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THE MORNING OREGOXIAX, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 191S.
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vent of premier Importance In TALENTED MATRON WHO WILL PABTICIPATE IX PROGRAMME
.-: 1 circle today Is the annual
Valentine tea of the Visiting Nurse i
, . Association, which will attract hun-i
- ffretle of women and many men to Ihel
ridniri or Mr. Helen Ladd Corbeit
who la not only giving the us of her
" homo for Ihl occasion, but also con
trtbutlnc to the association ail the re
freshment and many other detail.
; The fxodstuf r. however, while varied
and delirious strictly conform to the
liovernment regulation, even to the
: i4bstttutlon of honev fur sugar. The
- tea will be from 3 until o'clock, and
. during the boars an Interesting musical
programme will be given, arranged by
lr. Thoma Carrlrk Burke.
The soloist will be the young Dutch
baritone. r'rlt Ia Kruln. He Is
- native or Amsterdam, and hie appear-
mn-m today Is of additional intere
owing to the fact that he was former
- lv In the lutrh navy and Is now doin
patriotic duty as the head of one of th
departments In a shipbuilding plant I
- this city. Mr. be Bruin will sing Th
Ilanjo Soft" i Homer). "Keuulem
Momrrl. "La Maison Urls" (Mrtsa
ger and "Invlctus" (lfuhni. Hts piano
( accompaniment will bo Miss May Va
In addition to this artistic attraction
there will be tables laden with assorted
, war candies, and prominent matron
nd maid will assist In th affair. The
board of directors of the association
, Will assist Mr, t'ornett In receiving he
guests. Although Invitations have be
riienl'fl to more than lee persons,
all who hare not received them are
Invited to attend and aid In the splen
uiu wora or the organisation.
Two events of a patriotic nature are
- en th calendar for this evening, the
; firt and most Important being th
annual formal ball of the Al Kade
Temple for member of the Phrin
only. Thl will be given at the Mult.
nomah Hotel and the Al Kader band.
assisted by the chanters. Mrs. Krd U
Olson, soloist, win give a concert for
an hour preceding the bail In the lobby
or trie botei. The romert win com
mnce promptly at t o'clock. A. B.
ott halk is manager of th bsnd,
; and t rank Lura th director. They
. will give the following programme:
, "J'tar and Mrlpes." march (Seuna)
"II tJuarny.'" overture i;omeii; "In
vitatioei a la Val" IWibtri: selec
lion. .wartime Komber : patriotic
meaiey. -i nited V rtand ills veil
grand finale. 'Star-Spanaled Banner.'
sting by Mr, ol.on and Al Kader
chanters, with band accompaniment.
Tnis ball will be a very large affair.
both the ballroom and assembly hall
being reserved for th occasion, with
. tn connecting tea gardens for punch.
. , o tnvitathma have Keen Issued, but
: th members of th Shrine will b ad-
mltted by showing their cards. Alt
visiting Shrtnrra also a re cordially in-
vuea 10 aurnci.
t In Importance In) a patriotic
: manner come the O. K. S. Came 1 1
- Chapter. Caniell Sce lal Club benefit
rard party, which will be
j bld at th Masonic Temple tonight.
nis atratr is for memoers of the o.
1- y. and their friends.
The dancing programme will be In
terspersed with vocal solos be Mr.
Mtrtl Alice Johnson, a talented so
prano, who has recently returned from
a sojourn In the Ka.-t. Miss Gladys
itoMstauh. an especially clever young
-. dancer of this city, will entertain with
everal sthef,o dances.
Th commute on arrangement con-
l"t of Mrs. L M. Green, chairman:
- fr- W. It. Henrl'V. Mrs. ft. Finch.
lr.. !. y. riodlus. Mrs. Theodore G.
..William. Miss Laura Brophv. Mr.
Oliver S. Cutter, worthy matron of
. amelia Chapter. . f:. S.. and Mrs.
J.Tbav'er llrcd. president of Camclla
The patrons and potronesse are:
Mr. W . ri :n. Mrs. A. It. Praper. yr.
