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Seattle %Society Large Doner Arranged Honoring Bridal Con nie; Miss Waterhouse Will Re Complimented; Miss Mahoney An nounces Wedding Plans rVTTATTONS have been Issued by Mr «n<l Mr*. Alexander 11. Stew art and Mr »nd Mrs. J. I"). Lowmnn fttr a large dancing party at the Sun art club, on Tuindajr evening. June SI, honoring Mr. and Mrs Frederick J. Grant, who are on their wedding trip, and will arrive In Shuttle June IT. • • • Luncheon Arranged for Miss Woterhouse Miss Judiths Gibhs has extended Invitations for a luncheon of twenty covers at the Sunset club tomorrow afternoon, complimenting: Mtfui Mary Waterhouse. who will bwim« the bride of Mr. Jamw Charles Kerr on Friday evening. • • • Miss Mahoney Names Wedding Day Miss C'amllle Mercedes Mahoney. daughter of Mrs. Mahoney nnd the lata Col. Oeorge William Mahoney. baa named Wednesday, Aupint 3, as the day of her marriage to Mr. Walter James Ward, eon of Mr J. W. Ward of St. Johns. New Bruns- Wick. The ceremony will he performed by Rev. Father Thomas J. Madigan In St. Joseph's church on Wednes day. August J. at 10 o'clock In the morning Mrs. Cecllle Mahoney Kane will he her sister's matron of bonor, and Mar>' Cecllle Kane and Rosa Alice Ca*tlen will 1* the flow ar fir Is Mr. Gregory Ward, hpother of the groom, will be his groomsman. and the uahera are to lie Mr. Dwlght Hartman. Mr. Walter Castlen. Mr. Walter O. Mcl,ean. Mr. P. Ralph Kaanan and Mr. Robert Simpson Gillespie of Tort land. Following the service a reception •will be held at the home of the bride's mother. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Struve to Entertain Entertaining In compliment to Mrs. Henry Horn, of San Francisco, the house guest of Dr. and Mrs. Richard W. Perry. Mr. and Mrs Frederick Struve will be hosts at a dinner of twelve covers at their botne Friday evening. • • • Mrs. Horn Will Be Honored Col. A. M. Wetherill and Mra. Wetherll! will be dinner host* at tholr home Thursday evening, honor lug Mrs. Henry Horn. Place* will be marked for fourteen guests. and lat •r the party will attend a perform- Mice of "Mary.'* at the Metropolitan. • • • Luncheon at Sunset Club Mrs. Edgar Ames will entertain with a luncheon at the Sunset club Thursday afternoon, complimentary to Miss I-addle Watkis, of Victoria, and Miss Lucy Swanstrom. • • • Mrs. Bates Plans Large Bridge Luncheon Mrs. Uri C. Bates Is issuing Invita tions for a large bridge luncheon to fee given at her home Thursday afternoon. June 23. The affair will oooipilment Mrs. Allen Campbell and lira. C. Cutter, of Tort Townsend. Covers will be placed for forty-four guests. ... Mr. Calvert Weds in Tacoma One of the most beautiful wed dings of the season wss that of Miss Betty Skinner, daughter of Mr. and Mra. Thomas Skinner, of Tacoma. to Mr. Lawrence Cragin Calvert, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Calvert. Jr., of ttita city, which took place in Taco ma Saturday evening. In the Imman uel Presbyterian church. Miss Isabel Skinner, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and the bridesmaid* were Miss Katherine Mac Lean, Miss Margaret Brady, Mlsa Katherine Partlow and Miss Martha Lindberg. Little Betty Cal vert and Jean Wlngate were the Sower girls. Mr Starr Calvert acted as groomsman. The ushers were Mr. Leland Tolman. Mr. Martin Wiley, Mr. Marston Turner and Mr. Tom Skinner. Following the ceremony, the bridal party and a few inUmate friends were entertained at the home of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Calvert left on a month's wedding journey to Alaska. On their return they will make their borne in SeatUe. ... Informal Supper Mr. and Mrs. John K. Murphy en tertained Informally with a supper of ten covers at their home last evening. • • . Old Resident Marries in the East Seattle friends of Mr. Frederick J. Grant, nephew of Mr. and Mrs. James D. Hoge, will be Interested in the an nouncem' nt of his marriage