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f ; THE ! OREGON DAILY JOURMAP PORTLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1916.
MAi .roAfrATnAn'r riuhr BY VELLA
INC WO Ul WU1LLC1LO VIUUO
TIIK I.aui elhurst Study club
rlosed Ha years work with a
delightful social meeting held
vesterday afternoon at the club
house. Kadi member whs privileged to
hrlng five guests, and the result was a
large attendance The l uhroorns were
beautifully decorated in Mhjt Imskets
of pink and white blossoms and dog- j
womI boughs. Miss Kthel Handy, sec-;
rotary, gave a i omprehensl ve report of j
the yearn work. .Mrs. John II. Suttlei
and Minn Ruby Goulet each cave vocal
nuirmers, wmi ;vi i s. fo'wi tn -
panlst. Minn Nina Urenthouse gave
the first act of "Monsieur Beaicaire, '
followed by a Riiup of lighter dramatic
interpret! Ions. Dainty re fresh men ts
in M.iy colors, pink and white, were
served. The dull will resume lis ac
tivities n-M October when the princi-
pHl work will he .-in extension course
conducted by Mis. Alahel Holmes Far-
sons of the i'lmrrsity of Oregon. The,
lull will al.-o present a play and the
work will be supplemented by a course
ol le -lures by 1'rofessor Josephine
llnmniond of Keed college. Airs. ('. V.
llayhiiiKt was unaiiimouHly re-elected
picHiJciit ;il a recent business meeting,
and a happy and successful year is an
ticipated under her leadership.
To Glvs "The Xand of Nod." Thirty-three
.Mount Tabor children, niem
heta of the primary department of the
Mount Tabor school, will attract the
public to the school auditorium Wed
nesday evening for a fanciful children a
operatla. "The Land of Nod." The op
eretta is lull of melody and interest,
with its dream sprites, noblins, band
ome princes and beautiful pi incesses
"The Jmd of Nod" is the tale of .six
little Sleepyheads. who. In their
dreams, are carried to the wonderful
" Land of Nod." Sarah Calltin. I'.rilia
BogK. Maris Rosewell. Harry Sma
koon, iJennv (."leaiwater and Leslie
McLennon will play tue tiarts of the
Sleepyheads. Alfitd ao will im
pcrHonate the kiun of the "LimhI of
Ned" und Mvrl Van Alstyne will be
Jack of Preums. The Stind-mati wi
be plaed by Joe I'lwiin while Lie Far
ley Is the iiieiim tjohlin.' Ilea Hrask
is the il'icen of the Iiolfies; Herbert
I.ibak. the Hreain I'rin e: lOthel t'rane,
the Dream Princess. 'a t heri nu llroiil.
Lady fortune; Jtulh Alillion, Mother
CJoone;- Clifford Aikinn. Goblin Can-and-Mut;
V'aiue Prewitt. Standard
bearer. Besides the principals there
ere a number of children who play the
roles of dream sprites, p.-wfies and at
tendants. A feature uf .special inter
est is the music to !, I'ui-jiished by a
well-trained chorus directed by Miss
Mildred Hurd. The opera Ha is under
the. direction of the primary teachers
of the tirhool.
Greater Medford Club Meet. The
Greater Medford club held its final
meetiiin for the season Monday of lust
week. Keports of the Southern Oregon
federation were given by Mis Si hief
felin. Mrs. Ilnun, Mrs. French and Alls.
Crews. Mr. Kdmeades g" ve vocal num
bers and Mrs. Clint AlcCurdy gave
piano solos. The club indorsed the
forthcoming pageant to be held in
Ashland. Mrs. Grieve and Mrs. Smith
of Jacksonville and Airs. Buchanan of
the Self Culture club of Koseburg gave
short talka. The retiring president,
jrMrs. J. K. Mundy turned ove - the gavel
V'to the new president. Airs. C. L.
Conferences Are Successful. Aim.
George W. Mi-Math, president 01 the
Oregon Congress of Mothers and Airs.
