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THE MORNING OREGONIAN. WEDNESDAY. MAT 12, 1915.
There Is No Near-Rival to "Wonder" Millinery These Styles and These Prices Prove It.
BEGINNING this afternoon. the
Waverly Country Club will hold a
series of teas, so that those mo
toring ' during the afternoon may be
euro of meeting a group of friends with
whom they can -nJoy the refreshing
beverage. Mrs. Walter J. Burns will
bo hostess today, and again Wednes
day. May 26, there will be a similar
affair. After this the directors of the
club plan to have the teas weekly
throughout the Summer. It is a delight
ful way to entertain after a motor or,
'horseback ride, and on the days noted
the club will be more than usually
lestivo and thronged with visitors.
Another bride-elect has defied su
perstition, for Miss Maude Batcham has
rhoern May 25 for her wedding to A.
Fielding McClalne. Jr.. of Spokane. The
ceremony is to be a church affair, sim
ple in detail, the bride to be unat
tended, and only relatives with a few
close friends to be present. There will
le a wedding breakfast following, but
Informality will be the keynote of the
function. Miss Batehan is being en
tertained with luncheons, dinners and
Informal affairs, and upon the arrival
of Mr. McClaine in the city, which will
bo within a week, there will be many
elaborate social compliments to honor
the young couple.
Mrs. James Healy and daughters.
Misses Josephine and Frances Healy. of
rottstown, Pa., are visiting Dr. Mary
Kvans, of this city. They have been
entertained extensively. Mrs. Sarah A.
Kvans, Miss Wells, Dr. Kvans and oth
ers have been hostesses at informal af
fairs in compliment to the visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Fletcher have re
turned from a visit in California, where
they attended the exposition at San
Tho members of St. Agatha's parish
will hold & May carnival Tuesday and
Wednesday of next week. Cards will
occupy the guests In the afternoons,
nd a concert will be tho feature Tues
day evening in the parish hall. The
carnival will close with a dancing
party Wednesday evening. The pro
ceeds will bo used for the church fund.
.An Interesting event of the week
that Is causing a great amount of in
terest among the popular dancers of
clubdom is the post-season shirtwaist
party of the Maxixians that will be
fclven Friday evening at Cotillion Hall.
' The O. N. C. B. Girls will entertain
with a shirtwaist party the evening of
May 20 at Cotillion Hall.
On Friday evening Cotillion Hall will
be the scene of the Maxixians' special
post-season shirtwaist party.
The members of the Alpha Beta
Kappa fraternity were hosts for a
boating party on Suniay. The launch
Eva left Portland at 10:30 A. M. with
about 40 young people. In the after
noon the boat pulled up at a long
Bandy beach on the Columbia and lunch
was served. Eraraett Douglas enter
tained by presenting his new mono
logue, entitled "The Village Cut-Up."
During the afternoon a ball game was
an entertaining feature until Will Fink
batted tho ball out Into the Columbia
Klver. A roasted supper was served
In the evening under the supervision of
Hugh H. llazlett. assisted by Irving
Niles, Albert Bowles an Wayne Kane.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh H. Hazlett, P. J. Barbara, Marie
Xlnsey. Albert Bowles, Constance Gil
man, Roy E. Carnathan. Esther Doty,
Emmett Douglas. Ada Herbring, Will H.
Fink, Wanda Michael, Jay Fox, Edythe
Bracht, Maynard H. Harris, Margaret
Dixon. Fred W. Hazlett. Ethel Gibson.
Theodore D. Harmon, Gladys Hutehlns,
Clarence Jones, Clara Scharpf, Chester
L. Johnson. Isabella Merryman, Har
low Johnson, Bernice Haines, Clarence
Johnson. Edwlna Clough, Wayne Kane,
Verta Martin, Fred A. Lothrop, Gera-
vera Fleming, Edmund L,e Blonde, Lu
clle Johnson. Gertrude Orser, Irving
Nlles. Madeline Brown, Lewis Torrey,
Ellen Dixon Wood. Charles C. Welch.
