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Informal Tea Mrs A. II Stewart entertained a number of the residents of the Highlands at an informal tea on Sunday afternoon In honor of Mrs. Miriam llalllnger lJerryhlll. Airs. Berry hill in the house gue*t of Mr. and Airs. J. 11. Hallinger at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. A. U. Stew* Ait. • • • Stag Party Mr. John W. Eddy will entertain a coterie of friends on board his yacht, the Lydla, today. About 25 men will enjoy a cruise about the Hound and later have supper aboard the yacht. *• • . Birthday Party About 20 little friends of Stewart Rallinger were entertained at a party by Mrs. J. H. Balllnger on Friday afternoon. The occasion was the fifth birthday of Master Stew art. Buffet L uncheon Airs Fred Zwickey will be hostess at a buffet luncheon at the summer home of her parents. Air. and Mrs. George YV. Fischer, at Wing Point on Tuesda >. V. Stefansson, Luncheon Guest Mr*. M. J. Carkeek entertained a few friend* informally at luncheon on Friday at the Seattle Tennis club in compliment to Mr. V. Stef ansson. White Elephant Shop Mis* Lenore Friedman ha* ar ranged the program and will act a* accompanist for the soloist. Mis* Thurza Cawsey, whose charming lyric eoprano will delight all tho*e who attend the White Elephant Shop during the nOon hour on Tues day. Luncheon for OUjnipia Friends Mm. Howard Taylor, wife of Sena tor Taylor of Olympla. who is spend ing the summer In Seattle, enter tained a party of Olympia friends at luncheon on Thursday at her apart ment. Luncheou and Theatre Party Miss Margery Card of the Lom bardi Ltd. Co. entertained Mrs. Fred erick W. Rosa of San Francisco and Mrs. Lemuel A. Shortridge of Rich mond Beach, both of whom are her consins. with a luncheon at the Washington hotel on Wednesday. Later the party attended the rnat taee. Supper and Dancc Mrs. M. Hodgson entertained Sit ■day evening with a supper, bonfire Mid dance at her home at Magnolia Muff. Pattern Stars Entertained ■ Mrs. L. K. Tappan entertained a ■amber of Eastern Stars at the Washington at dinner on Tuesday •venlng. A centerpiece of flowers, formed of the color* of the Eastern Star, graced the table. Bridge Luncheon Mrs. C. H. Bartlett entertained vtth a bridge luncheon at her coun- Iry home at Creosote on Bainbridge Island on Tuesday. Eight guests en tered her hospitality. Engagement Announced Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Canfield an Bounce the engagement of their laughter, Clarice, to Mr. Walter 11, Webber of Yakima. The wedding will take place in September. NOW READY [Grady r . - CALIFORNIA'S NOTKO PHOTOGRAPHKR Invites the Public to Visit and Inspect Seattle's Most Advanced and Artistic Photographic Studio Rialto Building SHOP 212 Second Floor, Old Frederick & Nelson Bldg. 1015 SECOND AVENUE Grady Photographs nre the result of lon*r experience, backed by tilt' niont ample resource* In American photog raphy. Artistic in the highest sense, y t mo efficiently pro duced that they can be sold at popular prices. society By BETTY BRAINERD Daughter Horn Lieut. And Mrn. Kdgar Anderson (Ada Tweed) are being congratulated upon the birth of a daughter. Lieut. Anderson Ik on a short leave of ab sence and will report to Camp Lewis. After his discharge hi* expects to lo cate 111 Seattle. Victor)/ Club Dana- The Victory club announces its next danee to be held on Wednesday evening in Leschi pavilion. The committee states that a feature of the danee will be wonderful Jazz musie. In format Dinner An informal dinner was given on Friday evening by Mis. Nugent. Covers were laid for 14. Wedding Announcement Mr. and Mrs. Robert lloman, of Unadllla. New York, have an nounced the marriage of their daughter. Ruth Beatrice, to Enaign Irving Dibble Smith, son of Judge and Mrs. Everett Smith, of Seattle. Knsign and Mrs. Smith are expect ed in Seattle August 1. Pretty Home Wedding Mi** Leurencia Vradenburg. daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Gwrge K Vradenburg, \va« married <»n Satur day afternoon at 4 o'clock to Mr. O. Eugene Thurmond, of Portland, Ore. Mi?