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TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, . 1922.
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150 Guests Meet
By Belea Hstebieoa
MORE than 150 guests called dar
ing the afternoon today at the
" horn of Mrs. Wallace rMcCamant, in
;King street, to greet Mrs. Calvin Cool
ldge; wife of the vice-president of the
United States, and Mrs. Frank W.
Stearns, who ts a" member of the otri
' cial party which is touring the West.
Late summer flowers in lovely baskets
and other arrangements added much
i to the charm of the rooms t for the
occasion, many of. the flowers having
been sent by friends of the hostess m
' compliment to the distinguished visi-
At the tea table during the afternoon
v those who presided were: Mrs. WU--tlam
M. Ladd, Mrs. Charles F. Beebe.
'Mrs. William C. Alvord. Mrs. Ralph
W. Wilbur, Mrs. William I. Brewster,
Mr. Robert L. Donald, Mn E L.
i Brown and Mrs. Roger B. Sinnott.
Assisting about the rooms were: Mrs.
Edward D. Klngsley. Mrs. Ernest F.
Tucker, Mrs. J. C. Robinson, Mrs.
4 Charles F. Swigert. Mrs. C. W. Wil
, Hams and Mrs. Frederick H. Strong.
'-"Assisting about tile tea table In
leervlng were the Misses Anna Wheeler,
Kathryn Donald. Elizabeth Hailey,
'Kathleen Brown, Sally Hart, Harriet
4 Thompson. Elsa Young and Mabel
i Wlthyoombe.
The Vice-president and Mrs. Coolidge
were guests of honor Monday evening
U t dinner at the home of Mr. and
i Mrs. Ernest W. Hardy in Irvlngton.
imnd a number of other social as well
y as public functions were arranged in
their honor during their stay in the
! Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N. Teal were
"'hosts Monday to a group Of distm
J guished visitors in Portland, who came
;with the delegation of the American
Bar association. ' The party included
f Lord Shaw of Dunfermline, who re
presented the English and Scottish bar
..t.,u.. o , tv, convention, his
! daughter, the Honorable Mrs. aughn
Thompson. Judge John W. Davis.
i former ambassador to the Court of St.
. t-.,i nA thoir nnhew,
? Junes, iura. Lft'o .1,-v ....... r .
Mr. Prescott. Thsy entertained at
1 luncheon at one of the highway chalets.
"a tour of the city and later at dinner
)tt the Teal residence. Beside the dis
- 'tinguished visitors the dinner guests
f Included, Judge and Mrs. Charles H.
i Carey, president of the Oregon Bar
? association ; Mr. and Mrs Roger
MacVeagh, and Mrs. George T. Willett.
i k. f. pittock entertained wtth
aftarnoon tea at her home, Friday.
, honoring her. mother. Mrs. A. M. Lead-
t better of Santa Barbara,, on the occa-
l sion of her 82d birthday. A number of
friends of her mother were invited in
? her honor, about 36 guests calling dur-
in? the tea hour. A color scheme of
i yellow and green was used
. rooms and on the serving table, which
I was centered -with a large birthday
' cake decorated with 2 candles.
i I Miss Irene Hegeman. daughter of
. Colonel and Mrs. H. A. Hegeman. will
WerUin. at luncheon Thursday in
4 honor of Miss Gertrude Hemrik, of
i peoria. 111., houseguest of Mrs. J. N.
f Oswald. Covers will be placed for
Mesdames J. N. Oswald. Arthur H.
iWntf Qur I. Boyden, H. A. Hegeman
"S Susses Gertrude Helnrik, Made
line Connors. Irene Kennedy, Vivian
- c Spooner. Delores Hegeman and the
'hostess. . . .
An enjoyable Picnic took place , in
Ithe gardens of Mrs. J. H. Kistler
J Wednesday. .Fifty guests were prwent.
members of Sumner Women s Relief
. Corps and. Sumner post. Mrs. Knuw
- is now senior-vice-president of the
corts. Her mother was a charter mem
.ibeTof the corps and for many years
-lone of Us most active members until
,;her health failed.
' Miss Nadine and Susanne Caswell,
No. 651 Irving street, will be hostesses
et a convention tea Thursday from 8
. 6 Oclock. They will be f-ed by
' members of the Page committee for the
- Epcopal convention but have asked
theST friends and all persons inter
. .welling the entertainment
to attend without the formality
of a written invitation.
