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Society Sunset Club to Entertain With Period Costume Recital; Mr. and Mrs. Pratt Will He Dinner Hosts; Mr. and Mrs. Strhve Will Entertain. ON YTBDNESDAY afternoon at S o'clock tho m»rab»r» of the Sun art club ana their friend* will Nr a period roytumr rwHUI, with Mr* William Paabody, aoprano. ami Mr gwtst MeCool. pianlat. aa the artiala The hoeteaee* for the dav will he Mrs. Trafford HiAmo* and Mlaa Mil ■ Ark Rotwrtji JTittWlnf la the pro gram: "*• riarWcl" a Mill". gearlattl Tu .Haaaanl Mr*. F«el»»dr "faaliHWlr" Taual* •Vaprtcch." •mrlattl Taual* M -U*m«n J He* Mai ' Minuet d'Staa ad," 'lm Amour* d# J**a Hiaa teeath <#»turv I»er«er»it.» Mr* I'eaboUr -T,« f tu - Bube* "iitioin Nactara* ' Haaal-Pewla -The Mill** •* wrß * Mm PrabedT -tetua ntov .faimgwa , Htoa»t>*Kle Hay ' <Jrata«*r Mr IKrCMI ten>* pa*nt*. John Al«t tr Carp*%%•* "Ow * *cr++n" —fo a Younic Mr* P*ftNMl). • • • Dinner to Compliment Departing Guests Mr. and Mm. O. E. M. Trail will entertain with a dinner of twenty cover* at their wMmW ThurmUv tvtninK. honoring Dr. und Mr*. A 1 b«rt Irving Rouffleur. a a • Mr. and Mrs. Struve to Be Supper Hosts Entertaining at their Iwme tomor <gught*r. Ethel, to Mr K. It Itouah. Btruv. wilt be "upper host*. <-ov*r« bring placed for twelve gueata. • • a Mrs. Gates Will Compliment Mrs. Williams In compliment to Mr*. J. \V. Wll- Items. of Minneapolis. who la the iMHtae guest of Mr. and Mr*. William H. Faraon* Mr». B L. Oate* haa eg tended Invitation* to a luncheon of twenty-four cover* at the Rainier dub. on Tueaday. March I, to be fol lowed by an afternoon of bridge at Ue Galea residence. • • a Miss Broicn Entertains Mljm Lurllne Brown entertained at her home in the St Paul apartment* this afternoon, with a bridge party of four table*. Tomorrow evening Mlaa Brown will again be hoateaa at a bridge evening to be' given at her (MOM. *a • • Engagement of Miss Dnscoll and Mr. Strout Announced Mr*. John J. Drtacotl of New Or hut, l«a. Saturday announced the engagement of her daughter Amy France* to Mr. Edwin A. Strout, Jr.. •on of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Strout Of thla city. a e a Luncheon at Rainier Club Mr*. M. H. Prelum complimented lira. Rot#rt !» Green with a lunch eon at the lutnler cluh thla after- Boon, this gueata later attending the matinee a a a Miss Urquhart Weds Mr. Smith in Chehalis Church On Saturday evening, In the Westminster Presbyterian church In Cbchall*. waa solemnized the mar rtege of Mis* Anna Louise Ur«tu hart, daughter of Mr. and Mra. Wit liara Muir Urquhart. to Mr Auatln C. Smith, aon of Dr. and Mra. C'lar ence Auatln Smith, of Seattle, Key. T. Davis Acheaon reading the aerv- Ice Aft«r the ceremony a aupper wax served at the home of the bride* parent*. Mr anl Mr* Smith left for Can ada by motor, on a short wedding trip. On their return they will de part for Chicago, where they will mako their home. Mra. Smith attended Mlaa Ran gome'* school In Piedmont. Cal.. and Inter studied voice In New York. Mr, Smith Is a graduate of Yale and during the war received hi* oooimieaton In the air service at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Among the out-of-town gueata at fhe wedding were Dr. and Mra. Clarence Smith. Mix* Harriet Smith, Mr. and Mr* Phillip Klnxer, Judge and Mr* Kverett Smith, Dr. and Mra. Walter Johnston. Mra. ■airy