* France* Braid. • attired in blue georgette and carrying an arm bouquet of pink sweet pea* and baby's breath, attended the bride. Mr. Bert Williford wan be*t man. Pink rosea and blue hydrangea* formed the decoration* In the living room, and pink sweet pea* made the dining room a bower of blossoms. • • • Wedding Invitations Issued Miss Beulah Plnneo, 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Koger Plnneo, whose engagement was announced recently to Lieut Lucien L. Saanett, ha.*< named her wedding party. Mis* Katherine Plnneo will be maid of honor and Jeanette Hetsy Plnneo will be ring bearer. The groom will be attended by Mr. Herbert r»ryant. The wedding will take place on August 9. at the home of the bride. Mr. Roger Pinneo, father of the brideelcct, has been manager of the foreign trade department of the Pacific Steamship company. He has been in the Orient for ten month* but is expected home today Lieut. Sasnett recently returned | from service oversea* with the Rainbow division. His home was in Atlanta, fieorgia, but he experts In the future to live in Seattle. Mr. and Mr*. Floyd Iforton will entertain a dancing party at their home on Washington in com pliment to Miss Lleulah Plnneo on August 2. Little White House Miss Mary Dudley Walker and Miss Margery Stevens will be In charge of the Japanese booth out side of the Little White House for the coming week. Mrs. C R. Collins and Mrs. George Riley were In charge of the Little White House on Monday. LIEUT. CRONKHITE TO GET MILITARY MEDAL Lieut. leroy G. Cronkhite, of Se lah, Wash., has been notified by the Seattle recruiting office, that he has been awarded the Distinguished Ser vice Cross for extraordinary bravery In action nt Binarville. France, between September 28 and October 1. 1918. I*!'* go eat at Boldt's—uptown, 111 l 3d Ave.; difantown, 913 Jd Ave. Personal Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Halllie, with their guests,-I>r. and Airs. Montgomery Ku*sell and Mr. and Mrs. <; corgo It. Nieoll, returned Thursday from a couple of days' motor trip to Paradlae Inn. Mr and Mrs. Frank Waterhouse. Miss' Gladys. Alias Muriel and Miss Mary Waterhouse, accompanied by Mias Hazel Archibald, left Sunday for a motor trip to Harrison Hot Springs, to be gone until Friday. • • • Mr and Mrs. Pierre IV Ferry ami daughter, Barbara, who left Monday for a motor trip to Shelton, returned home Thursday. • • • Mr Harry Whitney Treat, who left for Victoria last week, will return homo Thursday. • • * Miss Ellen Messer and Miss Eunice Ford loft Saturday morning for Ta coma, chaperoned by Airs. Charles Castlen, to attend the horae show. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ross, Mr. and Airs. A. C. MacCallum. Mr. and Mrs. C. \V. Lea and Mr. and Mrs. Gleason spent the week-end on a mo tor trip to Pacific Beach. « • • Mr*. L. K. Yott left Friday morn ing for Vancouver to me»t her •laughter*. Mi** Pauline and Ml** Josephine Yott, who have been spend ing *ix week* in St Paul, the gue*t* of Mr. and Mr*, fjeorgo Raymond, who formerly lived in Seattle. Fx change* from St. Paul papers show that they have l>een extensively en tertained and were exceedingly pop ular visitor* In the ea*tern city. Mrs. Yott and her daughter* return ed home Sunday evening. • • • Mis* Margery Stevens *pent the week end with Mlu I>orothea Sharples at her home at Fort Law ton. • • • Mr* Frank Allyn of Tacoma spent the week end the gue*t of Mrs Theodore Haller. • • • Mr. and Mr*. J. W. Maxwell and *on*. Oakley and Wlllard. with their gue*t*. Mr. and Mr*. .1. F. Lane, left Friday for a three week*' tour thru Yellowstone park. • • • Mr* Grace Hradley left Tue*day for her Btimner cottage on Orcaa island. • • • Mr. and Mr*. liogle and Mr*. \V Sherrltt Park ley of Pied mont. Cal., Mr*. Hogle'a Pinter. with Mr. and Mr*. J H. Italtlngcr and Mr Ralllnger'* sister. Mr*. Marion Ballinger nerryhill of Washington. !