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Sbeiefc' SEATTLE TENNIS CLUB OPENING ATTRACTS SOCIETY TODAY BY KEULAH MITCH EM. COITTS Nocwfy titU'tr or lir or or rIK (W.V UITTI.K IIOMK of the Seattle Tannin oluh kept open hou*<- today for tt* mrmbwi and frlenda, announcing very modestly y<ut the aam< spirit of hospitality Will prevail thru the MmmiT month*, and ll»at the court* are In wondnftil for a game \Yatl baskets of dogwood and effective arrnngemenla of huckleberry ♦r.hsiced the woodland and on the tea table, over which Mrs. Kdwln A Strout. Mr* Joshua Own, Mr*. John Collin*. Mo Albert Horace \r> defwon. Mm Havld Edward Skinner and Mr*, J l>. Low man presided *»n a gorgeous basket of marigold*, lark spur, tulip* and snapdragon* The reception committee included Mm. Montirnirrv Russell and Mm. Charles Kollln*. Mr* John U \«en. Mr*. Wlnlock Miller Mm. James K. Shallenberger. Mm I C Tyler. Mr* Jdmiw l> Hose. Mm Alexander Mc Kwun. Mm Itichard Dwlghl Memll. Mm Wallace Oreen Collin*. Mr* DhvM Kdward Skinner. Mra. Harry Whitney Tront. Mm Walter Ituree* Heals Mra. Pierre P. Kerry. Mrs. John Krlckwm. Mr* Kdgar Ames. Mrs Samuel I. ltuaaell, Mr* I'aul Mand<Ml Henry. Mr*. Herald Shan non. Mr* Robert Wllaoo, Mr- John A Campbell, Mr* llenry Cnmtrn*. Mm. Phillip* Mom-on. Mf Hlchard »>rr* Mr- Ham [..•ar. Mm Cecil H. Bacon, ,Mn«. Harry K. Me»»»r, Mm. William 1> Ivrkirn- Mis* fK.rii. Mitchell. A bevy of yountc girl* a* ■toted in dispensing refre*hmcnt* • • • Tea to Honor Mrs. Farrell and Daughter ttf welcome to Mm. Jamea I> Tar i*)l and Ulki Helen Karrell. w ho have rwintljr relurne.l to Shuttle to re *iile. Mra Harry Whitney Treat en twrtalned at a beautifully apt*<lnt*d tea at her home on Highland Drive yesterday afternoon The room* were gardenllkc In their lavish array of tulip*, and the lea table over which Mm. Richard Pwlght M'mil and Mrs. Joahua Green alternated with Mr*. Frederic Struve and Mr* Min ion F. Backua. had for It* center a handsome basket of pink rose* and tulip*. During the receiving hour*. Mr. Phllea* Goulet delighted the guest* with a group of song*, ac companied by Mr*. Albert Charle* Phillips. e • • Dinner-Dan re at Yacht Club Mm F |I. Watt entertained with tut Informal dinner dance last eve ning at the Seattle Yacht club In celebration of the birthday of her husband s • s Miss Green Hostess at The Dansant Mlsa L,ttdle Green was hoetes* thla afternoon at the dansant in honor of Ml-i Dorothy Llndaey and her fUnce. Mr. Park Galbralth Parker, at the New Washington hotel Ml** Green wa» assisted by Mm. Norval H. Iti mer, Mr*. Kuwiell Howard La Rue. Mtes Judithe Glbb* and Mi*a Marlon •owle. Mr. Henri Scott Honored Mr*. James Hamilton I>e Vwivt wtll be haste** at an Informal supper party thi* evening at her home In esmplimmt to Mr. Henri Scott, who !• singing at the MooVe theatre. • • • Broadway Guild to Meet With Mrs. Farrar The BnctwiT Guild of the Ortho pedic hoepiU! will rive the la*t pro gram of the ifaxon on Thursday. May t". at I o'clock, at the home of Mr*. Bert Farrar. The pupil* of the Kln« school will pr»ii»nt a Fr<sr<-h play and Mr*. Bond of the Comuh cchool will give a reading A sliver offering will be taken. • • • P*i Upxilon Reception The Psl I'pullon fraternity will en tertaln at tea on Hunday afternoon at lha chapter houae. • • • Wedding Day Set Ml** Maybelle Burgess, daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Frank