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-JUST- WHAT HAPPENED "OVER THERE" SEE" NEXT feUN DAY'S JOURNAL
The Jury, passim? on the prisoner's life, : v"" ..
May in the sworn twelve have a thief or two , i , , .
Guiltier than, him they try. . ' " ,
Shakespeare. ft - '!.
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Where Oed hath a temple-the (devil will; have a chapel. Burton.
Corbett- Country. Home to Be
Setting for. Unique Enter-
'.;. '. tainment.
. By Telia Werner
THE beautiful country home of - Mr.
and Mra. Henry I Corbett at Dun
thorpe wUl be the setting for a pjrogram
fancy swimming, diving and life saving,
to be given Tuesday afternoon of next
week" by . Miss Katharine LaldlAw,
dancer, and Miss Millie Schloth, assisted
by some of her younr girl students In
aquatic sports. The lovely . garden of
the Corbett home will form a perfect
'background for the dancing and spa-
clous swimming pool edged with stately
trees will ideal for the water sports.
Miss Laid! aw will be assisted by Jef
v. fries' orchestra and will present the fol
lowing dances t "The Dryad," "The
, Parthenon, "The Nautch Olrl of Be--
pares,". "Bluette" and "Prim Vera."
i This program offers this gifted dancer
: an excellent opportunity for a Wide va--:,
rlety of work and her costumes will be
notably artistic and attractive. Miss
r Schloth is accounted one of Portland's
moat successful swlmmlnar teachers and
i she promises -some exciting . work from
; her girls..,. . -
. Tickets may be had from Miss -Laid-I
law. Main 9000. Those attending may
: take the Southern Pacific train leaving
, Fourth and Alder streets at S :56 and get
or at Rivera station, where they will
be met by automobiles.
. The lew Drop Inn club, composed of
' 'young girls, is- planning a large and
' elaborate garden party to be given, the
afternoon and evening of Saturday, July
.28. at the home of Mrs. F. A. Douty,
1441 Belmont street, the' entire proceeds
to go to the fund for Armenian relief.
7 The beautiful garden surrounding the
home will be made gay and attractive
with booths and Oriental lanterns. Cool
; Ing refreshment end home made sweets
win oe on sate.
A. program will- be presented , both
eiternoon ana evening, inotuamg reaa
ings by Mrs. C M. Hail and Miss Myr
- tie Jacobeoa; solo dances by Miss WI1-
berta Babbldge -and several of her pu
llh ;. cello, piano and violin numbers by
Vivian Le Dory, Hazel Babbldge and
Hilda Faust; vocal solos by Sergeant
1 1 1 a. ti. .. .- I - . i . . ,
cornet sola by Mrs. Shrader. The ac-
- corapantots will be Hulda Faust and
' .Virginia -Owens. :
"A , novelty will be Introduced in the
way of a wanderings minstrel who will
dispense musie among the tables where
refreshments wilt be . served. The pa
trons and patronesses for the evening
will be: Mr. and, Mrs. M. D. Owens,
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Douty, Mr. and Mrs.
N. F. Johnson, Mrs. J. F. Faust. Mrs.
" J. C. Hare, Mrs. John Kennedy, Mrs. A.
' It. Averili and Mrs. O. Bants. .Mies
"Marjorie Crittenton is the president of
the club." She is being assisted by a
; committee in arranging- the affair.
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Mies Bally, Lewis has returned from
Seattle, "where she was the guest of Mrs.'
Ned Adams. -
Mr. and - Mrs. Joseph Goodman and
children left today for Gearhart for a
stay of several weeks.
i .Mrs. Mattie M. Sleeth, state president
of the Oregon W. C. T. U., has started
on an extended trip In the interest of
the; Jubilee drive and general work of
the W. C T. U. She will'speak In Rid
dle. Medford. Central Point and -at the
Ashland Chautauqua,.' then go on to
Klamath Falls. Returnlng she wUl 'fill
dates at Eugene, Gardiner, Myrtle Point,
Powr. Ranrinn. MarahflnM. r!nniilll
and North Bend.
