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Seattle %Society Mis* McEwan Weds Mr. Black in Trinity Church; Large Dancing Party Planned; Lunch' can at Yacht Club. ,"\NK of the most beautiful of re vJ cent weddings was that of Ml us Dorothy Mcewan, .laughter of Mr. And Mrs William Hunter or McKwan, to Mr leo Simpson Black, nm of Mr». Frank De Witt Black. aoli-rn nixed Saturday evening at S SO o'clock In Trinity Epiaeopal church. The Gothic interior of the church lent Itself admirably to the dignified and lovely arrangement of Madonna lilies, orangs syringu and deuuia used In decorating Wall b».-keu> of green* and deutida adorned the pillars. while palms hanked the entrance loading to the aisle of stately Madonna lilies that raised their fragrant heads above each alternate pew. which was narked by graceful clusters of orange syringn and trailing asp.tr* gua ferns, forming a most lovely pathway. The chancel where Rev. William H. Bliss. Mr Mark and his brother. Mr. Harold Black, waited was a flor al bank of the lilies, while w-tthln the chancel a snowy garden of the.*© blossoms led to the altar, flowerlesa. • but brilliant with Its array of can dle*. On either side stood a tall ■tandard of the lilies, surrounded by htirh candelabra with myriads of tapers, softly lighted. making an co ' ctasla«Uml background for the lm prosstvi sen ice. Mr. J. Edmond Butler at the organ played a prelude of wedding musk* which consisted of 'The Chorus of Angels." by Scotaon Clark. "The Bridal Song." Jensen. "In Paradiso. M Dubois. and "The Voice That Breathed O'er Eden," composed by Mr. Glim ore, grandfather of Mr. Black. The "Bridal Chorus" from Lohengrin heralded the wedding party, led by Mr. Keith Uauuim Flaken. Mr. Gilbert Black. Mr Edwin A. Strout. Jr.. Mr. Corydon Wagner 9t Tacoma. and Mr. Hiram Patter IDA. Mrs. Keith Ganan Flaken, cousin ef the bride, a* matron of honor. (NM next, wearing a model of coral pink chiffon. The aktrt was designed With points that shaded Into blush pink. The low waistline of the bod tee was girdled with crushed rosea, tram one aide of which flowed the ehttfon train. Her hat w-as large and ef a corresponding shade of chif fon. with roee petala for Ha crown, and her flowers were a lovely arm bouquet of Ophelia rones. The maid of hor.or. Mis# Mary Dudley Walker, waa attired in Nile green chiffon trimmed with tiny bouquets of Dresden-colored French flowers. A girdle of the chiffon end ed In a sash train. Her hat was of the chiffon and had a soft crush MWil of Dresden roses, and for flowers she carried over her arm a shepherdess basket filled with blossoms In Dresden tonal The bride entered on the arm of her father. exqulaltoly gowned in pearl (love jntta. ln formal Hoes. Alencon'laee formed the on •▼en tunic and the sleeves, and pearl* outlined the neck. Two min iature chiffon trains caught at the girdle with cluster* of orange blos soms floated at either side of the lons shimmering court train, delicately bordered with sprays of Orange blossoms. Her veil was of fllmjr tulle, arranged in semi-cap ef fact and bound witb a bandeau of •move blossoms, and phe carried an aquistte atrm of Madonna lilies. lira. McEwan's gowa waa of gold he* over silver cloth with a tram Of orchid and pale bluo chiffon, with which she carried orchids. Mrs. Block wore a handsome gown of Mack Spanish lace over flesh-colored ■■tin and georgette, and a corsage of orchid*. A reception followed the tret-Hoe, at the home of Mr. and Mr*. Mc- Ewan on University *t. The bridal party, Mr. and Mr*. McEwan and Mrs. Black received the guesU In the living room. Here blue del phlnlums and orange syringa. In ar tistic blue and white Jars, were In vitingly arranged. The