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Society MISS FISHER BECOMES BRIDE OF MR. LOCKE WITH BEAUTIFUL CEREMONY BY BEULAH MITCHELL COtTTS ViHVln Kcftlar of Tk* ftar rOt SPACIOI'S HOMK OF MR. ANl> MRS O. D PISH ICR taat se*-I nlng w*» transformed Into a veritable autumn gwrden, tor the nur rttr.i of their daughter Irene Vivian to Mr. John loor Lock*, boo at Mr*. John Lacks of thia city, th* It Is hop t'hail** K. Lacks, of Call fomla. unci* of ih* groom. rending the linprntwlve Episcopal service pvi HIW. »»•' ■" W" * —»• fe lately nw tree* formed tha ami* j for th* bridal party. Joined with broad satin ribbon*, and lead th* way ot tha Improvised altar at th* lower and of th* reception hull A thicket of huckleberry and vine ■tap)*. tntrr*peraed with aeter* In delicate shade* of pink and laven der. Shading to chrysanthemums In tha richer yellow* ami brown* formal a harmonloua background, lighted by mu*n taper* In tall so llln—ini II nl »tandaiM.* The mualc Ntm, where th* orchestra »»< aoreem.l was effective with palm and woodland green*. In th* library Ud sua porch, a*rl»t dahlia* In ar ttatlc grouping* adorned the mantel* and book ahelv**. A* th* Interested gUMta Ml** Heroic* Nsall. eelllat. accompanied by Mr*. Gwendolyn l.ewi*. ptanl*t. rendered Saint Saena' "Th* Hwan" beautl fully, and Joined by Mia* Marjorle Miller, violinist, blended their tone* lata the Bridal Chorus from lx>h*n •Tin. Down th* broad *talrrass came Mas Elisabeth Murlbut and Mia* Vir ginia Sheahnn. leading th* bridal j party wearing dainty gown* of or «fcM taffeta, gtrliah in dealgn. with plain skirt* and *trramers of tull*. to Which were attached ball trimming* St taffeta Their hou«|o*W were of Ophelucs and Centurla*. with tulle ribbon* harmonising with their gawna. Nest In line wers Mia* Har Hat Baxter and Mia* Olive Leonard, la brilliant jade gr**n taffeta, mad* Villi quaint ahawl collar*, and plain fall skirt*, and their arma wer* full ttf Ruawll rc**« m a shower. the rlb baas of tull* also matching their fl«cka. Mia* Julia Ft*her. ct>u*ln of tbs bride, and Ml*a Emma Whit*, aaaatn of th* groom, had for th*lr asatume* canary yollow taffeta, dm fly (fcahloned. with *urpllo»d collar* and bouquet* of Oph*lla* and snap- Omgon*. Mia Julia Clark, of N*w Tock. schoolmat* of the bride, wa* ktr maid of honor, most becomingly attired In blu* georgette, with crys tal smbroidery and carrying Colum Ma ro*as In a (bower. Mrs T><<nald Ooodnew Graham, ef Boston. *lster aT th* bride, walked alone, har gown aT axura blue brocade, with a caps •Sect at g*org*tte at the bach. H*» flowers were also choics roses la t>Wk array. Oa th* arm of her fathsr. the yatiu bride was fascinating in her feaatry robes of Ivory satin, trimmed with puffs and ruffles of th* ma terial. with Duchess lac* slightly Oraped to ths skirt In front. Har WlasiMimuas waa further «nipha gOsd by her court train of aatln. wader th* filmy toils veil which, at fear eatffura. was arranged In a and bound with a circle of acaag* blossoms. Orchids, gardenia* Md Ulles of the valley in a gorgeou* bouquet filled her arm*. Mr. Donald Good now Grahim acted aa groomsman for Mr, Ix>cke. An Informal neeiilion followed the »er Tics, at which Mrs. *>h«r was aa