to Miss Kthel Wilier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 8. A. Weller, on Wednesday, June l, at the home of her parents, in Zanenville, O. The wedding was one of the bril liant social events of that city, and Mr. and Mrs. Grant left after the •eremony for a six weeks' wedding Jonrney to the Pacific coast, Includ ing SeatUe. Mr. Grant and his moth er formerly lived in this city, and aubsequently have made many visits here as the guests of Mr. arid Mra Hoge. ... Birthday Celebration at Sunset Club On Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock the Runwet club will have a birthday celebraUon, with luncheon a la cafeteria, followed by "The League of Vamps." The hostesses ■are to be Mrs. John Collins and Mrs. Richard A. Ballinger. ... Visitor Will Be Complimented Mrs. Clyde l!;id]ey has planned a luncheon Ht h'-r home for Thursday afternoon, complimenting her house SIMPLICITY The charm of this goicn of black crepe meteor is in its simplicity. The slightly full overskirt with the puffing at the hips is exceedingly becom ing to the slender figure. lacc cuffs and a matching bib are effective touchcs. guest, Mrs. Roy Sahm, of Indianap olis. • • • Captain Moses Dinner Host Complimenting I>r. A. I>. Tollrfsen and Mrs. TollefSen and Mr. and Mra L. J. Ayer, Cupt. Howard Moses en tertained ten guests with a dinner at the Hotel WaMhinglon Saturday evening. • • • Miss Lat tin Beeovus Mrs. Humecky The marriage of Miss Ruble lAt tin and Mr. Harry Avee Humecky waa solemnUed on Thursday after noon. June 9. at ( 30 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Hattie McKinley. Rev A. E. Oreene reading the service. Mrs. Alva I H an. slater of the hrlde. waa matron of honor, and Mr. Charles B. McClellan acted as best man. A small receptioo was held after the ceremony. Mr. Humecky has »n Interesting war record, having served several years with the Canadian army over seas. He was gassed three times and shell-shocked once, and was dis charged from the army as incapaci tated. On his recovery he enlisted under the American flag and was sent back to France, where he saw 18 months of service. He fought on the following battle fronts: Mar tyll. St. Mihlel. Chateau Thierry. Verdun and Argonne. Mr and Mrs. will make their home In Seattle. CANDY STAINS Soap and water will usually re move candy stains If there is choc olate In the candy, however. It may be necessary to spot with glycerin, especially on silks or materials of a close weave. INGROWN TOE NAIL TURNS OUT ITSELF ! A noted authority nays that a few drops of "Outgro" upon, the skin »ur rounding the ingrowing nail reduce* inflammation and pain and so tough ens the tender, sensitive skin und*r neath the toe nail, that it can not penetrate the flesh, and the nail turns naturally outward almost over night "Outgro" In a harmless antiseptic manufactured for chiroi>odi.Mt«. How ever, anyone can buy frt»m tho drug store a tiny bottie containing direc tions. Are You Suffering Pain? Sloan's Liniment brings quick relief to ell external aches and pains by renewing circulation in ths painful psrta, scattering congestion. You will ftnd it soothing and comforting. Sloan's Liniment Is not an experiment. 40 years ago it wss made purposely to fight pain and thousands use it with grstifying results. Sloarfs Liniment(gay If you suffer from I CONSTIPATION I Invest 60c In I a box of this Q Laxative— u Jw^ and >ou'll be thankful ,J-y..... Sla as a rood VvA before retiring, it positively con quers the worst c&xt-s. 100% pure, 77% fruit. No drugs. ASK YOUR DQl'fifilKT Mi t'rulf-n-l.nx Mfic. < 41. WOMEN'S CLUBS runs MIR TI K.SIUV Mount I taker 1-VuH and I* Tower Mission The Mount Haker circle of the Fruit an«l Flower mlsalon will mert at the home of Mra. Wtlrn«>t Prltch ard, 2f»27 34th ave. 8 , at It a. m Tlilm will Im» the last meeting until September. • • • Writers* Club The Writers' club will meet at * o'clock, In the fCrickson room at the Y. W. C. A. Manuscript* by Mr* Lou Chase Down If*, Mm. James Hull van and Mra. Char!