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THE-OREGON ; DAILY, JOURNAL, PORTLAND. TUESDAY, MAY. :1G 1916.
-r- SXCHOrOa Y and hakespeax
Vers te combined motlffjJ .t$e
' third AnnHalifcrm hunoh.nn
-lvn yesterday 'In the Eliza
bethan rom of;tl Imperial hotel jr
the Portland Psychology club, markfnsr
the dot of successful and Insplr-.
mg Tear under tn able leadership of
.air, ajva : if . Btepnen. Liuncneon
reservations were limited to 160 and
many were thus barred from attend
ing this altogether delightful affair.
The tattle were decorated Ji .green,
gold and white, spring- blossoms being
used. The program was opened with
group of finely rendered violin nam
bers by Miss Isabel Steele. Mrs. Alice
M, Welster, the founder and fonner
president-of the club, gave aa elevat
ing address on Paet. Present and Future-of
Psychology." Ilartrldge O.
Whjpp captivated his hearers with a
election front ..'The Tempest" and one
I from "AsTeu Like- J t." followed by
"If I .Were King. 'and the clever
i ."Rlngar.,7" Mrs. Whtpp was isvt' hi
planoiv.yMrs. jBtephens. the retiring
president, who presided at the lunch
; eon, spoke briefly on the "Psychology
of Shakespeare" and then Introduced
t the Incoming president, Mrs. Mildred
Kyle, : who spoke happily of her hope
t tor the club in the Xtftare. Mrs. Elean
. or ganford Large gave scholarly In
terpretation from "Hamlet" and from
J : "The Merchant of Venice." Miss Ines
i' Dagmar Kelly' sang - with her usual
-fine splrjt,; "Who Is Bylvlar and "Un
der the Greenwood Tree." with Miss
. Agnes Sean' at the ptano. Mrs. E. P.
Preble, ' president of the Portland
; - (Shakespeare Rtudy club, spoke on
i rWhy W Study Shakespeare," and Mrs.
Julia C. La Barre gave an interesting
. address on "Shakespeare and 'Modern.
('Writers." Much credit Is due Mrs.
Roy ipeterson and Mrs. E. J. . Steele
! who so capably managed the arrange
I raents for the luncheon which was pro
i nounced one of the most delightful af
I . fairs of the spring season.'
1 ' Albany Shakespeare Club Elects.
; The meeting of the Shakespeare club
j of . Albany was held at the home of
: rs. L K. Hamilton on Thursday. Mn.
Weatherford, ex-president, presided
over lbs meeting at which officers for
the ensuing year were elected. Mrs.
Ouy Leweillng wss chosen as new
president; Vice president, Mrs. Bodlne;
secretary, Mrs. Summers; treasurer,
Mrs Penland. The subjects to be
, studied 'next season will be . two of !
DiiftcBiear a worxs, a tragedy or
-history and a comedy.
.Vow 9, a, O. Chapter Organised
The P. E. O. sisterhood has a newly
organised Chapter in The Dalles. Mrs.
,Edw)n Seymour of Forest drove was
'In the city a few weeks ago and while
hers organised the local chapter. The
officers of the new chapter, which is
known as "Q" chapter of Oreeon. are
i president, Mrs. Joseph Stadelman; vice
' 'president, Mrs. Hallie S. Rice; Tecord-
lng secretary, Mrs. R. Davis Maxon;
corresponding secretary, Mrs. Irvln B.
i Warner; treasurer, Mrs. Carlton P.
j Williams; chaplain, Mrs. C. E, Fuller;
! Journalist, Mrs. R. E. Morse; guard,
! , Mrs, Bert Thomas. Mrs. M. R. Mat
j thew.le also a charter member of the
j Ideal chapter.
j , College Women's Club Elects. The
College Women's club QfMedrord met
I Saturday afternoon at the home of
j 'Mrs.' James Campbell on King's High
I ;way,.and the following officers were
1 elected for the year: President, Mtb.
