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About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 3, 1905)
EVERYONE Is oxpocting a week or
two of comparative quiet bofore the
soekU affairs that are pure to maVk
the close of the Exposition come. Those
who have not visited the art galleries
as often as they had intended, or -who
have delayed looking Into this or that
exhibit of especial interest, may make the
most of the coming- two weeks. For, If
thb Lewis and Clark Exposition follows
tJ pace set by its predecessors the last
Tew weeks of its existence will bo filled
with a gay succession of "good-bye" din
ners, receptions, teas, lunches and ever'
-other known form of social function.
There are no symptoms of this coming
gaiety as yet, but it is quite sure to take
place. Coincident with these, the early
Fall affairs that mark the home-coming
of Portia riders who havo been at the
beaches will begin, so that late September
ad early October In town is likely to be
The reception given in honor of Dr. Har
ris en Thursday evening proved to be as
cordial and as enjoyable as that held not
long before in honor of Professor Bald
win. Ample preparations were made to
take care of a large number of guests,
and the Massachusetts building as well
as the Oregon State building opened its
hospitable doors. The receiving party
stood ready to welcome guests in the
large downstairs hall of the Oregon State
building. Profossor Robinson made the
Introductions. Those receiving were
President ana Mrs. T. Jefferson Myers,
Professor and Mrs. Ackerman, Commis
sioner and Mrs. Wilson H. Fojrbank.
Many leading educational men of Oregon
were present to meet JDr. Harris, among
them being Dr. Wilson, of the Portland
Academy, Dr. Hill and numerous college
profoscors. Miss Barnes and Miss God
dard. of the Portland High School, with
other teachers, assisted In serving punch.
Dr. Harris, in talking to a small group of
people at the close of the reception, de
clared that he had never in the course of
his professional career addressed any moro
sympathetic or appreciative audience than
that which nad greeted him in Portland.
Regret was expressed that Dr. Draper,
Dr. Soldon. President Wheeler and other
distinguished educational guests of the
wfek had left the city before .the evening
of the reception.
Over In the Massachusotts building on
Thursday evening Mrs. Falrbank,. assist
ed by Mrs. Reid, Mrs. Perkins and other
ladies, dispensed choeolale, cakes' and
cream in hospitable fashion to the large
number of cuests who wpnt tbiiti
the Oregon building after having paid
their respects to Dr. Harris. Mr. How
ard Rogers came in late and was cor
dially greeted Those who hpard Mrs.
Rogers sing at St. Louis last year were
sorry to learn that that lady had not
made the trip to Portland with her hus
band. The reception given by the Japanese
Commissioners and morchants on Thurs
day nftornoon .iln the Oolong tea house
was largely attended. Evidently the Jap
anese themselves enjoyed to the full their
country's day. , One young Jap who was
serving ice cream went through the room
saying: "Ice cream, 30 cents; ice cream, 30
cents. No! No! All free today," always
smiling at his own joke. A generous
, collation was served with the ices and
' tho tea.
The Japanese reworks on Thursday
evening attracted many local people who
went cut for dinner at the New York
State building. Mrs. Mary Phelps Mont
gomery, who is homo from her Eastern
trip, entertained a party that evening, In
cluding Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hardee
and Mrs. Stewart, mother of Mrs. Hardee.
President and Mrs. Goode had a family
dinner at the building, including, of
course, Mrs. Spencer-Brown and Miss
Spencer-Brown, both of whom were
gowned in extremely modish style. Miss
Holen Goode and Master Henry Gpode,
Dr. and Mrs. K. A. J. Mackenzie and the
Mackenzie young folks" were out. An
interesting family patty-was the Tom
Kerrs. with Peter Kerr- and his flanceeV
Miss Laurhj King.
Mrs. -Joseph N. Teal gave a tea .on Fri-'
day afternoon in "honor of Mrs. Irwin, of
Illinois, snd Miss Mary Cox, of -Washington.
D. C. The decorations were in
white and green, the flowers being roses.
About 22S Invitations were sent out for
Ihls affair. At the tea tables Mrs. James
Laidlaw. Mrs. Glesy, Mrs. Walter Smith
and Mrs. Shindler presided. Miss Ella
Hlrsch dispensed punch. The young girls
assisting were Caroline Kamm. Miss Os
born. Leslie Knapp, Etta Honeyman,
Frances Warren, Miss von Volten and
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman R. Martineau,
of Salt Lake City, who have been the
guests of Mr. and Mrs.. W. A. Mears,
left for their home on Thursday.