** M. Furrar will be offered. • • * After Hiwtem The Agle« Mister■ will meet at the 8t Iti'gta cafe, Second «ve and Stew art at., for 1 o'clock luncheon. A progressive whist |utrly will follow and Mra Feliae Botnen will be host ess. • • • Ultima I ji/JtriiH \miliar) There mill be a short business meeting of the Kinma Ijizarus auxil iary, at the ('Mut ational Center Tues day evening, followed by Initiation ceremonies. • • • Klsie IJiiniin llr«wdlrt flnb The human analysis class of the lClsie Lincoln Benedict club will meet ut the Frye hotel. Parlor D, at 8 p. m. Readings of character will be given by l*rofe*sor A. U Slas'r, Ph. P., ami I'rofeasnr John K. Ayer. M V. The class l« studying the works of Catherine Blackford on "Charac ter Analysis; lU-ading People at Sight" New members are invited to attend. • • • l> A. K. F.xcun»Wm The members of Rainier chapter. Daughters of the American Re vol u tlon, are arranging an excursion Flar day. June 14, to which all wom en of the chapter and their friends and members of other chapters are Invited. They have chartered the Virginia 111 for a cruise thru the canal and Lake Washington and will have a picnic luncheon at Seward park. The boat leaves Pier 4 at 9.30 o'clock a. m. . . . Sfa#l«' Mjt, NO. 7 The members of Seattle lodge. No. 7. Dsfrree of Honor Protetcive asaoci a tlon, will entertain their friend* at a progressive whist party In Ever* green hall, Aruftde building. at S n m. Special honor* will be conferred following the play, and refreshments will be served. • • • Y. M. H. A. On Tuesday. In the Y M H. A. club room*. 17th ave. snd K Union st., the Hebrew Indies' Aid Free Ixu&n association will entertain with i card party at 2 o'clock. The after noon's proceeds will go toward the adoption and maintenance of desti tute mar orphans in Kurope. • • • CHjr W. C. T. C. The City W. C. T. U. federation will meet Tuesday at the home of Mrs R. D. Hill, 3229 Sixth ar* W. A basket lunch will be served at noon, followed by a business meeting and musical program. • • • llu*lllru and PiofwtonnJ Women's Duet Seattle Business and Professional Women's club at Yacht club. Dance Tickets may be h»d from Mi»» Mari etta Bochman, Elliott «3JS. • • • Nhawondaaoe Club Shawondasse club with Mrs W. P Martin. 9*ol 15th ave N. W. Annual picnic. Yearly reports made and a summary of the club's charity work given. • s • lUby Week Clinic Seattle Federation of Women's clubs. "Baby week" clinic at Bon Marche. • • • Alkl Women's Improvement Clufc Alkl Women's Improvement club with Mrs. (lllhert H. Tweedle. 300S Alkl ave. at 2 p. m. Regular busi ness meeting. • e e AuxUlsry. A. O. 11. Division No. I. I.adies auxiliary. A. O. H . will hold Its regular meeting aiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiifemt Hardware giiiiiiiiiiiiilllllllllllg 1 Spend Your Vacation at ■ I CAMP COMFORT 1 ==j You will find a natural reproduction of this camp == == in our store. Come and see it. Grass, trees, shrub- = ■=§ bcry and everything just like the great outdoors. §= EE We are headquarters for EE Salle and Stoll Camp Equipment §§ EE Kamp Kook Stoves, Nested Cooking Sets, Folding == ==j Cots and Chairs. In fact, everything you need EE EE to make your camp comfortable. EE ifyist Hardware g.| s SIXTH ( AVtNUE sndPIKI STCEII M EE /fIW door /o J EE .iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii THE PEATTLE STAR In W. O. W. hall. Fourth ave. and Marlon st., Tuesday, June 14, at R p. m. e • • Annual IWnner for NiirM* The date for the annual dinner of St. ItarnahaN' tlulld f<ir Numea, June 14, haa been announced by the Ne<- rotary, Mra. F. C. llabcock. It will be held In the Y. W C. A. tea room at 8 o'clock, and I>r. 11. 