>. C.. left today for a ten days' trip to Ala*ka. • • • Mrs. Bruce Farrls of Westminster, B. C., Is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Illram E. lladley. ... Mr. and Mrs. Mason Hawkins spent the week end in Tacoma. ... Mrs. C. W. Barbour has returned from a trip thru the Yellowstone. ... Mrs. C. J. Smith of Portland spent j several days In Seattle the guest of i Mrs. Robert C. French. ... Dr. and Mrs. O. F. Overstreet of Oreen Castle, Ind., are spending several weeks with Mrs. Overstreet's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Joslln. ... Mrs. A. C. Malloy of Hutrhlnson. Kan., Is spending three weeks with her sister. Mrs Kdward W. (loss. • • • Miss Anne Turner will leave August 1 for Like Chelan to spend a month. ... Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles E. Patterson and sons. Tom and Illriim, returned Friday from a week's motor trip to Yakima and Portland. • • • Mrs, Omar J. Humphrey and chil dren have returned from a two weeks' outing at Ijike Crescent. ... Mil's Catherine Howe left Sunday for a visit of several weeks In Bel lingham. She will meet her sister. Miss Ellen Howe, and they will go to Banff and Lake Louise. They will return home the middle of Au gust. Clubs CLUBS FOR TUeSDAY Mwilng of Canadian Woman's Club The Canadian Woman's club will meet at 10 o'clock for work at Tied Cross headquarters. Thi« will be the last meeting until September 15. • • • The Writers* Club to Meet The Writers' club will meet in the Erickson club rooms at the Y. W. C. A. at S o'clock. Papers will be read by Mrs. E. L. Jenkins and Mrs Edith N. Smith. Visitors are wel come. • • ♦ Civic Improvement Club Picnic The Seattle Civic Improvement club will hold Its annual basket picnic at Alki bathing beach. Members will meet between 10 and 11 o'clock at the beach. Adler-i-ka Again! "Adler-l-ka has been worth lis weight In gold to me. It has CITRIC!) my constipation and a serious bow el trouble which 1 had." (Signed) Mrs. Anna Wagner, Statesbury, Mo. Adler-i-ka expels ALL gas and sourness, stopping stomach distress INSTANTLY. Kmptlen BOTH up per and lower bowel, flushing EN TIRE alimentary canal. Removes ALL foul matter which poisons sys tem. often CCKKS constipation. Prevents appendicitis. We have Hold Adler-l-im many years. It Is a mixture of buck-thorn, cascara, glycerine and nine other simple drugs. Swift Drug Co., and lead ing druggists. THE SEATTLE STAR MONDAY, JULY 2*. 191 H. her page ROMANCES of a SUMMER GIRL BY ZOE BECKLEY DOLLY HITS THE TRAIL On a Train, July the Something .Jtwin Dfftrtut: I've started, JUHt as I wrote you I'd determined to. In my left stock 1 fik. far from the ankle not to show, Im, or are, 4i*. r i of the bent dollars I ever made. The Rtocklngx cost five (extra for clocks) or there would have been that much more. However, thin la not the main point. The point, dear, In. that I am off on the trail of Fate, whether sh** knows It or not. Your faintly disap proving am He which t ran hpo iin you rend, or try to read, then#* worda written rather wriggly with llandy's fountain pen n*vth<* train Jiggles- can not deter me. Nothing can. The bridge 1* hurnt. the die la nut, the fat's In the fire, and all thoae other poetic things which mean there la no turning back. I hop** 1 have Inherited the revo lutionary aplrlt of my sainted ances tor, Dorothea Saltonntall, who whee dled a Hessian officer out of hla war No. 1 has been studying me as I write | orders! I need to think so, anyhow. I for now my adventure Js embarked upon, I have symptoms of stage fright. However, I refuse to be named Dorothea Saltonstall Varick for nothing. It sounds brave. And I shall BE brave. I shall come back with my shield or on It! Seriously, Joanle, I do not want you to understand. Here am I, 26, and my sweetest years slipping like beads off a string. Not a single confessions of a