I Clinton McCurdy; vice president, Mrs.
1 K A. Thayer; secretary, Mrs. Wag
I ner of i Ashland; treasurer. Miss Mit
chell of Medford. The Shakespearean
songs by Mrs. C. B. Wolf of. Ashland
were mgniy enjoyed, as was the en
core and lullaby. Mrs. Vernon Vawter,
presiding, was . assisted by Mesdames
Haskinsv Fblpps. Root, and Fielder.
Tn June and final meeting before
summer will be observed by a picnic
llnatoa Association Elects. The
Llnnton Parent-Teacher association
i met at, th school house Friday.. A
'piano solo was given by Sophia Sheik.
Mr. Merrell gave a practical address
on "Thrift." The election of officers
resulted as follows: Mrs. C. O. Ord-
way. reelected president; Mrs. H. Kett
ner, Tics president; Mrs. A. A. Carter,
secretary; Mrs. Edward Cunningham,
treasurer. - k
' Child Legislation Exhibit Here.
The child legislation exhibit prepared
by the Oregon child welfare commis
sion. Which was shown for several days
at Central library. Is now on display In
ths green room of the Oregon building
Under the auspices of the Chsmber of
t Commerce, with Jacob Kanalsr In
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closing successful and interesting year.
charge. It will remain there until
Thursday evening and is open to the
public. Already the exhibit has been
shown in Newberg, McMlnnville, Dal
las and Monmouth and when It closer
at the Oregon building it will be sent
to Toledo, from there io, Corvallis, and
then to southern Oregon towns.
ev. Anderson to Speak. Mrs. J. E.
Banner will be in charge of the pro
gram of Central Union W. C. T. U.
meeting Wednesday at 3 p. m. Rev.
Thomas Anderson will speak on "Sab
bath Observance," Mrs. J. E. Boyer
Smlth will give a reading.
auiwaukl Vnlom to Meet. The Mil
waukle W. C. T. U. win hold a spe
cial meeting in the church tent to
morrow afternoon at 2 p. m. to study
men and . measures. Preliminary to
the coming primary Mrs. Lucia F.
Additon will speak. The women are
cordially invited to attend. This Is
to be a non-partisan meeting.
ICrs. 8 wanton Speaks oa Xnmaae
Worav Mrs. Frank W. S wanton, one
of the moving spirits in the Humane
society and In the Band of Hope-' or
sanitation, has recently addressed
several clubs and Parent-Teacher as
sociations throughout the state in con-
Tectlon with child Instruction along
umane lines. Last week she spoke at
Astoria under Parent-Teacher aus
pices. There was a large and repre
sentative audience and much Interest
I.a Oraade Clnb Vrssents "Melting
Pot." The Neighborhood club of La
Orande last week presented "The Melt
ing Pol." The parts were taken by the
prominent men and women of La
Grande who had been carefully coached
by Mrs. Norman Frees and the affair
ww a great success. The play was
Chapter E to Mest Chapter E of
the P. E. O. Sisterhood will meet with
wr. u. ii. Jones Thursday afternoon
at 2 o'clock. Take Oregon City car to
Clinton. Kelly to Meet. Clinton Kelly
Parent-Teacher association will hold
a meeting at the school Thursday, at
OTifferof ifoe Ibest
2:30 'for election of officers. All are troops will call for experienced men,
invited to be present; Mrs. Alva Lee ! and thereby create promotions and va
Stephens will be the speaker of the : cancies. With the pay given the rank
afternoon. and file it will be easier to recruit men
To Hold Medal Contest. The Wood- for the National Guard everywhere,
stock W. C. T. U. will have a gold medal . Company B Flaas Picnic. Company
contest for a class of boys at the Wood-' b will give a picnic next Sunday at
stock M. E. ohurch this evening at 8 Oswego, and It is to be a military pi j
o'clock. Music by orchestra. Flag nic and full of military events. All
drill by class of girls. All cordially in- members of the company and their
v,ted- j families are invited to attend, ir.clud-
Overlook Club to Elect. The Over- ' lng relatives and friends and neieh-
look Woman's club will meet Friday
evening at 8 o'clock with Mrs. C. W.
