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§/Ksy Kj HHiia vil^ P YOU KID YOURSELF? IT'S AN CIENT PROFESSION AND ST OF US TAKE OUT DEGREES, INKS A READER ItY CYNTHIA GREY Dear Miss Grey: I* have been a mighty interested spec tator of your little corner show for several years—ever Mn« 1 came out West. It really is a show—a parade (round where humans who aire afflicted, or who kid them selves that they are, reveal their innermost souls to the World under the of fictitious names. I have never written anything for your columns before, but now the spirit has moved me and I am about to break forth with an essay on "kidding." I do not urge you. Or even ask you to print it. Being a sort of modest person, I do not wish to inflict myself uj>on anyone; but these thoughts came to me one evening recently after I had read your column and I thought they might in a small jny be of benefit to some one: o you "kid' yourself? Do you tell yourself that you never had a chance; that JWO aren't appreciated at the shop; that it isn't your fault but the fault of cireumstances that you aren't a success; that you are always right; that the man who doesn't think the way you do has something wrong with his head that prevents him from seeing your point of view? Do you tell yourself fairy tales of that sort? '• If yoq do, you are "kiddinb' yourself. Soma wise man once said that if we were as lenient with others as we are with ourselves, the millennium would be nearer by several million years. Be might also have said that if we were as unrelenting fal OW judgment of ourselves as we are of others there Would be more commemorative monuments erected. "Kidding" ourselves is a profession in which most of ;«• attain considerable proficiency. 1 Old Adam took out the first master's diploma in the •ovraa when he blamed his wife for losing the old home stead. rather than putting the blame where it rightly be hlwd en his unbridled appetite for apples. And) as Adam's heirs and imitators, we have been keep ing the ancient profession alive ever since. When you "kid" the other fellow he may wake up and And from other sources that he has been an easy victim. But "kidding" yourself is just like stealing money from year own toy bank. You can't even report it to the police. Leant to talk back to yourself; learn to call yourself a ■lacker and a coward; learn to tell yourself in plain Eng lish jut what you think of yourself—what a cheater jroa art- what a whiner. » Ym might not be on speaking -terms with yourself after «M of these sessions, but it will end like mosj lovers' quanab should end—there'll be a wholesome understanding and you 11 be better pals than ever. JUST A WORKING MAN. Tkmka for your contribution. I think it i* just fine, and t top* "the spirit" will move you to write again. ■ Dmt MOm Orwy. Mar I writ* * M wmH» to -w a o-t w f k*Mt a Ma, wall liked by all Vlt Iw* him. who divorced his wMi mm 4 hter narrt*d a girl from ■Wttir atau. flb* believed his Mmr. |W aIM tailing bar h* wished fern!, ate. [ Thm year* hlir aha ebanoed to VMt t|M dtr wb*re hla former wtf* Milt. fcnl bar a lonely woman 'WMfI I* support haraalf and aon. aM poattiva proof ha had IS-W4 h*r to obtain Iha dlvoro*. iha nan latar tlvmcnl alia No. 1 •■I aow haa marrtad the third. I iBMNT wtfa No. I, and he had no raa ■Kß ta divorce bar. but bams a bwrar MMMged It qolatly. (I kpaw a coupla marrtad a f*w WQtHIS Sba workad and alao kapt bMMM, but wh*n*ver soma lit 11* trifle d*e»leased bar bushand. he beat bar. aa Ob* loft and ta-plan nine to dlvoroa Mm, fd b« ia wall Ukad and haa tha ytlhir of bis friend*. especially I an not presuming ta advise, hut II Is Wall to know both stdaa In ot iHart*. and perhaps If ~W. 8 bUstendfeet MMm |» iirtHnf wtterthan Retinol OfaftMnL It relievcit