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The Seattle star. (Seattle, Wash.) 1899-1947, February 12, 1921, Image 8

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Mrs. Ryan Plans Lunch
eon to Honor Mrs.
Green ; Visitor Compli
mented; Miss lMne to
ENTKIITAININIt In honor of Mr»
Robert Crwn, of Chlraito. Mr».
Jtnm D. nutler - * houae uue«t. Mr*
John B. Oreen will bo luncheon hoot
MR at the Bun*et dub next Tueaday
The party later will attend the per
formance »t the Moor*.
• • •
Mr*. Milker to Be
Ounplimentinic Mr*. J N Miller,
who ta th«> hsuw giioot of Mr*
Ouurlea F Whlttleary. Mm. Thoin**
Oreen wa* hontoan at a small lunch
•on at her homo today.
a • •
Miss Lane to Cinnpliment
Miss Frink
CompUtnentlnir Mlwa filori* FTtnk
Who U leaving noon for an extended
ghy In Rurvpf. Mian M»rlo« l.ane
will entertain «4th a luncheon of
fourteen covera at the Bun*t cluh
■Mt Tuead iy
lavttatkma have heen limited to
tit* members of the Tueaday after
Won brMice club.
Mrs. Butler Entertains
With Charming Tea
Mr*. JMon D- Butler ent»rtalne.l
IwCilT afternoon at her horn-
With a charming to* complimenting
kcr hoiHe gu--*t. Mr*. Hubert I„
Qratn. of Chicago. and Mr* Ctarlix
Laden Roy. who ha* returned m •>
«upy her home. after a five year*'
aba* nee
Fragrant spring blossoms were
Ml effectively thruout the houne.
Utl the handsomely appointed tea
table had for lu center a golden ban
tM of ftfmiai, Jonquil*. narcissi and
ytMy willow*.
Presiding the flr*t hoar were Mr*
Alfred 11. Anderson and Mra- Rich
art A. Bailing**. while the *eeond
hour Mra. Earl Da Mo** and Mr*.
Jamrn 8. Goldsmith dispensed ho* pi
AjnUtinc them were Ml** Phylll*
Blake, Mi** Alice Blake. Mia* Clara
Xmory and Ml** France* Oklham
Aastsirig about the room* were
Mra. John E- Ryan, Mr*. George A.
Ferguson. Mra Charlea K. Patton
And Mra. M. H. Draham.
Receiving the card* at the dc nr
M| Itttt* Kdgarttrt Webeter.
A delightful tnu«l.-.il procram wi<
given during the afternoon by Mra.
Oreen. with Mra. Amy Ald rich Worth
at tha piano Following are the num
Aria, "Par*. Pace. r>io Mlo." Ifora
"U Forxa del Deatlno" Vend
Jaaa •••••••« »■ •• • .«■ ■ •..ftpr oes
*1 Can* With a Sons" ...Lc Forge
"To a Meaeenger" J>e Forge
-taaybo- ....... l-e-orrt
"•wwet Wind That Rlowa" Chad wick
"Ftartaf —— By Mra, Worth
a a *
Miss Tver to Entertain
at Bridge
In farewell to her sister. Mr*. M.
A. DUIon. who I* leaving soon to
take vp her residence In Tact)ma.
Mia* Grace Tyer will entertain with
a bridge party at her home on next
Miss Emory Will
Entertain at Luncheon
Mim Clara Kmory will entertain
with an Informal luncheon at her
home next Monday afternoon, for
the Pleasure of Miss Gloria Frlnk.
A small group of Ml*s Frlnk'*
iMlmat* friend* have been Invited.
Engagement of
Miss Lewis Announced
Mm. Carrie M. lewis winounrai
AM m/wm'nl of her daughter
May to llr. George Vernon rankin
mt Yakima. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Gems* Rankin of that city.
The wedding will take place In th«
•arly spring.
• • •
Tickets for Symphony
The committee in charg* of the
ticket sale for the Hympheny Or
cheatra'* Benefit Cbncert, at the
Hippodrome next Tuesday evening.
UlDoonf that the boxes have prac
tically all been disposed of. but tick
ets for general admission are on xaJe
at Sherman, Clay A Co, 1430 Third
• • •
Annual Senior Soiree
The annual Heritor Kolree of the
I*2l clan* at the University of Wash
tngton. will take place thin rv ning
•t Little's hall.