Edith Peel, Charles B. Osborne . and
The C. O. R. D. S. Club will give a
shirtwaist dance at I.lnnea Hall. Twenty-first
and Irving streets, tomorrow
evening. The club members are Gor
don Spencer, Clara Callwell. Hazel
Doyle, Grace Edna Short. A. N. Ander
eonv A. E. Mackie. R. F. Olson, J. H.
Schaffer and E. D. Schomacker. Pat
ronesses will be Mrs. William Doyle,
Mrs. W. C. Foster, Mrs. N. Peterson,
Mrs. O. F. Olson and Mrs. C. Spencer.
A delightful event of last week
was the party glvsn by Miss Ethel S.
Anderson at her home. 1254 East Al
der street, Thursday, in honor of her
fifteenth birthday. Games and music
were enjoyed. The decorations were
In pink and green. Those present were:
Leah Mcintosh. Bernice Junor, Neita
Kewcomb, Ruth Washburn, Marie Chris
man, Percy Newcomb, Ohmer Pomeroy.
Charles Gale, Walter Nelson, Arlie
Chrisman, Claude Holllster, Mr. and
Mrs. Allen Sannar and Mr. and Mrs.
-Roy C. Kropp. Many of the guests are
classmates of the hostess and will grad
uate in June.
Miss Lillian Kennedy, a charming
Irvington bride-elect, left yesterday,
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
- Kennedy, for San Francisco. She will
h be married Thursday evening at the St.
.Francis Hotel to Harvey E. Lindsey,
of Los Angeles. The service will be
ured by Rev. J. L. Smith, of Pasadena,
' ' an old family friend. Mr. and Mrs.
Lindsey will tour California, passing
a part of the time at the San Diego
Exposition. After June 1 they will
reside in Los Angeles.
John Drew, the actor, appearing
this week at the Heilig Theater,
was the guest yesterday of Colo
ur riel George S. Young and Mrs. Young,
ot Vancouver Barracks, for tea, and
also for a motor trip around the scenic
roads surrounding the post. . Colonel
Young and Mr. Drew were boyhood
friends and never miss an opportunity
to have at least a day's visit together.
The German department of Lincoln
High School will give an entertain
ment in the auditorium on Friday
night. May 21. A dramatized version
of "Little Red Riding Hood" and the
well-known scene -from "William Tell"
will be presented. German songs, folk
dancing, etc.. will also be features.
Parents, friends and former students
of this department are invited.
Mrs. Wells Gilbert left Monday for
an extended Eastern trip, to visit
friends in New York and Washington.
Later she will visit relatives in Du
luth, returning home the latter part of
June. Her sister, Mrs. Virginia Ring,
who has been here several months, has
J recovered from her serious illness.
Suit Taken Under Advisement.
Judge Bean, In the Federal Court,
. Tuesday took under advisement for
one week, on a motion for a demurrer,
the $25,000 slander suit brought by
Henry Conlin against Judge Ganten
. bein, of the Multnomah County Circuit
Court, for remarks regarding Conlin
made from .the bench by Judge Ganten-
POPULAR COLLEGE GIRL, HEAD OF
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beln several months ago when Conlin
was a witness. Since the slander suit
was brought,- a change of venue in a
case in which Conlin is interested as
secretary of a corporation, has been
granted from Judge Gantenbein's court.
A. L. Veazie is representing Judge
Gantenbein in the slander case.
By Lilian tingle.
BY LILIAN TINGLE.
Portland, Or., March .11. Kindly jrive. In
The Uregonlan, at your earliest convenience,
gome Kood recipes for drop cookies, sultahle
for afternoon tea or to serve with desserts;
something delicious, and not too expensive.
Thanking you for much help received from
your column. MRS. C. A. M..
NONE of the following Is difficult
to make, or particularly expensive.
Care In baking Is the important point.
Whether -they would come under the
head of "delicious," or not, depends
upon the personal taste of the eater
and upon the skill of the maker:
Orange Drop Cakes. One-half cup
butter, one cup sugar, grated rind of one
orange, one egg well beaten, one-fourth
cup orange juice, about two cups flour,
four level "teaspoons baking powder.