drawing room waa summery In pink gladioli, peonies and snapdragons, and the dining room was cool and refreshing With Ophelia and Columbia roses. Mrs. Black traveled in a one pie*** gray crepe contume, with touches of orange, a gray duvetyn wrap and a •mall hat of orange ntraw and georgette. A cornage of orchids add •4 the flninhing touch. Mr. and Mr*. Black will be absent •tx weeks on their wedding trip. After September 1 they will b*» at home at 1065 Prospect lit. Mrs. Black in a graduate of Mian Spence'a school In New York and Mr. Black la a graduate of Tale. • • • Invitations Issued for Dancing Party Invitations have been lamed by Mr. and Mrs. Alexander M. Wether ill and Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Struv© for a dancing party to be given at the pomo of Mr and Mrs. Strove on Ttieiiday evening, June 2s. The affair will compliment Mrs. Henry Horn, of Han Francisco, who fa the house truest of Dr. and Mrs. Richard W. Perry. Luncheon and Cruise Mrs. Stanley Griffith, Mrs. Albert V. Griffith and Mrs. Colin O. P.adford are Arranging a luncheon at the Yaoht club for Thursday afternoon with twelve friends as guests of hon or. Later the party will be Joined by additional guests, and the afternoon will be spent cruising on Capt. Grif fith's yacht, the "Hueja," with tea served on board. Stewart-Lowman Dancc Postponed The. dance planned by Mr and Mr*. A. B. Stewart and Mr and Mrs. J. D. I/Owman for tomorrow evening at Ihn Sunaet club, complimentary to Mr. and Mr*. Frederick J. Grant, haa bwn postponed on account of the In ability of the honor (fueatM to reach the city, having been delayed by flood* in Colorado Informal Bridge Luncheon Mrs. George F. Vn»/lcnberg la en tertainlng with an Informal luncheon at her home on Tuesday afternoon, June it. IT'S CAMOUFLAGE The "Town Blouse" is an innovation in the summer ward rohe which camouflages the separate skirt and waist under the effect of a one-piece frock. The materials in the bloust ami skirt worn by Miss Martha Mansfit ld, the Selznick star, is of white Pussy Willow Satin. The blouse, which has (hi shirtwaist sleeve and cuffs, the deep pointed collar, conceal> the belt by the bodict-girdle tied in the back. Miss Charlotte Mann Annannccs Engagemcnt Mr and Mr* Edwin G. Mann an nounce tho engagement of their (daughter Charlotte to Ensign Ralf ' Douglass Baker, of tho U 8. 8. Call jfornla. son of Mr and Mrs. Robert I,ee Baker, of Napoleonvllle, 1.a.. The wedding will take place In July. ... Mrs. Boufflcur Plans Luncheon Mrs. Albert I. Bouffleur has eg tended Invitations for a luncheon at the Yacht club tomorrow afternoon, complimenting Miss Mildred Karrar and her house guest. Ml.-* Margaret Sweet, of Minneapolis. Ten guests will be entertained. Mrs. Martin to Entertain Complimenting Mrs. A. H. D'Evers, who has recently returned from Cali fornia. Mrs. C. O. Martin will enter tain with an Informal luncheon In her apartment at the Halmar. Wednesday afternoon. Bridge will Iform the later diversion. • • • Strawberry Festival cm Juhc 24 The Strawberry Festival which was postponed last Thursday, on ac count of the Inclement weather, will take place on Friday. June 24. at the home of Mrs. James Hamilton d» Veuve, as prevloualy planned. Luncheon Hostess Miss Eva Engstrom entertained with a luncheon at Frederick ft Nel son's last week, complimentary to Mina Luclle Davies, of Tort Orchard. Invitations were limited to close friends of the honor guest. Mrs. Dulmage Entertains With Attractive Tea With her daughter. Mis* Ellen Pulmage. as the honor guest, Mr*. W O. Dubnage entsrtainrd charm ingly with a tea at her home Friday afternoon from 3 until 8 o'clock. Receiving with the hontesn and the