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THE SUNDAY OREGOXIAN,. PORTLAND, OCTOBER lO, 1915.
PROGRAMME ARRANGED FOR SESSION
OF MOTHERS' CONGRESS IN CORVALLIS
Debat Will Be Given on: "Shall We Have Military Training in the Schools?" Joseph Byers, President of
American Prison Association, Will Speak at Session October 25-28.
t--Tw ) 1 '---4 vm
r By F.BIIH KXIUHT HOLMES.
A DEBATE on "Shall We Have
Military Training in the Schools?"
an address by Joseph P. Byers, of
Philadelphia, president of the Ameri
can Prison Association; greetings and a
talk by Governor Withycombe. and
conferences on various topics will be
.virions the many attractions of the pro
srammi for tho state convention of the
Oregon Congress of Mothers that will
meet in Halem. October l'i to
The question of the presidency con
tinues to claim considerable attention.
"Mra. C. H. Castner nas many supporters
in Portland and throughout the state.
Her splendid work and systematic man
ner of handling the civic work of the
federation gained her recognition for
capability, club spirit and thorough
ness. TIioso who have so long hoped that
the next president would come from
soma town outside of Portland are ex
pressing great satisfaction at the can
didacy of tho woman from Hood River.
The -election will not come until the
last morning of the convention. At ths
same session the delegates to the bi
ennial In New York City will be chosen
and the invitations for the next state
convention will be received.
The complete programme follows: '
Tuesday morning s to 0:10. regietratlou
of delegates; 9:;tf. call to order: Invocation.
Rev. h. N. Aviar.n, of Salem: "America."
lei hy Ml .Minolta Muget-M. Mrs. W. 'H.
Jlurkhardt. accompanist; 0:4,",, report of lo
cal credentials committee: 10 o'clock, re.
ports of officers ana standing committees;
11:30. fraternal erecting, resolutions, an
nouncemei.la: noon, adjournment.
Tuesday iiftrnoon l :;:o to ', executive
session; 2, vocal eotc. Mrs. T. H. tialloway;
t:10, president's address,' airs. Sarah A.
Kvans; SSv. "Tho Flax Industry of Oregon,"
tiovernor Withyenmht;; ll;.-,.-,, "Book Prob
lems." Miss .Cornelia Marvin; . 3:f5, vocal
eolo. Mrs. T. Ottoman; y:ln. "The Uauo
Conference." Miss .Uraee Ie Graff; 3:i0,
"Shall We Have Military Training; in Our
KohOlls?" speakers to be announced later.
Tuesday nlglil 7-:4.j sharp, music, Mondav
lluslcal Club, Portland; 8:tS. 'The Duty nf
tho irtato to Its Delinquent and Defective."
Joseph p. Byurs. Philadelphia. f., presi
i4ut Anteriean Prisrm Association and exec
utive secretary National Committee for the
Care of th,- Feeble-Minded. Note It Is re
quested that the audience be prompt In as
ambling, a Mr. Byers has an important
message to give, and ta compelled to leave
tor ihe last the same night.
Vc.inesd morning 0: 10. call to order,
pafvi tie song by audience, minutes; 0:CO.
unfinished business, new business: chil
dren s hour, 10, "Tho Rlsshts or children,"
Mrs. Millie Trumbull; 10:13. "The Crippled
CMl:rcn." Mrs. P 1. Campbell; 10:30. "The
Chll.1 That .Should Never Have Peen Born,"
Mrs. Sarah A. Kvans; ll):4S, "Scholarship
L"an Fund." Mrs. Frederick EfCKert; 11:10
"(Hi' Stnto Vnlversity," Mrs. Georee Oer
jllnKcr: ll:2r. resolutions, announcementa;
J AVednsdy nfternoon 1 :SO to a, confer
ences. Hall of Representatives, "Civics, For-,
c.-try and Conservation," led by Mrs. C. H.
Cns'.ner, Mrs. A. H. Urevman, Mrs. A. King
tils.-n; room A, "KdiicaUon," led by Mrs.
V: 11. Pettincer: room B. "Home Kco
ttii'tnlcs." led by Mrs. William Fear; room O.
f l'ubiic Healtl'.." led by Mrs. Sadie Orr Pun
far; room I. "Art," led by Mrs. Alice Wels
ytof; J:3o, vocal solo, selected. Miss Barton;
ll' :40. "The Folly of Fashion." Miss Fannie
Olariey; 3:05. "Properly Hlchts of Women."
( Frank S Grant, late City Attorney of rort
J land; a:.-, vocal solo, selected; 4. "land
lrant and Waterways." g. P. I'utitHm. sec
retary to Governor Wlttrycombe; 4:jt. reso
lutlnns; 3. adjournment. j
Wednesday nlaht. preslilcnt'e 'night T:.10.
congregational slnelng. led by Miss MaeiTS.
