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THE SUNDAY OBEGONIAN, PORTLAND, STTSB 21, 1903.
father. In the center of the room -where
the ceremony was performed they were
met by the groom and his best man. Mr. ,
Samuel J. Young, of Portland.
The very handsome crepe sown of the
"bride was trimmed In point lace.- She car- ;
rled a. wealth of brides' roses. Miss Berry
wore a beautiful gown of cream crepe de
chine, and carried Jack roses.
The mother of the bride wore a gown
of pala gray crepe and real lace.
After a dainty wedding supper, Mr.
and Mrs. Harrison left-for a trip to Cal
ifornia, which will terminate in Los An
geles, their future home.
The bride is well known In Portland
and San Francisco, where she Is very
popular in the younger society sets. The
young couple were the recipients of many
beautiful gifts and telegrams of congrat
A very pretty wedding took place "Wed
nesday evening, June 17, at St- Stephen's
Church, San Francisco, when Miss Mary
Luclle McBoyle and Frank Hazen Lewis,
of this city, were .married. The color
scheme was pink and white, and very ar
tistically carried out by the girl friends
of the bride. At 3:30 the bride entered on
the arm of her father. Miss A. Bells Mc
Boyle was maid of honor. Her gown was
of pink crepe effectively trimmed with
antique lace. The bridesmaids were. M.lss
Mabel Church and Miss Carolyn Hewson.
Their gowns were of soft white mull, and
in their hair they wore wreaths of pink
baby roses. They carried pink roses. A
very pretty feature was the little flower
girls, nieces of the bride. Misses Vera
and Maud Sloan, and Miss Dores Hutch
ins, of Honolulu. Their dresses were
white point de sprit over pink ellk. They
carried baskets of pink rose petals, which
were strewn along the path of the happy
couple. Dr. Homer L. Keeney, of this
city, acted as best man, and John A.
Balch and Dr. H. E. Alderson were
ushers. The bride's gown was white crepe
with duchess lace ,and pearl trimming.
She carried a shower bouquet of white
Canterbury "bells. The groom Is a popu
lar young business man of this city.
After the wedding a reception was held
at the home of the bride. They were the
recipients of many beautiful presents.
Town s e n d- Jo n e s.
A very pretty wedding took place at
the home of Mrs. Elizabeth E. Jones at
Independence at high noon June 17 when
her daughter Hattle was united in mar
riage to Mr. Corwln A. Townsend, of this
city. Rev. E. J. Thompson performed the
ceremony which was very impressive, and
was solemnized in the presence of the
immediate relatives and intimate friends
from Portland, Salem and Independence.
The bridal party entered, preceded by the
rlngbearer. Master Arraine Young, the
bride's nephew, while Miss May Kennedy
played Lohengrin's wedding march. The
bride was beautifully gowned in mode
crepe de chine over duchesse silk with
ecru applique trimming. She carried bride
roses. After congratulations an elabo
rate wedding breakfast was served. The
bridal party took the afternoon train to
Portland, where a dainty wedding dinner
was served at the home of the groom's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Townsend.
Many beautiful cut-glass and silver pres
ents betokened the esteem of friends.
Mr. and "Mrs. Townsend took the S:30
train for a trip through California. They
will be at home after July 5 at 434 Tenth
One of the prettiest weddings of the
season took place Thursday evening, June
18. at St. Mark's Episcopal Church, that of
Mrs. Emily Eatch's only daughter, Alice,
to Mr. Arthur Bostock, of Ellensburg,
"Wash. At half-past 8 o'clock the bridal
party marched up to the altar to the
strains of the "Lohengrin" wedding march
and they were met by the groom and the
best man. Mr. S. O'Donnel. The beautiful
and impressive ceremony of the Episcopal
Church was performed by the rector.
Rev. J. B. Simpson. The bride was given
away by Mr. Swindt She looked charm
ing In pale-blue etamlne, trimmed with
lace medallions and having a yoke of ap
plique over muslin de sole. The 'brides
maid. Miss Bollam, was winsome in a
dainty dress of tan over pink! She carried
pink carnations. After the services at
the church the many friends of the
young couple repaired to the home of the
bride's mother on Kearney street, where
a sumptuous repast was served. The
young folks were the recipients of many
costly and elegant gifts.
The wedding of Guy W. Wade and Miss
Elsie Folsom was solemnized on Wed
nesday evening, at the Church of the
Redeemer, in Pendleton. Rev. W. E. Pot
wine -officiated, assisted by Rev. Andreas
Baird. of Walla Walla. The bride wore
white crepe de chine over silk, and carried
a cluster of bride roses. She was attended
by her sister. Miss Georgia Folsom, who
wore a blue crepe gown. George A. Hart
man acted as best man and the ushers
were E. P. Dodd and J. T. Lamblrth. Im
mediately after the ceremony the friends
of the couple attended a reception at the
home of the groom's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. B. Wade. The young couple, who
have grown up in Pendleton, have a host
of friends hero who wish them a happy
and long life. They will be at home at the
new homo prepared by the groom on Lo
cust Hill, after July 1.
The wedding of Misa Mary Isabell Hoff
man and Napoleon Monroe was solemnized
last Wednesday afternoon, June 17, at 4
o'clock, at St. Lawrence Church, corner
Third and Sherman streets, the Rev.
Father J. C. Hughes officiating. The cer
emony was witnessed by a host of friends.
The bride was attired in a beautiful gown
of white batiste with cluny lace and rib
bons and carried a bouquet of bride roses.
Miss Ft ancles Welch was bridesmaid and
was daintily dressed in white Persian
lawn with Valenciennes. Mr. John G.
Hoffman acted as best man. After the
ceremony a bountiful dinner was served at
the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George Hoffman. Many beautiful
and costly presents were received. At S
P. M. the happy couple departed for the
City by the Sea.
At the home of the bride's mother, Mrs.
Harriett H. Hicks, on Wednesday even
ing, occurred the wedding of her daughter
Ethel Frances to Alfred S. Ogllbee.
