The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, September 03, 1905, PART THREE, Page 27, Image 27

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Boclal whist, followed -with, refreshments.
A pleasant evening was passed. The
Corps sewing, which met -with Mrs.
Fferdner on Tuesday, was largely attend
ed. Mrs. Kellej', who had been absent a
year in California and Manila, was pres
jent, also Mesdames Mlllls, Clark and
yoole, from Sumner Corps, and Mrs. Van
derburg. of Seattle. A luncheon was
served at 5 o'clock. The next meeting of
the eewlng will bo held with Mrs. P. P.
Bodloy, Mount Tabor, nnear Base Line,
Tuesday, September 5. An invitation is
.extended to any ladies who wish to at
tend. Mrs. Caukins left the 31st to attend
the National Bncampbent at Denver, to
?which she was elected flrst alternate.
Last Tuesday evening, Mrs. David S.
'Stoarns gave a dinner in honor of Mrs.
Beach, of Minneapolis, and Mrs. Lang",
of New Hampshire. The rooms -were
beautifully decorated with evergreens
,and cut flowers, the color scheme for
ithe dining-room being pink, with a
lavish use of La France roses. Covers
were laid for ton. Alter dinner a de
lightful evening was spent in music
and sociul entertainment. Among
those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
George Beach, Miss Beach, Master
Bench, of Minneapolis; Mrs. Lang, of
New Hampshire; Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
McDuffoe, Mr. and Mrs. Stearns and
Master Lloyd Stearns.
The reception in honor of Mrs. Gilbert
McCIarg. given by Mrs. Breyman on Mon
day afternoon, was attonded by about BO
club women of Portland, and proved to
'be a most pleasant affair. Mrs. McClurg
made a brio? address, which was respond
ed to by Mrs. Sara Evans. Mrs. "White,
representing the Tuesday Club, and Miss
Laura Clay also spoke. Mrs. McClurg re
ferred to the educational value of the
:Lewis and Clark Exposition, and said
"You will see, through the coming years,
what a potent factor in developing the
good, the true and the beautiful this Ex
position will be to the Pacific Coast."
Miss Laura Adele Case sang several se
lections. An Informal reception was tendered
to a few of her intimate friend by Miss
Ethel Jones, at her residence, 71S East
Burnslde street, last Wednesday even
ing. There wore recitations, games,
instrumental and vocal music, and a
fusillade of witty conversational
flashes. Refreshments followed, and
the guests departed at the dawn of a
new day. Among those present were:
The Misses Lilian Croasman, Laurie
Fields. Melita Ward. Lucy Fields and
Messrs. George Houghton, Herman
Von Borstel, Charles Holmes, Welrose
Xnsor. Richard Bates and Fred W.
A dolighttul, though Informal, affair of
the week was a dinner given by Mr. and
Mrs. P. H. Flynn. at their home, to ex
Governor and Mrs. Aim Adams, of Colo
rado, who spent a few days in Portland
visiting the Exposition on their way to
California to' visit with Governor Adams'
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Flynn moved to
Portland from Eastern Oregon a few
months ago, and with their daughter,
who Is musical, have already made many
friends here. They are old friends of Mr.
and Mrs. Adams. Their home in Eastern
Oregon was well known for its generous
hospitality, and for the many social
events that took place there.
A little dlnnor was given last Sunday by
Mr. and Mrs. Egbert and Mrs. Whltcomb,
at the Egbert residence, in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Christohson, of Carito, N. D.,
and of Miss Anna Potter, of Spokane.
Mr. Chrlstensen is a banker in North
Dakota, but he is so much impressed with
the Oregon country that he thinks of
transferring his business interests to
Portland. Both Mrs. Chrlstensen and
Miss Poter are nieces of Mr. Egbert.
A most delightful dinner party was
given at the home of Dr. J. H. Davis last
Thursday. Mrs. Addle Perkins, of Wis
consin, great-aunt of the hostess, being
the guest of honor. The evening was
pleasantly spent with music Those pres
ent wore: Dr. J. H. Davis and wife. Miss
Addle Perkins, Dr. L. M. Davis and wife,
Mr. and Mrs. W.-Q. Adams, Mr. and Mrs.
