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ciii:go:; daily journal, poutland, oi :.;o:;day, july 24, 1022. C O Al P L E T E Th Journal' dally news review Cornea -from all parte of the world and is as complete and accurate as trained MORE ABOUT Another department devoted to news of the school of Oregon, which re prepartnp for the new year opening la ' SCHOOL1 1DA?YS SpUtmber VU1' aptear te Tb Journal next Sunday. IN ALL WAYS BBW news Catherine and editing staffs can make it, You may U rrr-TT Aili-i Singer Bidden Voyag e- By -Friends " - By Hur HiT !'W i rrsnongVGniSC delightful was the ! "at home' given by Mr. and Mrs. 1 ' .- Thomas ' Hef fman Williams f or their I -j bob. Mr. Parteb Williams, ; Sunday . ". afternoon when scores of his friends . availed themselves of this opportunity ' of bidding him bori voyage and good xluck before his departures for a two : years' -sojourn abroad.-- Mr. Williams will make a concert tour of the Scan-! "fdlBavian countries and will study In i ; i Berlin under Ludwig Wullner and later ; ; la s Parts under - Jean e Resike. He wm leave July SO tor" New York, sail-I ;ing for-Eurppe about August 10-' ; J During the receiving hours Mr. Wll-i r Hams tendered hia guests a rare treat by singing a number of vocal solos, i iHl' audience w . enthusiastic In Ita 1 5 applause and assurance or; hi;,Buc- f ces. :X.Y '"1 -.The rooms - were charming in. dec-j orations of gladioU ..of lame and -orr . "chid tint. ; -,Tea--ws served In the -Indian room.: An attractive effect was t achieved by , the use of myriads of flighted red candles In - large brass candelabra ' blending in -a striking manner with the Indian rugs and bas- kets an the Ted decorative motif of " the ,-rbom Cactus dahlias . In russet , and orange ?shade , centered the tea " stable, v '"" I-:r""s' :'- Presiding during . the lea hoar were Mra, II. C. Wortman.- Mrs. Julia Mr-' quart. Mrs J. C. Corbln. MrsJohn Assisting about the rooms were Mrs. .John D. ' Coleman, Mra, Edward Val-' entine, Mrs. Chesley Boberts of 1 Berkeley. Cal.; and the Misses Kather- ine and Louise Corbln. Miss Mabel '-:Koreli assisted about the room and the guests were greeted at the ; door by little Miss .Claire Roberts. Mri A T Vralev and Mrs., A.' W, Stone; entertained a member of the -visiting - bank-- -women 'Wednesday i evening at a theatre party.. Those making Tip the party were Mrs. Richard W. Hill. NewYork ; Mrs. K. V. Krlckv San Francisco :.. Mrs. Charles' 8. Klkington. Chicago : Mrs. Pavid John-stone, Chicago; Mrs. A. C Tosch. Chl- cago ; Mrs. Thomas. J. Nugent, Chlca-5 go.; Mrs. .Walter P. Nugent.Chlcago ; ; Mrs, Clarence R. Chaney. Minneapolis ; M rs. John S. Manley. Portland Mrs. . E. J.- McQuadCWashington. D. . I rA,.-::.-?v ' , yl' '' 7 Mr. and "Mra, George W. Seymour of .Vancouver, B.C. are the house guests I of Mr. and Mrs. K. a Judg at their country place on the rwuiamette near ; Waverley. Country club." Mrs. Judge f is the retiring president of the North Pacific Association of Amateur Oars-' men and Is one of the charter mem-- bers of the Multnomah Amateur Ath-rletlo club. Mrl-Seymour's on W.. W. ' Seymour, represented , the Vancouver , Rowing club lit the annual regatta held Saturday afternoon. ; Mrs, Howard Penbrooke was hostess 'for the "Always -Dancing club" Friday night at her home in Irvlngtoit The guests ' were ) the Misses Jewell An-; drews, Cecil "Bavefr. Dorothy Tarling and 3ella Smith orDufur. Or.; Messrs. Floyd Martin, Stuart' Rich Jr.. Warren I. Kelly of Chicago and Warren It. Kelly of Baltimore, and Mr. and Mrs. Penbrooke. ' . , . !. . . . Miss Dorothy Darling : entertained ' at a luncheon for the Re Ddevi Llawa i girls on Friday noon. Those present ' were.: Jewell Andrews, Cecil Bavor, 1- Frances Metxgar. Mrs. Henry Wll-- JIams, Mrs. Howard Penbrooke, Mrs. f Donald f Hare. 4 Miss Zella Smith of - Dufur.'Or hd the hostess. V ' Among the-, enjoyable affairs given -for Mr.: and Mrs.