11. Oowan will preside. Hi»e«*U4l reports will Im* read by the ae<'retai*y and the treas urer and I>r. I*wrk Weed WilllN will nuike the prtn«'l|»al addresa of the evening. Among the gueNtN will be Dr. and Mm. John I). Mcl«aue.hlan and Dr. and Mra. Milton Hturgla. • % • Ih\ snd Mra Mylrea to Spmk a 4 rreehyterlan Cburrh Dr. and Mrs. Htanley Mylrea. who have recently arrived from Kuweit, Arabia, will aj»eak l»efore the I»r«»«by terial society at the Fimt I'reabyter rlan church, Tueeday, June 14, at 11 a m. Dr. Mylrea Nueceeded Dr. Zwemer at Kuweit, when the latter waa called to Cairo, Egypt, and dur ing the war waa de«i>ra!ed by the HrltlNh government for hla relief work. • • • ADDITIONAL CUIM Club "The Boy Wonder Chess Plsyer** will be the Nubject for dlacuNaion at the meeting of the Aatrologte,al club Monday, June IS, at 8 p. m. In Thea Nophlcal hall. 100 Lyon building A Ntereoptlcon lecture on the birth chart, followed by a biographical sketch of the tniy'N life, will l»e feu turcN of the evening. The public la invited to attend. • • • Wlftcnrodn Cioliletirod Club The WlNCc»naln Ooldenrod club met laat week at the home of Mm. I). C. llrown for a NoclaJ afternoon, the program Including a gueKalng con tent. On June 29 the club will meet with Mm George H. Armstrong at her home at Taylor a Mill. • • • York Community Club The York Community club mrt Fri day evening in the John Muir school for Its regular meetin* and lnatalla tion of offlcem, following which an entertainment waa given with Mr K. A. I >.tndaurn. chairman of the aocial committee. In Charge. Th# York | Community orcheetra gave acveral eelectiona and the children of the community, l*d by Mr F. Illtt, of Co lumbia City, rendered a few nurnb«*m. Mlnn Lucile Foater contributed a vo cal at»lo, and Mr. la>uia Naeh gave a *hort address on "Community Recre ation." Mr. I>. II Painter, executive wwretary of the community aervice. made a Nhort talk, offering to Nend carne leadem next Thursday evening from 7 to 8:30 to the John Mulr Nchool. when three leaders will lead gameN for wmall children, yoting I»eoplN and eldera The new of fleer* metalled were Mr M. J. Josts. prealdent. Mr M. F. Brown, vice president, and Mr. C. L*. Brenhan. Necretary. HICKORYNUT MACAROONS Three-fourth* cup aogar, t egg*. % cup flour. 1 tenapoon baking powder, v tenapoon Halt. 1 cup hlckorynut meal*, V, teaapoon vanilla. \ Beat egg* well and beat In augar. Add flour, baking powder and aalt aifted together. Add vanilla and mix well. Drop from apoon on butteretl and floured baking aheet and bake tn a quick oven. IF DAMP If the pantry I* damp put a amall bo* of lime on the ahelf and the air will be dry and pure. The lime ahould be changed occasionally. NEW PAPER Ilang the new wall paper with w hlch you are going to patch the old in the nun for a while, and It will mam be faded to match. BEADS Kindergurten brads will amun* the very young child. Htring them loose ly on a shoe lace and be sure tliat they are in many colors. Personal Mr and Mm. lilenn M Owfnn, Mr and Mr*. Harry IWmmlck and Mlnn Kll/jib'th Wyord motored to Hnoho mluli ycNterday to attend th« fifth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mr* Hcott Hubbard. • • • Mr. and Mra 11. O. PhlTllpN and daughter, Barbara, removing thin week t« Whldby Inland, when thry pi.HI to NpClld the Slimmer months, • • • Mlnn Ann R. Moore and Minn Annn belle I,ee iirc leaving Wednesday for 1 J»n Aiik«*lcx, where they will bike a Nix weeks' course in public health i work. • • • Mrs K. J Carpenter, who haN been a guent of Mr. and Mra. Glenn M nwetia, returned Thursday to her home In Yakima. • • • Mlnn Mildred Fsrrar arrived thla morning from Ijx Jolla, t'aJ., where she haa Juet graduated from the HlNhop school MINS Margaret Hweet, who In to be her hotiae mieat for several week*, accompanied her north as far mn Portland and will arrive In Seattle Wednesday. • • • Mm. (Jeorge White Murray of Wlnnl|»eg. who haa l«ecn the gueat of Mr. and Mra. Harry Lyman Strong for the (Niat three weeka, left today for her home. • • • Mr and Mm. lunula B Peeplea and daughter Ilea trice Milled Friday from New York for an extended European trip. • • • Mra. Joahtia fl. Hall of Mlnneapo lia. who haa been the guaat of her alater, Mm. Fred If. Oilman, for the paat two months. In leaving In a few days for her home. • • • » Mr. and Mrs. I*. Frank Macklem are leaving Wednesday on a motor trip to Lake Crescent and the Olym pian peninsula. They plan to bo gone about two weeka. • • • Mra. Fred QulnneTi left Saturday for the Kaat. where ahe will Nail In a ahort time for a tour of Kurope. returning in the early fall. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brodrrlck Npent the week end In Victoria, It. C. • • • Mra. H. K Hadley. who spent the week end In Vancouver. B. C., with Mr and Mra Bruce Karris, returned today. • • • Mlaa Edith Denlaon returned yw tcrday from a month spent at Nlag ara Falla. • • • Mra Car! Ballard and children left yesterday for Bellingham, where they will be the guesta for thr*-e of h«T parents, Mr. and Mra E. W. Purdy. • • • Mlaa Helen Jordon. who haa been attending Mlnn Ely's Nchool In Con necticut, returned today to Npendthe Nummer vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mra F. M. Jordon. e • e Miss Ruth Nettleton. daughter of Mr. and Mra Clark Nettleton. who has been attending Mias Ely'a school In Connecticut, relumed today for her summer vacation. NO RUST If you go away for aeveral month* durtng the aummer, apply keroaene oil to your itcvt with a *oft cloth before leaving. When you return the *tove will be In nscellent condi tion. DULL BLADES If the amail eon or daughter 1* old enough to begin cutting out picture* or paper doll*, be aure that the acln- Jnra you give them are not of the ery aharp pointed variety. CHARMEUSE Spota can be removed from char meuae by dabbing the *pot lightly with chloroform White charnwune can be washed, the color* are rarely ■ ucceaafully tubbed. When a man marries and the honeymoon reaches its home coming, will there be a piano waiting? Will the new life, from the very beginning, be linked with music? Music-loving hearts are happiest! Prepare now to make this home-coming memorably joyous. Plan now to be wel comed by the instrument that is to be a part of your happiness for so many years to come. The right piano -and, from the very outset, it should be the RIGHT piano—is probably waiting here for your inspection. See it today. Convenient terms very gladly arranged. Sherman Kay & Co. Third Avenue at Pin# SEATTLR Tacon* • Spokane • Portland Business and Professional Women's Club On Tuesday evening. June 14. the ; Seattle Bualneaa and Professional Womral club In (riving an "Auto mobile Feature Uuim" at the Heattie Yacht club on I,ake Union. Thrrn will be good rnualc ami all kinds of surprise*, Including a rcfrnrhing "Service Station" and a Jolly "Traf fic Cop." All bualneaa men and of thp city are urged to attend and everyone la aaaured a Jolly time. Tlcketa may be procured from any member of the club or at the door that evening The patron* and patroneaaea am Hon. and Mra. Iluirb M Caldwell, Mr and Mra. W. J. Coyle. Mr. and Mra. Robert H. Boyna, Prof. Kdmond H. M>Miiy, Mr Kamuel Hill, Mr. and Mra. Krank Terrace, Mr. ami Mra Henry Is«ndc*, I)r. and Mra. W T Chrlatenaen, Mr and Mra. Oeo. B I.ampiriK, Mr. and Mra. W. 8. Lincoln, Judge and Mra. Kins Dykeman, I>ean and Mra. Arthur A I'rleat, Mr, and Mra. 11 K. iH-nt, l>r. and Mra Oliver II lUchardaon. Mr .1 W. Hpangler, Mr. and Mra J P. Ilartman, Mr. II It. King, Mra. William I'eachy and Mlaa Klleen Delaney. On Wedneaday evening, June 15, at t:3O p m . In the asaembly rorrni of the Chamber of Commerce, the club la to be honored by having Mr. Samuel Hill ahow hla film that he haa recently been taking In Kurope. entitled "The Sacred Kalth of a Scrap of Paper." which film will ahow the hlatory of the United Statca grouj>ed around the ccntral Idea of the Importance of faith between na tiona, and of the Importance of In ternatlonal obllgatlona. Thla will be the flrat time that thla film haa been ahown In America and