Charles Stewart acted as best man, and
Bernlce, sister of the bride, was brides
maid. Mrs. Paul Ogllbee. played the wed.
ding march. The bride was attired in i
handBome crepe de chine dress and car
rled white carnations; the bridesmaid was
becomingly dressed in white and carried
pink carnations. The parlor was deco
rated in white and green and the dining.
room in pink and green. Only relatives
attended. After congratulations a wed
ding supper was served. Dr. Thompson,
of the Trinity Methodist Episcopal
Cnurch, periormea the ceremony.
Edward W. Walling, of this city, and
Iwatherine W. Hoffman, of Tigardvllle.
Or., were married on Wednesday June
17, at noon, at the homo of the bride's
parents near Tigardvllle. Rev. William
S. Gilbert officiating. Amelia N. Hoff
man was bridesmaid and Ernest D. HI to
was best man. The house was profusely
and tastefully decorated with ferns and
roses. After the service the guests were
Invited into the yard, where, under
booth of evergreens, a sumptuous dinner
was spread. Mr. ana Mrs. Walling will
spend a week at Long Beach, after which
they will return to their home In this
On Tuesday evening the ceremony unit
ing In marriage Miss Elva A. Hidden and
Mr. H. A. Boardroan. Jr., was solemnized
In the Hotel Columbia parlors at Van
couver, Wash.. Rev. W. C. Sheppard of
ficiating. Only immediate friends and the
relatives were present, the wedding being
a quiet one. Miss Hidden is one of Van
couver's most popular young ladies, and
Ir. Boardman Is secretary and manager
the Vancouver Water Works Com
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pany. Both bride and groom are popular
in social circles, and best wishes are ex
tended from a large circle of acquaint
Wednesday evening at Oregon City the
marriage of Miss Amy Catharine Kelly
and Mr. Eber Chapman was solemnized
in St. Paul's Episcopal Church, by the
rector. Rev. P. K. Hammond. Only the
families of the bride and groom were
present. The church was beautifully dec
orated by the King's Daughters, and a
handsome rood screen was made of white
roses and dentzia-
Mr. "and Mrs. Chapman left the same
evening for a short trip to British Co
lumbia, and will be at home to their
friends after July L
On June 16 Mr. E.. L. Braden and
Miss Mary Finnegan were-unlted In mar
riage at the residence of Rev. Father
Black. After the ceremony a wedding
breakfast was served at;. the hqme of the
bride's mother. Mrs. T. S. Finnegan, 171
Grand avenue. Only the Immediate rel
atives of " the contracting parties being
present- Mr. and Mrs. Braden left on the
3:30 o'clock tram for Victoria. They will
be at hqme to their friends after July 1,
at the Corklsh residence, 515 Morrison
In this city at the residence of Rev. and
Mrs. W. Q. Forbes. Tuesday morning,
June 16, Mr. El L. Shaffer and Mrs. Elsie
Mae Dolanwere united In marriage In the
presence of a few friends. Dr. Forbes of
ficiating. Both bride and groom are well
known and popular in the city. The
happy couple left immediately for Spo
kane and other Eastern Washington and
Idaho points to return about the 1st of
Robert B. Scott, nephew of Captain U.
B. Scott, of Seattle, was married in -this
city on Monday, June 15, to Miss Miflerva,
Allen, of Portsmouth, O. The ceremony
took place at 5 o'clock at the home- of Mr.
and Mrs. L. Carstensen at 243 Sheridan
street. Rev. Alexander Blackburn, D. D.,
pastor of the First Baptist Church, offi
ciating. Only immediate relatives and
friends were present. Mr. and Mrs. Scott
will live at Beaverton, Or.
William J. Cross and Mary Taylor were
married on Thursday, June IS, at noon
at the manse of Calvary Presbyterian
Church, Rev. William S. Gilbert offici
ating. Lab owit ch -Hurley.
Abram E. Labowltch and Miss Loleatfa
W. Hurley, both of this city, were mar
ried at Vancouver, Wash., June 2.
Mr. and Mrs. U. L. Higgins announce
the engagement of their daughter Har
rietfe to Mr. Henry Wood Hall, of this
city, the wedding to take place July 22.
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Hoopengarner an
nounce the engagement of their daugh
ter. Bertha, to Joseph M. Rieg, of Se
attle, the marriage to take place Juno 24.
The marriage of Mr. William Wolkam
and Misa Mamie A. Wilson will be solem
nized at 8 o'clock Sunday, June 21, at
the Unlversalist Church, East Eighth and
A meeting for the organization of a
Boys' Department of the Young Men's
Christian Association will be held In the
Armory of the Sunnyslde Boys' Brigade,
East Thirty-fifth and Yamhill streets, at 8
o'clock this evening. The Congregational,
Methodist and Friends' churches of Sun
nyslde will give up their services for the
purpose of attending this meeting. Mr.
W. O. NIsley, who has led the boys of
Sunnyslde for years, has arFanged with
General Secretary Stone of the Y. M. C.
A., to make a regular Boys' Branch of
his Brigade In order to enlarge the work.
A similar organization bas been made of
the Alblna Boys' Brigade, conducted by
M. N. Hamilton. Steps will be taken to
make some changes In the Sunnyslde Ar
mory and prepare for a broader work for
next year. The work for boys that Tnay
be carried on by a wide awake Young
Men's Christian Association will be out
lined by William J. Standley. M- M. Rlng
ler and Reld Hutchinson, of the local Y.
Ml C. A., and .by Mr. W. N. Masters,
chairman of the Boys' Work. Messrs. W.
O. NlBley. M. N. Hamilton. F. S. Mc-
Danlel and Newell will also have a part
In the meeting.
The Alumni Association of the Portland
High School is arranging for a trolley ride
to Canemah Park, Oregon City, on Thurs
day evening in honor of the June class.
