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GIRLS OF HAKAHAK
CLUB 00 RUE WORK
Pleasure Subordinated to Do
ing Kind Deed, and Mak
, Ing Sacrifice.
WAR MADE OH FLIPPANCY
towns Woora ef I iarota t1ta
IM-Nwl I l4 Itcal nwar- I
jkktiti t '(orttMi nw I
lo t Om Max fral Pali;.
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aart. u. Im a .!.
1 aar. vi'i.fi np:-a. a4.
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ary alar, fca tfta ioi. mMU" af
' af g.rl. ia rrtl"4 wt.r
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la. I ! ")! "! r-!f t It
altra.fa.t au-'i.; a,,an,a.
1 r a' -aaa mvn4 war
Ti artria mm a-, af l"a
Vna' rv i tJi- lug -Raxl.
"V nuntan ar am.aa IS. alaa
t irf.n-a .1 la. ab"l s4 lr
m'Mt'.m jfaar-. ea. l'C'"-4
-i Itir". n argaa: a"i -a. ta
it I alB
. u r-aal iaV
t a r-.nl maei" af la rtu.
wu: ia a r.- .f l. National lp
lira ilifU' eanitia. IB" glrla
,,U'I to la.-orta lato IB.ir letal
aalf ultiirt proeasan4 ta
frra.-ti.-at iiti ef p"m l.m.
aoK.a I ta last af m i" la M"'1
,.--F-!in( I. emr f . rl'ak
t. .,9.m-n ft. a aa-r.... a.4
jotMif af a glrla n4atl
a4 rai-c'laajtir 'irr.Tirti a faw af
It. Ui! 4-. Itara itt f
I m .
na m.mb.r ! ana.!- lao- fraa
a a rai af poor p4il
Ta ma m.mr aiara at'iM-'g the
t.fnoa wB.a a. wl la o. far an
,i.l.M) m.r wo m'iai.t t
It .r!a la ' H - enr aliar war.
loNtlttr mmr ria a lti:a wbila
mi la a l'4 Hk.
tnoCMr awnft.r .lt book
f-n souc cSiI4r a'a l
.f. itM fnotit I.T haa aaraa4
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f.m.li.a i 4 .at f'ana e tmliiu
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fa'. tn4ll'i f l ar.. 14 oI4i
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l a' l.r ai.a nj im a.
.;lct aaraoaa cf.
Thf rf :r kvaoi.Aall ta. fof
. par.al. I.i-f j !r as4 :
ara an-l.aa la at.M a4
lnri.n..-a M an4 )fl. of l.lf
a . aal !) ir (arfxief Fl "HUH-tl-
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t wtr n4iwll
Tfta w.rk In
lrtilt!; ffiM en Ifial ai ct
f.ar t-i Ik. -lw) aa
fia O tfta a n4
finp.i4hat4 af II.
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4mmi .. d4t" a4 aa ef Ine affl-
af i. t.ri4)r. "I4l l--
cliiv ki w. it. aa reward. Tfca
a. f 4n !. Bh- .f ' eoMliUM.
-r al'a IM laa fcna. j
ra.-ri l. ': fcMn.r aperacia
tiait t. (irl. . af Ib.ir Ktl rfl
.fi.in. TT are lof varfaitej
ita .inftf a.i."
Ka4 te4e aa 11. Wl.
ta atn.r of-i. gng a d'a4
4tiv Iw a lL.b.f em lK. (irta.
la aa In-fi.a nam. arv-l II
in.a. at(in aua, II aa cBa.aa for
m tbrM.f i. aarp.a. TBa rn9 le 14
tn. H..t. lb. (tr.. a.. laaia4
a( an. "a .p I la . Ira. la 13.
raimpfir i'l tfta imI ef r
TB. l.-waJ I "Wehe.'o." aa4 It
f.n.t rrwera. tk.a:ta aa4 oe.
TB. Makaaakl camp arsaBii'4
l Hr. tJoia trl Tai
"r.i fiuxliat u UiM Kara.!