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i.t Among the .Portlanders who motored
to Seaside and Astoria last ' week-end
were Mr. and Mrs. B. Boardman, Miss
Mable Phelps. Miss, Coring Phelps and
James t Michael Vranizan, president of
-the newly organised 364th field hospital
company society. . The party visited
friends and relatives in the lower
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r The 0-"W. R. R. as N. Employes club
will give a dance this evening aboard
the boat "Swan" leaving the Jefferson
street dock at 8:30 o'clock. The com
mittee in charge Is as follows: George
F. Koch, chairman. Edith Altnow. Edna
Hepp. Irene Crerar, Mm. Theresa C.
Depue. Audrae Gentry. Ruth Smith, Amy
, Tea must be good on
the bush before you can
makei it good in the cup.
Common tea is made from
thefrank coarse leaves of
the tea-plant and : is full
of tannin. SchillinsfTeais
'ma'de. from- the young
tender leaves and is full
of te-flavor. r '
Schilling Tea costs
'more per pound, but less
If you want to pay less
at a time, get a small
package of ; Schilling Tea.
r i Ther 0 jonr flaron of Schilling
' Tea Japan, Ceylon India, -Oolong,
t English BieaxfasL All one quality. In ,
, t parchmjn-lined moisture-proof packages.
"-' At gTOcers'evervwhere. -.
Jl Schilling. & Co San Francisco
vL !2i1.-wl-- Loll
" i POOR Chinese motherjicar Shanghai has brought her two
V girl babies to the baby market to be sold to the highest
bidderi according to the popular custom among the poor
Chinese. ' Girls are considered a liability rather than an asset
in China. . , - . : ' - r ' . -
Klum, Myrtle Holton, Ann - Herman,
Julia Smith. ElUabeth Ritchie. Cather
ine Muschalik, Martha Herman, Mrs. N.
W. Kinard, Bertha' Ii Morris, Marie
Tydeman, R. W,' Blrgfeld, Joe Murnane,
William Schuldt. K. N. De Brauwere,
I W. Hobbs, Charles Hofeldt, Ralph
Lacey. Frank Laukat. John W. Magers.
George D. Schade, Roy 11. Swinl, Lloyd
Suckow. ? i
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The Decern Girls', club was very "de
lightfully entertained by Miss Blanche
Roark Tuesday evening at the summer
home of Mrs. T. J Evans on the Clacka
mas river. After the meeting most de
licious refreshments were served and
the party enjoyed a, moonlight motor
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Dr. W. I. lockwood, Helen May
Lockwood. Mrsl D. Lockwood. Don
ald XiOCkWOod.r aW Of 4605 Sixty-fifth
avenue southeast, left Portland on
Julyi l6ior av trip through Southern
Oregon, California and into -Old.Mexico.;
Dr. Iockwood and his son will stop at
Los Angeles for a medical tost gradu
ate course. , 'S. u-Jili. '"A lS-
Mrs. Henry Palling and three chil-
dren have gone to .. Sea; View for an
extended. stay.-j ;'"-v- .
The marriage of John W. Ziniker and
Miss Benuce Grout was solemnized at
the residence of Mr. anJ Mrs. Herman A.
Parrott, 434 East Thirty-seventh street,
Tuesday evening, July 15, Rev. J. J.
Staub; D.D of the Sunnysjde Congrega
tional church officiating., . . . . . .
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Mr. and Mrs.; Joseph E. Wi throw of
705 Davis street and their 'house 'guests.
Mr. and Mra Ralph, p.. Close of Chicago,
left today for a motor trip to Rainier
Mrs. D. D, Clarke has gone to Tacoma,
where she will be the guest of her daughter-to-law.
Mrs. Ralph Clarke, several
days. : -. .
Sumner Woman's Relief corps "will not
meet Saturday ) evening this week, on
account of Saturday being G. A. R. day
at the Chautauqua and all members are
asked to take well ; filled baskets and
attend. The badge of the post and
corps will admit to the grounds.
