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THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1910.
PARA DALTON'S Social newi is a dally feature of The Press. Any one wishing to in sert such news should mail it to the society editor or phone before 10 a. m. WEDDED IN THE EAST. A wedding of interest to many ■Spokane people will be celebrated this evening at Minneapolis, Minn., when Dr. A. H. Woolson, a well known dentist of this place, will be married to Miss Lillian Murphy. Dr. and Mrs. Woolson, after a honeymoon trip through the east, will return to Spokane about Sep tember 1 and make their future home here. EASTERN BTAR WILL PICNIC. The members of the Alcyone chapter of the Order of Eastern Star will enjoy one of the most delightful affairs of the season's calendar Friday afternoon and evening, when they will hold a ironic at Natatorlum park. A feature of the social event will be the basket lunch to be served at 6:30 p. m. Mrs. W. O. Harvey has charge of the arrangements. JAPANE3E PICNIC Under the auspices of the Japa nese Methodist Episcopal mission, the Japanese of the city will be entertained at a picnic next Sunday at Fort George Wright. SPECIAL MEETING The board of the Woman's club will hold a special meeting at 1 o'clock Friday with Mrs. B. F. Jones at her home, 1703 Tenth avenue. ICE CREAM SOCIAL Mrs. H. B. Pennell will throw open the doors of her home, E2412 Gordon avenue this evening, when the Ladies' Aid of the First Chris tian church of Hillyard will enter tain at an ice cream social. SPEND WEEK-END AT NEWMAN LAKE. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wright re turned Tuesday from Newman Lake, where they spent the week end visiting with Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Gardner at their summer cot tage on the lake shore. QUIET CHURCH WEDDING. A pretty church wedding was solemnized Tuesday when Miss Alice A. Reddy became the bride of James Mitchell. The service was read In the Cen tenary Presbyterian church by the Rev. Conrad Bluhm. Both young people are residents of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. They returned to the lake city, where they will make their future home. WILL ENTERTAIN THE SIGMA CHI CHI. Mrs. Harry Broh will be hostess Friday afternoon when she will re ceive informally the members of the Sigma Chi Chi sorority. MACCABEES TO MEET. The Ladies of the Maccabees will not meet Saturday, as was formerly announced, but they will hold their regular hive review the first Satur day In August at Upper Pacific halls. CHURCH .SOCIAL. The Ladles' Aid of the Hays Park Methodist Episcopal church will give an ice cream social Friday evening at the home of Harlow H. Dean, at EI7OS Liberty avenue. The proceeds will go toward the pastor's salary. ENJOYED LAKE TRIP. A party of young people enjoyed a trip on Lake Coeur d'Alene last, Sunday. They left Spokane early in the morning and upon their ar rival l at the lake city chartered a launch and rowed to Beauty Bay, where their dinner was served. The afternoon was spent traveling •bout on 'lim water. Those included in the party were Mrs. E. N. Jones, Miss Gladys THE BEST FOR A LITTLE LESS $32 BEST GOLD CROWNS 22K. None but graduate, licensed and competent dentists in this office. The materials we use are tho best money can buy and our 17 Year (Jold Bond Guarantee stands fibtok of every piece of work we turn out. RED CROSS DENTISTS 1218 Galena Block (Northeast Corner Post and Riv erside), Entrance on Post Street. Walk 25 Feet Off Riverside and Save Dollars. Phone Main 548. HOW TO MAKE AND FLY THE FAMOUS ANTOINETTE MONOPLANE FIG. I—SHOWING HOW TO MAKE THE TAIL, AND (FIG. 4) SHOWING HOW TO BRACE THE WINGS. BY HI FLEIER. (All rights reserved.) The first thing that will impress you when you look at Fig. 1, the model of the Antoinette mono plane, Is that the framework is three-cornered, sloping off to a wedge at the tatll. From that pic ture you get an idea how the frame is put together. Fig. 8 sliows how the wings are framed up so that the surfaces will be correctly curved and thus sup port more weight. The wings are made detachable so they can be tatken off when car rying the machine from place to place. lX)ok at all the drawings and get a general idea of how the parts are made, and how they are put to gether. Fig. 3 is the plan from which you will work, and you will save time if you will sit down with a pencil and ruler and copy It on a large sheet of paper according to the dimensions given in the draw ing, Fig. 3. Then, when working, you can lay your work right onto the drawing to be sure that it la right, and to save unnecessary measuring. At the same time you will get a better idea of how the machine will fit together. When you have made this draw ing cut out the thtree long sticks for the framework, and a number of smaller ones for bracing:- Cut