L. Peters, Mrs. N. J. Baker, Wilbert Da
vis, Miss Hazol Hayden.
Portland Arch, No. K, Women of Wood
craft, onjoyed a pleasant evening last
Friday. Several new applications were
received, and everything looks bright for
the Fall work.' The circle has moved to
Us new quarters in the Allsky building,
and will meet there every Tuesday even
ing, instead of Friday, as heretofore.
One of the prettiest weddings of the sea
son was solemnized on Wednesday eve
ning, August 30. at S o'clock, at the homo
of the bride's mother, Mrs. A. S. Barton,
115 Fifteenth street North, when Miss
Edna Barton became the bride of Orris
Albertson, of this city. The bride looked
charming in white silk. She carried a
bouquet of white rosebuds. The brides
maids. Miss Madge Barton and Miss Liz
zie Melvin, wore cream albatross and
carried cream roses. Henry Welch
acted as best man, and gave the bride
away. The wedding march was played
by Miss Ethel Barton, and the ceremony
was performed by Rev. E. P. Hill, of the
First Presbyterian Church. After the
ceremony a bountiful luncheon was
served. The parlor and dining-room were
decorated with ferns, sweet peas and
roses. The bride received many presents.
Mr. and Mrs. Albertson went to their
new home, where they will be glad to
receive their friends after Wednesday,
September 6.
Miss Catherine Darrah and J. M. Long,
Jr.. both of Portland, were quietly mar
ried on Monday, August 21. 1P05, at the
parsonage of St. Paul's Episcopal Church,
at Oregon City, by Rev. Mr. Hammond.
Only Immediate friends and relatives were
After a short trip through British Col
umbia, Mr. and Mrs. Long will be at
home at 895 Sixth street, corner Harri-
The marriage of Miss Sarah E.
Washburn, of Oregon City, and W. S.
McHugh, of Portland, was solemnized
at Oregon City Thursday, August 24, at
8:30 P. M., Rev. Mr. Landsborough offi
ciating. Miss Jessie Washburn was
bridesmaid and Mr. Andrew McCoy
was groomsman. Mr. and Mrs.- Mc
Hugh "will resldo in Portland.
A quiet wedding took place at the Hotel
Portland last week, when United States
Marshal R. Rounds, of Boise, and Mrs.
M. Ethelyn Carr, also of Boise, were
The New Tork State Society will hold
Its regular meeting next Wednesday
evening at the City Hall. A large at
tendance Is especially desired, as this will
be the first meeting since the adjourn
ment for the Summer months and much
important business concerning the plans
and policy of the society for the ensuing
year will be brought up. All visiting
New Yorkers are cordially Invited to be
present and members are requested to
urge their New York friends who are In
the -city to attend.
It Is announced that the marriage of
Mrs. Clementine Bullock, of Portland, and
Edwin J. Taylor, of Arthur, Or., will take
place on Wednesday evening, September 6.
in the First Unitarian Church, at 8:45
o'clock. Dr. Eliot officiating. No in
vitations "will be Issued in the city. After
the 1st of October, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor
will be. at home in Arthur.
The Seattle,, hostess and the -ladies
of the committee having in charge the
entertainments held in the Washing
ton State building during Seattle week
desire to thank the press of Portland,
the citizens of Portland and the offi
clals of the Exposition for the many
courtesies extended to them.
Mrs. Charles E. Bishop, of North Ya
kima, has been the guest tor the past
week of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Fox
at their residence, 45 East Sixteenth,
north, where Mrs. Bishop will be happy
to see any c her old friends or pupils
tomorrow afternoon or evenlng.-
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Orman Gladding,
formerly of Portland, now residing at 2133
a'rd, of' this city. Miss Horgan has "been
a singer in New Tork churches for several
yeans. &
Mrs. Fred Leinenweber has been visit
ing in Astoria, with relatives, during the.
Mrs. Llewellyn Ma goon returned Tues
day from a two weeks' outing at Boawell
Miss Bess Woods, of Cottage Grove, and
Miss Eva Etinson, of Eugene, are visit
ing In the city.
