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PAGE * Seattle Society hi a for and Mrs. Frazer to Be Dinner Hosts; Miss Inglis Will Be Compli mented; Charming Af fair Planned for Miss Gazzam, rt CTI.KHRATION of their tenth wedding annlveranry, Major WIV- D Kraxer. IT. 8 A. and Mra fraaer are entertaining with a din ■•r at their bom* thla evening. Oovers will be placed tor Unity gWMta e e e Plans Delight fid Tea for Mu<s Inglis Aa a pr-e-nuptlal compliment to Vise Kathcrlne lngll*. Mra John M Dan.l baa extended Invitation* for a tea and miscellaneous show-r al tha heme of her mother. Mra. M. J rtxan. «?!0 SOlh ave N. K, on Tue» giy afternoon. May 10. from 4 until • o'clock. Receiving with the hwt •M and honor guest will be M'aa Betas Troy. Pre.-l.ling at tha urna are to be Mra. C. Wilbur M. Master. Mra Hob •rt R Fox. Jr., Mr* Cranns Krerett Ml telle 11 and Mm John Ijoor I <»-ke. aaMstrd by Mlaa Karto and Mt«* Clan- Stoltentx nt, Ml" C.retchen Brehnv Mi*s Kltaabeth Cha.tw> ( k an I Itlm Irene Burns, of Spokaiuw a a a Informal Tea Complimenting Miss Gazzam KVa Ruth Guam win be the com (Absented guest at an Informal tea Mra J. T I>ovey and Mra. Kenelm Wtnalow. Jr, are giving at the tiome •f Mr*. iHrvey on Thurwlsy after goon, with calling bouts from 4 until • •'•lock The Invitations bare been limited % tha InUmata friends of lha honor see Luncheon Arranged Mrs. Alexander M. Wetherill has ■granite-1 a luncheon at the Sunset dub tomorrow, preceding the fgu Mr W adnata lay afternoon prosnun. I Dinners Preceding Reception Dance A number of dinner parties are he planned to precede tha reception tonce. at wtucb Mr. and Mr*. Tbotnaa D. Plimaon win be hosts on evening. honoring Mr. and Mr*. John Arthur BaiUargeon (Mar Caret Amesi. Among them win b« Mr and Mrs XavrmoA Read ETtls. who will en tertain a party of friends at the-r bam: Mr. and Mr*. Charles H. Ear rail win entertain eight guests at the | Kalnier dob. and Mr. and Mr*. David IL Mom. with Mr and Mr*. VMerlU IL Parka, will be boats at ttg Horn residence at tha lllghUndi to a group of twelve. ass Pre-Nuptial Luncheon Idas Edith P.edfl-!d will ba hostess ttbrr borne on Prldajr afternoon, en tortolnlng with a luncheon, as a pre- BapUal compliment to Uias Ruth Only close friends of tha guest of kaoar have been Invited. s • • Wednesday Program at Sunset Club Tainorrow afternoon at the Stmset alnb Mr. Kenneth C. Beaton will en tortaln the memberx and their frtends With a talk on bis "Personal Expert SB ess." the hosteeaea to be Mrs. William Hunter McEwan and Mrs. Harry Whitney Treat. * s • Women's Auxiliary Rainier Noble Post to Give Bridfjc Tea The Women's Auxiliary to Rainier Noble post No. 1. American Legion. Win entertain with a bridge tea tn th* tea room of Frederick and Nfl son's on Tuesday afternoon, June 1, the proceeds to be used for the konefit of dUSihled ex service men. RMrones«e* and ticket committee *Ol be announced later. Mrs. Calkins TV 01 Be Hostess In compliment to Mrs Orrn*!Hi* Hamblen, who ha* reeontly returned from war work In Europe, and for SCr*. J. T. Scw.en. Mrs. P. J. Cal kins will be ho***-* on Friday at bar borne with a luncheon of twen ty-four cover*. The afternoon will be devoted to bridge. • • • Dinner at Home To compliment Mr and Mr*. Pat iiek Parnell Clark. Dr and Mm. Waiter A Moore win entertain with an informal dinner at their home Dart Saturday evening. • • • Affairs to Compliment Betrothed Pair With Mian Kathertne Inglls and bar fiance. Mr Clyde Everett Hud speth. so the honor guests. Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Barry are entertain ing with a supper of fourteen cov er* at thetr residence next Sunday waning. Mlu Inglls and Mr. Hud speth were complimented last Run day by Mrs. Err.eat Minor, who en tertainer! with an Informal dinner at Snotjualmle Ixidge In their honor. • • • Luncheon to Honor Mrs. Hunter Mrs. D. H Nlckson will compli ment Mrs. James Hunter with a luncheon at her home on Friday. Places will be marked for twelve guesta and bridge will form the pleasure of the afternoon. • • • Informal Supper Mr and Mrs Frank H. Madden were hosts on Sunday evening at their home, entertaining with an in formal supper of nine covtra. • * * College Night Vaudeville Th* active and alumnae chapters Of Gamma Phi Beta sorority will entertain with a Collego Night Vaudeville In the Seattle Previa club auditorium on Friday. May 20. A program of sketchr-a, dar>o*a and aongx win he presented, and a •peclal college orchestra will fur nish music for the occasion. This fc ftisgrsun ana Ka ru*«xul ui August, WOMEN'S CLUBS m iM FOK WKI»NKNI»AT Ktbilir llraHi Woman's Chit Th* Rainier Mmi'h Woman'* club will meet at t o'clock at the Km*r •on school and at S o'clock Ih* Knieraon Parent Teacher association will meet. Mm 11. II Manillgii, who la a Parent Teacher ar -aorta' Inn ontajilaer. will attend th* meet g an<l assist In organising a ir* uMMliUon for n*xt > far. • • • Mount Dnkfr I'ui Wnkinrik; l.aiirhmn t'luk Mr*. J A. Hyde. Mr*. W R Olt> pie, Mra J Will Jones and Mm A 11. Krllogg will be hostenare at th* meeting of the Mount Itukrr l'nrk Wednesday laincheon club at th* clubhouse at 1 o'clock. • a a Nalhr» Daughters of IVm*n Tha Native laughter* of PHinwi at tha national convention of tha aorortljr. which wtil ba held at I*ake Crescent and Seattle. Thla la tha first Greek letter aororl'y conven tion to bo held In tha Northwest. Coachlhg tha flrat perfotmanoe which will tnnlnde college talent, will bo Marguerite Motto Khi*l, for marly of tha Chicago H«hoo| of I?nunatle Art, and V«ni| Alrun dra Abbott, a former pupil of Itulh 8t l>enia a a a Supper Hosts Honoring tha members of tha acl anca department of th* I'nivwrslty of Washington. Dr. and Mra I) II Nlekson antartalnad with an Inform trial aupper at their home Sunday evening. a a a Engagement .4 n nouneed Mr*. Emma Wallace announced tha engagement of har daughter Norma, to Mr. Q. Miller bell, ajn of Mr and Mra. It B. Hall, at a lea given In a prlvata dining room of tha Northoid tnn laat Saturday, following tha mallnae at tha Moore A beautiful low baakat of pink •waet peas adorned tba tabl*. In tha canter of which ww a kawpta. holdlt c pink tulle sy*«m*r» whlob lad to smaller ktaples. marking the plana, attached to wblch were two pink hearts bearlnc tba namea of Iba engaged co-ip a a a a Visitor Entertained To comp'.lm»nt Miss M »ggl* Mc Kercher from Winnipeg. who la a visitor In tha city, Mra. J. J. Mat thawa entertained at har home Uat .Saturday evening with a card party Personal Mr and Mm I-uther Hill r**n<rve Saturday to bi<la Harbor, where