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About The advocate. (Portland, Or.) 19??-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 15, 1923)
Mr». Eva Ferner
The House of
Section ¿Devoted to
BOY SCOUT ROUND-UP
Pirating and Attractive Otylsa In the New
In our Fancy Geoda Eectlon^-Plaln and Novolty Qeorgottos, Bllk All
over Laceo, Metallno Cloth, Ombro Qoorgottoe, Bllk Deml Flounelngs,
oto. All flretquallty fabrico at prlceo surprlslngly low. Wo Invito
your Immedlato Inspoctlon and soloctlon whllo tho aseo rimen t lo at
High-Brown Face Powder
A super* toilet nooeralty.
BUTTON IH RESCUED
DEARLY BUTTON was a plump
round little fellow and be was
very sober and quiet, tco, while he re
mained securely fualenoji on the white
apron which he helped to keep In Its
place with the aid of Buttonhole.
Ono day, however, bo found himself
gaily swinging by a thread as the
clotheo on the line In tho yard danced
and flapped In the wind.
"What fun It would bo to be free for
once to roll where 1 like and see a
bit of the world. Now 1 remember
In four ahadee—Natural, Pink, Brunette
High-Brown Faco Powder has earned Ita place In the
esteem of tho moot dlrarlmlnate and akoptlcal users of toilet artlclra
by Ito own distinctive merit end tho complete ratlsfsctlon to bo de
rived from Ito uoo.
Manufactured only by
“Mr. rat Rooster Swallowed •-
THE OVERTON-HYaiENIC MFG.
i-o the white garment when something
“Pick, pick," went Madam Ilan. She
thought aha had found a nice bite to
caL “Too hard,” she clucked and Mr.
Fat Booster, thinking she had some
thing gool to eat. ran up and grabbed
Pearly Button and before It could slip
back on tho ground Mr. Fat Booster
had swallowed it
Oh, bow dark It was for a long
time I Tho next thing Pearly Button
knew It dropped ou the floor lu the
“Wall, well." laughed tbs cook. “If
the fat rooster didn't swallow that
pearl button that came off your
apron." she said to a little girt. "I
looked everywhere In the yard for It
because your mother did not have an
other like it."
Then she let the wster run over
Pearly Button and tho little girl took
it to her mother who sewed it on the
“I hope she sews Li« fust this
time," thought Pearly Button.
can't see anything jolly about running
away. And come to think of It I can
aee a great deal of the world fastened
where I am; and besides I must be a
very One button when they could not
find another to take my place."
Pearly Button never pulled or
strained again at the threads that held
IL It was alwsys right In Its place
and glad tj stay there.
Clarence Burton, the “movie" star,
was born In Windsor, Mo. □•♦ore en
tering the ranks of motion picture
players ho played In stock companies
and in vaudeville- Ho played In one
of the first big pictures over made.
Mr. Burton Is a middle-aged man, five
feet eleven Inches tall, weighs 176
pounds, and has brown hair and brown
(©, ltll, by McClurw N«WBp«p«r Syndicate.) eyes.
Only 20.000 more “to go” and tho
anniversary round-up of the Boy
Scouts of America daily advancing to
ward its goal of K j O.OOO new mem
bers will bo heralded as the greatest
achievement In the history of scout
ing. The present membership of
scouts Is 473.417 and of scout leaders
141.064, making a total of 314,471.
President Harding, one of the most
enthusiastic supporters of the round
up with its alm of bringing to this
Increased number of boys scouting'»
benefits of citizenship training and
character hnlld’nr. Is presenting a set
of red. while and blue streamers to
each troop and council that um -> .- Ita
quota of the Increased membership.
The President's award In each case is
accompanied by an Inspiring letter of
The streamers are being presented
with appropriate ceremonies and by
prominent men to the various winning
troops and councils throughout the
country. One troop tn Kansas was so
fortunate as to receive Its streamers
directly from President Harding when
be recently passed through that state.
Another picturesque ceremony fraught
with reverent memories of the past
and high aspirations for the future
took place In Marion. O., when Dr.
George Harding, father of the Presi
dent. dressed In hie uniform of the G.
A. IL, presented tils son's gift to a
In other parts of the world the
round-up has given helpful Impetus to
the scout movement, according to the
report of the prince of Wales, who has
been visiting many countries. The
prince, who Is chief scout of Wales
and Is an enthusiastic member of, as
he terms scouting, “this big and jolly
brotherhood,” has written the chief
scout executive of the Boy Scouts of
America, James E. West, as follows:
“Filled with happy memory of my
meeting with the Boy Scouts of Amer
ica at the conclusion of my visit to the
United States, I have watched with
great Interest their recent advance
toward the half-mllllon strength.