Mrs. W A. Mears gave a luncheon
on Saturday, August 2C, in honor of
Mrs. Gilbert McClurg. who Is a kins
woman of hers. Those Invited to meet
Mrs. McClurg were: Mrs. Re! J of
Boston, Mrs. Stephen Wiley, of Cali
fornia, and Mrs. Morris Palmer. Dec
orations were In yellow, tho flowers
being nasturtiums and gladioli. An
Interesting feature of this gathering
-o iofact thai many aotabls qxk&h-.
izatlons were represented. . Mrs. Mears
haj also invited Lady -von Ryillngs
vard, representing the Order of Run-
nymetii, and Mrs. Montgomery, state.
resoni ox uie a. out tnesc ladies
wero unirblo to bo present.' ' '
Already there Is a stir in the air,
foretelling the return home of many
Portlanders, who have been at the
beaches, or othorwise vacationing-. The
J. Wosley Ladds are oxpocted back on
Tuosday. Mrs. Morten Insley, Mrs.
Richard Koehler, Mrs. Solomon Hlrsch
and her daughters nre already among
the returning ones. It Is believed that
many will return earlier this season, in
order to be present at the many social
events which are suro to mark the
closing of the Exposition season.
On Saturday afternoon, August 26.
MIks von Destlnon gave a bridge
party for tho Misses Flowor. There
were four tables. xMiss Nan Wood and
Miss May Montgomory captured the
Dr. Harris, Commissioner' of Educa
tion, found old-time friends here dur
ing his visit to PortlanJ. Mrs. W. A.
Mearsf who was formerly a member
of Dr. Harris class In philosophy In
St. Louis, informally entertained him.
as she also did Dr. Solomon, her form
er teacher. Mrs. Mears sent flowers
to the auditorium every day of the
Press dispatches from Pekin an
nounce that tho Dowager Empress of
China is having a 'palace especially pre
pared for the reception and entertain
ment of Miss Alice Roosevelt, whom
she has invited ' to bo her guest.
Apropos of this interesting informa
tion, one recalls the story of Miss Kate
Carl, who was the 'guest of Her Im
perial Majesty in China for 11 months.
Miss Carl Is declared to havo been the
only foreigner to be a resident guest
nt the Chinese court since the day of
Marco Polo, S0 or so years ago. Miss
Can was painting the portrait of the
Dowager Empress for exhibition at tho
St. Louis Exposition.. In a' forthcom
ing number of the. Century Magarine
she is to detail her experiences as the
guest of the Empress. If Miss Roose
velt should reside under the same roof
with the- Empress An, she would nave
the distinction of belng the only woman
in the worki besides Miss Carl so hon
ored. TheVo seems to be no doubt
about the friendliness of Her Imperial
Majesty of China tqwardi Americans.
Mrs. Mary Phelps Montgomery, -who
went East to attend the final meeting
of the Board of Lady Managors for tho
Louisiana Purchase Exposition, brings
back the gratifying information
gratifying to all women who take
pride In .the business ability of their
sex that the board had to Its credit
2G.G00 to turn over to the Exposition
directors. It will be remembered that
the Board of Lady Managers was
granted $100.000 for its expenditures.
When it is taken into account that a
large dumber of elnborate and ex
pensive social functions were given by
the board, and that i(t had many ex
penses to meet. It Is matter for warm
congratulation that only- three-fourths
of that amount was expended. Mrs.
Montgomery .was chairman of the
board's auditing committee.
Mrs. Walter Smith entertained yes
terday with a card parfy in honor of Mrs.
James Flower, of New York. Mrs. Che
nery. of San Francisco, and Mrs. Van-
Winkle, who Is visiting Mrs. Gauld lor
a few weeks.
Mrs. Charles Cbenery entertained with
a delightful card party .this week in
honor of Mrs. Chenerv. from San .Fran-
clsxo. .and . Jfcfc, j.Jwaes.s. FiDjv& , qJ
York. Bridge whist was played at four
tabloa Mrs. William Alvgrd received the
first prize, a handsome satin workbox,
and Mm Laldlawthe second, a beautiful
Indian basket. Later in the day several
frleads called to Join In o'clock tea,
President and Mrs. H. W. Goode gave
a dinner last Sunday evening at the New
York State Building, their guests being
the Spencer-Browns, Mr. John Barrett
and Mr. Barstow, of New. York. After
dinner the company drove to President-!
