M. . Miss Rader. Xr. French, Mrs. Simpson and Kiss Moore. Miss Corlnne Linn, of Jacksonville, and Mrs. G. D. Linn, of Eugene, were guests of Miss Margaret Linn at the Marlyn Club last week, and an informal party was given in their honor on Saturday evening. These invited were; Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Linn. Miss Aline Rogers. Miss Lou Rogers. Miss Helen Cooper. Miss Charlotte Ohle and Messrs. Fortman. Larable, Macintosh, Bloomquest, Bowles. Scoble. Crowell and Jtrauhal. EVENTS OF THE WEEK. Last Tuesday evening Captain Fer- naux. the popular master of the British ship Dumfriesshire, entertained a large number 01 inenas. The evening passed quickly with music, dancing and speech making, besides songs and readings by Mrs. Millie Perkins, songs by Miss Eliza- oeth lioben and Xr. E. ASDlund. and vio lin solos by Jack Hoben. Alter the pro gramme, supper tvas daintily served, tea beautiful -with decorations of Oregon holly and daffodils. A delicious punch was served throughout the evening. About ono hundred and fifty, guests were present and were greatly pleased-with the vocal numbers rendered by the host. His many friends wish him the great est .success and will watch his progress with interest. The Ceramic 'Club "of Portland, met at the home of Mrs. Alexander Mulr at Mount Tabor on "Wednesday afternoon. The club is negotiating with the National Ceramic League for an exhibition at the Lewis and Clark Fair. An entertaining and instructive paper on the making of porcelain w4S read by Mrs. J. D. Gresh am, and another by Mrs, Halnes,.of the Art Club, on glass decorations. The next regular meeting of the club will be held on the first Wednesday in April in the Camera Club rooms. Mrs. JC. Hare and Mrs. TV. D. Allard entertained the Jolly Sixteen Club on Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Hare, 271 Caruthers street. 'Whist was played at eight tables. Carnations made very pretty decorations, which. were pink and green. Mr. and Mrs. TV". D. Hare, of Hlllsboro, were among the guests. Mrs. Ella Jones, who had charge of last evening's concert at the People's Institute, was fortunate In securing somd of the best talent in the city in MR. ALBA MORGAN AND MISS MADGE GERTRUDE KAY WEDDED LAST WEEK w-x-RIDAY seems always to be a favor its day for entertaining, and on last Friday there were two affairs winch were especially interesting and pleasant, the very successfully man Aged card party given at the Scot tish Rite Cathedral, for the Wo man's Exchange, and Mrs. J. Frank "Wat son's charming dance at Parsons hall iu the evening. One of the Winter's moBt attractive debutantes. Miss Effie -Houghton, made her first appearance in . society at Mrs. Watson's part', and she received as much admiration as any bud could desire. Miss Houghton wore a dainty dress of pale blue, and had armfuls of exquisite flowers. The Cavaliers danced at Larowe hall on Friday night also, and the Nineteen Hundred and New Century clubs enter tained delightfully earlier In the week. Interesting events among the social and literary clubs were the Wednesday meet ing of the Council of Jewish Women, the Literary Society of the First Congrega tional Church, and the Unitarian Alli ance, the Foreign Missionary Society of Grace Methodist Episcopal Church also meeting on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. John James. The subject for the afternoon was "The Religions of Japan," and It was made very Interesting by Mrs, Alexander Jeffries, Mrs. John H. James "and Mrs. Scott Bozorth. Mrs. J. Patterson and Mrs. H. A. Hasel tine sang, and the society had the privi lege of bearing a talk on subjects of In terest to them by their new pastor. Rev. Clarence True Wilson. Several Informal entertainments were given during the week in honor of Miss Leona Htrsch and Miss Ola Hlrsch. who were here visiting relatives. Card parties were given during the week by Mrs. Solomon Hlrsch, Mrs. Rich. ard Martin, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kerr and Mrs. Arthur Minott, Mrs. MInott's guests being members of the Bridge Club, including Mrs. John E. Toung, Mrs. Frank Hart. Mrs. W. T. Mulr. Mrs. Harry Nunn, Mrs. Walter