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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, w PORTLAND, .OREGON
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER A, IS2L
QftP I AT - SATURDAY, NOVEMBER AVW-
. . l.Ta.1-1 , . JnnHP leaawe kuur at Multnomah UoteLl v ' ?
I T ntm 1 n TUlJcum Dancing club party at Multnomah hotel.
CALLNLAH Omega meeting- at 9M Thompson streak . T, .
o a -rw tort a v untnrnrn r
- Pi uirasalv Women's aWwa. hmcbasai at U
a'cVock. at tha HataT
PenBaylva&la. WataaaVerah at tha KaaHwaod at XI . 1. '
Km Parent-Teacher ortsUu danS
y Betes Hatealaoa
a-.at.rvnc BrUtrf anthualasta tfit COUI1-
try over ara to bare aa opportunity
:t. i a eerlee of nanos p-
m - taa an axnert than Mr.
MUlon C Work and at tlis same Um
contribute a hemlnal
V I D.nrlmmt Of th AtlWnCtH
v":,"l. Vt u th. data art for this
naUonel .tournament. Twenty-four hands
Will be playd I" the tournawaot wlUt
. ' eerde forwarded from cotninauar he-
- T- aama hands Will oe
played In every tournament and accord
' I- w. wrk. who haa arranged
thm, -every band U a fIXty-tlfty band
and all kara aa equal chanca on their
TKa antranca fee for tha tournament
la tJ.eO person. Tha Portland com
mittee In charge of tha errangementa
lncludea: M1m Annla Blancha Sharey.
chairman ; Mrs. Joseph N. Teal, eecre
r j Warran E. Thorn aa. treasurer, and
tha following : Mesdarnes William Mac
Uuitr Morrla IL Whitehouse, W. C.
Knlchton. K. L. Devereauxe. Holt W.
" coeklngham. E. I Thompson. J. D.
! llonerman. O. M. Clark. T. D. Honey-
man. S. Prank, V. P. C Baacb. H. C.
IlarnmlnrhouM. J. M. Ambroaa and tha
Misses Kathryn Hoyt and Helen Fare.
riant formulated for tha Junior
League basaar. to ha given at Mult
nomah hotel Saturday . afternoon, win
V furnish diversion for patrona Tha af
fair la tha annual benefit function of
tha league and the member of tha
aoelai contingent and all friends of tha
league ara urged to lend their support.
Novelties for Christmas gift boxes 1U
be numerous In tha booths. Bakery
good a will be offered for sale. A dance
during tha later afternoon hours will
attract a number of tha younger folk,
Tha amusement booth promises good
fun for, all who patronise It. A tea
. shea wtll be operated In conjunction
with tha bakery goods booth. A much
anticipated feature will be tha presenta
tion of "Hunrlae." a solo dance by Miss
Katherine Laldlaw, wbo will appear
about 1:4$ o'clock. ,
1 Miss Myrtle Owen and Mr. O. E.
; Bahr were married October 2( at tha
' borne of Mr. and Mra Wescott A. Car
penter In Laurelhuret. the Rev. Edward
- H. Pence of Westminster Presbyter!
i church officiating In tha presence of
few close friends and relatives.
. bride la a daughter of Mr. and Mra
' I W, Densmore of Lebanon. Mr. Bahr,
whose home Is In Milwaukee. Wis..
Served two years In the World war as
a member of the Eighty-fifth division.
I After an axtended trip In the East they
will make their home In Portland.
Evelyn Chance was honored on the
occasion of her ninth birthday anni
versary with a birthday party given at
tha home of Mra. Ida Becker in East
Elahtv-nlnta street. Refreahtnanta were
served, and games furnished diversion for
tha young guests. Tha company ln-
' eluded Evelyn Andersen. Anna Wagner,
Kllae Wagner, Phyllis Wagner, Frances
Matbes, Maxlna Schaffer, Daisy Barker,
Gwendolyn Hlnman, Gladys Fiako, Lol
Mra, C M. rarker of 1495 Tha Ala
meda, assisted by her sister.. Mrs. Grace
Klliott. were hoe tee see a t a luncheon
Friday given tn honor of their mother,
Mrs. E. A. Prince, who expects to re
turn to her home at Cranberry Lake,
K. Y In tha near future.
Mfa Emma Wilson GUlee-ple. teacher
ef dramatle expression, wtll present Mlas
Haset Maran Clark In recital Saturday
a treat. Mlaa Clark will give aa Interpre-
taUon of Evelyn Whlttakar's "Laddie."
