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Seattle «Society Miss Gazzam H7</.s Mr. Haight o t Crystal Springs; Miss worboys to Be August Bride; Charming Afternoon Honors Visitor CKARMINO in Its simplicity v> t» the welding of Mis* ruth <;** rim lin|ht'r of Mr and Mix War ren L UUU" to Mr gilbert pierce llatght. »on of Mr. an«L Mr* James V llaight. Which was (ofehrtN yesterday afternoon »> Oirw o'clock. mi the home of lh<r bride's parent* 41 Crystal Spring* Kev Itobert !»oott Inglis. of Nmrark. N J . unci* of the pMBi, read the wnlM be fore a company of relative* and close friends Oreen and whit* was the ke>note in the decoration*. hhasta daisies, madonna lilies and hu. klcb.rrv were artistically arranged In all th« rooms A profusion of these flow er* hank<M the fireplace and with a row of altar candles on the mantel, made a dignified background, before which the nuptial *ow* were « changed Mr*. Kordham Bassett Kimball. (Alice Oilman) played the wedding music The bridal party <*n» down the stuirs led by little F.lliabelh l*a Hodg>- as flower girl. tUlniy ID shell pink organdie, end mro'l' l ! * tiny basket of bub) row*. The bride " two elsters. Mrs Roy Brown Karl ins and Mrs. J Thacher Hodge. as matron* of Honor, followed Mr*. Earllng's |o«n was of white taffeta and net. glrdfbd with pale green georgette, and Mr* HnllC wore pale green wile. Their flower* were lovely arm bouquet* of sweet peas. In the pink, cream and lav en der ahade*. tied with tulle In corre sponding tint*. The bnde, on the arm of her fath er. was charming In an eiqul*lte bridal dress of luce, made round length The bodice had *hort *leeve*. and a square neck. A tulle sash fin' Ished with a soft bow on on* side, had a touch of pale rreen. and lon* whit* streamer*. 8h» wore Mrs. Kimball's tulle wedding veil with It* tdff beautifully embroidered. It was very long and arranged to HP effect over her hair, and a «NJk of orange bloeooms encircled brow. Ophelia roses, white sweet peas and gardenias. In a graceful loose arm bouquet, wer* her flow •rs. Mr. James A Height. Jr.. was groomsman for his brother. Mr* Ounin wore heliotrope cr»pe. trimmed with cream lace, and Mr*. Halght, lavender crepe de chine. An Informal reception followed the ser rice. Mrs. Halght on her wadding trip was attired In a one piece costume of nary blue poiret twill, with which •he wore a navy blue coat and bat. On their return they will be st home temporarily at Crystal Springs Among the out of town guests at the wedding were Rev.- Robert Scott Inglls and Mrs. IngHs. Miss Agnes lnglls. and Mlsa Dorothy Hurrlmn. of Newark, N J.. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Hurd. Mi-a Catherine llurd. and Miss Clarissa Hurd. of New York city. Mrs Halght graduated from high ach«ol and attended the I'nlverslty of Washington She had been ac tively Intereated In the Campflpe girl*, serving aa secretary. During the war she contributed her aervlcea at the Hoetcss House at Camp Lewis for two year* Mr. Haight ta • graduate of Yale and the law school of the University of Wash- Kigton. He ta a member of Alpha Delta Phi fraternity. e * • Miss Worboys N~res Attendants at Wedding Mlsa Helen Montfort Worboys. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. Worboys. and Mr. John Henry o'neill will be married Wednesday evening. August 10, at I o'clock In the First Baptist church, with Rev. Ambrose M. Bailey officiating. Miss Helen O'Netl. sister of the groom-elect, will be maid of honor. <nd the maids are to be Miss Irene Harmon. Miss Margaret Hamill and Miss Ajine Crouley Katherlne Oli ver of Hwjuiam will be the flower girl. Mr. O'Netl has chosen as his groomsman, his brother. Mr. Charles E. 0"Nell. and the ushers are to be Mr John Davidson. Mr. Earl Camp bell of Omak. Wash., and Mr. Har vey Wilson of Everett. Miss Worboys Is a graduate of the