Louis Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Prank E. B. Smith, of Seattle. Miss Doris Welch, of Relllngham; Mr* Frederick Strong and Mlc* Marjorie Okmeron. of Portland, and Mr. and Mra. S. C. Mumby and the Mlsnes Anna and Mildred Mumby, of Olym 9** a a • Mrs. Guie to Entertain in Olympia Mra. K. Heater Guie ha*l**u«d in ▼ Ration* to a Urge tea next Wed nesday afternoon at the Olympian hotel in Olympia. • • • Dinner at Women's University Club Tha Women'! University club will will entertain with a club dinner Wednesday evening, February 23. FOR SKIN TORTURES Zemo, the Clean, Antiseptic LJqoid, Jutf What You Need. Is Not Greasy Don't worry about eczema or other •kin troubles. You can have a clear, healthy skin br ttS)ng Zemo. Ob tained at any drag store (or 35c, or extra Urge bottle for SI.OO. Zemo generally removes pimple*, blackhead-, blotches, eczema and ring worm and makes the skin clear and healthy. Zemo is a clean, penetrating, antiseptic liquid, neither sticky nor greasy and stains nothing. It is easily applied and costs a mere trifle (or each application. It it always dependable. Tlx E. W. Row Co. Cleveland, a —AUvtrUatnie.nl. Dvvight Lockwood Packard The little son of Dr. Harry P. Packard, medical missionary to Persia, ami Mrs. Packard. Littlr Duight is four yearn old, and was born in L'rumia. Persia. —Portrait by James <£■ Aterrihew Personal Dr. and Mr*. Charie* F. Engela, of Tacema. apent the week-end aa the gueata of Mr. and Mm. Frederick Dent Hammona, at their home In the Waahlngton apartment*. e e a Mrs. Falcon Joalln. who la visiting In California, ia expected to return In about two week*. • • • Mr. and Mr* Karl Itarbaugh apent the week-end In Portland. Or* • a • Mm Charlee 11. Hamilton returned Saturday from an extended trip to California. < • • • Mra Harry Rol<-om and Mr* Walter Fulton are at present at Coro nado. Cal. a a a Mr. John Chombertin and daugh ter. Mlaa luabella C'hamberlln. will leave thla week for Fort Worth, Tarn. • • • Mra Oeorge Kenyon departed Frt day morning for I-o* Angelee. where ahe will Join Mr Kenyon and spend the remainder of the Printer. • a a Mlaa Mae English left r~*n!ly for Lo* Angelea. where ahe will make her home a a a Mr. and Mr* John Sparrur have removed from the Sheridan apart ment* to the Waahingtoa apart ment*. 0 0 0 Mr Erne*t Janowsky. with Mr* Janowsky. Mr Charie* Tryner and Mr -Otto Lukaiwek. membera for the (>a*t sea aon of fh« Seattle Symphony orcheatra, left Thursday for their home* In Chicago. • a e Jfr. Eugene DeVaux and Mr Joneph J. Gilbert, of the Symphony orcheatra. left Saturday morning for their homea In New York city and Boa ton # a a a Mr. Gilbert I. Duffy returned Sat urday from a ahort trip to California. • • 0 Mr W. Dwtght Mead ha* returned from a a few day* spent In Olympia. • • • Mra. Theodore S Flardenberg and Mia* llardcnberg have recently re turned from a viait of aaveral month* In California. • • • ' The Orthopedic Tea Shop and the Thrift Shop will be cloaed all day to morrow. at i iO o'clock. A feature of the evening will be a reaiiatlc faahlon show, given by one of the prominent shops In town. The hostesse* will be Mrs. Daniel B Trefethen and Mra Walter B. Nettleton. • • a Alaska Visitor C<rmplimented Entertaining In honor of Mr*. Stephen Oliver Caaler, of Valdex, Alaska, Mra Carl Ix>ul* Torkelaon was hoate** at her home on Friday at an attractive tea. The dainty tea table, with Its ban ket of blo**om* In the paatet shade*, was presided over by Mm. Ruth J. Lyon* and Mrs. Clifford Hogle. During the afternoon a delightful mu*lcal program was tflven by Mr*. Oaaler, Mlvs Rose Gold and Miaa Dorothy Lyon*. a a a Interesting Affairs Planned Mr*. Nathan Kcknteln !