The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, December 11, 1910, SECTION THREE, Page 4, Image 40

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    SOCIAL EVENTS OF PAST WEEK
CONTINUED FROM PAGE S.
b (uMli at a prettily-appointed tabl
lecorated with Golden Oat robud
end no!t with jnlla. "Fl taun
Ired" followed th repaat- Brtdr w
fee form which Mra Anntnd adopted
b entertain it women at her home jr
Crdar artcrnooa. In Una with thes
festlvltlee tha annooncement that
fcafore tha holiday .Mra Annand win
aaln be a hoitH. fha will also !
Jar danclnv party In honor of her
tancbter, Mra. Irene M. Pfunder.
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Mra. Jamee C Luekey and Hr
14 & Gilbert VII Bessie Katharine
juckey) were boeteeaea at a larga tea
Vlday afternoon at tha attractive bme
f Mrm. Locker on Portland Helahta The
Jecoratlona wera ueUv of the holl
y season. Large ve and basket or
red carnation, fern and holly were x
tantd throughout the ropm.
jlrv Luc Kay aowned In black chan
tnir lace, while Mr. Gilbert wore her
wed51n rn Imported white all.
Each carrl'd red carnaimna and .
In the dlnln-room. Mra. Luther K.
ryott and Mra. R- M- Gray aenred. ag
isted by Mra. Georga W. r.inr. Mra.
-hn Zentbauer. Mlsa Alice Collier, and
Mis Clara Fleishman. Other assisting
were: Mra. Oeorae B. Hovendon. Mra.
A. M. Cannon. Miaa Abbla WhltesM and
MI'S Frank Towalea.
About 150 aureta caTled.
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Mra. P. A. Young, of Albany, waa en
tertained last week by Mra.
I.lnn. Mrs. Georire W. Nerlna and Mis
Kelt WaUon. Mra Imim la a promi
nent young matron of Albany and l weu
known In Portlend. Mr. and Mre. Young
are frequent Bummer gueata when the
Toads permit motoring to tha city.
Monday erenln Mr. and Mra. John
IS Kdwarda were h"ta at a theater
p.rty at the H'lllir. followed by uppr
H the Portland. They entertained Mr.
Snd Mra. Parld T- Honeyman. Mr. and
Ira. Walter F. Burrell. Mr. and Mra.
Lee Hawley Hoffman. Ml Jan Mac
kenzie. Mim Ua Wood. Kirk Smith and
Roderick Macleay.
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Andrew Krrr entertained with a the
ater party at the Helll and upper at
the Portland MonJay evening. HI
tuesta were Mr. and Mr. Thomaa 8cott
HrooKe. Mr. and Mra Thoma Kerr. Mr,
nordoa Voorhle and Mr. and Mra Peter
Kerr.
Yellow and green formed the color
Vhrme at tha dinner In honor of Mr.
and Mra Thomaa Fcott Brooke and Al
fred Been given by Mr. and Mra. Wal
ter V. Smith at their home Friday even
In. Fruit and fern made the at
tractive combination which romposed
the table decoration. The Rueeta were
Mr. and Mr. Brooke. Mr. Bcbe. Gen
eral and Mra Charle F. Beebe. Mr. and
Mr. L Allen Lewis. Mr. and Mr. Lee
Jtawley Hoffman and Leland Smith.
Thursday afternoon the annual tea at
the Portland Women' Exchan wa
held. The display of needlework wa
especially excellent thl year. An Interesting-
feature wa that contribu
tions were made by the women of tha
manaicln; board a well aa by the regu
lar consigners. Mra II. W. Corbett.
Mr. Frank M. Warren. Mr. R. E.
Oilman and Ml Henrietta Falling com
posed the receiving line. At the at
tractive tea table were Mra Theodora
R WIU-ox. Mr. John C. Alnworth. Mra
Ernest Tucker and Mra J. N. Teat Tha
managing board of the exchange 1
made up of Ml Henrietta E. Falling.
Mra Smmund Frank, Mra Walter J.
Burn. Mra W. C Alvord. Mra J. O.
