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THE MORXIXG OREGOXTAN. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1915.
Plaices omooorn uoujns
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Surprisingly Goad Coogk n
Kaslly ud Ckeaply
Made at Hnu
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. Dancing Club gathered last
j 1 I night at "Hotel Multnomah for
.the last dance of the season, ana 1
"was one of the gayest and best attend
; ed of the series. Many charming little
dinner parties preceded the affair,
sroup of ten of . the oldest and most
; prominent members having formed the
delightful habit of dining together
! either at the University Club or the
' Arrnriian Hardens of the hotel.
; This year's list of members comprises
s number of Armv people, several con
epnim bachelors and about 60 married
i Mr. and Mrs. "William MacMaster will
entertain for this old-established club
tomorrow evening at their charming
I,ome. Ardgour. with a dance, and pre
ceding this affair Mr. and Mrs. James
A. Dougherty will entertain a number
of the guests at dinner, honoring their
sister. Mrs. Charles Whitley, of Salt
J-ake Citv. One of the prettiest din
ners given last night before the dance
was that for which airs. Helen iaaa
Corbett was hostess at her attractive
A charming affair of last night was
the informal birthday -party for which
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Zan were hosts
at their attractive home, their guests
including about 25 of the marrlea set.
The rooms were artistically decked
with clusters of Spring blossoms and
ferns, combined with J. !. Teal car
nations and Richmond roses.
Wilbur Ball, a student of Oregon
Agricultural College, who has been
home for a few days' visit, was the
honored guest at a dinner party given
recently by Luella Browning. Among
those present were Mildred Roger. Nell
Banks, May Smythe. Florence McKin-
non. Luella Browning. Wilbur Ball
Norman White, Lawrence Larmonth,
Edwin Breese and Fred Carney.
Mrs. Alice Burns Janney. of Rich
land Center. Wis., was the guest of
Miss A. Lucille Hobbs. of St. Helens,
Or., at a recent house party.
Miss A. Lucille Hobbs. a teacher
District No. 31. Columbia County, was
a week-end guest at the home of the
Misses Sarah and Margaret Burns, or
Forest Grove. A Portlander who shared
the hospitality of the Burns abode was
A pleasant evening's entertainment
was arranged by Mrs. C. C. Shay last
Wednesday for the men of Scadding
House. Members of the church of St.
Michael's and All Angels presented in
teresting numbers. Those who took
jarl were Mrs. J. H. Walker. Mrs.
Kalph Torrey. A. H. Rodda, Mrs. Har
old loty. Irma and Merritt Rodda.
Miss Laura Shay and Paul Cowgill.
The programme was one of excellent
One of the delightful affairs of re
cent date was the surprise party given
in compliment to Miss Nina Runkel at
her heme in Laurelhurst. Dancing, mu-,
sic and five hundred offered interest
ing entertainment for the evening. The
hostess was the recipient of several
handsome birthday gifts. After re
freshments were served a musical pro
gramme was presented by Kenneth
Holiister and Harry Parsons, who ap
peared as "The Musical Kids." Those
who enjoyed the evening were Edith
Altnow. Mrs. E. K. Brett. Goldle Rei
ser. Roxanna Womelsdorf. Henrietta
Haines Helen Holiister. Mr. and Mrs.
W. U. hegers. Mr. and Mrs. E. Vadnais.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Runkel. Mrs. O. R.
Klwood. Mr. Thomas. Leslie Bryer.
Harry Parsons, Frank Frakes, Ken
neth Holiister and the hostess.
The regular committee on inter
school hops announces its next party
for February 12. at Cotillion Hall. It
will be termed a Valentine pre-Lenten
party, and the season's custom will be
elaborately carried out. The ballroom
will be decorated attractively in hun
dreds of hearts and evergreens. Many
special features will mark this affair,
as It will be the last high school dance
before Lent. Among the features will
be the carnival dance late in the even
ing, at which serpentine and confetti
rham battle will form the amusement.
