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THE SUNDAY OREGONIAN. PORTLAND, MAT 3. 1908.
PORTLAND SOCIETY NEWS
dore, were thoroughly enjoyed. During
the serving of refreshments Mrs. Soule
lighted the 72 candlps used to decorate
the Immense birthday cake.
A pleaIn(? reception was Riven to
Mrs. Smith and her son Arnold on Fri
day last. April 24. by their many frionds.
about 30ft of them meeting in Grare
Baptist Church, Montavilla, to wish them
"bon voyage" prior to their departure
to England, where they are taking a
six-months' tour via San Francisco,
New Orleans, Washington, D. C, New
York, sailing on the Celtic on May 7.
Speeches were made by Rev. Oilman
Parker and Mr. Morse, who paid trib
ute to the esteem In which Mrs. Smith
and her son are held in the community
in which thev reside. Solos were rendered
by Miss Hurd, Mr. Morse and an orig
inal farewell song by her Sunday
school class, who at the close present
ed her with a shower of flowers.
Tuesday evening a merry party of
the B. Y. P. U. from the White Temple
met by Invitation at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. F. M- Pliter, East Thirty
fourth street. At close of business
meeting, conducted by the president,
Ir. Hawke. a short programme was
given. Miss Georgia Ploegstra ren
dered a tine selection from Beethoven's
Sonata. Comic selections were given
by Mathew Pliter. Miss iSvelyn Hur
ley rendered the charming song,
"Across the Dee," from C. Whitney
Coombs, and responded to encore, "O,
I.ove and Joy." and the "Northern Days
are Short," from G. W. Chadwick. C.
A. Lewis' and W. A. Scott's speeches
were heartily received.,
Mount Hood Circle, No. 151. Women of
Woodcraft again represented itself In
fraternity and social life! when the happy
thought of some of Its members culmi
nated In a surprise on the Past Guardian
Neighbor Minnie McGregor on Monday
evening, April 20, this day being the 14th
anniversary of her wedding. The eve
ning was spent In playing whist and five
hundred after which tables were ar
ranged In the spacious paflors and
luncheon served. During this hour a
greater surprise was sprung when Mrs.
L. E. Cornell, clerk of the circle, in be
half of the circle presented the hostess
with a beautiful cutglass olive dish.
The regular semi-monthly meeting of
the P. EL O. was held at the home of
Mrs. J. P. Jaeger Tuesday morning, April
28. The society had ' as its guests the
supreme president, Mrs. Carrie M. Peter
son, of Aurora, Neb., and Mrs. Lillian
Parmelee, of Plattsmouth, Neb., who is
visiting the Coast In the interest of the
educational work of the society. At 1
o'clock a luncheon was served by the of
ficers of Chanter A at the home of the
local president, Mrs. W. O. Haines. After
a social hour and a car ride around the
city, the guests left on the evening train
for the P. E. O. convention at Spokane.
A surprise party was given Miss
Blanche Lahale at the home, 552 Sixth
street, Friday evening, April 24. Mag
dalena Weber and Ida Lahale acted as
hostesses for the evening. The follow
ing were present: The Misses Mary
Barrett. Marie Meagher, Bertha La
hale, Marie ITohenleitner, Margaret
Thompson, Marie Thompson, Frances
Hohenleitner, Theresa Weber, Annie
Weber, Adelaide Sheasgreen, Lilian
Bullen, Agnes Senn, ' Mary McClean,
Beatrice and Theran Cowan, Catherine
Barrett, Frances Meagher, Edna Schan
en and Florence Hohenleitner.
A Jolly crowd of young people gathered
last Friday evening in honor of Miss
Eva Hatfield's birthday. The evening-was
pleasantly spent in cards, games and
music Those present were: The Misses
Dolly E. Eddy, B. Sabina Mason, Lena
C Parrish, Eniily Kelm, Laura Hansen,
Maud Hatfield, Mary Gribbon of Youngs
town, O. ; and Lottie, Eva, Minnie Hat
field, Messrs. James H. Woodcock, Fred
B. Milne, L. R. Pearson, William M.
Fraser, Archie C. Cammack, Edwin G.
