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About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 1, 1905)
THE STJNTDAY OREGOXIAX, PORTLAND, OCTOBER 1, 1005.
A. W. Relnhard, pastor of the German
Presbyterian Church, "was married to Miss
Rosa Schulz, daughter of tho late Daniel
Schulz. The ceremony -was performed In
the First Presbyterian Church by Rev.
Dr. Hill, assisted by Rev. air. Haener.
Mies Alice Sprague -was maid of honor
and the Misses Eva Sprague, Frieda Wif
mer, Emma IValduker and Miss Bertha
Schulz the last a sister of the bride
acted as bridesmaids. The bride was
gowned in white chiffon done over white
silk. She carried bride roses. The maids
all carried white carnations. They wore
white gowns with the exception of Miss
Walduker. who wore delicate pink, and
Miss Bertha Schulz, who wore white over
pink. Herman GantenbSen was best man,
and the groom's other assistants were
Edward Bohlman, Adolph HIrt, Rev. J.
H. Hopp and Rev. A. D. Soper. Adolph
Schulz, brother of tho bride, gave her
away. The church was decorated with
palms, and the home of tho bride's moth
er, to which the wedding party repaired,
with Oregon grape and white roses. Mr.
and Mrs. Relnhard left for a wedding
trip. They will be at home after Novem
ber 1, at 174 East Ash street. Many beau
tiful and valuable presents were received.
The following item Is sent from Forest
Grove: "A beautiful wedding occurred at
the home of .Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Cronln,
In this city, Wednesday, September 20,
when their daughter. Sadie C, was mar
ried to Norval L. Atkjns. The rooms
were tastefully appointed for the occa
sion and the decorations were sweet peas
and roses, and ivy was promiscuously
suspended from every available point. Tho
ceremony was pronounced by Rev. H. L.
Bates, the ring ceremony being used. The
couple were conducted to the parlor by
the strains of the Wedding March from
Lohenghrln, played by Miss Josephine
Baber. Just preceding the ceremony.
which occurred beneath a large "lovers'
knot," Miss Maud Shannon sang the very
appropriate song, "Oh, Promis Me." Miss
Alice Cronln, sister of the bride, was
bridesmaid, and was dressed In a soft
blue silk organdie and carried carnations,
while Mr. J. M. Brunner. of Portland,
officiated as best man. The bride was
dressed in a beautiful "white gown and car
ried a large bouquet of roses. Immediately
following the -ceremony light refreshments
were served to the guests, who numbered
Married At Oregon City, Or., Wednes
day evening, September 27, at 5:30 o'clock,
at the home of the bride's parents, Mr!
and Mrs. M. Toder, Elwood L. Clark, su
perintendent of the Exposition postofflce,
Portland, and Miss Mattie A. Toder, Rev.
Mr. Woods, of the Methodist Episcopal
Church, officiating. The wedding march
was played by Miss Nellie Swafford. H.
E. Jones, of Condon was best man, and
Miss Linnle Seeley, cf Oregon City, was
bridesmaid. About SO relatives and Inti
mate friends witnessed the ceremony. The
young couple stood In a bower of ivy and
fern, and many candles shed a soft glow
over the scene. The bride was "beautifully
gowned in cream wool and lace, and car
ried cream roses. Miss Seeley's gown was
blue over white. She carried white asters.
The bride's bouquet was caught by Miss
Edith Helse, of Portland. The presents
were many and valuable. Dainty refresh
ments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Clark
are well known in Portland, which has
been their home for several years, and
whe.e they will bo at home to their
friends after October 15.
One of the prettiest weddings of the sea
sontook place Wednesday morning at St.
Mary's Cathedral, when Miss Mary Delia
Aumcnd was united in marriage to James
Edward Keegan. Rev. H. J. McDevitt per
formed the ceremony in the presence of
many friends. The bride was given away
by her brother, Frank Aumend. Tho
bridal party was met .at the door by tho
sanctuary boys, who, followed by the
bridesmaid. Miss Mary Keegan, sister of
tho groom, and the bride, marched to tho
altar, where they were met by the groom
and his best man, Robert Horn. Little
Edna C. Mohan, -niece of tho bride, was
flower girl, an'd wore white net The
bride woro a white organdy with trim
mings of lace, and carried brido roses.
The bridesmaid woro pale blue and carried
pink roses. After the ceremony the
guests returned to the home of the bride's
mother. In Flanders street, where a dainty
breakfast was In readiness. Mr. and Mrs.