University of Washington, and a member of Alpha Delta Pi. and Theta Sigma Phi fraternities. Mr CNell attended the t'nlverslty of Washington and Is affiliated with ■M* L'pellon fraternity. • • • Mrs. Soliday Entertainx With Delightful Bridge-Tea Complimenting her charming house rnei-.t, Mrs. K M Hmktn f-.ull Of Albuquerque. New Mexico, Mm. George W. Soli'lay entertained mrwt delightfully with a bridge-tea at her bom'' yesterday afternoon. OargMHU dahlia*, shading from pastel to sunset tints, beautified the home. The pretty tea tables where Mr*. Irving GH»n. Mm. Daniel*. Mm, Richard A. Balllnger and Mr*. John C. Perkin* alter nated. wan attractive with n lovely wide centerpiece of aweet pea* in rainbow shade*. , Assisting the hostess In the en tertainment of her guest* were Mr*. A. M. MacWhlnnle, Mr*. Marry B. Jone*. Mr*. Henry Ward Beecher r.nd Mr*. John K. Bu*h. Elizabeth Hummer* received the card* at the door. • a • Informal Dancc Will Honor Mr. and Mra. Hughes Complimenting Mr. and Mrs. Cor nelius Edward Hughes (I.ottle Trenholmei, Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Lear and Mr. and Mrs. Lore.n B. Angevlrie will entertain with an In formal dance at the home of Mr. and Mr*. Lear. Friday evening. • • • Miss Week* Plans Tea Complimenting Miss Liindy Miss Mary Ixiulse Weeks will M ho*taws at a tea tomorrow afternoon from 3 until 6 o'clock at the Kappa Kappa Gamma house to honor of IRENE LEVINSON The. little daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Joseph Lfrinnon.— Portrait by M. P. Kirkpatrick, Uunhnell Studio. MM Mary Luody. gue*t teacher at the Comlsh school this summer Presiding at the urn* win be Mrs. W. D l.atnl>uth. Mr-i Kre«|erick Perlne and Mr*. M. H. Haitery of Pendleton, Ore. • * • Laundry Shourr for Miss Gate« Mr*. IjOuis Conner will entertain tomorrow afternoon at her home with a laundry shower, compliment ary to Mlas limits* Gate*, who will become the bride of Mr. Frank Har rison Jenne of Mount Vernon on Saturday evening. July 18. The Iguests will be a group of ths WW! mate friends of Miss Oaie* • * • Beaeh Supper at Laurel hurst Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Iladley enter tained last evening with a beach ► upper at their home in Ijiurelhurst complimenting Commander l-e* M Atkins, I'. »■ N„ of the U. H. rt. Mexico. see Informal Luncheon at Summer Home Mrs. John M. Blackford enter tained with a small Informal lunch eon at her summer hum* across Lake Washington thla afternoon. tn honor of Wise Clementine Walters of Ba)Umnr«. who la the gueat of her nlfttr. Mr a. Robert Wslklnahaw • • • Attractive Tea Given Today Mine Miriam Yoqell efitortained thla afternoon at her home with an attractive tea from 3 until & o'clock. It waa In the nature of a farewell to her frienda. aa she la leaving soon for Astoria. Ore., to take up socio logical work. Baskets of delphiniums, snapdrag ons and Japanese Iris were used ef fectlvely In the rooms, and anowy Hhasta daisies adorned the dainty tea table, where Mrs. Frank P. Dow. Mrs. William J. McDonald. Mif. Paul Cone and Mrs. Walter Madlgan presided. assisted by Miss Alice Louise McDonald. Miss Dnro thy Ehrllch, Miss Louise Ehrllch. Miss Dolly Tanner. Miss Thelma Herald. Miss Helen Dingle. Miss Bonnie McAnally, Misa Cbulys Deere, Miss Elizabeth Mar Donald and Mlhs Ruth Price. IJttle Mlnty MrDooold grreted the guests at the door see Pre-Nuptial Compliment Complimenting Miss Esperance Lipsky. who la to be an August •■ride, Mrs. C. L. Tedford and daugh ter. Miss Lulta Tedford, will enter lain w-lth a tea tomorrow afternoon at their home Assisting In the liv ing room will he Mra. Alexander Robertson and ,Mra. William Halns worth. Presiding at the tea table rire to he Mrs. Frederick Treble and Mrs. Arthur Stretch. • • • Musical Program and Added Attractions for Garden Fete For the Day Nursery garden fete at the home of Mr*. Frederick Ha un man, Thursday afternoon, the follow ing program ha* been arranged. Trio compo*M of Mr*. Margaret Moss Hemmlon, Mm. Marmaduke Htralthmlller and Mra. Fred 8. Clark, with Ml** I .'