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THE SUNDAY OREGOXIAX. rORTLAXD. : JANUARY. 12. 1908.
ing to Portland are Indefinite, but she
will In all probability return early In
Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Guenther (Miss
Pearl Harder), have returned from their
wedding trip and have taken up their
residence at Ok Victorian apartments,
on Columbia str et.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. C. Havcrly. of San
Francisco, are spending a few days with
friends at the Alexandra Court: Mr. Hav
erly has recently been apointed secre
tary for the Western Pacific Railway.
The Scottish Rite ball on Friday
boasted of the largest attendance of
the year. Palms and carnations In pro
fusion decorated the ballroom, library
and drawing-rooms. The grand march
.was led by Mr. Kd Jnrgensen and his
mother. Mis. IS. U. Jorgensen. Those
present were: Mr. and Mrs. A. E. But
tertield. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. King. Mr.
and Mrs. Roy K. Nichols, Mr. and Mrs.
John Annand. Dr. and Mrs. A. Tilzer,
Mr. and Mrs. R. Martin, Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. 1. W. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. K. B.
Vol well. Mr. and Mrs G. W. Stapleton.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J-utke. Mr. and
Mrs. H. J. Martin. Mr. and Mrs. O. M.
Clark. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Kchmeer.
Mr. and Mrs. 10. V. Loonils. Mr. and
Mrs. H. J. Blacsing. Mr. and Mrs. W.
IS. Shellenbarger, Mr. and Mrs. H. P.
Paljier. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Evans. Mr.
and "Irs. James K. Page, Mr. and Mrs.
P. Dorgan. Mr. and Mrs. y. F. Boothc.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. M hols. Or. and
Mrs. C. ". Newcastle, Mr. and Mrs.
George Tazwell. lr. and-Mrs. Clayton
.S. Seiimann. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mc-ConiundaU-,
Mr. and Mrs. I... I. Free
land. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Brown, Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. O'Donnell, Mr. and Mrs.
W. T. Jacobsen. Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Runyon. Mr. and Mrs. VV. 11. Judson,
Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Pague, Mrs.- PTiilip
New, Mis. F. A. Ballin, Mrs. R. D.
('annon, Mrs. F,. U. Mattern. Mrs. K. C.
Jorgensen, Mrs. M. Howatson, Mrs. ,L.
H. Gordon, Mrs. G. W. Pfunder, Mrs.
Anna Clark, Mrs. I.. A. Bailey. Mrs.
James P. ifoffett. Mrs. U. J. Phillips,
Mrs. Harry 11. Brigham. Miss Rutll
Rallln. Miss Mary Paine, Miss Zerene
Hamilton, Miss Cannon, Miss Mae
Comport. Miss Josie Stapleton, Miss
Buttcrfield. Miss Payne. Miss Uula
Clark. Miss Mary Otter, Miss Frances
Jcffery, Miss Cornelia Barker. Miss
Maud Fcrrero, Miss M. Mcleod. Miss
Jewel McClurcy Miss Willow Fields,
Miss Mildred Walte, Charles IS. Fields,
lr. William F. Fiebig. nr. Fred Gul
lette, D. W. Taylor. Jr., K. L. Jorgen
sen. C. A. Cogswell, Jr., J. H. Lynch.
V. A. Avery. J. H. Mackenzie. Rmll
Knua. 1). M. Pague. Hiram K. Wood.
Charles Gauld. A. H. Tanner. Arthur
R. Bonner. B. H. Arnold and Robert A.
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kvkxts or thk week.
Installation ceremonies for the Lincoln
CJarfield Post and Corps were held in G.
A. R. Hall. Second and Morrison, Tues
day evening, January 7. The installing
officers were tfast Department President
Mrs. Julia A. Lawton for the Corps, and
Past Department Commander Hamer
SutclifTe. for tile Post. The Corps in
stalled for this year: President. Mrs. Nel
lie Clapp; senior vice-president. Carrie
Brownell; junior vice-president. Mary
Downey: treasurer, Mrs. Julia A. Lawton;
secretary, Amanda A. Williams; chaplain.
Susan E. Welch: conductor, lettte Capell;
guard. Marie Gibson; assistant conductor,
Ruth SiMjoner; assistant "guard, Pressilla
McKinncy; patriotic instructor, Augusta
Chiville; press correspondent. Hattie V.