bride dr. certeis seeks a giet to match the RUINEI) PEARLS Chrys had shrieked at fight, of the blackcned pyuria in the primitive, im pulslve way of her sex, but she had Instantly stifled her cry like the ul tra-civilised modern girl which she in. And while Hamilton Certeis had spo ken volubly, as the Teuton is accus tomed to do when excited. Chrys had risen to her feet and listened atten tively, giving him her hand at part* ing with a gracious, if rather forced, smile. As for Daddy I«orimer. he had taken the ridiculous outcome of Cer teis' munificence as a good Joke, lighting a huge cigar, and throwing a "Better luck next time, Certeis," after that gentleman's retreating form. Mother meanwhile had brushed up the particles of pearl dust in their wrapper, much ns one might brush up crumbs from the table, thus pre serving the situation from the com ments of the servants. In short, the outcry of astonish ment over the condition of those his toric gems had lasted but a moment, each one of the family In some char acteristic way having tried to make the fiasco as easy as possible for Cer teis. In their restraint. I thought the Lorimers certainly represented a high type of culture and good man ners. Noise, walling and recrimina tion under stress have never been a measure of emotion in Hob's family. And yet I knew that to the cold but prestige-loving Chrys the loss of those promised wonder pearls must have meant as much, nearly, as the loss of a dear friend. For fur less disappointment than she must have been enduring. I had seen many a popular movie queen throw herself on the couch and pound the pillows with her fists while agitating the at mosphere with excited French heels. Certainly Chrys' behavior under such keen disappointment was differ ent and admirable. Hut I could ad mire less her attitude toward Certeis. Altho they were about to marry, these two were so formally respect ful to each other that I wondered whether there could ever bo any real frankness or intimacy between them, even when they were by themselves. And, if not, how could this grand marriage Chrys was glorying in, en dure? For an instant my mind contrnHtod Chryu with Katherine Miller, who on tlic? HllßhtoHt provocation unually in dulgrd in all the frantic emotional porformancoH which Chryu ho coldly repressed. I couldn't imagine my Hob. with all his Lorimor traits, lov ing a woman who cultivated hysteria an Mho did. Anil tin* thought. flashed Into my mind, passing agnin almost un- (C'opyrlithl, !!»!!», liy N. 1.. A.) ItKAL love affair. Nothing ahead hut a life of countless dictations, card filing. Indexing, typing; typing. lnd« x i ing, filing and countleaa dictations! Twenty Mix and only Mrs. Stuart a hoarding lmu.se for a home! Twenty nix. and TIIK MAN nowhere In night! | And the years gathering speed, slip ping by always faster and faster and j faster— Joan, you know I am not a mere man hunter. I am Junt a natural ■ girl, with a girl's longing for a man of her own. a homo of her own and j kiddles to work for and fuss over and | dream about. Fluff heads of 19 and [2O have these things. (Jirla without half my looka have them. Yet Fate (always passe* Mft by and leaven me « in ply-hearted. The men at the office? Thoae who were worth looking at were always married. The men at the boarding houae? Two stuffy old bachelora with paunches. A few Impecunious young near-sports who dote on their "free dom" and their being "not the mar rying kind." A mangy little clerk with flat feet who lurea me to play casino! 00-oof! Th«* church club? Cold and blood lew*. Hun by rich society women who talk uplift and permit uh to ask our men friends once a month. 