T.. K PTri-ewv Mrs Ju;ian Aill. Ir. lir
. Il-nton. Mies Al 1 1 m y. ( r f ar t I
. V run. M-a It h. Venn. Mr William
Vrherto. Mrs. W. II. Ilrevlen. Mr. W. f.
K r.ml. lrm. '. K See-io. Mr. Jarta Kee'er.
Mr. It 1. h--ph-.l. Mr Art.lrew ftusc. Mrw.
J A. W iihinon. Mr. and Mra. r. t. mf.
be:.. Mr. L. J Mn'oneell. Jlra Albert Oilers.
Mrs. Johnson is a lyric pramt.
-" and she will bo accompanied by Mis
The popular sopranlst very recently
yetjme from an esienlve itinerary
. n roach the Ki.i'm states, where rhe
Z arpeared In Chautauqua and lyceum
roirs. and where her work won many
commends! tons and reiuests for re
. turn engagements. Portland music
. Jovera familiar with h-r ability will
welcome th opportunity to bear ber
, Another benefit dance and card party
fc i p k n into ening oy ine auall
larr to Balterlea A and R. ttTth Field
-Artillery, at Myrtle I-ark Hall, on the
Mount jicott carllne .tl soldiers In
uniform will he admitted free. tcry
a Interested la tnvit'd.
Me. and Mrs. John P. Shea and
charming daughter. Ml Ivelou. left
jeaterdav for a month's soourn In
cronado. Where they will visit with
t.icir on r'rank. She.
Mrs. Ifarrr Wrlsht iMsrlnn Mor
gsai. of .Seattle, i spending a few
lays In th's city visiting ber father.
M . L Morgan.
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Mr and Mrs. Sidney '.asewrtl (5adie
Tanfield'. who ha v e been living in the
.- o. have come to Tortland to
- mak their horn and are at present
at the horn of Mr and Mrs. XI. C.
llanfteld. on rortlanj Heights.
TONIGHT FOR CAM ELI A CHAPTER, O. E, S BENEFIT DANCE.
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asicoivTsre'. su vvle
High School graduating class of 11.
and their wedding is tb result of a
romanc commencing during their
school days. They will reside here.
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Mra. W. E. Flnier will leave today
for an extended visit In American Lak
nd Tacoma. Sh will be with her hus
band. Major f'inxer. at American ljike
and while in Tacoma will visit friends.
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Mrs. John McCraken and son. Robert
n. McCraken. re domiciled In apart
ment at tli Multnomah Hotel for a
few week. Mr. McCraken has Just
returned from a visit with her rela-
Ivra In Tacoma and plana shortly to
Another event of Interest to th
dance. loving contingent is the party to
he given at Murlark Hall by the Mult
row flub, th personnel of which In
juries members of the Multnomah Club
nd the I'ortland Rowing, Club.
Mr. A. C. Holme and Mrs. J. C. F.n-
lish were hostesses at th I.aurelhurst
ubhouse on the afternoon of Tuesday.
the occasion being the meeting of the
I-aurclhurpl Ladies' Afternoon Card
lub. Five hundred and bridge we
played and th prises were taken by
Mrs. tl. N. Ultleton and Mrs. Thomas
Mountain In "iaa and In bridge by
Mrs. Frances N. Clark and Mrs. J. M
loiter. On Friday evening members
f the club will enjoy their annual mas-
uerade ball at Cotillion Hall. Mem
ber will please remember to bring
their cards or they may have trouble
In gaining admittance, for without a
card It will be necessary fur those
onsupplled to unmask at the door In
order to he Identified.
Nest Tuesday evening the drill team.
Captain I.c M. Clark, commander, will
hav chars of th evenings pro
gramme, during which the new service
flag will be dedicated with appropriate
service. Member are Invited to at
tend during this evening and help to
make the affair a memorable on. Fifty
two names are already enrolled and
later mor undoubtedly will b added
to lb roll of honor.
Mr, ftigmvnd Ponnenbrg. of an
Franclero. la visiting her mother. Mrs.