- Edward Clark III of Phlladelphla-was the dinner party at which Mr. and Mrs., W. B. Ayer were hosts, Thursday evening. Mrs. t Htlen Ladd, Corbett was hostess at an attractive dinner party - honoring Mrj ' and Mrs, Clark. Wednesday evening. " Mrs! J. '' N. Teal will entertain In a ' delightful maner Thursday with a - musical tea complimenting her house C guest Mme; "Esther Talliser of New York and lioe Angeles. ;. Mme, PaUlser Is making a brief stopover in Portland , . en route to New York from Los Ange-f lcs. v v. V.'- , ' . -v,::. "- . Miss A. t Wllkie Patterson of the i University of .Toronto. Is a delegate k to the hitemational federation of unl versity women In" session, now In Paris. ! Miss 4 Patterson has many friends ' tp - Portland where she has spent ner va Orations .with her sister, Mrs. Joseph v MacQueen i " ' Mr; and -Mrs.' J. 'Alien Xewlsind M iss Clementine ' Lewis, tn -company . with Mrs : Lewis' brotherln-law and - sister. Mr. ana. , Mrs. v. n. ; -layior ' ef Piedmont and her niece. Miss Jean Boyd. ' are - enjoying . a motor trip - to j. Victoria and Vancouver. B. C ; They ..are expected to return Friday. . -jy .. V V:-;' i; . Mr.' and -Mrs, John Clark Burgard t left for San Francisoo Thursday, where they. will make .their permanent home. . The are planning on visiting Portland 1 again la the fall. ; : . , i . Mr.' and Mrs.. L; C. Newlands : and child were visitors In Toronto. Canada, this week, and stayed at the King Edward. Miss Katherine Corbln. popular bride , elect whose wedding will be a brilliant -: social event, of the week, was ther Inspiration for a champing aupper party 7 'OJ'v j i- :' ' t m j Paris,1 July i4.-Ths - Spanish comb has had many platings and replacing since its recent appearance as an adjunct to the coiffuref At first it was thrust into the side of the highly piled hair. Then it was thrust straight up in back. But always it found use as an " ornamen t for 1 a ; high coiffure, whereas now.it is thrust jauntily Into a coiffure whose salient feature is a roll of hair low on the back of the neck. In this position , the Spanish comb Is thrust raklshly to one glde, but outward rather than upward. f Paris, July S4;-Alweys there : is some one thing without which, in" any given season, a .woman , cannot con scientiously call herself smart. - At the instant: the thing, is a crepe de chine-bat. preferably of some amber shade, and a crepe de chine gown in a . shade slightly darker. Both hat and gown must be painted in black, in a wavering, watery pattern which may have tiny buds or large spdts or half moons interspersed. - -. London. July 24. Even though it must -be removed when the garment is washed, narrow silver lace is being used on the finest underwear. Lemon crepe de chine Is used in one set-of underthinsra de luxe. The knickers .are edged with silver lace, a tiny insert of which runs from knee to waist. The camisole is' made of lemon crepe .de chine brocaded-with silver and a short, narrow under' skirt Is of the same lovely material. ;,t j :; , X--: a j AUantie bity. N. J- July 24. It is possible to have your corsets, underwear, : bat : and parasol cut , from the same: piece of gingham as. that from which your bathing "suit came. . The parasot is the latest accessory to join the gingham regime on the beach. One young girl not only wore a prbwn and white striped gingham gown, ft brown gingham . hat trimmed