grade In the state board examination for chiropractors. Doctor Kamprath, who (s the son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kamprath, well known local residents, was graduated from the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic. The placque was received yesterday. Sorority Plans Affairs Plans for a formal banquet February 22 at Hotel El Tejon, followed by Initiation at the chapter rooms in the Woman's Club building, are progress- Ing rapidly, according to a report last evening by Mrs. Howard Callaway, chairman, to members of Alpha Psl chapter of the Sigma Thl Gamma sorority. Mls.s Mildred Foley, chairman of an Informal dance Saturday night at the Stockdale Country Club, for members and Invited guests, reported wide Interest In the affair, which will be held from 10 to 2 o'clock, with music furnished by a six-piece orchestra. Others on Miss Foley's committee are Miss Lucille Curnow and Miss LaVaun Long. The hostesses will be Mesdames Freeman Chambless, Eric Johnson, Howard Callaway, Charles Conk- lln, Gottlieb Koch, George Carlson, Denver Smetzer, Howard Laster and Robert Stockton and the Misses Martha Graham, Virginia McLean, Virginia Voorhles, Edna Baum, Eleanor Johnson. Luclle Pesante, Mildred Foley, Mary MclCee, Katharyn Sprague, LaVaun Long, Dorothy Allen and Lucille Curnow. * » • El Sabado Dancing Club Members of 131 Sabado Dancing Club will hold one of their series of dances February 18 in the Spanish ballroom of Hotel El Tejon. The hours are set from 10 to 1 o'clock. Music will be provided by a five-piece local orchcs- ra, according to plans arranged by Ir. and Mrs.. Vance Van Riper, chalr- nen of the committee In charge. Fresno Park Zoo Given Huge Eagle (United I'resa Leased W<re) FRESNO, Feb. 9.—A huge, eagle, •hose wings measure 7 foot from tip o tip, perched morosely today In a ago at Roodlng Park, Fresno munlcl- U zoo. He was found by a party of geolo- IsUi In the Tar canyon district, near ianford, caught by one claw In a steel rap. Apparently, members of the arty said, he was caught when he (.tempted to steal the bait from tho rap. The bird was presented to the city y tho party. K. C. Council's Smoker Tonight; Athletic Events Exhibition boxing and wrestling matches will be presented tonight when the local council, Knight* of Columbus, entertain at the K. C. hall. A buffet,supper will close tha evening. Quest* as well as member* ar* being invited. The smoker Is arranged a* a get. together affair In connection with a membership drive co-operating with the national program. The committee in charge Is comprised of Ray Holme*, Vincent Clerou and Laurence Murphy. Want lo Look Young The secret of Hooping young 1 to feel youue—to do this you mua watch your llvpr auU bowels— thero'is no noucl of having a nullo\ complexion—darlc rings under you eyes—pimples—a bilious look your face—dull eyes with n oparkle. Your -doctor will tell yo ninety per cent of all ulcknea comes from inactive bo.vvels an liver. Dr. Edwards, a well-known phj slelan in Ohio, perfected a voge table compound as a substitute to calomel to act on the liver and bowels, which he gave to his patients for years. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets are gentle in their action yet always effective. They help bring about that natural buoyancy which all should enjoy by toning up the liver and clearing tho system of Impurities. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets are known by tholr 'ollvo color. 15c, DOc, tiOc.— Adv. 'S FETE ENJOYIP TAFT West Side Chapter Honors Kiddies of Members at Annual Party TAFT, Feb. 0.—A program of un- usunl merit resulted when children of members of Tuft Chapter No. 387, Order of the Eastern Slur, gathered In Masonic temple last night for the annual children's party nnd entertainment. Talent of R high order was evidenced as the varied and Interesting program was given. The children were gathered In the banquet room at 7:30 o'clock while the chapter waa In session, and given a delightful treat of party refreshments, served at long tables decorated In keeping with the tastes of the, juvenile guests. Games were played until 9:30 o'clock, when they were conducted to the chapter room where the program took place. Dawn Smith, a talented little Hlnger, opened the program by singing "Alice Blue Gown" and "In Old Shanty Town." She was garbed In a quaint blue gown. Mary Esther Donaldson, another small songstress, did her bit delightfully, and Lnverno Thomas was clever In a recitation. As a tiny Dutch dancer, Elaine Us- tlck was received with acclaim when she gave a well executed number, garbed In a -Dutch costume. Swedish Dancers A group of Swedish folk dancers composed of Jane Rowecllffe, Brma Knight, Jean Skeen, Elsa May Butlln, Dick Orubbs, Bobby Blackburn, Eugene Hale and Frank Bauman were one of the hits of the evening as they performed a difficult number. Arthur Knight, only 4 years of age, was another small performer who deserves special comment for the ex- cclicnce of his singing. Karl Faut. less than -1, tiny newcomer from Germany, sang very pleasingly In German, much to the delighted amazement of the nudlen'.