abrtsd by Mrs. Looks, Mra O. W. Vlshcr. Mr*. C. K Downis. The aa Willi table, handwimely appointed tad for It* center a low banket, filled to the brim with ro*e bud* lad lllte* of th* valley. Ths urn* bars In charge of Mrs. Wllll*m I'lg att and Mr* a. n tAswsllys dur lac sscond hour were Mrx C. .A JCinnear and Mrs. A. F. Rtford. and for the third hour were Mr*. J A. Owatwel! and Mr*. J. A. flheahan. Ths bride changed her wedding aostume for a chic talllsar of brown duvetyn trimmed In beaver, and a ■Mil hat to correepond. and the young couple deported for their Wedding Journey. After October 15 they will receive their friend* at their home at Hunt'* Point, on l.ake Washington. • • • Christening Ceremony at Broilerick Home The Infant daughter of Mr arwi Mm. Jbrands Everett Mitchell, of Chk*jro will this even mz, he chrlat ened. the horn*' of Mr* Mttrhfll'i uncle and aunt, Mr and Mra Henry Broderlck Canon W. H. Bll**. who performed the w#wl<linj? ceremony for Mr. arwl Mm. Mitchell, will officiate naming the ll* tie girl BlUfchcth Brodertck. Only the Immediate family will be preacnt at thl« o«.-ca •lon. • • • Mrs. Phillips Arranges Musical Tea Complimenting Mix* Miry r.ouia« Rochester and Ml*a Florence Reed, of Karwne City. Mr*. Albert Charle* Phllllpa will entertain with a mu Mcale tea at her reaidenca Wednen #W» September 23. • • • Jessamine Eddy to Celebrate Birthday Entertaining In honor of the elgth ) birthday of her daughter Jeeeamlne Mr*. John W K<t<ly ha* Invited a number of children to a fancy dreaa party at her residence Saturday af ternoon. • • • Miss Helen Brown Betrothed Mr. and Mr*. Robert Amber*, cromhy Brown announce the en gagement of their daughter. Helen Oeorglna, to Mr. Robert Harriaon Hatch Of Concord, Man*. • • • Mrs. Love Introduced at Tea Prominent In the week'* aoclal event* wa* the tea thin afternoon, given by Mr*. Frank Gilbert Taylor. 1 In compliment to her Ulster, Mra. L. Ix»ve, who ha* recently re jnoved from Tacoma. Autumn color J were artistically combined In i the uxe of marigold*. snapdragon* 1 und dahlia*, combined with maaaea | ct maple leave* in ru**et tonea j Mr«. Taylor wa* a**l*t<'d durln« the calling hour* by Mr*. J. H. Hull. Xra. Harry White Hollla. Mr*. J. M. J'.laekford. Mr*, Robert Wa.kln*haw, Xra. Y. H. Bourn*. Mra. Mark <>dell, MrCharle* W. J-ea, Mra. H K rff'ampbell, Mr*. W. B. I'ower. Mra. i Ju 1L Ciott, Mr* bamuei liarnea and DATES To Remember URDNKfinAT, urttkmiik* ft— lNt»rlth«n Uulltl of tho OrthnpMl« hospital to »nl«rUln wlfß dtnoa • I lha Ttfhl Hub f»r ih« t>»n«ftt of lli« hMiMUI Tlrhfii mo v ho Nfur«d frvm Mrt V. H lUto* rapltof «# IT twi mimt, nr.rrr%vvtKiK »• Mrt l*tn« W llruvn to romplt* m»nt Mim ItotNirtA Hilnvwurth and bridal party li i(»ih«oo •( h»r huait Informal im for hor alator. Mr*. H '-nrjr Hull, with Mra ftortAa D illon Nlrteniki u hooioa* mm ay. nr. rritMiip.it Mr* Palrbaaika' tri.lga toa la m«- piimont to Mrt Hull. Mloa Mtrftrtl Am*** tun«*hoan it homo to hooor Ml« Mary Trim* tit Mrt Thnmw Huh ml* htnrhoon hi tho homo of htr (not hor, Mrt John i'ulllna Tl UDAV. HKTTKMniIK MU- Tho t.f Mm Fttrla* Ortff to Rn»t«n Fr||i«ia ration OW, 1* It S., at tho hom* of Mr and Mrt i'hrUtian rrodorWA Graff, at • il o'clook. nKDHKWAf, nmmnitii •*— Tl»o marriac* of Mtoo Virginia Kon»>n to Mr Itapmond Kyaa. at I Si t'diwl, la tho Cburclt of tho Epiphany , •ATI RDAT. OTTOnr* *— Mtoo Mary Uulm Hoc hoot or to wad Mr David Morgan lt«Kt«rlck at 4 o «-!