with a;- bow- of the brown and white striped goods and a parasol to match, but she even added a wrist bag of the same material. at the Hotel PorUand Saturday evening when Mr. and Mrs. Robert McMurray entertained. Covers j were , laid for twenty-two.: This evening Miss Florence Knapp will be hostess: at a dancing party honoring Miss Corbln and her house guests. Miss Roflna Beach and Miss Mary Schloth of San Josew CaL ' Mrfti Robert O. Morrison and Mrs. Richard Ransom will be Joint hostesses at -a largo bridge luncheon at Waverley Country club, Wednesday 'complimenting Miss Janet Peters of the attractive brides-elect. Covers will be laid for eighteen. ' ' - 1 ... ; '-'i- -"" '-..' r-.' Mrs. . Richard Koehler entertained with ai charmingly appointed luncheon of 19 covers at Waverley Country club today. Mr. and" Mrs. Max Hirsch have opened their home at Gf arhart for the summer. V V H BUB 4 OAKS AMI-S KME."f T PARK WilUmetU Trtr. Vun t ir ana Amur. nsimns. usncinc, eicnirs. Anastioas Baby toii Jtcnie si sad 9 u. i vfmraMrTH -Winuiette itrsr. laonel or MrooxiTn ear. fiwmiiiiiis. Mucins COLUMBIA BKAt'H Colsiabl mer, Vsn- courer . can. coneetsioa. swimming, pio- aies, dancing daily. t VArDKYtIX.ll PANTAGKS Broadway at ikin. Bisk, class Tandriil and Itbotnplar foateraa. Aftt-: ooa and eTcnioc. , rwsram cbaatM aton- dar afternoon, r- j , HIPPODROME Direr tio Akrman s Rar-n. Broadwar at Yamhill. Venderllle and ''Tbe ikrr ot Clniituia.". Contiououa from 1 in bl to 11 p. n. - iPHOTOPLATS HEILK! Broadway at Tajlor. "Nanook ot the North," picture. 11 a. m. to 11 p. s. Excellent. . . - ' - RIVOI.T VTaahhtaton t Prk. Charles Kt in "Tbe Drace of Spades." 11 a a to 11 p. m. tiaod. i BI.T'E Vines K 1 1th at Washington. Robart Bosworth in "BHnd Hearts." IX I. a to 11 p. an. Thrulins Alaska story. COT,CM B I A Sixth near WasMnctoa "The Storm." 11 a. m. to, 11 p. m. Opinion -'later. MAJESTIC Waaliinttea at Park. "The XMt- rioon litU JDvru,'? 11 a, m. to 11 p. m. Good. - ' URKHTY Broadway at Stark. "Croaaroada .of NW Tock.", 11 t. . to 11 p. aa. :' Opwuon later. - . , CIRCLE fourth near WaKhmstoo. Dona Fairbanka in "The Three Muktaeta." 11, a. av-to o'ciock the oUowlnc BMraiac Ekeellent. - - v i . r No in making perfect preserves,jams and jellies Jse Si mgar and M KiirojCistal White instead of all sugar Be sure to ask: your grocer for Karo RED LABEL. - i - : ; f. FRCS f ' Ask your grocer or writ Com Products Refining- Company, Depc A. Arro, IIL, for beautiful and instructive Karo Prcscrvi&2 FoLler- . PartlaeeV, Ore. 4f V rfi) ! 'r i t " if i irf,m W ' - i Blue Mouse Is; .Showing New FilnVrTale" " - Br o. 8. ok. UTJUKD HEARTS.- playing this X3 week at the Blue Mouse theatre. Is the conventional type of moving picture melodrama, - Which has for its theme complications In the relations of two famfiiea-vbrought : about by the unfounded suspicion of. one man for his best - friend. - H..r .-f "! : Jl . . ; In the Yukon, where the two families have . gone . in j search of ;gold,two children are born one! a boy and the other a girl. One roan wanted a son and , the other ' a daughter. - The children -are born wblle the two jnen are -prospecting. " An old half breed nurse," knowing that each man would-be better satisfied with the other child, changes the babies In their cradles. Hpbart Bosworth. who play the part of one of the fathers, discovers on the shoulder of the child he-thinka was born to Ms wife a birthmark similar to a mark on hi friend' shoulder. For 10 years he nurses suspicion against this friend, Tbe children" jrrow. up and fall in love. - Bosworth opposes the marriage, believlnar the i children- half-brother and sister.