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THE SUXDAY OREGOXIAX, FORTIA20), FEBRUAHY 11, 1906.
Tho Portland Academy Club gave a
skating party last Thursday evening: at
the rink In Washington street. About DO
youns people were present. Among: events
at the rink soon to be 'given Is a Multno
mah Club evening; also on February 22
thero will be a masquerade carnival.
Frizes for costumes will be awarded at
10 o'clock, when masks arc removed.
the valley. The bride's gown was of "white
tulle over white silk. Mrs. Hodgson, aunt
of the bride, wore an unusually handsome
gown of gray panno velvet. Mrs. Irons
and Mrs. Davis assisted In dispensing re
freshments. The annual athletic reception of Port
land Academy took place on Friday even
ing, February 2, at the home of Pro
fessor and Mrs. S. Rutherford Johnston.
Members of the football and baseball
teams wore satin badges with lettering
In the academy yellow. The football team,
which has proved itself a champion team
for six years, was entitled to their in
scription which was "Champion, 1905."
The baseball badges were decorated with
bats and balls in yellow. Cups and other
trophies of the teams were on view. The
supper table was decorated in the acad
emy colors. About SO guests were present.
A delightful social event of the week
was the "at home" given by the Scottish
Rite Masons on Friday evening. The
promenade, headed by Mr. and Mrs. H. S.
Rowe on the right and Mr. H. W. Scott
and Miss Judith Scott on the left, pre
sented a beautiful picture. The subdued
lighting effect on the many beautiful
gowns was frequently commented upon,
and the mirrors studding the ldes of the
spacious ballroom reflected many times
over the number on the floor. The decor
ations of palms and flowers were placed
so as to bring forth added beauty and
showed artistic taste In their arrange
ment. The floor was In superb condition,
and the frequent encores to the pro
gramme of 18 dance numbers were not to
be refused. While the ballroom was the
main atractlon, many congregated In the
cardroom, where progressive whist was
played and trophies awarded to Mrs. Rob
ert Lutke and Mr. P. B. Borgan. De
licious light refreshments were served
throughout the evening. The hosts en
tertaining at this successful and enjoyable
"at home" were: Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Kadderly, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Werleln.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Mack, Mr. and Mrs. R.
Martin. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Col well.
Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Newcastle and Dr. and
Mrs. A. Lindsay.
EVENXS OF THE WEEK.
One of the most successful and orig
inal parties of the .season was given
last Saturday evening -by Miss Bess
Kerns at her beautiful new home at
Seventeenth street and Umatilla ave
nue. All the guests were dressed as
children of five and six years of age,
and many pretty costumes were worn.
Youthful games, songs and recitations
made tho evening pass merrily. Little
Miss Augusta Farnell, of Salem, sang,
"I'll Take My Dishes and Go Home,"
and "Pansy Annsy Ann." and was ap
plauded again and again for her clever
Impersonations. Punch was served In
the dining-room, which was beautifully
decorated with flowers and potted
plants. The guests departed at a late
hour and voted the party the best of
the year. The guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Turlay, Mr. and Mrs. C
B. Lance, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Kerns,
Mr. J. M. Nickum. Misses Ethyl Nick
um, Fern Nickum, Augusta Farnell,
Alice Alger, Emma Cowan, Helen
Petsch, Eva Wentworth, Myrtle
Nickum, Alice Schuyler, Bernlce Tur
lay, Mayde Nickum, Bess Kerns,
Messrs. R. C. Baker, H. M. Shaw, Hollie
Shaw, J. Stephenson, Jack Matteson,
JameR Coatc, Francis Curtis and Ron
Twenty-five members of George
Wright Relief Corps gathered at the
residence of Mrs. H. N. Packard, 189
Union avenue, last Wednesday for the
bimonthly sewing. Luncheon "was
served at noon and also at. 5 o'clock.
A large amount of sewing was done,
and more planned.