There will be a train of three cars, each
gaily lighted with Japanese lanterns, and
the trip will be further enlivened with
singing with mandolin and guitar accom
paniment. About 200 young people are
The annual conference of the Protestant
Episcopal Church of the Diocese of Ore
gon will be held In Trinity Chapel on June
25. Most of the clergy of the state and
many laymen are expected to be present
During their stay in Portland they will be
entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C.
Newlll at Bishop Scott Academy.
The Woman's Club will give its annual
reception on Friday afternoon, June 26, In
the Selllng-Hlrsch building. All the fede
rated clubs of this city are invited, and
It is also -hoped that the delegates to the
Astoria convention will return In time to
Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Linn are visiting
Mrs. R. F. Pracl loft yesterday for a
short visit to Salem.
Mr. Lawrence Selling will arrive this
evening from New York.
Mrs. E. E. Williams has returned from
a brief visit In Oregon City.
MIps Fanny Barber, of Eugene, will
spend the Summer in Portland.
Miss Wertheimer, of San Francisco, Is
the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Benjamin
Dr. and Mrs. E. De Witt Connell at
tended the commencement exercises at
Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Gross, of Eugene,
are visiting at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Harris.
Miss Harrlette GIgray and Misa Gertrude
Harris leave Portland for Chicago and
New York on June 25.
Mrs. E. L. Rayburn and sons. Fay and
Frank, have gone to Bandon, Coos Bay,
to spend July and August.
Mrs. Fred D. Chamberlain and her
guest, Mrs. J. E. Coffman, of New York,
have returned from Seattle.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Berry will leave
during the week for their cottage,
"Beachmont," at Long Beach.
. Fred W. Sanford. of New York, once a
Portlander. spent a few days In the city,
visiting old friends, while on his way
Mrs. Yeates, wife of Judge J. Henry
Yeates. who has been- the guest of Dr.
and Mrs. Byron E. Miller for several
weeks, returned to her home in Port Gam
ble last Tuesday.
Mrs. A. L. Little Js visiting friends in
Seattle and will go from there to Fair
haven to attend the weddlns of her son,
R. J. Little, about July L
Mrs. H. H. Herdman, of Morrisonvllle,
I1L, Is visiting her son, Hugh Herdman,
at 263 Eleventh street. She will spend
the Summer in Portland.
Mrs. Fred D. Chamberlain and her
guest. Mrs. J. E. Coffman, of New York
City, have returned from a most enjoy
able trip to Tacoma and Seattle.
Mrs. W. L. Hetich, of Eugene, Or., ac
companied by her little daughters, Msr-
garet and Mildred, is In the city, the
guest of her mother, Mrs. Catherine Nor
ton. Mrs. A- C- Butler, of Grass Valley, left
yesterday for her home, accompanied by
her two sons, Harold and Connie, who
have been attending Bishop Scott Acad
emy. ttfrs. C. B. Wader, president of the State
Federation of Women's Clubs, arrived,
yesterday from Pendleton and will leave
tomorrow for Astoria to attend the Fed
Mrs. Walter J. Honeyman has been vis
iting In London recently and is now en
Joying a delightful visit among relatives
and friends In Scotland. She expects to
start home on July 23.
Mrs. J. R. Rochon and Miss Sue Eick
worth. who have" been spending a few
weeks' pleasant visit with the former's
mother, Mrs. L. Oborender, returned to
their homes t at Marshfleld, Or.
Mrs. Byron E. Miller, -who Is .a victim of
rose fever, has gone to the Sound for the
Summer, where she enjoys freedom from
the malady. She will spend the time in
Seattle,-Port Gamble and Port Townsend.
Colonel and Mrs. Robert Grant, who
have been guests at the Hoel Portland'
for several weeks, left yesterday' for their
home at Salt Lake City, accompanied by
their son. Cadet Everett Grant, of the
B. S. A,
Mrs. Robert 5mltbk of. 395 Grand avenue
North, is spending a month with friends'
in Southern California. The change -of
climate has been very beneficial to her
health, and- -her friends .hope -to see- her'
completely restored from her, recent ill
ness. , . - " .
Mrs. N. Mortensen entertained the mem
bers of her Sunday schooi class of the
First Presbyterian Church last Saturday
afternoon 'In honor of her little" daughter
Modesta's 7th birthday. The children
spent a moat delightful afternoon. Those-,
present were; Luclle Collette. Bertha LIrr,
Sherman Dana, Ruth Wlllette, Gladys
Macdonald, Cella Soper, Mary Oakes,.
Pauline Helntz, Christy Strahan, Carl A.b
endroth, B. Nellsen.
At the Women's Unions
Miss Sadie Goodman made us a flying
visit on Thursday.
Mrs. R. M. Cahill, of Vancouver, Wash.,
has come to reside for a month.
Miss M. J. Henkle. of Antelope, Or is
the latest name? on the- register. "
Mrs. M. Ashpy -was the guest of Miss
J. Plettenberg at lunch on Saturday.
Miss Adeline Bidders left for Albany on
Wednesday for a visit with relatives,
Mrs. M. Eaton, of Vancouver, Wash.,
has been one of this week's transients.
Miss Elsie Rueter left on Tuesday morn
ing for a week's visit to her home at For
Miss Josle Mammel, of Kansas City,
Mo., a former resident of the Union, is
here for a week.
Mis E. Dodson, of Indianapolis, Ind.
came on. Wednesday and Js. making her
home at the Union.
Mrs. Emma Reed, of Warrendale, who
has been here for the. past three weeks,
left for home Friday.
Mrs. G. O. Rogers and Miss S. L. Baker,
who have been in attendance at the Chris
tian Science convention, left for their
homes at Forest Grove yesterday morning.
For Society Ladles.
Opening of the Saxe Institute ot Der
matology. A beauty discussion. The
rare opportunity is offered" tp all ladies
who value advice on this most important
subject. You are cordially invited to call
and have a personal chat with me and
see living demonstrations of my art now
on exhibition at my parlors. 417 Ablng
ton building. Hours. 10 A. M. to 5 P. M.