these down by holding the plane upside down In the left band while you draw the wood over the edge. Get the long stocks down to a little less than an eighth of an Inch square, and the brace sticks small er yet. Tie up the frame as In Fig." 3, the front end being three cornered, each side of the triangle measuring an inch and a half, while the back end Is a straight stick as at U-E, in the drawing. The two top sticks come together where they tie to U-E, but the bot tom stick D ties to it alone an Inch and a half lower down. Jones, Miss Ida Benson, Miss Zora Benson, Miss Bessie McCrary and Miss Lily McCrary of Eldorado, Mo., who are house guests at the Benson home, Ralph Jones and Fr&nk James. RETURNS FROM THE EABT. Mrs. H. B. Bheeley of 1608 In diana avenue returned yesterday rofin an extended trip In the east. She visited for some time at her old home at Freemont, lowa. SPENT HONEYMOON IN SPOKANE. Dan P. Welsh and bride, who was Miss Bernice Mitchell, return ed to their home in Libby, Mont., today after spending a week's hon eymoon here with the groom's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Welsh, Cin cinnati street and Queen avenue. The couple were married July 20 at Libby, where the bride Is one of the popular young ladies of the city. Mr. Welsh has been employ ed at Libby for the past year. TRAVEL IN THE INTEREBTB OF BUFFRAGE. Encouraged by the warm recep tion given them by the labor unions of Spokane, Mrs. Philip P. Stalford and Mrs. Rose Moore have gone to KM? BEST RUBBER PLATE ALL ABOUT THE DOINGS OF YOUR SEX The other triangular bn.cings are at the places dimensioned in Fig. 3. While you are at It tie on the cross S, which holds the tail, and brace It with stout thread. If you wish you can use an nealed iron wire in tying up the frame, pulling it tight at the joint by twisting with a pair of pliers. You can get this wire by the spool at any hardware store. However, thread wil do very well if you put a drop of glue on each joint after the knot is tied, or if you can shel lac the whole frame, the varnish will harden and set the joints. MAKING THE WINGS. Fig. 2 will give you an idea for the framework of the wings. The main spars, L, are cut round, just a little over an eighth of an inch in diameter and ten inches long. Into each end is driven a small pin with the head cut off, or a needle will do very nicely. Before driving these in wrap the stick ends tightly with small wire to keep them from splitting. Cut two curved pieces. R and R, making them a little over an eighth of an inch square and curved in to a depth of about a quarter of an inch, a little forward of the center. Near each end drill or burn with a hot needle a small hole, O, into which the pins in the spars will fit. Cut your wings of a very light cloth, preferably light silk or straw cloth, but don't use the finest China silk, for it is too hard to work with and will not stretch smoothly. Have your mother sew a tuck at each end of the wing cloth, making these not s ofar apart as the sticks, r and R, will be when on tht ends of the spars, so that, when on, the cloth will be streched. Also sew a tuck along each edge, front and rear, as far apart as the holes (O in r and R, and through these tucks run your spars. Then run r through its tuck and slip the pins (P) through the hoels (O). At the other end slip R through its tuck, and pulling the pins out of to the west side for an extended campaign for suffrage among the unions on the coast. They will first speak in Bellingham and then expect to work south, taking in all of the cities on the coast to Ta coma. The Spokane suffrage speak ers took up the work in that line at the particular request of the state president of he Equal Suf frage organlzaion. FASHIONS Military collars are to be much worn on fall coats and jackets. Jumpers are still favorite styles with the younger set. Evening dresses of velvet are a prominent style Indication for fall. On many of the new skirts there Is scarcely a ripple of fullness. These skirts are very short. The greatest novelty of the sea son is tho black velvet parasol. The popularity of low necks in waists and gowns is bringing into favor the maliue neck ruff. Long scarfs of black satin lined with white are Quite the rage in Paris. PACK SUFFRAGE IN WITH THE GROCERIES NEW YORK, July 27—If Belva Lookwood had thought of the latest suffraget scheme for advertising thee ause, she might easily have won her wny to the white house in 1884. Over in Brooklyn they are getting suffrage with their coffee for breakfast, with thei* salad for lunch and with their porterhouse steak for dinner. Probably they will be getting it next with their pa jamas and nighties, but it hasn't quite come to that yet. And all because the suffrage pro moters adopted the wiles of the modern advertising man. They had hundreds of thousands