The corps Is very busy preparing
for a supper and sale to be held during
the Spring at the sewings, which are
held twice a month. Much work of a
practical nature is accomplished and
all the members are in true sym
pathy with the objects of the order,
viz.: "To care for him who has borne
the battle," and also for the aged
widows of veterans. Those present
were Mesdames Caukin, Chamberlain,
Courter, Emken, Gllman, Goodwin,
Graves, Graham. Harkleroad, Jacques,
Morrison. Moise, Maitzell, Munger,
Monckton, Mlckley. Packard, Russ,
Thompson, Taylor and Welgand. Mrs.
Armstrong, from Detroit, was a guest,
also Mesdames Merrill and Ogilbee, of
A valentine entertainment of a most
successful character was held at the White
Temple last Friday ovenlng. It was given
by the V. I. A. chapter of young ladies.
A most enjoyable programme was ren
dered in the Sunday school hall, and the
following participated in a most accept
able manner: Mr. Claude Hicks. Miss
Mildred Morgan. Miss Jones and Miss
Anna Halleck. Then the large company
of over 400 young people thronged to the
Lower Temple. This was attractively and
strikingly decorated with over 50 fathoms
of Astoria fishnet, in which were fastened
myriads of red hearts, also clusters of
the rich Oregon grape. Artistic valentines
and the comic ones were displayed, and
hundreds were sold. A special feature
was tho large letterbox in tho center of
the room, and the two delivery windows,
where the young people called for their
valentines during the evening. Candy was
fllso sold, while tea and cakes were served
in a charming nook.
Mrs. A. Crofton entertained the Tues
day Afternoon Club last week at her
home. 128 East Sixteenth street. The pro
grammea continuation of "Merchant of
Venice" was In charge of tho hostess,
and consisted of character sketches, read
ing from Act IV and general discussion.
The following memhon v.n i .
sketches: Mrs. Unite. "Antonio and Bas
anlo"; Mrs. Stiles, "Portia"; Mrs. Crof
ton, "Jessica"; Mrs. Pugh. "Shylock".
At the close of the programme, delicious
refreshments were served, the hostess be
ing assisted by Mrs. Baily. Each one
present received a bunch of violets as a
souvenir of the afternoon. Mrs. H. M
Ogden and Mrs. Whistler were guests of
the hostess. The club will meet next
time with Mrs. Frank Miles, 337 Eugene
street, at 12:15 o'clock.
The members and a few friends of
the Diamond Whist Club, were en
tertained In a most delightful manner
by Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Menges at their
home. 927 East Glisan street, Saturday
evening, February 3. Twenty hands of
whist were played. Prizes were won
by Mrs. R. c. Brooks. Mrs. H. Wach.
smuch. J. TIchner and c Doty. Dell
Icous refreshments were served at
small tables. Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Legrand, Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Mayor, Mr. and Mrs. J. Grider,
Mrs. Cate, Miss Leslie Cate. Paul Bates,
Lottie Armstrong, Mr. Kraen, Mr. and
Mrs. Titchncr. Mr. and Mrs. c. Doty,
Mr. and Mrs. Hovdalh, Mr. and Mrs. R.
C Brookes, Mr. and Mrs. Wachsmuch.
Mr. and Mrs. Hovdalh will entertain
the club on February 17.
The Portland Chapter of the
Daughters of the Confederacy met with
Mrs. Florence Lee Clark, Fourteenth
street and Union avenue, last Thurs
day evening. Miss George read, with
her true Southern accent, the story
written by herself for the 'Pacific
Monthly, eatitled "The Famous Hent
xnan's Place." Mrs.. George Stovall
was elected historian for the chapter.
The social hour spent over the de
licious refreshments, with punch,
$tosed one of. the most enjoyable meet
ings of tho chapter. AH Southerners
are urged to meet with the chapter
at Mrs. A. M. Lee's, 553 Hood street.
Take Third-street car, get off on First
and Grant streets.
Saturday afternoon. February 3, the
choir boys of St. David's Church, were
delightfully entertained by Mrs. A. H.
Boyd, of GOT Lewis avenue, Midway. Out
door games were played, the most en
joyable one being a paper chase After
the chase a dainty luncheon was served
to the boys. Mrs. Boyd was assisted In
entertaining by Mrs. T. P. Holmes and
Miss Alice Holmes. All enjoyed them
selves, and hope to be entertained In like
manner again. Those present were Frank
Herbert, Charles Herbert, Archie Roth,
Roy Camp, Clyde Phillips. Walter Phil
Hps. Frank Mancur, Ralph Shaw, Edward
Windier and Charles Boyd.