Mme. Gertrude Saxe. Complexion Spe
cialist. IC S. Ervln fc Co. Ltd.,
Tailors and purveyors5 to the elite, are
reported to bo still caterings to their pa-t
trons and the public They sustained no
loss whatever in the -Are that damaged
the Chambers building last - Thursday
Large and choice collection of Navajo
Blankets. Indian Bead Belts and Chains.
Parlor C. Portland Hotel. Frohman
II. B. Lltt
Corner Fourth and Washington streets.
Miss Fisher, of Corvallls, Is vteltlng Mrs.
J. W. Walker.
Mrs. Calvin S. Hall, of Seattle, is the
guest of Mrs. Bruce C. Curry. ,
Mrs. Kate Athey, of Portland, has been
the guest of Mrs. J. W. Cole.
Mrs. Rose Howard and Mrs.- Bertha
Bancke are visiting in Eastern Oregon.
Company A, O. N. G"., gave-a delightful
smoker at the Armory Monday evening.
Hon. W. E. Grace, of Baker City, was
the guest of his brother, G. W. Grace, this
The Florodora Club will give a dancing
party at Canemah Park Friday evening.
Miss Betta Fouts, who on Thursday
wedded A. Brown Lamont, of Portland,
was on Monday evening given a linen
shower In honor of tha approaching
Mrs. Lizzie C. Howell, of this city, who
was recently elected state president of tho
Rebekah Assembly, was tendered a recep
Hon Monday evening by the members of
Willamette Rebekah Lodge No. 2.
Mr. Otis B. Tout and Miss Constanco
Handsaker were married Wednesday at
noon at the home of the bride's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Handsaker, of
Eugene. The ceremony was performed by
Rev. J. F. Tout, of Centralia, Wash.,
father of the groom. A wedding break
fast was served, after which the newly
married couple took the afternoon train
for California for a three weeks' wedding
The marriage of Mr. George L. Story
and Mrs. Bertha M. Gibson, both of Ore
gon City, was celebrated at the home or
the bride in the Falls City, Thursday
afternoon. June 18. Grant B. Dimlck,
Mayor of Oregon City, officiated. The
groom Is the Cljy Attorney for Oregon
City, and a well-known business man.
The bride is well known In Clackamas
County, and both are highly respected cit
izens of Oregon City.
Miss Ora Read and Mr. Almond W.
Hemenway were married last Sunday,
June 14, at the home of the bride's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Read, on Pleasant
Hill, Eugene. Rev. D. C. Kellems official
Ing. There were present a large number
of friends and relatrves of the parties.
and the wedding was an Interesting af
fair. The spacious porches about the
picturesque country home were decorated
with flowers, and the ceremony performed
in the open air. After the ceremony an
elaborate luncheon was served on the
lawn. Mr. Hemenway Js a young bus!
ness man of Cottage Grove, and Miss
Read has been a- teacher in the Eugene
schools, both being well known.
Mr. Alexander Bwwn Lamont. of Port
land, and Miss Elizabeth Fouts, of Oregon
City, were married at U o'clock Thursday
morning at the home of the bride's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore W. Fouts,
in the Falla City. It was one of the pret
tiest home weddings ever held in that
city and was a distinct social event of the
season. The Episcopal marriage eerv.
ice was pronounced by Rev. P. K. Ham
mond, rector of St. Paul's Church, of
Oregon City, in the presence of only the
relatives and the Immediate acquaintances
of the contracting parties. The bride, at
tired in a beautiful costume of white chif-
ron, was given away by "her uncle, Mr.
George Fuchst of Portland, and was at-
conventional black. Profusely decorated
with garlands of choice flowers was the
Fouts home in honor of the eyept. Roses;
Oregon grape, laurel and sweetbrier were
tastily arranged throughout the apart
ments, which were the scene of rare floral
beauty. The bride is a native" Oregon
City girl, where she has a host of friends
representing the associates of a lifetime.
Mr. and Mrs. Lamont departed Thursday
afternoon for the Sound country, and
after a brief honeymoon will take up their,
residence In Portland, where Mr. Lamont
Is connected with a large mercantile'
University of Oregon.
Commencement week was brought to a,
close on Thursday night. wben the alumni
ball was given in the Fourth Regimen
armory. The dance was the social affair
of the college year, and was attended by;
300 guests, among whom were many alum
ni, undergraduates, professors and guest
from other cities. The big drill hall was
beautifully, decorated with college colorar
and flags, the scene being one or beauty
and animation. McElroys orchestra
never played better, and" to the delightful
strains of popular music,, the dancers -dallied
until a. late. hour. Tna patronesses of,
the .affair were: Mrs. II. E. Ankeny, Mrs.
S. H. Friendly, and Mrs. Colin Mcintosh,
of Eugene; Mrs. J. E. Bronpugh and Mrs.
W. D. Fenton, of Portland. The commit
tee in charge of the ball consisted of W.
L. Whittlesey, 'PI; Etta. Eastland, 'SS; H.
L Watts. '03, and Ralph Fenton, '03'. Thej
function was. "unanimously declared to be;
QUEENS 'OF WESTER H
Miss Katherlnc Million, Ashland.
tended as bridesmaid by Mlas Clara War
ner of Oregon City, who was habited In
yellow chiffon. Miss Brown, of Portland,
played the wedding march. The groom
was supported by Mr. Robert Burnett, of
Portland, as best man, and both wore the
the most successful ever given at the
University of Oregon.
Among those present were:
Judge and Mrs. R. 6. Bean, of Salem;'
Judge and Mrs. J. W. Hamilton, of Rose-
burg; Dr. and Mrs. E. De Witt Connell,
of Portland; Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Linn,
of Portland; Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Friendly.
Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Hendricks, Professor
and Mrs. F. G. Young, Professor Edgar
E. De Cou, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Luckey, Mr.
and Mrs. David Linn, Mr. and Mrs. E. O.
Potter. Mr. and Mrs-. P. E. Snodgras3,
Mrs. William Branstettbr, Mr. and Mrs.
Georgo H. Smith, N Mr. and Mrs. G. R-.