Chopped or shredded candied orange
peel, if liked. Cream the butter, and
sugar, add the other ingredients.
gradually. Drop by spoonfuls on a
greased baking sheet, sprinkle with
granulated sugar, and decorate with a
bit of candied orange rind or chopped
almond's. Bake in a moderate oven.
Honey Drop Cookies. One-fourth
cup butter, one-fourth cup granulated
sugar, one-half cup strained honey,
beaten yolk of one egg, grated rind of
one-half lemon, one and one-half table
spoons lemon juice, one-half level tea
spoon soda. White of one egg beaten
stiff, about one and one-half cups of
flour. Mix as above, using a little more
flour if necessary. Drop on a greased
baking sheet and bake in a moderate
Cocoanut Honey Cakes. 'Make like
honey drop cakes, using cocoanut milk,
in place of lemon juice and rind, and
adding one-half cup of fresh grated
Sour Cream Drop Cookies. One-half
cup butter, one cup sugar, one egg,
one-half cup sour cream, one teaspoon
s,oda, one and three-fourths level tea
spoons cream of tartar, about two and
one-half cups flour. Flavor with
vanilla or orange flower water. Mix
and bake as above. Dredge with granu
lated sugar or chopped almonds before
baking; or decorate with one half
walnut, or candied cherry.
Rolled Oats Fruit and Nut Cookies.
One-half cup butter, one and one-half
sugar, one egg, three tablespoons sour
milk or cream, one-half cup raisins or
dates cut up, one-fourth cup chopped
nuts, one cup rolled oats, one cup flour.
one-half teaspoon soda, one-fourth tea.
spoon salt. M4x and bake as above. A
little more flour may be needed. If sweet
milk is used, substitute one and one
half teaspoons baking powder for the
soda. For variety add spices, one tea
spoon cinnamon and one-half teaspoon
eacn cloves and allspice.
Cocoa-Oat Cookies. Omit the raisins
In the above, and add one and one-half
level tablespoons cocoa, one-half tea
spoon cinnamon, and one teaspoon
Peanut Drop Cookies. One-fourth cup
butter, one cup light brown sugar, one.
fourth cup milk, three level teaspoons
paKing powaer, . one-rourth teaspoon
salt, one egg beaten light, one cud
chopped, lightly roasted, peanuts, about
one and one-half cups flour, a few
drops almond flavoring. If liked. Mix
and baite as above.
Walnut or pecan drop cookies may
be similarly made. Do not chop the
nuts too nne.
RESERVATIONS for rooms for club
H. women who will attend the council
of the General Federation of Women's
Clubs are pouring in and the hotel
committee, headed by; Mrs. J. W. Tifft,
Is busy answering inquiries and filling
out lists of reservations. The latest
application came from Mrs. Clara
Breckenridge, who will come all the
CHI OMEGA HOUSE IN EUGENE,
way from the Isle of Pines, in the
West Indies, to attend the National
gathering of clubwomen. Mrs. Sarah
A. Evans, president of the Oregon Fed
eration of Women's Clubs, has received
many letters from members of the Na
tional board and others prominent In
clubdom saying that it Is with pleasure
that the women look forward to their
visit In Portland. The federation spirit
is spreading, and women from all parts
of Oregon are realizing as never before
the Importance of the great gathering
that will open May 31 with an elabo
rate reception at the Hotel Multnomah
and will continue with Interesting ses
sions at the White Temple, June 1, 2
The Outlook Dramatic Club will pre
sent the comedy, "Between the Acts,
Thursday evening at the Rose City
Park Clubhouse. East Fifty-seventh
street and Sandy boulevard. The cast
follows: Richard Comfort. Ray Ward;
Mrs. Richard Comfort. Edythe Hazen;
Mrs. Clementina Meander, "Dick's
aunt, Mrs. A. P. DeKeyser; Mr. Mean
der. "Dick's" uncle, George Moncrieff;
Sarah, Mrs. Meander's "French" maid,
Gladys Applegate; Felice, Mrs. Com
fort s maid. Mrs. George Thompson:
George Merrigale, "Dick's" bachelor
friend, George P. Thompson.