B. Beldin: musician. Minnio Barth.
' At the fl4 nf the f'nriiH instn lln tinn
Mrs. Barth was conducted to the presi
dent's station, airs. lawton, in behalf
' M the Corps, presented Mrs. Barth with
" a beautiful hand-painted vase, in token
M their esteem. Mrs. Barth suitably re
spnnded. The Post installed the following
officers for yXB. -Commander, J. W. Cur
lran; senior vice-commander, , D. . J.
hiavnes: junior vice-commander. Charles
Duggan; surgeon. J. E. Hall, chaplain,
Rev.t Henry A., Barden; quartermaster,
Hame SutclifTe; O. of D., T. B. McDeVitt;
O. of G.. W. C. Powers; adjutant. R. A.
Wohlfarth: sergeant-major, A. M. Himcs;
The Veteran Quartette was present and
entertained with two selections. Mrs.
Hamilton aeeonipanying theth. Comrade
Hamilton sang "The Faded Coat of
Blue" and Comradte Wohlfarth sang "We
Old Boys." and responded to an encore
with "The Uttle Bronze Button." Every
post and corps Jn the city was largely
represented, also the St. John post and
corps, which testitled to the popularity
of Lincoln-Garfield Post and Corps. Vis
itors from many states were present
Comrade and Mrs. Beach, of Wisconsin;
Mr. and Mrs. Mover, Charles T. Foster
Corps. Iansing, Mich.: Comrade Mc
Brantney. of Santa Barbara Post, Santa
Barbara. Cal. : Comrade and Mrs. Colyer,
of Milford. Neb.; Mrs. S. Custer, of J. B.
McKeen Corps, Salt Iake, Ftah; Com
rade and Mrs. Brooks, of Ben Franklin
Post and Corps. Franklin, Neb.; H. M.
Timing, Hillsdale. Or.' Mrs. Barth re
ceived a lovely hand-painted vase from
the corps, as a token of their regards
and appreciation of her services. Mrs.
Lawton presented It and Mrs. Barth re
One of the most pleasant gatherings of
the midwinter season was that at the
home of Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Hembree,
31M Grand avenue. North, on the evening
ot January 4. The ocv'ksion Was their
20th wedding anniversary. The rooms
were gaily decorated with variegated Ivy,
holly and scarlet Christmas bells. The
social festivities of the occasion were In
terspersed with music, vocal and instru
mental. Dainty refreshments were served
by the two daughters of the house, and
their young friends, the Misses Gardner
and. Menefee. presided at the punchbowl.
Many beautiful pieces of china were left
as mementoes of the enjoyable occasion.
Among those present were: Rev. J. T.
Ahbelt and wife. Uev. F L. Young and
wife. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Pearcy, Mr.
and Mrs. H. Elliott. Mrs. C. A. Coburn,
Mr. and Mrs. George Whitehouse, Mr.
and Mrs. F. S. Godfrey. Mr. and Mrs. D.
T. Talbot. Mr. and Mrs. James Frater.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd S. Everts, Mr. and
Mrs. Zetgler, Mr. and Mrs. E. Brairh
'waite. Mr. and Mr. C. D. Kellogg. Mr.
and Mrs. A. K. Whltesjidcs. Mr. and Mrs.
J N. Neff, Mr. and rs. J. N. Jlembree.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Conn. Mr. and Mrs.
K. G. McMullen. Mr. and Mrs. O. W.
DHUgherty. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. l. Peterson. Mrs. Rose Dc
fct'oot. Mrs. W. S. Maroney, Mrs. I,.
Meredith. Mrs. Roe Bernstein. Mrs. L.
Meridctli. Miss Mable Gardner. Miss
Carta Rush. Miss Helen Merideth. the
Misses Helen and Crystal ORkerman,
Chris Hembree. Miss Willda Buckman,
Miss Pearl Hembree. Miss Elma Buck
nan. Miss Ionise Taylor. Miss Viola
Daugherty. Mis Myra Abbett. -wiss Al
thca lleinhree. Miss Carrie Tressler, Miss
Ethel Tressler. Miss Jean Slatifon. Miss
Eleanor Menefee. Ralph Kellogg. W. A.
.lillen. Bennett Galbraith. A. Williams.
V. Gardner. Willis Hembree, Nahcm
McMullen. William Peterson.