Chrlsman, Dr. and Mrs. Clair Wlllough
by, Mrs. H. E. Ankeny, Mrs. J. E. Bro
naugh, of Portland; Mrs. Colin Mcintosh,
Mrs. W. D. Fenton. of Portland: Profess
or Luella Clay Carson, President P. L.
Campbell, Professor C. C. Rice, Professor
C. A. Burden, F, W. Mulkey, of Port
land; H. D. Angell. of The Dalles; Mrs.
J. S. Orth. of Jacksonville; the Misses
Ankeny, Hendricks, Friendly, Lauer,
Luckey, Bretherton, Holmes, Renshaw,
Cleaver, Thurston Eastland, Williams,
Templeton, Travis, Miller, Clarke, Dens
more, Marshall, Jones, Thompson, TVI1
klns, Melrath, Bickers, Wold. Bradley,
Seller, Taylor, Cundlff, Williams, Johnson,
Smith, Church. Hamilton, Smith, Hovey,
Messrs. Whittlesey Watts, Denamore, Mc-
Arthur, F. Templeton. J. Templeton,
Chandler, R, Fenton, H. Fenton, Eyre,
Murphy, Davis, Thayer, Church, Gllstrap,
Lister, Kuyke"hdall, Williams, Luckey,
Zlegler, C. Templeton, Washburn, Bacon,
Griffin, Klncald, Vincent, Carroll, Hamp
ton, Lewis Cleveland, Earl, Brown, Loen
gart, Coleman, Dearborn, Hardy, Thomp
son, Galloway, Goodrich, Eaton, Frlzzell,
Torallnson Gilbert, Tiffany, Scarbrough
Mrs. George H. George entertained a
few of her friends Friday afternoon.
Miss Reames, of Klamath Falls, spent
the week visiting Mrs. Clara Reames.
Mrs. Smith entertained a few of her
friends at Tho Stevens Wednesday after
noon. John Patton, of Salem, visited his
brother, Frank Patton, for a few days
Charles E. Cleveland, who is attending
the State University at Eugene, is home
for the vacation.
Mrs. Charles Belt, of Dallas, who has
been visiting Mrs. Oswald West, has re
turned to her home.
Mrs. George H. Burnett and Mrs. Bell,
of Salem, have returned to their home
after a few days' visit with Mrs. J. H. D.
Mrs. F. A. Fisher and Mrs. Jay Tuttle
entertained a large number of their
friends Thursday afternoon at the resi
dence of Mrs. Fisher, on Twelfth street
Mrs. Charles R. Higgins entertained a
large number of her friends with a mu
slcale Friday afternoon at her home on
Harrison avenue. The parlors were beau
tifully decorated with roses, and Mrs.
Hlirclns was assisted In entertaining by
Miss Laura Fox, Miss Grace Rannals,
Miss Katie Flavel. Miss Margaret Hig
gins, Mrs. Frank Spittle and Mrs. J. E.
At the regular meeting of the Woman's
Club on .Saturday afternoon the following
officers were elected to serve for one year:
Mrs. J. E. Gratke, president: Mrs. H. G.
Van Dusen, vice-president; Mrs. W. O.
Barns, recording eecretary; Misa Sue H.
Elmore, corresponding secretary; Mrs. A.
A. Finch, treasurer; Mrs. Samuel Elmore
and Mrs. F. D. Kuettner, directors. The
club ladles are making preparations to
entertain the State Federation of Women's
Clubs, which meets here about the 25th
of this month.
Mr. Otho L. Ragan has gone to Los
Angeles to spend the Summer.
Miss Lois Peebles, of Weston, .Is visit
ing friends in this city "during the Sum
mer. Miss Hallle Thomas has returned to her
home in Turner to spend the Summer va
cation. Mrs. E. B. McElroy, of Eugene, Is vis
iting her sister, Mrs. J. P. Fiizzell. of
Mr. Jacob Bernard!, of 8utter Crek,
CaL. is Visiting with Mrs. Rose Bernard!,
of this city.
Mrs. R. McKlechan, of Winnipeg, Is
visiting with her pirents, Mr.- and Mrs.
C. E. Roblin.
Miss Mary Walker, of Beaverton. vis
ited last Thursday with Misses Julia and
Cecil McCulloch, In this city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Enright of Hou.
toot Tex., are visiting la Sales. Mrs.
- i '
Enright was formerly Mrs. Olive S. Eng
land, of this city.
On Wednesday evening, at the residence
of the groom's parents, in this city, Miss
Pearl Sanders and Mr. Harry "W- Staf
ford were married by Rev. John Cole
man, president of Willamette University.
The groom Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. B.
J. Swafford, of this city, and was re
cently graduated from Willamette Uni
versity. The bride Is a daughter of Mrs.
I. N. Edwards, of North Powder, Union
County, Mr. and Mrs. Swafford will
visit a few days In Baker City and other
Eastern Oregon points, and then Mr.
Swafford will engage as a civil engineer
In the Cornucopia mines.
Mrs. Edmund Bryan, of Dallas, Is the
guest of Dr. and Mrs. Farra.
Mrs. H. H. Veatch and child, of Cot
tage Grove, are guests of Corvallls rela
tives. M1E3 Edna. Irvine left' Wednesday tor
Portland, to attend the Sltton-Brand wed
Mr. and Mrs. M.-M". Davis, left Friday
to spend their Summer vacation at New
port. Mrs. E. F. Pernpt gave an afternoon to
23 ladles at her' home on College . Hill,
Miss Gates was the guesl of honor at
an afternoon -given-at the home of Mrs.
John Smith, Wednesday1, afternoon. -
Mrs. Jennie Houghton Edmunds, of Se
attle. Jeft for her home Thursday, after
Miss Centenna Rotheraael,
a visit of a few days at the home of
President and Mrs. Gatch.
Misses Juliet and Louise Cooper enter
talned a number of young friends Thurs
day afternoon in honor of Mrs. Bryan.
At the home of the bride's father, W.