-i. Ruth Estclle LeGar, young daughter of the worthy matron of the chapter, gave a delightful performance on the 'cello, her number being "At Sunset." Robert Donnldson at the piano gave a good account of himself and Dickie Orubbs appeared again In a cowbo> song which he sang In a most creditable cowboy manner. Vernon Howes, a most promising young violinist, played a popular number and his twin sister, Vivian appeared In a recitation. Little Miss Vivian appeared In a bridal costume and gave the poem composed by Mrs \V. T. Walton on the occasion of the golden wedding anniversary of the youngster's grandparents, which was celebrated a year or two ago. Other Number* Cleta Houston In a song, Untce Lot In a recitation and John Fruit In a piano number added pleasingly to tin program. Betty Jean Ross and Gladys Coope in quaint dancers' costumes wer< charming In a tap dance duo and woi their audience by their excellent per formance. Girl Reserves Entertained at Valentine Party g Members of the Junlor-8*nlor triangle of the Qlrl Reserves were guest* of their president, Mia* Ruby Williams, at 2205 Twentieth street, Wednesday evening, when she entertained at a valentine party, Elaborate decorations carried out the valentine motif. Games enjoyed during the evening were Heart*, Lotto, and Jigsaw puzzle*. Miss Dorothy Brlggs entertained with a group of piano number*. Those present Included Mies Editha Howell, faculty adviser, and Mlaie* Irene Bolsseranc, Beenle Camp, Virginia Dowdy, Frances Embrey, Evelyn Hall, Kathlen Hicks, Cecilia Holland, Grace King, J*an Klrkpa trick, Eleanor Krauter, Theresa Lam- beraon, Opal Lyons, Marjorle Marmaduke, Thelma Renz, Wllma Rlsden, Marian Robblns, Nadeyne Robinson, Eleanor Slqueldo, Muriel Thleeen, Ruby William* and Dorothy Brlggs. TOPIC AT MEETING A Joint meeting of the Junior college social science club and the Aropagus Club was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William van Ewert, 2121 Palm street, last evening. Reports summarizing findings of the different groups In their study of prohibition were given by Mr. Ewart, Harry Miller, Harold Estep, Gerald Estop, Miss Margaret Bailey, Miss Isabello Hanawalt, Miss Margaret Hanawalt, Miss Mary DeLacy, Miss Luclle Jennings and Mlfs Jane Bellows. J. W, McDanlel presided as chairman of the meeting. Upon conclusion of the business session, refreshments wero served nnd the remainder of the evening was passed socially. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ewert, .Misses Peggy Cooke, Evelyn Schmidt, Jane Bellows, Ludlo Jennings, Mildred Gibson, Marian DeCew, Eleanor Champion, Marlon DeLacy, Margaret Hanawalt, Isabello Hanawalt, and Margaret Bailey; J. W. McDanlel, Alvin Lult- Jens, Harry Miller, Harold Estep and Gerald Estep. Auxiliary to Enroll Large Roster for Patriotic Pro- grant Under Way Enrollment of a large membership to carry forward the civic, patriotic and welfare work of the American Legion Auxiliary In Bakersfleld during the coming year will be the objective of the Frank S. Remolds' unit In B concentrated membership effort to bo- gin February lo, All eligible women will bo Invited to become members of the unit and tnke part In the activities* outlined for 1033. Mrs. Amy Clarke has been appointed to direct, the enrollment and will bo assisted by a Inrge committee of members. "The activities of the American Legion Auxiliary are a continuance of the patriotic work rarrlod out by women during the World War," said Mrs. William E. Patrick, unit president, In announcing the opening of the membership effort. "There Is i' special need for such work at this time when the country Is facing many problems similar to those of war. Ro- llef work for the victims of the economic crisis, Americanism endeavors to check radical trends de» veloplng from the current unrest, and welfare activities for the war disabled, widows and orphans will bo purt of the auxiliary's program. "The auxiliary Is open to the wives, mothers, sisters and daughters of American Legion members and of men killed In the war or