Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (March 9, 1915)
MORNING OREGONTAW, TUESDAT, MARCH
Crookes Glass Lenses
The Invention of Sir William Crookes of Loc don
For Tired, Burning Light
j t .
L- i : "
T THE annual meeting 01 mo
Old People's Home yesterday
mornin In the First Freshyte
Han Church, plans were outlined for
the Kaster silver tea. which Is an
annual event at the home. The date
hoscn for this years Easter Tues
day. April 6. and following the annual
custom with these affairs, there will
l.e a number of prominent society
women on the list of patronesses, com
mittees and assisting in various ways.
The officers elected to serve for the
rnsnine vear at yesterdays meeunK
were: Mrs P. J. Mann, president; Mrs.
Martin Winch, first vice-president; Mrs.
lienrv L. Pittock. second vice-presi
dent: Mrs. Herbert Holman, secretary;
Mr E. B. Hamilton, assistant secre
tary: Mrs. David Robertson,
responding" secretary, and
t : iSniiUI treasurer.
The board of trustees are: Joseph
v,ih.n T.al Colonel Henry C. Cabell,
Martin Winch. William M. Ladd and
.ludse J. B. Cleland. The board of
.1 1 rectors who were elected yesterday
t,. rvr three vears are: Mrs. James
; (lauld. Mrs Frederick Stroner. Mrs.
Iiavid Robertson. Mrs. H. L. Pittock.
Mm. Alma D. Katz. Additional mem-
h..r nf the board whose term of of
fir-, has not expired include Mrs. Henry
W Corbctt. Mrs. H. C. Eckenberger.
in". imilton. Mrs. R. H. Birdsell.
xi.- f J Mann. Mrs. H. H. Northrup,
Mr" s'lsrmund Frank. Mrs. Morris H.
Whitehouse. Mrs. Herbert Holman and
Mrs. Martin Winch.
rh silver tea is always a
hi social event and the residents of
the home count the weeks until the
advent of this function.
.St. Ann's Charitable Society will
ii eet Thursday afternoon at the resi
dence of Mrs. John Clarke. 54 East
eighteenth street. North, from 2 to 6
Societv folk are eagerly awaiting
the Salvation Army relief fund concert,
v hlrh will be given tonight at the
Lincoln High School auditorium under
i he patronage of prominent women from
philanthropic organisations throughout
the cltr and in the social set.
l the concert tonight, which is
under the direction of Mrs. Thomas
'arrirk Burke, the patronesses will
operience the novelty of having
. barmlng and dainty young girls dl
t . ct them to their seats instead of
Hie customary energetic boys.
Mrs G. Lane Taneyhill will again
talk to the group of women who are
interested in topics of the day at the
Ti'ford building this morning at 11
A charitv card party is being planned
bv the Sisters of Israel Benevolent So
ciety for the afternoon of March la.
M 2 o'clock, at B'nal Brith building.
The affair is creating interest among
:i number of philanthropically in
The Brooklyn School Alumni Asso
ciation held a business meeting in the
school assembly hall Friday night, at
v hich several Important issues were
discussed and voted upon. Consider
able enthusiasm was manifest over
Hans which were made to improve the
. landing of the association. The fol
lowing officers were elected: President,
Herbert Pippy: vice-president. Clement
Hoefie; secretary. Miss Florence Hill;
treasurer. Malvin TJrfer: sergeant-at-rm".
Walter Arnedt. and the office of
registrar will be filled by Principal
da r v
The president appointed the follow,
ing committee to arrange the pro
gramme for the next meeting Fri
day night. April 2: Misses Winifred
Jones. Geneva Robertson. Kenneth
Ritchie and Luther Ertckson-
A charming wedding was that of
Miss Gertrude Lesser to Harry Isador
Mendelsohn, which was solemnized
Wednesday at Benson Hotel. The rose
room, beautifully decorated for the
occasion, was the scene of the wed
ding ceremony. Miss Lesser was
gowned in white chiffon satin, elabor
ated with lace, and carried a shower
bouquet of bride's roses and lilies of
the valley. Mrs. William Rhine, of
Sah Francisco, sister of the bride, was
matron of honor, and waa beautiful in
a wonderful creation of yellow satin.
