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fHE OSEGONDAILY JOURNAL," PORTLAND,' OREGON.
TUESDAY JANUARY 17
UJJlIXJ , pinner un for Mia Blessing- at
m CLUB :
TUESDAY, JANUARY 17
. Multnomah chapter. Daughters ef
lurx-heon at the University club at 11:
home of Mrs. Fred A. Cook.
tea Batiw W
. tuuei corps bumt im aaeunc, . court-
ud mi it .on p. ttv.
llintdli for ebiMcr
E. M P. E. C, Slsxerhcod, by Vfr. Theodora
Women's ProgTeeatv unit t LaurelhArst club, afternoon.
Osmund and Mia Flora,
i V HERE
. 4 lOO' Arranges,
'Br Hales Bsteattea
TpiIK Committee or 104 of the Portland
Roaa City. Alberta, Lenta and Gresham
cam pa. i -
Tha pro gram win "be - good one, con
aisUnx princlDaJly of smoker and a ban
quet., aad interesting movto fums "The
value of a Life." showing the Colorado
8prings . Tubercular Sanitarium, owned
. I anfl AHHlwfMl W AMtf TOP IH
XaXTs MocrWom at ncrtath.' Baker. Meek I benefit of ita members. '.-One reel of
P". "Vp tat BUM ! "T. 1 comedy will also be . dlsnlayedW The
rV; -riT -aaa.oa-aF - aC WA. to the largest fraternity of its
LTRio Bro4wmr 'at Maarkoa. Cyrto M ncleal 1 kind, In tha world, ooneistlng of 1.056,000
vM7 mun a bow !"- I memDers. The Head ornce is w u-
vrJriiviln' tond. Illinois. Two of it offidala reside
nu-v- r-aiLLiiij jj. fu ut r.h-1 ORPBKCif BtmOwu t Taylor. KdaW nss-l Fortiand. vis: v a. uurrey,
Chamber of Commerce baa aet ran-1 v?'wm. taTZt a-ia .n.,,i .n J o. Tale.
wary t an the date for lu next formal I . I chairman board of auditors. Through
,fJ.L AftZ2Zi tne effort of the "Booster Committee.-
- a .... t. i - .w - - . ...a 1 iia Ilia PMram Hhim MnamaB all. I 11V H lUDnum. - D. a-. 4w www
t twt ia ut iw rewm w w-i .- . I v . n.m
Chamber of Commerce, Oregon building. LOEW a mrPOTJroinf Bioadwey hmu B. w. OWitt and the mayor of
ont mnai nrriil aind eirneat invitatlona
Batty CiMilKoa I w- ...iniiAii'a Ka nffllal A. R
tt a a u ...v.. VIo- x-t-t vr.xri
LIBEKTT Bravdn; at Stark. Noma TaVl Canp8 convention In Portland. Oregon,
Mdaa at "lAva a naoampoae.-' li a. a. I in 19Z&. Tna attenoanee OX oewniea w
to II a a -- I .k .k. MmH. nf- thi
. . ... .... i . - - - . . . w k r i iiFir aiiu uwuum .im .wm. w
rrway nignt Thoae attending h. from 10.000 to
a riarn wiu nra." uiauuiia - 'm
The committee will ponaor a amokerl taamtT kixmna
hknuH If aVL-k av ttAlrlna' match I rUUTOruia
... I MBLA aixtX and rk.
and vaudeville numbers will be featured. I la "Ta utu MiaMar.
The committee of captains and Uautan--ante
arranging theae affairs met last
Mesera William P. Merry. L. C. Mackar.
O. C Bortamrr. J. A. Waate.J. A.
11111. C C Bradley. W. K. Hood. XL a
Buck. Jeeeph leb. James M. Albert.
John If. Polpa. rred a 8chuls and J. A
A kitchen shower was given Thurs
day by Mre. J. Fred d. Facer at her sTAWiAii at Iit.. -The Cabin ef
knma I7 I.IHartv llrMt In honor Of I JTi -Y"- .. - "f "ft-
. ; . , T . 1 tin la aonrta
BLCB MQCSB E.TMth and WuUnfton. 1 i&,eoO" persons from all pans
Maariea rtmu la "The lat Injfl." U a. av I United States. - ;
to lie. BL. . I '.. ." ..
laAJESTlOWaahlnctim at Park.. Kathin,l T.hkal. lodce. 1.