The Tacomal Country dub was the
scene of a handsomely appointed lunch
eon Tuesday afternoon when Mrs. Llew
ellyn Jones entertained In compliment to
Mrs. Ralph Matson, wife of Dr. Matson
of Portland, who is at Camp Lewis since
his arrival from overseas, and Mrs. D.
G. Oldenborg (Masie MacMaster), wife
of Captain Oldenborg, who Is also at
Camp. Lewis. The tables were gay In
their decoration or brtgnt rea ramoiers
placed in baskets of old Ivory. Covers
were placed for 35. :
Captain Joseph F. Quirk, Q. M. C who
has been in overseas service since June,
191$, passed through Portland Monday
on his way to Camp Lewis, where he will
be discharged, after which he win re
turn to Portland within a few days.
Mrs. Patrick Bacon has as her house
guest Mrs. E. J. B rower and Miss Vera
Brower of Seattle. Informal excursions
into the country and picnics are helping
to make their visit pleasurable.
-. . .
: Mr. and Mrs. .William Drury and son
aVe down. from Tacoma fer a few days
and are stopping at the Hotel Port
land. ' ' ' .'.
Miss Lois Nitchy is the house guest of
Miss Beatrice Peeples of Seattle. .
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. Mr. and Mrs. Bamuel Kerr were hosts
at a large and delightful dinner given
Wednesday, evening in honor of Dr. and
Mrs. Edgar P.r Hill of New York, who
are vlsiOrib , in Portland. Dr. Hill wiU
be remembered as a former pastor of the
First Presbyterian church of this city.
The table was beautifully decorated in
Dorothy Perkins roses.- Covers- were
placed for : Dr. and Mrs. Hill, Judge
and Mrs. Wallace McCamant. Dc. and
Mra C. R. - Templeton, Mr. and Mrs.
Fletcher Linn. Mr. . and Mrs. A. F. Pa
tuUo. Mr. and Mra Fred Strong, Dr. and
Mrs. Hunter W&ells, Mr. and Mrs. George
Lawrence, Miss Isabel Kerr. Miss." Ella
Stephens, Miss , Margaret Templeton,
Mies Vida Nichols. Dr. Angela Ford
Warren. Dr. David Kerr, Dr. A. F.
Nichols and the hosts.
Mrs. : Harry ? Beal Torrey has Invited
in a few girls for this afternoon at her
home in . Eastmoreland . to meet - Mrs.
Walter Church (Bernice McGregor).
The honor guest in a former Astoria girl
and guests were limited to a score of
her former friends. ' Mr. ; and Mrs.
Church, whose marriage was an event
of the spring, have recently , come to
Portland to live. Mr. Church is a sob
of Mrs. P. L. Campbell of Eugene.
Mrs. William, T. Foster, is visiting
Crater Lake. ; Dr. Foster is still In the
Miss Virginia McKenxle is planning to
leave soon for Japan where, she will
enter the missionary work of the.Pres
Dyterian cnurcn. auss - MCKensie is a
graduate of Portland academy and of
Reed college and for the past two years
haq been on the teaching staff of the
latter institution. Mrs. Fletcher Xann
."'..'Kl: J"1 til
y. .'.:.!. ::.'. . . v : v.o. :: ...-
will give a- tea next week for Miss Mo
The . Social Workers club, of which
A. R. Gephart Is ' president, will bo
hosts at a reception to be given this
evening-at Central library for the; fac
ulty and students of the extension de
partment and summer school of the
T . i m r .
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All members of George Wright Worn
ait's Relief corps are urged to attend
the Chautauqua at Gladstone park Sat'
urday afternoon and to take a picnic
luncheon to be served after the session.
The badge will admit all W. R. C. mem
bers. t-.!.'.,-t.-.,r,:,.-:;:v..,,...,. ..
Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker have gone
to Crater Lake for a short stay, mak
ing the trip- by motor.