" . .... iTM.-AmTin mil brother.
MISS AnntiK! - -
Mr Leon Feldstetn. left Monday for
- ?a notor trip through California Miss
-. Feldstein will remain for an extended
i visit with relatives in Los Angeles, San
" Francisco, and Sacramento. Tpon her
f . m k. .fonmrianied by her
.. return oire ' T
-cousin. Mies Rose Horn, from Los
.'i Angeles. ...
a v. v. Southard and
- son were recent guests of Mrs. William
tlV Hawksley. of No. 1198 Powell
Valley road. Mr. Southard was a
, t former resident of Portlnd and Js now
editor of the Leader of Council. Idaho.
Mrs. Elfrleda Gangser will leave
' Portland Wednesday for a six weeks
sojourn in California. She will visit
- ,lln Captain M. O. Anderson in San
5 Francisco and then go to' Los Angeles
for & visit wtthher nieces.
' I ' Miss Helert Marshall, who with her
! sister. Miss Edith Marshall, has been
'the house guest of her aunt. Mrs. C. D.
IBruun at Weverley Country club for
Vthe summer, will leave for her home In
.Berkeley Saturday.
Mrs Rosa Ewinsr Gearhart enter-
s talned with two luncheons recently In
- honor of her mother, Mrs. Carrie Say-
" vlor, who la leavlnir for San Francisco
next month to spend the winter. i
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Haynes. Miss
" I Dora Haynes and S. Allen Crysler
'motored to Sea view. Washington, from
f Seattle, and are spending a week with
; Mr. and Mrs. George Hotchkiss Street.
Mrs. C. R. Webber, daughter Helen
' ''and Louise, accompanied by Miss Inez
' . Fairchild and Miss Lucille McKay of
... Taeoma, motored to Cannon beach, for
the week end.
Miss Lenna Jeffery, Baulding. Ohio,
: who has for 10 days been the guest
. ef her uncle. Jefferson. Myers, returned
. tto her home MonSa.y evening over the
Canadian Pacific.
Hairs Will Vanish
After This Treatment
fToilet Helps)
You can keep your arms, neck or
face free from hair or fuss by the
occasional use of plain del atone and
In using it you need have no fear
of marring or Injuring the skin.
A thick paste ts mad by mixing
soma of the powdered delatone with
water. --Then -spread a the hairs
and after 2 or 3 minutes nab off
wa&a the skin and all traces of
hair have vanished." Be careful,
however t get real delatone. -
MARIE RICH, who ii
closmg an interesting
engagement this week at The
Oaks with Armstrong's
Baby Doll Revue in "Sa
tires of 1922."
f 1
'A " T i i
Lending charm and graciousness to
the i productions of Edward Armstrong
this season at Oaks park auditorium
haSi been the work of Marie Rich, a
winsome little player direct from two
seasons with Kolb and Dill.
Miaa Rich comes into musical com
edy naturally, as her father, Frank
Rich, has long been known as a di
rector of light burlesque and extrava
ganza. Her appearance under the
Arftistrong banner has been notable
in I the . versatility of her specialties.
This week in "Frolics of 1322" Bhe ap
pears in an Irish offering, "I'm Glad
He's Irish," which is beiny well re
ceived. Iparls, Aug. 15. An unusual trim
ming for one of the early autumn hats
is; a combination of the two favorite
decorations, ostrich feathers and coque.
A hat on which the combination was
used retained the wide brim so much
like this Summer. The brim was cin
namon felt, the Tarn o'-Shanter crown
of taffeta In the same shade. Stand
ing upright around the base of the
crown were little pompons of cinnamon
ostrich alternating with wisps of coque.
London, Aug. 15. One of the most
novel uses yet discovered for ribbon
was In the trimming of a puce pink
taffeta gown. The gown itself was
the usual full skirt topped by a plain,
fairly snug bodice, and it had a rounded
neckline and no sleeves.; What saved
itjfrom being like many another gown
was the girdle. This consisted of loops
of soft satin ribbon some eight inches
wide in tones of geranium, sealing wax
aid garnet. The. ribbon fell in loose
loops all round the low waist-line, the
loops being about a foot long.
Brilliant Colors Decorate the
Summer Mode.