<»< h la tha tabornacla. lUpttat rhurrh. Mtoo Mary Pryor to antartata bridal parly at lunohooai at hamt monoay. orTonm A— Mr and Mrt toyman lingo Vtlark'a dlnnor for ih« lilac,*. Fry or hridal party, tha rah»ar#oi at tha rharclL Wr4»>MIUI, OTTtmBR A— Weeding of M»oo Mary Pryar ta Mr. Prank <J|tbor< ttfaek at Trin ity pariah fhorrli at I.J# a'ctark. Mr* Harold During th* fti»t hour. Mr*. William H Utffnry and Mr*. A. A. Hilton |>rwMd„t at th. urn*. Ihs second hour they wmrr ra- U*»«l br Mm. B. YVeUkm Young and Mr*. Ralph Slacey. • • • Seattle Alumni of Chi Omega Luncheon Seattle Alumni of Chi Omega will entertain at luncheon tn honor of tha active chapter at th* horn# of Mr. U O. I'atullo. Ill* lint N . on Saturday. Mfplrmtm M. Th* hoat naae* will be: Mr*. Clara U Klnna. Mr*. C. C Brown. Mr* J. Addison Hyde. Mr* A. A. Un|, Mrs Han II Crowder. Mr*. Crawford Warren. MUa Jeanetle italnaworth and Mia* Mamlr Cameron • • • Prominent Musician* at Silver Tea * I'nder th* aueploes of th* 8t Margaret's guild. th* flr«t muntcal program of th* season will be given Friday afternoon at th* hum* of Mr*, rrtdirlcli Bentley bctwean the hour* of 4 and • o'clock. A *llv«r collection wtll be taktn for th* b»n» fit of th* guild Mr*. John llmrj Ballinit>-r. Mr* Clar* K Pamaworth *nd Mr*. Bentley will giva a trio, Mrs. Margaret McCollouch Lang will glv* a violin number aitd Mr* D. r. Jarvla of Bwrrtl will con tribute a group of nonga Mr*. Ijiw rence Hogle will b» th* accompanist. • • « Musical Tea to Be Given Sunday Departing from her unual custom of presenting her pupil* In formal concerts, Mlm Marie OaahwHW ha> dectded to glv* a arrle* of Hundny leaa during the winter, with calling hour* from 4 until S o'clock. Th? flr*t affair of It* kind will he Bun day her *tudlo, and a nhort program of muitlc will h« fol lowed hy an Informal tea Piap'nxtnr hospitalities will be; Mr*. O. C Mlnton and Mr*. J K. Douse, aiuont •d hy a numbrr of Mlm Oashwellar's students Card* have not he«n le soir-d. but a cordial Invitation la ex tended friend* and patrons of the •tudlo • • • ! Marriage Service at Home of Friends A pretty home wedding was lolemnlzed Thursday evening. flap 11, at th# residence of Mr. »nd Mm. Ira C. Wstmore, 1424 24th when Mia* Anna J. anderson b*rame th* bride of Mr. Mmonsonn Hougan ,s>f this city. The ceremony was performed by the R«v. H A rftub in the presence of relative* The bride was gowned In Ivory rr*pe de chine and carried an arm t>oliquet of bride'* rose*. Mra. Wet« mora was matron of honor and Mr "Wetmorp attended the groom as i»est man. The rooms were beautifully decorated with marigolds and greens. A wedding supper waa served later at Blanc's, pink rones forming th#' centerpiece at the table. Mr and Mrs ffougan left for Portland for their honeymoon and aiter October 15 will be at home to their friends at 133*5 Franklin ave. • • * Dinner at Home Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pye are entertaining informally at din n*r this evening. complimenting Mr