One of the pleasant events ot' New
Year's day was the reception given by
the graduate nurses at their residence.
The parlor, wide hall and other rooms
011 the first floor were artistically dee
orated with English ivy, misletoe,
ferns, Oregon grape ami white flow
ers. The alco "e off the main hall at
the left of . the broad staircase was
effectively arranged with a latticed
screen covered with climbing ivy, the
entrance to the alcove hung with 'fes
toons of red and green and Japanese
lanterns. The punch table was pre
sided over by two d.uintily-gowned
nurses, who extended the hospitality
of their home to the guests.
Music made the afternoon, enjoyable.
Mr. Goodrich, the organist at the ca
thedral, rendered several selections on
the piano, arid Miss Covaeh, soprano
soloist at the. cathedral, sang, respond
ing to repeated encores.-
Friends, ex-patients and physicians
were afforded an opportunity to learn
something of the home life of their fa
vorite nurses, and - the " rooms were
In the evening there were piano se
lections by different musicians and
singing by Miss Edna Merrick, one of
the resident nurses, and Warren G.
Hathaway. Father McDevitt respond
ed to a call for remarks, which was
Miss Richardson, president of the
State Nurses - Association. wore a
handsome gown of Copenhagen blue
broadcloth, with white lace'' ,e.l
touches of black. Miss Jennie Doyie.
tile secretary, was -gowned in dainty
white. Miss Boyer. who received for
the Good Samaritan, was dressed in
THREE WOMEN WHO
Mrs. Angeline F. Catrhing, Age 83.
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An interf-sting occasion was the dinner given'Thursday at the home of C. F. Levens In honor of the 8:td birthday of
Mrs.' Angellne F. Catching. Among the guests were Mrs. Julia Wilcox, age 84. and . Mrs. Mary Moore, age TS, who
crossed the plains with Mrs. Catching 02 years ago.
Mrs. Catching was born at Frankfort. Ky., January 9. ISflTi. She was a daughter of William B. Yates. The family
moved to Missouri in lsi5. At San Jose. Miss., 14 years later she -was united in marriage to William Catching, May 15,
ts.-Rt. They Joined an emigrant, party and started across the plains May 15. 184-5. and arrived In Oregon November 20, 1S45.
On this Journey they endured many hardships, sickness, lack of water, food and fear of Indians. Mrs. Catching is the
mother of 13 children, five of whom are living. She has J0 grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren.
The dinner to celebrate her birthday was given at the home of her grandson. C. F. Levens, at which she resides.
Others present were Mrs. Levens. her daughter. Mrs. Angle Barger, of Los Angeles; Charles Catching, her son, of Mon
tana; Mrs. William Moore, Miss Wilcox and Mr. and Mrs. Allen, oi Potsdam. N. Y.
blue silk trimmed with white lace.
Miss Dora Weiss, receiving for the St.
Vincent, wore a handsome princess
gown, and Miss Katherine Winn, who
assisted Miss Richardson, a lovely blue
satin frock trimmed with ecru lace.
George Wright Post No. 1, and George
Wright Women's Relief Corps. No. 2,
held a joint installation of newly-elected
officers for the year 1908 at their hall.
Second and Morrison streets, Friday even
ing. January" 3. Officers of Women's Re
lief Corps were first installed, Mrs. Julia
l-awton acting as installing officer. The
following officers were elected: President,
Carrie Courier; senior vice-president, El
len Mills; junior vice-president, Sarah
Hawkins; secretary, Maud M. Gilman;
treasurer, Mary K. Pferdner; chaplain,
Nellie Coyle: conductor, Elizabeth Grif
fith; guard, Ella lombard; assistant con
ductor, Ella Morrison; assistant guard,
Mrs, A. Severance; patriotic instructor,
Sade .Hajnilton : musitan, Grace Gilman;
press correspondent, Millie Morse, ilrs.t
color-bearer, Winifred McCreary; second
color-bearer,. Veva White; third color
bearer. Lena Gilman; fourth color-bearer.
May Beautycoffer. A, handsome bouquet
of red and white carnations was presented
to the Installing officer, Julia A. Lawton,
In- behalf of the Corps. Carrie Courter
presented to tile retiring president, Mrs.