honor guest were Minn France* Inter!. Minn Helen Carman and Minn Marie McDowell. Trending at the urns were Minn Hazel Allen and Minn Her n' tta Barbour, aaninted by Mina Helen and Dorothy Lighter and Mian Doro thy Percival. Little Prlacilla Gray received the card* at the door. A wide banket of pink peonien, del phiniumn and nnapdragons decorated the pretty tea table. Drop-In Luncheon Chi Om«ga Alumnae and the ac tive chapter will entertain with a drop-in luncheon at the Women'* Ivnl ver«lty club. Wednesday, Jun*» 23, at 2 o'clock. AH Chi Om«*ga.H invited. China Shower j As a pr* nuptial compliment to h#»r slater, Mis* Myrtle Munson, Mrs. Charles K. Wustoff entsrtalned with a china shower at the home of her parent* last Thursday evening. Alki Fruit and Flower Mission Benefit A musical tea and benefit card party wjll be given by the Alkl circle of the Fruit and Flower Mission. Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. O. f. C. Barton, 405 W. Hifrhland drive. During the afternoon the following program, ar ran«ed by Mrs. (Jeorg'' Lcnnon and Mrs. Frank Byrs, will b* given: Beloetlona by the wallan quartet Uurt Wlntrra, Itirdy pMraon, It scab' rg KulU ruler, Paul Goerner. Vo«~al— "A I»ove Note" Jimm H. Rog«»ra "My f^1111« Houae" l'ifW "Joy In th# Morning"... .Harriet Ware Mr. K II Kin* Julia A. Henaler at. the piano Violin "Mrdltatlnn** fr«im "Thala". . Mafce^n^t "Concerto" Porlet Olehl Paraona Jamea C. Tyaon at the piano Reading Holartfd Mr* Karl Knight Winifred Kerguaon at the piano. — "Th* Promlae of Life" Cowan "Thro* Honneta" Guy d'Harrietot "Constancy" Webber Mr* f'harl**« Humner llwbhrll. K Grace Oillam at the piano. Darning Margaret 'Jruenatein FOR FROCKS ThU swtn lends Itwrlf well to the making over of the small (tlrl* frock*. If her Hklrt Is too short and there In no other way of lengthen ing it, a good idea in to buy harmon ising or contrasting material, put n hem on with It and then fashion ef fective cuffs and collar of the same | material WAR MOVIES AT MET no POUT AN Actual movie* of the grim strug gle on the Western front are being shown this week at the Metropolitan theatre. The films picture the reall ties of modern wurfare, and cover the entire range of activities of I'ncle Sam's big fighting machinery The pictures are official war depart ment films. ess GOOD PROGRAM AT P\LACE HIP Boasting two big feature offerings and with every specialty on the bill worthy of i>peolal mention, the new show that opened at l/oew's I'alace Hip yesterday proved one of the beat of the season. Personal charm, combined with musical talent of a high quality. Insure the popularity of the Five Virginia Belles. Their repertoire Is choaen fn g»v*l taste High favoritaa are Mumford and Stanley, whose offering. "A Nickel's a Nickel," is a clever combination of eccentric comedy and good music. "A Fool for Twelve Minutes" la the lively okit in which Johnny Mor ris and Edna Town* capture a gen erous share of laughter and ap plause. A novel musical offering is that of fteedrr and Armstrong, pianists Mankin, as "the frog," presents a realistic Impression of the little beast, and provides some of the moat remarkable feats of contortion. Eugene C/Hrten Is the star of the feature photoplay. "Broadway and Home." • • • ORPHEUM BILL AT MOORE OKE OF REST Moore-Orpheum patrons received a plcanant surprise Sunday whefi the new wofk'n bill waa found to be one of the bent of the neaaon. The headline attraction, "A Trip to Hitiand," wan well received, altho It did not come anywhere near being the wonderful nhow that the advance agents had It plcturixed an being. Wilfred Clarke, heading hln own company In a comedy act entitled. "Now What!" kept the house in an