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'Miss Susan acon, head of the depart
ment of romance language at Reed col
lege, is enjoying a visit with relatives
on the Atlantic coast. "
Mrs. Samuel. Kohs of Eastmoreland is
visiting relatives in New York.
F. D. Kribs, son of ; Fred 'A. Kribs of
WestOver Terrace, recently, arrived from
overseas, having spent the past year and
a : half in the navy.- 'During that time
he saw something of France England,
Ireland and Scotland. - Soon after his t
turn, Mr., and Mrs. Kribs entertained
with a handsomely appointed ' stag din
ner for him, the guests Including 14 of
his boy friends who were recently dis
charged from service. ? 1
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The" many , Portland friends of Mrs.
Benjamin F. Weaver of Irvingrton " will
be interested ' to know of the delightful
visit she is - having In the - east. She
was for several days the guest of Mrs.
Harlan Curtis, formerly 'of Portland,
now of Pittsburg, and now she and Mrs.
Curtis are enjoying a trip to . Boston
and New.-York. J - t
Mrs, J. Frank' Watson and Mrs.
Charley F. Bee be ' have returned from
a delightful outing; spent in the vicinity
of McKensie bridge and Lost lake,
Mrs. Alice Benson Beach, who Is
spending the summer at Seaside, is in
the city for a few days.
Dr. and Mrs. J. B. BUderback will'
entertain Saturday evening with a small
dinner party at the Waverley club.
Mrs. Helen A. Glover of Helena,
Mont., is the guest of Mrs. C. T. Hoge
at Jennings Lodge. x
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Charles Voorhies, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Gordon Voorhies, Is 'enjoying a
e. jr eaei--r----------- - .ammth w '
VS5aT I - f Kit 1 AS
YOU can't get away from the fashion
for capes, even if you do not care
, They , are as thick as destroyers on an
airplane route from Newfoundland to
the Azores. The choice to make is be
tween capes, not between a coat and a
cape. You may be extravagent and buy
half ., a dozen ; you may take a simple
frock and throw over it a cape made of
two or three contrasting' shades of tulle
bordered with ostrich feathers or sable.
Surely, that ;ls a bit of extravagence.
And yet. there are women who Indulge
in It thie first summer of peace.
ALSO BEMTJRE OUES
You may have a dark brown or blue
cloth cape 1 lined : with ' foulard, with
straps that go around the waist and
over the shoulder and use It as a com
fortable traveling companion or as a
wrap- to keep off the dust of the city
or thd chill of an evening.
Between these two, one standing for
economy and one for extravagance, there
are agreeable compromises. If one does
not wish to indulge in a garden of capes,
a - little thought, some Ingenuity and
good judgment will result in a cape that
serves for all .occasions and does not
make you conspicuous , at . any time.
Every woman knows how. hard -At Is to
get .a garment that win appear well on
different occasions. ; ':: " .
It is said that In Paris women who
could not j afford two evening gowns
wore their decollete, sleveless frocks to
the jnatinee. ; - ,
Once upon a time there was a large
segment of American women who did
practically the same thing. They wore
their evening gowns in the afternoon,
with tulle guimpes. But that was in
the days of real 6 o'clock parties, when
the shades were lowered, when punch
was served, when there was music and
dancing, ice cream and cake, and when
women -tried to look their loveliest. -THE
CAPE OF ECONOMY
Maybe those days will come- back. If
the world keeps shifting around- and
women feei that things are too uncer
tain for them to spend much money ; but
whether they come or not, there are
garments tnat combine qualities which
make L them quite permissible and ' ac
ceptable for different, occasions. .
One can get hold of a cape that serves
for any afternoon and l does Its duty
agreeable and with amiability in the eve
ning. Such a costume is shown in the sketch.
The woman who wears it knows it is a
It is of black satin, with a cape, im
mense hip drapery. narrow hem and
a- broad roll collar. The cape is lined
with black chiffon except where the
drapery opens into wide pockets at the
hips; silver cloth is placed there.
