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MEWS OF SOCIETy
FROM PAGE 20
Gray of the Congregational Church, at
the conclusion of which refreshments
Charles A. Faylor ana Bertha L. Dorrls
"were married September 1. The ceremony
was performed at the home of Dr. J. M.
Cain, East Alder street. Rev. "William E.
Randall, of Central Church, officiating.
The new home la established at 327 Main
street, where the young couple will soon
be at home to their friends.
Miss Clara Henniman, daughter of P. J.
Hennlroan, and J. A. Hoffman were mar
ried last Sunday evening at the home of
the bride's parents In MUwaukle, in the
presence of the relatives. Mr. and Mrs.
Hoffman will make their future home in
Louis Fox and Miss Rose Pressman were
united in marriage last Sunday evening
at the homo of the. groom's cousins, Mr.
and Mrs. A Abrams, 309 Harrison street,
Rev. 2C. Mosessohn, D. D., officiating.
Mr. A. Estberg and Miss Ida M. R. Wil
son were married in Portland on Tuesday,
September 8. Alter a snorc inp to oeasiac
they will be at home to their friends at 1
45G Cambridge street.
At Tacoma, by Rev. F. A.U Vlolette,
at the Tacoma Methodist Episcopal
Church on September 5, Miss Louise Lowe,
of Dayton. "Wash., and F. O. Burckhardt,
of Portland, were married.
Dr. and Mrs. Alpbonzo Le Roy, an
nounce the engagement of their daughter.
Alma Edythe, to Mr. Edward Baker
Holmes, of Portland. The marriage is to
take place September 23. No cards.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Craft ' announce
the engagement of their daughter, Mae,
to Mr. John P. Bigelow; tbo wedding to
take place this month.
COMING EVENTS. !
The annual reunion and pastor's renep
tion will be held in the church parlors,
First Congregational Church, next Friday
evening. The prudential committee will
assist the pastor, Rev. E. L House, D. D.,
and Mrs. House, in receiving. The hostess
"will be Mrs. & D. Smith, Mrs. M. F. Hen
derson. Mrs. Bckler, Mrs. B. P. Fraser
and Mrs. R. EL Jones.
A series of dancing parties will be given
again this "Winter by Fidelity Club. The
invitations will be issued this week. Tho
first party will be on Thursday evening,
October 1, "Woodmen's Hall, East Alder
and Sixth streets.
The Centennial Club gives its opening
party October 6, at Parsons Halt The
members of the club are Myrtle Dong,
Gertrude Wetzler, Grayce Baldwin, Mar
guerite Btoehr and Hattie Grusse.
The Ladies' Aid Society of Grace M. E.
Church will hold its first meeting since
'the Summer vacation next "Wednesday
afternoon, at 2 o'clock. In the church
Mr. E. O. Spltzner has returned from his
Mrs. Rosenstein is in San Francisco,
Mrs. K. B De Lin has moved to 93
East Twelfth street.
Dr. C. II. Raffety and family have re
turned from the seaside.
Mrs. A H. Kerr, living at 91 East
Twelfth street, has returned from Sea
side. Mr. and Mrs. A L. Upson are living at
113 North Eighth street; at home "Wednes
days. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boss are now lo
cated in their new home, 343 Thirteenth
Mrs. M. C. Mace has returned from the
seaside, where she has been spending tho
Miss Chloe E. McClung. has returned
from a visit with relatives 'In Seattle and
Mrs. "W. T. Gardner and family have
Just returned from an outing at Long
Miss Nora Ahrens, of Corvallls, is visit
ing Miss Esther Cox, at 1G7 North Twenty-second
C. B. Bartel and family have returned
from Long Beach, where, they had been
during the Summer.
Mrs. D. G. Burness and children re
turned from Newport last week, after
having spent the season there.
Mrs. D. E. Budd has returned from
San Francisco, where she has been visit
ing friends for the past month.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Russell and daugh
ter, who have been spending the last
live months in Europe, returned Sunday.
Mrs. Ella Jones has returned from a
delightful visit with relatives in Phila
omath, Or., Yaqulna City and Newport.
Dr. "W. C Shears has returned from
"Vancouver, B. C, where he has beerv
spending his vacation the past two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. John McCullough, who
were married last week In Tacoma, "Wash.,
have been in Portland on their wedding
trip. Tho bride, formerly Miss Cora. N.