Arlptene Kelts, former president of the
'. congress, are spending two weeks . In
, an extensive tour of the. eastern and
southern parts of the state' in the in
terests of the congress and of child
.' welfare generally. Airs. Kelts will re-
turn to Portland Thursday and Mrs.
McAIe.th will not be back until Satur
; day. The conference in Aledford was
i, unusually successful including lnspir
' Ing addresses by the visiting and local
women, discussions and tfiuslc. Mrs.
McAlath was the hmisr guest of Airs,
lielroy Gctchell during her stay in
Study Club Has Luncheon. The
Portland Ktudy club ended its ear's
work yesterday with a luncheon given
by the Incoming officers for the retir
ing: officers. The affair was held at 1
o'clock at the hntne of Mrs. W. O. Kee
naughtli. 8 5 Kast Forty-fifth street
north. Covers were laid for lj at a
table decorated in spirea and Oregon
grape. Short Paper were given on
the following Scandinavian cities:
"Stockholm." Airs. John Kelkrman;
"Bergen," Airs. K. O. Seaton. "Copen
hagen." Mrs. M. B, I'.runihei gcr;
"Christ iatiia,'' Mis. K. J. .Me'irs;
'"Reikiazik." Airs. W. o. Keenaughly
Mrs. Willis Magulre, an honorary mem
ber of the club, gave snm Inspiring
remarks. Th club will resume Its
work the first of October.
Mount Tabor Will Elect. The regu
lar monthly meeting of 'the Mount
Tabor Parent-Teacher association will
be held in the school assembly hall
Thursday at 2:30 p. m. There will be
it program given by the pupils, under
the direction of Misses Patterson,
Keating and Klton. At 3 o'clock Dr.
B. W. Pu' BAisk of the University of
Oregon will Talk on "The Normal and
Subnormal Child." Fo'lowing this ad
dress the annual elecUon of officer
will take place.
11 " W v -X IF'
7i m ' " V ySrtSeSiv
By Veil Winner.
IMPROVING THE HANDS
ailment, look first to your teeth ani
see If they are the source of the trou
ble. Have your teeth looked at every
si: months by a reliable dentist, but
do not have a tooth extracted unless
absolutely necessary, for the absence
of teeth makes wrinkles.
There are two mqtnods of giving tne
hands enough sleep. One is to cause
them to lie In the lap and rest. It
may be difficult at first to control
them to do this, but it can be done.
A"hd the way is to put them to sleep
in a pair of leather gloves at least two
sizes too large, like a pair of men's
gloves. Before putting the gloves on,
the hands should be coated with some
k-ood skin food. This sleep should be
given the hands, not only when you
are sleeping, hut at any time of the
day when it is convenient to do so, put
the gloves on and rest the hands.
This does not mean, idleness for the
hands, tor to he healthy one must have
exercise. Hands may be exercised
and improved by performing house
work so long as tor- great a strain is
not given them and precautionary
measures are adopted.
For instance, there is dishwashing.
The prevailing Idea is that to wash
dishes is to destroy the beauty of the
hands. This is pot necessarily so and
if the hands are treated properly there
will be no ill effect, and, in fact, they
will be beautified by such work.
Before beginning to wash dishes the
hands and nails should be, thoroughly
coated with cold cream. They can
then be put in the soapy water with
out fear of injury. As soon as the task
is finished, tiie hands should be care
fully washed with a mild toilet soap
and warm water, carefully dried, and
another coat of cream applied and
rubbed well into the skin. Remove any
cream which remains on the surface
by wiping with a soft cloth, using con
MASSAGE FOR NERVOUS
NESS I-'Khte-that surface ma-
sage is a good corrective for
nervousness. Deep, seeking-the-bone
massage, which Is used for liver com
plaint and for obesity, is too severe
for the nervous patient. Besides, so
many of the nerves lie so near the
skin that the region of the skin is the
real seat of operations for cure. Liglit
massage by coaxing the blood to the
surrace and inducing a new and i 2:30
stronger interflow among them feeds
the nerves and strengthens them.