Little Lawrence Rhine was ring
bearer. Rev. Thomas Abrahamson of
ficiated. The wedding supper was served in
the crystal room, after which dancing
was enjoyed by the guests.
Tresent were the families and in
timate friends of the young coupie.
Relatives from California and Wash
ington attended. Mr. and Mrs. Mendel
sohn will enjoy a short wedding trip,
after which they will be at home at
the Trinity Apartments.
Portland devotees of polo are taking
lidded interest as the opening of the
fix weeks" tournament of the Panama
Pacillc International Exposition draws
It is a safe prediction that thousands
of people from all parts of the coun
try will succumb to the thrills and
fascinations of the ancient Thibetan
sport, for, beginning on March 15,
games by some of the best men of the
best teams in the United States will be
played at least three times each week
at the exposition field.
More than a dozen teams have entered
already, such as Cooperstown. Philadel
phia Country Club, Riverside. Army
teams from Fort Sam Houston, the Pre
sidios of Monterey and Texas City;
Onswentia. Coronado. Meadow Brook,
Santa Barbara and Pasadena, with such
distinguished players In their ranks as
lievereaux Milburn, "Pad" Rumsey.
Thomas Drlscoll. Lieutenant Lewis
Brown, Rene La Montague, Hugh Drury,
Walter Hobart, Perry Beadlston, Low
bcr Stokes and others whose names are
words with which to conjure In polo
Many of the players will be accom
panied by their wives, for whom much
entertainment will be done In San
Francisco's most exclusive smart set.
Some of those who are in California al
ready or are en route are: Mr. and Mrs.
Watson Webb, of New York, the latter
of whom was Miss Electra Havemeyer;
Charles Rumsey, familiarly known as
"Pad." with Mrs. Rumsey, who was Miss
Mary Harrlman: Mr. and Mrs. Russel
Grace, of New York; Devereaux Mil
burn and Sirs. Milburn, who was Miss
Steele, of New York, a daughter of
Charles Steele, a partner of Plerpont
Morgan, and Mr. and Mrs. Max Flelsch
iuan, of Cleveland.
April IS has been set as the date for
the -College Fete" which will be given
by the Fan-Hellenic Association of
Portland. The festivity will include
many delightful surprises and special
features. It will be held in Cotillion
Hall and will be for the benefit of
scholarships for the University of Ore
gon. A large number of the college
Mt and smart society folk are inter
ested in the approaching event.
Miss Alice M. Bently left Portland
on Saturday for San Francisco, where
she will be married to Austin B. Riche
son. cf Honolulu. After a short South
ern trip the couple will make their
home in this city.
A charming affair of the latter part
of last week waa the luncheon pre
sided over by Mra. JUIsabetb. Hamilton
IRVIXGTON GIRL WHO IS POPULAR IN
HIGH SCHOOL SOCIAL
1 i ' a At '
l 1 V
Stowers Thursday. . Mrs. Stowers
guests, numbering nine, were seated
at a table adorned witn goiaen-nneu
tulips and daffodils. They were Mrs.
Kate McGuire, Mrs. Charles Stolte,
Miss Hazel Reed, Mrs. Harvey Louns
bcrry, Mrs. J. A. Applewhite. Mrs. Gil
lespie. Mrs. Pearl Watson, Miss
Miss Gladys Cuddy, who is teaching
in Hood River, left last evening, after
a visit with relatives in mis cny, iu
resume her work in Hood -River. Miss
Cuddy Is an accomplished singer and
The Sisters of Israel Benevolent So
ciety will give a charity tea and a
card party at the B Nal B nth Build
ing. March 15. Mrs. A. Fleshman. pre
sident of the society will be in charge
of the affair which is open to the
A nleasant Sunday afternoon and
evening was passed at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Knapp, in honor of
their fifty-fifth birthday anniversary.