- .tTTrl B-"ttnu " Ir-tTltd officers Tbursto 'night
PEOPLES Wn Paik at IWbr. Cloria Staia. I nrUnt ha.ll on the east Side. SS IOUOWS
ia "Dadar Ua Laah." 11 a. m. to 11 1 Mra. Bertha Mvers. noble grand; Mrs.
J . I XIo ta vIm arrartd L aliSS JeS-
o. o: r..
ate U , Henderson, aecretaryr rvuuam
MLna EaUlle Romaen. brtde-elect. The I Baiwfit of Ctorty." a. m. to 4 e'cloek tb a Mr TTlen Davenport.
time was passed enjoyably at gamea tauowiaa ara.na. conductor; Mrs. Addle Kimble, chap-
The rooms were decorated in pink and I tain; Mrs. Xydia Qulmby. Mrs, Chris-
green, bluebirds being naed In an ef- t?D ArniDVAf ii. rmectivery rlsht and
feeuve manner. Refreshments were , XUta 1 J-ilVilYlj K.V. -..r.nnrt.ra nhble t-rand-: Mrs. Jessie
served. Tboee present In addlUon to tne i , innlde euardian; N. P. Tomlln-
Iwwteaa and the gweet or honor were Columbia lesion. Mooaeheart Leeionln n..tiH. Mardian. Mrs. Christine
WarvRlTrr: the World, aamhied Sunday ato c-
aT ar.. ' si M arl.M.aw-e T . JLT s-1 III f ' I ROOffl Bit fWAan TBrnn Isiaxtoll Af f Lam I - v ' ' '
n.ma.; . . . ducted the ceremony.
v.-. i - iww.fj uaw ox as innocents into l a
Lolt, It. Miller. J. Eaatnern, eiaeT. I ,u mntertts. The following . Temnle chanter. Order Eastern Star,
MlS Hrlvia Remaen. Mrs. J. a. few.r- " " I nn n class of seven
moo7 c r Col "aouth ul? candidates. Thursday .tUs. to Mtn-
. will I Dim. .... . n . .. I i. r Taiun. wortnv srana. ukuvu.
ine norm L'iudui bum awu w... . u... wi uwm itui w llmar v.it l ' r". . - . . t -m
meet Thursdsy evening at I o'clock at moose; AlUh R. Joy. border ; E. M. Pia Ci-ft were
.. . v -i Ik. . . . I ntlu. -mn. afflcera and Visitors were
I Be lurn verein umu. viw.mi mvuuu. uxasurer ; ueorge OWleT, I " - ,-i11,i-ti aver the
bastneas meeting and enurtalnment. guiding mooae ; J. H. Bell, augua ; Him A Present weye enttusover ine
. ... a I -sm ..... .i . . . ,r.-r Anm the new CnaDtsr. wnicn
aancing ana era wm .wwiu, r. v. irosoy. master of " ' , .t-..k. a Mra.
piano eole will be given by Oiadya Taft ceremonies The lnve.tlga.ting commit- w lttlut.T1 . matron nd
and a reading will be given "by Mlaa tee, compoeed of George Funk. W. H. Maude Bailey Is worthy tron ana
Florence Kleeb.. Mra Herman Wolfe Fltagerald and, Robert FUlw.tWlned J. N. Hart, wortty patron. It meets in
will have cnarge oi niraiamima. au ma canajaaiesx in open lodge and found 1 -
former Nortn Uakotana are urge u -1 an pi. inem not to be morona. defectives
tend end are requested to bring their I or candidates for office. Then the goat
friends iwaa orougnt out and all rode the anl
Calline it a oresidency campaign the
United Artisans are about to stage a
mal with mnr. ... . . a-rlp of contests between local groups
fM tt a nrnU and Mrs WE. . . " Jll L.er.u.'0 e h iffrnt aesemblies. each group
aswaw -- . I wva uiiiviiiai I 3AI T3BIIIIICI! LB WHrl BcrVMl li) I w w
Jackaon will be hoetea-e i neat Thursday the clubroom. During the ceremonial to have a c111 fo' P""4" J"0
Buzzell Act a
Big Bit at
By E. C B.