Louis Salomon. T2 Lnvejoy street.
By Edith Knight Holmes
On of the most charming dancing
fame of th season was given at
Jlarlosr-tirady Hall Friday bv a group
f trie aih-d-bntnt set. Inet Fair.
MM. Audrey Cclltna. Beatrice Hr
eansow and Ruth I'tehl. One hundred
b4 fifty Invitations were accrued.
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KLAMITH FALI-t. Or. Feb 11
rctal Th wedding Monday of
5Ii Hurtena Hogue. well-known
dsurhter of Mr and Mr C. C Hogue.
of tnis ritv. to Anton tviivka. of near
inie CUT. came as a great surprise o
their many friends here. The wedding
ceremony was performed at th home
'f County Judce Marion Hanks here,
bv Judce Hank The happy couple
'f member ft the Klimlh I1T1 1 r
BEST WAY TO WASH THE
AVe find Ton can krinf out the ImiuIv
rf your hair to It very best advan
tage by washing It with Canthrox. It
snakes a very simpt. Inexpensive sham
I-oo. which clranjes the hair and scalp
Iborooshly of all th dandruff, dirt
end aacesa oil. leaving a wonderfully
ctean. wholesome fcei.ng. After Its
you will fired that the hair dries
ejulrkly and evcnlv. Is never streaked
in appearanc and la alwas bncht.
soft and fluff? : so fluffy. In fact.
tiat It looks moe abuniiant than It Is
Tnd so soft t-. arranting It becomes
a pleasure. uit use a teaspoon ful of
anthrox. which yoa can get from any
good druggist, dissolve It lu a cup of
hot water, tnis makes a fall cup of
ahampc-a liquid, enough so It Is easy
n apply It to all the hair. Instead, cf
J .xl. lia tug Ue bea 4. ;
housewives' campaign there
b a larg number of meetings
today, with talk and demonstrations
telling all who wish to attend how to
make the modern war bread and how
to save white flour and fata. Following
I a schedule for the meeting today
and the may b attended by anyone
interested. They are neighborhood af
fair for all housewives and cooks.
Here are the meetings and the lead
ers: !Wf. M . hem of Mrs. L. F. Thrtn;
S P Xt . tier-lea, Hum Hel Creae: li JO K
M . Rose fur Park Church. Mrs. I. B. Me -ell:
z so P M . M"tne -t-
Mrs Thomas ti. ;reene: 2 SO P. M.. TVeod
mere fsren.Trher. Mr. W. M Abel; 1 t.
M.. Kentnn Clubhnuee Red CroM. Mra
lliirif Nicolal. S a. P M. dlnton-Keltv
S-'beul KeU Croee. Mr. Freak NirholH. 4 P
M.. t our .-hewl. Mrs. ". M. Blttmauer: Red
I'r line liruul al home ef airs, tleorse L- U III
Urn Mra K. B. Heath: Auvlllary ef Army
sad Navy Leacue. Mrs. N M. Lasrl.r: P.
I'ouc-b Schoet. Mrw. W. (4. Klrkpalrick:
Pt. Derld's Psrleh. Mrs. J. II. ;raham and
Mr, a. tx Holllfer. Jr.: 3 P. M . -annyuloe
c'eocregalional t'hurrh. Mrs. K. C. Uunnlng
S P. M.. Beaumont haol. Mr. K. Cbarles:
I Id P. M.. Capitol Mill School. Mr. Kdgar
Stevens: 1PM. Peninsula lub. Mr, li. K
ral: S P. M . St. Mark s Parish. Mrs. V. B
tlutrhlneo : - So P. M-. FemwooO School.
Mrs. ueorse J. Perkins: 2 P. M . moniallla
s. beol. Mr. . H Zecbula: 1 A. M.. Ar
let Ikhoel. lrs J. J. Raoer: S P. M.. Sun
ev.wle acheot Hel 4'roee. lr. YV. K. Gray
1 P. M.. Inrs School Red roa. Mrs. otto
Kalskr: I JO A. M . trl atedenta of Jeff-Tee
tllsh. Mrs. K. C. Mlcnener: 14i P
M.. lil'l etodente of Franklin Hish. Mrs. F.