The table was decorated with violets
and other Spring flowers. A large cake
with lighted candles was in evidence.
Those who were present at the pleasant
affair were: Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hem-
rick. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schultz, Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick Lohrman, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Knapp, Miss Gertrude
Members of the Junior League will
gather at the University Club today
for luncheon. This will oe an impor
tant meeting, and a number of ad
dresses will be made, among them one
by Mrs. Lola G. Baldwin.
THE luncheon at the Hotel Benson,
given yesterday by Portland
Shakespeare Study Club, was one of
the most delightful and entertaining
club events of the year. The very
simplicity, combined with artistic se
lection and arrangement, gave the ad
mirable effect of harmony and good
taste, from the smallest item on the
menu to the red carnation and smilax
decorations. During the luncheon the
members and guests were entertained
with a number of excellent solos. The
invocation was made by Rev. Oswald
W. Taylor. Mrs. John L. Karnopp was
toastraistress. The address of wel
come, by the club president, the quo
tions by the members "Our Guests,
by Mrs. Julia C. La Barre. "For the
Drama League." by Mrs. Arthur Mc
Kinlay, "Shakespeare and Law," by
Edward Taggart, "Shakespeare and
Slang." by Mrs. Anton Giebish and
"Shakespeare and the Bible," by Rev.
Oswald W. Taylor were exceedingly
interesting and well given, while Mrs.
Florence -Crawford's "Flowers and
Shakespeare" was exquisite. After the
luncheon the party retired to the rose
room to enjoy a review of "Hamlet,"
and the following musical and dramatic
programme t by the members of the
club: Piano solo, selected. Miss Claire
Oaks; dramatic construction of "Ham
let," Mrs. J. Earl Else: Mythology and
Folklore, Mrs. Charles F. Fisher; Queen
Gertrude. Mrs. T. S. Townsend; Ho
ratio. Mrs. Mary Fowler; Osric. Mrs.
Russell; Ophelia, Mra Albert M. Brown;
Laertes, Mrs. George D. Young; Po
lonlus. Mrs. Allen Todd; Hamlet, Mrs.
Alva Lee Stephens; Hamlet's Solilo
quies. Miss Claire Oaks; Stage Inter
pretations. Mrs. Emile Struplere; Com
pare Hamlet with Othello and Macbeth
as an intellectual and acting drama.
Miss Eileen Brong; Madness in Shake
speare, was Hamlet mad? Mrs. R. H
Jones: Nature and Sports in Hamlet,
Mrs. Edward Preble; Shakespeare and
the Common People, "Mrs. Anton Gie
bish. The Portland Study Club met yes
terday at the home of Mrs. W. L. John
ston. 491 Ferty-fifth street. The pro
gramme began with a paper on the life
of John Greenleauf Whittier. by Mrs. J.
J. Curtis. Mrs. C. J. Mathis gave a
talk on "Animal Life." The members
responded to rollcall. with short poems
by Whittier. The next meeting of the
club will be held at the residence of
Mrs. T. E. Dodson, at 611 East Forty
fifth street North.
Lovers of music who are members of
the MacDowell Club will be afforded a
treat this afternoon at the meeting of
that slub fk e belli fit 2;33 o'clock, in
the Hotel-Portland. The .subject of the
day will be "Schubert." Mrs. Harry
Beal Torrey will read a paper on the
biography of the great master, and
Professor M. A. Cushing. of Reed Col
lege. . will speak on his work. The
singers will be Hartridge Whlpp. Miss
Madeline Stone and Paul Wessinger.
The accompanists will include Mrs.