Keegan will be at home to their friends
after October 1 at 431 Davis street
A quiet wedding occurred at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. A. Pagenkopf. of
Albany, on Tuesday last, when their
daughter. Lena, was united in marriage to
Mr. E. C. Wiesner, of Gervais, Rev. W.
B. Moore, of Clackamas Methodist Epis
copal Church, officiating. Relatives and
a few intimate friends were present Mr.
Wiesner is a prosperous farmer and stock
raiser of Marlon County. The bride has
been a successful teacher In various parts
of the state. Mr. and Mrs. Wiesner were
the recipients of many handsome pres
ents and congratulatory messages. The
rooms were tastefully decorated for tho
occasion. After a wedding breakfast Mr.
and Mrs. Wiesner took the afternoon train
for Portland. They will be at home to
friends after October 15.
Announcements are out for the marriage
of Simon L. Heilbron and Miss Flora
Karp, which took place recently in Phila
delphia at the residence of Mr. Hellbron's
uncle, Henry Heilbron. The wedding is
the culmination of a pretty romance,
which began several years ago in Europe,
when both were music students at the
conservatory in Stuttgart 'It has been
eight years slnco Mr. Heilbron set sail
to pursue .his study in Germany, and
two years ago he graduated with dis
tinction. Mrs. Heilbron is a talented
pianist, graduating with high honors at
Stuttgart She is an Austrian woman.
Mr. and Mrs. Heilbron will reside in
Newark, N. J where .the groom has
opened a conservatory.
One of the prettiest early Fall weddings
took place at the residence of A. T.
Wain, 677 South Commercial street
Salem. Or., on Wednesday. September 27,
at 2 P. M., when Miss Dora Benson and
Mr. Herman Schellberg were united In
marriage. The parlors were 'beautifully
decorated with Autumn leaves and choice
roses. The bridal chqrus from "Lohen
grin" was played by Miss Winifred Wain,
of Iowa. The bride, who Is a native
daughter, was charming in a traveling
suit of pearl gray. Mr. and Mrs. Schell
berg took the afternoon train to Port
land. After visiting the Sound cities, they
will make their home in Portland.
At the Revere House, in Albany, Or.,
the marriage of Ernest F. Edmlston and
N. Ella Frost was solemnized Wednesday
September 27, by Rev. Henry T. Atkinson!
of Epworth Church. Portland. The wed
ding took place in the parlors, which were
decorated for the occasion, and was wit
nessed by a number of friends and rela
tives. Mr. and Mrs. Edmlston are well
known, and very popular. They will have
their home near Carlton, Or.
A pretty wedding took place Wednesday
evening, September 27, at 9 o'clock, at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Spencer,
at 2S9 North Twenty-second street when
Miss Lorna Landers, a niece of Mrs. Spen
cer, was united in marriage to Austin
Sims. Rev. William S. Gilbert pastor of
Calvary Presbyterian Church, officiated.
Miss La Vern Fenton acted as brides
maid. The groom was accompanied by
Mr. Arthur Derby.
H. C. Toolle, or Hillsboro. and Amelia
Hoffmanr were married at tho home of
the bride's parents, near Tigardsville, Or.,
at noon. Monday, September 25. Rev.
William S. Gilbert officiating. Thirty
guests were present . H. N. Toelle was
PORTLAND WOMAN VHO IS A SUCCESSFUL EDITOR
MILS. ELIZABETH TOYVNE.
Portland Is entertaining for a short time one of her daughters, who has
achieved distinction as a. teacher and writer This Is Mr?. Elizabeth Towne, who
Is visiting her father. John H. Jones, at 315 East Sixth street north. Mrs.
Towne first published here her very successful new thought magazine. The Nau
tilus, then a little four-page paper now a standard-size magazine with per
haps 00,000 monthly readers.
About six years ago she established her publishing business in Holyoke,
Mass., where she works in collaboralon with her husband, William E. Towne.
co-editor of The Xautlluswho accompanies her on her preesnt visit Mrs. Towne
is a pioneer in certain lines of thought as her father was In the settlement
of the Oregon Country. Through her magazine and her many books she has
gained a very wide circle of readers In every part of this country and in many
best man, and Miss Nettle Hoffmann was
bridesmaid. After the service a sump
tuous wedding dinner was served. Mr.
and Mrs. Toollo will live at Hillsboro.
Miss Lulu A. Smith and W. S. Macrum
were united in marriage Wednesday, Sep
tember 27, at 1 P. M.. at the residence of
tho bride's parents. Professor and Mrs. E.
