The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, March 19, 1905, PART THREE, Page 20, Image 20

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infr. delicious refreshments beinff served
later. Oa departing- the guests -wished
Mr. ilcRae many happy returns of the
Say, and voted Mr. and Mrs. Gay very
charming entertainers. Those present
were: Mr. and Mrs. D. A. McKae. parents
of Harry -McRae; Mr. and Mre. EL C
Davis. Mlpses ChrlKel and Marie Zim-
j merman. Miss T. Cornelius. Miss Xiles,
Mr. and Mrs. L. Rosenblatt. Mr. G. Ros-
j enblatt. Mlsa RajvHarrls. Miss I. Cralc.
j Mr. and Mrs. H. Stipe, Miss May Thom
as. Mrs. M. Lewis. Miss W. Lewis. Misses
Cramer. Gus Cramer. Mr. and Mrs. G.
Sharpc, Miss Korten, Messrs. H. Harris.
ueorge Jasnman, Harry Burrows and E.
The "Woman's Home and Foreign Mis
sionary Society, of the First Presbyterian
Church, gave one of the most enjoyable
or socials on Tuesday afternoon, in the
chapel, which teas decorated very daintily
In yellow and green. The annual meet
ing preceded the social hour. Mrs. Dun
ning leading the opening exercises. Mrs.
G. 3. Cellars. Mrs. Fletcher Linn and
Miss Grace Gilbert sang, and their se
lections were greatly appreciated. Mrs. I.
Vanduyn was In charge of the arrange
ments for the social, her assistants being
Mrs. Wright. Mrs. Dalzell, Mrs. King and
Mrs. Hill, who presided at the dainty
tea table. The officers elected -were:
President. Mrs. H. S. Butterfleld: first
vice-president, Mrs. Dunning; second vice
president, Mrs. E. B. Coman: third vice
president, Mrs. I. Vanduyn: secretary.
Miss Mary Lamberson: corresponding
secretary, Mrs. W. B. Gilbert; treasurer,
Mrs. Caroline A. Ladd.
T. PATRICK'S day was the occa
sion of numerous Informal enter
tainments, and the other days of
the week had their share of social
activity, in spite of the faft that j
Ient is here. However, what is
going on Is for the most part In
club life, and the. clubs of the city have
been 'holding meetings of more than j
usual interest Members of the board of
the City Federation met with Mrs. Lu
Samuel on Thursday to discuss plans for
work in conneption with the Iewis and
Clark Exposition, and heard a message
from the president. Mrs. Rose Hoyt. who
is now in Arizona, announcing that the
committee who will have charge of all re
captions and public entertainment will be
the Federation. They are: Mr?. P. J.
Mann, "Woman's Club; Mrs. S. M. Blu
mauer. Council of Jewish "Women; Mrs.
A. H. Willett, John Ivey Water Color
Club; Miss E. K. Matthews. Froebol As
sociation; Miss Caroline Barnes. Teach
ers' Club, and Mrs. L. H. WclL?, Brooklyn
Mothers' and Teachers' Club.
Tho Sanarjee Circle, organized to help
Mrs. Sukhoda Banarjce in hor new school
for girl wives and widows in Calcutta,
met on Monday at the homo of Mrs.
Abigail Scott Dunlway. Mrs. Banarjee's
school Is to be of the same fort as the
one started by Pundita Ramabai, and her
Portland friends are devoting themselves
earnestly to helping her maintain the
work. The circle will be entertained on
April 3 at the home of the secretary. Mrs.
Edward Alden Beals.
The class -for the study of the Apochry
pha. met on Wednesday iu tho Selling
Hirsch building. Mrs. Bon Selling read
a paper on the book of Ecclesiastlcus, and
as she has studied this subject thoroughly
ehe made her paper most interesting,
reading also passages from the book.
The Tuesday Afternoon Club was enter
tained last week at tne nome or tne pres
ident. Mrs. Warren White, on Hall street.
