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MONDAY, MAY n. im»2
TRIXIE WARMLY • RECEIVED HERE Veteran Comedienne Heads Bill at Moore Knthualaatlr audtancea graatad tha perennial rat urn of Trtsla Krlganaa to tha Moor* thaatar Hunday Trttia'a waiat Una lan't what it once W*»-or. to ba mora exact. It'a «"on aldarably mora than It uaad to bo fcut. aa aha doaan't attampt to con eaal thla fact, aha la Jtud aa atio eaaafxi! aa aha wa» In tha daya of har moat llaaoina youth. "My I.lttla Hag of Trig." aa har offering la an tltlad. Dot only rontaina aome un usually clever line.*, hut It la ad mlrably gutted to both har tempera inent and har phyalque. Marge Waldron. premiere tanaatiae. haa ona of tha m<nt ar tiaMo offering* aaan at tha Moora •* many montha. Har dance to tha ■ungarlan Rhapaody la exceptional ly delightful. Hha la aupportad at Iha piano by Oaorga Halprln. who fontrlbutaa heavily to tha auccaaa af tha act. Tha Four Oamarnrui ha»a an a*- |Mtrtc comedy aktt which drawa a goXlly ahara of applauaa Edith Clifford, romadlanna, era* una ha ta appaar Sunday on account af Ulnae*. and har pUca waa 'akan fcy bar accompanist. Mta* Zaila In graham, who aang a number of ••nga by har broth*r. Roy lngra ktin. ttarry UVall and hla alatar offar sxtra Special Bargain Bargain Basement's sth Birthday [A STORE WITHIN A STORE T ITER ALIA a store within a store," The Bon Marche Bargain Basement eele- brates this year its fifth birthday. Opened May, 1917, it has l>een from the start a gratifying success, and confirmed the soundness of the principles upon which it is based. We f h,nk ' ar <- worth emphasizing at this time, when the Bargain Basement offers merchan d' s « offerings with which The Bon Marche is celebrating its Thirty-aecond All Expenses Reduced to a Minimum F IVZ HalT«*v^o l No deliveries—charge of 10c per packag*. Merrhj»ndf«» in i P L n i ,»u ft -.u i* * So ® P ar * payments. No telephone Merchandise independently of main store, with its orders. No alterations. °*v . Jill* organization. Uki? the main store, no charge accounts. Mcr ° exp * nsne and no unnecessary service. chandise bought and sold for cash only. All Merchandise Specially Bought Canceled''order* " "Bankrupt stocks. Experienced New York buying Seconds when deDendable Manufacturers" clearances. organization constantly in tha c- . "i• P 1 < Jobs. market. No regular stocks car- Closed oat reuil ,tock». Shorl lm "- » ucU °" <ot». Tomptete iille.""'""" '° r ana All Merchandise Sold With Reg New Silk Dresses fIJIQ QC Best Values This Season vD Wjf7r n Smartest new lines are shown. The chemise model is in many new varia jn ' ■ tions, the long bodice finished with a roll of self material, soft butterfly panels /' ! i at the Bide ' Ion « draperies from the sleeves, and finished with tucking and self /[' ! roses. I ln tHe Taffeta DreM « there fl re liouffant skirts, wired out on the hips, clever s¥&§§ overskirts, snug bodices, generous long collars, bateau neck lines finished with contrasting silk or a soft lace frill, bead fringes and embroidery, and beautiful J /-J I ) beading. Among the materials are taffeta, Canton crepe, Roshanara crepe and 7/ Hf n \ cre P e meteor. The colors are navy, brown, black, gray, Peking blue, periwinkle XJ £.