H. Smith, 254 Twelfth street. Rev. Elwin
Lincoln House, D. D., officiating. Mr.
and Mrs. Macrum left Immediately on
their honeymoon for points of Interest
on the Sound. They will bo at home to
their friends after October 15, at 505 East
Couch street No cards.
Married, by Rev. J. Whltcomb Brougher,
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. C A.
Chambers, on September 26. W. B. Hunter,
of Vancouver, B. C, and Miss Frances
May Browne, of Owen 'Sound. Ontario.
Only immediate friends were present Mr.
and Mrs. Huntor left Immediately for
Vancouver, B. C, whore they will make
At the residence of her'iypther, Mrs.
A. J. WInsor, 84 East Morrison street
Miss Virginia L. WInsor and "William T.
Boyer, of Columbus, O., were united In
marriage, Thursday evening, September
28.' Only relatives and Immediate friends
were present Mr. and Mrs. Boyer left
Friday morning for New York, where they
will moke their future home.
A quiet wedding took place on the 25th
Inst, when at the residence of the officiat
ing minister. Rev. J. Bowersox. C N.
Churchill, of Salem, Or., an'd Belle Do
Haven, of this city, were united In matri
mony. They at once took their departure
for Salom, where they will be at home to
A quiet home wedding took placo at tho
residence of H. B. McBwen, corner of
East Salmon and East Forty-third streets,
last Tuesday evening, September 2G, when
Clarence Lister and Addle Allen were
united in matrimony by the Rev. J. J.
Staub. of the Sunnyslde Congregational
At the residence of Rev. J, R Snyder,
in Vancouver, Wash., Thursday afternoon,
September 14, Mr. Charles W. Trudgen
and Miss Mae Connor, both well-known
young people of Portland, were united in
marriage. They will bo at home In
Aberdeen, Wash., after November 1.
John M. Edwards and Mary E. Butler,
of North Yakima, Wash., were married
at the home of the bride's aunt, Mrs. B.
L. Henness, of Mount Tabor,. last Thurs
day evening. Rev. S. E. Memlnger per
formed the ceremony.
At the manse of the St. Johns United
Evangelical Church. Sunday, Rev. E. E.
McVicker officiating, John R. Murdock and
MIss.Lydla R Oldenburg were united in
marriage. Both are young people of St
R. W. McDonald and M. Victoria Llves-
loy, of Portland, were married at the res
idence of Rev. Dr. Edgar P. Hill, Alder
street on Friday evening, at 8:30 o'clock,
September 15, Dr. Hill ojnclatlng.
Astra Circle, Women of Woodcraft,
announces a series of Winter parties
for the coming season, commencing
with a grand Autumn ball at East Side
Woodman Hall on Thursday, October
19. The afTairs will be given at the
East Sid Hall until the Women of
Woodcraft Hall is completed, when all
formal affairs will be held on the West
Side. Tho first Thursday of each
month wJll be devoted to a social even
ing at home, and will be spent In
playing whist and In general conver
sation. Invitations can be had from
any of the members.
Vcnvlllo Camp No. 1, United Spanish
War Veterans, announces a series of
dancing parties for the coming season to
be given at W. O. W. Hall, East Sixth
aria 'East Alder streets, on the first
Thursday evening of each month, the
dates being as follows: October 5, No
vember 2, December 7. January 4, Feb
ruary 1, March 1, April 5 and May 3. Tho
committee on arrangements is as follows:
N. Becker F. H. Burns, C. H. Meussdorf
fer Jr.. IVY W. Widmcre and Thomas C.
The Home Training Association will be
gin the winter's work on Thursday after
noon, October 5, in the committee room
of the City Hall at S o'clock. Tho special
programme committee has arranged a
musicale for that day. Mrs. Samuel Con
nell, the president, invites the mothers
and teachers of tho city to be present
The nursery will again be In charge of
Mrs. H. H. Wright and "her assistants, so
mothers may feel at liberty to bring their
On Monday afternoon next a recep
tion will bo held at the residence of
J. H. Jones. 315 East Sixth street. In
honor of Mrs. Elizabeth Towne. who
has achieved distinction as a writer of
new-thought books, and as the editor
and publisher of a new-thought mag
azine, which Is an inspiration to thou
sands of people the country over. The
hours are from 2 until 5 o'clock.