On Saturday evening, February 3, Royal
Circle, No. 523, W. O. W., gave a party
in the Abington building. Their parties
have grown greatly in popular favor
during the present Winter. On this occa
sion, a short, yet choice musical and lit
erary programme was first given, after
which the -floor was quickly filled and
dancing begun. Fisher's orchestra fur
nished music' Excellent punch was served
In an adjoining room. The quilt which
had been so generously donated by one
of the members, Mt;s. Everett, was raffled
at 11 o'clock and the lucky number was
drawn by Mrs. Burke, of South Portland.
A surprise party was given at the home
of Mlso Lenora Sinks, 3C3 Bast Twelfth
street. February 3. The evening was spent
in playing game and musical selections
were given by Elsie Hinze and Ethel
Layhe. Later in the evening dainty re
freshments were served. Those present
were Lenora Sinks, Alice Morrow, Judith
Joy, Grover Sinks, Esther Lowrey, Ivan
Bishop. Ethel Layhe. Stella Taylor, Ma
mie Tonsand, Lois Coffee. Gordon Steel,
Walter Detemple. Agnes Hesse, Anson
Cornelle, Elsie Hinze, Glfford Euston. Vic
tor Sinks', Lillle Bartman. Hazel Wood,
Oscar Carlson and Orman Painter.
A surprise was given to' Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Allison at their home last
Tuesday evening, celebrating their tin
wedding. Among those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Osborne, Misses L. and
F. Osborne. Tom Osborne, G. Elger,
Mr. and Mrs. Pomeroy. Mrs. Hoi Us
and son Guy, Mr. and Mrs. R. Green,
Misses Myrtle. Florence, Hetty. Edith
and Carrie Green. R. Green, Jr., Miss
Johann McDonnell, Rob Morrison. Miss
E. Allison. Messrs. Frank R Ernest,
Robert and Cliff Allison. A very en
joyable time was spent. Refreshments
Under the leadership of Miss Julia
Hatch, the women of Piedmont Presbyte
rian Church have this week organized a
missionary society. The following officers
have been appointed: Mrs. William O.
Ashby, president: Mrs. L. M. Boozer, vice
president; Mrs. T. F. Kershaw, secretary;
Mrs. L. L. Ovaltt, treasurer; Mrs. W. W.
Payne, secretary of literature. Tho first
regular meeting will bo held at the home
of the pastor. Rev. L. M. Boozer, on Fri
day, tho 23d Instant, at 2:30 P. M.
One of the prettiest dances of the
series being given by the Gee Lo Ran
Club was that given Friday evening,
February 2, at Rlngler's Hall. Deco
rations were entirely in Chinese fit
tings, intermingled with many colored
electric lights. About 100 couples
danced to the delightful music fur
nished by Parsons' Orchestra. The hit
of the evening was the Gee Lo Ran
The musical department of the Portland
Woman's Club was entertained last Thurs
day afternoon by Mr. J. Adrian Epplng at
his residence. After the usual chorus
work, Mrs. Emily Hampson sang "The
Sweetest vFlower That Blows," by Haw
ley, and Mrs. F. M. Branch. "Hearest
Thou, Mother?" The ladles' chorus Is to
sing "Aunt Jerusha's Quilting Party" on
February 21 at Grace M. E. Church.
Miss Grace O'Neill gave a farewell
party last Friday evening In honor
of Miss Minnie Trueb. who leaves soon
for a short visit with friends In Cali
fornia. Games and music were en
joyed, after which a delicious lunch
was served. Twenty young folks -were
present and all wished Miss Trueb a
safe and pleasant trip and a jolly
time while in California.
A very pretty dancing party was given
in Rlngler's Hall on Wednesday even
ing by Miss Edna Todd. The decorations
of red lights and red flowers were espe
cially unique and attractive. The floor
committee lor the occasion consisted of
the Misses Delia Krantz, Lou Sliver and
Alma Todd. Each girl of the committee
carried an arm bouquet of red carnations.