| bisque, henna, white and Mohawk. Sizes to 44. For Women and Children OC« CORSETS $1 Y/ —, SAMPLE HOSE Two styles. Medium Jf Silk and fibar, haathar wool, rofton, and tnarcarlxad ll«a and eotton. ,' ' ? hip 811(1 Spoon / I—' i~rN Wo»t of tha Btr>rklnm ara Mimlm, many hava tha droprtltch s ®®y ,n pink COUtil, sizes 22 lv * V »ffact. In black, whtu. cordovan and color, AII aizc* in th. lot to 30, and Warner's irirdle >ut not In ovary color 1 »" ure Tha Chlldran'a Htocklnga ara llala und cotton In plain or EnglUh "'P style, Wltfl free hip, for *i 1 \ rit,. Black, whlta and cordovan. Not all alzaa. slight figures, sizes 20 to j( P f\ \ \ 1,000 PAIRS MEN'S OQ_ 26 ' iwAW FIBER SOX £*VC BANDEAUX 35c ///IrU A heavy quality with seamless feet and double lisle Two Rt y |f,s - in flevh-col- ji# 'jlf heels and toes. Tarbell's sub-standards. in black, gray, l,ro<>a( Jos and corded cordovan, white and other colors. Sizes 10 to 11 Vi. Madras. AA Gingham Aprons, 98c IftMK Iflgi or ? r K'«'d quality Aprons, among them Amoxkeag ginghams, in many plaids - I cheeks. " rimmod with bias binding and rirkrack braid. There are tie sashes, JgjSgMpP* 1 rfflnjr?'* f r'imwh i rii c h o<)sc a '"s^' °. n t (^ a^raC c lines. A large assortment of colors _! S %M!; Children's Hats $2.49 Jumbo Sailor Hats $1 ni im) m . A / o<><l J 0 ° k !r* 5,' Mll " n ln A Tallt.riMl lint of A hoavy WMVO. In r»D. m ftjm cr***raln rl*jb<>n"and k ' g '" y ' "" vy> brown ' •>»« Hampden "Servant in House" By Glenn Hughes A graat actor tn a popular play that I* my Imptaaalon of Waltar K*m|xlfn In "Tha Hcrvant In tha UnuM,* tha production which aarvad Sunday night to o|MMt ilia wark of rwoartolra al (ha Metropolitan thaa tar. Mr. Hampdan la making hia flrat tour of tha Far VVwt, and ha coma* with tha high plaudit* of Naw York 1 * moat diacrlmlnatlng crttlca pracading him. Ila la prolwthly tha moat Intaraatlng and moat prala*»d Hhakaaiiaaraau actor In Amcilca, and It la only Incidentally that ha la ualng * modern play »• a.i opening par formanca • It doaant taka two mlnutn aftar tha rlaa <»f tha curtan for anvona In tha audtonca to parcalva that Mr Hampden la an actor of Impoalng qualltla* Ilia phyalcal dignity, hla Inipraaxtva votoa and hla sculptural, aonaltlva feature*. all contribute to an Immediate aana* of dramatic affar tivanaaa and elnoerlty. It la a niaappoantmant to ma that ■uch a dtatlnrulahed Interpreter of Hhakeapeare ahould chooae to Intro duca hlmaelf to atrangara by way of Charlaa Rami Kennedy, but. of a plctureaque aarlal act; Julian Hall and Kathlaan liexter praaant a comedy aklt, and Mia* Merle A Co exhibit aoiua remarkably trained blrda. Tha u»ual orchestral and film faa turag complete tha program. cmtrae. It ta a fucf that Mr Hampdan ci-aatad tha role of Manaon, and In It ha haa a graat following Than, thara la a natural relationship tiatwaan Hunday night and "Tha Servant In tha llouaa," which, aa everyone knowi, la a thaatrlcal sermon In flva acta with about tha aame amount of aubtlaty aa tha avaraga sermon da llvered from tha pulpit. Tha aupportlng caat la Intaraattng, tho unayan William Hauler give* a good Intarpratatlon of tha const lance, stricken Vicar, and Krnaat Rowan supplies at laaat tha na< eaasry phya leal robuatnaaa and extraordinary P«.«aU>n for drain pl|>e» which tho au thor wrota Into tha rola of Hobart, I hava an Idaa that during tha waek wa "hall aaa amiia excellent par formancaa of Shakespeare. and heav an knowa It la aaldom anough that •uch thing* ara to ba aaan Mr Hampdan appaara to hava all tha qualltlaa dealrabla In a tragadlon, and It la with tha kaanaat pleasure that I look forward tn "Othello,** "Ham lat" and tha thraa othar cla**lc* which niaka up tha »»k i rapartolra. Wealthy Rancher Missing a Month PROBNRK. May I Relative* of Henry Keller, waalthy