jt hut. dry ten ■gtion and (iftily kcalthe dialed and Mattered tpota. Fatheihe feet in hot f«r befora »pplying he ointment VjMcribad by phyairian lor ccicma, anOatailar akin troubles. AttUdnn^, Resinol DCN'T MISS THE BIG PICNIC Golden Gardens Sunday, >ugust 1 Dancing Afternoon and Evening Every Suday family Picnicker* Invited—Ftat Beach in the City Best Dance Floor in the County Refreshments Served. TAKE BAIXARD (AH NO. 23 Autos Drive I>eary Avenue Bo<evard to 32nd N. W. and follow 32nd N. VV4,o Grounds. WARREN ANDERSON'S POPULAR ORCHESTRA Admiasion to Free. For Information Call bliard 431. VmAT do YOU vv think? Writ® Cyn thia Grey, care of The Seattle Star. Q " take* her Blbla and leads Mark. Chapter JO. Vara** si and all. It may explain her unnmr oonaetenew. EXPECT ISO CKITICIHSL e a a ! "Uncle Tom" Writes i to "A Woman" De«r Ml** Orey; In anaw*rtn* "A Woman" and liar question: "J* the world never wall lost for kmr Hha relate* her trouble* by asking whether ah* ahould marry a man who lovaa her and whom she doe* not lav*; or shall ab* «tv* herself to a man who loves her and whom ah* lovea. but who rwqnot mfirry her. I would aay to her: Neither marry nor aacrl/lce yourself and the aacred nfcu-riage vows to a man you do not | love, and above all, do not (five your -1 self to a man who won't or can't marry you from any cause For lov* and th* sacred marriage vow cannot compromise with anyone a Inability to fulfill thrm. Jewels come ! high. and the libertln* who would talcs advantage of your lov* and Just "take you" will *ooner or later con sider you too cheap. The world Is never lost for love; but the world will haunt you to your last day If you outran* love, and If after a night of maudlin outrage of lov* you commit suicide, thsn you have lost the world. You must be an attractive woman of congenial personality, hence the desperate straits of a plurality of admirers. Pay, little woman, you Just stake off another claim, and 1U wager you'll strike It richer than either of the two you are now hold ing In your life, for I think there la aomethlng the matter *,'lth a man who could not attrant a woman of your peraonallty. and I think there Is mor* the matter With the man who would take advantage of your great love and Just come and take you away, where? Ah. Just to love's funeral. UNCUS TOM. NKW ORI..ISANH. American, Hugar Raflnlng Co. tanker Dulclno held In SI,M>O 080 ball by federal prohibition agent*. ft U alleged that 41 caeea of whlaky war* dia covered on the veeseL "ColornM* Onto"—Aogustfns A Krmr —Ad*. Tm) pages no woman can afiftrfto miss SsiffiHl® Sfefe No. 14.1 —The Star's snapshots of attractively drcssed women on Seattle streets ■—PKoto by Crem-Dalr. A navy blue tricotine suit with turnback cuffs and a novel ty lining of pussywillow taffeta makes this smurt street cos tume. A hand-made white voile blouse is worn with it and a hat of guld-colorcd metallic cloth. Navy blue cloc?*t d hose, bow-tied oxfords and a beaded bajr complete the outfit. If lit* lad* pictured here will rail si The Klar's nlllwW moM ah# will ntriva !*• liduta la Uw Orptirum vuidrtllb iliow M lb« Mour* theatre. Tiwtet'i styl* pWir* wa* *f MW SUM Haneon, 4*7 11 Ui m V Decorative Bandeau of White Satin BY TOKA MOOKB Vne Yark'i Fashion Authority Fashion aeem* to tx> taking all aorta of Interest in our welfare Din* <Uya aa well a* In our personal sp pe»rance. Here In s new bodl re—or bandeau—or camisole— whichever you choose to iruke It. In f»M fart. It 1« a braaeler* made of a heavy »»tin, Instead of routll, or whatever It la that goe* Into the common variety of brassteraa. Thla on* la or»amy white, wltii tha little bone* In It. and all. Aero** tha front la a section of softly draped satin that fastens blind ly under tha arm, and then there arn shoulder atra|>a of artificial flowers on a satin l*ind. The bandeau Itaelf may be worn aj> a corsage or It may be worn as an under-bodlce with the decorative front disclosed aa a vest. Sometime* a man tmaginra he t* nuiklng love to a widow. ' Vive to ant at Boldfe.