of paper bags printed with a little suffrage boomlet on one side, and distributed them gratis to the grocers and butchers of Brooklyn. Naturally, these dispensers of provende perfectly willing to use the bags. Now every housewife receives a lit tie lesson in equal suffrage along with the baking powder, the vanilla extract and the shredded bath mit<> She finds out how to get In touch with her district organization, and learns that no dues are required. Mrs. Robert 11. Elder, secretary for llrtoklyn and wife of the assist ant district attorney, says the plan Is working well. THE SPOKANE PRESS NEWS FOR the ends of the spar, put X in poaV tion and drive then in again through O. If you do all of this carefully you will have a wing with no wrinkles, tight and true, and at the same time very light. I ' Make the other end Just the l same, only reversed, of course, to' face the ' other way down." ATTACHING THE WINGS. The pins (P) should stick clear through R and now you can fasten the wings to the frame at the posi tion shown in Fig. 3, by adding a stick like J, in Fig. 2. to each side of the frame work, tying it in place. This has holes (O) into which the wing pins (Pi fit, and thus the wing will be held to the frame at this end. The back edge of the wing should GRACEFUL GOWNS FOR GIRLS A very wide girdle in polished leather is worn with the triple skirted frock in this illustration. Another peculiar feature Is that each section of the skirt has differ ent sized dots, but each in the same fabric—satin foulard. The other dress is a high waisted one of pink linen and is heavily env broidered in a slightly darker shade of pink. The undersleeves in both frocks are of soft creamy batiste. White underwear, even if of thp same texture as red, is much cooler. This has just been discovered the surgeon general of the United States iirniy. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollata RewarS tar say cut* of Catarrh that caunot be sural by Hall's Catarrh Cure. r. t. CHUNKY & CO., Toledo, a We, the undunigned, have known K. J. Cheney for the laat 1., yearn, aud believe; aim perfectly hooorable la all buaiueas traaaactloaa, and-financially able to carry eat any obligation! made by bla Drat. W AUDI.Mi. KINNAN * MARVIN. Wholtaele Druggl.u. Toledo. O. Hall . Catarrh Cure le taken Internally, acting directly upon the uljod and nitt eoue aurfacea ol the ayaiein. letUoiuu ale •eat ire*. I'rtee. 7ec per bottle. ..u.a by all D ruga lata. Take Hall c FniaUy ma Cw FASHIONS, FADS AND FANCIES CONSTRUCTION OF FLIER PARTS IN PICTURE. be about a quarter of an inch below the front edge, or three-eighths at the most. 1 The wires (b) are added, looped at one end, to hook over the pins .(p) at the outer end of the wnig, tied at the other end to the strut Ml) and (C) and stretched taut, so • that the wings are slanted up at the proper dihedral angle, i Do not slant the wings too much. (To be continued) j IT'S PIANO-BUYING tIME FOR EVERYBODY We have a right to be urgent and insistent that you buy now because the inducements offered by our Club Sale are without a precedent in Spokane's history. The club plan which we have in augurated makes it possible for you will join with five hundred and nine others in one gigantic pur chase and get the regular wholesale price. Never before have you been able to buy for $297.50 pianos of the $450 class or fine $550 pianos at $359. Never before have we seen fit to offer these pianos at terms anywhere near as low as the Club Plan makes possible. Club B members pay $7.50 down and $1.25 weekly, securing the $450 styles at $297.50. Club C members pay $11 down and $1.50 weekly, securing the $550 styles at $359. There's no chance whatever of your being disappointed after you buy because our guarautee is just as strong as we can make it. We are just as anxious to have you pleased and to have you stay pleased as you are yourself. Our thousands of satisfied customers have proven such a valuable asset that we absolutely insist upon the lasting satisfaction of everyone who favors us with their patronage. Our pianos are selected with that end in view—they are the very best that can be produced. Now here are prices, terms and pianos that you can't better; why wait? You will scarcely miss $1.25 a week and we Include abso lutely free with every club piano music lessons, stool to match pia no, year's trial of piano, life insur ance, and delivery of piano. Step in and talk it over anyway; we'll be glad to make your ac quaintance. PROF. GRAHAM'S NEW DANCING ACADEMY Our special summer classes on Monday, Wednesday and Friday oveulngf are drawing lurga num bers, l.ady assistants each evening. Private lessons every afternoon. Social dances as usual Tuesday, ! Thursday and Saturday nights. If ' YOU W sh to leai ii the art of dancing Illicitly, this is the best place. 