E. Orte.br . Shaver School. Mr E. P. Fos
ter: meete t reetilence of Mr P. B. Keily:
Kerns Red rm I'nll meets St residence of
Mr, w M. Davis: - P. M . Peninsula Red
Croaa. Mrs. Will'r Hopkins.
Fast Woodstock Auxiliary meets
every Tuesday In Woodstock cVhool.
Mrs. 9. J. Cochrun la chairman. A
"snipping party" waa a recent plan
for work and a social hour.
Klllotl Prairie Red Cross Auxiliary.
pX jYooubuxji. wtucb raccu a Zbura
days, has as Its chairman Mrs. T. F.
Patterson. There are only 11 members,
but they have finished 24 bed shlrta and
have Interested several friends In knit
ting. The school children are plan
ning to give a programme on February
22 for the benefit of the Red Cross,
e e a
Mrs. G. W. Stapleton Is chairman of
the Uresham Red Cross Auxiliary,
which meets Mondays and Fridays. The
women have made 67 articles and do
nated more than 200 others. They have
turned In 1267.75 In cash, the result of
an auction sale and tag day. And here
Is a good Idea: Kvery month these
workers have a ""snipping party." at
which they fill pillows, have some mu
sic and a social time. Last meeting
they filled JS pillows.
Th Banner Auxiliary, of Garden
Home, haa IIS members and in this
group there are several earnest work
ers who knit and sew for the Red Cro;-.
Among the artlclea flnihed are uotej
12 arm slings, 21 suits pajamas, three
doxen shoulder wraps, three rioxen
bandages, eight doxen bed shirts, ft
pair socks. 12 pair wristlets. 21 sweat-
rrs. two scarfs, four helmets; donated.
22 fracture pillows, 27 convalescent
sox. 156 pieces old linen. doxen
substitute handkerchiefs, eight doxen
napklna and other articles. At social
affairs money Is made for the cause.
Recently S40 was turned in at Portland
headquarters. The Garden Home meet
ings are delightful community affairs.
Th Porcas Society of Kllpatrlc Col
Una tract, which meets every Thursday,
Is a live organisation. Mrs. M. F. Hard
wick Is chairman. Since Christmas the
society has made 12 pajama suits, three
pairs of bed socks, 48 bed shirts. 2
convalescent coats, 84 arm slings, so
body bands, knitted four pairs of sox.
one sweater and other articles,
Relative and friends of Field Hospi
tal 3S4 will meet with Mrs. W. F. Hum
mel. 249 Grant street, near Broadway,
this afternoon. "Bring your knitting."
Is the invitation.
Sumner Relief Corps will meet for
Red Cross work. Courthouse, today
from 10 to 4 o'clock. A large amount
of work must be done. Thou who at
tend will take tbeir lunches.
Highland Parent -Teacher Association
Red Cross unit will meet Friday In the
school sewing-room from 10 to 4
o'clock. Jn compliance with the re
quest of the Food Administration the
circle will hear a lecture by Mrs. J. W.
Fowler, who will speak on "The Con
servation of Fata."
Following are suggestions for con
servation of fats:
To clarify Heat any sweet drippings
with botling water, stirring constantly.
When the fat and water has boiled
freely, set aside to cooL Remove cold
fat and again beat to drive out all
If very rancid, add one cup of sour
milk to two pounds of fat. Heat slowly,
stir and strain.
Soap Fats lo not mnke snan in the
home at this time. A pound of fat,
rancid, burned or otherwise unfit for
cooking, can be exchanged at any gro
cery store for a 10-ounce cake of brown
laundry soap or an eight-ounce cake of
white laundry soap.
Food value of fats Give heat and
energy. Build fatty tissue. A diet rich
In fat Is always very slow in being
digested. Vltamines "'growth deter
minants" are found In fat of milk, eggs,
suet and salad plants. It is probable
that other animal fats and vegetable
oils lack these "growth determinants."