New dances also will be introduced.
The committee includes Virginia
Brown. Marion lloban, Corrine Kel
og Alice Campbell, Bertha Vander
nicer. Edna Holcomb Helen Bracht.
Marie Beach. Lucile Dudley, and Eu
gene Belland. Layman Boney. Lee
Waldmn. Carl Ceaser. Ray Staub. Ro
land Manary. James Cameron. Robert
Malarkey and Cameron Belland. The
patronesses are Mrs. A. T. Beach. Mrs.
A. J. lloban, Mrs. S. J. Belland and
Mrs. H. T. Adams.
"A Night in Arcadia" Is the attract
ive name chosen for the fourth party
i.f the Arcadian Subscription Club to
bo given Monday night at Christensen's
Hall. Many conflicting dates have led
to a final change of date for the dance
that is definite. It was first announced
that the dnnce would be given on
Thursday evening. February 11. then
on Tuesday evening. February 9. but
final arrangements are for Monday
evening. February 8.
Though early in the week a large
number of young folk are expected at
the coming affair and many devices
are being thought out for their tnter
tainment. Miss Elsie Gurney, a popular girl of
Kugene. is visiting Miss Vera Red
man in her lrvington home.
Miss Francis Sohade. bride-elect, and
Mrs. George Webster, a recent bride,
were honor guests on Saturday after
noon at a charming card party, with
Miss Lydia Dammeier as hostess. An
effective color scheme of primrose
green and white was attractively car
ried out. dainty chiffon streamers,
hyacinths and ferns centering the
luncheon table. Card honors fell to
Miss Sohade: consolation, Mrs. J. R.
Mrs. Webster wore a dainty gown of
lace over white satin and Miss Schade
was charming in a gown of pussy-willow
taffeta and lace. Those enjoying
the hospitality of the hostess were:
Mrs. George Webster. Miss Frances
Schade. Mrs. J. Bloch. Mrs. Harold
Boyle. Mrs. J. Dorney. Mrs. J. R
Hinkle. Mrs. Ralph Hedderly. Mrs. Rob
ert Fickard. Miss Beatrice O'Brien.
Miss Floretta Velguth. Miss Olga
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lang end Miss Gladys
Ing, well-known Portland society
folk, are at the Huntington, Pasadena.
One of the smartest parties of the
week will be given at the Hotel Ben
son Saturday evening, when the Phi
Delta Kappa fraternity will entertain
Its friends at an informal dancing
party. Acting for the fraternity on
this occasion are William F. Postles.
' Louis Tack. Fred R Boynton end Rob
ert B. Tettick. Patronesses are Mrs.
F. C. Yettirk. Mrs. I. B. Holzman and
Mrs. G. R. Baker.
Miss Sophie Jensen is domiciled at
the Nortonla Hotel.
Miss Bertha Moores and Miss Carrie
V. Moores will leave Portland tonight
for a several months' sojourn In San
Francisco, Palo Alto, Los Angeles, San
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Diego and other California points.
They expect to return to Portland be
The G. N. C. B. Girls will entertain
at a special featured Valentine party
Thursday evening, February 18. at Co
Clan Macleay Order of Scottish Clans,
and ladies' auxiliary will give a mas
querade ball on Friday evening in
Knights of Pythias Hall. Eight valu
able prizes will be given. All Scotch
folks and their friends invited. The
ladies' auxiliary of the Clan gives a
concert and dance in the hall on Feb
ruary 19, to raise a fund for the knit
ting club to procure yarn to make gar
m.i, for the soldiers at the front.
Twenty pounds of knitted goods al
ready have found tneir way to me ooya
on the fighting line.
