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1 7 linnetlliv W JJLPiLIH. Hit/ DRESS AND INVISIBLE DRESS; STYLES AFFECT GIRLS' MINDS, MODES? IIY CYNTHIA GREY Dress has nn effect on conduct .4* nctress was telling me her experiences in this line. "Strange," said she, "u hen I vant to creat a frivolous, frippery role, all I hove to do to 'live' that part, is to array myself in the gomivnt and colors of such a personality. "To change n>\ aspect «nj mm n«r to tha tragic. I need only fh vum Biv gnrb anil ajwumo clinging line* and dark lihiutra to 'g-t the «Um>» phcrv' <ui<l ko the world thru Um gloom of »orr>>wr." Thl» In lntere*Un*c. In connection With the *übject of dre** and de cency or dn* and tu effect on eon duct, which a mother brought up In thta column recently. She won ranaidertng the modern extreme style of wardroblng woman hood, ami it* questionable effect* on the mind and manners of the youth of today. I'nA'Ubtrdljr the subject Is one worthy tne most careful consldera tlon of the public. Whfii one stops to think of It. In the world ntn womm an<l girls make such freaks of Uwmwlvrn a* they do. follow ins fashion's foolish leud* * Really. It's no wonder men. the fashion makers, concoct «ltller and allUfr modes of dress when women "tail" for them, repeatedly and blind ly Uke a load of brick. Why don't women, as a class, wake op* Change modes. If you wtll, dear Mr*. I'uMlc Hut why not change to a more becoming *tyle Instead of an outrageously absurd one? Grown women are llie responsible leader* of fashion. They set the mark of approval on ridiculous styles by affecting them. Then, when girls follow suit, these same women, very likely, discover, too late, their daughters are reaping the unpleasant outcome of this rash freaklshneas. In heaven's name. Is It essential for woman to stoop to the "lure" of Wee skirts and backleas waists to win the attention of men? In falrnese to scores of women and girls, 111 say. I believe they do not don extreme fashions in the hope of fascinating men. but merely because they are steeped In the age old habit of "following the leader." no matter how absurd that leader's modes fn&y be. Isn't it time women, who are prov Ing themselves to have such marvel •vjs brains for real things. sho-ild awake to the philosophy and power and effe< t of dress? SPONGE CAKE * 1 cup nctr 1 cup Tour _ , 1 teaspoon bsktss powder I Hot" >1 > tablespoons water 1 leasr--.fi vastus Bepar-iie whites »nd yoOni of egg* Beat yolks till thick ar.d lemon-coi orvd. Sift flour, «ug»r, bakliit paw *t and a pinch of wit together five or au tlmn. Add to yolks. Add water, vinegar an l flavoring and atlr until p»rf>-ctly smooth. Beat egg white* till stiff and dry and add to anistare Bake In a moderate oven for 45 minutes lawman Continuous mm***** ■■-■ a. Sunday NOW HERE— . m A BPHNG GARDEN C OF DELIGHT FOR '« THF^AMTSEM EXT nat t up «r \E' n ROOM « S —\ FAST-MOVING w 4 WHIRLWIND OF JOY mi ■■ AND SUSPENSE WITH THREE MERRY COMEDIANS, -Wf/W;- J LARGE ALL-STAR SiVl i CAST AND \ 22 17 STUNNING GIRLS J J Sunday and Even. (2,000 Seats) for 10c J*" Matinee Today—27c 9 Thursday W HAT do YOU " * think? Write Ovn ihia Grey, care of the Seattle Star. - - ■* Teachers' Pay Increase (IF) Is $360 Teachers In nearly every grade and cl.v-h In Spittle public school* ars allow, d a IKIO lm-r» .«*e in aalary, sub )ect to approval of voter* at the elec tlon. June lj, In a schedule adopted by the bo>ird of edUi.»t|on Friday night.' If the voter* authorise the In crease. jt will be paid beginning with the n*w fall term Teachers already receiving the maximum salary are not given the increase, nor are thoae of a small number employed last >*ar at a salary s(>o over the regula tion pay. "Cadet" teachers. with |rn than two year*' experience, will jet an increase of |<:c The new schedule makea the salary of .adet* II :.00 a year, and thi* Is In creased J*o e.vh >*"*r until a salary of |;.100 Is reached In grade schools In high schools, the