a a a
Friends ef Mr. and Mrs. Russell
Kugene Hoover will be interested to
laarn that a sen .was born to them
October tl. The boy haa been named
Kugene Jr. He Is the grandson of
Mr. and Mra. Albert J. Hoover of 8eU
fwoed. a a v a
lira, C. Edward Oretle entertained
.Wednesday at luncheon at ber Overton
street borne in honor of Mra. Gordon
Forbee and Mra Lortan Mackey, who
are vial tors In tha city.
a a a
' Mr. Tletcher Una entertained the
eouege women of the Portland Heights
district at tea this afternoon, the affair
given under the ansplcee of the Amer
ican Association of University Women.
Mr. and Mra. Everett Babcoek have
alven their home In Wast over read
and taaee apartmeau at the Mallory
betel for the wnltar.
a a a
Mrs. John Kelso- has returned to the
ally from California, where aha spent
the peat six waaka Mr. and Mra. Kalao
make their noma at Alexandra court
a a a
Mra. X: Aronaon waa hostess today
for a bridge luncheon ef 11 covers, at
ber heme en Westover terrace.
.. . a a a
Portland Helghta club will rtva a
fermel dance this evening at the club
house. a a a
Multnomah Amateur Athletic club will
give a formal dance at the clubhouse
the evening ef November IS.
Mr. and Mra. A. K. Buttsrfleld will
' entertain a few friends at bridge this
evening at their borne in Kearney street
. 113 TOX TO Z3T SACS
Newport, Or Nov. 4. Dr. C E. Lin-
I ns af WiUnrt. ah. Ka
Ing ' scene Urn In Honolulu gathering
data far a new book. -The People of the
Niara- rtiunwd tn Kiamrt r-v.,i.
Ir. Linton wtll be a candidate for Joint
representative .for' Lincoln And Polkl
ccanuee at the next election.
KAXID KAGLK SCOTTT
Corvallia Nov. 4..Tavlor H Tnnrl aiut p. rv aAMs
haa been advanced te the rank of Eagle Bertha Mclntyre against HJF Mcinl
Scout, one of six boys In Oregon to at. tyre, and WlBlam McKlnlsy Harpole
tain this rank. Boy Scout axe planning against Gladys Paulas Harpole, ali de-
a tree-planting campaign. eertioa. . j
m . ,
iSSttf1,! toa cup rrshed
Kchichcwa an egz. Season and h
beat smooth. Bakaten minutesin muffin tins. v
DIuhlll Chllo Choooo
1: 1TTLE MISS CLAIRE
DOWNEY, who recently
VAVVmmmv y a wave, w
at a box party at th? Hippo-'
drome.- : ,- ;': , t
Sundav will ba a rad-letter dav at the
T. W. C. A. Tha religious work depart-1
n,int has secured Dr. Adelaide Woodard I
aa sneaker at the veaner service at 4 :S0. 1
Dr. Woodard spent seven years In India. 1
Sl-e waa stationed at the Sara fieward
Memorial hospital at Fatehgarh under!
tha Woman'a Preabvterian hoasd of I
forelm miaaiona sh haa had most In-
tarestlng experiences during tha war I
period In senring on the fcoepiuu corpa i
I at Bombay where the wounded soldiers I
I ra brought. Dr. Woodard was qne fit
the magnetic speakers at the Y. Wj & A.
conference held at Beabeck; our young
people are eager to hear her again. She
will arrive in Portland Saturday eve
r.lr g. Both men and women are Invited
fa this meetlnsr. The special rrtualc will
La a vocal duet by Mlas D. B.'"Bievii'
study st 1 :15. The subject to be dis
cussed at the Monday evening class on
"Character BuUdlng Is "Habits.? Class
meets at S o'clock in-the social! halt
Iha Thursday evening Bible class s sUUl
cpen for students to register, for study I
ea tha Book of Mark, Time, I :S0 tO 7.:90
Mrs: F. S. Myers, chairman of the
social service committee of the Ameri
can Association of University Women,
BM "Bt H contribatlons
of phonograph records. Any kind: of a
record modern Jau. Jus of one, two
or 20 years ago, religious songs, clas
sical selections or recitations la dft-
sired. The records are wanted InmW
places, Mrs. Myers declares, among
which are The Cedars,' ships that leave
the local port for long voyages and hos
pitals. Members of the A. A. U. W, who
are willing to make contributions are
asked to bring the- records to the an
nual-frolic to be held Saturday evening
in the social hall of the Y. JV. C A.