Aftpr thft cnrtal hour, flurlnir which a
dainty luncheon was served, the meeting
was called to order and the programme
announced by the hostess, those taking
part Including Mrs. George Dunham, Mrs,
J. D. Hayes, Mrs. Florence E. S tailings.
Mrs. F. M. Miles, Mrs. B. F. Manley, Mrs.
George Boynton, Mrs. Robert Smith, Mre.
James Tifft and Mrs. Mcrwln Pugh. The
quotations were from the "Franklin
Tales." Mrs. Robert Smith will entertain
the club tit the next meeting, at 395 Grand
A mery gathering of the members of
profusion, and with the bright sprays of
flowering currant. The contest for the
pretty prizes -was a spirited one. First
prize was captured by Miss Helen Ellers.
and "consolation" fell to Mrs. Sweeney.
The club will next be entertained by O.
C Thornton.
Mrs. Frank J. Hard gave a reception
on Wednesday evening for her daugh
ter. Miss Franc Luclle Hard, the en
tertainment being a very charming
one. The parlors -were decorated with
ferns and flowers, the prevailing colors
being white, yellow and pink, and in
the hall palms and ferns were effect
ively arranged. An orchestra, hidden
behind a screen of palms and vines.
provided delightful music for the
guests' pleasure throughout the even
ing. Miss Henton received with the
hostess and her daughter."
Miss Palmer entertained on Tuesday
afternoon in Willamette Heights, an j
enjoyable afternoon being spent in
playing "500." Miss Harder won first
prize. Those present were: Miss Coe,
Mrs. Frank Doojy. Mrs. Fred Lolnen
weber. Miss Doernbecher. Mrs. Coch
ran. Mrs. Goodwin, Mrs. W. Bailey.
Miss Stackpole. the Misses Sue and
Pearl Harder, Miss Broughton. Mrs. H.
T. Clark, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Robinson.
Mrs. Gus Phunder and Miss Ethel
The ,basket social given by Lincoln
Garfield Relief Corps, No. 19. was a
pleasant and successful entertainment
of Tuesday evening. Whist was
played by the veterans and corps mem
bers until time to dispose of the bas
kets, which were auctioned by Com
rade McDevItt. Supper was served at
a large table, dancing followed and the
evening closed with the singing of old
Army songs. "America" ended the
St. Johns Lodge, Modern Brotherhood
of America, gave & dance on Monday
evening In Blcknera Hall, many guests
being In attendance. The hall was at
tractively decorated. Everest's orchestra
furnished brilliant music.
The Aqua Pura Wisteria Club was en
tertained by Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kennedy,
at their residence In Sunnyeide, on Satur-
which were a very lifelike collection of
characters from newspaper "funny pages,"
and Lewis and Clark camping in the
Oregon wilderness were found very en
tcrtainlng. Refreshments were served in
a dainty green and white booth by the
Mlswes Alice and Gertrude Hutchinson
O. A. Koch. Chester Walton. Fred Kel
son, I. P. Reynolds and Louis Rice were
the committee of arrangements.
A social arid entertainment was given
at the White Temple Friday. March 17.
by the young ladies of the V. I. A. and
by "Martin's Men." two large classes
of young people. The large Sunday
school hall was lavishly decorated with
long festoons of ?;rcen paper, while
green shades, ferns and plants, all car
rying out the color scheme in honor of
the day, added to the attractiveness.
More than 400 young members of the
class organizations and their guests
enjoyed an hour of sociability, after
which the following programme was
given: Prayer. Dr. Brougher; piano
solo. Miss Queenie King; reading. Miss
Rual Shearer; vocal solo. Miss Bessie
Bleick; flute solo. .MIss Inez Bushnell;
vocal solo. Miss Archambeau; reading.
Miss Leota Siegner; vocal solo, II. E.
Martin. Some happy remarks by Dr.
Brougher. who presided, brought the j
the evening was tho long line of
couples, marching around the room to
bright music. Just before repairing to
tho parlor, whore lemonade and wafers
were served.
Mount Hood Circle, Women of Wood
craft, entertained the members of Port
land Camp and Webfoot Camp on Tues
day evening in the Eaet Side Woodmen's
Hall. Part of the evening was spent in
dancing, supper was daintily served and
the guests were entertained by a short
musical programme and an exhibition
drill by Mount Hood Circle's field team.
