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THE SUNDAY .OKEGONIAN, PORTLAND", MAECH 18, 1900.
1 fo 3 LMtW vi i f wrS?&JPi!ttttt it 111 if M a
Eavyv. vev.-iL x ' ,r
And keeping: Lent.
2Ce Ranees now for her,
?Ce nights at plays, .
X but? Jya
At xunelioro hre and thdrc;
Xo dnbe, no tea.
N parti. the"
Xow jO-liijr ralltalre.
As wear hour?! come, bo.
And thinking all the asals kaow
And keeping Lent.
, She's penitent.
She'ji keeping Lont,
She ntas at home all day.
With vild dellKht
, She welcomes her bttst beau,
And fits and eats
The easily woets
lie VHiHKb with lilm, and oh! ..
She fondly thinks, dear girl, that she
Is just as pious as can be
And keeping Lent!
S. E. Kiser In Times-Herald.
VERY PLEASING FUNCTION
"Willie Farewell Luncheon at Tort
laud Event of the "Week
A whole week of such sunshine as we
have just had Is enough to make the
most remorseful sinner forget to repent.
Indeed, It Is no easy matter to think of
anything consistently and for long, at this
time of the year, but Easter bats and bon
nets and other things pertaining to the
toilet, and the shop windows tempt one
to all manner of extravagances. Socl-
ety's religious devotion is only matched by
its diligence In shoppln
streets are pleasantly filled these sunny
days, with eager maids and matrons, all
Intent upon providing themselves with
needful spring attire. And the belle of
three seasons is, figuratively speaking,
submerged in a sea of silks, foulards and
chiffon. with a rising surf of lace and or
gandie. In short, she Is unable, at tho
present moment, to talk or think or dream
of anj thing but clothes,
While on the subject of dress, I want
to tell you about some of the handsome
gowns worn at Mrs. Isom White's lunch
eon at the Portland Tuesday afternoon.
They were worth moro than a passing
mention, I assure you.
Some Pretty Gorrn.1.
Tho hostess wore a richly embroidered
tan cloth, with white yoke, a black hat
and diamonds. Mrs. Lang, who has but
recently returned from Paris, and is there
fore authority upon coming fashions, had
a skirt of black velvet and a w aist of pale
blue satin applique. Her hat was an ex
quisite creation of velvet and chiffon.
Mrs. Charles Rosenfeld's gown was of
gray grenadine, with white lace joke. A
band of black velvet at the throat was
a sort of harmonizing note between the
hat and gown. Mrs. E. Ehrman's toilet
of lavender silk and lace was completed
by her big. black picture hat. Mrs, Lip-
man s gown was a light tan, trimmed with
a profusion of lace.
ce. and Miss Rosener was
in gray, with a dark blue hat. Her gown
was elaborately trimmed with renaissance Cn cTufornht " "
lace. Mrs. Gustave Simon wore a blue A,c(,nf c.-XTTT t t , .
foulard, trimmed with net and bands of -JfL S"06 B' ,layt0n
silver embroidery. And there werTmany eTaffif Si SLfS,Ster
other pretty costumes. ?rti, VX Monday- from F.ort
Mrs. White Is soon to leave for Europe. ' SfS? Sff S,Wv0C?.upyllJs
and this luncheon was in the nature of a ( J U "ntly Vacated by Caj)taln
farewell to her nearest friends. The spa- P V i,,'Ji 7 i m.
clous white parlors of the Portland were I "?ie?"tolon?. Tho.maa t ? ?arry
made beautiful with palms and lights and j ! w 1 JP deP"tJnent fceadquar
the glossy foliage of the Oregon grape. UnrVlf t Tvrathe S1 , Ma"
The table, laid for 23, was an eloquent ST.0?,41"; J' Jac0 Clonel Barry
reminder of the hostess' coming departure. as ust "turned from Manila, where ho
The center-piece was a reproduction In haf e.e" n duty Adjutant-General of
manlature of the steamship Kaiser Wll- I e lEh"j -"? Corps for tno Dast
helm der Grosse. with a deckload of lilies i n?Xi " Ko1yr"1 now G to Washington,
of the valley. White-winced yachts, laden
with bon bons. sailed the billowy blue,
and about the table ran a telegraph line.