Burge**, ha* clpoecn Tueaday, May 25. a* the day of her marriage to Mr. Orville Archie kenyon of St. Paul. The ceremony Will be performed In the Klrat llap ttat church at >3O o'clock In the evening Mr*. Merrill Heu*tl* will be matron of honor, Mr*. Karle Craig and Ml** Addle I'hlnney will lie the two bridesmaids. and the flowr girl* Will be the Mls*e« Ixiuine and Alice Mag' n Mr. Merrill l<eu*ti* will act M iroommiuiL for Mr. Kenyon. • • • Lecture on Italy Thin Evening Miss LIJa van Klrk will deliver her Illustrated lecture on "Italy awl the Adriatic Problem." with special rtference to thf port of Flume, this evening at the Fine Art* auditorium at t.W o'clock. This Important nub- I t nPHE excellence of J. coffee depends I upon its freshness. Hi always absolutely fre*h. | Uaited Tea I Coffee Stores I Libert?Market 119 Yesler Way J South End Market 'TELEPHONE the So * ciety Editor of The Star—Office, Main GOO; Homo, Main 2761. k " Ject *hould attract n * lde*pread In tereat. and Mlm van Kirk la mixl i4iixti>tui to explain the ll»ll.m vlrw point In the recent controvemle* Hlie ha* felt keenly, m have all lover* of Italy, the mlsutuWmlandlng* which have arisen In our own coun try thru adverse protwßnntla, and the action of the peace conference toward Italy. Thla lecture la open to the public. an«l those wishing to hear Mlm van Kirk* earn**! plea for the justification of Italy'* claltna 4nd aspiration* should avail them selves of thla opportunity, M ahe leaves shortly for the Ka»t. after gtv- Inf a aeriea of talk" at the Wash ington Stale Normal achool, and will | not appear again the Pacific co**t for many month*. The meeting la under the a usplcca of the Italian Commercial club. • • • Tea for Bride-Elect Ml*- Marlon Norton *.*.« at a im «n<l m*iM*rllAnfou« ihowtr at h*r home Saturday. May S. In honor of Mlmp Krwli Thompson, who la to bo a Jun* brfel* • • • To Receivc in Honor of Daughters Mr. iuui Mr*. J. Dovey will r* r»|rf thrtr frtrnds at their home on SutitUy tn honor of the confirmation of their daughter*, th* Mioses Isa dora and Gladys 1 K>vey. • • • Surprise Shower for June Bride A *urprl*e »ho*fr was given Mon day evening at th* home of Mr* f>. I, Bowen. in compllnwat to Mian vinnie erdman. whose nwrmjn to Mr Frank 11. Warren. Jr.. will be an event of June Jd. The brtde «-l«*t *>• the recipient of many uaeful gifts. • * • Sehool Planers in "Sleeping Beauty" The playlet, "Sleeping H'-atit y,~ was given by children at the Hew aril school Friday night, as a feature of Community week. WE&sm Chev. Paulo O. Rrenn* waa recant ly appointed charge d'affairea of tha Italian legation In Wimw, Poland • e e Mr J H Fo* departed thl* week for a buvineaa trip to New York City. a a a Mr. and Mr*. Roland Hire of Kantuia City are *p<-nding some time In the city vlaltlng friend*. • m- • Mr and Mr*. J Howard Allen and daughter. MUa Dorothy Allen, left today for a \lalt ut ten day* In Vic toria. • • • Mm Joseph C. Tyler, who ha* been spending a fortnight In f(>o k.ine, the gueat of her pirent.it, Mr. and Mr*. C. P. Oudln, la expected home today. • * • Mi** Marlorle Henderaon of Powell River, R. C . who ha* been the h«u*e gye*t of Mr and Mr*. J C. C. Kden for a week, will depart for her home on Sunday. arcomivinlrfi by Mr. and Mr*. Kdrn. who will vlalt friend* In Vancouver. • • • Major and Mr*. Jack C. Tto-s of Vancouver, B. C., were guest* at the Hotel