Miss V. Leota will be dramatic di
On account of the National conven
tion of the Mothers' Congress and Par
ent-Teacher Associations being held in
the city this week the executive board
of Ladd Parent-Teacher Association
voted to postpone the regular meeting
and election of officers to Thursday,
May 20, at 3 o clock in the school.
Ockley Green Tarent-Teacher Asso
ciation will meet on Thursday. After
the programme the teachers of the
school will serve refreshments.
The Shattuck Parent-Teacher Asso
ciation, headed by its able and enthu
siastic president. Mrs. J. F. Kelly, will
decorate the Library today in anticl
patlon of the - National Congress of
Mothers and Tarent-Teacher Associa
The election of Mrs. E. L. Thompson
to the presidency of the W Oman s Ex
change is a matter of congratulation
among the friends of the exchange
Mrs. Leon Hirsch, another . capable
woman, is first vice-president; Mrs.
W. C. Alvord. second vice-president.
Mrs. Alvord has been one of the lead
ers In the work and her judgment at
all times has been a mainstay of the
Other officers are: Secretary, Mrs. J.
K. Gamble; assistant secretary, Mrs. S.
T. Hamilton; treasurer. Mrs. McCalman
assistant treasurer, Mrs. Arnold Roth-
well: directors, Mrs. E. Ehrman, Mrs.
George S. Whiteside. Miss Henrietta
Falling. Mrs. Alma D. Katz. Mrs. Max
Fleischner, Mrs. Martin Winch. Mrs.
Walter J. Burns, Mrs. W. O. Van Schuy
ver, Mrs. S. B. Linthlcum, Mrs. Sigmund
Frank, Mrs. Holt C. Wilson and Miss
Sor many years Miss Henrietta Fall
ing was president of the exchange and
it was only when she declined to serve
longer that a change was made. When
she was abroad last year Mrs. Alvord
and later Mrs. Hirsch led the board In
Its various activities.
The Oak Grove Parent-Teacher As
sociation meeting will be postponed
from May 14 to May 28 on account of
the National convention. The dele-
Kates will be Mrs. John Waldron. pies
ident: Miss Elizabeth K. Matthews and
the alternates Mrs. W. T. Bushnell and
Mrs. Frank Dayton. Plans are being
made to serve a luncheon to G. A. R.
Veterans Thursday. May 20.
The Oak Grove Social Service Club
will meet on Thursday In the home
of Mrs. B. G. Skulason. Milwaukie.
Luncheon and a business session will
be held. The annual election will be
an important event. "Taxes, Hew Dis
bursed," will be the subject of an ad
dress by Mrs. A. Kornbrodt. "Laws
for Working Women and Children"
will be discussed by Mrs. Matthews.
BOY FACES 8TH OPERATION
Sister to Give 40 Inches of Skin To
day for School Fire Victim.
Edwin Phillips, 10-year-old victim of
the fire in the Irvington School De
cember 10. faces his eight skin-grafting
operation at Good Samaritan Hos-
White" Mid-Sommer Millinery
In this showing of White Hats which we will make today are wide, dashing Sailors, Shepherdess models
and the new black and white Flaring Sailors some with ribbon trimmings, some with ostrich pompons, some
with striking white wings and owls' heads, and still others with very dainty flower trimmings.
-Each one, you'll think, is just a little newer and a little prettier than the others.
Priced $4.45 and $2.95 and On Up to $7.50 and More
White Panamas. ........... .$1.95
twelve late now, shapes in fine
quality Panamas. Pure white
soft Summery shapes. A pretty
band or a bunch of flowers is all
the trimming you need, t
Select yours today.. $1.95
White Flowers, New 35c-95c
a late shipment of new White
Flowers and Novelties, justjui time
for this sale-Whiter Satin and
French-'feawrT Roses and Sprays.
Special at from 35c to 95c
THE WONDER MILLINERY
AT MORRISON AND FOURTH STREETS
pltal this morning. Physicians will
graft on Edwin's arms and chest 40
square inches of skin, taken from his
sister, Helen, 19 years old.
