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THE SUNDAY OREGrOiNlAN, PORTLAND, JUNE 14, 1903.
The past week has been well filled with
pleasant social affairs, Including many
charming weddings, receptions, boating
parties and commencement exercises. An
Interesting reception was given on Monday
evening, at the First Presbyterian Church
In honor of Miss Josephine Petrle, secre
tary of the Young People's department of
the "Woman's Presbyterian Board of Mis
sions, and another Important church event
was the reception given at Taylor-Street
Methodist Church, on Friday night, in
nonor of the Taylor-Street choir. Miss
Clara Teal entertained Informally on Wed
nesday afternoon, at her home on Everett
street. In honor of Mrs. George S. Brooke,
of Spokane. A dainty luncheon was given
by Mrs. Orville C Pratt, at the Hobart
Curtls, on Thursday, In honor of Miss
Katherlne Sltton. Another delightful af
fair given in honor of Miss Sitton was
the dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Eklnner, at the Gullliaume.
T.he marriage, in Seattle, of Maurice
Caldwell Cheal, of this city, and Miss
Margaret Cardin, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Edmund Cardin, was one of the most
elaborate weddings of the season. The
groom's father, Rev. James Cheal, of
Port Angeles, performed the ceremony at
St. Mark's Church, assisted by Rev. J. P.
D. Llywd. The church was simply but
very beautifully decorated with palms,
white carnations and narcissus. The bride
wore white crepe de chine and duchesse
lace, and carried a bouquet of white sweet
peas. Miss Ethel Cardin, as maid of honor,
wore white net over pink silk, and carried
white carnations. Miss Agnes Cardin, Miss
May Cardin, Miss Clarice and Miss Nellie
Cardin, of Tacoma; Miss McGrath and
Miss Relfe, were the bridesmaids. They
ell wore dainty pink gowns, trimmed with
tiny chiffon roses. Marjorie Fiske and
Sidney Hawley were the cushion-bearers.
Mr. Cheal's best man was H. Tronson, of
this city, and the ushers were Richard
Cardin and Edmund Cardin, of Tacoma,
and Lewis "Woodward, H. Ingle, Arnold
Rothwell, Harry "Walters and Sylvester
Harrington were the ushers. After the
wedding reception Mr. and Mrs. Cheal left
lor "Victoria for a brief visit, after which
they will be at home In Portland at the
The "Woman's Alliance of the Unitarian
Church gave a charming reception In the
church parlors on Thursday from 3 until
I, in honor of Miss Easton, of San Fran
cisco. Miss Easton has been prominent
In Unitarian work on the Coast lor a
number of years, and is the first vice-
president of the National Unitarian Alli
ance. The reception decorations were of the
most splendid of La France roses and
were exquisitely arranged. The table
where Mrs. H. C. "Wortman and Mrs.
George Schaulk served ices and cake had
a long low centerpiece of roses and the
tea table, over which Mrs. W. P. Olds
presided had as- a centerpiece a big cut
glass bowl of roses. Assisting In serving
the guests wos a group of girls in pretty
white gowns. They were Miss Alta Smith,
Miss Gladys Pllkington. Miss Geraldlne
Aitken. Miss Ada McCown and Miss Mor
ton. Miss Easton wore a handsome gown
of black silk. Mrs. George Croswell Cres
eey wore a becoming gown of white moire
and Mrs. G. G. Gammans and Miss TV.
Wynn Johnson, who received with Mrs.
Cressey and the guest of honor, each
wore very pretty costumes. Mrs. Gam
mans wore black grenadine, . brocaded
with pink roses, and Mrs. Johnson wore
a dainty dress of pink and white organdy.
Mrs. "Wortman wore a pretty combination
of black and white, and Mrs. Olds wore
a becoming costume of blue silk. Mrs.
fichaulk wore a dainty gown of white
Mrs. Herbert Hoyt's charming house
boat 'La Siesta," which is moored on the
cast side of Ross Island, is a delightful
rendezvous for her friends, who consider
the hospitable craft a most Ideal place
to spend a Summer day. On Friday Mrs.