>»* planned two Interesting affair* to be given at her home on Wednesday and Thurs day afternoon, March 2 und 3. On each occasion Mrs. Ix>ulae Van Ogle. In her charming way, will In terpret Carpentler'* opera, "Ix>ulae." • * • Farewell Luncheon In honor of Mr». B. F, F'hlUlp* and her sister, Mra. Kmll? lingers, who are departing the last of thla month for Kansas CHty, Mo„ Mra K, A. Tobey recently entertained the member* of the Wisconsin Oold enrod club with a farewell luncheon at her home. e e e Engagement Anv/runced Mr. and Mr*. Algorna Klmpaon an nounce the engagement n f their daughter, Kthel, to Mr, K. 11. Hush, aon of Mm. IHJIUIII- Ilush of tlila city. The wedding will take place about Kaater. Women, oilier than relative*, are not permitted to visit prisoners in I King Ming prlaon, New York. ' Music San Carlo Opera Tonight I*rlma donnas and other tun wheae B»n»« are famous on two continents idd lu»ter lo lh« rwetac of tha Man (Vlo Opera Company and hare ruiin) Inttfui In the en- Ctt*»mrnl of (hit famous orvanlnt (ton at the Mrtropoliun thaa(ra. U ■innlnr tonlcht. fortune (iallo la l>rtn«UiK h«» intact the rank and file of the company that won no much acclaim during their -»«ar.n at (ha Manhattan oper* house In New York during Heptrmlw>r and (ktot*r Mr < 1*11" alao tiring* thr two notable W*»t artiata who appeared with hla forces In New Tork. Anna Kli*tu and Allra «}entle Ml«a < Jen tie haa a plaoa tn tha heart* of tha public tn which no ona wtll aoon supplant har And lhara la tha k*»n««t rtifio«dty »« tvaar Anna PVzlu tn opera. Ifar ona appearance hara In concert two years ago revealed har as an arlJat and a young woman of great (vauty and charm. In addition aha la reput ad to la ona of tha moat rtmacien tlous of artiata It la known that tha reason ah» la not now with the Mat ropolllan Opera Company la (■"-auac aha prefers thr mora active reglm that aha haa adopted (nlfrviarilnf har rnnemxita with tha Kan Carlo Company with concert recitals «he constantly enlarges har scope Hettlna freeman. formarly of Cn vent Oarden, a dramatic aoprnno of grc«» power, will make har first appearance here In tha tioa rr.la of "Alda" on Thursday evening. K'liniiry !4 Also Queens Mario, that f.ivonte coloratura who established herself hara during tha pnxt two *e«. •ona, haa rejoined tha Man Carlo Company for thla tour of tha Pacific Croat. « All tha favorites of laat ynar are •till enlisted with Oallo. Including C.htaappa Agostml. Htelln DeMette, Vlnranta Palleater. Mario Valla. P«-ltro liaßlaal and N'alala Cerrt who hava rrtumad to tha company thla yaar and will ba haard In several Iro portant role*. Among tha new star* ara Pllade Hlnnfrra. Hpanlah tenor; Madelelna Keltie. a beautiful young American lyric soprano; May Itarron. mmo aoprano. and Oluaeppe tnzerlllo, a tenor who upholds tha Italliui tradl ! tlon. WOMAN SICK FOUR YEARS Wm Finally Made Wall by Lydia L Pinkham't Vege table Compound St«*ns, Miss.— "I wm all run down wid nervous with female trouble and Bmy aides patnec me »o at thnci that I could hardh walk. I sufferc for fouryearswitl it. Then I u« your advertise ment in the paper* and I began tak ing LydiaE. