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THE SUNDAY OREGONIAN, PORTLAND, MARCH 11, 1900.
?taAf ffl WrJ IMazL XfJM v i ? ffiSS ?L -
IT AVOiCT LAST."
ast, fast, fast'
For a month or so the devil,, y&u Jcnow,
Has quite nothing- at all to sajv
And It's weep, weep, -weep
For the Fins we ednned last J car;
And our tears flow free,, aa Halt aa the sea.
That Heaven our prajer, maj hear.
The tvo-ld 'and -the'flesh, '
Ah, me' Tempt us not, ne saj.
Flirting and dining, da-jeinte an$vrinlng
"Ve have put these things saj.
-Fast, and wp, and pray,
- And the devil cmlles. ma-be
lie knows it won't last, and, when 1t is past,
"We'll sin to make up jou see!
' C. D.
- BNOEAVORIMQ.TO'BE GOOD
Golf and Lectures and Similar Mild
Foriut of DisHipation Encase
Attention of Socletj.
The fbolfe of three seasons "has-a young
.relative, lor whom she is pleased to en- ,
ict4djii o. iceiuiK oi resionsiBu.iv. j.m5
relative Is, at present, passing through
that phase of human existence which may
be fittingly designated as the susceptible
berlod, and I hear a great deal, from
time to time, about his various affaires
. i , , r
du coeur. p thfreto anj; one thing about ,
'& Jouog man at certain lempcVament that-i
Interests me more than another, it Is tho
falls in loe, and the agility that char
acterizes his climbing out again a sort
of acrobatic feat In eentlment that ncer
falls to astonlbh everybody, but- the per- '
lormer nimseii. -
He will swear to you on Friday that
Luclle's dark eyes are fathomless wells
of light. In whlcfif lS feoul ls drowning:
that she. and no other, ctai make or mar
his happiness. If ou chance to meet him
on Monday, he will ra e about Harriet s
gray orbs, or Margaret's blue ones, with
equal fervor. And if jou remind him of
-Luclle, he will say, with an air of su
periority: "Ah, j os, a charming enough girl. i
rather fancied her mjself, at one time.
you know. But that, was before I met
In Bead Earnest.
Inconstant, do you say? Not at all.
He is In dead earnest and deeply enam
oredwhile It lasts, and that is all there
is in constancy, anjwaj; it is merely a
relathe, qualitj. Inconstancy consists In
being In love with more than one object.
ata.jme a naition ;6T airajrs not to be
endure'd" by 'any "Eelf-respecTlng j oung
j woman, and yetVcalas I too- often a possi
bility. Krpllnjj, in -his days of bachelor
hood, confessed to being in" love with eight
girls, at one and the same time. But
that was on the occasion of his first
visit to America to the far-West, in fact
and the Pacific Coast maiden had col
lectively taken his heart by storm.
"I wish," sighed the belle of three sea
sons, after we had exhaustively dscussed
the latest episode of a tender and ro
mantic nature, in the career of her abo e-
"-mentioned relative, il sincerely wish I
' had something to "tell Mnf ihTsTweek worth
recording,, but I haveh'fc jmiess you wanf.,
to talk about lectures and" the like. So
ciety has dropped everything else and
taken violently to golf and good works;
has gone In for improving the mind and
cultivating the Intellect, and so on.
"The sixth preliminary tournament for
the John Wesley Ladd cup was plajed
Saturday afternoon. And there are Mrs.
Altman's lectures on "The Poetic Books
o the Bible,' and,Mlsa Osgood's lectures
von- art, at the Library- Building. If j ou
V&nt to see an audience of representative
Portland women, go there some afternoon.
The intellect of Portland overflows that
rather spacious west room, and the women
of society aro among the most earnest
A Little Dinner.
"And let me think a moment! Oh, yes!
There was a quiet.. but very elegant little
.'dinner given during the -early part if
'the week, at -the Hdtel Portland "by"
"Yes, I know," Tliastened to interrupt,'
"bUtrjKipnJt feu jne,i please4 I have aj
- -ready promised not tcsajf a word about
UUeand I never DrbaX "a promise, espe
' dally when made tba big, splendid-looking
man like ihd giver of that dinner."
