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THE SUNDAY OREGONIAN, PORTLAND, JAJTUARY 5, 1908.
Alice Dabney. Julia Dabney. Elizabeth
fpwson, Ingly Dewson, Adel Dyolt.
Gavin Dyott, Otis Fitch. Theron Fitch.
Paul Goodwin. Dorothy Goldsmith,
Elisabeth Haley. Genevieve Haley,
.layne Hosrue, Martha Hoyt, Dorothy
Huber, Winifred Huber. Clara Htrscu
herj?er. Benape Josselyn, Norman Jor
dan, Bud Kribs, Walter Korell, Archie
Kingsley, Rosland Klngsley. Helen
Uadii. Harry Lytle, David lrlnr. Alex
ander Tjinthicum. Dorothy McGuire,
Marfrerle McGuire, Huber McGuire,
Klysa MacMaster, Margaret Moara
Alexander Morrison, Rob Morrison,
Gene Morrison, Frank Nau. Frank Han
som. Nan Russell. Allen Russell. Cathe
rine Russell. Constance Sharp. Dorothy
Sharp, Alice Smith, Dorothy c-tlne, loVe
Stewart. Delberta Stuart. Cornelia
Stanley. Howard Stokes, Ford Tarpley.
Don Tarpley. Ruth Teal. Alice Tucker,
Ksther Tucker, Jack Tucker, Helen
Wortman, Kvrett Worttnan. ISdwina
Williams, Harry Wrlsht. Willard Wells,
Jack Wright, Ruth Willett, Nancy Zan.
The third of the series of this sea
son' dances Riven by the Scottish
Rite Masons will be held next Friday
evening, January 10. Cards will e
played in Memorial Hall. Mrs. R.
I..utke, Mrs. A. E. Butterfleld. Mrs.
Walter H. Judson, Mrs. W. T. Jacobson,
Mrs. D. U Povey and Mrs. J. F. Car
roll will form the receiving line. The
reception committee will be composed
of' the following members of the Rite:
Dr. Fred Gullette. C. W. King, R,
L,utke. A. E. Butterfleld, Walter Jud
son, W. T. Jacobson, D. U. Povey, J. P.
Kennedy and J. F. Carroll.
Bert Whiting, who has been a guest
at the Ontario ranch of Mr. C. E. 8.
Wood, returned for the holidays with
Mr. Erskine Wood. '
As in former years, the annual Con
cordia ball was a brilliant success,
enhanced on this' occasion from the
fact that it was preceded by a clever
vaudeville performance under the di
rection of Mr. Will Upmari, Miss Mae
Hirsch acting as Interlocutor. The
pousse cafe dance by nine of the nrls
In attractive frocks of black satin
was tremendously effective and went
with a decided dash. Following Is
The Famous Minstrel Trio Miss
Clementine Hirsch. Miss May Hirsch,
Miss Gertrude White.
"Just Because He Couldn't Sing.
Tovb Me and the World Is Mine,'"
Flora Flcit--chner, who made a tre
Pousse Cafe Dance Miss Sarah Har
ris, Miss Sophie Reck, Miss Josephine
Jacobson, Miss Florence Kohn, Miss
Mabel Beck, Miss Frankle Jacobs. Miss
Helen Coblentz. Miss Elizabeth Rosen
thal, Miss Florence Wolfe.
'Doan'' Ye Cry, Ma Honey," Miss
Dutch Stunt Miss Sarah Harris and
Miss Sophie Beck.
"Re Sweet to Me. Kid." Miss Mild red
Meyer, assisted by Miss Stella Wolfe
-and Miss Selma Meyer.
"Take the Train for Dreamland."
Mies Flora Flelwchner, assisted by the
Misses Minnie Flelschner, Selma Meyer,
Amy Rothchild. Hortense Jacobs. Stella
Wolfe, Germaine Baruh and dancing
Monologue, Miss May Hiisch.
"Honey Boy," Miss Clementine
Hirsch. assisted by dancing girls, plrk
innles and entire company.
Sor;ie very handsome gowns and
Jewels were in evidence. Mrs. Marcus
A. Flelschner wore a stunning white
spangled gown over satin, with dia
monds: Mrs. Bon Neustatder. a heavily
embroidered crepe gown, with dia
monds; Mrs. Adolphe Wolfe, white
cluny lace and Jewels: Mrs. Herman
Metzger. a Parisian robe of embroid
ered tulle, with pearls; Mrs. Sigmund
Frank, an imported sown of Irish lace;
Mrs. Edward Ehrman, Nile green satin,
with diamonds; Mrs. Julius Meyer was
a striking figure in black velvet; Mrs.