“I should like to congratulate the
executive and the scouters on the sue-
cess they have attained and on the
helpful impetus their action has given
to the movement elsewhere.
“I feel that in the next generation
this growth of the scout brotherhood
In all lands will not only benefit each
country by producing better citizens,
but will also contribute powerfully to
better understanding between nations
and toward the permanence of Inter
once wbeu 1 was fastened on a card
and rested In n box that a jolly,
bright black button who was not
fastened at all told of the merry timed
It bad had, out In the world, -nd all
because It got loose from the garment
to which It bad been fastened.
MRS. K. D. CANNADY
“Thia Is my chance. It may never
happen again, and 1 am going to take
402 Buchanan Bldg.. Portland, Oro.
It. Ono thread will bo easy for the
Pacific Coast Distributor
Then, snap! went the garment as
OOOOOÖOOOOOOOOOOOODOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO the wind bustled around the clothes
line. And off jumped Pearly Button
and rolled down the bllL
But it wasn’t such fun as it thought,
door. And the hostess must be very
T1IE DAY AT HOME
resting against a cold stone with the
careful to see that all of her guests
FKF.D JORG. Prop.
dust blowing over IL and Pearly But
Ths value of life la to Improve one’s are properly and distinctly introduced
ton was beginning to wish Itself back conditions.—Abraham Lincoln.
to each other, as with few people in a
room It would be most embarrassing
HE custom of having an Informal not to know the name of the women
afternoon at home when your with whom you are talking.
friends may be sure of finding you In.
The hostess makes the conversation
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
shows no signs of waning. Indeed general and of Interest to all the
these Informal entertainments have guests.
By ETHEL R. taken a great lead over the once pop
When a woman has these Informal
SCOUT MAKES SURVEY
Also a Full Line of Staple Groceries
ular evening receptions. They are the days-at-bome, the friends who come
to see her do not have to call again
i You “Stand Up" for Your Coast
The opportunities which the boy
8 Phone Orders Delivered Promptly
295 16th Street, North
of hospitalities, and perhaps to those as they do after attending a formal scout program offers in filling a boy’s
You have been called “illplo-
rouses may be traced their popularity. reception. As stated before. Informal leisure time with wholesome organized
i inatlc." "teacher’s pet," “toady,"
Women who have a large circle of afternoons at home are simply a set work and play was recently forcefully
J "boot-licker” and various other
acquaintances have many of these time when your friends may find you demonstrated In the city of Devils
■ tags have been tied to you be-
days In the season, while others are In. The hostess then owes a call to Lake, North Dakota, by a survey of the
J cauno you stick up for your
content with four. The matter of de every friend who has attended any of leisure time of boys of twelve years of
• boost Now there is a chance
ciding this question Iles with the wom these afternoons.
! of course, that anyone may be
age and over, made by Scout Execu
Sbe does not let anyone, no natter tive L. D. Fackler, with the co-opera
an herself. No social correspondence
• one or more of these wretched
■ belnga. Yet you know you are
tion of local school officials.
husband's name does not appear on ing neglected. A hostess should llt-
• not. You are doing one of the
The survey was confined to boys of
cards for Informal afternoons nt home,
■ finest things you can do. You
scout age attending school. This cov
but If there are daughters In the house
J are working for a man and the
ered 244 boys, and showed that the
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old enough to be In society, then the
■ working alone ought to mean
average age was fourteen years, and
J that you are standing by him. It
the average lelaure time every six days
• Is loyalty that makes you “stand
(Sunday not counted) was 21.81 hours.
»70 to «7« Union Ave. North
A large platter should he left on the
1 up" for him and what trait Is
“The survey greatly underestimates
hall table where guests may drop their
• holler than loyulty? It la by
the problem, instead of overestimat
cards upon entering the bouse. No
; loyalty alone that any good
ing it,'" says Mr. Fackler. “The fact
WEST SIDE OFFICE
calls are made before three In the af
■ comes Into the world, for loyalty
that Sunday Is left out of considera
202 Broadway, near Taylor
2 la first cousin to sincerity. Let
tion in the survey, that It covers activ
■ folks laugh at your loyalty to
ity for the nine months of the school
; l>e ready, her table prepared and
! your boss. It doesn’t hurt you.
year and disregards the summer vaca
everything In readiness to receive the THE HAND OF A SUCCESSFUL tion months, and that It does not In
Your getaway here Is? That
clude the boys under twelve years of
"By keeping your wardrobe spick and span you'll save much
At these Intorniai 'afternoons, guests
• you would leave the Job where
age, means that we have only the
in this year’s clothing expense.