Mrs. and Miss Buchanan, of Nevada,
Mo., are in the city, the guests of Mrs.
Emily Warlnner.
E. F.Barnes, of Butte. Mont., is in Port-
land to visit with his sister, Mrs. A. M.
swam, ana incidentally to see uie jewis
A very pretty wedding was solemnized last Sunday evening at Eagles
Hall, in the presence of 30) guests, friends and relatives of the principals
Joseph E. Goldstein and Miss Edith Goldstein. Rev. Mr. Schappo offi
ciated, and the full coremonlals of the Jewish orthodox church were em
ployed. The quaint and curious custom of the maids and women relatives
bearing candlos. the canopy under which the ceremony is solemnized, the
profuse floral and other decorations lent an unusual charm to the occasion.
At the wedding supper which followed many felicitous speeches were made
by friends of the bride jand groom. There were many beautiful and costly
presents. The bride is a daughter of I. Goldstein, a well-known Front
street merchant. The groom was a late Captain in the" Russian army, but
became an American citizen about a year ago. He Is now an employe of
I. Gevurtz & Sons. At the wedding the maids of honor were Miss
Gevurtz, Miss Wclnstcin, Miss Rosencranz and Miss Zleve. The men at
tendants were Messrs. L. Gevurtz, M.Welnsteln, H. Nudelman and J. Barde.
Grove streot, San Francisco, announce
the engagement of their daughter, Maeme
to Dr. Arthur Woodly Baker, of San
Francisco. The wedding will take place
Tuesday, September 32.
Miss Emilie Frances Bauer and Miss
Marion Bauer, who are leaving for
New Tork on Wednesday, will be at
home to their friends today and on
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holman announce
the engagement of their daughter. Mar
guerite Frances, to Mr. Harycy Balfe Cor
nell. The wedding will take place this
Miss Lulu Rothschild, of San Franclnco,
Is visiting" with Mrs. George T. Lover
man. At home Tuesday.
Mrs. C. S. Unna and sons have returned
from Gearbart Park.
Dr. Frank L Ball has returned from a
short vacation at the Coast.
Mrs. Lucy Boscow has returned from a
two weeks' vacation at Seaside, Or.
Mm E. A. Hunt, who has been visiting
her mother, has returned to Nevada.
Mrs. S. May and daughtor, Nora, have
returned from a month's outing at Newport-Mr.
A. N. Gambell Is spending' a
short time at the Clark cottage. Sea
side. -
Miss Manie Cronln is attondlng the As
toria regatta, the guest of Miss Anna
Magee. 1
Edgar E. 'Courscn and family have
returned from a month's vacation at
Miss Marie Horgan, who is the dramatic
contralto with the Wilton Lackayo Com
pany, is a niece of Mrs. Helon N. Pack-
and Clark Exposition. Mr. Barnes is
connected with the Montana Power Com
pany. Mrs. J. L. Quackenbush. from Belling
ham, is staying at 257 Eleventh street,
near Jefferson street.
Robert McBrldo has returned to his
home In Portland aftcr an absence of
two years in England.
Mrs. E. H. Hastam left MoiHsy for an
extended visit with friends in San Fran
cisco and' Los Angeles.
Mrs. Edward R. Root and Miss Madge
Falrman start Monday for an extended
trip to Victoria and Seattle.
Mrs. B. F. Dane, of BoerneTTex.. Is vis
iting her son. Major H. F. Kendall, T S.
A., on Willamette Heights.
George A. Dyson and" family, of Eu
gene, are spending the week here with
relative!! and visiting the Fair.
Miss Edna McGinn and mother, of
Pendleton, are visiting- Mrs. O. C Lett
er and other friends in the city.
Mrs. H. J. Kleeman and Mrs. D. T. Mc
Cartney have been spending the week at
the Astoria regatta and at Seaside.
Mrs. Emma Dorrls Thompson, of Eu
gene, Is the guest of her sister. Mrs. J.