TP THERE were any accounting tor
A the tastes of vaudeville patrons there
would bo no vaudeville. On that score
the new snow at the Orpheum ought to
be highly successful, for there smed
to be some element of delight for every
appetite, with the whole bouse concen-l
tratJnK vociferously m its welcome to
Buck and Bubbles, a pair of negro lads
with Nat Nasarro and company.
Just why Nat comes into the rane I
oi vision nan not yet been determined
unless it is to cuff Little Buck around
the stage, but his act. thanks to Buck
ana tsuoDies. is good. Fact is these
brown boys stopped the ahow. Buck is
a diminutive creature who plays the
piano wittf tne same ease that he chews
his gum. Bubbles is the opposite as to
stature, but dances with more music in
his feet than half a dosen average step
pers. - '.
. The new bill to headlined by Eddie
Bussen. who offers "A Man of Affairs."
an interesting novelty in comedy form,
reciting the adventures of a small town
dandy who forsakes the village for New
York. Buszell presents five scenes in
the cycle of progress that takes bimi
away from the old home town srirl
(Ethel Russell) into the. good graces 1
of Dolly Lewis in the role of a chorus
girl, thence to the haughty attention of
a Greenwich village highbrow, whom he
deserts for tne wealthy spinster. She
finally yields hlxn again to the arms of I
the Lass from the village. Eddie to a I
capital player, too, and his act is clev
Lydia Barry occupies a big place on I
the bill, though in Justice to that happy
person her "spot" should be changed.
She to a singer of no mean ability, in spite
of the havoc pie or dropsy has-worked
with, her dimensions. She should be
number three or four on the bill.. Xydia
tells a story-neatly, and she has one of I
those buxom personalities that seem to
make everything" cheerful.
ror tne women oi m i -1 ana supper the Moose band, led bv
a III.V b.k.kA Ian SalK aa IO ! WflkaPaK I . " " -
, parxy. iin nuwri im 1 A- BeiDeMlng. played selections. Colum-
win win or lose the contest on the rela
tlve gains in new applications obtained.
, went lo Mra O. Emery. Mra B D. Pen- bta lltglon up of nbers f tbeJHe wUl be a "party" candidate, but the
' .y. Mra U L, Oabom and Mra LAV to-.i order of uZm .nH h.- rZ I party ticket he runs on will be selected
ny. Mra U L, Osnorn ana ra u 71 Order of Moose and has mem-
N. Anderson. Mrs C. K. Kowe na-"-1 Southern Washington.
' I . ' J . . VI una ua Hill, II J. M Il.'ril. I . V .
drtch and In ".eo" to Ma C. Myers. Mra nhl throughout Western Oreeon and by na D? w" PW-
r v. ham ana. aura, i a .w- . . . . i
"-TTT.l i h-k- r-iw. -""s.'" """"" noiea lor or-ia temole. Pythian Sisters, in
ku r- iw urwi, cordial fellowship and dfevor r, "a,," Thuraday evening. Bas-
wa" mZ,?Lr 1100 lo lM "WrsstSiOf Mooseheart. the 1 flowin were presented the new
gneats Wednesday sight training school for 1200 orphan, of tho SyTe BrTgSnaatroi of the D.
..- a-,.,- Thai f rhlaaao. who ha. L1-? f o" k iZ iSl sunshine branch of the
bees -a visitor In the, city at the home ncagei. " IK. of P. order. Gifts were also pre-
1 L"&J'?& .W. Vb. . 0n T"n tM Security Benefit &EZ
uuu wm iw viiv. i Association expects to take Its place aac,""11 " ' '
remaining winwr """ tne -nnn largest life benefit fraternity l ws servou.