Gauld. Mr. Frank E. Hart. Mra Elean
. or Gile. Mra F. A. Biles. Mra. Ieon
tUtrsch. Mra Holt C. Wilson. Mra 1L 1
'Mather and Ml Muriel William.
Mra. M. C. Peter and Mr. Frede
rick Pendleton, accompanied by Mra
Pendleton' daughter. Mts Margaret
and Mis Lctltla. have returned to I'ort-
land after a year- absence. They passed
(last Winter In New York City, where
Who Mlsse Pendleton attended the Hor
ace Mann School, a branch of Columbia
rnlverslty. In June they went to Eu
rnpa for the Summer, sailing for New
York again on rW-ptember 2. Since then
they have traveled extensively through
out the East and Middle West. They
re at present occupying- their home at
H Kearney treet.
Anions Portland residents who have
not yet been mentioned a attending tha
Yale-Harvard football gam are: Mis
Lillian Buchner and her two sisters,
who are at hool In the East. Mis
lKrothy Moultn. of Oak'mer School:
Bruce Curry and Tony La rid. from Am
herst: Fred Swlaert and Varael Beach.
, from lUrvard. una Frank Bell, from
'Princeton. They were all entertained
, by Lloyd Mayer at tea In his room at
Yale after tha game.
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Oliver B- Houston, who is attending;
Yale, expect to pa his Christina hol
idays In Kentucky, after which he will
be present at the grand chapter meet
ing of the Flgnia Nu fraternity to be
held this year in Indianapolis December
!. JO. 31.
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Mle Marion I.ewt and Mia Irene
Lels. of Rochester, N. Y.. re visiting
thoir cousin. Mrs. H W. Wright, of ths
uty.
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Vise Margaret Rrweve'.t. who waa a
bridesmaid at the fcott-Pomerny wed
ding In Sao FranOsco. and who baa since
passed a d-llrMfcl month as guest in the
Carter P. IVmeroy home, bclrg much en
tertained and feted by the society of tha
fiouthern cltv, returned la week to her
borne In New T"rk City.
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The meeting of th alumni of th
Nu Sigma Nu medical fraternity, held
at the Oregon Grille. Friday evening.
Iecember was attended by th fol
low Ins; physician: F. 8. Post. A. T.
Yielding. Karl rjwenson. G. X. Peas.
W. 8. Knox. R. H. Wellington. R. 8.
Ftsher. C. T. Chamberlain. K. H. Shel
don. F. A. Kleble. C. O. Sabln. C L
1'oley and C. V. Murbach.
The "football teama of the Lincoln
and Washlnston high schools wera
among the number of theater parties
who applauded Max Flgman a week
ago Friday evening.
Miaa Katrln Hunt waa hostess re
rently at a party In honor of Mis Ger
trude Jones. of Lablsh Meadow.
Brooks. Or, who has been th guest
of Mis H.tsel Ttcr.nor for th pact
fortnight. Th afternoon affair wa
informal, with houe decoration of
Oregon grape and yellow and white
ntrvanthemurr.a There were four
table of brldg and the following
guest were entertained: Miss Jonea
Ml Haiel Tlrhnor. Mis Lucille
Dunne. Mr. J. H. Cook. Mis Katrer
Ine O'Hara. Mis June Sterling. Miss
Mabl Shea, Mrs. Irvln R. Stearna,
Mra Oliver King Jeffery. Mlsa Allc
IKiugherty. alls Irene Daly. Mis
."eclle Wiley. Mlsa Murine Helen
Flynn and Mis Irene Flynn.
Mra .T. S. Clarkson was hostes Frl
fsy afternoon at a small bridge and
chaflng-dlsn tea at her home In lrvlng
toa. be entertained in honor of Mr.
J. C. rnnlly of Bker. The house
decoration were of holly, Oregon
Yrape and red carnation.
Mr. Clarkson waa assisted by Mra
Frank Fulton, who was mistress of the
rhaflna; dish, and Mra William O.
Jjovd. who presided at tha tea urn.
Th rueets were: Mr. J. P. Donnelly,
Mr. C R. Donahoa. Mra. Frank Fulton,
Mra William G. Lloyd. Mra F. F.
