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f.ta w.l tol drap-rlea. " ,-r
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wao ratal lt bridal party,
an.r.d li a ooJ.rf il creation tl
t .Afil f-rn. MPP'
t,... bow.r of whit
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from fb rh4llr
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Vr. M'. J. Harrjr
k. f.t irna.1 frn a ir l la Traa.
.ov wbi'ftar Iff l la atlaaM t
a a a
Mr. Aman.la Kff. of Pto. aj
i iitin Mra. Mmwl C. Kara far
f.w w.. ta w..b.af l
Paaai-fa. a,renrnii br Vr. Jamaa '.
t-4nr" Mra. Karr m al !! fonia'bl
tr H.t.5t an4 wiit ba foltoaa4 latar i
ftr h ax n. Tom4, wbo I earna.aa--
l-iaj frtn prtio at M. Incaril
l..api.l. la h baaa 4at I ! I f ll
l.rtarw.l br maar avl frta4a durta
bar riait In lia l".
1l fitnaca frlroltr It! maaf M
f-.rn.5-n at S S lar HN Ml
I rani . fiarn.a. al T J :al TfclrtJ
lt atraal oMV
a a a
Tha .on. J partr of Ina Mo4a
lht t'aartna lu a ajlaorr-
aln.'a to ba !- Moii'Ur aBlnr In
na ba'iroorn of Mot. I Multnomah at I
i-I.m;. All mambra ara urraj to
-n i la tlr a. vartan.-aa prompttjr.
a a a
Tna bit araet antl. lpataJ racarlr
to. folk an4 -r of Ina aoort
l ta opaninis of lha Kfivi of borhrv
n.at''ir f.h will taaa tU.t lbl
nmf al Ina I 'a Hirpo-lruma al
i lo-'k Ura ctr. la of blra will
ba Nra.ianl itl mmin of lha amart
iir.i in ioir moat f.inatirai
an.l bil4nni arrar of aofl fur aat
mi.' nt. ami fa aumbar of Una par
liaa alray rran. bi-Ia fair to man
t"ia rvantnar pa tally notbla.
A n'nibar of rnalron who ara 4av
ta of aAlinT an4 lovara of hoa-ltay
baa lnna4 informal dinn.r fartlra
rrw lha IhrtllliK ana rollina
ria' b. a"4 a. faar of tha bat-halora an1
Marri4 inao tiara ttain4 partial
Iowa low al lb ri.!t ! clow tna
a a a
Tha ttarrlaw Club aaxl ar-m wll,
ba a har.f tin.aa acaffiaa Pa,rt. ! ba
r.at.1 In Ijnnaa H:t. Tnmajar ttrainc.
.'nKar I. , !! lima k aaaxraO.
'l f:-ta'l of tha rommittaa art io
aitwl t ttanl T"ta rommit lm In
:4 Viaa Maria torn. MalaalSa.
rit. htrat ;atl. r;utr Unl. Ir
rer i vnjlnfir ao4 TamJor Holmaa.
.la.ina M-"arl. Ua Jarhn. Mrrlt
JI t'arl an.4 hataa jt in iborn.
a a a
Mr Mrs II. . Karlni will opaa
fhsir rearming horna at 44 K not t
trraa( fir a Ittrca '-rti.n lomrhl lo
t lr-fa ". of lha ttomn'i Aaoctatton
of lha r"irt l'rah trtan I'hurch. of
wnt. h r- t. K. M'ra la tha rrair
man. Tha etrla mrf tha rliairl't
of trvl&t ta baCwaa r:at i:avanta
,irt n.1 Ut Thirtjr-thir4 Nort.
fr irn I ramon: atfat Ij Kitltlran
li j! h. an I an lortiatlon ! atlan4'4 lo
ail woman of tha rhnrvh ltin la I Ma
tart of lha ntr an ! to atl tranra or
frtaa-ia tnc-ratat la 1:1a rBtinrh an4 to
all formr T"y tariana nl l a- -t:alr
lamMriatr I with anr rhurati.
whaa ltom ara wkfhn lhaaa ba ar
aar aa. l ronia a il on f'rldair araaiaa
a I t brtn wit i tham hubaa.