I'roaaar ranchar, ara aarloualy concerned about hla safety Kallar dl»appaared mora than a month ago. aftar tailing hia brothar in law and alatar that ha was going on a abort trip to Yakima Ha haa not baan haard from ainca. TII E SEATTLE STAR BORAH PUSHES ENVOY PROBE WASHINGTON. May I *rnir+i*ry of Hint* Hugh** WAN rallml upon to dity I»>* H«nnlor I lor ah In thinw llj|Ht on th«* of $117.A00,A00 ina<t* by (hi* k«»\ m iun*nt to Itoria Itukli m#t*ff. ftmlMiiiMiliir of th* ilafum-t K'H'imky koyatnnttnt of Humlh Ilomh rami ii lint of 17 quMtl»n« In th* wnilw Itnlty ileal ffnrd to show what IwH ime of tha money Ilorali gava aa Ma ri-aaona for aak Ins lh«a* quaatlona In tha opan a»n at* tha appnrant daalr* <>f Hugbra to hava all daallnga with Itaklimataff go thru "diplomatic chatinala." Two Titled Sisters Shoot Selves in Bed I.OMJON, May II I'nabla to llv* without thalr mother. Counteaa Moro alnl an<l bar alalar l>l*w out th*lr hralna aa they lay al<la by aid* In bad at thalr I'aitua nianalon, according to a Centntl Nawa dlapatch from Horn* today. Tha twwtlaa of tha alafara w»ra die oovarrd by e*r«anta. Kach clutched a ravolvar, and phyalllaua declared tha ahota bad baan flrad aliuullaiia oualy. Money All Raised to Send Crew East Tha necraaary $7,100 fund for Iha eendlng of Waxhlngton'a craw to I'otigbkeepele haa baan r*l«ed, >r renting to Itrnua C Hack, chairman of tha fund campaign committer lloth Washington alumni and othar hueineaa people era aald to hava aldad whole-heartedly In ulalng tha fund. CynnllMs) Woman Fear K Old Age—Would Cater to Youth by Artificial Make-Up Route Charm, Character, Personality, Lasting Requisites of Popularity. Dear Cynthia Grey: I wan amuxed by your article re garding the party who had invested in a new wig and you wished you could compliment her just as you would have done over a becoming hat. I would like to ask how far a person in justified in improving on nature with art? Where hhould one draw the line in this attempt at beautifying? At what point does it rease to be sane and become silly? 1 confess that I have always been a lover and admirer of personal beauty, but never had any to be vain about. How I envied girls with apple-bloom complexions, wonderful eyes and curls! Still, when I was young It wasn't »o bad because all youth has a measure of comeliness. But it is hard to see one's skin wither, the hair grow thin and streaked, the eyes dim and hollow -teeth must be repaired or replaced—the whole gradual and inevitable decay is pitiful. Why can't we assume some beauty, even of a different kind, as we age? As the dandelion blossom changes to an airy sphere that Is quite as lovely as its golden oloom or as a leaf takes on a brilliant hue in autumn? Rut no! Most of humanity grow homely as they age—very few, indeed, are pretty to look at when they are old. I think this is a grief a secret hidden grief of which they are ashamed—to many of us "old girls." It la gmerally nonreded now to ba one a duty to niaka aa nlca an ap p'arama aa poaatbla. Tha troubla la to know whan to atop "Improving" On* looka haggard ao aha ueee rouga and than looka Ilka a liege woree than before, bacauaa aha gata on 100 much. tirey h>lr Isn't ito bud t dual mind Ihnt, but wrinkle*? I have many. d«wr Cynthia. lhay weren't all cauerd by frowns and tmd temper, Hmtin people just naturally do wrinkle au young. You eee It la not only pride In ona'a own looks. but an ugly person « all ! wrinkled and faded la repellant to lothere - eepeclally to young people. On* must