THE Monday Musical 1.1UD is one oi
the tnany splendid organizations of
Portland that is made up of progres
sive, broad-minaea, generous vv...
with practical ideas. The Monday Musi
cal Club has done many fine things for
Portland. It has arranged community
inirs. has provided musical programmer
for schools and generally has encour
aged an appreciation of music in the
community. Now it has developed a
new department, one In which philan
thropic work will be tne main icaiure
The object of this department will be
to furnish good music to the poor, the
sick and the needy. Mrs. J. L. Bon
bright is in charge of the section. An
entertaining and attractive programme
will be given at Scadding House to
night at 7:45. The following well
known musicians have offered their
services for the occasion: Miss Mae
Ross and Mrs. Stratton, pianists; .airs,
i. Knip-ht violinist: Misses Emison,
Harriet, Florence Leach and Mrs. Eliza
beth Bond, vocalists;
The Harmony class of the Monday
uniirsi I'luh will meet Lucien Becker,
368 Multnomah street, Friday. Advanced
classes at 12:30, beginners 1:30.
The Artists' Chorus. W. H. Boyer.
director, will meet Thursday at 2 o'clock
instead of 10:30.
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Ono nf the most important meetings
of today will be that of the Council of
Jewish Women at s o ciock in a nai
R-rith building. Mrs. E. Meyer win De
chairman of the programme committee.
Miss Sadie Delovage will reaa a paper
on current events. Miss Pallett will
contribute musical numbers and Mrs.
Solomon Hirsch will head the receiving
The Coterie will celebrate "Civic day"
t their meeting today in tne noiei
Benson. Luncheon will be served at
Mrs. Colista M. Dowllng, president of
the State Women's Press Club, has an
nounced an interesting programme for
the club's gathering tonight in the Li
brary. Miss Eleanor Baldwin will speak
on '"The Dead Level." Miss Jessie Ham
mond will give a paper on "Proof
reading and Make-up." Miss Frances
E. Gotshall will speak on "Print Shop
Mrs. A. E. Borthwick, of the sustain
ing committee of the Congressional
Union for Woman Suffrage and Presi
dent of the State College Equal Suf
frage League, leaves tomorrow for
Salem in the Interest of bills affecting
women and children, which are now
pending in the Legislature.
She will confer with many leading
citizens of Salem on these bills. She
will speak also on the Bristow-Mon-dell
amendment, soon to be voted on In
the Senate at Washington, D. C.
The Short Story Reading Circle, in
connection with Mrs. Mable Holmes
Parsons' Short Story Writing Class, will
meet tonight at 7:4 5 in room C of the
main Library. "Without Benefit of
Clergy," by Kipling, will be read, and
James Sayer, ex-editor of the Red Book
and the Blue Book, will give a short
talk on the practical side of the short
Stephens Parent-Teacher Association
will meet today at 2:30 o'clock. Plans
for "clean-up" day will be made and
an excellent programme will be pre
sented. An interesting programme was ren
dered on "Sabbath Observance" at the
last meeting of the Sunnyside Woman's
Christian Temperance Union.
Much interest was shown in starting
a campaign tor better enforcement of
Mrs. Woody, who is superintendent
Photo by Grove.
of this department, was instructed to
correspond with the county and state
superintendents of this work, in view
of formulating some plan ior Deter
ment. The Grade Teachers' Association will
meet today at 4:30 in the Library, and
later will dine at the Hitel Benson.
At the meeting of the Association of
Collegiate Alumnae Saturday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. James B. Kerr, 637
Terrace road, the forming of a college
club will be considered. This club will,
if organized, take In all college women
who desire to affiliate.
At a special meeting of the Vernon
Parent - Teacher Association Friday
night, Superintendent Alderman and
E. G. Clarke were the principal speak
ers. The pupils of the school gave a
special programme. The , music was
rendered by the school orchestra and a
social hour followed.