Maud M. Gilman, a-gold pin emblem of
the order, in recognition of the high es
teem in which she Is held by sister mem
bers. Post Department Commander H. A. Sut
clifTe Installed the following officers: Com
mander, W. W. Jaques; senior vice-commander,
D. W Lebrlng: Junior vice-commander.
H. A. Severance; surgeon, Mar
tin Riley: chaplain. M. J. Morse; officef
of the day. P. J. Newlferg; quarter mas
ter, B. B. Turly: officer of the guard, A.
W. Mills; adjutant, A. C. Sloan; sergeant
major. R. T. Chamberlain; quarter-master-sergeant.
T. G. Darr; Inside sentinel.
Jacob Mondell. "
Tuesday evening. January 7, the Lincoln-Garfield
Post No. 3. G. A. R., and
the Auxiliary Doman's Relief Corps. No.
19, met in their hall In the Mulkey build
ing. Second and Morrison streets, for the
purpose of jointly Installing their officers
elect for the ensuing year. Past Depart
ment Commander Hamer gutcliffe was
H. B. LITT
TlhmEe FaiFity-oime W&sMmgtoim SteeeS
FliraaS Stock 0auraufii
the installing - officer for the post and
Mrs. Julia Lotton. past department presi
dent of the W. R. C. -installed the officers
of the corps. These officials performed
their duties in a pleasing and able man
ner. The hall was overcrowded with
people who gathered to witness the at
tractive services of the occasion. Mrs.
J. S. . Hamilton and the well-known
Veteran Quartet were present by invita
tion and rendered a number of patriotic
and inspiring songs. Refreshments were
served by the Lincoln-Garfield Corps -and
a good time was enjoyed by all. There
has been during the year just closed an
increase of -membership in all the posts
and corps of the city. These annual
meetings of the Grand Army and auxili
aries of the posts are growing in in
terest and in favor.
The Portnomah Study Club held its'
regular monthly business meeting in
the committee room at the City Hall
CROSSED THE PLAINS SIXTY-TWO YEARS AGO
MEET AT DINNER PARTY
Mrs. Julia Wilcox, Age 84.
Wednesday afternoon. Notwithstand
ing the bad weather, there was a very
good attendance. The club was the
first organization to a-gitate the matter
of public play grounds for the children
of Portland, several of the members
having been experienced in that line
of work in Eastern cities. It was de
cided to ask the co-operation of the
other clubs of the city In a plan to
actively push the matter, the idea be
ing to have the project thought out and
well under way before Spring. At the
next regular meeting of the club in
February Miss Mathews of St. Helens
Hall will give one of her Instructive
talks' oh the kindergarten and' its rela
tion to public school work. ' At this
meeting all members are privileged to
Invite a friend.
Miss 'Evelyn and Ethel Robson enter
tained many of their friends at their
home in Sellwodd on . Thursday even
ing. Miss Mabel Dowiing played sev
eral selections. . accompanied 'by Olgb
Swansrm on the violin. Whist was
.played and refreshments were served.
Those 'present were: ( Misses Mabel
Dowiing, Addie Leinweber, Kate Lein
weber, Irene Harmon, Velma McWil
liams, Olga Swanson, - Susie Elkin,
Evelyn Robson, Ethel Robson, Mrs.
Welch. Mr. Harry Stoeser, Albert Mal
let, James Hill. Joe Friser Harry Jack
son, Fred Shepard, Hector Robson, Joe
Robson, James Welch and Mr. Welch.
One of the jolliest events of the Christ
mas season was a house party given by
Miss Mildred Morgan at their Summer
cottage. Gearhart Pork. The party left
Portland December 27, chaperoned ' by
Mrs. W. L. Morgan. Owing to the pleas
ant weather, the guests took many pleas
ant trips, including a walk to the wreck
of the Galena. New Year's eve was cele
brated with a large display of fireworks.
The party returned to the city January 3.
Those in the party were: Miss Clara
Marsch, Miss Mildred Morgan, Teddle
Holden. Owen G. Summers, Marian and
Willie Morgan and Mrs. W. L. Morgan.
