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ISbplefe PRETTY DANCE AT GOLF CLUB FOR HOUSE GUESTS BY BEI'LAH MITCHELL COITTS Foi-irty IMtMr of I 'Mr *»<ir rnilß DANCR AT THR SRATTLR OoLF AM' COUNTRY Cl.rß given X last night by Mr and Mm O D Fl»her and Miik Irene Kiahar for their koUM guests. Mr. and Mri llonald OoodiM* Oraham awl Miss Julia Clark. | W a moat enjoyable affair. Autumn leaves In brilliant array l<«i a color-1 ful not* to the merry *c*ne *hff« one hundred and fifty of the youuger art danced thru the evening houm. Supper wa.i eerved at midnight In the gpaclou* living room A**l*tlng In the entertainment were Mr. and Mr» Burr Kl*her and Mr. and Mr*. W. W. Warren Dinner for Nno York Guext In compliment to Ihv Jaaee KM der of New York, who la «he house gueat of Mr and Mr*. Harry Whit ®ey Trml Mr and Mr*. Frederic IHruve entertained with a dinner of ten cover* last n mine at thetr rem MH • • • Win McMillan to Be Hon test Mia* 11*1*1 McMillan will Issue In Vttations .to Um glrla of the Stutib Jerome brl>l.»l party for dinner on ■atunlay evening at har home. Ttie IVMts will be requested to nim a* children hair bows, max, (tick* of candy and other thing* alternative of enee childhood day* a a a Cornish School Reception The Cornish school, which la re sponsible for ao many metropolitan Mcac In Seattle, brought out the Son aay aveninc reception so popSlar In lutem cltte* in presenting the new artlata of Uie faculty on Konday. A large company waomMtd at the •rhoot after church hour and listened te a charming program rendered by 'lf tan Parry. Mlaa Wright. Mrs. Mc laean and Mon. Joa-Jervllle It was . all quite informal and a* delightful andally as It waa from an art point. Tlxw new artist* whom the school has added to its faculty made such a favorable Impression Sunday evening that thetr formal reritala. which will form part of the artist a*nee of the laebeol. will he looked forward to with keen anticipation. e e e Dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Hardenbergh Mr. and Mra. Harry Olenn Stlbhe entertained with a beautifully ap pointed dinner at their home last evening for the pleasure of Mr. and Mrs. Lewie Hardenbergh. of Chicago. Who are gueeta at the Theodore Har denbergh home In Laurelhurst. a a a Hosts at Dinner Dr. and Mr*. Alfred Irving Boof fleur were boats at a delightful din- Mr laet evening at thetr residence In honor of Sir John Hart, minister of finance, and Mr*. Hart, of Vic torU, R CL e e e Luncheon for Visitor Mrs J. W. whalen was hostess at • luncheon of ten cover* Saturday at Frederick A Nelson'* tea room, com pUmcntlng Mr*, o. u. Miller, of ftpearfleh, 8. D. * e e Tea Planned for Saturday Mine Claire and Mice Karl* Stolten f berg have extended Invitation* for a ■ tea to be held at their home on Sat | urday between the Hour* of 4 and t. ■ The affair will be for the pleasure 'of Mliw Betty Craft of Belilngham. XUm Margaret Huteeon and Mi.«a Irene Fl*her, all of whom will be come bride* in the near future. Precidlng over the tea table will be Mra Merrill Frederick Sproul, Mr*. John Dudley Roberta, alternating With Mra. M. Roae Down a enjJ Mr*. Fager Morse Bone A bevy of young ladles will aeelst during the tea hour Including the Mtaee* Oertrude and Mildred Lewis, Ml*a Rllsabeth Chad- Wick. Mia* Cynthia Robertson. Mis* Elizabeth Hurlbut and Mlw Florida Singleton. e a e Reception for Pastor Honoring Her. E. W. Erickeon. who recently returned from ah ex tended Eastern trip, there will be a reception In the Haven Methodist church Friday evening from eight until ten o'clock. f>**aldlng at the urns will be Mr* Robert Saunders and Mrs. Newton J. Frayn. CU BS rOR WEDNESDAY Weet Seattle Art Onb Mr*. Joeeph C. Harrta. 