Burrell, Mrs, James Laldlaw. Mrs. J. Weslev Ladd. Miss von Destinofl Miss Olga von Bes tinon. Miss Sallie Lewis, Miss Carrie Oilcan, Mrs. Warren Houghton. The Oregon Branch' of Association of Collegiate Alumnae, of recent organiza tion, gave their first entertainment 3'es .terday. a very delightful luncheon in the Hotel Portland parlor. As It -was the day of the President's inauguration, the table decoration were in the National colors, tiny allk flags of other nations being used ai&o, witn xerns and Oregon holly. Red shaded candles lighted the tables, and the place cards, cleverly done by Miss Wil son, combined in their design sm.aH heads of college girls and American flags. Mrs. Donald, president of the Oregon branch, presided, and speeches were made hy Mrs. Ralph Wilbur, upon work done by other branches, and Mrs. Rock wood. "The City Beautiful Later Mrs. W. J. Honeyman made an address, saying ehe hoped to enlist the interest of the association in the work of the Travelers' Aid Society. Those present were: Mrs. R. L. Donald, Mrs. J. C. E. King, Miss Mabel Hasel tlne. Miss Laura Northup, Miss Myrtle Hunt, Mrs. H. R. Spencer, Mrs. B. M. Lombard, Miss Helen Wilson, Mrs. Otis B. Wight, Mrs. Robert Lewis, Mrs. Ralph W. Wilbur, Miss Gertrude Bombgardner, Miss Emma Gricbel. Miss Isabella Mogeau, Miss Alice Craig, Mrs. William eon, Mrs. Louis Pinkham, Miss Brey man, Mrs. Harry" Powers, Miss Clapp, Miss Leora Cross. Miss E. R. Rockwood. Miss Helen Matthews. Mrs. F. E. Nelson, Miss Helen Cooper. Miss Carlotta Parker. Mrs. Taggart, Miss Goddard, Mrs. G. H. Marsh. An attractive, recital was given at St Helen's Hall on Thursday evening by some of the elocution pupils, under the instruction of Miss Louise For syth, and the large assembly hall was filled with pupils and guests. The pro gramme, which was very creditably rendered Included; "O Captain! My Captain" (Whitman), Miss Flora Da vis; "Walter von dcr Vogelweid" (Longfellow). Miss- -Georgle Heard; "Echo and the Ferry" (Ingelow), Miss Ada West; "Aux Jtallens" (Bulwer Lyttoqj, Miss Anna O'Brien: "King Robert of Sicily" (Longfellow). Miss Helen Chandler. The recitations were followed by some interesting tableaux from the life of St Helen, mother of Constantine the Great, for whom the Hall was named. These were: "St. Helen Receives the Addresses of Con- utaptlne " "St. Helen and Her Little Son Constantine," 'St. Helen Says Farewell to Constantine." "St. Helen Receives a Summons From Constan tine to Join Him In Constantinople." "St. Helen Asks Leave of Constantine to Make a Pilgrimage to the Holy Land to Seek the True Cross," and "St. Hel en Has Found the Cross." The Marlyn Club bachelors entertained the members of the Columbia stock com pany at .a smoker on Monday evening. The1 dining-room was tastefully decorated for the occasion after the Heidelberg manner. Many good German dishes were enjoyed, and steins were also In abund ance, and all present approved of the Heidelberg custom and the word "prosit" was pitch heard. The members of the Heidelberg quartet from the Columbia Theater were In attendance and were ably assisted by others present, slnglag being kept up until ap. early hour. Among those present were Messrs. Howard Gould. William Bernard, William Dills. Scott Beaton. Charles York. Donald Bowles. George Bloomquest. Berry Strauhal. Mac intosh, Scoble, Fortman. Larable, Latta, Brown. Brunfleld and CrowelL Bishop and Mrs. David Hastings Moore gave a dinner at the Hobart-Curtis on Wednesday evening. The table was pret tily decorated with daffodils, and the guests were Rev. J. A. B. Wilson, D. D.. of San Francisco: Rev. Clarence True Wilson. Rev. L. E. Rockwell. D. D.. and Mrs. Rockwell. Rev. Francis Burgette Short, Dl D.. and Mrs. Short W. B. Hol llagshead, D. D.. and Mrs. Holllngshead, Jtev.. Daniel Rader, D. D., MIso" Holbrbok, : : 7"7 : worth assisted In entertaining with readings and sfories. The evening was thoroughly enjoyed. The evening of February 24 was most pleasantly spent at the home of Mr.. and Mrs. W. H. Adams, Piedmont, the, occa sion belnx- a surprise party tendered to their dauxbter. Miss Portia Adams, by her many young friends. The evening was delightfully spent