Many unique features will be In
traduced by the class social conv
• e •
Valentine Party
Mr. and Mr*. Oak I. Chamber* will
•Dtartain with a masquerade Valen
tin* party at their home on Monday
evening About thirty friends will
•n)oy their hospitality.
■ e •
Jlfis# Hurd to Wed
Miss Madeline Hurd. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hurd. will wed
Mr. Arthur O Luther at the homo of
her parents Monday evening at *
o'clock, flev. Mark A. Matthews per
fanning the ceremony.
»Is* Hurd will be attended by her
sister. Miss Dorothy Hurd, as bride*,
maid, and Mr. Chauncey Virtue will
act as groomsman for Mr. I either,
• • •
Mrs. Dunlap
Mrs. K. A. Donley was hostess at
a bridge afternoon on Tuesday tit
her home, In compliment to Mr*. J.
H. Dunlap.
• • •
Mrs. Kucher
Luncheon Hostess
Mm. Charba W. Kucher entrr
t&tnerJ with a luncheon of eight
cover* at. h*r RESIDENCE on WC<JWH
day, ami again on ThurwJay, with
plurrn marked for fourteen nMfntst.
0 9 0
Luncheon at Home.
Mr*. If. O. Welch entertained with
A luncheon of twelve cover* yeMter
day At. hrr home in Olympian
' Apartrn' uis,
In St. Barnaba*' chapel on Saturday evening, February S, before a large company of
admiring friendn. Mum Hannah woodnut became the britie of Mr. Sidney Garfield Smith.
—Portrait by BunhneU.
and Professional
Women's Club
On Tuesday. February IS. lttl. the
Meat tie Huarineo* and Ptofeaaton.il
Women'* cluh will hara a "Home
Product* Night" at the Assembly
room of tha Chamber of Commerce
at •SO p. ra. Tha haadTlner to Inject
a little "lui" Into tha evening la a
"Fashion Khow" of apparel mad* in
Washington on living models wltlf a
little surprise at the end Thia meet
ing will be an open meeting and cluh
member* are Invited to bring their
women friend*. Thl* "Home Prod
ucta Night" I* being given by Ml*a
Mollle O. Baldwin, chairman of the
civic commute*, and Mlaa Joaaphlne
Spelihauer. chairman of the educa
tional committee. In co-operation
with tha Heattle Chamber of <\>m
merce. the Htate Chamber of Com
merra and tha Manufacturer*' As*o
elation. The principal speaker of the
evening will be Dr. Hlndley. former
mayor of Spokane, and now director
of educational deportment of the
ft'ate Hetall Association. whoa* talk
will emphasize "Buy Wa*hlngton
Product* and Buy Now." Mia* Mar
tha I»ok. a member of the advisory
committee of the Women'* Cluh*
Product* Campaign, will talk on
"Product* Iloneerlng." Aa thla la
a moat Interesting and varied meet
Ing the dub ha* ever had, we expect
a Urge attendance
Mil* I.ulti M Falrhank*. the presl
dent of the cluh. haa been appointed
by Mra. Henry I and**, president of
the Rent tie Federation of Women's
Chit*, on the women'* advtaory
board for the Northwest Product*
exhibit which the Heattle Federation
of Women'* Club* will give soon
Mlaa Joaaphlne Hpellbauer. In co
operation with the Washington State
Federation of Women'* Club* and
the State Chnml>*r of Commerce, ha*
distributed January Inventory for
the women of Washington to fill out
and every cluh member I* expected
to fill out the same and turn In to
Mlaa Hpellbauer at the next meeting.
'"Home Prodtict* Night." Mlaa Claire
! I.ynn nnd three of her pupil* of the
John Hay* *chool. pre*ented a most
Interesting program l>efore tho mem
bers' puncheon of the Chamber of
Commerce laat Friday. February 4
These activities are Indicative that
thl* organization la alive to the !**ue
of the time and la co-operating in
every possible way.
At the last mwllni! of the club
Dr. W. T ("hrtstensrn. prexldant of
the port of Seattle, gave nn llltt*-
tinted talk on the publicly oWned
port facilities. In Introducing Dr.
