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TTTE SUXDAT OREGOXTAN. PORTXANO, MAY 21, 191fi.
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June 3, for an extended visit in the
Kast. The giris will be entertained in
Minneapolis and St Paul and also will
visit in "Washington, T. C. Upon the
recent visit of Miss Teal to Minne
apolis, the latter part of the "Winter,
she was in demand for the smartest
social functions in the Twin cities, and
was frequently honor guest for af
fairb given by prominent folk. Miss
Rumelin. who also is one of the very
populaf belles of this city, as well as
""' of the most attractive, will share
Miss Teal's popularity in the Eastern
Miss Antoinette Hears presided at
one of the prettiest luncheons of the
week at the University Club on Tues
day, her guests including a number of
the -debutante set. Garden flowers in
artistic coloring decked the table,
around which were seated Mrs. Hazel
B. Utt. Misses Genevieve Brooke, Ruth
Teal, Patsey Stewart, Helen Ladd,
Ilhoda Rumelin and the hostess.
Quite the most interesting event ol
the week was the announcement of
the engagement of Miss Olive A. Fail
ing, daughter of Mrs. Edward Failing,
to Simeon Reed Winch. The news was
told most informally by the bride-elect
to her long list of relatives early in
the week, and later to her numerous
friends, the bridegroom-elect making
the news known in a similar fashion.
This engagement is of more than
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passing interest, inasmuch as the wed
ding will connect many large and
prominent families of Oreyon, as both
the Failing and Winch families have
countless brancnes of relatives in Ore
son, particularly In and around Port
land. Miss Failing is of the Edward Falling
branch, her late father being one of
the pioneers of Oregon. She has a
number of sisters, all of whom make
their home in Oregon, with the excep
tion of Mrs. Horatio Smith (Ernestine
Failing), who is the wife of ne of
the faculty of Johns Hopkins Institute,
in Baltimore, where they reside. Other
sisters are Mrs. E. H. Shepard (Klsie
Failing), of Hood Riverf Mrs. Henry
Ritz (Katherine Failing), also ot Hood
River; Mrs. Herman Burpee, Mrs. John
Latta, S'iss Rhoda Failing, now study
ing in iJew York, and Miss Henrietta
H. Failing, all of Portland, and one
brother, Henry Robertson Failing.
Miss Failing is popular socially and
devotes a great deal of time to social
service work, in which line she is es
pecially interested. She is a graduate
of Portland Academy, later finishing
at St. Margaret's School, in Waterbury,
Conn. She is a devotee of tennis and
golf and is a member of the golf and
Mr. Winch is a son of the late
Martin Winch and Mrs. Winch, and a
nephew of Mrs. Simeon Reed, who
endowed Reed College. He is a
graduate of the Princeton class of 1911,
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and later studied law at Harvard. Since
the death of his "father, Mr. Winch has
been manager of the Martin Winch
Estate, whose hold-ings and interests
are extensive. He. like his bride-to-be.
is popular socially, and a member of
leading clubs. The Winch and Reed
families also are among the notable
and representative families of Oregon.
Miss Failing and Mr. Winch will be
extensively feted during their pre
nuptial days. As yet, they have made
no del mite plans for the wedding.
Mrs. Louis H. Tarpley entertained
yesterday afternoon at her attractive
home in Melinda avenue with an in
formal bridge party. Four tables were
arranged in the drawing-room for
cards, and at tea time a few additional
guests called. Garden flowers In ar
tistic array were used about the rooms.
Miss El'lo Mills and her fiance, Rog
ers MacVeagh, were the honor-guests
for the pretty dinner presided over last
night by Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Hall.
It was a very informal affair, covers
being placed for eight.
Portland folk will be interested In
the announcement that Mrs. Richard
Ivunn and son, Richard. Jr.. have gone
to Warwick. England, to join Er. Nunn
for a few days. rr. Nunn has a com
mission in the Royal Army Medical
Corps and is stationed in Warwick.