uproar with hln rapid fire chatter f J race Menken, Carol Oopdon. Philip Harrison and Charlen Emmerich ap pear In thin fant moving farce. Clara Barry, fat unci funny, get* by well wrth her skit. Hh© In am Misfd by Orvllle Whltledge. Emma Francis and Harold Ken nedy appear In an original offering of songs, dances and laugh*. Carl McCullough, a familiar figure In vaudeville circles. appears In a good monologue named "Squirrel Haven." The Rack tors, society entertainers, thrill tho audience in their acrobatic act. Mai York and his trained dogs cut up In an amusing manner. Top icn of the Day and Klnograms com | plete the bill. SUIT LINES The suit craie tor the moment In Paris in ror thn gray tullored null with the one-button Jacket, snug fit ting sleeves and small collar. In such numbers are these suits nppenr Ing that the .smart woman looks as If she had gone j nto uniform. Navy blue and orchid Is the very newest of combinations for millinery Pink-tinged gardenias are trimming some of the large black hats being brought out for late summer wear. PlßllltrP ,r « ral ™ by LQKWIuj p°" l i,r > " " ously, but usu ally Uw*»e Insert.* are hidden away so carelully through the rtuy that poultry can Ms ure hut very few. My trentlne, No. IB;!, examined and approved by Iho 11. H. Rii reeu of Kntomolugy, , way b» which poultry can lie used to clean up a farm, truck palcli. garden, park, icnMlcry or Uie surrounding!* of a home,' all with out using any oilier means. This trefttiso aiao rtflwrilns. other eusy mew lb, lor Inside anil outside use, where the use of iioultry Is no( fiMMilile. 50c a copy. Mend moil ey oolrr. Circular trie. mail KKINLKIN I4t VV. Kilpatrick Street Portland, lire. THE SEATTLE STAR Personal Mr. and Mm. H»unrt C. Thorn jv kin* huve n-movrd from Chrl •«*» I < *oi|rt to their new horn** »»t 1 .'»0 nt. Mr. and Mm Andrew M Thomas parent* of Mm. Thomp kinn, will Hpcnd (lie nuinmcr with them. • • • Mr. nml Mrn John M Hpannir motor* (I to olympi* with l*r. and Mrw Itobert K MorrlHH Sat unlit)', whrrr Mr. H|M«iioir condu* t»*l the com em K'vrn I»y thr Kalnton «itib of battle. They wprr ihr wwk llld jruc.stM of Mr und Mr*. Tyler. • • • Mr and Mrs. Vardr M«Karlane and Mr. und Mm. Curl Bucktey are m)»* ihliiih ten day* at Uu* l» a» h oft the Oregon roaat. • • • Mr nnd Mrs. John A. B«Jll«rff*on • i*o thr irueat* of Mr. and Mm. Kdtcar Anion, i»t their home Ht the Country club, planning to renmin aliout two Wl>< kM • • • Ml** Edith L++ and Ml"* Madeline Burg*** will leave Thursday by nio tor for Portland, whfrr Ml** l*e will , *l»end the nummrr with her parents. Mr and Mrs. Jame« I-ee. Vlliia Bur gen* will her vaoation at her ' hum* In Pendleton, Ore. • # # Mrs (V A tr Young returned Bat urdsy evening from u «hort trip to San Francisco. • • • Mr* Frank X. Briton and chll dren. of Hi*»kane, are spending the Hummer with Mr*. Seston'* parent*, Mr. and Mr*. M. J Maloney. • • • Mr and Mr« r*ul Harper removed Friday to their *ummer hom* on Merorr Inland • • • Ml** Katharine Bacon, who h** been attending Mia* S pence* school in New York, returned Saturday to *pend her vacation with her parents* Mr and Mr*. Cecil liacon. • • • Mr and Mr* Hugh Purcell have removed from 1104 41st av. N. to 824 McOilvra blvl. • • • Mia* Marie Oreaham has returned to her home In Seattle after spend ing a year vl*ltlng relativea in Balti more. Washington, D. C., and lUch rnond, Va. • • • Mr and Mr* F B- Morgan lewvtng tlie last of this week for Ollhertaon. on the Sound, where they have taken a cottage for the summer montha • • • Mr Marion B. humming* W1 last evening for i'ortland on a short buntn#Mi trip. e * * Mr*. Herbert fondori 1* spending ever*l *eek* In Kugene. Oregt»n. aa •he gijeat of her parenta. Mr. and Mr*. F M. Wilkins. • • • Mrs. Jame* S F>py I* the »ue*.t of her mother. Mrs. John N. Prout. In Belling bam. e • • r>r. and Mm Tom Meodag and •imall son Joe motored to Yakima for the week end. The American Rod CVnaa laet yimr fumlahed 151,000,000 to war atrlcken Kuropa. SEE! The most wonder ful pictures ever flashed on a screen— NOW FOR THE WEEK The United States Government Official WAR FILMS Taken on the Rattlefleld* of France by th« U. H Signal Corps, and show ing the famous 9lst Divi sion In action. ACTION! ACTION! "\ Kvf». t7c, AIXBKATM 50c 77 r RKSKRVKIJ „ r METROPOLITAN GUARANTY BANK AND TRUST CO. KM UIBIVO 4% ON SAVINGS HKNItY KMIINDEUO. Chairman of the Hoard. UKNKY I'ICKAJiU Prmldent. HOMKIt W. HUNKER. Vlc« l*rrnldent. ARTHUR <\ KAHLKB, Cashier. FRANK nfiOWN, A«MiHlant CftuMfr. GEO. L. WILTON. Analfltant CjfHhler. OFO. V. \V A CUT IN, M»r. Foreign I)ept Plr*t Ave. at ml Columbia 111. DERWILLO The Famous Beautiffer Have you tried It y»t? Thouaanda • vrrywherf ar.- uaiuK It II l» a wonderful tonic for ttir akin. di-fica ' hot nummcr mm and (atine* wrin- I klen, lan. freckle*. sallow akin, lila< ■ k load». nun M|>iilfl, riiuithnfHH, ruddlncxn to «jtjlr-K Iv dlxappcar It lirlni£» roaea to the cheek* and inHk*' anyone* look 10 yearn ynunu !r. rjivrK a youthful complexion and "A akin you love to touch " A *ln trle application prmr» || Hit larRV iinnouni'i'tncrit noon to upp'nr in this pupor Auk your UruK'guU about it. I —Advertmuixient. j Cltibs CM US roil Tl KMIAY Qiiern Anne 4'lrrle • The member* of the (jueen Anne Circle of the t'hlld Conservation league will follow the program out lined on pair* 60 of the Program book at their meeting at 1;JI0 p. m. fit the home of Mr*. 11. <| t'hantler. I*o# Third avc. \v. A full attend a nee in dc*lrcd, an the election of officer* will take place. • • • Woman'** Ivducal tonal Oub The Woman'*- ('educational club will cloae It* yr«r of activity with a picnU at t'owen park. Memftiers will meet at th«> pavilion at 12 30 p. tn A report of the state convention wn, be given, and visitor* are invited ty attend. • • • .Seattle Hay Nnivry There will t»e * special meeting of the Seattle May Nursery association at the home of Mr*. Frederick Bau* j man. 424 Harvard ave. N, at 11 a m A full attendanoe IA requested, a* plan* for the garden tea to be held In July are to l»e completed. • • • ICIaIc IJncoln lbri<«li»t CluH The human analyst* cla*a of the I l*«l*le Klncoln Benedict flub will meet I at 8 fi. rn. in Parlor I) of the Krye hotel. Heading* of character will In given by Professor A I* Slier, l'h il>., and IYofeaaor John K. Ayer. M JV. Person* Intereated In the *tudy of human nature are Invited to attend and may re< cive further Information from t\ P. Harper, ao< retary of the club. • • • A. It. K. M. K. Club The A. ft. K. M. K. dub will meet with Mr?(. Allen and Mr*, liainen at 4106 Burke ave. .• • • I AMU ftevlew No. 59 , Alkl Be\ir*w No. f»». W. II A . will , m **t In th*' W. O W hall. Memorial service* will be held. • • • Seattle l/odge No. 7 I Brattle lodge No. 7. l»egree of Honor. Protective association. wll entertain with a *o- ml card part> I Tuesday. J„ ;i t af 9 p m , n y v ergreen ball. Arcade building. • • • Art Heimrtmeni Mr* M Krikortan will entertain the art department of the Soro*i' » club and the Queen Anne Study clul ' at her home, JL2O Ninth ave W . on • Tuesday. June 11, * t 2 p m, when Mr. Krtkortan will addrea* the mem ber* on '"Oriental Hug*." • • • ToU-m Club t Totem club te*m. Neighbor* of Woodcraft, at Broiherhood hall. Pir*» ave and I ike at., at S3O p rn. t'ard r party. • • * ' Annual I'lcnir The annual picnic of the chll*' department of the Woman 1 * • Century club, ahich waa ». hedule<i , for June It. will be held Tuesday. June 21, at the home of Mr*. (Jlen Johnaon, at Klrktand The meml)fr I of the department will meet at Madl k *on park at 10 46 a m. Fun her In formation may be obtained from Mr*. Ilalph IxmnAburg. 