Christensen Ml** Fairbanks said:
"Dr. Christensen has l>er.n most In
terested In the upbuilding of our port
and city a* a member of the legisla
ture, a port «immi«ilon»r. and wan
Instrumental In obtaining for Seat
tie the coming International Conven
tion of the American Association of
Fort Authorities for 1921. Ife will
soon go as a representative of the
port of Seattle to Washington, p C .
to try to get ii Seattle man, Hon.
Wm. K. Humphrey, placed on the
United Stales shipping hoard, and If
he Is rif successful In this mls»lon as
In all his previous activities, he will
certainly b'- doing Seattle some con
structive good.'"
Plate ''""''""n | liliiicliron
«!? »"*"? " P . * SNo need "(flif" up a
Up ran a* Its t#l AAA T* ««r • slerer. anywhere. If esn prove lllsnc's ' "lip" 'cause ll'*
figured In (he prlre JI.UUU ,mUr Blare. <■ ... ,
J T ' « HARI RI J. K. RI.ANC, «hef-Pr*». £ In llie prW.
Cnkmlb ©
Commonwealth Club
~The Commonwealth rlub wfTl hold
It* regular meeting at the Good Rat*
Cafeteria. IllH tnd see. Monday.
Feb. It. at 1 p. in. Mr. Oliver T.
Riickxon win speak on the plan for
three-cent fare*. All welooma.
e e e
Seattle Yacht Oak
At the smoker to be held at the
Tacht club next Monday evening.
February 14. Captain Kckhardt will
lertura on "Rigs and Rigging."
There also will be a question review
of the past lecture* This conclude*
the OOUTM.
• * *
Daniel Rag ley P.-T. A.
The next meeting of the Daniel
Bagley P. T A. will lie held at the
school on.Monday. February 14. at
3:10 p. tn. The program follow*
Vocal *olo. by Ml** Nellie Dick, ad
drew*. by Prof. Arthur S. Gist, prln
clpel of th* R. F. Day school, on
'The Social Aspect of the Itelatlon
Between the School and the Home."
Thl* will be followed by a silver
tea In honor of the anniversary of
the founding of the organisation.
On Tueestny. February IS. the
Cosmopolitan club will meet for club
supper at I o'clock In th* cafeteria,
after which there will be a health
"Keep Fit" talk. At I o'clock the
mem tiers will K» ,0 the gymnasium
for a frolic and game*.
The rlub will I# hostesae* at th*
Sunday Vesper tea, February JO.
In charge of the Fellowship commit
tee. Mlaa Catherine Wllburn, chair
man. assisted by Father Carlson and
Marlon Mark hum
Wednesday the Fellowship club
will have their regular club supper
In the cafeteria at « o'clock In the
private dining room, to lie 'followed
by Bible class In Bible rooms on the
necond floor.
The Friends of All club are plan
nlng to follow their club supper In
the cafeteria on Thursday at 6
o'clock, with a Valentine parly to be
held in t"he gymnasium. The affair
will be In charge of the social com
mittee, Mis* Ruth Anderson, chair
The club will be hostesses at the
T. W. C. A. Vesper services this
afternoon, with Miss Hazel I'ameron.
chairman of the fellowship commit
tee, presiding.
The Athletic club offers sports to
all girls of Seattle. Don't miss this
opportunity to play. Holler skating
Friday, 6-8; skates frce, too.
Friday, February I*. the Acacia
club for married women, will meet
for social hour and lea. There will
also lie a food hygiene talk. The club
T. W. C. A. New*
I* alao arranging for a swimming
class to I* held every Friday after
club meeting at > o'clock. Member*
are requested to sign up for this a*
soon as pueaibla.
On Friday. February H. th* Al
tnia club for busln*ea girls, will
meet for chih supper at I o'clock, to
lie followed by social hour and the
third of th* series of surprise pro
gram*. th* different cluh members
are preparing. Th* program thl*
week will b* arranged by Dr. Myrtle
Th* Athletic rlub I* giving a
Valentin* party on February 14. at
I o'clock. Bring an Inexpenalve
valentine, flood music—four pieces,
and a splendid time All gtrla are
invited to the gymnasium Monday at
X. Basketball game at 7 the sutne
Th* T. W C. A. will give mov
Ing picture free on good shoes and
their relation to health. You are in
vtted Members' Hall. Wednesday.
4 p. m. and S p m. Feb. 1«: Friday.