12 m. PRESIDENTS' CLUB, last
meeting of the season, at Y. W c A
2 p. m. SELLWOOI) PAHKXT
TEACHER ASSOCIATION. Subject.
"Thrift." Address by Air. Blohn of
the Banker' association.
2:30 p. m. WILLAMETTE CHAPTER,
DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN
REVOLUTION, with Mrs. Ada
Hertsche, 502 East Twenty-sixth
street north. Papers by Mrs. lsaao
Lee Patterson and Mrs. John Read.
2:30 p. m. NEW ENGLAND CONSER
VATORY CU R, annual open day
with Mrs. J. II. Hall. 805 Lovejov
street. Each member will contribute
a "stunt" to the program.
2:30 p. m. CHAPMAN PARENT
2:30 p. m. MULTNOMAH PARENT
TEACHER ASSOCIATION. Address
by Mrs. Alva Lee Stephens. Annual
election of officers.
2:30 p. m. HAWTHORNE PARENT
TEACHER ASSOCIATION. Election
of officers, followed by reception to
new officers and to principal and
2:20 p. m. OREGON KERAMIC CLUB,
with Mrs. T. T. Gerr 470 East i lfty
thirj street north.
p. m. HUDSON PARENT-
3 p. m. AINSWORTH PARENT
TEACHER ASSOCIATION. .Address
by Mrs. Helen Eakin Starrett; suD
Ject, "Some New Problems in Educa
tion." Social hour and tea
3 p. m. WOODLAWN PARENT
TEACHER ASSOCIATION. Addresses
by Judge Cleeton. Mrs. S. M. Blum-
auer, Dr. J. Francis Drake and E. B.
p. m. DEDICATION AND ENTER
TAINMENT AT KULTON PARK
SCHOOL. Addresses, music and in
spection of building mid grounds,
p. m. PRESENTATION OK OPER
ETTA. "LAND OK NOD" by CHIL
DREN OK MOUNT TABOR SCHOOL.
AX UNHAPPY AKilHV
She has the making of a good
woman, only she can't lear loneli
Burglar Works in- ,
Junction City StqL
J um lion City. Or.. May 9 The .t
eral merchandise store of A. J. K&1
was broken into some time Suncl,
night. The value of the goods tak!
has not been fully determined.
trance was made through thq.rf
dour by breaking out a glass pal.
and unlatching the door. ? I
If It Isn't in a Sealed Can
and Plainly Marked
it is not genuine ask for an
get CARNATION the Coffej
r of uniform flavor and quality
30c lb., 3 lbs, 85c
Mrs. Kalph Ft. Rou fledge, prominent member of the lxiard of direc
tors of the Ladies' annex to the Portland Social Turn Yerein.
Grand Ronde Will
Make Eagle Scream
Big" Fourth of July Celebration Being"
Planned r Aviation Faatur Soag-ht
th Main Attraction.
;rand Ronde wants to get on the
Its people have felt a new stimulus.
They are planning a big Fourth of
But their celebration this year must
io different. The, usual patriotic
speech and concert by the silver cor
net band will not be sufficient.
William Mellien. postmaster of
Ciaiul Ronde. is casting about now for
something that will make his home
town the tenter of attraction for the
whole country side He has written
the Portland Chamber of Commerce
. Mr. Mellien would like to get track
of a balloonist, parachutist or aviator
to lend the modern touch this year.
The Chamber of Commerce under
Its present organization has no aero
nauts in its membership. However, it
Is making an effort to find one for
the Grand Ronde townsfolk. If Si
"hristof ferson, Captain Berry, Watts,
I'nger or Art Smith cannot be billed,
the chamber may ask C. C. Chapman
to deliver his famous Impersonation
of T. DeWitt Talmag".
Hiram Johnson Not
Out for President
California'! Governor Says Ha Za Wot
Candidate for Proffraaalv Nomina
tion. Unleaa Something' Happena.
Sacramento, Cal . May 9. (P. N. S.)