-one Langdon at the piano, will *ong <*) "Ths Morning Wlnif Z«na Hranaromb* (b) "The U|ht U«trt«4 Fairy". Hyatt (cf "Hypny H*r«nad*". ... I»«ul Amhmiif (d) "Hwin* Urn, HwMt Chtrlot".Burl*lfb (*p "HabftMrt" (from "Ctrmta"). Rl*«t fbj "If" Van <l«r Poivl (c) "f*al»am"' Mary I.tuitf Ml** Mad*l«ln« liutlar. Mr Brnest Ferguson has donated h sraalJ strlng»*d orchestra that Will play during the a/ternoon. The Ice < ream booth will In? In charge of Mra. John Krtckson, assiatrd by Mm. Frank Madden, Mr*. Walter Henry, Mm, Thomas lUgge and Mlaa Frances Quigley. Mr*. Allan Trumbull, of Port Townsend, Mra. C. J. C bailor. Airs. George ftraleted and Miss Gloria Branson will be In charge of the for tune tilling booth*. The following I adieu are acting* as patronesses for the afternoon: Mrs. A. B. Htewart, Mr*. Elbrldge Amo* Htuart, Mr*. John B. Agen, Mrs. Albert Charles Phillip*, Mrs. Ed gar Ames, Mrs John Baillargeon, Mrs. Bogle, Mr*. Alexan der Baillargeon. Mrs. Broussal* Beck, Mr*. E. F. Blaine, Mrs, George War ren Boole, Mr*. John Erickson. Mrs. C. Henry, Mr*. Bruce Mor gan, Mrs Edward Morgrin Mill*. Mrs. Farwell Putnam Lilly, Mrs. Vincent Cottman. Mr* Frank Van Tuyl, Mrs John Collin*. Mr* James H Calvert. Mrs Stephen J. Chad wick, Mr*. Wll lum K.irutull Crawford. Mr*, ft Wll llam Cfosby. Mr* James Hamilton I*e Veuve. Mr* II 11. brllni. Mr* John W. Kdd>, Mrs. Ilenry C Kwtng. Mr*. J C. C Kden. Ml** Nel lis Cornl*h. Mr*. Ilorton Force. Mr« D. K. Frederick. Mrs, J. F. Terry Mis* Ada Hanford. Mr*. II A. Fteag ee. Mrs. Andrew (illleapte. Mrs Thomas Oreen. Mr*. Trwfford Huts •on, Mrs. Frederick Hall White. Mr* W. C. Heussy. Mm. Timothy Jerome Mr*. l>unlel Kelleher, Mr* William Cheater Keith, Mr* Alton W. I.eon ard. Mrs. William Hunter McKwun Mrs. Alexander McKwan Mr*. Jame Macfarlane. Mr*. H P Merrill, Mrs VVlnlock Miller. Mrs. Frederick I tic of Tsroma. Mr* W. D. Perktn*. Mr* Alfred Hollo, Mr*. Kenelm Wins low. Jr., Mrs. K. H NehulU. Mme Myra | Pleas and. In addition, all the mem ber* of the Day Nursery association Personal Mr. and Mr*. Walter F. Foster, of San Knuicuno, who hsve been spending the past two month* at the Hotel Washington, with their eon lilair. are leaving Sunday by motor for Hayden Lake, where they will remain a few days before proceed log to their home. • • e Mr and Mra fl H Bonnetl of New York. wIU arrive thla evening to apend the aummer at the Country club, on Bainbrldge Inland. Dr. and Mra. Lucius O. Rajrd. re turned today from California, where they have spent the pad three weeks visiting In various cities In the southern state. • • • Mr. Herbert A. Hchoenfeld has returned from a two weeks' motor trip to Yellowstone park. Hu fam lly remained at their summer home op the Pend Oreille Likes, In Steven* county, where they will apend th remainder of the summer. • • • Mrs M A Matthew. Mrs Will iam H. Kelton. and Mrs. Charles E. Peabody returned today from n motor trip in British Columbia. • • • Mlsa Catherine Collins U th" guest of Mra. Cainerun Squires In fiearhart. Ore, planning to remain a fortnight • * • Mrs. Jamrs Bauer and dansrhter. Mis* Catherine Bauer, have returned to their home at 14t2 Woodland ave., after a yeta's stay In Califor nia. Miss Bauer has been w.th the Mark Sennett company, and after a few weeks will return to take up her duties again. • • • Mrs. 3. J. Jackson and Mrs Flor ence Harper of New York city, who are the guests of Mr. and Mr*. E U McMlcken, left Monday by motor for Aberdeen, where they will epend the week visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Patterson • • • Mill* Ermn Verd *nd Ml** Ruth Trenholme left Monday for