A very beautiful wedding, took place at
St." Francis Church Wednesday morning
at 9 o'clock, when Miss Katharine Marie
Sinnott was united In marriage to Mr.
Anthony Bernard Heltkemper. The
bridal party entered the church to the
strains of "Lohengrin," played by Mies
Mae Gleason. Rev. Father Walt offi
ciated, assisted by the Messrs. Frank and
James Sinnott, as'altar boys. Tho bride
was beautifully dressed in a gown of
white net over silk, and carried a lovely
bouquet of white carnations. Miss Kath
arine Cavanaugh acted as bridesmaid and
carried pink carnations. Mr. William
Heltkemper. brother of the groom, was
best man. Miss Sadie Kindred and Miss
Margaret Sinnott were the maids of honor.
Mr. Carl Straub and Mr. Jack Urquhart
were ushers. After the wedding cere
mony, a wedding breakfast was served
to the intimate friends. The rooms wero
artistically decorated with holly and Ore
gon grape and hearts. The newly mar
ried couple were the recipients of many
(beautiful presents. The bride's bouquet
was caught by Miss B. Du Celt. The re
ception, which was held from S to 12 P. M.,
was well attended by her numerous
friends. Mr. and Mrs. Heltkemper will
bo at home to their friends after February
20 at 435 West Burlington, St. Johns, Or.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sinnott. parents of
the bride, also celebrated their 25th an
niversary and their daughter's bridal day.
Alfred T. Huntington and Mrs. Sarah M.
Phillips, of Portland, were united in mar
riage, February 3, 1W5, at 2:30 P. M., at
271 College street. Rev. Henry A. Bard en
performed the marriage ceremony. The
bride was accompanied by her sister. Mrs.
Martha P. Hodges, and by Mrs. A. T.
Mims. Miss Eva Hodges. Miss Kittle Van
nostran and Master Phillips. Mr. and
Mrs. Huntington left on the evening train
for the Sound, where they will visit In
Tacoma and Seattle. They will return to
their home In Portland after a few days.
A quiet wedding took place at the res
idence of Frank Snyder, Sunday evening,
February 4, when Theodore Armstrong,
of Pendleton, and Miss Helen Holtz, of
Mount Tabor. Or., were united in mar
riage. The ceremony was performed by
G. W. Rlgby. A delicious supper was
served after tho ceremony. Mr. and Mrs.
Armstrong leave, in the near future, for
Grand Rapids, Mich., where they will
make their future home. They have the
best wishes of their Pendleton friends.
Reginald Jw Richardson and Miss Lily
A. Travllllan, prominent young people In
the social life and work of the Second
Baptist Church, were united In marriage
Wednesday evening. February 7, by Rev.
Stanton C Lapham, the pastor. Dr!
White, of Pendleton; Miss Hazel White,
of Cathlamet, -with others from out of
tows were present. The bride's gown was
of white ailk and. lace, an her Sowers
were lilies of the valley, while the brides
maids carried whlta and red roses. The
ceremony was performed beneath wedding
Dells. Many appropriate girts were re
ceived. There wrre eight in th bridal
part'. J. T. Richardson and H. Travil
Han were groomsmen, while MIsa Nettle
Travllllan and Hazel White acted a the
bridesmaids. The mother of the bride
escorted the groom, while the father pre
sented the bride to the groom. Mr. and
Mrs. Richardson are spending their
honeymoon in Northern Washington and
the cities of the Sound.
On Tuesday evening, February 6, Miss
Etta Worthln and Charles Kruger were
married at the home of the bride's moth
er, m East Pine street. About 20 friends
of the young people formed the wcddlnjf
party. A wedding repast was served after
the ceremony. Rev. S. C Lapham. of
the Second Baptist Church, officiated. Mr.
and Mrs. Worthln will make their home
R. B. White and Miss Angela McGregor
were married at the Cathedral, on Thurs
day morning. February L by Rev. Father
McDavitt. The ceremony took place at
The engagement Js announced of Lieu
tenant Oliver Stevens Eskrldge. Twenty
seventh Infantry. U. S. A., to Miss Ella
May Fuller, of Floral Park. New York.