Hoyt entertained Mrs. TVill Northup, Miss
Grace Nicholson. Miss Agnes Hill and
Miss Beatrice Hill at luncheon on the
houseboat, and afterward the guests en
Joyed themselves with taking kodak pic
tures and with mandolin and guitar.
EVEXTS OP THE "WEEK.
The members of the Tuesday Afternoon
Club observed club day on Saturday af
ternoon by preaching a dramatized cut
ting from Tennyson's "The Princess."
The entertainment, which wsa one of the
prettiest of the year In club circles, was
given at the home of Mrs. James Muckle,
at No. 62 Ella street
The rooms were lavishly decorated with
roses, ferns and purplo clematis, red
roses being used in the reception hall and
back parlor. The club colors violet and
, whlte-jwere displayed In the dining-room
In bowls of clematis and baskets of white
'roses placed in ever nook and corner.
The first number of the programme was
a contralto solo by Miss Webb. "The
Princess' was given by 18 of the club
members, who had given a great deal of
time and thought to the study of the
play, nndcr the direction of Miss Ethel
Webb and Mrs. Merwln Pugh, the club
president. The costuming was extremely
pretty, and the grouping and tablcux
were particularly pleasing. The action
was sprightly and the parts were well
The violet song In the last act was given
by Miss Webb, whose voice Is always
heard with pleasure. The bugle song by
the pupils was also very pleasing.
The cast Is as follows:
Princess Ida. ............ ..Mrs. Mrrrtn Pugb
Lady Psrche Mrs. E. E. Miller
LaOy Blanch Kir. "VVm. KneelanJ
Mellesa Miss Cars. Mastlck
Violet.... .........Mrs. James Mcckle
The Prince Mrs. G. M. Glincs.
Florian Miss Lillian Fay
Cyril Mrs. II. T. Clark
Gama.... ......... ..........Mrs. J. D. Young
Ipse ".....Mrs. Ella Steel
Pupils Elunt club members
Miss Cora Mastlck, from the High
bcnooi cast, kindly substituted for Mrs.
Tabler as Melissa. Miss Nelly Kennedy
was the accompanist, and Mrs. O. P. M.
Jamison had charge of the chorus sing
ing. Refreshments were served at the close
of the afternoon.
The members of the official board of
Taylor-street Methodist Church gave an
elaborate supper in the church parlors on
Friday evening, in honor of the church
The guests besides the choir were the
members of the board and their wives, the
bb embers of the Pastors' Aid Society and
tfeeir hu-SB&ndB. Roses wcro used In, pro
fusion In the decorations, which were
very pretty. Mrs. Burnett, president of
the Social Union, presided as hostess at
the supper, at which there were interest
ing speeches by TV. Y. Masters. Nathaniel
Connell, Judge Caples, F. A. Jones. TV.. H.
Behorrell. Mr. Pagett and Ir. Talbott
Mr. McDanlel made a graceful speech
presenting Mr. Boyer, leader of the choir,
with, a beautiful silver berry spoon, en
graved with a picture of Taylor-street
Church. The souvenir Is the gift of the
official board. The guests of lionor were
Mrs. TV. H. Boyer, Miss Eulah Ben
nett, Miss Grace Campbell, Miss Idella
Marks, Miss Marion TVintldr, Miss Nettle
Greer, Miss Bollroan, Mrs. McKenna, Mrs.
Bushong. Miss Hazel Paulus, Mrs. War
ren E. Thomas, Miss Esther Vuillemler,
Miss Beulah Cadwell, Miss Ella Buddo
mer, James McKinnon. F. M. Grant, W.
R. Kaser, Charles Cutter, Stuart McGuIre,
Bert Farrcil. M. A. Barker, C. M. God
frey, Fred Pierce.