1 p. m . at Frederick A Nelson's store,
Feb. I*. Saturday. Feb. It. t JO.
Valentine n*nc«. Women'* Auxiliary,
V M. »l. A.
The annual Valentine dance of the
Women'* Auxiliary of Y. M. H A.,
wtll he held at Chrlatrnacn'* hall.
Hunday evenlnr. Feb 11, * SO o'clock
Imrtn* the Intermlanlon. a musical
proßT*m will tie riven.
a e e
Waxhlntrton Stale PMIaMli HorWy
Washington Hlate Philatelic *»■
rlety will hold ttji annual banquet
tonlrht «t Hol'M'a enfetort*. All
! ftliunp collector* invited.
*lil lt' Ut' " ' if
"Pape's Cold Compound"
Breaks any Cold
in Few Hours
Instant Relief! tton't »tay ntuffed
tip! Quit blowing ami snuffling' A
do** of "I'ape'* Cold Compound"
taken every two bourn until three
dose* are taken usually break* up
any told.
The very flint dose open* c.loegecl
nostril* and the air passage* of the
head; atopa now running; riHevn
the headache, <lullncH«. fevcrislinow.
'Tape'* Cold Compound" acta
quick, aur«, and cost* only a few
cent* at drug store*. It act* with
out a**lstance, taste* nice. contain*
no quinine- Inalat upon I'ape'al—Ad
vert l*ement.
Daddy, bring home aomo of Iloldt'e
French f'aatry. Advertl*cment.
Society at the
Harbor Forts
John I* llayden, tJ, H. A.,
commander of the Puget Hound
con* I defense*. haa returned to Kort
lie DM much entertained ilurinu
hln monlh'n leave. on honor gu«»i In
i Wushlngton. «t Kort, Monro*, uml at
| Kort 1 .navoil worth
j on Tuesday a/tsrnoon ut their
Kort Wurilrti quartern, * beautiful
ufrtUr «u given by Mrs Mrrriam,
wir« of Colonel Henry Marpherson
Merrlsm. IT. H. A.. commander of
Karl WordM.
Auction bridge wiui plnyr<l, In the
fr«gn»ni<o «f spring flowers, unit th«
hlu« bridge cloth* nrrrntnl the *.» m«
ton* In velvet* anil tu|«r*try.
Th* high prlxe was won by Mr*
Apiilln, wife of Major K. D. Applln,
II H. A.. the sei-ond by Mm. Itrlnk
ley. wife of Captain Charles Alcxiin
ilrr Hrinkl*y, U. H. A.; the connola
Hon by Mrt (Imrp I>avl* Adams
The Interesting collatbm ompha
■lml the stmurtnea* of ■lmpllclty.
Tli" llal Included wvrrul fortunate
civilian*. a* well as the wlvea of offl
nn alalloned at Kort Worden.
On Saturday evening Major F D.
Applln, 11, H. A., aixl Mr* Applln.
were h»*i* at an tfrtrablt auction
whl' h brought out th* -officer*' line
at Kort Worden
l ive table* were In play, and there
were five prlaea. each table pivoting.
Tho** lucky enough to make the
high acorea were Major Alvln
Charles Miller, medical corpg. V. H
A , and Mra. Miller, Major Charles
Robert Klnley, |T. H. A ; Captain
Charle* Alexander Hrltikley. U, It
A„ and IJtutenant Cyrus Quentln
Hhelton, U. 8 Ay
Oregon grape and orehld cyclamen
mad* a pretty decoration for the
very Jolly aupper.
At their Kort Worden quarter* on
Thursday evening Captain Charles
Alexander itrlnkley, V. ft A. and
Mr* lirlnkley, gave an attractive
Kour table* were In play. Major
Charles Hobert Kin ley, V. B A . and
Mra. Kinley, winning th» high prime
A chafing durfi sup tier mads a
charming flnlab.
The army *et turned out In force
on Monday forenoon at the suction
bridge given at the Port Townnend
residence of Dr. Jacob Conway
llou*e and Mra. House, at which
they announced tho engagement of
their daughter. Osceola, lo Mr. Wll
lard (ieorge llerron, eldest son of
Mr. and Mrs. Char lea Ellison llerron.
of Heal lie.