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. I feel stronger and am able to do moat of my housework now. I recommend your Vegetable Compound to my friends and you may use this letter if you care to do so."—Mrs. W. H. HI.AKK, Route 1, Steens, Miaa. How many women, overworked, tired and ailing, keep up the ceaseless treadmill of their daily duties until thevare afflicted with female troubles as Mrs. Blake was, and are run down, weak and nervous. But every such woman should be convinced by the many letters like hers which we are constantly publishing, proving be yond question that Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound will overcome such troubles, and write to the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., in regard to their V.Uv PROPOHAIJI Will' by the llur.nu of Htipplir>« «nd Account n Navy l>opartm<>iit, Wanhlnatuii l»] C, until 10 o'clock « in.. Msf< h | I*2l, for delivering tiisti «p«>d ~,u n. ternlnk* to the Navy V«r<l, Pugpt Hound, Wash. Apply f«.i proposals to Hiinplv Officer. Nitvy Vard. Puget Kounu, Wauli , or to Inn ICtiresu of Supplied and Account*. C. J l'Ko- I'I.MH. Acting I'h> mavlur General of tbs Navy. 2-X-2L Tll K BEATTIJE STAR ClLtuubiS ( 1.1 IIS MIH TI'KHDAV Nralllr Woman'* Club The literary Interpretation rla*"« of Seattle Wnnutn's club, with Mrs Minis lleciic. instructor, will meet nt 1 p 111 with Miss Mnild Mc (lough, 1416 IMh ave Current Toplca department, will meet with Ml«s Met lough at 2ld p in . with Mrs 1 .ee Wheeler In icharge s s s C'lo* erlraf llramallr I lub The mothers of the memlM-rs of floveiieaf Oramatlc club will inecl with Mrs F W Noiiierry, »!l Itatley st., at 110 p m for a mothers' conference. Refreshments will be serve*l s s s Wrllm' (tub Visitors are waleome at the meet. Ing of the Writers' club, to he held at I p in In Ihe Krlikuo club j rooms. Y. *W. C. A. Manuscript* will be read ny Mrs K I. Adklns, Miss Mary Kune, Mlas Helen Mar ing and Mr James M Stamps * s s Mallard I ton a* Circle Mrs C II MM-aln. tZX «IH> st . 'will be lm«la* to llallanl circle at t p m • • • Rhotbab-ixlron Srwlng flub An allday mealing of the Rhodo | lendroti Hewing club will be held with Mrs. I>. T Cooper. 7111 «oth st. H W. . . * Ktsie l.liMolu llenedb t Club Tha human aimlyola class of l-Usia Um»ln llenedict club will meet at * p m at til tllfcbe building, First ave and Madlaon at. Heading* Will lie ghen by Prof A I. Hlser, I'h I), and I'rof, John K Ayar. • • • Neighbor* of H oMlrrtll The campaign committee of the Neighbors of Woodrrwft will gtve a cwrd party at t p, m In «0» Hog* Annex ass Totem Club ( horu* At TSO p. m the Totem flub Chorus will meet In ths club rooms, Hoga Annex a a a Seattle |*4|e No. 7 H*attl# laslge No. I, liegree of Honor, prolectlve aaaoi-iatlon, au*- lllary lo Kvergreen Ixslre No J, A. Or W . Will observe Wash ington's birthday wtth • progressive whist parly at *lO p. m In Kver green hall. Arcade building Re frmhment* will be served and all friends are Invited to attend s s s W n H IMf W O W IMI will glv# a dance In their ball. Fourth ave ai.