*—Adv. Woman and Big Potato Baked in Oven - as Companions, at 350 Degrees F. A Down of Or. Ix»ighnry'» I'allrnU \Vilnr«a flultinc—All Innklrd on Kxling Portion of I'nUlt, Kach Vouching fur l>r. I/Oiifhney aa a linker—Hotalw, Kxtra Mm, lliil.nl to |'i rfrcllon—Meuly uid IMlHnua. RIIKt'MATISM DIUrrKAM Mr*. A. M. Nordstrom, of K'rk land, Wn„ U a woman who under went novel experience; declare* Hu gi.in Hake Oven In (iod»end to «gf ferlng human kind. Mm. Nordstrom write* a* follow* "Kor more tluin a year I have been a constant eufferer from Rheuma tlxm and chronic Neurltl*. My nrmn wt re no painful I could not lift one pound at time*. I miffered severely I have Dr. Isiuiclinfy'* plan of curu live eating and III* wonderful Human Hake Oven treatment* to thank for my quick recovery. Tfce bake* are pleasant \p take ami wonderfully (leunalnx and refreshing. My ach«* . and palna disappeared like maiete. I 'run recommend to my 'rlends very highly. I am entirely recovered and feel Just splendid. MltH. A. M. NORDHTROM, Kirk land', Wn, NOTK Take ferry at Madlnon park to Klrkland, Wa*h., nnd walk lliree block* to the right, or phone Ited 621, and auto will meet you. !>r. I.ouehri'y'a hour* at hi* Kirk land I' nilurlum ate 1 p. tn. to H p. in. dally, Munday* Included. Chronic art lull Ik, neurltl* and kin dred Invalid ca*e* especially solicit ed. Lady uurutm lu aU«uU*m,«. FUDGE CAKE I cup* Ughi brown ntir H nip melted hatter U call* (I squares) (hsrnlaie ! acta S rup war mflk 1 rupe floor H etip boiling water 1 leiap>«n tuillla H U>a*|most sail 1 Uv|s*n soda Cream butter ai>d rugar fltlr In melted chocolate Add eggs, not beaten. 111. AT th* batter. Add milk, ml* In Hour, add water, vanil la. anlt. I>lasolv* soda In a little oold water and add. ' I'our Into but tered an I floured cake pans and bake in a moderate oven about 40 minutes This will make two square eight-Inch layers two inche* thick, or thiee round layer*. RICE CROQUETTES. '4 rup rice "4 nip boiling Watrr 1 1 1 < up srahtrd milk 1 Usapoou salt I egg I taiilenpoon butter Wish rioe. add to walor and salt, cover and steam until rlc* haa ab ■orlied water, Add milk, stir care fully with a fork and ileum until rloe la soft. Remove from fire, add well beaten egg and butter Hpreud on a plate to cool. Whan cool shape Mo halls, roll In oraoker or dried bread crumbs, dtp In egg and roll again In crumbs. Try In deep fat. Llrain on haavy paper. PI.FAIHNO OI II.TV to violation of tin national prohibition law, L. K Defoe J. Curley im.l JW. Wright *fr« f i ned J25 each by Federal Judge Frank H. Rudkin. PARIS -Mrp. O«orge Ogllvy Halg, of Ixnilon, formerly Mlh Charlotte Astm*. d<ad. MUM. A. M. NOltll.M'lMl.vi Seattle Office Hour*—ljr. I.oukli ney can l>e aeen pernonally dally from H a m. to 12 lift ft m . at the Hotel Oongrexa, corner Fourth Ave and Marl m Ht., H'attle, Wanh. Have l(r. I.ouithney make a pultu- Ukiug Uiwuuuia ul your uurn. THE SEATTLE STAR Gfflfesiotisofaßride L (Copyright 15BQ. by Hif/Ntuflpa.perEntapi^Agon&hon) M THE BOOK OF ANtf I FIND IT MIGHTY HARD TO' MATCH FLOW ERS AND FOOD For Ann'a vUltora. Midget and Oorlnne Caryl. I |nv< an informal luncheon at toy own houM. Mother Unmir miga. ami Chrys aa wall aa Ann and her mother, Mrs. UesL I to lot Japliy, the lull emer, have hla way about decorat inn the rooms, bat I discovered. to fny dismay, iliat ha had a rnoM lavtah way of doing thlnae for Mrs. lt"b l.orlinar. Nothing in hla an cred gvdwm waa too food fur the ocoaalon. lie suggested hla IMee — the