Mia House has always been ex
tremely popular at Kurt Worden.
and the army set was especially In
Ths announcement telegram was
presented by ths beautiful tittle
daughter of Mr and Xtra. Harvey
Tlbhal*. The lovely child, repreaent
Ing Cupid, attired chiefly In a tulle
«*«h, was the star attraction of the
TJ» drawtnr room* mljrM h*T»
k»a Cuptd'a bowtr, m adorn *d with
heart* w*r» thry. pendant from frral
hranc lira of fumrf willow*. Th»
mrnq carriNl out tb« nam* b««rt
Pr«"-edlnr th» announcement, auc
tion bndr* w»* played. the flr*t
prt» cnlt>« to Mm. lixininl Cutter,
of Wa«htnrton; the ner-ond to Mm
iHllman. wife of Major Krulfrtrk
Gilbert Ptllman. V. H. A.; the third
to Mr*. Ktiley, wlf« of Ctpltln
Joaeph Htilfy, I' R. A. The (ur«tl
who <«m« In for tea rut for • doxen
heart*. which were won by Mr*. A.
T Wrtarter.
Tho*e who aa*l*ted the ho*te«* at
Una happy evrnt were Mr*. Newton
O'Riw. of Heattle. Mra. A. K. Cole
■nan. Mm. W J. Frit*. Mm IV 11
Httl. Mm Hudaon H. Morrtaon. Mm
Han-ey Mia* Harriet Kvelyn
Mm. Oeorr* Welch, Mlaa
Mi«a llnuw wa* not present, a*
ahe WA* hoetewa on Monday evenlnr
at * dinner riven hy the Kappa
Alpha Th»t* Houae, at the t'nlver
ally of Waahlnirton. when her en
s*rem«"nt wa* announced to her
•orortty niatem.
Major John I.* w Tlujrtie*. T* K A..
retired, and Mr*. Hushe*. rave a
email dance on Saturday tor Mlaa
ilUKhea, which wa* much enjoyed
by Uie younrer »eL
FORT n.Ar.t.rn FTNCTIO?*
On Thuraday, offlrer*' nlrht at
the howllnr alley at Port Klarler.
aome very lively rime* wem played.
t*>th military and civilian pbtytra
taking part.
After the rnme*. following the run
torn ealahllahed by I.leutenant Col
onel Jnlru* Alphaeua Moore, I*. 8.
A., commander of Port Plafrler, a
dellrhtful aupper wa* nerved.
The boat* on thla occaalon were
Major Omer Alherton Newhouae.
medical corpa, U. 8. A, and Mra.
Twenty-five deatroyem are now
en route to Panama, amonr them
the William Jone.i, which touched at
Hullnnx Crii*. Mexico, from which
port a wire wn* received by Chaplain
M M. liOndahl, XT. P. A., of Port
Plnrler, from hla ton, Knalßn P. W.
Londohl, IT. 8. N.
Fort liftWton hna Its reception day.
following a custom prevalent on the
Atlantic conjit, and nlmoxt unlveraal
In Kurope, or wherever noddy la
highly oiranlMd.
The Kort Ijiwton day I* Wednes
day. and no drawing-room more pop
ular than that of Mrs. Charlea, wife
of Colonel Oscar J. Ch&rloa, IT. S.
A, colonel commanding.
onpKUKn TO rHii.rpriNKS
Captain K. K. Kl libit. t'. K. A., has
(been transferred from the Thirty
second Infantry at Fort l*HWton, to
the Fifty Kevcnth Infantry, and or
dered to the I'hlllpplncs.
Hefore taking the March transport.
Captain and Mr*. Klllott will spend
their leave with their people at lx>*
T.leulennnt John Ttarvey Madison,
TT. P. A., and t.leutenant l.ee R.
Orny. T T . K, A.. In charge of Fort
Casey dance*, announce that the
Saint Valentine's dance has tieen
canceled, due to Mines* on the post
Tlie committee hope* to give a liall,
a little later, nt one of the company
barracks, when It will lie iwwslble
,to have, as host and hostes*. the fort
commander. Captain Horsey J. Huth
erfonl, u. a. A., and Mrs. liuthor
«. • •
Prominent Stars With
San Carlo Opera
Anna Fitziu
The Ban t'arlo Orand Opera com
pany will give eight performance* at
ihn Metropolitan bagtnnlng Monday.