J. N. Fleischner was handsome in whHo
lace over satin; Mrs. Sol Rosenfeld
wore white spangled net; Mrs. Charles
Feldenhelmer wore white duchesse
satin; Mrs.Albert Felderiheimer was in
a handsome lace costume of an onion
brown shade; Mrs. Mose Blum, of San
Francisco, was gowned In a beautiful
costujne of black velvet and white in a
striped effect; Mrs. S. Lipman wqre
black net with diamonds; Mrs. Charles
Kohn wore black chiffon with orchids;
Mrs. Leon Hlrech. .white chiffon
trimmed with point lace and diamonds;
her sister. Miss Dittenhoffer, wojre. a
gown of light blue satin with Valen
Mrs. Potter Palmer, of Chicago, and
her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Honore Pal
mer, have left for Mexico, where their
slay is Indefinite, but en route home Mrs.
Palmer will visit at her son's Oregon
country home. This is the first season
In many years that the distinguished
Mrs. Palmer has foregone her annual
New Year's party. Chicago society, al
most traditionally, has set aside New
Year's eve as belonging to Mrs. Palmer,
for from the days that Miss Julia Dent
Grant, the present Princess Cantacuzene,
made her formal debut on that day as
the guest of her aunt, and was showered
with attentions, the dinners and elabor
ate cotillions with which society has
watched out the old and welcomed the
new at the Palmer mansion, are events
that have become memorable.
Captain and Mrs. C. H. Martin did not
sail last week for the Philippines with the
Fourteenth Infantry, but instead Captain
Martin has been transferred to the First
Infantry, retaining his station at Vancou
The military wedding of Miss Rachael
Joscphl, the attractive daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. S. E. Joseph! to Captain George
Willard Helms, of the Nineteenth Infan
try, Is to take place on January 21, at St.
David's Episcopal Church. Miss Hazel
Weidlcr Is to be the maid of honor and
Miss Amy Heltshti and Miss Inez Bar
rett the bridesmaids.
CoincldentHlly. the wedding day of Miss
Katherine Woolsey. of Tacoma. a former
and popular Portland girl. Is to take
place to an officer of the Nineteenth
Regiment, Lieutenant Parker, on the
same day as that chosen by Miss Joseph!.
Mr. and Mrs. William MacMaster are
now occupying their attractive new resi
dence near t'Be Golf Links. The country
place Is of the low. rambling English
stylo of architecture, and has been
greatly admired. On New Year's eve, Mr.
A. Berg entertained at dinner at the
Portland grill in compliment to Mr. and
On today's page appear the photo
graphs of Miss Dorothy and Mildred
Josselyn, the accomplished daughters of
Mr. and Mrs. Benage Josselyn. Mr. Jos
selyn Is the newly elected president of
the Portland Railway, Light & Power
Company, the position made vacant by
the death of Mr. H. W. Goode. Mr. and
Mrs. Josselyn have recently taken apart
ments at Alexandria Court. The two
daughters. m-ho are attending a smart
finishing school in St. Louis, came out
for the holidays, remaining here ten
days, when their presence was made the
occasion for a number of informal din
ners and a picnic luncheon at Estacada,
the guests being conveyed there and from
In Mr. Josselyn's private car.
A jolly, progressive dinner was given
New Year's eve. the IS guests dividing
themselves Into two factions. The llrst
course was served at the residences of
Miss Malda Hart, on Portland Heights,
and Miss Eva Jones, on the East Side,
the second at the homes of Miss Use
Koehler and Miss Stella Frohman, while
the final courses were served by Miss
Dorothy Holbrook. at their Willamette
Heights residence and was followed by
dancing. Present were: Miss Malda
Hart. Miss Eva Jones, Miss Leslie Smith,
Miss Leslie Weldler, Miss Use Koehler,
Miss Mary Livingstone, Miss Milla Wes
singer. Miss Stella Frohman, Miss Dor
othy Holbrook. Max Snow, Gerald East
ham, Jerome Thome, Frederick Whittle
sey, Harold Bates, Henry Wessinger,
Dick Jones, Dean Hayes and Charles
During the Christmas holidays Miss
Luella Clay C&rson. of the Oregon State
University, was entertained by Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Winch.
Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Hopkins, with
their two Interesting young sons, have
taken apartments at the Hotel Lenox for
the season, and will live there until they
go to their Medford country place next
Spring. . .
A party of Portlanders. composed of
Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Lipman. Miss Hilda
Hexter. Miss Mabel Devers. John A.
Piageman'n and Milton Kahn Journeyed
to Seaside. Tuesday evening, to celebrate
the passing of the old year.
Mrs. Sylvia McGulre will give on Janu
ary IS at Women of Woodcraft Hall.
i ' lilt ley
Tenth and Taylor streets, her beautiful
lecture. "Echoes From Dixie." A rare
treat awaits the public. The affair is
given under the auspices of the Daugh
ters of the Confederacy. A list of pat
rons and patronesses is given. The patrons
and patronesses are: Governor and Mrs.
George E. Chamberlain, Judge and Mrs.
T. G. Hailey, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Watson,
Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Coffey. Mr. and Mrs.
G. H. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rich
ardson, Mrs. H. C. Clinton. Mrs. H. H. .
Parker, the Confederate Veterans and
Daughters of the Confederacy.
Miss Genevieve Parke, daughter of
Major and Mrs. Parke, of Vancouver
Barracks, who sail tomorrow from San
Francisco for the Philippines, will be
greatly missed from the Winter gaieties
Miss Parke, who is a niece of Mr. Thomas
Scott Brooke, is a petite blonde with at
tractive coloring and has a most gracious
manner, that consequently has made her
a favorite with young and old. both here
and at the post. NANCY LEE.
EVENTS OF THE WEEK.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Frlnk very pleasantly
entertained their friends Monday. Decem
ber 30. the occasion eing the celebration
of their tenth wedding anniversary. The
rooms were decorated with ferns, ivy
Miss Ida Freeman and Mrs. Harry
Rowe received. After a solo by Mr. El
bert Thompson, the wedding marcil from
"Lohengrin" was played by Mrs. Ella
Jones. Rev. P. O. Bonebrake of
ficiating, the vows were renewed
that were made in the same
room ten years before. A pleasant
feature of the occasion was the otd-time
charivari. The guests were delightfully
entertained by an Informal programme.
Games, music on the piano and phono
graph, and a reading by Mr. Harry Rowe.
The hostess was assisted In serving by
Mrs. Jongland. Mrs. O. M. Frink and
Mrs. Elbert Thompson. Mr. and Mrs.
Frink were the recipients of many beau
tiful presents. The guests were Clyde
Boles. Mill City; Horace Underhill and
family. Summit. Or.: Professor P. O.
Bonebrake and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Evans,
Mr. and Mrs. Wills Scott. Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Hunter. 'Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Roles, Arthur Boles, Mr. and Mrs. Q. M.
Frink. Mrs. Tongeland. Professor and
Mrs. Pratt. Miss Clark, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Albin, Corvallis; Mrs. Ella Jones, Port
land: Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Thompson,
Portland: Mr. and Mrs., Harry Rowe, Sa
lem: Miss Ida Freeman. Tillamook; Vir
gil Frink, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Gray, Mr.
and Mrs. B. H. Boles. v.
The Tuesday Afternoon Club cele
brated their club day New Year's Eve
with a progressive dinner party In
honor of their husbands. The first
course was served at the home o? Mrs.
A. B. Manley. Covers were laid for
3. The large dining hall was beauti
fully decorated with holly, roses and
ferns. The club colors, violet and
white, were carried out in the favors.
Escorts were chosen by means of slips
of paper, and after considerable merri
ment the party proceeded to the nome of
Mrs. L. M. Davis where the next course
was served. The tables here were deco
rated with hawthorne berries. Oregon
grape and ferns. The place cards con
tained quotations from "Ring Out Wild
Bells." and the gentleman holding the
duplicate quotation was elected to
escort the lady to the next residence.
Among these quotations was an orig
inal one to the Tuesday Afternoon
Club, which was greatly appreciated.
From here the party proceeded to
the home 1 of Mrs. G. C. Eshelnian,
where the last course was served from
a table beautifully decorated with lilies
of the valley. Oregon grape and
candlebra. Here again partners were
chosen fcy means of numbers on slips
of paper. During the progress f this
course Mrs. Mary Scott Myers road the
selection. "The Death of the Old Year."