Leonora Fisher Whlpp. Miss Constance
Piper and Mrs. Warren E. Thomas.
f The annual meeting of the Woman's
Missionary Society of the. First Presby
terian Church will be held thi3 after
noon at 2:30 in room A of the church
house. One of our own missionaries,
Mrs. Eva Balli3 Douglass, will speak
of her work id Persia. All women are
The guild of St. Stephen's Episcopal
pro-Cathedral meets every Wednesday
afternoon from 2 to 4 for an informal
tea and sewing bee in the parish house.
In addition a sale of home-made Jams,
marmalade, cakes. English tarts and
delicacies is held and many of the
friends of the members avail them
selves of the opportunity to purchase
home-made dainties. The guild will
hold one of these delightful gatherings
this week and every Wednesday in
The Current Literature Department
of the Portland Woman's Club will
meet next Thursday at the home of
Mrs J. Francis Drake. 685 Elliott ave
nue." Mrs. Jordan T. Brumfield will
be assistant hostess. Mrs. M. A. Ogden
will read "The Twelve-Pound Look,"
by J. M. Barrle. Take Hawthorne
avenue car to East Twentieth street.
One of the most important events of
tomorrow will be the meeting of Wil
lamette Chapter. Daughters of the
American Revolution, which will be
held in the Hotel Benson. Tyrolean
room. Mrs. J. H. Bagley will preside.
An elaborate musical programme will
Multnomah Chapter will meet in the
Art Museum on Wednesday, March 17,
when Miss Anna B. Crocker, curator
of the Art Museum, will give an ad
dress to the "daughters."
The members of the Daughters of the
American Revolution are planning to
erect a monument or bronze tablet of
elaborate design as a tribute to the
memorv of the pioneers and in all
probability will place this at the Inter
state Bridge as one of the markers of
the Oregon Trail.
Mrs. Alevia Alexander, principal of
the Girls' Trade School, will address
the Women's Political Science Club this
afternoon at 3 o'clock in room H. Cen
tral Library, on "The Girls' Trades
School of Portland." The meeting Is
The Woman's Auxilary of the North
Portland Commercial Club will meet
this afternoon at 2 o'clock In the home
of Mrs. C. L. McKenna, 249 Willamette
boulevard. Mrs. Nellie Gates Williams
will arrange the programme. The mem
bers will sew on garments to be dis
tributed by the social service commit
tee of which Mrs. Devereaux is chair
man. These articles will be given to
the needy of the Peninsula district. All
who are Interested, whether members
or not. will be welcomed. Membra of
Ockley Green Parent-Teacher Associa
tion are invited.
At the meeting of the Dallas Wom
en's Club it was decided to establish a
Y M. C. A. in Dallas. Mrs. , George
Gerlinger was made chairman of this
committee. Miss Vella Winner, of
Portland spoke on "The made In TJ. S.
A, Movement." The regular social time
and music followed.
The Woman's Literary Club of Sheri
dan, met on Thursday afternoon in the
home of the president, Mrs. C. H. Knick
erbocker. The party was a unique af
fair with each member of the club
dressed to represent the title of some
well-known book. The afternoon was
termed a "Circulating Library Party."
The guests had a delightful and Inter
esting time- guessing the titles repre
sented. Many innovations were Intro
duced in the course of this literary en
tertainment. The first prize was
awarded to Mrs. E. D. V. Paul, of
Buel. and the second prize to Miss
Beckwith, of Sheridan. The house was
decorated attractively for the occa
sion. Spring blossoms and potted
plants being used in profusion. The
tea table was presided over by Mrs.
Upshaw. assisted by several prominent
READ THIS ARTICLE
A large percentage of light is of no value in the production of
vision. Outside the limits of the visible spectrum lie infra red
rays at one end, the ultra-violet rays at the other one tends to
produce cataract and the other fluorescence m the eye.