Little' Helen Webster, of Alpine, Or,
is an enthusiastic "war winner." In
stead of buying candy Helen Is invest
ing in war stamps.
Recently when Mrs. Jennie 31. Kemp
was in Alpine conducting meetings un
der the Government Food Administra
tion she visited at the home of Mrs.
Webster, who is a widow and who
takes care of her family by keeping
boarders. Little Helen is popular with
the guests and quite frequently Is the
recipient of pennies and nickels, which
.he formerly invested in candy; now
You Can Save 20 to 40 Cents a Day
You can now, therefore, afford to buy one of these three Greenberg Music Co., Kansas,
Liquidation and Inventory Sale Specials.
The Best Savings Banks for the Home
CALENDAR FOR TODAY.
Company F Auxiliary. Engi
neers. Railway Multnomah Ho
Alberta Woman's Club With
Mrs. M. Gabel. this afternoon.
Fulton Army and Navy League
With Mrs. Thomas Meeklns.
Kendall Auxiliary Fir Grove
Cotttge. near Battln School, 10
Current Literature Department
Woman's Club With Mrs. M. C.
Ranfield. Portland Heights, 1
New- Vnit First Presbyterian
Church Meet at.l P. M.
Portland Psychology Club Li
brary. 2 P. M.
Eliot Parent-Teacher Associa
tion Miss Henrietta Falling to
speak. 3:15 P. M.
Good Literature Council Li
brary. 2:30 P. M.
Oc-klev Green. 2:20; Shaver, 2:30;
Woodmere. 2:30; Hudson. 2:30;
Fernwood. 2:30; Glencoe Red
Cross. 1 P. M.
Housewives' Lectures See
schedule for various neighbor
Auxiliary to Field Hospital 364
With Mrs. W. F. Hummel.
Benefit Dance for Batteries A
and B Myrtle Park Hall. Mount
20 Cents J L a '
a Day IVVifVT
Thl 1 V and Pay
Piano to 3" for Thl
1 oar Plana
IluKie -a. Monthly.
. ( is J -e-aj--A.ijta.ia.;
' I ji u'f'L"
t.; yyi; --.-. -.. , I
17 Cents tJ
a Day I L-.y
Sends 1" 4- h-J
Thl y- X j J and Pay
Piano to Sc for Thl
1 oar Piano
S375 iniT MODEL $262
SS.0O Cash, SB.OO Monthly. Kqnal
20e a Day.
S425 MODEL S290
$8.00 Cash. SH.OO Monthly. Equal
2"e a Day.
8650 1917 MODEL S4S7
S1S.SO Cash, X12.SO Monthly, Eqnala
4ue a Day.
(J ! 41 fff was the price paid for a good new piano by our parents or grandparents after the Civil War.
tDVJUU IU tPlUUu Prices on pianos are going up bv leans and bounds now some local piano stores have already
raised prices $50 to $150.
Will you wait until you need pay 2600 to $1000 for your piano
the money goes for thrift stamps. Mrs.
Kemp, after- Helen had ssid that she
wanted to be a "war winner," told her
that when she saved enough pennies
to buy her first stamp she would send
her enough to buy the second, which
she did, only she sent more than enough
for one stamp.
Auxiliary to Company F. Eighteenth
Engineers. Railway, will meet tonight
In Multnomah HoteL
A business meeting will be held at
:Z0 o'clock today for members of the
uxiliary of Company B. 116th Engi
neers. The meeting place is tne J-.IP-man-Wolfe
Mrs. M. Dean, chairman of the Red
Cross work for the Portland Woman's
Research Club, was ill and unable to
attend the meeting yesterday, and the
club membership sent her a bouquet
of Spring blossoms.
MULTNOMAH CHAPTER, Daughters
of the American Revolution, has
issued the new year book, an attractive
little volume, well arranged and giving
promiHe of som interesting meetings.
For Friday, February 22, there is
planned a reception at the home of Mrs.