Washington thl* week, depart ing Thursday evening for their horn*. • • • Mr Alexander Polaon. of HnqtlM, departed la*t evening, after *pemllng *evera| day* In town, a guest of the Motel Waahlngton. • • • Mr and Mr*. Aubrey Wilton left la*t night for Vancouver, B. C, to ■pend the week end. • • • Mr. and Mr* H. 11. William*, of Chicago, who have been popular via- Itor* In the city for the punt three week*, will depart on Monday for laimml laland where they will upend the aummer. • • • Mr* Ke|th Bullitt I* spending aev eral day* at the Country club, the gueat of her sister, Mr* Peachy. SPRINKLE CLOTHES WITH WARM WATER If one will un* warm water when sprinkling clothe* for Ironing the cloth** win tie Ironed almost imme diately. The hotter the water the better, for the uterim dampen* the article* qtftckly and evenly. A perforated * top per may be bought and fitted into a bottle, making It po**tble to u*e very hot water. The**. *topper* make a fine, even *pray that It I* al rnoHt impossible fur one to make with the hand. Kvenly dampened clothe* are a big help in the IronJng of them. MACARONI WITH CHEESE SAUCE 1 % rnpc martrnnl 4 '•Him boiling water 2 »*a*|»ooi»« unit ! S t»4butter 2 tablespoon* flour % t« naif pnprik« ] 'it cups rnllk x ft cup Kr*t«»d rhfl»M Break macaroni Into Inch pieces. Cook irt boiling waited water until tender. Melt butter. Add flour, salt and paprika Stir until thoroly blend ed. Add milk slowly, wtirrlrig con- Mtantly. Add ehceae and cook a few minutes longer. I'our over macaroni and nerve hot. Music MRS. ROBERT R. FOX, JR. -- !* n ri»li OMt The marriage of Mi** Josephine Carman and Mr. Robert R. Fox jr., wan *olrmni:ed on Tue*duj/ reining at the Chureh of the Epiphany. Confessions ofaßride L (CppvjngM' 1520. bu IKe>frui^pipcrF.nfrrpn.v r AsX>nA.iion) THE CHILD IS THE KERNEL OF THE MAR RIAGE AND DIVORCE QUESTION THE BOOK OF ANN The nnmntlon of the party around tho tea tab)* had ba*n ■witched fmm tha divorce que«tlon Mother Urlmrr took c«r« of that a» »<>on an *ha heard tha men comlni down *talra. In *pita of the way daddy hurt her. once upon a time, mother I* alwaya careful to avoid any reference to hi* particular kind of sin A* mu< ha* 1 love daddy. I often think a little of tha con tlnued>ln-our-next brand of punl»h ment would be good for hla tout. Moat negle. ted wivr* admlnt«ter It, but M"th«-r I»rlmer never doea. The family wa* dlacUMting a *entl mental lubjnt, however—the nwl rlmontal arrangement between I'anny Hur«t, the *tory writer, and the hu*- band *he married awrotly five )«r« ago "They live apart for the **ke r.f their career*," laughed Ann "Noth ing new In that. Jim* going back la the aviation flelil neit *erk, and I am going to learn how to keep hou*e by mynelf " Thaie'« nothing new under the *un." ob««Tv«d t'hrya. "That a man and wife may achieve happlnen* and c»rwr« tno*t easily by maintaining separate rwllMirm may be advanced philosophy. but It lent new at all. I think It wa* advam rd by two Kngllsh writer* year* ago Greenwich vil lage picked it up and tried It out. Ml*" llur*t lent original, you *ee. * "There'* only one paragraph In Ml** Hurst's atalement thai inler e*t* me," *ald mother. "Ml** lliirat *ay* thai In the event of offspring, th* child will take the paternal name until reaching (he age of dlncretioa. when the decision would lie with him." "A brand new Incentive to genlu* to hustle to TOCCCM," said