I.ia to Vfa. W. Arao. t. Iha pr
H ( j.r ! aa. Te m.mB.r&ia ef t
c La linsitl la Aa npfH
a Bam w a. si. a la ... h ra.ta
k.r. .rl I Boa O'Ba.
ln ci"r aiv4 hanrfr. Aaatb.r
IB. nwnMa Jl.walh. naaelnc
tf.ah of tiaBI.
.im. of t R m mb't are: IZltaa
K.tB ruia. A -. tllhav
.-ifi !.at: ;ln mAprt. a-c
r.e.rv: i.t'-..l lsasL.y. Irea.ur.r; Laaa
I'UTtnBrova. .4t.r: A phu4 t'k.rtoa.
pff4Atirm: tr. it. Il.ttar4.
I i-l I. MfT rim6ro.. Lvci.l
in.. a.a K 114 an4 t- 1. Mtaa.
hikihg" pm. divides
rcK rxi.r ton tihc thit rom
UK t or 1 LIKIRO.
M laiM Knaaeva af Tnaam la
lark DmiIiIi Trait Arvaar
lf'r t a ervBj p.rtl. t.4 bea
.-.. la T Ir pur.viii af L.tr
f:!i.r. MM. Aa4"a. rMna Com an4
Jjii.a Tvtt:. af I'artt.aH. lappowdlr
lot la a itorm ca trra Mauataia. CBe
f.or asauataia rl;mb.ra arrt4 la
lrt:4 rkortljr .(or Bii4ai(ht la.t
.m. rea. a.rtr al tie I nlea
ici all arb.4 aa4 etuipp.4 tor a
...'a. TB.r ' o.tifi.4 tiat the
,!, four ka4 l4-a4 tt. cttr ut
I. mtaulee before Ike Iraia for Urtdal
mil w la airt al It l lit. moraine
iSt. f jttl. etplaia.4 late lat BaBt
tBal l&e four arBa ka4 b- ox. a.p
a et4 frana Ike maa prr aa4 corse
ba. k it a a fr.r.nl trail aa4 lakea aa
auito lata IB. rttT. Tka aalo frroke
anj tB.r s4 set arrive aalil
r?r II clack.
Vtiliun lark, aaa ef Ike orllBal
a.rtr mi..4 e for at ir!4al Veil
.n. I ruB. la I art;.o-l to orji Ike
.arB pa'tr He ouM Ike ai4 of
,tf.rt.t4 tja II. alo ka4 ar
i.n a i a r.li.f artr al Ur4l V.L
Tra war. a.ul i in Ik. ariciaal
eartr. M' TtUa rprte4j lat ankt
l. etoraa ae at 64 aa Larva
L . - - 1
rUV'KIVH. Kr . N. : . ( S p. .
,.!. T L.'a of IB. oo?etloa.
al ! . ra-K.: l.l weak
a4 a e.aa-r 4l"ll al lt-3rak-r.r
114,1 1 ri. I. .lal Ike
ra.rvK. v.a affair vera veil al-
lilltlO Vf IliUll Obi "in ni v.-j .
MORLETC ROLE HEW K HwT'
Comedy Star Is Bertie Boy In
Army at Orpheum.
CAPERS AS FUNNY AS EVER
l.aclih fiarax-trr la flarkraqard.
laJama loaialJ-Arr Moja to
flrae All anil CHIx-r Arte
Are lllfhlr Mrrllorloaa.
f UM! CAJ i:r.
rrora Ike ao4ra erkoo! ef oo-and-ta-4oinc
' cK'-t art ci Viclor
Morten, rim.rtlr aa4 tHJr 4oaa up
la -) f" kk.kl uoilorm. fca danree
la an4 evil f a thr.a-ma-tiaivdle4
iailel. hie oir roaa4.at.al emila al
are aa up) aa4 H toe ever ea Ike
It look Ikr.o coo4 na aod Iroe to
maauta--ture aa a-t for Mr. Morleye
au4.it.le tour. It aroaakir I fcablt.
