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THE SUNDAY OREGONIAX, PORTLAND, JUNE 2S, 1914.
WOMAN'S PRESS CLUB
HAS GUESTS OF NOTE
Reception Given la Honor of Mrs. Elizabeth Towne and lira. Florence
Martin Eastland at Home of Mrs. E. H. Ingham.
r yy-j- kST?, Mar-ion.
yv KE of tho social event in clubdom
I I during th CMt week was th r
ceptlen tendered by the State
Women's Press Club at tha bam of
Mrs. E. IL Ingham in honor of Mrs.
Elizabeth Towne, of "new-thought
fame, and Mrs. Florence Martin East
land, of the Writers' Club, SeatM. Mrs.
Towne, formerly a Portland woman, i
well known to many members of the
kciub, and her work as editor or tne
Nautilus is familiar to readers and
thinkers everywhere. It is not so gen
erally known, however, that Nautilus
was born and nurtured in Portland, and
STfew to quite a lusty child before its
journey across tne continent to iioi
yoke, Mass. Mrs, Towne grave an inter-
eating sketcb of the history on tne pub
lioation, touching briefly Upon more re
cent experiences. She pleaded for self.
expression and "hot-hearted" appealing
Mrs. Eastland gave an entertaining
fend enlightening talk relative to her
work and pointed out the several pit
falls that are most sure to prove "de
lays to success," Including such Impedl
xnent as "irregularity of work, lack of
preparation. Inability to Judge ones
own work, loss of faith In one's self,
remoteness from markets and compe
tition of some 50,000 writers."
A most Interesting musical and lit
erary programme was given under the
sUDervlsion of Mrs. Colista M. Dowling,
president of the club. Miss Beryl Cum
mins clayed several instrumetnal num
bars. Miss Nina Joy sang "Little Son,"
accompanied by Miss Mildred Timms at
the piano, and Mies Pearl Kirk gave
a character sketch, "An Obstructive Hat
in the Pit." Miss Joy also sang a Wood-
stock booster song, written by Mrs.
Leon Story especially for the coming
i'OUrtn of July celebration in tnat sec
tion, and Miss Kirk led in the Wood
stock yell, also contributed by Mrs.
Mrs. . E. II. Ingham, surrounded by
her family and friends, ,was an ideal
hostess and dispensed refreshments and
cordiality most graciously.
Members of the Bay View Study Club
of Wasco, Sherman County, gave a ban
quet to their husbands and a few in
vited guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. R. C. Atwood, Wednesday even
Ine of last Week. Mrs. t. W. Wade,
the retiring president, gave an inter
esting talk on the work and object
of the club, and introduced subjects
on Germany, Which was the club theme
the past Winter. The following mem
bers responded with Interesting papers
or musical selections! Mrs. W. N. Morse.
Mrs. Jennie Mcpherson. Mrs. J. T. John
son. Mrs. F. L. Laniborne. Mrs. E. D.
MoKee. Mrs. C. M. Huddleston, Miss
Dunlao ahd Mrs. J. P. Yates.
A repast was served on the lawn
which was beautifully decorated, the
lohg table being trimmed with La
France roses. A shower Of electric
lights overhung all. The natural beauty
of the shrubbbery about the lawn was
elaborated by tiny colored electric
Dr. Gertrude Minthorne, a "Western
woman, has been appointed resident
physician at Mill Crest, Santa Clara.
JsT. Y., where are located the New York
Working Girls' Society comes.
The Woman's Overlook Improvement
Club met Rt the home of Mrs. Charles
F. Smith, Colonial avenue. Mrs, Robert
Berger Was re-elected president. At
the close of the election Mrs. Befger
crave a nice talk, reviewing the nrst
year's work of the club. She said the
success of the club was most gratify
Insr to her.
"The work done not only in a liter
ary way but In many other ways has
been far in the lead ot many other
clubs in tha city. No one woman can
make a Club, no matter how competent
she may be. It la the hearty co-opera.
tirtrt of pverv member. Never a dls
eebttng voice has broken the perfect
peace and unity which has existed the
'entire year, 'in union tnere is strengm
ill our motto, and snail continue ra m,
Ai your president I have come in close
contact and nave learned to Know ana
love yell alt. The women of this club
are Very Bear to my heart, and God
frrant you may continue to be so for
all tne years to come.