S. Linville, Thursday forenoon. W. L.
Patterson, of Baker City, and Miss Mil
dred Linville, of Corvallls, were united.
in marriage. The parlors were decorated
in English Ivy and bride's roses. The;
bridal couple, unattended, stood under a.
marriage bell of bride's roses, while Rev,
Mr. Humbert, of the Christian Church,
performed the ceremony. About 30 guests
were present at tho nuptials. After the;
ceremony there was a wedding break
fast followed by the. immediate depart
ure of Mr. and Mrs; Patterson for their
home at Baker City.
Miss Hazel Bickers Is the guest of
Misses Cora and Grace Wold.
W. T. Brown, from Alaska, is visiting
at the home of bis sister, Mrs. Dunbar.
Miss Minnie Robertson, of Fort Wran
gle, Alaska, is the guest of Miss Pauline
Hon. N. L. Butler and wife, of Dallas,
visited with President 'Campbell the past
Professor Dempster, who has been vis
iting Professor Shafer, left for South
Mr. and Mrs- L. B. Ludlow, of Rush
more, Minn., are visiting in Eugene, tho
guests of Mr. W. McKerr.
Mr. Curtis Harris, who has been taking
a course in dentistry in the East is vis
iting at the home of his parents, Dr. and
Mrs. J. W. Harris.
The members and women friends of the.
Sigma Nu Fraternity were entertained
Tuesday evening, at the home of Mayor
and Mrs. Chrlsman, In honor of Homer L
At Philomath, Or., Wednesday, June 17,
Miss Iva Durkee was united in marriage
to Rev. E. McDonald, pastor of the United
Brethren Church, Eugene. Rev. and Mrs.
McDonald will make Eugene their home.
Tuesday, Juno 16, at 12 o'clock, Frank
Page, of Saginaw, and Mrs. Minnie Buck
man, were married at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Lilley, the ceremony being
performed by Dr. D. E- Loverldge. A
wedding banquet followed, after which
the couple left for Portland. They will
make their home in Saginaw.
Miss Bernlce Cameron, of Union, Is vis
iting here, the guest of her sister, Mrs.
L. J. Jacobs.
Mrs. G. W. H, Davis, of Tacoma, ar
rived Sunday to visit her brother-in-law,
A. A. Davis, and sons.
Mrs. William Parkinson and son, of Al
ameda, visited here several days, the
guest of Mrs. Nellie Wing,
Mrs, G. W. Mackay and children left
Sunday for a six weeks' visit with rela
tives In Cottage Grove and Crawfords
vllle. Harry Newell, of Grant's Pass, who vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. H. J. McDlarmld, of
the Hotel Nah, the past week, returned
Mr. and Mrs, G. W. Starr, of Corval
lls, Or., who have been visiting several
weeks with E. W. Starr and family, re
turned homo Monday.
Mrs. O. R. Everett and Miss Jennesse
Butler went to Grant's Pass Tuesday, to
remain during the week, visiting relatives
and attending the carnival.
Mrs. D. High and Mrs. G. C. Stanley,
pf Ashland, visited several day3 thl3
week, the guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. M.
J. F. Hamilton, of Astoria, is visiting
J. M. Martin left Wednesday for Salt
Lake City to reside.
Miss Hattle Llnser. of Portland, ia visit
ing her parents here.
H. H: Brook?, Jr., left Sunday evening
for Arizona to remain.
Virgil Conn, of Paisley, Or,, was visit
ing his brothers here this week.
Mrs. Walter Moreau bas gone to Spo
kane Falls to Join her husband.
Mrs. W. H. Dunckley, after a visit with
her parents. Dr. F. G. Oehme and wife.
Lleft Wednesday for her home in Portland.
Mrs. Charles Epplnger and child have
gone to .the Coast for the Summer. '
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Furnish are at Teel
Springs, where they will spend the Sum
mer. Mrs. L. O. Sheekand daughter have gone
to Portland and the Coast for the Sum
mer. Mrs. C B. Wade gave a- pleasant even
ing party on Thursday, In honor of her
guest, Misa Rinehart of Olympla. The
evening waa devoted to dancing.
Mr. and Mrs- Charles Lusher, of Ward-
Tier. Idaho, are vlsltln? at the home of.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Waite.
Miss Lillian Swanson. who has been
visiting Mrs. Harry Blxby and Mrs. George
Bobbin's, has returned to her home in
Mrs. J. V. Tallman gave a dinner on
Thursday evening. June 11. in honor of
her sister. Miss Elsie Folsom. Her guests
were: Mra Kinney, Mrs. La Velle, Miss
McLane and MJss Habersham, of Astoria;
Miss Rinehart. of Olympla; Miss Flo
Folsom. Misses Ida and Harrlette Thomp
son. Miss Duncan, Miss Ethel Johnson.
Mrs. Edwin Stone Is visiting in Salem.
Mr. James Church, of Oregon City, is
in the city.
Mr. Carl Fisher, of Astoria, Is visiting
in this city.
Miss Veda Maston was the guest of Sa
lem friends vduring the week.
Miss Agnea Mathews, of Eugene, Is the
guest of the Misses French.
Miss Eva Simpson has 'returned from a
several months' stay In Tacoma.
Mls3 Naomi Cowan, of Monmouth. Is
the guest of Miss Ora Simpson.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Washburn re
turned home Monday from a several
weeks' visit in Portland.
Mrs. Homer Nelson entertained a num
ber of her friends Friday afternoon la her
usual charming manner.
One of the most delightful social events
of the week was the Alumni reunion
and banquet, at the College hall, Tuesday,
June 16. Mr. Clyde Bryant presided as
toastmaster. Among distinguished guests
was Governor George E. Chamberlain,
who gave a very pleasant talk.
Miss Evelyn Applegate has gone to
Klamath County to spend the Normal
vacation season, i
Miss Loreo Bartges has returned to her
home iat Dayton, Wash., after an extend
ed visit in Ashland.
Miss Armllda Doughty, of the Normal
faculty. Is spending the vacation at her
home In Polk County.