blossoms fruin hla previous Iro ported hull*, ao difficult to obtain thla year Hut I knew that ha would out ao many of them that their odor would take tha taste out of the aoutv ao I suggested the flowers from hla blue garden and nothing bu( blua. It didn't seem to me that Jappy could heap too many of that eool eolor In my rootna. And I un packed my choice blue Copenhagen dlshsa, and then had all kinds of trouble planning a "white" menu which would look wail when served on the blus china. "We are seven!" Chrya announced after we were seated at my narrow refectory table. "And I'll bet Ann'a gorgeous new dgaret caw the beau ty llot> gave her—that there are sev en different political convictions around this board'"" "You're wrung. Ml us Lortmer' Onty all'" said Cortnna CaryL "I haven't the vestige of a political opinion. 1 do not inUnd to vole— positively never'" "An antl?" queried fhrym. "No, Miss lx> rimer I'm neither for nor against I simply do not oar* U> vote. Thai's all'" Chrye laughed. but qolt* agree •bly, as she aald: "Now. that ts Just exactly what some other clever women are aa y ing. Mum Cary l. They do not see that very thing they call thsir 'nru trallty' is of Itself a political con vtetionl If yt>u do not vote. Miss Caryl you are so much dead weight Causes and Treatment of Heat-Stroke U««Mtae« nf harnlth. MMllt«4)M. hfg'rmm, m 111 hm »aa«MMI It Ml l« htformsliuß lw>tMflmrp|, |*. % |*«t» lie HmJtti *4T%tr*>. ft. C. The term but sirvfce i* now used to 4«io<« Hi* nrlwa manifestation* which mmrUmx foUuw upoiuni to intense uUf or artlft<9al beat. Tho»r who vi employed In hot or clone apartment* where the JUr la Impure as In mltie* and In the fir* rooms of ■leamrra. ax* particularly liable to be affected by heat strolta. Heatstroke does not always velup abruptly, nor doea It teener illy occur at the beginning of the heated term, but usually after the hoi weather ha* persisted for two or three day*. There are certain symptoms which indicate the ■ proach of this affection and ahould I l>e recognised aa a warning, via., an Irritable and depressed condition, headache, congestion of the eye*, flushing of Uie face, dryness of the akin and sometime* nausea. I'nle.ia the person affected aeek* relief, the symptoms Just enumerated may' be followed by mora serious ona*. aji delirium, convulsion* and uncon- M-iou«nr«a. In thl« connection the temperature of ill* body ha* been known to ri*e to 101 degree* to 110 degrees Fahrenheit—normal tem perature bring 88 6 degrn-a. The pu pil* ar* generally dilated, although rometime* contracted. The pula* at first i« strong a%i rapid. but sub se<|uentiy become* weak. I>eath may (H-rur suddenly In oon*e<iurnce of the action of the high temperature up on the nerve centers, or at a later period a* the reault of exhaustion. A large percentage of those who recov er from the Immediate effect of heatstroke subsequently suffer from «nm« temporary or perma nent affection of Ui* nervous sys tem. Treatment- There ore two Impor tant Indications for treatment: re duction of temperature and the use of stimulant*. The use of mid is regarded a* the best method of meeting the first indication, and the manner of It* application depend* upon the facilities at hand. The pa tient should bo removed to a cooler spot If posHlble, or at l«a*t where shade can he secured, or If a per Hon succumb* In a place where the ventilation '« defective, in addition to the heat, he should be carried Into tho fresh air. The treatment should be begun at once. Effort* ure often made to take the patient home, which may Involve oonslderahi* time and cause still further exhaustion. The clothing about the neck and body must fcither be removed or loosened. Cold 1* particularly indi cated in caaes where the body Is greatly heated