Goode's home, whore Miss Dorethy Brown
sang most dolightfully. Mies Brown has
a charming and highly trained voice,
having studied with famous Parisian mas
ters. Those of Mrs. Goodc's friend? who
have heard Miss Brown sing are saying
very flattering things about the sweet
ness of her voice. Mrs. Spencer-Brown
and Miss Brown are leaving Portland
some timo during the coming week, prob
ably on Wednesday. Their going will be
much regretted by those who have had
the pleasure of meeting them during the
fow weeks they have been here.
Several very pleasant affairs have been
given during the past week .in honor of
Mrs. Charles Gifford Gibbons, of Los
Angeles, who has been the guest of her
sister, Mrs. L. H. Maxwell, of East Tay
lor street. On Tuesday afternoon Mrs.
Sanderson Reed, of 1115 Thurman street,
gave a tea at which Mrs. Sargont poured
and Miss Bertine Armstrong and Mlss
Brodlc assisted. On Thursday. Mrs. Max
well gave a tea,, at which about forty
guests were present. Mrs. A. W. Lam
bert pouredt Miss Wilton, Ml.s Clark.
Mlas Felt and Miss Brodle asensted. Mu
sical entertainment was furnished by
Miss Wilton. Miss Dorothy Clark and Miss
Reed. On Friday evening Mrs.- Ralph
Hoyt gave a dinner for Mrs. Gibbons, of
twelve covers. Mrs. Gibbons leaves Port
land, today for California via the Colum
President Goode, on behalf of the Ex
position, has issued invitations for next
Wednesday evening to a reception to Be
.given in the New York building. In honor
or. uie tjautornia Joint Committee.
The dinner to Governor and Mrs. Pardee
of California on Saturday evening, Au
gust 26, was .a notable social event.
Governor Pardee has been one of the
most popular of all Exposition visitors.
ana it ne ever taxes a fancy to enter
national politics and wants votes from
Oregon, the chances are that he could
get them without undue persuasion. Mrs.
Pardee, who is a diplomat as well as a
Governor's wife, is scarcoly less popular.
She shared with Mrs. Goode the social
honors of the evening. Mrs. Pardee was
in white, Mrs. Goode in white spangled
lace over pale pink chiffon; Mrs. Spencer-Brown
in black lace done over white
Chiffon, Miss Spencer-Brown in white
chiffon CHt princess. Speeches were made
by the Governor, President Goode. Sena
tor Fulten and Mr. John Barrett. The
last two speakers referred in most com
plimentary manner to the allegiance Mrs.
H. W. Goode has shown to" Portland's
Exposition this summer by being always
ready to greet and extend cordial enter
tainment to Exposition guests: About
seventy-live guests wore present.
President Goode's speech at the exer
cises on Japan Day was one of he best
of the many good ones he has made thbr
Miss Ellzebath Patterson Sawyers, who
has been the guest of her sister, Mrs.
Fletcher Linn for several weeks, is leav
ing on Tuesday. She returns to her pro
fessorship at De Pauw University, but
It to fill a concert engagement in Indi
anapolis before the college opens. Mini
Sawyers and Mrs. Linn returned on Mbnf
uay last from .a visit In Seattle.
On Friday evening next, the Exposi
tion will tender a dinnerto Governor
and Mrs, Gooding, cf Idaho.
' m m m
evening was well attended by local soci
Portlandors who are, familiar with the
sculpture by Solon H. Borglum, at the
Exposition, will be Interested to learn that
Mr. Borglum -has recently received a com
mission to model a statue of General
Gordon, for which he Is to be paid $30,000.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert McClurg. whor haw
been staying at .the Hobart-Cartis. are
-remaining .In the city over Sunday, and
possioiy a few days during the week. 3Ir.
McClurg Is connected with thq Chicago
family of that name, so widely 'known, as
publishers. He Is a brother of the Coun
tess Frenfernelll-CIbo. of Italy, whose
husband represented Umbrla and Perugia
in me Italian parliament for many years
Another of Mr. McClurg's sisters' married
a son of President Moffatt, of the Moffatt
. . . -
A most enjoyable family party took
place Thursday evening In a private din
Ing-room at the Portland, -when Frederick
William Mulkey gave a dinner In honor
of Mrs. Cyrus Dolph, bride of Lieutenant
Dolph. The three Dolph brothers. Cyrus.