Mrs. George Lawrence, Jr., entertained
at whist on "Wednesday at her home on
Flanders street. La France and Caroline
Testout rosebuds and marguerites were.
arranged in the library and hall, and the
dining-room was beautifully decorated
WEDDED ON WEDNESDAY
MR, AJfD MRS. IL
with Jacqueminot and Liberty roses. Miss
Marion Stackpole won the first prize and
Mrs. George Bates the consolation.
Mrs. Lawrence's guests were: Mrs.
Warren E. Thomas, Mrs. C. R. Temple
ton, Mrs. Blair T. Scott, Mrs. Frank B.
Riley. Mrs. Herbert Hoyt, Mrs. W. H.
Grlndstaff. Mrs. W. C. Lawrence, Mrs. W.
H. Wallace, Mrs. Oscar Huber. Mrs. H.
H. Northup, Mrs. Edward Manning, Mrs.
Otto Breyman. Mrs. James Thompson,
Mrs. William Wood, Mrs. R. F. Prael,
Mrs. William Harder, Mrs. H. E. Cole
man, Mrs. H. M. Carlock, Mrs. P. J.
Mann, Mrs. George Bates, Mrs. F.
Nitchy, Mrs. Frank Watkins, Mrs. T. B.
Foster, Mrs. Benjamin Trenkman, Mrs.
George D. Schalk, Mrs. C. Lewis Mead,
Miss Lambert, Miss Mabel Lawrence,
Miss Illldge. Miss Wallace.. Miss McCul-
lom, Miss; Rummell, Miss Emma Elagen.
Thursday, June 11, from 4 to S P. M.,
Mrs. C. E. Campbell, residing at 500 East
Couch street, entertained, the event being
In celebration of her paper wedding anniversary-
A bower of daintiness were
the apartments, pink and white, the pre
vailing tones. Festoons and streamers of
crepe paper, together with masses of
roses, wero the deobratlons. A pretty
feature of the later afternoon was the
renewal of the marriage vows, followed
by hearty congratulations. Mrs. Camp
bell looked delightful in a handsome
gown, and proved herself a most charm
ing hostess. The daintiest refreshments
were served. Including the proverbial
hriflp's railfe." Fnllowlne were the cupfstsi
Messrs. and Mesdames J. C Werschkul, i
Rev. William E. Randall, Dr. J. H. Kess
ler. Mrs. L. C Simpson: Misses Florence
Hepp, Emma Finn, Mac B. Randall;
Messrs. Oscar L. Vose, James W. Parsons
and Master Lloyd Campbell.
A pleasant party was given Friday even
ing, Juno 12, at the home of Miss Edyth
Buchholz, 5S5 East Everett street, for
the pleasure of the June graduating class
of the Central School. After an enjoya
ble evening spent in various amusements
the party proceeded to tho dining-room,
where a delicious repast was served. At a
late hour the party dispersed. Those
present were as follows: Miss Lulu Case,
Miss Irma Yeaton, Miss Beulah Bruce,
Miss Gertrude Donahoe, Miss Ada White,
Miss Blanche Qulne, Miss Edyth Buch
holz, Miss Ida Lucy. Miss May Murphy,
Miss Gertrude Graham, Miss Mary Myer
and Miss Laura Haverdajc; Dwlght Mil
ler. Eddie Pape. John Shroder, Albert
Kelman, Allen Burdlck, Kenneth Goodale,
Ray Watkinp, Martin Higley. Ben Symp
son, George Newell and Otto Wyss.
A jolly crowd of SO enjoyed the pleasure
of a launching party up the Willamette
on the launch Imperial last Tuesday oven
Ing. guests of Messrs. Byron Hart. Will
Davis and Harry Lancaster. After a de
lightful trip up the river a stop was
made at Mllwaukie Park, where refresh
ments were served, those present being
Misses Martha Sprenger, Grace Baldwin,
Almc Churchlcy, Jennie Hansen, Ger
trude Wetzler. Ruth Lobner. Miss O'Don
neU, Miss Sundt. Miss Bradley, Miss Win
ters, Miss Shaw, Miss Thyne and the
Misses Schacht. Messrs. Ed DcKeater,
.Roy Wennerberg, Walter Gadsby. Will
iam Sandercock, Frank Smith. Charles
Bradley, James O'DonnelU Louis Thomp
son. Alfred Kerrigan, Bob Garretson, Sim
An open-air meeting of the Multnomah
Alliance. No. 4, was held Tuesday even
ing at the home of J. E. Burke. Eigh
teenth and East Pine streets. Chinese
lanterns glowed among the branches of
-tho trees, producing a charming effect, 1
and an orchestra added sweet music to I
the scene. Stirring addresses were made '
by L H. Amos. B. Lee Paget and Rev. J. !