-- Business complications as' sist in bringing 'about a climax. The manaerer T the- mines is killed on Bos worth's yacht In such a manfter that Bosworth himself," aitnouga innoceni, believes himself guilty - i H is oerauaded bv the real murder er to hide lr Alaska. The supposed ua or his frined. but realiy his own son is arrested, trie . and convicted of the ran urder of Bosworth -on evl dence furnished by the man who killed th manirer of the . mines. la the charred ruins of the yacht a body had been found which, was thought to be ; A torn scrap of newspaper nrrapned about supplies brings to Bosa-orth the news that someone Is, to be nangeo for murdering him,' He hurries back to lha scene and arrives Just in time to Prevent, the execution. The attempt at grewsomeness In- the latter part of the film seemed unnecessary; ana ;ui bad form." :' - ' -f' AL St. Johns appears in a; comedy called "Small Town - Stuff." A news reel and special 'music complete the nroarram. with Harry I. Mills at the organ. - f Jazz Banished for : Day;. Prize Dance- Winner Is Named Ja was banished from' the- floor of the Columbia Beach dance hall . Sun day afternoon when an old-time waits rnntMit wis won bv Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Webber, of No. '290 Halsey street, xne judges were three . dancers who did not take part in the contest and the winners were" picked carter... 15 minutes of excellent exhibition. W ' ., Gus Berglin.j of i iJo, 2H Jefferson street, and-Miss Mary iicarison, ot no. 27a sixth street. itoolC second prize, while . t- Pierce, of Ko. 410H Union averitiA. and Miss Haaef oretlemeler. of No. 603 H Union avenue, carried off third: honors. . - - . . Bathing attracted hundreds of per sons and proved to be one of the most popular attractions i throughout the day: Many plcnio parties also were held along tha sandy ahores while the children played about. Several hew entries have been made for the bathing girls' parade which will b held in the near future, with. vaca tiOn trlDS and cash as the prizes. . The JetaUa of the oontesti- will p be an nounced some time this week. r The beach will be taken over on Tuesday by the people of Clarke coun ty, Washington, vrho-will bo the guests of Herbert J. Campbell, editor of the Vancouver Columbian. A program of games and sports has been arranged for the afternoon while at night there wUl be a bis dance In the new pavilion. TRE UESTBOY8 GKAIW : Pomeroy, v Wash., July 54. Fires starting: from, a' hot . box 3n the sepa ator-of a machine on the farm of Wil liam Brockman Friday burned an acre of standing grain and SS sacks of threshed wheat, y There was no In surance. - ' - m m J- Matter Of Lmk Peter Clings By Thornton W. Barges. . Whatetr beUd to fnith hold faet. Vor faith eoee feat hope cannot last. : . i- . . - . ., latar Babbit. IT is hard to hold fast to faith, when strange things which you1 cannot understand at ail - happen. , . It r was so with Peter Babbitt One never-to-be forgotten afternoon Just before shade time Farmer Brown's Boy came to the pen where Peter was a prisoner, and fed him some dainties of which he was very fond. Then with out warning he picked , Peter, up and putjhim In- a covered basket. " Peter was frightened.. Of course he didnt know what a basket waa There was Just room enough for-him in Jt and- that was -all- ,witn tne eover . down of -' course he could eee nothing. "He felt himself .lifted ana- that gave him a queer feeling, tie heard tbeeate of tha henyard slam and then He knew that , he was being carried somewhere. All sorts T of ctreadful -thoughts crept Into Peter's head. What was going to happen to him now? Heady Kox, who- had visited Peter nearly every ' night to.