Lieutenant Eskrldge Is the grandson of
the late Major-Gencral Isaac L Stevens,
and tho nephew of Mrs. Edward W. Bing
ham, formerly of this city, but now a res
ident of Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Delorage will receive
on Sunday, February IS, from 2 until 5,
In honor of their daughter. Sadie Lucia,
who graduates this week from the Port
land High School. Miss Delorage will re
ceive on Sunday evening, 1S5 Sixteenth
Mrs. Clyath. of Woodlawn. announces
the engagement of her daughter, Nellie,
to James Brown, of 227 Washington
street. The wedding will take place In
Mrs. C E. Hoxsle announces the en
gagement of her daughter, Bessie, to D.
H. McCline. The marriage will take place
Mrs. C A. Burchard will be at home the
first Thursday of the month.
Fully alive to the old-established fact
that the way to a roan's heart la through
his stomach, the Portland S:hooI of Do
mestic Science will this week bend all Its
culinary energy to the production of Val
entine dainties. There will be Valentine
sandwiches, cakes, entrees and salads.
Confections suitable for the Valentine sea
son will also be In evidence, including
Maple and French nougat and a new,
healthful sweetmeat, known as "apple
ginger." The classes for the week will be
as follows: Tuesday. 7:30 P. M- meats;
Wednesday. 9 A. M.. pastry: Wednesday,
7:30 P. M. (nurses' class), bread and sand
wiches; Thursday. 9 A. M.. bread; Thurs
day. 2:30 P. M., plain entrees: Friday, UC
P. SL. food study: Saturday, 9 A. M..
meats; Saturday, 7:30 P. M. (Japanese
The Z. B. R. S. announce their Valen
tine party for tomorrow (Monday) night.
February 12. at New Woodmen Hall. East
Sixth and East Alder streets. They have
Issued a very unique Invitation for this
party, with a comic verse printed on it.
These parties will be continued, as usual,
until the close of the season, on the sec
ond Monday of each month. The club
members are L. F. Buck. William E. Rup
pcIU EL H. Dowllng, William Sandercock.
Jr.. and F. E. Smith. The patronesses
arc Mrs. M. U. Zeltfucbs, Mrs. E. B.
Brown and Mrs. M. E. Butler.
An unusually interesting programme has
been arranged for the Y. W. C A. "at
home" this afternoon. Rev. Dr. Brougher.
pastor of the First Baptist Church, will
give an address; Miss Matle Train and
Miss Carrie Haydcn. readings; the Misses
Dickinson, violin solo; Mrs. Nelson and
Miss Johnson, vocal duet; Miss Gretchen
Dickinson and Miss McConnell, solos, with
Miss Kennedy, accompanist.
The Ladles Aid Society of the First Bap
tist Church and Banarjee Circle will give
a reception Tuesday afternoon from 2 to
5, at the White Temple, to Mrs. Sukboda
Banarjee. native missionary from Calcut
ta. A cordial invitation is extended to the
Miss Watklns, the blind woman of tho
Patton - Home, will give a musical and
elocutionary entertainment at S55 Mis
lsslppl avenue, Friday, the 16th Inst., at
S P. M. Miss Watklns will be assisted
by pupils of Mrs: Gillespie's elocution
A Valentine tea will be given on
Wednesday afternoon next, at the resi
dence of Mrs. R. B. Knight, 22S Chapman
street, corner of Main street, by the
Woman's Guild of St. Stephen's Church.
The members of Company B. Third
Infantry, O. N. G., will give another
of their pleasant dancing parties on
Friday, February 16. Invitations re
quired. Portland Homestead, No. 916, Yeo
men, will give a valentine dance
Wednesday, February 14. Mulkey bldg..
Second and Morrison. Friends Invited.
The Illinois Study Club will meet with
Mrs. C Gritxtnacher. CS3 Taylor street.
Wednesday, February 14. at 230; topic.
Rev. R. Abrahams on has gone to Welser,
Idaho, for a short trip.
Mrs. H. E. Judge left last evening for a
visit of several weeks In Spokane.
Ml Cronln and Mlse Mamie Cronln
left last week for Southern California.