Amme, H. W. HIngley, Hoy Winnerberg
and James H. Gribbon, of Youngstown, O.
A very enjoyable evening was spent at
the home of Lloyd Gilstrap in Woodstock,
Thursday, April 23. Whist was played
until a late hour when a dainty luncheon
was served. The rrizes were won by
Frank Yannke and Miss Mario Salsbury.
Those present were the -Misses Marie
Salsbury, Bessie Thompson, Laura Van
Horn, Norma Hummel, Margaret Lorenz,
Mrs. Bessie Welch, the Messrs. Leroy
Van Horn, Edward Hufford, Walter
Ganiemlller, Frank Yannke. I.loyd
Gilstrap, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Van Horn
and Mr. and Mrs. John Boost.
Seldom has the East Side Woodmen
Hall presented such an appearance as
it did last Monday evening, when the
Orlanda Club held its opening party.
The hall was most elaborately decor
ated In the club's colors, and it was
truly a pretty sight to see the large
crowd dancing to the strains of Stile's
full orchestra. This was one of the
most successful dances of the season,
and the club Is priding Itself on tho
splendid showing of its first party. '
Barzallal Chapter, O. B. S. of Albany
served a banquet on. Tuesday evening, at
their temple, in honor of the past patrons
nd past matrons, most of whom, were
present. An excellent programme was
rendered and numerous toasts were given
during the evening. Tho decorations and
table appointments were very elaborate
and reflected much credit on the com
mittee which consisted of Mesdames E.
J. Seely, J. B. Leatherman, O. D. Austin,
Fratie Beam and John Shaw.
The Monday Evening Social Club
was entertained at the home of Mrs. J.
C Hare by Miss Johnson and Miss
Spalding. Five Hundred was played
and the' prizes were awarded to Mrs.
H. P. Palmer and J. C. Hare. The
guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Campbell,
Dr. and Mrs. Smith, Miss Bronson and
A. J. Henderson.
The Present Day Club held Its regu
lar meeting Tuesday of this week at
the home of Mrs. A. M. Jeffress, 785
East Salmon street. Miss Muir gavo a
very Interesting paper on Scotch Char
acteristics, and Mrs. Ballon one on
Irish and Scotch Castles. Dainty re
freshments were then served.
Thn handsome and home-like residence
of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Young. In Hood
River, was the scene of the wedding of
rlielr only daughter. Eleanor Add, to An
drew Jackson Derby. The event brought
to the city many from ahroad, guests
being present from Portland, San Fran
cisco. Seattle. Walla Walla anil other
points. While it was a quiet, unosten
tatious affair, and attended by only inti
mate friends of the family, it was none
theless m-llllani arm enjoyable. The house
was elaborately decorated for the event.
The reception-room, where the marriage
ceremony was performed, was festooned
with greens, white dog-wood and white
lilacs, the lights being shaded in rod.
The wedding party stood in front of the
large fireplace, which was beautifully
banked with white.
The library was trimmed with' ferns,
white lilacs and apple blossoms, pink be
ing the color used In this room. The
dining-room was tastily decorated with.
pink apple blossoms and pink roses. The
center-piece of this room was one mass
of smllax, pink roses and white lilacs.
Promptly at 8:30, as the wedding march
from Lohengrin was rendered by the or
chestra, the bride, leaning on the arm of
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her father and preceded by the maid of
honor. Miss Mercedes Sims, of Portland,
entered the library from the front per
gola and at the door of the drawing-room,
was Joined by the groom, attended by
Samuel Banks, of Portland.