Crookes lenses are in two tints
and so colorless as to appear like
white glass and they achieve
better results than unsightly
colored glasses. Crookes lenses
absorb heat and ultra violet
rays without, altering any of
the natural colors. ,
For those whose eyes are af
fected by light and heat these
are the only safe lenses, and for
the motorist, the sportsman and
those whose duty takes them
out of doors in the glare of the
sun and its heat Crookes glasses
offer eye relief and comfort.
Come in and let us explain these
J. II TrVI7 nwi fsXf H
i i iiuji
j I .1
145 Sixth St..
Alder and Morrison.
MfSr 5. Stfiaet chairman, of i&e,
programme committee for the enter
tainment to be given in Kenton School
Wednesday afternoon, has been for
tunate in arranging a delightful pro
gramme. In addition to the list of
artists already announced, Mrs. Hazel
Gurr Bell and Mrs. Florence Proctor
Hammond will contribute solos.
THE Thompson Parent-Teacher Asso
ciation met in regular session
After the business meeting the school
orchestra played two selections. Under
the faithful leadership of Miss Merrill
the school orchestra has grown to be
a source of great enjoyment in the
Mrs. Mary L. Mallett. state superin
tendent of medical temperance n the
W. C. T. U., gave a splendid' talk on
the subject of alcohol in patent medi
cines and their use in the home.
Professor Jamison, principal of the
'IT ISN'T SO HARD TO
BE 'NEAT BUT IT
TAKES MONEY TO
-Unless a Girl Uses Her
"And then it takes money, too, but
not so MUCH money at CHERRY'S
and, besides, paying a small amount
a week while you're WEARING your
new Clothes is very different from
parting with your saving of weeks
and weeks, all at once.
"It's logical, all right, to prefer
CHERRY'S. CREDIT SYSTEM to the
old way of buying clothes, for
women naturally hate to give a had
Impression because of dowdy clothes.
"But to get to the point I want
to tell vou how exquisitely charming
CHERRY'S NEW SPRING SUITS are.
I was looking at them again this after,
noon and I fell deeper in love than
ever with the quaintness of them. The
newest Suits, you know, have loose box
coats, lots of them cut. with ripples,
and full, graceful skirts. .You couldn t
pass along Washington, street, with
out knowing what, the popular colors
are demure tans, sand, putty shade,
smart new blues and clever checks.
. "What are they made of 7 Oh.
i-aharitinn and DODlin. mostly. But
vou'd rather see CHERRY'S SUITS
yourself, I know, so take their
dress, here it is: 389-391 Washln
street in the Pittock block. Adv.
Girls With Beautiful Faces
American girls have a world-wide
reputation for beauty, but, at the same
time, there are girls -in our cities who
possess neither beauty of face nor
form, because in these instances they
suffer from nervousness, the result of
disorders of the womanly organism.
At regular Intervals they suffer so
much that their strength leaves them;
they are so prostrated that It takes
days for them to recover their strength.
Of "course, such periodic distress has
its bad effect on the nervous system.
The withered and drawn faces, the dark
circles and crow's feet about the eyes,
the straight figure without those
curves which lend so much to feminine
beauty are the unmistakable signs of
When a girl becomes a woman, when
a woman becomes a mother, when wo
men pass through the changes of mid
dle life, are the three periods of life
when health and strength are most
needed to withstand the pain and
distress often caused by severe organic
At these critical times women are
best fortified by the use of Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription, an old remedy
of proved worth that keeps the entire
female system perfectly regulated and
in. excellent condition.
Mothers, if your daughters are weak,
lack ambition, are troubled with head
aches, lassitude and are pale and
sickly. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip
tion is just what they need to surely
bring the bloom of health to their
cheeks and make them strong and
If you are a sufferer. If your daugh
ter, mother, sister need help get Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription in liquid
or tablet form. Then address Dr.
Pierce. Invalids' Hotel. Buffalo. N. Y..
and receive confidential advice from a
staff of specialists., .that's free; also
136-nage book on women's diseases sent
Xree-Adv .' ,
school, followed with a short talk
along the same line. Matters of in
terest to the school were discussed.