and Mrs. Jark Williams of Callfor nia. who are guestn at th# 1 Seattle Oolf and Country club. • • • Bachelors Plan "Entertainment for Couple Wednesday, September 21#. is the date chosen by Mr. Clark Ilurgard. I Mr. Rodney Prentiss and Mr. ft'r i nard Fotherlngham for a dinner | party to In- given at the Yacht club i In compliment to Miss Mary Pryor | and her fiance, Mr Gilbert I slack. • * # Miss Manner Entertains for Miss Graff Eight intimate friends were hon ored this afternoon by Miss Kllen Messer at a luncheon at her home, ine Graff. Colonial corsage bou I ine Oraft. Colonial cord-age Ih»u quels formed the dainty centerpiece. Music Ai W JANET McLEOD ANDERSON 2 he little uauuhter*uf Mr. an/1 Mm. William C. anderson —Portrait by James and Merrihe News From the Forts— Worden, Flagler and Casey MANT CHAN GOB AT FORTS llec*nt army orders have made many changes al ths thrss fors. especially at Word*n. Rveryon* is Ju*t arriving, or juat going away. Tlx** who stay on ar* planning parties to welcome ths coming and *p**d th* parting guests. TV HONOR OF MlUt BTKARNH Mrs. R K. Rlngwalter will enter tain on Wednesday In honsr of Mrs. Ptearna, w'.fs of I>r. Charles H Steams. Me.l|,al corpa. V ft. A. Dr. Mtearrvs Is In Ksn Franctaxw for aa amlnatlon for promotion, and aftar his r*turn will report hr duty at Fort L.*cum, V*ld*s. Ala*ka Dr. Htcarti* will b* accompanied to hi* new post by Mrs. Btumi and •on. _ a FORT WORDEN BRIDOE CIXTt Mra Rrucs McDowell wa* ho*ts*a on Thursday for th* Fort W.ird*n Hridge club. Har gueat* Included Mi*. Merrlam. wife of I.l*ut «"ol Henry M Merrlnm. U H A , Mrs liSmmon. wife of M*J Kelly U ls-m mun, U. H. A . Mr* Howler, wife of ('apt. l/nili J IWiwlei. I'. H, A . Mm Carter, wlf* of MaJ Horace R Car tar. t' 8. A . Mr* Htearn*. *ife of Dr <*harl'-« 11 Htnam*. M*di««l corps, U- 8. A Mrs ilaaoey and Mi** Mos<m. OFFICERIT DANCE Th* officers' dance on Siturday brought out aonie agrxalde people, most of whom had a**l*ted. a llttl* earlier, at the moving picture show at the Itervlc* club, where "Folly anna" wa* presented. Among tho** present at ths Officer*' club, where the dance wa* given, were Col. John U Hajden. I*. H, A , commander of the Paget Hound artillery district; Umt.-Col H*nry M Merrlam. U. H TTKeJNe wNm s i c fe) Come in and listen to I 1 these new numbers in our R TBr delightful Private Record R Rooms and let us send H ywf.' \v\ home a selection for your B ■ k own phonograph. I IM4I Ynn'd Be Surprised—'"lne Step ...Atl-Stfcr Trio fISr Keep Moving Fox Trot AH Star Trio 18(170 My Sahara Ho*e Victor Roberta Hjc O, flow I laugh When I TlJnk How I Cried H| Victor Robert* 23 <14(90 Cradle Hong Alma Uluck 2077 Kalalahl'n Hawaiian Medley of Hula* (H <hx>. Kalalukn'* Hawaiian* 91.00 Wain l.iililul Helen tannine Bl 2*49 Kneel* n Kag—Fog-Trot Karl Fullen'n Orcheatra ■ $lOO Howdy—< )ne step ICiirl Fullen'a Orchestra Hj 27K4 Beautiful Ohio Blue*—Ono-Htep Col. .Haxaphona Quartet Bj 11.00 I'm Forrver Blowing Bubble*—Walt* 11 Columbia Haxaphone Quartet n 2H41 Halnhow of .My Ur'ani*—Kox Trot Art Hickman K $l.OO lliirnnwe Bel J*—(JneHtep Art Hickman M| pa 30 PRIVATE arid a full nelectlon of all makea of 1 ■■ Demon Or\r\KAC. *lw*ya, mike thla the Ideal KfcLUKU KU'/Mj place to cho-i*e your New Mualc. U| ) ES CHHKKKINO, MKHUN ANI) KIMRAIJ, PIANO* ■ 14*21 ■ YICTIIOLAS, CKAFONOh.YS, NKW KIIIHONN H THE SEATTLE STAR A, ami Jtd Jtarritm; Ueut.