- try to tease- htm, had hinted that Farmer Brown's Boy' was getting him fat so that ho - would make a better dinner for htm. - Could It be that now Farmer Brown's Boy was taking him away to kill JrUnT Peter ' shivered at . tha thought. Per haps he was-being taken to another prison. Perhaps he was. being taken where he would never see any of his old 'friends ag-ain. : Farmer Brown's Boy- wfta whistling now. . Somehow that whiitle cheered Peter ; a little. Oft i. he had heard Fanner Brown's Boy wluetle and . bo had noticed, that t was usually when Farmer Brown's Boy was doing -some kindly deed. ' Anyway it - was always when F-rmer, Brown's Boy was happy. and somehow he couldn't, believe that Farmers Brown's. Boy could be happy If he was planning to do him any harm. How . Peter did long , to peep out and see where they were going !- But there wasn't a chance. It 'Veemed to him that -: journey never - would end. Ht .wanted it to end. You see, -he hadn't me ' leaat iaea wnac would happen when , it did end. But the only thing ne couia ao was to cling hard to faith. "it is going to be all right. It is going toi be all right,'! Peter., kept saying over . ana over to himself. "iarmer Brown's Boy is a friend. Armstrong Show at Oaks Is a Winner; Many Enjoy Outing . "You'd Be Surprised" whirled ' two enthusiastic audiences . Into happiness Sunday at Oaks auditorium. This hew revue, of Ed Armstrong and bis Baby Dolls reached the summer's peak In capricious and refreshing stage pic luiea ana ecuon, ' . .- Music, melody and comedy ar -woven In and out of a hilarious plot, which Her summer pleasure Washing clothes racking task at any time. But during ;the hdt, dusty, sultry days of summer it is beyond many a woman's endiirf ance. " ' . ; - , Summer pleasure "is spoiled for the WUIIlall VV 11U . ill uL apciita uuuia uv k,i "the wash tiib. Just when she should ; be enjoying summer affairs, weekend outings at the seashore or the r mountains, airy 'motor trips and jolly picnics thenvash-aayr drudgery.lholdslher! "back, sapping strength and temper. No wonder she is discontented and unhappy! i ' . . : But she can be free from' this tedious task! She can .adopt the modern way and send, everything to the laundry then enjoy 'all the pleasures of summer to' the fullest extent! - " : , ! " ; ' mm LAUNDRY INDUSTRY Hard to Faitb !.; I know -be is a friend even If he has kept me: a prisoner. "He . Is a friend of all the little people of the Green Forest and the Green Meadows. , He It wasn't altogether comfortable In that 1 a&ket. - - won't' let any real barm come - to me. I know It 1 know it. But. oh. dear. I .do wish. I -knew where we are going and what will happen ; when we get there.7 - -. It wasn't altogether- comfortable in that basket In the .first place there wasn't room - to turn , around; Then, too. it was -' very unsteady i although Farmer Brown's Boy did his best to carry it steadily. -On. and ion they want Peter - heard . Bowser the Hound . bark- in e and it mounded - Very, very, , far away; ' That was because, inside -that basket. Peter couldn't hear as well as he could l.ave-had he had his head outside. -. - "It. must be that : he ' Is taking me way i way off somewhere,', thought Peter 'mournfully. "I wonder if I'wlll cver. be abla to dd my way back.' r Once Farmer . Brown'- Boy letthte basket down.. "eter thought -..that this - was the end 'of the journey and he dreaded to have that basket opened. But in -a moment he was picked up again and on they went.: Peter did his very best to, cling fast to faith in Farmer Brown's Boy, br - - farther they went the harder ;4t was. f Copyright, 192S, by