II fc. appeared la mueiral rom-
ti.a ah.re dot.n of autkort fall la
4B4 k.p. a4 ao CBaaalo; foilock.
H.aaotl Wolf .ad I'iltloa Crawford
ara .a4 all took a wkack at Mr. c
l a I.I..I.
-A l..4r Stmr Mao." It la ra.l4.
bat Mr. Mor.r af Ike moil IrrecuUr
Mfl la aaj.ea.a aa4 a monocle ke
pr..si. arm, eaiolea. ckarf.a Uttv
aal. firaa coa oU.r from koeetm
poaivr. aal o ea lkroofc Ike fua
aieet aort ef a fre.
rw la o Tow Heavy.
Tl!era a pl. to. but enoufc
la ! one a ka4cka fotlowlnc It.
Xorl.r fia-oree ae a irna Ike Lam b
ameac huosH ekaep of Ike arcnr and
k;a oiaa.r party ktrd ckaller I amua
lac Ha .till retain and ekowara u
a.roa.'r wl'-k Ik MorlcYeine eralla
a4 de lakltul ak.ur4.tie of apeera.
Mu.k pr.i taut ke Cla to kl
upportlng- cotnpaay el I, a.l l woore
aro .t...iai iRser QJ form a eocaJ
karksrvuad ejaito like a MC orttaa
arcomp.Bim.al tor Ike comedy maaea
r ef l rr.
Uu tiaum, a a re.nt. intra
waiL At lltn.a Ika vocal
roup; make one tkiak cf a kfcakl-
klal o4 Ifi4r:krc
Ma4me iMuid-AMf tn4a me wep
tl over my eol la'e collar wbea b
aaa; tke ple-atlve 'Micbir Lak a
how.' H&a lna koautifttlly. br
oK-o la appaalioa: and eurvfcar4 wuk
ISO aiality of irBfT- 'bo ba
rkooao fc.r e.lecttona wtlT. Tbere
nouck of IB. rl.s.ie lo piaaao Ika
rnoaic etod'ata at:4 enouta of tke
mmmt. o;d bm-r ae lo pla. tboe
of oa wfco don I know bin C from a
kole la IB. Kroun4-
ataa-rr la l-avely ltrtare.
M4ama tBM.Ar toucke the
b.art and Ur tke emotiona ke le a
lovelr picture, loo. m ft lo ke a alojlo.
aS4 tkat a aorall kalf aa act.
a-u.rl llaroee BouI4 be blr4 aa a
pornvaeaftt loatituiion by Ika Commer
cial Clufc a a pukUc p.ak.r. II. ka
Ik. iM t lan t acuir.4 of ie:ilr.
rma of foollak ckatt.r In a perfectly
f.atnatiB aay J0" baB ea
every word. A. on prior vta'.te ko ar
Cue the proa a4 com ef mrrl4 and
alecie life aa4 b.coro.e a prima tavor
It. at pneo.
Tno a-' a oa Ika bill tbal aouoj like
at are T Cr !;. a break fal-foo4-Ian
nam, ar.4 Kiavlila. aounU
like an tra. l. Tke Criaia are a pair,
broik.r .4 aial.r. ao4 ia la a mar
a.loua I Bktntn: chaa artlal. la a
jiffy -ak cba bar Ifx to dance
witn brotker madrap, d!y. daria.
wfclrlirc 4rv!ak daocoa act for a
ion. I. ire we fi.arej tbere wera t0
Aveoedlonlet la Daarrt, Tea.
U!lla I a me.m.rlc accordion
.. wko plr plndidly and dancee
to th Bio4;e.
!., Hack and drva a col
umn of comm.nt on tke unique mein.
e4e of eiploltlna- tbelr balancln and
acrobalio act. U le a traly tallo
afcl.vement and la one ef tke bet
IBinca on tk b!!L
TB. loom Htt.ra end tke bill vb
a a.naatiof-al corablnatiora of Iroo-Jaw
wklrlinc la midair and a Itcbt-wlr
art cf m.ril.