look fairly well to be attractive to youth, and my work, my dally life brlnga me Into constant 'touch with youngsters I hava <iudi»d (hem and I know thay ara greatly Influenced by appearances One's fare, hair, rurlug*. dreaa ara all criticised by them There was a time when aven powder waa looked at queatlonlngly and rouge wasn't nl>-a at all. Itut In Iheaa days of •hurt skirts, bobbed hair, and public uae of vanity caeee. powder and .rouge are aa commou aa auap Where (shall tha Una b« drawn now? Is It 'foolish vanity to hava wrinkles 'smoothed out by a surgical opera tion? HKAITV I/>VRH. II Is a dreadful though! I hat anyone would actually /car old age Any one may grow old gracefully and i beautifully; but only thru right Mi>- jlng and riyhl thtaktng A ma a Is 'a* old old as ht frrlt. tteauty Is only ' thin deep and handsoma Is as hand jsom* docs Charm, personality, case ,o«d grace arc all tru c of • • rally ftme person and those fralfs of |character arc seldom born, but made I Ida nal telle is gating people Irani w expect a middle-aped teaman to hate a baby .fare and chettnuf kroien rurlt, beraute thry are Mil unnatural If (here Is elernaJ powlk In tha heart, tha f tat urn ara hound 'ls reflect 11, b> au sec one's faro Is only a mirror of one's hcarf. fear >tge and H Wra*ri Mdc<»m C«IH , iale It and If lakes on all of the glory and fttcinatlon of a gotgeout •unset. It Is a part of tha natural J order of thlagt a part of the great | scheme Inn flat le—■lUe the chang ing seasons. / most ccrfalnfg fklnk creep team an owes If to herself as t cell aa the public fa make as good an appear a are at posslMe and irhen she may aid nature by using good creami, patcrfers. etc , the should do It. It '■ teems to me that a woman's Instinct t thou 14 fell ker tchen sack "Imprors- Imoat" borderi on the ridiculous, a a a How may a black color ba pro duced on ateel. The elmpletf method Is fo flrsf Tacoma and Seattle to Aid Park Opening Manilla and Tacoma will Join handa In tha celebration marking tha opening of tha Rainier National Park oeaeon, ona of Puget Sound'* greatest acanlo aoaets, Tha Joint I observance will ba featured by ihe sending of a caravan of automo bllea from Heattl* and Tacoma There will ba a danra In Psradlae Inn on tha evening of Juna 17, th* data of tha celebration Queen Is Selected for Portland Fete PORTLAND. May » With tha selection of tha rose queen, def inite plana ara now under way for Portland'# roae fratltrtl, to b« held June 7, ft and 9. Ml** Harriet Griffith. daughter of Franklin T. Orlfflth. president of tha Portland Railway, I.lght A Power Co., ha* been chosen for quean by tha fa* tlval commute#. EXTRACTIONS FREE DAILY Our (whalebone) plat*, which la th* light e»t and atrongeflt plata known, rtoea not rover tn* roof of the mouth; you can bit* corn off tha cob, guaranteed 16 yeara. Whalebone set of Teelh »8 |K C rowna f4 SH Brldgework, per 1001h.,.,94 $2 Amalgam Riling 91 All work guaranteed for IIS yenra. Ilsve Impression taken In the morn ing and get teeth same day. Exam ination and advice free. (all end See Samples of Oar Plate and llrldge Work. %Ye Mead the Test of Time Most of nur pre*ent pntronsge Is recommended by our early custom ers, whoso work Is still giving goad satisfaction Ask our customers, Who have testod our work. When coming to our office, be sure you are In the right place. Bring this ad with you. nuin CUT-RATE UnlU OENTISTS 107 UNIVERSITY NT. Opposite Fraser-I'atersoa Co, wmsi Mlaa Gray will raoalva caliera In bar nfriia Monday, V/edneaday