the club mem bera feel honored and are looking forward wltb keen anticipation for thla opportunity of hearing Mr. Hill tell of hla recent experlencea abroad. Mlaa Katherlne Butterfleld. the young woman who won the prize of a college education offered by Mr Klreetone for the beat easay on "(iood Bonda." will be here and read the club her prlae eaany. At the laat meeting of the club It wa* decided to name the summer camp at pleasant Heach "Nealka," a Chinook Indian name meaning "Oura." The name chonen waa aub mltted by Mlaa Grace Wllaon and aa a reward ahe will receive a week end at the camp for aubmlttlng the moat aultable and popular name. The camp la open to all bualnea* women Intereatcd and la open all week aa well aa for week end partiea. The hoatnea for the coming week la Mlaa H*lorenc* GUleapie, the camp man agcr. and the business women are aaaured a good time and reeL Mlaa Florence Cofeen prealdent of the Spokane Bualneaa Women'a club, waa preeent at the laat club meet ing and made a ahort talk to the organisation on the growth of the club work In Kawtern Washington and of the Internet In Spokane in thla movement. The laat meeting of the club waa devoted to the annual bualneaa meet ing and the installation of the newly elected officer* for the coming year. The retiring president, Mlaa Lulu M. Fairbanks. before turning over the reaponalblllty of the office to the newly elected president. Mini Helen Maxaon. gave the club a splendid art dress relative to the outlook for the future and atreaaed the polnta of clinging to ancceaa, aroualng oneeelf to the beat within them by utilizing 95 per cent of thetr talent* Inntead of 5 per cent of them, dreaming of future achievement*, developing power thru enlarged responsibility, atrlving to be free from pettlnea* and to render aervice to the club, the community and the atate. After the lnatallation of the new officer* and a brief nddreea by Mlaa Helen Maxaon. the prealdent for the coming year, the following delegate* were elrclcd to repreaent the club at the national convention In Cleve land thla July: Mlaa Helen Maxaon. the official delegate, and Mlaa Mollie B. Baldwin, the alternate delegate. "MARY" AT THE METROPOLITAN Typically Oeorge Cohan tab t* "Mary," hi* new light muNlcal pro duction, which opened for h week of frolic at the Metropolitan last eve n Ing It brings as several new sweet songs, "Mary." "Waiting" and Htlll bftlT, "Ijove Nest " But the most remarkable thing about "Mary" Is thai it has a plot. Whoever heard of a musical onn«dy with a plot? Breaking down all precedent, the hero of "Mary" steps out from New York to Kanaaii to sell portable house*—not such a bad Idea In that cyclone state. The market la bad, ho the hero strike* oil. become* a mil lionaire and goes homo- all set to rnuatc. Richard Pyle la the hero Kxrept for that fact he la unimportant Mlas Marguerite Zender, dainty, winaome, delightful, sings, dances and pleases. It take* a star to outahine (he ahow girls and chorus of "Mary," but Miss Zender doea It. • • • "BUBBLES" HEADS MOORE-ORPHEUM HILL I'elite, golden-haired Queenle Hmlth, who plays the feminine lead In "Bubbles," the headline attraction on tl»e Orpheum bill at the Moore thla week, wins her way to the hearts of the audience by her pleas ing singing and dancing. Ja< k Norton, with the male lead, <rApal>ly enact* his part. A cast of tall, slender beauties and FVank Farrtngton support Miss Hmlth and Norton well. Hilly Miller keeps the house In an BABY BORN ON PEACE DAY After Mother Had Been Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Salisbury, Uin. "Forte ven year* I bad a female trouble and such bear- ing-down pains I could hardly domjr housework. The doctor said, 'lf you can have another baby it might be the best thing for you but I am afraid you cannot.' I began taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound and my baby was born on 'Peace Day.' If women would only take your Vegetable Com pound they would have better health. I always recommend it."