Sermon Thoufht From
T WNT know what le going to be
X coma of the bwibia after death:
I don't know what la .olnc to become
of thoaa poor. nestect4 children who
never had a chance, after d.alh. bul
I do know what I going lo become of
you aod rr... w who have the oppor
lubiti.a lo do. lo better mankind, as
Chrtal drew la bla loeoa of the womarat
at tke wall.' paid l'.v. John It. loyd
In hie aarmon ys.t.rdar at i-: first
ITaabytertaa Ourch. "ha waa a fallen.
Bstect.4 woman, aod Christ waa oa
triai. It waaa l tba woman who waa
0n trtat. Bt at ail.
-J.su Christ sbow4 himself a man
of .nibiuiy. a man of faellng. a man
of to for thi woman. Are you and
I doing I hewi
"Are w ehoving oar love for th
fallen ar.4 d grace4. the poor, neglected
and foraak.n It I up lo you. people
of Portland, you rich people, you all
who have tk opportualtl.e. Toil well
r.-pl. do you viait tb i-k, and
"It t th wha have to whom Cod
look, lo aid thoaa wha have not. II
t tke Int. lllgant that I going to
k.it-Rr. ea.rr 4-r. Think of tbea.
e e e
-1 f womAa stl on ! u. Ihe power
she now kaa for Ik. b it.rm.nl of b.r
vi asbetat w4 aetBf.Ui gtaai
I & 1' Sk 1
411 AUc-o Mlobaa. Vrro-t-rraldref of nakaaakl t laki SI Klkel Laaaley. Teaa-
reri 191 :vrlra Datripan. aocreiary. aaa. lei Kltaaaeta Till.. a, Irea-Meal.
thlnci for th brtlrrmrnt of the world."
Tbi an th ktvDoi of the aermon
of th. Ilev. C. u. M.'Cullorb. e-
preaa.4 laal nisht In hla eprcial me
eace lo the )oun womrn of hla coo
ifxtllon of tnworlh Mrtbodlt Kple
coral Church. It. McCutloch poke of
"Tm Croat riervlre of a Captlva Maid,
takinr aa the Itttroduitlon "The little
n.a 14 who waited on Naanian'a wife.
Tke itreat m-rti- done by this hum
tie aervlnc maid In brlnslns about the
mvana of Naaman'a heallnc waa held
up by the paator aa an rtample lo
women of today. "The enLarKcd Op
portunitlea for rvic today, the eland
ibb- woman bow bold, uvea them a
chance lor rl'-a today: tba (andtnc
women now hold trlvea them a chance
to be a wonderful power for good.
aid th paator.
Laat week be addrraaed hla armor,
ta the younc ma. but laat nlaht bis
meaaaar waa entirely for women,
e e e
lcpt ye he born aln. y rannol
ea the Klnsdom of llav.o " With tkit
a hla Int. Ihe K.v. J. I. NI.wondr.
raator of Ihe Klrt I'nlled llrethren
Cburrh. preached lal nlrthl on the ub
Jci. "I a the Iwlrlne of a New Birth
He a. id. "A klncdnm ha a rleht to
lata th. condition upon which people
may enter It. Ctrial ba a riKht 10
tat the condition of membership to
bla hincdom. What condition doe he
nam. Itn. ration an Implanlatloo
of Iha divine life la that of the human
belnr. I tarce all of you to consider
Ibl matlr dplr. Accept Christ and
perfect peare shall be ours. The new
blrtb la reaaonabl."
a a e
MiHct masterpiece. "The Anerlus,"
was the Inspiration for the sermon
pr.ach.4 laat Blcht by Hav. Krank Lo
Ivik rin.lley. pastor of Iha Flrt United
reabrterlan Church, lie spoke of the
condition and customs In various lands
and times and then told of the need
here and now for a arcater regard for
the Importance of prayer. "There
should be more prayer In Ihe home; In
Lie Monday school and In the everyday
l:f.- said Ihe paator. "A Christian
Isn't op to hla full standard of cttneo
shlp If he doesn't respond lo this great
duty and prlrll.ee of prayer."