The bride was richly attired in white
silk mull with train trimmed in point lace,
and carried a bouquet of white roses
tied with white chiffon ribbon, her cos
tume being complete with a 'heavy veil
which was held in place with a wreath of
Miss Sims, the bridesmaid, wore a hand
some gown of embroidered silk chlfton
over blue silk, carrying a bouquet of pink
roses tied with pink ribbon, dividing the
honors of the evening with the fair and
Rev. Mr. Gilmore. of the First Congre
gational Church, officiated and the cere
mony, while brief, was nonetheless im
pressive. Congratulations followed and an hour
or so was spsnt in social conversation.
Then followed the refreshments which
were served in the beautiful bower of the
pink room. Mrs. J. Heilbronner and Mrs.
Willis Van Horn poured chocolate, while
Miss Symons, of Boston, Mass., and Miss
Bernico Sims assisted in serving. The
Summer veranda was beautifully decor
ated in green boughs and Oriental lan
terns. Here punch was served by Miss
Marion Phiiiipott and Miss Friday.
The bride Is a very popular and ac
complished young woman, being a grad
uate of Washington Seminary, of Wash
ington, Penn. Mr. Derby is a promising
young attorney of Hood River.
Many beautiful and costly presents
were received. Mr. and Mrs. Derby went
to their home that Mr. Derby has Just
finished for his bride.
A very pretty wedding was that of Miss
Georgia Lancefield and Horace E. Thomas,
which took place at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert W.
Lancefield, near Amity, on Tuesday, April
2S, at high noon. The ceremony was per
formed by Professor H. L. Bates, of the
Pacific University, where the groom re
ceived a degree. Only the relatives and
few immediate friends were present at
the ceremony. Apple blossoms and Spring
flowers were, the effective decorations for
the drawing-room. Miss Bessie Bride
well, , a cousin of the bride, played the
Mendlessohn wedding march, and made a
handsome appearance in a gown of organ
die over pale blue taffeta.' The bride pre
sented a pleasing picture In a gown of
pearl gray messaline and lace, with
orange blossoms In her coiffure. Little
Helen Caples, a niece- of the groom, In a
dainty frock of white, acted as ring-bearer.
After a wedding luncheon, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas left for the beach. They
will be at home after June 1 at the Co
lumbian apartments. The bride at one time
resided in Forest Grove, where she at
tended Pacific University. Mr. Thomas,
who is a graduate of the university in the
class of '03, has since been employed on
A very pretty wedding was solemn
ized at the home of the groom's sister,
Mrs. Charles Matthews, 1650 East Nine
teenth street, Saturday evening, April
25, when Miss Florence M. Davis was
united in marriage to Bradley L. Saun
ders, of Aurora, Or., Rev. Mr. Thomp
son, of the Sellwood Presbyterian
Church, officiating. The bride was at
tired in a traveling suit of navy blue,
with hat to match, and carried a shower
bouquet of white carnations. Miss
Frances Wager acted as bridesmaid
and wore a pretty suit of garnet. The
best man was Paul B. Davis, a brother
of the bride. The ceremony was per
formed in the presence of the immedi
ate friends and relatives of the con
tracting parties. Refreshments were
Mr. and Mrs. Saunders left the next
day for Aurora, where they will make
a short stay before returning to Sell
wood, where they will make their home
for the present.
A quiet home wedding was solemnized
at the residence of the bride's parents.
Rev. and Mrs. L. F. Clark, of
Ostrander, Wash., Wednesday morning,
April 29, when Miss Nellie Clark and
Harry Kinch were united in marriage by
Rev. Frank L. Moore, of Kelso, Wash.,
in the presence of only the immediate
relatives. The room was tastefully dec
orated with apple blossoms and myrtle.
The bride was dressed in a traveling suit
of blue and carried a bouquet of carna
tions. After congratulations Mr. and Mrs.
Kinch left, amid a shower of rice, on the
train for Seattle and points in British
Columbia. Upon their return Mr. and Mrs.
Kinch will be at home to their friends
after May 10, ar Ostrander, Wash.