F. - Ghormley. Several recitations and j
musical numbers followed, which .were j
welL received by the. largo audience pres. j
Mrs. J. W. Hill entertained very in-'
formally on Tuesday afternoon at the ,
Hill Military Academy in honor of Dr. '
Hill's sister. Mrs. George S. Brooke," of
Spokane. The guests were all old friends ;
of Mrs. Brooke, and they .spent the after- i
noon very delightfully together. The i
drawing-rooms were beautifully decorat- 1
ed with Caroline Testout, La Marque ana '
Jacqueminot roses. Delicious Ices were
served and Miss Helen MacEwan served
Mrs. jC R. Donohoe and Sirs. George S,
Bell entertained last week with a delight
ful luncheon and "high five" party. The
luncheon table, which was spread In Mrs.
Bell's pretty dining-room, hid decora
tions of green and -white and dainty hand
painted name cards. After luncheon the
-guests went over to Mrs. Donohoe's and
played high five, the honors being award
ed to Miss Knapp, Mrs. Manning and
Mrs. Glafke. Mrs. E. E. Coovert assisted
delightfully in entertaining by singing.
Mrs. J. K. Locke gave a delightful
whist party on Wednesday afternoon at
her home on East Madison street. The
house was decorated with exquisite La
France, Caroline Testout and Glolre de
Lyonnalse roses. The first prize, a cut
glass bon bon. dish, was won by Mrs. J.
B. TVerleln, and the second, ' a dainty
china plate, was awarded to Mrs. E. G.
Fruit punch was served all afternoon,
and other refreshments were served later
at tete-a-tete tables.
One of the most brilliant social events,
of the season was a farewell reception
given on Wednesday afternoon June 10,
by the ladles of the Fortnightly Club to
their ex-president. Mrs. Laura A. Brad
ley, at the home of the president, Mrs.
C. S. Williams. Mrs. Bradley will soon
leave for Portland, where she expects to
make her home.
" Miss Buckenmeyer's shirtwaist party at
Parsons Hall on Monday night was one
of the most delightful of the series, and
was largely attended.
A "dolley shower" In honor of Miss
Mantle Annand was given by Miss Ethel
Grenfell Saturday afternoon at her home
MORNING AT CATHEDRAL.
on Caruthers street. Music and games
made the afternoon pass very pleasantly.
A dainty luncheon was. served In the dining-room,
which was prettily decorated
with pink carnations.
The Cavaliers gave their closing dance,
a very largely attended and pleasant af
fair, on Friday night at Parsons Hall.
Over the orchestra in tiny electric lights
of red. white and blue were the words
"Ye Cavaliers," against an effective back
ground of cedar. Throughout the even
ing Ices and punch were served. The
patronesses were Mrs. E. E. Lytle, Mrs.
J. R. Bean and Mrs. Frank Rlgler.
Mrs. Nina Larowe gave her closing
dancing party Tuesday night at Larowe
Hall. The past season has heen a highly
successful one, and all have been well
pleased with the entertainments.
The mirrlage of Miss Gladys L.
Scherer to Mr. Kenneth Evans occrrred
Wednesday afternoon. June 13, nt tin
home of the bride's parents, "The Or
chard," south of Mount Tabor. The cere
many was performed "by Rev. Mr. Staub.
of the Sunnyslde Congregational Church,
out on the lawn, under wide-spreading
cherry trees, hung with gay lanterns. The
THE I.OCKWOOD-MITCHELL NUPTIALS
Mr. nnd Mrs. John P. Loclovood.