-Cbl. Jairn* A Mooft, If. H A . Hiid Mm Mwr». wl'h their sural. Mra Haw thorn Twumalay. MaJ Kelly B. m«n, V. 8 A . and Mra Lemitton; Capt. lunula J, Howler, U. 8 A . and Mia Bowler; Capt, Charlaa |C Kin ley, U. 8 A . apd Mra. Kin ley, MaJ M<«rara It Carter. If. 8. A., and Mr*. Carter, Mr and Mr*. 0»"»r K locker, j Ml** Klocker, Mr and Mr* Allan Trumbull. Mr* J. C. Houae. Mia* 'Jlouae. Mr*. George Welch. Mra !.#< nard Cuttar, Miaa Powna. Mra Fox. wife of Surgeon Carroll Ko*, V. f. T H. 8. Mia* ll»(hea. Ml as Brown. Mr and Mra. K J. Halley, their houae party, Mr. Daniel Klah, Mr Wilfred Katerbrook. C«f ( Ilmry j Neuman. t*. 8. A.. Utut Cyrua 0 Sheldon, V. 8 A. PRB9O.NAI4 ' JixM-ph H. Darldaon of port Towneend haa Juat received hla <"«>nv mlnalon aa a*rund lieutenant In the air aervlce of Ilia regular army. Major Miller. M. C. H. 8 A-, and Mra Miller have arrived at Kort Worden Major Miller haa been aa «'k'Ti«-d aa medical officer In the j fort. nnTwi|l«« l.leut. Charle* II -It earn*. M. C I' K A.. Who will pro | rwil to Kurt IJacum. VaUlea. ' A la*ka_ Mra Moora, wife of Major W H Moor*. I" M A., ar-oinpanied by her ehllslri n. will ehortly leave Kort Caaey to J"ln her huahnnd. who la on duty at <femp llotabird. Md. Mr* Ko*. wife of Aurceen Carroll Ko*. C 8 P II 8 . left on Wednea .lay to join her Ituahand in M'anh tnaton. D C. hla prvarnt elation Mra. Ko* ha* been the gueel during ;J>* luniwr of her mother Mr* ')«ir»« W. I>>wna, of I'trt Town *rnd. and haa l>een honored at many i civilian aff.ilra and much feted at I Kort Worden IfoslOGii JL f > ~4IIM t m imaai lieputy U. 8 A. Hooks left Baturday evening for K*n Fran olaoo snd Ui" Houth. H* will be Ih* KU'iat "t his son, Mtui Commander Harold Hooks, I'. M H., of ths V, 8. H. H4. anil bla daughter, Ml*« HciniulUie Hooka. • • • Mr*. Mnrjr I'hlllliia Cappa will leave tomorrow (or Kan Kranclsoo, to bo Joined at Portland by her ■laughter, Mrs l»elghtnn Hind, who ha* horn visiting In Hpokane. Ilolh Mra. Cappa an<t hrr daughter have lieen the Inspiration <>f many social itffslra during their Northern Kojourn. They plan to spend wnw lime In Kan Kranclsco before soiling I for their hum* In Honolulu. s s s Mra. Tldmsrsh, Mrs. Hulskamp, Mra. Durld Mima, Mra. Prank Kay, Mra. William Plgott, Mra. W. A ivirrt, Mra. Robrt Wilson, Ml** llebcccia Collin*. Mine Hritn Karrell xnd Miss Mary Ives Plsk*n wtll motor to Twwt tomorrow to par (Idputn In tha match with the worn rn'a team from tha Tat-oma (Jolf and Country club. • a • Mm. Harland It. Marl*. Jr.. will Iftavi tomorrow morning for Hose man. Mont* to ha an attendant at Iha wedding of Mlaa (lalla Huell. an event which will taka place In that city nest wnk. • • • Mr Homer llyan returned last week from a two rnonthe' sojourn In tCuropa. • • • Mr. frank Pratwell haa returned from a montha' Imslneas trip In tha Kant. Mra. Pretwell, who la In Yakima, tha guest of Mra. Mar mierlte Btrwart Ktaka, will return ihe and of tha week. • • a Mr. Pram-la Kvsrrlt Mitchell will leav« tomorrow for his Imme In Chi cago. Mra Mitchell and little