Walter F. Burrell. 838 Hawthorne ave
nue. The assisting hostesses wilt be
Mrs. Isaac I.e Patterson, Mrs. Mary
Barlow Wilkin. Mrs. John A. Keating
nd Mrs. James N. Davis. The music
for the occasion will be contributed by
Messrs. Joffry, Conrad and Pelx.
For the March meeting Mrs. John H.
Hall. 8ff5 Lovejoy Btreet. will be hostess,
assisted by Mrs. J. V". Beach, Mrs. H. F.
Kendall, Mrs. Burrell and Mrs. R. S.
Farrell. Music will be a feature.
On April 24 the chapter will meet
with Mrs. Charles E. Wolverton and
assisting her in dispensing the hospi
talities will be Mrs. George M. Reed.
Mrs. Charles Gauld. Mrs. James F. Fail
ing and Mrs. Anna Flint Hunt. Dr. J. H.
Boyd will make the address.
Mrs. John A. Keating, regent, will
entertain the chapter in May and with
her as hostesses will be Mrs. Clara O.
Summers. Mrs. E. Leese Moses. Mrs. S.
K. Owens and Mrs. A. L. Pease. Mrs.
Mabel Holmes Parsons will give the
in Flag day. the 141st anniversary1
HOME, THEN S0,
Tour used piano, organ, talking machine or your city lot taken as
first cash payment, and you begin your monthly payment the follow
ing month. We sell at -5 lower than local market cash prices, whether you pay balance in cash or on eapy monthly
Installments of $ or more monthlv. WE WILL SEND VOI A (iOOU, SEW TAI.KIXi MACHINE FOR VOI R ISKD
H;A OR UltlARE PIANO. WE WILL SEND VOL A SPLENDID NEW TALKIXU MACHINE. FOR VOIR ISKD IP
KIUHT PIANO. Call, bring or mail us full description of the Instrument you have to trade.
Read, ntudy and compare our quality, price and terms as adver
tised and yoa wilt learn why we have hundred of mail-order buyer.
Your bov or girl working can save 20e daily, and secure a musical education now.
Ol'T-OF-TOWN BllERS WE PREPAY AND MAKE FREE DELIVERY OF PIANO TO VOIR HOME within 300
miles, and the piano will be shipped subject to exchange within one year, we allowing the full amount paid. This vir
tually gives you a' one-year trial of the piano you order.
Everv niano or Dlaver Dlano purchased carries with It tne senwan nano io. guarantee or sausiacrion. as also tne
usual guarantee from each manufacturer of these new musical instruments. Open Monday, Wednesday and Saturday
evenings during tnis Bate.
111 Fourth Street
tttZ IN RECORDS IM'RCHASED DELIVERS A S.10. S45 OR JW5 TALKINCS MACHINE
U J 75? AND SI WEEKLY PAIS FOR IT. CALL AND INSPECT OIR CHOICE INSTRUMENTS,
Til C 1 - TV a a. Your used piano, organ, talking machine or y
JT UIHJ U.vdlJ.llgC JUCptirLIIlCIlL first cash payment, and you begin your monthly payment the follow-
Order Your Piano by Mail
Schwan Piano Co.
31 ANY MILLIONS
of the flag. June 14. the chapter will
meet at Oswego with Mrs. O. M. Ash
and will have as hostesses assisting
Mrs. W. H. Chapin, Mrs. G. H. Pettin
ger. Mrs. H. H. Parker and Mrs. J. B.
Comstock. On July 4 they will dedi
cate the marker at Rhododendron Inn
and with all these afTairs they will not
forget to do a vast amount of patriotic
work. In fact, the chapter is busy ail
the time, taking a lead in all patriotic
work, living up to the ideals and prin
ciples on which if is founded.
Miss Henrietta Failing will give an
Illustrated lecture on Rheims Cathedral
for the Eliot Parent-Teacher Associa
tion at their regular meeting today at
3:15 P. M. Music by Mrs. Cooverfs pu
pils and a dramatixation of Robin Hood
by Mrs. Esther Kane's room are other
features of the programme. All are
The regular meeting of Ockley Green
Parent-Teacher Club will be held at
2:30 P. M. today.
