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Miss Violet Bowlby entertained a
few of her friends with a luncheon on
The ladles of the St. Marre Cath
olic church gave one of their enjoy
able card part lee on Tuesday evening
In their ball on Grand avenue. The
prize winners in the came of whist
were Mrs. Kelly, Mr. Moorhan, Mrs.
Reran and Mr. Brunold.
Miss Alice Gray entertained a force
number of her friends on Saturday
afternoon at her home on Grand ave
nue. Those present enjoyed themselves
playing, progressive hearts, at which
Miss Nellie UUIngr and Miss Anna
Campbell were the fortunate contest'
Miss Elizabeth Kopp, who moved
with her parents from this city to
Bozeman, Mont., two years ago, was
married to Mr. William Haley of that
city on Tuesday, June 28, and from
the accounts of the affair in the Bote
man papers the event was one of the
most elaborate weddings that has
taken place In that city. Father
O'Brien conducted the wedding cere
mony, which took place at the home
of the bride's parents In the presence
of a few friends and the relatives of
the bride and groom. The parlor was
decorated with yellow roses, while the
other rooms were decorated in white
and green. The bride was dressed In
a handsome gown of cream voile over
silk and carried bride roses. Miss
Ethel Palmer was the maid of honor
and wore a pretty gown of pale blue
moussellne de sole. She carried white
carnations. The Misses Lena, Hattie
and Anna Kopp were bridesmaids. Mr.
i nomas imko was the best man.
Promptly at 2 o'clock. Miss Ida Kountz
started Lohengrin's beautiful wedding
march on a piano which was a gift
from the bride's father. The bridal
party marched to the sitting-room,
where the ceremony was 'performed
under a large bell made by forget-me-
nots and green leaves. Many hand
some and costly presents were receiv
ed. A reception was held from 2 until
S o'clock, during which time a large
number of friends called to offer con
gratulations. Mr. and Mrs. Haley
went to Hunter's Hot Springs for their
A very pretty linen shower was
given by Miss Sadie Craug on Wed
nesday afternoon in honor of Miss
Lottie Bennett at the home of Mrs.
George H. George on Irving avenue.
The rooms throughout the stately res
idence were decorated in white and
pink roses. Progressive euchre was
the game, provided for the amusement
of those present and Mrs. Thing won
the prize, which was a cut glass vase.
In the dining room the refreshment
table was elaborately decorated in
white and green. A beautiful wedding
bell made of white roses hung over
an imitation wedding cake, which
formed the centerpiece, the caka be
ing fllled with miniature photos of
Miss Bennett and Mr, Bell, which
were the favors and had pale green
ribbons fastened to them which ex
tended to the place cards, which had
wed ling bells in hand painting on
them. Miss Bennett and Mr. Bell are
to be married in August at Gearheart
Park. Those who enjoyed Miss
Crangs hospitality were the Misses
Hlggine, Bowlby,, Bennett, Elmore,
Halstead, Hobson, Tallant, Sherman,
Toung and Hellborn, and Mesdames
McConnell, Hellborn, Carruthers,
Reames, Tallant, Marrs, Shields, Thing
One of the most elaborate and en
joyable teas of the season was given
by Mrs. Martin Foari on Thursday
afternoon for a large number of her
friends. The hall and rooms through
out the Foard residence on Seven
teenth street were beautifully decor
ated with red, white and pink roses.
Those present spent a pleasant after
noon playing six-handed euchre, Mrs.
Henry McGowan, Mrs. X A. Fulton
and Mrs. H. F. Prael being the prize
winners. Mrs. Foard was assisted by
the Misses Frances Thomas, Foard,
Peterson of San Francisco andThain
qulst of Tacoma and the Mesdames
Logan, Lounsberry and HUdebrand,
while those present were:
Mesdames G. W. Sanborn, G. II.
George, C. W. Fulton, R. Barth, N. P.
Sorenson, J. H. Smith, P. L. Cherry,
T. Byrle, F. Patton, F. L. Parker, R.
W. Welch, N. A. Marrs, R. E. Car
ruthers; C. M. Celler, J. II. D. Gray.
J. E. Ferguson, E. Z. Ferguson, J. N.
Griffin. H. D. Thing, A. Dunbar, G. W.
Lounsberry, F. H. Prael, R, G. Prael,
F. Prael, W. F. McGregor, F. Barker.
W. H. Barker, S. Maddock, J. T. Calla
way, Stanyan, H. Allen, A. V. Allen,
C. B. Allen, Newman, J. A. Fulton, A.
L. Fulton, G. C. Fulton, H. G. Van
Dusen, B. Van Dusen, Caroline Van
Dusen, J. E. Hlgglns, C. 3. Trenchard,
W. A. Stlne, W. O. Wilkinson. C. S.
Brown. R. J. Pllkington, D. Stewart,
A. J. Taylor, G. Reed, H. Christensen,
A. A. Finch, F. D. Kuettner, McCon
nell, M. Hawthorn, Clay of San Fran
cisco; W. L. Robb, S. Adair, W. Car
nahan, Chas. Rogers, Otto Hellborn,
F. A. Hyland, Geo. Nelson, W. W.
RJdehalgh, H. O. McGowan, C. A.
Coolldge, E. R. Hawes, M. M. Gllman,
Gust Holmes, C. L. Houston, J. Tut-
tle, Coyle, K. Osborn, C. R. Thomp
son, Henry Smith, George ' Colwell
Wm. McCormlck, Charles A. Hell
born, W. E. Broadwater, W. E. Tal
lant, E. W. Tallant, W. E. Schlmpff.
