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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, oWoON
SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 3. 1922
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Gertrude Vanderbilt wiin David Beksco's "The Gold
Attractive Gifts May Be Made
: K ;; With Colored Sealing Wax
How ( to ' make attractlre and
llstlnctlta 7 Christmas gifts at a
f mall c6st la a problem that piu-
:'.es many 4 Sealing wax Is one to
ut ion. Manx things can be made
kith sealingwat and with virtu-1
hUy no expense. Bar pins, beads.
lecorated perfume bottles and
Canity cases Are some of them.
The wax which, comes . in. almost
till shades and colors! may ; be
purchased ' at' any book or art
ttore-. . i .
Bar pins are perhaps the easi
est to make. For '-a foundation
kny inexpensive pin will do. A
number Df the bar pins at the
1 5 cent stores- are of a. pretty size
fend shape. Those do alcely for
The wax is first melted. This
done by holdlnj. one. end of
be stick, over a lighted candle.
's soon as the wax melts slightly
ub the end"o ihe melted stick
aver the ptxt. The, wax '.will, prob-
ably not look smooth at first.
As soon as the pin Is covered care
fully, hold It over the candle, let
ting the wax melt slowly and run
smoothly over the surface of the
pin. At first it will require some
patience to get the desired re
The newly covered pin soon
dries and is then ready for decor
ations. Rosebuds of contrasting
colors are very pretty. The size
and number of the rosebuds, will
depend on. the shape and size of
the. pin. Ordinarily three buds
look, best, one large one In the
center and a smaller one on eith
er side. As it takes a very small
amount for the decorations. It Is
not necessary to melt very much,
of the second stick' of wax. As
soon as it Is melted, drop on the
pin. - Then heat a needle over
the candle and Insert it into the
center of the drop to fix it firm
ly on the pin. Next shape the
drop Into a rosebnd by heating
'the needle and makinr groves in
the wax. : The choice of colors
of wax depends on Individual
taste. Black for a foundation or
a covering for the pin with blue,
lavender, and rose as buds, is
a combination that Is pretty.
To make beads, break off a
piece of wax the size .that the
bead is to be; they may be made
any size or shape desired. Heat
a, hatpin over a candle and push
it through the piece of wax. Then
hold the hatpin over the candle,
turning It around slowly so that
the wax will melt evenly. While
the wax is still pliable, shape the
beads as desired oblong, round,
square or any other shape. As
soon as this is done, .hold them
carefully over the candle again,
and melt just enough to make the
The beads may be decorated
by melting wax of another color
and dropping It on the beads.
Hold over landle so the colors
will melt and blend in with the
foundation color. Another way
la to place the drops on and only
melt enough to fix then) smooth
ly on. This way the colors do
not blend with the foundation,
but stand out distinct.
The beads may be strung on
a small cord the color of beads.
Nine beads will make a string of
average length. They should be
placed about three or three and
a half Inches apart. A small
knot should be tied at the open
ings of both ends of the beads
in order to hold them in place.
Artistic effects may be worked
out in making, wax beads, and
Jher add a distinctive touch to a
Dainty and expensive looking
gifts may be made by decorating
perfume, bottles. Empty bottle
of various sizes and shapes may
be purchased at almost any drug
Btore at a, small, cost.
To decorate the bottles, mark
a diamond, triangular, circular.
square, or oblong design on the
oottie and fill with melted wax.
The wax for this will be melted
in the same way as for the beads
and bar pins. After the founda
tion color Is on, add touches, ot
Small vanity cases decorated
in the same way aiso make dainty
and attractive gifts that have a
note of individuality.
Many lovely color schemes may
be made in working with wax.
The black foundation, with touch,
es of blues, lavenders, yellows,,
and roses, and shades of green is
always an artistic combination.
Then there are the blue and gray
backgrounds with touches of yel
low and orange to brighten them.
Rose background with black and
wfclte decorations is a striking
combination. Pale rone with lav
ender and green, blue and gold,
silver, violet and blue, are com
binations that always give excel
lent results. Then, too, the very
delicate color schemes may be
used to give dainty effects.