There was a gleam of harbor lights, and
a white dove, hovering in one corner of
tho room, descended with noiseless wings
to the hostess, as she took her seat, bear
ing in Its beak a telegram from an ab
sent friend. The strains of the orchestra,
etatloned In an alcove, furnished an agree
able accompaniment to the merry talk
and laughter that went on about the.
festive board, and which, m due course
of time, the company forsook to gather
around the tiny tables on the opposite
elde of the room, where ices and confec
tions were served by a couple of hand
some pages In Louis XV costumes of whlto
satin. One of the most charming fea
tures of the occasion was the presence
of Baby Tichenor, grandniece of the hes
ess and who was the recipient of unlim
Dellsrhtful "At tHbme."
Mrs. Alex Blrrell's '"at Jiome" was a
most delightful affair. The charming
hostess was never more, gracious and
lovely than when she welcomed her friends
to her beautiful house on Northrup street,
from 3 -to 5 Thursday . afternoon, .The
rooms were tastefully decorated, and
there were many handsome toilets worn.
Mrs Blrrell herself was most becomingly
i gowned, as ware alao the ladles who as
j s'sted her In receiving.
jLira. vDeneuner gave a pleasant unto
dance at Parsons Hall last Saturday
night, for her "other claas." The
Musical Club rendered a very delightful
programme at the same place Wednesday
afternoon. Tuesday, at Arlon Hall, Mrs.
Walter Reed gave a muslcale. Indeed the
week bpgan with music Scalchl at the
Marquam, Monday night, sang to a fash
ionable and" appreciative audience, for
Lent does not keep people from concerts,
lou know. And everybody who did not
hear Scalchl was listening to Joaquin
.Miller, on the beauty of life and the glory
of the North.
On Saturday afternoons the golf links
present an attractive sight. Everybody
go?. out there, either to play or to loiter
about In the glorious sunshine and revel
in the magnificence of earth and sky and
! of mountains climbing to the clouds. It
is quite the thing to dine at the club and
come home by the light of the rare March
moon. "In the Spring," etc., and aided
by such mellow moonlight as we bave
been halng lately, Cupid ought to be
most successfully busy.
It Is certainly pardonable, If not com
mendable, to express an Interest In the re
ported engagement of the Governor of Or
egon. But It Is rather confusing to road
or. day that he Is going to marry Mrs.
Barry, and the next that It Is Miss Trul
Hnger, of Attorla, tc whom he will give
his heart and hand. Some explanation is
due an anxious public, and besides It is
only justice to the Governor himself to
I say that If he Is engaged to one, he Is
f certainly ana equally pngntea to tne
other, for Mrs. Barry I Miss Trulllnger
and Miss Trulllnger Is Mrs. Barry and,
if Rumor speaks truly, she will "be neither
very long. AGATHA.
IN TEMPERANCE CIRCLES.
Notable Reception to President Har
ford, of Oregon Union.
The social event of the week In W. C.
T. U. circles was the reception tendered
to Mrs. Helen Dltkenson Harford, State
President of the Oregon Union, at the
residence of Mrs. T. S. Townsend, 41G
Taylor Btre Monday evening. The
spacious parlors were filled to overflow
Ing, in honor of Mrs. Harford, who has
but recently returned to Oregon, after
an absence of three years In the Middle
West, In the Interests of the National
W. T. C. U. The Central Union, assisted
by the other unions in the city and their
friends, combined to make a very bril
liant gathering and a pleasing pro
t'on; oTcTXe "prcdTngs
and Introduced the various musical and
other features. Mrs. Harford made an
address on "Temperance Reform," and
Rev. Dr. Atchison, of Grace Methodist
Episcopal Church. H. M. Clinton, I. H.
Amos and others spoke. Refreshments
IX ARMY CIRCLES.
Varlouji Happenings of the Week at
Major Frank Hiss made an official visit
to Fort Sherman, Idaho, during the week
Mr. Joaquin Miller was the guest of his
old friends, Major and Mrs. J. N. Allison
last Friday and Saturday.
Captain J. J. Bradley, Fourteenth In
fantry, Quartermaster or the transport
Hancock, Is visiting relatives In Portland.