2»<i 3»th ave. 8. w. will be hoateea to the West Seattle Art club at 10:30 a. m. The subject la El Oreco. with Mra. ft. T. Byera leader. Mm. Burleigh Reeder will hava a paper on "Con- Inporary Art." • a • Prog I twelve Thnnght Huh Justice Reah Whitehead will apeak en "Lawi Concerning Women and Children- at the meeting of the Pro frreaatve Thought club at 1:30 p. m. at the Federated Thought rlub. All lft tereated are Invited. • • • I.adiea' Grotto Club The Ladle*' Orotto club will hold Ita ft rat meeting of the aeaaon at * p. m. at the Federated clubhouse. All member* requested to be preaenu a • • Golden Era Club Men and women over 65 yeara of A Permanent Hair Wave HAVE US WAVE IT NOW and PAY FOR IT LATER At your own convenience IN SMALL PAYMENTS Our crodlt plan la the very beat guarantee In the world that you will be aatlafled with the rtaulta obtained A wava will aava you at leaat one-half hour every day of tha week." Every on* can now dtirard tba old curling Iron and patent anrlera for we have brought tha PERMANENT WAVE WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL For appointment call Main 6507 LMIET IMPROVEMENT SHOP A, DATES To Remember vtrhvyjiviat. vKrvtmnrii is— Mlm Mary Pnwr to h* wmpll»»i»t --•d it lunrh«*ti. * with Mim An tlonott* Ulllll a« hndt «M Mr* Chart*# Will*' t»* at homo for Mi®* Itrtrn Wtlta. of l-onf lUAcb tHrWDAT, HFfTKMUM It- Mrs. Itoffar Itorti Hoit* • »un.*hMn at th« Ritnltf rlnh And thaatra party folio* inf. In hoaor of Mia* >tah»r, Mr*. urtHam and Mioa Cltrk Mlm MMd~d Millar'® dlnnar dtnra at tf« Htinicr *|«b (W an- Itrttlnmtnt of Mim Jtmmt And Mr Albort C ilubb. MrrioAT. RurTKMnRR tiu Htaf itifMtrr to tha mrmhm of hU •'Jtllftf party, wtth Mr Albert «*b%rl«-« ftt||bt> aa h«wrt 417N dat. HKrrr.Mitm i*— Mim Jinlltha til Mm to vntrrtaln of Htubb Jrroma wed* dint par t f ii tuppar at bar Imm MONO %T. IKITftWIK* H- Mm Katharlaa Jarot-na • waddlnf to Mr Albert CharlM Htubh. at • p m In **t Harnabar . hapol. fl KWUI, MKrTKMHKN tl— Tha mar rtaga af Miaa Ifaoa riahar *to Mr John l*M»r l-»»"*ba, ai Iho horn* *>f Mr. and Mr* O l> riahar nroiNuiiAT. UErncHßßn «-• Intariafe«n oull<l of tha i>rthop*dl« hoapi|a> to rntrrtatn with d*n<a •I tha Ttcht club for tha banrfit of tba bM#ltal TKkata may ba M«-ur*-«t from Mra r. R. HalM, Capltvi %•!?. age are cordially invited to lie pree ent at the meeting of the Oolden Era club from 11 a. m until 4 p. m. In the ladies' parlor* of the Flr*t Frrebyte rtan church. Please bring lunch. • • • Cm i nit Krmu Dm Mn A. K. Plikan'i current event* clas* will mrol to teorgaaia* at, the home of Mrs. W. a Walker, 1104 15th Are., >t 3 p. m. see Columbia P. T. A. Columbia P T A. mxli at J p. m. at th% Columbia school .... Cirri* K Mm. W C. Thompson. Mr*. M. C W'b«l»r and Mr*. L. Martin will b« h«Mm at Cirel* 15. N Broadway, of tha nmt l'ra*byterl*n church at 1 p. m. at the home of Xlrm Thompaon J!» N. ?lst St. • a a Womni of Mmiifwwt Women of Mouaeheart legion meet at I p. m. at Mooae tempi*. • • • I mAt BmIM Tha regular meetfflg of Rtflia will Im hold at 1 p m. In For wt'ri 1 hall. Luncheon, builnna and card*. • • a Mil* Woodcraft Thimble Onh A aard party will be given by Se attle Woodcraft Thlmbla club at t IS p. m. In the rlubrooma. HI Railway exchange building. • • a I*tr RmW Lady Ragle* will meet in Forerter*' hall. Wednesday. at t p m. Lunch eon. builn-e* and ear<la. • • • Mum Cwpt Tha Signal Corps* auxiliary wffl meet wflh Mr*. Tbomaa Orphan. 