Clinton where they will be the guests of Mis* Crelgh Cunningham for a few day*. • • • Ml** Bernadine Hook* went to the navy yard Thursday to attend the farewell dance given In honor of Capt H H. Hcofleld. I*, a N„ who I* leaving for the East coa*L Hhe was accompanied home by her brother, Lieut. Com. Harold Hook*, U. 8. N„ who remained a* the week end gue«t of hi* parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rooks. • • • Mr, and Mrs. E. a. McMlcken. with their guest*. Mrs J. J, Jack son and Mr*. Florence Harper, of New York, and I)r. and Mrs. Guy P> terkln, returned Hunday from a yachting trip to Victoria, B. C. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Leo C. Miller and small son of Ht, Louis, Mo., will arrive Wednesday to spend the summer with Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Internal] at the Old Colony Apartments, • • • Mr. and Mr*. Donald Hartxell of New York, are experted to arrive In Seattle Monday for a month's visit. • • • Mrs Bruce Morgan, with her mother, Mr*. Hydney, are spending a week at Saint* Rest. • • . Mr. and Mrs. John Marks of Mempbla, Tenn.. an- visiting their ■on In law and daughter, Mr. and rH E S E ATTI.K STAR DATES TO REMEMBER W».I>NMtUV, Jl I Y f#— Tha wadding of Mla« Ch*ab»tta Minn t«» Mr lt«lf Imuglaaa l»«k«r Id HI. lUrnaliai t hai-d at I o'dorfc fu||(iM««i by % r»«»|ittnn at lh« hnmf of Mr and Mn Kd* win O Mann, TMt ItNtiAY, .911 V f|-~ Annual party f«»r th* ban«»flt of lli» l»»v Nura«ry H ((to hitniD of Mr* Kradartrk lliuiman Mr* John flui klo> to ant*rtaln with a brtdgr afternoon at h*r hnn»« It* Adrlm court, honoring Mt*a t'arnlll* M*h»n«v Mn John t,«>or Lacha. Jr *lll an t»rl*ln with a hrtdg* afi*rn(ton •t tlii> h»mr of h»r imrtnli Mr and Mr* O, I 1 compll mmtlng h»r tlotar, Mi* l» <i Uriham and Mra It I) Hunting ton, of ttakund. Cat Mm William I'll I Prlmhla to »it*r tain with a lunrhaon at thg Hwn art club, complimenting Mra Kil • ard W Übarla Mra i*li«i!r. |* WhlMliNwy till rompllmrnt Mra tiaorga A llurd with a luni-haon at tha Hunavt dull Mr* hurwl ll# .«» will ant*'-* • with a taa at h»r homa, honoring ht mother in-law Mra O A ftalveat. of Ohio from I until I a'rlock Ml*" lldan Campball to anlartaln tha ma'd* « f hi r bridal party with a lun« ha««n at hay noma INIIUV, Jill If— Mra John h Ituah will mtartain with an Informal taa at homa, honoring Mi* J K Ituah and Mia* Jan* fluah, of J•>!!«■ t 111 Mr* I' I rtaitd* to *nt*rialn with a bridge iWchMHi honoring Mr* frtrr u iia>m of Ha« ramenta. a %TI MHU. Jl I V II- Mld*umm*r dan<-a at tha gaatlta fin If and ''ountiv rluh Ml*a Mary Helen Campbell will Mr Jiiiti•■ * Wilton idling *• III* hum* of Mr and Mr* John A Campbell at 1:1# •'cloth Tt WIMV. Jl I V tl- Miaa Jeaale Keith will »-«»mplim«nt Mia* t.oular <l«te* with a lunch eon at tha Womag't l'nl»*f»lt| link HIIIMMItV. Jl I * t>— Mix M*ri* i.*«tvort< will »M«rt*ln • I luncheon rwmpllntitltM Ml** Uulw UalM TMI MtHY, Ji i v ia— Mr* Jfitiii Ollin* l» eaten ai« »t«h a WM-«i»llun m the ffun*»< rtufc from t until ? ft'ctwk, honoring Mr* Robert * OaDltU, H« N I:h#*rta and Mr* John A werff • ItliM.olilT, Mi.tffT » lb< m*ma«* •( Hw Camltl* M*hnn*r lo Mr « «ll«r Jim»l Ward. in *< Joeepu • rtiurrh at U.M a m Mr* Arthur Krauw. at tha Hotel Sorrento. • • a Mm V E Palmerton la apendlng a few di»i at Knatal • • • Mr and Mr* Ijtn#. Summer* ai» entertaining Mr and Mrs. William II Mcllenry of Dm Molnee. I own. ARTISTIC MEDAL IS STRUCK FOR WINNERS AT ROSE SHOW BY IKIROTIIY KAY (iOI IJ) Tha firat Seattle harden clul< medal haa Ju»t been atruck off. It will be prnwrnH to tha two winner* In tha recant annual raw ahow held n th« unlveraity mu*eutn. Tha meiUl haa been mada by Joeeph Myer after a drawing from a aeal made for tin* club by Mr. W M SomarMlle. a former Be«ttle archi tect. now In New York Mr. Smner vine ia alao aon In law