Captain H. P. McCain returned on Wed
nesday from a short visit to San Fran-
t lMfn W.Ylfiv l or&nt- trio fvlr affAni4tnv
i to 0c bus,:T - "6
t Mr r i? Tnya an i,f
a nrenarf tn 1p , ..n i
"i .t m B.u "" ' .
are preparing to leave the garrison in a
nir "c "m UB snea to auty
"Weddings of the Week In Portland
and at Other PoIntM.
A quiet wedding was solemnized last
Tuesday, it tho First Presbyterian
Church, the contracting parties being
Mr. Walter Bollam and Miss Nellie Dlel
schnelder. The bride was charmingly
attired in white organdie, trimmed In old
point lace, and carried a bunch of lilies
of the valley in her hand. She was
crowned with a white veil and orange
blossoms. Both bride and groom are
well known in this city, where they have
lived for several years. Miss Dlelschneidcr
was attended by Miss Walsh and Mrs.
Robinson, while Mr. George Davenport
and Mr. Jesse Bollam were best man and
groomsman, respectively. Mr. and Mrs.
Bollam will be at home to their friends
today, at the Lambert Building, on
Grand avenue and East Morrison street.
At Condon, Or., on March U, Mr. Frank
M. Pllter and Miss M. Beatrice Hurley
were united in marriage In the presence
of a lares number of friends. Mr. Pllter
j is a county commissioner and prosperous
sheepowner, and his bride Is a member
of one of the pioneer families of Portland
and the Willamette Valley.
Married, March 5, at Skagway, A. L.
Stephens, of Portland, and Louise B. Mc
Vay. a daughter of the late W. B. Mott,
formerly president of a Newark (N. J.)
bank. They havo gone to Dawson on
A quiet weeding was solemnized In this
city Thursday, March 15, the contracting
parties being Mr. W. A. Clarke and "Miss
Lulu Klbbey. Rev. J. F. Ghormlcy, of
the First Christian Church, performed the
Rutherford M. Rau and Charlotte H.
Watts were married Thursday,, March 15.
KATE JEPSOX, OF "DARKEST RUSSIA" COMPANY, AT CORDRAY'S THEATER.
They will receive their friends during the
next week at S00 Union avenue.
The engagement of Miss Grace Knab
ner, an accomplished young- lady of the
East Side, and Mr. C. D. Ray, of the
Brooke Drug Company, Is announced.
The engagement Is announced In San
Francisco of Miss Josle Goldstein, for
merly of Portland, to Dr. Henri' Slchell.
IN" AND ABOUT PORTLAND.
Entertainment and Social Events
Here and ElneMhere.
Katie Knoll, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Knoll, gave a pretty party
to some of her little friends last Satur
day, in honor of her 9th birthday. Tho
house was gaily decorated with paper
chains and flowers of the same material,
all of which were made by little Miss
Katie. Mrs. Steel, Miss Blackhall and
Miss Shernqr helped the happy girl receive
her guests and also entertained the
children with music, songs and
games. The tots who enjoyed Miss
Katie's hospitality are: May and Alice
Commack, Ruth Sichel, Albertlne, Hilda,
Olga and Louis Sechtem, Richard Kruse,
Maud Blackhall, Ethel McFarland, Esme
Burton, Cleo and Harry Kretzer, Robert
Bowen and Paul Munsell.
The Carnation Whist Club was enter
tained Tuesday evening last, at the home
of Mrs. Henry Westermlre, XS Clay
street Sixteen hands of whist were
played, the flrst prize going to Mrs, Rob
erts and Mr. Lumsden, and the booby
to Mrs. Kelly and Mr. Golder.
Mrs. A. E. New, of 620 East Morrison
street, gave a tea, to a few neighbors, in
honor of her daughter, Mrs. J. Dudley
New, last week.
A very pleasant entertainment was
given at Portsmouth recently by the
King's Daughters, of University Park.
Miss Suslo Gambell, leader of the choir
of the Forbes Presbyterian Church, sang
two solos. The University Quartet, Mr.
Miller, Miss Hutch, Mrs. Skelton and Miss
I Jenkins, also contributed to the pro
Mrs. Frank Turgeon gave a luncheon
at her home. 323 Williams avenue, Thurs
day afternoon. Mrs. A. B. Nye and Mrs.