E. Bronaugh, Willamette Heights.
Mrs. R. Mendelsson. accompanied by her
daughter, Mrs. L. Schuman. late of Daw
son City, is at Byron Hot Springs.
Mrs. Phil Lewis and daughter, of Ta
coma, Wash., are visiting S. May and
family at 1S6 North Seventeenth street
John W. HoBler, of Omaha, Neb., ar-
J rived in Portland Saturday evening, hav
ing speni idc i as i wcck in leuowsiono
Mrs. E. J. Oliver, of J37 Tenth street,
returned on Thursday from a month's trip
to New York City and other Eastern
Miss Rose Harris, of San Francisco, is
visiting her sisters, Mrs. S. L. Stono
Lloy Galpln, whom many Portland people have already met, and
who lectures dally at the California State building, on Southern California,
is the daughter of Kate Tupper Galpln, well known In this city. Mrs. Gal
pln. graduated from the Portland High School, and has many friends here.
Miss Galpln has an Interesting record. She is a graduate of the Los An
geles State Normal School and of the University of Missouri. When the
Government call was Issued for American teachers in the Philippines, Miss
Galpln went to Manila, where she taught for a year and a half In the
Manila Normal School. For the last two years since her return she has
been the teacher of history In the Los Angeles High School, which has
1600 pupils.
Miss Galpln was preparing to go to Europe for the Summer with her
parents,, who are now there, when she was asked to come to Portland and
lecture at the Exposition. The Galpln family is an Interesting one. Miss
Galpin's father, Cromwell Galpln. has been a contributor to St. Nicholas,
the Youth's Companion and other Juvenile papers.
Mrs. Galpin Is one of the leading literary women of California, and Is
known abroad as an authority on Shakespearean literature. During the
Winter she lectures to classes on Shakespeare, frequently having as many
as 300 women In attendance upon her courses during the season. Mrs.
Galpin was a delegate to the World's Congresn at Chicago, and made five
addresses there. ' She Is a cousin of Kate Douglas Wiggin, and a sister
of that brilllint woman. Mila T. Maynard, chief editorial writer of the
Rocky Mountain News.
The home life of the Galplns is very attractive, and their hospitality is
known to many travelers who "visit Los Angeles.
and Mrs. B. I:" Stone, at 3 North Ninth
Mrs. George L. Walker, of Alameda,
Cal., is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. D.-W. Wakefield, at the Hobart
Curtls. "Mrs. Leopold Rosenthal and daughter,
Carolyn, left for their home-in Spokane
this week, after spending ihe'Summer In
Mrs. C P. Cooley, of Palo Alto, Is vis
iting her aunt. Mrs. T. J. Maupln, 421
Tillamook street. She will return to
California September S.
Mrs. Rozel M. Wilbur has returned
from her visit at Seavlew and is at her
former residence. 275 Sixteenth street,
corner of Montgomery.
M. F. Coberth, wife and son Thomas,
of Tygh Valley, Or., are visiting In this
city, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. D.
DeWert. 347 College street.
Mrs. 'W. G. Dillingham and Miss
Dillingham, from-Bangor; Me., are vis
iting' fon the Summer with Mrs. J. K.
Gill. 64 North Twentieth street.
Mrs. S. W. Pope, of San Francisco,
formerly Miss Helga Bergendahl, of this
city, is visiting at'tho home ofher sister,
Mrs. F. G. McDonald, 234 Marti 1 la street.
Mrs. W. N. Gatcns of Salem la visiting
friends and relatives hero, having- come
to Portland to attend the reception of
Governor and Mrs. Chamberlain, given a
week ago. ,
Rev. E. P. Bailey and family have re
turned to The Dalles after spending a
week with Mrs. A- C. Bailey. Mrs. Byra
Smith, of Spokane, visited Ella Bailey
last week.
Miss A. L. Cress, who has been spending-
the Summer In Portland, left last
week for the East. She will sail from
New York in October to remain a few
years abroad.
Mrs. May B. Evans, supervisor of
drawing in the Portland public schools,
has gone to Boise to attend the Normal
Institute which Is to be held In that
city for the week beginning tomorrow.