and delirium and con- ; vulalve movement! are present. Thl* | mean* of reducing the temperature | may he applied by cracked Ice about ! the Ih u(J and spine, or by cold water I by mean* of a sponge, sprinkling ' pot, or hose, the pressure being care- ' fully regulated. However, a good 1 plan I* to remove the clothing and -pongs thn body with cold water nt frequent intervals In extreme case* j it may be necessary to wrap the patient In *hects wet with cold wa-1 ter. Tho sheet* are lo be kept wet by j frequently pouring water over them j while on tiie body until conscious 1 ness return* or there is evidence of marked fall of temperature. After the cold ha* been discontinued, i should serious symptoms such as un consciousness or a return of the previous high temperature occur, the cohl uppllc-allon* should he repeated. NWW YORK—Fred Olnwaon. |tn rax" employe, Indicted by grand Jury for alleged u»e of mails to d<- fraud. Clawaon la Maid to have or aanlznd the Amerlran-4!aiiadian cor pr,ration, a alilpplnK concern, reprn venting that he »«« harked by wealthy people and liuil JjU,UOO.OOD wurtii ut cuouauia. to your state, to yotir community— a person to be legislated for, by others." "Miss Caryl Isn't going to be lone, some." said Mother l/orlmer. "I'm afraid a great many women will neglect to use Uie liallot tills fall. "The havs already found a few who will not fall." I wild. "I've read that I'Mi,oo4 women speakrra from ail walks of Ufa WIU take tiie stump this fall to supi>ort one or another of tbe prcaal* riUat candidates!" "WUI all of thorn be queried Innoceut Ann. When tbe chorus of ogr laughter had subsided alio went on with her pretty pout: "Well, you See. Alexandra Car lisle made one of the nominating Hpeechss in Chicago, and Ixetta Jew ell Hrowu wna booked for the Man i ranclsno convention." "Women have learned a lot when they have found out that It takes experience and training to make a telling public speech. I've tried It. you know, In the war hand drives There's an art In It—and no eugy ons to acquire! The slag* women certainly excel in It." "hrys, why don't yoo tell the girl* that you've been Invited to tour the country aa a campaign a peak erT" askod mother. "Heoause I am not going to ao cept," aald Chrys. "I can do my best work by using sll tha money d*<ldy will give US girls to get out the vol Ing woman right here In my home town" "You mean to help organtoe a na tlonal woman'a party 7" asked Mid get. "Certainly not that, my dear. I me.in to convert the women who think )u*t like Miss Caryl floes " "Why- don't you believe In a wom an's partyT" asked the younger girl with the romt>oeure of one whose opinions are based or, prejudice. (To be rontlnued.l FRYING GREASE Thara la much to be aaid In favor of d**p fat frying. Contrary to com mon belief. It la not expriiatv*. food* ao cooked are not Indigestible and tha amount of fat absorbed la not aa treat aa In pan frying. The necrst of euconssful cooking In deep fat Is to have the fat at tha proper temperature. The Idefl way to do thla Is \a have a fat thermome ter. These thermometers ara not pro hiblUve in price and are very aa.Ua factory. Hut if one do** pot ear* ta Irrveet In a thermometer tha old fashioned way of iMUni Cat will answer, pro vided one la palnatakln*. Wben the fat begin* 1o smoke, drop In an Inch cul>e of bread from the aoft part of the loaf. if in 40 aaoonda tha bread la golden brown the fat la the right tem perature for frying any cooked mix ture such as croquette*. Kor un cooked mixtures the brand ahould brown In AO seconds. All fried foods should be drained an heavy brown paper when removed fruin fat. OKVKVA.