O'Brien, 820 Capitol avenue, There t
Will be election of officers.
Will Hold Primary
Party Friday Night.
Elks' Stag Party Prlday Hlgbt. The j
Elks' stag party next Friday night is
to. tv.nn. r.f thAA AirrTr,t .ff.ir.,n lo mm oui ana it is uioug ui ne
that characterize social doings of Port
land lodge. No. 142. Since the estab
lishment of the direct primary the Elks
have held these gatherings on the night
of the primary election, and have com-j with a fidelity that is commendable,
forted the vanquished and cheered the Frequently there is a 100 per cent at
victors of the political encounter as tendance. A young man In this branch
the returns came in. of the military service will acquire a
Simmona Goes to Seaslda-Th r.n.!lar amount or useiui iniormation ap
ital of Oregon has been removed from
Portland to Seaside, so far as the
Modern Woodmen of America are con
cerned. J. W. Simmons, state deputy
head consul, on account of his health,
has been compelled to make the change,
and has taken his desk and stenog
rapher, wife and family to ths sea
American Teomen Will Danoe.
Portland Star homestead, Brolnrhood
of American Yeomen, -announces an
other of its socials and card parties,
to be given next Thursday night at
Moose hall, with union music and
Cards and Bancs for Candidate.
Eureka council. Knights and Ladles
(V MWMIU ll IMi h i ' 1 ' 5SSk
i'i 'i 1 1 im iv - s n . 1 1 1 ii s i
of "Security, , gave a card party and
dance at- W. OWT' Temple last night,
proceeds to . go to the candidacy of
Miss Jewell Carroll, wiio la being loy
ally, supported for queen of the Rose
Festival. There were six beautiful
prises given at cards and a large num
ber of players and dancers-
tTalted lUocabeeg Win Celebrate.
Next Thursday night the United Mac
cabee organizations . of the city will
celebrate together with a social and
supper at Knights of-Pythias nalL X
large attendance is expected. Many
prominent members of the order are
to be present. Judge William X. Ga
ten will b toastmaster.
W. o. W, XiUiichebn Tomorrows
Webfoot camp will hold Us regular
noonday luncheon Wednesday from 12
to 1 o'clock at 128 Second street. All
W. 0 W. are cordially Invited. These
luncheons are being well attended, not
only by members of Webfoot, but other
camps of th Woodmen of the World:
Fraternal Bancs at Beavertoa
Beaverton council, Knights and Ladies
of Security, Ut to give a dance at its
hall in that city on the night of Wed
nesday, May 17. and It is expected that
a' number of visitors from Portland
will be present. Members and friends
Oresham Team Defeated. Webfoot
camp 65, W. O. W., defeated the Gresh
anr baseball team at Gresham Sunday
by the score of 9 to 5. Powers and
Van Hoomissen were the tjattery for
the Woodmen. For games, call P. B.
MacHale, Broadway 920. House 3.
To Xs.rtte Grand Lodge. The Wash
ington grand lodge. Knights of Pythias,
will be formally invited today to at
tend the supreme lodge in a body next
August in Portland. E. M. Lance,
Frank S. Grant and J. Clark compose
the committee whs have gone to Seat
tle to extend the invitation. They will
make arrangements for the visit of
the supreme lodge delegates to the
Rainier national park.
NATIONAL GUARD NOTES
Enlargement of National Guard
Will Make Many Promotions.
Guard Promotions Expected. Should
the present bill in congress enlarging
the National Guard become law, there
will be a number of rapid promotions
among the .commissioned and noi -commissioned
officers. Heretofore some
non-commissioned officers have felt
compelled to forego taking examlna-
-Ltlons for the commissioned positions.