Miss Esther L. Cheever, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John Cheever, of Richmond,
was married to Charles T. Davis, of
Iowa, on Monday, April 20. It was a
home wedding, no one but members of the
family being, present. The bride, a pretty
blonde, wore a filmy white gown. To the
strains of the wedding march from "Lo
hengrin." the couple took their places
under the wedding bell, and were mar
ried by Dr. T. D. Ford, of Sunnide
Methodist Episcopal Church. After the
ceremony dainty refreshments were
Thursday evening Miss Lucy' E.
Demmer and Robert W. Hodgkinson
were united In marriage In tho pres
ence of relatives only, at the home of
Mr. and Mr. F. D. Laytoh; sister of
the bride, Rev. J. J. Staftb officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. Hodgkinson left for a
trip through California, and after
viewing the arrival of the fleet In San
Francisco will visit Mr. and Mrs. J
Taylor Nixon In Salinas. On their re
turn to this city they will be at home
to frionds at 78914 East Yamhill street.
There occurred at St. Mark's Episcopal
Church. Nineteenth and Quimby streets,
on Wednesday. April 29, at 10:30 A M
the wedding of H. O. Tracey and Amelia
Hlcrnlchel. The Rev. J. H. Simpson offi
ciated. The bride looked charming in her
wedding gown and carried a large bouquet
of white roses. The groom is a well
knnwn member of tho Red Tank Oil Com
pany, having been associated with his
father und brother in the retail oil trade
in Portland for IS years. Mr. and Mrs
Bracey will be nt homo after May 20 at
356 San Rafael street.
Floyd A. Perkins and Miss Emma Gan
tenbeln, prominent young people of the
Second Baptist Church, were united in
marriage at the home of the bride's
mother, Mrs. Anna Gantenbein, on Wed
nesday evening, April 15. The decora
tions and lights were arranged' with pleas
ing effect. The wedding march was played
by Miss Bessie Bidwell. As 'a part of the
service Miss Emma Harlow sang "I Love
Only You." Rev. Stanton C. Lapham
Mr. Grover S. Dill and Miss Grace
Bartlett were united in marriage at
the home of the bride's parents. No. 3
Pearl street, Montavilla, Wednesday
evening, the 22d, by Rev. Stanton C.
Lapham, pastor of the Second Baptist
Church. Mr. Dill is well-known in fra
ternal circles and in this city. Mr. and
Mrs. Dill will be at home to their
friends after May 1 at their home.
Twenty-second and Irving streets.
A quirt wedding took place at the home
of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J.
Marsh, at Wasco, Or.. April S, when
their eldest daughter, Ella M., was united
in marriage to A. C. Hlslop. of Port
land. Mr. and Mrs. Hlslop will reside In
Ellsworth Benham and Mary E. Orth
were united In matrimony April 25 at
Centenary Methodist parsonage, 608
East Oak, by Dr. Clarence True Wil
son. Mr. and Mrs. Benham will reside
in San Francisco.
On Saturday evening, April 25, Fred W.
Anderson and Miss Elva B. Browning
were married in the reception-room of the
White Temple, Dr. J. Whltcomb
Earl Saunders and Miss L. Fay Fulker-
son were united in marriage at noon Wed
nesday, Aprli 29, in the reception-room of
the White Temple, by Rev. J. Whltcomb
Brougher, D, D.
The marriage of Miss Ida Jeannet to
William F. Campbell, son of the late
Judge Campbell, of Philadelphia, Pa., and
ther junior member of the firm of Mc
Creedy & Campbell, of this city, will take
place at the home of the bride, 462 Flint
street, Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Feldman announce the
engagement of their niece, Theresa Neu
stadter, to B. L. Allenberg, of San Fran
cisco. At home Sunday, May 3, and Tues
day, the 5th.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Perry announce
the engagement of their niece, Leila
Houghton,, to Otto Zentner. The mar
riage will take place Tuesday afternoon.
May 12, at St. Matthew's Church. No
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Mann Timms,
of Hillsdale, announce the engagement
of their daughter, Gertrude, to George
Jefferson Perkins, the marriage to
take place Thursday, May 7.