The operation will complete the
grafting of 300 square inches of skin
in eight operations. A large part of
the skin has been given by a brother.
Jack, 16 years old. The last operation
was a month ago. All previous opera
tions have been successful, and it is
hoped the one today will be the last
Edwin Phillips has been in the hos
pital almost all the time since the
school fire, which was caused by lights
on a Christmas tree. The boy is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Phillips, 456
East Fourteenth street North.
- The Captain's Wife.
CLARA and Joseph spent their Sum
mer vacation with their aunt and
uncle, who lived in a seaport town.
They went to the beach every day,
and when the tide was out they could
run along the hard, smooth sand for a
One day they walked farther than
usual, and. on a point of land a little
way from the water they saw a house.
As they came nearer to It Joseph said:
"There is a light In the window."
"It must be the sun shining on the
window pane," said Clara. "No one
would have a light burning In the day.
They were curious to see what It was
and walked nearer. "When they were
in front of the house they saw In the
window a lighted lamp.
"They forgot to biow It out," said
Clara. "We ought to tell them, for the
people around here do not have enough
money to waste in that way."
So they went to the door and
knocked. A very old lady opened the
door, and Joseph said: "We came to
tell you that your lamp Is lighted In
the front window. We thought you
forgot to blow It out."
The old lady smiled very sweetly and
shook her head. "No," she said. "I
have just filled and lighted it; now It
will burn until night, and then I will
fill it again." The children -lid not
know Just what to say, and he old
lady said: "Won't you come in t.nd see
Joseph thanked her and she led them
into the kitchen. It looked verylaueer
to Clara and Joseph, for there were
long seats built around the room and
A table stood in one corner, so that
the seats could be used when a meal
"Come In here," said the old lady,
"and I will show you my ships." She
opened a door into the room where the
lamp was burning, and the children
saw around the room ships of all kinds,
from full-rigged sailing crafts to tiny
"Who made all these pretty ships?"
asked Clara. -
"The captain and my boys," replied
the old'lady. "and while they are away
these ships keep me company."
"Is your husband on a voyage now?"
"Yes," she replied, "and John and
Tom are -with him. I expect them
home today," she said, as she looked
out across the water. Then she turned
the lamp a little higher. "I told them
I would keep this light burning every
night, and now I light it In the day
time, too, because it might be foggy out
there and they might sail right past if
they did not see the light."
"Have they been gone long?" asked
"Yes," replied the old lady, "this is
the longest voyage they ever made, but
I expect them home today," she said
She rent to a table and took up a
picture, which she handed to Clara,
"Here is their picture." she said.
It was the photograph of two young
boys and an older man. with dark hair
Clara and Joseph looked at the pic
ture and then at the old lady, whose
hair was snow white, and wondered
how it happened that her husband and
Bons were so young. The old lady
seemed to forget they were in the
room for a few minutes and stood gaz
ing out of the-window In silence. Then
"Did you hear In the village whether
the Nancy Pringle was expected today
"No," said Joseph. "I never heard of
the Nancy Pringle."
"That is tho name of my husband's
ship." said the old lady, "and I am
Pure White Hemp Shapes $1.95
in 10 styles. Such shapes as
these would be very unusual at any time,
but right now, with white hats at their be
ginning of popularity, they are really extra
ordinary.. Note again, there are 10 styles.
Special today . ... ..... ..$1.95
Untrimmed Shapes, Special 95c
a quantity purchase at ajyrjce,
concession so great ;that-w-ha"ve marked
thejsgJiandsofne shapes 95 instead of
$2.45. A bit of trimming and you will have
a hat. There are Milan hemp, plain hemp,
chips and Lisere braids.
Today, special .95c
expecting them today. John and Tom
are with him. This vrill be the last
voyage, for the captain promised never
to leave me again."
They said goodbye, to the old lady
and thanked her for showing them her
"Come again," said the old lady.
"Captain Pringle and my boys will be
here and they will tell you about their
When Clara and Joseph reached home
they told their uncle about their strange
"That is Nancy Pringle," he said,
"Captain Pringle's widow. He was lost
at sea, and his two boys with him, 40
years ago. She keeps that lamp burn
ing day and night, for the poor woman
still looks for them to return."