For th airl fmm J A r e
silk jersey makes an- excellent semi,
sports frock for country wear. The
surplice closing, dropped , shoulder
line and bell sleeves are emphasised
by several lines of oordinet stitching
In VlVid KMunt rnlora .ilk
Is one of the most important notes
"" season ane is rtrmly estao
lislted as a permanent and fully ap
proved fabric It is particularly good
for warm VMthsr olnthM W.n.. 1
has great possibilities for tailoring- and
uu none oi tne aiseomlort -or cloth
(CepyrigM, 1J2, bj Tegse.1 Ksw Teri)
Ridgefield, Wash.. Aug. 15. This
section of the country experienced sev
eral downpours of rain, accompanied
by thunder and lightning Monday eve
ning. ; The precipitation was extremely
neavy. , ; - ....
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Film De
Romance of
South Sea
Br T. A. c.
: A handful of rose pearls, one
dainty bit of femininity and a large
brawny fist mix delightfully in "The
Man Unconquerable, starring jack
Holt, now playing at the Rivolt It's
well worth seeing.
There's none of this South Sea soft
stuff in the picture, although the action
centers in Bintang, one of those alleged
dreamy isles of the South Seas. There
isn't a property moon, stock ukelele.
nor a fadeout featuring soft palm
fronds and other soft things in any reel
Of it.
Jack Holt, as Robert Kendall, is sum
moned from New York to run the pearl
fishing business founded by his uncle,
Silas Ladd. On his way out he meets
Rita, the daughter of Rinaldo, a fiery
Spaniard, who has been the pearling
competitor of Kendall's late uncle.
- Among the things that Ladd did not
take with him when he essayed the
great adventure was Nils Kilsson, a
hefty bit of South Sea bravado and
scum, played by Clarence Burton, who
leads a selected gang of toughs in
poaching in the Rinaldo company's wa
ters. Rinaldo protests to the lazy and
crooked French governor, played by
Willard Louis, to put a stop to Nils
son's practices, but In vain, for the
simple reason that the governor is in
cahoots with Nilsson In poaching and
, Kendall arrives on the scene and
sets out to show who's boss. The first
thing to do in this. lawless land is
make law. The fist and the machine
gun replace another brand of constitu
tion, and in controlling things Kendall
has some merry scraps with Nilsson
and his gang.
Of a lively series of adventures one
is fatal to old Rinaldo, Rita's father,
and the pearls, which were Rlnaldo's,
are stolen. Kendall is suspected of the
theft and murder. But Kendall re
fuses to be downed. In fact, he ef
fects the arrest of the real murderers.
But the title of the picture is all
wrong. Holt isn't 'The Man Uncon
querable" not so that i you could notice
it. The girl, Rita, gets him in the end.
Special interest attaches to the lunch
eon meeting of the Business and Pro
fessional Woman's club to be neia
Wednesday at 12:10 when the speaker
will be Dr. Glenn Levin Swlffgett.
Dr. Swlgeert is in charge of commer
cial education of the United States
bureau of education. He was edu
cated in the United States and
Europe. He was formerly a mem
ber of the committee on education of
the national foreign trade council, and.
the United States chamber of com
merce, and- a member of the United
States group committee on Guatemala,
Colombia and Uruguay international
high commission. He organised the
second pan-American scientific con
gress and prepared the printed reports
and proceedings of this congress, 11
volumes, in four languages.
E. G. Crawford, first vice-president
of the United States National bank
will be chairman of the day and -the
vice president. Miss Bertha McCarthy.
will preside. A cordial invitation Is ex
tended to business men arid educators.
Plates will be 75 cents. Reservations
should be made at once by calling
Broadway 4080.
Central W. C. T. U. will give a "sil
ver tea" Wednesday afternoon from t
to 6 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Ada
Wallace Unruh, 1101 First street. Mem
bers will take the South Portland car
to Hamilton avenue, go west to First
street. Members of other unions and
all friends of the W. C. T. U. are in
vited to enjoy a cup of tea and a social
hour. Rev. Daniel Bryant of the East
Side Baptist church, who has recently
been making some personal investiga
tions of social condition in Portland,
will be present and discuss some prob
lems in which both the churches and
the W. C. T. U. are vitally interested.
The Women's Economic club of Eve
ning Star Grange is giving a picnic
at the home of Mrs. Josephine Pickard,
No. 1927 Division street, Wednesday.
There will be a basket lunch served at
noon. All members cordially invited.
Qualities you
you'll find
Golden West
surpasses in
ithe Qualities
you most
5 desire;,
Willard Mack
Skit Vivid
By C. L. S.