in games, dancing and music, after which dainty refresh ments were served. A linen shower was given Miss Goldle Palmer, daughter of -Rev. Ray Palmer, by Miss Eva Kcenan, at the home of her parents. Mr. and 'Mrs. A. J Keenan, TZ1 East Oak street, last Tuesday evening. Miss Palmer Is soon to be married, and her friends took this pleasant method of giving her a large supply of linen. Miss Agnes Lulls entertained a few of her friends last Wednesday evening at the home of her parents 425 Morris street. Progressive Whist was played. Miss Lena Johannes en and Dick Oesch being awarded first prises. Late games and muslo were enjoyed until supper was served. The Ladles Aid Society of the Lutheran Church at West Park and Jefferson streets gave a very successful dinner on Wednesday evening at the parsonage. During the evening Mrs. Ella Jones, Al fred Blankholtn and Lenora Hansen gave musical selections. A surprise party was given Mr. and Mrs. John Pugh at their residence on Johnson street, in honor of Mr. Pugh's birthday. Whist was played, and prizes were awarded to Mr. Aublo and Mrs. John Sleight, Mrs. George Pendergraas and Dr. Asbby. JL very pleasant affair of last week waa an afternoon tea, which was given Wed nesday afternoon, at the Church of the Good Shepherd, the rooms being prettily decorated for the occasion with exquisite Spring flowers. Rev. Father McDevltt entertained the choir of St. Mary's Cathedral on Wed nesday evening, at the Cathedral resi dence. A delicious supper was served at the close of a very delightful evening. Members of the Society of Friends of Ancient India were entertained on Wed nesday by Mrs. A. C French, at her home on Jackson street, the .evening's programme being one of much Interest. The Tuesday Five Hundred" Club was entertained last week at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. chard Martin. Jr. Prizes being poured by Mrs. Francis Clarno, Mrs. P. Gorman and Mrs. J. H. Bar bour, and coffee by Mrs. Andrew Hoben, assisted by Mrs. Isabel! e HIggens. Those present wore: Mrs. Andrew Hoben, Mrs. Isabelle HIggens, Mr. and Mrs. P, Gor man, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Barbour. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Clarno, Miss Elizabeth Hoben, Dr. E. Q. Asplund. Miss Josephine An dreta Hoben, Mr. Fred Volght. of Ogden, and Mr. Jack Peak Hoben. The evening closed with all hands Joining in the Vir ginia reel and singing "Auld Lang Syne" and "He's a Jolly Good Fellow.' The Tuesday Afternoon Club mot this week with Mrs. A. J. Stiles, at her house. 27 Gantenbcln avenue. The subject for study for the afternoon was taken up, Mrs. L. M. Davies and Mrs. O. P. M. Jamison being the guests of the club. The hostess gave a brief descrip tion of Chaucer and his work. Mrs. Mer wln Pugh told of the historical and politi cal conditions, Mrs. George Dunham the social customs and lltorature, and Mrs. Warren White contemporary men and events of the Hth century: Mrs. G. H. Eshelman, Chaucer's life and poems: Mrs. A. B. Manley gave a brief description of the "Man of Laws Tales." Mrs. Stiles' home was prettily decorated with violets and plants. Mrs. Mabel Patton and Miss Stiles assisted In the dining-room. The next meeting of the club will be held with Mrs. G. H. Eshelman, 317 Eugene street, Tuesday. March 7. Oregon Circle, Women of Woodcraft, held a reception on Monday evening at Lyons Hall, Alblna. in honor of the silver wedding annlvorsary of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Steepy. 455 Vancouver a-enue. The hall was prettily decorated for tho occa sion with the cirdle's colors, and Its ap pearance created general admiration. Mr. and Mn. Steepy stood uadcr an artistic wedding bell of white carnations and green sail lax. while Mrs. Nora Card, in a most gracious manner, extended the cir cle's congratulations and presented a beautiful jsilyer fruit basket. Dainty re freshments were served, after which Smith's orchestra played for dancing. The Fortnight Club met at the home oi Airs. KocKwood on Wednesday even ing. After a lively discussion of cur rent topics, Miss Alda Broushton gave a comprenensive review of TThe Pros pecior. by Ralph Connor. Miss