Gifts of this sort may be made
during spare time. It is not only
fascinating, but may be made
profitable work, since there is al
ways a demand for this type of
thing during Christmas shopping
i would make a man warm right
idown in his heart, evn if the
: blanket were anything 'else that
tliy chos-. to give.
thic-cih mm w
IS MASTER fllf ! IS REMEMBERED
! I ons. This time, howe
English Players Selected by . Oregon Grower Empioves American who bought
Galsworthy Himself i Show Esteem for Man 4 'Vb coZTJa 51?
Will be Here
Who is in Charge
Once raor Germany is asking
for a foreign loan ol a few bil
lons. This time, however, the
leel that they have done their
Wife I wish, dear, that you'd
settle my last year's milliner bUU
I really can't slep thinking of it;
Hub Your conscience pricking
Wife Oh. no. but I need a
new hat right away. New York
"The Skin Game," John Gals-j When William Kay, foreman
worthy's tragic-comedy which at the Oregon Growers' paciinj;
William A. Brady produced in as- !pIant 8tarted in oa hi3 wiln
sociation with the Rean-Dean .. , '.
company of London, will present the Salom Fruit un!on 11 -veafS
the play at the Grand theatre on ago u was tko oVt that
Wednesday. December 6, for an 'Picked to do and to do well.
eEgajment. of one night. He didn't think of :t as a path.
The play was originally pro-!to giory or any such tiasel s.iuU .
duced under the direction of Basil i . , t
Dean at St. Martin's theatre, Lon-iU Was his stu" ana he wus ,
don, and wu one of the greatest ffoing to 00 JOhnny-on-the-spot
successes seen on the Loudon !t0 do ir the very best he knew;
stage. When William A. Brady ,how Ho felt that wa' about
arranged to present the Gals- 51 for 11 vears- i
worthy play in America it was a; 1 ut on tufaay afternoon he
Tuesday, Dec. 12
MASTEB MTSTEBY MAN
Ktrsl Senxat inal Kmkw of
- ..i .iter '.icti.r.v nd pirrtntjsm method, mind renting, aplrit
bMuV .putt oi. n-tm fc Uble monng. kind Uppiaga, ctblart
r.:i.2iitst.ci. gicW. Magei Irom tU Afi, etc. t . , .
part of hl agreement with the .
got a little taste of what re-
Farmer Turmut had been to
market. His cattle had fetched
good prices, and. feeling flush,
he bought a piece of cloth to have
made into a suit of clothes.
But alas! on his homeward
journey he lost it. His careless
ness annoyed Mrs. Turmut very
much. She told the vicar about
it the next day.
A week later the vicar met
Turmut. "Good morning, Mr.
Turmut," said the goo man;
"hare you heard anything 'bout
your cloth?" -
"Yea,' he said, mournfully and
solemnly, "1 have morning, noon
and night." !
original producers that Dean who!jVvard there may lye in even pluin
had staged the play in London i'-'ob-" if one dop!' jt Tnc
should perform a like service inother emPloyes Hocked in around
connection with the American khim' takin a littIe time off dur"
production. j IngT the rain, and William Hines,
An excellent New York cast h.Vi ?n the nartte of the plant work"
been selected by Mr Brady and fer8, Presented foreman Kay with
Galsworthy for the present tour, if b-t:ul Indian blanket aa a
and the production is a duplicate TT x,
of that which thrilled theatre- L 7 had. worked wunder hinJ
goers in London 'but U wasn 1 Wlth the sense oI
"The Skin r.m- ..-. .inferiority. It was as pals, help-
" w icua a, si.li-
ring human story of class con
flict. It is the story of the feud
between the Hillcrests and the
Hornblowers. Galsworthy has
placed the play in an English set
ting, but the application is uni
versal. The New York ensemble
of English players selected by
Galsworthy himself will present
the play here.
The,; American Federation qf
Musicians wants beer and light
wine. Something wet is required
to do the "compah, compah"
Kant This place certainly
turns out fine men.
Decartes When did you grad
ing to do the big Job of getting
the Oregon fruit packed daintily,
appetizingly for the outside
world, and Ray and the others
wore all part of the big Job.
They liked the way he ran things
and they took the blanket way
ol telling him so.