THE underworld, with its sordid,
mysterious phases of crime, is viv
idly portrayed by the Willard Mack
playlet. "Kick In. at th Pantages
theatre this week. Those who have
obtained fleeting glimpses of that por
tion rot the world which thrives on
nocturnal adventures and dark deeds,
and whose ethical code is the law under
which the players In real life operate,
will get a post-graduate course by
viewing this masterful presentation by J
the Mack company. The machinations,
plots, conspiracies and the artful man
ner of their consummation, together
with character impersonations which
are not overdrawn, give an adequate
idea of it all.
The plot concerns the efforts of a
reformed crook and his wife to remain
in the straight and narrow path, but
who are compelled to revert to type to
shield another. Willard Mack, author
of the play, did not take the leading
role at Monday's performance because
of his illness. A substitute was used
to good advantage, however. The au
thor's wife assumes an important part
In the sketch.
The Jarvls revue, featuring four at
tractive girls and two men. is a strong
contender for high honors on the pro
gram. The slngtng is especially good
and there is a rollicking vein of farce
comedy running through the act.
Another talented company is the
Caledonian four, who are all their ra
cial designation implies. In costume
and song they reflect the distinctive
ness of the Scots. Their act is round
ly applauded.
Honors are about evenly divided by
a mother and her two daughters. The
Cranes, adept at song, comedy work
and pantomime, are an appreciated ad
dition to the program. One girl is
named Alpha and the other Delta, but
their Greek, designations only go to
enhance the cleverness of their act.
Rapid-fire juggling features the
opening vaudeville act. The Belmont
boys are a speedy aggregation and
they get the audience in good humor
for the other treats in store.
The animated Fables possess ' their
usual humor, and the Pathe News
pictures are of topical Interest
rirtr. Can tt First tad Alder. Bt thine.
dtneinc, pienien. Armstrong Baby Doll
Rctus at 8 and 9 p. m. 1
WIXDEMUTH WUlamstto ftor. Ltunefcat
or Brooklyn can. Swimminc, dancing daily.
COLUMBIA BEACH Columbia rirer. Van
couver cart. Conceuieni, swimminc. picnici,
danciat daily.
PANTAGES Broadway at Aldar. Hi eh claas
vanderiu and photoplay faataraa. Aftar
nooa aad Tnin. Procram ebanses Mon
day afternoon.
HIPPODROME Direction Aekermao tt Har-
ria. Broadway -at TamhilL VaudaTiU and
Alice lAk, in "Kiaaea." 1 p.m. to 11
p. m. Delifhtfn) Eiiht comedy.
HEDLJO Broadway at Taylor. Harold Uoyd
la "uraaama a Boy. 1 1 a. a. to 11 p.
m. Snperlatircly funny.
EIVOLI Waahincton at Park. Jack Holt, in
"Tba Man Lncorujuerable. 11 a. m. to
11 p. m. South Sea melodrama. , -
rxuE MOUSE 11th at- Washington. "Tba
Man From Hall a River." 11 a. m. to 11
p. m. Melodramatic romance.
COLCMBIA -Sixth near 'Washington. "Red
Hot Romance. 11 a. m. to 11 p. m.
Soarktinl eomedr.
MAJESTIC Washington at Park. ""The Wall
Flower." 11 a. m. to 11 p. m. Clerer
LIBERTY. Broadway at Stark. "Hurrteanea
11 a.m. Ie 11 p.m. Stirring ro
mance. CIRCLE Fourth near Waihincton. Ana
Forrest in Lore a Boomerang." 11 a. m. to
4 o clock to following morning.
Summer Comfort: .
Cantilever Shoes
Hot weather tests human resist
ance. We have learned to take al
most every precaution to make the
strain of summer bearable we eat
cooling foods, wear light clothes
and straw hats and neglect what
is s most important, comfortable
Warm days make the feet swell
and perspire. Few shoes can stand
this test of comfort. If you change
now to Cantilever Shoes you will
find great relief in their perfect
ease. '.
In Cantilever Shoes the body re
lazes, walking is no longer an ef
fort, you feel cooler. Cantilever
Shoes are made on lasts designed
from the: natural outline of the
foot. The normal inner -sole line,
and the slightly tilted heel, en
courage easy carriage without un
due strain at any point. These are
good-looking shoes.
i There is ample toe room, and
such freedom do thtr feet enjoy
from the flexible shank of Can
tilever Shoes that muscles and
cords grow strong' from exercise
and fallen arches -are corrected. -
Try Cantilever Shoes for summer
comfort. You will become an all-year-round
I Made on trim lines, of fine leath
ers and white Egyptian canvas.