O'Connor sang- several selections, and
Mrs. Walker recited. The table waB pret
tily decorated with smllax. vlplets and
carnations. Those present were: Mrs.
Lllljeson. Mrs. A. B. Nye. Mrs. O'Connor,
Mrs. E. J. Walker, Mrs. F. Turgeon, Mrs.
Brown, Mrs, Corey, Mrs. Manlon, Miss
Walker. Mrs. Miller and Miss Cole.
Dr. and Mrs. F. I. Ball have removed
to their new home at 410 Tenth street, andJ
are at home Wednesdays.
The Wednesday Night Club gave an In
formal hop at Burkhard Hall on Wednes
day evening, March 14, which was well
attended. Dancing began at 8 and con
tinued until 11 P. M. Those present passed
a very enjoyable evening.
Tuesday evening, March 6, Mr. and Mrs.
O. J. Gould gave a party, in celebration
of their wooden wedding. The rooms
were appropriately decorated In shavings,
and the lunch was served on wooden
dishes. The evening was very enjoyably
spent In playing games. After lunch,
llash-llght pictures were taken. As the
guests were leaving-, each one was pre
sented with a small wooden basket, tied
with ribbon, as a souvenir of tho occasion.
Mr. and Mrs. Gould received a numbec
of pretty and useful wooden presents.
Mrs. A. E. New entertained a number of
friends one afternoon during the week,
at her home on East Morrison street.
An Afternoon Muslcale.
The pupils of Mrs. Walter Reed gave u
muslcale Tuesday afternoon, at - Arlon
J Hall. The Treblo Clef Club sans two
numbers. Members of the club are: M S3
Agnes Watt, Susie Gambell, Mrs. Albert
Sheldon, Mrs. Lola MacMahon, Anna Stu
art, Leonora Kloaterman, Edna Gales,
Edna Protzman, Mrs. H. W. Holden, Mrs.
Berta Grimes, Evelyn. Hurley, Imogen
Harding. Mrs. E. C. Charman, Myrtle
Brents, Caroline Alnslle, Lola Steers, Mrs.
Welter Reed, and Miss Margaret Mitchell
accompanist. Soil were sung by Mrs. Ed
gar Felloes, Helen Goss, Imogen Harding,
Myrtle Brents, Ruth Scott, Evelyn Hur
ley and Anna Stuart.
Progrcsn Club Meets.
The Progress Club met at the home of
Mrs. M. Q. Pratt, on Monday. Mrs. God
dard had the programme In charge, and
gave an interesting account of the ab
origines of the Upper Columbia. Others
followed, with Indian legends of the river
and the rocks and cataracts that line Its
shores. The club Is limited as to mem
bership, but Is ope of the most earnest
and active women's organizations In the
PEOPLE COMING AND GOING.
Ebb and Flow of the Social Tide in
and About Portland.
Mrs. R. B. May left Friday for a two
weeks visit to friends in Seattle,
Mrs. Leopold Rosenthal returned on
Sunday from a tno months' sojourn In
Mrs. Hildcbrand ha3 returned from San
Francisco, where she has been spending
the past three weeks.
Miss Fanny Sommer, of La, Grande,
passed through Portland Thursday, on
her way to the Sound cities.
Miss Adde E. Dammasch, daughter of
Louis Dammasch. left Tuesday evnlrg, on
the Elder, for San Francisco, where she
will visit relatives.
S. Sllverfleld, who has been visiting In
New York during tho past two months.
has left the metropolis, and will arrive In
Portland during the early part of this
. Colonel S. P. Sladden and wife have re
turned from s, Winter's sojuorn In the
Eastern States. After a short stay in
Portland they will go to .Eugene for the
The many friends of Mrs. H! W. Wal
lace will be glad to know that she is
recovering from her long- and serious ill
ness, and It is hoped that the balmy airs
of California will eventually result In
her complete restoration to health.
If you cannot find room In your kitchen
for a gas range without displacing the
cooklng-stovo now In use, and yet you
would like to give gas a trial, you can
have connected, at small expense, a two
or three-burner hot-plate, or one of our
small cookers; this will prove how eco
nomical a fuel gas is, and will eas'ly pave
the way to displacing the obsolete cook
stave and Install Instead a modern gas
range, which will give you every ad
vantage In cooking.