Banarjee Circle, in the interest of tho
Child Wives of India, will meet at the
residence of the president, Mrs. Abigail
Scott Dunlway, 292 Clay street at 2
P. M. Monday. October 2. A full attend
ance is desired to plan for co-operation
witn tne cnairman of the committee in
charge of Woman's day at the Exposition
to be held on Friday, October 6. Mrs. E.
A. Bcals, secretary.
t The pupils of Miss Grace Wilton will
give a piano recital next Saturday after
noon. This will be the first fortnightly
recital of the season. No admission will
be charged and Invitations can bo had
from Miss Wilton's pupils or at the studio,
754 2ast Main street
Eureka Council No. 204. X. and L.
of S will install their officers Monday
evening, October 2. in the Auditorium.
Refreshments will be served after In
stallation. Members of the order
requested to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Lee announce the
engagement of their daughter, Vir
ginia to Dr. J. H. Tuttle. The mar
riage will take place on October 4. at
5:30. at the First Presbyterian Church.
No cards. , ,
The following is clipped from The Ar
gonaut: "The engagement Is announced
of Miss Florence Hayes, daughter of
Daniel E. Hayes, to Charles K. Williams
of Portland, Ort . '
Mr. and Mrs. Hampton D. Sill an
nounce the engagement of their daugh
ter. Elizabeth Loreta. to Horace Hart
zell Fisher, tho marriage to take placo
Members of Gee Lo Ran Club will give
their first dance of the season Friday
evening, October 6. Music by Parsons'
Why be pulled around? Know why you
do certain things while dancing. The
best -method Is always the cheapest Pro
fessor Rlngler.and Miss Buckenmeyer are
teaching the very latest ballroom dances
at their academy. 209 Alder street Three
step, half-step, five-step, schottlsche. Now
dances. Classes Tu&eGays and" Saturdays.
Professor Ringlet's gymnasium classes
fo'r women opens tomorrow evening.
Class meets Mondays and Fridays. Al
ready over 50 have enrolled and the class
promises to be the largest In the -hlatory
of the school. A special membership rate
of J5 for the entire season Is being made
during the next two weeks.
Children's Dancing Classes.
Inquire of Mrs. Nina Larowe from 11
to 2:30 P. M. Beginners In one class; ad
vanced dancers only In another.
PORTLAND MAN "WEDS, OREGON CITY GIRL
MB. AND MBS. ELWOOD X CLARK.
That the chubby, little chap with the matrimonial bow and arrowa Is still
doing business at the Exposition is shown in th marriage on Wednesdar eren
ing Jast of Elwood L. Clark, superintendent Of the "United States Toitofficp at
the Exp6sItion. and Miss Mattie A. Toder, of Oregon City. The groom has been
employed as a clerk in the main postofflce for n long time, and is widely ac
quainted. Thejbrlde is the daughter of a prominent business man of Oregon City,
and has been on of the leaders of society in the sprightly little .city, Mr. and
Mrs. Clark will make their home In this city.
return to this city Monday.
Mrs. L. Friedman and Mrs. D. Frank
lin, of Portland, and Mrs. I. M. Blnnard,
of Lewis ton, Idaho, have returned from
Seattle after a ten days trip, during
which they attended tho Garfinkie-Him-elhoch
Miss Virginia McDowell, of St Louis,
Is the guest of Mrs. Dr. J. F. Dickson,
at the Hobart-Curtis, and will remain
in Portland until the close of the Fair.
Miss McDowell Is tho ward of Execu
tive Commissioner William C. Buskett,
Chief Justjce Gordon Hunter, of British
Columbia, Mrs. Hunter, Miss Grace Hunter
and Miss Mary Nolan were among the vis
itors last week to the Exposition. Misses
Hunter and Nolan left Thursday evening
for Salt Lake City. Utah, to resume their
tour to their Eastern homes.
Miss A. B. Holllstcr, who has been
spending the past month visiting her
brother. Dr. O. C Lollister, of this
city, left on Wednesday for her home
In Chicago. Miss Hollister has been
a member of the faculty of the Chi
cago University since its foundation
ten years ago. as teacher of clay mod
eling and arts and crafts.
Miss Mcllle J. Reynolds, formerlv a.
resident of Portland, but now of Chicago,
and Miss Vlda Davis, were among the
visitors to the Fair last week. Miss
Reynolds and Miss Davis are guests of
Miss Tlllle F. Cornelius, 71S Wayne street
Mrs. A. R. Burbank, a pioneer of Yam
hill County, Is in the city, the guest of
her niece, Mrs. Picrson, S75 East Yamhill
Postmaster George W. Dennis, wife and
son, also Miss Lillian Boyle, of Leslie.