and Krltlay from I to 1 p m , and on Tuaaday and Thuraday from 11 a m to It m. each week. Meaae do not noma at othar tlmaa aa It aartoualy liilerfarea with bar writing. clean the gtert by treatment iHfll Mot alkali or soap solution to remove oil grease and then immerse it In a weak solution (e o of copper sulphate U vrtiter to Which a lery small amount of sulphuric <i «4 has been added. WkfN the steel is entirely floated trith copper it should be token out and rinsed and then dipped in a ueak solution of sodium sul phide. preferably the yellotc or pot sulphide When a black color it pro duced it should be taken out, rinsed. dried and lacquered, Cut Fare Announced to Electric Jubilee Tha Of+At Northern railway him ■ nnoynr#4 in fxcurilon rat* of on# ind on* h»lf fur# tor tha round trip on th«»lr Una at nil pointa batwaan H|«oknn«* and worth for thoM who »Uand (lit Kladrlc Jubll** tstl«* hrntlon to l>a at**#*! by '.ha Onnt County D*% alopctiant )*agu* at ICphmta, May It and 11. Radurnl tmtm tirk»ta to Kphrafa nnd return will b* on aata at all auch polnta from May 11 to IS IncluaU*. with final limit for return on tha 16th. Missionary Loses Roll to Charmer Iter Herbert J Murchison. an In dian missionary who arrived Sunday from Ketchikan, Alaska, complained to police (bat he encountered a dusky charmer while walking on Second are Sunday night. He walked three bleaks with her and th#n discovered that hie poiket book explaining |22S had disappeared. Better Homes Week Will Start May 21 T'srt of a national movement to stimulate home building. Itetter Homes Week will be observed In Seattle. May 2127. Starting Tuee dav. May 2J. a Heller Homes Show will be held at the Arena. Eden S. Osborne, Pioneer, Is Dead Kden Hummer Osborne, •«, Seattle pioneer, died at his homo In the Bher brook* apartments Kunday. Ha was the stepson of Seattle's first mayor and the eon In-law at Kirn Meeker, noted pioneer of tha Northwest. BE!,I,IKOHAM. Htrlcken with paralyala while at tha wheel of hla auto. r>r. W. R. Gray, pioneer phy •Ulan, la seriously ill. , KKKP HEM, y FIRST AID ' HI I>H. It. 11. HINHOP |H YOI'RN an up to date medicine H cabinet? lU* It ■ 1 all the neceaaary V n _J drug* and appll [4 ancea to copa p J with emergen- C\ ~ / clea and accl- V s V dents? In every home J a few first aid materials should he kept. It l« boat that they bo kept In a cabinet, us otberwlae they time of need. Th« following drug* and material* aro suggested for tha up-todate homo medicine cabinet. Alcohol, two ouncea. would be |o«t or bo unavailable in Aromatic spirits of ammonia (rub ber cork), two ounce*. Caator oil, two ouncea. two bottlea. Heldlltg powder*, 12 In bo*. Mustard, powdered, two ouncea. Byrup of ginger, two ounce*. Byrup of Ipecac, two ounce*. Klve grain blaniutli aubnllrale tab leta, BO In bottle. Carbolated petrolatum, one tuba. Roraclc acid, once ounce. One bottle aoda mint tablet.*, SO In bottle. One dram bottle oil of clovea, la beled poison One amall package antiseptic gauge. One tin talcum powder. Onequarter pound absorbent cot ton. Hl* gauiio roller bandage*, thren large. three Final!. Two Red ('rose flr*t aid oulflls. One small bottle colodlon with brush. One bo* tooth plaster*. One bo* corn plasters. One sharp knife. One pair sclasora. On* clinical thermometer. Pins, common and safety. In such n cabinet should he placed also any medicine prescribed by the family physician. After such modi clnes have served their purpose, however, the only place for them Is the trash pl!e. Intended