"I want to thank you for the good
work lone, and especially to thank the
press. We owe much to tnem, lor tney
have been truly courteous to us. We
thank the artists who have lectured
and played and entertained US on many
The .club has planned outings at in
tervals to keep the club women in
touch during the Summer.
Ktmri.v viriin. in the main parlor
of the Portland Motel, Mrs. Florence
Crawford spoke upoh "Love' as tne
universal spirit and as It is symbol
ized In the violet. She said: "The non-
,ttiaiiiiea of love is tne one tning
all are seeking, Riid can come ohly as
we enter into the one spirit, wnicn
expresses in and through one's mani
festations. Entering into love, one can
live as does the Violet, In simplicity,
in modesty, seeking not its own, but
attracting to itself by the very fra
grance of Its presence. Filled With the
consciousness of being, it can, by its
greatness of spirit, glorify the lowliest
place In life and make It great."
Mrs. Crawiord win soon oegin a nww
series of lectures on "Riches for the
Poor" at the Library hall. v
The Chautauqua committee Ot the
Oregon Congress of Mothers is Tnaking
extensive plans ror its programme at
tho coming session at Gladstone Park,
A kindergarten win oe maintained
under the supervision of Mrs. Pamuel
R. Norton, a graduate of the Boston
f l -
v J -Af-
kindergarten Normal. Mrs. Norton
Kcomes highly recommended, having
taught In th primary department or
the publio schools of Boston. She Is a
great institute worker and la Inter
ested in vocational training.
A-very afternoon during jns voau-
- - V
tauqua session the executive board of
the Congress of Mothers Will be In
charge of a programme at Oregon Con
gress of Mothers' headquarters at 3
July 14 will be Congress of Mothers'
dav. Tha forum hour, at It o'olock,
will be presided over by Mrs. Arlstene
Felts, the state president of tne con
gress. Dr. Luther R. Dyott will deliver
tha lecture. The subject wfll be "Prep
aration for Marriage and Parenthood,"
and Miss Dagmar lues Kelly will be tne
Samuel Hill, the Oregon farmer and
roadbuilder, will five an illustrated
lecture at 9 P. M.
At 8:30 p. M. Judge Earl c. Bronaugn
and Miss Emma Butler Will speak on
Juvenile Court problems at the kinder
The following women win do m
charge of the headquarters, taking
their turn daily.
Mrs. I. N. Walker, chairman; Mr, F.
S. Meyers, Mrs, John Manning, Mrs. F.
F. Smith, Mrs. H. L Fitzpatrick, Ufa.
J. Elliott King, Mrs. Thomas Green,
Mrs. A Bonham, Dr. Kitty P. Gray,
Mrs. C. F. Nichols, Mrs. 1 C. Phillips,
Mrs. Harriet Hendee.
A reception will be held July IS for
the Congress ot Mothers. The pa
tronesses will bet Mrs. Aristene Felts,
president; Mrs. Robert Tate, Mr. H, R.
Albee, Mrs. C. M. Collier, Mrs. C. D.
Hoyt, Mrs. W. W. Ussher, Mrs. J. W.
Kerr, Mrs. J. S. Landon, Mrs. H. I Wal- j
tor, Mrs. A. A. Lindsley, Mrs. G. W.
Evans, Mrs. I, H, Amor, Mrs, C, T. Dick- j
THIRTEEN ARB GRADUATED TROM CHRISTIAN BROTHERS' BUSI
Hi " li 3 n i
S N e 7 if e
vwTji . llrssKriiir'!
"1l JfO II j
1 -Henry Anthony A a rarer, at. faall
-Aataoar Job Becker, Portland I
Charle Snart Curt In, Portlaatf
"Create Jo.pk t elurla, Peptlaad)
S Roy Joba Huaa, Pvrilaadi M il,
lias Joaenh I.roaia. Portlaadi "7
Malpolm Tkanua MeLns, POrtlaadt
8 .Martlnua Aelea, Csrarllua) B
Adolph John Rac Portland! 1
Urorge Henry Royer, St. John 11
Wllllnm Clement Nebuster. Portlaadl
12 Frill Hpraam Mmom. Portland!
13 Thomas Wilbur Warrea, Port
land. The commencement exercises of the
Christian Brothers' Business College
were held in the AlUmnt Hall. Grand
avenue and Clackamas street, Tuesday.