—EIIas Itlggs Montfort. former commander In-cblef of the O A ft., dead. Just Eat, Sleep and Work That la all that some people do. i They an> deprived of ail thr higher thing* in Hfo. all the plnttsurns and Joys of exlatenca bccjtuj>« 111 hualth has robbed Until of their efficiency and ordinary dutlea now take ho much llnie that thorn la no oppor tunity for rvlaxation and aocial pie*»- urea. Are you Ilk* that? If you are, look Into your own cjwp and see If w« rry la not responsible for much of your trouble, He« If you do not fret over llUle things and seolrt when you could Jiihi as well be pleasant. The disorder which ieu»'a Ita vic tim* to worry whether they have anything to worry about or not la neurasthenia. It la the groat Ameri can disease. The patient la usually pale, allow ing that the blond la thin, and the first thing to do ia to build up the blood beotiiiac anything that liullda up the general health hclpa to cor rect the neurasthenia condition. Ilr. Williams' I'ink I'ills are an Ideal tonic for this condition because they are non alcoholic and neuras thenic patients should avoid alco holic stimulants. Write today to the Mr, Williams Medicine Co., Schenec tady, N. V.. for the hooklet, "Dis ease* of the Nervous System." con taining a special chapter on neu rasthenia. Your own druggist sells Ur. Williams' Pink Pills or they will be sent by mall, postpaid, on r»- oelpt of price, HO cents per bo*. Try a Cup of with sandwiches at the "United" store nearest you. United Tea A Coffee Stores liberty Mtfrkat 111 l ¥ ruler W>f Suutb K««l Market ■ SINGER'S MIDGETS EE A TV RE MQORE IULL Hlnt»r'* lh» worM'" Kroat •wt roni|>iiny vt mlnlilUN entartaln itr», coma to tha M«»rr for it wwk'a visit, starting to morrow. Thli Will give local theatregoers an opportunity of enjoying what In t<y all o<lrbi th« most unique pro duction In vsudo villa. If not In the entire field of amusement. It In a clrcua. an •xtravagunza, a musical comedy. Wild weat nhow, a vocal concert, an athletic exhi bition and a fashion show all M'tfla llrotmt In one and presented by to men and Women, the tallest of whom Is Vi Inches and the heaviest weighs less than (0 pounds. In addition to the M midgets there are 10 prancing ponies, two ele phants and It hunting dogs. Two sleepers and three baggage cars are required to transport the company, animal* and scenery. It would he difficult to exagger&ts the venallll'y of three tiny perform era, so broad la their range. Vol cos, dances, ennemlile number*—aoenery. down to ths smallest detail, nothing has been overlooked that could pos sibly enliaOu* U»s value of the per formance. The act we* stared by Nad Way burn, famous producer of elaborate musical comedies. The other Orplirum elmiH gets on the new bill Include Raymond Wylie and company. Hoy U I'aarl and com pany. Lillian Oonne and Bert Albert, the Minnas Hlutw and W" 1 Willa and Harold Browne. e e e BIG tIILL TO RE SHOWN AT HIP SUNDAY Tlx bill which will op*n at Lotm't Paint* Iflp Hunday, featurae the iuu»lc«l divrraion produced by Green waid * Herman, •nlilled "Havana bound." lUctwd Liwrmca la riven prominence In the coat a* • nut" comedian. Another man and half a dozen pretty and viva cloua girl*, head ed by a prima donna at charm, are announced in tha company. Erford • (Golden Whirl present* th r•• young women In th rul ing feat* In mid-1 faOmsi Mtnff air whll* euapandad by their teeth. ! liurt Adler provides an original mon nlnru* and new Idea*. Oene and Katherlne King promise "miles of smllaa" In connection with their comedy-talking, harmony-ting Ing combination. Making their first nppearanr* with an up to-date song and bright patter, MarUn and Klllott eventualy laps* Into dancing of th« soft shoe variety. 