Miss Hazel Contz. Miss Marie Glnnich and
Miss Gladys Chamberlain gave "piano se
lections, and Mrs. W. Spencer and Ira
Routledge sang, Mrs. Spencer's selection
being "In the Shade of the Old Apple
Tree," and Mr. Routlodge'a "Love's Old,
Sweet Song."
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph B. Steinbach cele
brated their silver wedding anniversary
on Thursday evening, when about 260 of
their friends called to present their con
gratulations. Tho reception was of elab
orate arrangement, the lower floor hav
ing been lavishly decorated with pink and j ,..,.
white roses, pink and white azaleas and I A delightful party was given Tuesday
an abundance of foliage, in which evening by Mr. and Mrs. John Gay. 375
twinkled hundreds of tiny Incandescent Fourteenth strcnt. in honor of their grand
lights. A buffet supper was served and in ! fon- Ia?" A- McSc' the occasion being
the hall was stationed an orchestra. I hls 15th birthday. The parlors were beau
which furnished enjoyable music during ! tifully decorated with palms, evergreens
the evening. ' and Japanese lanterns. Dancing, games
. 1 and several vocal and Instrumental selec-
The farewell dance of the officers of the 1 tionw occupied the early part of the even-
Nineteenth Infantry was given Wednes
day evening in the now gymnasium at
Vancouver Bnrracke. The regimental or
chestra played the grand march at 9
o'clock, and dancing continued until
morning. Supper was announced
night by mess call. The tables
in the chapel, arranged in horsoshoo form
and decorated with carnations.
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Miss Pearl Arvilla Peters" marriage to Dr. J. H. Davis took place on
Wednesday evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Peters, 549 Madison street, the ceremony being of such charming arrange
ment as to make it an Ideal home wedding. Rev. William E. Randall, of
the Central Baptist Church, officiated, the maid of honor was Miss Josle
Bice, and G. A. Clark was best man. The decorations .were of palms,
sword ferns, bride roses and callas. Miss Brooks played the bridal hymn
from "Lohengrin" as the bridal party came In, the bride looking very at
tractive in her gown of white ceclllan, over white satin, with orange
blossoms in hor veil, and bouquet of bride roses. Miss Bice wore white
silk organdy over white silk, with bouquet of pink carnations. During
the ceremony the Misses Sutherland sang "O, Perfect Love," and during
the Informal reception which followed the guests were entertained by
Miss Inger Loy, whose songs were also appropriate and f charming.
About 80 guests, relatives and Intimate friends were present. Dr. and Mrs.
Davis arc spending their honeymoon in California and after April 15 will
be at home on Russell street.
the "Jolly Whist Club" was held on Fri
day evening at the home of Mrs. W. IL
Mankln, 632 First street. Tho house was
xmarmlngly decorated for the. occasion
and in honor of the day the prevailing
color scheme was In tones of green. Ore
gon holly and native ferns being used In
rch at 9 j
intil early t
l at mid- ! I
were st 1 I
Miss Clara Mozer Hartclle sang the j !
"Sacajawea Lullaby," composed by Miss ! I
Ziphorah Harris, of this city, at tho meet- I 4
Ing of the art and travel department of
the Seattle Century Club on Friday, when )
the topic for the programme was the j t
Lewis and Clark Exposition. i
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Mrs. W. A. Knight entertained Infor- , j
malty Friday evening at her residence, in 1
honor of Mrs. Fletcher Linn, who re- T
cently returned from an Eastern visit. , I
very pleasant evening was passed, and i
dainty refreshments were served. j f
Parsons' orchestra played delightfully T
for the New Century CiuU's last party, I
at which there was a largo attendance. I
J. A. Wils-on. E. J. Jaeger and G. A i
Hards were the committee In charge of
the dance. I f
Mr. C Friendly, Irs. Sigmund Cohn, j J
Mr. J. Rosenthal and Miss Cella Frimd- I
ly. who are enjoying a California trip, re- J
celved their San Francisco friends last i j
week at the Dorchester Hotel.