The belie of three basons' looked suddenly
alert and Interested.,
"Now, why' ehe'sald, "do jou. sup"
' pose he was so particular about nbt hav-'
Ing It mentioned?" ' '
;uoaesty I suggested.- -"You knoVJ
1 '.how sensitive mon .... ;M
-4!j,rIn,kInsr from the PuWo jraze, as it were.'
..y, an, imuic Hioae&ty.-mjr dear gitl "
W"I don't believe it." she. replied, with an
" - . v;, ,i juu eiv innr k.(
;- it. ' '
gesture mar. jiwav.o f.icir,o, . chemist for -the BlumaUer-Frahk Drue
and makes wc wish she would do ii Company, ahd hlece of Hon. 'Charles E.
n- '""Besides. If jou ?ay that aV.! Clirie, ex-speaker of the House of Reore-
bodj- will be wondering and excusably aentatlves of Washington,
curious If I -n ere in your place, I -should " . Grecn-Hnrrltt.
" 1 A
such advice: besides I said
mention thai dinner, lind I alwavs keep
my word. "
A great' many Portland
knew Miss Raab, the popular 5 oung wom
an who Journejed to Manila last Decem-
1 trer to become the wife of Lieutenant
lieorgc Avoir, of the Second Oregon, tvHIJ
oe giaa to lenrn that she lsmost happily
Lieutenant AVQrXkrVqconfl inonirh,:rqiaS
at tne military "prison in Manila, ana the
3 oung bride Js a. cordially welcomed addi
tion to the social life that goes merrily
forward in our far-off new possessions.
Mrs. J. T. Haynes, to the regret of a
large circle of friends, has sailed for
Skagway, where she Is to make her home
for 'awhile, her husband having gone be
fore to take the editorship of a paper
there. . . .
One of Portland's voungest and prettiest
society women is actively interesting Tier-1
eelf in behalf of the little ones in the
vicinity of North Twelfth street.
"Oh, it "would make jour heart ache to
see them," she cried, "so tiny and so
pitiful and poor! I cannot rest till I havo
tried to do something for thenx"
J "Jolly- A'elffhborK" Dance.
V'T4m .Tn11v"7CtfrYiKnr " txVii hv4hn xirrr
aro most appropriately named, gave an
other of their delightful dances rridayl
evening, at Burkhard Hall. In spite of the
fact of Its being in the midst of the Lenten
season, there was the usual attendance,
for no one who is. favored with an invita
tion from the "Neighbors" to one of their
tsvl1r nnotljie Ic n..n- W111 f .!.
nf tii. rsMHtv whv nwt . .., i
Charles Ralston, Mrs. Damon Smith, Mrs. ,
William Sally and Mrs. II. H. Holmes, i
The gentlemen who served on the recep
tion committee were: Messrs. Call, Deady,
Lons, McCord, Peddlcord, Ralston and
xzuvira.m. Aiie nu.ii vwu-i ory quieiiy OUl
tastefully decorated with ported palms
andygreenery. Punch was served in the
The 'orchestra excelled itself In the way
of inspiring reluctant feeu Perhaps, be
cause dancing is undr temporary ban,
everybody enjojed it more than usual and
tU.oiiiu aiuiiiiri; uitu lUolui WI1UII ISIO
strains of the last waltz died avay and It
expressed surprise and regret when tho
was ume to turn out the lights 'and so
rJ ' "
Af MAfftniOMAti AlZLIACES.
av.i.tii v i. txt ,
WcddWs of the TVeeU in Portland!
and nt Other PolntH.
A quiet wedding was solemnized In this
city Thursday, March 1, at St. Stephens'
Chapel, tne contracting parties being Mr.
M. L. Brawn and Miss Josephine Dorothy
Oesch -pnly the immediate relatives of the
fjl'Jwer Present. After the ceremony!
the party repaired tothe-bme of tho
bride, where a wedding supper was par
taken of. The grooni Is well and favor
ably knpwn Jn tliis city. The bride Is the
second daughter of Mr. E. D. Oesch, chief i
1MSS-BELLE AR.CHER, IX A COTnVTE WOjrAV' J
I " ' ' GR-V.VD. .
w W- HWW Mtvu,vr W, W WVV.A. . Um,
Mss Adelo .Frances Harritt, youngest
daughter of J. W. Harritt, the well-known
merchant of Salem, Oc.. was united in
marriage to Mr. Harry A. Green, of this
-city. , , , .