A musical and literary programme
k- u. ,ini.n. Tha idilrsti
bv Judge Gatens. Archbishop Christie awarded the diplomas. There were
i i,,.,.. rn, th hnniiieas department and 20 from the crinSmar ae-
lnson, Mrs. Samuel Connell, Mrs. E. E.
Coovert and Mrs. Martin Wagner.
Every afternoon at 1 o'clock the fol
lowing programme will take- place at
the Congress of uotners Headquarters
July 7. Mrs. X. M. Walker in charge
July S. "Child Welfare Legislation,1
Mrs Millie Trumbull: July . "Ethics of
the State Fair Work." O. M. Hyland;
July 10, "Widows' Pensions," Judge
Gatens; July II, education department,
Dr. George Rebec; Mrs. W. J. Hawkin
Miss Ruth Johns, soloist; July la,
eugenlo test. Dr. Mae Cardwell; July
14. Congress Of Mothers' day; Dr. Lu.
ther R. Dyott, lecturer; Miss Dagmar
Ines Kelly, soloist; Mrs. Aristene tens,
presiding; July 15, lecture and demon
atratlon tor mothers, Mrs. A. King Wil
eon in charge; July 16, parent-teacher
extension. Professor T. J. Gary; July
17, supervised play demonstrated, U H
Weir; July is. reception under cirec
tion of Mrs. Martin Wagner.
A special meeting of the Portland
Shakespeare Study Club has been called
for Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at
the home of Mrs. Edward r. rreDie,
I7S East Twenty-ninth street North.
All members are earnestly requested
to be present. End. Of the Broadway
At the meeting ot the Oregon Child
Welfare Commission, June 24, at the
First Presbyterian Churoh. a number
of helpful things In. connection with
defective and delinquent children were
exploited by Mrs. Robert H. Tate,
president of the Commission.
She outlined the purpose of the
Commission as follows:
First, to study conditions affecting
Second, to find remedies for existing
Third, to safeguard them in . the
future through education and legisla
She dwelt at length upon the three
phases of the question, urging the
commission to put forth efforts to
maintain higher standards and better
external conditions for children. An
appeal for more playgrounds was made,
and she suggested that experts be em
ployed tc look after delinquent chil
L. R. Alderman, secretary 6t the com
mission, gave a lucid talk outlining
the plans for work -Among exceptional
children, and Mrs. C. A. Ward, presi
dent of the Oregon Association for
the Education of the Deaf, demon
strated the oral system of speech used
in teaching by having a deaf pupil of
Buchanan school recite a selection.
The girl spoke in a clear voice, which
was heard in every part of the church
The Commission is endeavoring to
enadt a law in the- state which will
place the responsibility for misde
meanors and crime of the child di
rectly upon the parent.
Recommendations for the extension
of the jurisdiction of the Juvenile
Court to cover all cases under 21 years
of age were heard.
Mrs. John M. Scott, retiring chairman
of the literature department of the
Portland woman's Club, submitted tne
following report for the years 1S13-14,
at the club meeting on Friday:
Literature department of the Port
land Woman's Club 1813-14, 13 lectures
on the Modern Drama, and one On Ped
agogical Anthropology was delivered by
Dr. C. H. Chapman before this depart
ment. The course embracing such
writers as Ibsen, Yeates, haw, Brieux,
Jones, Mackaye, Austes and H. Fielding
Hall were studied. The attendance
throughout the year was unusually
large, averaging from 75 to 100.
The choice of subjects for the past
year was less Imperative to the lec
turer, although we may not have al
ways enjoyed the authors selected, nor
yet at all times wholly accepted the
Interpretation of the lecturer, yet we
were, throughout the entire course,
provided with abundant food for
thought, and had the added Btttlsfac
tion of hearing the literary produc
tions. At the- business meeting held
on Mav 1 Mrs. J. D. Boencer was
elected chairman and Mrs. Paul Trul-
linger, secretary for the coming year.
Mrs. Robina Louise Scott, chairman
of the literature department for three
years, has retired. Her place is being
filled by Mrs, spencer.
Women's Club Works for Show.
JUNCTION CITY. Or.. June 27.