Boh. "Snow again V* remarked Jim. "I don't gel your drift," "A child would doubt |e*s choo*e the name of the mfvi fantou* parent, wouldn't he?" Boh replied. "There fore, It behoove* each parent to make the mo*t of hi* or her chance at it career, *cem* to me." "Life I* no mur-h simpler for per son* who art» not geniuses!" naid Mrs. Bent. "Mtfift IVtirxt made plnn« for nam ing possible offspring, hut I don't err that »he *ayn a wonl iilmitt a home for a child," mu*ed mother. "H doepn't oc ur everybody, special ly not to that a child In en titled to a rnl homo, with a father and a mother In It." "The child I* the kernel of the whole imtrrtajre and dlvdrce que*- tlon!" Thus Oiryu upon the tabooed *übject. "Home very clever person* f»n»l marriage Irksome, hut think It wine to live together for the wake of the child. They're not what Ml*# Hurst term* 'antediluvian*,' ill her. Mont of them have thought their way thru the convention* and buck Again." Then spoke my dear wane husband "If a man make* a bad bustne** venture, he expect* to puffer for It. If human make a bad domes tic venture, they shriek out to l»e re lieved of the burden they have* will fully assumed. The name of a child Isn't, perhap*, very Important, but It* place at the center of the family I* extremely Important." fluid mother, taking up the paper with an account of the Hurst ex periment : "Dear me! A lot of thin new thinking doesn't seem to me to be Very clear thinking. The old tradi tion* are a I way* abu*ed, nevertheless they are founded on elemental and eternal truths I guess they will not be upset by theorist* A lot of per sons have thought all around Much subjects, as Hob say*, and. Instead of breaking Up the home, to suit their own notion* of personal happiness or THE SEATTLE STAR aucceoaful »rmn, they strive to ad- Just thrmKhm to the Condition* of (he homo, and to labor fur lit prea- I lixk'-l at Ann. Kh» «u playing with th» cat. TKwrlM about the homo didn't worry her very much. Ftut somehow my own little bunpt low took on an air of tremendous Importance. It waa a hnm»! A r»al home! I caught B"b'< smile and wa* |M Evidently my man *aa thinking Ihe kum thlnf. • (To Bo Continued) Purine lt«l "It month* of l»l». th» ftureau of Inlrmal ll'vrnun dlacovrml 2M.J77 delinquent lux |myrr« and led ll» o*. 1.3H In delinquent Imm and prnalUH. Dr. Humphreys' Remedies with aark Vui In I Un(ti<c> I nzlUli. (<mnan. Spanish. I'ortu (u«m> and Krrnrh K«. roii I <"..««.«tl' n. Inflammation* t H*prm«, Hwin fever, of Worm |>l# ftM S i •lie. »'ryin| and tv*k»futn«Mui of In t<\r l« 4 I•••rrtir*. of r*MMr»n •' 1 A dull* A Orlplnff*. Itlllbul folic • < hoirm Morlm*. Vomiting 1 1 •nigh*. » j®. |:r >mhlt<i ■ Tn«4l»®r||f, fr*nron« ho. N»urftlfU • Hwdarh#, b k Hp«(Urhf, V«riltfO • • >f|np>pili. i II Mfiun r *<aoty It IfuiArrlifv. or I'rtifu*" M^ruwa 15 f Hoofs* « "Wgh. Ur)nrltii II I • »»m», Kruptl«n* KrynlprlM II lltiriiniaikm. I,umb«fa 16 Halirts. Krvrr *• | Aft!* II l*ll#o, MiintJ or Blood toff. Fitrrnol. In t»-rn«l I* o|ililhalnil». 'Wir» or InHnmM F.vn It < tUrrh. l»flu#nio. f'.»|«| In (ho lU«d 20 %% hooping « <Mich, *po»rno<ll< i'.,«irh 31 %•(linit*. «'ppr. «■«I, Difficult Hi«'n(h* • n* tt F-or IM« h«rff, K«rftrh« II dwelling mnl lularinl <*lon«la ■fl I»»»oml \ Toot' tb l»r«i»«j. F'hii.i A- ■ umultllnna ?