of Mra. E C. Ilugltna, founder and firat preaident jf the Oard'-n rluh. ilia etching* and dcelgna ha*a al way* b»an admired by friend*, and re ■ entljr several were awarded tha hon or of being hung at tha Metropolitan mweum when the annual architect*' exhibition waa held. This ami In circular. with a slight h«v»M Miff. the *ord* "Th« ft*til* n»«ler> Ciub--itiT" encircling it m bold letters. Ths rente* h*» a tripod iflame. iht standard* entwined with nw. and a »croll beneath reading Nature Huc»." The design Is unusually attractive ind the medal struck from It sfiould be a wrrk of art aside from IU value ia • prise It !• difficult to get distinction In a medal by commercial procuwi. for !he artist's graceful letter* are. for Instance, replaced with "stock" let ter*. and so forth. Uul even com mercUl stamping can not spoil the general pleasing effect of a space gracefully filled and proportioned. Two silver medals and one bronxe wtil be struck Off. the obverse left plain except for a slight rounding and an Incised edge. On this side will be engraved the winner s name ind the nature of the award. • e • C. Myron Clark Visiting Here Mr. C. Myron Clark, a murine artist Of Boston. Is at present In the city en route to Alaska. Monday he was the guest of Mr. Preocott Oakes and exhibited lo some friends photographs of several of his latent paintings, among them one of the camouflaged ships ML Vernon and Agamemnon. The Ml. \ernon was formerly the German Prtnceaaih Cecelia, now under a five year con tract with the government Mr. Clnrk l« an eccentric artist. He never believes In publicity nor in exhibiting. Hl* studio I* In Bos ton, but he travels the world over Asked where he got hla studies of the llmltle** ocean, he replied: "I go on a 3.000 mile trip lu.nwn the ocean, then 1 paint." As a young mnn he studied with Benjamin Champney. In hi* 9«th year Champney sent two pictures to the Boston artists' exhibit. The.se were refused. In spile of the fact that the old artist waa one of the earliest founders of the club and one of the hardest worker*. This waa an Immense disappointment to the old man, and made such an im preaeion upon his student that Mr. Clark thereupon resolved never to exhibit. Mr. Clark atudled with de Haa* of Kpw Vnrk. with William K. Norton, with "old man Holllnnnworth," hb hi« atudent* mil hltn affectionately, at Umtltute, and dktl render ing for Kd. H. Hlratton. At prenent he In lirarchln* for Ice.and wutrr pictures, t>ut not the conventional things. • • • Mlhh AJlce Carr ha* *ent home to her mother aeveral Mrnall arulptunil hltn that aha recently completed In Santa Barbara. Hhe in a unlveralty girl, conKldrn-d very promtMlng by hej* friend*. The rtntuette* are now on exhibition «t th<* Flnr« Art*. All who diMciJwwd them that, for a youn* fflrl not yrt 20, the work wan mo*t. promlnlnK • • • Romily Fedden Exhibit Is On Thi> big artlntlo event of the month for ld the Romily Kedden ex hlblt of water color*, now hung at the Fine Ailh guUerlea, 1218 I'ourth hva. It Ig frt>n 1» the public daily , to 5. Tlie palntingx are charming. You CyrtMa Most Obvious Things Also Most Neglected—Do We Conserve Nerve Force an Well an Dollars and Cents! From all nidi .1 ire are urged to thrift. The practm of that much-ignored virtue in being preached from ever)) imlpit and in newspapers ami magazines, Save nave- -nave. Thin i# the reiteration of the inse ones of the day. Spend a little less than you earn; put hoiuc part of your income away for future need. It's pood advice, too. Those of us who heed it ore wine. There's another kind of thrift that's i qually ax vine. Save a hit of nerve force and strength each day. Do not let the i voting hourh find uh completely worn out, restless and fret ful. Conxt rve a little of oodily strength an n cIl an money, (iood lualth makes xuch n difference with our