Instead of holding a housewives'
meeting today at Montavilla, the meet
ing will be Friday.
In order to do her part on the year's
programme of the Woman's State Press
Club. Mrs. Nathan Harris invited the
members and friends to spend the
evening at her home, at 729 Glisan
street. A delightful time was passed
in listening to a one-act play by Mrs.
Harris. Mrs. Albert M. Brown's ren
dition was fine. Many pleasing com
ments were made on the play. Mrs.
Frank Taylor led in the Kinging of
"God Bless Our Boys." accompanied by
Mrs. Carlyn De Witt Joslyn. Mrs.
Joslyn sang and played her own com
positions. "A Lullaby," "Our Flag,"
words by Mrs. Nora Armstrong, and
"Our Boys," words bv Mrs. Harris. Re
freshments were served.
The Alberta Woman's Improvement
Club will meet this afternoon at 1
o'clock at the home of Mrs. Mary Gabel.
1099 East Sixteenth street North. All
members interested in the plan of mak
ing economy quilts and rugs are urged
The Gearhart Club of the T. W. C.
A. will hold its regular monthly meet
ing tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock in
the Gearhart Club room on the sixth
floor of the Y. W. C A. The evening
If you want plenty of thick, beautiful.
glossy, silky hair, do by all means get
rid of dandruff, for It will starve your
balr and ruin It If you don't.
It doesn't do much good to try to
brush or wash It out. Th only su r
way to get rid of dandruff la to dissolve
It. then you destroy it entirely. To do
this, get about four ounces of ordinary
liquid arvon; apply It at night when
retiring; usa enough to moisten th
scalp and rub it In gently with th fin
By morning most. If not all, of your
dandruff will be gone, and three or
four mor applications will completely
dlssolv and entirely destroy overy sin
gle sign and traco of it.
You will find. too. that all Itching
and digging of the scalp will stop, and
your balr will look and feel a hundred
times better. Tou can get liquid arvon
at any drug tore. It is inexpensive
and four ounces Is all you will need.
no matter how much dandruff you have.
Xu simple, raacux acvcc jAiia. A4v.
; V Vf HOME-PROVISIONING .
V t You'll appreciate its significance when V
(mumS'i- ' ' vou see interesting film.
R k "MODERN FOOD )
J jSfS' at the STRAND Theater Thursday. j
Friday and Saturday. See also JJ
N Gladys Brockwell
" bhould See fll ij'&SW
"MODERN FOOD Hki?
CONSERVATION" : utV
It's a. victory in conservation of jflf Yv (m p kj
food and a. strong appeal for loy- M If Ivfl fj"
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will be spent In making curtains and
cushions for the new clubroom, during
which time an informal humorous pro
gramme will be given. All members of
the club and any who have visited the
Y. W. C. A. cottages at Gearhart are
invited to be present.
Public Market Prices.
Maximum prices for best quality of
produce in Yamhill-street Public Mar
ket today will be as follows:
Turnips, 2 cents per pound.
Cabbage, 3a cents per pound.
Carrots. 2 cents per pound.
Parsnips, 2 cents per pound.
Potatoes, 18 pounds for 25 cents;
seven pounds for 10 cents.
Bunch vegetables, 5 cents per bunch.
Sjiinach, 7 cents per pound.
Onions. 3 cents per pound; nine
pounds for 25 cents.
Eggs. 47 cents per dozen.
Poultry, 34 cents per pound.
Beans, white. 13 cents per pound;
two pounds for 25 cents.
Beans, colored, 12 cents per pound.
Milk, 12 cents per quart.
Cream, table, 13 cents per one-half
pint; whipping, 15 cents per one-half
Butter, 53 cents per pound.
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Kraut, 10 cents per quart.
Honey, 35 cents per pint; 65 cents per
Prunes, 13 cents per pound; two
pounds for 25 cents.
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