1 had none to ask. For each man who did come there were 10 girls who fought for them And the ahyness of thoae men! They seemed to ooe In every : smile a net dragging them down Into a morass of rent and clothes and grocery bills and other matrimonial obligations. I took pity and left them free. My vacation? Two week* and sr.O to do It on! Yet I used to get Home cheap little rags together and exchange my comparatively comfort able winter boarding house for an uncomfortable Hummer one. Just when I waa getting acquainted ond beginning to have a decent time I had to come Iwick to the grind with nothing to show for my "aeaaon" but a peeled noae, a Hut purse and the memory of a nipped-In-the bud ro mance or two. No, dear. It need* a holiday mood and long nurnmer day* and moonlight night* and CI/>THEB! , SO I MAI >E VP MV MIND. 1 have staked my job and two years' hard *avlng on what a WHOLE HI'MM Kit of vacation will do. In my trunk. Joanle, are dud* collected with a* much thought a* tho I were stag Ing a musical comedy, t'pon my back la a suit of a smartness —ah, mon dieu! t'pon my hectic hair (specially done) I* a hat which draw* the eye like a perfect bit of architecture crowning a hill. Joan—the eye* of adventure No. 1 have been studying me a* I write. They are blue eyea and there i* a wound stripe on hi* khaki coat and two bar* on hi* shoulder. Dear, I must cloae and look at the scenery. T have a premonition. Forgive'me, and wlah me well. Dwotedly, DOLLY. noticed, that if ever in our rivalry for the heart of my huslmnd. Kath erlne Miller seemed to be winning. I might destroy her wltii her own weapon. Let me but provoke her to hysterics in Hob's presence, I sntiled confidently to myself, and her goose was cooked! Hob and Jim, Jr. had quietly gone off assailing in the moonlight, as if nothing in the world were less im portant than the final chapters in the history of the Kimincz pearls. Hut I couldn't take those last clap ters so calmly. "Poor Mary!" I sighed, as I realized that their toll of human lives was completed with her death. Then, as I watched the boys' white sail tack back and forth across the streak of moonlight under which the U-boat lurked, my thought changed to "Poor Chrys!" Cert els had promised her a wedding gift as grand as the ruined rope of pearls. It wasn't hard to guess where he could find that gift. Hut how was he going to raise those Jewels? Would he go down for them him self? fTo be continued.) I $5O I ■ CASH ■ to tin' Seattle woman Riving H the limt lollertlve 15- to 20- H fl| word original ilcntrlptiiin «f |H Irene CaMle'N gowns In Eh I "The I- iring 1,1 ne," now Ht I ■ Tile Htriiliil. I>rave ilen'rlp B D thin in self mlilri'sMi'd en- H velope at Imix office. JH [HEARTS] Wlien you flliinU of a<l\»»rti* I liiK. think of The Slur. Just One Frill After Another IIV lIKTTY llltmVN For the little miss of ft years, life in such a frock as thin la one frill after another the acme of Hlmple, but billowy simplicity. Hleeven and all are composed of overlapping ruf flea of fine white cotton net, all plcot-edged. and guiltless of even a ribbon sash. Milady's little bonnet is of white crln, Valashed to admit the looplnga of a row-edged blue satin ribbon bow. Vary Breads to Tempt Appetites liy iiidi>\ mi: Tempt the capricious summer ap petites with different varieties of bread*. Every one get* tired of the Inevitable white bread and a change to bread of another flavor and ap ptarance add* seat to the meal. Nut bread 1* delicious for sandwiches, and so Is cold brown bread. Ilrown Bread Hift Into a mixing bowl one half cupful of cornmeal, one half cupful of rye meal and one half cupful of whole wheat flour and add one tablespoonful of baking soda and one half teaspoonful of Halt. To this dry mixture add a scant half cupful of molasses ond one cupful of buttermilk or sour milk, Beat and tn i x thoroly. Put the mixture In brown bread tins, set In the steamer, und cook three hours. Nut Bread Hift two rupfuls of wheat flour with two large table s|M>onfuls of cuntard maple sugar, one teaspoonful of salt and four tea spoonfuls of baking powder. Work Into the mixture three tablespoonfuls of butter or other fat and then add one egg. ls»at light, one cupful of sweet milk, and one-half or