J. R. Stoddard and daughter Helen are
spending a few weeks in Southern Call
Mrs. Josephine Maclean spent the past
week visiting friends in Seattle and Ta
Mr. and .Mrs. A. T. Webb have Just re
turned from a three months trip In
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Freed man have re
turned from an Eastern trip and are
stopping at the HIIL
Dr. H. M. Smith, who has been visiting
jjr. ana .airs. u. a. bmiui, nas gone to
Eugene for a short stay.
Mr. Sol Shaplrer leaves today (Sun
day) at 2 P. M. for New York City to
attend the Horwitz-Kohn wedding.
Dr. Anna Maurer. of Eugene, met her
daughter. Miss Pansy, of Monmouth, in
Portland and both attended the grand
Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Chambers, Jr.,
have moved from tho Hobart-Cartla and
taken up their residence at KB Marshall
The Ml5ses Carrie and Edith Rosen
blatt have completed their tour of
France, Belgium ana Holland and c
now in London.
-Mr. J. Baum. of 354 College street, left
Portlana jsonaay evening ror Los An
geles for the benefit of his health. He
will be gone two or tnree months.
Dr. and Mrs. C S. Archer left for Cali
fornia last Saturday evening. Alter com
pleting some important business In the
Bay City, they will vUlt Southern Cali
fornia, before returning.
Miss Eleanor Gardner returned last
week from a two months visit in Pa
deaa and Califonua coast resorts. She
was also a guest of Mrs. H. I Pitten-
drigh In San Francisco on her way home.
Friends of Eugene A. Ball's will be
pleased to learn that Mr. Ballls. who went
East In the early Fall. Is doing very suc
cessful work In the club life of the Phelps
Memorial Settlement, on the East Side, a
work which he look charge of upon his
arrival in New York.
At the Women's Union.
Miss Jesslo E- Bayllss is making her
home hero for' theprcscnt.
Mrs. Foote came In the end of the
week for an indefinite stay.
Miss Louise Morrill, of Condon, is the
latest name on the register.
Miss Ruth Wilson Whitney has been
here this week from Heppner on a visit
to her mother, Mrs. E. W. Whitney.
II. B. liltt,
Fourth and Washington.
The famous "Stratton" suits for early
Spring wear are arriving dally. New
Eton, new Pony, new English tight-Ilt-tlng
and half-fltted Ideas. The colorings
are grays, green. Alice blue. rose, blacks
and white serges. Coats of each model
most choicely trimmed and tailored and
silk-lined. Skirts arc specially smart.
$1.98, Not S3. 50, bHt $1.98.
A small lot of mohair and nun's veiling
waists at the above price to close out.
Values go to &50. A small lot of under
wear, soiled from being In the window,
at half price. Closing out our entire line
of Infants' wear and ladles underwear
to make room for our waist stock. Beck's,
272 Washington street.
Yoder Studio. Special rate. East 5259.
Oregonians in South
Mrs. S. S. Moore, of Portland, Is in
, Miss Mary Cain, of Portland, Is
visiting in Santa Barbara.
C. W. Wood, of Portland, spent a few
days during the week at San Diego.
J. D. Wharton and family, of Port
land, are visitors in Santa Barbara.
MIssN. R. Rcbbini. of Portland, Or.,
will make her future home In San
Mrs. J. A. Brown, of Portland, Is
visiting friends on Florence avenue In
Mrs. Jonathan Bourne, Jr.. of Port
land, Is spending, somo days In Los
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ml Sage and
daughter, of Baker City, Or., are at
J. J. Henry and family, of Pomona,
are entertaining W. EL Williams and
wife, of Hood River, Or.
Mrs. W. D. Skinner, of Portland, Or
was visiting in San Jose for a few
days during the week.
J. If. McClung, of Eugene. Or., has
been visiting with J. M. Sharp and
family at Gaticoy for the past few days.
Mrs. P. C Luphcr, of Long Beach,
has as her guests this week her cous
in. J. E. Ferguson and wife, of Astoria,
Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Hasbrouck and
son. of Idaho Falls. Idaho, wero at
La Jolla this week looking for a cot
tage. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brooks, of Port
land. Or., arc visiting at the home of
Professor A. E. Downing In Lords
burp. C. S. Hamilton, of Portland. Oregon,
spent several days during the week
with his cousin, H. H. Llnville, at
Judge G. A. Hartman. Mrs. Hartman
and Miss Jessie Hartman. of Pendle
ton. Or, have been at San Bernardino,
guests of F. S. Younger.