After a short visit with Dr. Nunn, Mrs.
Nunn and son will go to Dublin to
visit Mra. Nunn'i sister-in-law indefi
nitely. m m m
Mr. and Mrs. William Hurd Lines
left Wednesday for a brief sojourn in
Chicago. Later Mr. and Mrs. Lines will
go to New York to visit friends and
relatives, expecting to return to Port
land in a month.
Mr. and Mrs. James K Davidson also
left Wednesday for New York, the
former on . business. Mrs. Davidson
plans to visit relatives in Michigan
after a few days in Chicago, and Mr.
Davidson will Join her there, upon the
completion of business deals in New
York. They Also will return to Port
land about the middle of June.
Mr. and Mrs. Thodore B. Wilcox and
Miss Wilcox will attend the graduation
of Theodore, Jr., from Hotchklss School,
in Connecticut. The family plans to
return to Portland the latter part of
Miss Rhoda Rumelin presided at a
charming . informal luncheon Wednes
day at the Waverley Country Club, fol
lowing a game of golf.
Mrs. W. K. Slater entertained delight
fully in honor of her sister. Miss Sadie
Banfleld, a popular bride-elect, on Sat
urday with a kit hen shower. The
Slater residence ofi Portland Heights,
was aglow with brilliant red tulips and
clusters of dogwood blossoms. Dainty
place cards marked covers for 16. the
table being adorned with a bowl of
Spring flowers, tied with, lavender tulle
bows. Little Josephine Slater, in a
dainty lingerie dress, received the guests
at the door. Those who shared in Mra
Slater's hospitality were: Mesdamea
I. B. Sturgis, D. H. Copic, J. J. Kennedy,
M. Metcalf, Frank Dudley, the Misses
Sadie Banfleld. Alta Inman. Dorothy
Caughey, Genevieve Caughey, Ruth
Johnson, llene Yerex. Addle Boule.
Nellie Lincoln, Wlnnlfred Shaw and
This year's annual tea given by the
Fruit and Flower Mission for the Day
Nursery was Just as big a frolic for
the guests as for the babies "who enjoy
the rest and care given them each day
at the Nursertr. The large gathering
of women who attended the function
Thursday displayed more interest in
looking at the cunning little tots play
in their open pavilion in the garden
and the big nursery in the basement,
whire they were also under the super
vision of a careful nurse, than they
did in the actual festivity. '
Of course the tearoom and reception-room
were filled with merry chat
terers, all eager for a visit with many
old friends whom they had not seen
for a long time. But there was a
steady stream of women up and down
stairs and out in the gardens to talk
to and play with the "kiddies."
Particular credit is being showered
upon Mlbs Augusta Marshall for her
cleverness in decorating the rooms. In
the hall. Miss Marshall arranged huge
Bconcea filled with tall clusters of gold-en-hued
Scotch broom, the reception
room was a bower of . great clusters of
red peonies and deep pink hawthorn,
while the dining-room was especially
pretty with ar. artistic arrangement
of Solompn's Seal and white iris, over
the fireplace, a combination of pink
hawthorne and pink carnations filling
the window and wall baskets, and the
tea table commanded attention with its
decoration of pink tulips, white stock
and purple iris
During the first hour Mrs. Solomon
Hirsch. Mrs. Wheelwright. Mrs. Wins
low B. Ayer and Miss Failing presided.
The next hour. Mrs. Thomas D. Honey
man. Mrs. Charles Francis Adams, Mrs.
Joseph N. Teal and Miss Maud Ains
worth presided at the urns.
They were assisted by Miss Rhoda
Rumelin, Miss Helen Ladd, Miss An
toinette Mears, Miss Ruth Teal. Miss
Lavelle Young. Miss Ruth Rosenfeld
and Miss Mary Stuart Smith.