Many toasts were given to the success
of the club. Games were enjoyed until
the old year passed and the new was
One of the social events of the week
was a New Year's reception Wednesday
night, at the First Christian Church,
given by the pastor and deacons with
their wives to the members of the
church. This was one of the most
pleasant functions held in the church for
some time. The parlors were beautifully
decorated in green and white, and lig'ht
refreshments were served.
The guests were received at the door by
Mr. and Mrs. E. & Muckly, Mr. and Mrs.
H. M. Haller, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. For
rester and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. McClung.
Mrs. Alvtn S. Hawk acted as mistress of
ceremonies in the reception-room, and
Mrs. C. H. Jones In the refreshment
room. These were ably assisted by Mr.
and Mrs. S. F. Ball. Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
Brown. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Faust, Dr.
and Mrs. H. H. Flower, Mr. and Mrs.
O. O. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. A. E.' Meserve,
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Meacham, C. H.
Jones. A. S. Hawk and G. Evart
Saker. Delightful music was furnished
throughout the evening by the Logan
Orchestra, accompanied by Mrs. G.
The Fellowship Circle of Portland had
a "Watch Night" social at headquarters
81 Selllng-Hirsch building. The rooms
were well filled at an early hour by a
very genial company, who illustrated in
a very marked manner "the saying of one
of the number that there is no age in
fellowship. While there was no set pro
gramme, a lot of Interesting things hap-
pened spontaneously. Not only interest
ing, but deeply inspiring towards an ideal
of National and individual heroism was
the story of the Russian princess, Sophie
Zovonskl, as narrated by Colonel John
Sobieskl, who had all but its tragic end
ing from the heroine's own lips. Read
ings from Shakespeare by one of the
most gifted of Shakespearean Interpret-
ers. singing of the old songs, with gen
eral sociable Intercourse, passed the even
ing very enjoyably. As the hour drew
near for the farewell to the Old Year, the
Circle joined hands and sang "Nearer,
My God. to Thee." When the city bells
and whistles announced that 1908 hajl ar
rived, the Circle joined in the Doxology,
making a true "Fellowship" beginning
for the New Year.
One of the exceedingly pleasant social
events of the new year was the celebra
tion of the tenth wedding anniversary of
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Kulper, of Arbor
Lodge. The afTair- was a complete sur
prise. One of the features of the evening
was the presentation -to Mr. and Mrs.
Kulper of a beautiful chafing set, as an
expression of the good wishes and esteem
of those present. The presentation was
made by C. B. Andrew. Among those
present were: Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Rich,
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Graham, Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton
Mooney. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Spencer, Mr.
and Mrs. Claude Jones. Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Downing. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lu
gars, Mr. and Mrs. Pascoe Cahill, Mr. and
Mrs. O. H. Kulper, Mr. and Mrs. B. R.
Fiske. Mrs. Mamie Griffith. Mrs. H. C.
Rice, Miss Bertha Reed. Miss Eva Stick
ler. Miss Maude I. Decker, Miss Alice
Preux, C. B. Andrews, T. Winks, Paul
Palmer, J. Anstey, H. H. Dodge.
About 20 young people were most
delightfully entertained by Miss Celeste
Dygert New Year's Eve. The first half
of the evening was spent in playing
"A Floral Story" and five hundred.
During the latter ' part Miss Dygert
and Mr. Qulmby rendered vocal solos,
in addition to several charming duets
by Miss Kenworthy and Mr. Ferguson.
The artistic decorations were In keep
ing with the Christmas spirit, being
garlands of evergreen, holly and mistletoe.-
Those present were: 'Misses
Mary Aviary, Eleanor Cannon, Celeste
Dygert, Hazel Ford, Luclelle Ken
worthy, ' Elsie Snyder, Florence Swet
land. Louise and Frances Welsh;
Messrs Louis Buchner, John Ferguson,
Fred Gomez, Harold Minor, George
Prentiss, Tan Quimby, Tom Robinson,
Lester Seely, Harry Trueblood.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Mem f s en
tertained at their bungalow In Mount
Tabor on Tuesday evening, the occa
sion being their fifth wedding anni
versary. ; The first prizes at five hun
dred were captured by Mrs. Lltherland
and Mr. Palmer, the second by Miss
Palmer and Mr. Knizenga. Covers
were laid for 28 in "the basement,
which was converted Into a bower of
Oregon -fir, brightened from all sides
by many tiny electric lights In red
and green. The table decorations were
carried out in the same colors with
ferns and holly. The favors were
horns which "served to welcome the
new year. -
Miss Lillian Walter entertained with a
500 party New Tear's eve. Mrs. Fred
OUon-'and W. E. Kiernan received first
prizes and Mrs. A. L. Finley and ILc.
