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FRIDAY. l2. 1021.
DOLL PLAY Declared I PLEASING Itosen's Famous Creation I Seen at Cornish Theatre [ With Satisfaction By Glenn Hughes , One of the most famous plsya In Ulii- world wj/i given an Intelligent land Interesting performance Thurn ■fcy evening when the Kepertory kompany of Maurice Hrowno and Kllen Van Valkenburg «k» iwn at Bp Cornish little theatre In lienrik "A Doll'a Ilou»." U nothing new that eoul.l bo regarding the play Itself. In .years since It came from the Htn of the master Norwegian. It has hacked to plwM by pedants, filmed. swallowed and digested by wrfmon's clubs Copenhagen to Kansas, and baa nerved aa a model for ntne-tenths of the ambitious play wrights of tbe world. Perhaps there are thorn who atlll evnatder it a revolutionary document; but If there >r» such, they will not be the aort to read my reviews; therefore I Ig nore them. INTKRTHKTATION KXCRLLKNT The outstanding feature of the pro duction last evening waa the com plete understanding of the dialogue by every member of tbe company. This is all too rarely met with upon til* professional stage. The actinic waa not perfect; the tempo some times lagged, but never was there a oareles.i inflection or an Ignorant in •torprefation. Ellen Van Volkenburg Nora. And surely she brought a vary fine intellectual quality to the Mart. Bhe might be questioned for K?er reading of the first act: It seemed K some that she anticipated some Ml the tragic notes which ara In Mntable later In the play. But be Rhat as It may. one cannot deny that bar third act was remarkably good It was aubtle. never strained, tense With Ibsen a own len.teneas. aud quite Satisfying. r In the difficult role of Torvald Helmrr. Moroni Olarn did aplendid i work. His vivid masculinity and hla overbearing egotism were effectively ji portrayed. In tha long and rather (awkward Mr. Olarn allowed hla admirable |rup of the actor's technique. Probably the only fault one might find with hla per ftormance was hla slight tendency to caricature Ton-aid's weaker nature. Iboen's tinea contain within them aelvea sufficient satire. It Is not ~a»enunry to supplement them with •xaggrrated mannerlams. ' ■TAGECRAF-r 18 AUTISTIC Janet Toting waa a quiet and ap pealing Mr*. Linden; Byron Poulger gave a studious tho perhaps at tlmea SMnotonous Interpretation of Krog staid, and Robert Bell, tho obviously mjk at home tn the rote, presented aft Dr. Rank. Minor role* taken by Emlty Hate. Josephine Roy Mkldlrton, phyltla Billy Grafton and Dorothy IT It would be entirety unfair to ' tkw a review of the production wtth «Ot special mention of the staging, it ti first rate Gordon Craig, with Maorioe Browne touches, and gives ■ ( Diamond "I" Delicatessen 1 NORFOLK GROCERY I I I Tender Little Hike off to the woods thla Main Floor Stall* 17-11 | I Pll Sausage, week end and enjoy a plo- ' H mad* before I nic. WE HAVE everything FKKBII MILK. quart 8# North Pole SUrdlne*. Terr ? .