sal tries under the n>*w schedule range from Il.tZO, Increasing 160 a year, to 12.400 The teaching staff In the public schools will be Increased by about 100 with the new term. The present staff Is 1,5»0 teachers. THE VERSATILE APPLE "An apple a day keep* the doctor away " Tough on the doctor but how economical for us! The food value, the medicinal value, the many way* of serving, as well as the abundant** and compara tive cheapness of apples given them a place no other fruit can OIL A* to their food value They eon tain five calories of protein, ten of fat and 105 of carbohydrates They are an excellent ballast and mineral food, wherein lie* their Inhoepltallty to the doctor. App'.ea con tun lime, essential to '!lc»«uon. and Iron, necesniry to the work of the red blood corpuscles A century ago apples and nuts were served as refreshments. This Is a fine combination, as the bulk «f the apple satisfies the appetite and prevents the eating of too many nuts which are hard to digest. t'«e *pplea as a brraktaflt fruit, baked, or Just apple*. V*e them in ■Alice with pork, fried an an extra vegetable, in fritters as a luncheon dftih. in salad* and In desserts. F.iport sale* of I'. H. copper dar ing last March vers <J.O«O 000 pound*. Tm |>ases no woman een uiiOM & hjes • i S@iM@ style No. 8b —The Star'* snapshots of attractively drrssrd women on Seattle streets —Photo by Crr*s-DaU. Fashion has sponsored the vogue of short a* well as lonjj coats for this seaaon. Pictured here is a ver>' attractive model, cut with a moderate flare. It is belted and has con trasting collar and cuffs. The fur collar is detachable. An undeniably pretty Pekin-rolored hat, of the up-turned variety, is worn with this coat. DAISY HENRY. If the laity pictured lirre will ca U at The Star's editorial rooms, she »w pereise two tickets t» "The I1|»s of Pan." • delightful (umrsty druna, at (hp W ilke*. TaMondl E®ok M@^e©ws WHITE SHADOWS IN THE SOI Til SKAfi. by I rederlck O Hrlen. —This is a book of travel that Is a* exciting as a novel of adventura. one of the few bonks of description that really describes. NOW IT CAN BE TOIJI. by Philip Gibbs.—Tho*e who r«*d this war cor respondent's "stories" during the war will welcome his "Inside stuff," now that ths ve|| of censorship has been lifted. MARY MARIE, by Kleanor II Por ter—Tha sutHJt> of this book I* "The Sunbeam Girl." Another great contribution to the jelly bean achool of literature. BftW'HMR THE BOI'ND, by Thorn tDti W. Burgess—Utile readers of The Star are sure to like this latest of the papular "Green Meadow Series " AS YOI W'KRK. BILL, by Edward Streetrr.—"Here Mable's" Bill a t home In civilian life, a simple citizen —and stmplsr than ever! Further letters of the whose Intimate correspondence convulsed the nation during the war. THE BOOK OF WHAN, by I>ee Wilson Dodd.—A charming little ro mance, done In an Individual and In triguing style. SIIAKKSPEARE'S R E V E L \ TIONS. by Shakespeare's Spirit.— Poor Old fill] This Is the final In suit! FEDERAL POWER, by Henry Litchfield West—A well written vol ume. showing the steady drift of the United States toward centralization of government -toward bureaucracy. TIIK RIMING TIDE OF (OUIII AGAINHT WHITE WORLD-SU PREMACY, by lyithrop Stoddard rw> you remember the stir caused by Professor I'sher's "Pan Ormanlsni." Mak e Dancers mm j mrthod—" you ry Mf— aak any your Mfnia. Take your flnlH *7& fIEI|M^B l< mod mm and you ran hate lolm of fun Moaday at lli# donee I che for mj pupil* —I prorld* flor daarluac pnrUiera for joii to praefleo wllh. TKJ* tke proper way ■et ■cqUMlnled nllh aire folk* anil ael \ Ike mmmt enjoyminl I'rhale leaaaaa 10 a. m. la IO p. m. MM* 111 l If*IIT . ICOI I aurlk. f or. fine I'hour Main 11272 * ' -'•'•m-JB TTIK SEATTLE STAR published Just before the war began? Read this volume on the Oriental menace von may be ahead of the times again! LIKE OF MRS ROIIKRT I.OIIS STEA KNKON, by Nellie Van de r.rlft Sanchez Roost on Sunday, cold meat on Monday, hash on Wednes day, meat tialls on Thursday, "chick en" cr«xjuettes on Friday, and tha life of Mrs llolwrt Louis Stevenson on Saturday' THE MYSTERY AT THE BLI'K YIM.A, by Melville I>avlsson Post.