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THE SUNDAY OREGONIAX, PORTLAND, JUIA' 11. 1920
LATEST FASHIONS IN MOUNTAIN-CLIMBING COSTUMES
DEVISED BY GIRL STUDENTS OF UNI VERSITY . OF UTAH
Adventures m Wonderland of Towering Peaks and Rugged Canyons of New Zion National Park Marked by Thrilling Experiences Clothes
Designed for Comfort in Great Outdoors.
very man every boywill
want these summer shoes
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MISS HELEN BREEXBACK of
Neptune beach. Cal.. found a
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way to solve the problem of the
high cost of bathing suits. She found
that a pair of overalls could be con
verted into a satisfactory garment for
Miss Lillian Marshall won the cup
for the most charming bathing suit
in the contest at Balboa, Cal. The
rkirt is transparent and the garment
is a creation of black and gold.
Mud baths are said to have become
popular with California women and
when they emerge from the slimy ad
mixture of earth and water they re
Sicmble bronze statues. After the
bath, the figures become ivory, then
marble, under the shower.
The latest fashions in mountain
climbing costumes have been de
vised by University of Utah girls,
who outfitted themselves for an out
ing trip in the new Zion National
park, which was opened to the public
for the first time May 15. Their ad
ventures in the wonderland of the
towering peaks and rugged canyons
were marked with thrillrng experi
ences, with the sensations that come
when one communes with nature in
the secluded spots where it seems no
human foot ever trod before. The
clothes were designed for comfort in
the great out-doora, and the young
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women who adopted the sensible 1 Los Angeles; Miss Ann Widstoe
styles are Miss Catherine Levering of I daughter of President Widstoe of the
University of Utah; Miss Nell Greer,
Miss Mildred Gerrard, Mrs. A. V.
Peterson, Miss Melba Dunyon and Miss
Mhss Anna Anderson of Helena,
Mont., had the distinction of being
the youngest delegate to the repub
lican national convention at Chicago.
She is 21 years of age.
Miss Mary Foy of Los Angeles, del
egate and member of the national
committee, took a prominent part in
the democratic convention. Miss Foy,
whose persuasive oratory is credited
in part with- the choice of San Fran
cisco for the convention, announed
her intention to nominate President
Wilson for a third "term. She was an
elector in 191,6.
Mrs. Bainbridge Colby, wife of the
secretary of state, is spending the
summer season at Long Island, leav
ing for there when her husband left
for the San Francisco convention.
Hreatlis Cause Arrests.
PORTOLA. Cal. Because their
breaths smelled strongly of cheese,
five men served terms in the county
jail at Elko. Nev., a town west of
here on the Western Pacific railroad.
A boxcar was broken open and a
large cheese stolen. With no other
clue than the belief that a heavy
indulgence in cheese might taint the
breath, the town marshal set forth
and made five arrests. The evidence
appeared so conclusive to the magis
trate that all were sentenced to jail.
TERRIBLE LIQUOR DOLED OUT
f AT HIGH PRICES IN CHICAGO
Delegate to Convention Laid Out by Single Pint of Whisky That Bell
hop Produced for $12 a Pint.
BY JAMES J. MONTAGUE.
I (Copyright by the Bell Syndicate. Pub-
lisoea Dy arrangement.)
K TOU hear of a couple of Chicago
.ho are buying apart-
sea in New York, you'll
knowl-when you have finished this
narrative, where they got it.
Also, .if you know their address,
business or residence, or -where tb-ey
IK YOU hear
, ment house
can be found either by sleuths or
with bloodhounds, a friend of mine
would be glad of the Information. J-ie
wants to see them and to see them
This friend was a delegate to the
late Chicago convention. He h
money, so he stopped at an expensive
He- also has a capacity for liquor
w hi tii be often underestimates.. Not
only that, but he aiso underestimates
the capacity of Pullman porters, which
in these, days is past appraising by
the ordinary methods.
When he left for Chicago he fig
ured that six quarts would be about
right for out there and back. But the
Pullman porter, having taken a cor
respondence course in burglary, had
skeleton keys that-fitted all suitcaseB.
And when the subject of this case got
t.o Chicago he had tour quarts.
Friend Help In DiipOMal.
Four quarts is a good deal of liquor
for one man. But at Chicago it was
too hot to go out and ice was cheap.
When a man who has studied drink
ing for years is confined to his room
with four quarts of liquor and plenty
of ice, he knows exactly w-hat to do.
r.ot only that, but if he has any
true, dependable friends, not just fair
weather friends, but friends who will
itick to a man while there is a drop
eft in the bottle, he can always get
them to help him.
The four quarts were gone the sec
ond day. They must have contained
a benign distillation, because the ef
fect on my friend and his drinking
companions was not noticeable, except
that It had engendered a thirst that
would not down.
His first thought was to send out
for a doctor. The doctor came, took
four dollars for a fee-and, when my
friend winked at him, wrote out
prescription. The prescription was
sent to the hotel drug store by a
messenger who brought back a pint
bottle containing a nerve tonic.
The doctor couldn't be reached to
repair the damage, which was ob
viously not accidental.
A conference followed. It was plain
that liquor was all about. What little
breeze was wafted down th corridors
from other rooms was redolent of it.
But how was it to be had?
Somebody suggested that the bell
hop might know. The bellhop was
summoned and carefully cross-questioned.
At length the confession was
wrung' from him that while he did not
know himself, he had a friend who
might know. He would go and see
about it. He went and saw. "He re
turned to say that his friend did know.