■ your eye*, for i-ady for you. so that Uiero Ftne Grade Strip* Bean*. , J?", .'ni™'. TVa' OO* ■ your. Sunday V JV will he no your am 10 # Mb. pk*. IJpton« Ifca OO# Breakfast. *hln* over the fir*. famrib»n> Roups per can 10# 'a if" •»*l# Mayonnaise Drenslnr. Ib. 55* Pork Swiiwi*e, lb 35# . ... *' ** n " ' U,"" ■ fhee.e Veal Lasf ih *IR<» Kan ma Cleanser. regular 10c. 4# lb sack Holly Flour 82.05 ■ » w <•„ »«*•» ■ Fancy Bologna, lb 18# Meat Plea, I for 20# Royal White Boap. « f0r..25# Salmon *»* I €T *0 "1 FOR YOUR 9 */c2ill Green's Prices Are Lowest FA £Y OUTINC I LBS rr _ 8 lb*, fine Cane Sugar, CC« I Jt*' KKr while it la»U, limit 8 lb.. DOC I IrjJ* VVW BUTTER, beat Creamery 42* B:,Vlnr ffl "P~"" <*>••*'«• to,, for th* 3 for ,91.25 .. _ picnic. I I WOCA CHEESE, full Cream. .. 20# «w r, TT Mfcf ROI MT'^ M, SUGAR cheeke," Brick, ib. is* mH DULU I O r W MlLK—lt*« Cooperative— , * LM ««ee» City Market floor, C* -o 2 can* for 10# Crescent 99 I H| ■ B H Urntt I Lb*., While It LasU |ta,p,...2M Coffee, 1b....50# »TS ■ ■ / 1 PINEAPPLE. bljr ran*, Sliced; UPTON'S TEA, % lb. Ceylon r ~~ ■ Seaboard Meat Co. FLOUR, 49-lb. sack, the best made $1.98 I ■ Stall 5, Lower floor WK DELIVER THE GOODS M/irkPt I P , r ur°Dr r ? r Greei't Batter and Grocery Slere Re. 4 M .in n«.r LOUR HLKL . Hu „ s o_i,o*-rr n„or Pimm- Elliott IMB 4(h and I'lne Stall 23 ■ Legs Spring Lamb, Elliott 4141 ■ pound .* 201 ~ ~ ~ | kancv boiling g c I sh^ r . , :" n,b .. Koa -", t oe Washington Delicatessen ™j£»3sc I ■ .Stall 33, I/Ower Floor iuiamt . RS ' ■ Beef Roast, lb 10< p. rounds, Mana B , r pot boast, JOc | [■ shortßibsßcif,ib...s« p res i! Killed Chicken,lb. 25c Urdi^%lw ., | US' Sugar-cured Bacon, S l\m for 25# Fresh Poark Roaxt, lb IH# '> || )s I.aiill), ■ I-m pound Minui'.xolu ll.iius, %or wh( le . MM DOUnd I H Local Bacon, Ih ...18# per Ib 35# 4 "\J» H ■ Sugar-cured Picnics. one summer sai:bage tastes most deutiois B H pound Try It for %o«ir PUnlc J 1J 'Double-Life' Twins Fool 'Em Change Jobs and Even 'Dates' The Sherlock girl*, looking their tu-indcat SAN BJERNADtNO, Cal . Aug. IS.—Having a keen sense of humor and of the possibilities which go with twlnshlp, Elsie and Ethel Sherlock make Ufa amusing for themselves and per plextng for their aseoclatea by chaoging jobs, fooling the fel lows. Ind escaping annoying predicaments. They are affectionately known as "the Sherlock twins." and even their employers cannot tell them apart. Klsle la a stenographer for tha county board of supervisors. When she asked for her annual vacation the board refused be cause she "had already been grunted her allotted time." Ethel took her aiater*a place for two week* while Klale went vacationing and the board never knew the difference. "I'd be fired if they knew It," chuckles Elsie. Ethel had a data with a fellow ahe didn't particularly tike. Elsie did Ilka htm. particularly. They simply switched places, and the young fellow, having local tliratrr icnmi