daugh ter will remain s* the misata of Mr and Mra Henry llroderlck until tha last of October. s s s Mra Mary (. Itrlerly haa taken an apartment at the Pherwood. and wtll laks posiMilon Ortot-er 1. see Mr and Mra A. C. Blacks!) end s»n tlenffrey sre departing tomorrow for Rumps, where tli»y a ill spend several months In Kngtand, France snd the devaafaied regtone of Bel • glum Tlieir departure haa been nomewliat hastened, with no oppor tuntty to bid their friends fsrewall Mr and Mrs. Patricks Pamelt ITark relumed Baturday from Kpo kane, and departed thla morning for I'.irtbind. sicwmpanied by Mra. P. M. Dudley, wher» they will be Joined by Mra. Jerome ("lark, of Kpukana, and inoior Houth Sr>r the winter, j Mra. Dudley wtll return U>e end of Uie week. GLASS WASHBOARDS LESSEN FRICTION A gtaas washboard, altho It breaks more easily. Is to be preferred to a metal one bemuse the eorrogattons sre r>iin<l«! and the friction oa the clothd |« Iran. However, If s metal washboard Is used. It should be thoroly dry before being put tary so lint It wilt not warp or attract waierbuga. A Seasonable Offering in HEATERS 4 ' i '. C /■£ Wa ar« showing a complete die pl*y of INlth for Kali and Winter. And In this display you will surely find the Heater that you want und at the loyuiit prlcc-a In this city. Alert Oak Heater Hums either wood or coal They lire usually Bold elsewhere for higher prlcna. i»ur special price jq 95 Just the thing for theae cool evenings nml mornings— u guaranteed smokeless NESCO OIL HEATER Our aprclial price $1.45 Karnlak |«nr home rtmplrle on our eaajr trnaa. 619 PINE SI Between fll*th and Rnventh Avmudi. half block up from Fredirlck it Neleon'a. Hnosa * 1 Clkurlb s" CM US POH Till lot I) AY Qnira Anne Portnlghtly flub Queen Anne PortnlgbUy club meeta at 2 p. m. with Mrs. J. D. Corey. 1401 Orange Phr«. s s s Annie Wright KemliMiry flub Mra. N. 11. Isitlmer, 711 Terry ■ ««., will be boslsan to Annla Wright Hetnlnary club it 2 p. m. ess Thursday Progress Club The Thuradsy progress club meet* with Mra Frieda Ijavldaon, 1171 3»th ave. N. K , at 1 p m. Bwadkih Ijrflm ( heritable Huh "Prrja" AM P m the Hwedlsh tjutlea' Charitable rlub "freja" meeta Is Uis Mwedlnh club parlors. * s s National (onnctl The Nalionul Catholic War Coun cil of Washington will exhibit a sli reel film showing American Cath olics In war and reconstruction work in various large cltlea This film Is undsr the iwreonal aupervlslon of Mrs. Hubert U. litady and wUt be prssi nlnl under the auspices of the Kaaltle Council of Oathollc Women at Ml p m. In the Knights of (Columbus hall No admission will lis charged. All wooisn In lbs city are Invited U> attend. s s s Amaranth Court X*. 1 Amaranth Court No. 1 meet* with Mr* Turvett, 110» Meridian arc, at I o'clock. Itring basket lunch. * * * ItMtllr Clrele, Nrlgtlbor» of Woodcraft Keattle Circle. Neighbors of Wood craft. a 111 glvs a hard tlms dance si the Hwedlsh Club ball, Elgbib ave and Olive st. • s s William fallen Bryant P,T. A. The first regular meeting of Will iam Cullen Hryant P.