Brooks, E. F. Thayer, C. P. Upshur,
. E. Gratke, D. Morgan, A. W. Berry,
N. Troyer, F. P. Kendall. H. H. NeaJ,
A. Steinmets, B. L. Ward, T. S. Kean,
E. P. Ferchen, R. B. Dyer. Ella Sharp
stlne, F. N. McCormlck, McCormlck,
W. A. Sherman;, Geo. Allen; Misses
Alma Holmes, Eva Holmes, Llonber
ger and Sadie Crang.
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GRAND ARMY DELEGATES
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COTTAGE CURTAINS In blue and white, green and white and
pink and white; these are the latest creations for bedroom, sitting-room
or dining-room, at a pair... 11.25, 11.60, $1.75, $2.50, $3.00
ORIENTAL TAPESTRY CURTAINS In new rich patterns and
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Boston, July 2. (Special Corre
spondencesAs the Grand Army en
campment time approaches, the work
of the executive committee continues
to absorb more and more of the time
and atentlon of Its members. This is
true, also, of all the sub-committees.
A great effort is being made to have
the entertainment features, of them
selves, such as will attract a large
number of visitors; and in this line
a great deal of work is being done on
the automobile parade. '
This is not to be simply a long line
of horseless carriages for the dele
gates to look at, but the latter are to
be invited to step in and take a seat
They will then be taken on a ride
over one t the most historical routes
that could be found in this country.
It will follow out the famous ride of
Paul Revere. From within sight of
the tower ot the Old North church
from which the famous rider received
his signal and from within sight of
the Bunker Hill monument, the party
will move out on the bay road now
known as Massachusetts avenue.
Over the Charles river Into Cam
bridge the visitors will be taken past
Harvard college and the old Washing
ton elm, where Washington assumed
command of the army of the revolu
tion. Here, also, will be seen the old
Longfellow home, and the house where
James Russell Lowell lived.
Over one of the finest roads in the
country they will reach Lexington,
where they will see the old Monroe
tavern, which is rich in historical
lore. Here Is where Earl Percy, with
nis remrorcements, was enabled to
hold back the American patriots while
he converted the tavern Into a hos
pital. In the barroom is to be seen
a hole made by a British musket-ball.
Here, also, is a chair in which Wash
ington sat while on his visit to Lex
ington in 1798.
An interesting thing is the memorial
fountain, situated on the battle green,
facing the British line of march. It
is surmounted by a statue of Coptain
John Parker, who commanded the first
military organization that met the
soldiers of England. Many other his
torical places and houses are in this
Six miles beyond Lexington, the
visitors will arrive at Concord, also
rich in its historical associations.
Some of the superstitious people ot
Concord fully believe that the soldiers
of Concord will be called out for
actual war service April 19, 1947. They
base their ideas on the following se
Why use gelatine and
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and coloring when
produces better results in two minutes?
Everything in the package. Simply add hot
water and set to cool. It's perfection. A sur
prise to the housewife. No trouble, less ex
pense. Try it to-day. In Four Fruit Fla
vors: Lemon, Orange, Strawberry, Rasp
berry. At grocers. 10c
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quence of military events in which
the town's militia has taken part:
At 1 o'clock in the morning of April
19, 1(89, an alarm was sounded and
the local company was formed on the
village green The clergyman came
out to bless them and to offer prayer
before they marched to Boston to take
part In the Edmund Andros rebellion.
Elghtyslx years thereafter, to a day
and to an hour, the minute-men of
Concord were again sumoned, on the
alarm of Paul Revere. Again they
assembled on the village green; again
did the clergyman come out to offer
prayer, and then they waited through
the early morning hours of that spring
day until they went out to meet the
British In battle. Between 12 and 1
o'clock on the morning of the 19th of
April, 18(1, the captain of the Con
cord militia was summoned to as
semble his company. It was done on
the same ground where, twice before,
their predecessors had gathered. This
was just 88 years, to the day and hour,
after the last preceding force had come
together. For that reason, it Is be
lieved that on the date above-mentioned
the Concord troops will again
be called out
cott houne, the home of the father of
Louisa May Alcott. ' Emerson's noma
Is another to be seen, and still another
Is that of Henry D. Thoreau.
To form some idea of the length of
this automobile parade, It will only be
necessary to reflect that 1,100 or 1,603
visitors will be carried in the line.
The number of automobile necessary
to make this procession will be large)
the line will be very long. ,
As they start, they wilt diverge, one
half pursuing one route and the ot'Mt
half another, meeting at a point oa
the route, probably the Concord, each
passing In review before the other sec
tion. It is estimated that there wiil
be over 700 automobiles in thi procession.
Night Was Her Terror.
1 would cough nearly all night
long," writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate of
Alexandria, Ind., "and could hardly get
any sleep. I had consumption so bad
that if I walked a block I would cough
frightfully and spit blood, but, when afl
other medicines failed, three 81.09
bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery
wholly cured me and I gained It
pounds." It'a absolutely guaranteed to
This town is also rich In literary, cure Coughs, Colds, La Grippe, Bron-
assoclatlons. Here is the old manse chltis and all Throat and Lung Trou
where Nathaniel Hawthorne brought bles. priCe 60c and $1.00. Trial bot
hls bride, in 1842. Here Is the old Al-Jues free at Chas. Rogers' drug store.
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