A very enjoyable supper was ten
dered Miss Celia Delaney, at her home,
752 Vancouver avenue, Wednesday eve
ning by Mrs. Thomas Healy and a party
of friends. The evening's entertainment
(1) USUALLYSOLD FROM $53.O0 TO $35.(00
. Eweiry Caih -
(2) USUALLY SOLD FROM $25.00 TO $50.00
- - 'i $1L(0) Mch
pera Ccafts laadhadledl in TMs
Store Opems at 8:30 A. M.
consisted of vocal and Instrumental se
lections. Peter Moore, the violin artist,
touched the hearts of his listeners with
the sweet strains of his appropriate
selections. Miss Mae Rosner and Frank
McDonnell, as entertainers, were en
thusiastically encored in their rendi
tion of popular and soul-stirring songs.
Several games were played during the
evening, after which a tempting lunch
.was served by the affable hostess. -
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Yates pleasantly
entertained the Wednesday evening
Five Hundred Club at Elton Court last
week. Attractive prizes were won by
Mrs. David Davis and George Silknit
ter. Those present were Dr. and Mrs.
L. B. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hare,
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Brown, Mr. and Mrs.
F. A. Douty, Mr. and Mrs. Mendenhall,
Mr. and Mrs. David Davis, Mr. and
Mrs. George Silknitter. Dr. Shepherd,
Frederic Vrooman. Miss Estella Bos
cow, Miss Elizabeth Johnson, Miss
Mrs. Mary Moore, Age 78.
Cole, Mrs. Cline and Dr. and Mrs.
The Hi-Yu-Wa-Wa Five Hundred
Club was entertained by Miss Esther
and Miss Vallie Collins at the home
of their parents, 955 Minnessta avenue,
Tuesday evening; The first prize was
won by Mrs. Oglesby Young, the sec
ond by II. B. Witter, and third by
Miss Rachel Hallingby. The following
members were present: Mr. and Mrs.
H. B. Witter. Mr. and Mrs. Oglesby
Young, Mrs. Charles Collins, Mrs. J. S.
Joyce,'-; Miss Esther Collins, Miss Oco
Price.' Miss Rachel Hallingby. H. Mun
ger, Burt Thomas-. Fred Willhelm, Fred
Schuele, Earl Collins and Vivian Robin
son. '- "
Mr. and Mrs. E.. A. Middlebrooke enter
tained a few. of their young friends Sat
urday evening, January 4, at their new
home in City View Park. Sellwood. The
rooms were prettily decorated with ferns
and roses. Five hundred was played dur
ing the evening, after which refreshments
were (served. The guesLs were: Mr, and
Mrs. R. Berger, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Nickum, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wilson,
Misses Mabel Finn, Hattie Yarwood,
Beatrice Whipple. Marguerite Briggs,
Mabel and Myrtle Nickum, Messrs. Vane,
Rand, Donald, Paul and Francis Curtis.
A leap year -dancing party was given
last Monday evening in Ringler's Hall
by the E. S. A. C. Girls. The affair was
a most enjoyable one. and the hall was
pleasingly decorated In green and red, and
club-colors of black and orange. There
were present about 175 couples. Tihe
ladies had the floor for the evening and
all dances were ladies' choice. The music
was furnished by Stiles' orchestra. About
15 girls served on the reception and floor
committees. The patronesses were Mrs.
L. K. Moore, Mrs. C. C. Caples. Mrs. M.
M. Ringler and Mrs. D. C. Agler.
On Thursday, January 9, Ringler's Hall
was the scene of a very pretty dancing
party given by the Gazette Club, which
was participated in by more than 160
persons. Stiles' orchestra furnished music
and all voted the occasion a splendid sue-
cess. The patronesses of the Gazette Club
are Mrs. George B. Van Waters. Mrs.
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Continues through this month with reductions of
from one tenth to one half on our entire stock. Pre
senting the year's opportunity to all careful and
Higti-Grade Furs at Clearance Prices
The reliability of our furs is exemplified in the satisfactory service given
the wearer. .To be able to purchase such superior furs at the prices they
are nw marked is an opportunity that comes but once yearly. BUY
NOW ALL WHO NEED FURS. Every garment without a single excep
tion has been reduced from one-fourth to one-half. It's true economy to
purchase furs of such high standard at prices so exceedingly low. We have
absolutely the largest stock of furs in the West. One of the many specials
Child's Fur Sets $1.65
We place on sale for Monday only, our best Turkish lamb and angora
Child's Sets, consisting of neckpiece and muff with cord attached. Regu
lar $3.00 -values on sale Monday for, set $1.65
Extra Child's Neckpieces of same fur as above on sale Monday only, for,
Cle arance Prices
A sample line of Ladies' Etamine Afternoon
Dresses, beautifully made; waists are trimmed
with taffeta and lace yokes and cuffs, full
skirts with taffeta bands, lined throughout
with silk. Reduced as follows, for Monday
$50.00 dresses $37.50" $60.00 dresses $40.00
$55.00 dresses $38.75 $70.00 dresses $51.50
A line of beautiful broadcloth Evening Capes
with velvet collars ; colors are white, apricot,
blue and tan. Regular $20 values on sale
for $12.50. See window display.