'How much?" inquired my friend.
"Twelve dollars is the best he al
lows he kin do."
"Twelve dollars a quart?"
"No, suh, not twelve dollars a quart;
twelve dollars a nint."
There was an argument, but it was
of no avail. The twelve dollars was
forthcoming and the pint was pro
duced from under the bellhop's coat.
One Drink Iroduces Anae-Htbetfla.
My friend seized the bottle, poured
quarter of it into a tumbler, added
Sturdy sport shoes
tvith or without
while or brown duck.
Brown leather trim
tnings with ankle
Jatch red rubber
soles and toe cap.
Many new types for outing
and everyday use
One of the smart special types for
summer wear. Made of the finest
white canvas - high or Oxford
models with welt construction soles.
HEN the mercury becins to cllmbj
ou want solid comfort in footwear.
ou want shoes that are light, cool,
and flexible shoes that give your feet perfect
freedom. That's the sort you get when you buy
a pair of Keds.
Keds are the ideal shoes for work or play in
warm weather. Their cool, pliable fabric and.
light springy soles have made them popular
with men and boys all over the country.
Besides the familiar tennis or yachting shoe'
Keds are made in many special models. There?
are sturdy work shoes, light gymnasium shoes,
and heavy reinforced models for hiking.
An entirely new feature
Some of the newer models are made like
leather shoes, with regular welt construction
soles and firmly boxed toes. They are just the
shoes you need with your white flannels, or for
business wear in warm weather.
With these additions, Keds have become a
complete line of canvas summer shoes ranging
from the easy, less formal tennis shoe to the lat
est and most fashionable styles of footwear.
Last year millions of pairs of Keds were worn
by men, women and children.
Good dealers everywhere carry Keds. Try
on the different models. See how light they feci,
and how perfectly they fit. Look for the name
Keds on the sole. '
For men and women $1.50 $7.00
For children 1 . 1 5 4.50
The standard shoes for tennis
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Hade of light canvas, in high
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a little water, and took
Then a nort of a hiss, like you
sometimes hear from a radiator, es
caped his throat. He sort of folded
up, iike a four bladed jack knife, and
sank into h chair.
We laid him tenderly on the bed
and asked him where It hurt.
We got no answer, he had bunk into
a dreamless slumber.
My friend did not see Senator Hard
ing nominated. He took no part in
the deliberations that led to that re
sult. For the remainder of the session he
remained in his room, a stranger to
us, and inattentive to any affairs of
We called a doctor another one
who said he was alive, and would
probably pull through. That was all.
He did stay alive, too, but nobody
but his most intimate friends would
ever have known it. He even lived to
pay another 12 dollars to the same
bellhop for another pint. He didn't
drink that one. He wrapped it up
and put .it into his suit case. He said
that a man back home had once fore
closed a mortgage on his mother s
farm and turned her out into the cold
on a winter's night.
He was going to take the pint back
and give it to this person annony
mously. so as not to be Buspected of
When he left Chicago the bell hops
were still doing business at the same
prices. But we heard that they were
coming to New York to buy apartment
houses, and that Is why I began this
story the way I did.
Cal.. where an automobile salesman
had one of the biggest surprises' of
his life when an Italian farmer, who
had ordered a car. made an old-fah-ioned
specie payment and all in sil
ver coin. The salesman was askr-d
to "wait a minute" for his money.
After an hour and a half he was sum
moned to the back yard, where tile
farmer had laid out the price of the
car on two tables. The coins were all
quarters, halves and dollars, piled $10
in a stack. When the salesman un
dertook to check up he quickly under
stood why he had been left sitting on
the front doorstep so long. It took
him another hour and a half to make
sure th,at he hadn't been overpaid.
KoUliovik Propaganda in China.
iAMOY, China. Bolshevik propa
ganda is being carried on in southern
Pukien under the direction of Gov
ernor Chen Chung-ming. vhce ad
vanced socialistic leanings have long
been recognized. A society has been
formed with headquarters at Chang
Chow and quantities of literature is
sued citing the bolshvist achievements
in Ilussia and declaring that China
mu6t follow in the footsteps of Rus
sian bolsheviks. The effort aims at
abolition of the marriage relation
and of private ownership of property.
Barrage 1-irc K.xpcnsive.
Barrage fire, used extensively
throughout the war, consisting of
concentrating hundreds and thou
sands of pieces against an objective,
trenches or other defensive words in
order to batterthem to pieces, was
very 'expensive, both to the aggressor
and the target. One British barrage
which lasted only three days cost
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It does not matter whether the name is spelled
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I Summer Beauty Hint
Hair is by far the most conspicuous
thins about us and is probably the
most easily damaged by bad or care
less treatment. If we are very care
ful in hair washing, we will have
virtually no hair troubles. An espe
cially fine shampoo for this weather,
one that brings out all the natural
beauty of the hair, that dissolves and
entirely removes all dandruff, excess
oil and dirt, can easily be used at
trifling expense by simply dissolving
a teaspoonful of canthrox (which you
can gret at any drupgrist's) in a cup of
hot water.. This makes a full cup of
shampoo liquid, enough so it is easy
to apply it to all the hair instead of
just the top of the head. This chemi
cally dissolves all impurities and cre
ates a soothing, cooling lather. Rins
ing leaves the scalp spotlessly clean.
J soft and pliant, while the hair takes
on the glossy richness of natural col
or, also a fluffiness which makes it
seem much heavier than it is. After
canthrox shamDOO arranzinz Lha h:iir
Jjs a pleasure. Adv. .