1170 Rainier are., at I p. m. Wednenday. ADDITIONAL. CLI/HS Col. niwworth rirrle, O. A R- CoL Ellsworth circle, of tha O. A. R, will give Ita r«iruUr card party at Veteran*' hall, the Armory, on Friday avenlnk, September JT. at IJO o'clock. Lunchebn and prlaea. • a • Thnratoa County Degree of Mow* Thurston County Degree of Honor, auxiliary to the Ancient Order of United Wortynen. will hold Ita aeml annual district ronventlon, with an oil-day session. at Odd Follow*' hall. Tacoma, Thuraday. Beptember IS. All Kiag county dlatrii t piembers and visitor* from the other Juriadio tiona ore Invited. a • • RNbf Tea The relief tea of the auxiliary to the Hpanlah War Veteran* will be held at Mia. Blarkford's, 3»r,0 Aurora ave.. Thursday, instead of at Mr*. Hamilton's, as wu* formerly an nouneed. RICE FRITTERS I cup cooked lice 1 *gg 1 tableapoonful augar 4 Lablmpoonfula milk ■ tableapoonfula floor 1 teaapoonful baking powder 4 teaapoonful salt Beat egg. Add rice, augar and salt. Mix baking powder with flour and add alternately with milk. Fry In deep fat LOST BEAUTY, TAKES LIFE TOTTENHAM. Eng.—Worried be cause an itinera had played havoc with her good looka, and dreading that she would never be able to paint a* she did at one time, Mra. Beatrice I Son van, 67. committed suicide by throwing herself from a window. Music • w " run mr i■i ■in GEORGE STEWART FISK FPfco with his mother, Mrs. Marguerite Stewart Fisk, left last week for their home in Yakima, after spending several weeks in town, —Portrait by Grady. Bmni Ml** Catherine TopllfT of Taldee •peht the weekend as the guest of UiM Marian Uurton. • * e Mr. Phnip Tworoger left last Thursday for a trip to lloaton and Washington. D. C, New York and Boston. While In Washington, ar nompanled by Mr. Philip Ttndatl. h» will attend the national encampment of the Veterans of »>>reign war*, to be he>d September II to U. a e e Mr Rrra T. Pope, Jr, left last Set urday tor Boston, where ha will at tend the Massachusetts Institute Of Technology thia winter. a e e Mlaa Mary Oroee Is spending a week at 1-ako Crescent, e e e Mr. end Mr*. Ralph R Reed mo to red up from Portland and spent the week end with Mr. and Mra. Walter E. DelfeL see Mr W Dwlrht M-ed will «n>an tomorrow for New York. Boston and ' Montreal, to be gone about three montha ' . • * * Mra. C. H. Amey. Jr., end twtn daughters. Jeanne and Pfetflrla. havi returned from Coeur d'Alans, where tliey have spent the summer with relative*. e e * Mra. itannie A. nan. son and feughter-tn law. Mr. and Mra Horace- M. Hall, have returned from a tarn weeks' motor trip to Spokane and Newman Lake. e e e Miss Lvetne Hicks will leave to morrow for IVieton, to resume her I i i SOMETHING NEW - [ FOR YOUR PHONOGRAPH '^'WM W\\" Following are Just a few augKrstiona from Vw the New Record Llata —and you will want a JE number of these, we am nulla «ure. Call In Jf» g and lirten to them played for your approval in , 'ftjj § 30 Private Record Rooms O Knlakukl Hawaiian Orchestra njJ pj 11.00 Beautiful Ohio (waltz) • 3 H Knlakukl Hawaiian Orcheatr* Of} T J (-Rainbow of My Dmmi (fox trot).. fc> «*- U 2MI J Art Hickman 0° p 11.00 i Brumn# Bellea (one step) [fti 1 Hlokman'a Orchestra Cz Hand In Hand A vain jl Stn 7H4R f Campbell and Rurr 9? f 1.00 -(My Love Hong, My Roars and You.. M I. Chaa. Harrlaon YL 64*31 Pagllacct Prologue, Part I jsX p 11.25 ' Renato Zanelll 25 64832 . Pnßllarol Prologue, Part 1t.., • #1.25 \ Renato Zanelll i? S ALL, THE RECORDS—At«I< TUB TIME la just gj ono ronton why you ahould make thin your gl record store. H CHIGKKIUNG—MKHIJN—KIMBALL PIANOS frj AND PI,AVER PIANOS • I | HjJ / * a/ktf 112 vSsO ffl aj v 14.21 Third