Because there was too much expense at
tached to a commission. The pay given
by the bill will Justify some very capa
ble men coming to the front. The form
ing of new companies, batteries and
bors. The day is to be spent m sports,
maneuvers and dancing. Arrangements
for special trains hav'e been made, the
first to start at 9:10 a. m. Regular
trains run to uswego at frequent in
tervals. - ,
Company K Will Bike. Captain L.
J. A. Pironl has announced to his com
pany that there will be a march taken
next Saturday night as far as Lents,
with military camp on the road and
" early sta,rt next Sunday morning for
Clackamastarget field He want. 45
may do even better.
Taithftu at Drill. The medical corps'
of the Oregon National Guard Is re-
Porting for drill every. Monday night
pllcable to civic life in many ways.
By Vella Winner.
TNG Modesty has no place in the
As a matter of fact. Eve I mean
th old fashioned Eve. who resided
in that traditional fig garden Eve and
the lilies had no advantage over ine
modishly clad women -tf today, at
least In dSplay. The shortness of
skirts for wear upon the streets, the
nothingness of waists and also of
skirts for evening attire, and the not
thereness of the modish bathing suit,
have done their share toward making
milady's toilette most striking ana
what these have left undone, has been
completed by the amazing color
schemes and striping, squaring, spot
ting, checking and otherwise geomet
rizlng of the materials.
A woman clad in a plain colored
suit, with hat to match and with no
screaming feature either in cut or
pattern of goods, would scarcely be
dlscernable upon the landscape today.
What though the short, stout one
whose extremely full skirt is striped
'round and 'round, and whose waist
line has receded Into polaric nothing
ness, look as though if one puahed her
with the little finger she would roll
In any direction. She Is in the mode,
so perish alMdea of the becoming, save
that of becoming more In the mode.
What though she look as though
enveloped in a stripe or no, in two,
for contrast there must be, else why
the chromatic scale in the ocenomy
of nature? '"Awning stripes" have in
some cases developed into "yawning
stripes," which yawn "and gobble up
What though the small woman look
as though lost forever beyond dis
covery, underneath thc-wlde trrim of
the newest sailor? Since It is the
newest, she cares not to assert herself
against Its domination.
As a matter of fact, the day has
coma when it pays to be big. Big hats,
wide stripes, huge squares, checks,
dots, spots and the Immensity of skirt
girth is best borne by the woman of
large proportions. And. yet, an! yet
not yet has arrived the day of the
over-portly. To be large yes and
exceeding tall but to be fat! Imagine
the really fat one with great girth of
skirt! The circus tent - would slink
away In shame and sorrow.
So, after all, we must all be Just
right, evenMn the heyday of the modes'
extremes. Dame Fashion, is a Jealous
dune, and all extremes must be ex
clusively her own, not ours.
CRUMB PUDDING. B p
r o led
'crumbs, one halt cup water. to moisten.
one cup miiK, one . egg,-one fourth , to
-one half cup sugar as needed. Kind
or crumbs used, will determine amount!
of "sugar.. Good combination is rich
cake or cooky crumbs and part tolled
Airs. Gater Tends HerEggs-
FOR many; a day after Miss Chame
leon moved under ths ferns, where
abe could better watch Mrs. Gater
and her rubbish pile full of eggs, there
was much of interest to see.
Every day, and several times a day,
Mrs. Gater came to see that her eggs
were safe. And always she came alone.
Miss Chameleon really thought that it
eggs were so Important as Mrs, Gater
seemed to think they were. Mr. Gater
ought to be curious about them, too.
But wise Mr. Owl said not so said
that Mr. Gater was not curious about
the eggs at all; that all Mr. Gater cared
about was to get. plenty to eat and to
lie ih the sun.
But however that might be it was
quite evident that Mrs. Gater was very
well able to look after brer own eggs.