ttrougnion supplemented her paper wun selections rrom the book. Miss cross rouowed by reading: from "Llttlo Citizens," by Myra Kelly. The' humor or these, so blended with pathos, was vividly brought out by the reading. showing a sympathetic appreciation of cniia nature. Alter a social hour the club adjourned to meet the first Tues day In April. Miss Vellna Lyle celebrated her 18th birthday on February 2S. at her home. 1114 East Taylor street, the house being dec orated for the pleasant occasion with violets and pink carnations. Music with Miss Sadie Evelyn Ford and Mrs. Ella Jones at the piano was much appreciated and games were enjoyed also. A farewell reception was given Lute Itoyor Thompson, at. his home, on Mon day evening, previous to his departure for the "East, where he goes to continue his vocal .studies. The parlors were song and elocution. Miss Kathleen Lawler and Miss Petronella Connolly were the soloists, and Miss Lillian Veatch, the talented child pianist, ap peared here for the last time In public before going to San Francisco. There was also music by Webber's Mandolin Orchestra. On Tuesday evening Miss Mae Smith entertained a number of her friends at her home, 301 Sacramento street Games occupied the greater part of tho evening, after which a dainty supper was served. Those present were Miss Laurine Du. Brullle, Miss Semele Henderson. Miss Vivian Holm?3. Miss Sybil . Lanchcster, MIes Trlxle Murphy. Miss Mae Smith, Gordon Mansfield, Raymond Osburn, Al bert Curtis, Robert Fuller. Elmer Fletcher. Indiana people resident in Portland are working hard to effect the organi sation of an Indiana Society, and names of persons wishing to become members are being reglsterd daily at Jaeg-er Bros.. 290 Morrison street. This preliminary membership Is approach ing 100. and it Is hoped that all per sons eligible will make themselves known in order that an early election ot officers may be held. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Lacy entertained the Joker Carl Club at their home on Tuesday evening. February 28. The game of "500" was played at six tables. After refreshments had been served, the prizes In burnt wood were awarded to Mrs. L. B. Smith and Dr. Smith. After the trans action of some business,, the club ad journed to meet with Mr. "and Mrs. David Davis, on Tuesday evening, March 7. at 246H Seventh street Wlnslow Meade Circle Ladles of the G. A. R gavp a Literary Entertainment at Drew Hall, on Tuesday. The Veteran Double Quartet rendered soma very en joyable selections. Miss Grey, the musi cian of the Circle, assisted by the Mc Curdy Brothers furnished excellent music and various readings were given. Baby Virgil Gratton gave a reception and a song "which pleased the audience very much. ' Portland Lodge, 201, "the Fraternal Brotherhood, gave a benefit social on Wednesday evening in CathoVc Foretf ters Hall. Sixth and Washington streets. Dancing and a programme in eluding a solo by Miss Vullleumier, reel tatlon by Miss Banfleld, solo by Mies Johnson and duet by the Downey sis ters. pleasantly occupied the time. Music waa furnished by Hod son's or chestra. An impressive ceremony took place last Monday, when Miss Anna Cody, of New York, and Miss Sallna Brown, of Grand Rapids, Mich., made their entry into re ligious life at Mount St Joseph Home. Archbishop Alexander Christie, of the Ca thedral, officiated. Henceforth Miss Cody will be known as Sister Mary Dominica and Miss Brown as Sister Mary Rollins. The Women's Auxiliary of the Rail way, Mail Service held a receutlon at tne home of Mr. and Mrs. John, Butter- worth on Wednesday evening. About 40 guests were present Miss Ham- were won by Mrs. F. H. Grant, Mr. and Mrs. Houghton and Thomas McCusker. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cotton ?ewlll were at home last evening at the charm ing Newlll Rlvervlew Academy, in South Portland. The rooms were decorated with almond blossoms and Japanese quince, ar ranged in tall Jars, besides branches of cedar and Oregon noiiy. Mrs. lyewin re ceived her guests In a gown of a shade of green which was particularly becoming and pretty. Some of the guests played whist and the presence of Parsons' orchestra, who played In the concealment of a cedar bower, made dancing very enjoyable. Ices and cakes were served In the din Ing-room, where the decorations included gay school pennants and flags, and fruit punch was served In a pretty alcove off the llvlng-rooro. The Sacred HcarUSoclal Club gave one of Its enjoyable entertainments on Friday evening, games and music occupying a part of the evening, as well as an interest ing programme of music and recitations. a On Monday evening Eureka Council. No. 20i, K. L. of S.. ' pleasantly entertained the Willamette Council, K. L. ot S., of Oregon City and their degre team which took charge of Eureka's Initiation. Mother Stanislas, provincial of the Franciscan Sisters at Fendleton, was en tertained In Portland last week by prom lncnt Catholics. Mother Stanislas, was on her way td Tacoma, Wash. The Cavaliers . gave, an enjoyable party at Larowe Hall on Friday evening, the young people dancing until midnight, to the accompaniment of excellent orchestra music. ,The marriage of Miss Mabel L. Parker to William Bittle Wells will be solemnised on Wednesday evening, March S. It is to be a quiet home wedding. Members of Mizpah Presbyterian Church were entertained very pleasantly on Friday eveniijg, at the home of Mrs. S. Eastman. SILVERFIELD'S FOURTH AND MORRISON Fashions for Spring, 1905 For Ladies, Misses and Children Are on exhibition throughout oar entire store maKing an immense display, more extensive and pleasing than erer before shown in the city. Embracing every new style upon which "Dame Fashion" has set her seal of approval. There are hmndreds of charming, refined style modes that are the very height of style elegance the best European expressions mingled with the more prac tical ideas of our own country. Spring Suits One-half of -our entire second floor is given over to our Suit and Oloai Departments, unriuch we are showing the very latest styles, and ideas in Ladies' Garments suits of Scotch plaid, fancy mixtures, tailored serge, Panama cloth and Duchess voiles. Every woman who is interested in cerrect style and splendid garments is invited and urged to visit this department. MISSES' SUITS On. ocr third floor we have the finest assortment of suits, cloaks, jackets, skirts, eta, to hs found in the city. Every one of the1 very latest fashions in little, girls wear to be found here. We are showing a few of the new arrivals in our Morrison-St. window. Covert Coats A most complete and handsome line of. Jackets for Spring in various shades of tan, in the regulation corset and coUarless styles, plain, and fancy trimmed. Spring Millinery We have spared no expense to make ours the leading millinery store of the city and a glance through, oar stock of trimmed and tailored hats, artificial flowers and veilings, noting the exclusive styles, will con vince yon that our claims to superiority are just. We have & beautiful display of tailored hats in ens Fourth-street window. RADICAL REDUCTIONS ON REPAIRING AND REMODELING OF FUR GARMENTS The new "styles for 1905-1906 in Fur Jackets, Boas, Ties and Stoles are-here. You can now bring Ln yonj fur garments for repairing and remodelisg and can have same done at reduced prices. GREAT REDUCTIONS ON ALL FUR GARMENTS Highest prices paid for Raw Furs- By selling to manufacturers, such as the Silverfield Co., you save the middlemen's profit. Experienced girls wanted in all our departments WEDDINGS. McElfresh-EwIng. The home of Mr. and Mrs. William Ewlng; at Alto Park, -was the acene of a beautiful "wedding? Friday evening. February 24, the occasion being the marrlase of their daughter, Gertrude Elizabeth, to Fred McElfresh. ' A -woddlnjr bell of feathery preen moss, -with white satin rosebuds and tulle streamers, was suspended from the ceiling-, and beneath this the cere mony was performed by Rev. R. M. Jones, of Portland." The parlor was docorated In harmon Jous shade of sreen, from the dark shining- garlands of Ivy -which almost covered the celling-,, to Hhe lighter shades offern and Oregon holly. Red tones minding- wilh the sreen en hanced, the beauty or the other rooms. Dozens of red. candies shone through rosy shades on the table, where the bridal