A very pretty weeding took place la the
First Baptist Chu-ch "Wednesday evening at
0 o'clock. Miss Elsie Helen Mitchell was
married to John Pftirl Lockwood. both of Port
land. Dr. Alsxiodor Blackburn oOldatlng. The
church was mid with friend and relatives
of the bride and groom. Palms and beautiful
bloMomlr.sr shrub completely embowered the
chancel, anl heavy ropes of flawerlns garlands
lined the central al-.le. At precisely S o'cloc
the strains of the Loaencrra "Wcddlni: March"
pealed forth from the magnificent organ. Will
iam M. Wilder acting as organist. The ushers
were: Mr. F. E. Bowen. Mr. A. a Bancroft,
Mr. A. H. Lovelace and Mr. J. R. Crouse.
Msj Hallle B. Mitchell and M!fs Mao- A.
Mlt.-ihell acted as bride-maids, and "Miss Clara
Luclle Gay was maid of honor. Master Lee
S. Wright waa rlnsbearer. Lucile Dudley and
Besrle Boyer marched as flower girls. The
bride was given away by her father. Mr. A.
Mitchell, and the bride's brother, Mr. J, U
Mitchell, acted as best man. At the glvlnff
of the rlni; De Koven's "O. Promise Me" was
rung with beautiful effect by Mrs. Margarette
Gillette, accompanied by Mr. "Wilder on the
organ, who also played Mendelssohn's "Im
mortal March" at the dose. After the cere
mony a wedtflW supper was given at the
house of the bride' father. TOT Irvine street.
their friends after June 23, at their .home, M
bride, a petite Drunnette, was beautiful
In her gown of Ivory wool crepe, nearly
covered with rare old Ivory lace belonging
to her mother's trousseae. She carried
an arm bouquet of Marecha! Nell rose.
The bride was preceded by two little
maids la white, Misses Helen and Aloulse
Bradley, who scattered rose petals from
rustic baskets. Miss Vivian Cooler, as
bridesmaid, wore a charming costume of
cream white and carried Duchess roses.
After an informal reception the guests
were seated at the rose-decorated tables
and were served lecs. delicious Oregon
strawberries, etc. A bountiful supply ot
wedding cake, tied up In dainty white
parcel?, was dlstrlbuted-among the guests.
For the young ladles there were favors of
tiny spoons tied with white ribbons. Many
of the guests brought cameras, and after
much merry chattering, various groups
and views were taken.
The groom 13 a son of Mr. and Mrs.
John B. Evans formerly of Omaha. Both
father and son are' well known in Eastern
railroad circles, and are at present with
ths Oregon Short Line, at Salt Lake City.
The bride Is the only daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. C TV. Scherer, and has spent ten
years of her life In Portland. She 13 a
granddaughter of the late Henry- C Ben
nett, one of the pioneer journalists of the
Pacific Coast an old-time editor of the
San Francisco Chronicle. Sacramento Record-Union,
Virginia City and Carson City,
Nev and Denver, Colo., newspapers. Her
mother, before coming to Portland. was
special writer on San Francisco dallies,
and of late years Is better known under
a masculine nom de plume as a writer of
graphic Western stories. Many beautiful
and valuable gifts, coming from New
York, San Francisco, "Los Angeles, St.
Louis, Omaha, Idaho, Oregon and Utah
attest the kindly feeling and high esteem
in which the young people and their par
ents are held. After a short trip, Mr, and
Mrs. Evans will be at home at 416 East
First South street. Salt Lake City, Utah.
A pretty wedding took place at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. James Gregory, In East
Medford, Wednesday, when their youngest
daughter. Miss Tamar, was united In mar
riage to Mr. Peter Marlon Kersha. At 1
o'clock the bride and groom entered tho
parlor to the strains of Mendelssohn's
"Wedding March," played by Mrs. E. E.