- , Married In Crilcago, at 49? .West Mon
roe streetr "February 23, 1S00, by Rev. E. S.
McChesney, of Clinton, Wis., John Harvey
Scott, of Portland, Or., and Mary Allison,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. B. McChes
ney, -of Chicago.
Married, at the residence of Mrs. J.
Burbanlts, March 3, Grant McKay and
Augusta Anion, both of this city.
The engagement Is announced of Miss
Edna Moreland to "Walter Edwin Tyler,
of Los Angeles, CaL The wedding will
accur in Los Angeles some time during
IX AVD ABOLT POHTL.VXD.
Social and Other Urcnti, rant, Pres
ent and Prospective.
Mrs. Ida E. Harkleroad, President of
George Wright Relief Corps, entertained
the ladies of the corps, at her home, in
Upper Alblna, last" Wednesday evening,
"A Floral Courtship" was a very amus
Ing'.feature of the entertainment. Light
refreshments were served, after which Mr.
Ed Blackwood took a flash-light picture
of the assembled guests. Dainty baskets
filled with home-made candies were dis
tributed as souvenirs of a "very pleasant
evening. Those present were: Mesdamcs
Chamberlain, Kelly. Miller, Dltchburn,
Woods, r JaVjues, Smith, 'York, White,.
Morset Stuhr, Pferdner, Warren, Hough-j.
kirk, Ellis, Curtis, Ahord, Ramsey and.
Miss Mors, t.
-vfcryp-'leasJih.t evening was spent ''at'
the nome of B. Bender, at University
Park, Friday evening, Tvlarch 2, .lh honor
of Mr. Walton Bender, Music was tho
first amusement for the eenlng, after
which each boy worked a button-hole,
while the girls whittled a cork to fit a
bottle. The first prizes were awarded to
Miss Nellie Chlpman and Russell Wil
liams, and the second to Miss Anna Wil
liams and G. E. Devereaux. Numerous
other games were plajed, after which a
Hgty. lunch was servedk
Mrs. L. C. Buchanan gave a very de
lightful basket social to a large number
of friends at her home, on the East Side,
last Friday night. A number of popular
musical selections were rendered and
thoroughly enjojed. The floral decora
tions were pretty, c&Ua lilies predominat
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Henry E, Heppner were at
home Saturday evening, March 3, to about
70 of their friends, the occasion being tho
15th anniversary of their marriage. Their
beautiful home, at Irvington, was artisti
cally decorated with carnations and daf
fodils and a profusion of Oregon grape.
Mrs. Heppner was assisted in receiving
by Mrs. F. C. Wasserman, while In the
dining-room Mrs. D. McLauchlan, assisted
hy Miss Morse,, iyss Edna Protzman. and
Mm Stella K&. TrldeS over The
lames or ciaintv rrrMhmnt5
The Carnation Whist Club was pleasant
ly entertained at the residence of Mrs.
M. E. Roberts, at 320 Fourth street, Tues
day evening last. The parlors were pret
tily decorated for the occasion. Each
person present was presented with a bou
quet of carnations, tied with dainty bows
of baby ribbon of different colors, tho
two getting corresponding colors being
partners for'ihe evening. Sixteen hands
of whist were played, after which a de
licious lunch was served.
The Ladles Missionary Society of the
First Presbyterian Church gao a very
pleasant social at the home of Mrs. J. M.
Irving on last Friday e enlng.
-A- very pleasant surpnse party was given
by the friends of Messrs.- G. W- and G.
H. Carr.at the, homes of the recipients,
431 Third street. on Saturdiv- evening.
"ar?h3- Tho evening was spent in card-
jjiu., jus, music uiju uuncing, aiter wnica
a repast was served.