Mich., have started on their return home
via San Francisco, Los Angeles. Salt
Lake City, Denver, Omaha and Chicago.
Mr. Dennis extended trip West was made
principally to see his aged mother, now In
her S5th year. She has resided In Portland
for 20 years, and during this time mother
and son have not seen each other.
Mr. and Mrs. 1L M. Brown, of Park
City, Mont, have been visiting friends
and relatives in Salem. Forest Grove and
Portland for several weeks, and seeing
the sights of the Lewis and Clark Expo
sition. Mr. and Mrs. Brown were for many
years in early life residents of Washing-
There's a Well-Beaten Path
IT LEADS DIRECTLY TO OUR DOORS
Thronfs of buyers follow it day "by day. It shows that we are strengthening the friendly relations be
tween the store and the public, without which there can be no success. Wanfyou to keep coming; want you
to tell your friends and neighbors about the store. We want to serve them as faithfully as we are serving
you. Confidence once established the rest is easy.
The most phenomenal Suit Values we have ever
offered will be placed on sale Monday and Tuesday.
47 New Tailor-Made Suits
Mixed effects and new Scotch mixtures, elegantly
man tailored; 18.00 and 20.00 values, Monday
and Tuesday for. ... . . .$12.50 and 15.00
37 New Tailor-Made Suits
With long, tight-fitting coats, in pinhead checks and
hairline stripes; very nobby garments, Monday and
Tuesday only at $17.50, $19.50, $22.50
and $23.50 Best fitting garments on earth.
No alterations necessary except in extreme cases.
New Separate Skirts
147 new, separate Skirt3 will be placed on sale Mon
day and Tuesday. Shape, materials and hang just
as they should be. Prices $5.00, $6.50,
$7.50, $8.50, $9.00 and $0.50.
1 Mrs. J. T. Bagley has returned, after a
year's absence abroad."
Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Holt have
moved to 777 Hoyt street.
Mr. ahd Mrs. W. S. Toole, of Seattle,
are visiting In Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Zeltfuchs, of Wallace.
Idaho, are In the city visiting the Fair.
Mrs. John Eben Young returned .Satur
day from a three months' visit to New
Mr. and Mrs. Max G. Cohen and Mrs.
A. Schwartz have returned after a five
weeks' stay In San Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Allison, of
Ashland, who have been guests of Mrs.
W. F. Koehler, returned home last week.
J. Ed Sullivan and Gertrude Dlnneen
spent Wednesday and Thursday with Mrs.
A. Sullivan and her son at Cedar Mill,
Mr. and Mrs. William G. Sawyer, of
Hot Lake, Or., are visiting at the home
of Mrs. Sawyer's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Ed Sullivan has left for his home In
Bangor, Me., after visiting his cousins,
the Misses Dinneen, at their home, 281
Twentieth street, Xorth.
A. E. Freed man returned Friday from
Seattle, whero he went to act as best
man at the marriage of his cousin, Louis
Garnnkle to Miss Hlmelhoch.
Mrs. L. G. Lindsay, of Vancouver, B. C,
Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Joseph Mac
queen. Mrs. Lindsay Is accompanied by
her little daughter. Margaret.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rand and their
two daughters, of Sheridan, have returned
to their home after spending two weeks
visiting Portland and the Exposition.
Mrs. Bert Bercovich and son will
leave Sunday evening for their homo
at Oaklan.d, Cal.. after vlHltlng Mrs.
Bercovlch's mother for the past two
Mrs. Martin Wagner and two chil
dren have returned to Portland from
their Seaside cottage, and are now
located In their new home on East
Burnsldo street. v
Mrs. C A. Coburn has gone to Eugene
with hr irrnndrtatirhtnr MIks .Imii
Slauson, who takes up Junior work In cIt' a11 the week. visiting relatives and
the TJniversitv nf nrornn Kh triir Lthe Exposition. The last time he was In
Fall and Winter Dress Goods
A hundred different weaves crowd the Dress Goods
Counters. A brilliant array of New Scotch Plaids
in all the colors will be on sale Monday and Tuesday.
Black French Dress Goods
We have the newest and best things obtainable in
new Fall Dress Fabrics, including the swellest pro
ductions of the world's best weavers. A really won
derful collection of choice black and colored dress
goods. Values unmatched and unmatchable in Port-
land or the Northwest.