(Maybe Mr. Oater knew this, and that
was the reasbn he was not concerned!)
She must nave lived very near, for If
any. danger threatened, if any large
creature ventured near enough to step
an the rubbish pile to endanger It, Mrs.
Gater was right there to frighten the
"She ought to be rewarded with a
fine.' big family," said Mlss-vOhame-leon
to herself, when Mrs. Gater had
had an unusually busy day. "'I won
der what she does when she pokes the
eggs around with her nose that way?
It looks as though she was trying to
poke up to the top of the neap the
eggs that nave been on the bottom. I
believe I'll ask wise Mr. Owl if that's
what she does."
So up the tree trunk Miss Chame
leon climbed to ask Mr. Owl her ques
tion. "Dear me, how do I knowT" ex
claimed MrVOwl, testily for, to tell
the truth, he knew no more about alli
gator eggs than he had learned by ob
servation. "Maybe she Is turning them
around. Maybe she is. What do I
care? You're so very curious, Miss
Chameleon!" And he scratched his head
and snapped at his claws so crossly
that Miss Chameleon was only too
glad to scramble safely back down to
earth and the shelter of her ferns.
"He needn't be so cross aout it."
President Wilson Is
Suggested for Prize
Friends Believe Xs Xs in Idas for
40,000 Award If Mads This Teari
Would Ba Second President to Win,
Washington, May IS. (I- N. S.)
Friends of President "Wilson believe
that he Is In line for the Nobel peace
prize of $40,000 If It should be award
ed this year. The prize was not given
last December because of ths war.
Supporters of the president's candi
dacy point out that since December he
has passed through several of the most
difficult crises ever faced by the Unit
ed States and has kept the last great
neutral country from Joining the con
If these hones are realised. Presi
dent Wilson will be the second Amer
ican president to achieve ;thls distinc
tion. President Roosevelt received the
crize In 19G6 In recognition of his serv
ices as mediator between Russia and
24 Killed in Wreck
Caused by Bandits
VlQlstas Operating' Heat Oarraasa
Camp Bob Passengers Fleeing From
Mexico City of Valuables.
San ; Antonio, Texas, May II. (L N.
a t VlllUta hanriitx nn,rttln within
a f-hort distance of Carranza's carapTj
wrecked a train early Friday morning
crackers. Stale macaroons ar deli
cious. Roll crumbs fine, add water
and let soak. Beat egg, sugar and
milk together, add crumbs and bake,
or bteam in top receptacle of smajl
double boiler. Baking requires one
half hour in small, moderate oven;
steaming about an hour. This will
make four moderate servings. Serve
with fruit sauce, hard sauce or cream.
STUFFED MUTTON CHOPS.
Remove bones from six double-ribbed
mutton shops or hav butcher remove
them, replace with sausage meat (about
one fourth pound) and fasten with
skewers, allowing skewers to project
two or three inches. Lay chops in drip
ping pan, dredge lightly with pepper
and salt, and roast for 25 minutes, bast
ing frequently with two tablespoons
butter dissolved In cup hot water.
Place paper frills on skewers and make
gravy from drippings in pan. In serv
ing, arrange chops in circle on -round
chop plate, with peas or vegetables of
day heaped in center, allowing paper
frills on skewers to edge dish.
FOR DIMINISHED NERVE.
FORCE. Cold Piune or showers are
recommeaaeo oy many pny-
sicians for diminished serve force. But
the patient should be sure the advice
is adopted to her Individual case, and
she should be sure of her heart Neith
er the plunge nor the shower should
be taken until a physician has pro
scribed them. Cold sprays upon the
spine given at Turkish baths are tonio
to the nervous system. . The rubber
tube fixtures for a spray can be bought
for 90 cents and can take the place
of the expensive shower attachments.