an opportunity to are modrrn ata«a l<t<ya handlad by a man who knowt hi* buainraa. ami who ta tharo and arllallcally qorut I*l rnt in tha application of hu prlncl plra. "A r>otr» ITouao" la to be prramtrd durlnc tha rrtivaindrr of ihl# work and four tlmra nr*t wrrk. That It mrnla the attention of every mtioui play goer la beyond quaation. Poultry Delegates Are Seeing Tacoma Delegates to the American Poultry association convention now being held In Heattie are visiting In Taco ma Friday. During the day tbrjr will tour thr Puyaltup valley. At Thursday's session speakers urged that a representative be se lected to vt*lt Washington, D. C-. and urge congress to Increase the duty on foreign eggs. It was aliio decided to set aside a fund of IJ 000 to finance a field de partment of the association. FERN DALE—Hundred* of per •on* at Whatcom County Old Set tiers' association picnic disappointed when f>ov. Hart fail* to Appear to make promised speech. , but two ordinary eyes, waa hap pily fooled. "Trading names and Identities for the moment," say the Misses Sherlock. "la one of the pleasant privileges of twlnshlp. It's kits of fun. and gives each of us tha chance to liva virtually two Uvea." Wash.—-Rid* railed for new ferry to operate on »•- highway detour b»l*«n l*siciflc and Aarke count I erf. RANDOLPH GROCERY CO. 1506-08-10 First Ave., Just South of Liberty Theatre Wholesale and Retail—'We IMlvrr SPECIALS FOR SATPIDAT AND ALL NEXT WEEK SifirßJE II Iks. Ik | SoipSSJl'Bars 25c rinutlta, hr4«a'a. r.4. n ( Milk. Ir« raa. .!«• 5-lk. ran M. J. M. tatter. SI.T»i I Ik ...*•* Kaaejr ('*ra, Ctu ar «. P. .1 mm IIV pi. rmm Otlvr (111 ««. WU-i H H« A Wr rai Imp Samrilaa •■Hlllra, 3 rasa ........ Mr H IS* Iwlilr lllalea »r laawala, kalllt K" ■ Sir Iwlilr Purr I ISrr *l»'|ar Ilr ■ l.arar eka. ran Klakra. S far .Mr ■ •V.r Herat Hakla* Pewder. H war raa Hire «ill»ea •«* I l*r raa I. X. I. »a«». 4 far »• I • Jr 11*11. all rau xaal. pk« ~w' ■ Mar Hkllr Aaparaaaa ripe IP.-i * for *ftr I TSr lirl Maalr <ar4lara la Taaaala law*. S raa*. Mr ■ (.arc* rk|. t'llna* Pawder • UVr jar Plrklra ar I kaa-l ka« »• Mr raa IMaalry Malar « art. ran 3«r ■ Mr raa Plarapple. I'rarkra ar Aprtreta. raa. 'Mr w Marala ar »>aaaa Oil. pi. »rp *r. STa li nn T-lk. Marareal ar Speakem /.MM •Or kalk < ereaaut. Ik S*e tor pkg fnrnm or rbeeolate . Mr OOOn WAlJftrffl. p»r lb »•* «0e ran CORNED REEF l»r pAROW*X. lam* pkg 10< MAT»'HK.I 4-XAe l*T MAfioN JAIIH, Jot •*** 16c TOII.KT I-ATKR 4-ISr QT «AM'V JARA d<;«. .. SI.IS I4r ran KIT CI.EAMSKH.. .4-SSr JSr I.KMnN. VANIM**. b0t...1»r tic ran BAI.MON. » ran# ISr < AMl'lil-.l I. « HOI I*. Ml.. . I»e ior noixKi> oats «-i3r s#< c. c noun .• • •■•■ a DEL. MONTH HAI'CE 4-IHr KANf'V SI4CKI' PKAI HIU.. IW FANCY NAVY IIKANB 4-»r Wai UinrthKoll* . ..... JMSa KKIJI KAPTHA SOAP .... »-S*r |« fba WHITE or TBIXOW 10c ran niLX. (tCKLRK I*r CORN MttAU »» ran BAL.MON »-»* Good SARDINBSt ran Sr lie TOII.KT PAPER I »r ,0 [be. H»T!!T 11/H R Mr r» M 11A KKI > BEAN* a- WW- 10 lb* HOIJ.T nOtIV sOr HO-KKYK RAI.MOS ran U. «» lb. 1101 J.T il '" CHKMK oil. aOAP .3-3 Art lb*. M. J. I! B ll* MA' ARONIor«PAGIIKTTI »-iae | NAVY'MKAN*I . T.t Ika. Mr , Rulk MACARONI . .S-SSe'lOr JAR RtnriEßa. 