Kebruary 21. Thla organisation la
considered one of the leading corn
lain le* of It* kind on lour.
Anna Kltxlu and Alice Oentle, the
two mo*t notable gu* M *t urn. who
appeared with thla company during
It* oeaaon at the Manhattan opera
house In New York In September and
October, will be with the company
her<v MUM lltilu, tho atlll In her
twenties, hae already won an Inter
rational reputation. Thla brilliant
prima donna baa been heard here
only on«*e, and then In concert, ao
the keeneat anticipation la In atore
for music lover* a* alie ainga with
tli* Han Carlo force* In **Madama
Butterfly" and "Thai* '"
In addition to the Mlsxe* Kltxlu
and fierrtle, Mr. Kort una Oallo, Im
preearlo of tho Kan (!»rlo Orand Op
era company, brlnga Itettlna Krce
man. Mhe will sing here for the
fimt time on Thursday. Kebruary
In "Alda." her mart celebrated
role. Stella I»e Mette, tha favorite
mexao, will be the Arnnerla.
Other favorltea who return if*
Queerm Mario, who ha* rejoined the
Ban Carlo company expressly for
thla I"*ciflc Coast tour, Vincent*
11* Hester Mario Valla—two bar
itone* who are hard lo equal, Sofia
f'harleboia, Olu»eppn Agostlnl. Pletro
da lILaM and Nalalr CervL Among
the new star* with whom Callo ha*
strengthened hi* forced are I'ilade
Hlnagm and (lluaepp* Inaerlllo, ten
or»; Madeleina Keltl*. American *o
prano for whom a great (*rerr la
predicted by New Tork crttlna; and
May llarron. mexxo aoprano, lately
of the lloaton Opera company.
(iateano Merol* continue* aa moal
cat director, thu> being hi* third ax
ran In thla capacity. Tha repertoire
announced U:
Monday. "Lucia dl I Jimmermoor - *
Tuesday. "Mm*. Butterfly"; Wednes
day matinee, "Tale* of Hoffman";
Wednesday evening. "Carmen";
Thursday, "Alda"; Krtday. "Caval
lerka Hiwtlnana" and "1 Pagltaoct";
Saturday matinee, "THAI*". Saturday
evening, "II TTOV atore."
Josef Hofmann
Concert Thursday
On Thursday evenlnr Joaef Hof
rrutnn. on* of the world'* rroataat
planlat*. «rlll appear In concert at
tho Metropolitan theatre Mr. Hof
ntann need* little Introduction a* hta
fame ha* apread rapidly tine* he
ft ret toured the United ttales.
ll* will glv* the follow ln( pro
fnnata ta C W*ar* »mor. Opa* It
AM*fr« Kner*tr*
Aitmr - Ktprtftalv*
lilrti at IHkwa ....... Tumi# TM!lon
Mud* rir concert la f* Minor ...
V fii»mt«r«
rarneval . Kebumann
preamble ("tilarlaa
f'Urrat t'hopln
A'l«iun Kxrelt*
V«l» Sftkl# ltK<>nrial«Mft' , «
IVuwb u< Tantalon at <Ntl
l>miaa umMno
<w>|>i#tla Alltmud*
b*i tree Da*- A»au
•aula* I mm*na4*
Martha flu Pa*t<t«bur'lier contra tea
<ta Vienna »■■■» ■■■ Minh«t-TJnt
Hwattc I >an<. .................... (tans
l.entul<l t'aace .............. ttrrtaMna
Hhapaodla No. I Lint
Albany Ritchie
- 4
A mnt enjoyable concert w*» riv
en but evenlnr In Meany Hall by the
H<attln Symphony Orchestra and
AlWny Ritchie, concertmaater of the
orchestra, who wa* the aolotat.