Mrs. Margaret H. Cox announces the
engagement of her daughter, Elizabeth
Esther, to William Cortland McClure.
The wedding will take place early in
Ringler's swimming plunge, 20 by 60
feet; enameled tank. Open daily; hours
for women; clean Rull Run swim, 25c;
lessons, 50c. 386 East Morrison.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Teldman announce
the engagement of their niece, Theresa,
to Mr. E. L. Allenburg, of SanFranclsco.
Ringler's Hall for dancing parties, mu
sicals, receptions; reasonable. Phone B 1003.
The faculty of the medical depart
ment of the University of Oregon and
the graduating class of 1908 have sent
out Invitations for their commence
ment xercises, which will be held Mon
day evening. May 4, In the Portland
High School auditorium. The senior
class consists of: - Helen Book-Bab-cock,
Minnie Bell Burdon, Arvld Bur
sell, Harry Mon Hendershott, Robert
E. L. Holt. Louie Hugh. William Fred
erick Kaiser, Soren Mathesen ICyde,
Herbert Clay Leser, Miles Underwood
Leser, John Wallace McCollom, Edna
Bishop Northey, Frank Shumway Pratt,
Carl George Rahal, Albert Roy Sar
geant, Burlington Earl - Smith, Lloyd
Fisher Smith, Leatha Ruth Tyler, El
dred Byron Waffle, Charles Benjamin
Zeebuyth. Following is the programme
to be given: March, "Under One Flag,"
(Von Blon); overture, "Alfonso and
Estrella" (Schubert); annual address,
Rtv Rev. Charles Scaddlng, D. D., Bish
op of Oregon; selection, "The Merry
Widow" (Lehar); conferring degrees.
Professor P. L. Campbell, president of
University; "Chanson Sans Paroles"
(Tschalkowsky) ; presentation of Bay
lor and anatomy medals; echoes from
the Metropolitan Opera-House (To
bani); charge to graduates. Professor
Albert E. Mackay, M. D. ; "Canzona
Amorosa," "Buona Notte" Un Giorno
in Venezia (Nevin); valedictory, Soren
Mathiesen Kyde, M. D. ; finale, "Veni,
Vidl, Vicl" (Hall). Harold Bayley, mu
The Sunday "at home" at the Young
Women's Christian Association offers
some special attractions this time. After
the Drop-In Bible class and Little-Journey
room, which open at 4 o'clock, comes the
musical programme, an unusually good
one, and the address. The talk for the
afternoon is "Law Points for Women,"
by A. F. Flegel. This promises to be a
most practical, helpful talk for business
women right to the point, with some sug
gestions whldh "would cost you $5 If you
came to the office for them."
The following is the musical programme
Vocal solo, Mrs. Oiga Bartsch Lang; vio
lin solo. Miss Gall Myers; vocal solo, Mrs.
Pauline Miller-Chapman. All young wo
men are cordially invited to attend all or
a part of this programme. They will find
the Y. W. C. A. rooms a pleasant, home
like place to spend an afternoon and will
go away with some new friends to their
Next Monday will be held the annual
meeting of the Portland Woman's Union,
when retiring officers will submit their
yearly reports of work undertaken, ac
complished and recommendations for new
work. Officers and the chairmen of va
rious departments hold monthly meetings
throughout the year, and at Monday's an
nual meeting it Is the desire of these
faithful workers to have a full attend
ance of the society at large present. In
order that all may at this meeting be
come familiar with the work done by the
Portland Woman's Union. Election of of
ficers for the ensuing year will follow
reports. This meeting will close with' a
social hour and reunion - of old friends.
The meeting will be held at 2:30 o'clock
In the union's boarding home, 510 Flanders
Invitations have been issued by the
Mystic Stars of Myrtle, ' for their last
party of the season, to be held May 13 in
the new Masonic Temple, West Park and
Yamhill streets. The committee on ar
rangements is: D. G. Tomasini, Mrs.
Charles B. Runyon, Hugh -J. Boyd, Mrs.