a a a ' j
Montesano, Wash. Women of Grays
Harbor county made J2t dress forma in I
1111 according to the reports received
b Miss Mabel Webber, home 4am-
onstratlon agent Last year; 114 ; were
rad"V, f n ,h" !
dtr.Tinn ariurTh. V WM chartered by the grand lodge in
tfUon activities during ths yearly JU 4j8pensat,on WM g be-
.,.,. .,K v-M .v. .fgin woi in 1894 by the then Grand
'"fif .fihl1 Master FhOln a Master. After several
I Taoor school auditorium under the aus
pices of the Parent-Teacher association,
will meet Saturday evening. The floor is
In good condition, and there will be ex
cellent music All residents of the. dis
trict and their friends are Invited,
TrVe women of the
Brethren church will serve s chicken
acinar oaturuaj evening iron) ' a .IV to
T UO at the church, corner East Fifteenth
ana atomson streets. The pablic la in
a a . a -
Tha Industrial nurses ef Portland and
vicinity, noma IS in number, will ihave
their second monthly dinner 8aturday
evening at I o'clock at the Washington
a a a ' I
A dance win be given at the Washing;
tpn high gymnasium- Saturday night
from I :0 to ii 30. The dance Is given
by the Hawthorn o Parent-Teacher asso
ciation. a a a ' . I ,
The Ainsworth Parent-Teacher asso-
I lWe will meet Wednesday, November
" Following the meeting there wUl te
I a aaia wt anrona,
bbittox BrromcB MILL
Corvallia, Nov. 4. Divorce sulu b'a.v"
been filed In Benton county, by Velm;
naaicy asamsi narvey Hadisyt crueltj
By E. C. B.
fTiHEEE ara perhaps half a; dozeoi dut-
a. atlndina- featnrea of tha Marcus
Show if 192V yclept "piuckt: Cluck I?
and offerrnr soma of Jack Lait's Variety
o? fun to patrons of tha Hetllk theatre.
where big; music and comedy revue
appeared Thursday night, . ... - e
First of tha features Is Charlie AboL
Ttis -Abot youth, wrote the? music for
the Marcjja show and then he became 'Its
principal comedian, isot aausiiea wvin
that. k; dragged on a-violin and. motion
Ua except far his bowing -and the
twltchLne ' of his face, drew from the
atrinn the only music of the evening
that approached the show stopping
Another feature is the Runaway four,
a' quartet of vaudevUllans whose ver
satility 1 1 Is remarkable. They sing ac
ceptably, dance very well and get over
some keen edged comedy chatter before
they are transformed Into acrobatic
tumblers with some genuinely Interest
icr twists and turna And no one has
Buroected them of acrobatics.
Ranking right up with the Runaway
four, perhaps, ara Stanley and Burns,
who doi a bit of team work in several
soft shoe dances that shades a clever
line of comedy they have been given by
the prolific, author of the show.
The oinly rood male voices In the com
rany are, those of Robert ixng ana
Billy Dale, with Long a long way ahead, i
He is a baritone of pleasing Quality.
Everybody sings a California song that
takes the melody prize of the bill..
As a I girl show this "Cluck X Cluck!"
affair would be a winner under any
ether circumstance, but "as Is" Jthe girls,
tali ones, small ones and several other
kinds, ara merely a background for a
series of vaudeville acts, none connected
with the other except by . the preseuce In
ali of the "squabs-and broilers' of the
Marcna; "chicken farm." Whatever may
bo said jot tha Marcus idea of entertain
ment there can be no faalt with his Uea
of what a chorus should be facially at
least. The girls have a marvelous as
sortment of gay costumes, some of them
too brief to mention and some of them
real creations of beauty. With ' per
sonal charm to set off the garb. ihey
are a most welcome crew.
The show is in two acts, with 125
scenes and , a whole scad of performers
and artists, including Frank L. Wake
field, who Is programed to appear three
times but only makes the grade once.
He is ! also stage director, however.
Wakefield, a couple of seasons ago, di
rected musical comedy at the Oaks
Amusement park for several weeks.