<t Ms on st. Tueisday, February JJ. at » p m No admlanlon charge ess FJlloti nay (amp M W A. Cntform Rank of Klllott Ra) ('Amp. M W A., at Knight* of Pythla* hall. Third ave and Vl r glnta *t. Imnre for member* and friend* • • a lauM Camp laurel (\mp at Swedish hall Initiation. a a a Parliamentary Procedure Orpl Woman's Onlury (lub Parliamentary procedure depart ment of the Woman's Cenlury elub at Y W. C A. at t p. m • as F.ae l ern Star Clnb Kastern Star club at club room* 4090 Arcade building, at 1 o'clock Card party to which all Kim tern Star* and Ihrtr friends Invited, s s s l*4y Stirling Chapter, I». A. fL la»dy Stirling Chapter. D. A R. with regent. Mrs. P S Master*. :«7 Franklin st. from S to t o'clock. s # s ladle* - Autdiary Seattle (■ltiliUallc Hortety 1 Adieu" auxiliary. Seattle Clym nastlr society, at UI9 Klghth ave., at i.K p. m. Cards s s s l.rrenimod I. 0. O. T. I -odge CJreenwo«*l I. O. O. F. Ixilge and Coagrove Rebekah club in Odd Fe|. low* hall. Fremont, al II 10 p m Get together meeting and card party. Harrow g IIMMMMD Hl* Onllnanrr Ut9S, Rrrtinn 1.1 8 I A PROHIBITS I I'M of Slrvn or Whtatle 8 Buy a Horn I Hlmln I land Horn E jK f Special $3.35 S = —„ 0 Ford Cylinder I 1 Head Gaskets | I iJJILiJr Spec!.' 45e | | Adamson Vulcanizers—for Tubes H (O Special at 98c £• (CSS* UWverwU, for tuhe« ami ranlnjrn; uporUl $1.25 HJ SI Autoscope Windshield I Cleaners si H'KUlar |1 SO value. uprcini 98? I ;'®s Auto Robes and Gloves 1 H ■ >/, to '/, Off = 1 jdMn Carbona Fire Extinguishers = 55 Tbr BMI Rillncuhlvr Mtdr 5 2 Complete with bracket for nut" 02.00 35 9 L. SaJr Wcdnwday St.,r« ri.*rd TIII<MIA> 5 | fotet Hafdwafe (?§ I (AVENUE md PIKE STCIEI 1 = (WrnxJ door ita (b/ifim A. It K. M. K- Club A It K. M. K. club with Mi* Anna Hcott Kddy. l>* *»< have. All Ka*ta« Star* Invltad • * • t anmlian M mi«n'« Hob Colonial Tw The Ca mid lan Woman's dub will aive a iMtloninl tea Tuesday avenlng in Ihe Kju-tcrn Hlar rluh rooms, «n»o Arcade hulldlXg. MtMMMlni at * o'clock, for members and filcmb Tl»e committa«, inider the dlrtsilon of Mr*. J H. Kournler have ar mtiKed a tnuslrul program, Irw ludliuc Mla» Mildred T« trhens. vocalist, Mrs [.ewls Htanlon. planlat. and Mr* Thomas < ireetilcss. vocallat Con ' • ludln* the program will he a colon U1 minuet by a group of children Mrs Archie McUean. chairman of the entertainment rornmlttar, has aim arranged for a social hour, when refreshments will tie served Mem Iters will wear colonial coatume A martins "f the executive mm mlttee will be held at 7JO p m. a a • Kainier D. A. K. Itainler chapter, U A. It., will meet Tuetslay, February tl, at the Hotel Sorrento, * The program alll coinlM hf an address by I'rof Oliver IL Hl' hard sin, of Ihe t'nlvsrslty of Washing lon. who will speak en 'The New and Official Light t'pon the Imme diate llesponslblllty of the World War," ami a group of songs hy Mr« I'hlllp H Apfel, accompanied by Mt* Joseph K. Tlmmn <ai "Knowest Thou Noi This Kalr l«nd " frtim the opera "Mlgtion"; tbi "Nlghilngale Hong " by Nsvln, (e» "In the Time of Hoars," by Helchardt • • • aihhtion ai. ri.i im Quern ImIUUI", T- I- 1. gtieen Institute, Y. U 1.. announ ces for the evening of Thursilay. February 24. a big o|nn m*e< ng which will be held in Ihe Knlghta of Columbus hall, and to which every Catholic young woman in the city la Invited Aa a feature of tha Irri-r isllnf program which has been ar ranged by a committee of which Ml« Vrronlc* Kelly la chairman. Itev. Father James paaior of Hi. -Marsarrls church, will give an addrsai on "Conditions m I re land °* Father Iwinlgan will relate many