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Colorwl Hawkins' was in charge of tho j 1
John Burroughs Society's first Spring out- ! 'I
ing, which the members enjoyed yester- J
day, starting for the country at2 o'clock. 7
Mrs. Abe Meier entertained the Whist .
Club on Friday at her heme on Tenth
street. Prizes were won by Mrs. L Low- ' J
cngart and Mrs. H. Motzger. I f
Mrs. Julius I Louisson. whe has re
turned from California, received with .Mrs.
Guetav Simon on. Monday at the Hotel
Portland. -. - -
The "Minute Men" were at home to
their friends in the church parlors ot the
First Congregational Church on the even- t
ing of St Patrick's day. It was the las: J
of a series of unique entertainments plr- -I
en by this popular club and quite sua- ' i
talned the expectations of the throngs of
guests. After a half hour of introduc
tions and social chat, the company was
readings. Thre Included "Dear Old Ire- i I
l$nd" and "Mavourecn." baritone soles 1 i
by Chester Chase; comet solo by Frank J f
Jones, whose accompanist was Miss Flor- j J
ence Walton; "Mrs. O'Flanlgan on Roller,! J
Skates" and "The Bugle Call." read by, 4
Miss Anna Walsh; "Mr. Dooley With I
the Grip" and "FInnegan's Report to
Flannlgan," by Miss Blanche Lucky. '
Afterward the guests were treated to "a ) t
trip to "Donnebrook Fair." where the j 1
patron saint was very much Jn evidence. ' i
An Irish gypsy camp with fortune toller: S I
s mystery booth, displaying some vory I 4
'remarkable exhibits"; the waxwerkif, j t
A favorite Portland singer who returns here from San Francisco broad
ened in hor art and reportolre. Is Mrs. Lambert Whltehurst nee Susie
Gambell. soprano. She has spent nearly a year In San Francisco, study-'
Ing with Madame C&rrlngton. under whose training her voice, which Is a
coloratura soprano, has wonderfully Improved. Mrs. Whlteburst received
her early education iu this city at the Harrison. Park and High Schools
She has sung with credit to herself In the choirs of Grace Methodist. Cente
nary Methodist. First Unitarian and different Presbyterian and Congre
gational churches.
day evening. March 1L Mrs. Thomas
Darting. W. R. Griffith, Mrs. O. F. Wick
line and W. A. Dalzell received
prises. Refreshments were served.
and vocal and Instrumental music com
plcted the. entertainment for the evening.
Vocal solos were rendered very acceptably
by O. F. WIckllne and Miss Lulu WIckline
The Z. B. R. S. Club entertained at the
East Side Woodmen's halt on Monday
evening. Parsons' orchestra providing mu
sic for the dance, which many young peo
ple attended. Llewellyn F. Buck, Will
lam Rueppell. William Sandcrcock, Jr..
and Frank E. Smith were the committee
of arrangement, and Mrs. M. U. Zeit
fuchs. Mrs. EL S. Brown, Mrs. G. B. Ar
lington and Mrs. Marlon E. Butler were
Dr. and Mrs. C. G. Smith entertained the
Joker Card Club on Tuesday evening.
Ward Downs, W. H. McCorquodale.
Miss Shannahan. Miss Geer. Mrs. J.. C,
Allard and Mrs. S. S. McMillan were
guests of the club. Prizes were won by
Mrs. S. S. McMillan, of Hoqulara. Wish.
and G. J. Cleeton. The club will meet
with Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Cleeton on March
21, at 273H Fourteenth street.
i A delightful social was given Wednes
' day afternoon In the parlors of the Grace
l Methodist Episcopal Church, a very In
teresting programme being carried out
Mrs. P. J. Mann gave a bright talk on a
visit to Palestine, and Mrs. E. S. Silver
, thorn Hang In a charming manner. Host-
James and Mrs. Richmond Kelly.
Multnomah Camp Degree Team. No.
gave one of Its successful parties In the
W. O. W. Hall. East Sixth and Jast Alder
streets, last Saturday evening. Their next
5 party will be a fancy drill ball, to be
. given on March 25. This will be the same
drill that this team will put on In Los
' Angeles at the head camp session of the
W.'O. W., In April.