(SDeclal.) The Women's Improvement
Club held Its regular meeting with a
number of the members representing
various characters of fiction. It de
cided to have a Queen elected to pre
side over the Pumpkin Show, Septem
ber 17, 18, 19. This is the first time
that a Queen will be elected for this
festival. The club is assisting the
board of directors to make this show
to tha srraduatlnB- class Was made
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played the wedding march. Little Mil
dred BtioUley made an attractive
The bride was charming tn a gown
of white laee, gracefully draped over
white satin. Her veil was wreatneo
with lilies of the valley and was
fashioned in a mob cap. She also wore
an exquisite laoe shawl worn by ber
arandmotber in England on ner wea
ding day, 75 years ago. Her bouquet
was of white sweet peas, carnations
and maidenhair fern.
Mrs. Ballantyne. matron of nonor,
wore a white chiffon and eatin gown
with deeo erirdle of blue satin, tin
carried olnk roses and ferns.
After the ceremony a reception wm
hii ,nH a buffet suoner served. As
listing in the rooms were Mrs. O. D.
Austin, Mrs. V. H. Bticaiey, juiss .mar
eii Austin and Miss Violet Nutting.
Mr. and Mrs. Reeves came to port.
land for a short wedding trip and -upon
their return to Albany will be at 60S
wst Fifth street.
The out-of-town guests Included Mr.
and Mrs. Levi West. Taooma; Mr. and
Mm. Linn Faust. Hood River; C.
Rutier. Portland: C. D. Monteith, Port
1,1,4- Mm Rllen James. Salem: Mrs.
i.i-An- sMmhicr. Los Anaeles: Mr.
and Mrs. Denson, jenerson, mr. ana
Mr. Ry Reeves. Jefferson! Frank
Shugart. Mill City; Harry Curran, Ray
A pretty Wedding took place Monday
evening at the borne of Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Boren. 1100 Bllsworti street
when their daughter, Mrs. Grace Emma
Long, was married to Edwin Paul in
,ri, p., T,lm Paraoni officiated.
The bride wore a beautiful gown of
pearl gray crepe de omne, trimmea
with a large bouquet ot tecu oruuurr,
roses. Her daugnter, r.iisaoiii,
as flower girl, carrying a basket of
red roses. '
ThA livine-room Wa3 decorated witn
nink riuu. maidenhair fern and splrea.
Th miii under which the couple
stood was mad of terns ana pire uu
a huge bell of white roses. The hail
was decorated in red rammer
k m 1. .oil ttiiitlv roses.
Miss Emma Klepple playea tne n eu-
Mrs. A Altman served at the punch-hnu-i
,H,latsii nv Mrs. Krall. .
Those present were: Jirs. j. -
dall, Mr. and Mrs, A B. Price, ana
daughter, Florence; Mr. ana Mrs. . i.
r., Mr. Dn4 Mrs. KleDDle, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Altman and son. rtev. ana
John Parsons, Miss Ina Walters, Misses
Bertha and Tillle McGutre, Mr. and
Mrs. William R. Hawksley and Mr, and
The Couple left for the ooast, wnere
th will TiiLsa a week or so prior to
their departure to Ban Franolsco, which
will be-their future nome.
A pretty June wedding took place at
tha Union-Avenue Methodist cnurcn
Wednesday evening, when Miss Esther
Berglund, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K.
v n-o-l.tr. wax married to R. G.
Qarratt, Rev. JamSe Hardy Bennett, of
v,li A. Bacon, violinist, acuum
nr,iri hv Mrs. Bacon, rehdered "The
siwj " tiv Kalnt-Baens. Miss juinian
Hlggs sang "Believe Me n ah ino
Endearing Young Charms" and "O
Promise Me." Miss Florence M. crego
niivari tha wedding march and Was
ai,,AmhanlatL fit MiSri HiSTS.
Mimm Unci la usrraii. ni x oresfc urovci
, m of honor and Misses Winnie
Michael, Maude Hughes, Virginia John
son and Astred Wlnberg were brides
maids. G. D. Gftrratt, or jsasnvuie,
Tenn.. brother of the bridegroom, act
ed as best man. The ushers were N.
t o.k,h bt Gnlvnston. Tex.: V 11 lard
Oakes, Vernon R. Faon and I E.
At the reception Which followed a
buffet lunch was served to 250 guests.
Mr, and Mrs. Garratt are at home at
124S iiast Nineteenth street.
A pretty home wedding was solemn
ised at the home of th bride's par
ents. Mr. and Mr. A. coutre, 732 Bla
mark street. Wednesday evening,
Charles O. Larson and MIbs Ina May
Coutre being the Contracting parties.