"I am not a candidate for the Pro
gressive nomination for president un
less something unforeseen occurs. I
do not expect to be a candidate, and
all talk of my candidacy Is without
In these words CJovernor Jfirsm
Johnson today placed the stamp of his
disapproval upon an article in a New
York paper, which declared that he
might be the selection of the Progres
sive convention at Chicago.
North Sixth Street
Club Is Organized
Boaineaa Men Aim to Booat That Sec
tion of Thoroughfare aa Gateway to
The North Sixth Street Business
Men's club, composed of merchants do
ing business on that street between
Ankeny and the union depot, was or
ganized with an initial membership of
60 at a meeting last night at the Barr
hotel. Officers chosen were:
President, E. J. Rathbun; vice presi
dent. J. W. Rounds; treasurer, George
W. Tabler: secretary, I. K. Kllinger;
directors. I-. Alcott and W. D. Smith.
The maim object of the organization
is to boost. Sixth street as the gate
way to the city. Committees of the
organization are already working on
decoration of the street for the Rose
Ad men -are to 'learn about Portland
manufactures and industries. In con
nection with the club's luncheon to
morrow noon on the fifth floor of the
Chamber of Commerce there will bo
exhibits by manufacturing establish
ments located In Portland and demon
strations at their work. J. C. English
will be chairman of the day.
Hnghes Invited to Salem.
Salem, Or., May :i. Benjamin Brick,
in charge of arrangements for the
Cherry fair, July 3 and 4, wired an
Invitation Monday to Justice Hughes
to deliver the Fourth of July oration
Remove pulp from sections of two
grapefruit, cut pulp in small pieces,
add grapefruit and the juice and pulp
of three medium sized oranges. Add a
tablespoonful of lemon juice and one
half cup of sherry wine. Sweeten to
taste. " Chill and serve in cocktail
BREAD CRUMB OMELET
1 cup dry breadcrumbs.
1 cup cold milk.
1 tablespoon drippings bacon is best.
I teaspoon salt.
Flavor either with chives, parsley,
onion, or serve with grapes or apple
jelly. Put breadcrumbs in bowl, cover
with cold milk and let stand 15 min
utes; beat the egs until well mixed,
add to the bread, and add salt and
flavoring to taste: mix well. Put drip
pings in pan. when hot. pour in the
omelet ido not have fire too hot),
raise the edges to let the soft part
go under and raise center; when set
double over. This Is exceptionally
good with jelly between and around.
HOUSEHOLD HINTS Common
- m l gnon-
ette grown in a pot is very disagree
able to flies.
If sandwiches are served with after
noon tea. they must be small and dainty
and minus crust.
Pyrethrum powder burned in a room
stupefies flies until they can be swept
up and put where flies ought to be.
Before starting to can fruit, see that
the tops of your fruit Jars fit, and that
you have a good supply of rubbers on
A bit of fine mosquito netting placed
under the hole in a stocking and used
as a foundation for the darn, is a great
In washing cotton crepes and cre
pons. have grease stains removed with
naptha or gasoline before putting the
crepe into water.
YOUR TEETH M a n y ailments
?ome from bad
teeth. Pus from the roots of decaying
teeth is constantly being absorbed In
the blood stream and acting as a poi
son is carried by the blood through the
body until it finds lodgment In some
Therefore, when you have a head
ache, earache or some other everyday
f - - L.'
Proper Feeding War
Started by Women
NEW YORK. February 27. Prom
inent women representing- all parte
of tne country have been appointed
members of a special committee) ta
org-anize the campaign undertaken by
the National Housewives' League to
build up the health- of the nation
through proper feeding; as its con
tribution to the preparedness move
ment, it was announced here to
nlgnU Every woman's organization"
n the country will bo urged to take
U the propaganda.
The New Miner! Oil Treatment
Women are ueually more subject to con
tlpation than men. Neglect often leads
to much suffering.
Harsh cathartics are not necessary to
correct this condition In fact, thej are
Nature has given mankind nalacral ll
to orercoms this slufglsh condition of
la a highly refined, colorless, odorless and
tasteless mineral oil. which tots aa a
lubricant, purely and simply, it softens
the hardened charges and assists nature
In perfermlng her own work In her own
natural way. without pain or discomfort.