I'or the openlur nutnher* the or
clieetr* rave overture "In Hprtnr
tlme," by Qoldtnark. and Haint-
Kaena' aymphonlr poem, "Omphale'a
Spinning Wlieel." both belnr well re
celved. For the finnle Hymphony
No. 6, "Prom the New World," K
Minor, Opu* 9S, by Dvorak, waa |tlv
"ii Thin manterpleco ha.i been played
by the orcheatra before thla aeamin
and mm audi a f.ivortte that It wiia
repealed, at Inat nlffht'a concert, by
Mr. Albany Ritchie, vlollnlat. wan
the aololat. Ilia tonra are rich, full
clear, and hta technique la "Uch
! that It meeta every demand. He la
nn excellent artlat poaa«'»alnr tho
moat eaaentlal quallflcatlona which
i nmke for aucceaa. In Hralima' I)
Major ConoTto for violin and
thank you- K&r)
I always use \J
"I never fall to look for the blue
box with the OJNII Jar inside, and
nothing olw will do a* I am con
vinced that. Rcalnoi Ointment cannot
l>f> excelled for ecueina. rashes, and
similar Irritations" This la the at
tlttKle of hundred* of people who
know that ItewlnoT* penile medio*
Hon rarely fall* to atop Itching and
burning at once and ruatore skin
AN rinigglnta «etl W tn tip* Rltea
never la bulk. J/MIWM tin >MI<» JL
To Remember
MTI BV94T. mint AIIV It—
Th« Oval rluh In flva m h*naf If
dan»-a at lh« f'Mmpum mrtnory
f'nrtf #«ri for of N««m«
*vmph<my «»rrli«*lrt k( tha Hip-
Kt.flMl 4NV 14—
Mim Marjortu Mlll»r !o entertain
ihr Motid «f l'ra< f tea flub *1
Th« I«' uliy wlvaa will *nt»r»aln
• I the Club h«ue» on lb« • »m
Mr and Mr# Oiarlea II Bornaft •
dlnnr-r in cirtiipllm*fi( to Mr II
It ffhaphardaon of Minna*polla
Mr * ft'J Mrs Mori fr'nrrmr in mnt + r
fain mi dinner |>re< *dlr<ff lh*
Hrmphonf Or«hM(fl'a |t#nefit
Mra Imulw f'hnmberlln
will be litaiffM at tea, given In
mrupli mant to Mri Walter I'
Ho« I*l Harvlra Hill will m»M with
Mr« J |, llulin** in lb* Kulalla
'Avarirnonia, 79? Boren n%a
I»r M>.g Mr* frederlek M«ntler
will b« imaia al dinner, lairr at
tending the Mymphony Orch«aira
Hrl>»fU ron«ert.
wrjiMwiu*. i in MI AH* i*—
Th« marriar* of Mln ft nth llanami
to Mr iMia lte< k >*a Harlan, at
homa alt o'dm h
Mumt liak«r fmrk lA»a*tiaaH • lub
will m#«t at 'lub houaa at 1
o rlw k
Mr* Charlaa i*t< i*o tUf to enter
• aln with a iun» h»on at bum a,
e«m|illmri)ilftf M ra. Robert L
Ur»an of Chicago
Mr* Arthur Wlltlan Fran will fet
hoatMia at a tea. complimenting
Her daughter. Mra. Hanry A.
Pratt, and tha aim* evening a
aupprr-daika In 'H»inpltm» , nt to
her m»»», Mlaa Catherine
Kr%j»*-e» Howard
Tha murriH*' of Ml*e Irit fUrhal
l.undr to Mr Haxold It'ea Mm
day. al tha Alpha 'iamma IkMa
Pororltr Ipiiaa, « It o'«-to*fc
orchestra. h" had ample opportunity
lo show all the qualities of his play
ing Ha was rr"<"l wltj prolonged
applause an<l responded with "Ko
by Rinding. Mr. Kitchle'a
mjprrh playing was thoroly appreci
ntnd and hi* nurrwit wm marked.
Knille Hebrew Hnmolrnt HwWjr
Heattle Hebrew Henevolent society
sewing day will be held at the edu
rational renter Monday, February
14. 10 until &. A largo attendance
I* desired.
If you aspire to re*] srnartnee*
thl» season you murt own a be
ruffled taffeta dress with bell
sleeves. And aa there la no iMrm>nt
a woman cnan set more wear out of
on more different occasion* than a
taffeta dreea. It U economy to
possess one.
While tailored lines wUI remain
straight thia coming spring and
•ummer. aporta skirts excepted, of
course, taffeta, foulard and all the
thinner waah materials will be made
up bouffant.
OvemkirU. wide tucka. eord* and
old-fashioned puff trimming ail will
be used during the coming season
to emphasise tha Idea of fullness.