three fourths cupful of chopped pecan or walnut meats. Jieat thoroly. Turn into greased bread pan. I#et stand 25 minutes then bake in moderate oven. Let stand one day before cut Baking Powder Biscuit—Blft • to gether two and a half c ups of jKistry flour, half a teaspoonful of salt, and flve teuspoonfuls of baking powder; cut In three or four tablespoonfuls of shortening and use milk in mixing to a soft dough. Turn the dough on to a floured board, knead slightly, and cut into rounds. Bake on a greased plate about 18 minutes; serve hot with berries, hUgar and cream. PLANES CRASH; THREE BIRDMEN ARE KILLED PANAMA, July 28.—Machinist Mate L. l. Thomas died here yestcr day a* the result of a collision. Fri day. between an army and a naval airplane. Lieut. Albert Ellis and Sergt. Emil Von Berg were killed In stantly. flUr M staff" Hkc o young couple on a wed din<j trip? « 3e Ans. —When people pet next to 'em they simply can't let them alone. jai If you know Palestaff or Bockstaff, pj? * you know this is true. To start a bottle * J is to finish it. These beverages are so pal- /AvnMHHraL trie atable, so refreshing, and so good for one fjfiPKGoat I*| that no home should ever be without a case. Staff drinks arc sold wherever soft drinks Mfe arc served. iremrleh Bros., Staff Products Company, Seattle, r That Are Food. Cynthia grey hear Ml** Clrpy: Please print 11* Ih f< w line*, as It might help the man and woman who have no pea re of coniiclcmo because of mistaken In the past, find arc asking othem for a derision. In thl* century Ih to me that prople would g«*t over deceiving one another and lie aboveboard. I had an experience practically the nam'* aw the man that si>cnt hi* school allowance. And perhaps It wan not the money that made hi* father lone confidence in him, hut the lien he told. In my own ca*e, I might have gotten protection and lot* of it, and probably never would have been disgraced, if it had not been for a He I told my father to get hlnf to uwe hi* influence and money to help me. Jiut my father could never forgive a deliberate un truth. ho I lied myself away for three yearn. Unlike the man in thin rase, I came hark to tny home town to make good and lived it down. I fell in love with a little girl who came. there to live long since my boyhood prank*. 1 proponed to her. and when she asked rne alxnit rny former life, I frankly confessed everytiiing. I!ut. she, too, had a past, and kept it concealed from mo. Th<» first year and a half of our married life was perfect and full of lo\# I'.ut gradually there came a break I could not understand. Everything In my household came to a standstill. and I had to think hard sometimes to make myself believe it wan the name happy home of a few month* back. 1 finally drew a confession from my wife, and truly forgave and for got, a* any broad-minded man would do; but it was harder to understand than It would have been at the time I propound to her, and played square with her. as far as my past was concerned. So, by all means, when you have a troubled conscience. Hear it. It will surely eg.us»* discomfort In some way. We have had absolute confi denoe in each* other for the past 20 years, HEADER. Dear Miss CI rev: An item appear ed in your columns not long ago re lating to the inroad that is being m.tde upon the purity of the white race by the yellow and black races. There is one question 1 would like to ask of "100 I*er Cent Ameri can." or anyone that cares to answer, and that is: Why is it that every time a white woman marries a man of the darker races there is a cry and howl about the purity of the white race? Does the purity of the white race stand out in contract against all Other races represented In the I*. S. A.? If so. who is the white woman to take her cue from? The white man of Amerioa claims a superiority over all other men as to the highest type of civilization and his standard of morals is pro claimed from the housetojw. but from absolute facts