-T. A. will be at lIS p. m at (he school. An ** cejlrnt program la promised and r» freahments will be served. s s s Thursday Maelral Oak Mra. L. L Larson at Kirkland wIU be hostess to ths Thursday Muslim I club. Leave Madlsoa pork at 11 o'clock. s s e Mettle Ctttfrte* No. M, C. R. S. H*wttls Chapter No •». O. B. 8. meets at • p m. In the Corinthian room. Masonic temple. e e * ChaHi As all day meeting of the Worn en'a society of the Plrat Baptist church will bo held at the church at It a m . 12 10 p m for baKket lunoh and at 1:11 p m a mission ary program. White croae and aid work. s s s BeaMle Neighbors of Woodcraft A hard time* dance will be given by the Heattls Circle. Neighbors of Woodcraft In the (twedieh Club hall. Rlghth ave and Olive *t. WATCH US GROW 0 TSSSSSSSSSSSSSBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSm 25555525 5E55555555555555553EE35EE5E551 Seattle-Made Phonographs and the Famous Baldwin Pianos! V _ From Factory to Your Home New Seattle Industry. Building Now Erected at 1245 Westlake Ave. North for C. C. Bender Company Boost your own city. Boost Seattle industries. Buy home products—give labor to your workmen here. Live and let liye. Our factory will be ready by Novem l>er Ist. Machinery ha* bwn bought in Seattle. Workmen have been engaged in Seattle. Lumber and materials are bought in Seattle and everything pertaining to our industry will be bought in Seattle if obtainable. We will retain our factory store at 1609 Third Avenue, but in order to rearrange our policy we will clear oux floors of all stock on hand at greatly reduced price for new goods coming in. 150 Phonographs and Pianos at Low Prices! Some Special IWitalns tn Used Pianos. a« Btodd«rd. Maaon £ Hamlin. Rteifcr * Sons, Smith A Raines, Hegrnt. Kohler A Campbell, from $l5O up. Phonograph* on eaay terms will he an enjoy ment to your home surroundings. Our Phonographs, compared with others, are from $25 to 175 lower than any Phonographs oil the market today. They are imlorrcd by Seattle's foremen mu* aldana Not? I» Your Opportunity: Buy terms enable you to Ret an Instrument of high quality at low price. Direct from Factory to YOU Home special bargains In Phonographs, slightly used 140 un t'sed Pianos, 1150 up. New Pianos, $l5O up. NM I'lajer Pianos, $625 up. Remember the Address—l6o9 Third Avenue On Third, Second Dm North of Pine (Not to TurreU'a Shoe Store)— On Third. Second Door North of Pine. C C. BENDER CO. HrmUlr fhaplrr No. K Hmttle Chapter No M, O. K. R . will meet In the Corinthian room of lha Masonic temple at I o'clock. • • • W'omm'a Auilllary, Kalnler P«t Wotncn'a auxiliary to Italnler I'oat No !1, American Legion. meets In Veterans' ball, Armory, at I o'clock. • • • Dorraa Circle ftornaa Circle meets with Mra Olcn Nalaon, tl«2 10th ave. N. W., at 1:19. a a a Hawthorn* P. T. A. Hawthorne P T A. will meet at tha achool nest Thuraduy for an In formal afternoon to en" hie tha members to get acquainted with wwh other Tha tn«mb<-r» will meat at 'i.-U o'clock. • a a 1/nmlnp Chapter Ixxnlna chaptar will meet nut Thuraday from 10 o'clock to 4 o'clock at tha realrience of Mra. V. I*. MrClura, HIT 12th ave. H. to work for the basaar Those attend- In* are aaked to bring their thimbles and lunch. a a a fnlform Rank K. of P. T'nlform Hank, Knight* of Pythias. Co No 1, will give a dancc at K. of V hall, Third and Virginia st., on Thursday night. Capt," H. Fleming la the chairman of tha floor commltUa. a a a Pythian Altruistic Oof Tha Pythian Altrulatlc club wftl glys a t>eneftt card party Thursday. September 21. at 2 p. m., at the Knights of Columbus club rooma. Kveryone welcome. a a • J. B. Allan P.