(Copyright. 1015. by the McClure Newspaper
Syndicate. New York City.)
SCHOOLS RALLY AT GASTON
Ball Game Is to Be Feature of Bis
GASTON, Or.. May 12. Special.)
Gaston, Dethlefs. Seth, Forest Dale,
Cherry Grove. Hill, Spring Hill. Mc
Cullough and Wapato schools will hold
a school rally in Gaston tomorrow. A
basket dinner will be served.
The programme includes:
Moraln; Slnelnic: welcome address. A.
M. Porter: response. W. K. Xewell: "How
We Made Our Schools Standard." Mrs. Wal
ling', Miss Bharp. Mr. Callahan, HIM Yoder
and Miss Elliot: "The Teaching; of History,
Mr. Babcock: discussion, "How to Get Out
a Crowd at the Annual Meeting": orlmtry
reading-, Mrs.- Babcock; "What We Expect
From the Parent-Teacher Association." Mrs.
Afternoon Songs by tha schools; "School
Problems," S. S. Duncan: "Primary Arith
metic," Miss Smith; address. Superintendent
J. J. Churchill; "Our schools." H. J. Hock-
inberry; ball gam.
EMPIRE DAY IS, MAY 24
Celebration in Armory Is to Raise
Funds for British lied Cross.
Arrangements for the great British
Empire day celebration at the armory
on May 24 were completed practically
at a meeting of the committee at Bal
four, Guthrie & Co.'s office on Monday
night. The celebration will be made
Dandruffy Heads "
If you want plenty of thick, beauti
ful, glossy, silky hair, do by all means
get rid of dandruff, for it will starve
your hair and ruin it if you dan't.
It doesn't do much good to try to
brush or wash It out. The only sure
way to get rid of dandruff Is to dis
solve It, then you destroy It entirely.
To do this, get about four ounces of
ordinary liquid arvon; apply it at night
when retiring: use enough to moisten
the scalp and rub it in gently with
the finger tips.
By morning most. If not all, of your
dandruff will be gone, and three or
four more applications will completely
dissolve and entirely destroy every sin
gle sign and trace of it.
You will find, too, that all Itching
and digging of the scalp will stop, and
your hair will look and feel a hundred
times better. .You can get liquid arvon
at any drug store. It is inexpensive
and four ounces is all you will need,
no matter how much dandruff you
have. This limple remedy never fails.
COSTS YOU NO MORE
BAKING CO, Inc.
J. we place
the occasion of a systematic movement
to raise funds for the British Red Cross
and the Prince of Wales' funds. Any
surplus of receipts from the sale of
tickets will be devoted to that purpose,
a collection will be taken in Jhe ball
and the audience will be invited to
pledge monthly subscriptions for the
period of the war.
The speakers will be Colonel Emmet
Callahan, a member of the Emmet fam
ily of Irish patriots; Edward Boyce and
Dr. W. T. Williamson. The vocalists
will be Miss Daarmar .Kelly. Mr. Harold
C. Bayley, K. T. Crowther. Walter V.
Stevenson. J. Maldwyn Evans and Rev.
F. W. Gorman. A Scotch reel In cos
tume will be danced to the music of
the bagpipes. William Wallace Graham
will give a violin solo and Carl Denton
will be the piano accompanist. Refresh
ments will be served after the enter
The meeting of the committee was
the largest yet held, nine members of
the Indies' committee of 62. which has
SPOILS THE HAIR
Soap should be used very spar
ingly. If at all, if you want to keep
your hair looking Its best. Most
soaps and prepared shampoos con
tain too much alkali. This dries the
scalp, makes the hair brittle and
The best thing for steady use is
just ordinary mulsifled cocoanut oil
(which is pure and greaseless). Is
cheaper and better than soap or any
thing else you can use.
One or two teaspoonfuls will
cleanse the hair and scalp thorough
ly. Simply moisten the hair with
water and rub it in. It makes an
abundance of rich, creamy lather,
which rinses out easily, removing
every particle of dust, dirt, dandruff
and excessive oil. The hair dries
quickly and evenly, and It leaves the
scalp soft and the hair fine and
silky, bright, lustrous, fluffy and
easy to manage.