4 d 0*.... »• U« HEAD RICE S Ika. PRUKBB «-»e PEANUT BUTTER Sfc 3 lbs. 25c lOTOS —Large fancy ranch. <Jo*rn 43#; I dosrn 85# JIONET—Iib. ran 98#: Me ql SOc Ola** PfRK JKL.I.T. J for *s# BUTT IE R —The Vary Beet, lb. 48*; 1 I ha, 85* «0c AHfiORTKD PRESERVES or JEIJ.T. 88#; I for fI.OO THE SEATTLE STAR CANCER CURED, SAY DOCTORS Two Tests With Paste Get Quick Results Under the mpervlaton of two HeattJe phynlcluna, Pr. William C. B|»eidel and Ur. O- J. Went, aoine In tereatlng reaulta have be*vn obtained with a new treatment for cancer, devised hy W. U. KaulU, a layntuu, of Centrulla. For the teat hera William Kit*- gthlinne, of Alaaku. and Mr*. Kiitnut T'obblna, of Olympla, were taken. I >r. Weal examined t»ith i«illenta ami found KlUgtbblna' cancer waa malignant, while Mra. Dobbin*" waa dormant. Tha treatment conalata of appllra lion of a dark paata. "I do not know the formula of the paata," auid Dr. Waal, "but thla much la true, that With til "two wMki tha mincer* were aaally removed and normal healing waa under way." Naults Obtained tha formula from hi* father, who »a* formerly a phyakian In Tenneaaea. Big Dirigible May Come to Northwest The giant dirigible SSRS, the world's greateet aircraft, recently purchaaed by tlie t'nlted State* from Kngland. to fly ffom Rngland U> Oils country on Auguat "5. may make Seattle Ha borne port. If govern ment off inula to Waahlngtoo heed the telegram sent them by the Se attle Chamber of Commerce and Mayor Hugh M Caldwwell. The /.HZ may vlett the Pacific North west. Do You Smile on Monday Morning? IiONIX)N. (Ry Mull to Unltcl I*roaa> That Monday morning look In riiKnidng the atti-Mtlon of wh<MHi attention la einjigml by such things., A tiawapapar man whniw* hut navixl hl« hnad from t>Hng n ti'lt orna mnnt, oh.crv <-<1 |OO rnpcriwritittlvr , I'"Opt# walking along the Hirand Monday morning and reported that; TJ wore frowning xllghtly; 2J war* coin-rallng wlUi axpra* -<loi>|v«m f'loca on apparent abaenoo of thought; « warn .hatting brightly, and 1 waa untiling to herarlf. Mo»t of tiia frownrra ar»m*d to tw i thinking of aonivthlng not #rry OLYMPIC-CENTRAL PUBLIC MARKET Entrances First and Second Avenues SATURDAY SPECIALS '"S.g" American Grocery Stores Company HELP YOURSELF GROCERY. UPPER FLOOR, tENTRAL PUBLIC MARKET CENTRAL GROCERY, LOWER FLOOR, CENTRAL PUBLIC MARKET SEATTLE GROCERY, SEATTLE MARKET, 109 OCCIDENTAL AVENUE MAIN OFFICE AND MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT, 1112 WESTERN AVENUE PHONE ELLIOTT 5074 .Clean Stores! Clean Stocks! First-Class Service! Connect with These Grocery Bargains! BORDEN'S MILK, TALL CANS, 10c; case $4.75 CANE SUGAR, 10 pound. 69c FEDERAL and CO-OPERATIVE MILK, TALL CANS, 10c; 3 for 29c Grape Nuts, pkg 15* Raisins—Seeded. 