Fact lis, the Marcus show was an
agreeable surprise. Its scenic art is tine
ana its personnel is gooa. wun empnasis
on the chorus and more special emphaais
n touy va.y. woo is cnarmme anu. cap-
able in eacn or ner many nils, it is an
excellent Yaudevtue wiu with the aaai
uou oi i me preuacoi uwrua in several
Filkins, Listed As
Draft Evader, Was
Albany, Or Nov. 4. Arthur Filkins.
listed by . the government as a draft
evader, I is not a slacker, according to
his father, J. H. Filkins, and hia brother,
Fred Filkins, who say they are in corn
ntunicavon wv u auegea desene?
sJFred FUkiMlvea hia brother' ad
dress aa Lyite, Wyo., where he says the
latter is in the employ of the Western
Union Telegraph, company. He served
In France and Germany with the Can a
dian army, enlisting at Winnipeg, where
ne waa working, the brother says.
As to Floyd Filkins, another member
of the family, who is listed as a de
serter, jthe relatives here cannot say.
I declare they have not- heard
since the war began.
Columbia lodge No. 214, Ancient Free
and Accepted Masons, held its annual
homecoming Thursday night with the
largest attendance In Its history. W.
T. Fletcher, worshipful master of the
lodge, presided, with William H. Gal
vani senior warden. Walter O. Haines,
past master, gave an' interesting history
I ttt. twlM .k.TIv.-
two of whom were present The lodge
M aster Philip S. Master. After several
of the pest masters and venerable mem
bers had spoken the lodge adjourned to
the banquet room for refreshments.
Portland; tent of the Maccabees met
Thursday night to receive se venal can
didates. The drill team, under Captain
B. C Short gave the work tn moat ex
I eellent manner.
jj . For over 30 years j
a - USELESS than of liigher priced brands p 111
g M BOUGHT BY THE GOVEAtENT
The Classic Simplicity of the Medi
aeval SUliouette Lends Itself to
The gracefully falling lines and drap-
erles of the' mediaeval silhouette hive
undoubtedly brought a strong influence
of ancient Greece into the fashions of
today. Of charming Grecian simplicity
Is this tea-frock of chiffon velvet with
the characteristic wide, oval neck-line,
flawing sleeves, and straight, classic hip
panels. The culotte touch at the lower
edge, which affords an opportunity for
color contrast, andthe becoming lines of
the applied blouse trimming are interest
lug additions. True to Its chemise style.
this model has the Important asset of
slipping on over the bead without the
bother of troublesome fasteners. A girdle
of silver and jade disks is placed at the
favored low waist-line.
(Ooprristt. 1921, bT Vofue Cow.' N Tori)
Seeking Refuge in
U. S.; Not Wanted
(By United News)
New Tork, Nov. 4. The United States
will not be an asylum for Ignatius T. T.
Lincoln, international spy, who is said
to nave lanaea nere pursued by agents
of half a dozen European countries.
On. reading a published Interview that
Lincoln intended to move his family to
America and forget politics. Federal
Marshal James M. Power of Brooklyn
said he was prepared to ask Washington
authorities to refuse Lincoln's request
for government sanction.
Power declared Lincoln caused federal
officials much trouble as a German agent
during the war, and that he had been
employed by other governments as well
for spy work.
Lincoln, who is characterised by Scot
land yard as the "most .elusive man tn
the world," is said to have admitted he
was here in violation of the immigration
laws, in disguise and under an aasuibed
Citizens Asked to
Aid Dry Law Agent
Klamath Falls, Nov. 4. That flS per
cent 'of the authorities are honest In
their efforts to enforce the dry laws,
but are badly bandicaped by lack of
cooperation from the citlsenry. was the
statement of Captain Frank K. Ebbert,
replesentative of . the Anti-Saloon
leakue, in an address here. Captain
Ebbert advised the people to complain
to thei authorities when reasonably sure
that illicit Jlquor was being , made and
not to fear the consequences. Until
better cooperation is given, the officers
cannot thoroughly enforce the laws, he
said. It is the plan of Captain Ebbert
and W. J. Herwig, head of the Oregon
Anti-Saloon league, to organise the
dry workers here, so that illicit liquor
operations may be stamped out
Deserter Saws Way
From Fort Prison
Astoria. Nor. 4. Scott Carson, impris
oned for desertion in a cell on the top
floor of the post hospital, Wednesday
night sawed the bars of his window,
climbed out on the roof and in some
fashion made hia way to the ground and
freedom. He is still at large. Carson
was arrested by the Astoria police last
Sunday. He admitted having deserted
from Fort Columbia last May.