Price, SO Centa the Full Pint Bottle
at All Stores ot
21 Stores on the Pacific Coast
recommend chocolate as
one of the most nutritious
and delicious of foods.
follow the daily breakfast
cup of strength-supplying
In J-Ib, I. Ib. and 3-tt. hermetically sealed
cane. There's a double economy in buying:
the 3 -lb. cans.
D. GHIRARDELLI CO.
Trading Stamps Given on Charge Accounts if Paid in Full on or Before the 10th day of Each Month
Try Our Special 25c Lunch Served Daily in the Basement. Soda Fountain is in the Basement
Olds, Wortipam & King
10c quality, 15u0 sheets
to roll. Llm.t 1!0 rollo
to a customer.
Reliable Merchandise Reliable Methods
Pacific Phone Marshall 4800
Home Phone A-6231
Basement Dainty Vat.
Laces In many differ
ent patterns. 5rndes
worth to 20c nt 1U; yd.
IBagememitl HJedeirpirnce Sttoire ft
Wednesday SPECIAL SALES
ISc Figured Lawns
Batistes and Lawns,
various colors on
white grounds, floraj
effects, worth lic,
at 10c yard.
Basement 3 6 in,
wide and fine,
close woven fahric.
Shown in Arabian
and ivory. Makes
32-in. "Madras Cloth
ful. soft, mercerized
finish. Colors pink,
blue, lavender. Also
Persian stripes. On
72x90 Bed Sheets
from heavy bleached
linen-finish s h eet
illK with deep hem.
50c each. Cases to
20c Soisette Cloth
Soisette in solid
colors, blue, laven
der, cream and
whit e. excellent
64-in. Table Damask
Basement M ercer
ized Ttililt Wamuhtt
in rose. shamrock,
clover and conven
tional design". Ex
tra good i utility.
50c Boudoir Caps
Boudoir Caps of
dainty silk- mixed
Chiffons and Crepe.
Khaki Outing or
Sport Skirts in me
dium weight. Also
Mlddv Blouses t o
match. Special $1.25
Specials in Women's Apparel
100 Goats, Worth Up to $15.00, Now $5.95
200 Suits, Worth Up to $25.00, Now $14.95
Basement Wednesday we will place on
sale 100 New Spring Coats at less than
cost of making. Splendid assortment of
styles and materials. Coats of standard
J12.50 to 15 grades. Priced
special for this sale at only
Basement Women's and Misses' Suits
big special purchase just in by express.
Gabardines, Serges, Poplins and Mannish
Mixtures. Excellent Suits, usually priced
at $25. 00. On sale Wednesday (P-J A QC
at the special price of only J)-l-Tte0
Women's Fancy Waists, Special $3,98
Basement Beautiful Waists of Nets, Silkl, Laces, Chiffons, Taffetas, etc. Sample JQ QQ
lines and broken lots of this season's best styles. Models worth to $7.50, spec' POea0
Basement Oin K-
hanis a n d Cham
brays with e m
broidered f 1 o unce,
also ti I a c k sateen
with plain or fancy
$1.25 to $1.50
der of our recent
biar purchases. Doz
ens of pretty styles.
Lawns. Voiles. Rice
C I o t h and many
facturers' S amples
in great many dif
ferent styles and
m a t e r I als. Tour
Odd Lines Waists
lots and odds and
ends grouped for
quick selling. Some
slightly soiled. Good
Our Greatest Underwear Sale
Delayed Shipment 53 Cases Men's and Women's
Underwear and Hosiery to Go at Sacrifice Prices
Women's Union Suits
Basement Women's elastic ribbed
Union Suits in ankle length or knee
length styles, low neck, sleeveless,
with lace and tape trimming. QO
Full range of sizes. Special at mMv
65c Union Suits 45c
Basement Women's Union Suits of
fine quality gauze lisle. Low neck,
sleeveless, with fiber silk tape trim
mings. Knee length style. Ex- A
cellent 65c Union Suits for tcOC
Silk-Boot Hose 22c
Basement Women's Hose with fiber
silk boot, elastic top, double heel
and sole. Some have slight 00
imperfections. Pair at only mmI
Men's 85c Union Suits
JSssemeht Men's summer weight
Union Suits, in white and ecru col
ors. Ankle length, long or wing
sleeves. Fine elastic fabric, ?Q
Perfect in fit and finish. DL
BosUnion Suits 35c
Basement Boys Union Suits for
warm weather wear. Short sleeves
and knee-length styles of good qual
ity Balbriggan. Supply the boys'
needs here Wednesday. Spe- QC
cially priced for this sale at 30C
Children's Hose 10c
Basement Children's and Women's
fine quality Cotton Hose medium
weight, with double heel and toe.