Penfleld. Mrs. Wllltam L. Leland. of
J-am JLnaial. aad Mra Fraak Vsptter.
Other entertainment In honor of
Mra Donnelly were a box party at the
Orpheum yesterday afternoon, when
Mrs. F. F. Penfleld ws hostes. fol
lowed by tea at the Portland Hotel.
Mr. Lloyd also gave a bridge luncheon
for Mra Donnelly Thursday afternoon.
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Mra John Stanley Maglnnl gar an
Informal bridge Tuesday In honor of
Mrs. Lenord J. Zangs (Miss Margaret
O Heron). a recent bride, and sister of
Mra Maglnnl. Mr. Maglnnls' guest
wer Mra Thoma M. Talbott. Mra L
Vanduyn. Mr. A. Tlchnor. Mra Charles
Bo. Mr. W. W. Kerns. Mrs. Kather
Ine Daly. Mra John Annand, Mra Al
len E. Emery, Mr. Brandt Wlcker
aham. Mra Joseph Kill Cook. Mra
Frank Wood and Mra Charle H. Ma
glnnl. Tha prise were won by Mra C H.
Maglnnl and Mrs. Frank Wood,
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Amid a profusion of yellow chrysan
themum and aaparagua fern covers
war laid for eight when Mr. T. W. Nor.
by recently entertained th following
honor guests at luncheon Miss Blanch
Noel, of Los Angeles: Mr. Ethyl
Wood a of In.la: Mis Zoe Stockton,
of Salero, and Mrs. A. J. Rhode, of
Seattle.
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MU Hssel Tlchnor entertained Inform
ally at bridge Wednesday afternoon In
honor of her guest from Labllsh Meadow.
Brooke. Or, M!s Oertrude Jones.
Miss Jones 1 a fortnight guest of Mis
Tlchnor.
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Several dinner and supper wer
given last week In honor of Mr. and
Mra. Howard Gould, who were In the
city with the "Madam X" company.
Mr. Gould. It will be remembered, wa
with th local Baker Stock Company
for om time, and during hie stay here
he and Mrs. Gould mad many friend
who were glad to welcom them upon
thlr roturn, though for o short a
time, to the WeU Dr. and Mrs. A. E.
Hockey wer dinner hoeta In their
honor Monday evening, and also enter
tained them at supper following the
performance. Tuesday at luncheon
they wer entertained by Mr. and Mra
Jess! Stearn. and In the evening of
th same day they dined with Mis
Mav Enrtght and Mis L. Howe on
Portland Height prior to the theater,
after which they were aupper guests of
Mr. snd Mr. W. H. Thoma.
The Gould left early Thursday
morning with tho theatrical manage
ment for Eugene, en route to San Fran
cisco. e
Mra Fred Mason and Miss Susan Ma
son, prominent society folk of Spokane,
wrr guests of Mr. and Mr. Brandt
Wlckcrsham last week, and while here
were Informally entertalnd by Mra
Oskar Huher and Mra R. K- Ho fro. Mr.
and Mra Wickersham entertained Mon
day evening in tht-lr honor with a the
ater party to "Madame X" and also st
dinner previous. Extensive entertain
ing waa impossible, owing to th short
space of time composing the Mason'
vllt in Portland. Mlsa Mason, whose
wedding will tak place In Spokane In
the near future, wa particularly buy
hopping nd calling upon modiste.
Mra Mason (peak of the opening of
the new Country Club In Spokane, of
which her husband la president, with
much enthusiasm.
Two prominent young person of
Spokane and well known In Portland
are Mr. and Mra James Blaine Clark
(MI Helen Summer), wer married
in Spokane Wednesday at th Church
of Our Lady of Lourdes.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Andrews wer
dinner hosts last Tuesday In honor of
their guest. Mra J. L Hoftler. formerly
of Toledo. O, and now redding In Lo
Angelea The guests Included Mr. and
Mra F. H. Stowe and 11. H. Manny, of
Seattle.