You can get mulsified cocoanut oil
at any pharmacy, and a few. ounces
will supply every member of the
family for month.
FBI P" C
"Between Seasons' Gixtvx
A truly smart and satisfactory
glove that is washable.
Stylish, comfortable, hygienic
The latest shades; grey, stone and
chamois, also white and black.
Men, women, and children.
IName in every pair;
Ill 11 i
White Duck Hats 50c
good quality white ribbed or
plain Duck Hats in two very good
washable styles. Just the thing
for the river or outing.
Special, this sale 50c
Boys' Summer Straws 25c
on sale today tne re
mainder of our stock of Boys'
Summer Straws. A big variety of
sizes and styles to choose from.
See our window display.
Special today 25c
charge of the refreshments, being pres
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James Martin Tells How Vinol
Stopped the Cough and Re
stored His Strength After an
Attack of Grippe.
Wapakoneta, Ohio. "I am a Tanner
by occupation and the grippe left me
with a bad cough and In a nervous,
weak, run-down condition, and I could
not seem to get anything to do me any
good. I decided to try Vinol, and soon
began to Improve, and after taking
one bottle I feel like a new man. Vinol
has built me up, and my cough and
nervousness are all gone, and I can
truly say Vinol is all that Is claimed for
It." James Martin, Wapakoneta. Ohio.
The many letters which we are con
tinually publishing from reliable peo
ple should prove to you that Vinol Is
a reliable body builder and strength
creator; in fact, we feel safe In say
ing that we have never sold in our
store a more dependable, upbuilding
tonic for the convalescent, weak and
run-down than Vinol. our delicious cod
liver and iron tonic without oil. There,
fore, if you need such a medicine, we
ask you to try a bottle of Vinol, and
If you don't think it helps you, we will
return your money.
Vinol is a constitutional remedy for
all weak, nervous and run-down con
ditions of men, women and children.
The Owl Drug Co., Portland. Oregon,
and at leading drug stores everywhere.
For Sallow, Wrinkled,
Freckled, Pimpled Skin
If you have any cutaneous blemish,
don't use paint, powder or anything
else to cover It up. Too often this only
emphasizes the defect. Besides. It's
much easier to remove the disfigure
ment with ordinary mercollzed wax.
Applied nightly, the wax will gradually
remove freckles, pimples, blackheads,
moth-patches, sallowness. red or yel
low blotches, or any surface eruptions.
The affected cuticle Is absorbed, a little
each day. until the clear, soft, youth
ful and beautiful skin beneath is
brought wholly to view. Ask the drug
gist for an ounce of mercollzed wax
and use this like you use cold cream.
Remove In morning with soap and
water. Many who have tried this sim
ple and harmless treatment report
If bothered with wrinkles or crow a
feet, a wash lotion made by dissolving
an ounce of powdered saxollte in a half
pint witch hazel will prove remarkably
turn or BEsimr is jot forcvcw
Dr. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S
OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
Moth Pitches. Rash
and Skin Diseases,
and every blemish
on beauty, and de
nes detection. It
baa stood the test of
66 years, and is so
harmless we taste
it to be sure it ia
properly made. Ac
cept no counterfeit
or similar name.
Xr. IV A. Sayre said to a lady of the bauttoa
patient): "As you ladies wilkuse them. I re
commend 'Bam-MMl't Brssai'as the lrast harmful
of all the skin preparations." At druggists
and Department btorea.
Fart T. Htpklw & Sm, Prut, 37 trait jms SULTXL
This Leaves the Skin
Free From Hairy Growths
A simple remedy for completely re
moving every trace of hair or fuzz Is
here given. This Is painless and usu
ally a single ' "ttment will banish
even stubborn growths. To remove
hairs, make a thick paste with some
powdered delatone and water, spread
on hairy surface and after about 2 min
utes rub off, wash the skin and the
hairs are gone. This method will not
mar the skin, but to avoid disappoint
ment, be certain you get delatone.