Mrs. Bnrkhardl accompanist; club reports;
P. congregational singini:. club reports.
Thursday morning Cull to order, minutes.
unfinished business, new business; 10. final I
report Of resolutions committee; I0:4o, elec
tion of officers, election of delegates to 101ti
biennial, invitations for next state conven
tion, Installation of officers. "Blest Be the
Tie That J?.lndb." led by Miss Magers, an
Thursday afternoon 1:110, joint board
Contestants for the $50 in cash
rises offered by the Portland Ad Cluo
for the best sonaTs on loganberry juice,
written by school and university stu
dents of tho state, are not losing any
Although the announcement of tho
contest was made only last Sunday
through The Orrgronian. the first eonur
arrived in Monday's mail. Kvery day
since has brought its quota. They are
jgocxi songs, too. The contestants seem
to have entered into the spirit of tho
contest, which is part of a state-wide
campaign undertaken by the Ad Club
to advertise ami create National mar
kets for the important loganberry In
dustry. ' The contest has been broadened a
time to liiciuue not only me puouc
schools and universities, but private
schools and colleges as well. Thus
students at the Portland Academy ami
St. Mary's Academy, for example, and
at Ked College. Mount Angel College,
Pacific I'nlversity and other institu
tions not strictly public schools and
colleges, are eligible to compete.
The prixes offered arc $125 in cash
for tlia best song;. $75 in rash for tho
next best song anil $30 In cash for the
third best song submitted. The judtf
t.ip will be done by a committee of five
prominent educators, to be named later.
From present Indication there will
Ve enough songs to swamp this com
mittee. Consequently, there will be a
weetlingc-out process, the committee
first passing on all the songs and then
selecting those of greatest merit for i
musical tryout. at which they will loj
Mtiifr. Thl tryout will be held In tnc
i hnmbcr of Commerce rooms, probably
v ithin a week of the close of the con
test, on October 31.
The special Ad Club committee in
charare of this eoner contest and of
which iSeorae E. IVagtonsr is chair
man hopes to have additional prixes,
such as a suit Of clothes, for example.
offered by Portland merchants for ex
ceptionally stood sonirtt that do not
Cuite win the cash prizes.
In furtherance of the loganberry ad
vertising campaign, the committee alo
tope to get the Women's Christian
Temperance Union of Oregon to sug
gest loganberry juice as a fine substi
tute tor aJcoholic drinks on Its letter-
hearts. This, of itself, would be a bi:
factor In making the fame of the Ora
gon loganberry juice world wide.
"The number of songs that will be
submitted in this prixe contest is ee
timated all the way . up to 1000." said
Mr. Waggoner yesterday, "but. that
shouldn't discourage' any aspirant, be
cause lust a few lines with the proper
rhythm may carry off that $1-3 first
"Of course, it isn't necessary for con
testants to compose the music for U-.elr
songs, though we should like, to have
some, original musical compositions.
a'n-cl the songs don't have to be serious.
Parodies on any popular song will do.
TV should like to get some funny ones
too. If possible, the words should be
typewritten. In any event, they niusi
be plainly and legibly written, and- on
one side of the paper only.
"Many of the best singers and quar
tets in Portland will be selected to sin;
the songs and judged most meritorius
in the final tryout to be held at the
Chamber of Commerce on some even
ing nhortly after the close of the con
test, October 31. However, composers
may notify the committee if they wish
to select their own singers.
"Some of the songs entered have not
borne the school and age of the co
testahts. This rule must be observed.
"Every newspaper in the state, som
200. has received from the commiltea
a reprint of the announcement of the
contest appearing in last Sunday's
Oregonian. Some bright versifier Tar
back in the unsettled parts of the state
may win the prize.
"The committee advises all contest
ants to drink loganberry juice. It will
"The songs should be sent either to
the Portland Ad Club, Multnomah'
Hotel. Portland, Or., or to CJeorge K.
Waggoner, song committee, 805 Yeon
i building. Portland, Or."
Mount Tabor School to Gives
Exhibit Work Thursday.
Parent-Teacher Association to Hsrt
Programme at Which Habbl Wine
and J. I,. lvercher Will Speak.
THE -Parent-Teacher Association of
tho Mount Tabor School wilt hold
its regular monthly business, meeting
Thursday at 2:30 o'clock. The speaker
for the afternoon will be J. V. Kerchen,
supervisor of manual training in the
city sohools. There will be a short
programme also by the children from
the rooms of Misses O'Brien, Hurd,
Dobie and Stacy.
At night another meeting will be held
in the school assembly hall, addressed
by ltabbi Jonah Wise with a short pro
gramme of music and reading. Lr.
Wise will speak of "The Moral Effect
of the Employed Leisure Hour." An ex
hibit of articles made by the school
children during leisure hours will be
open lo all during both afternoon and
The committee members In charge of
tho exhibit are Principal W. M. Miller,
the teachers. Mrs. E. A. MePherson, Mrs.
A. H. Wright, Mrs. Emma Ott. Mrs.
Onne Jurva. Mrs. C. C. Miller, Mrs. D.
1 Cappa. Mrs. Finch, Mrs. Hayes. Mrs.
Pierce, Mrs. Wells and Mrs. W. E.