Gllllland, is the daughter of Mrs, S. A
Mrs. J. R, Stoddard and daughter Helen
have returned from camping oh Qulnlault
Lake, and are at Ocean Beach for a few
Miss Mary Lela Goddard leaves for Eu
gene on Tuesday to enter the State Uni
versity, taking the regular four years'
Mrs. Charles. J. Schnabel and family
have closed their cottage in Clatsop for
the season and returned to their home in
Mrs. M. II. McClung and Master MU-
whose nuptials wee recently solemnised
in Portland, have iope to "Walla Walla,
to make ready tHelr home, preparatory
to tbo opening of "Whitman College, Sep
.James H. Murphy, chief clerk of the
United States engineer office at Seattle,
"ajid Mrs. Murphy,- are spending part of a
month in Portland. Mr. Murphy was for
some years secretary and treasurer, of the
M. A A. C.
Waldemar F. Krumbeln, a graduate of
Portland Academy, left Portland .Wed
nesday, September 2, to enter Franklin &
Marshall College, Lancaster, Pa, Ho
will reside with" Dr. C. Sohiedt, bis
uncle, who is professor of sciences in the
Mrff. Henry Heppner and daughter
Ruth, who liave been in -California several
months, left tor Portland Thursday. The
of the cnf rM vc juwmbfe M any o
the stfctM. Xr. Deh rfW faak an f
fort to kir ti ? H tk ttBgr
held in Ported ki vm,
At tk Wm)i'a
..Mlatf JsahelU Pop loft yetray for
San Francisco. 1 ,v
Miss Eva Sargent was on of the
Miss .Cornwall paid & flying visit to
Kalaraa 6a Thursday,
Mrs. H, L. Bate registered in the end
of the Week for a short "stay.
Miss L. Gaertaon returned on Wednes
day from her trip t6 the North Beach.
Mites Elisabeth Frauendelmer, of. Wll
laminai Or., is making her home at the
Miss A McGregor, of Sylvan, was the
POPULAR YOUNG PEOPLE MARRIFD AT ALBANY
REV. FLOYD E. D ORRIS AND HIS BRIDE, NEE PFEIFFER.
lard McClung leave Monday for a two
months' visit with relatives and friends
in the East
Mrs. Russell Sewall and Mr. and Mrs.
E M. Williams, of this city, are being en
tertained in Seattle, Wash., by Mrs. Ar
thur G. Dunn.
Mrs. W. T. Everson and Mrs. Fritz Wolff
have returned from a trip to White Sal- '
mon, Wash., where they went on a visit
to Miss Ferda Wolff.
Mrs. C. Lewis Mead and her mother,
Mrs. G. F. Wells', returned Saturday on
tho steamer Columbia from a month's j
trip through California.
Mr. and Mrs. Carleton T. Llndsley have
moved into their new house at the corner
of Twenty-fourth and Multnomah streets,
in Holladay Park Addition.
Mr. Charles Esdale, of Kobe, Japan,
and Mr. T. H. Thomas, of Chicago, are
guests at the country home of Mrs. H.
E. Dosch for several weeks.
Mrs. T. J. Hannlgan and daughter, Miss
Lela, and her nelce and mother, Mrs. S. G.
Hearn, of Harrlsburgf have returned home
from their visit to San Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Buddemer have re
turned from an Eastern trip. They vis
ited relatives and friends in Ontario, Can
ada; St Louis, Chicago and St Paul.
The many friends of Miss Lynn Roder
ick, of 553 Everett street will be pleased
to learn that she has returned from her
trip to Hawaii much benefited in health.
Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Wilbur Merrlam
have returned, after spending six months
in California, and are residing at 268 Has
salo street Mrs. Merriam's day at home
Miss Julia Llndsley Palmer, of North
Greenwich, Conn., arrived in this city
August 20, and will make her home here
after with her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Miss Mao Healy, of 4B0 Stephens street
and Miss Mae McMahon, of Richmond,
who havo been visiting friends for the
past month In San Francisco, returned
home on Wednesday.
- Mrs. Ralston Cox and daughter, Miss
Elizabeth Esther Cox, have returned to
their residence, 167 North Twenty-second
street after two months spent with rela
tives in Benton County.
Miss Mary de L. Vincent teacher at the
North Cer' 1 School, who has been
spending t. .Summer visiting relatives In
California, was among the list of arrivals
on the Columbia last night
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Tifft and daughter.