Last Wednesday evening V. Anderson
and Will Marschell gave a dinner party,
the guest of honor being Miss WlU'ams.
of this city. The marriage engagement of
the lady to a gentleman recently from Ma-
njlfi 4wa announced.
Mr. and airs. Hiram Fitznatrick. of
Mount Tabor, were very pleasantly sur
prised Saturday evening. Marcth 3. bv a
number of intimate friends and relatives.
They w ere the recipients of appropriate
'presents in honor of th.e1r15th wedding
anniversary: A tasteful luncheon .was
The Congregational Literary Club held
a pleasant session on WedneSdaj- after
noon, when Mrs. Levi J. Goodrich pre
sented an interesting paper on "Oit-Phii-
adelphla,1 and Miss Stuart sang two
Miss Evfe West very delightfully enter
tained a few of her friends Thursday
evening. Music charmingly occupied tho
early hours, and later dainty refresh
ments were "served. Those present were:
Mrs. West, t)ie Misses Eva West, Ida
West. Shannon, Gay Morand. Rasmus-
sen and Senders, and IL F.Barker. F.J
Drake. O. Smith, F. Mauzey and C. L.
PEOPLE COMING AXD GOIXG. .
Ebb and Flow of the Social Tide In
and Abont Portland.
Louis Rosenblatt has returned from the
S. S. Train has returned froma trip to
Mr. and Mrs. Cuslck have returned from
at visit to California.
Miss Lutlc Sternberg has returned from
a visit to San Tranclsco. i
Mr. and Mrs. William Barnes have re
turned from a visit to San Francisco.
Miss Myrtle Ward has returned home,
after a month's absence In San Francisco.
Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Mackaj" have
changed their residence to the Hobart
Curtls. Miss Clara Dekum is at present residing
with her sister. .Mrs. John Gill, "corner of
Twentj'-thlrd and Hoyt streets.
Miss Katie W. Armstrong, of Rangoon,
Burmah, left over the Union Pacific Rail
vvaj on Monday evening lor Toronto, Car
-: Jpl '''Jill r
MISS KEITII WAKD3LU, LEADI.G AVOLVX. OF.XIIIJ FRAWLHY COMPANY,
ada, where she will spend a month or two
before returning to her missionary work
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lelnenweber, of As
toria, have returned home after a few
Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Phillips (nee
Miss M. Josle Peck), have gone to Spo
kane to reside for the present.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Holman have re
turned, and are at home first and third
Frldaj-s at, 226 Thirteenth street.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Terrell are visiting
friends and relatives In Texas and Arkan
sas. They Intend to return in April.
Isaac Gevurtz and wife have" gone to
San Francisco in search of recreation.
Thej' will "be absent several weeks.
Mrs. R. H. Thompson has returned from
New York, after an absence of four
months visiting relatives and frieqds.
Mrs. M. L. Bussey, with her 'sons, Allan
and Roj-j left Wednesday fcr San Fran
cisco, where they will permanently reside.
Mrs. M. S. Harter has returned from
her trip to New York and the East ac
companied bj' Mrs. A. A. Crandall, of
Mrs. H. R. Duniway will depart (south
tomorrow morning, on a visit to frlehd3
in San Francisco. She will be away sev
Mrs. M. Gottsteln, of Seattle, Wash.,
who has been visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. S. Wolf, of 510 Clay street, will
leave Tuesday for her home.
M. B. Mlhran has arrived In the city
with his niece, Mfcs V. Courlan, who has
Just come from Turkey. Mies Cour'an la
a graduate of the American College at
Constantinople, and, during the Armenian
troubles, she served the Red Cross Sa-cietj-,
as the private secretary of Misa
A Xevr Millinery Store.
SJrs. J. Heller opened the doors of her
handsome new millinery store at 3S0
Washington street yesterday.. The an
nouncement of the grand spring opening
will be made later on.
The Popular "Oregon March."
Another edition Issued. Orders promptly
filled bj leading music stores.
Sto'rej-'s Ladles' Tailoring Parlors, a
Lewis Building, first-clasa ladies' tailoring.
SOLTH OF THE COLUMBIA.
Various Events of The Week in tho
State of Oregon.