RAILROADS DO BETTER
.Oltni BASK IROWI l-aCKRAHIS IX
rrellaalaara, tllaaalea Clve ertkrra
raciflo t arar.l Oroea Baalaeaa
brace Meatk af J ear. 1IX
Report of the earaings of th North
Bank road, not Including tha Oregon
Trunk, show an Increase of approxi
mately tio.ota in pa.ngar receipt for
th rnontb of f.ptember. compared with
the aame month last year. This I said
to be due lo the buain.a oa th Co
lumbia Kivsr end of the road over
which the passengers for tba Great
Northern Paclflo ieamsblp Company
The passenger receipt for September.
IMS. ware tUS.I'T. and for eplember.
114. they were HCi.lU
Freight receipt showed a decrease.
They w.re l;tT. In (September. 11S.
and 1.6. in eptemb.r. llt.
Uperating expenses were reduced
from :J.4J lo Meptember. 114. to
1;4 H September. 11S.
The net earning for trp(einber of
the current year were l:ij.3. and for
th aarfta month last year f:;t.i;j.
That wava of prosperity which ha
had tba Kasl In Its grasp for the last
six weeks or two month seem to be
traveling westward, if the report of
the transcontinental arallroada can be
taken aa an Indication.
According lo preliminarw estimate
the Northern Pad tic In October handled
Ilia largest gross business In any month
In taro years. ros last month of
IMll.Jti gained t4t.00. or 4 per cent,
over the Corresponding month laat year.
This followed a gain of tll.341 In f-p-Irrober
and tl In August. Tb
August statement showed tha first Itv
create In gross In two years. Tha In.
rreasa In gross last month was Ihe
largest In any month since June, 111,
or a period of 3 months. It was due
to the heavier movement of grain and
Holdup (.aspect Is Held.
Frank Maao. :l yean old. waa ar
rested at Second and Mala streets Isst
night by Patrolman Tenoant, who
thought tha man fitted the description
of tba blghwarmaa who did the shoot
Inr In th three holdups Saturday
Maao Is 21 years old. slender, of
medium height, and wears a small
black mustacke. Tha officer found him
prowling around oa Ilia street aborlljr
IIS' CAMPAIGN ON
Headquarters Will Be Opened
Tomorrow for Relief Work.
'BIG BROTHERS' APPOINTED
M Helen CHIeapie Will Be In
General Charfe and Many Cora
mltteeti Will B Named Du
plication lo He Avoided.
The Mut will open their he
quarters for Christmaa Relief In the
Klks" building tomorrow moraine; and
Miss Helen Gillespie, chief of all th
local Campflra Girl organizations, who
was the general secretary of the big
brother committee of tha Muta last
year, will have charge of the work.
The flrst task will be the division or
the relief activities 'nto deoartments
lo take care of applications, collection
snd distribution of supplies, transpor
tation, "bundle days." "Mut days,
medical and dental aervlc. fuel, cloth
ing, footwear, underwear, groceries,
"milk for babies" and a doxen and one
subdivision into which the work has
to be segregated before the machinery
la vnder operation at full speed.
in aaaition to inn, . ' - - -of
tha organisation plans will bo to
devise Ways ana means mr -effective
co-operation with all other
organisations, clubs. Institutions and
.... - -. .,i in helnlnflr the
poor this year. The Muts will lay par
ticular stress ou in mk --
tivtties thi year because of the un
usually serious situation which con
tronta all agenckea engaged in relief
Two offers came to the Muts iron
Eastern and Central Oregon yesterday
to conduct big rabbit drives some time
between now and Christmaa and this
. . . 1 1 V - 1 ..... .4 in th. h.nfla of
a special committee at once. A number
of olters also came from farmers living
within the :S-mlie radius of Portland
tendering substantial aonanuna i
tatoes. apples and vegetables of all
kinds providing the Mut could arrange
soma means for th transportation of
these goods to Portland.