Cantilever Shoe Store
3S3 Alder &U, : Medical B!dg. ,
If HAT v
n. r- ''it
rs onare
In Honors of
"Hip ' Bill
MONKEYS that do everything there
ia to do but talk, and incidentally
give a very presentable burlesque of
a vaudeville show, are featured this
week st the Hippodrome theatre in -an
act called! "A Monkey Hippodrome."
presented by Mr. Everest, who is never
seen or even heard.
There Is a juggler, tight -rope walker
who really walks on a pole aerial
acrobats and tumblers. There is an or
chestra, which supplies much of the
comedy ' and some very uncertain mel
ody. Irish melody and jokes that fairly
glitter, they are so green, send Larry
Rellly over the footlights with a flour
ish and twinkle, Larry, me la"d, who is
billed ss Ireland's Sweetest Singer.
, Torrano, the child accordionist, aside
from a consideration of her playing,
arouses the curiosity and makes one
wonder if she really Is a child and Just
how old she is and why and where and
how she go the name Torrano. Tor
rano has an accordion every bit as big
as the one Pietro used to haul around
with him. and to an untrained ear she
seemed to play It every bit as well.
Sonia's escorts in an act billed. Sonia
& Kscortsi plessurable pastimes, are
very clever acrobats and know Just
what they are doing, but it is Sonia
herself and her smile that put this
act above the ordinary.
Mitchell's Jasa Maniacs, songs, steps,
fun, do Juet what they are billed to
do and live up to their professional
name. There are two carefully groomed
negro men, on black face comedian,
made up like Al Jolson, in spite of a
natural advantage not in Al's favor,
and typical "high brown lady, who
plays, dances and sings.
The program includes a full movie
with Alice Lake featured in "Kisses,"
a news reel and a reel showing the
Shrine convention in California.
Oswego. Walupra lodge, A. F. and
A. Mt, organised last February by
Oswego members of Milwaukte lodge
and new members from the Oswego
district ad which has since been
meeting under a dispensation from the
grand lodge. will be i constituted
Wednesday night at a big meeting in
the Odd Fellows hall. Quests of honor
will be grand lodge - officers of Ore
gon and visiting Masonnlc brothers
from Milwaukte, Oregon City and Port
land. The original Oswego lodge
some years ago was moved to Mflwau
kle because a larger number of Masons
lived In that locality.
Mrs. Anna Brown, worthy Wgh
priestess of Oregon Shrine. White
Shrine of Jerusalem, with her officers
are planning the annual picnic Sat
urday at Peninsula park. AU members
and their friends are invtled to come
and bring lunch. and cup. Coffee and
cream will be furnished by the com
mittee in charge; special features In
the afternoon and dancing in the even
ing will furnish entertainment.
Good Morning!
Wasn't that a welcome change
to get that long-needed rain?
Tou were interested in the re
duction made in the price of
ii-, but are you aware that for
heating your house we set a sep
arate meter, so that we can bill
yoa that gas at a special, lower
This shows the Lorain Oven
heat Control.
You set the disc at whatever
temperature you desire. When
the heat reaches that de
gree, the control automatically
shuts off the gas and keeps it
at the exact degree you desire.
In this modern oven of the
Reliable gas ranges
you can place--your entire meal.
'set the disc of the Lorain control
. ac the desired degree. light the
oven and go away. When you
come home your meal is done.
If you are late it is ready to
- serve just the same without be
ing overcooked.
: The Gas Co. is more interested
in Satisfied Customers than in
selling appliances and therefore
sells only-ujhe Best there is at
tiae most moderate margin com
patible with business sense.
1 Husband loves hot cakes? But
you have to smoke up the kitch
en? Our .Vulcan cake griddles
make no smoke. ,A revelation.
i Our steam-pressure cookers
are wonderful money savers.
Cheaper cuts of beef cooked as
vender as the finest cuts. - Even
old touzrh hen aa tender mm
a. Droiier. ,
r 'k;
Mrs- IKxMy
By TBoratoa W. Barget
A lent time ago I was forced to decide
That worry aad anger are closely allied.