The Women's Political Science Club
elected a complete new list of officers
yesterday. Mrs. Mary L. Stevens is
the president who will take office, suc
ceeding Mrs. Josephine Sharp, who has
been acting president since Mrs. Edith
i B. Rockwell resigned last June. The
fetiring officers, besides Mrs. Sharp,
are Mrs. Frank Leith. Mrs. Meta. M.
Uthoff, Mrs. B. A. Whitney. Mrs. Anna
Fulton. Mrs. Mary A. Sayre. Reports
showing growth and progress made
during the past year were given. In
addition to Mrs. Stevens, the officers
chosen for the year are:
First vice-president. Mrs. Anna Ful
ton; second vice-president, Mrs. Donald"!
Grant; recording secretary, Mrs. Anna
M. Poyntz; corresponding -secretary,
Mrs. Mattie C. Rhoades: treasurer, Mrs.
Dorothea Mathias; auditor, Mrs. Eliza
Frame; custodian, Mrs. Sarah Wilder.
The Central Woman's Christian Tem
perance Union will meet this afternoon
at 2 o'clock in the headquarters. 171
Eleventh street. Business and a de
votional period will precede the pro
gramme. Mrs. G. L. Buland will speak.
Rollcall will be answered with reasons
supporting temperance instructions In
the schools. Mothers, teachers and stu
dents are invited.
A Delphian Dramatic Club was or
ganized at the studio of Mrs. Adeline
Alvord, 211 Tilford building, Thursday
night, January 28, with a charter mem
bership of eight enrolled members, to
which will be added eight associates.
This is the first of a series of dra
matic clubs that the Delphian Society
proposes to organize in the city to
stimulate a broader understanding and
a deeper appreciation of educational
dramatics among its many members.
Mrs. Adeline Alvord, who has been
associated actively with the higher dra
matic spirit in Portland for some time,
has been engaged as special coach and
trainer for Delphian Dramatic Clubs
Officers elected in this club were:
Mrs. W. A. Eivers. president; Miss Kath
erine J. MacDonald. vice-president; Miss
Lucie Schmit, secretary-treasurer. Other
members present were Mrs. Joseph Rei
del, Mrs. Helen Forestel and Mrs. Mac
Donald. The next regular meeting will be held
on the night of February 9 at Mrs.
The members of the Portland Psy
chology Club enjoyed an interesting
lecture yesterday ofternoon when Dr.
Barnum spoke in the Heilig Theater
on "Applied Psychology." The speaker
took up the subject of psychology in
the home and told of the great re
sponsibility that rests upon parents in
suggestions they give their children.
He gave excellent advice to the assem
bled women regarding the application
of psychology as an inspiraton for
health, happiness and success. Mrs.
Alice Weister, president of the club,
said In speaking of the lecture: "Its
message was one that could have been
given from any pulpit, for it was re
plete with helpfulness, optimism and
good, sound common sense."
Plans for the woman's building are
going merrtly on and some of the most
Influential women are taking up the
movement. At a meeting held last
Saturday In the Library Mrs. R. L.
Donald, of the Collegiate Alumnae,
who spoke In favor of a woman's
building, said: "Let us have a sub
stantial building. It is as easy to
raise a large sura as a small one." Mrs.
Thomas Carrlck Burke, president of
the Mac Dowell Club, said that a large
auditorium is a necessity in Portland,
and if built would be a continuous
source of .income.
105 in Sew High School.
Enrollment of the new Union High
School, which opened Monday In the
Gresham High School building, was 105
from the united high schools of the five
districts, including Gresham. The
Gresham High School was merged Into
the Union High School. The faculty is
If some one in your family has an ob
stinate cough or a bad throat or chest
cold that has been hanging on and refuses
to yield to treatmenteet from any drug
store 2 ounces of Pinex and make it
into a pint of cough syrup, and watch
that cough vanish. .
Pour the 2 ounces of Piner (50
cents worth) into a pint bottle and fill
the bottle with plain granulated sugar
syrup. The total cost is about 54 cents,
and gives you a full pint a family
supply of a most effective remedy, at a
saving of $2. A day's use will usually
overcome a hard cough. Easily prepared
in 5 minutes full directions with Pinex.