«» hmiMa, Votnlilni, Mrulrhnrai IT IH*r»r»ler* of ihr Kl*lnr)a uiil r«i nor* «lftn M Nfnmu I'rmlrallnfi tft ••orf MfHilli, i «r»fcf<r. F»v*r niUfrra »• I rlnory Inoonllnrnrf, \\ siting Ikxl :il r»inful HftiaM, I'rurtH* ** IM«iinlfr« of th+ llrHrf, l'»||il(fttlnna S I ■ml I (HiHiMwna Jit "Miff Throw! mill ()utri«y .1.1 I hmnlf ( •ingf«ili»ii«, ll<*od*' h« 77 I • '-rlppe, liri|i|M loolr (whirl* Doctor'* Hook on th« treatment »»f "Kv«7 living mailed fr#»e At oil f»ru* nnd Country fltoro« llumphreyo' llomro M*<llrln* Co., JM William Mlr*>et, Nik Vork AMUSEMENTS moork r?i:;';vA MASON' A l\l I I I It IIKNKI NIO'IT 111 111 IIKItI NKII NOKUUKIII ItiiritnofT-—The Itone 11 it*—-1\ Ino- Krumn —W»r«nrl A Mrrrrr I\\ l< i: l»\ll \ : w n nd ft: IA i. ok w a ____ Dirnlion of Arkrrinun A llurrl* IMI 1.1. % Ml-1 MM Kit 11.1. 111. Willi I lirlr llr ii ii 11 fii I ||or»rn "I Mil* Nil I r Mis |<ll\ || \ A * (•(Mil) f>»tar* riioiiipiHT i-r. \II ii %iiiM in "TH|. : , \rnoi." METROPOLITAN I.AaT TIMK 'l'OMfillT Mnllnrr 'l«»iln> GUS HILI/S MINSTRELS M*M« IMIe to tl.fWI. Mill. Today, (# MI.OO. Plan \\ llf Int. piShKM «*• rj. ■> /rrrTti IClubSfl • I < 1.1 IIS I OI( MONDAY IJtrrar) himl TrmH < !«••» Mm. Uroocn W Mm homy ami Mm C<Hiio Mniionoy Kiim, hmlnlml by Mian Camilla Maliorwy, hHI h« boat I'Mi'ii 4i( a mimical*' nnd Iccture r»- i'it>il at (lirlr hom*, 1204 20th av* N , (Ml Mnfulnv afternoon, 44| .30 o'clock Thrir vu«nt« will Im* mem hem ainl frinrtda of the nnd Travel rlult The program Will he given by Ml** Camilla I4r»alnger a vocaliat, Minn Imml»H In hinder, violin l*t. *nd 'Mr« CVrll« Mahoney KnOf, pi mint The llcv. K A llrixlmann, i-haplalvt of the U, 8 8 New York, will conduce the program with m ni unit m) lecture on t*> wlwiwl aub JnoC • • • ADDITION \l, CM lis \\ oflti-fl'ft ( <ill4lliii II ( lull McHlllft Mm. t\ I' (Jorman. preai«l«mt of the Canadian Wottim'N club, will pr«*i|di» at tha open meeting Tuwhlmv evening In (he ttaatern Hlar ( lub rootm, 4090 Ahu.l.' building Judge King liykettuitt will apeak on the Juvenile court and Mm. J Clifford Held will have i-hartff of the mualuU program. which followa <al "TH# f*lf»»a of Pan".. Monrlitnii • M "Tim Kairy Plpen ~, |lr«w«r Mra All" I*l nr katoii ||cU«n, H'lpuno Mim Ullun LUxlMr *i tl>« ftftßO "?t«rt«rfl•' , I.Unt (t>> "flliol'lln Vi-rcJi f.latt Vvrdi UNt lira (}«rendol) o Taylor Uwla Voml (•I "Th# Vanr*# at tha Hfirlftf"...« Mm h it a i■ (to "Think# l*>v«. of Ma frank Ur*/ Wr Krnrai Wortb. fewrllimc Mrt U urltt «t tha pint** a • • Amik \\ right S»niln*ry Mertlfig Tt»«* niruUi monthly hu*lu*fta dUfUng of the Annie Wright Kertrln ary will be liojil Thumday, May 2?, at 2 o'clock, at the home of Mri. I . M. Uribble, 302 Maiden ive. a a a i*rn«)Hln liold«-»irod Club T!se WlnnOtwlvi Golden rod dub will mo t Wttfffi'Mlay, May 2<. With Mm. llanaon. tl& N. 7ith «t. All former \Via«-on*!n Udlra welcome. I«ake car. a a • ilatrrt ( liurih Dinner Th* wnm'n of th* ll»vm Mrih fwll.t K|>lmv>|wl rhuri-l) will rt« a dlnn«r WwliimUy, May 11, ut tha church, from I o'clock to 7 JO. • • • l»auglilcr« of Plnnx r» to (ilir l'arl> Tin" iKtuihuti of I'lMifm will Clvo a rard |*«rty anil niu>b'<l« at th* M whliiftmi Annn on U ediic. day. May It, Uw pfnmdi to b* iwJ for historical |>ur;>oa«-* Mr*. J. 1. MlimU la chairman of lh* commit to* In chant*, aaalated by Mm It. II Abrama. Mr* K. J Wallace. Mr* Kilbourne and Mra Kill of Tiusnu • • • IJM.iiu IV T. A. Th* hurt m**tln* of the Ixtona farrnt Trachrr aaaoclallou *n| b* l;«ld on