WHEN SEWING. Tn r
man in wnjr
distinguish when- all are girls under
the present regime of the mode?
z but anvhow he who makta her
own summer clothes, should allow at
least four yards in addition to s the
amount usually required, in ease she
select large figured patterns in her
material, the extra amount given for
matching figures. With the present
fad for big checks, wide stripes and
sprawling figures such matching is an
important part of putting the gown to
11 a, m- THE COTERIE, at Hotel Im-
perial, final meeting for season. An
nual reports and program.
11 a. m. EVANGELISTIC SERVICE
at social center, 171 Mi- Eleventh
street. Speaker, Mrs. Edith White
t p. rn. CSNTRAL W. C. T. V. Ad
. dress by Mrs. J. E. Banner oh "Sab
A REVISED MAXIM. FOR GIRLS.
! (From Judge.)'
You can lead a man to the ham
mock, but you cannot .always make
bim propose! Y . .. .-'
-ws wk, Bk. v '. . ii
'Deaf me, how do I know?"
claimed Mr. Owl testily.
she- said, when she was well out of
sight; "I'll not ask him another ques
tion that I knowt I'll watch and
learn ror myself. But I must say I
hope it won't be long till the eggs
hatchv Mrs. Gater does have to work
And sure enough I Mrs. Gater -did
not have to wait long. The very next
day, when Miss Chameleon looked 'over
toward the rubbish pile, she saw a
dozen or was it a hundred? little
gatersl So tiny and so hungry and
So crawly that they seemed to be
tumbling all over themselves.
"Now I'll have some company my
own sice," said Miss Chameleon, hap
pily; but, dear me I little she knew
about alligators! It wasn't long till
she found that gaters even little
baby gaters have no use for their
cousins, ths chameleons. They wouldn'-t
play with her a minute, and, moreover,
she had to watch to keep from hieing
Tomorrow Kitty Lou's Drink.
near Gtonzales which Is but a short dis
tance north of Queretaro, killing at
least 34 persons. Passengers fleeing
from Mexico City were robbed ' of
money and jewels estimated to amount
to $6000 In value. . Among the passen
gers were a number of American men
and women who were robbed and who
made their way, afoot and half clad, to
Gonsales, nine miles distant.
The news of the bandit attack on
the train was brought to Eagle Pass
Charles Douglas, ths Washington at
torney for Carranza, and Emil poll,
Swiss vice-consul at San Francisco,
and his attorney, A. E. Leckle, of
Washington, were passengers.
Many passengers were killed In the
cars, and a few were shot by the ban
Gits for resisting.
Food that is shortened with or fried in Cottolene is
tempting in appearance and has a delicious whole
someness that is always appreciated. &
Cottolene ia superior for shortening biscuits, pie
crusts and pastries and for frying doughnuts, fish,
chicken, vegetables, etc. No special instructions
are required for its use. -
Ask your grocer to deliver regular supplies of Cottolene,
It is packed in pails of convenient sizes.
You may use toy old favorite recipe
carefully, the oven may be just
The Power behind the Dough" is
1 t t. 1 ..... .
ana mate u tight, digestible, wholesome.
Good baking without good baking
(. oasjfiur nwder hat woodertul
tne bowl sad in the ores
Takm no chanem$
and havm "good
, At all
ELLIOTT & SHERMAN PRESENT
j 1 (k? j
1000 Seats......... 25c
1000 Seats... 50c
800 Seats ....75c
At the Theatres
COtrMBIA Sixth betwvea Wsahtagtos' and
.SUu-k. Motion plctwca. "HeU's Hinsa"
tXcUngle-loce), fettarlng William J. Hart.
.. Comedy. . Pictured newt treats, scenic. 11
A .. tn 11..
GLOBE Washington at XIavratfe. Mottoa pie.
ure. uaTiii. Chans of program eaiiy,
Uiii i o 11 p. m.
HKILIO Broadway it Taylor. PhotopUy,
"Birth of B-Nstkm' (D. W. Griffith), ae
: eompaaied by fb piece orchestra, 2: p. su,
8:16 p. m.