A number of members of the Fruit
and Flower Mission assisted about the
house, taking parties on tours of in
spection. Members of the board of di
rectors and former presidents, as well
as Miss Harriet Jellison. incumbent
president, received the assemblage
One of the prettiest luncheon' tables
at Hotel Portland yesterday was that
presided over by Miss Annie Mackay
Brown. An artistic basket of garden
flowers in pastel tints adorned the
table, around which were seated. Misses
Nancy Zan, Margaret Ayer, Ivelou
Shea, Clea Nickerson. Marlon Kuche
man, Cornelia Stanley. Virginia Mc
Donough. Ruth Marvin. Ruth Shull,
Alberta Bair, EVzabeth Jacobs, Lavelle
Young. Dorothy Strowbridge, Antoin
ette Mears, Mrs. Hazel B. Litt, Mrs.
Coe A. McKenna and the charming and
The enormous amount of time and
energy being expended upon the floral
parade, the main feature of the Rose
Festival, by the chairman, Mrs. Guy
W. Talbot, and her corps of able as
sistants of prominent women and mi
is producing wonderful results, and
predicts the greatest floral parade ever
seen in this dry. Mrs. Talbot has
called a special meeting of her assist
ant committee tomorrow at her home,
to round out the elaborate plans on
A complete list of officers, executive
committee, and all the other commit
tees, as well as special patrons and
patronesses of districts, in addition to
the imposing list of general patronesses
which already has been published, fol
lows: Mra Guy Talbot; chairman: Miss Cornelia
Cook, first vlce-prealdent; Mlaa Valentin
Executive committee f rm Bni.n
Hlreh. Mrs. Helen Ladd Corbett. Mrs. Holt
C. Wilson. Mrs. Lucius Allen Lewis, Mm
r.KniK. jam. juiius L Meier. Mls Maritary
Hoffman. M is Rhoda Rumalin mi n...h
Teal. Mlas Helen Ladd, Mra. Harry L Cor
bett. Mra. Oliver K. Jefferv. Mra w w
Metzger, Miss Iaabella Gauld. Mra Wheel
wright. Mra. Tnomn D. Honeyman Mrs.
Thomas C. Burke. Mra. A. E. Rockey. Mrs.
Oacar Menefee. Mra. c. C. Colt. Mrs B
Lowenrart, Mrs. W. O Van Rphuvv.r M
Gay Lombard, Mra Hazel B. Litt. Mra.
Julius L Loulason.
Committee for information on
tlona Mra. Oliver K Jaffrrv. h.irm.r.-
Mra. Luclua Allen Lewla. Mra. O. W. Van
Bcbuyver. Mra Henry Metaser, Mlas Mar
Kchoola Mrs. Thomas Honevman. chair
man : Mrs. Elliott R. Corbett.
urgamzationa Miss Iaabella Gauld. chair
man; Mrs. VV. Whaelwriaht- Mlaa tr. in
Mlsa Rhoda Rumelin.
txnlblta Mra. Harry L. Corbett. chair
Saddle horaea pony carts hon.i .nd
carriages Mra. William Warrens. chair.
man; Mrs. Cos McKonna, Mrs. Margaret
Fairyland floata Mrs. Jnllua Loulaann
Suburban districts Mra C. C. Colt, chair
Chairmen and Special Patrons and Pa
tronesses ei vistrtcts.
Rivera Mra. A. E. Rockey. chairman:
Mra. A. C. Emmons. Mrs. W. M. Ladd Mra
Ira Powers, Mra. Wella Gilbert. Mra. Harry
Corbett, Mrs. Elliott Corbrtt. Mrs. Charles
Carey, Mrs. frank Hart, Mrs. W. B. Fech-
Nob Hlil Mlas Jian Mackenzie, ehalr-
mmn : jira. w. i . yvjrcra, Mra. A. t. aseara,
W. D. WheelwrlKht. George Marahall. c. F.
A da ma, J. D. Farrell. rnat Tucker. C.