The" edge of the cape, which Is Vic
torian in outline. Is trimmed with silver
gray ostrich feathers. This is an ex
pensive touch, i but . there ; are several
other kinds of trimming that would
serve as well.- t '
Every family has its cache of ostrich"!
visit at "The Ferns," the country; home
of Mr. and Mrs. Fv W.Leadbetter,near
Camas, Wash. ' ,' a
'Mrs. .J. P Cook, who. with her family.
Is spending the summer at Gearhart,
gave a charming little luncheon Tues
day at Miss Oliver's attractive new tea
house. Into which the Knowles cottage
has been transformed
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Mr. and Mrs. John R. Latourette have
gone to Seaside for an indefinite stay.
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-Mr. and Mrs. , Ambrose Cronin and
Mrs. J. P. Cronin are . occupying the
Lombard cottage at Gearhart.
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Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Corbett and chil
dren are established in the Smith cottage
-at Gearhart for the remainder of the
, Mrs. H. C,: Wortman has gone to
Eugene to spend the week end with rel
' Mrs. Max II. Houser has as her very
charming house guest. Miss Darlene
Kimball of Salt Lake, for whom much
Informal entertaining is being done. Mrs.
. : ?
Economy cap -Aich serves for after
noon and evening. It is of . black
satin trimmed with white ostrich.
There is wide drapery at the hips
and a . tight hem. - It is lined with
silver cloth.. , . . . , - .-
feathers saved for. several generations
and sometimes the most elaborate-look.
lng prnamntation is merely the result
of pilfering from ibis family cache..
Houser entertained'. Thursday evening
with a picnic at her' country home and
today Mrs. Chester Murphy Is giving a
luncheon of eight covers for Miss Kim.
ball. ' -
Bat Not a Joy Forever :
Young Tom Toots was In the country
and had been Invited to the beautiful
home of a sweet yoUng thing; named
Agnes.. . . . --'..:'"::. .v-v"
,,rWhat a charming place," he said,
enthusiastically, to Agnes' proud paternal
parent. "Does - it go as far as those
woods over there?! .
i Tt does," remarked the somewhat
unsympathetio father. .-
"Ah." said Tom. cheerily, "and to that
old stonewall over there, sir?"
"It does," came the gruff answer, "and
it eoes as far as the river on the south
and to the main road on the north. '
"Beautiful!" put in Tom.
"Yes," went on the old man, "but It
doesnt go with Aggie !"
TBJERES 02TJYI OUlB WAY
to secure a satin skin. Apply Satin Skin
Cream.: then Satin Skin Powder Adv.
Thbusands of the men: and
women now get real joy out of
swimming in a Jantzen Suit. The
famous rib-stitch gires
that wonderful fit; it
holds the shape as long as -you
wear it. Makes swim
ming easier, too, by giv
ing;f ree play to your
See the display of Jant
zen Bathing Suits at bet
ter stores. Look for -the;
PertnamtJi MsT8. Ce. jl - Weedard, OtAm ft Ca
inn w B. MeBDiau St V. .
Bonhsw Onrrt.r, St. dobs .,
: - Bum, Co.. Ontea CHr.
v - Fmrtlaad KalttiBS Stores. .
le Third and 146 Bretdway:
'". W. Clothes Vbm. Tseeoew, Wats,
4k Morris . .. lOldt, Wortmaa A Kiss
Dr. Boyd Honor
Guest at v
Aitairs , .
Rotary Club and -Presbyteisan
Church" Members - Join; With '
I Other Friends at Farewell. '
The, departure Thursday by motor of
Dr. John H. Boyd and the Misses Boyd
was marked by an unique farewell' af
fair given under the auspices of the' tto
tary club and' participated In by : mem-
bers of that organization. . members of
the First Presbyterian church and other
friends, who made up a motor party to
accompany the Boyds on the first lap' of
their Journey eastward. At Wahkeena
falls, where the Rotary club fountain is
located,- a delicious picnic sapper was
served. Dom Zan sang and short ad-t
dresses were made by Estes Snedecor
and D. A;' PatuUo,' after which' Samuel
Lancaster -presented Dr. Boyd ? with" a
copy of his book of the" Columbia river
highway. After many fond goodbyes
and good, wishes the guests of honor
continued toward Chicago, 'which city is
to be their future home.' - - - -
Among ' the many-' delightful'; affairs
given in honor of Dr. John H. Boyd and
the Misses Boyd, none -was more please
ureable than the dinner given by Mr. "and
Mrs. Fletcher Linn last' Friday evening.