days, our •< fioti*. W<r tnn only do our b<>st i hrn i<v iirr at our h<*t fthyairnll y H'r nmy point to thf nrhirvrmmta of 10mr mrth-ftinnd onra %rho nrtrr knrw robuat hr itth. Hut %rho knout how much grentrr inrowplUH ntrnts might hmr hr*n hnd MtrotiQ botiU'i hern behind fffHiuM of m\ndf Trrribly trite and ofcHyui, thrse ntutr mt'tt I« f Xfaybe Yet they are not bo o6Homi f/mf wr Aat «r a/I prof ited by the knowledge Of what u*e ii wirrr knnvledoe if to it fiof addrd praetiref the moil ©frrlo*» thlny are the aunt W#|jlrt ted of•#*», o/N'H. body, a t'lear mind, both are needed in the fight with the i irrumttonreM of the present So one need be iff• uornnt of the way to obtain or keep them. It's a prf*utinr and mistaken trait of the human mind this thinking that on operation or a prolonged stay iff a hospital ri<f» a of glamor oter o» sets it a bit off from the eommon herd. o« it were .More effort! for pretention instead of for palliative! and cures. Isn't that a better wiidom for to day f • • • What la the rerlpe for file pre «rrve>? 11. ft for one r/warl of fig• mse two thirds quart sugar and one sliced pineapple or lemoe. After thoroly washing the fig*. r«» a fork thru each Ihc Ho* should be handled with care, holding them by the stems so they trill not become ifcoprlrM I'lace the sugar Iff o granite sauce pan and moisten it with water. Roil the syrup until i tear, then drop Iff the figs Boil one hour, then add slued lemon or pineapple and boil from 1! to t and Sunday* from 8 would know at firat »l»wt that they were (he work of a man who jwlnu not for money but for the lore of painting Homily Kedd< n la an Englishman, an R. W A and R H H III* wife la an American, Kitty Douglua. of Tarn town. NT V. Together they travel tha world over, writing and (>alntlng. Thl* winter he waa In Cali fornia, where he hod several eihlbl Hon* I-ater he had one at Mar beth'e. In New York. At preaent he | and hla wife ara In Atglera. Their new eat hook la 'The Baaqua Coun try." Mra. Xedden'g neweat work la a translation from the Frenrh of Hodln'a "I-'Art." |U>th ara now In our library. Alao oeveraj other* of lheir book*. The Ilonkman recently had a picture of Mra. Krdden In It Tha September International Btudlo had a atory on Mr. Keodrn. Kedden was a captain In the Eng llah army and waa asked by the Kngllah government to paint some war scene* Imt declined. saving he had seen all ne wanted of war. Mrs George Rdwards. a member of the Fine Arts, now In New Tork. obtained thla exhibit for us. The pictures are for sale from 1110 lo |ll>o. It Is difficult to paint strong In water color, but this artist succeeds How many times he used rreen can be »een In Yet the picture has body and the color Is clear. "You have tt> be 'awfully clever.'" said one artist, 'to |>alnt such water col or* " The color Is put en rough and then sponged down. The "heavenly blue." as one critic called Fedden's predominating color, is repented In many of the frames. These mere all made In Ixindon—a fact adding value In some people's eyes. They have an "antiqued** look that the crltlca disagreed about some mid w»* Intentional, others that it was due to the strew* of travel. At least it is very attrac tive. * * * Fine French Books Now at Frederick & Nelson's Ml** Andrus I* In be specially con rratulated on her newest choice of Bhe has some 20 new French stories. rerently Imported for Freder- I Ick A Nelson's department for chil dren. Some are of the finest French books. Illustrated by such faimlus men aa Boutet de Monvel, Home are "I Tease lagging appetites with this tempting Baked Custard Always smooth and velvety Berau „ Carna _ made with Carnation tion Milk it tuice at rirA at ordi -2 eggs, beaten light, 3 tablespoon- nary milk.it give* full sugar, grated nutmeg, 1 cup eutiardt, pud t r> dinqt and mil of Carnation Milk diluted with I