they plu to ■p«n4 the rjmm« month*. Mr. and Ur«, George W Yanoy wl!! occupy their town houw during their aioence, Mr. and Mrs. J>mi Itamßton d* Veove and daughter. Mary Cecilia, have removed to their summer home at th* Highland*. Mr. and Mr*. John Randolph la tourette (Sally Clay), of Portland, are being felicitated upon the birth of a ion last Wednndsy. Mr. and Mr*. Ilaph C. Doan and nn Richard are planning to leave in a abort time for Portland, where they will reside. Mr. and Mrs Charles K Poe are leaving next Sunday for Annapolis to attend the graduation of their ton. Mr Dallas Emory They will ha Joined there by Mr. Da Wolf Kmory and Mr. Tom Emory, wbo are attending school In Virginia. Dr. and Mr*. Charles B Boudwtn have returned from a ten days' visit in Vancouver and Victoria, B. C. Mrs. Blbrtdge Hadley Htuart and two children arrived flunday evening from Chicago, to be the guests for a week of Mr. and Mrs F. A. Htuart. leaving-at that time for Portland, where they will vlalt Mr*. Htuart'* mother, Mr*. C. Akerman. Mr. and Mr*. 8. M. Sylvester of Vancouver, B. C.. are the guests of Mr. and Mr*. Harry Whitney Treat. Mr*. Louts W. HIU of St. Paul Is the guest of her brother In-law and ulster, Mr and Mr*. Archibald O. Clark, for a few days. Col. C. A. Seaone has removed from the Hotel Horrento to an apartment at l! 2 Cherry at. Mr. Hugh Pureen la In Portland on a short business trip. Miss Emily Jerome, who is attend | Ing Brlarcllffe school In New York. ; will spend her aummer vacation at her home In Uii» city, arriving about J una «. Mr*. Fred H. Baxter, with her daughter. Miss Harriet Baxter, who has been attending the Common wealth school In New York city, will return to Seattle the first part of IJ une. Mr. and Mr*. I.ivfon Hind (Marjo rle Cappsl of Honolulu are receiving congratulations on the birth of a son. Do You Know a Baby Sick With Constipation Ten the mother to give helf a Haipua ■- M ef Dr. CaMwolTs ijlU Syrwp Papain. |pr=jj KTO thoughtful mother with children A J A " in the nouae will riak being without f 1 I » reliable laxative. It will save . I many a gerioua illness, mans a doctor's visit I li When the baby cries tod is fretful, when the boy has no appetite and won't plajr, when the girl is liatlesa and fever- . \Tj / If. ' Ish, when thfre are complaints of / ut headaches and colds, the mother can \ ]Q suspect constipation. Give Dr, Cald well's Syrup Fcptin In the small dose Ja/l \mT_jL. t prescribed on the bottle, when you put I\?XC the child to bed, and with morning tha 'Tim * ailment will have disappeared. m ' i i| Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin Is a I \ popular compound of Egyptian Senna II yte l \j, lV I fl and other simple laxative herbs with |\ T I r~JI l/ - ! fwll pepsin and pleasant-tasting aromatirs. It si si ill I acts gently and mildly, and children XD V FT* CD rr take Tt without objection. A sixty-cent //Call f KtLtU IT 1 5 e ingredients are a«„ nnd funU I»nj you a frM I£d »sra?