The local lodges of Knights of Pythias
and Rathhone Sisters gave a farewell
reception In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Eu
gene Willis, who have gone to Sumpter
to make their home. The evening's en
tertainment consisted of recitations, mu
sic, social converse and cardplajlng. At
a late hour, a banquet was spread and
short farewell addresses were made.
Chadwlck Chapter, No. 37, Order of the
Eastern Star, last Tuesday evening re
ceived a visit from Grand Matron Mrs.,
Lutke, of "Portland, and Grand Secre
tary Mrs. Settlemler, of Woodburn. After
an exhibition of floor work and a number
of fraternal addresses, the guests and'
the local members of the order partook
of refreshments. , ,
On Thursdaj- afternoon, March S, at the
home of the bride's parents in this cityv
occurred the marriage of Miss Adeli
Frances Harritt to Mr. Harrison A.
Greene. Rev. F. J. Brown, of Sa'em, offi
ciated and pronunced the wedding ceis
mony In accordance w 1th the ritual of the
Methodist Episcopal Church. The blo
Is the j'oungest daughter of J. W. Har
rltt, of Salem; the groom is a resident
Miss LIUie. BalL left McMinnvllle Mon
day fon her -home in Portland.
" An enjoyable "tea" was given at the
h'ome of Mr. and Mrs. R. Nelson Wednes
day evening- bjfc the -ladles of the United
-Presbyterian .Church. -
A pleasant dancing party was given by
the Twentieth Century Club Saturday
evening in Campbell Hall.
"Mr. and Mrs. L? Root, of this city, cele
brated fhelr golden wedding anniversary
Saturday afternoon, at their home on C
street, by entertaining a number of their
friends. A pleasant time Is reported.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Irvine left Mc
Minnvllle last week for Portland, where
they will make their future home.
Mr. W. C. Miller, of McMinnvllle. en
tertained a number of her j'oung friends
at her home Saturdaj- afternoon. A game
of flowers was tho principal feature. Tea
was served. Those present were: The
Misses Ella Strong. Elsie Hobbs. Maude
Hobbs. Mattle Patty, Ethel Harris. Flor
ence Dellschnelder and Mabel Manning.
Miss. Florotta Elmore has returned from
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Flavel have
retained from California.
Miss Lottie Bennett entortalned several
of her j oung women friends oavYednfS7
t " -. j e ( t. " t
' day afternoon at the residence of Mrs.
W, S. Kinneyn
Miss Violet Bowlby has 'returned from
Monmouth, and will probably remain at
Miss Belle Trulllnger left last week for
San Francisco, where she will resume
her art studies.
Mrs. W. E. Warren left on Thursday for
Oakland. Cal., whence she goes to join her.
husband at Dawson. f
The Lenten season Is being enlivened by
the meetings of the Ccoklng School, which
is flourishing under the auspices of the
Ladies' Guild of Grace Episcopal Church.
Dr. George A. Skinner, post surgeon at
Fort Stevens, left on Monday, accom
panied by Mrs. - Skinner, for Saa Fran
cisco. From there the doctor expects to
be ordered to Manila. Ha is succeded
j by Dr. Reagles.
j The Presbjterian Church was filled to
the doors on Tuesday evening, the occa
sion being Mr. Marcotto's , lecture ort
"Tennjson." A few musical numbers
wore rendered and, aftor the speaking, an
hour or two was spent socially in the
parlors of the church.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Wilkinson gave
MIhs Mary Van Burcn, vas Trilby, at
another' very delightful evening to-a large
number of" guests on Thursday of lest
week. The rooms were tastefully dec
orated. A pleaslrig7 literary and musical
programme' w'asrproviaed, and thoro was
i a cakewalk. "Luncheon "was .served.
I n -, - 'j - i . i .
I -t CoxvallI.
! "VTV !n1 Ttfro -fP.-'K' TM1;vn r "0-
hand, hav a been. gue3ts at the Wilson home
slnco-Frlday. . . ,
Geonre Waeconer. who has bpn In
Alaska for the .post two years returned
home Tuesday. -MxTff.-Goorgo
Simpson and her little child
A Week of 'Bargains
' Pretty Patterns
Our Strong Point In Cafpets-
Ingrain Carpets.... , "3520.