Gore. A bower of white roses had been
arranged, under which the couple stood,
while Rev. Mr. Shields, of the Presbyte
rian Church, performed the ceremony. The
bride was elegantly attired In a dress of
white organdie and all-over lace, and car
ried a bouquet of white roses. The rooms
were beautifully decorated with roses,
white predominating In .the parlor, pink
In the dining-room and red In the halL
After the ceremony all repaired to the dining-room,
where a luncheon had been pre
pared. Many beautiful presents were re
ceived. The bride is one of Medford's
most charming young ladies, and the
I groom is a gentleman of excellent quali
ties. Mr. and Mrs. Kershaw will leave In
a few days for various parts of Califor
nia, where they will make their future
home. Only relatives and Immediate
friends were present.
Dr. Charles A. Macrum. of this city.
was1 married In Eugene, on June 10, to
Miss Stella Pitt Dorris, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. George B. Dorris. The wedding
took place at 9 o'clock In the morning, at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dorris. The
house was a picture of bridal daintiness
and beauty, with lavish decorations of
white roses and green foliage. Rev. D,
E. Loveridge performed the beautiful Epis
copal marriage service, standing In a rose-
carpeted bower In a corner of the parlor.
The bride's father gave her away "and her
matron of honor and bridesmaid were
Mrs. Emma Dorris Thompson and Miss
Carrie Friendly. B. B. Beekman, of Port
land, was best man.
The bride wore a beautiful white gown
and carried bride roses. The house- was
decorated throughout with roses. In the
dining-room La France roses and rhodo
dendrons Were arranged with charming
No announcement cards were sent, and
at the wedding only very Intimate friends
Dr. and Mrs. Macrum are making a tour
of the Sound cities, and on their return
will be at home at the Hotel Portland,
after June 2a.
On Wednesday evening, at the. Church
of tho Redeemer, Pendleton, Qr., Miss Ma
bel Nye, youngest daughter ot Mr. and
Mrs. A. TV. Nye, was married to Mr.
Lachlan Macleay, Rev. W. E. Potwine
officiating. The church was very prettlly
decorated. and before tha hour appointed
for the ceremony the edifice was crowded
by friends. As the "wedding party reached
the church Miss Jessie Hartman struck
up the wedding march. The two ushers,
E. P. Dodd and Fred Lampkin. proceeded
up the aisle, followed by the maid of
honor. Miss Eva Swltzler, and the brides
maids. Miss Edna Thompson and Miss
Nelle Cameron. Then came the bride on
the arm. of her father. In the meantime.
the bridegroom and best man. Mr. Clarke,
bad reached the altar and stood ready to
receive the bride at the altar steps. The
ring service of the Episcopal Church was
read. The bride wore white organdie en
train, with veil and orange blossoms, and
carried a large bouquet of bride roses,
Mr. and Mrs. Lftckwoo will be at bene te
"THF INUPY TO THF HOWF5 Has it had its touch of Spring to vie with the beauty of your
lliL lilULA IU IilL liUtliL law? Yourvisitor's first impression of your home is gained in
your hallway. May we suggest that we have some really excellent furniture that would grace and embel
lish any hall? This week, all the week, we apply SPECIAL RED.UCED PRICES to everything in our
house in the way of Hall Furniture.
A HALL TREE
Like this central one. of finest quartered
oak, rubbed and polished, of extra gen
erous size, with French plate mirror,
heavy bronze hooks, umbrella COQ Off
holder and drip pan. special v4jZj
Another style ....$31.50
Tet another ...... 24.30
One down to 16.30
And lower yet.... 10.SO
All special reduced
prices good for the
In solid oak; elegant
in design, more
pleasing In effect In
some halls than a
tall tree; we quote
special at 122.50
Another one at...51S.90
And others somewhat
If your choice so elects and
others in wealth of variety
in finest solid polished oak
No shams should ever
find lodgment in a hallway,
but ever the best foot
should be put foremost.
Our special prices will bring
them down to
The maid of honor and bridesmaids wore
blue, with large picture hats. Immediate
ly after the ceremony a reception was
held at the Nye home oh Water street, and
the young couple left on the night tram
for their home In Tacoma.