617 Maiden ave. • • • Brighton P.-T. A. A picnic will be given by the Brighton P. T. A. at Seward park. Tueaday. June SI. All patrona of the a< hool Invited. Bring bnaket lunch, cup and apoon; coffee will be aorved. a a • Sunaet Height* I .itenu-y llnli Sunset Height* I,lt«rAry club will meet with Mr*. Anna Teeple at Rich mrtnd Beach, Tucaulay. June 21. Take 11:30 bus. • e • Flllott Rax Camp Kltloft Ray camp. Modern Wood men of Amerlra, at Knlghta of Pyth t;t* hall. Third ave. and Vlnrlnla at. t'ance for member* and friend*. • • • Sorority OirV to Greet Visitor To (rreet Mrs J. N. Penlington (Sloe Klncald). the members of the active nnd alumnae chapter* of Comma Phi Heta sorority will entertain Tuenday at the home of Mrs. Frank W. Her cert, 953 31st avc. N., at 12.3# p. m Mm. Penlington has Just returned from Tokyo, Japan, where »he has spent a number of years doing news paper work. • • • ADDITIONAL (1,1 BS Russian Relief Committee The Russian relief committee of Seattle met at 1315 First ave. to discuss plans for their next drive for relief work, which they decided would be for bah>'a clothing. Mrs. Oliver T. Krickson volunteered to make a sample set of warm infants" dolhlng. and also to cut out a quan tity of cotton flannel all ready to ww. Thlj work can ba done by hand while women are gathered In eliilw or for visits In the afternoon, ,ind the garments will I*, a godsend RheyoMtism " you suffer with Rheuma tlsm, investigate the merits of the Nalgen treatment. A Be attle man, who had suffered eight years and taken mud TO! lIH baths and spent a great deal jrl t>f money for relief, "The one bottle of Vulgen that I took relieved me so that I can walk with wise. and the 11 iTfj? rheumatic cramp has almost left mc. can purely rerom mend Nalgen anyone suffer n>> Ing with rheumatism." GBO. H K. TKRRKLU 152* Belmont H Ave., Seattle, Elliott 5137. J $.1.00 at All Drug Stores F»**forr flp*ndlnff n srr«'at amount of for treatment* at health renort*. and rom<ij)tationa with dortom and the medicine* they pre*rrlhe, try Naluen. NA"li•• r• • dozen* of ho called have failed, Naltpn has reaullod in positive Business and Professional Women's Club On W cdnMday, .luni ir»th, th e Seattle KuNlnrM Mud rrofftnlonftl Womfn'i Club hud im thHr iueit« five dH#-intii'H from the Victoria. B. «' Womcn'a club. mid thin narkw an eventful rn< < ling of the irxt International hu*im>** worn* n n ■lub«. The membm of the vl*itlng delegation from Vkrtorla were Mien Ix>ttie linwron preMldent of th* dub; Vtri*. H. !». Hodge*, Mm. A IV Mon ieth, Mr* II U Knight und Ml** vl A. Wig ley Ml** liowron <it vr ii n lnt<-re*tlng taJk on th«- neunitig of their < lub'w nam'*, "Kum turkn t " which Ik an Indian Chinook word that me«nfi "to know, to un derstand," and knowledge atid no lualntanre are two of the outMtttnd ng purpoaeg of the organization. It am* fitting that the builne«o< women representing two friendly countrkse Canada and the United Hlatew hould have held their flrnt Inter national gathering on the occanlon <>t Mr. Samuel Hill'* address and film. entitled, "Th* Sacred F*ml th f it Scrap of Paper." The object f this film I* to stimulate a re iowed bond of friendship and filth ntw« en all nations, and *u<h ran t tiKM a* were held between buwlnee* women of the*e nation* will make ihls bond of fellowship and under -landing *trongrr. Mr Frank Terrace, an honorary number of the club, gave a aplen lid addre** on