.... . .....h ti I In America with JO0.000 membersandl . . ... .., trHun
The woman ""V(B" ' 7 "I 000 local councils In the United States tl r a J.rTj wU TviVit iTnum-
Z?y..ZZ?'L'rl Canada. Iu next national conven- ?f th. AjWi
Ue enurcn nan. . rlr. llon v. h-,d portIan(1 . 19M
southeast, at I : o-tiocr. Thoma; veteran field worker for
Mrs. Joee'sh Uman entertained a lh order, will continue In charge of the
few WadTlnformalir at luncheon at the ?"0i?tsn
' vii, i.niai 1aat Wednesday. w'" large fore of deputies at
Nortonto bout laat WSdnesoay. work In lMt4 seeklnr U show 10.000
u. ..a Ur. i.renea Barnes (Mar- members in Oregon when the national
far la' Hall) ara domiciled in the home sonvenUou meets. A' new and beautiful
of Mrs. Lee Hoffman in Barnes read. . 'u"ru wa f?iu?"f
Story of Nortliland
CounctV which will be exemplified is
FortUnd during the month of February
by a national council officer with cam
her of cities in western Washington be
ginning Monday, January zav Among
the cities he will be in will be Tacoma.
c.ttu. Unnnarir and Oentraua. Aieaco
ni. ih. wai assembly of the United
Artisans will have a special neeUnc "for
kl rwntlon. , V
Good r Gloom
DiUon's Eetura to . V
Lyric Stage Marked
Famous Artists in V
Concert This Eve.
The Walking ault of Tweed or
By C T. H.
VTOtTRE right Xp fat MabeTa Room'
is a comedy, ail rlgnt, andas bed'
room comedies go a very good one. One
; may laugh and laugh through the whole
of the farce, as one distracted gent
after another dashes "in looking for a
rose-pink chemise, and one Jealous bride
i after another dashes In to look, for a
supposedly erring' hubby.
Tetone wonders after the laarh to over
if Just as much fun ccfuld not have been
bad from a theme that to a little farther
from "the Una" All of which, however.
is a matter jf taste, as the feller said.
If one accepts the subject as a legiti
mate basis for a comedy, one most ad
mit that the laughing is good at the
Baker theatre this week.
All the characters are- comedial Ne
thisslng villain slinks in to kidnap the
papers: no, one crosses the ice to get
away from the Airedales: no one shoots
the faithful old family servitor. Every
thing is beautiful, especially the nighties
worn by the ladies. Funny thing about
that net a single masculine pajama ap
pears In' the whole show, thoujh every
variety of feminine dishabille can be
seen. It to almost like a bargain day
at a lingerie counter.
In simple language, the story is about
a once lo vesica youtn who -sent ma.
then, inamorata a gorgeous bit of rather
Intimate apparel with his name rabrold
e red on it He changes his mind about
the glrU who weds another. He aubse
auertly marries another girl, who to
nouty and Jealous and hysterical.
The embroidered unmentionable bobs
up to haunt, the owner threatening to
show the bit of folly to the bride. The
hubby tries to steal it away and destroy
It. So he bides "In Mabel s room" to
Under the bed. In. all manner of com
Ben Dillon now knows where be
stands in' the affections of Lyrio thea
tre patrons, for they welcomed hhoa with
a wonoerrui display of interest at the
Sunday show when be anneai-ed after
a year's absenos In bis favorite role as
Mike Dooley in "Tne Four 8wtfcearta."
Dillon Joined with Al Franks and Ed
die Wright In brinainsr out a wealth
of refreshing comedy ia tha new show.
wniie - the other nattily - garbed - prin
cipals ana tne Dig Rosebud chorus pro
vided a seemly background. In addi
tion to the antics of Mike Dooley. DU-
oa noes a ciog dance, while BOUo Blag.
nam sings "Mickey crKetL"
ne Four Sweetheart-" presents nrt
ty Dorothy Raymond In an effort to de
termine which of three auk ore to marry.
Just than Al Franks as Ikie cornea la
and be to picked tor the winner, al
though be had not con tended for hon
ors, ikie 'and Mike are toadvertentlv
set up ia business as doctors with the
terribly unpleasant task of reducing the
weight of a lot of bathing girls and
the bank rolls of their fathers. The sit
uations that this state of affairs creates
are good for many laughs.
Song numbers for the week are new
and interesting, with Miss Raymond.
Howard Evans. Mlaa Bingham, Anna
Chick and Jewel La Velio sharing In tha
honors ss soloists. Miss Raymond s song,
"One Klsa," ia beautifuly done, with an
especially elaborate chorus and unusual
A tVDe of stilt which nromlses to be
aucceestul in-any of the tweeds, borne-ll0
spuns, and flannels of th season, to the only to u alacovered at length and pub-
Now, let's start at the beginning. Be- I hip-length coat-suit, cut panel fashion in I licly denounced.
atrice Sweeney opens the bill with gym
nasties which vary from contortion to
steel Jaw stunts. Beatrice is pretty as
well as capable.