This was one of the best meetings of
the year, and the patrons of the school
are urged to attend these monthly
meetings and get in touch with the
work that is being done.
The Parent-Teacher Association was
reorganized at Milwaukie on Kriday.
The meeting was held at the school
house and was well attended and a
fine programme was given by the
children with singing and recitations.
Mrs. W. J. Hawkins, of. Portland, gave
a stirring talk and explained what
parent-teacher associations could do
for a community. Election of officers
followed. Mrs. Bardi G. Skulason w&s
elected president: Mrs. W. Childs. vice
president; Mrs. Philip Streib, treasurer,
and Mrs. Froman secretary. The next
meeting will be held on March 19.
ENGLISH SUFFRAGIST DUE
Mrs. PetJiick Lawrence Will Visit
Portland' En Koute to Fair.
Mrs. Pethick Lawrence, of England,
who is in this country in the interest of
world peace, and who will be In Port-
Jy The epicure uses Golden V
because it is the best the thr
because it is economical! Golden
West excellence is the result of special
ized effort and superior
equipment. Roasted and
packed in Oregon always
fresh. Buy it in 3-pound
cans at $1.10 and make a
Sold by reliable grocers.
losset & Devers
he Oldest and Lnrgest Cof
fee Roasters in Northwest.
land the latter part of this week, la to
take part in the dedication ceremonies
of the Congressional Union suffrage
booth at the Panama-Pacific Expos!
tion. The other sneakers of the day
will be Pethick Lawrence. Miss Gail
Laughlin, Miss Charlotte Anita Whitney
and Miss Blanche Mose. Mrs. Phoebe
Hearst, a member of the advisory coun
cil of the union, is in charge of the
committee arranging for the dedication
of the only suffrage exhibit at the
Mrs. Pethick Lawrence, who is the
founder and editor of the English suf
frage paper. "Votes for Women." wnicn
exDresses the higher ideals and pur
poses of the suffrage movement, has
been arrested and imprisoned twice for
her suffrage beliefs.
WOMEN TO INVADE CLUB
Friends of Transportation Members
to Attend Affair Tonight.
Women friends of members of the
Portland Transportation Club will take
possession of the cluo quarters in the
Multnomah Hotel tonight, which is the
first ladies' night entertainment to bo
given by the club this year. Special
arrangements are being made to pro
vide an interesting entertainment for
the guests. Edward v. Mosher
Mix the Breakfast Biscuits
the Night Before
Away in a
them Fresh in
If the family do not all eat breakfast together, you can
bake a few at a time. If you are having hot biscuits for supper,
mix and cut out enough more for breakfast. They will be
much nicer freshly baked than warmed over.
Of course you can't do this very successfully with sour
milk and soda or with any of the old fashioned, single acting
baking powders, but,this convenient way of making hot biscuits
and muffins for breakfast is entirely satisfactory if you use
1 Baring Powder
which is really a blend of two baking powders, one of which
begins to give off leavening gas as soon as moisture is added.
The other is inactive until heat is applied. The dough will
remain in a partly leavened condition for hours and when
put in the oven will come up just as light and fluffy
as if freshly mixed.
Get a can of K C today and try this easy way of Baking
hhmlM at once. YouH never go pacic to me oia way. 6l
What a delicious maple flavor!
That's what visitors say when
Isvr Cabin Svtud is served. The
masterful blending results in a flavor that
is irresistibly delightful.
Three eses, H tea
spoon salt, 1 pint
of milk, 'A cup of
Syrup. Have the
pie crust ready.
Fill with the cus
tard made with In
Bake in an evenly
The same recipe
for flllinff makes
LOG CAB EH
Malt Home. "Swmmt" Horn, indmmd
Enjoy it on pancakes, biscuits and waffles-
use it as a flavoring
for cakes, desserts
and as a dressing
for pudding and
Order a can today of your grocer.