E. Grelle. W. C. Rrlstol. W. C. Burns, K.
A. J. Mackenzie, t-dward CsswelL
Irving-ton Mrs. William Woodward, chair
man: Mr. William Woodward, Mra. E. H.
Keller. VV. K. Verateeg, Mra. 1.. O. Bow
man. Mrs. Will Northrup. Mrs. Walter Cook,
Mrs. R. L. Sabln, Mrs. A. R. Porter. Mra
Norrls B. Gregg, Mra Emery Olmstead.
Mra H. M. Haller, Mrs. Karl Lively Mra.
J. C Coatello. Mra. Cheater Moore. Mra W.
I. Cole. Mra. E F. Jamea, Mra John
Weatover Mrs. Louis H. Taroly. chair
man; Mrs. Frank Biggs, Mrs. Ambrose
Scott. Mrs. Walter Gearln, Mrs. Walter
Honeyman. Mrs. W. H. Lewla, Mra Fred
A. Krlba. K. :. Huriout, Mra F. N. Clark.
Mra. Morrla Dooly.
Willamette Helghta Mra C. W. Sher
man. Mra. Howard Holland. Mra. Everett
Ames, Mrs. Alice Benson Beach. Mrs. A.
D. McDougal, Mrs. F. F. Cobba Mra Al
fred Tucker, Mrs. Thomas C Burke, Mra
Felix Iaherwood, Mrs. T. T. Strain, Mra
F. T. Fowler.
Portland Heights Mra. 15. L. Thompaon.
chairman: Mrs. J. Smith. Mrs. John Atne-
worth, Mra H. B. Van Duzer, Mrs. Jamsa
Ewing. Mra Fred Page, Mrs. David Honey-
man. Mrs. jsmes cook, Mra James Kerr,
Mra John Jweetlng, Mrs. L. B. Menefsa
Our artist has sketched
two of them! All are
x equally new and
unusual for $1 !
stripes, in all new combinations. Some have smart white
pique collar and cuffs. Others in dainty white voiles and
summery fabrics. Priced Monday at $1.
P OT2.T LAN D'vS
124 to 1 2Q Sxih5t Just cfr Vfrshinfiion
Mrs. Jamea Hart. Mrs. Charles Curry. Mra
A. D. Charlton. Mra. W. S. Dinwiddle.
Carthwlck Mlaa Maaie MaeMaster. chair
man; Mra. William MaeMaster. Mra. Mar
garet Bid die. Mra Victor Johnaon. Mra
Gordon Voorhlea Mra John Latta.
Tenth and Park avenue Mlaa Helen Ladd.
chairman; Mra. J. Wesley Ladd. Mra Harry
Davla. Mrs. J. P. Mann, Mrs. Vincent Cook.
Mrs. Abraham Meier, Mra 8. Frank, Mra
A. J. Meier.
Kings Hill. Kings Helghta Arlington
Helghla Mian Ruth Teal, chairman; Mra.
J. N. Teal. Mrs. J. S. O Gorman. Mra L. B.
Stearna, Mra. W. C. Cornelius. Mra. C. S.
Jackaon. Mra T. B. Wilcox. Mrs. Thomas
Hnneyman. Mra Lucius Allen Lewla Mrs.
Fred A. Jacobs, Mrs. Ralph Hoyt, Mra E.
DeWltt Connell. Mrs. E. K. Mergea. Mrs. W.
B. Robertson, Mra. H. C. Cabell. Mra Julius
L Meier. Mra H. L Plttock. Mra. Edward
Jorgenaon, Mra C. E. S. Wood. Mra. George
Whltealde. Mra H. C. Wortman, Miss Flor
Twenty-fifth and Lovejoy Mrs. Oacsr
Menefee, chslrman: Mra. W. O. Van Schuy
ver. Mra J. G. Clemaon, Mrs. Oay Lombard,
Mra JuUua Loulason, Mra I. Van Duyne.