Having Miss Suzy Tracy with us again
this reason, we can guarantee success, for
she gives instruction to all parties using
gas ranges. Portland Gas Company.
H. B. Lltt.
I will this week show the largest as
sortment of correct suits, not alone on
tho Pacific Coast, but larger than any
specialty house In New York City, made
under my supervision while In New York.
The Great Rug Sale.
Monday and Tuesday will be the last
days of the grand rug auction. Sale at
2 and 8 P. M. at 126 Third street It will
pay to attend the lost sale.
To the Ladles.
Mrs. O. A. Dennis, now located In her
new store, 440 Washington street, extends
an Invitation to attend a display of Spring
millinery March 21. '
Hnnilet Evening Class.
Shakespeare, Wednesday, at 8 P. M.
Time may be changed for convenience of
puplLx, XI per month. Mme. Bauer, 475
Fleur de Lis, March 22, Burkhard Hall.
Fleur de Lis, March 22, Burkhard HalL
All tho latest, Easter styles at Storey's
Ladles' Tailoring Parlors. 23 Lewis block.
Spring opening pattern hats Tuesday,
March 20. All Invited. Allen, King & Co.,
Reception day for the display of fine
millinery at Miss Scheeland's, Thursday,
March 22, 349 Morrison street
Mrs. Hlldebrand has returned from Sar
Francisco, where she has been attending
the Spring millinery openings.
The ladles of Portland are cordially in
vited to attend grand opening dlilay at
the Paris Millinery, SCO Washington street..
Mrs. O. A. Dennis, now located In her
new store, 440 Washington, extends an
invitation to attend a display of .spring
millinery. 21st of March.
Miss Jorgensen Invites the public to her
grand opening display of fine spring and
summer- Parisian millinery, Tuesday and
Wednesday, 20th and 21st of March. 31
SOUTH OF THE COLUMBIA.
Various Events of the Week In State
Miss Ethel Crumwell. of Los Angeles,
is In ..the city, visiting her friend Miss
Tho Capital City Gaiety Club save Its
' . . .
regular biweekly dance in Tioga Hall
last Friday evening.
The Duplicate Whist Club .held Its last
party at the residence of Mrs. A. N. Gil
bert last Monday evening.
A. D. McCully returned to his home at
The Dalles this week, after an extended
visit at the home of Mrs. M. J. Crelghton.
A very pretty marriage ceremony was
that which united in wedlock Miss Flora
A. Chesney, ot Salem, and Dr. C V.
FJsher, of Dallas. The ceremony was
performed last Wednesday afternoon, at
the residence of Miss Nina McNary, In
this city, by Rev. Ronald McKlllop, of the
First Baptist Church. Only immediate
friends were present. The newly wedded
parties will make their home at Dallas.
Last Tuesday evening the ladies of Cen-
tralla Temple, Rathbonej Sisters, gave a
masquerade ball, at their hall In this city.
About 50 couples appeared en masque, and
after the prizes had been awarded and the
masques removed fully a hundred couples
participated In the dance. Mrs. M. Wiprut,
Mrs. A. T. Wain. J. H. McKibben, R. J,
Fleming- and J. W. Wilson acted as Judges
and awarded prizes as follows: Ladles
Prettiest costume. Miss Esther Williams
(Flower Girl); best-sustained character,
Mrs. C. H. Hinges ("Coon"); booby, Miss
Llllie Strickier (Flower Girl). Gentlemen
Best costume, A. B. Gardner (Jockey);
best-sustained character, A. H. Williams
("Coon"); booby, Stacey Robinson (Chick
Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Linn were given a
birthday surprise on Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Hendricks have been
spending the past week at Nye Creek.
Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Whltson gave a
pleasant whist party, at their home, Tues
Mrs. J. E. Andrews made a very pleasant
afternoon for her friends at her home on
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Edwards, who have
been visiting In Eugene, returned' to Blue
Mr. A, B. Anderson and Miss Lena Root
were married Wednesday evening, at the.
home of Mr. T. B. Anderson.
Mm, W. E. Calkins, of Seattle, who has
been in Eugene attending the sickbed of
her mother, returned homo Thursday.
Mr. J. A. Herbert and Miss Dora S.