who have died since the conflict. Women who were enlisted in the army or navy during the war, such as army nurses and navy 'yeomanettes,' are also eligible. To these women the auxiliary offers many Interesting activities and social contacts. Most of alt. It offer? them an opportunity to go forward with the men of the Legion In peace-time service to the community, state and nation." FRATERNAL vy Thimble Club Members of the Ivy Thimble Club will meet Friday at the homo of Mrs. Minnie Goble, 230 Qulncy street, for an all-day session. Potluck luncheon vtll be served at noon. Virginia Jesse, talented youn daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burre Jesse, gave a vocal number and added to the many laurels she has already won by her music. Miss Virginia and her older sister are much In demand for programs. Mrs. Mabel Jesse and Mrs. Anna Folk arranged the program and Mrs. Marie Howes managed the games downstairs. Decorations were In the hands of Mrs. Helen Trammel aided by Mesdamen Lela Bean, Ida Howe- cliff and Nell Grant. Refreshments, were In tho hands of Mrs. Helen Ogg, assisted by Mesdames Eda Clark, Sablna Devlne, Ethel Dewar, Erma DIxon, Christine Guzman, Aletta Orady, Maude Kldd, Zell Whlteneck, Bertha Askew, Myrtle Andre, Corlnne Blackburn and Antoinette Dabney. GIVE BIRTHDAY DINNER OILDALE, Feb. 9.—A birthday dinner was given Tuesday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Roscoo Arnold of Highland Park, honoring Mrs. Arnold's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jones of Oildale, whose birthdays have occurred during the past month. Many beautiful gifts were received by both Mr. and Mrs. Jones. Those attending tho dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hughes and daughter Thelma, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jones and children, Mildred and Melvin, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Richardson of Ontario, Calif., and Mr. nnd Mrs. Roscoe Arnold and daughter, Edna. *-•-• W. R. C. PARTY Convention delegates of the Woman's Relief Corps entertained at another of their series of card parties Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. O. L. Clausnltzer, 2405 San Emi- dlo street. Hand-embroidered sifts were presented as prizes to Mrs. J. E. Veon, Mrs. J. L. Davis, Mrs. Carrie Miller, and Mrs. Hcrmlna Schmidt (a special prize). D. of V. Meeting Daughters of Union Civil War Veterans will meet Friday evening at 8 o'clock at Memorial hall with Mrs. Virginia Preston presiding. Mrs. Preston has requested, a full attendance of members. WIMODAUSIS MEETING Members of the Wimodausls Club will hold "work day" Friday, beginning at 2 o'clock. Tho meeting will be held In the cardrooms of tho Ma- Bonlc temple. Mrs. J. J. Wilt Is chairman of refreshments. Mrs. A. S. Brown will preside. •PLAN SERVICE DAY __ II. T. Strong, assistant farm adviser, announces a service day to be held at the University Farm, Davis, on Thursday, February 16, which should be of Interest to hog raisers in this county. Professor E. H. Hughes, head of the swine department of the college of agriculture, will be in charge of the program which Is arranged for the benefit of hog raisers. CICOTO nCCIOCDC tltulo umltKo Pete Meiers was elected consul of Bakersfleld chapter of the Phi Chi fraternity Wednesday r.lght. succeeding Walter Xormanly. The term Is for six months. Others elected were Mathew Hothersall, vice-consul; Young Thornburg, treasurer: Kenneth* Uren, corresponding secretary; Earl Ahman, recorder; Bill Dunham, historian; Louts Le- mucchl, guard, and Joe Collins, chaplain. Harlan Summers was named publicity chairman. A party was planned for members and their ladles at the Shell picnic grounds February 18. Mr. Hothersall\ and Mr. Ahman were named as a committee In charge. An Italian supper Is set for February 22 with Louis Lemucohl and Sim Dunham heading the committee on .arrangements. Many "old-timers" were present Wednesday evening at the meeting held at 1211 L street. Refreshments were furnished by two pledges. Randolph Galloch and John Twadelt. •« » FRIENDLY CLASS PARTY . Members of the Friendly Class of First Presbyterian Church will entertain at a St. Valentine's party Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock at Westminster hull. Mrs. S. E. Dillon, Mrs. Grace Cow-' art and Mrs. John Murdoch will preside ns hostesses. Meeting and Card Party El Tejon Council, No. 215, Degree of Pocahontas, will hold Its regular meeting Friday evening at 7 o'clock at Eagles hall, corner of 17th and G streets. A card party Is planned at 8 o'clock. Pedro and five