Mount Tabor Mra Blaine Smith, chair
man; Mrs. Philip Buehner. Mra Charles H.
Chick. Mra Arthur Chance. Mra Frederick
Green, Mra Percy Dabney, Mrs. Wilbur
Reld. Mrs. Charles Stolte. Mrs. George
Knight Clark, Mrs. Lydell Baker.
8unnyslde Mrs. Stanhope Pier, chairman:
Mra. B. B. Hyatt. Mra M. B. Borzortn,
Mra C. V. 8 mock.
Sellwood Mra. C. I. Sersanoua, chairman;
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Alexander, Dr. T. T.
Sellwood. W. H. Ooldlng. Mra H. V. Harper.
Mrs. Carl Mdrdhorat. Mra Clyde Walgamot.
Ladd Addition Mrs. Bert M. Dennlaon.
chslrman: Mrs. J. Francla Drake. Mra D. B.
Mackle. Mra. W. A. Carter, Mrs. Franklin
Griffith. Mra R. A. Letter.
Alameda Mra. L. F. Fuller, chairman;
Mr. and Mra. R. P. Preble. Dr. and Mrs.
J. C. Smith. Mr. and Mra. George Dorcua
Mr. and Mrs. William Bechtold. Mlaa Ellia
beth L'rle. Mra. Robertson, Mr. and Mrs.
Murray- F. Gay.
Laurelhurnt Mrf. -Ferdinand Reed, chair,
man; Mrs. H. C. McCutchen, Mr. and Mra
J O English, Mr. and Mra. H. R. Albee.
Mra. O. B. gtubbs. Mra Wilbur Reed.
Mllwaukle Mra. Edwsrd Bleker, chair
man; Mrs. Warren Knight. Mra T. Morris
Dunne. Mra J. A. Rtewart-
Roae City Park Mra. T. T. Geer. chair
man; Mra Arthur Laldlaw, Mra T. K.
Hilton, Mrs. H. J. Blaealng, Mrs. Frank
Schlegel, Mrs. H. J. Wllklna Mra. George
Parrlah, Mrs. E. L. Bailey. Mrs. A. H. Bsder.
Woodlawn Mrs. Saxton . B. Reed, chair
man: Mra W. W. Williams. Mra C. C
Woodcock. Mra. J. H. Burgard. Mra W. T.
Vanghert. Mra. W. C. Baker. Mra P. S.
Clodtna, Mra. W. W. Da via. Mrs. J. F. FlegeL
Mra J. D. Nellan. Mra Burt Groocock.
Walnut Park Mra W. Kllllngsworth.
chairman: Mrs. E. E. Roaaman, Mra Fred
Cooper. Mra C. L Scharno, Dr. Paulina
Piedmont Mra K. N. Sleopenbaugh. Mrs.
K. L Baxter. Mrs. R. S. Hynd. Mra. G. H.
Jennlnga. Mrs. C. J. Cook.
Reed College Mrs. Harry Real Torrey.
Hawthorne Mra Walter F. Burrell. Mra.
W. A. T. Buahong.
The students of the Portland Art As
sociation are mtklng elaborate prepara
tions for the Aztec pantomime, "Max
tla," which they will Klve at the Mu
seum of Art on Saturday afternoon and
evening: at 8:30 and again at 8:30
The entertainment Is prepared by the
students and faculty of the art school,
with the following- directly in charge:
General manager. Dorothy Gilbert;
business mamrer, G. Stuart Pratt:
scenery. Edna Barrell; properties. Leta
Kennedy; costumes, Clara Manny:
dances. Miss Putnam; llfchtlno-. Frank
Stern; reception, Mrs. Golda Mathls.
The music is furnished by the kind
ness of J. R. Hutchison.
Advisory committee Miss Crocker.
Miss Putnam, Mr. Wents.