Pierce were married Thursday morning
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A- Roberts.
Mr. Alfred Brobham and Miss Kate St.
John were, married Wednesday evening
at the Mi E. Church, Rev. W. B. Hollings
Mr. Frank Ankeny entertained the mem
bers of a social order, known as the F. H
P. at his home last Saturday evening;
prior to his departure for Jackson County.
The most Important social function of
tho week was the farewell reception to
Rev. and Mrs. R. C. Brooks, given on
Wednesday ovening by Judge and Mrs.
E. O. Potter and Mrs. Minnie Washburne,
at their home on Willamette street. The
large reception-rooms, beautifully deco
rated for the occasion, were filled with
an animated throng, who came to pay
their parting respects to these people, who
have filled an important place and been
tireless In their labors In the social life of
Eugene during the past few years. A few
musical selections were rendered during
the evening by the Chancel Quartet, and
by Mr. Arthur Frazer, pianist. The refreshment-room
was presided over by Mrs.
A. W. Llvermore and Miss Lizzie Grlfiln.
Mr. and Mrs. Brooks started Thursday
afternoon for Oakland. Cal., where they
Mrs. Rlalto Weatherford returned to
her home at Harrlsburg Saturday, after
a brief visit to Corvallls.
Mrs. Frank Bowersox, after a short
visit with Corvallls friends, returned to
her home in. Salem Monday.
At the Presbyterian parsonage Wednes
day afternoon, Mr. Jordan Purvine, of Sa
lem and Mrs. Emma Ii. Walker, of Philo
math, wdre united In marriage by Rev.
B. J. Thdmpson.
At. the Armory, Saturday evening, the
Pierian Literary Society was 'enter
tained by the Arnlcltlans. The deqoratlons
were artistic, consiatmg or nags, ierns ana
potted plants. A pleasing feature was
music, furnished by the Amlcltian orches
tra. Refreshments were served.
The St. Patrick's ball, given by the
firemen at the opera-house last night, was
a grand success. The hall was prettily
decorated and the music was excellent.
The patronesses were: "Mrs. C. H. Lee,
Mrs. Rose Selling. Mrs. Ida B. Callahan.
Mrs. M. Els ton Lee, Mrs. L- F. Wilson
and Mrs. John Stelwer. Two hundred In
vitations had "been Issued. Light refresh
ments were served by the Ladles' Coffee
The Ladles' Afternoon Reading Club was
delightfully entertained by Miss Sarah
Jacobs Wednesday afternoon, at which
time it finished reading "The Last
Days of Pompeii." Miss Ellen Chamber
lain, lady dean at the Agricultural Col
lege, who has visited the famous buried
city, was present and exhibited a rare
collection of views of Pompeii, giving also
an interesting talk concerning the points
of Interest shown in the pictures. Mrs.
John Stelwer read an excellent paper on:
"Current Events," after which a light
lunch was served.
Miss Eflle Spencer is visiting relatives
Miss Estelle Redmond has returned
from a visit to Portland.
Mrs. J. G. Wright, of Salem, has been
visiting her stn, Dr. G. S. Wright, this
Mrs. Caplan, of Portland, who has been
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Richard Ek
steln, in McMInnvlIle, has returned home.
Little Norma Goucher gave a birthday
party to a number of her friends Friday
afternoon. A merry time was spent by
the little ones. Refreshments were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grlssen enter
tained at whist at their home Friday
evening, March 9. A pleasant evening
was spent. Light refreshments were
A public reception was given on Mon
day evening at the First Baptist Church
by the citizens of McMInnvlIle to W. Lair
Thompson, who won flrst place In the
Intercollegiate oratorical contest at Mon
mouth. Speeches were made by the
Mayor, A. J. Hunsakcr, president of the
board of trustees of tho college; Lyman
Latouretto and Charles Galloway. The
prize oration was repeated by Mr. Thomp
son and was received with much apprecia
tion. I '
" Mrs. C. H. Carter has gone to St Paul,
Minn., on a visit
Mrs. J. R. Dickson has roturned from
a trip to Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Rlgby have returned
from a Winter's sojourn In Arizona.
Mrs. J. P. Ford, who has been visiting In
Pendleton, l6f t for Pomeroy the last of the
Mrs. H. C. Judd and her daughter, Mrs.