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Mr. and Mra E. B. Levy (Miss Marie
Smith) are receiving felicitation upon
th birth Friday mornloc of a daugh
ter. e
Mrs, Cora Puffer, an aunt of Mrs.
Grace Watt Ross, accompanied by Mra
R. v. hlte. have Just returned from a
seven months' tour of Northern Eu
rope, visiting Denmark. Norway. Swe
den. Finland. Russia, Poland. Austria
and Hungary. Mra Puffer speaks
with particular Interest of the Finnish
women, who have an equal vote with
the men In government affairs, and
this Spring there were 15 women in
the Finnish Parliament.
The dance given at the Masonic
Temple last Friday evening by mem
bers of th Lincoln High School foot
ball team wa a decided success. The
hall waa decorated with holly and
greens and a great many high-school
pennanta were strung about th rooms.
Th patronesses were Mra C H.
Korell, Mra C. L. Sharno, Mrs. A. E.
Butterflrld. Miss Dagroar Korell and
Miss Fay Kllllngsworth, The football
team which composed the managing
rommltte Includes Neal Tyson. Wil
liam Tuerck. Charles Shearer, William
Trine, Oswald Day. Jack Day. Clay
ton Patterson. George Olsen and Ray
Toomey and Ruel O'Nell.
Mr. and Mra Edward R- Root enter
tained at their borne in Holladay's Ad
dition. Tuesday evening. with two
table of bridge, the first of a serle
of small affairs which they will give
during the Winter. Mr. Root's guests
were: Mr. and Mra Horace Chapman,
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Berger, Mrs)
Beatrice Gadsby, Mra George H. Hill.
John Colon and Talcott Root.
Mr. and Mrs.'j. A, l'anesl and Mius
Marl Vaness expect to leave Wlnlock,
Wastv, their home, soon for th
Orient. Mr. Yanuss was registered at
th Portland Hotel recently.
a
Member of the Delta Theta Delta
Sorority of Mill College In California
gave their annual Im Friday even
ing, December X. Llaser Hall wa beau
tifully decorated and unique favor
CHRISTMAS
GIFTS
Useful. Ornamental
and Exclusive
China, Cut Glass
Copper and Brass
Novelties
Bailey & Co.
42-4 Washlnston St.
Between 11th and 12th
wer presented th guesta Mlas Lena
SlmDion. of Portland, and Mis Juliette
Atherton, of Honolulu, had chars of
the entertainment. The patronesses
were: Mra Susan Lincoln Mills, Dr.
Luella Clay Carson. Mrs. George Har
noge. Mrs. Wilbur Wilcox, Mrs. Orlous
Wyman and Mra. Frances Ferrler.
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Mr. W. O. Fouch ha returned from
San Francisco, where she has been the
guest of her daughter, Mra Clarence
Reed Davis (Mabelle Fouch) for a
month. Wnlle In the South they mo
tored extensively through Southern
California.
Dr. and Mrs. J. K. Locke are enter
taining Miss Corlnne Sampson, of Buf
falo, X. Y., who will remain In . this
city until after the holidays.
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Miss Alice Wehrung. Miss Vern
Hutchlnaon. and Mlas Edith Slusher
were hoatesse at a dance at the Nor
tonla recently In honor of a number
of their college frlenda
a a a
Mlsa Grace Stoke ha returned to
her home In Astoria after passing a
fortnight In Portland, where she ha
been much entertained.
Miss Kin McKelvey Is th guest of
Dr. and Mra A. M. Kinney of Astoria,
a a a
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coons Carpenter
(Mlas Ella O'Connor), of Cincinnati,
Ohio, are receiving congratulations
upon the birth of a son, Tuesday, De
cember see
Mrs. Robert 8. Farrell entertained
Informally at bridge yesterday after
noon at her home, at 70S Lovejoy streot
KVEXTS OP THE WEEK.
A social affair of note at Pacific Uni
versity. Forest Grove, which took place
last Friday evening, wa the entertain
ment In the gymnasium given by the
member of the Phllomathean Society.