AveKSffiS*' YICTHOL^B —4JKAKO.SOLAS—NEW eDisons jor All tfcp /tfTX M thp TunejoT ' THE SEATTLE STAB » at udtaa at tha Kmamoa School of Ora tory. a a a Mr. and Mr* Rohort Mrlngatona and Mlaa Rally AUama left Haturday for Wanatcha* by motor, whara Mlaa Adama will ramaln for a waak'a vlalt. ... Mr. and Mra. It William Croeby ait] aoon rtmoi' from th»lr oMintry hocrn to an apartment at Waahing ton Anna. a a a ftrlurnln* ra<*nUy from Balnta" Rml where tfcry had epont a monlh. vara Mra I*. It Watt and rhlldran. • a • Mr and Mra I Jon.l nriaa wttl m movf, tha lallrr part of tha »wli. from ih»lr nmiMr homa to an apart mwt at tha Maatrailtan. MARSH.FALLOW SALAD It mwikaullMi U cup diced re Wry 4 cup whit* grapes H cup ttonH Knglfch waiimta H cup «c*d plncoppl* Out ma rah mallow* In quarter* Remov* aeeda from 'grape*. Mix all |pgr*d>v<ta with sweet boiled d reel ing Arrange on haarta of Mtuc*. Put % spoonful of onewaetaned whip ped cream on top of each •ervto*. Add a sprig of fresh mint and ears a A rte»T girl I* asw »b« kiwn what you mean whan you say thing* yo* don't mean. ASK roRaadCKT Horlick's The Original Malted Milk v Iraki Imitation* tad S«b«tltatM pishicsi UiwfeSatn JRStx.. IJuaallnW •' haalltl. aaallallM. |||>(|K» will lie IM»«*I It aawl U laliimallM Bmrt—l. V. ». I*ak- Ur Until la Ba«<lra, MuhlaiM, •» C. What run I* done for nrnndgbt rdn'nf Can you |tw ni» Ihl numa of mni igadwine to make tha pupil* I smaller? Tlia only remedy for nenralgtitad nana ronalata In tha waorlng of i KUam. WlilUt thrra ara remedlMi which decrease tha »l*a of tha pupil nf tha ajra, they ■hould lia uaed only whan praarrUied by a phyalclan. It la vary danirarnu* to Umi*r with medicine* which change tha alaa of tha pupil. Ily all tnaana aak your : phyalclan to give you tha n*n« nf it reputable ryo tpaclallat you may oonault. a a a Q ri»M «!»• me ar, ma Information ahniit lha "menlrar tlanrt" end "aba** gttnit" lraatm*«ta Thi tlimr An vhtl la cl»im*<l fnr thamt fan jnti »tra nia Iha atfdreae ul a av*< lallat la ibaaa iraat mania? A Tha administration of mtrflral Implantation of monkey or ah»*p ■ land* la not aatlafai-tnrlly e»t*b llahad aa a nound mathrat of treat mt-nt. Hom« eiperlmental work haa | barn dona, but Uia raaulta thua far ;do not warrant tha actravacant clalma whlnh hara recant ly been glv an wide nawapapar puhllrity, If you ; ara waak %nd run down, eonault lyour local phyalclan and aee If ha cannot halp yon. T \u B»nic iron—Nuxatedlron—to build VlugOj upred blood,strengthand endurance. 1 DrH.. B.Vall. formerly Phyilrlan In the Balti more Hoapiul and a Med teal Examiner nyi: VjlH^V '"Tbrfa at* thouaaada arfcoaa budtw ar« utai u4 A. m! brromadoWß al a i,qM «hra thry Iltouldw »n><7> U«V M ln« Ihat prtlart KtkJih »hirti carrteadr* anr. tod«» nLl.rj |HPnrW —a awi-ty buranaa Uwy ft aat a»ak« totha coo. •• Ivr vi €).!»n o< Uw* blond. by allowing II le rrmaia thin. MAM. Vhipv "?.»* "i"".' 1 '»« I lOfCfl Of iIM (Knf I CMIKVtOM llw vori. won ■ RICH. tad Wood luod and la nrfaprrirm •)!»*• louiMlaa " gt'sL mran.7ur butkiln. th. rrd blood r-« po»c£-« and RED VjEVt Nii>m|| to (IV# in. rrawd pvwrr loll* U<>od th»n or* " . „ Cyan aon—: :««»tad l/r-n. Nukhl Iron oonn it BLOOD Ft&lil l®"» «»)» and tfoaa ao< contain aijjr ordinary vxwwi/ rTyMtv nnanic Iron but onlyih. quality <H pra ii^nreN.