HIPPODROME (Orphaum) Broadway at
Yamtam Vaudeville, reatnre, Charles Beilly
. and His Ooueena. Motion plcturea. "Wbo'i
Guilty?", (fatae), faaturlag Anna fclllaon. 1
' P. IB. tO It P UK,
tT RIG Fourth 'and Stark. Musical comedy.
Dillon and King, 2:50, T:80 and 0:10.
MAJESTIC WaaL!ntoa. at Park. Motion pie
.. tares. Charlie Chaplin In "The Floorwalker"
(Mutual!. kOeenor Oljrna "One Iaf," 11 a
tn. to 11 p. m.
OA ICS PARK On Oregon City carlloe (Depot
First and Alder) Outdoor amuaemenuw bath
ing, roller akating, TaudeTlUe feature, Mta
. Harriet Leach, coloratura aoprano, 10 a. m.
to It p. tn. V
FA NT Au8 Broadway at Alder. TaudtTUle.
Feature, musical remedy, ''Tangoland," 2110,
Feature Junior. Rerue of 1910. 2.80. 7:30
and 0:15 week daya. Continuous from 2:13
STRAND Park. at Stark. Tindetllle. reatnre,
Okmlal Minatrel Ma Ida. Motion plcturea,
'EluaiTe laabel" (Bluebird), featuring Flor
ence Lawrence. 1 p. m. to 11 p. m.
T. A O. Broadway at Stark Motion plcturea.
Teature. "Glorla'a Romance" (Melon fea
turing BUUe Bark. "Dollars sad tne Wo
men," featuring Ethel Clayton.
ART MUSEUM Fifta and Taylor, noun 3
to fi week day a; it to S Saudaya. Free art
crnoona of Tuetday, Thursday, Friday, Satur-
day and Sunday.
THE Junior Revue of 1916 mostly
girls, Is the big act In the billing
at Pantages this week, and it is
the big act In the estimation of the
audiences that saw the Initial per
formances of this big aot yesterday.
The act is a series of impersonations
of the prominent people in th theatri
cal world, and the counterfeits are
splendid. The play is a long one, re
quiring more than an hour to dispose
of; yet, notwithstanding this, the audi
ences did not seem satisfied to Jet the
performers go. The act Is well staged,
the singing la good and the girls are
all very young and very good looking.
The program throughout is a good
one. There is an unusually good ven
trlllqulst, the "Great Howard" does
some eeeminciy impossible' thlnrs with
his voice. He comes near to living up
to bis boast that he actually throws
A clever number Is Clair and Atwood.
They do a lot of acrobatic comicalities
in pantomime, and they win them
selves a gool number of laughs.
A happy combination of funniakers
is Clayton and Lennle, the one a liapple
chappie and the other an Kngllsh
Johnny. Th "Iron Claw," Pathe'g
serial. Is now in its seventh revela
tion of the perilous performances of
Pat he's Pearl.
Mae Marsh Almost Meet Here.
It is a well known fact that lovers
of photoplays have their favorites
among the actor in the cast, and rave
over their cleverness and personal
charm as if they were before them on
the legitimate stage In actual flesh
and blood. . Mae Marsh, who plays
and the best of materials and make it
right, yet you will have a failure if
not the right one to leaven it propefiy
. r T
powder is out of the question.
leavening power, sad the double acbot
makes good results doubly certain.
of fa'Jaruf K C
lack" tvmry fun.