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HKTLIG Bteedirar at Tailor
I 192, t. Hi MatisM . Sataidur.
BXER-HanteA at Elarenta. Baker Week
eowpany to "BaUw" Mittene weoaaettar.
BitunUy. Snadu. at X:1S; annmai at saw.
LTKIC BraadnT at MorrHna.: Lrrte Unfed
i I i nil i MBiui la -warn uui aaa ui
. Photo. ? Miriaaa dailv at S Sw. sa avaalasa
a a. -
PAVTACS-BniBawur s at aBa.
vanderaia and pkotopuy fcatana Aiunwtn
mad cveai&c - Progissi ehaasas Hosday ait-
tntni nrppnrntrtvE ftmda at Tuahfu.
lnraotloa Ackaraaa tuna Taoamua
and ptctana - ArUraooa sod efetios .
(XHAHBIA 61th at Stark. ' fola Kacrt tn
"OaS Axabiaa Kiaat" ULiatollaa.
UBTOTT Bnwdvay at Stark. lUnhaS
laa'a "Btta ef Ufa." 11 a. m. to li p. m.
BFOU WihlnrtM at -Park. -BiB" Hart la
"T&a Threa Wont Brand." 11. a. aa. w
.11 p. o. -. ... . i -.
THE ' ACMTOKXtil Thlid and CUy. TEaat
Li-na.2 2. 4. and 8:30 n. bl
MAJESTIC Washinttoa at Park. "Tha Gin
irrom Uod Cowstir." 11 1 a w n a
FEOPta Wart fatk a aldea a. w. uru-
tith'a "Thl.ton at.- 11 a. as.
11 TL n
STAR Wuthinctan at Park. Mack Senaett'al
"Th. Rnmnor Gfck" tl L B. t 11 Dl B.
CIRCUS . Fourth Mar Waabicstoa. Bock I
Jout in "Cat Year Men. v a. aa, to a
o'clock the foUowi&g ntonuac.
New York Tha quick changes of cos
tume on the stage are originally respon
sible for the design of the latest eklrt.
it is; unnecessary to step into this gar
ment or to put it on over the head for
it la a wrap-around model, a one-piece
garment in which the belt overlaps the
width of a panel. The fullness of this
overlapping design comes over either
hip, the front and back being without'
fullness. Knitted materials gjperally are
employed for these skirts.
New Tork And when you get done
you can use it aa a drape over the piano.
That is the final argument that la in
ducing many women to pay from $50 to
$500 for one of the beautiful manlones
or embroidered shawls,' the popularity of
which is increasing rather than dimin
ishing. For the utility of these pieces
of silk and fringe is extraordinary. Not
only are they usuable as wraps but may
be' converted into a dozen different
styles of frocks. They may be used as
lounging robes or in lfeu of a hat. and
more potent than all, -they bear the
royal seal of the fashionable approval.
New York The lure of the county
fair has lost none of its drawing power
and these gatherings, with their horse
shows and races have been attended by
many charmingly dressed women from
the cities and autunyi resorts this week.
The sport costumes naturally predomi
nated. The ekirts of these costumes are
plainly tailored and very wide. They
are topped usually by short box coats
of English worsted or "Scotch homespun
in many plaid and heather designs and
are being worn with woolen slip on
sweaters which give -an added touchlof
bright coloring. Many of the skirts are
gored and fitted at the hips.
3TEW SECBJETAKY WELCOMED
Corvallia, Nov. 4. The Commercial
club held a reception Thursday evening
in honor of Mr. and Mra W. A. Re id.
recently of Marshfleld. Re id is the new
executive secretary of the club.
X?RIENDS frequently ask me
how I set fried meat gravies to
free from lumps and of to rich a
flavor. To make good rravy I find
I need plenty of fried meat fat
Into this while boiling hot I dis
solve a liberal amount of floor,
rnbbiac it until a smooth pasta is
While this ia browning I peer a Co ef
Carnation milk late a bowl or pan and add
to it aa equal amount of boiliag water.