Chase. The programme committee con
sists of Mrs. J, M. iShort and Misses
Emma Sturchlcr and Emma tobie.
The tHate Woman's Press Club held
its second meeting of the calendar year
Wednesday night at its headquarters,
Room A, Central Library. The first
part Of the evening was devoted to club
business and the delegates were elected
to attend the convention of Federated
Women's Clubs at yalem, October -4 to
26. The president. Mrs. Martha Pull
man French. 'and Miss Jessie Hammond
were the chosen delegates, and Mrs. T.
L. T. Hoppc and Mrs. Helen I. Tomlin
son were elected alternates.
Mrs. French. the president, said:
"Let us have your suggestions for tbe
broadening out and bettering of our
club. Let us have your criticisms, for
kindly criticism is a help. It' you think
the old regime has been 'disturbed,
let me remind you that change is the
law of progress and progress is born
of experience. Rule out the word 'ex
clusive and adopt the word 'inclu
The subject for discussion was "Ad
Writing" and the speaker of the even
ing was A. G. Clark, past president of
the Portland Ad Club and of the Pa
cific Ad Association. Mr. Clark's sub
ject was "Truthful Advertising," and
his address was characteristically
forceful, agsresslve and bristling with
pithy, humorous remarks. He
of the "woman bargain-hunter." out
said that he "had yet to find tho wom
an who wanted a cheap man." In com
menting upon an article upon "how to
lie when asleep," ho said: "I didn't
read it. What t am interested in is
how to tell the truth when awake.
Tho best ability -Is reliability. Any-
kind of a lie is a liability and the truth
is always an asset." Price cutting
methods of advertising, patent medi
cine ads and misrepresentations of all
kinds were brought to the attention
of the club, the speaker laying stress
upon the fact that, SO per cent of the
retail advertising being addressed to
women, it Is through their co-operation
that a change of conditions must be
brought about. ,
- The programme was completed by a
song by Miss Jessie Hammond, "Tho
Song of the Sea," and an instrumental
selection. "Evening .Song," by Mis
Alys Pullman French. Miss Hammond
was the chairman of the evening.
Chapter C, P. E. O., will be enter
tained by Mrs. E. G. Titus at her home,
635 Tillamook street, Friday at 2
o'clock. Mrs. Florence Belle Crawford,
the-guest of honor, wilt give a talk
on "Individuality." Miss Katherine
Davis, soprano; Mrs. Chris O'Day. con
tralto, and Mrs. Carrie R. Beaumont,
accompanist, will assist. The answer
to rollcall will bo quotations from
The Ladies' Aid Socielv of the First
Congregational Church Ir ad the distinc
tion of holding one of the most brilliant
and beautirui functions of the week.
Their harvest luncheon on Wednesday
in the church parlors was attended by
more ' than 180 women. The rooms
were decorated in artistic fashion by an
able committee headed, by"" Mrs. A.
Staiger and. Miss ..Avery. . .
- The decorutions consisted . of vine
maple, arranged in festoons draped
.from, diagonal corners of the ceiling
and caught up in the center by an im
mense basket of brilliant Autumn
foliage: baskets of- the same being
suspended from the arches between the
several parlors and dinlrig-room. with
masses on platform and tables in cor
ner spaces. The committee on arrange
ment and adornment of the tables:
Mesdames John Archer Bell. Herbert
G. Colton Frederick s. Belcher, W. F.
Norman, Luther H. Hamilton. Gwilym
Jones, Charles D. Lownsdale and
Augustus B. Bailey.
Committee on menu: Mesdames W.
B. Knapp, H. H. Ndrthup, G. W.
N'othnagle; Alva r. Walker, J. A. Bell,
H. G. Colton, C..K. jClaggett and A.
Tho serving committee: Mrs. Uyott.
chairman, with Miss Adele Dyott and
Miss Margaret Bates vice-chairman, as
sisted by Mesdames Lawrence Bowlby,
Arthur Cole, Loyal McCarthy, William
McCorkle and Misses Helen Bates. Nel
Tucker, Dora Tucker. Delia Griswold."
catnarine Griswold, Louise Cecil. Dora
Walton. Mary Merrill, Mildred Brough
ton. Catharine Bowlby, Emma Albrecht,
Sadie Arey and Carla Haynes.
Mrs. Julia Marquam gave a talk on
"Peace" which was received with ap
preciation. She presented several new
suggestions regarding the attitude of
the public mind toward military train
ing. Mrs. Clara Waldo spoke eloquent
ly. Her subject was "Tho Next btep
Forward for Women."
Mrs. W. E. Mcllhenhy. president, gave
a short and cordial welcoming speech.
Mrs. Frederick Eggert, who was In
charge of the programme, presented a
short history of tho society and tol&
of its many ' accomplishments as a
power for good In the community. The
music was of a high order. Mrs. Uel
phlne Marx sang and Miss Frances
Gill played a violin solo. The accom
panists were Mrs. Elsie Bond Bischoff
and Miss Bowlby.