Mrs. T. H. Simpson entertained one
evening during the week in honor of Miss
VIda Moore, of Grant's Pass.
Mrs. A. L. Kltchin and daughter. Miss
Fay, left during the week on a visit to
the old home at Springfield, 111.
C. C. Chappell, of this city, has re
turned from a trip to his old home in
New York, having been absent for nearly
Mrs. H. L. Sayles and Miss May Sutton
gave a reception Thursday afternoon in
honor of their sister, Miss Gertrude Sut
ton. Each guest was bidden to bring a
favorite cooking recipe.
Mlss Mabel Manning, of Portland, Is
the guest of Miss Mollle Patty.
Miss Eva Mlllsap, of Lebanon, is visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Hoberg,
Miss Lulu Perkins, of Burlington. Kan..
arrived here Monday for an extended visit
Miss Addle Bristow returned Monday
from Spokane, whero she has been teach
ing tho past Winter.
Miss Helen Calbreath. of Salem, spent
several days of last week with Miss Rua
Gouchet in this city.
Mrs. Nora Doane. of Washington. Is
visiting with her parents, Mr. and, Mrs.
J. C. Cooper, in this city.
Mls3 Mary Bird came up from Portland
Friday to attend the commencement exer
cises of McMlnnvllle College.
Miss Pearl Cooper . returned Tuesday
from a. couple of weeks' trip at the coast
Mrs. J. E. Hale, after visiting friends
here, returned to Baker City, Thursday.
Miss Pauline Nesmlth is visiting friends
in Monmouth and Independence this
Mrs. Dr. Jessup, of Salem, was up for
commencement in Monmouth, and visited
her father at this place.
Among the alumnae of Monmouth Nor
mal School, the following visitors are
well known here: Mr. J. C. McCue, of
Astoria; M. F. Hanvllle and J. O. Rus
sell, of Eugene; Miss Kramer and Mrs,
Lolla Parrlsh-Van Winkle, of Salem;
Mrs. Nettle Ground-Foulks, of Portland;
Miss Percy Butler, of Dallas; Mr. Hugh
Essen and Miss Millie Doughty.
Miss Frankle Payne, of Eugene, 13 visit
ing with Miss Bertha Leabo.
Mis3 Fern Stout of McMlnnvllle, visited
friends here last Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mrs. Florence KIrchheimer and her son
Guy, of Antelope, are visiting the family
of IC N, Stoehr.
Mrs. Ernlnger Stewart, of Dayvllle. and
her daughter, Miss Bessiev are visiting
the family of Lynn Lancefleld.
Mrs. J. A. Staley, formerly Mrs. Elsie
Wirtz, and husband visited her father,
Mr. Frank Pierce, here this week.
Mr. De Witt Clinton Latourette, of Ore
gon City, attended the commencement ex
ercises at Faclflc university this week;
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Demlng are visiting
relatives at Monmouth, during commence
Miss Ida Slaughter, of Sumpter, is vis
iting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. G,
Misses Llllle and Cella Lurch, of Cot
tape Grove, were visiting Mrs. W. H.
Powell during the week.
Dr. A. P. McLaren, of Rainier; his sis
ter. Miss McLaren, who recently arrived
from Canada, and Mr. and Mrs. Cramlre,
of Denver, Colo., were visiting Dr. and
Mrs. H. R. Cliff during the week.
Miss Eva Dennis 13 visiting relatives
Haven Belknap visited his parents. Rev.
Mr. and Mrs. Belknap, In Forest Grove,
Miss Ina Stalger. of Portland, visited
her mother, Mrs. M. Staiger, of this city,
tho latter part of last week.
Mrs. J. B. Coo and little daughter re
turned to their home In Portland Monday
after a few weeks' visit at the home of
Mrs. Coe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
Casey, near this city.
Mrs. Edgar J. Bryan is visiting In Cor
Travis McDevitt of Medford. is visiting
at the home of his parents in this city.
Mlas Lizzie Parrott of Pendleton, is
visiting her sister, Mrs, B. Casey, in this
Miss Evangeline Kirkpatrlck, of L03
Angeles, Is here on a visit to her brother.
E. C. Kirkpatrlck.
Edwin Glasgow and Mls3 Ada Van
Gaasbeck were married here Thursday
evening, and left for Spokane and .Nel
son, B. C. for a month's visit Mr. Glas
gow has been miller in the Sandow mills
for two years, coming here from Spokane.
His bride has lived here three years and
is very popular. Tho wedding was pri
Mrs. E. W. Ward entertained the mem
bers of the efghth grade graduating class
last Saturday night at her home. About
40 young- people were present
The Hth annual commencement of the
Centralia High School was held Tuesday
evening. The class consisted of only one
member. Miss Hallle Davis, -who spoke
on the subject of Our Public Schools.'
A yery pretty. hoe wedding occurred.
Friday morning, Juno 19, at the home ol
Mr. and Mrs. A. Kahler. when theU
daughter, -Maud, was married to Mr. Ed
Perry, of Everett, by Rev. J. W. Miller:
The bride is a daughter of an old pio
neer and is well known In Centralia.
being a prominent member and workei
in the Methodist Episcopal Church, and
hag been organist for a number of years.
Mr. Perry, formerly of this place. Is as
sistant editor of the Everett Daily Her
ald. Miss Maud McDerraoth. of Aber
deen, acted as bridesmaid, and Mr. S.
R. Brown, of Aberdeen, as best man. A
sister of the- bride. Miss May. played tha
wedding march. An elegant repast was
served, after which Mr. and Mrs. Perry
left for their home in Everett
Miss Florence Yodef arrived home Sun
day from California, where she attended
school the past year.
Miss Carrie Reynolds la here from
Portland on a visit to her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John w. Reynolds.
At the Methodist parsonage. Monday,
June 15, Mr. Henry Becker and Misa
Belle Pumphrey, of Little Falls, wer
married by Rev. F. 8. Pearsons.