Mrs. R. J. Wendllng. W. M. Cook. D.
I. Smith. Misses Maud Grant and
Josephine Brune. F. W. Warren and
wife, of Portland, are In Los Angeles.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Warren and
Miss Warren, of Portland. Or., have
arrived and will spend considerable
time at Coronado before returning to their
Charles Spauldlng, of Salem, Or.,
came to Southern California last week
and dropped In upon his uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Kent, at
S. It. Chandler, a prominent shecp
ralser and president of the Eastern
Oregon Wool Growers Association,
had been spending a few days In Santa
Barbara visiting E. A, Herrick.
Benzalllnl Chandler, late Company
B. Third Iowa Infantry, a native of
Ohio, admitted from Lake View, Or.,
in 1904. died January 2S. aged SO, at
the Santa Monica Soldiers' Home.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Pnrrlsh. of
Salem. Oregon, were for a few days
during the week guests of Mr. Par
rlsh's aunt. Mrs. Alex Kelr. and fam
ily. In Fifth street, at San Bernardino.
The widow of Governor Steunen
berg. who was killed by a dynamite
bomb ct Caldwell, Idaho. December 31.
is at the Paradise Valley Sanitarium
recovering from the shock of her hus
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Raley and Captain
William Gadsby. of Portland. Or., are
among the recent arrivals at Santa
Barbara. They will remain for sev
eral weeks and will spend some of
their time on the channel after fish.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Taylor and
their daughter. Miss May. and son.
Ford, have left Woodland on their
return to Pendleton. Or., after a very
pleasant visit with the families of
Fred Mast, J. T. Alexander and James
G. B. Morlne and his daughter, Miss
Mabel, father and sister of Mrs. C F.
Conrad and Frank Morlne, who have
been visiting at Arroyo Grande for
four weeks, went to San Luis Obispo,
Saturday, and to San Francisco Sun
day. After a few days In that city
they departed for their home In Bo
Henry Blackmail, of Heppner, Or,
took a farewell gjance at tho Santa
Monica beach Friday before starting
on the return trip home. Mr. Black
man, who was for two terms a mem
ber of the Oregon State Senate, came
south with the Oregon excursionists
and was so well pleased that he has
decided to return next Winter with
his family. En route home, he ex
pected to stop at Tulare and San Fran
cisco. Temperance 3Iass Meeting.
The following Is the programme for the
temperance mass meeting at Taylor
Street Methodist Episcopal Church this
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock: Singing. "The
Battle Hymn of the Republic"; prayer.
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
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The Strong, Full Pulse
Of Healthy, Active Life Beats Witt Vigorous Throb in Every Section of Our Store
Mondxy w will show resplendent Spring styles in fine Tailor-made Suitk Eton and Pony Jackets in
all the new -we-avee and fabrics for Spring 1906. An immense collection of everything that is new, stylish,
attractive and reliable and offered at nnnsnal opportunities for genuine savings throughout every depart
ment. These particulars for Monday and Tuesday. About the articles advertised below we have this to say:
There are no exaggerations regarding their worth, no misrepresentation regarding their qualities. In all our
advertisements we want you to particularly note that whatever we say is so. We are right in the front rank
of progressive merchandising that means much to you. Confidence once established the rest is easy. New
Spring goods on display Monday in every department.
. New Covert Jackets
New Spring Suits
New Silk Waists
New Dress Skirts
New Dress Goods
. : . New Silks
i New Gloves
New Silk Petticoats
Monday we place on sale a line of Silk
Petticoats made extra wide in all the
latest shades; a regular S7.50 value at
$5.45 each. The lot includes brown,
blues, grays, blacks and reds. It Trill pay
you to buy a couple at this price.
New White Goods
New Belts, Purses
New Men's Furnishings
New Spring Coats
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Rev. F. Burgette Short; marching- son?,
Tramp. Tramp. Tramp"; recitation.