11-oz. pkgs. 17*; 3 for 45* Shredded Wheat Biscuits, 2 pkgs. .25* Cr j K^" lbti - Z9 *> 3 lbs - 6 lbs - f*' o ®: Kellogg's Corn Flakes, pkg. 11*; 2 for 21* Fisher's Blend Floor, 49-ib. bag .... .*. .*....52.18 Uneeda Biscuit*. pkg. 6*; 3 for - 17* Corn Meal, White of Yellow, 9-lb. bag 31* Demonstrations Saturday! f CENTRAL Heinr 1 * 57 Varieties at Help Yourself Grocery—Upper Floor \ PUBLIC National Biscuit Co. Cookies and Crackers—Central Grocery, Lower Floor I MARKET ■*■ -* > lleinz's Baked Beans, in Tomato Sauce, Plain and Veg-- Preserves, Tea Garden Brand—Raspberry, 1-lb. jar etarian—small can 11*. 2 for 32*; med. can IB* 4 , 39*; Blackberry, 1-lb. jar • 35# • 3 for 45#; larjre can 27*, 3 for 76# Pineapple, Sliced Honolulu Lady, No. 2 can 22#; lleinz's Tomato Soup, small tin 15*; med 22* 3 cans 63# lleinz's Cooked Kraut, No. 2 can 22*; 3 for 63* Pineapple. Extra Sliced Hawaiian Club, No. 2 squat cans Special prices on N. B. C. Pkg. and Bulk Cookies and 25#; 3 for 73# Crackers—Complete assortment—New, fresh goods re- Grated Pineapple, large can 25#; med. can 20*; small, ceived daily. 2 cans 25# Bulk Ginger Snaps, crisp and tasty, 2 lbs 20* Kaoma—The New Cleanser, only a few days longer at Peanut Butter—School Boy, !b. tin 19*; 2>4 lbs.. ,45r special price of 2 cans for 11* —TRY IT. Med. Red Salmon, 2 cans 15* Lenox Soap, 8 bars for 25# Shrimp—New pack. No. 1 cans 25#; large cans 44# Ivory Soap, small, 3 for 25#; large. 2 for 25# Oysters, 4-oa. can 17*; 3 for 48* 10 Crystal White and 1 Creme Oil Soap for 50* New Pack Cut String Beans, No. 2 cans 10* Citrus Powder, large pkgs 24# New Pack Peas, No. 2 cans 15#; 3 for 44* M. J. B. Coffee, lb. 40*; £lbs. $1.17; 5 lbs $1.85 Faultless Pickles—Sweet. Mixed and Plain Sweet— Hill's Red Can Coffee, lb. 42*; 2Vj» lbs $1.04 Pint Mason jar 39*; quart Mason jar 63* Our "Special" Blend Coffee, Roasted and packed fresh Jam—Mix Phelps' Raspberry, 8-oz. glass 20* every day—GOaranteed to please; lb. 29*; 3 lbs. .85# Mail Orders always shipped promptly—We Guarantee everything we selL Mail Order Department I 1112 Western Avenue Olympic Meat Company United Bakeries First Avenne, South of Pike m mk Steer Pot Roast, lb. ..10# Pork Roast, lb. 22* DIvQU Steer Short Ribs of Beef. jjome of Delicious Hams BETTER THAN THE B&ST ! " lb 9* and Bacon — Rolled Beef Roast, lb. .14* picnics, lb 20* O1 21 TOT A I n9IIA< fnP Lamb Chops, ls* Bacon Strips, lb. 24* kUaVOd 10l £wC 2 lbs. for 25* BAKED IN ELECTRIC BAKE-RITE OVEN Shoulder Lamb Roast, Laree Assortment of Coffee Cakes Cookies lb 10* Big stock of Fresh Dressed Cak^ Round Steak. Ib 22* Hens and Broilers. , T-Eone Steak, lb. ... .30* Cream Cheese, lb 22* Seattle Market, 111 UCClOeiltal FREE CHECKING STAND Olympic Market, 1426 First Ave. Western Delicatessen Co., Inc. Central Meat Company Upper and Lower Floors Seattle Market Central Public Market Occidental and Yesler First Avenue, Between Pike and Union 1420 First