Th ceremony was performed in the
presence of a large number of rela
ti. itev. A. B. Calder. of the Trinity
Methodist Episcopal cnuren, reaa tne
0fir Th Jinm was aecoraieu in
nrairnn pro n. ferns and roses, ine
bride Wore a White crepe de chine
gown, veil Wreathed with orange
blossoms. Her bouquet was of bride's
who was attended by ber Bister,
Miss lues COutre, who was dressed in
pink crepe de chine, carrying an arm
bouquet or pink sweet peas.
otto Miller served as oes man,
Mian Lillian Larson, sister of tne
groom, played Mendelsson a wedding
march. After congratulations a uuuii
lunch Was served. Mr. and Mrs. Larson
will be at their new home, 668 Borth
wick street, after July 6.
At the home of Mrs. Emma Robert
son, 795 cafutnere street, a pretty
wedding took place Wednesday even
fti of this week, when her daughter,
Miss LydiA Robertson was married to
Frank Hildebrandt. botn being mem-
era of the First Presbyterian Churcn,
Dr. John H. Boyd officiated. Preceding
the ceremony Mrs. MoCracken sang "I
Love You Truly." The wedding march
was played by Miss Anna Nickum.
The brida wore a soft satin gown fit
ivory white, trimmed in Duchess Jace,
With tne ioias oi ner long urns
fastened by a half clroie of Duchess
lace, entwined with orange blossoms.
Louis Williams acted as best man,
MIbs Edith Olson was maid of honor
and Miss Ethel Sherwood bridesmaid.
Mr. and Mrs. Hildebrandt leit ror a
short wedding trip and on their re
turn will occuny their new bungalow
just Completed in Rose City park.
A charming weddine Which was
solemnised Wednesday morning at 6:30
was that of Miss Alrrta Holllngsworth
to Charles L. Helwig. The Ceremony
was read by Rev. Oswald Taylor. The
vounr couple stood beneath an um
brella, Of roses and evergreens. After
the ceremony the party were seated at
the table. Where a breakfast was
The table was greatly admired, the
dentei piece being a garden effect of
pink roses. The bride Was charming
in a suit of blue charmeuse and i
smart tailored hat of White. She car.
rled a shower bouquet of whit sweet
Mr. and Mrs. Helwig will tour the
Northern Coast cities, after Which they
will be at noma in a charming bunga
low at TOO East Thirty-seventh street
North. The ohly guests beside th fam
ily were Miss Waidt and Miss Ross,
A pretty home wedding was that of
Miss Bethyl Brown arid Dr. A F. Weeks
at the heme of the bride's parents In
Vancouver Tuesday afternoon. Rev.
H. B. Templeton officiating. The bride
wor a gown of brocaded cream-colored
charmeuse, draped with shadow lace,
and carried a bouquet of bride's roses.
The bridesmaid. Miss Lillian Boroqulet,
wore a gown of light green chiffon,
trimmed with Irish lace. H. M. Weeks,
the bridegroom's brother, acted as best
. Th bridal couple left at once for the
beach wher they will remain until
July 15. when they Will be at home M
633 Cole street MUs Brown ha been
a. tchof of ti JioUaOay. bc&ooI lor
th last three years. Dr. Weeks Is a
graduate of th North Pacific College
of Dentistry, and is a resident of Port
At the residence ot Mr. and Mrs. Ira
. Allen, amid a sotting ot white lilies
and Oregon grape. Miss Mildred L.
Allen, of Lents, Or., became th bride
of Karl J. Nordberg, of Chicago, on
Wednesday evening at a charming, sim
ple home wedding. The ceremony was
solemnised by th Rev. J. Bowersox, of
Portland, grandfather of the bride, and
Was attended by a large number of
relatives and a few intimate friends.
The bridesmaid was Miss Carol
Hogue. a girlhood friend of the bride.
Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" was
played by Miss Marlon Bennett, cousin
of th bride. Attar tha ceremony a
buffet supper was served.
Mr. and Mrs. Nordberg went to their
new bungalow on East Eightieth and
Clayton streets. In a few weeks they
Intend to leave for an extended trip
through the mountains.
Vaa Xatta-W fclr.