It didn't take them all that
11 years to know that Kay is
an unusual foreman and it isn't
jprobable that he worked all
ttiose years just lor one DianKei
in pay. They've just been get
ting along like pals for a,U these
years, and things were going
smoothly without the blanket
"Didn't graduate; they turned (episode. But it's something fine.
me out." Notre Dame Juggler, now that it has happened; it
BEHIND THE SCENES IW1TH ;. THE MEDIUMS' S, a ;
TRICES. INCLUDING WAS TAX Sl.PO, 75c, 80e ' !
8EATS ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE, DECEMEEE, ltTU AT 9 A. M.
MMJ. UK1E11S, DKCKMBKR 4T1I.
"Quality Brand" Dishpan
; .oVfiALE' STAETO MOKDAY 4TH
10-Quart Diihpani $1.00 Each
14-Quart Disbpans $1.98 Each
17 Quart Disbpans $2.49 Each
Out snrjrjlv of these 20-vefcr cruaranteed seamless dish
pans' is limited. Crowds wUl be here we therefore urge
you to be at our store promptly at 7 a.m. so you will not
' be disappointed. ,
SALEM HARDWARE CO.
Monthly Milk Prices Effective
1 pint milk per jlay
X quart milk per day
3 pints, milk per day
2 cfuarta milk per day
5 pints milk per day .......
3 quarts milk per day
4 quarU milk per day ....
Whipping cream, per pint
Table cream, per Vk pint .
Skim, milk per gallon.
Paateurlzed ipifc fron Tuberculin Tested Cows
' "Everything Just Lijte New"
!- - Tuesday Dec; 5, 1:30 p. m. sharp
. t 1027 Oak Street ,
' L' ' 1 Opal 6-nole range, coiled, polished top, nickel
. base, enameled back, and front, extra good; 1 7
'drawer round bobbin drop-head Singer sewing
machine, used vety little; 1 square oak extension
table ; 3 waxed oak diners, leather seats, full box-
ed; 1 hickory porch arm chair, 1 ivory rockers, 2
reed rockers, tapestry upholstered; 1 fcVday mantle
-cloek, 1 Wilton' rug, 9x12, extra good"; wool-mg
'9xI2,4ike new? 10 curtains and draperies, 8 cush
"ions, 1 large mirror, X ivory bedroom suite consist
ing of triple glass vanity dresser, chiffonier, ivory
A.bed and 40 lb. silk floss mattress, chair and stand
this is a good suite ;.l fall leaf table, 1 lap serving
r-board, enamel .screen, ; small stand, wood, 3 Large
i goose 'feather pillowf table napkins, table linens,'
silverware, kitcbenware, dishes, wash tubs, new
wringer, good saddle, ladies' plush coat, fur col
lars and cuffs, size 38; 2 small rugs, 9 shades, 20
. electric globes, electric iron and many other ar-
: JULIA PARSONS, Owner
. 1027 Oak Street .
F. N. WOODRY, Auctioneer
p., Res. 1610 N. Summer St. '
N KEEPING with the policy that has pre
- "" vailed during the past five years, the
People's Cash Store offers to all churches,
lodges, societies and charity associationsT
wholesale prices on, fruits,' nuts and' candies
during the holiday season. We. will be glad
to figure with you on yourrneds.
With the approaching holiday season you will find
most appreciatable; aitts at the Walk-Over, Shoe Store.
Por instance, a patr of nifty Walk-Over Shoes, pumps
In all the newest styles aad at erery day price ,
(bos specials) as our specials are our every day sales, -i
Priced at the, lowect posslbls fieure to meet with your
entire, satisfaction,. Today you pay for what yen get
and ia buying Walk-Over Shoes you get what you pay
for. Then to the cosy toes fek foot-wear is an accept
able gift of the finest quality obtainable in felt-wear.
Shop at the earliest possible date to get the best
choice: While stockn are complete and sises-Intact.
The; Store That
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Eyes stabbing, fangs bared for battle, the great
body rigid then rippling in a spring. Fight- "
ing a wolf -pack for the love of a woman-and
winning her hate. ' .
In very, truth the snowland's greatest story
of mother-love and dog-devotion; big in drama, j
bigger still in sheer surprise. V
As you never have gasped before yon
will when Strongheart spring.
Made 'Midst the Wolf Packs at; the
Risk of Iif e BUT WORTH THE RISK !
TODAY and TOMORROW
Windus on the Wurliizer
Playing "Long, Long Trail
-WSJ"! j-1 V
John J. Rottle
17 COTL ST.