his declarations are as sounding brass and tinkling cymbals. Watch the Little Pimples; j They Are Nature's Warning Unsightly and Disfiguring Signals of Bad Biood Don't close your eyes to the warn* ing which nature gives, when un sightly pimples appear on your fact?, and other parts of the body. Not only are these pimple* and j splotches disfiguring, but they lead j to serious skin diseases that spread i and cause the most discomforting I Irritation and pain. Sometimes they j foretell Kcsema, boils, blisters, scaly eruptions and other annoyances that I burn like flames of fire, and make j you feel that your skin is ablaze. When these symptoms appear on any jwtrt of the body, take prompt steps to rid the blood of th€*se dis- By CYNTHIA GREY Aw proof of thin assertion we only to look at the many that have been i>orn under th«« Htars and Stripe* before the emancipation *= and the many hundred* that, are | Ing born year after y«*ar and not ;dt , of the«♦' half brredn are beinir moth* , ered by white women either, and they are not all being wired by tlie lower class of Illiterate white men. Why i* It that a white man can tike' up with a woman of any race law fully or otherwlae and hi* conduct i* winked at and any reference to hi* behavior I* suppressed and cen nored and the law I* Juggled to *uit j hi* ca*e, arrordlng to hi* standing. lit- ran take up with a Filipino, In di m. Chine#**, negro or Japanese,but' when he does ho he always leave* word i.t home for hi* Mster to up hold the purity of hi* race and have eye* only for the white man. And , he alno leave* behind him hi* man made law that 1* very bold In it* a** J Hcrtion and work* overtime In its||flMH| plications when dealing with a mUBj of dark *kln, regardk**H of hi* Ingne** to abide by hi* marriage' vow* or the sanrtion of an unbiased heaven to a happy and rongenial union, a union upon which the morale of the human i* based. Pin ally, what else could he expect, only for others to emulate hi* open example* by hi* hia*cd law* and f nelfish deed*. He cannot expect of the wind to reap a whirlwind. What soever a man »oweth that also shall he reap. If h« r desires that the pur*ja ity of hi* race should be kept intact,|g he should do unto other* as he ; would that they *hould do unto hlm # | then he could look hi* sister in thai' face and say, "Behold my exam* 7 pies." ALLEGED BAD CHECK ARTIST IS ARRESTED G. W. lang, 51, alleged bad! c heck merchant, was arrested Sun* 1 clay night by Detectives L). J. Mc- Lennan and H. E. Benjamin at Third ave. and Blarichard st. I-ang is charged with passing several bad checks on down-town cigar stores. Two checks for $lO each and one $5 check alleged to have been passed by Lang are held by the police. Lang is held on an open charge. CHINESE IN BATTLE; ONE BADLY WOUND I/Oul.h Wing, 40. <-hlnene, who "hot tiy Ixmte Dee Ock, another Chinese. at the Ivy hotel, Seventh ave. anil Hint; st.. Saturday night, will recover, according to an an- ' nouncement made at Providence how- | pltal Monday afternoon. Wins Is Hufferlng from three bullet wounds. Ock i* caid to have confessed to the shooting at the time of his ar rest early S«inday morning, but re fused to talk when questioned at the city jail. Hoth men are members of th« Bing Kung tong. I orders. And the one remedy whid*|£ | has no equal as a cleanser is 8. 8. 8., the purely vegetable blood uhich has been on the market for more than fifty years. It is sold by ;■> druggists everywhere. If you are afflicted with any form J of skin disease, do not expect to be cured by lotions, ointments, salves I and other local remedies, as they can not possibly reach the source of i the trouble, which is in the blood. 4 ; Hegin taking S. S. S. today, and write J a complete history of your f our chief medical adviser, who give you special instructions with out charge. Write at once to Swift Specific Co., 260 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, (Ja. ALSO AN AMERICAN.