foodt a finer fla cup of water. Mix together and var *dded , „ , . tmoothneti. Vl« pour into buttered pan and grate Carmtion in any nutmeg over the top. Set in a recipe calling for larger pan of boiling water, and J m, " ( * 3 ... . cup ( amntinn di bake in a moderate oven. Insert luted with \ 2 cup m clean knife blade, and when it tfater. comes out clean the custard is / done. Watch it closely to avoid . cooking too much. Carnation Cook Book containing Mh ►, 100 practical toatod rocipo*. Carnation Milk Ate* >AT //# Product. Co., 11 SO Stuart BM«., Soattlo. Jf flj'M All Urortr, S,U Carnation Milk "from Content** Cow*" j IIY CYNTHIA GREY Minn (iKKV will rwlw rrm* m »f thin a* llir War ntnrr on T"»mUj« frwu I to «, mnA Bl other Unw by «i> polnLnwwiL. to Ml rn*n* an olhfT d »r« Uuui TurxUj un Iran you !»•»• u ajipotoUnrni wUti Mbw m» mtnprri** vbillor* inUrlrrr brr writ tax- one hour more. Han the Panama ranal had any effect on (he wrather of the lath mu»? H. H. The o/ficints of the fnitrd mates irrn<hrr bureau state they know Of no change in weather brought about by the canal Mow ran waterglnaa utaJn be re moved from a crock? fcour with hot water, soap and krwik. If this doei not remote it. dilute an ounce to two ounces of sul phurir or hydrochloric arid In a crock of warm water. TMI arid can be purchased at any drug at ore. How many cltlee are thera In the I'nlied Ktate»? EIXKN. The census office says there are 1,71) cities of (.500 population or ®r«T. (Hies smaller than thai are counted as rural. la llie're any part of the t'nltrd Slate* In which there are no thunder and lightning etortna? ItCflilllK. The I'nl'ed Htatrs weather bureau sav that so far as known there is none. Along the Pacific coast such storms are t ery rare and generally very light when they do occur. Whan irv the la at total eclipse of tha aun vuil.l* th"i the eouthern t'nlted State*, and how many ecliptic* have there bwn In the I ant 100 yearn? R- R. The I'nited States natal tbserta tnry says the loaf total ccllpar of the sun lisible la southern Cnited Htates tea* June 9. 19111, from July I, IStl, to July I. I9tt. there hare been St total solar eclipses. In International taw what la the area of water surrounding a neutral country within which two warring coun trie* cannot engage In conflict? A. N. The water area within three mile* of Ik* coastline of every country 4a the territory of that renalrf. qu&inUy bound In r*4 and purple c*l too. and mil art uiuiuailjr attractive aml artt»tir. The Seattle public library has an Indrfatlguable worker for art In Miss Annl* Calhoun. Thla week she ha« hunt .on the upper floor of the li brary a very Interesting collection of Italian and French traAl poalera. If you want to wander mentally, of course visit these fascinating scene*. Art League Now Has 40 Members Th« Art Students' league continues to meet Tuesday nights In the loft of the Hog* building This week they discuas their constitution. So fur 40 member* have Joined this "work club" tt Is distinctly not a Boh em 1 an club, said Mr Webb: "We are serious art WORKKKB." In a strange city like Heal tie, such a ren dezvous fur artists is much needed. Mrs. Penlington Here From Tokyo Mra John N. Penlington, sinter of Prof. Trevor Kincald of the Univer sity, Is Just home from Tokyo. Japan, where she und her Kngllsh husband have a pa|<er. "The Far East." In September she will leave for New York and and London to see about publishing wane of the manuscript ahe has collcctcd. The original.® from the collectlen of Baron Hlaahl iwaskl, of Tokyo. Japan, are now In a case at the Klne Arts. The amuMng little fig urea in silk are very quaint, and are said lo he by Goseda the elder. Other painting* are by nn unknown artist. They are loaned by Mis* G. W. Boucher and Miss Charlotte Mish, of Portland. • • • • • • HOt 'FKWI FTI • • • • • • • • • • • • ess • • • • • • WOMEN'S CLUBS CM l»N KOII Till KtfDAY Kllte Be-bcltah l/odge The Women's auxiliary to Kllte Itehekah lodic", No. 184, will be en ti'Malnfil on Thursday, from 1 to 4 o'clock, In I hi- home of Mm. Edward <iuult. 