The tables were arranged in "swas
tika" form and were adorned with Au
tumn foliage and immense pumpkins
filled with a bounteous supply of
grapes. apples and other colorful
fruits of the harvest season.
-' - e : e '
The executive board of Central Wom
en's ChrHtian Temperance Union will
meet Monday at 1:S0 o'clock in tho Li
brary. All members are asked to at
tend. Miss Emma GriebCI presided at . the
recent meeting of the Collegiate Alum
nae at the home of Mrs. J. B. Kerr.
Miss Griebel Is president of the asso
ciation, ton is a member also of th
Portland Education Association. Is
head of a department in the Lincoln
High School and Is a general favorite
among students and educators.
In the Neighborhood House con
ducted bv tht, Council of Jewish
Women, the classes 1n sewing are un
der the direction of Mrs. Pen Belling.
The dressmaking class is conducted by
Miss Itegina Schechtman, who is de
cidedly clever with the needle and
knows bow to Inspire her pupils. 'Miss
S&phie Blumauer directs the cooking
classes and the gymnasium is in charge
of Robert Krohn.
Centra 1-Kast Parent-Teacher Asso
ciation he'd its opening meeting ' in
Central Assembly Hall Thursday at 3
o'clock. Tho fourth-grade children
gave a cicver fvlk dance. Principal
Van Tine gave an address and Mrs.
Alva Lee Stephens spoke.
"Child Welfare" was discussed, by
Judge Cleeton on Thursday at the
meeting of the Women's Civic Welfare
Club. "My only hope lies in the public
schools to teacn the boys moral con
sciousness and also their relation In
society to others." said the Judge.
The delegates to the state contention
to be held In Salem October 35 to IS
will be elected next Thursday. Miss
Margaret E. S. Fee will be the speaker
What Shall We Do With Our Girls?"
will be the topic. Miss Fee is a promi
nent Eastern educator.
Tho Tuesday Afternoon Club held a
luncheon Tuesday in the home of Mrs.
G. A. Johnson. Owing to the illness
of the new president. Mrs. Robert
Smith, the new vice-president, Mrs.
G. I. Stahl. presided. Miss Grace Amos
gave an interesting talk. Mrs. G. W.
Tabler and Mrs. A. J. Stiles gave short.
addresses. The club will meet at the
home of Miss Amos, 853 Hawthorne
avenue, October 12.
Tho Khakespeare department of the
Portland Woman's Club will meet in
the committee-room. Women of AVood
craft Hall. Tuesday at 3 o'clock. "King
Lear" will be the topic.
Alhoha Psychology Club was-organized
on Tuesday, with Dr. Lora H. Dia
mond - as president and Miss Mildred
Kini; as secretary.
The Ladies' Aid of Epworth Metho
dist Church held the last meeting of
the year Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. Charles Snodgrass. 865 Vaughn
street. Reports of the year's work
were read, officers were elected and
committees appointed for the ensuing
Officers elected were: President, Mrs.
A. W. Mills: vice-president, Mrs. IX.
Young; secretary, Mrs. James 6nod
grass; treasurer. Mrs. Clara Young;
committee to visit sick. Mrs. Clara
Fisher, Mrs. Edward Fisher and Mrs.
Clara Young; committee to visit stran
gers, Mrs. L. Young, Mrs. R. W. llen
dershot and Miss Maggie Collier,
The Alberta Woman's Improvement
Club Tuesdsy evening favored a high
school building for the section and
raMsed a committee, to confer with like
committees from all tho clubs and Parent-Teacher
circles in the vicinity as
to location. The club Is making a de
termined effort with tho City Council
to get a fund in the budget for a fire
house. H. 13. Falrchlld spoke on his plan for
a junior agricultural college and trade
school for orphan and needy boys. C.
M. Remey and George Latimer- also
Tuesday night tho delegates will bo
selected to go to tho State Federation
of Woman's Clubs, after which the time
will bo devoted to current events. A
full altendanco is desired. The club
will meet at the home of Mrs. Josephine
R. Sharp. 103" Bast Twenty-fourth
Miss Mildred Rutherford, of Athena.
Oa historian general of the Daughters
of the Confederacy, will bo in Portland
October J. and she will be entertained
at a luncheon at the Hotel Multnomah
with the local chapter of daughters as
her hostesses. In the evening Miss
Rutherford will give her famous
ture. "The Houlh of Yesterday." She
will appear In the ball room of the
hotel. The proceeds of tho lecture w-i!i
go toward philanthropic work. The
Daughters of the Confederacy care for
needy cases among the Confederate
veterans and do a vast amount of good
Mrs. A. H. Breyman has called a
meeting of the President's Club for
Wednesday at noon in the Young
Women's Christian Association dining
room, where luncheon will be served.
Business of great importance to the
federation will be discussed, and it- is
imperative that every club president
The Woman's Club of Seaside w-ill
start their third year this week.' The
regular meeting will be held in the
"rest room," Tuesday, October 12. The
topic for study will bo "Our City Gov
ernment and Coming Election." The
annual banquet will be held in the
Knights' of Pythias Hall on October H.
when tha officers for the year will be
installed and the programmes for the
Winter's work will be announced. The
year books. are now on the press and
will be ready for distribution at the
. . . .