Cliff Nasarro and the ljarling sisters
in "Juvenile frivolities," come next and
the Darling sisters are pretty. This
particular idea of frivolous Juveniles is
an assortment ox mediocre singing and
some average stepping, with Nazarro
doing his best to mimic Al Jotoon's
George Uane and Bert Byron relieve i
the situation somewhat in L.iBten.
Bertie," .-though the name hasn't any
thing to do with it. Lane is a typical
"nut" comedian and Byron to on hand
to provide a butt for Lane's sometimes
time-worn humor. The ' act measures
up pretty well with any number of sim
Then-we have Nat Nasarro s company.
Eddie BuxselL Lydia Barry and, finally.
Fink's mules, , which are mostly dogs
the front and back to afford a sugges
tlon of snugness above the waist, while
the lower section flares in a slight rip
ple. The notched collar makes a pleas-
flg frame for tne mannish biock so oiien
worn with a tailored blouse. The de
tails of pocket and sleeve are also se
verely simple and tailored. Wool Jersey
and kasha cloth in the boney shade?
are admirable mediums for this sort of
(Copyright. 1022. by The Tocus Co.. Hew Terk)
Slogan m Contest
ir,Mn Rule Review. Women's Bene
fit association of the. Maccabees, will
hnM ia nratu Installation of officers
Friday evening at W. O. W. temple,- Ui
plete regalia and accessories. The three 'V ZZT k. rtnatalUns Tnf fi-
Urgsst local assemblies in the . state. -Ute enUi Will
Anchor. Eureka and Kirkpatrick ooun- A Wrara and refreaHraenta Will
oils, all of Portland, are preparing to foUow the ceremonies.
take up the work after. the official pros- 1H. ' WBlrrlr
entaUon of the new ritual. Thirty years ,XQ BROKEH IS WBEtK.
ago On Feoruary tl the Security Benefit Kalama, Wash., Jan. 15. J. A. Carter,
in .,n,,.,..i .tnrv ef the Northland en-1 Association was started wun eleven i butcher of Kalama, en route non m -
titled -Salvation .hus - to one of the best ?mbera. Itnow ha. nearly IOC 000, car Bunevenlng. ran over a nanK-
beta on tho bra snln, St the Itip- I - TrH der and a. nrMecTiTe M. hTbet hVcrawVed back to the'road.
poorome nunaay. wiana nai.u.wv. u.. . . v. .v.. . , --- ' rin Hnrratt
.,,,.,!. . a Balvatlnn Armv laaale. u vim caruueawa ui meniucrBuip uw ur WMn jjvpuiy owiiu -" - .
tZVnl .r "ffi& Ulto fcr-il. t subdual fou?d him. He was taken to St. Vln-
Centralia. Wash., Jan. 16. The Con
trails Chamber of Commerce will pre
mmikna and Shetland nonies. There I sent to the person who proposes the
are, three muies, line animaia, ioo, uiajioetii biusu ihu i xnu
are put through a variety oi ins vsuaij community, xuip. i. vuu.m91. Mi, ayan
circua ring stunts. , j ; yto the public V -
Poor innocent soul he suffers terri
bly. So do all, as one after another of
the parties is dragged into . suspicion.
Of course it ends happily when the real
truth is told, which might have been
done in the first place and saved all the
All the actors cast In the farce fairly
outdo themselves In the rollicking fun
The show will run the rest of the week.
PABT8 well plated -
Selroar Jackson had the stellar role
of the meek and terrified husband which
he carried off to the delight of the au
dience. Miss Frances Woodbury
"Mabel," the near-vamp, was clever and
revealing, while Jane Gilroy as the pout
ing bride put in enough tears and hys
terics to suit the most fastidious.