will ba ana of Informal antartainrnaal
an.t .KiMt.t. with the purpoaa of
l"in( a '.t 'aint4 with iHbf an I
w.t' thaa who antra in lha romtat
tnfrar of r-.iurt-h m ni romrwuaiejr. A
rntrmia; prajramma baa baaa pra.
taral br loral talart i!lKatr4 wltllo
tha tiMifla of tha ditr- an4 a moat
ltirf'4l aaaa of arl fallowtbtp
tn. Iri.a.Hal K antir-lpata-i.
a a a
ff nlrt t. Mil t rtol aa-1 rollaxa
f.; i lha .ln.a l ba ln br lha
r.n Ka ll-h a P'ri.iay. twrambar
i: at Via ant a Halt Thar bora to baa
a lara m'fr.n-m al Ihla atanra. aa It
ba tha laat bafnra lha hoi Ma jr a.
"t'na aarruaul of tha -i.4b la mata p
of t.ia totter aat. Tioaa la chare
of tha dan- a a 'rt far ara trm Jo no
,... iona Va'ian. Iarr Hawrt. Mar
rilt J.ihnanR. lol j ftarratt. ,rr-.iia rook.
JUana lUUirtiar an. AIrt tKcaa.
a a a
lt Atnvta.lt Bri.la fl-ih i attar.
faiR4 al tb borua vt Mlaa Mabalia
AN ATTRACTIVE BRIDE WHOSE
ILilntaa la( wak. Car4 bonora fl
la Mr. I'arha Miara. Tha att maal
nc will bw with Mra. lark Mra
a a a
Ta ttJlaa A4 iWialf of Mount
Tabor Mlho4it IJMaopal Churrh w ill
flit a orrar aa4 baaaar la lha rhorvh
lh at.nmtt. A laalura of lha araolna
witi ba a trral-roat aala. ijrpr will
ba aarta4 from la oclork.
a a a
.. I .a. ll.t.o r.r Nalua. H I
h la rt.lllrc bar father. iarm rila
Itoa. for tha boli var. har4 honor
i . . : v.r. ai.a.a.-M.a a aHrjtalaf
brtda.l.t. at lb rar4 party an-J taa
. . .. . ; . Ia !'.
ka m r . . . . . . r - . - -
tor will (omtllmatl tha vlatlor aa4
k brada .alavf wua a airnuar a . .
nr nrf Oraaroa
war rambiaad artiatlrallr ar4 4a-kal
taa room. Altar aaa au"awa
aviaa u uriu.'. i - - - . - -
In tabiaaw rafraahmaata war aarvad.
About a atoaaa ad-iitionai
aalartaiaa al taa.
Hoop Skirts Appr in Port
Und FKion Shop.
l.tllla rri r
rraaaa l4ala4 tttrr
Uaataa Ara ra
HWP kirtr Al tal lh bara r
Tlral In tar roldl. al ol4-fah-loaa4
hoop aklrta. aac-h a war worn
la lha arljr "4a. Juat yaalarJaf aom
f lha mot. annuo of ""
4aaclnc froaka arrlrad antl II la ru
mor4 thai la Juat a faw tfaya afiar
aooa an4 trt 4ra with boP
klrtr. ati.-b aa ara In oi In w
torh. will arfl at lb Tortlaod hor.
Th Hill rartr 4raaa that ar era
atlntt a atlr bar founJatlon of aofl
alls or alllt f aom dalntr color and
tha outar part of tha airaaa la of lulla.
h.1.1 out with llar hoopat and with
lull taaaa of allrar (lunar bar and
lhara. Tb rulaat lltlla poll bonnl
of ilr laca. tior flowr and lontt.
braatr ribbon atraamara down tha back
av rornpany th'a draaaaa
It la aaid that lh "mil La" with ina
anJ of th nnra mllntt and of ai
bow Irnttth an will arrlr. Thar ar
tartly ik Ihoa worn by lha maldi
of i. .
rorthrmor lh baatillful and ahowy
r)in;.lour ailka that ha bn r
t4 from tlm to tlm ar at lb
Portland atoraa. Th draaaaa of pom-pa-lour
a.'k hara Ion puffy panlara
flartnar atl at lh hi pa tlmo.t aa much
aa tha hoop.