POunag the heated milk lata the pan ec
Soar pasta. Tale boila np iauBedtatal and
e-revv is of a much richer Savor than
when ordinary milk is used.
There art many suggestions in my Heme
wooaug paeons waiea yea
stsy and aelslal. If yoa
will sand yoar name and
address I will send yea
this coarse sad a cook -ook
of loO teeted reci
pes free, Addreaame
care W tee Caraatra ' '
Milk ProdoctMC. 122
Ry. Exctnagt. Partana.
T TISS MAMIE ZIEGLE
1 V J. MAN, chairman of the
.committee " arrangirfg
for the annual ball of the Wo
man's Advertising club to, be
jgiven Tuesday evening at the
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Gladys Walton Again
Scores Before Many of
Her Portland Friends
Gladys Walton, late of the Llncota
and Jefferson high schools and now of
Universal City, appears in a new picture
play at the Hippodrome and stages her
customary success with her former Port
land - friends. - The picture deals first
with a hlghty-tighty litUe miss In a
home of 'opulence and then with tha
same lasa with- her richea gone and also.
her fine feathers and friends.
She shows her real- calibre, buckles
down and takes care of her little broth
ers and sisters end is forced to fight to
a- finish an old enemy of her dead
father' a Just like -the fairy stories,
just at the time when things are bluest
Prince Charmln'g, wbo haa been hanging
around in the offing, waiting for his
opportunity, swoops down on the little
lady and effects a wyung capitulation.
George Baker -at Cot in a very neat
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. a I . Aa veer veor "
exhibition of magic . and tnusioa and a
ejtartat of young Wamaa. tha - Meryl
Prince Slrta are given' first . poeitieai
la the bming. Bod acta were peplar
with the audinoa. v The Australian Del-
oa, novalty rmnaat. are the openers
oa the bill.. Medley and Oapray. wne
boot a comedy joke, rr Broke," aH
around the house, and Itose end Schaff-
ner with atumbllrig comedy eoaveraaUoa
rurnisa the comedy.
Student Hunter Is
v . Accidentally Shot
v Redmond. Nor. a. -Wh&e heating Ban
eay morning, uerbert Doty and Leea
Marsh narrewly. eecaped being fatally
snot Their shotgun waa accidentally
discharged. . Eight shot ' struck Doty,
seven paaaiaf; through one leg just above
tfea knee and ee passed through the
other leg at about the sum 'location.
Tne-enot nrat struck a boulder and
iaaced off. striking Doty. The boys
are freshmen la the Redmond Union
high school. ,
Breedway at Taylor
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BARBAE. PRICE a aa
MUSICAL COMEDY KIT
By Jack rait,
GIRLS, MUSIC, FUN
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seu-eMaressed stamped envelope.
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rows 11.40. next 4 rows 12. last IS
rows (Lad.: Gallery, reserved a
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DeHoney's Grand Opening
, AT COTILUOV BALL
14ts at Weielsstea
Thu raday eveninc. Nov.
le. 8e Mrs. aad Mr. Da
Hooey five axbtbttaona ta
the letoat beJireern a
ciaaate dances, bewieys
Leeies UcrwUrmrn fcc
rvajtcrlna every Thuraday
eveains. Hard time prtse
rasMac party November
11. Don't miss our open- .
Beaiaaers' rlsaaas start
at Mart ara. Hail. U4 at
Wr. Aevaaeed class Tuesday ovant&e.
to 11 a. Bertnners ciaaa atarta at
Ootiiiioa bail Wo4needay evening; at 7
sharp. Private lessons ail hours at Cotil-
"wn.oau. au nances ruaraatood tn
ovtnt laaanns. Ladies tx. raauatnea ta.
Plenty t practice. Learn (rem toacners
who can eance and teaca dancini'.
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Broadway xoes.- e)
to th. tan of
"Vic Mayers Syrxjcrpaters-
ETXBT BIGHT EXCEPT fFVPAT
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STOCK COMPANY JTlk.
atenet . Mesa eve
Sa PtaraS tar Oao Tear si
The aetvve Taaaare. a. V.
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Coottnueialy. 1 P. la. te 11 P.
Portland's Motion Picture Star
OB ASS OP TUB SCBEZB
and a Real art Baper-Preduetiea
to "BOOM A3D BOAxOL"
L Y R I C
A Lot of Ftm for Ali at
Chora Girijf Contest .
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