A bowl of richly hued nasturtiums cen
tered the table, at which - covers - were
placed for Dr. Boyd. Miss Louise Boyd,
Miss Elizabeth" BoydT Mr.- and ; Mrs.
Samuel C Karr. Mr. and Mrs. A. F.
Patullo. Mr. and Mra R. W.t Shepherd.'
Mr. and Mrs. David A. Patullo, Mr. and
Mrs. F. I. Fuller and the hosts. -
l A Handy Man to Have TAround
. From Cartoons Uacuin
"Rastus. how is it you have given up
going to church?" asked Pastor Brown.
"wen, san," replied Rastus, "its die
way. I likes to take an active part; an
I used to pass de collection basket, but
day's give de Job to Brothah Green who
ject returned Torn Ovah Thal-atu"
'la recogniuon or his . heroic service,
"No, sah, I reckon he rot dat Job in
reco'nition o' his having lost one o' his
Now Is the Time to Get Rid of These
Ugly Spots "
There's no longer the slightest need
of feeling ashamed of your freckles, as
Othlne-double strength la guaranteed
to remove these homely spots. -";,',:
,. Simply get an ! ounce of Othine
double strength from any druggist and
apply a little of It night and morning
and you should soon see that even the
worst freckles have begun to disappear.
while the lighter ones have vanished
entirely. It Ja seldom that more than
an ounce Is needed to completely clear
the skin and gain a beautiful, clear com
plexion. . f
Be sure to ask for the double strength
Othlne as this is sold under guarantee of
money back if it falls to remove freckles.
Adv. -.' y-v :-- v:"
Hot water . :
FO R I N D I G EST1 0 H
j . ' ; Beauty
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The Sunday 'Journal
" . - :Nexi
n TlSS ESTHER CIRCLE,
IVl daughter of Captain arid
" Mrs. H. A. Circle, who
was bridesmaid at the Caver
Burton wedding late in June.
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Hot Summer Sun ,
Trying on the Compleidc::
How to Protect Your Skin and Bring Rozzz to
... .' . Your Cheeks
A Free Oatmeal-Preserlptlee Doet Xtf
Work Overnighti Yon Caa Pre
v pare It at Home. v
New Tot-it Exposure to sun. dust and
wind has a very, bad effect upon the skin
and complexion. There is a way to over
come this. "It H"my own discovery and
takes Just one night to get such marvel
ous results," 'says Mae Edna Wilder,
when her' friends ask her about her
wonderful complexion and- the improved
appearance of her hands and arms. "You
can do the same thing if you follow my
advice., she says. "I feel it my duty to
tell every , girl - and woman what : this
wonderful, prescription did for me. I
never tire of telling others Just what
brought about' such remarkable results.
Here is the identical prescription that
removed every defect from my face,
neck, hands and arms. .Until you try it
you can form no idea of the marvelous
change it will make in Just one applica
tion. The prescription which you can
prepare at your -own home Is as follows :
"Go to any grocery store and get 10
cents worth of ordinary oatmeal and
from: any drug store a -bottle of Dr
willo. Prepare the oatmeal as directed
ia. every package of Xerwil!o and apply
night and morning. The first applica
tion will astonish you. It makes the skin
appear transparent,-smooth and velvety.