H0ty Fx.
REDDT FOX had been missed at
home. He should have been there
shortly after daylight, or even before.
Mrs. Reddy had" the four young Foxes
to look after- and she needed Reddy's
help. You know they were big enough
now to get their first lessons tn the
Great World and to - be taught how
to hunt for their own food. Of coarse
they were inclined to be venturesome,
They did not yet know the dangers
of the Great World. They couldn't
understand why they shouldn't go
where they pleased. So when they
were away from their old home tn
the Old Pasture they needed close
watching. And to watch two of them
and keep them out of mischief was
about all Mrs. Reddy felt she could
So when Reddy was late Mrs. Reddy
became provoked. Those young Foxes
were teasing to go hunting for grass
hoppers down on the Green Meadows.
Mrs. Reddy 'had hard work to keep
them quiet.
"We'll go just as soon as your fa
ther gets home." said she. "He should
be here now. I don't understand why
he isn't Now lie down and be quiet
until he comes."
The four Foxes did as they were
told, for they had been taught to tnind.
But they were hungry and they Just
couldn't keep still. Jolly, round, bright
Mr. Sun climbed higher and higher
tn the blue, blue sky. and still their
father did not return. Mrs. Reddy
became worried. Never once since
those children were born had Reddy
stayed away like this. Something
must have happened to him. What
could have happened to him she hadn't
the slightest idea. This wasn't the
hunting or trapping season and she
could think of no one of the Green
Forest people smart enough to catch
By and by she decided that they
could wait no longer. Those young
Foxes must be fed. She took one
long last look over. toward the Green
Forest, then led her lively children
down on the Green Meadows to hunt
for grasshoppers and Meadow Mice.
Then for a while she had no time to
think about Reddy ; she had other
worries. Those lively young Foxes re
quired every bit of her attention. First
one and then, another would wander
too far away and would have to be
brought back and scolded. It seemed
to her that they never would get their
fill of grasshoppers.
But at last their little stomachs
were full and they were quite ready
to ko back to the home in the Old
Pasture for a nap. It was late in the
morning and jolly, round, bright Mr.
Sun was high in the blue, blue sky.
Sre saw at once that Reddy Fox had
not returned and again he began to
be worried. While the four young
Foxes lay curled up for a nap she
kept her eyes wide open and tried to
think what ' could have happened to
Reddy. She was far too worried to
take a nap herself.
Suddenly, far in the distance, she
heard a sound that caused her to sit
One lady 'conceived a clever
plan of saving all her paper
sacks, into which her husband
with the Briquet tongs puts as
many Briquets as the sack will
hold. When he is away she can
replenish the furnace by simply
placing a few of the filled bags
on the fire.
Every woman delights in a
beautiful kitchen. But there is
only one real piece of furniture
in the kitchen and that is the
The quality of the Range is
what gives tone to the kitchen.
Its appearance is what makes
or spoils a kitchen.
If you have an old-style or
worn-out range that makes yon
hate to cook, (when It could be
a pleasure), let the Gas Co.
know and trade It in for what
it is worth.
For small homes where com
fort and no chores are desired.
w have a Floor Furnace, 1H
times as large as any other floor
furnace. This will NOT heat a
whole house, but will nicely heat
two average rooms.
The simmerer burner on your
range is there to save money,
. so you will be pleased and a gas
booster. . It will keep your food
cooking after it comes to a boil
and uses only one fifth ef what
a giant burner burns, and less
than a third of what the average
burner uses. Always cover the
vessel. That saves gas., too.
" -i W,
If your range Isn't working
right, don't giaroe the gas. Let
us fix it i for you. No charge
. for expert to call to see If he
can improve your service. Call
Main 0e : and ask for Service
Iept. . .. I.. .... . .'i ......
Portland Gas Coke Co.
I J--;
Is Provoked
up with her sharp black ears stretched
as widely open as possible. She knew
that sound. There was no mistaking
it ; it was the voice of Bowser the
Hound, it was far away and faint,
but she knew just where it came from.
It cam from over near Farmer
Brown's house. She cocked her head
to one side that she might hear better.
"Wow:' wow, wow. wow!" came Bow
eer's" voice. She knew Instantly ' what
Bowser was saying. He was saying
"Fox, fox, fox, fox 1" And she knew
that he had his nose on a fresh trail.
"We'll go just as soon as your
father gets home," said &he.