the ne«d of gf»od road* *nd pointed how Mr Mill wa* reaiialnic hi* dr»*am of good highway*, which ho hopea will "vrntu&My reach from Canada to vtexlco, and Inter on from polo to polo. tn hla Introductory remark* Mr Hill pointed out that "what the world lai ka toduy |a faith," and hla film Intend* to chow how Important fulth la between nation* to the ex tent that nothing Important and permanent la rt-allwd without faith, rhr oni> central Idea of the film. The Sacred Kalth of a Sirap of INprr," la the hiatory of fal'h kept >y the white rare thru law and or ler. The film la exceptionally Inter « atlng and hlatortc tn the peraonnel 'if the partlclpanta and In the unique Matorlcal matter handled so ably. The la*t acene of the film will be enacted at Blaine, Washington, on Heptemher »th. whleh date will mark the formal opening of the "Peace Portal" that will commemorate the hundred year* of peace between Canada and I'nlted Slate* Marshal Joffre will make the opening a/1- Ireaa on September «th. 1921, and • hla will mark the official opening of the Peace Portal He will bring with him the great Marqul* 4e Calnbnin, the grandaon of General lafayctte, who la an enthuaiaatic friend and admirer of America. The aummer camp, "Nealka," of the club will he open to all bualnera women Interested In having a reat uid good time over the week-end', and thla weekend Mian I,ulu M Pnlrhanka and Mtaa Mollle B. Bald win wfll be hoetenea at the camp. Take the Pleaaant Beech beat at Pier t. AH member* and frlenda are urged to avail theraaelvoa of the privilege of thla nunp When Jelly refuse* to thicken pot a gratod carrot Inta a piece of cheaaa cloth and aqueexe nme of the Juice Into the Jelly. Then boll a few aec onda longer. to Russian mother* and haMt. Win all those people who have odds and ends of good flannel large enough for a baby inrmtnt please send their donations In to the Russian relief committer, IJ) 5 First «r»„ and they will he rut out and made ready for shipment, or those who have not materials available may send In money donations. All such dona tions received before the next ship ment *lll be used for baby clothes only. If there are any women who would like to do the sewing but can not furnish material, the committee will do Its best to supply material for them to help. Kubena shirts which your Uiby has outgrown will help Keep cold and disease awny from some Russian Infant, Any de tailed Information wllh regard to this drive may be obtaJned from Mrs. Klemptner, (Sarfleld !70!. Money donations and donations of ■rood flannel, preferably new, will be most welcome, and If some women *lll come forward and volunteer to help with the sewing. they will soon have a shipment to he proud of. • • • Allah Social Club Allah Social club will meet with Mrs. It. R. Mcpherson, 41119 Second ave. N. K . Wednesday, June 22. at ! p. m.. The hostewies are to be Mrs. Mcpherson. Mrs. C.lcnn I), narton and Mrs William Nlckey. Cards and refreshments. All KaMern Stars In vited. Music Piano Pupils to Give Recital I On W«<dn«'Mrl.iy *v*nlnif at * In MnntHlua recital hall, th*» piano pn plla of A. W. Whinder will be lizard In recital. The program to be (flvf»n follow* A4a«rlo In K Mozart "Bulf«*l*ttn" ft««h (>orothf Trathan "Jolly l'»rm»r' ftrhomann "llumhla ll««" . l4n<laay Moyd f'mrr. "Polonaiaa* Chopin Kyi via Mimirtvi 'Hlumbar Hon*' Ourlltt "l.lttla ' oquatta" Mrultb l>orothy Pyaon. Manual ...... . fleet bovan MlJaa 'lllhert. Kpafil»h Dan?