supper was nerved. At 9 o'clock the -stately- Lohengrin TVeddinfcM arch , was ply4 by ilhs Georgia Dwlng, and the bridal party descended the stairway and took places beneath the wedding bell, where the double ring service was performoOL A -solid wall of ivy, embellished with white carnations, formed an effective background for the scene. The bride was a winsome picture in gown of white organdie, with chlf- ron trimmings, bno carnea wnue bride roses, with tulle ornaments. Miss Helen Jane Swing, sister of the bride, acted as maid of honor and Miss Annie Ewlng was bridesmaid. Both were be comingly attired In white and carried arm bouquets of pink xoeo3. Elizabeth Stevens, the tiny cousin of the bride, was ring- bearer and Mr. Fred "Wal lace, of Salem, acted as best man. About 90 gniests, several from East ern and Southern Oregon, were in at tendance. Many b'eautlful and costly gifts were received. After the ceremony a delicious sup per was served, and Mr. and Mrs. Mc Elfresh left for Portland amid ahow- ers of rice and good wishes from the guests. They left Saturday for a three weeks' trip through California. Dur ing the supper an original poem was read by Oscar Eaton, and Miss Nettie Kingrey sang a solo in an effective manner. Both the bride and f-rooin are promf- nent In Oregon Agricultural College circles. The bride waa one of Its most popular students and was salutatorian of the class of "02. Mr. McElfresh was the former fnstructor in zoology at tho college, but resigned to become super intendent of the beautiful Willows" arm. three miles out from Salem, where they will make their home af ter April 15. Loulsson-Nevvman. Tif nlfht- at h homft of th bride's mother, Mrs. Anna Newman, occurred the wedding of the younger daughter, aiiss Kwhm Vpucman. ta Mr. Julius jLoulsson. of Portland, Or. It was one of the very prettiest home weddings lmagmame, tne guests Including only relatives and a few Intimate friends. The reception-rooms of the Newman home lent themselves ad mirably to the charminsly simple decora tions of smllax and blossoms, which were beautifully arranged. The first reception- room showed a canopy of loveiy trailing tnii9Y- VvoriMfh -which the ceremonv was performed. Judge H. Z. Austin officiating. The bride was cnarmmg m ner wcaoing gown of exquisite chiffon satin, heavily embroidered and finished about the shoulders with a bertha of beautiful rose point. Her veil was caught with delicate sprays of lilies of the valley and thi3 same dainty flower combined with perfect bride roses and tulle were artistically used In the shower bouquet which, she carried, ill's Aimee Newman, the bride's sister, was maid of honor. Her pretty, brunette coloring, was in striking aon trast to the pale blue of her soft crepe gown. She carried the palest of pink car nations arranged. In shower fashion with white tulle. Dr. William louisson, of San Francisco, attended ms orotner as oesi ; man. Mr. David Newman, a brother of the bride, gave her Into the keeping or the groom. Following- the ceremony was the wedding supper. The bridal table was exceedingly dainty In its decorations of snowy bride. roses and billowy tulle. Small er tables placed through the rooms seated the guests. During the supper there were toasts given and congratulatory cable grams and telegrams read from friends In Europe, Portland and Honolulu, the for mer home of the Louusson family. Mr. and Mrs. Louisaon left Immediately for Southern California, and expect to return to their homo in Portland the first week In March. No cards. Fresno Re publican. Lovell-Wymn.