Have winter garments
enter the drawing room unannounced,
■ you didn't consider loyalty to
minimum figures of leisure time. The
cleaned before storing."
of life, it Is well for the comedian complete amount of such spare time
but the hostess must rise to greet each
J yvur toss a virtue.
newcomer, and she always rises to bld to have a good line of fortune, start affords a period fraught with grave
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| them good-by, even seeing them to the ing from the end of the line of life
danger, Devils Lake folk must wake
or near IL and running up to or Into
up and think seriously."
the finger of Apollo, the ring finger.
When there Is a well-marked lino of
fate. It shows a man or woman who
GOVERNOR DAVIS SAYS
must depend for his or her success In
life on winning and holding the fickle
“I am an enthusiast In the matter
favor of the public. The line of fate of the boy scout movement, because
has Its rise In the mount of the moon, it Is of great value to the boy. It an
near the wrist, and runs to the finger swers his group Instinct. It teaches
F acts about ÿour name; it’s historp;
of Saturn, the middle finger. Grati him love of country, self-reliance,
meaning; whence it Was derided; ñgnifr
fied ambition may be read In a star, service to others, care for his personal
cance*. your Iuckÿ daÿ and luckÿ jewel
well marked, on the mount of Jup'ter, appearance, fires his ambition, ap
"The Laundry With a Purpose"
which is the mount at the base of the peals to his Imagination, teaches
finger of Jupiter, the first or index obedience, love of nature, and trains
which though th. simplest of stones, finger.
him for true manhood and useful citi
possesses rare power to protect Its
In some hands, the line of the heart, zenship.
call East 0092
“The boy scout movement Is the
DELAIDE has an heroic signifi wearer from harm and is said to break which Iles above the line of the head
cance; it means noble cheer. It at the approach of grave danger. Fri In the palm, ends at the percussion, or most worth-while activity I know of
la distinctly a Teutonic name, coming day is Adelaide's lucky day and 0 near it. In many small branches. In the community life of tlie boy."—
When these show a tendency toward Jonathan M. Da via. Governor of Kan
from Adllo or Odllo. Ado and Addo her lucky number.
Tennyson, who omitted very few running up to the finger of Mercury, sas.
are still In use as proper names, but
other syllables have been added for feminine names from his list of poems we may read therein wit, humor,
gayety and versatility; qualities need
to fair women, writes of Adeline:
the more modern version.
GOVERNOR TEMPLETON SAYS:
ed greatly by the successful comedian
Curiously, Adele and Adela occur Mystery of mysteries,
Montgomery at Fifth
very early In history, unit e most
“I believe that scouting develops In
Scarce of earth nor all divine.
by the Wheeler Syndicate. Ina.)
Nor unhappy, nor at rest
names, which show quaint and some-
Phono Day or Night
a boy the truest and manliest quali
beyond expression fair.
times almost unrecognizable forms In But
ties. Perhaps the movement's strong
Thy rose Ups and full blue eyes
The Origin of Cowboys.
Take the heart from out my breast
their beginnings. Adal was a prefix
est point is that Instead of doing
The word cowboy used to designate
used frequently among the Teutonic
things for the boys. It encourages
herdsmen on the ranches of the Far
races and Adalhelt or Adelchet. were
them to do for others. I do not be
diminutives give» to the daughters of
lieve that character can bo developed
rauders and Tories who plundered tho
the family. It was translated to mean
merely by acquisition; It must be de
Is Steam Cleaning or
people east of the Hudson river dur
"noble estate" and thus the princess
veloped by exercise. A boy scout Is
French Dry Cleaning
of each little Franklsb duchy was the
led to exercise his better Instincts,
Preeolng and Dyeing
and by exorcising be develops them."