S. Bullock. Mrs. J. Ganong, Mrs. Fj
U. Swanton and Mrs! A. M. Oakes. The
club's next affair will be a valentine
party, to be given on Thursday, Febru
ary 13. ,
A surprise party was tendered Miss
Ethyl Ballard - on January 4, at her
residence. 610 East Burnside street.
The evening was pleasantly spent with
games and music, and followed by a
supper. Present were: Srlrs. Plaskett,
Miss Maud Mayberry, Mr. and Mrs. 1.
G. Voeth, Mr. and Mrs. F. N. I-uers;
Mrs. Andrews, Miss Lena Cornelius,
Mrs. Theodore Black, Miss Alta Black,
Miss Lulu Walto and Miss Bowe
Al McHolland was host at a dinner
party on Wednesday evening at the Al
exandra Court. His guests were: Miss
Sara ' Glance, . Miss Florence Morrison,
James Androse and Will B. Honeyman.
The Philathea class of the East Forty-"
fourth-street Baptist Church met on Fri
day at tiie home of Miss Cora Espey.
Our lines of Bronzes, Ivories, Minia
tures, Electric Lamps, Fine Cut
Glass and Leather Goods, we have
made liberal reduction in prices.
" SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
CORNER THIRD AND WASHINGTON STREETS
ESTABLISHED IN 1868
415 WASHINGTON, CORNER 11TH
The entire stock of imported Laces and Trimmings at
greatly reduced prices from 2 P. M. to 5 P. M. daily dur
ing January. All Dress Patterns in cloth and fancy
wool below cost.
- .Hjiearance $aie
The- following officers were elected:' .Miss
Lillian Bunting, president; iUss Cora Es
pey, vice-pres-ident ; Miss Clara Bushnell.
secretary; Miss Margaret Sword, treas
urer; Miss Buena Huddlestn, reporter,
and Miss Robeson is teacher. The Phila
thea class will study missions in China.
Mrs. E. W. Cornell gave, a- pretty
dinner party New Tear's evening at
the Alexandra Court in honor of Mrs.
Charles H. Logan, of San Francisco.
Her guests were: Mr. and Mrs. T. H.
Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Haverly.
Mr. and. Mrs. E. C. Cornell, Mrs. J. A.
Childs and Mrs. Charles H. Logan.
Tile Tuesday Afternoon Club held the
first meeting of 1908 with Mrs. Mary Scotf
Myers at SSI Pearl street, January 7.
After the usual business session the
hostess took charge of the Coleridge pro
A very successful dancing party was
given last Saturday evening in Ringlers
4th and Morrison
Outing Flannel Wear at
We place on sale for Monday only our
entire stock of colored Outing Flannel
Goods consisting of Gowns, Skirts and
Pajamas, in all sizes for ladies and chil
dren. Reduced for Monday only to y2
the regular prices
A large assortment of Muslin Under
wear, slightly soiled by display, con
sisting of Drawers, Corset Covers, etc.,
which we place on sale while they last
at y2 price.
Hall bs- the Kappa Delta lota Club of
the East Side High School. The hall
was decorated "with pennants 'of the
different club institutions and- colleges
There were about 1-5 couples prcseni
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CnnoHirtfil on VBee 5.
The best engraved at
Washington Bldg., 4lh and Washington
TAPESTRY, MINIATURE AND OIL
All classes of designing China pain tins
Room 64, SuO'i Morrison St. Phone Main ?647
Mrs. Ernest Harold Choate
Tenrltrr or SIdkIiik Italian Method.
Pupil of A. Uf (jiuirhnrd, Paris. France.
Voices tried and a correct staieniRnt as
to possibilities given free of charge.
Receives daily at Studio, 208 Eleventh
street, 4:33 to 8 P. M. 1