In addition to the executive com
mittee, the "Big Brothers" for this
year have been appointed as follows,
most of whom have already accepted
the appointment: Mayor Albee. C. O.
Sutherland. Uuy v. Talbot, lien renins.
1 1 1 m . r . H r tr V 11 Iammasch.
Ucorge H. Kelly, John II. Burgard. t.
C. Bratton John K. Carroll. Eorr E.
Keasey. v. - Coman. R. II. Croxier.
Judge Stevenson. T. J. bwivel, r.uuene
Brookings. K. P. Hunt, C. A. White
more, Kurt II. Koehlcr. Judge Catena.
...... tr i -. " 1 r.rk.
. yj. r ise, j . ii. jwvt, ... . v---tain
John T. Moore. H. W. Plerong. J.
C. Friendly. Fire Chief Uoweil. It. D.
arpenter. I.oul F. Braylon. II. J.
Hiaesing. J. A. Ormandy. V. C. BrlstoL
to bring the number up to an even 60.
WOODPILE R0BBER BUSY
Child Sees Thief Leavln-f and Ex-plaln.-f
1xh of J'ucl.
At least one Portland resident has a
cheaper method of getting wood than
buying It from the supply which the
city i trlng to dispose of at .-educed
rates. He carries it from neighboring
woodnheds In a sack.
The man's method of cutting prices
were revealed early Sunday morning
when a small girl living at the borne
of Mrs. H. W. Rolfe. 229 Thirteenth
street. aw the thief leaving the base
ment with the wood. Mrs. Rolfe told
the police she had been losing wood
for two weeks.
Centralist Attorney I Buried.
CENTRAL1A. Wash Nov. . (Spe
cial.) Judge C. R. Reynolds, a pioneer
attorney of Centralla. who died
Thanksgiving day. waa burled yester
day. The aervlces were held at the
Baptist Church. Rv. Mr. Black, of
Klma. officiated, assisted by Rev. C. E.
Flannlgan. of this city, and Judge
Rice, of the Lewis County Superior
Court. The members of the Lewis
County Bar Association attended tbe
services la a bodjr, . .
Til BEDST BIBS
Rollicking Farce Keeps Audi
ence a-Gigg!e as Funny
Situations Crop Out.
PLAY IS WELL PUT ON
Persons Known to Everyone Por
trayed In Amusing Fashion by
CleTer Comedy In Which
Fine Caul Appears.
CAST OF TWIJf BEDS."
Blanche Ilawkln Juliett Iay
Manor Monti P. Paul Porcasl
Harry Hawkins ...J. Morrill Morrison
Amanda Da via
BT LEONE CASS BAE1L
Mavba It waa only the soughing- of
tba wind outside the Heillg last night,
but methlnka it waa the hollow groan
of the shade of Anthony ComstocK wit
nessing "Twin Beds" from some ghost
The fact this one mere fact that a
lot of n.onle I know, would wholly dis
approve of "Twin Beds" makes me
know It's good, lt'a a farce that keeps
one from turning away from the stage
one moment. That In Itself iat quite a
lot. Any amount or looieries ana in
cidentals can keep one looking at the
stage, but when something about it can
keep you from looking away even once,
then that Is quite a lot more.
The only time I pried my optics away
from the stage happenings was when 1
peeped to see how many in the audi
ence had expired from sheer hysteria.
Play Xot lollke "Baby Mine."
Thar, exactly the kind of a farce
"Twin Beds" is. and that's the effect It
hut. If you liked that otner roiucn
ing. never-could-havc-happened but
hlxhlv hilarious farce. "Baby Mine."
written also by the author of this one.