A ! sudden suspicion caused Mrs.
Reddy to stop worrying. Instead of
worrying she became provoked. She
became very much provoked. "Reddy
has been fooling around Farmer
Brown's henhouse," thought she. "He
knew better than to do that. Now
liowser the Hound Is after him and
there is no knowing what may happen
He ihad no business to take such a
chance.' I do hope he wtll have sense
enough not to come this way."
j By Taoratoa W. Bargets
(.opyngni, iv., ny j. t. mirgeosi
The next story : "The Young Foxes
uet i a wesson.
Wish we could return to the oeace-
ful war days again. Lansing State
You can hardrv realize
ths wonderful im
provement to your skin
and complexion your
mirror will reveal to you
after ssingGouraadiOricntal
Cream for the first time,
5atf 15c for Trial Siam
Published every Tuesday
Chilly Mornings
will soon make a little heat nec
essary, when you don't want to
light a furnace. That's when the
wonderful Radiantfire is so
Ideal. Costs less than a 2c stamp
for- half an hour's use. Gives
heat immediately, you don't
have to wait half an hour.
That's just why Gas beats all
other ways of heating, be it
space, water or food.
te rabiahtmbje
If you want to save . your
clothes i and money, you need a
Washetr. An electric washer,
yes. Sut . it should "be gas
heatedi Why lift the hot water
and "break your back." when
the proper washer has a gas
burner under it?
By the way, we have two r
three copper tub Almetal Wash
ers, used slightly, made to sell
at 1185. Tou can have these at
half price.
The new Hot-plates on high
legs are quite an Improvement
over the old style,.
We display these on our lower
floor, near the telephone room.
Now is the time to buy that
Radiantfire and figure on that
gas lurnace.
I '
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Police to Aid
Fall Opening
of Theatre
npHB Portland police department
-""- in int rvame or ut u.
is a wnaie or a motion picture. And
Manager; Fred W. Teufel of the Blue
Mouse theatre so thoroughly agrees
with the department that he will open
the fall and winter season at the popu
lar film house with this feature, start
ing Saturday.
Policemen will parade in recognition
of the picture- and after a march
through the business district will be
entertained at the Blue Mouse. Thev
wilt enjoy all the earmarks of an event
in amusement circles, for the fall sea
son is to be opened In earnest. An
tone Stechel and the Blue Mouse or
chestra will be in place in the orches
tra pit and Harry Q. Mills will preside
at the organ. Additional features, in
keepings with the tone of the big picture,
will be offered. Incidentally, the Blue
Mouse theatres at Seattle and Tacoma
will also open their fall seasons with
the same picture, starting Saturday In
each case. -
From the basement to the tip of the
top story, the whole structure of Port
land will know that the Blue Mouse is
on the map Saturday and If any Indi
vidual misses the full import of thst
fact Manager Teufel will have a spe
cial committee ready to wait upon the
errant one with a message of motion
picture moment.
Teufel has made extensive plans for
launching the new season, which will
bring to the Blue Mouse some of the
biggest of the year's picture products.
He has arranged numerous stunts for
heralding the first of the pictures. Pla
cards of unusual design will appear
throughout the city and the massed
patronage of police, with the conse
quent parade of blue coats, will be an
unusual affair. The city will be floods
ed with miniature newspapers called
"The Midnight Star," Saturday eve
Chehalle. Wash.. Aug. 15. The Lewis
county audttor Issued marriage li
censes yesterday to John Powlak and
Eva Kukucka. Tenlno : Henry White
and Ruby Onderson, Chehalis.
awa. at Tarter. n. Mais 1000
it cumij
II A. M. to II P. M.
Together with aaaal fcierh-clasa
(Including War Tax)
AFTERNOONS T0 6 -- 25c
Thirty Acres, of Tn
Skating, Swimming,. Pfenlcs, Games,
Paatimca, Sports
, -frolics op mr
Kow Playing Today at I, Tonight at t
Every Boy aad Girl Admitted Tree
to Armstrong Dolls Show
6tx-Cest Pare Prom Pint aad Alder
America' Ore tart AutharAetor
In Hia Pint and iJreatast hucoea. "KICK IN'
With Willard Jarria and Boa Beeres
kOnUnuavs Shew 1 It P. aa.
MkM) iJidli
rest musio t twwn-tiKr.oj
' fesrth at Watklagtoa
wita o dock the followta morpJnat