Virginia, and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Potter
are guests at the Country Club Inn, en
joying the mountain air, good roads and
fine fishing of that locality.
Professor and Mrs. James W. Cooper,
many friends of Mrs. Heppner will be glad
to hear that her daughter is rapidly recov
ering from the effects of her recent severe
Mrs. D. H. Rand, accompanied by Miss
Helen Wltzel, has returned after an ab
sence of a year abroad and in the East.
Dr. and Mrs. Rand will stop temporarily
with Mrs. Cox, 718 Wayne street near
King, while waiting for their home on
Twenty-fourth, street to be made ready.
Mrs. Henry L Slsler, who has been
spending the Summer at Dulutb, Minn.,
with her parents, returned home yester
day. Her cousin, Miss Ida Hlbbard, a
school teacher from Duluth, returned with
Mrs. Slsler and will live with Mr. and
Mrs. Slsler at their home, corner East
Seventh and Weldler streets.
Judge E. B. and Mrs. Watson havo re
turned from six weeks visit in Southern
Oregon. Mrs. Watson passed most of the
time in Jacksonville, with her mother,
Mrs. E J. Kubli. Judge Watson, in com
pany with Henry Kubli, passed a month
in the, hills at the headwaters of the
Applcgato hunting and fishing.
Mrs. Max M. Shillock, of this pity, who
recently returned from Newport Or., was
one of the guests at a pleasant entertain
ment given Thursday of last week by Mr.
and Mrs. Edwin Stone, of Albany. A spe
cial train left the city at 8 o'clock, taking
the company to the eastern end of the
Corvallls & Eastern Railroad, the day be
ing passed in viewing the beautiful scen
ery along the North Santiam.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Morris Bruce are in
the city this week on their wedding trip.
They were married recently in Lebanon,
Or., where the ceremony took place at the
residence of H. O. Canfleld, father of the
bride. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce will make
their future home in Weston, Or., where
the groom is instructor of science in the
Normal School. The bride was a member
ol the graduating class, '03, in the Normal
H. C. Breeden, since retiring from busi
ness, has been putting In his time travel
ing. He recently visited Alaska, and on
his return started for the Seven Devito
county of Idaho in company wltK James
Steel. They spent ten days looking over
this, the greatest copper mining region of
the Northwest, qgi-wxe very favorably
Impressed with ItT Mrr Breeden's release
from the cares of business and his travel
ing have greatly improved his appearance.
H. E. Dosch left last night for Ogden
to attend the convention of the Nation
al Irrigation Congress, which will be
in session there September 16 to IS. He is
booked for a lecture before the convention
on the subject of diseases of fnilt'ilrees
in irrigated and unirrlgated lands. This
1 is expected to be the largest convention
guest of Miss C. Qulnn over Thursday
Miss Hazel Anderson, of The Dalles, is
here attending a business college.
Miss Nellie Arnold, of Salem, was here
over Sunday on a visit to her mother,'
Mrs. L. Arnold.
Madiaon Sqaare Garden.
H. B. Litt and Mr. John C. Stratton are
daily visitors to take notes of the Paris
Fashion show, which Is neld at Madison
Square Garden. A few models are now
Americanized by the celebrated Stratton
and when finished will be displayed at our
house exclusively, as we have sole control
The second week of showing the' im
ported modelB and their own designs.
Also the celebrated Gage and Bendel
Tailored Hats. 380 Washington street
MARRIED AT HOQUIAM
DR. FRANK L. NAIL.
MISS NETTIE PENNIE.
HOQUIAM, "Wash., Sept 11. (Special.) Tho marriage of Miss Kettle Pennle and Dr. Frank 'I. Kail took place last
evening at the residence .of the brldo's. parents on Eighth- street It was one of the prettiest functions ever seen in
the city, and attested to the popularity of both the bride and groom. The parlor was prettily decorated for the occa
sion, only the Immediate relatives being present Tho bride was attired in panne satin crepe, trimmed with real lace,
and carried a large bouquet of Bride roses and looked charming. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. W. O.
Benadom, of the M. E. Church. After tne ceremony tne wedding party adjourned to the Eagles' Hall, when the happy
couple gave a reception to their many mencs. The hall was handsomely decorated with white bows and ivy. The
orchestra stand was decorated with white crepe and English ivy. The guests were received under a canopy of white
satin streamers and vines.