Fast black. Regular ic1(y
Hose. Special now at, pail XUC
Dress Skirts in pop
ular model for nen
eral use. Kxcellent
tions and elites In
variety of dainty
Pat t r n s on good
iunllt v Swins a n (1
Cambric. Widthl Z
to 4 Inches.
Beautiful New Laces
ciennes a ii d Tor
chons for under
wear, dresses, etc.
Also t ho heavier
laces for center
pieces, spreads', etc.
20c - 25c Neckwear
fancy Neckwear in
large assortment of
styles and materials.
Values to 25c. Spe
cial at 10c.
Basement Another great "DOLLAR SALE" of Trimmed
Hats in the Basement Store Wednesday. 200 New Hats just
in by express included in the sale. Sailors, turbans, and
other popular styles, trimmed with flowers, rib- f(
bons, quills, etc. Hats worth up to $3.48. Choice vXeUU
UNTRIMMED HATS, worth up to $2.48 Special 98c I
1 1 I
grade N a ( n s o ok.
stamped and mad
ready for working.
of ntvtty designs.
35c Garden Gloves
Basement of heaw
canvas fa' ed wlru
leather. I e e p
gauntlet. .lust tin;
tiling for wear uixtul
lawn and garden.
Basement Shoe Sale
Extra Special Offerings in Men's,
Women's and Children's Shoes
GIRLS' AND MISSES'
Gypsy Boots with flat heels
and broad, comfortahle
toes. Neatly J- QC
trimmed. Pair vi.OO
BOYS' SHOES with cop
per toes, steel shod soles.
Sizes 10 to 2, $1.69 pair
Sizes 21, to 6. at $1.98
WOMEN'S JULIETS of
soft vici kid with patent
tips or plain toes. Leather
or rubber heels. - Q
Good range sizes Vl A
BAREFOOT SANDALS of Willow Calf, sizes 5 to 8 79c
to tt 89c 2 Yt up $1.29
Cavaliers, Colonials, etc.
Patent, gunmetal, vici kid.
Some with cloth quarters.
Also gray kid pumps.
Scores of styles. Priced
special for this Q- QQ
sale at, the pair pJLUO
WOMEN'S HIGH SHOES
in various popular styles
and leathers, including
White Shoes in button or
special, a pair
c : . I ' at
oiics yi to t, yoC o
50c Fancy Laces
elty laces, allovers.
scores of kinds and
patterns. I, a ; e
worth to 50c at
material, very pop
ular for summer
dresses. K x c ei
t tonally good qual
ity. Special 49c yd.
Wash Goods Sale
Dainty Tub Fabrics.
Pirced Special, Yard
Basement Thousands of yards included in this won
derful sale in the Basement Wash Goods Section
Wednesday. Thrifty, women will avail themselves of
this Opportunity to buy dainty Summer fabrics at sub
stantial saving. In this assortment there are
BEAUTIFUL NEW BATISTES, EMBROIDERED
IN LAVENDER, BLACK, PINK. TAN AND BLUE
STRIPES, VOILES, MAROUISETTES, RICE CLOTH
and Windsor Crepes. Exquisite weaves for dresses,
waists, etc. Come with the expectation of finding an
unusual bargain you will not be disappointed, "j Q
Choice of this entire lot at, the yard JLC
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