The Present Day Club met on Tuesday
at the home of Mrs. E. Nelson Allen, 204
East Twelfth .street. A programme which
4 the club found most Interesting Included
' a discussion of current events, a paper on
j the "Home Life of George Eliot." by Mrs.
II. Morgan, and a paper on "Salads," by
Mrs. F. E. Bishop.
A very enjoyable birthday party was
given on Thursday evening, in honor of
Miss Mary Bergman, of Gardner. Or., on
J the occasion of her sixteenth birthday, a
ine nome 01 ner aunt, mtb. trca Moy. or
Ms.rqua.rn Hill. Games and music were
enjoyed In until a late hour, when supp:
was served.
Mrs. S. W. Hicfcllng entertained the
Daisy Whist Club last Monday evening
at her home, Z4 East Nocth Fourteenth
street. Prizes were won by Cyril Lea
man and Mr. Gllman. The club will
meet at the home of Mrs. Gllman, Dni
verslty Park, March 27.
Seventy-nine of the 100 candidates
appeared -for Initiation In Portland
Lodge, No. 102, Modern Foresters, on
Monday evening. The social commit
tee furnished refreshment for the
members after the Initiatory cere
monies. Archbishop Alexander Christie. Accom
panied by Rev. C. Lenlhan, bishop of
Spring Millinery
True art in millinery is as evident in the Silverfield Millinery Parlor as the hand
of a Rubens in our famous art galleries.. The superb gathering of 1905's most
beautiful hat creations which we have brought to Portland to delight your eye is a
fitting tribute to the efforts we have made to secure tho season's most artistic pro
ductions. Art, you know, can exist in the medium-priced hat of the lady, as well
as in the one which requires more lavish expenditure; and style and art have com
bined to make every hat which we can offer you for the new season distinctive unto
itself. So far we have been only making announcements of advance displays but
on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 23, 24 and 25, we will hold our formal
"Grand Spring Opening," and all indications point to its being THE millinery
opening of the Portland season.
In Our Suit Salons
"We received yesterday an immense shipment of the very latest
Suits and Covert Jackets for Spring suits in the jacket, blouaei
Norfolk, Eton and tight-fitting styles, of the finest broadcloth?,
coverts, tweeds, cheviots and serges; also an immense assortment of silk Shirtwaist Suits of all desirable colors,
of extra fine taffeta silk. Prices, $20.00 to? $75.00. v
. Covert Jackets, in the collar and coUarless styles, with plain and strapped jpeams in all shades
of tan, $7.50 to $25.00.
We have a beautiful line of new Waists, of silk and cotton, for you to choose from the very lat
est designs. Prices, $1.50 to $12.50.
New NecKweaf
We place on sale on Monday a sample line of. the
very latest creations in Neckwear. Hundreds of
styles. An opportunity to secure a beautiful piece
of Neckwear at about one-half its value.
New Hosiery 19c
We are offering a great value in our finest grades
of fast black Cotton Hose, full-fashioned and extra
long Stockings that always sell for from 25c to 50c
pair, at, per pair 19
Radical Reductions on Repairing and Remodeling of Fur Garments
The new styles for 1805-1906 in Pur Jackets, Boas, Ties and Stoles are here. You can nof bring in your
Pur Garments and have them repaired or remodeled at reduced rates.
We pay the highest prices for raw furs By selling to manufacturers such
as the Silverfield Co., you save the middlemen's profits.
Great Falls, and Rev, John Carrol, bishop
of Helena, vas entertained at dinner re
cently at Columbia university, me stu
dents were granted a holiday In honor of
tho zuests visit, and the noura -were
passed In playing baseball by tho various
teams. In the evening the Senior Literary
Club gave a brilliant programme of mu
sic and readings.
Mrs. D. Scott and the members of the
Reds." Ladies' Aid Society of the MIz-
pah Presbyterian Church, were hostesses
at a charming tea. which was given the
first of the week at tho home of Mrs.
Scottt Brooklyn Addition.