*l trial bMtUofmySympPepin. *no■■ year American mothers bought a ddrtum* Ih W H CUiLL H # 8 'i? Uid . Ux V V « iD then nrrdi a lver wl £>f,M» C * UU ° U * f)u,ulle « • Jr « laxative, and it i. well to know without it Wriu will hold their election of officer* and bualneaa meellng In the llusl n-ms (llrla' club rouma at Uia T. W 11 A. al I p m. • a a I iiiroln Circle T.lneoln circle of the Child Con ■ervatlon will meet at thr home of Mra. W W lloa«tetid, 3124 Muniiyalile ave., at 2:St p. ni. a e e Wonten'a Anilllary of the nrilUK AiiM-rlcan Awm lalluii The Wonten'a auxiliary of the liritleh AinarUan ajwixlatlon will meet at th* Imma of Mia H <1 Wright 4J4 Mid aee, an We«lnes day afteriKion, May 4. Take K Cherry car. e e e Woodrraft TlihnWe (Ink "Oie 'Heuttle Woodcraft Thimble club will hold a card party at th* Woodcraft club rwinu, 401 Hote Annex, al l.li p. m. e a a lUrfgtey Rebel, ail Auxiliary Mrs. W H. Molg—n and Mra C K McNamara will a-slat Mra. A K Kllgore at the meeting of Itldgl-y Itebekah auxiliary at her hotiie. I*l7 Ninth a vs. W, at IJO p. to. • • • laAra' Auxiliary The Indies' auxiliary to th* Brotherhood of locomotive Kngl neera will give a card party at the Koreateri hall at S p tu. • • • Coahlng Auxiliary lo Orthopedic H.«plUI Cushtng auxiliary to tha <Vthi> liadte hospital will entertain with a card paity at the Halkud city ball Wedneeday, May 4. a a a Seattle llr4«rew Ilrnevnlexil Mf«r Tb* regular monthly mesMlng of the fteaiiie Hebrew Benevolent so ciety will be held in the ve*i r> room of the tempi* on Wednesday, May 4 at : M p. m. iloard meet ing al 1 p. m Womni'i Ovitory Oufc The Spanleb deportment of th* Woftv»n'» Century dub will meet at the T. W. C. A. at 10 M a m e a a Red ln»i Nursing flurc Bed Cross nursing classes will be held at the Colored T. W. C. A at 10 a. tn. and at Gatewvod at 7 14 p. m. a a e lonia Hartal Hi* lonia S' cial club will meet at the Masonic temple at 3 p. m.. car la. e e e Bullnna f.Hi' lleaffli aad llrrreaiion t enter Tha Bimlneas Girls' Health and Recreation oenter wil!«nee«at KUS Fremont »ve, in the evening. Ad dre.ee by I>r Roberta Wlmer Ford, entitled "Confidential Chat With Olrla." • • • Bim»n of \|MMtieart l> |lwi Tlie Women of Mo wefeeart legion wtu meet at Iha Moose tempi* at I p. in. a a a Wmtam MrKlnley (Ml William MrKlnley circle. ef tha O. A. R, will give a dinner U noon, followed by meeting. Prugnagtre ThowgtM Oak The Progr«uilv* Tk'tlrht club will he snter*alnid with a musical (SB at tha home of Mrs i"arl J. Hrotth lilt IT'h »ve, on Wednesday after loon. May 4. at t o'clock. The fol wing program baa bean arranged. flMt— •• > UM#» (L> Hark. tha Ufh" >e • • .. ••* IAsU kliabart Ml«a Vtefel Uoikiaa Yorml— <a» ~IJUA f1»w~ .Wr%m*r <»> Ommm Mrt fcUD»«al4 VU*4t** w»th muiMi *A» OM at Miry" Kil*7 Mrt rrtnhlft ▼!«!!• -H»l# %lr ArtHv KIMH Mr*. Nukii I If IfliUW • • • Clara Barton Tent Clara Barton tent. Daughters of Veterans, will eerv* a < o'clock sup. per at the Armory for their m»tn lews and families Wednaaday. May 4 In the evening at I o'clock the public Is Invited to come and en)oy a program to be given by Mr*. Eugene Bell, a talenud teacher of expression. a a a Missionary ta Speak Miss I/nu'iat lye. who has recent ly returned from India, will speak Wednesday afternoon at 2 p. m at the reception at the Rnllard Preeby. terlan church. The mem tiers of the Mleelonary todety and tha ladles' Aid society wtlf he hontesaes and their friends and anyona Interested In mlmtonary work are Invited to aitend. see Victory Oub to Danre The Victory club will entertain with Its flr«t Informal dance