Thumday, May 2T. at 114 p. m . In th* ajwmbly room of th* ■chool Itrporu of committee* will ha i»itlh>il and a utatcinenl of the yaar * work will bo rouL KiocJion of officer* wUI b* held. • • • I'oliah Home Society Tli* I'oliah Homo association will hold tho last mwUnj Munday. May S3, at 5 p 01 * Wushlngton hall. 14lh avo arid Kir it I'oliah people and *tc* kholder* are requested to attend. I'urvhijir of the Kenton Hill club house. wlili h the von latlvn plana to occupy on July 1. will be discussed • • • Family Kntcrtaliied hy Kludent* The atudent biity of tho American I'nlvrmlty of Kimlpractic entertain ed the fnculty memt>era with a general "net together" meeting on Friday, to mark the end of the first semester of the university. a * • \Vimien'« Ovlc t'luh The Women'a Civic club meets Tuesday. May !ith. at the homo of Mr* Miller. 60« 16th avo. N. I'ar llamentary section, 1:30; bual neaa, X. so* Hewtlle Kevlrw, No. I Tho Heattle llcvlew. No B Worn en's Benefit association of the Macca bees, will holit a meeting Thursday evening at * o'clock.. W. O. W. hall Memlxra are a«k<d to attend, to plan for a rally June l in Everett. • • • |y»rraJnr Social flub The Lorraine Social club will on Wednesday, May 2fl. at 2 p. m.. In the nurd rncm nf the Masonic tempi*' All Ka«trrn NUr» are cordially in vited. • • • Sf llarnilt** Itiilld Ht. narnuha* Guild for Nurse* will meet n«**t WVdn** l.ty aftrrnoon. May 2U, at 2 30 o'clock. In the nurnen* rrjriotry r»»<»m of the V. \v. c. A. ftoport* will ba read find plana made for a picnic on June 11. COOD HOUSEKEEPING Th<- womiin who acrnmpllah*-* the creati'jrt amount of work In a day I* not nwrpMirlly the one who f||«.« at thlnir* with a hl«h drgree of »P«Td and nrrvou* trnalon. The mv-rrt of •crompllfthmFnt Ik In mnklnr every movrmmi of Un hand* count. Kor Inatanee, when waahlnir dl*he* *ee to it thnt one awab of the dlih cloth do<<* the work. The housekeeper mu*t keep two Jumps ahead of the game. Your inind run b<- planning tli*<- next tank i« your hand* are doing thp Imtne diate our. Very often thr compara tively alow moving, deliberate wom an "k'M* more dour" In a day (ban thp quick, dinting typp of worker, who hiu< to make her hnnd« nnd f<-et do the work her head ahould have done. BAKED BANANA PUDDING l'» Hi|»a .oft lircml r rum Ihi S ('Op IllUk I (Up lIHUHnH |>tll|l 1 i rii|» kiißiir 1 ! l«*t**|MMMl Nit It " liil»lr«|NM>nM hutlrr Cook bread crumb* and milk till smooth. Add butter, manhed banana*. aalt and cook a minute lonfcer. Htlrrln* conntantly. Remove from fire and add the yolka of the «'KK« beaten till thick and lemon col ored. Fold the whltrx beaten ntlff and dry. Turn Into a buttered bak ing dlah. Hake In a moderate oven till firm to the touch. Bcrve with lemon *au< c. "■ JlCiJiiM Frock Has New Harem Skirt IfV CORA MOOIIK Xnr i uik t ftuUan One f.f Ihf nc«r»l thing* about prevailing faahlona I* tliat ao many of th* nvul attractive m<»l*ta ran lx roplod by M»a clever home dr»»- RMkff. For Inetuni*. thla (rock, lla material (a Indeatrurtlble voile, a aoft tun with brown ulywtt tare tend ing. nine ln<lie» wide. The aklrt ta a harem arid thr«e harem akirta are very modaat. very «r»oeful and a mfortaMe with the ruMiei tape tn th« hem to permit (reeilum In walk- It s, «The bodice la a kimono affair with the tjAndlnc !