Margaret Mayo, then you will be. fas
cinated by this one. Chock-full of
things one recognizes as dear familiars
of our own hearth and nresiae is
All sorts and kinds and conditions of
men in the audience laugnea up
roarously aa they mentally traced com
parisons between the wives of their
several bosoms and tho jealous hen
pecking. rlght-on-the-Job Signora
Monti. Other men saw in the flirta
tious and coy. bridish Mrs. Hawkins
the counterpart of some wife they
knew. And the women in the audi
ence recognized as long-lost friends
all the hallmarks of husbands in gen
oral in the two stage Benedicts. That
is one thirur which made us all relish
every bit of it this sticking to real
The story of "Twin Beds" told in
cold type sounds as funny as a cry for
help. It simply will not melt Its
laughter into blacK ana wnue. iou
h.v. to sea it to know what a gem
of Joy it is. Tou can get an idea of
its complications wnen you Know um
of Its four main characters two are
the Jealous, peevish, won't-listen-to-a-word-of-explanation
sort of folk.
Sllaatlooa Are Rldlcoloua.
Slgnora Monti is Jealous, and keeps
her eyes ever on her bibulous tenor
husband. She found him years ago
singing for 15 a week In a catjaret. ana
now. through her guidance and minis
trations and shooing flirting women
from his path, he gets 200i nightly
thrice a week. Beneath them in the
apartment-house lives a coy littlo bride
who adores the tenor's voice. She has
a peevish. Jealous husband. After a
grand row and accusations in general
In the first act, the coy bride is
whisked away by her husband to a
new apartment-house. She exacts as
a reward the privilege of installing
twin beds in her new bedroom. To
this same apartment-house moves the
Signor and Slgnora Monti, unbe
knownst to the other, and on the first
night, when the Jealous husband is at
the club, tha bibulous Monti, deep in
hi. cim. wanders Into the wrong
apartment and calmly goes to sleep in
one of the twin Deas. ii is in mo
morning, when everybody discovers
.vervhodv else and everybody misun
derstands, that the acute complications
If it weren't a farce there'd be a
murder and then we'd get no laughs
and we'd go staggering out of the
playhouse puzzling our poor wits. Tou
don't do that with "Twin Beds." You
can't analyze It or do aught but laugh
An excellent cast presents it. in
which the artistry of Paul Forces! as
the fiery MontC the beauty and per
.nnalitv of Marion Lord as Mrs. Monti
and the eif-like sweetness of Juliette
Day stand out distinctly.
"Twin Beds will stay an ween i
the Hcilig. with matinees on Wednes
day and Saturday
C. G. Pike, of Seattle, is at the Sew
J. K. Supplee. of Seattle. Is at the
m-hop P. T. Row, and Mrs. Row are
Dinner Time in
Surprise Novelty Entertainment in a
"Dutch Dinner Dance
6:30 to 9:30 P. M., Tuesday, Nov. 30,
in the ballroom of
Exhibition "Dutch" dancing en costume.
Table d'Hote "Dutch" Dinner $1.25.
Tables by reservation.
Charge Purchases Today and Tomorrow
Go on Dec. Accounts Payable Jan. 1.
gkirts gox pleated (pi f
The feature which we originated, accordion pleating and
making skirts complete for ?1 if materials are purchased
here, has had wonderful response. During the past week"
hundreds have availed themselves of this offer.
Beginning today we shall extend this service to include
box or knife pleating at $1. This means the cutting, seam
ing, hemming and box pleating, 1, l'i or 2-inch pleats as
desired, of any wool or silk skirt, fitting in band alone re
quired to finish. Well also pleat a dress if materials aro
bought from us.
Skirts cut to measure FREE when materials are
purchased here. Second Floor, Fifth Street.