Leonard Flske, of Hartford, Conn., are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Judd,
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Boettcher have re
turned from Chicago and will remain In"
Pendleton through the Spring and Sum
mer. On Saturday Mrs. R. Alexander gave an
"afternoon" to a number of ladles. In
honor of Mrs. Fred Epplnger, of Baker
Mark Warren left on Tuesday for Se
attle, en route for Dawson.
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Kendall have re
turned from a two months' trip East.
The Misses Boelllng have returned to
tho city after an extended trip to Cali
fornia. Mrs-. W. O. Barnes left on Monday for
California, where she will visit her sis
ter at Pilo Alto.
Radojpn Rebo and Fred Blckle, of. Port-
' Great Bargain Sale
Our buyers have just returned from
mense stock" of goods at vty low prices. To make room for therrwjwe
shall sacrifice our present stocx.
ingrain 2oc yard
uiuaioi. ...w we yara
Best All-wool Ingrain CCc yard
Hlggins Best Brussels 75c yard
Bedroom Sets, 3 pieces, German
Sideboard, hardwood, German bev
WE SELL ON EASY TERMS
I. GEVURTZ, The rfomeftirnisher, 173-175 First St., N. W. Cor. Yamhill
land, were guests of Miss Maja Frederick
sen,, the latter part of the week.
Mrs. A. Oppenhelmer and daughter and
Miss" Hutchlns, of Portland, have been
guests at "The Cole" during- the week.
A number of friends "sarprlsed" Dr.
and Mrs. W. C. Logan on Monday evening-.
The occasion was the sixth anniver
sary of the marriage of the doctor and
A clipping from a Paris newspaper,
sent to friends of Miss Katie Flavel here,
states that she has lately sung very ac
ceptahly at several social and charitable
events Jn the gay Frerich capital.
Gateway Rebekah Lodge gaVe an after
noon and ..evening social on Friday of
last week, at the residence of J. R. Clin
ton. Miss Nan Reed captured the prize
gHen for the best gueeser In the his
torical contest. -
On Tuesday evening, March 13, there
was a 'happy gatherlng"at the residence
of Sheriff Kelly, when Miss Evio Hepp
n"er, .daughter of Mrs. Kelly, became tho
wife' of Mr. W. J. Gilbert. Rev. Mr.
Polling- performed the ceremony. The
wedding- was private, there being present
only members, of the family. The bride is
an accomplished and most exemplary
young woman, and Mr. Gilbert U a
worthy young- man, employed for a num
ber of years past by Olds & King, of
Portland. The newly wedded couple will
take up their residence v In that city,
where they will be at home to their
friends at 29 East Fourteenth street
Miss Cella Goldsmith returned Sunday
from a three weeks' visit to .relatives In
Mr. md Mrs. William Barlow and
granddaughter, Miss Vera Tull, have re
turned to their home at Barlow, after
an extended visit to Stockton, Cal.
Miss J. Utter and .Samuel Roake were
married, at the home of the latter, last
Sunday. Rev A. J. 'Montgomery, was tha
Officiating clergyman. Only lmmedlato
relatives were present
Mr. and Mrs. Anson Rogers and son, Al
bion, .of Portland, visited Mrs. G. O.
Rogers last week.
C. M. Keep", founder of the Bank of
Forest Grove, Is visiting In this city.
Married, at Forest Grove last Wednes
day, by Rev. J. M. Hunter, at the resi
dence of Mrs. La Course, two brothers,
Charles and Gus Hartrampf, to Miss Zoa
Glltner andMIss Ivy La Course, respec
tively. Their future home will be In this
C. TV. Hess and family left this week
for Myrtle Point where they will reside.
Looney Unthank has gone to Alameda
to reside with his uncle, Captain F. M.
Mrs. Levi Winkler has returned from
Los Angeles. Cal., where she has spent
Mrs. C. L. Hadley, accompanied by her
son, Charles Morton, has returned, -" r
several months' residence In Portlu.id.
Mrs. D. McCarthy left Thursday for a
fortnight's stay In Ashland.
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Jester and Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Jennings, are !n San Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Booth, of Roseburg,
visited friends In Grant's Pass last -reek.