Lora Roger as a "bachelor sister,1
put-over the impression of being the only
balanced per son in the cast, while Vlr
ginla Richmond, as French maid, gave
a delicate bit of characterising. Ran
kin Mansfield and Mayo Methot -added
cen more life to the Piece by their con
Kathleen pariow. violinist, and Paul
Aithouss, tenor, of tha Metropolitan
opera. Win be heard tonight la oonesrW
. aj.. . - - . . . .. .. TP
aiwiwuun, Boraer tne surscuoss
of tne 3wyn concert bureau. The ad
vanes sale Indicates that a large as
dience win greet the two dUstlngntoaed
aruauk.- .aaiaw rana is by many re I
sarded as one of the grMtest violin
ists ok tne um.
1.TICKKT OFFICE SAUK I
Opens Today i
Broadway at Taylor
Pbese Mala 1
wJjTRDRSe, FK!., SAT.
1 irgVELL.A.V7INKTR. - J
Hillsboro, Jan. ll-The ladies of Bt
Matthewa parish gave card party
Wednesday evening. There were II
tables. Those winning highest honors
at "600- wars H. Koebler and Miss
Josephine Uppsnkamp. The committed
In charge were Mr. and Mrs. L. McCoy,
Mrs. M. Melloy and J. Madden.
Tha Couch Parent-Teacher association
wUl hold lta regular monthly meeting
Wednesday at I p. m. at the Couch au
ditorium. An Interesting' program is
planned and a plant wUl bo awarded
to the room bavins the most members
present Members are asked to brine a
cup and saucer.
The Portland Shakospears Study
club will hold its annual midwinter pic
nic Tuesday at 13 o'clock at tha home
of Mrs. J. Coulsen Hare. 174 Carru there
street A program will follow the lunch
eon and a silver offering will be made
for the scholarship loan fund.
start marital quarreling, and Leo lIbA
hard as Mabel's fiance, and Guy Kibbsal
as the valet, put more complications Into
every situation. Irving Kennedy made
a comical butler.
GIAKT WOULD BB COFPZB
Hoqulam. Waah., Jan. It. George
Custer, Kansas eswpucner. walked Is to
the polios station Sunday in search of a
fob. He Is six feet six inches tall and
weighs 250 pounds. He wan promised the
first vacancy on the Hoqniam fore. .
i.i 1 ... 1 ... 1 . 1 -
Ins little comedy-dram and ahe la as-
slated by a group of very clever Klon
dike r. 1
Over footwork by the Uytda Japan
Lents grange Saturday held one of the
beat attended meetings since early in
12L The occasion was the reception
ess balancers keeps the Jiands clapping I f fc cIjuaa of candidate, and the instal
merrily through a lively Sft-mlnute act
Barrels and ball, are tossed about from
nimble tore right gracefully by the
Japanese, and the aet was one of the
most popular on the bill.
Betty Waldron and Jack Wlnalow do
some dainty dance, and alng pleasingly.
Bright coetumea and appropriate atage
settings enhance the effectiveness of
Dave Thuraby puta over a hobo sketch
entitled "One of the Idle Rich." and
la tlon of officers. At noon dinner was
served to about 2 OS persons. In the aft
ernoon Mrs. Ida Burgess, past master
of Rockwood Grange, assisted by Mrs.
M. Gulaness. Mrs. lEmma Pearson
snd Louise Nute .installed the
following officers : T. Jj Kreuder, mas
ter: W. A. Toung, overseer; Mra Susan
Wlndle. lecturer; Mrs. Jennie R. Miller,
chaplain; A. F. Miller, steward; Claire
Worthlna-ton. assistant steward; Mra.
dance through an act entitled "Just Lit
"The Journey's End." movie play at
traction on the Hippodrome bill this
week. Is s love story of unusual strength,
tarring Mabel Ballln.
tTMMaa Ua jVtlrlaa aavpat sk W
Margaret Dana with her partner. Leon- trsasurerl Ik srT Prtaci Pomonal
ara enr. sing ana piay tne piano ana T.lu,,. MltPhll. Ceres: Mra. Cora
Galloway, Flora; Miss Amelia Kllnkle.
ladyiLaasiaUnt steward ; D. C Nees, gate
keeper. Mra. Adah Wallace Unruh gave
a talk on behalf of the children's farm
home to bo located near Corvallls. The
declarations of principles of the .grange
was read by Alfred D. Crldge. Memo
rial services were held In loving recol
lection of the late W. H. Grable and of
Mrs. Viola Leo. Tribute was paid by
Rev. E. A. Smith to the worth and life
of Mra Lee and ,by W. A. Toung to the
value of Mr. Grable aa a cltlsen, friend
snd coworker In Odd Fellowship and in
W W) w
Nydla temple. Daughters of the Nile,
win install officers for the year Friday.