'Short Cuts in Sewing" lecture today in
Music Hall, Sixth Floor, 2:30, by Miss Olive
M. Elrich. No charge.
See our Big Double Center and Back
Page Ads in Section 1, Sunday Papers
for Details of Great Sales Men's Bath
robes; Women's Suits, Dresses, Coats,
Blouses and Furs; Women's Trimmed
and Untrimmed Hats; Children's Toys;
"Royal Society" Art Goods Samples at
Half; Laces, Kerchiefs, Holiday Ribbons
"Oh! Are They Really
Made of Butter?'3
The wonderful Art Butter Exhibit, made for the
Hazelwood Creamery, of Portland, and awarded the
Grand Prize at the Land Products Show.
They have been purchased by Meier & Frank's and
are on display in the Grocery, Ninth Floor.
"Milking Time" is a true-to-life replica of St. Mawes
""Poppy," Oregon's champion Jersey, and her calf.
This cow has a record of 942 pounds of butter in one
year, and nearly 1000 pounds were used by J. E. Wal
lace, the sculptor, in making the model in butter.
The "Old Way" is a life-size Dutch girl, churning the
old-fashioned way. Modeled entirely in butter.
Both of these models are said to be the finest speci
mens ever modeled in butter. These exhibits are shown
in cases which are kept icycold by our own refrigerat
ing plant. Thousands of people who failed to see them
at the Land Products Show should take this opportunity
of viewing the display at Meier & Frank's.
ppyal ganquet plour
Holly Puree of Tomatoes,
can 8(?; dozen 90f limit
12 to purchaser.
Sniders Tomato Soup, 3
cans 25 dozen 950.
White or yellow Corn
meal. No. 9 sack 290.
California "Peak" Aspar
agus, can 100.
Electrical Prosperity Week Begins Today
Agents Hotpoint & Universal Appliances
at the Multnomah. Mr. Rowe is bishop
R. D. Moore, of Bend, is at the ror-
A. S. Read, of Astoria, is at the Im
TV. Falrchild, of Tacoma, Is at tn
F w. Buff, of Hood River, Is at tne
Lord and Lady Aberdeen are at the
Dr. C. J. Barrett, or vaie, is at io
E. L. Johns, of New York, is at the
Robert X. Moore, of Bend, is ar. me
E B. McMahon. of SpoKane. is ai me
H. Gordon Kerth, of St. Louis, is at
R. C. McGill, of San Francisco, is at
. U a Or, ?nn
Henry M. Stowe, of Cleveiana. is at
C. S. Hanks, of San Francisco, is at
Frank E. D. Talbot, of Boston, is at
C. L. Rlckard, of San J rancisco, is
at the Seward.
j. f Phallen. of Indianapolis, Is at
IT. 1 Gearv. of Seattle. Is reffisterea
at the Imperial.
Quaker Oats, pkg, 100.
Fancy Brooms, each 490.
Victor Naptha Soap, 6
Kingsford's Gloss Starch,
6-lb. box 590.
Gold Dust or Citrus Pow
der, pkg., 200.
Charles T. Early, of Hood River, is
at the Portland.
W. Potter, of Seattle, is registered at
E. J. and E. H. Hermann, of Detroit,
are at the Eaton.
CHICAGO. Nov. 28. (Special.) W. A.
Luey. of Portland, Or., is registered at
the La Salle.
Hood River Sells Fresh Cucumbers.
HOOD RIVER. Or., Nov. 28. (Spe
cial.) Fresh cucumbers at local stores
from the gardens of J. H. Koberg show
the moderate temperature that has pre
vailed in Hood River. The cucumbers
were covered from the light frosts. Mr.
Koberg is also supplying local stores
and Portland markets with head let
tuce. An-s-t'l cars run by trolley now botwern
New York and Boston.
When a Man Makes a Life
Study of a Subject
Thompson's Deep Curve Lenses
he becomes, in the natural course
of events, a specialist.
Our opticians are all specialists
men of extensive experience.
We are specialists in the truest
sense of the word not mer
chants. Our energy, thought and ability
are concentrated on our prac
tice. in consequence we give you an
optical service of the highest or
der and by reason of our sys
tematic organization, at the low
est cost to you.
Thompson glasses, whether they
cost $2 or more, are guaranteed
to give you complete satisfaction.
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