Mrs. G. P.'Mulcahy and daughters, of
Spokane,- Wash., and Mrs. C. II. Fox
and daughter, of Portland, Or., have re
turned from a trip to Long Beach, Wash,
where they have been the guests of Mrs.
L. Zimmerman for the past ten days.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. HIckson, formerly
of Sherman County, but now of this city,
and Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Huntington, of
The Dalles, are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Hosford this week, at their
home on Ninth and Tillamook streets.
Mrs. Alice Weisr, of this city, will
start early this week on a trip to Europe,
which will extend over several months.
She will meet a member of her party in
London, and from thero go to Spain, where
she will Join the others. A sketching
tour -will be made through picturesque
mountainous regions of Europe.
Mrs. Rockwood and Miss Rockwood, of
New York, and Miss Prince, of Bethle
hem. Pa., have been visiting at the homo
of Mrs. A. H. Breyman. on their return
from ah Alaska (trip. They left yester
day morning for the East, going by way
of Yellowstone Park. Miss Rockwood
and Miss Prince are college friends of
MUs Breyman.
Ex-Judge A. J. Dlttenhocfer, of
New York City, Is registered at the Port
land. Judge Dlttenhocfer was for many
years an active leader of the Republican
party In the metropolis. He Is accom
panied by three daughters, the trip to the
Coast being made chiefly to visit a mar
ried daughter, who resides in the city,
and Incidentally view the Exposition.
, Judge and Mrs. Byron S. Amble of
Ohio, accompanied by their daughter. Miss
Laura Ambler, are guests of the Hotel
Portland. The Judge was formerly a
Judge of the Court of First Instance In
Manila, where he and his charming wife
woro very prominent in the social life of
the Islands. They are touring the West,
and will return to Washington, D. C, for
the Winter.
Miss Edythe Clarke, of this city, who
has been a great deal before the Portland
public as a coloratura soprano singer,
and who has studied three consecutive
years In New York under SIgnor Pizzar
rello. sailed last Wednesday on the
Deutschland forDresden, Germany, where
she will further pursue her musical edu
cation. Before returning she will visit
London, Paris and oiher points of inter
est. Miss Clarke is accompanied by hor
mother. Mrs. James Clarke.
Mrs. William H. Long, of Chicago, ac
companied by her daughter. Miss Ethel
Long, has arrived in Portland for a stay
of some weeks to see the Lewis and Clark
Exposition, and Is visiting her sister,
Mrs. Bury Irwin Dasent, of South Sixth
street. Mra Long is the wife of W. II.
Long, a noted member of the Chicago
Board of Trade, who, because of his hand
ling of the "corner" In corn In conjunc
tlon with John W. Gates and other cap
italists, is known in the Eastern markets
as "the Corn King."
At tlic Women's Union.
Miss Clara Halfcrty left yesterday for
her home at Warrenton.
The Misses Lillian and CJnra Buckner.
of Eugene, were here a short time this
week, visiting Miss Clevenger.
Miss Harriet McCauley. of Kokomo.-
Ind.. was here for four days this week,
enroute from San Francisco to Seattle.
Mrs. M. Wheeler, of Cottage Grove, ac
companied by her daughter. Miss Chris
tie, has been here this week on a visit
to Miss Althea Wheeler.
Modern Languages.
Conversation, prepares students for col
lege and post-graduate courses. Diction
for singers. Pupils requested to secure
hours at once. lime. Bauer, 12S North
Nineteenth street. Tel. Main 251S.
Edgar E. Courscn.
Teacher of piano, violin and pipe organ,
has resumed work. New pupils can ar
range for lessons at residence, 658 Love
Joy. Phone, Main S1C8.
Miss Edith Kelly, formerly of Chicago.
III., teacher of piano and harmony, has
decided to locate In this city. Miss Kelly
was a pupil of William H. Sherwood and
Leopold Godowsky; also of Victor Helnzc.
who is an exponent of the Leschetlzky
method. Address all communications In
care of Graves Music Company. .
How Church Bells Arc 3Iadc.
Philadelphia Bulletin.