January to. at 1 o'clock. Supreme
Oratorio Society Is
Heard in 'Messiah
At The Auditorium
The ' oratorio "Messiah" waa impres
sively presented at The Auditorium Sun
day afternoon by the Portland Oratorio
society and four soloists, Mra OoWls QueB Annie Larson of Seattle will be
. ....... . "i nv . n. aai- jjiatalllng officer, a musical program
tylene Fraker Stltes, contralto : J. Mac- ana reception for supreme queen and new
MlUaa Mulr, tenor, and 'John Claire officers will follow. Mra J. P. Moffett
Montelth. baritone. The accompanists assisted by the following committee; will
were William K. Boone, organist and have charge of reception : Mesdames
Mm, Ethet Meade, pianist Joeeph A. George Stapleton. Archie Tburiow, J.
F la ley was the conductor. The audi- Coulaon Hare, -William Knapp, Vancouv-
onoa numbered about 1100. The next sr. Wash.; W. J. Hoffman. Frank. S.
AuiMrt mt tkla aevlaa will ha en V.Km. nr..) T H. Tnnrue. Hillsboro: H. S.
are t, when the main attrsctlon will I TuthUU W. D." McWatars. - Mrs. Dow T.
be the rlchenlaub violin ensemble-
Walker . will have charge Ot -refresh
Villa lodre. L O. a. of Moots villa.
m-tu fonnallv oaen Its new hall Tuesday
varnlna-. Tha RebekahS of MonUvUU
will cooperate In making the gathering
a aneeeaa. - Tha hall to an extension Of
the old building, located at East GUsan
and East Eightieth streets, ana shot.
than doubles lu sis. It to rated ono.of
ik. maifwtaMa bBoaulke and con-
Paleatine lodca. A. F. and A. M. meet
ing at Archer place on the Mount Scott
line, aouUt of the Franklin nign kwm,
has obtained the nervices ox utoii -tea)
next Wednesday evening; one of the
best Informed Masons in the state, who
will deliver a lectors entitled -me ptory
I of Masonry." An brother Masons are
Invited to attend. There wu no nu
menu foaowta the lecture. !; V r
On Wednesday 'evening. January IS.
a Joint Install ati win be given at Port
land Social Tars vers nau. sa iw
teenth street by the Modern Woodmen
of America. Officers of the following
M. W. A. camps wlU be instaiieo ny
H. V. Bcec. Padfio coost Oepoty neaa
consul r CaUfornis. vis:' Oregon Fir,
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rows LM. kast 11 rowa tl; Oailsry.
first sewn rows reserved tie. ad
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Balcony. $1 ; GaUery. rase Med and
Add II Far Qrat War Tax
Elwyn Concert BnreAu
Prices $2J20, $L63, $L10. 55c
eats now selling at -Sherman,
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: SILVER NUT CAKE
1 capful turxr
Jy$ CBpful Crisco i
.4 wbltet of cgst
H tesapoonful vanJDa extract
2 cupfuls Bout ,
L teaspoon ful (alt ,
3 tesspoonfult bakin( powder
1 cupful chopped pecans ot Engllan
' , walnut meats
H cupful mSk
Cream Crisco and sugar. Sift dry ingredients
and add to Crisco mixture, alternating with
the m3k; add nuts and vanilla extract, - Beat
en whites to stiff froth snd foU b at last.
Turn mts Criacoed and touted cake as and
bate in moderate
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IF you have ever tried to make a fine cake
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necessity for fresh shortening.
Expert cooks insist upon Crisco because it is a
standard product on whose freshness one can
rely anytime and anywhere. It contains no
preservatives, adulterants, salt or moisture
just pure vegetable oil of the highest grade,
hardened to creamy consistency by the special
Crisco process which prevents rancidity. Sim
ply keep it in a cool place until you.need it.
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Beflftwsrs clsaass start at CotCUoa Haa
Wednesday and mday oveeings at T
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Bir advanoed Clisaas start at MsrtarTc
Hail Tuesday evening, and at CoUlitoa
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