Not merely sponging
—Charles A. Templeton, Governor of
All the feudal princes of the Tenth i
and placing a hot iron
There Is a difference
and Eleventh centuries seem to have
on and in this way
between our way of
had an Adelheid to offer In marriage
work the dirt into the
doing work and our
and they have Latinised her In all
garment In this way
manner of ways. The French have
much harm is done in
tomers’ clothes always
made grent use of all forms of the
If you happen to live on an un
name. The Teutonic races, In honor
stead of making tho
look new and have a
paved auto road you know how un
perhaps of the Italtan Queen Adelaide,
garment look like new.
more aristocratic look.
pleasant It la to have great clouds of
whose adventures, before her mar
We care for and store your suit while you are out of the city
dust roll straight for your home with
riage with Emjwror Otho, were so
tho passing of every car. Oiling the
curious—preferred Adelaide to all
road Is very effective but too expen
other forms. From them England re
sive for thé man of moderate means
ceived It ngaln with their good Queen
127 North Sixth Street, Bet. Glisan and Hoyt (with the Orange Front)
to consider. If the dust bothers you,
Adelaide, whose popularity made It
Phone Broadway 1388
try spreading a layer of straw over
so frequent. Italy calls her Adalalda
tho road, says a writer la the Suc
Satisfaction or No Pay
Mall Orders Solicited
and Allan, and France makes her Ade
Hl admit that It
AiiMi.ide’s laws! la th« turquoise.
.j looks rather queer
•TTT'he Right Thing
y ... 1
Has Anyone Laughed
Broadway Dye and
“Whats in a Name? ’
O regon 13 F amous F or
I ts B eautiful W omen
Salem, Oreg—"Last year I be
came in an extremely run-down con
dition, my appetite failed me and
1 became very nervoui. A friend
advised me to try Dr. Pierce's Gold
en Medical Discovery as a tonic
and I was very thankful to her for
her good advice. One bottle of it
made me feel like a new person: it
strengthened and built me up into
a perfect state of health, my appetite
returned and all nervousness dis
appeared. I have no hesitancy in
saying that Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medteal Discovery is the very best
t< nic I have ever taken and I am
glad to have my testimonial pub-
nshed if it will be of benefit to others
who have become run-down and
weak."—Mrs. Eva Ferrser, 444
Obtain the Discovery in tablets
or liquid from your druggist or send
10c for trial pkg. to Dr. Pierce’s In
valids’ Hotel. Buffalo, N. Y.
"We were out In the park one day,
my little girl and I," writes Mrs. IL,
“when we came to a path with a sign
over it. Glancing up at the sign my
little girl said: “Oh, mamma, we can’t
go down there—it says. “For Pres
byterians only.” ’ ” — Boston Tran
Formation of Mercury.
Mercury occurs native in the me
tallic form, but by tar the larger part
of it is obtained by distilling the na
tive sulphide, cinnabar, in a current of
air so regulated as to burn the sul
phur of the sulphide while leaving the
mercury in the metallic state.
Oldest Trade Union.
The oldest unions In the world are
the trade guilds of Constantinople,
centuries old. All workers, no matter
how humble their positions—vendors,
porters, barbers and postmen—belong
to a guild.
Superiority Brings Earnings.
You have to earn what yon get. And
to earn more than the ordinary man
you must study and plan and scheme
and work and sweat and plod more
than he does.—A. C. Gilbert.
Essential to Progress.
Progress which will march it we
hold an abiding faith in the intelli
gence, the initiative, the character,
the courage, and the divine touch of
the individual.—Herbert Hoover.
A World Need.
What this poor old world patiently
awaits is an alarm clock that will ring
when it’s time for us to go to bed
and keep up the clatter until we do.
The church weather vane has been
handed down to our own day from the
time of St. Dunstan.
weathercock, suggests its shape. This
bird, emblem of vigilance, represents
the preacher and rouses the sleepy.
To Stop the Squeak.
You will find that it vaseline is
heated a little and rubbed on doors,
chairs, beds or hinges that squeak,
they will at once become noiseless.
New Salmon-Packing Method.
A new method of packing salmon
for the foreign trade, which consists
in chilling the fish without actually
freezing them, has been Introduced by
the fish packers In Labrador.
Regal Cleaners, Tailors and Hatters
Have a packet in your
pocket for ever-ready
Soothes the throat.
J. P. FINLEY & SON
Layer of Straw
Are im Muisnea.
la tho biggest, most perfectly equipped
Business Training Bchool In ths North
west. Fit yourself for a higher position
with more money. Permanent positions
assured our Graduates
write for catalo*—Four tn am, Zombi
P. N. U.
Na. 37, 1823