"No silver is used in church bells,"
said the bellfounder. 'People claim
there Is. but I have assayed many an
Our Fine Furs
New and Exclusive Conceptions in Furs, the LiKe of
Which Cannot Be Surpassed
Our splendid showing in Furs is the largest and most complete in our
history. Originality in style; perfection in manufacture, together with the
"Silverfleld" quality makes buying a pleasure, and profitable, "too, when
you note our reasonable prices.
Our New Fall Hats
Madame Brooke, who has been so eminently successful in placing our
Millinery Department in its present envied position, has just returned from
the Eastern fashion centers, where she gathered with a lavish hand the
finest assortment of fashionable hats evSr brought out to adorn the heads
of Portland's fairest ladies. We extend a cordial invitation to all to view,
the new styles for the Pall season of 1905.
Children's Undermuslins One-Third Off
Gowns, Drawers, Mfsses Oomt Covers, Short and Long Skirts of an excellent grade of muslin, beautifully
made and finished with lace and embroidery. All children's undermuslins on sale at ONE-THIRD OPP
Lace Collars, Special, 25c Each
In our Pourth-street window we are showing a splendid assortment of Lace and Embroidered Neckwear in
all the latest style effects. This is by far the finest assortment we have ever shown; at the spec, price of 25
75c, $1 Belts 33c
We offer you your choice of a splendid line of Silk
and Leather Belts in desirable colorings, a fine as
sortment of buckles; regular 75c and $1.00 Belts
on sale at 33
60c Lisle Hose 43c
Our finest 60c Lisle Hosiery in black and tan colors,
full fashioned throughout; a splendid value at 60c.
on sale at ; 43 j
Closed All Day Monday
. Labor Day
French Imported
Dress Goods
We buy stylish Dress Goods. All of these woven beauties are strictly
confined to us for Portland. Nothing glaring, nothing pronounced, but
rich suggestions of color and tone such as any woman of refined taste
would admire. We are noted for carrying the finest and richest and best
wearing materials ever shown in the Northwest. You can place that to
our credit without fear of contradiction.
Corner Third and Morrison Streets
, . - WANTED Two bright, experienced girls .for wrapping goods.
old bell that came here to be broken !
up anj never an ounce of 8llver did I
And in one of them. For the best bells
rce use old cannon. They give us the
purest amalgam we can fret. The tenor
bell I am maklnc now is composed of
12 tons of old cannon from Spain. These j
two molds, the core and the cope, are ;
what rfive the bell its sweetness. It is j
jn ineir cul mat tno necret of bell
founding lies. The core 13 the inner
mold; It has the exact shape of the
bell's Inside. The cope, or outer mold,
has the exact shape of the bell's out
side. We fit the cope over the core, and
Into the space between the molten
metal is run. When the metal has hard
ened and cooled the bell is finished save
for its clapper. To tune bells it Is nec
essary to chip little pieces out of them.
Our bell tuner Is a good musician. He
has composed a number of hymns."
No. 126 Second Street,
bet. Washington and Alder Streets
We arc showing a
complete assortment of
In Alaska Sealskin, Perslaa Lamb,
Otter, Artrachaa, Etc.
In All the Popular Fan.
We have a large stock af Mevated
. Rugs in Tiger, LeepersI, Polar
Beer, Block Seer, Etc
Inhabitants of the rural districts of
France mny now obtain from the post
men on their rounds postal orders, etc,
and may band them money for deposit
in the savings banka, thus avoiding: the
trouble of going to the nearest postofflce
for these purposes.
According- to the Parliamentary return
on the assessment and payment of income
tax. Just issued, there were in 1S03 only
20 persons in Qreat Britain who were in
receipt of Incomes exceeding- $200,000 a
Electric Double Boiler
Where ELECTRICITY la used in the home for UGHTrXG, there are
numerous little convenient appliances which may be attached to any
lighting- circuit or fixture, and which more than double the -value of the
service to the family. With an ELECTRIC BOILER you can boll water
orvheat food and be Independent of tho kitchen range any time of the
day or night. The cost of operation is trifling-.
(We Send Representative)
Portland General Electric Co.