Chi4 from modl from uuclla
Itdr IrurT tiordonl ro lon. and
drvaaaa of almpla dralatn. hara touchaai
of odd dlallnrtlon. rorrta of tha draaaaa
bar a ba.k of on aort of cloth and
lh ra.t of aa anllraly diffaranl aort.
faahlonad In almoat any mannar
lontt aa tbrr la a usratlon of a blt
and a w I.I aklrt.
In The Market
THK fraah frutl tnarkat la Ihla waak
nll'anrd by th arrival of rhubarh.
whlh wa ralaad at Han Ile lo
aJtontih lallora to th Panama Kspo
tliloa. Tha atalk. thouh rary lndr.
look ramarhably f ull-fWd: U crnta
a pound I akd for It.
A bandaorna cnltnmanl of i:mprr
crapa la hra from I Antra;. Thy
ara dark r4 In rotor and aom bunchaa
waftTk thr pound acn. Tha ralall
prw IIS rant a pound, and lh
am amount I aakad for aoma vary
Thaaa. with tha addition of aoma
Ooratchoa. which aro otTarad a two
pottttt rr II rani, ar about tha only
hta-ta of jrapaa at:. I lo ba had
riortda randi up a Baar auppty of
cutno,ul I th ahapo and appaarartr
of a arr amall lrnon. but th color
of an orartaTai. Thy aall for $ cam
o babat. and ar ronatdarad a vry
daatrabi Incradiaat la trull aalad. or
aa a praoarta.
rrom Florida atao com lha flrat of
that aunnr atat a oransaa. whl-h lo
lh aalimalloa of paopl who hut
llrad down thar ar uarqualarf:
and I rnt a Oico ar ak4 for
Va fix: oranaa al So ranta. na'
at caala and Hill Japaaa Block
tl ti rant a dotaa ar alao orTarad.
rtorldb r pa fruit at two and Ihra
for a quartar. California al ! for Si
rata and Umona at I aad S cant a
dotan rprot lha clirua fruit ob
lalnabU. Apptaa of many varlatlaa ran h had
from l lo Zi carta a dirn. and by lh
bo from II lo IL
tyemt nlca-lovkioat paara ar It cents
WEDDING WAS AN MtM ur
and lar Haauly Antrou 3 cento a
dotan. M a
franbarrla. IS rant a pound, ana
burklabarriaa half thai prlc.
l-omaatranataa and paraimmon. Ihra
for I rant: bananaa, -0 and U cenla
t hoira plnaapplaa. 1 cnt a pouoo.
araratilnc thra pound aach.
Ararado paara ar now cant ach.
tlroundcharrlaa. li rani a pound.
:tra fancy Italian rhcatnut. for
tlufltnc. rvnla a pound.
a a a
In tha riabl markt: ProcoH.
arlaty of raullflowar. at li and !
cent a haad: oylr plant, or raJalfy.
at I ranta a bunch, and Kranch car
rot. ary wat. al 10 canta a bunch,
ar lha nawaal arrlrala. Tha ftrt two
ar local, bul th carrot ar from Cal
ifornia. fancy ratary heart. U cnt a bunch,
and muahttoma, S cantr a baakrt.
t'aulinowar haada. boraaradiah rooia
and tlarroan rad cabba. It cnt ach.
hl poiatoao. ats pound for a
qutrttr: Iri.h, tl li and II .& a aack.
tPotatoa ar adrancintt.)
California haad laitur. t aro or IS
cant, and at r aro irlnla . bean. !t
cant a pound.
llothouaa curumbar. IS cant earn,
and tomato. IS cant a pound,
In lha flh markal: Tli adrance
uard of th Columbia Rlvar Chinook
aalmon ram Into th rlr on Wrdnaa
dar. and ar ratlin: at St crnta a
pound, i Owlnc to lh rl of tha watar.
owintt lo lh rain, tha numbar of flh
l a rat vary limltad. but tba run la
haadad In Ihla dlrartlon.
Th flrl of lh a' run of amalt I
atao In tha rlvar. and ar alo brlna:
tntt half a dollar a pound. Judging
by formr run, lha prica will drop lo
3 and 3 cnt a pound before long.
Mluritron la very ararce and aelllng
at !t ranta a pound.
llhaad aalmon. rock rod. eand
daba. rat Hah. mackrral and tomcod are
earh IS canta a pound.
Illack cod and halibut cheek", 1IH
rant: tmn amalt. aquld or Ink flah
and halibut. It rant a pound.