Marlon and Harry, were present. The
other guests were Miss Hazel Dolph. Miss
Goodman. Mr. Richard Nixon and General
and Mrs. Anderson. Mrs. J. N. Dolph
was to nave chaperoned the party, but,
through illness, was unable to do so, and
Mrs. Anderson acted for her. The dec
orations of ferns and sweet peas and
palms were unusually effective. Lieuten
ant and Mrs. Dolph went down to "The
Breakvrs" on Friday evonlng with the
Richard Nlxons, wh6se guests they will
be for a week. Mrs. Nixon Is much Im
proved In health, though not yet strong
enougn to ne very active.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander H. Kerr have
fceen entertaining- at their cottage at Sea
side tneir aunt. Mrs. Henrietta B. Wills,
ui Jiuuiu .nun-. j. Mrs. wills re
turned last V cdnesdny to Portland, where
sne win epend the rest of the Summer,
being 'the guest, during her stay here,
of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander H. Kerr and
air. and Mrs. Samuel C. Kerr.
AT THE EXPOSITIOX.
Commissioner and Mrs. Stipes, with
ineir two daughters, the Misses Bessie
ana naien. are at the Illinois State build
ing and mako a pleasant addition to the
Illinois household. They will remain for
several weeks, going from here to Cali
fornia. Mr. Poarman, the popular clerk of the
Illinois Commission, has ' gone back to
his home, to the regret of the Illinois
The regular Friday afternoon concert
at the Illinois buildlnglast week was well
attended. The hour for the coming Fri
day Is Z o'clock. '
Commissioner and Mrs. Hand of Illi
nois, with Mr. Pearman wore at Cloud
Cap Inn week before fast for a few days.
Mr. Hand's parents. Judge and Mrs.
Hand, left for home by way of the
Commissioner and Mrs. Arthur Jack
son, of Maine, are to give a reception in
honorof Mrs. Eva Emery Dye on Thurs
day, September 14, from 2:30 to 4:30
o'clock. This will be Informal, and the
.public will be cordially welcomed to meet
Oregon's favorite writer.
During. .the-coming- week Frank Pettl
grew. of Seattle, 'and 'his family, together
with" the famous coin -which was
"flipped" by Mr. Pettigrews " fathcx In
order to decide the name;of the present
Portland, are expected' to arrive at the
"Longfellow Housg." There can be' little
doubt that .cent, wlir attract widespread
interest and that many visitors will pay
their respects to It.
Mrs. Georgie Boardmah. fp( Seattle, a
'native daughter" of Maine, reached
Portland last evening. . She will at once
assume her duties as assistant hostess of
the Maine State building'at the "Fair.
The "assisting hostesses of "Idaho" for
month of September are Mrs. Pulse, of
Grangevllje; Mrs. McLlnchy, of Payette
vllle: "Mrs. W. L. Chaney.. of Pocatello.
Perces. Mfes Hammcll la a reader and
the "Idaho family" Is already planning
home entertainments with Miss Hammell
as the entertainer.
Amonfr . promlnont Idaho people who
have beejt Exposition guests during the
past week are Judge and Mrs. Allshie, of
Mrs. W. N. Shilling; retiring hostess of
the Idaho State building, has been most,
efficient during her term of office and her
departure is regretted by the membors of
the commission. Mrs. Shilling has trav
eled much and for eight years was a
resident of Washington. D. C. She is now
living at Itupert. Idaho, and helping to
build up the Twin Falls country. Her
presence thore Is recognized as an ac
quisition of value to tho new country.
Idaho's great day will be Thursday,
Septembor 7. .Governor Gooding and his
staff. Mrs. Gooding and the wives of "the
staft? are to be present. Senator Hey
burn and Congressman Burton L. French
will grace the occasion with their elo
quence. All Idaho people are warmly
Invited. The reception In the evening
will be a large and notable social affair.
It will be held in. the Idaho building, and
will be follewed by a merry hour of
Mr.. Draper. New York's famous edu
cator, and Howard Rogers, late Commis
sioner 'of Education to SL. Louis, have
beten guests at the New York State
building during the past week.t
Commissioner E. E. E. McJlmsey, of
'Missouri, with Mrs. McJlmsey and Baby
McJlmsey. Commissioner Kern, with Miss
Mary and Robert Kern, all of Missouri,
have returned from a trip to Alaska.
They were In the party with Mr. War
wick Steele, commissioner from North
Dakota, and Mr. Sleele's daughters,
Helen and Louise.