'The House of Toy*," the latest screen production. In which popular Reuna Owen ia aUrrrd. will be Uie feature photoplay offering. LEVY'S TO HA VE FINE SHOW SUNDAY "W ltd Wosnen" will be the offering of the Levy's Musical Comedy com pany at Levy's Orpheum for the weak, (tartlng with a nuilim today. The audi ence la iJi-omlawl a fa»t, merry of fcrin*. in which all the trouble come* about lie c a u a e Frank Hudd and Pcss Hill are Hocrvily married. Owar Oeranl will be aeen In th# main comedy role aa the friend of Frank Hudd, while Ted How land, aa the father, will ap- Clnrmr Citrari prair In a number of humoroun bits with Q«rnrd. Kuth Klchanls. Robert Ixircnao. PrtoclHa Klemmlnu, Kloy Ward urul A) ForbPo; who i* a ik w member to the company, and was formerly with Mark STinett. appear- In* In an Imiiortunt role In hla latest relianv, "Lft'i Go," will all have good ■upportlng parts. Two Butchers Sell Calves Under Age H. Sorren and I. Jacobson both butcher*. were arreated by oily health ofleera for aelllnj( meat of calves lean than four weeke old. auch meat being dwrnn) unfit for human ronaumptlon. They were released on $5O bail ami the meat confiscated. PANTAGESI Matinees, 2:30 Nights 7 and • I Beginning Tomorrow Matinee 'H SKASOND 81'RPRISE OPPKRINQ I ? "Thirty Pink Toes" ? I Something New Mid Funny I PRANK BTAPPORD AND NOODLES PAWN AND ■ COMPANY KU»IK ■ "A Hunter's (iame" Original PNriniaiM I JKAN BARRIOS AUBKA DUO I Boit| linprrastooa "A Night In the Viikan" B AUSXANDKR PANT AUKS PRBBKNTB I De Michel© Brothers I T»i OU)«l Mwieians and Conikn I "lt«> Qm't K— $> 'Km lip" J v pM*u<nw<y» Showing Anothtr Cowxjy "THIRTY PINK TOFS" PA NT AGES OFFERING "Thirty I'inU T'»n" !• Ih* headline offer-in* of th« n»-w bill at J boglnrilnic Monday mat Inaa. It la aal# t" ba one of tha moat noval ant*r> taJnm<-nla of Lha ymr. Alexander P»» tacae praaantt tha adrtad h*ad llna offering at tha bill In tha T)» Mlcbala liroih ara, two Italian boya, who offer a dallrhtful m» tlral and <-om«dy a«*t- Tha ronv b)nation of m» •leal Inat rumen ta nacd ta barp and violin. Frank Rtnfford On# of the prettlwt off'ring* la vaudeville l* "TTk- Hunter"* Game," pre»nl«l by Frank HUflord inl company. Thf company con*t»t# of Frank Stafford, htii attractlv# wlta an-1 two beautiful Better dog#. Noodl»a Kagln nmU little Intrsta* lion to Keattl# audience#. Ha ta al> ready well known and popular, anl with him will ramit hla dainty litUa daughter, Elate Kagio, and hla wife. Jean Mario# la a young PMM ponaeaaad of vole* and per*o(l*ll Or. who offer* #ong Impreaalona. The Alaaka Duo ar* nkater# wtia#a exhibition of trick and fancy ukatln# dtn-elop# both comedy and thrill#. The Pan ta«»-* cope will show a HV HarglU Lloyd comedy future. "GEORGIA MINSTRELS m COME TO MET SUNDAY One can go anywhere on thta cm* Unent and they win And there fa •ome one then* who know# of Ttao Kamou# Georgia Minstrel#." who come to the Metropolitan for on* week, commencing Sunday. Augtut 1, with ma'-lnee* Sunday, Wednesday and Saturday. The fact that they have been b#> fore the public continuously for St year* 1* evidence of their merit#, and It la a well known fact that they aiwaya give a bright upto-dat# mtn »tr#l performance, and while they change performer* from year to year, they can have the pick of the aolorad performer*, a# they know of it# re liability, and It la an honor to be with auch a well known attraction. BHH loews ■m PALACE mPJSP- Tonight—LAST TIMES— Maxine Dancer* SUNDAY MONDAY 11 MB AT WEDNESDAY Crackerjack New Slum of "Hip" Vaudeville GREENWALD A HERMAN Prwl "Havana Bound" A Na«tk*J Fwre With Richard Lawraxa Erford's Golden Whirl 11u CllnuLz In Aerial Art Gene and (Catherine Kinf "Mile# of Smile#" Burt Adler The Versatile Fun Maker Martin and Elliott Different Dance Doing# Feature Photoplay Seena Owen —IN— "The House of Toy** ADMISSION: Afternoons, Adult# Me Uiikkvai •*».». 13a K\ eniiigs, Sun (fa}# and Holiday#, We CJiildren FACE 9