-The marriage' of Miss Isabel Louis Wyman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wat eon H. Wyman, to Willard T. Lovell. of Kane. Wyo.. took place on Thursday evening. at St Mark's Church, the rec tor. Rev. John E. SInmson. performing v.. .o-nmnnv Th Virion -tens riven awav i by her father, and her bridesmaids were Miss ilanon (jnase. -miss raicier ana Miss Luetic Palmer, Ralph Hahn acting as best man. Guy Wyman, the bride's brother: Henry Humphrey, Ray Warri ner and William. Matheson were the ush ers. The bridal dress was of white crepe and lace, with bride roses arranged in a shower, and the bridesmaids wore yellow crepe and -carried yellow roses. A wed ding supper to the bridal party was served after the ceremony at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Wyman. Mrs. Lovcll's traveling, dress, lit which she looked very stunning, was of dark blue cloth, with blue- hat and big bunch of violets. Leckley-Hubbard. One of the prettiest weddings of the season was solemnized Tuesday, Feb ruary "8, at 7 P. M.. at St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Nineteenth, and Qulmby streets, when Miss Florence Hubbard, only daughter of Mr. and Mra. James Hubbard, waa united In. marriage to Frederic Perclval Leekfej. the ceremony being- performed by the rector. Rev. J. E. Simpson. The altar was daintily decorated In white and sreen, with carnations. The bride, given In marriage, by her father, was becomingly attired In a traveling gown of blue broadcloth. Her maid of hon or was Miss Mary Louise McGaw, and the' best man her brother. Russel J. .-Hubbard. Ferd McCord. Henry PruJr homme and Cheater Bergevin were ushera. Just before tho entrance of the bride and groom. Mrs. George Leakley. of Alaska. glster-in-law of the groom, sang very sweetly "Faithful and True." from "Lohengrin," ana af ter the service, when the members of the bridal party were in the vestry, she rendered a hymn by Faure. The or ganist played softly while the im pressive -service was read. Mr. an.I Mrs. Leekley left immediately for Ocean Park. Wash., followed by the best wishes of a host of friends. They will pass their honeymoon at that place with the bride's grandmother. Mrs. E. S. Southard, and will return to Portland to make their home. Many people from out of town were In at tendance at the Vedding, Including- Mr. and -Mrs. George Leekley, of Nome. Alaska, and Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord and daughter, of Tacoma, Wash. Dodd-Alexander. Miss Stella Alexander, daughter of R. Alexander, the pioneer merchant of Pen dleton, and Elmer Perry Dodd, editor of the Tribune, were married on Tuesday evening In the presence of about 50 rela tives and friends. The ceremony was conducted by Chief Justice Charles E. Wolverton; of Salem, assisted by Rev. Andreas Bard, of Walla Walla. Imme diately following the ceremony a recep tion was held at the Alexander home, over SCO friends calling to present con gratulations. The home was prettily decorated with roses, carnations, smllax and Oregon holly, and many beautiful gowns were worn. The bride received many beautiful presents, there being 120 pieces of cut glass and over J1C0O worth of solid Bilver ware. Guests were present from Port land. Salem, Independence, Heppoar, Baker City. La Grande and Joseph, and the wedding- was the most elaborate which has taken place In Pendleton. Mr. and Mrs. Dodd have gone to ITtn? Or leans to spend their honeymoon, and will be absent three weeks. Morgan-Kay. ' Miss Madge Kay, eldest daughter J Isaac Kay, of Mount Tabor, was married Saturday afternoon to Alba R- Morgan, at tho home of Rev. W. B. Randall, pas tor of the Central Baptist Church. The bride was becomingly gowned la a traveling- suit of blue, with hat to match, and she carried violets. Only the most Im mediate relatives witnessed the ceremony, after which tho young couple left on the 6:15 train for Spokane, where they will make their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan leave a host of warm friends, who wish them much happiness. Slegenthaler-Whlte. Samuel Slegenthaler, of Portland, and Miss Fannlo White, of Salem, were united in marriage at Salem recently, Rev. Henry A. Harden, of Portland, .officiating, assisted by the bride's brother, Lorenzo White. The wedding was attended by a large company of guests. Miss Edna White, a niece ot the bride, presided at the piano and. beautifully rendered the wedding march from "Lohengrin." as the - irTmn.i i - -. m m QTbe highest type of FAMILY SEWING MACHIN E the embodiment of SIMPLICITY and UTILITY the ACME of CONVENIENCE. Don't Use Poor Oil For use on sewing-machines, writing machines, bicycles and all purposes requiring a fine lubricant the best is cheapest in the end. 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