I especially recommend Usi method for
a sallow skin, shiny nose,-freckles, tan,
sun spots, coarse pores, rough skin, rud
diness, wrinkles and in fact every blem
ish the face, hsfend-i and arms are heir
to. If your neck or-chest is discolored
from exposure, s apply this combination
there and the objectionable detect wilt
disappear.-. It Is absolutely harmless and
will not produce or stimulate a growth
of hair. No matter how rough and un
gatnly the hands and arms or what
abuses they have had throueh hard work
and exposure to sun and wind, this oat-
By J. D. Ashwell
By Hapsburg Liebe
twbxlever short, stories that will
furnish entertainment to readers-' of
Bflf'HC9A CH1LDS HARGRCAVE3
::--Si-'- ;(OP POSfTUAIHO ) S
Shrubs are sometimes "Infested with
ants. There is cause to suspect root
aphis when ants are detected, for the
two : insects" often" appear together. A
strong solution of tobacco tea made ly
steeping- the stems will kill both ants '
and aphis, it -should be applied freely,
on the foliage and about the roota If
an ants' nest is situated where vegeta
tion will not be Injured by the applica
tion, boiling water will eradicate " them
Instantly. ... .
Contrary to general opinion, bees do
not eat berries and fruit unless the '-ek.n
has - been broken. Raspberry growers
complain of them, but the damage i-
nearly always done by wasps, thouch
when the Juice Is exudinjg the bees will
gather U.- ' --
,Give an occasional soaking clear down
to all shrubs and trees that were plant
ed this spring.' Many prom is in tr tre-a
die the first season from lack of mois
ture at. the roots. A mulch of manure
or lawn clippings will help to retain the
If the early cultivation was property
done, there will -be very light work in
the garden from this time until the
end of the" season. '
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Si'-' .Too .Much ; Like , War .1'
Tram tlte Satardar Erntn Yol
"What do you think of this war?" re
peated a negro regular after an officer
who found him dejectedly sitting on a
log In the Argonne. "Well, boss, I'll tell
you what X think ot It. It ain't like the
Spanish war. ' In that there war we
went-out a, little and sat 'round, and
then went out again and then sat 'round.
And It was easy and comfortable. And
in the Philippines we had a little f ightin'
now and then to do, and a lot of rent vn".
But this war Boss. 'I say to you that
this Is Just naturally my last world's
meal Derwillo combination will work a
wonderful transformation in 12 hours st
the most. 5 Thousands who have uh;1 It
report the same results I have hack
Miss O. C says: "My complexion m
poor and my ekln rough. My neck, chest,
hands and arms were dark from ex in
sure. The very first application of thin
wonderful Derwillo-oatmeal combustion
convinced me that my poor complexion
and - skin blemishes would soon a
thing of the past W a few -w ks U
these unsightly defects had entirely ow
appeared and I shall always
keep my complexion at its best ail
time. I nave recommended it to my F'rl
friends and they are Just as enthusiastic
over it as I am. We aU use it before m
Ing to the theatre. dnri or parties nd
It's wonderful what a difference It makes
In our appearances." -.
Mrs. O. V. writes: "Oatmeal and Der
w'lllo have worked hiiraclea ith my
complexion. I had many despised wrin
kles and a sallow, rough skin. My hunrin
and arms were covered with frecMen.
After eight weeks' use f Mae Kdna Wtl
der's wonderful complexion prescription
these objectionable defects have en
tirely vanished. I look lt years youn-r
and advise every girl and woman to try
it and feel confident after one or two
applications they wlU'use It continually
and be Just as favorably impressed with
it as I am. I recommend It to all of
NOTE To set the very best effect he ur to
follow U complete directions contained In trf
package ot Iarwlllo. If 00 hT anly to It I'"
wlllo and oatmeai.- Toe ttacd notbing elM, and It
la ao aistpte that anr on. oaa um it. and o iim-n-ruiT.
that any kid of woman eaa afford it,
Tba mann(aetarra and dmcctata SHaranti that
there will ba a notlcaabla lnpro.mit alter ti.
first appUoaUoa or titay will ratond tba inoii.y. Ii
la soht In thla eity tinder S money refund i.rn
te by department atoraa and aU drusguU. uicai j
ine the Owl tmt Co. Ad.