Ho cleverly are these manipulated,
however, that a minimum amount
of material ta used.
y J *\oTv^\xe
Give "California Syrup of Figs" only—Say "California"
If roar little one U wit-of-aorta,
hdir slrk, Isn't resting. eating, »nd
acting naturally—look. Mother! see If
tong>je ts coated. This is a *ure
dan that tta little stomach. liver and
bowel* are clogged with *•»!«. Give
a te«a«poonful of "California Syrup of
Klgs" and tn a few hours all the
constipated pol*on. undigested food,
and pour bile gently paas and you
You May Beco
Abraham Lincoln's success was founded on
thrift. He believed in saving time and money.
Today we honor the memory of this man who be
lieved any one may be prosperous, and who encour
aged industry and enterprise for iudividual or nation
al good.
A savings account is the first step toward that inde
pendence which all desire to attain.
The Dexter Horton Trust and
Savings Bank
Second Avenue and Cherry Street
Combined resources Doxter Horton Trust and Savings
Bank and Dexter Horton National Bank exceed
ttxTfrt-nAT. rt, -rrei
Mr*. J. M Miliar, who I* »h»
Kwmi af Mr« Churl'* K.
Kill l»«vc Tu— day f»r Kv«r»U. whrr#
»h» will hn lh<! gur.nl »f Mr«. Kratt.
Mr* Torll H Torlnnd I* *vr 111 * •
frw day* wl»h h«-r mother. Mr*
c"Ji»rl«-« K. Claypool, on Vwlm
Mm. J. W. Wllllum*. hon»» *
of Mr. and Mr* W. H PiraoM, who
ka vmltln* friend* In BarUmrUffl for
11 ahort Umr, will return Wrdtn-wtojr. J
Mlaa lnHb*! Jaoobn. of Hcdro Wool.
Icy, irrtvMl ltut evening to !><• tha
of h«T mother, Mm K. H. J#
Mr and Mra William Edrla Wt
yraterday tor thn Bant.
Dr. O-oriro B MeCulloch r*-
turncd fmlwdajr from OsilfomU
wh«rw h* hit* If a vialting alnoft
early In M#*«mb»r.
Mr and Mra. O K. M Pratt r*
lumnl W«Jn««Jay from a fortfiigtit's
vUlt In Chicago.
Mr*. Da rid Kdwtrd Bkinn*r and
MIH* lAnm H»ram left lor
Ui« Ka*t, wti€r« nt«out March 1&,
with Mr. HkJnrifr. they win nail on
ttMi lmp*rt*.ior tor nr> eiii , n'lfld K»»
roptan trip.
Mm W B Martin J»ft y»-rt<-r4ay
tnr Washington. D. C.. and N«w
York. vU N»w Or1«-.*ri» and St.
Atjjpiwf tn*. Hhe plan* to l>« jron«
two months.
in** MarJorle Kohlman of Van-
Mttnr, H. C.. la the house guest of
Mr. and Mm. <l. E M. Pratt.
Mr. and Mr% Frederick P. Rbe*-
man returned thla week from a *
of several month* In California.
Annual Banquet of
The King Countxj
Medical Society
The annual banquet of the Kin*
County Medical Hodety will b»<
given at the ISungalow Inn. on Mon
day evening. Feb. It. at 7 o'clock,
with Dr. Homer Dudley. Oia retiring
president. aa the honor gueet. Tick
ets may t>e oblalned at Hubenstein'a
Pharmacy, or at the Inn.
There are many u»ea for the rood
parts of an otherwise worn-out rain
Neat bugs for swimming toga may
be made from the largest portion*,
while em< h aleeve will make a ca#»
for rubber*. Bchool children will ap
preciate the*" latter, for many la tha
morning It "look* like rain" when rub
ber* ahould be taken to school tho
not nemutarlly on the feet. The nov
elty of a bag for rubber* will appeal
to the kiddies and prevent many a
case of anlfflea.
Have such portions of old ralneoatg
aa are not fit for bag* to throw over
the ice cake in the refrigerator. It
will retard melting.
hare • well, playful child again.
Mother* cu reat nuy after iivlD|
this harmletis laxative because it
never falla. Children dearly lore Us
delicious, •fruity" taste. Pol] direc
tions for bablee and for children of
all ages printed on each bottle. Be
ware of counterfeits. Mother, yea
must my "California." If you don't
say "California" you may get an imi
tation fig syrup.

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