for only a particular case of lllneaa, they may be dangerous tor anything else, I Pliny Allen Heads Campaign for Funds Ht«t* M*n«tor Pliny All*n will tUrwrt th« H*»ttU Pacific Northw«*t Toiirlnf mso<lstluii'i fund flftm|«lirn C!. J. l,or<l U *iht* rhalrmsn of th* financial campaign. to t*>rin In tha Nortbwwt Mny 15. Tha fund will l*» tinM for advartlaln* tha North- WNt, FREDERICK 6 NELSON FIFTH AVENUE AND PINE STREET mmmmsmm] A New Purchase of Canton Crepe and Georgette Hats I? Se " $7.50 THE voguish Crepe Hats in high colors and strik ing two-tone effects, priced considerably below their regular value following: an advantageous pur- Mniimimm ch ** e - Fcatured Yarn - embroidered | K ' '..Mil. Canton Crept !: Flower - trimmed Ceorgette Hats :»T ' n poke shape • ) Two-tone Hats with ~~TfSt crown and upper J %»/ brim covered **♦ 5 W ' t ' l braiding 7 f\ * Narrow-brim Tur • v ; \ J bans of braided crepe, with Tagal straw facing COLORS: Jade, Old-blue, Dandelion, Sand, Rose, Pink, Periwinkle, Orchid; also White. The Hat pictured combines jade Canton top, with sand-color facing and flange. A typical value at 97.50. —THE DOWNSTAIRS STORE Boys' Stockings Stamped 50c and 65c Glass Towels BOYS' M*dtum heavy Ribbed 199^ Ho»«. with triple knee _ , . ■mi! well reinforced heel :ind '|»IESE Glaaa lowala ara In f . al».e« « to »S. 50e. »!*•» A thteaes.Uy-workedstaropel lu to 11 II5(. designs, In size 17x!S. and are priced attractively low at 23# each. Women's Cotton 13-Piece > Union Suits Luncheon Sets 75c 59c Wrmw'n Klne ribbed Cotton This lt-pleoe IvUtieheon Set I'nlon Suit*, with low regular of good quality Indian Head tlon banded top. •I«ev«le»s with patches for patch-work •tyle; also. bodice top with design*, consist* of one li tape shoulder band*. In kneo- Inch centerpiece, six ilnch length atyle. Siiea 1< to 41. dolllta, and alx 1; Inch dollies, priced at 7Be. Priced low at 6B#. —THE DOWNSTAIRS -THE DOWNSTAIRS STORK STORE Set of 6 Cups and Saucers Special 95c PLAIN white, well-finished (OTV'"'" | Semi-porcelain are these Cups and Saucers for every day (7 • aJk use. Set of six, special 95^. —THE DOWNSTAIRS STORB 25 Cowhide Traveling Bags rr \sl Mahogany i *P 1 BaKs, K as pictured, for men or women JPF 1 ImlM^ size. Leather-lined Vk '[ Hf throughout, with 1 ylijLllininm* W three pockets. HL Jmm Hand-sewed frame, vkMlmlU with double flat side seam, sewed edge and rein forced comers. Polished brass lift catches and inside counter sunk lock. An extraordinary Bag value, at $10.50. —Trunk Section. THE DOWNSTAIRS STORE Electric Stoves t $1.65 'JMIESE ec t r\ic m m Made of pressed | with nlchrome wire heating > | W element, well Innulated and ■ light «<>cket. l'rlccd low at 's. e Si.es. B Brooms, 69c Full »lxe Brooms of extia good qual ity broom corn, have five rows of atltchlnga for added strength, and while enameled handle —6t><• GalvanizedAshCans Buhstantlal heavily-soldered Ash Can* of galvanized Iron, corrugated at sides and with drop handles nnd fit-over cover Site 18x26. Very good values at SB-2B —The Housewares Section. DOWNSTAIRS STORE ShKl Men's Shoes, $4.95 ■—% special purchase pairs Men's Urown Hhoes on Mun son army toe I to widths C. BpecUU —THE DOWNSTAIRS STORK PAGE T Woman Is Injured in Auto Collision Mra Margaret P Brown, 3127 24th ava. W., wnn In Virginia M*aon hos pital Monday, with a romp«un<l frm*> tura tit tha rlfrht irm, Huw (Uf wh*n h*r M automobile rollldKl with a csar driven by K M. Col, of 42nd ava H and Jtalnl*r Ths soddrnt ooourrtd In front of Co*'* homa.