Children's School Coats-
In plain and fancy mixtures. Monday and Tuesday
special sale $1.50, $1.75, $2.25, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50,
$4.50, $5.00, $5.60, $6.25, $6.85, $7.00 and upwards.
Misses' and Children's new
Cravenette Raincoats, All Sizes
138- Ladies New Cravenettes, latest styles, new
designs, all of the latest colorings. See us Monday
SOUTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND MORRISON STREETS, PORTLAND, OR.
ton County. They removed to the Yel
lowstone Valley 2 years ago, and this Is
their first visit to Oregon since that time.
They find much to Interest them In the
development of the localities during their
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Blhlmeyer. of Rich
mond, S. D., arrived last Friday morning
to visit their relatives In this city, Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Greenfield, whom they have
not seen before for nearly 25 years, and
also to take in the Lewis and Clark Ex
position. Mr. Blhlmeyer has had much
experience In stockraising, and went to
the stock show yesterday to see what this
country produces. To say that he was
greatly surprised la stating It very mildly.
He says this exhibit of stock was tho
finest he ever saw.
Mr. Edgar Bryan and Mr. O. J. Carr.
Oregon pioneer of 1S32 and 1SS3, respect
ively, for many years residents of Seat
tle, have been In Portland all tho past
week. Mr. Bryan Is the secretary of tho
Washington Pioneer Association. Mr.
Carr was a teacher in Marlon County for
many years, and among other places,
taught at Jefferson Institute, In the City
of Jefferson. Marlon County, and the late
honored Judge Charles Byron Bellinger
was one of his pupils. Mrs. Bellinger,
then Miss Johnson, was also one of his
pupils; also several members of the
Mr. N. J. Cochran, of Brownsville, a
pioneer of 1E47. and a volunteer soldier In
the Yakima war of 155-u6, has been In the
was here on a visit to Miss Urquhart
for four days this week.
Mrs. J. F. 'Kotthoff. of Spokane,
Wash., was here on Friday evening,
the guest of Miss Katie Qulnn.
Miss Else K. Zschlesche, who had
been here for some time, has returne
to her home In San Francisco.
Mls3 E. Victor, of Seattle, who fo
merly resided here, was a guest at din
ner on Wednesday, to the pleasure x
all who knew her.
this city before the past week was 31
years ago. He. found it somewhat difficult
to make his way around, as all the old
blazes had grown over. When he read
"Obadlah Oldway's" story In last Sun
day's Orcgonian. he smiled; but when he
came to the city he realized that "Old
way's" description of the entrance to the
city and his first experiences thereafter
were literally true. Mr. Cochran thinks
electricity Is all right, but has no use for
At tho "Women's Union.
Mrs. Charles Piatt, of St. Johns, was
a guest at luncheon on Friday.
Mrs. Ida S. Lovegren, of Clatskanle,
was otae of this week's transients.
Miss Gertrude Heal, from Victoria.
B. C. has come for an Indefinite stay.
Miss Katie Bartel. of Xewton. Kan.,
came early In the week and Is making
her home here.
Miss Alice Erlckson. of Qnlncy, Is
here for a short time, visiting her sis
ter. Miss Bertha Erlckson.
Miss Harriet Chllders, of The Dalles.
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FALL AND WINTER STYLES IN
Ladies' and Misses' High-Class
Tailor Suits, Gowns and Dresses
Representing the very latest
short-coat models in Eton,
v Bolero and Princess effects:
also long coat suits in 50 to
55-inch lengths, embracing
the new shades of plums,
greens, Bordeaux blues and
Taflor-fifade Suits of Serges, Broadcloths Chev
iots and Fancy Worsteds $25.00 to $150.00
WHERE ELECTRICITY is used in the home for LIGHT
ING, there are numerous 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."
The numerous advantages, the economy of operation, and
the superiority of ELECTRIC IRONS over those heated by
any other method is so great that comparison is out of the
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Portland General Electric Company
SEVENTH AND ALDER STREETS
Telephone Exchange 13
ProLRingler's Physical Culture School j
309 Alder Street, near Sixth
Fine Equipped Private Gymnasium with Baths, Locker Room, etc Class
and Private Instruction in All Branches of Physical Training
fat People Reduced
Ladies' Evening Class Opens Monday, October 2d. Special 15-Day Member
ship Rate $5.00 for the Year. Meets Twice a Week
Portland Dancing Academy
PROF. RINGLER - - Instructors - - MISS BUCKENMEYER
Latest Correct Dances Taught
Tuesdays, Saturdays 12 Lessons $5.00 Single Lesson 50c