"Tom." Mies Mnrlon H umbel: Introduc
tion. Mrs. L. H. Addlton. president State
"W. C. T. U.; address. Herbert C Shat
tuck. National Organizer Loyal Temper
ance Lesion: vocol solo. "Have Courage
My Boy, to Say Xo." F. A. Insley: tem
perance song. Loyal Temperance Legion
of Bethel A. M. B. Church; five-minute
addresses. Rev. Clarence True Wilson,
president State Anti-Saloon League; Rev.
Paul Rader. superintendent Stato - Anti
Saloon League; song. "We'll Turn Down
Our Glasses." primary department Taylor
Street Sunday school; recitation. "Roger
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Do not Decide on your Automobile until you have seen the 1906 Oldsmobile.
The 1305 Oldsmobile carx carry, out
more than ever the Oldsmobile idea of
exceptional quality for little money.
Tho Palace Touring- Car (4 cylinder,
direct drive (chalnless) ) and the Two
Cycle or Double Action Olds (also
chalnless) are very similar and con
form In design to the most approved
European practice and sell for a much
lower price than other cars having
similar construction, power and up-to-date
TUB FOUR CYLINDER TOURING
CAR (Model S) Is chalnless (shaft
driven), 26 to 23 h. p., 10S In. wheel
base, four vertical water cooled cyl
inders, 4U bore and 41 stroke, slid
New Laces and Embroideries
New Spring Hosiery-
New Wash Goods
New Lawn Waists
New Knit Underwear
' New Veiling
Third and Morrison
and I," MIsa Georgle Newbury; closing re
marks. I. H. Amos, chairman State Pro
"Roller Skating News.
On Washlngton'8 birthday, Thursday,
February 22. a. masked skating carnival
will be given at the Exposition Rink. All
masks will be required to be raised at
the door upon entering the rink, and from
8 until 10 o'clock only skaters In masks
and C05tumes will be permitted on the
floor. At 10 o'clock valuable prizes will
be awarded, after which general skating
tor all will continue until 11:15 o'clock.
ing- gear transmission, weight 2300
lbs., carries five persons. Price,
THE DOUBLE ACTION OLDS
(Model L) has a two cycle, two cylin
der motor, developing: 20 to 24 h. p.,
and is the only new thing- In automo
biles a revolution In motor car
building-. There are ealy 3 working;
parts an explosion every stroke no
valves, no cams, no mechanical things
to get out of order. It is the simplest
motor made. "Wheel base 102 Inches,
weighs 2000 lbs., detachable rear seat,
otherwise liko the 4 cylinder Touring
Car. Price, $1400, Including- two acet
ylene lamps, with generator, horn
New Pongee Silks
"We have just received a shipment of the new
Pongee Silks for Spring. They come in all the
latest shades, some with small dots and figures
and others in lace and Dresden effects. Monday
we place them on sale at 47 a yard See our
New Spring Hosiery
Sec our Third-street window for the best 25c
Hose ever shown in Portland. To start the
Spring Hosiery buying we have placed in this lot
values up to 50c. Be here Monday morning and
take your pick of 22 styles at 25 pair.
Now that practically all tho amusement
loving people of the city have learned to
skate and the city contains so many ex
pert skaters, it Is thought that this
masked carnival will present a magnifi
cent spectacle. Tickets will be placed
on sale at the rink on Wednesday, Feb
ruary 14. and skates may be reserved at
the time of purchasing tickets.
Spend a day In Salt Lake City, and an
other in Colorado Springs or Denver. You
have this privilege if your tickets read via
the Denver & Rio Grande. See Colorado's
famous peaks and gorges In their Winter
garb. Call upon or write W. C McBrld.
124 Third street, for particulars.
contemplating purchasing a car and. -xoulrt
nxo to have cuaamoDUe model demon
strated to me. A convenient time -would
at o'clock. ..
THE OI.DS3IOBDLE RUNABOUT
(Model B). in either curved or
straight dash. Improved to perfection
price, $750. including- lamps, horn
The only way to know about a car
is to ride In It. Please fill out "Dem
onstration 'Coupon" and mall It to
H. L. KEATS AUTO CO.,
64-66 Sixth St, Portland, Oregon
Distributors for Oregon, Washington
OLDS MOTOR WORKS