— Colorful and e*cliing romance by • man who has mastered the Instru ments of his craft BEDOriNS, hv James G. Huneker Full of llutiek' rian gusto, this voP um« almost succeeds In making Mary Garden out an artist! STORM COINTRT POI.LY, bv Grace Miller White.—The soul stir ring romance of Polly, crude and un taught, but lovely (of course) In face and fine in spirit. The book prob ably will be turni-d Into a moving pic ture scenario, proving once more that the movie* is where all the bad books go when they cease to be best sellers. THE GOLDEN WHALES OE CALIFORNIA, by Vachcl Lindsay.— A volume of Interesting Verse by a peculiarly Am<rl<an port. Poetry In terms of Jazz; harmony In terms of the big bass drum. Not Infrequently Lindsay strikes an authentic note, at all times he Is worth reading. ADDITIONAL VENIRE of ir> Jurors wits drawn In the United States district court Friday. They are to report May 25. » MRS. ALICE sprague music teacher, died Friday at her home, 2507 Roy st. The body Is ut the Butterworth establishment. ITALIAN C.KAN I) OP Ell A COMING Tit THE MET A Ki ■trul opera orßnnluitlon with oul » conductor would br like it nlil|> without a iitptitln. The Honor* 11* linn Gran d Opara company, which la to opan It* r n g* K* mcnt at tli* M«-l r«tK>IIMn thruira, Thurartay ava nln«, May 27. for thr«« duya, U particularly for turmt» tn having ■a director of Ita or«h«atra. iKmtcla I>*l i'»» t kilo, who »»« fi>r two yaara di rector for the porrlaaa Tatnut _ , , »lnl, and alao a Hprnn Caafel d|rM . lor , h . Metropolitan Opera bou«*. New Turk City, under Polaco. o|>*r» lov*r* of Krattl* ha** linn look In* fnn»«ri| wllh fxpvcutnry to th« oprnlng of th» grand oprru »«i ■on. ICaprotally miuiy ar* anticipat ing wllh plrimuro U>» forUnurnJng prrfoiMM of lUgoUtto, »h«r<-ln i:ju irilo Lrjaraxu alnga and art* Uif title rc>l«. The re|*>rtolre ef the Honor* I<al Inn Grand (ipcrt company conalata of ■ daun utandard opera* ami they carry complete rottumra and arenery for each une Tha opera* to be pre ■en ted by thla talented croup of art lata during Uirlr engagement are a« follow*: Tnurialay evening, May 27, "Rlgo letto.~ Friday evening. May 21. "11 Trova tore " Knttirdny matin**. May l», "LmJa I>t I j»mniTnioor " N*tur<tjiy evening. May It. "Cava! let u KunUrtina" «nd "racliaocl." • • • WILKES TO PRESENT LIVELY COMEDY Hurting with a matinee Hund.»y the Wllkea I1l)«rf will offer Kdward 'antoua Mnwdway r a m « d r hit of 1/I*l IMMD, "ThC rii>«» of rin," which ran for on« eolld y«ar at 'he lluUon tha atra in New York to apltndld biMto*—. Tha Idea of the play la (hat n"«r and acin tha Mo| of Toulh oalla to aobor Crown • upa and tempt* them to play at being young, to dan-*# /Toward fla«rH ,n *'»»«•»«• and to aelae onre mora for a moment the Ilomanca of Taaterday. John lledford. a portrait painter and wldow«T. Ret* the call uf ran with the reeult that In buratlng all the conventional method* of a» rtaty to anawer It he grta hlm»e|f Into a itirM of trouble that will pro * Ide wholeaome amuarment for the audience Jar.e Morgan and Alexia t.u-e will head the Wllkea I'layera In thla aplendld offering, while the remain der of the oaat will all have tin portant parta. MUSIC A L OFFERINGS FEATURED AT LEVY'S "I'P In Room" will b* th» offrflng of thr l«»vy'» Mualral Com»<ly company at !.»vy'» Orph»um for » w*k atari Ins with a mat! nw today. Th» offering I* one that la built for laughing pur poaea alon*. Klov Ward, ha I lat nitntrww. haa arrangM a num ber of alnborat*. a» »'ll aa apc<- tarular, musical effrrlnga In which thi> larg» rhoru* will ap pear to a *pl«n did advantage. I.»w Whit*, lit- brew romedlnn. will be *een In the main ronmdjr role of lh® offerln* It fart he will np pe*r in two romedy role* a* In the offering