• »«-t aa a panel Tim girdle la at t)« voile. Sweet Alyssum Adds Charm to Gardens Swot alyamim la an addition to one's garden which ta often neglected. Kiperlenc* shows It to be a plant which require* little care and will (;row despite Indifferently food 0011. It la uoually recognised as the best of all vartetlea of annual* for an amat< ur because of Ito wy cultlva lion. It la a robust plant and start* readily from seed. In order to be atarted properly, the soil should be ■leaded nnd fertiliser added. Where the soil I* of ciay. a libera) aupply of sind should lie worked Into the ground. If this la not available.*,m ashes may used In sufficient quantity to prevent clogging or lump Ing In rainy weather. The mirfai-* of ih» ground photild be rnked until the null 1* fine In-fore the im-.<u *r»- unwed. Tlk-w ran then l» thrown hrnndoist raked repeated ly, and finally patted down with the b«< k of a trowel Tho plants will have a batter chance to beeomf sturdy If some sort of shade la provided, until the seed ling* have grown two or three leaves This shade, which may be made by a newspaper. nee,) l>e spread only during the three or four hour* of a day when the sun's rays are hottest Hn-wt *lya*um will renew itaelf each yeat frotn eelfoown *eed* A little frrUH*rr *hould be spread on Iho noil, hdtwfvpr, to Innure etronir irmwth A few of the plan In Ruijr l>o pottn<l In the full, and umnl aa hnurn* plant* during winter month*. Ita flower* hhwwim in profusion out of doors. from earlleat *prlnir to the fall front*. PRINCE OF WALES LIKES HER PANAMA. (Hy Mall.v—Tears and yearn hence, in nil proluihllity, the grandchildren of Carolyn C J ran berry j will be told how how tlie prince of Wii lew, while vlHltlna thr car ml zona, danced wix tinu'H with her tn one evening. Mlhm (Iranberry was the favored ftuext at a hall Kie<«n in honor of thr prince, lie watched her danc ing, then imked to be introduced and InnlHtiMl on the klx dance*. Mlhh , Ciranbercy In the daughter of u canal xone employe. THOUSANDS OF BABIES AND MOTHERS DIE WHILE CONGRESS SLUMBERS ON! WAftHINOTON, May 22. Con irrfMM nlctrpft on the Job, while thou mind* of batlte* urn! mothem die needieaely. And the women of the nation are getting tlrnl of It. Iteprc-« ntativ» » of hundred* Of thoiiMiindN of Arnertcnn Women h« vf dem i nded upon <oni(rfnM with it hliiilp demand that pending legt*la Don for the protection of mother* and l»«bie* !»• pu>*"d without fur ther fiddling "It I* a proper fiuextlon to auk WHY IUNOJIIHHMKN AN I I BKNAT< iltH WA N T M(iTHKHtf AN I > CHII«DftI£N TO IMI 17" de rlan-H Mr*. I'lon rH '' Kelley, m neral wi retnry of the National <'on*urn •r*' I' -muf Hhe In one of the women who ha* been appearing ln-fore the *enate public healtli committee* on IWialf of the Hheppard Towner hill for the public protection of maternity and Infamy, under it* wlnr Other women who have b'-en pleading and demanding that thlM Ix-aiih meaaure U- <iui< kly pa**ed in clude the wive* of H« nator Henry W. Keyea and Hoc ret ary lauiwl* of the navy. Sprite of the women told the committeemen liitH |»r nodi raJ nir«* alone »ave«l tlieftr own li%e* mlicii liitir rlilhiri-n wrrr born. 