Avenue Extra Specials For Your Sunday Outing Roiled Beef Roast, ib. 15* Pork Roasts, ib. 20* Steer Pot Roast Beef, Sugar Cured Hollywood Fried Chickeh, half. .25c and 30c P®" lb -—•••• • Bacon, lb 20# Fancy Short Ribs, 1b...9* Roast Chickcn, /»A_ Eastern Sharp Lamb Roasts, lb 10* ~ , ' each OUC Cheese, lb OOC Lamb Chops, 1b.... P«cnic Hams, Ib 20* Potato Salad, Of- Mild Cheese,' Q1 Veal Roasts, Ib. 14* P° Liver, lb 5# 2 pints OOC lb hIC Veal Chops, lb 20# Wild Rose Lard, 1b...15* WESTERN COFFEE STORES COMPANY Our Very Best Coffee 40c lb., 2 lbs. 75c COFFEE, Fresh Roasted Daily, and Guaranteed to please or MONEY BACK DAINTY LUNCHES Hot Coffee with Pure Cream and Dainty Lunches Served at AU Stores ! Our Service Will Please You! 1426 First Avenue—Olympic Market STORES AT— 1420 First Avenue—Central Market • 109 Occidental Avenue —Seattle Market BAY CITY MEAT COMPANY MRS. JESMCR'S 1420 First Avenue BAKE-RITE BREADERV Choice Steer Pot Roast, Shoulder Pork Roasts. mI ■- WHI-nMWi ■ lb 10* lb 210 1414 First Avenue Choice Steer Short Ribs. Fancy Veal Roast, lb. .14* SATURDAY SPECIALS lb 8* Picnics, lb 20* 2 Larf?e Ixrnves HOT BREAD ... .25* Choice Steer Rolled Rib . Hollywood Bacon, lb. .20* BUTTERHORNS, Frisco Style, 3 for .25* Roasts, lb 25* Bacon Backs, half or Home-made DOUGHNUTS, dozen 20* Shoulder liainb Roasts, whole, lb 28* Delicious Rolls, Coffee Cakes and Layer Cakes lb • «10* Pure Lard, lb 15* for Camping or Picnics plaaaant; and only tha ona aeaniad really happy. A photographer explained the frowns. "Krowna ant tha feature of the Monday untitling look of London era," he mild. "Country people are different, but In London there la a (Miiupkle reveraal In ea|>r*«aJon be tween Monday and Saturday, when overyone la hurrying and everyone almoat -| a looking forward to a well planned week end." rtTNICRAL KKKVICKS for Adhley Carleton Moore. 27, •<»« l<ea at., will he held from Tluttc.rworlb's Hunday at 2 p. m. Cousins of Seattle People Lost at Sea Hrwt nnra of th« dA»ih of hl» nonnln anil h*r hu«tanil, Mr. and Mra. Wiiltar U Johnnon. waa m c-dlvM by Jj. A. Dunham. Thurad*jr, a trl«<(rri»rn announcing that thry had loat Ui'lr Hvmi on tha 111-fatnl atoanirr Alaaka. Henham la anrre tury of the Lullco 1-aun'h A Towboat Co. 8,500 See Parade of Stock at Fair nmtl.l NOTON, Au*. J2.—Kl«ht thouMitvl fl»a hundred vl«itor» at- thr KlkK""*' atork parada «»rr hold at a Hkaslt raninty fair, Thura day, wh«i 2it cat!la and 7& horaaa wrrn put on Kihlbltlon. PAGE IB Prince Wed« Nurse and Family Forgive* TIOMK, An* 12. lnt#rr«!» | ulnn bjr th« quM-n. th« ffunlljr nf I'iinr* Flllppo Uorto-ramphlli hav»J furKlvn the yuunn (or nmrry- IrtK Minn \>ykm. a riur*«. Announcement To all my frwrodn and oM om Utimr» I hin oiwMd a imw iu»» In my uwn bmlduuc. at I#l4 Pln« gtrwit, and will art) (Mr-' fnoKnl I*ainU and Grrmnt Mnr> handlar at knvaat prlaaa ■ MIKE COHEN l»M I'I.VK snU'JTt Mm«i Twi> i/i 4 Borva Im. Katabllalwd nine* !9M -s<nwr» r>-»i t« AIT