Peninsula' fe'ehoCI will open its-community
center with- a reception in the
schoolhouse on Thursday night. Young
and old will be welcome. Mrs. Ritchie,
the chairman of this committee. -is plan
ning a good time for all who will come
Junior Exhibitions in Schools
Displays in Home Work Will Be
Made lis Woodlavrn Wednesday.
JUNIOR exhibitions in all tho public
schools are attracting the attention
of pupils, teachers and parents. Work
done by the children is shown and
found full of merit. On Wednesday
afternoon there will be a junior exhibi
tion at Woodlawn school.
ivianuai naming, domestic science
and domestic art, done at home, will
be shown. The children will give an
att-actlve programme of songs and
club drills. The smaller tots will give
a nine piuy. A snort business session
of the Parent-Teacher Association will
A meetlnft of Keriiwood Parent
Teacher Association win be held In
rcrnwood school. Tuesday niirht at 8
O'clock. A reception to I'rinciiial l'rey
and Mrs. Frey will be a feature-of the
evening. Dr. Anna tron,T will speak.
Refreshments will be served and a so
cial time enjoyed. All residents of
the district are invited.
a ' .
The Business Girls' Club of the First
Congregational Church will hold the
regular meeting- Tuesday at 7:15 P. M.
In tho church committee-room. The
speakers will be Miss Butler, on "The
Activities of the Juvenile Court." and
Miss Martha Randall, on "The Work ot
the Women's I'rotectlve Division of the
Municipal Court." A eordial invitation
Is extended to all younir business worn
en of the church and congregation.
Many affairs of interest are clalmlnar
the attention of the Grade Teachers' As
sociation. Among them are a course
In Kpanish to be taupht by Mr. Gear
harl at the Public Llbrarv on Friday
sfternooris. and a class In physical cul
ture, led by Miss Oeorg-ia W ey, on Tues
day afternoons at Chrlstensen s Hall.
. Flans for a weekly hiking club are
The Woman's Club of Aurora enter-
talned hospitably on v eanesday wueu
Mrs. Alice Welster. chairman of the
art department or the clubs, was the
honored truest and save an inspiring
address. Her tople was "Practical Ap
plication of Psychology." The club
fomn were beautifully decorated, pre
senting an appearance of fairyland.
The Aurora women have set a line ex
ample of pros-resslveness by obtaining
their own club quarters.
Mrs. Osr presided, and several at
tractive numbers added to the pleas
ure of the afternoon's programme.
Prior to the meeting Mrs. Welster was
entertained al a luncheon at the home
of Mrs. Sadler. One of the members,
who has a pretty country place at
Aurora. Mrs. Weistor was cordially
received bs the club and by the teach
ers who came in for the meeting. 6he
bad Just completed nor work at Salem,
where the was in charge of the art
department at the fair.
Iadd School will hold its junior ex
hibition on Thursday afternoon. At
3:30 o'clock the Parent-Teacher circle
will meet. '
The psyeholog-y department of the
Portland Woman's- Club will meet on
the second and fourth Thursdays ot
every month at 5 P. M. lr the Women
of Woodcraft Hall. Mrs. Florence
Crawford U1 deliver tbe lectures,
DIEECTOEY QF PORTLAND
505 Ellers Bids.
Mrs. AliceBrown Marshall's
School Piano Playing
414 Stearns BldC Opposite Postof flee
Tues., Wed., Fri. and Sat.
Hours 10 to 12 and 2 to 4 P.M.
Residence Studio, 1430 Alameda Drive,
Monday ana Thursday.
Phone Tabor 3.T6.
Mrs Marshall played at World's
Fair In Chicago and was awarded
'Medal of Honor" by Theodora
Thomas, and before National Fed
eration ot Musio Clubs at tfu Louis
Teacher of Singing-
51 Cornell Road
Main 3.7 f
409 Sherman-Clay Bldgr.
For appointments phone Tabor 3296
between 9 and 10 A. M-
M. A. GOODNOUGH
Available as Accompanist.
Ao. 40 Uast Washington St.. or S01
Columbia Bids. (Tharadajs).
Phono East 721.
JASPER DEAN MACFALL
, Vocal lastraetlos.
S03-4 Xtoysl Aunss; park ana Morrison,
rbuna Main ilOT.
Piano. Volet and Harmony. .
MlisS F. BARRETT, Auiiclaiv.
Seventh Portland Season,
Phone Main :'.744.
ARTHUR VON JESSE
Pupil of Fritni Urt and Itoyal Con
servatory ot topcnoilBn.
- Teacher of Piano. '
40i Eilcrs Bulldlm. Main '."JStt.
which will cover a course in "Self-
Kxpression." the topics of the various
lectures beinic as follows.
Thi Ijawia .cf Consciousness, lne
Unfai'iniT Law.'-' "The t-'elr' Within and
th t?elf Without," "The Place of
Power." "Visualization." ".Self-Respon
sibility" and "Realization."