thrilling Incident*, some of Which he Pipertenceal himself on bis I recent trip to Ireland. Mr Mb-hsle lie Cam. famous Italian bartt<me, will glvs narveral selectlona. and other numbers on tha program Include a solo by Mlas France* Mullen, memo soprano. Impersonal ions of Harry Istuder. by Mr Young, a solo b) Mtrj Kthel Hannan. soprano, reading by Mr (tiartes Muriariy, and selections by the Y. U I. orchestra, • • • (LarheiorV Hub Iknrr The ne»l dance of the ltarhck>r* • lub will be given Saturday e\rning. March IX, in tha Masonic tempts, under the title of the ' Kmerald Ball ~ Thla la the dub's third annual lance and II la Intended to make It one of the most elaborate and on usual. Tha committee In char re In cludes M«-srrs. Charles ltri< kel. tlarar Heeger. Clyde llogers, Herbert Meli dorf, Vernon K lee per, Jr., and John Mllner. chairman. • • • IHarr and Card Party Mystic Social rlub will celebrate It* }lth anniversary with a snow lance and card party In Doug las hall. l#th ave and K. line at. Fri day. February )E. I>a»ving al I p m Novel feature# wilt be Intro duced Rebekahs. Odd Fellows and friends ar# Invited. s s • Commonwealth (lab Tbe Commonwealth club will meet t< .igtit. February >l. at the Hood lists cafeteria, 7 o'clock. Mr*. Kmnu I. Rhode# will address tha club on Hawaii." All weJcom#. Hucreaaful treatment of dlseaaed tonsil* and throat without operation, testimonial* Herb Medicine Co., I Vox 111, Seattle. We dye your rajr* and old carpets and weave them into handsome rujrs. The Fizzy Huzzy l«f Co. Phone Capitol ISM ITig^c ogp VALESKA SVRATT AT THE MOO UK Vulseka Sural t, Willi ft catch In Mr Vancouver voice. with 11 >n wivn rollum In her hair, with tha ermine on h«r nightie. drops lb# "trllla*" itll'l "lalox" of tha mimical comedy for the "ya" and "r r ra" of thrilling "mellerdranm" at the Mixir* this week ami Incidentally treat* the pa tron* to *ome nu I emotional a<iinif Aliiy aaebated by John Mi Farbuid. whose Mood bolls, arid whin" 1 twth threaten to crack each other, he clenches them so hard. unless he haa hie bucket of blood ftir breakfuat, Miee Huratt present* an act ttiat <ll* ■ plays ber versatility tn pleasing fruihlon. The art, written by Jack t*lt. reeks with the spirit of the under i world. Johnny IturVe I* I Kirk wlf?£linjr hie fltig«*rs al the military life to tha Im mMiw delight of #veryona, eape>lally I hoe* who dared not do ao for two yeiir* or leaa Iturke's piping voire and ynnmlling fare era premier tick lera Also hla ruby beexer no I #vln I* a aw ret morsel, topped hy the most moat moat sttpar \ lative red hair Her hair IN ah per fe»-t, while Flo heraelf Is original and entertaining. quite naturully. Trua Mr# and Flo Newton "are paaaed hy tha pure fun law* and | lalielled original " Tliey live up to | the laliel excellently I llarry Knhne nmnxr#, entertain*, I pillule*, mystifies and. generally, haa the audience rnplng and scratching | ila varlou* hmda with hie quintuple mind concentration Kahna la to all appearances ■ rrieaial wlxard and the anawer to "Ho# doe* ha do It?" would lie a bearraL llert and Florence Mayo are at lH>me on the t«#r* aerial. As »rro hat* they are original and pleasing In snng and dance oddltlea. Ham flrey and Iteatjice Old nose close the 1 1.11l llurnett'a orrheei ra furnishaa muaic. while IJterary 1 ureal Toplce and Klnogram* comprise the reat of tha program • a a '•WEDDING BELLS" AT THE WILKES Another new fare greeted Wllkas theatre patrons H'tnday afternoon when laur* Arnold made her Iww aa the new leading lady, succeeding Jane Morran Mia* Arnobl played a rather In significant rola with rredltahle force, futneaa and art I "try In the New York •ucreaa. "Wedding Rella." The play la the atory of a divorced wife who Intenrenea to nave her husband from a second marriage undertaken mere ly In the hoi>e that he might thus forget hla first wtfa. Joseph McManu*. Ihe new leading man who made hla Initial appear ance last week, acceptably handles the role of a dishing young New Yorker who eats hla heart out over the loos via the dlvon* court of hla wife and tries to save himself from despair hy marrying a "sweet young thing. Tha "sweet young thing" la at.ly represented by popular Mary Thorns, Howard Ruasen. aa a dandy and cloaa friend of the divorced hustiand, scored »t par cant with hla ei ..*-1y part. Fmmett Vocmn. as an orer sentl mental poet. Norman Kensler aa an Fngllsh holler. Melhn Palmer, as a Kngllsh hutler. Meltsi Palmer as a middle ar»«d matron, and Krman Hearey as a Japanese houielny. ail portray their part* well. s • s -KISS A-MTSS" AT LEVY'S ORPHEUM With on abundance of slac# mon ey. roulalte wheel* and numrrou* other gambling device* fitting Into tha Monte Carlo setting "Ktaa A Mlsa.T the offering at levy's Or pheum this week, la filled with lively S VtWL 'I A m. MF** In'ittonui and ratehy musical num bTH lew White, Oaoar Merard and Kd die Wright are tha chief merryrnak era. with Ituby Uii* Millie lllngham and Ted t'llrnark helping the fun along. LUlmark. Mla< lang and Mis* Ring ham have the lending song Special »!«•*. with tha chorus of 20 glrla aa •luting. The management announce* that Tuea<lay night there will be an sma teur i«e rforrnanre in conjunction with the regular ahow • • • PALACE HIP PILL *WELI*-BA LANCED ftuoday audiences at !/-»*'« I'al ace Hip welcomed gencrotmly a well balanced and much varied ahow boajrtlng several featur<ra of atellar worth. One of the favortteH la l« I'etlte Muelnale. In whl'h a aentefte of pretty young women provide a bit of hatmony In mualc and color. Nancy Iloyer also capture* an ap. plaune hit In her admirable little playlet, * Mary Ix>u " llenry Teata ewl Marry Hamilton give the atal admirable Mtipport Nothing aerioua halt* the la lighter Incited by (!opea and llutton. two e<i»nlrlc cornelian* Klale Harvey I* captivating to look at and a plea*, ing entertainer. The equlllbrtstlc feat* of Victoria and Dupra, which Include rnme dif ficult and novel *tunta, are refreeh- Uigly enlivened ty pantomime com e«ly "fickle Women" i* the feature I photoplay. • • • BUNG AW W FEA Tl RES NEW MUSICAL REVUE Hunday evening fleorge Wood In tr<eluce<t hla aecond big company of entertainer* to the throng of diner* at the lltingalow theatre restaurant The new aggregation Include* Jack Holiton, a moet likable young chap aith a pleaeing voice and an abun dance Of pep; KrUd Meredith, a charming little dancer; Howard Evan*. a good singer. (Study* Vail and I Jin l*e. two dainty eoubrette* and a choru* of pretty glrla Tonight a feature at the Bungalow heatdaa tha musical revue, will be a darning contest. The I . S. • weather bureau will study air cum-nts from a station In Montana on the summit of the conti nental divide. MOTHER, I'M A MAN NOW And I dont want to look Mke