Judge W. B. Gilbert. Miss Katherine
Gilbert and Miss Lilian Dosch have re
turned from San Francisco, after on ab
sence of six weeks.
Hon. L. A. Rood is vlsltlne with rela
tives In Missouri.
Mrs. R. E. Bryan and daughter, Miss
Adeline, of Portland, are In the city this
week, the guests of Mrs. S. B. Huston.
Hon. G. TV. Patterson has returned from
Juneau. Alaska, where he has been for
three months In the Interests of the De
partment of the Interior.
Mrs. S. L Gulss and 'children visited
the former's sister, Mrs. H. Cleveland, of
Chemawa, last week.
R. T. Gulss, of Portland, spent a few
days la3t week with hIsTuirents, Dr. and
Mrs. L. W. Gulss, of this citj
NORTH OF -THE COLUMBIA.
Various Events of the Week In the
State of Washington.
Miss Ethel Flick has returned from a
visit to North Dakota.
Sheriff J. L. IMarsh and wife visited
friends In Seattle last weeK.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Eulerklne havo re
turned from a visit to Kansas.
James Tarrell, of Hlgby, Mo., was a
guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Blurock.
Morlce J. Hidden has returned from an
extended trip to Eastern Washington and
Mrs. Thomas Darcy, of Seattle, was a
guest of Mr. and Mrs. ircAnany during
Miss Hattlo Braddock. of San Fran
cisco, was a guest of Miss Katie Huth
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Blurock entertained'
the Vancouver HIgh-Flvo Club on Thurs
A very enjoyable and well-attended "so
cial" was given at Odd Fellows Hall on
Mr. and Mrs. Jason Grable and MIns
Bessie Colllngs, of Uwaco, are visiting
Mr. and Mra A. Colllngs, at Fourth Plain.
Mrs. L. M. Hidden delightfully enter
tained a number of guests at an "after
noon tea" at her home on Thirteenth and
Main streets, last SaturdayA &
The amateur minstrel performance, for
which the "Highbinders" Organization has
b&en refcearslnff for some weeks, la an-
the East, having purchased anfrm-
ft prices. To make ro
Here are sample prices:
Hardwood Dining- Chairs.. 75c each
Oak Cobbler Rockers S2.25 each
Combination Book Cases. ..514 each
Six-foot Extension Tables.. $4 each
Eclipse Steel Range. IS-lnch oven,
6 holes and high closet.
No. 7 Cook Stove 57.50
No. 8 Cook Stove 5S.50
nounced to occur next Wednesday even
ing, at the Standard Theater.
J. M. Eubanks has returned from Rati
Mrs. H. G. Nash has returned from a
visit to relatives in Tacoma.
Mrs. T. R. Williams Is in Everett, on a
visit to her daughter, Mrs. MeKinme.
Frank Casaday, of this city, and Mlm
Etta Crable, of Cosmopolls, were married
in that city recently. They will reside
there In future,
Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Wilton returned this
week to Portland, after a visit of ssveral
weeks to Mr. Wilson's- parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Wilson. In Centralla.
Love Is Blind.
"I saw jou -with another.
And jou were happy, too;
You looked up at him fondly.
And he looked down at you!
Your laugh was like a. dagger
That pierced ihe through and through
I aaw jou with another.
And jou were happy, tool"
"You saw me with another.
And I teemed cay, 'tis true;
But I cared nothing for hlra.
You" sUly creature, you!
And we were merely laughing
At queer thlnga people do
You saw me with another.
And I seemed gaj-, 'tis truet"
"So j-ou were merely laughing;
At queer things people dot
JJut I was in a corner.
Near bj. when he and ytu
"Were sitting- on the stairway.
And. oh, 1 heard jou, too!
So jou were merely laughing
At queer thlnga people do!"
" 'Twas merelj that I wagered
I'd make a gocse ot you.
He told me that I couldn't.
But now jou see I knew!
At last I'm sure j-ou love me.
And I'm ea happj", too!
'Twas merely that I wacered
I'd make a goose of jou!"
He threw his arms around her.
And he forgae her, too; -' " .
He trought the thing she told him '
So candidly was true
Poor fool. If he had known what
The other fellow knew'
He threw hla arm around her,
S, G. Kiser. In Chicago Times-Herald.
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