25c, 50c, 75c,
$1, $150, $2
25c, 50c, 75c,
W Seats. 75c
800 Seats..... .....50c
1000' Seats ..;.25c
t Flora Cameron, te younger, daughter
In ths southern knnuhnM ' In - "Tim
Blrta of a Nation," at ths Helllg the
atre, by her successful appearance, tn
main v nnninninu. i,-. . a.
work In that play, has built up wdn
cerrui rouowing by her self -like charm
and nalv personality, in the aext tew
days Miss Marsh will be seen tier in
a new Triangle release, entitled, ."A
Child of the Paris Street." which Is:
a story of th Apachea of the French
cauuai. it i n.. h rih .r - vt.i.h"
were to stay here a few hours after
next Satnrdav n4ht fi. n , w ..... i
m . ..-, .".on ,u. o 1 1
w vtv mueiy aiiierent DUl
extremely emotional roles in two dlt
xarani foriiann r neutron .in....
ously .. r;.Mi
Film Has Record Run Here, i f
"The Birth of the Nation" u In Us
third week at the Helllg, marking th
longest time that a nhotooiav has ve
been exhibited In one theatre in Port
land. The remarkable feature about
th film Is that it could be shown in
Portland a second fima at all. to aav
nothing of running for longer than
the first time. "The Birth of the
Nation" wit close its present engage
ment here Saturday night.' i
Presentation on Grand ScaleJ ! ;
wuiiam Fox's million dollar Annette'
Kellermann picture. Just completed in
Jamaica Is to be mounted. It la declared
by the producer, as no motion ploture
has ever been offered to ths publlo
before. A noted composer is juit com
pleting a special ecor for the picture
and those who have heard th rrtueid"
pronounce It to be one of th most dis
tinctive musical achievements Of a
decade. The picture will be shown at
advanced prices In th best theatres
In the larger cities of America, The
film itself being a de lux production.
Us presentation will be on a scale com
mensurate with Its Importance. (Early
in June now seems to be the time for
the first presentation. i .
Fumigating tanks, In which railroad
cars can be run and subjected to rases.
have ben Installed in several German
Chat No. 9 !
MUSICAL selection played by
ths Ladies' Columbian Or
chestra with vocal and instra
mental solos sr th feature offer
ing of ths entertainment program
given daily at 2s30 and 8t30 P.
M. In the park auditorium. Miss
Harriet Leach appears in two
solo numbers, while the singing
of- specialty selections by Miss
Gertrude Hoebsr, s member of
ths orchestra, has proved to be
particularly pleasing to visiters.
Picnic parties ar availing them-
selves of th new accommodations
.in the form of picnic pavilions,
rustic bowers and th popular
kitchenette. Yeaterday several
tables were well filled with those
who enjoy ths pleasure of a
basket lunch in th open.
Dancing is now bIng indulged
in by patrons. Th excellent
floor of the danc hall has been
set in condition and, with orches
tra music of a high order, we ar
sure you will find dancing a pop-.
ular diversion at ths park.
The Miniature Railway has won
th hearts of Portland youngsters.
Every day since th opening cer
emonies of the road wer per
formed, trsinload upon trainlosd
of kiddies and grown-ups hv
mads th journey around ths
Special car service is now si
forded from First and Alder,
streets to the park. Cars leavs
very feyr imnutai in addition to '
the servic obtained Fiom th in
terurban lines of Greshem, Ore
gon City, Bull Run snd Estacada.
Launches leavs from th west
nd of Morrison-street bridge for '
JOHN F. CORD RAY.
Watch the Chat Daily
for Oak; Park Event
Money Given Avray
in Front of the'
Now Playing Entire
Fourth and Stark
(rorroerir orpneomj ;.
MOADWAT IT TaJC&HX,
Oemplet Cbanc Sunday sad WedaseSar.
Come Early All Seats
' HATTWEES. 10c i rVEHWOg. t .
(SUNDAY, ALL SEATS ISo.)
Ceattsoovs rerformaaoes 1 te 11 t. JC.
IHS VS10S, : tr. f4.'i-t
REVIEW OF 1916.
Vsodevtlle'svblKsmt snd merrleat msslesl pre
. . . . diu-flon caat of 25. , . 't ,
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sees. : Csrtaia MM T aad S. '
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