thl* »wh he will be »een In lh* purl <>f "Kablhbl* the million aire" and uUo n« u rriuy man. who la the emct duplicate of hlmxelf Onrar 'Jerurd will have the opposite fun rolr to While a* the owner of the large hftlel which will furm (hp aeltlng for the uplendld offering There will br a hi# nml unusual offering In thi< musical line In which the Klrla will ail have Individual muelcal offering* wlille Walter Orwuui and Murjorle Vav will ac company them on two baby grand piano* placed on the utage. DAVY JONES' LOCKER MOVTII OF THAMES Davy .lone*' lacker I* not Indicated on any map. However, the *pot that I* popularly known by that name 1* the Kentish Knock at the mouth of the Thame* river. It I* a veritable death Imp. no numerous have been the* wreck*. THE OLD GARDENER SAYS Many garden makers have never eaten Hrua*el* *prouta. They are among the rnont pulat able of all garden vegetables. In appearance they reutmblc nilnla turc cabbage*. Tin* resemblance to oablmgcM extends to the flu vor am well, alt ho It I* very mild. If you want to try i«ome thin year buy started plants and wet them out In row* two feet apart. He aure that the root* do not dry out and plant them where the ground 1h ait rich a* It tan he made. A little nitrate of fin<l;i or bone meal stirred Into the ■oil, after the plant* have bMn set, will help to push them along You may have to flfht cabbage wormn. but they aie not difficult to combat. PASTAGES FEA TURKS MKI/)I)RA MA TIC SKIT "Thunder Mountain." produced for vaudeville li* l-.ing.lon MrCnr mirk, wlinrd of ncenlc effect*. will I# rvie of til* headline Ulrac j U«m» on the m » , bill ut the l'»n lutcn beicliinlrig neat Monday ma 11 ii •e. V"- j C'ormlck wm tha j producer of "The 1 Mtorrn," "The j Koteat Fire" and ' "On the High K«aa "* "Thunder Maun tain" I* n ;<id to be til* equal of liny of tlicm. The com ; l«iny l« headed „„ „ by Charlea Ftai t «a* Qreen* Ann Hamilton. • "Uroadway Kchoee" I* another headline offering. f*o»«—<l ot harmony and pep, the melange of elwrlng. comedy and danrlnir I* of fered by a company of three men j and aeven pretty glrla. gorgeoucly ooatumed Mal*e| Harper la known aa The Funlwram of Vaudeville" and with her company will offer a anappy re view of eonga. chatter and d*lictng Walter Wlnchell and Itlta Greene ar« aajd to have it delightful rouwlcal comedy «klt called "Puppy I*ove " and ftterllng. a man and a maid, will preaent "KroHcaoroe Kul- Ilea." dascers'top new PALACE HIP PILL In tha new bill which will open at l«oew'n I'tlmw lllp tomorrow In prornlaed a vnuj< vlll» combination "d» luir.'i Frank and Mill* llufhm hejid lh» bill with a clever <law-lnc act Thl* dainty couple ar* following In the footNtepa of their ol*brtlM broth •r. J. J. It UK lira. of the tram of Ad* I a Id* and lluihoa. for the p*at fir# yearn featured with th* New Tork Winter Garden Phow*. A breezy ilory of Bcotrh Uau* HU o Kcm I|f# , n tltlad "Bandy'a Wedding Preaent " 1* the vehicle In which Stuart Black and company will be «een. "Three of a Kind" la the billing for a trio of Jovial young men who ar* Mid to be master* of harmonization C. W. Wilbur and Lillian L.yka In a p*tt»r and rone *klt ar» atylrd "fha long and ahort of It" for h<- la ovr alt fe*l toll and tha U<l> und»r five f«*t_ I'bll I>avia In a blarjcface comr dlan. Ktrn and Mab*l Auatin aj> |>»ur an ihf country "»llrk»r" and hi* Pla Ilopkln* companion In a vai led (kit calkd "Hop* You Like It." J. Warren Kerrigan In starred In the feature photoplay, "The Dream Cheater." • • • Kaymond Hitchcock will be the attraction at the Metropolitan the aire for the week starting Sunday, May 10, In hi* latest Brdhdway sue cesa. "IlltchyKoo of 1J1» " Mr. Hitchcock la bringing the name splendid musical organisation that supi>orted liim In hi* long and sue cewtful run on Broadway last aeaaon. •• • i The flirt theatrical performance In Chicago waa given In 1*1"?, In a theatre controlled by Deun and Mc Klnley. The fir.