Shrimp maat. it rent, and hardshell
clam, a cent a pound.
Crab. IS. :t and Zi cent each. Salmon
egg. Bpacially prepared for trout bait.
:; cent a bottle.
In the poultry market milk-fed hen
re :t rent and other irood Block It
to 3t rent: prtntT broiler and roaat
r. JS and friar 30 cent a pound,
truck. It. and e. 17 cent; turkey,
30 rant a pound.
Guinea fowl. fl.St arh.
alerted fowl, cleaned and dreaaed.
rtquaba. carrier plaeona. St cent;
Carnox. tt cent each.
lleltTian harea. 30 cant a pound, from
St rents to fl.St each. Wild jack rab
bit. 3S cenla each.
Hultar. 3i and 4t canla a pound.
Th hlhet-priced ess are ti cants
a dotan; others. SS. St three day oldi;
guaranteed. 3S. 33 and 3t rent a doirn.
Local real chop. It cents; holllnc.
IS and slew 131 cent a pound.
Iocal pork chop. It cent: hams and
loin IS and shoulder 13 H cent a
In tha larger stores an attractive
demonstration of bran, wheat and rice
blarulta and awlebark I lo b met at
preaanl. A new beverage. "Minute
Brew." designed to supersede coffee,
may also b tested.
l.llll Aid lo th lloaaaatlfr.
NUT ovary housekeeper ran have a
vacuum cleaner nor oven perhaps
a carpal sweeper. Whan auch la the
caae th task of aweeplng can b
lightened. If soma of th easily swept
floor covering ara uard Instead of
heavy carpel. And If floor covering r
ar lo buy. It might b well to look
Into soma of the newer things.
Thar Is a pretty covering on lh
market now mad of granulated cork.
It cornea In regular carpet patterns,
la pllabl and haa much of lh effect
of carpet- Hot It la aa easily kept
clean as linoleum. It makea an ete
cially sanitary floor covering for th
liar I a little suggestion for th
home laundress. If you hava bad dif
ficulty la handling flannel in th
weahtub or the boiler because the
water la so hot It scalds lha band,
lift lha piece of cloth or flannal on a
stick and plac It on a clean towel.
Fold th towel quickly around It and
twist tightly. This will remove most
of the water and tha band will not
Thia la tha tlm of year when many
small articles, such aa rlass and little
ptns. whan dropped upon the floor, roll
down toe rtf later, or hot-air plpt.
Sometimes It Is very difficult to recover
them. Particularly Is this accident
liable lo happen If there are nH
children In lha home. By placing
Here, of fine wire netting auch aa l
uad for fly creen over the regltr.
aucb catastrophes will not happen.
Tha ecreena catch the artlclea that fall
Ihrouch th registers, and they can
easily b recovered.
A round refrigerator with revolving
shelves Is one of th new model In
refrigerators that makea for greater
convenience In putting away food and
getting It out when needed.
When sealing bottles of grapejulc.
chow chow and such preparation,
i.ka a number of atrands of stout
string and plar across tha top of tha
nr eeo.nlmrla Then drlV th
cork In firmly so that th piece of
string protruda each side. Th bottle
may then be aealed. When It I to be
opened, break the wa and pull the
enda of th airings on each aide of
tha bottle. Thia will brine tho cork
out without any difficulty.
Kirellent duter can be mad from
the llttl mops that aro old for wash
ing dlshe. They can ally b taken
free from dual, aro easily washed and
There Is considerable Improvement In
floor mops generalty. Kinds coma now
that can be easily removed from the
hand! for laundering and aa easily
slipped In again. Where they aro to be
used for oiling the floor, the oil feeds
In from th ton. a little oil being
placed In the top of th mop and pen
etrating thenre through, the mop
atrands. Soma ar so shaped, too. that
they can be used as dusters for pic
tures or plate rails.
When putting away whit dree
thia Fall. If they aro wrapped In dark
blue rambrle they will retain their
whiteness. This covering may be
made by dipping a sheet several times
In common blueing, allowing It to dry
thoroughly between each dipping. Blue
tissue paper wrapped around table
linen will keep It from discoloring.
By Mes F. A&lker.
Mrs. Rhla Redbreast.