Tibbetts the consolation prizes. Those
present were: Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Fin
ley. Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Woelm, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred L. Olson. Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Kiernan, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Oliver, Mr.
and Mrs. F. M. Burchel. Mrs. S. A. Wal
ter, the Misses Lillie Holden. Eva Wells,
Mattie Averill, Myrtle Moffett. Lillian
Walter, Messrs. R. McCall, J..W. Whit
ney, J. Moon Winckler, George Walter,
F. Abendroth, Ai C. Eggerts and H. L.
One of the pleasant gatherings of the
week was a watch party given by the
J. F. F. Club at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. L. C. Henrys. Five hundred
was played until a late hour, the prizes
being won by F. H. Fox, E. M. Lance,
Mrs. E. Holmes and Mrs. H. Westermire.
The bouse was beautifully decorated with
red and green. '
The Irvington Danciag Club gave an
other of its enjoyable- dancing parties
New Year s eve at' the Irvington club-
house. Music was furnished by Clifford's
orchestra. Thirty-five couples were pres
ent, who danced the New Year in and
the old year- cut. - Dainty refreshments
were served by the ladies. The next of
the series will .be a leap year party,
Wednesday, January 8. The patronesses
for this occasion are: Mrs. C. H. Hoeg,
Mrs. Charles Billington and Mrs. Clar
The Merrymakers were pleasantly en
tertained at a Christmas party given Fri
day evening at the home, of the- Misses
Munro, 540 Sherrett avenue. Prizes were
won by Mrs. P.. A.. Binford, Miss Meta
LeGrand, Miss G. Olson and Clyde
Shields. Other members present were
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Binford, Mr. and
Mrs. Crawford, Miss Hazel Lee. The
Misses 'Cawthorns, Miss Laura Pender
grass, P. A. Binford. T. Legrand, G. V.
Barks, Newton Morgan and Allie Grout.
A pleasant evening was spent at the
home of Miss Peterson, 123 Graham ave
nue, Tuesday evening. . The early part of
the evening was spent in playing games,
after which refreshments were served.
Those present were Ozella Burnell, May
Assesses. WAiLDou. caz
Cardwell, Edna Peterson, Marcelle Gla
zik. Belle Peterson. Ann Glazik, Leila
Smith.' Marion Peterson, Ned Elliot, Jack
Fairchild. Carl Mende. L. Johnston, Ira
Church. Faw Wiseman, Will Gleason and
Mrs. F. J. Cattelin began the new
year b'y entertaining Thursday after
noon. Those present were greatly
pleased with the "Sky Pilot" readings
by Mrs. Everett Marshal! Hurd. She
is a polished and refined reader and
her rendition of the canyon scene was
excellent. Her guests also greatly en
joyed solos by Mrs. Miller, who sang
in a charming manner. She Is always
a welcome singer.
The masque ban given By Mount Hood
Circle, Women of Woodcraft, on New
Year's eve was an entire success from
every standpoint. Mrs. C. C. Van Orsdall
and J. L. Wright, the grand guardian
and grand clerk of the Women of Wood
craft, led the grand march to music from
Fox's orchestra. The masquers danced
the old year out and the new one jn.
The' educational department of the
Woman's Club will hold Its next meeting
at the home of Mrs. Merwin Pugh. 938
East Everett street, Thursday. January
9. at 2:30 P. M. An Interesting pro
gramme is being prepared and all mem
bers are urged to be present.
An exhibition of students' work that
promises to be very Interesting will be
held at the Oregon School of Art. in the
Selling-Hirsch building. Monday, from 10
A. M. to 10 P. M. The work is from life
and under the direction of Miss Florence
Chase Currier, of Boston.
".'The Merry Twelve" were entertained
by Mrs. Sullenberg at her home In Borth
wick street Thursday, January f. --Five
hundred was played and prizes were won
by Mrs. Jackson and Mrs. Sepbring.
The Ladies' Auxiliary, A. O. H., will
give a whist party and dance In their
hall. Woodman's building, Eleventh
street, between Alder and Washington,
on Monday evening, January 6.
The next ball of Importance will be the
opening of the Armory In the latter part
of January, under the direction of H. -it".