"Wednesday evening, at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George B.
Dorris, In Eugene, Dr. Charles Albert
Macrum, of Portland, and Miss Stella Pitt
Dorris, were married in the presence of
a large number ot friends. The ceremony
was performed by P.ev. D. E. Loveridge,
ot St. Mary's Episcopal Church. The
house was elaborately decorated with the
choicest foliage of the season. Promptly
at the appointed hour the parties took
their position under a beautiful bower and
on a rug of white roses. The bride was
attended by Miss Carrie Friendly as
bridesmaid and Miss Emma Thompson as
matron or honor. The groom was attend
ed by Mr. B. B. Beekman of Portland.
Mrs. Charles McICary, of Salem, presided
at the piano. After the ceremony an elab
orate wedding dinner was served In the
dining room. Besides many friends and
relatives in the city, the followlngests
from other points were present: Colo
nel Tucker, B. B. Beekman, Fred Da
vis. Misses Doris Clark and Hen
rietta Lauer. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bro-
naugh. of Portland; Mrs. Dr. Byrd and'
Mrs. Charles McNary, of Salem.
Percy M. Morse and Miss Margaret
Godfrey were married on Tuesday even
Ins, at the home of the bride's mother.
Rev? Dr. Edgar P. Hill performed the cere
mony. The decorations were of La France
and bride roses and marguerites. The
house was lighted, with very pretty effect,
with a great many candles. Miss Vlggers
played the wedding march and after the
ceremony sang, "O. Promise Me." Miss
Helen Godfrey, the bride's- sister, was
maid of honor, and Miss Grace Webster
was Bridesmaid. The groom was attended
by George Godfrey and Fred Godfrey.
The bride wore an exquisite gown of white
chiffon and carried marguerites. She wore
her mother's wedding veil, a treasured
heirloom of several generations. Mr. and
Mrs. Morse will be at home after July
10, at 331 TTeldler street.
At high noon Wednesday In Eugene the
wedding ceremony uniting Mr. Frank
Morrell and Miss La Verne Long as hus
band and wife was pronounced at the
home- of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Strond Long. Rev. J. S. McCallum
conducted the ceremony, which was at
tended by but a few Invited guests. Mr.
Morrell Is employed by the Great North
ern Railroad Compiny, with headquar
ters In Chicago, where the happy couplo
will reside. The bride Is one of Eugene's
popular young ladles, and leaves a host
of friends in that city. They left Wednes
day afternoon for Chicago. Intending to
stop at various points on the way.
Mr. I. D. Larimer, of Springfield, and"
Miss Edith Vincent, of Eugene, were mar
ried Wednesday evening at the; home of
the bride's brother. W. H. VtocenV
Charles F. Woodward, of the Presbyte
rian Church, officiating. The wedding was
a quiet one, only the InUmate friends and
relatives of the couple being present, but
was nevertheless one of much interest to
a large number of friends In the city,
who wish them all happiness in their
travels. Following the ceremony a. de
lightful wedding banquet was given. Mr.
and Mrs. Larimer wHl reside in Spring
The wedding of Miss Carrie E. White to
Dr. W. W. Walker, which occurred here
Wednesday night, was a select affair,
only a few Intimate friends and relatives
being present- Miss White, the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs' H. X. Whh. of thte city,
Uniquely pretty, graceful
shapes, finest piano polish
ed they brighten a corner
or a bit of wall surprisingly.
Special prices, $.11.70,
$9.45, $6.75, $4.45.
Of settee, arm chair, arm
rocker and smaller chair in
Mission designs. Massive
effects in oak there's noth
ing like oak for the hall
wood seats, leather seats,
reed seats. Special prices
Hall and Stair Carpets
ON SPECIAL SALE DURING THE WEEK
has been prominent In social and musical
affairs, while Dr. Walker Is a leading den
Ust. . The ceremony was performed at the
residence of the bride's parents. Rev. W.