AU-Wool Carpets ,.'. v.. ' 50c yd1
Best grade AU-Wool Carpets!!!!!65c yd1
Brussels Carpets 50c id
Smith's Brussels 65c yd
Higgins Best Brussels I.".""s0cid
Saxony Axmlnster SlCOAd
Linoleum 45c. 65c. 75c; yd
Examine our line of parlor goods and
you will-find the -new est styles and
smartest effects ever show a In this
This pretty Couch This beautiful
In silk velour, Morris Chair, ve-
lour cushions, only
This pretty 5-picca Parlor Set,
-WE SELL ON
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: !. GEVUR'mie-'liomefurmsIier, 173-175 First St.N. W. Cor. Yamhill
arrived Tuesday from Seattle, and are
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Simpson.
Mrs. Charles Leo entertained the
Ladies' Whist Club Thursday afternoon.
The ladies of the W. R. C. were pleas
antly entertained'by the G. A. R. at thedr
hall Saturday evening. Several Spanish
war veterans "were also present. Tho
evening was spent in speachmaklng, songs
and conversation; Refreshments were
The Soros's Society of the Agricultural
College gave a "left-handed" party at tho
home of Miss Franko Cauthorn Satur
day evening. f The right hand of each
guest was tied, and the left hand had
to be used for all purposes. Each guest
was asked to write his or her name In
a register, which was accomplished with
much difficulty- Each also drew va pic
ture, and In 'the flatter contest Mr. Bur
nough won the prize for the best produc
tion. The affair -was- in honor of Mis3
Inez Fuller, a member of tho society.
Mrs. S. Hadley, of Roseburg, Js the
guest of Mrs. W Lc Cheshire.
Miss, Pearl Stafford, of, Mohawk. Is vis
iting her .sister, Mrs. J. A. Haines,
Mrs. Frank Craw, of Albany, Is visit
ing at the home of George F. Craw.
Icsdames James and Henry Hoffman
entertained a party, of lady, friends in a
very pleasant manner Wednesday after
noon. Mr. T. W. Murphy, ot PQrtland, and
Miss Edna Hadley, of Eugene, w ere. mar
ried Wednesday morning, at the home of
Rev. M. L. Rose.
Miss Mabel Clues entertained a small
party In a pleasant manner Wednesday
evening, tho occasion being the celebra
tion of her birthday anniversary.
On Wednesday evening, at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. R. McMurphey. Rev. and
Mrs. R C. Brooks were given .a farewell
reception by the Youn& People's Christian
Endeavor Society of tho Congregational
George Langenberg left Wednesday for
Tularo, Cal., after a visit with his par
ents. Tho Misses Lillle Collier and Rosa
Josephson returned this week from San
Mrs. Hannah Josephson has 'returned
-from an extended visit to San Francisco.
On Wednesday evening, March 7, at tho
residence of J. F. Barker, in West Rose
burg, Rev. J. A. Townsend married Mr.
Charles W. Wharton and Miss Edna A.
Hodson, both of this city. Only intimate
friends and relatives were present.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sewall, of Port
land, are visiting relatives In The Dalles.
Mxa. Robert Mays and Mrs. Frank Som
merville arrived In this city Wednesday
evening, and are expected to remain some
time beforo returning to Portland.
Mrsi W. L. Bradsbaw. who has spent
the last year in Ashevllle, N. C, arrived
home last Thursday. She was accompa
nied by her brother. Dr. Llttlefleld.
The Columbia Dancing Club held Its last
party Friday evening. Although the at
tendance was small, those present had a
very enjoyable time.
i - Pendleton.
A. Wursweller Is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
R. Alexander, from Joseph, Or.
Mrs. -J. Ross Dickson has gone to Port
lard to visit her sister, Mrs. L. W. White.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eppinger have re
turned from their wedding trip to Portland
and the Sound.
Mr. and. Mrs. T. C. Taj lor and Mr. and
Mrs. Leon 'Cohen have returned from a
leisurely trip through Southern Califor
nia tp the City of Mexico. ,
"Dr. J. W. Welch left Tuesday for Cali
fornia. Mlsa Florence Brown entertained a
number of her friends Wednesday even
ing. On Saturday last tho "HIgh-Fvo" Olub
was entertained by Dr. and Mrs. Leon
ard. Forest Croi e.