One ot the pretty June weddings took
olace at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles C. Wheeler, 411 East Eighteenth
street, Wednesday evening, when their
daughter, Miss Alice M. Wheeler, was
married to K. C. Van Natta, by th
Rev. J. J. Staub. D. IX, ot the bunny
sida Congregational Churoh. The liv
ing-room was artistically decorated in
White and red roses, wun graceiui tea
toons of crimson rambler. Miss Mar
Jorie Miller opened the servio with
the bridal hymn from "Lohengrin." Mis
lza A. Constable, of Salem, Or., a close
friend and choolmat of th bride, was
bridesmaid. A reception followed the
ceremony and afterward refreshments
were served. Among tne ouc-or-town
guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Van
Natta, of Missoula, Mont. Mr. and Mrs.
K. C. Van Natta will mak their home
in this city. -
A simple but Impresslv wedding
took plac Wednesday afternoon In the
First congregational unurcn, wun
Eva Junette Bevls was married to
William Kugan McCorkl. Dr. L. R.
Dyott, pastor of th church, officiated.
Special interest was added to tn cere
mony by th double ring service which
The bride I an only daughter Of Mr.
and Mrs. John W. Bevls. The bride
groom is a young business man of this
oitv. After August 1 Mr. ana Mrs.
McCorkle will be at home to their
many friends In their new home at
425 East Forty-third street.
A nretty home weddtne took place
Tuesday evening at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Spurrier, 447 Simp
son street, this city, when their daugh
ter, Harriet Augusta, was married to
Klmer C, Rutherford, of Fresno, cai.
The ceremony was performed by Rev,
Louis Thomas, of th Woodlawn Metho
dist Church, in th presence of 25
friends and relatives. After th cere
mony a buffet supper was served. After
nasslna- a week with the bride's parents
Mr. and Mrs. Rutherford will leave for
their new home, which Mr. KUtherrora
has been preparing for his bride near
A nretty wedding was solemnised at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Fisher
on Wednesday evening, when their
daughter, Mies Nettie Fisher, became
the bride ot Bernard McKalne. Rev.
Mr. Howard officiated. The rooms were
decorated prettily with ferns ana
Dotted plant. After th wadding a re
ception was held, when about SO guests
called to greet the couple.
Rudolph F, Balk and Miss Julie
Colteux were married at th parsonage
of the Sunnysld Congregational
Churoh by the Rev. J. J. Staub, D. D.,
' SOCIETY PERSOXAXS.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rosenblatt and
children hav gone to Gearbvrt to open
their Summer cottage for tn Mason.
A. G. Long. Jr.. returned this week
for the Bummer vacation from th Bos
ton School ot Technology at which h
I a student.
Mrs. E. M. Bresler. of Milwaukee,
Wis.. Is visiting Dr. and Mrs. Laird,
at their home, -1091 Mallory avenue.
Mrs, Frank C. Wasserman has opened
her beach cottage at Beavlew and has
as her guests Mrs. 8. McMillan and
Miss Ada Holmes, of 360 Blahden
street, left Friday for Berkeley to
take a summer course at the Uni
versity of California.
MIbs M. F. Murphy, of Alexandra
Court. Was called East last week on
account of the serious Illness of her
mother in Altoona, Fa.
Dr. W, J. Rogg is now In Nw York,
wher he will remain indefinitely In
the interest Of his profession, before
taking a trip to Europe.
Mrs. L. W. Ausmus, who has taught
n the Lents School for many years, left
Thursday for Monmouth to attend the
Summer course for teachers.
Mrs, David Jay, formerly of this city,
now a resident or uaKiana, jai is vis
iting the home of Mrs. E. porter, .
Park street, for a few weeks.
Robert L. Chapman Is pUased to an
nounce that Elwood L. Munsell la fully
recovered from his recent nines and
soon will again take up hie duties.
Letters, announcing the safe arrival
at Naples, Italy, ot John C. Altman, of
387 Thirteenth street, tni city, nav
been received this week by his parent.
Mr. Altman. who Is a graduate-
student of California university, is
making a vacation tour of the conti
nent and England, aocompanied by a
Tha Misses Ruth Dunn and Qen-
viavr Eckelson left for Seattle Thurs
day morning wher they will attend the
Summer course at, tne university oi
Mrs. E. R. Barchua has Just left for
Tosemlte Valley, where she expects to
be for a month or six Weeks, studying
the wonders of that plac and sketch
ing from nature,
Mrs. J. B. McNeff fcnd Mise Katherlne
MoNeff leave Wednesday for Los Ange
les, where they will visit relatives for
the Summer. In September they will
leave for a trip to Europe, returning
for the Sea Francisco exposition in
Mies Louise Brace left on Tuesday tor
Montreal and Quebec Early In July
eh will enter Columbia university ot
New York for th Summer session.