President Goode's luncheon to the
members of the Board of Strategy on
Friday noon was an onjoyable affair al
though "no ladles'! were lpvlted. It was
given at the New York bulldlrg and was
Fifteen hundredvlovltations will be is
sued for California; big day, September
9. This occasion Is expected to eclipse
even the other days that California has
had here."" Governor Pardee will not be
present, much to tho regret of everyone.
There were -about 23 members In the
California "family party" that made up
a theater partyon Wednesday evening to
see "Alice of Old VIncennes."
No moro enjoyable affair has been glv
en during the entire Exposition period
than the supper and launch party tendered
by the ladles of the Y W. C. A. to the
girls connected with the variott3 exhibit
booths Inside the Fair Grounds. About
SO members of the association were pres
ent, "and about SCO guests. Besides being
a compliment to the efficient women
workers of thd Exposition, the affair pre
sented an opportunity for many to- ay
good-by to Miss Harriet Vance, the retir
ing secretary of tho Association. Presi
dent and Mrs. Goode honored the affair
with their presence, as did also Mr. and
Mrs. Huber and Mr. and Mrs. Charles.
Phaler, of the Exposition. The entertain
ment features of the evening- were en
joyed alike by hostesses and guests. Mrs.
Honeyman, Mrs. Gedrge McBride, Miss
Dosch Miss Montgomery and Mrs. Camp
bell were among the ladles In charge of
the arrangements. Mtas Montgomery was
chairman of the committee on entertain
ment. The Exposition guard who was Injured
the other day while fifing a salute In
honor of President Goode's birthday, felt.
perhaps, that he suffered In a worthy
cause. As a matter of fact, however.
President Goode's birthday doesn't arrive
until September 26.
Mrs. T. Jefferson Myers Is still winning
friends for Oregon in her position as of
ficial hostess for the state.
ITVEXTS OP THE WEEK.
A moat riellchtful ttA. teas ilnn Vr.
O- - - M.T
beautiful new home in' Holladay's Addl-
UQH-.-ux .nounc ox.her cnusirvJua Xa4xer
Falrman, of San Francisco. The house is
well arranged for entertaining. The re
ception hall was decorated in hops, artis
tically hung from the pillars. The living
room was beautiful In ferns and palms
in Indian caskets. The dining-room dec
orations gave the first touch of coming
Fall, being warm and beautiful In crimson
sweet peas and brilliant hued maple
leaves. On the table were candelabra,
with red candles and shades. Assisting
the hostess in receiving were Miss Fair
man, Misses Bessie and Edna Church and
Miss Grace Nicholson. Among the 40 or 50
friends who cabled were: Mrs. A. R.
Church, Mrs. J. Poulson, Mrs. W. W.
Kerns, Mrs. A. H. Averill, Mrs. August
Klostcrman, Mrs. E. H. Parker, Mrs.
Harry Moser, Mrs. George Schalk, Mrs.
Wade, Mrs. Charles L. Boss, Miss Lenore
Klosterman. Mrs. Paul Lee, Miss Alblna
Page, Miss C. ColS, Mrs. Edward R.
Brown, Mrs. Charles Rlchfron.
Wednesday evening last an event of
more than ordinary interest occurred at
the Eastern Star cottage on the Expo
sition Grounds. This was a reception ten
dered in honor of Mrs. Nettie Rausford.
P. M., W. G. M.. 'of the General Grand
Chapter, O. E. S., and hostess at tho
cottage during the month of August.
Mrs. Ransford was assisted In receiv
ing by Mrs. Inez W. Ryan, W. G. M. of
Oregon: Mrs. Mellie W. Guernsey, W. G.
M. of Washington: Mrs. Nellie Scott. P.
G. M. of North Dakota, and the follow
ing past grand matrons and patrons of
Oregon: Mrs. M. L. Lutke Mrs Tinlln
xiouston. Airs, jiargaret Kellogg. Mrs.
j Jessie Vert. Mrs. Alice R Townsend,
Robert A. Miller. Thomas Ryan, C. E.
J WIegand. L. M. Davis. B. W. Haines and
i C. W. Miller. The cottage was ekbor
I ately decorated for tho occasion. The
j hall and stairway festooned with vines
J and flowers. In the reception-room yel
low una wiuie were tne colors used. The
veranda in the rear of the cottage was
transformed Into a Japanese tea garden.