The guests gathered first In th gym
nasium, which wa attractively deco
rated with palms and festoons of
ferns and Oregon grape. The grand
march was led by Miss Genevieve
Courtney, of Portland, and Harry Har
ding. Following the entertainment In
th gymnasium a banquet was held In
the society room In Marsh Hall. Mies
Christine Wilson, president of tha so
ciety, toast mistress, called upon the
following guests for responses: Miss
Mary F. Farnham. dean of women;
Miss Esther Silverman, member of
alumnae, and Miss Margaret Whealdon.
Honor guests at the function were:
President and Mra W. N. Ferrln. Dr.
and Mrs. Bean. Principal H. L. Bate,
Dean Mary Farnham. Miss Lodlse Mil
ler, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Yoder.
Last week Mrs. O. W. Tabler enter
tained the Tuesday Afternoon Club at
on o'clock luncheon before the regu
lar programme. The study for the day
was Darwin's "Origin of Speciea" Miss
Grace Amos reviewed the book. Mrs,
Merwin Pugh gave a talk on the chap
ter, "The Struggle for Existence"; Mrs.
O. L Stahl read a paper on "Natural
Selection." and Mrs. Charles Wllklns
gave a paper on "The Darwinian Revo
lution." Following the programme several
musical numbers were given by mem
bers of the club. These Included: Vo
cal solo. "Goodbye, Sweet Day," by Mrs.
Harry U Vorse; piano solos, "Grlllen"
and "Warum." by Mra Henry Berger,
Becker. McLoughlin
& Sweeney
441 Washington St.
Telephone Marshall 2213.
Acceptable Christmas presents
at lowest prices.
For men Fancy silk neckties,
silk and linen initial handker
chiefs, fancy dress shirts, combi
nation sets of suspenders, garters
and arm bands; gloves, silk hose,
umbrellas.
For Ladies Fancy silk hose,
kid gloves, silk and linen hand
kerchiefs, bags, purses, neckwear,
umbrellas, automobile scarfs,
sweaters and silk skirts.
Agents for Thomson's Clove
Fitting end Warner's Rnstproof
Corsets.
MAIN 98
$2.50 per Hour
Shopping Rate
From 8 A.M. to 5:30 P.M.
DAILY
Portland Taxi cab Co.
A 1231
fill
L Barnham's Toilet Prepara'ions
Contain nothing that will
Injure th mast eanittlve
akin or delicate complex
ion. Tha Juice of the Cucum
ber haa for asea been rec-ncnlsr-d
aa one of the moat
Important aad effectual
remedlea for beantjr llle.
and aa compounded under
tha ' formula of the K.
numtiam faniniber and
KlHOTflomv frMia im especially delightful
aa a akin eleanaar. aa It enters tha poraa.
ramonni all Impurltlaa Ita whitening and
oothlns qualltlea are known to thousanda
Frlce rne and II.
E. Barahsm'a Kaloe-Osnae Manage
Creme la a sraaele. vanishing- erema. It
Is wonderful, beautlfler. (Gentlemen find It
delightful after ehaln. Price soc.
E. Burnham Medicated remplexloa
Powder Is a flnar powder, and mora aatla
raotory. than many of a much higher price.
(4 ehadee.) Price Soe.
THERE IS AN E. Bt IIMIH PREPARA
TION FOB EVERY BEAI'TT ILL.
The preparatlona are used exclusively
In E. BT-RNHAM'S BEAUTY CULTURE
ESTABLISHMENT, tha larjreat in ttta
world. TO and 1 State at, Chicago.
FOB SALE AT AIL FIRST-CLAM
. DEALERS.
If your dealer cannot supply you w WUJ
and postpaid upon receipt of price.
S. Burnham. T aad K. Wash, at Chl
easo, Sept. C-33.
ACCEPTABLE GIFT
There is nothing that appeals to any lady more than
A SET OF FURS OR FUR GARMENT
Make your selections now, while the assortment is most
complete in every wanted style and description of Furs.
life
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ill
VwMm m
will) m
BDI FROM THE FACTORY DIRECT ALL FDRS MODELED ON
THE PREMISES, GIVING EMPLOYMENT- TO PORTLAND PEOPLE
COATS
GENUINE BLACK RUSSIAN PONY in
fine Moiried selected skins; lengths 38 in.,
42 in., 52 in.