hundred will be played. Thirteen prizes will be presented. Refreshments are In charge of Mrs. Fern Davis. The public Is Invited. MODERN MANNERS Etiquette up-to-date ta described In Hlmplo terms In this 32-pagu compilation of facts about good manners. The essentials of how to dress, behave, entertain, correspond, pay calls, walk, talk, and get along In overy social contact, condensed Into a brief booklet, Arranged In chapters for handy reference. Our Washington Information Bureau has compiled this brief, Inexpensive handbook of etiquette. It will be sent to any reader for a pontage and handling charge of G cents. Use the coupon below. The Bakersfleld Callfornlan Information Bureau, Fredurlc J. Haskln, Director, Washington, D. C. ' I encolse herewith C cents In coin (rnrofully wrapped) for a copy of tho booklet on "Modern Manners." Name... Street- State.. Golf and Bridge for Stockdale Party on Friday Golf at 10 o'clock, followed by a 1 o'clock dessert bridge Is the Interesting schedule arranged for Friday by hoitene* of the Stockdale Country Club. In the tournament there will be prlie* for the low net and low gron, with the women playing according to handicap. Awards of golf balls will be made for nine as well a* for 18 hole*. A* preparation* indicate an unusually attractive party, those In charge anticipate a full attendance, Both auction and contract bridge are planned for»the after. noon; prize* will be awarded. The appointments will develop a St. Valentine motif. Thote In charge of arrangements are Meidame* Thoma* Kllpsteln, Bly Mulr, Lloyd Nanca and Olive Qrogg. Fourteen Names on Honor Roll Lufkin's School | The January honor roll at Luf. kin's Business College contains 14 names of student* with high scholastic rating. N Those achieving thl* honor Include Beulah Agey, Cella Baer, Delbert Bain, Margaret Coffee, Marie Eyherablde, Paula Fleliher, Pauline Qann, Leland Giboney, Bill Grandoshek, Rowena Johnson, Be* atrlce Kitch, Bernlce Lobre, Willlam Lee and Thelma Metcalf. ECZEMA SOON HEALED •jrlth ItealMl Ointment, rint •MMcrtlM r*N*)«**> Itching and burning wtn In Writ* ftesliMl, Dtp*, f «. MMim**, Resinol Make Your Skin Lovely New, wonderful MELLO-QLO fnce powder reproduces the tempting bloom of youth. Spreads smoothly, stays pn lunger, hides tiny lines and wrinkles, prevents large pores. No shiny noses, no drawn or "pan.ty" look. Women trust MBLLO-GLO beeauso new French process makes It the purest face powder known. Delightfully fragrant. Try MELJXD-aLO today. DOo nnd ?I.OO. Tax free. Klmbtill & Stono.—Adv HOW WOMEN CAN WIN MEN AND MEN WIN The Favor of Other Men Unless two pint* of bile juice flow dally from your liver into your bowels, your food decay* in your bowels. This poiuons your whole body. Movements get hard and constipated. You Bet yellonf tongue, yellow skin, pimples, dull eye*, bad breath, bad taste, gas, dlrzlness, headache. You have become an ugly-looking, foul-smelling, sour-thlnklnir person. You have lost your personal charm. Everybody wants to run from you. Hut don't take saU*,ralneral waters,olle. laxative Dills, laxative candle* or ehewInK (rum* ann expect them to get* rid of thin poison that destroys your personal rbarm. They can't do it, for they only move out the tail end of your bowels and that doesn't take away eroujrh of th* decayed Poison. Cosmetico won t belp at all. Only a In", n ov of your bile julee will rtop tils elf ''son hi jour bowels. The one mild • • medlcintwhlch starts a free flo't • bile juice Is Carter's Little Llv >fo calomel (mercury) In Carter's. • n«, mild vegetable extracts. If . . would bring back your nemonal charm to win men, start taking Carter's Little Llrer Pills according to directions today. But refu«e "something juet a* .TOO., th* rectum, Ask'for Carter'* Little Liver PUI* by name and get what you ask for. WOMEN OF THE MOOSE The Women of tho Moose will hold their regular meeting Friday evening nt 8 o'clock. Team No. 2 of which Mrs. A. I* Knoles Is chnlrmnn will present a program nnd "white elephant" sale. All members of this side ure asked to bring packages for the snip. /e pay cash for old gold, dental "gold and sliver, Qet uaeful del[far* for your old scraps of pre- clou* mttala. WICKERSHAM CO. Nineteenth at "Eye" -a representative will call on you with valuable coupons and FREE! LUXV TCIIIT »o»» DR. VAN METER CAREFUL DENTIST Miw U" irlui in *UU> and krld M«d« In «ur twn laboratory 1421 Nineteenth Street Acroit From Willl't Him* 173 El Tejon Drug Company |MEt OrLlVLMlf s F H v ' f I N.J.MOOKE !•'. L. PAKKliU \\

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