—Mrs.Tracy Patten, 2 Lincoln Ave., Salisbury, M—■ The experience of maternity should not be approached without careful physical preparation, as it is impos sible for a weak, sickly wife to bring healthy children into the world. Therefore if a woman is suffering from a displacement, backache, in flammation, ulceration, bearing-down paina, headaches, nervousness or the blues"she should profit by lira. Patten's experience, take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and be restored to health. LADIES' KHAKI OUTING SUITS $8.50 and $9.00 There is nothing so comfortable for sport and out ing wear as an outing suit, and there is not the fear of getting clothing soiled. We have the khaki suits with coats and breeches, and coats ahd divided skirts. Coats are cut in the riding style, with patch pockets and belt. Suits are fashioned of heavy, durable khaki cloth. Coats, sizes 36, 38, 40. Skirts, 27 to 32. Sport Hats Pongee Waist* $3.00 to $6.50 $2.79 More Summer Sport Huts Pon*". Waist* are very comfortable and smart look have Just come in. and they for the summer season. I Hre at prices that will appeal These we are showing have to you. They are of ribbon. the Tuxedo collar and turn hemp and ribbon, and In felt back cuff. They are of a real and hemp. The styles are be- good quality and should coming and the ribbon and please you. Priced low. Sizes yarn trimming very effective. 36 to 44. Boys' Stocking*—Special 50c These are the stockings that will wear—triple knees and double toes and heels. They are medium weight, fine ribbed; black only. Sizes 7 to 11 V&. Ladies' Vests 50c to 59c New Spring Vests for women; made from fine combed yarns; light weight; low neck and sleeveless; pink and white. Sizes 36 to 44. Ladies' Elastic Brassieres $2.98 Stylish and healthful to wear. They have reinforced diaphragm strip; made of knitted open work elastic material that is flexible and durable. Price is reason able. Bleached Sheets—Each $1.50 81x90 inches; made of a good quality sheeting; free from dressing. Bleached Muslin—Yard 19c 36 inches wide; finished soft for the needle. Mosquito Netting—Bolt $1.25 8-yard bolts of Mosquito Netting, colored or white; 58 inches wide. MONDAY. JITNE IX. uproar, playing the role of "father** In an office scene comedy entitled "Adam Killjoy " William Gladstone and Marguerite Johnson appear with Miller. funny Mae Melville does a comedy • kit entitled "The league of frer»j vants." George Rule gets a edgeways once In a while. Ralph Kltner and Jlmmle Reaney appear In an episode which Is sup* poaed to take place on tlje aceafl. Young and Wheeler play the violin and piano in a pleasing man ner. The opening and closing acta on till* week's bill are much better than usual. Wilfred du Hols, In the opening act, doea some high grade Juggling that brings much applause. The Fearless Ce I)ora closes with her famed golden globe stunt. Klnograms and Top lea of that Day complete the bilL • • • COMEDY FARCE ON PALACE HIP KILL The new ahow that appeared at I>oew'a Palace Hip yenterday provld ed plenty of tuneful and amusing va riety for mid-summer days. A laugh ing hit la scored by the l*Yed Boh wars company, who present a rollicking farce entitled -The Broken Mirror." Worthy of early mention 1* the of fering of Margaret Merle, a pret|g| singer of awe«-t songs, who po*He*see a pleasing soprano voire and per sonality. Marie Kell is another at tractive vocalist whose songs win ap proval. and the Brower Brothers, who assist her, contribute popular synco pated melodies. A few moments of rnlnst relay a* offered by Johnson Brothers and Johnson proved one of the bright spot* on the bill. Children of all ages derive much entertain ment and amusement from the feats of Palermo's canines. "Passion Fruit" is the feature photoplay. AMUSEMENTS METROPOLITANS!^ With Matlarr tatartar Ontf Cn, M. 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