a baby any longer, and besides all the hoy* In a»y class wnar long pants. "So. Jack. r*e told you often enough you'd have to wait a few months longer." It was lbe same old question and Jack was determined. "No. Jack, dear, I know you're big enough for them but we've bad so many ex panse* lately, and your old suit really doesn't look had and—" "Ob. well, lioUier." and Jack beamed. "If it's only a question of money, why. I'll attend to that." "But Jack, you have no money " "No. Mother, but I read the pa per*. and I've learned one thing that's going to be worth a suit to me it's that Cherry's have a store where I can get *>hat I want, yea. and you can. too, and you don't have to pay all cash when you get your suit. Tou know, a little something when you get It snd the balance —well, you know. I am working, and can make my weekly payments aa they require. Their store Is at SOT Rialto build Ing. Jnd *ve„ between Madison and Hprlng. over the Plg"n Whistle.— Advertisement. 1 MONDAY. FKBRT'ARV 21. 1321. DECLARES SHE IS AS ACTIVE AS A GIRL NOW Seattle Rexident Says Tanlae Han Made a Wonderful Change in Her "TuiUic did for me In Just • *>. ott . time what ! hud been trying fof month* lt> get other m*d!<ln»* to do "* i dc< lnre<l Mr*. John Woo*, 7119 22rd ave. N. W , Keattle "For « lone time," nald Mr*. Woog. "I Buffered from *p«-ll* of Indlgeatlon, and the last on* I liad liefore J rot To/ilac lasted for mon'h* and my suffering was «lmply aaful. My ap. petite left rn» and I actually dread<<J to eat on a/count of the misery that j followed My food aoured on mtM "tnm«f h, and I had sharp palna th(H h~-m»d to go clean through me. had awful headache* and spells dlnlnea*. wax nervous and couldn't sleep. and rot ao weak and rundow* It »"*» almost impossible for m» to do my homework. "But I certainly found tba rlrht medicine when I rot Tanlae. for my appetite now 1* fine and my dlge*. I tion iMriu to t,e perfect. I never [ «l»t>t better or felt h"tte r In my !lf«,» I am free from headache* a/id duosl neas, and my housework la more like recreation than work, for I feel aa strong and active aa a rlrl. I never In my life saw a medicine to «*juaJ Tnnlac. I consider It a prtoelaat treasure " Tnnlac la aold by the Bart ell Drvg Wore*. —Advertisement. Washing Won't Rid Head of Dandruff The only sure w»y to get rid of dandruff to to dissolve It, then ytm dee troy It entirely. To (Jo this, get about four ounces of ordinary arvon; apply It at night when reUM Ir.r: u»r enough to moisten the v-al|r and rub It In gently with the finger tip*. Do this tonight, and by morning mini. If not all, of your dandruff will be gone, and three or four mora ap plications will completely dissolve and entirely destroy every single sign and trace of It, no mat tar bow much dandruff you may have. Tou will find, too. that aJI itching and digging of the acalp will stop at ones, and your hair will be fluffy, lustrous, glousy, silky and soft, and look and fuel a hundred times better. Tou can get liquid arvon at any drugstore. It Is Inexpensive and never falls to do the work.—Adver tisement. J3 BLISS MNA33VB S="HERBS wwwwft Orer On* XflUoa SmtmSu Tablet* Tttalfcflj Laxative-Stimulator STOMACH LIVER KIDNEYS Correct* Constipation M CaiMUL M liMTraWKNta ■am rm aoon. ram a a sags ont MM I MU cuunß ■ atoms AIOMBO a BUSS MEDICAL (XX Ist. MM. WASHINGTON. D. C 1 Star Want Ada Got Rrmilta.