Clayton S. Seamann, Mrs. 8. L. Stone,
Mrs. R. D. Cannon, Mrs. Albert Sunder
land, Mrs. Margaret H. Frank, Mrs. F.
J. Neppach and Mrs. Adolph Harr. Par
sons' Orchestra has been engaged to fur
nish the music.
The students of the Allen Preparatory
School have sent out "Invitations for a
promenade Friday evening. May 15. at
Murlark Hall. The patronesses will be:
Mrs. G. W. Allen, Mrs. George W. Bates,
Mrs. H. M. Bergen, Mrs. George Burton,
Mrs. A. E. Butterfleld. Mrs. W. D. Clarke,
Mrs. W. D. Deaver, Mrs. H. Hausman,
Miss Helen A. Wilson, Mrs. F. B. Hol
brook. Mrs. C. T. Kamm, Mrs. J. B. La
ber, Mrs. J. E. Learned, Mrs. G. H. Thom
as, Mrs. Donald McRae.
At the First Christian Church, corner
West Park and Columbia streets, Mon
day, May 4, Mme. d'Aurea will give a
recital with some her pupils. Anyone
Interested in student's work Is most wel
come. The ladles taking part are: Misses
Jones. Gronnel, Flook, Harwas, Golberg,
d'Aurla, Matthews;' Mrs. Miller, ogether
with the Thursday Choral Club.
Correct dancing taught at Rlngler school.
'Lessons daily. Tuesday night class. So
cial dance every Saturday. Best orchestra.
The educational department of the
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Watch the Windows and Ads Every Day, as You Can
Save Much Money by Buying Goods
Here During This Sale
Specially priced. A most desirable lot of
new Suits, in all the popular new Spring
materials; regular $35.00 values,
New stock; replace goods as rapidly as
sold. All the latest wire frames
500 pieces straw braid, 10 to i2-yard
lengths, per piece 15?
Extraordinary values in Flowers at 25
49c and 75c
Portland. Woman's Club will meet Thurs
day, May T, at the home of Mrs. O. P. M.
Jamison, 582 Main street. Mayor Ua'ne
will speak on "The building- of a new
schoolhouse." All- club members are
Under the auspices of the Ladles of
the Home Missionary Society, a recital
will be given at Grace M. E. Church
Wednesday evening. May 6, by the West
ern Academy of Music and Elocution, to
which the public is invited.
An engagement of Interest was an
nounced in Tacoma last week, that of
William F. Stllson, president of the
wholesale shoe company of Stllson -Kellogrg,
of Tacoma, to Miss Anna O.
Holmes, of Portland.
George Wright Women's Relief Corps
No. 2 will meet at the residence of Mrs.
Mattie Jaques. Tuesday morning. May
4. Take Hawthorne-avenue car; get off
at Thirty-fifth street; go north one block
to number 260.
The Cathedral Ladies' Aid Society are
to give a charity ball at Murlark Hall,
May 8, the proceeds to be used for the
dormitory of the new orphanage at
Daughters of the Confederacy will
meet on May 8 at the residence of Mrs.
M. A. Lee, 594 Fifth street. All South
erners are cordially Invited.
The O. E. S. Girls will give their May
dancing party tomorrow (Monday) even
ing, in the Masonic Temple, West Park
and Yamhill streets.
The E. S. A. C Girls are planning to
give an elaborate shirtwaist party on
Thursday evening. May 14, at Rlngler
Mrs. George B. Sellers will entertain
the Portia Club. Tuesday next. She will
be assisted by Mrs. George Brlce.
Miss E. Evelyn Bell left Wednesday
evening for a trip to California, where
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she will spend six weeks visiting: rel
atives and friends.
Miss Eva Fortmtller is visiting her
aunt,. Mrs. Fred Fortmiller, In Albany.
Mrs. Clifford E. Irwin has gone to San
Francisco to see the fleet and visit
Mr. and ' Mrs. A. W. Echart have
moved to their new apartment at "The
Ormonde." S. W. Herman left last evening
for San Francisco, to attend the re
ception of the fleet.