T. W. Burgeea) The next story: Glad Surprises." "The Gladdest of lands Ed Armstrong and Dan Friendly somewhere, in the Far Bast. There's a, rajah Frank O'Bourke) who does tilings because It "pleases him," and there are Balla - (Marie Rich), his daughter. : and ;.Cyrene, a slave girl ( Irene Brooks), . who portray : life In the kingdom of glorious Omar .Khayyam fn enchanting fashion. Tho scenes are as colorful as the fabled revels 'depicted in Arabian Nights. - "Tou'd Be Surprised' all the way through tbla gay offering of the Armstrong! tea. , t A sparkling" diversion; 'Esqilmo Baby," with Marie Rich introducing the frolic of the Baby Dolls in polar sports registered TTepeated applause- Stumbling" was presenteq ayp vis a diss JIM .... , . ' spoiled ZJ r ocna it ) p Ghas. Ray Back At Rivoli in Good ShoW V aHAiyUIE RAT,, after being absent Vji from the screen for some time. Is back at the RiVoH.thls week.: In his latest cinema success, 'The, "Deuce of Spadea Ray . is better than ever in this new picture, which Is humorous to- nomean extent The Deuce of Spadea" was written by the late Charles E. Van . Loan, who had a wealth of really-funny stories to his credit- -MaJoria . Mauclce, beautiful as al ways. . has the leadlngr r?mTnino role, which she plays in her usual vivacious way. while Dick Southerland and William Courtwrtght have strong - parts that are also..well portrayed. - Ray takes the part of a Boston' lad, who comes to the wild and woolly west to make his fortune. . Buying out a restaurant of ill, repute, , he surprise the villagers by making a go of the thing-.' But cards and a crooked gambler upset' bis' plans and add sest to the story, as. he. finds it necessary 'to shoot the town to pieces, win back bis money, and.' Incidentally, the girl who is in his arms at the fadeout The plot is none too thick, but everything is in a happy vein, and the . picture ranks as O.K. f rom'sost o very point of view. " f , Ray meets his flctloned - situations with some of the naive delineation that has made his name distinctive among screen artists.' In the subtle mingling of shades between the unsophisticated New Kngland -boy and the man who has to meet all kinds of sharp tricks in the West he-gives one of his best impersonations. - i Sherlock Holme ha at last ventured into the movies! The famous sleuth himself furnishes the f filler for the Rtvoll bill in - one. of Sir- Conan Doyle's - most engrossing problems, Tho. Devil's Foot" Watson . is with him, and tha. great detective ferret out the criminals in a most novel way. It is the first of a series. . .- Salvatore Santaella and . bis symphony musicians play some beautiful numbers during the pictures. The bill will continue throughout the week. Rich with winning vivacity. Tha throbbing pulse of . this vehicle appealed with vigor. Dixie Heyder made a new record for himself in his. dancing as -well as with his copartners In sons'. Frank O'Rourke and t Fred Meehan, in Not in a Thousand Tears." It Is a glorious song : i-which v-waa : gloriously-, aung. George Banta ; gave "Moonlight with rare dramatic fervor. Solo dances in a specialty number brought laurels to Ethel Edwards, Lillian Jones, Virginia Clark and Leasie - George. Souea'a "Beau Ideal" and variations from "The Prince of Pllsen" in the concert before the o curtain, were played with dashing interpretative style. "You'd Be Surprised" fNaya all week twjico a day. -' SEEKS LEWIS OFFICE -Chehalis, Wash., ; July 24. Delo Spaulding, Republican, of Morton,- ha filed his declaration of. candidacy for dewis county attorney. Irk .