MRS. ROBIX REDBREAST wa dla
couraged ever alnca they cam
north In tha early Spring;. Mr. Robin
Redbreast bad found fault with her.
First It was the place where the nest
waa to ba built. Robin told her they
could bava a neat In the applo tree or
In the old elm at tha end of tho lane,
and Mrs. Robin had aelected the apple
tree because she thought the apples
would be near at band when she was
on the nest, but after they were settled
Robin told her If they had gone to the
elm they would not have the sparrows
Poor Mrs. Redbreast ssld nothing,
hut she alghed a she put the children
to bed and wondered what had come
"These children should be taught to
fly." said Robin one morning. 'They
should b learning to And worm for
themselvea. If you were any sort of
a mother you would have begun some
-Why. Robin." replied his wife, "ther
ar only babies: they would bo aura to
fall off tha limb at the Drat try. I wit!
teach them In a short time, but they
are not strong enough yet."
Mrs. Redbreast hurried with her
work that morning and then ah put
tha children close together In the nest.
"Pon't you move." she told them. "I
am going to market to Ret something
nice for dinner."
"Give me the very tenderost worms
you have." aha said to the market man.
"and 1 want them fat. too."
Then Mr. Redbreast went home by
th way of the cherry tree and picked
a basket full of tha most delicious
cherries sh could And. "Then." she
said aa sh hurried home. "If this din
ner doetn't sweeten his tlmper noth
What did you brlngT asked the
little Redbreasts. "Can wa have
"You keep, quiet." said their mother,
"you ran have torn when dinner Is
ready and not before."
Mr. Redbreast arranged her dinner
and stood and admired the effect. "It
looks good enough to eat." she said.
"I do not see whera Robin can be."
Robin appeared at that minute and
looked around, hoping to ratch her
with the dinner unprepared. He had
eaten some crumb and grain he found
In the yard and wa not very hungry,
therefore ha felt In the mood to find
fault with the best dinner that could
Mrs. Redbreast watched him with
anxious eyes. "Are these not nice fat
worms?" she asked, after waiting a
th. yea. they are fat," answered Mr.
Robin, "but will you never learn that
the biggest are not always 'the best?
My mother used to select the beat
worms I ever ate. I wish you would
get to be Ilk her. but I do not suppose
you ever will."
"Why. Robin, you told me that you
liked the fattest worms I could find
the other dsy." said Mrs. Redbreast,
wiping away a tear that rolled down
her cheek; "you ssld the ones I had
last week were too lean, but I am sure
you wlU And the cherries nice." she
a-lded. without waiting for him to re
ply. "They are too ripe." said Robin,
hopping out to the end of the limb. "I
might Just aa well not come home to
dinner; there I never anything At to
Robin waited around a few minutes,
but hla wife did not answer him or
speak to him again, and she gave the
little Redbreasts their dinner and then
began to clear the table, and Robin,
seeing that there was no use trying- to
quarrel with her. Aew away.
It took Mrs. Robin all the rest of
the day lo accomplish what she aet out
to do. and w hen night came ahe had all
the little Redbreasts In a nest two
limbs above their own. and ahe told
them to go oalcep and not dare to
Then'Mr. Redbreast began to wateii
for Robin. Khe had not long to wait,
for ha flaw home early to gehla sup
per. Having had hla dinner early made
blm very hungry.
He threw his cap Into the nest and
looked about, but instead of tho nice
supper he bad expected to And the nest
waa empty, not only of food, but the
whole family were gone.
Robin hopped around on tho llmh.
looking behind the leave, and then he
looked on tho ground, for he thought
tha little ones must have fallen out
of the neat and their mother waa
watching over them, but no. they were
nowhere In eight. Robin waa hungry, aa
I have aald. and there was no supper,
and he aat on the edge of the empty
nest, looking very forlorn and reeling
Mrs. Ra-dbreaat. of course. waa
watching him. and when she thought
ho waa punished enough she flew down.
Robin was so glad to see her that he
forgot to ask her whera she had been.
He Aew right over beside her and
pecked her bill, which, of course, was
a kiss. "Where are the children?" he
asked: "I miss their chatter."
"Oh! I thought they were old enough
lo have a neat by themselves," said the
wla Mrs. Redhreaat. "and they are
asleep In the bough above. Now I must
set your supper. I am a llttl lata.