of th* summer eeaenn on Wednesday even ing, May 4, In lyschl pavilion Th* committee In charge Includes Mr. Vernon Kleppcr, Mr Oacar Kir gar and Mr. John Mllner TII K SFATTT.F STAR PATTERSON WOOD BLOCK PRINTS SENT TO BALTIMORE IIV IHIKOTIIY IAI liOl I'll Ambrona Vattaraon, prufaaaor of art at tha I'lUvaralty, haa haan In v Hod l>y tha BaHllllflU Alt* and I'rafta Horlaty tn aihlhlt a aat of hta wno,i block prima at thalr aihlbltkm. Mr. I*i4tlrrn>in a« nt K i"t alght prlnla. on* of hla much admired volcano, two of the palm trct>a, two of tha rypraaa. and ona of tha llarkalry t 4iin|iiu>tl*. Two of rattaraon'a painting* hava l««*n hung thla wlntar In tha Ma<* Imh <lall*ry of Naw Turk ootiMd rrad a algtia! honor for an artlat und ara now on Uialr way homa to Im hung In tha "Una Man Show" I'attaraon la giving at th* Klna Arta in Juna. Tha pii tur** wara M itin ukaa Hlraaf | U Honolulu. Iha panlnr of tha t'hlnaaa quarter, and tha Mar kat In Honolulu. I'attaraon haa )uat oomplatad 4 •ketch for an overmantel of an office nf a lumbar cotnpajiy tn Iloqulam. It la a modern arena of Industry, a I rain In tha foreground, ahl|>a load lug lumbar and mill* tn th* back ground, depleting tha modern jnath )«l of lumber making, and In the train amok* appear* faintly a taam of oioo aladdlug log* In tli* old man n<*. In honor of Mr. rillmmi th* I*ln* Arta Hoclety will give a tea the opening night of hla Jun* aalublt. • * a Albee to Exhibit* His Omar Pictures Wayn* Albae, of lit* MrTlrlde -itudio, will entartajn U>a members >)f tli* Womeo'a l'nlvar*iiy club Krl lay evening. May SO, at I o'clock, with a production of hla rtvnent o»l< action of plctur*a llluatrating I imar Khayyam. Th* original pl.t urea vera poiw-d by puplla of liuth ft. r>*nnia. Hiu lent, of tha Cornlab " hool will auortat Mr. Alt>*«. a * * University Co-Ed Decorating a Room It. ity luhner. a Junior In th* Cil varslts College of I'in* Aitn, la do mg liitarior de>oraling Iq th* hom* •f Mra. John l-ldy. Th* work la .iiuW tit* aupervialon of Mlaa K.)»nor Campbell. Inatrudor of th* irt depart merit, formally a atudant at Oka I'ennvylvanla Academy of I'ma Art*. Thla work 1* ddMgnlng ">d painting panel* for a child a iwotn In blu* and dnont log furnltur* for a boy*' room. It la th* flrwt work of tj>* kind under taken by a aludeul in Ui* depcul mnt Hiprh Schools' Work to lie Exhibited Tha annual eahibltloa af Seattle high achooUf work will ha given at the Una Ar* neat wee*. Mjjm Clara I'.eynoMa. nif*r>i»* of art In (he htsh arhoola. a 111 have charge of It, I.lke Mtaa Small'* »aiiiblf>nn Wurt we<-k of tha grade •< hool work. the«r eablhlUona ara »Jmri largely attend *-d by In'arwrtrO paranla. Borne of lha work la unueually eaiwllenl iTawlnga. wa(er colora. poater*. aria and craft work, leather tooling, book binding, bnua and mpper work and neadlework art 11 be ahown. Tha (Kwt era iMula for lha Arena aahlbil of WaaltlngtoDmada product* will aim ba bung. a a a Student Instructs Campfire Girls kllea Vemlta Kw-rea. a gtadent of (ha fine arta department at tha nnk vrraily, haa bera glvtng inatruetlon at tha Ukotoa building hxed juartera to an me To Ca/npflra (ilrta In lha de algnlng mottoaa fur thair coatuinca tha [naat ftionlh. a a a Triple Open House on the Campus Taatrrdajr (ha atudenta of tho fnl rarally