Miss Mignon Chase entertained a few
young people on the ovenlng of St. Pat
rick a day at her home in Irvlngton,
games and music making a very pleasant-
evening. Ferns and wild currants were
the decorations, and Ice cream was served
In shamrock cups.
The Clover Art Club has hpld three very
Interesting working sessions during the
last two weeks at the home of the lead
er, Mrs. J. P. Wager. The Interest as
well as the ability of the members of thi3
hard-working club is growing with each
Arbutus Circle. Wonlcn of Woodcraft,
entertained about 100 guest last evening
In the ScIling-IIIrsch building. A daintily
served supper was followed by dancing.
WIckham were married In St. Matthew's
Chjrch last Wednesday evening, the cere
mony being performed by the Rev. W. A.
M. Breck. Alfred WIckham was best man
and Miss Mabel WIckham the bridesmaid.
Miss Sarah Stringer presided at the organ.
A reception was given Mr. and Mrs. Mc
Clelland at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
Colwell, on Corbett street.
Poley-Gilbe v
The wedding of Miss Edith P. Gilbert
and Dr. A. F, Poley was solemnized at
the residence of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. S. E. Gilbert, on Tuesday eve
ning. March 14. in the presence of rela
tives and a small number of friends.
After a short trip they will leave for
Eastern Oregon, where Dr. Poley has
business interests, and remain part of the
Mr. and Mr?. Lewis Busenberg, of San
Francisco, have announced the engage
ment of their daughter. Minnie Blanche,
to Caston G. Jacobs', of Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Clark announce
tho engagement of their niece. Agnes
E. Todd, to J. Horace Stiles. The wed
ding Is to take place on April 3.
The marriage of Miss Bella Marks,
daughter of Mrs. Eliza Marks, to Lewis
Newman Rosenbaum will take place this
Wickham-Doerges. i
An dmpresslvo wedding took place at
tho First Baptist Church, when Miss Car
rie Mae Doorgcs. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Doerges, was united In mar
riage to J. Osmond WIckham. the Rev.
Ray Palmer officiating. The bride wore
champagne ctamlno over taffeta and tne
maid of honor. Miss Mabel WIckham,
was daintily gowned In a pearl gray. Im
mediately after the ceremony the bridal,
party went to the Wickham- residence,
where an informal reception was neia.
Mr. and Mrs. WIckham left on the even
ing train for British Columbia and Puget
Sound points. Upon their return they
wlll reside In Portland.
On Sunday, March 12. one of the pret
tiest of home weddings took place at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. A, Dickey,
when their daughter, Alta, was married
to William F. Laver, both bride and
groom being residents of Government
Island. Oregon. Rev. Mr. Smith, of
Fisher, Wash., officiated- Miss Ida La
ver, the groom's sister, was bridesmaid,
and Walter HIckey was best man. The
bride's gown was of whlto silk, with
orange blossoms. After the wedding
supper Mr. and Mrs. Laver left for Port
land and their new home at Clatskanle,
Miss Ora Rlnehart. daughter of Mr. and
Mre. J. H. Rlnehart. was married on
Thursday to E. C. Vanderhoof, the mar
rlage taking place at the- home- of the
bride's parents. 1313 East Fourteenth
street North. The Rev. J. F, Ghormley
officiated. The bride was handsomely
gowned in white and carried a bouquet
of valley lilies. Only Immediate relatives
were present. Mr. and Mrs. Vanderhoof,
will e at home to their friends after
March IS, at 803 Nelson street.
The marriage of Miss Beulah Henrietta
Ford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
T. Ford, to Otho Clarke Lelter, city editor
of The Oregonlan, took place at St.
Mark's .Episcopal Church. Seattle, on
Monday, March 13. Rev. J. P. D. Llwyd
read the marriage service in the presence
Jof a few friends and relatives. The bride
wore hor traveling gown of gray doth,
with gray hat and violets. Mr. and Mrs.
Lelter will be at home after April 15 at
395 Washington street.
. A pretty wedding was solemnized at
tho home of Mrs. E. Roberts. COO ciay
street. last Thursday evening, when Miss
Antoinette Johnson and Martin A. Reier
were united In the holy bonds of matri
mony. Rev. Mr. Renhard officiating. Mr.
and Mrs. Reier will be at home to their
friends after June 1 at Peach. W ash.