-T. A. Tha J B. Allen P.-T. A. win hold a reraptton for tauchera In tha achool auditorium Thursday evening at I. Oood program and refresh menu All parents In tha district urged to attend. a a a fnltnt- ftpanlsh War Tttam In Veterans' hall, tha Armory, on Thuraday. Heptember 11, tha Hpan lah War Vatarana will hold a lunch eon at 12:30. Ilegular meat In* at t P m. Will Join In Bonua Hill parade at ( JO o'clock. MOLASSES COOKIES > t rape mots—w 1 rup browti ufar 1 nip rmM lard I rap MHif water t inaapnw soda H teaspoon salt 1 iMspiw ear*i fierce, aO % liiiim ftapt I lumim crate* idisretsts 1 cop nil (optlewsl) How t* reO Dissolve soda In the boiling water and oombtne la the order given. Roll to one-hslf Inch thlckneae. sprinkle with granulated sugar and roll again. Cut with a rookie cutter and bake In a moderate oven. The hi* r> llndriraj state prinon af HtuteaviUa, 111., la ao planned aa to afford 10 nunuie* of sunlight for each cell on every bright day. •rtrDNiBSDAT, *rrTEMHFJ* n, »» AEtJ M Hi!.£ Omdufl'il by IjOUISK ANN ABLE Shows Child Thought by Son# and Story Tb» flrat "afternoon hour* wtilch In to b* • fe«tur* on thr#* afternoon* * ww»k tt Krftdffflrk A Nelson n «tor«, wan UU<*n up y+*l*r itty by Mm. Howarth of N«w York, formerly of K*aUl% who gHY* I no tiki storkMi Iritarpr*- Uvf of child Ihouftlt On Krld*y, at 3 o'clock, motion plctut"* shown. COMEDY SKETCH HEADS PALACE HIP SHOW Mr and Mra Perkins Flabar a»* coming to Loew'a P»1m» Hip as • feature of the new bill to be *f*n l"- morrow. Thase well known artists are presenting thalr rural comedy playlet. "The Half Way Houm," written for them by Kira Kendall. « In presenting "Adrian,'* Henry lypwla haa an oddity which employ* three rood entertainers. It promises fun and laughter galore and Is d»- acrlb*d as a fsr<* in which harmony singing, sparkling dialogue *nd *c centrlc dances are entertainingly combined. A diverting melange of singing, dancing and chatter introduce Bud and Jeaala Oray. Thorn** and «h« FTwlwrlclc Bltmm »l* t »nappy trio who «tlmul»U In timt In th«lr off«rtim by labeling It •pldljr, "A Fvrlkl of Bon* and Danr*"* "Allaa mm IWs<r* U th» tltta ef th* frttiira photoplay. In which B«1lth lU>berta appears la the aUliar rol«. HUCKLEBERRY PUDDING t cope rapr 1 rap *our cream ( H rup batter , i i rap* flour I ® in I I tmflpnon wdi 1 1 quart bfrrin J rrMim butter and Nftr. Atf cream. Add part of flour. Add egg* well beaten and the rent of the flour. Add soda dissolved in a little warm water. Add berrtea. Turn Into a but tered and floured mold and bake 20 or 49 minutes In a moderate oven. Berve with sugar and cream. Hood's Sarsaparilla Makes Food Taste Good Create* an appetite, aide dlgeetie* purine* the blood, and thus relieve* scrofula, catarrh, the pain* and ache* of rheumatism and 0m strength to the whole system. Nearly to years' phenomenal eslw tell the »tory of the great merit ud surceas of Hood's Sarsaparillß. It la Just the medicine you need now* Hood's Pllla help—One cathartlo.