-<t Chicago theatre worthy of the name wua opened 10 yeara later. e • e The prohibition question. which seems to be bothering lota of people, might be answered satisfactorily by some of the old timers who remember the production, "A Temperance Town," produced In New York on September 18. 1*94. This play was by Charles Hoyt • • e Coming direct fr>*n Its triumphs In New York. Chicago and Boston, the New York Winter Oarden's most popular revue, "The Passing Show," will play a five days' engagement at the Metropolitan beginning Tuesday evening, June K. refri<;erato~r~ SHOULD HAVE THORO CLEANSING One should clean TV - refrigerator at least once it week. Take everything out. Wash the racks In hot soup suds, rinse them in boiling water and put them out to su*i Do the rets of the refrigerator the same way, only add bora* In the hot suds and In the first rinsing water. The hotter the water the better. For the second rinsing, clear, boil ing water Is the best and by using a whisk broom, kept for the purpose, there's no danger of scalding one's self. Dry the Interior with a clean cloth and let the whole refrigerator nlr for an hour, or until the Iceman comos. Particular car* should be given the drain pipe. Flush It thoroly wltth the three waters. Skilled Optical Service Good Glasses $5.00 $7.50 *lO.OO DR. E. 0. MANN .10.19 Arcade Building MOORE HAS A r ITRACTIVE BILL; OODLES OF PREITY GIRLIES Zella Ingraham, a rlaivti/ little song and donee artist, will appear at the Moore this coming week with her partner, George Fox. BO I'll Wr. I.V BROWNE. The Drown* Sinter* and Browne'a Twenty California Hathlng Beauties will be the Orpheum circuit headliner at the Moore for the week atartlng to morrow. Browne la one of the bent known actor* In vaudeville and la a p»er at hi* line of amusement. The llrowna Bister* are wonderful dune era and the bathing beaut lea bave been recruited from the film factor tea, auch aa Bennett'*, the Kox Hun *hlne comedies and the Vitagraph beauty aquad , Another stellar attraction will be the offering of IJo>d arid Crouch, METROPOLITAN rnMIMC MAY 27-28-29 VVlVlinil WITH MAT. SATURDAY I SONORA I ITALIAN I GRAND OPERA I COMPANY THE BIG ( AST OF ARTISTS INCLUDES BEATRICE PIZZORNI CARLOS MEJIA CONSULCO MEDINA EDUARDO LEJARAZU SPERIA CASTEL SOTO-MAYO FRANCISCO CRUZ • ROSA DI CARLI ENRIQUITA PALMA ALFREDO GRAZLANI Tllrll«nAT RYKNIXti. MAY 3T—"RIttOI.KTTO" FRIDAY FARMING. MAY —"11. THOYATORR— SATIRIIAY M ATI HKK, HAY »—•ltflA D* 1. AM MICH MOOR" DATt RDAY RVRNIMG. MAY »- TAVAIXKHIA lIfSTICA\A." -I PAtiMACCI" »ri.i.\i)ii) i iioiii —At <;mi-.\tk.o orchrvtra ICiKACIO DRI. 4'AHTIM.O. COXDICTOR SEATS OH SALE MONDAY BATI*HI)AY MATINEE: KmiXGS. l.*l nn - tl Kfi Floor 12 oft I loor 11.50 lialcony. « rows SI.SO Balcony ... $l.OO I'alcony. 6 rows $lOO Gallery. 5 rows 75c ftftJlery 75c (iallery, 5 rows 50c l*lu» War Tax COMING WEEK STARTING SUNDAY, MAY 30th A NATIONAL. NECESSITY H RAYMOND n itchcocK. In His latest, liveliest and Liveliest Musical Revue HITCHY K00—1919 Tlilril of Series aixl Beat—First Time Here 100 ENTERTAINERS—CHORUS OF 40 UNDER 20 Rvery big personality and decorative detail of the famous New York produitlon. with enlarged orchestra. N B Join Seattle* greeting Sunday evening. May SO. at The Metropolitan to the most interesting, entertaining and popular funmaker on the American stage. . THICKS: Evening*. 50c to 13.00. Wednesday Matinee, SAe to ft. (Saturday Matinee, 50c to sl.s#. Pitta Tax. MAIL ORDERS NOW. PAGE 11 * ' called '"Two Southern Oentlemen." George Fox and Zella In graham will deluge Moore patron* with "SonM Shower*" It la a combination ot mualc and mirth. Fox ha* the mirth and Misa 1 riffniham poura out tb« songs. Tex a * and Walker. Ju*t from a New Mexican cattle ranch, will demon strate what wonderful thing* can b* don* with ropea and whip*. Margaret McKee will b»* no»el en tertainment on the bill. In addition I to warbling classics and popular ae lection*. Ml** McKee imitate* mora j than fO varieties of bird*.