* .... Knffelman I 'or# n Mll<h'lL "Tha Will" Joaeffy VaJa*. Ij Flat Chopin 'Whard flohrbar-h. "Ourloua Hiory " FfMUr 'Tht Fountain" /t4mui Margaret Barr. "fltlalM" Jann*n "Hutlarfljr" Helen Hrric>an«l. "Italia" .... War ha Harah Cahaa. "Hpring Ihovtrt" Fink Arth Stuta. * # Fao Follat" •. "Huiftrjr kofiiinc Dorothy Traihan "Air rte Ballet". .. ''h«niiri»(|» "l'anr« of the Doll" . I'uldlnl Tad Hmlth. H«-harsino BabathlM Is»retta H<arp "la Flleuna" Rurpnittlltr n«tnWln» liana. "Th«» *wo»»" .... Ht ftaen* "Holiday In tba Village" Helna flrara Anna Kohrbarh "Spring Hong" Mandeiaonhn "Kuatla of Bprlng" Mlndmg G*o Aunourt. "Jaolea" Purina Valaa. O Flat . Chopin Floran«a Klein "Norw*|Un liridal March" Orleg Impromptu. A Flat Hhubert Helen lUrgtand. CLEANING Glycerine la an aid to cleaning. To remove coffee or fruit stains *atu rate them with glycerine, allow them to stand several hours, and then waah. If your vegetable have wilted they can b# frewhrned by putting them in or>ld ln which there hiu» b**«<n difiaolverj a lit11«* «>da. INGROWN TOE NAIL How to Toughen Skin so Nail Turns Out Itself A few drops of "Outgro" upon the skin surrounding the Ingrowing nail reducwa inflammation end pain and so tougtiens the tender, sensitive skin underneath the toe nail, that It can not penetrate the flesh, and the natl turns naturally outward almost over nlghf. "Outgro" Is a harmless antiseptic manufactured for chiropodists. How ever. anyone can buy from the drug store a tiny bottle containing direc tions. Albert Hansen Jeweler and Silversmith NOW LOCATED 1518 Second Ave. Ladies' Sport Skirts New Box Pleats $7.50 Better have a new wool skirt for sport and outing wear. They wear best, and always look well. We are showing: a very attractive lot of neat check and plaid patterns in several pleasing colors; new box pleated effect. Sizes 26 to 32. Ladies' Sateen Underskirts 51.25 to $3.98 You'll be surprised when you see what excellent values these Sateen Petticoats are. They are of good weight, sturdy material, and come in plain black and a large assortment of flowered patterns; pleated flounces. Sateen petticoats wear best iu the long run. Warner's Corset* Special $2.50 A very special offering of rustproof Corsrts for normal heavy figures; full skirt, me dium bust, long hips; gradu ated clasp; flesh color; all sizes. Domestic Curtains—Pair $1.50 $2.00 values—Dutch Curtains, made of scrim; 12- inch center valance; each curtain 20 inches wide, 2 1-6 yards long-; ',-o-inch lace edge. Blankets—Pair $4.95 $B.OO heavy down nap Blankets; assorted colors; checks and plaids; size 66x80 inches. Filet Lace Curtains—Pair $2.95 $4.00 Filet Lace Curtains, made of double thread strong cotton yarn; white and "beige; length 2«/2 yards; assorted patterns. seeOHO AVCNUE AT *JAM£& srmter MONDAY. JFNE 20, 1921. 73ojtUnAf MILK § —^* I 111 ilie malted 111 I milk mosi I I dm J 111 use at Ibeir I I iariAaans. I 111 They Inowjl fit jJoases. I M Barßottlcrvi //I I I . ff// for home use //I » » HAITED r. Pi Mil* l> <■sl^* FOR DARNING If you have trouble darning, hnrntrt the part of material In which hole la over oilcloth and then It wlli not pull out of shape. Eat at Hoyt's Beat Doughnuts and Coffee .IS# Hot Cakes, Butter and Syrup . ls# Ham and Eggs <or Bacon) . .30# Kkcb and Toast SO# Milk foast 15# Beat Coffee In City SO Potato Salad io« Ice Cream lOf Wonderful Plea, per cut .... loV Klce and Cream 104 Fine Sandwiches, Butter lO* Milk 5* MANY MORE GOOD THINGS TO EAT jwyts 325 Plkf Stmt, at Fourth Ave. Natural Remedy for CONSTIPATION Ask your druggist for a 50c bo*. ft riD* Be sure to WK " let the jILJ white VtfA before retiring, . 1 w It positively con quers the worst cases. It's 77% Fruit —No Drugs. 4 Fruit-a-Lax Mfg. Co. !021 Second Ave, Children's Dresses $l.OO to $4.50 Summer showing of White Lawn and Voile Dresses for little folks: many pretty styles, daintily trimmed with lace and embroidery; ribbon sash. Ages 2 to t.