What will you have?"
"Anything you have." replied Robin.
-You need not fret about keeping me
waiting, for I am sure I waa a little
lat getting home."
Mr. Redbreaat did not reply, but she
prepared the nicest tipper she could
and they sat down to It.
"Vou certainly can make nice bis
cuits." id Robin, helping hlmaelf to
the third, "and aa for that dinner this
noon. I gues I waa not hungry. Mr
aloniach baa been a UtUa upset for a
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puffed affaire, atylea that are char- VakaaaT 1 al M jer -was-
acterlsed by a amart simplicity of
refinement. In a variety of beautiful T"i 1
S.o'rlf'.'tt'ii!"-Non'w? l5St neU 355 A Ider Street, Corner Park
Reduced to Original
Every Suit Reduced
Va to Vi Off.
Every one an exclusive model re
gardless of prices Suits of superb ,
beautv and exquisite tailorm. All
the new colors In fine imported
broadcloth, velvet s. whipcords.
French velours, etc. The seasons
latest and cleverest plain tailored
and novelty etyles.
Ctt y 111 A. bewildering array of every
ti hi r I 1 1 I SY J I iH imaginable new style in beaded and
JLi. Jl.JL.KJI i i KA,LLy embroidered Crepe Georgette,
Crepe de Chine, New Chantilly
355 Alder Street, Corner Park Las, combination and suit
few days, because I ate some cherries
before they were quite ripe."
"You must be more careful." was all
the reply that Mr. Redbreast made,
for she knew that was the best way.
Later, when Robin had settled down,
she started to go to tho children. "Don't
be gone long." said Robin. "I think af
ter all you had better bring them down
here and then you won't have to be
away bo much."
Mrs. Redbreaat flew up to the nest
The children were all right, but she
sat on the etdo of tho nest for a few
minutes waiting for what ahe knew
waa aura to come.
"Are you coming down pretty soon?"
called Robin, flying up to the next
And Mrs. Redbreast knew he had
won and that Robin had been brought
to realise hi fault, and for the rest of
the Summer there waa no more fault
finding. (Copyncht. iai. by the Mcflure News
paper Syndicate. New Torlc City.)
Mrs. Jobs Mr.aaara. "The Pollceaaaa
bo Kaye JMeaae."
A POLICEWOMAN Is no longer
looked upon as a curiosity, for
the step from social welfare worker
to a worker armed with the authority of
tha law is so short that practically
every cly of any ixe In the Nation
haa at least one such. Mrs. John Mc
Namara Is not different from other
women In that ahe la a policeman, but
in her methoda and her place of ac
tivity. A policewoman In a sleepy Eastern
village Is one thing. A "lady cop" In a
Western raining town is another. Mrs.
McNamara confine her energle to a
mining town of the old chool. where
the red light glow and reepect for law
and order la conspicuously lacking.
Tonapah. Nev, la the camp In which
Mra. McNamara la tho chief guardian
of the law.
She ia a woman of phyeique compared
to others of her sex. but by comparison
with the miners of her town her
prowess would be. of little moment. She
recognises the fact and Instead of at
tempting to accomplish much by force
she says "please" and the results are
By day ahe is a quiet, home-lovir.gr
housekeeper with a husband and a
happy family of children. At night she
wenda her way In and out tho doors
of the saloons and dance halls. She
meets the young boys in cafes and
saloons and without threats of arrest
..ii. . I. . n. ntilallv that she will
in irna . . ' m j
call at their homes within an hour
and asks them to -please' do tnrr.
With very few exceptions she finds
them when she arrives. She Is on
friendly term with the women of the
dance halls, which she visits on her of
ficial rounds, and It is to her that they
come when trouble is the greatest.
The very fact of her existence has made
tho town law-abiding.
The appointment of Mrs. McNamara
aa policewoman waa the result of a
. .ri.ri a better baby
women a .-iu" . , , . ;
campaign had been conducted u 1th
questionable success, iii t.....-....
the women interested In the movement
were safe in their homes. Those of the
other women could not be reached.
There are only two classes of women
Tea Garden Syrup Recipe Contest
The final awards in the recipe contest have been
made by Miss Rausch, of the domestic science de
partment of the University of Washington, and are
1st Prize, $75.00
To Mrs. George A. Clark, Molino, Or., R. F. D. No. 1.