Miss Kettle Perinle is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Pennle, 'and has lived in this city several years, being
one of HOQulam's most popular young ladies. Dr. F. I. Nail has alio resided here several years. The wedding gifts
were both many and beautiful. -
Miss MargTHerlie Hsunsea,
Teacher of singing and voice culture.
formerly teacher of singing at Univer
sity of Oregon, Eugene. Address 721
Marie Stewart Whighaitf,
Teaoher of voice and piano; pupil of
Randegger and Sir Jules Benedict Studio
A O. U. W. building, Second and Taylor.
Miss Edith McGinn,
Teacher of piano, has reopened her studio
at 535 Couch street. Pupfls desiring tlroo
snouid apply at once. 'Phone Main 438,
E. O. Spltsaer.'.
viuim leacner. jtudiib prepared re, so
and orchestra playing. Studio Marquam
Duuaing, inone iooa 699.
Mies Copeland's dancing' class for begin
ners opens in Burkhard Hall Monday
evening, September ZL Phone Scott 5615.
Mrs. Edgar- E. Coarsen,
Teacher of vocal music, has returned and
resumed Instruction, 658 Lovejoy. Tele
phone Main 3108.
Baajo, Mandolin and Galtar.
Hal Webber has reopened his studio, 173
west Pane Main 20S8. Clubs instructed.
Piano and Organ.
- W. M. Wilder has reopened his studio
7 Harrison street Phone West 482.
OREGON'S GREAT NATURAL WONDER
IHaay Acres f. flattest Spring Water on Earth-MarvcleHsIy Curative.
Steam Arising From Hot Lake View of Sanitarium, Hot Lake, Ore
gonAltitude, 3000 Feet.
A WONDERFUL WATER AND REST CURE. A BEAUTIFUL HEALTH RESORT.
COOL IN SUMMER MILD IN WINTER.
Hot Lake Is to the West what Arkansns Hot Springs are to the East It Is in
the Grand Ronde Valley, on the O. R, & N. Railroad, 00 miles from Portland.
For ages it has been known as the "Big Medicine" of the Indian. Flow 2,200,000
gallons per day, boiling hot many acres of the hottest spring water In the world.
The water Is clear as crystal. The mineral In the water Is In such perfect solu
tion that no particle of precipitate will fall, even after standing for days.
Marvelously curative in dis'eases of stomach, bowels, liver, bladder, skin and
blood; also in rheumatism, catarrh, neuralgia and other nervous troubles.
EVERY UP-TO-DATE CONVENIENCE AND EQUIPMENT OF A HIGH-CLASS
Sit dotva and
write for our Il
today. It -will in
terest you. Address
Rates t Hotel, $10.00 to $15.00 per wGelc. Baths Single bnth, 35
cents) one vrcelc, 81.00 three vreclcs, $3.50. Mud, $4.00' per iveelc
DR. G. W. TAPE, Gen. Mgr., or DR. W. T. PHY, Medical Supt. -
HOT LAKE, OREGON
Or Inquire of any O. R. & N. Station Agent.
Church South officiating. Mr. and Mrs.
Gibson will be at home to their friends
at their home on Marie street.
Mrs. Frank Higglns of Portland, Me.,
and Mies Neva Lane have returned from
a very delightful trip to Alaska. They
were gone for a month, most of the time
being passed at Skagway and vicinity.
They also took the trip to Bennett, over
the railroad that Is said to be the most
wonderful piece of engineering in the
Mrs. Wllllata Angle, of Medford, has
been visiting Ashland friends.
Miss Helen Sllsby, of Palo Alto, Cal., is
visiting, relatives In Ashland.
Paul Van Sooy and wife nave been vis-
been visiting Miss Margaret Caldwell In
Benton Bowers and wife have returned
from an outing of several weeks In the
Mrs. A. T. Beach, of Lakevlew, returned
home Thursday after visiting Ashland
relatives for a season.
Miss Mary Fo'shay arrived from Alba
ny a few days ago to take a position as
teacher In the Ashland schools.
Mrs. D. L. Rice entertained a few even
ings since in honor of her nieces, the
Misses Leda and Agnes Rice, of Portland.
Rev. L. M. Idleman has returned from
Baker City In restored health, and has
resumed his work as pastor of Trinity
Mrs. T. A Hayes and children left for
Wooden, both of this city, were married
Wednesday evening at the residence of
M. V. Crocker. Rev. E. P. Hughes, of
the Congregational Church, officiating.