2.117 3Mli svc. H Following nn afternoon at card*, refreshments will be Mrvrd. « • i I'. K. O. SMrrhood The rryulir monthly tea of ail, the Hi.ittle chapters of the I'. K O Hlstcihood will h« held on Thur*day afternoon, In the Frederick St Nel son frill room, fiom 3 to & o'clock • • • Bollard W. C, T. I'. llcnU> On account of tin- boys' picnic on Friday, the annual picnic of the Mallard W. C. T. tJ. has been changed to Thursday, July 21, at II n. rn at Woodland park. • • • Amaranth horlal t luh Amaranth Social flub No. I will meet at Woodland park at 12:30 p. rn Picnic. All Amaranth roetn b»r» Invited. • • • Daughter* of St. (ieorge I>uughtera of Ht. tjeorge will meet at M. K. It. A, hall Thursday, Jul) 21, at 1 30 p. m • • • Women of M o.m» heart legion Women of Moom heart Ix-glon will meet at Mooee Ternt>le at *3O p. in Card parly. Public Invited • • • Council of Catholic Women Heattl# Council of Catholic Women will meet at Providence HoapitaJ from 10 a. m to B p m. • » • HeatUc Review No. I Heat tie review No. t. W. B. A., of Get Your Seats NOW FOR THE WAYFARER. "AMERICA'S PASSION PAGEANT* Five Thousand Performers; 200 Musicians in the Spectacle of the Ages University of Washington Stadium, July 23-30 (Except Sunday) Performances complete each night, 8-11 o'clock. Snace for parking 500 automobiles within Staaium gates, 50c each, with police protec tion. DDf/TC. Reset-red Seats, $2.20 rIULEiO. Box Seats, $3.30 Unreserved Seats sold only at the gates after 6 p. m. on the evenings of the perform ance, $l.lO. Box Office now open in the Arena, Fifth Ave. and University St. This is the only place in the city where seats can be bought. Order by mail and avoid waiting in line. Send certified check, money order or draft and self-addressed stamped envelope, stating for which night seats are wanted. Use the coupon for convenience. Mail This to The Wayfarer The Arena, Fifth Ave. and University St. Tickets 1 Reserved Seats 0 V '. Box Be«U « 13 30. Dfrtrid J Cbllditn under 1!, half price. Total amount encloeed I I*)- and date for which tickets are drslred Name m Address City Make check* and money order* payable tn The Wayfarer Society. Arena Building. Klfth Avenue and University Street. ■HillWunil« UIH WEDNESDAY. .TTT.Y 2fl, the Maccabees, will hold an all^lJP, picnic Thuraday, July 21. at the up per pait of Woodland park Mem hcra I orne and bring baekel*. hunch at 12 30. ■• • • York Community Cetiier Vork r'ornmunlty Center will meet at Vlt Baker Park I're.abyterlaß church In the evening. • • • ADDITIONAL. CM BS Washington Boulevard W. C. T 17. Washington Boulevard W C. T. V. will m« et In the chapel, 3l*t and Modison at. Friday, July 22, at Z p. m. Following the buclnecx meet. Ing a program on "Child Welfurt" will be given. Visitors are welcome. • • • Program (iiven at Marine Hoapital Mm l.llllan Benson, Mr* Jessie Trather and Mr* Kadle Kill*, of the W C T. V., went to Port Town aend Monday and gave an Interest ing musical program before the boys confined In the Marine lioyf pital. They alao distributed made >*ndy and repeated gram at the hodees houae. U Social Hygiene l/rtuni 1 Mi>* Anna Doyle, supervieina nur*e of the United Btates pubhfl health service, ia giving lecture* ad the University all this week on "Ho cial Hygiene." Friday evening th« Waahlngton Htate OiganlzaUon of Public Health Nurse* are giving a picnic »upper on the University umpui for Miss L>oy|e. Thoee wish ing to attend will meet at Washing ton statue on the corner of ISth N. K, and 40th. For reservations call Mlas Grace Harrington at the lied Cross. Elliott 1795. Supper nerved at nominal fee.