Prices $45.00, $57.50, $65.00, $85.00,
$100.00, $125.00 and $150.00.
FUIi LINED COATS In broadcloths,
Tweeds, etc., with suitable fur collars and
linings.
Prices $55.00, $75.00, $85.00, $100.00, $120.
BLACK CARACUL AND ASTRACHAN
"COATS With self or contrasting fur col
lars, revers and cuffs, lengths 24 in., 30 in.,
36 in., 50 in.
Prices $17.50, $55.00, $75.00, $100.00
RICH SABLE CONEY COATS Superior
in cut and well lined ; length 42 in. and 50 in.
Prices $47.50 and $55.00
AFTER T1TE SEASONS' WEAR WE THOR
OUGHLY CLEANSE AND REFRESHEN
YOUR FURS FREE OF ANY CHARGE.
Neck Pieces, Muffs and Sets
Japanese Mink Sets
$25.00, $40.00, $52.50
Brook or River Mink Sets .
$14.50, $17.50, $22.50
Gray and Sable Squirrel Sets
$13.50, $14.50, $17.50
Sable Fox Sets '
$18.75, $25.00, $32.50
Sable and Blue Opossum Sets
$12.50, $17.00, $19.75
White Poxeline Sets
$10.50, $18.50, $26.50
Black and Blue Wolf Sets
;" $29.50, $35.00, $42.50
Black Fox Sets
$30.00, $37.50, $47.50
Black French Coney Sets '
$11.50, $18.75, $25.00
Black Lynx Hare Sets
$7.25, $11.25, $18.50
CHILDREN'S AND MISSES' SETS IN ALL FURS.
PRICES $2.00 $2.50, $3.75, $4.25, $6.50, $8.50, $11.50 and $15.00
WE ARE PRACTICAL FURRIERS WHO MANUFACTURE THE GOODS "WE SELL.
OUT OF TOWN ORDERS CAREFULLY
AND PROMPTLY FILLED
FURS SENT ON APPROVAL
We Will Pay Express Charges One Way
H LIEi
Lit UO ii I i n WaV -saii aa
CORBETT EUILDING. Store Open Saturday Evenings Until Christmas.
CHRISTMAS SPECIALS
AT PKICES Nt.VER BEFORE OFFERcD
To the Public While They Last.
' 0-size Waltham or Elgin, in 20-year
case, $14.0U, reduced to
12 or 16-size Waltham or Elgin, 20-year
case, reduced to $9.50
A Written Guarantee With Every Article Sold.
10 Discount on Every Diamond in Our Store
WE CARRY DIAMOND RINGS FROM $10.00 TO $1000.00
Any Diamond Ring Purchased at Our Store Can Be Exchanged for a Larger
One for the Price You Paid for Same.
J. P. PLAGEMANN
O . KANAGER
288 MORRISON STREET
if.
90
K-4 TO.
12
$10.00 Silver Toilet Sets qij rf
reduced to !! UU
$10.00 Silver Manicuring
Sets reduced to O.UU
$1.00 Cuff Link Sets reduced
$1.50 Cuff Link and Scarf j
Pin Set reduced to DC
$1.00 Scarf Pins reduced
to
$1.00 Rhinestone Hatpins re
duced.to.
45c
tone Hatpins re" o
a l.t.AtvT-
Sterling Silver Thimbles 10
STANDARD JEWELRY STORE
141 THIRD STREET, NEAR ALDER.
Mi
Your Girl
Appreciates your
company, especially
when you take or
send her a box of
Fine Cut Flowers
ClarkeBros.
287 Morriaoa St.
Hotel Moore
SEASIDE, "OR.
Opn All Tear. Hot Salt Baths in Hotel.
Special Rates by Month.
DAJf J. MOORE PROPRIETOR.
A flne rtlele made In Spain Is a toneles
sardine stuffed with bm. This sails aa
hlh a S 13.60 a case of 100 cans, a aialnat
only 13.60 a case of 100 cans, -of ordinary
eardtnee in all. '"' v