-'pV - The' Silk Coat Trimmod With f .Embroidery. ... This -fetralght coat ha gray English embroidery on; a crepe do Chine back ground. .The neck., collar and hem are finished with wide bands of gray silk rep. -4.. iV- -- : - , .: ' ; (Conrrisht 1032. by Togne. New Torlt) . Will Hays Drops . In: on Hollywood Ahead of Schedule Los "Angeles. July U. (L - N. S. WI11IL .Hays, "big chief of the mot lea. Bpent today touring tha Hollywood motion Picture studios and getting ac- auainted . with his "partners" of the business the producers and makers ot cinema production, after his advanced arrfral In Lo Angeles yesterday una ware, to only a small group of friends. ' Havs was scheduled to arrive today. but pushed his plana ahead B4 hours in order to get a much needed day's .rest "B'ore departing on a visiting tour of the Hollywood picture plant today, Havs denied that he had . "new broom" program of reform, but said the, place -to correct the evil of which there baa .been ;gome i complaint is ' where pictures are - made. - t - Two outstanding features of Hays' ; visit to Hollywood will be a banquet -; tn his honor Wednesday evening and a public meeting Saturday afternoon - In Hollywood 1 bowl to which all eon- s nected in . any capacity with motion ; picture making as well a the general t public are invited. - t l 7- ' Don't Spoil Your Child's Hair By Washing It ."- When you vrash your child's hair be careful what you use. Most soaps and prepared shampoos contain too much alkali, which is very ' injurious, as it -dries the scalp and makes the hair brittle..- , The best thing to use is Mulsitlod cocoanut oil shampoo, for this is pure and entirely greaseless. It's very cheap, and beats anything else all to pieces. - - - -'. . V" - - Two or three teassoonfuls of Mul-sifled in a cup or glass with a little' warm water is all that la required. Simply moisten the hair with watea, and rub it in.- It makes an abundance ot rich, creamy lather, cleanses thoroughly, and rinses out easily. .. The hair dries quickly and evenly, and la . soft fresh looking, bright, ' fluffy.' wavy and easy to handle. Besides, it loosens and takes out every particle of dust, dirt and dandruff. You can get -Mulsi-fied at any drug store, and a few ounces will last everyone in tbe family for -montha Be sure your druggist gives you MulsifiedL tow. ; ORDERS Distinctly unusual in flavor and- creamy ' smoothness Tan Oordar Balad Ortmsinaa era tha H debghtfuHT tempt, inc final touch to , jalada of Ttnr kind.,. In. economical, vide-mouihed, airtight jars. At the he iter stores and the ' public inarket VAN GORDER'S KITCHENS PORT La NO, ORISON Manv exsctinc tests bv ex- 1 pert in our laboratories and by housewives la practical CALL CLUSKG " abaotntely safe and emcieat AMUSEMENTS 5 witli the 'SEVEN Serenaders from O, A. C. TONIGHT Boat SWAN leaves dock, Morrison Bridge, 8:45 Sharp. v :r?an afV 1 7 SlIlAPiJ aa V ., J THETTJ3T CK3TTEB upas pally f ABMSTB02TO BABT DOLLS BEYCE ... 40 People 10 ETEBY WEEK A XEW SHOW Cars from First and Alder c Fare. Tree Aemlsalos Tin P. lit. . : -(Except Sundays and Holidays.) - Dancing: Tonight : " Broadway Patilion - : Broadway at Mela - Coolest UaU Best Maalc Dafly Simnif prleea toe lneladisg cheeks. Vaaciag leitoas, guaranteed, 15.00 OS PENDER TROUPE " Ecoantrle, AerabaUe Oanotra. au It Walher oosoia Verdi prrriT ; Strtnein Comedy Treupa JAMES THORNTON O'MAMLON-ZAMBOUMIS A ELVIRA l- PraaanUne "la aavllle I I IVn na uarn : I v DAMCi f- : EXCELLENT . BILL TODAY VAUDEVILLE PHOTOPL MABEL BLONOELL REV - PAULINE FREDERICK - "The Clory ef ClamanUna' THE CIRCLE THEATRE ' Toarlh at "VTaRhiBgto Op-pi from S o'clock in trie morninsr un-1 o'clock the followlDg rnormng. i i 1 I

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