Dr. Byron E. Miller and wife left last
evening for an extended trip to San
Francisco and other California points.
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Gilbert, of Salem,
are visiting la Portland this week, wheae
they are the guests of Mrs. Ella E. By
bee, of Holladay's Addition.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. FrleB left for San
Francisco last evening. After enjoying
the festivities attending the visit of the
fleet, they intend visiting the Yosemlte
Attorney Ralph R. Duniway returned
Friday from Tillamook, where two weeks
were spent by him in Ashing for- trout
and attending court. The trip going and
coming was made on horseback.
Miss Grace Campbell, Miss Mamie
Dunn, Miss Vera Parker, Dr. George
Ainslle. Mr. Henry G. Lettow and Mr.
F. S. Hickie were soloists at the last
meeting of Mrs. Walter Reed's Tues
day Afternoon Club.
Mrs. A. E. Bills, of Sixteenth and Flan
ders streets, returned on Tuesday from
a short stay at Carson Springs, Wash.,
where she was accompanied by her
daughter, Mrs. Mary Spaulding. Mrs.
Bills Is one of bur most widely known
and respected pioneers, having crossed
the plains in 1853.
Mrs. Helen Packard, who is visiting in
the East, spent eight days in Washington,
D. C, last month, attending the session
of the Daughters of the American Revo
lution, and visited many places of interest
that surround the Capital. On the after
noon of April 14. the Daughters were
received by President Roosevelt at the
White House. Mrs. Packard was acconv
panied by two sisters, who are also
P. A. R.'s. and a large delegation from
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The Spltzner Philharmonic Society will
give a grand recital at the Hellig Theater
on May 17, orchestra Of 80 pieces.
At the Women's Union.
Miss Ann O'Connell spent Sunday at
her home at Hlllsboro.
Miss Julia Couperthwalte is spending a
few days at Astoria visiting friends.
Miss Lulu Danielson left on Friday
evening for Astoria for a brief visit.
Miss Laura Garrett was the guest of
Miss Armllla Grussie over Thursday
Miss Mabel Romlg left yesterday for
Dufur, where she has accepted a posi
tion In a millinery establishment.
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request is absolutely free cot coat, and
we will send It In m, -plain envelope
Wrif to-day. no mattcrwbal causes your
thlnneM. snd let its shew you how ts be
plump, and beautiful, .and obtain perfect
Dlt. KEM.Y MEDICAL CO.
303 c, Exchange Bid., Buffalo. J. r.
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AND ALDER STS.
Could You Ask More?
Than to brighten the lives of those
around yon? And at the same
time obtain the greatest fascina
tion that can be had from music
helping to make it yourself. Kest
those tired nerves with music.
Nothinp is more restful or more
delightful or will change the train
of thought like music. There are
many busy men who find the Pian
ola not merely a joy and pastime,
but a real profitable business in
vestment. Profitable because it
would put them in better working
Bear in Mind there is but one
Pianola, and Pianola Piano
Metrostyle and Themodist sold
exclusively in the Northwest by
the Eilers Stores.
The Wbedock Pianola Pbano). psie
Btuyveeant Pianola piano, price
PUw-k Pianola Piano, nr!r SHOO.
Weber Pianola Piano, price f 1000 nn.
Tbe Pianola, price) S21S. 260. S300.
All Pianola Pianos of any above
makes are products of the Aeolian
Co., having the same player advan
tages Metrostyle and Themodist
the difference in price being
from cost of the different pianos.
, Very , .Important The question
of music, without , which your
player would be useless. In plac
ing a Pianola Piano in your home
you have nearly 20,000 rolls of the
world's best music at your dis
posal. No waiting, no delays, we
have the music here in our Pian
ola parlors to select from either
on purchase or rental plan. Think
it over this question of music.
Come down and see us. Write, if
at a distance, for full particulars.
Catalogues, etc., sent by return mail.
EILERS PIANO HOUSE
353 Washington Street.
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
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