Mrs; Crawford will give ono ot mese
lectures on the fourth Thursday of
each lnont-li. while the second Thurs-
dov will be devoted to self-expression
by the members of the class, the plan
being to have a different leader for
each drjv. Emerson's essay ui "Self-
Reliance" will be used as a basis lor
this work. It Is hoped that all club
members who are Interested In this line
of work will attend this department.
Mrs. C. B. Simmons Is chairman.
The Portland Psychoiosty Club will
meet Thursday. October 14, at 2 o'clock
In the story-hour room. Central LI
brary. A full attendance is desired.
One of tho main features or the ar
ternoun will be a talk by K. H. Remey
on "The Eleven orcat frincipies. ioi
lowed by a discussion of Emerson's
essay on Compensation. The lesson for
study during the following week will
be niven out also.
Those not having procured copies of
the new year book may do so at this
The members of the executive board
are earnestly requested by the presi
dent. Mrs. Alva Lee Stephens, to meet
in the tame room at 1 o'clock.
The report of the Neighborhood House
committee, given by Mrs. S. M- Blu
mauer, chairman, at the meetinsT of
tbe Council of Jewish Women on
Wednesday, told of excellent work done
In the settlement. The departments
have all done well and the work has
takn on a new impetus for the Fall.
Among the distinguished visitors at
th Neighborhood House this Hummer,
anil who spoke highly of the work and
of all connected with It. were Miss
SummerrielU, of the Clara OeHirscb
Home: Miss Rosenberg-, of the Otrls'
Home, New York: Miss Betty Ash, of
the Telea-rsph Hill settlement, of Pan
Francisco, and Mrs. Joseph l'els. The
dental clinic has been a popular ac
quisition for the district.
Mrs. Gustav Simon, who has been
treasurer for to years, resigned, as she
Is plannins to leave th city, and Mrs.
Charles lvohn was elected to the office.
Mrs. Isaac Swetta address was i
pleta 'With practical suggestions, and
stave due praise to her coworkers.
Teas will be riven this Fall and
Winter for tha benefit ot tho Neighbor.
Miss Kmily Soils-Cohen, a visitor
from Philadelphia, gave ara outline of
work done In the East. Mrs. Herbert
Oarr Reed contributed clever readings.
The social hour was presided over by
Miss Ella Hirsch.
'Baby Day' Planned by Glen
"Doll Fair Villi He Preaeateal as
Part of Pnwrimm Arrnojyd for
Meeting ext Taeoday.
PLAN'S have been completed for a
Baby day at tho next meeting o(
Olencoe Parent-Teacher Circle, Tues
day. 2:30 P. M.
."The Doll Fair" will be presented by
sevtn little girls under th direction
of Miss Steluroetz and Miss Oleger.
A demonstration of the modification
or milk for different ages and condi
tions, by Mrs. J. JL. Sncad. will be tol
lowcd by an address by Mrs. WV -J
Hawkins, nhoe interest in the wel
fare of children Is well known.
T!;e United States Qovernment has
issued a number of pamphlets on the
care of infants, and an opportunity to
obtain these will be riven to those
who desire them.
Mrs. Newton, the president, has also
meeting that parents may. at this
meeting, register children from six
months to four years of age for a
eugeo'.c tett at the parents' educational
Tho Forestry Association met last
Monday at the home of Mrs. A. H
Breyman on PorUanS Heights. The
study of Oregon birds, with Mrs, J. C.
Pritchard as chairman, was the pro
gramme. Mrs. Morton Duty read from
LEONORA. FISHER WHIPP
Plaao ad Orgaau
Phoaesr Main S790. Marshall SOW.
The Boone Studio
New location. Christensen's Hall,
169 Eleventh Street.
Phone Marshall 10G2
Misa Vera Kitchen, winner of the
Western Division In the prize piano
contest arranged by the National
Federation ot Muslo Clubs at Los
Angeles, is a pupil of William ft.
Announces the New Location of Her
Bl Kllera Bid sr. Mala SOT.
Kffa skills. Key-hoard Hanaonf.
riA-o. nrE okga. violin
Local Representative- of -'Hoyal Academy
, of Music London, tttis-land.
Resideace studio, (M Vlala Aveaue.
ART OK SINGI7VO
tenor of International reputation.
r"lrt monthly student's recital in
studio. Sherman-Clay I'ldg.. Thurs
day. Oct. 1. 3 to 4. Invitation on
application to Mr. Taglieri.
PORTLAND ORATORIO SOCIETY
Rehearsals Tuesday, 8 P. M.
Room 616 Eilers Bldg.
E. Maldwyn Evans, Director.
St.' W. '. SCHOOL, or Ml SIC AMD ART,
A coinplnle muBl-ai education is given.
Parvlna Harmony Diagram. .V key in that
stiHly. icucliara and students uetd It.
. M. 1'arvln. Mil. Doc.,
16.M-. ih ft. Tav-nr
MRS. ELSIE BOND BISCHOFF
10 fcilers Bulletins.
pboms Marshall Sis. '
Finley's book on "Birds Wc See
Every na.v,-rani a discussion - of the
habits of Oregon birds followed.