Keeps perfectly and has a pleasant taste.
Children like it.
.It's really remarkable how promptly
and easily it loosens the dry. hoarse or
tight cough and heals the inflamed mem
branes in a painful cough. It also stops
the formation of phlegm in the throat
and bronchial tubes, thus ending the per
sistent loose cough. A splendid remedy
for bronchitis, winter coughs, bronchial
asthma and whooping cough.
Pinex is a special and highly concen
trated compound of genuine Norway pine
extract, rich in guaincol, which is so
healing to the membranes.
Avoid disappointment Ynr nskinir vour
druggist for ''2 ounces of Pinex," and
do not accept anything else. A guarantee
of absolute satisfaction goes with this
preparation or money promptly refunded,
the Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind.
composed of J. E. Stubbs, principal; Mrs.
Coy Woodward. Miss Eva Struggles. F.
A. Anderson and Miss Gertrude Le
Huquet. of Standpoint. Idaho. The lat
ter is the new member of the faculty.
Miss LeHuquet is a graduate of the
University of Washington and Cheney,
Wash., Normal School, and Is a teacher
of experience. The new pupils are
from Terry, Lynch. Hillsyiew and
Powell Valley districts.
The directors of the new district will
meet today at the Gresham Bank to de
cide on the details of the proposed
union high school building. Architect
Ernst Kroner, of Portland, who was
selected to prepare the plans will at
tend this meeting. The building to be
erected is the central unit of the pro
posed structure, and the plans are to
be so drawn that the wings may be
added when more room is needed.
Won't Talk of Love.
EAR MISS BLAKE: I am
U my lady friend is about 20. I have
known her for about six' months and
have been out with her about six times,
having taken her to the theater. She
is very friendly to me. but avoids all
conversation pertaining to affection. It
seems to me she doubts my true char
acter, and for this reason does not wish
to discuss any subject of this kind.
However, this may not be the reason,
but only a delusion of mine. If she
has any suspicion it is unwarranted, as
I have the highest respect for her and
have always treated her accordingly.
Would it be improper for me to invite
her to my home, where she would meet
my father and mother? Upon calling
for her at her home I have met her
brothers and sisters, but not her father
of mother. . H. T. R."
You can hardly expect a woman
whom you have seen only six times to
accept your proposal with alacrity. Get
better acquainted with her before you
talk in her of love. Her silence on the
subject of love is not at all a sign that.
she mistrusts you. it merely mean.-,
that she does not feel well enough ac
quainted with you to talk of such
things. Why don't you say something
some time about hoping to meet her
father and mother? She should have
introduced vou to them before this. It
would be quite proper for you to call
for her some evening and. with her
permission, take her to your home to
meet your parents
Has Two Suitors.
"Dear Miss Blake: I am a young
t-i ie Thlo Summon T met two
very nice young men. both about three
years my senior, une ui mem m
rich and took me out in his yacht every
day. He Is a very good dancer and x
love nothing better. The otner isn i
n n la TP rv" trnnil looking.
with deep blue.eyesv but dislikes danc-
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inc.. l nave a gooo Lime win, ..vn.,
wish to lcnnw which one you advise me
going with as a Bteady. I know both
of them are anxious iu
But I don't think it's fair to lead two
to this point. ' CUTEY.
Are you sure men uuw w. n.... . -m
mnrh In love with you that they
wish to marry you. Probably their at
tentions to you were meij v.
t i .. . i . ..pistv Vnn are too
voung to think of marriage now. There
is no reason wny you smu
v. c-iotwisihiii of both the young men
if you care about it. Do not think of
either 01 tnem seriousij.
What In Properf
"Dear Miss Blake: When leaving an
-.. i. it Tirnner for the man
to precede or to follow the : lady?