art d<par*n>ert held a oandr aala, (ha prooeeji of which ware la Tea . . By* There is a i to siiit^i jjbtk 1 Uafeyea wtbuok fcty&u/i hebuhtfon hn used for tha open holla* of tha d» partmant Muy 11. Tha hags were WfHHI hliH k*d and hand painted They mill hold a l)-a at I In tha aft crtioon of tha 11th on tha top floor of I'hlloauphy hall, In tha naw stu dio*. Tli* same day tha d>p*rtnMll of anhlteotuf* will glva lla aluiuaJ eg hlblllon In the "shack" tan k of tha Immilc stor*. Tlila work la alwaja un usually Interesting. Tha home eoonomtew department I* the otln-r member participating In tlila trlpla opan h«i«< A rgonption commit tea will gl re every one any Information deMlred, Thla y*»r em pha*l»ea tha profaaelonal aid* nf tha "hntna on" work, rathar tluui th* ncnomy alda of I not yanr, Different professional penpta will domonatrat* product* and they will Imi »*rr*d In a t*a room. t'ooli |x>oka, "Alda to Family C'atarlnir." *otlan up by tha atudrnta and lndnra*d by tha familty. will ba m>l4. Thi-y aay It la qulta a lit tin book Krrry on a la unratl to aama ant and ana what thaaa thraa popular da- IMrtmrnVi ara doing, I to t and I to t, l-Yld-ty, Miy II on tha rampua. Tha Invitation la to rha< k tha bablaa fmod*l girl* will attend th»-ml and iro hoik to tha "dnar old achool day^* aa a • Old Dutch Picture Loaned to Fine Arts Rdgar rorkDar haa liwvnad tha Flna Aria a quaint, old f talnonad plrturw, typlcml of tha t>ut< h a< hool, whlnh aimad to rival natura In mlnuta par faction. It la a bouquat palfltad by AltfTtua Jonaa flrandt. an artlat horn in Amalardain, 1711, and who dlad in 1121. a i * Making Ready for "Friday, the 13th" IJnna of trmrtata are trooping to it • riM Art* ih«a» daya to oaah in their !nrlla'l'>n» for (Ickola tor (ha Tn Mara Klr«t* trip romlnt off Krt d«r, the ll«h. "Airvtanea. dirigiMea and fr»« hallnona will dork at tha Knlgtita of Columtaa hall at I >0 that night." the announcement aaya. "and of tha Art HtudTitir' >««"»• will troop out a* MarUana" It U tha fourth annual uaiuiot t»n. In tha down at tha aUlter of tha Cnlaaraltr af Wa»h inrton Kir a Ana Kitenaton a»«- (ion, at Hfth a/id I'nlorntir, paint hruahaa ara frying. Tha grrauilng hoard of I irklrM and nakr. coffee and othrr n«.J things that follow* the earning"# Uhora la all that keep* aoma waary algn palr.tera cr.in* aftar romiMdng (ha tanth rr>me(. Mllrer and mid fpolnl) ala with tha touch of Wltaa lo turn (ha world to glittering metal fUotr ladlra In rherkred (Wlttltw*. wi(h "follow ma" gr>ld fealhera on (ha b«ad •lr»aa, a "ruley- la frtr*«d home 'pun and a liarern »el|. not to men '.*>n (ha ul peraon la (ha enmaon Um. win all h« thara. In A New Remedy for Rheumatism In this climate children and adults are daily con tracting rheumatism. It is very prevalent anion* the young and often mistaken for so-called grow ing pains. Milder symptoms often mean longer duration and a more incurable form. In most cams rheumatism lays a permanent foundation for chronic heart disease. SYMPTOMS OF RHEUMATISM JMfL la atfult fan tha arm*- toma ara aharp patna la tha larger Joints atlffn— and f»rar. In children tha au tatajkding feat urea art favar. coated tongue. con HnjjHjk all pa I lon and ao - eaJlad gruwtng patna. NAI/IICN la a naw and effectual renv «1» for both acuta and ' J< chronic rhaumatlata and $3.00 at klntfrad dumaaaa DRUG STORES In All Parts of the City Nalgen Chemical Company Ml KIM Uu dilng SKATTIJt THrpboivc KUiott UM HAVE YOU SAVED A DIME TODAY? one dime aside °* ~ a^ new A P other <>f the little V dime-containing pockets //)Afel "Dime-Saver" Are filled you will recognixe that you CAN save, after all, if you just have the place to pat your dimes. At tho end of the month bring your "Daily Dimo- Savcr" with its thirty-one dimes to the S Dime & Dollar Savings & Loan Association (ITonaM with Seattle Title Trust Company) 114 Columbia Street, Corner Second Avenue Safe Deposit Boxes in Connection faot. ***ryl«ody !*•< I**" - Vmiwl 1 81 ink In a nomer bahlnd atarka of, airplane* and red bunting, aha gives, wny befor* our modern lewutl** In Dm tnrun The crowd, the < nlnr, tha mail and the noise of the "work" pnrtlaa r"ltiK on (In** weeka are not tha art studatiia aloria. Assistant* tr> numerous This weak they were thm Miuldrn, Virginia Turner, I Mm K. I toon, lioflln Aiiilra, ArllM ■ O. PiddMit I'rgitT I'udden, IHhal I ,iiriu«, Jo* Kennedy, I .Milan Oreen irfirK. It*rti*n Hantley, Mr*. I-avondi j Hnles, lto'» Ida Malaon, Hoa* liogoridoff, Winifred Ijirrimtm, j Higua Anderwon. Hemic* Kre*, An tonle Helen Murktia, Agatha < KlnxK, I,uotle linker, < »rn I'tare*, Marcta Wliltti»v, Joe»ph Antl<\ 1,. A. Hchmm kar, 11, C. VVetih, Johanna Matleao, Maurlna Myall. Ilnw Cur t»nt*r, H. Itnlh, R. Itoth. frank Wolfa. II Mooney, Ituth Fraadtaan, fll**i Hhecklea, Arthur IJ r: giant < rink, Kmeat Norllng, T*d I'arsona, It. A. MtCtalrb Committees Appointed by the Fine Arts Th* governing boftH tf fh* Fin* Arta m*t wllh th* ntm president. Mr*. Itaginald fl. Parnona. and ap Second Annual Concert MAY 4, AT 8:30 NEW THOUGHT AUDITORIUM Fifth and University 40 MAI.K VOICES ADAM JARDFNE iHrin la MRS. IX>U STAUDE. SapNMa TVfcHa on aala ag Dowotcran Mmfc fttaraa Mi^ADMIMION-Ni pointful th« nrprmnlf ?*** frir th« n»w y«*r n* follow#: tfahlhltto* Mr WTlia ♦»«**. fhdlftfiMi; Mim Ann I'ftlhoiM. Mr (inttli, Mrm. W«ilnan, Mta r A Mamam. Mr Win, I. #llOOl, Mr A ton9o Vlrinr f*«rla. Mr« J II ' "of*r. Mr Warn* Allx«, llri. WdlllltllihA# Profnm I»r fade I ford, Mrt V»» <»*!•, Mrt »" Merit, Mr. |Cdwin fcmrt, Mr. <l. W doit d«r KilafaMmi Mlm n«ri r>»yn*Ma rhntr mmn; Mih lalu flit rhlrtoa. Mr* Vfl• f • K»r!f«, Mr I'rank Mak«r, Mra. A1»l« laj l«H, Mr* |)ivld My em Mvcilnirflhlp Mr (MuM, afmlrmn, Mn l(»»M >.rN«r Mr* flmnfef Ortffdh* Mlae I <lllh Young Mr Jan.** lUlrhV Mra < »ri I irtnf»r R l» K*)|mr», Mr# A M II Kill*, Mr# Mm Kuntr Krit#rialnm#nt Mm 'louM. Mr# l«nt- Milh, Mm ||ft»l«f, Mrs. <*arr#ti. M laa llaiilMi.n, Mra. P^rfUMtfl. Jlvuiri* (ommltlM Mr Carl ftl#t>raad Tlmrm ynn not that thn irrnr' «bopg i'r rhnwlnf r.!j blarfc undrr w#iir? Kvrn rnlliuly'a night rob# 1* 1 thing of clinging blurk llnna nrid laora. Uncooked Fudge Made With Mapleine is a delicious candy with just the tang of maple flavor. The candy is easily made, as are dozens of other dainty desserts, with A MAPLEINE The Golden Flavor Grocers sell Mapleine and the carton top, with your address, ( CSJmmHLvv/ brings the Mapleine Cook Book containing more than 200 reci pes. Inclose 4c for postage. CRESCENT MFG. CO. j I SEATTLE, WASH. 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