G. Connell offlcltlng. 3Ir. and Mrs. Wal
ker left for San -Francisco on Wednesday
night's train. After visiting California
points of Interest Dr. and Mrs. Walker
will return to make their home In Grant's
McXamara-Ly n eh.
Among the week's weddings one of the
prettiest was the marriage of H. W. Mc
Namara to Miss Minnie Lynch. Father
McDevitt performed the marriage cere
mony. Mr. MUey was best man and Miss
Hattle Smithson was bridesmaid. The bride
wore a beautiful gown of point d'esprit
over white taffeta and carried bride roses.
An elaborate wedding reception was given
In honor of Mr. and Mrs. McNamara on
Wednesday evening at the homo of Mr.
and Mrs. A. D. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Mc
Namara will be at home after June 20 at
426 Twelfth etreet-
There was a very pretty wedding at the
home of the bride's mother near Holbrook,
Or., on June 12: The contracting parties
were B. E. Rees, of Walla Walla County,
Washington, a graduate nurse of the
Portland" Sajiltarlum, and Miss Dollle
Folkenberg, a member of the 1S03 class of
nurses of this same Institution. The
happy couple were joined in holy wedlock
by Elder F. M. Burg, of this city. After
a stay of. a few weeks at Walla JCValla,
Mr. and Mrs. Rees will sail for Japan,
where they will follow their profession.
Thursday evening, June 11, at the homo
of the bride's mother at McMInnvllle,
Mrs. Fanny Roberts, Miss Osa Roberts
and John R. Adams were united In mar
riage by President H. L. Boardman. Only
very near friends were present. Both are
very well known and exceedingly popular
A special line of the popular Pedestrian .
Skirts, made in the latest mixed materialsv
tin the season's best designsregular
Monday Only $3.65
A line of odds and ends in Shirtwaists,
remarkable values to close out
Monday Only 35c
Scientific Storage of Fur Garments SSTSTt
your fur garments away for the Summer. We have the latest fa
cilities for the care of Furs. Charges are most reasonable.
A hall convenience and quite neat
if of oak and nice design, as ours
are. Prices special i Off
at $4.10, $1.80 .4i0;j
In keeping with the
tree, of finely pol
ished oak, or in
pleasing contrast a
vase in art pottery,
glazed and decorated.
Oak stands. ..$2.70 $1.45
Pottery vases 3.90 2.70
young people of McMInnvllle. Miss Rob
erts has resided here from her childhood.
Mr. Adams Is the oldest son of the late
John F. Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Adams left
on the early train Friday morning for
their home In Adams.
rjnrt H TTnttnn siTirt "Miss Sndlp Acnea
J Foley were married on the morning of
Wednesday, June 3, at the cathedral, tho
ceremony being performed by the Rev.
Father Kennedy. The attendants were M.
A. Albln andithe bride's sister, Miss Ger
aldlne Foley. At the completion of the
ceremony the party drove to the bride's
former home, where a delightful wedding
breakfast was served. The young couple
have taken up their residence at 431 Sal
. Vail Martin.
A very pretty wedding was celebrated
at the home of the bride's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Martin, at South Mount
Tabor. June 8, at 8:30 P. M., when- Albert
Perry Vail and Miss Clara Martin wero
married. Rev. S. E. Memminger per
formed the ceremony. Thetorlde was very
prettily gowned In white, and the rooms
were decorated with roses. Many beauti
ful presents were received. After the cer
emony a "sumptuous supper was served.
Wednesday morning, at 11 o'clock, at tho
residence of the archblahop. Rev. F. Ken
nedy officiating. H. D. McDonald and Mls3
M. Beatrice Edwards, of Napavlne, Lewis
County. Wash., were married. After the
ceremony a wedding breakfast was served
at the residence of a sister of the groom,
Mrs. M. H. O'Connor, 475 Tillamook street.
Mr. and Mrs. McDonald will spend four
days at Long Beach before leaving for
their home. In Washington.
At Vancouver, Wash., Saturday. June 6,
In the pastor's study of the Presbyterian
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