A social hour dosed tiie atternoon
ar.d it was decided lo meet in -the Cen
tra! I-ibrary on October is and -conclude
the Audubon b'.rd picture?. -
Miss Statter will give the talks on
Audubon's water bird-fjicturcs. Mrs.
Thomas Moffitt will talk on tiie curat
birds of Oregon.
After two years devoted to historical
subjects, the Mount Scott Mental Cul
ture Club announces as its topic for th
years work "Literary Olimpses of the
British Is1ih." The first regular study
meeting will b held October K with
an interesting programme on "Merrte
England." "th Land of Heather." "the
Isi of Shamrock" and "Little Wales.
the Land of Romance," will b studied
in turn, and in connection witb the pro
grammes of the year four teas will be
given, typifying the customs of the dif
ferent countries studied.
Following are the programmes for
the year's work:
October j.i Hoetess. Mrs. t. woolworth.
Trip through England. Homes of lr.glsnU.
DleKens characters. Poem, by ordswnrth.
November 5 Hostess. Mra. Mary Kli-n-
burn. Old Elirllsh ballads. Crnnford. "The
Country House." National air. tSnjsllsli lea.
ovemhr IS Hoatens. Mrs. J. J. Hanu-
taker. "Ensllsh Cltl-e." "Dawn of a To
morrow." RngliKii Cnthertrala." Music.
December Hostee. Mrs, o. 1C. Hitch
ing. "George EMot Day." KelltrlouK und so
cial qut-stlona. "Mill on the Floi-s." 1'oetry.
December - Mrs. jaiues r. i-tugg:us.
"Bernard Hhiw Day.
Mr. Belle V. Cher.
"Man and Super
"Andruclea and tnc
January Hoatesf. Mrs. Willium Wood
ham. Red letter day.
February 4 Hot-tea. Mra. Randall How
ard. Roll call. Facta snout Scotland, life
and cu-iumH. "Little Minister. "Auld
K.ihruar, IS Hosier---. 24m. H. Br.Hlia
CJroup of Scotch aonpu. "Bnnnla Rrier
Bush." "Cotter's Saturday Night.". Maalc.
Maroh r, scotcn tea.
March 3 Hotues. Mrs. Klton Shaw. "An
hala of a Wuiet Neighborhood." Poem,
Burns. "Clsn. of Scotland." Scotch airs.
March 17 -Horitesa. Mrs. Georffe E. stoner.
Sona. "How Ireland Cot It Name."
"Through Ireland In a Jaunting Car." '-Blls
or shannon." song. siutner Mai-nree.-- iou
call. Irliih anecdote. "Tay-Drinkln."
Anrll 7 Hotttu. Mra. Jean MoLooey.
"Youraeir and too Neighbors." Song. "Lore
of lrel.no " sonc. "R her Shannon.
April al Hoaleaa. Mra. F. R. I.cltoif.
"lrlli Women of Note." "The Laiy of tin
Chimney Corner." Irian folk lore. Mulc.
My 3 Hostess. Mrs. C. K. I-tutt-.-rs.
"Mannera and Cuatoms." "Tto; al f'aetlea and
I'alaceei." "Through T elvh Doorwaya.
Welch folk lore.
May It lloaieas. Mrs. Janet Ueaell. Lec
June " Home. Mra. K. L. Doran.
atailatlon of officers. Social hour.
Tho r.ew officers for the j ear aie as fol
lows: President. Mrs. .1. J. liandaalier;
first vlce-nreldent. Mrs. Jtinea K. Hnpei
peconfl vicc-prcalnent. Mr. Sheldon I-.
recorolng secretary. Mr. K. I.. Doran: cor
rccoondlnc secr-tsrj. Mra. F. R. 1-eRoy;
treasurer. Mr. C K Butlers: director., Mra.
Sadie Orr-Dunbar. Mr. D wooiworth. Mrs.
is. V'. tiloner; honorary member. MUa K.
K. Bills, Mrs. earah A. Evani.
Th regular meeting of the board
at the Monday Musical Club was held
Wednesday morning, on account of the
reception coming on Monday. Reg"ular
routine business was trausacted. Miss
Florence Sullenberg was selected as
teacher of the language class. The
hour and place of meeting of these
classes will be announced later. Mr.
Becker will meet the sight reading
class and chorus at Eilers recital hall
on Friday mornings at 11 o clock, the
advanced harmony at 1 -.3 beginners
In harmony at 1:10 the same day.
The first federation study day will
b tomorrow at P. M. In the assembly-
room of the Multnomah Hotel. Mrs.
Herman A. Hoppner will have charge
of the le.-son for the day. All members
of the club are urged to be present, as
this work will be interesting and the
outline will be fully explained
Kenton Parent-Teacher Association
will meet Wednesday night at S o'clock,
when Dr. Anna Mroug will tpeaK on
th "Back to the Home" movement. An
exhibition of the work done, by the
school children will be an attract!
feature. Ail mothers and fathers and
others lnteretiVd are invited.