Later she will travel in th East with
friends and return to Portland in
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest C. Jenner and
two children. Of Seattle, Wash., ar in
Portland foi a fortnight' visit with
their relatives, Mr. and Mrs, J. L.
Schults and Mr. and Mrs. Charles B.
Moorea. Mr. Jenner is sketch artist On
th Seattle Times.
Mrs. A. F. Morgan, wif of a promi
nent realty broker of Morgan Place,
Hollywood, Cal., la the guest of Mr.
Louis Fred Scheuls, Of Rose City Park.
Mrs. Morgan formerly was a resident
of this city, and has been entertained
frequently during her visit
Miss Katherlne 8. Arnold is visiting
for the Summer her brother, Mosmer
K. Arnold, on his ranch in the Belmont
district at Hood River. For the past
two year Miss Arnold has been In
charge of the department Of mathemat
ics at Milwaukee-Downer College, Mil
waukee .W la afil will return Uer la,
Low Excursion Fares
JULY 2, 3, 4
Low Rates to
July 3 and 4
TICKETS: 255 Morrison Street, Portland.
Phones Main 244, A 1244. A. D. Charlton. A. O. P. A.
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY
U in the heart of Bey ocn; surrounded r
hard-inrfaced street, cement sidewalks, and,
beautiful residences. Bummer bungalows,
completely furnished, for rent: $10 a week,
918 two weeks, $30 a month. No extra
charts for electric lifhts, water, fuel, laun
dry and Janitor semco
Hate. Infermatkta and Roe-;
ervetloa. Til coreett ui
ny s, f. H. n. Aff.uw
Seaside ci&lg Oregon
Room with or without private balb. Special attention given to our
dining-room service. Due meets all train. ICales on application.
Overlooking the Ocesn. W. I). T0RSEY. Proprietor,
OVERLOOKING THE OCEAN.
SEASIDE. CLATSOP BEACH. OIL
Rooms with or without bath. Hot
salt water bstbs and surf bathing.
Recreation pier for fishing. Sea food
a speoialty. Grill in connection. Music
and dancing every vning.
DAN J. MOORE,' Prop.
Ho! for Cascadia
--... n.miHi,!. fA.A!t on Coant best
madl'uinal water, scenery, hiintln and
flshlns: nature's own conservatory ot
health. Auto or Bias rrom Leoanon or
AVrlte or phone,
U. M. UKiaEMtnrtrcn.
September to reium her work tor an
Mrs. l: K. Caltatther and daughter,
Mist Anita, of rullman, Wa.li., ar
truest at tha horn or Mr. ana Mrs.
Marry W. Trie, in Hose City Park.
Misa Gallacher Is a member of th I'M
beta Phi oriorltjr and ha been th
recipient ot many social favor during
her stay In ,.. city.
Ml.s Gwendoline ejmlth, th dausThtar
of Iir. and Mrs. Char) J. Bmiih. of
trvlnirton. Ift for th Kt Irrlrtey.
Miss Smith 1 a chrtnlnr slrl and pop
ular at th vollen h ha hn St-tendln-,
Kolng to Ithloa, Nw York, a
a delegate to the Horonty convention,
After vlsitlni? th principal cities and
Rummer resorts of th East with
friends, she will return late this Bum
mef to Portland.
SEASIDE PLAN'S CKLEBRATIO??
Fourth of July hvulvitles to Bo Held
. on Elaborate Scale.
SEASIDE, Jun 27. (Special.) Elab
orate preparations are being- mad her
for th celebration et tu Fourth of
July. A committee is arranging for
brilliant illumination and gay decora.
tions. Admiral Jletschan ana nis
resatta staff will come over rrom
Ainria to ioln in the festivltiea
At the coming celebration ther will
be special attractions at tne new nata
torlum In the way of high diving and
swimming races. Dr. Van Dorn will
be in charge.
A large number of the cottafte ar
open or ar being prepared for ocou
Panuy, A few informal afternoon at
hrlritra hat been given.