It is customary for a man to precede
a woman in leaving any car. wnei...e.
elevated or surlace, so mat uj, as
sist her in alighting. V
She Wouldn't KIm Him.
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girl of 19 and am deeply in love with
a young man inree .,
. i ... t- A .ai.inrni-ntpl mv love.
ana l liuov iic i -
as he has told me so on more than one
occasion. Last evening wnen we
. i , a 1rar1 ma tn KISS
riveo ai my nuiua -----him
good night, and I refused, sayinf?
that It was improper iur j...,, e,.--
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not engrave i cj -
refused to be coaxed and he answered
that It was very iunny ui wic w
. o tima atrn T read in
fiax way. 7unic
your paper that it was right for any
declareo lovers i"
manner. Is this true? T,1
A JlliB lAfl urjlf jji
You are perfectly right, my dear. In
Safe Home Treatment
for Objectionable Hairs
.t....i. naatA fa not reoulred
iue eev;iiiu ucw.w . -- - -
for tne removal ui " - --
with the use or piain
stubborn growth can be quickly ban
ished A paste is made with a little
water and a little of the powder then
spread over the hairy surface. In about
2 minutes it is rubbed off and the skin
washed. This simple treatment not only
removes the hair, but leaves the skin
free from blemish. Be sure you get
genuine delatone. Adv.
Use It for Baby
Santiseptio prevents and In
stantly relieves chafing or Irri
tation. Keeps baby's skin sweet
and fresh. Heals overnight. Is san
itary, safe and refreshing. Better
than powder for baby. You'll like
Its cleanly, healthy odor.
Every mother should have a
nnnlv SOc. All druggists. C
You Can't Realize the Many Pleasures and Advantages Until You Have
One in Your Home
When you are all tired out by
troubles, vexations and petty an
noyances of the day what can be
more restful and comforting than an
hour or so of good music an hour
with the world's greatest masters
or the cheering influence of the lat
est popular selection? The modern
Player Piano is the finest diversion
in the world for the tired business
man. Did you ever actually know
the exhilaration of playing a piano
expressing emotions which mere
words can never utter? If you do
not, you cannot realize what pleas
ure in life you are missing. With
a fine player piano, such as can be
obtained at Eilers Music House, a
vast world of music is opened in
your home. Anyone in the family
can play the player piano, from
father down to the kiddies. A player
piano will have a refining and en
Sale Continued a Few Days Longer
If you are planning; to take advantage of this special sale of little-used player pianos of standard
makes many of which are absolutely equal and like new, as has been advertised the past week m
the daily papers, you should not delay any longer. Many were sold the past wwk, which now
enable the entire family to enjoy music at home.
THEY'RE THINNING OUT
Think of being able to buy during this sale a good, reliable, modem, highly improved 88-note
player piano for $285, $327, $385, and some of the more fancy styles at $445, $403 to
$512, with a good supply of music rolls free. You never had an offer to equal this heretofore
that we are certain.
A NEW PLAN OF EASY PAYMENTS;
We are not exacting all cash, even at
these low prices. -But for the mere simple
interest we can arrange the littlest and
easiest weekly or monthly payments.
No matter what instrument is selected,
lowpriced or high-priced, it carries our
No transaction is considered complete
which does not mean satisfaction to the
buyer. Money back if purchase after
delivery does not prove in every way as
Broadway at Alder
not allowing the young man to kiss
you. When you are engaged to be
married you may allow such a privi
lege with propriety, but not until then.
I am sure the young man will only re
spect you the more for your reserve.
Seaside Anglers' Club, Elects.
SEASIDE, Or.. Feb. 2. (Special.)