Btlles, of Stiles' Orchestra.
The Portnomah Study Club will meet
In City Hall committee room Wednesday
afternoon, January S, at 2 o'clock.
One of this season's prettiest weddings
took place New year'eday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Giu Mankerti, 483 Wil
415 WASHINGTON, CORNER MTH
- The entire stock of imported Laces and Trimmings at greatly
reduced prices from 2 P. M. to 5. P. M. daily during January
In order to advertise our new location, we will make a
limited number of Dinner and Evening Gowns for $25.00
each. Materials only accepted.
Mrs. Minne Hance Evans
Oratorio Concert Recital
Limited Number of Pupils Taken at
Residence, 1145 Thurman Street
- Phone Main 3744
Offers great price reductions in all departments through the present month, pre
senting the year's opportunity to all careful and discriminating buyers.
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
MILLINERY AND UMBRELLAS
VEILINGS AND GLOVES
BELTS AND BAGS
COMBS AND BRACELETS
THE FUR QUESTION is the question of the hour, and the demands of the weather render it im
perative that it be solved at once. Where to obtain those rich, soft, luxurious furs that are the
pride of every wearer is the problem now confronting the. feminine world, and the only safe
course is to buy from the dealer whose knowledge of the subject is so well known as to be
unquestioned. THERE NEVER HAS BEEN AN UNRELIABLE GARMENT AMONG THE
SILVERFIELD STOCKS. The style and finish always have been perfection and the material the
very best of Nature's make. That is why the Silverfield Fur Establishment today is everywhere
recognized as the LARGEST AND BEST FUR MANUFACTURERS IN THE WEST. Our stock
was larger this year than ever before, and so leaves a finer assortment to choose from during our
great annual January Clearance Sale, and among the vast throngs of women who have already
taken advantage of this unprecedented opportunity we have made many new acquaintances with
the certainty that they' are to become lifelong friends. v .
GRAND EXTRA SPECIAL '
ON FINE FURS. $20.00 NECKPIECES FOR ONLY .' .$7.40
A large assortment of latest and leading styles of the season's Neckpieces and Throws. Made in
our own factory of beet quality Japanese Mink, elegantly lined. Values to $20.00.- Your choice
Monday only . . $7.40
Muffs to match at a great saving.
Buy from the Manufacturer and save the middleman's profit. Now is the time to
purchase a Fur at less than manufacturer's cost.
liams avenue, their daughter. Mis Came
Madeline, marrying Fred A. Kurtz, of
Salem. Rev. I. Swltzenberg, an old friend
of the family, officiated.
Promptly at 6 in the evening Miss Bes
sie Byers played the wedding march, as
the bridal party: Miss cmm Manneris.
A Skin of Beauiy is a joy Forever
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Prure, Voices tried and a correct
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CLOAKS AND JACKETS
WINDOW DISPLAY AND NOTE
the bride's sister,- Miss Pearl Van Bebber,
George Fischer, the best man, and Jo
seph Craft, entered the room, the bride
following on the arm of her father. She
was beautifully gowned in white silk or
gandie, worn with a full-length veil, held
in place by orange blossoms. Her flowers
were white carnations. Miss Emma Man-
START 1908 RIGHT
d Have your premises wired
make a New Year's resolution
that 1908 shall be an Electric
Year in your household as well
as in your store, and prepare to
enjoy the convenience, the labor
saving, the healthfulness, the
safety, the economy and the
prosperity that -attends the use
1 Make your place of business
bright with Electric Light and
don't neglect the Electric Sign,
and you will keep busy. Light is
the magnet that attracts trade.
0 Resolve to make your wife
happier by giving her the con
veniences of an Electric Sewing
Machine, an Electric Flatiron and
Electric cooking and heating
devices. Electric appliances
cost little to use, but add much
to comfort. The Electric way
is the Economical way.
9 Electric Devices of all kinds on sale
at Company's Supply Department
147-149 Seventh Street .
fl Call Main 6688 or A 6131 for information.
PORTLAND RAILWAY, LIGHTS POWER CO.
FIRST AND ALDER STREETS
4th and Morrison
A SPLENDID LINE OF BABY
kertz and Miss Van Bebber each wore a'
dainty pink gown ot silk, . their flowers
being pink carnations.
Mr. Mankertz, the bride's mother, was
a very handsome matron In her black silk'
gown, trimmed with real lace. Miss Lil-
fOoncluded on rage 5