The story of the pantomime is vastly
interesting;. In part as follows:
The priests of the Sun God have en
gaged a sculptor from the more ad
vanced civilisation of Tucatan to make
some decorations on the temple. Soon
after his arrival farmers come In to
beg: the priests to intercede with God.
as their harvests have not matured nor
their grain ripened. The priests have
already sacrificed animals to no avail.
and decide that there must be a human
sacrifice. They select as their victim
The sculptor is opposed to human
sacrifice, and knowing from his calendar-stone
that an eclipse of the sun
Is about to take place, he predicts that
the Sun God will not be pleased with
the offering and will avert his face.
The priests laugh at him and proceed
with their preparations for the sacri
fice. The eclipse occurs at just the mo
ment before the sacrifice is consum
mated and causes the priests -to aban
don the killing of the victim and to
substitute an offering of flowers.
The cast Mexlcatl Teohuatxln, the
high priest, Harry Schaeffer; second
priest. Fred Hayes; prelstesses, Sarah
Hart, Katherine Knapp; King Acxltl
H. F. Wents: Maxtla. the princess. Dor
othy Gilbert: Xlbalba. the sculptor. G.
Stuart Pratt: the King's guard. Herbert
Frederick, Harold Doty, James Piatt
Princess' attendant, Ruth Halvorsen;
captives, Edna Barrell. Carl Walters;
farmers. Florence Holmes, Cecil St.
Helen. Zlllah Huddleson: dancers, Dor
othy Campbell, Shanna Cummlng. Ber
tha Shahan, Margery Hoffman, Parian
Pickens; other Aztecs.
One of the early June social func
ttons is the tea to be given for the
benefit of the Patton Home on Frl
day, June 2. This Is an annual affair,
and each year is eagerly anticipated
not only by the directors and residents
of the Home, but by many society wom
en of the city. The president, Mra
Theodore NIeolat. will be assisted by
the following reception committee: Mra
J C. Olda Mrs. Louis Gerllnger. Mrs
Andrew Porter, Mrs. C Lewis Mead and
Mrs. C W. King.
A candy table will be part of the
diversion, and it will be In charge of
Mrs. D. M. McLaughlan. assisted by
Miss Agnes McLaughlan. Mrs. Jacob
Kamm, Miss Bess Lud ham and
Miss Marie Seraanous. Mrs. A.
E. Jackson and Mrs. H. S. TuthlU
will pour, and they will be assisted In
the dining-room by Mra Wendall Poul-
sen, Mrs. E. B. Brlttaln and. Mrs. Paul
YOU can't imagine what wonderful suits are
included. in this sale! The maker's season
was over; yours is just beginning.
Rack after rack of the smartest, trimmest little
Summer suits. New sports models, stunning silk
taffeta and poplins suits, lots of $30 and $32.50
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suits, positively not one ma g
would sell under $25. Styles made p
for exclusively specialty store
trade. Priced special Monday. .
Our Weekly Arrival of Pretty
New Dollar Waists
s w e aters in
the new col
De Haas. The musical programme Is
In charge of Mrs. Ralph D. Robinson,
and includes: Piano solo. Miss Relieve
Spalding; vocal solo. Miss Wllma
Young; monologue. Miss Marguerite
Egbert: violin solo, Dorothy Louise
Rllss; vocal duet. Miss Young and Mrs.
Robinson; reading. Miss Hlldreth
Humason; vocal solo, Mrs. Ralph D.
Mrs. T. T. Strain, who has been vis
iting her sister In Honolulu for several
months, returned last week to her home
Mrs. Fielding Kelly entertained in
formally on Tuesday with a delightful
tea. The affair was the meeting of
Mra Kelly's sewing club.
News of the engagement of Miss Nan
Fullerton. of Seattle, who Is well known
among the younger set of this city,
was made known early in the week
Miss Fullerton's fiance Is Elbridge
Hadley Stuart, also of Seattle, son of
Mr and Mrs E A Stuart, of the Sound
city. . Miss Fullerton is the daughter
of Mrs. Clement Aekerman, a promi
nent matron of Seattle.