Mrs. bavld M. Dunn and daughter
are occupying th bunne cottag for th
Bummer. Miss Kuth iiaiston was a
recent guest of Miss Helen Dunae, Colo
nel Dunne passed a fw days at eeaslde
Th Vtascher eottage on the south
bosrdwalk I occufid by F. W. Wasrher
and a party of young mn. Th family
will arrive In a few day.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip R. Smith ar
here for an outing. They are oc
cupying the Knapp Cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. Clevoland end Milt
ftuth Cleveland are domiciled In an at.
Mrs. Joseph ooodman arwt her two
children r In their Bummer horn
iir. ai iitt, yernca artwrlht are
Go and Enjoy tho
FOUR TRAINS DAILY
To and From
Tacoma and Seattle.
U. ' ,Ai?vw
"THE HACKNEY COTTAGE"
MODCIUT 1.1 KVKKT RICsrKCT.
Fnlard 1lnlnroom esnacltr. bi
tlful surroundings. plil it
on North Heat h. Mak re.ervslions l.y
wlr or mall. Special rale by the week.
Alni: r.vir:w. ween.
THAT DELIGHTFUL BEACH HOME
The Ilmni-e rrM, le
p.n; Kurap-an nlrj fr.. fml-n ..
tnl; a eui.l, hmn xlln ! -lnnkll
en I lt f "r """"I'"
rii"B lirrou'i.i "
rriir ! aM4, ' ""I r";
.rvu.ii: ii i e4 te
price. Wrtl l lraisr,
THK M-MOnK," HKl.rtr, Or.
Strictly flrst-clius room, little or
en suite; concrete blwkj one bWU
from depot, ecan vie. Look tor
JOHN MEARS. Proprietor
th Malarhy eettage for a week
E. Plrptit rwl Wre. .
Croby are in the Pletpont cola.
Mr. and Mr. , li. rnendl-y. f
Kustn. sf rro'' "0, r".
Mrs. Clark and Mr. Orscy ai in
Mra Laura Knowles. ef lunin)f
Villa, I eupyln hr eollag.
Th 1C. A. nothschlld sr occupying
en of th Duun rottg.
Mr. and lr. Kdwar4 Boye passed
a week at )lotl Moor.
Itlght HV. It. la l'ddo-k. wh w
a gtist ber. has gon to China nH '
C. V. Jnrkeon. of Ppohen. we a
gurst of Mr. and lira Dan Moor far
a fw day.
r.AKC LYTIJ2 DRAWS VJMTOIH
Cotter crs lgln Arriving and How
tint Tartlo Arc Held.
LAKR LYT1.K. Or.. Jun ST. ep
olal.) Th following ar rglaterl t
Outlook Inn, LaK Lytla Ravh'. P. K.
Brigham, ?. B. Ltle, II. B. Hooker, A.
J. snerrlii. K. Jt. Kltsmlller. Terry Kits-
mliur. Henry Kllers. Dr. John rawcett.
Mrs. rwctt. Captain V. M. C. rMlv
and Mr. Bllva, J. A. Ormsmly, Mls
Alice ormsndy. Mr. and Mrs. Laius
Nockle. Mr. and Mr. E. Kllworn,
Mr. Nash ami Miss Nah, all of Tort
I mid I J, rny. Mr. and Mrs. II. W.
Drew, of Tillamook. Or.; Mr. aixl nr.
Jamss hryden and Mls Hl.r, or l
Angsle. Cal l C. W. Hchn.Wer and n.
:clinl1r, ot AVheler, Or.l Mr. ami
Mr. H. W. Dr-, or Portland, who '
were recently msrriad. ere p.ln
thlr honeymoon at nutlook Inn Lak.
Mra Drew u Ml tirac Whtthou.
on of Ui SO tehrs who wr m r
rld immediately after th rlos of th
kabonla in Portland. II. W. Prtf I
principal of th Athena, Or., sohool.
Among in tnmj, rrirm mi
I..k Lytle Resr-n ar Mr. and Mr.
N'awton Clark, of Hood llvr, and Mr.
snd Mrs. rrsnk Hart, ot Portland, WUN
thtr pr'tly 1ushlr.
Ml My Knriuht. or rorii.no. n
moved Int her attractlv horn on th
Th bonfire parti nav iin. ni
a thr Is an unlimited supply er
drift weed t b had they will no doubt
b popular till season.