^' < T Kh, ' rtk *''' I ''''''' ■JHIJJIII - - —' I I EeBM * I mmmM vHMH [ 1 B —————■ m Xg£sytyj\\ \ ] ll ?HM pounds 14 ounces! Q-fl J i i bbi/ii \ mi * « i Mazola is a better and more Of doughnuts cut uniformly 3% •*■ ecoribmical frying fat than lard inches in diameter, Mazola fried 208. has again been demonstrated. This while lard fried only 138. time by Mrs. A. Louise Andrea, _^ f admittedly one of the greatest ex- proves concusi y r that ™f« ;« t™, Mazola goes more than three times perta in modern cookery. , ... as far as lard for frying potatoes; Mrs. Andrea found that 4 lbs, of almost twice as far for fish; and two- I Mazola, cooked down to 2 lbs., fried thirds farther than lard in frying ; 24% lbs, of potatoes. While 4 lbs, of doughnuts. lard cooked down to 2 lbs. fried only . —■—— * No housewife who wants to use 7 lbs. 14 oz. potatoes. . the most wholesome, as well as • the Tested on fish steaks, one inch in mtftt economical cooking and gaiad thickness, Mazola fried 25% lbs., oil, shou'd fail to order Mazola from while lard fried only 16Vi lbs, of fish. her grocer today. Smiting XtfNNdMhN JOHNSON-UEBER MERCANTILE CO, SMttl* PRFF Sixty-four page, beautifully illustrated Com I Products Cook Book. Write today. Corn Prod- f m ucU Refining Company, P. O. Bos 161, New York City Tlii' QtiMrtkm! Tha An««w: Dssaa Lace Patterns— A New Design Week WIIKKI. MKI>\I.I.ION Chain 6 (tltchrM ■rid form n ring, chain 6 nml double crochat Into tha ring, chain J, double crochet Into the ring; continue until you hava mada ■even apace*. (*haln t and douhla crochet four tlmaa Into each a|*c«, making a ahall by taking off tha flrat two threada on tha flrat atltch, holding tha laat two. Oontlnua In a like mannar un til you hava flnlahed tha laat doubt* ctuchat. Than Utka lha eight thread* left on the needle with Jtjgt one atltch Chain 4 etlUJiea between •tdl ehell" Ona elngla crochet atltrh. 1 chain ■tit''h. than double crochet five ilmca with a chain atltch between each double crochet atlt/ h. I elngla crochet at I tcli to flnlah tha half circle. Continue until each apace haa * half circle then, to flnlah, chain t and catch It l»t*f»il each double crochet atltch completely around lha wheeL Tha girl wtw paM< her Itpa haa poor ta»te -or at leaat the man who klaaea her tblDk* an 2,000 WOMEN WANT TO WED TONBRI DO K, Ktig Oouarlllor Ponald Clark haa received nearly 2,00') rep I lea to the loltir recantly publlahed from a California!! who *«k»d him to find a wife. Moat of tha letter* have t»een ■•• nt rm Ui tha Callfornlan Thtre were only one or two letter* that did not l**r U»e *l*n of alnooilty. ALIMONY CLUB HIT NEW YORK— I Tha Alimony club, aa tha lAidlow at. Jail la aometlme* called, may not he ao popular thla winter If flher4ff Knott'a annual budget of proponed ex|tenaea la trim med by tha board of eatimate. ila aaka $1,400 for coal alone, an In* .feaae of $3OO The food bill la (400 more than laat year. The old aacret of atalnln* rlnaa, which waa I oat with tha decline of art In the aeventeenth century, waa riot radiacovered until KQ ymri *jrr>. Doctors agree that the Olive I Oil habit is healthful for you. I L "tctshdat, *TTTr\r*nn u m». AA FRENCH BABIES' FATE PARIM. fltartlln* flrorea In ra> aard to tha Infantile mortality af France hava Ju*t b»en publlahtd. 'it every thouaand children, on* In four die before tha a*» of one. Tha rauaa of the heavy mortality la at trlhutad to tha lac* of maternity hoapltai* and child walfara Inatito tiona. PUT BAN ON WIGGLE AND WABBLE NEW YORK. -T/et'a hava d<m% with wur«le and wabbla" *u urga4 aa a alogan for the American elety of Teacher* of Dancing. "If teacher* and people who <lanne beat thla aloyan In mind it will go a long way lo eliminate whatever eenaur* la rat applied to terpalchornui par* lurnuLUC hlt waa mated. If » woman would aiwapi writ* tha poatwrlpt flr*t It would *avf her the trouble of writing the lattar.