The wedding will follow soon upon
the announcement of the engagement,
snd will be a smart event of June.
Many Portland girls and boys will go
up to Seattle for the function, as Miss
Fullerton Is very popular In this city,
her last visit here at Christmas time
being marked with many notable social
affairs. Miss Fullerton Is one of the
most attractive girls in the Puget
Sound city, and since the announcement
of her engagement she has been de
luged with courtesies. She attended St.
Helen's Hall for several terms. Miss
Virginia McDonough. with Whom she
visited in Portland, is her house guest,
and has been sharing In the festivities
plannefd for the bride-elect and her
Miss McDonough had planned to re
turn to Portland the latter part ot last
week, but owing to the whirl of
gaieties was prevailed upon to remain
and participate in them. She is equally
popular in Seattle and Portland, and
Is expected to return to her home here
Portland friends of Walter de L. Gif
fard. who la fighting with the British
army, will rejoice over the fact that
he was recently made Captain !n the
Eighth Oxford and Bucks Light In
fantry Pioneers. Captain Qlffard's pro
motion Is the source of much pleasure
to his numerous friends In this city.
He speaks of the fine condition of
the men. the dry, hot weather, and the
fact that he was preparing at the time
of writing for a long march. He is
especially desirous of news from and
of his friends here, and gives his ad
dress as "Salonlci Force, Egyptian Ex
peditionary Force, British Army In the
Field." His letter was dated April 14.
from somewhere In the war zone.
A number of the sub-debutante set
were delightfully entertained at lun
cheon on Saturday by Miss Adeline Ken
dall, daughter of Mrs. Mary A. Kendall,
In honor of Miss Ethel Malpas. who will
graduate next month from St. Helen s
Hall. Spring, flowers of the white
varieties combined with fernery
adorned the table, around which were
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J. P. Plagemann, Mgr.
What to Do to Get Fat
and Increase Weight
The Real Cause of Thinness
Most people eat from four to six pounds
of ko1 "ollrl fa,tm,ktnir food every day
and still do not Increase In welnht on
ounce, while on the other hand many of
the pi urn p. chunky folks eat very Hichtly
and keep gaining all th time. It's all bosh
to say th.t tbls Is the nature of the Individ
ual. It ln't nature's way at all.
Most thin people stay thin because their
powers of assimilation are defective. They
absorb just enough of the food they eat to
maintain life and a semblance of health
and strength. Stuffing won't help them. A
do sen meals a day won't make them gain
a single "stay-there pound. All tbe fat- -producing
elements of their food Just stay .
there In the intestines until they pass from,
the body aa waste. What such people need
la something that will prepare these fatty
food elements so that their blood ran ab- .
sorb them and depostt them all about the '
body something, too. that will multiply
their red blood corpuscles and increase
their blood's carrying power.
For such a condition It is well to recom
mend eating a Sargol tablet with every
meal. Sargol Is not. as some believe, a
patented drug, but Is simply a careful com
bination of six of the most effective and.
powerful assimilative and f lesh-bull ding
elements known to chemistry. It Is abso- -lutely
harmless, yet has been wonderfully
effective and a single tablet eaten with each,
meal often, acocrdlng to reports of users,
has the effect of Increasing the weight of a
thin man or woman from three to five -pounds
a week. Sargol Is sold by all good,
druggists everywhere on a positive guar- n
an tee of weight Increase or money back.-
SHOP FOR WOMEN
Portland Hotel Court
Fashionable apparel from
foremost French and Amer
ican designers and makers.
Dresses, Costumes, Coats,
Evening Gowns, Suits,
ton of goodness in a pound
of Vogan'a Molr chocolates.
MODERN CONFECTIONERY CO.
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