330 Main avenue PHONE MAIN 8516 WOMEN READERS FROM MARY'S COOK BOOK DAILY MENU. Breakfast. Oatmeal with Dates and Cream. Scalloped Eggs. Toast. Coffee. Luncheon. Cold Meat. Corn on the Ear. Apple Sauce. Sponge Cake. Tea. Dinner. Cream of Corn Soup. Meat Pie. Baked Potatoes. String Beans. Orange Salad. Peach Pudding. Coffee. Oatmeal With Dates and Cream. Add a tablespoon of seeded and chopped dates to each dish of well cooked oatmeal and serve with sugar and cream. Scalloped Eggs. Boil five or six eggs hard, chop the whites fine, powder the yolks. Sause: One tablespoon butter, one tablespoon flour, one cup hot milk. Cream butter and flour, ponr on hot milk, place on stove and let cook until consistency of cream. Cover bottom of dish with bread crumbs, add some of the chopped whites, season with salt and pep per, add some of yolks, then sauce. Continue until all is used, having bread crumbs on top. Place in ovne about 20 to 30 minutes. We make a specialty of expert prescription work. Your physician trusts us; you may safely do so. J. A. Watson Drug Co. 403 Riverside. Granite Block. OOTi fibre rugs are an improvement on the original fibre rugs, in that a woolen filling is used with the fibre warp. This makes the rug wear bet ter and to many people it is more attractive in appearance. „ These wool fibre rugs are about the best inexpensive bedroom rugs one can obtain. Two sizes are shown, both at special prices. Wool fibre rugs, 8 ft. 3by 10 ft. G inches in size. Special $8.50 Wool fibre rugs 9 ft. by 12 ft. in size. Special $ 10.00 THE dUMCBNT, Third Floor. THIBTY-FIVE inches wide, often sold for the yard width. All silk rough finish, natural ceUtr, and made in America. One of the best special values the store has shown this year 9&*f Tin CRESCENT. First Floor. A dainty ivory white shade, soft fiuish, nice fine quality of good weight A 27 inch width. Special 3fty THE CRESCENT, First Floor. New Peirsiami Silks ffoir TurbaiM and Tommiiigt TTHFi demand for Persian silks now for turbans and trimming purposes is grow ing at an enormous rate. At times the supply is hardly equal to the demand. Just now, an unusually fine assortment is ready for your selection. The designs are all new. Two grades $1.00 and $1.85 THE CRESCENT. First Floor. M EAT little landscapes and marine scenes on dark or cream colored mats, with antique gilt frames with ornamented comers. Two sixes- -12x20 inches and inches. Ahoul twenty different subjects. Choice 88* Tlll rWWtrillT TlilH Floor. Cynthia letters Dear Miss Grey—ls there any way to remove hair from the arms beside the electric needle? GREEN EYES. A. —There are plenty of good de pilatories on the market, which will remove hair temporarily. Dear Miss Grey—l am 18, and a young man of 20, whom I love dearly, has proposed to me. Do you not think we are too young to be married? BLUE EYES. A. —If you are sure you love each other, if he can support you. com fortably, if you are capable of car- JUST THE THING Spokane Falls Gas Light Co. Smimmeir Dresses, Special $3.50 Redtacedl From $5, $6.75 amid $7.50 gIGHTY-FIVE of these have been taken from stock and their prices reduced for an immediate clearance. Smart but simple styles, just such as are wanted for present wear. White and dainty light colors, lawns, ginghams, English reps, and other attractive materials prettily trimmed with lace and insertion. In the lot are some misses' two-piece sailor dresses in white, trimmed with light blue, green or gray. Special $3.50 THE CREBCENT—Second Floor. Black Stockkgs With WMte Soles / Special 39c, 35c anad 25c IE?INE quality black ingrain lisles with white sole. A very elastic, durable quality. Special lot to be closed out at ••. -3f&£ Fine quality fast black inaco cotton stockings with white split sole. One of our favorite numbers in regular stock. Specially priced. .35<> Good quality black cotton stockings with split maco sole. Special price 25«r THE CRESCENT, First Floor. Wool Rbire Rungs for Bedrooms Naiftuiral Silk Pomigee 69c WMite Jap Silk 39c i Framed Pictures 98c OF INTEREST TO WIFE OR DAUGHTER ing for your own home, and aboTO all—lf your mother la perfectly win ing, I say go ahead. Dear Miss Grey—Plea** giro mo a recipe for Jelly cake. YOUNG HODSKWin A. —Beat three eggs until light, add one cup sugar gradually, naif tablespoon milk, one cap floor mixed with one-quarter teaspoon salt and one teaspoon baking pow der and one tablespoon melted but ter. Cover bottom of large shallow pan with paper. Grease paper and sides of pan. Pour mixture tn pan and spread erenly. Bake II min utes. Turn out, remove paper and cut sharp edges off crust Spread with Jelly and roll. The Spokane Press, delivered, It cents a month. FOR THIS SORT OF WEATHER—ONE OF OUR MODERN CABI NET Gas Ranges DOES AWAT WITH LABOR, DIRT, AND REDUCES THE COST OF COOKING. SEE OUR BIG DISPLAY. PACT •