(Special.) At the annual meeting of
the Seaside Anglers' Club last night the
First Authentic Showing of
Ready -to -Wear Hats, in
satins, silks and braid com
Tipperary Sailors and Chin
Have you seen the new 5050 sj
ciiv. n-f Tv-mrrVi efraw Virim and
soft satin crowns?
for Spring 1915
POPULAR PRICES ONLY
The Wonder Millinery
At Morrison and Fourth Streets
"We give just what we advertise"
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nobling influence, such as can be ob
tained in no other way. Then, again,
a Player' Piano is a wonderful aid
to a music student. Those who
know music best appreciate the
Player Piano most the great mas
ters have all come out emphatically
in favor of the modern player piano,
and it now has the indorsement of
all our greatest pianists and the
We have announced throughout
this week, in the daily papers, our
wonderful sale of Player Pianos,
both new and some which have been
used slightly. Have you made your
selection yet? If you have not and
have ever felt the need of good
musiC in your home, right now is
the opportunity to gratify that wish.
A great many musicless homes in
Portland are taking advantage of
the tremendous reductions in prices
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following officers were elected: Presi
dent, C. M. Godfrey; vice-president.
Clyde Mason; secretary. K. J. Keys;
executive board. John Sliephard. I". M.
Cole and J. E. Bralller. In addition to
appointing a publicity representative
to advertise properly Seaside and the
adjacent waters, steps were taken to
ward securing quarters for a permanent
clubroom. During 1914 several liun.
-a thmioanjl .nMn,r flh were nlunted
near here by the StHte Fish and O.-inie-
The Latest Chin-Chin Veils
65, 95, S5
which are now being made by th
Eilers Music House in this great
Player Piano sale. Come in and ex
amine this beautiful line of instru
ments. Hear and compare the lead
ing and STANDARD makes of
Player Pianos, side by side. This
is an opportunity that you can have
at no other store in the City of
Portland. Perhaps you have held
back in the purchase of the piano,
player piano, or baby grand for
that daughter of yours, or that so,
or that wife, under the impresHlon
that the price is prohibitive. If this
is so, our prices will astonish you.
We have a great many instruments
which have been taken in exchange,
which can be had at unhcard-of
prices. There need be no home in
Portland now that cannot have thf.
delights and pleasures of good music.
V A I .
Commission at the Instance of the local
Of How E. L. Marshall, of
Shreveport, La., Was
Cured of a Stomach Trou
ble That Kept Him Out of
Work for Months.
Shreveport. Xa. "I had a p4
stomach trouhle for years and became
so weak I could hardly walk or do any
work. Sly appetite was very poor,
then my food would not dlgeft, I
bloated and was very weak and
nervous, and It neemed Impossible lo
get any relief. I was so bad I could
not work for months at tlrnn. 1
tried too many remedies to name, but
without help. I saw Vlnol advertised
and tried It, and soon noticed an Im
provement. I continued Its uso and
now my stomach trouble Is complete
ly cured. I am a well man enjoyln
perfect health and have mined In
weight." K. U. Marshall, Hhreveport,
The recovery of Mr. Marshall was
due to the combined action of the medi
cinal tissue building elements of the
extract of cod's livers, allied by the
blood making and strength creallnit
properties of tonic Iron, contained In
Vlnol, which seldom falls to strcnictheii
and tone up the tired, over-taxed and
weakened nerves of the stomach and
remove the trouble. The Owl Drug
Co.. Portland. Oregon, and at lAdlng
SKIN OF BEsUTT IS JOT FORFVFR
Dr. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S
OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
? Rnnowi Tan . Hnv
Moth Patches. R-h
nd 6k in liarar,
and every bW'nmh
on benutv. and de
fira detection. II
baa stood thr trt of
66 rmm. and ia a
harm If a we tate
U to be aure it m
pmperljr mad. Ac
cept no counterfeit
of atmiiar name.
Dr. I A. Sayre aald to a lady of the hautton
(a patient): "As vou lHip will tie them. I re
commend 'BoarMsTs CrtaaV a the ct harm.it.
of all the akin preporaliona." At druvciatt
and Ltepartineut itture.
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