'I be) t«»ld how farge suin* of money had Iwfii appropriated l»> inning to hiivi" ami other Millie to <-<ill< ule r«M'f hoTM» KMinMm on I tow to feed nitric in foal. iitMl how i!ho(mI the miloii* \%t-r* to bollneetiJ unci lirli eradication. Him •• Ml- bill w» • op tl»e first lime fiOO.OOfI lialo'*# have ncHllMwly und 4(1.000 mother* have kon«* to premature grave*, |)i« women Mate Henator Jtwph K. Kumpdell of f,oui*iana told th«* women thai IT they would make the Karne plcaa to *ll rtenatom and he lujr© they would no longer real ea*y until the bill tieeame law. "Vou have atirred mi deeply,** itald the nenator. Mf«. I*anlrlM told how a Ureal phy»i< lan *aved her after her find « hlld wan born. Rhe *.» id nhe wantnl to lend out a cry for the million* of wom»*n mho ro down Into the valley of the ulutdow of death without the aid of do<tor» or nume*, and liave no way of knowing for week* an<l months after whether their health lit Impaited from the ordeuJ. * It wa* only the fklll of a great phynician who haved me thru the b:rth» of iny first two children." aald Mr*. Key©*. wife of Senator Keyea. THE WILKES PLAYERS % WILL OFFER FOR NEXT WEEK "THE PIPES OF PAN" —An idyllic comedy, clever in lines and unflagging in interest. m kh, i.v t« *i «o inn MM mm** MATS., hun. \Vr«l, Sst.. •> to 50c lAf I I I# W l'!u» Ww Tai TTIkHkO ™st I "Our Mrs. EF St McChesney"?? LOEW'S IHrtrllM of .\« k •tiuhi i A llarrt* Tonic!*—la»l Time* "IIOUAXD-DOCICRIIX TO." TOMORROW, MONDAY, TI KSDAV AND WEDNESDAY A IJ>fly N«n» Show of HIPPODROME VAUDEVILLE FRANK & MA/IK HI C.IIKS STI \IIT RUCK & CO. In "A Pan.-.- Romance" , n „ Com „, v of Soot „, h With Joe Hamphone at the "Sandy's \Ved<iin K Present- I Ma no TIIIIKK OK A KINO WIIJHR S. I.YKK Monarch* of Mirth and Melody Songß. Bounds and Saylr.?* PHIL DAVIS EZRA X MABEL AI'STIN A Park Knight Prom Dixieland "Hope You Ldke It" PKATTRK PHOTOPLAY J. WARREN KERRIGAN In "TIIK DHKAM CHEATER" The startling adventurts of a Modern Aladdin, adapted from Honor* Italiac'i The Majcic Skin.** PANTAGES 1:30 NljhU 7 and > liKMNNIM; MONDAY MATINKK l.ancdiHi MrCuraiick I'rrxnU "THUNDER MOUNTAIN" > lril«< Sl«ry of tin- <ir«>at Nvrlhwwi Willi Clwrlfn llnrtliiiK ami Ann Hamilton Mabel Harper & Co. Winchell & Greene "Funlwnin of > aud«\ ill*" "I'upp.v Uvr" Lohse & Sterling Pantagcscope "Froll<n In Midair" New Koaturr I'U-(urea Mimic, <<irU and IJiui^litrr BROADWAY ECHOES "\n OUt-Tinir MlnitlrH slum" (iorurnu- CoatniiM 1 * antl Srcnrry (■i iirr.il Matin** J sc—Nigh Is lm- A w 0 m ■- ■ a New Hampshire. "Wf llre<j In the country, »nd If my hu»tjin<l had brrn a poor man we couldn't have brought a doctor fiorn Ifo*ton." Thi- women warn that If the prw* •nt conrre** den n't do Moivifthinsc about thin bill, th« member* will re rr«t it in thi full |*hen ttM women go to th« f»oll* to vote. "The wor*t thing that a politician can do now in to antagonize th» won*<*n voter*," d» • lare* Mr* I >ym* Mi,* Mary Kte*art, n pre*» Ming the Women'* National Ilepubllcan Kxootitlve committee, auy* the worn en will take dec t*lv« action at the poll- If the H hep part] (ail mn't enact - ml *pe««jily. The H hep pa rd Towner hill provider for an appropriation '»f $2,W0.000 the firnt y«4r, to be gradually increaaed to $4,000,000 yearly by )*Z*. to be um<l exclusively, In conjunction wtth f'hife.i that appropriate rirnilar amount*, In the protection of moth ei and Infanta. In addition. s4*o,- 000 a year would be appropriated, $lO,OOO to each fitate, for udminitf'ra tion purpose*. MRS. BELMONT IS ALL SMILES Mn. Morgan Be!rxF>nt wa* all •mile* an nhe arrive#! at Ht Bartholo mew'* rhurrh, New York, for the Whitney-Tower aoelety wedding:. The Inlted State* ron«um<* nearly two-third* of the world's rubber supply.