Ockley lireen Parent-Teacher Circle
will hold Us regular meeting Thursday
afternoon. October 14. at 2:50 o'clock.
An excellent musical prrrammo has
been arranges! by Mrs. Walter Hopkins,
Professor Whitney will dijeutii the .!-
Phono Maid 0300.
1" Douglas Place.
Applications Received Drrnet '
A. .M. and 1 l M.
Daniel H. Wilson
Piano and Harmony
Studio 601 Eilers Building.
Phone Broadway 1091.
Mrs. Edward Alden Beals
TEACHER OK VOICE
Tone Prodactloa and Repertoire.
A limited number or pupils will be
STUDIO 731 KKARNEY
Fhonr Main 243.
In the Eilers Building
R. H. Kaltz
XII K MVMCIANS Tt-Nfctt
"Mr. Kalts in an xp?rt tn piano
tuning- and wo take pleasure In
BENEDICTINE fc INTERS.
bibrUBB--Lu--n Mu-k .
10 Fourth St.
New successful method by
native of Berlin.
Caroline bhmdler Ruland
VVIl'K AM piao
ait Kllors Bids.
T-jpll Trabu'tclo Bou.-ceols. Carelll and
viability or purchasing available prop
erty for the erection of a junior hisrli
school. Mrs. Oeorse Mc.Muth. candi
date for president of the Mothers' Con
gress, will be present. Mrs. L. 1. Fer
guson. chNirman of the "Buck to the
Home" department, and her committer.
Mrs. II. A. Collins. Mrs. C O. Howell.
Mrs. U II. Pauley. Mrs. King. Mrs. W.
M. Caudy. Mrs?. Hancock, will be In
charge of the- Juvenile exhihits. which
will be on dij!ay at this time.
Willamette Chapter, Daughters of the
American Revolution, will meet with
Mr. K. K. Scott. 760 East Twenty-
seventh street North. Wednesday at
The Mothers'. Club of Albino, whicii
meets on alternate Wednesdays In tho
Albina branch of the PeoDle-'s Institute -
has been doing excellent work this
season. Mrs. James Gillespie is presi
dent. At the last meeting Miss Valen
tino Prichard and Mrs. B. H. Tate were
the speakers. Miss Nina Joy sang.
Dainty refreshments were served.
The clubwomen of Colorado are put
ting on one of the most gigantic ad
vertising features ever produced In the
nest The Idea is a unique one. and
every firm of consequence In the United
States and possessions is asked to par
ticipate in the exhibit and sale of sam
ples. While tho aftair is put on under
the -simple title ot a "sample sale." all
manufacturers, all wholesale or retail
companies have the privilege of dis
playing thuir wares in Denver's great
mumcipr.1 Auditorium by simply donat
ing to the club-.vonieii the article which
the firm wishes to advertise.
The women do not ask charity, but
expect mutual beuents from their en
All contributions will be placed in
section designated for tho stale front
w-hich It comes, and women who are
from that particular state will ha e
charare of the exhibit.
The women will compete in collect
ing the exhibits displayed from their
respective states, uud they expect to
make tills big advertising anterprisc
not only help their own state, but be a
boost for National prosperity.
omen who havn an article they
particularly wish advertised or placed
Derore the western puollu are asked
to write to the president of the Colo
rado Federation of Women's Clubs.
Woman's Club building. Deliver.
The opening will be Merchant.' night.
The goods will be displayed and all
merchants invited to view tho exhibi
tion. Each day and night will bring
forth new features and attractions.
One booth will be tilled by gifts trout
club women of America.
The Colorado women say they ex
pect every kind of commodity, auto
mobiles, machinery, livestock, food
stuffs, down to fancy aprons, or a paper
of pins. Colorado clubwomen bavo
set the time for the sale In October,
the place in the largest auditorium in
the I'nited States, and they have the
ability to maka It a succcst.
Each state can take some praise to
Itself for the executive ability and ie
termination Of Colorado's women. Last
year they built in the City of Denver
a gymnasium und recreation rooms for
working girls. The proceeds from tho .
sale will be placed in n fund, and only
the interest will be used to further Ihc
philanthropic and welfare work of the
cHate Federation of Women's Clubs.
Every club in the Cnilcd States is
asked to send something representa
tive of its club, as there Is to be also
a National clubwomen's booth In Den
ver's Auditorium, and all the women
of America are asked to send contribu
tions. a a a
One of the banner clubs of tbe state
Is that Greater Medford Club, and It
is anticipated that at the comina: con
vention theirs will be an Interesting
report. Tho president's reports will
all of necessity be short, and the wise
president will be she who can say a
vast amount In a few words.
Charles Mason Remey will spea.'t on
Friday niht al th Self Culture Club,
which will meet at the home of tho
president. Mrs. R. R. Hohr, i"6 East
The Portland Study Club will hold
the first meeting; of the year witli Nirs.
F. O. i-eaton. iT5 East Forty-sixth
street North, hostess. Monday thev
w ill take up tho stud:' of "ScHndina in."