Four "Geisha girls" served refreshments
from small tables. The young ladles who
rendered this pleasing service were Ora
Neasly, Helen Llbby and the Misses
Bantield. Those having charge of the
punchbowl in the reception-room wero
Misses BesBle Smith and May Qulgley.
During the evening a stringed band "dis
coursed sweet sounds" from the bakony
at the head of the stairs, and the fol
lowing young ladles rendered piano solos:
Miss Marie Gingrich, Miss Suzle Metzler
and Miss Katherine Vaughn. Several
hundred guests called during the -evening
and partook of the hospitality extended.
The success of the reception is largely
due to the earnest efforts of the commit
tee, which was: Mrs. Elizabeth Aiken,
Mrs. Sophronlca Wlllet, A. H. Wlllet and
Fred C. Nessley.
An Impromptu, but pleasant m social
reunion of former Eastern Oregon
friends "was held at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Hosford. 412 East Ninth
street, on Thursday night The guests j
ituciii uiuiuuL'u j camellia ui
Wasco, Sherman and Morrow Counties,
now established in Portland homes.
Tho evening was enjoyably spent,
inusic and cards occupying: the time
most pleasantly. Instrumental selec
tions from "11 Trovatore," by Mrs. W.
'G. Carty, were much admired, as were
also her vocal numbers. Several songs
were pleasingly rendered by Mrs. Hlck
son. Mr. and Mrs. Hosford and Miss
Johnson. Among those present who
contributed to the evening's entertain
ment were: Mr. and" Mrs. W. O. Hart
ley. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Hickson, Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Moore. Mr. and MrS.
H. A. Moore, Mr.' and Mrs. W. G. Carty
and Mis3 Johnson, ftrs. William
Hughes, Miss Hughes and Miss Helena
1-Tiih Mtaft Mnve 'Rnrlcht nnrt "M.
and Mrs. J. B. Hosford. Refreshments-
were served at 11 o'clock,. and a -delightful
hour was spent in reminiscent
conversation about Eastern Oregon
generally and' Sherman County In par-r
A very successful banquet was given
on August 31.. at the Oxford Restaurant,
the occasion jbeing the Installation of the
newly-elected president of the Thursday
Night Club, Mr. Herbert Booth King. The
menu was an elaborate one of 11 -courses,
with carefully selected wines, and was
thoroughly enjoyed by. all present. The
toasts began with the first course and
continued until the close of the dinner.
Among those present were: Messrs. Her
bert Booth King, Ralph Cv Clyde, N. H.
Robinson, Herbert Wentwortb, M.. C
Athey. Jr.. Roy A. Mercer, W. H. Ad.dls,
J. Otto Brcdemeler. F. Granlch, M. M.
Sugarman. David Robinson, Jr., Henry
Mack. A. Braak: Mesdames L. Eberling.
Cooper, Addis, Braak. Robinson; and
Misses. Elsie Adams. Rose Rueck. Grace-Vandemarr,-
Laura Frye, Edwards, Trent
During-Jhe past week there has been
quite tl gathering- of the Clark family
In tHe city. Mrs.. A- L. Clark and heri
son. -.James, MIsg "Mary Clark and Miss'
Leuiti' iBiley Clark,' of Tyler, Texas,
who are temporarily residing- in Van
couver, B. C, where Mrs. Clark has
largo .lumber and milling- interests,
have been visiting relative and the
Lewis and Clark Fair. On Wednesday
evening, Mrs. A. L. Clark gave a thea
ter party at tho Belasco. Those pres
ent were: Mrs. A. L. Clark and son,
James, Mr. and Mrs. Frank. A. Clark,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert G. Clark, fiVIiss
Mary Clark, Miss Louiso Riley Clark
and Lee M. Clark. After the theater,
light refreshments were served at tho
home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Clark.
The George "Wright Relief Corps No. 2
entortalned the Post Friday evening at
' Fourth and "Washington,
An advance showing of
early Autumn wear of Tail
ored" and Demi-Tailored
Including original models
andv copies from leading
ModistesNof Paris'and New
and Calling Cards
W. G. SMITH & CO.
FOURTH: AJTIJ WASHINGTOX.
Pupil of the late Sims Reeves, London,
England'; Slgnori Manuel and Gustavo
Garcia.' R. A. M., London, England;
M. Faure, Paris; Signor Bocchinl,
Milan, and SIgno&.ZannettI, Naples.
Opens His Studio
69 Eif hteentk Street, North
Saturday, September 9
Intending students are invited to
write at ence fojci Interview.