Mrs. Sultaney Ramsey, "of La Fayetto,
Is visiting Mrs. Elizabeth Harris, Forest
Mr. and Mrs. Philip French, and
daughter Orpha, after a four months'
residence in Forest Grove, 'left Wednes
day for Beaver City, Neb,.,
Mrs. H. L. Ford is the guest of Salem
friends. - .
Mrs.. P. L- Kennady and daughter. Miss'
Dennis, returned Monday from- Salem and
Brooks. . -
JVOItTIL OF ,THI3. COLUMBIA. 4
Various Ei cnts of the AVeelc1 In the
State of. Washington.
Miss Nellie Yale is -visiting 'friends at
3. M. Rands, chairman o theRcpubll-
A carload of Baby Bugsles and
Go-Carti-. which were contracted
for before the adv arce.
stered in silk
vEvery range warranted," Is the
Eclipse ,Stove Company's motto.
The best' steel ranges in the world.
Sold under an Ironclad guarantee
to operate perfectly.
6-hoIe Steel JSange and high-closet
Oven, 1Sx1Sx14. only 528.50
No. 7 Cook Stoves. $7 50.
No. 8 Cook Stoves, $S 50.
can County Central Committee, is in
Washington, D. C.
MIrs "Beatrice Hidden has returned from
a two weeks' visit to Salem
The Vancouver High-Five Club met at
the hom6 of Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Eastham
on Wednesday evening.
Mrs O. F. Johnson and Mrs. G. F.
Johnson, who have been visiting friends
Jn Kansas for several months, have re
Miss Lucie Godley returned home Satur
day from, an extended visit to Portland
Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Godley are visiting
their daughter, Mrs. Max Shlllock, in
' Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sherman, of Rich
mond, Ind . are v lslting Mr. and Mrs.
F. P. Friday.
The Eastern Star gave a most enjoy
able social at Its hall Monday night.
I Cards and dancing were the features.
Tuesday night the Epworth League had
a pleasant entertainment at Workman
Hall, the -features being music, by Miss
CarusI, and recitations, by Mrs. Ayda
lotte. GAMMA ETA KArPA.
Annnal Contention of Gek and Ban
quet at &an Francisco.
Tho Gamma Eta Kappa Fraternity held
its annual convention last Saturday, In
the Alcazar Building, San Francisco, with
about SO Geks present. The meeting was
called to order by Franc's V. Keesllng,
M. E'. C. P. There were present delegates
from San FrancLco, Oakland, Los An
geles, Stockton, San Jose, Fresno. San
Diego, Riverside and San Bernardino,
Cal.; Denver, Colo , and from Portland,
Or., the last mentioned being Messrs.
Harry T. Nicolai and Samuel B. Archer.
On account of the growth of the fra-
If a medal were'
awarded for the
y ' ' i i most penect tem-
ALCHOL perance medicine
' " nreTiarpfl for fam
ily use it would
fiven to Doctor
ery. This medi
cine which is
of the simulated
strength w hich re
sults from the use
of " whiskey med
icines," or nerve
tics. The many and
resulting from the
use of "Golden Medical Discovery "
prove the soundness of Dr. Pierce's the
ory that in these days of haste and hurry
the stomach is the common breeding
place of disease. These cures also prove
the soundness of Dr. Pierce's reasoning
that "diseases which originate in the
stomach must be cured through the
stomach." The " Discovery " is a medi
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digestion and nutrition. "When the
stomach is healthy the Mood made in
the stomach is healthy, and sufficient in
quantity to nourish the nerves and
strengthen the system to resist or throw
off disease. Nature develops life, sus
tains life and preserv.es life by nourish
ment. Vital failure comes- when the
body is starved either from lack of food
or the inability of the digestive and nu
tritive organs to extract the nourishment
from the food taken, into the stomach.
"Golden Medical Discovery" takes the
obstacles from Nature's way so that she
can sustain life by her own methods.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets assist the
action of "Golden Medical Discovery.'
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