The annual High School commencement
of the Chehalls High School was held at
the opera-house, Friday night A clasj
of nine graduated. A reception followed
the exercises at Workman Hall,
Miss Fern Estes, of Heppner, has .been
visiting In this city with Miss Hannah
Mrs. F. W. Parker, of Cunningham,
Wash., is -visiting her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. A. B. Gllmore.
Charles Hall, Ralph Bateman and Curry
Franklin have returned from tha Stati
University at Seattle, to spend their Sum
mer vacation at home.
Miss Mary Taylor and Mr. Joseph Smith"
were united in marriage last week. Rev.
J. Flynn officiating. Both bride and
groom are among the most popular young
people of this county.
Mrs. W. H. Wood will open Cohassatt,
her Summer cottage, at Westport JulyX
Miss Lizbeth Fuller, who Is to be mar
ried soon, has been the recipient of much
social favor In tho way of receptions and
On Monday morning, Juno 22, Edward
Campbell,, of Moscow, Idaho, and Mis
Gay Beardsley, of this city, will be mar
ried at the bride's home.
Announcement Is made of the marrlagq
of William G. Douglas, of this city, and
Miss Sadie Goodlln, of Walkerton, Ont,
to occur July 15.
Mr. Clark, of Elberton, was a Garfield
visitor Wednesday. .
Mr. A. H. Plummer visited Spokane last
Wednesday and Thursday.
Mr. Arland, who has been making an
extended visit on the Sound, returned
Senator and Mrs. McCroskey, of this
city, entertained a company of Garfield
people Saturday night It was In the form
of a reception In honor of Senator and
Mrs. Crow, of Spokane; Senator Sharp,
of Ellensburg, and Mrs. and Mrs. Atkins,
CLOSING DAY AT BLANCHET
Exercises of Institute to Be Held a
The closing exercises of Blanchet In
stitute, conducted by the Christian
Brothers, will be held In -the Marquam
Grand Theater on Monday June 22, Arch
bishop Christie presiding. The pupil3 oi
this institution never fall, on the occa
sion of their closing, to give their friends
an enjoyable evening. They have just
completed a successful term. During th
past two weeks both faculty and puplla
havo been busily engaged in the stren
uous toll of final examinations, and now
all are "looking forward to a successful
Issue of a year's hard work. Following
is the programme for Monday evening:
Music, orchestra; "Blaze Away" (Hol
mann), Glee Club; "How Sarah Did It"
Joseph A. Gleason; "Washington's
Name," Minims; "Merry Frogs" (vocal
duet), James Conway, H. Cox; "Happj
Return," Albert F. Lehner; "Song 1
Heard One Sunday Morn" (Soloist John
Hlncks), Glee Club; "Tho Flag," third
class; "Stem Song" (vocal solo), W. B.
Dresser; "Independence Bell," J. L. Mc
Allen; music, orchestra; "Rose, My Rose"
(Fitz), Mello Fretland; "Spirit of tha
Union," second class; "The Song of the
Market Place," E. F. Dresser; "Only a
Soldier Boy" (Doty), Glee Club; "Bar
bara FTitchlo," commercial department;
"Pretty Molly Shannon" (extract from
nne Little Duchess"), Junior Glee Club;
"The. Mysterious Guest" Bernard J.
Eder; "Mamma's China Twins," solo and
chorus; "Impressment of American Sea
men: Captain Martinet J. Douglas; Lieu
tenant Perley, B. Eder; Captain Jotham,
A. W. Harris; Hiram, R. D. Kirk; "Pri
vate in the Ranks" (extract from "The
Three Musketeers"), Junior Glee Club;
"Good Old Summer Time" (Brenner),
B. I. Glee Club; conferring of commer
cial certificates; address. Rev. J C Ken
nedy. Harrlsoa School Exercises.
The closing exercises will be held; al
the Harrison School on Monday even
ing, June 22, at 8 o'clock. The following
la the programme: ,
Piano solo, Mrs.' Jennie George u.ar
shall; recitation. Miss Ethel Webb; violin
solo, Miss Louise Vaughan; recitation,
Mis3 Ethel Webb; vocal solo. Miss Jean
Shupp; recitation, Miss Ethel Webb; pres
entation of portrait of Lincoln, Mls3 Car
rie Barbey; address, Governor Georgo E.
Chamberlain; presentation of certificates,
Mr. R- K. Warren.
The following Is a list of the graduates:
Carrie Barbey, Edith Conner, Edith
Dowllng, Nellie Freeman. Viola Griffith,
Marian Humbel, Alverta Kraoft Mar
garet McMahon, Minnie Mathes. Edna
Russell, Hulda Schell. Alma Shemansky,
Esther Smalls, Annie Weinsteln, Mabella
Wright Thurman Cave, Julius Gordon.
Junius Jarvis, Edward Newbauer, Paul
Nunan, Charles RObison, Lester Seed,
Herman Semler, Wilbur Smith, Artie
Enlargement and inflammation of tbe rrea
tate gland are cured by Oregon Kldjey Tea-
Mast Be Avoided if Possible.
Shock to the mind brings some most
disastrous conditions to body and nerves.
Then It Is that food, powerful food, can
best show Its power. As an Illustration a
woman of Covington, O., says: "One day
my husband while about the house
dropped, dead without moan or groan or
warning of any kind, and coming into tb
room I found "him lifeless. The shock;
and the terrible anguish that followed,
were so great that In a week's time. I had
lost apparently all my flesh and tho skin
became shriveled: I was so weak that I
reeled and staggered about with no
strength or will power to do anything.
"As time wore on I recovered just a
little, but not enough to make life worth
the living. One day I read about a poor
skinny little baby being- restored, to flesh
and health on the food Grape-Nuts, so I
resolved to try It I gained, from tha
first box of Grape-Nuts, and still mora
from the second, and after using the third
package I had strength and energy
enough to go to housecleanlng, something
I had never expected to bo able to do
"The Improvement continued steadily,
and Bam still gaining flesh and strength."
Name' given by Postum Company, Battle
A lady famous for her dainty desserts
explains that she learned thera from the
little recipe book she. found, is t&e -f&ek.
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