Joseph McClelland and Miss Sarah M
h Skin of Beauty is a Joy forever
The annual tea of tho Old Ladies' Home
Society will be held on Easter Monday In
the- parlors of the Hobart-Curtls. an at
tractive programme being now In process
of arrangement.
San Greal Christian Endeavor Society
will hold Its annual social next Monday
evening in the parlors of the First Pres
byterian Church. Twelfth and Alder
streets. The following officers will be
installed: President, C. A. Williams; vice
president, George L. Settlemler; recording
secretary, Miss Daphne Hills; correspond
ing secretary. Miss Sadie Stephenson;
treasurer. C. F. Wright; pianist. Miss
Lillian Deerlng; assistant. Miss Grace
Cameron: historian, C. L. Reed; elder,
Dr. E. P. Mossman.
Mre. Charles Nelson will entertain the
Ladies' Aid Society of Norwegian Luthe
ran Church next Wednesday afternoon at
her residence, 449 Larrabee street.
Woman's Auxiliary of Multnomah Typo-
eraDhlcal Union will site a whist party
Tuesday evening, March 21. at Oddfellows'
Hall. A plsasing programme will be pre
sented. The Patton Home's monthly tea will ba
held on Tuesday afternoon, March 2L a
programme which Includes many attrac
tive numbers having been arranged for
the entertainment of the old ladles and
their friends, all of whom are Invited to
be present. Miss Jessie Kcnyon, whose
piano playing was so much appreciated
at the last tea, will have several selec
tions, and pupils of Mrs. Edward Alden
Beali will also contribute to the pro
gramme. Mre. Edna Joy Morehead, Mte.i
Lenna Wenderoth and Master Tom Dob
son will sing. Miss Zlpporah Harris, vio
linist, will play and little Miss Marguerite
Egbert will recite.
Former residents of the State of Illinois
now in Portland and the Oregon country
are urgently requested to send a postal
card containing their former and present
address (in case of married women give
maiden as well as married name) to the
membership committee of the Illinois So
ciety, 615 Chamber of Commerce building.
The names are desired for the roster now
being prepared by the society for use of
.visitors from Illinois to the World's Fair.
A prompt response to this call will be of
great assistance to the committee in
The- "International Convention of Fed
erated Clubs Of the Buttlnskys" will be
held at the Woman's eClub on Friday aft
ernoon, March 24, under the auspices of
tho Parliamentary Department.
Dr. and Mrs. George Croswell Cre&sey
will give an Informal reception to mem
bers of the Unitarian Parish on the eve
ning of Friday, March 24, at S o'clock.
All members of the congregation, old and
young, are cordially invited to ba present.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Logan have been
spending- the week in Seattle.
Mrs. Sr. Keyes and Miss Keyes were
entertained In Seattle last week.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Crowe returned on
Friday to their home at The Dalles.
Miss Hortenso Courlaender. of Balti
more, Is a guest at the Hobart-Curtls.
Mrs. W. L. Brldgford. of Olympla,
Wash., is being entertained In Portland.
" Mrs. Otto Hirsch returned last week
from a three months visit In California.
Miss Esther Cox returned on Tuesday
last after a six weeks' visit with rela-
Plant. only the best. The best are
to be had at
1 180 Milwaukie Ave., Portland, Or.
Catalogue mailed .free to any address. Telephone East 13S. Sell
wood cars pass the nurseries. Visitors are welcome to inspect
the stock.
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MACHIN E the embodiment ot biMfL.i(Ji l y
Are sold only by SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO., dealing-
directly from Maker to User. They are aow feeing sold
at Lower Prices
Also t&e Best OU, Nscdlcs, Belts, etc., of wbica we carry a
larger stock
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dealer. and we are "oa the swt" to give careful attention te
all customers.
Sb!dOri!yrat Singer Stores
354 Morrison Street -
402 Washington Street 4 Portland? Ort
540 Williams Ave., East Side J