2d Prize, $25.00
To Mrs. W. A. Hermann, 344 Fargo st, Portland, Or.
We thank every one submitting recipes for their interest taken in this
contest. So many really fine recipes were received that the testing and
judging them all by Miss Rausch was a task indeed, and one that has
been completed with fairness to all. We hope at a future date to com
pile a book of every recipe submitted and at that time we will be
pleased to mail a copy to every one entering the contest.
Pacific Coast Syrup Co.
in Tonapah the clubwomen and the
"others." The women began an In
vestigation and found that the chil
dren could only be helped by regulat
ing the selling of liquor, keeping the
boys and girls off of the streets and
supervising the dance halls.
The situation was put before the city
officials, who, with calm indifference,
declared that nothing could be done.
The County Commissioners, upon being
appealed to, suggested the appointment
of a woman police officer. Mrs. John
McNamara was chosen.
Tho first days of her occupation were
stormy ones. Her initial trip to a
dance hall was marked by threats of
violence open opposition and derision.
Her fearlessness won for her the re
spect of the men and women with
whom she came in contact, and as time
went on her daring won praise from
men who had only taunts for her in
Mrs. McNamara has now become more
than a representative of the law. She
Is a personal friend of every wrong
doer In the community. She is never
too busy to help when her help is
needed and her accomplishments in
evolving a law-abiding camp have been
brought about by her fluent use of the
word "please," which she says with a
smile on her lips and her finger
crooked about the trigger of a business-like
revolver in her coat pocket.
OREGON BIRDS DESCRIBED
W. A. Eliot Shows Pictures and Tells
of History of Conservation.
"Bird Life in Oregon" was the topic
of an interesting lantern-slide lecture
given last night by W. A. Eliot for the
Mazamas In room A of the Central
Library. Mr. Eliot discussed the found
ing of several bird protective societies
and particularly that of the Audubon,
the largest protective bird society in
the world. The Audubon Society was
organized In Louisiana, and la now
active in all Important cities.
"Oregon was a pioneer in bird preser-
......... mrA th. ftrKt reserves. In this
state 'were brought about with the
support OI W. Lf r iniey. v e mn on
abundance of beautiful feathered crea
tures In our state," said Mr. Eliot. The
pictures included almost every species
of Oregon birds.
$14,405 ASKED FOR FALL
Woman Declares She AVas Injured
by Planks Across Walks.
C J. Cook Company is made the de
fendant in a 114.405 damage suit which
was filed in the Circuit Court yester
day by Mary Walsh, 714 Glisan street.
in her complaint Mary Walsh de
clares that on September 20 she
stumbled over certain planks which
had been placed across the sidewalk
on the south side of Morrison street,
between Chapman and Twentieth
streets, by the C. J. Cook Company.
She declares that as a result of the
fall she was badly bruised and injured.
She says that her Injuries have thus
far cost her 283 In doctor's bills.
Cowlitz to Change Itegistratlon.
KELSO. Wash., Dec. 9. (Special.)
County Auditor B. . Olson has ar-
.-.ncror fnr the new registration books
which will be used by Cowlitz County
under the new quadrennial registra
tion law. which goes into effect tho
first of the year. The County Com
missioners in session at Kalama yes
terday also made arrangements for
the appointment of clerks in the out
lying districts of the county. Under
the new law the citizens of both the
country and city precincts will have to
be registered every four years. If they
fail to vote at a regular election their
registration automatically cancels and
they must re-register.
Rudvard Klpllnir has found that shopkeep
ers. Instead of cashing his smaller checks,
sell the autographs to curiosity seekers, al
ways for more, often much more, than the
face value of the check.
Two Hours a Day Sawing Wood
Will Keep Liver and
You Who Take Exercise in an
Easy Chair Must Take
Knjoy life feel bully! Pon't stay
sick, bilious, headachy, constilpated. Re
move the liver ana oowej poisun wun-u
is keeping your head dizzy, your tongue
coated, your breath offensive, stomach
sour and your body full of cold. Why
don't you get a 10 or 25-cent box of
Cascarets at the drug store and enjoy
the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel
cleansing you ever experienced? Cas
carets work while you sleep. You will
wake up feeling fit and fine. Children
need thia sandy cathartic, too. Adv.