The Towle Maple Products Co.
Peoples Gas Building, Chicago
St. Paul, Minaeastat
F? -lit h:-$m.w.l '"fj - rj
chairman of tlie club comnilttco hav
ing the affair in cliarcc.
iiecauso of the Lenten eon there
will he no dancins, and Instead then
will be music and cards. KcfreNhmcnt
will he served. There Is much Inter
est in the event anions wives ami
friends of members, and a largo at
tonrtnivo i evpect td.
Rub Musterole on Forehead and
A hrailaclie remedy without tlie dan.
f;eis of "headache medicine." KelioveH
headache and tliut iiilserahlo fcrlinc
from coUi or conKestiou. And it acts Ht
once! MUS'l'HiiOLE is a clean, white
ointment made with oil of nun-turd.
Better than a mustard plaster and dues
not blister. I'sed only externally, and
in no way can affect ttomach and limn 1.
as some Internal medicines do.
Hcst for .fijro Throat. Mroncliltls,
Croup, ytiff Neck. Asthma. NVurnlKla,
Congestion. IMeurisy. Itheumat Ixni.
Lumbaffo. nil l'alus and AcIiuh of the
Back or Joints. Sprains, Sure Muscles,
Bruises. Chilblains. Frosted l'ect.
Colds of llio Chest (It often prevents
At your druse Ist's, in 2.'c nd ROc
jars, and a special larc hospital
Be sure vou Kct the ccuulne Mt'S-
frrcilOI.H. Kefnse Imitations ttet what
you ask for. Tho Murtcrole Company,
Sure Way to Regain
Robust Bloom of Youth
A smooth, velvety-soft skin, with a
delicate peai h-liko hloom, is one of tli
Creator's most txulsito works. When
the first blush of youth Is owr. this
beautiful tint (in. I satiny lustre aro
rarely seen. How to preserve them
that's tho quest inn. I'Hmous htmily
experts abroad lon have known that
ordinarv mer.ol Ixcd wax works won
ders in I his direction. It Mctuallv
p-lvcs a new surface to tho nkin. rc
hlnrin that marvelous plillsh color
and soilness in a remarkable manner.
An ounce of this wax, procurable t
any drugstore, will convert a laded,
freckled, woruout or discolored com
plexion into one. of captiviiilnc lve
l'ness in less than two weeks. No spe
cial skill is necessary in applvinir tb
wax. il hcliiK- smtured on at nlKht like
cold cream and washed otf In tho
tiinruluff. ... , , .
To remove wrinkles, or dclav their
formation. face bath made by dis
solving 1 nz. powdered i-axolite. In '
Pt witch hazel will be found wonder
fully efficacious. This tones up relaxed
skin. causiiiK It to remain firm and
EARS ARE IN STYLE AGAIN -
LIFT UP YOUR HAIR
The new style of lifting tho hair
from the ears looks murh nicer if !'
hair in soft so it drapes around th
ears rather than bclnsr pulled up I"
straight, hard lines. To pet the best
effect in any style of halrdresslnir
every strand must he fluffy, lustrous
and. of course, clean, in wasnins
hair it is not advisable to ie a make
shift, but always ue a preparation
made for shampooing only. You can
enjoy the best that Is known for about
three cents a bhampoo hy soiling
package of canthrox from your druc
pist: dissolve a teaspoonful in a cup
of hot water and your shampoo is
ready. After its use the hair dries rap
idly, with uniform color. I'anirmr.
excess oil ana oirt arc unninm ami
entirely disappear. Your hair will be
so fluffy that it will look much heavier
than It is. Its luster and softness will
also delight you, while the stimulate!
scalp gains the health which insures
hair growth. Adv.
Added to your Diet
will add years to
A CONCENTRATED FOOD!
PURE TASTY. WHOLESOME
Full Measure Tin
cinot. rr.LT BAhTIMOnV. U.S..