C. V. Pfalf and Miss Stella B. Smith
were married Sunday at the home of the
bride's parents, a few miles south of
Ashland, by Rev. W. T. Van Scoy. A
number of guests from this city and from
Medford were In attendance at. the wed
ding, which was quite a pretty affair.
The newly married couple after a short
trip to Portland and the north will take
up their residence in this City.
Kenneth Fronk, of Albany, arrived re
cently to visit relatives one month.
Mrs. J. F. White and daughter returned
Prof. B. L. Bettlnger. 301 West Park st
Wt&Beil announces display of new Fall
millinery ready September 15 and after,
284 Grand avenue. Heller building.
Mrs. B. O. Gardner will open her school
of shorthand and typewriting September
23 at the Marquam building, room 629.
Borqulst & Refiling's Importations of
exclusive woolens for Fall and Winter
wear all received. 231 Washington street
David Khoury, Oriental rugs importer,
removed from 411 Washington street to 347
Alder. Part of our Fall stock Just ar
rived. Call and Inspect it
Parsons Hall Instructresses, Miss Buck
enmeyer and Miss Jeftery. Chlldreri's
classes begin Sat afternoon, Oct 3.
Adults, Monday evening, Oct 5. 'Phone
Mme. Bauer requests her old pupils, as
well as new, to secure their hours for les
sons In French, German, Spanish, con
versational and college courses, Shake
speare and current topics, at once. 128
North Nineteenth. Tel. Main 2518.
Mrs. Walter Pierce and children are
home from Hot Lake.
Mrs. Fred Walte and mother, Mrs.
Woodard, are visiting friends in Colfax.
Mrs. Rose Campbell la home from her
Summer's trip to tho coast and Port
Mrs. Victor Hunzlker of Walla Walla
is a guest of her sister, Mrs. Louis Hun
zlker. Rev. and Mrs. R. J. Dlven are home
from their Summer vacation at the
Mrs. W. E. Brock and son Harold have
gone to Portland to visit friends for a
Mrs. T. G. Hailey and children, who
have boen at the seaside for a few weeks,
are home again.
Little Thelma Thompson celebrated
her fourth birthday on Friday afternoon
at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Thompson. A number of her little
friends were invited in to spend the after
noon. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Waffle, who have
been enjoying country life on their farm
near Alba, are home, again.
Arthur J. Gibson and Mrs. Sarah Dti-
GEORGE W. JOSEPH WEDS MISS BERTHA L. SNELL
George W. Joseph, the well-known attorney, and Bertha L. Snell wero married Sunday, September 6. at tho home of
. the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Snell, near Drain. Oregon. They will be at home after October 1, at 6 East
Eighth street, north.
ltlng the former's parents in this city.
They are now living In Nevada.
Mrs. J. McHugh and Mrs. K. S. Bevard
left Tuesday for Irving, Kan.
Mrs. W. W. Chisholm, of Salt Lake City,
is visiting In Ashland with relatives.
Mrs. George A White has returned from
a visit at Red Bluff and Dunsmuir.
- Miss .Belle Mahan has gone to Stock
ton. Cal., where she will attend school.
Mrs. A P. Hammond Is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. J. H. Turner, at Duns
muir. Miss Bessie Earhaxt, of Medford, has
Albany Tuesday to Join Mr. Hayes, who
has assumed his duties as principal of the
public schools there.
Mrs. Dr. J. S. Parson entertained a com
pany of friends at her home Friday even
ing, in honor of Miss Mary Sllsby, of Cot
tage Grove, who Is visiting In Ashland for
a few weeks.
Miss Llda Lottrldge and Miss C. K.
Bentley, of the Ashland schools, who
spent their vacation at Corning, Cal., and
Salem, Or., respectively, returned to this
city during the week.
George A. Wilson and Miss Viola E.
Saturday from a two months' visit with
relatives in Berkeley, Cal.
Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Webb and Mr. and
Mrs. E R. Welch returned Saturday from
a few weeks' camping on Butte Creek.
Miss Mabel Jones returned recently from
a two months' visit with relatives and
friends at Astoria. Seaside and Portland.
Frank D. Andrus. of Detroit, Mich., ar
rived in Medford Monday to visit a few
days with his brother, D. R. Andrus, and
Mrs. N. Langell and daughter, Mrs. Jes
sle "Farnsworth. accompanied her daugh-
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OFFICES 301-302 McKAY BLDG.
Telephone Main 706
home of the groom, at 7 o'clock In the
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