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Mi N'clllc Anstadt and Mr. Irwin j Mist Fastabend and Mist Eakln cn
P. Morrison wera united in holy . tcrtaincd the member of the Wike
matrimony, Wednesday afternoon at jWlke Club and their gentlemen
the home of the bride' parent at , friend at a German Whist Tarty
Thirty-fourth street and Irving tve- ( Turlay evening at the home of Mia
nue. The bride wan attended by her Fastabend on Duane atreet. The
inter, Mi Nola Anstadt and Miat j home wa tiittcfully decorated with
Sadie Durkholder acted aa bridea-; cut flower, Dainty refreshments
maid. Mr. John Minto, uncle of the! were erved. The out-of-town guet
bridegroom, who wa one of the were Mis Donovan of Colorado and
guext, h the honor of being the firt I M'esr. Batty and Mather of Fort
bridegroom In Clattop county, of; Steven. The' first prize was won by
whom there I any record. Mr. and Mr. Mather. The hotee were a
Mr. Morrison were the recipient of 'ed by Mi Mary Kakin and Miat
manv beautiful tiresent. After a short, '-"'a ramaueno.
redding trip they will be at home to
their friend In their new home at
the corner of Fourteenth and Duane
itreett. ' s
The Tongue Point Bate Rail
team gave another of a teric of bene
fit dance at the Hammond Hall In
Alderbrook lait evening that wa a
tuccets, both financially and toclally.
The floor managert provided excel
lent entertainment for their guet In
the way of lunch and muic.
Mr. and Mrt. Harry Flavel enter
tained a few of their friend at a
little card parly, Thursday evening,
A dainty lunch wa nerved and mimic
attributed to the pleasure of the even
ing, Thoe present were Mi Sim
Ington, Mi Irene Simington, Mia
Donovan, Mi Kakin and Mr. Car
rington; Mer. Ted Higgin. Fred
Fulton. Lester Mcl.eod, Wilson Stine
and Mr. Carrlngton.
Mr. Clara P. Hobsort, Mint Nellc
Byrd and Miat Mary E. McCrea will
leave today for Portland to attend the
tnte convention of Refickah. Mitt
McCrea will be the guet of Mis
Maud E. Hendcrten.
The Columbia orchestra left on the
Wcnona last evening for Cray'
River, where they rendered the muic
for the grand ball at lower Grange
XEW YORK, May lS.-Whcn tha popular andat their beat, charmine.
prmg season opened it cemed a if
chiffon lace and marquisette were to
take precedence of the net at mater-
al for blouse and guimpea, and in
But the cheap blouse, lavishly trim
med in coarse lace embroidery, are
an abomination, as they have always
been. For ordinary wear a verv im
deed the fine laces are preferred to pie tucked blouse of fine linen
batiste or a fine crossbar batiste with
only a little good lace or embroidery
net for the guimpc of dressy French
frocks, but net is too satisfactory a
material for such purposes to be i is far oreferable to the mn -l.!,...
Hiuiy emoweo asiue, ana large quan-; model in cheap materials. Hand-
tides of it arc still being told, even ( tome tailored blouses, aeverely cut
in the ready tucked varieties which and tucked, but of fine material, are
were so common during the winter, ahown in many shop and are exceed
Sunday i Epworth League Day in
this church. The morninsr theme at
111 o'clock "The Dynamite of Youth."
yoong friend of Mint Crystal Bu- bc rcn(jcrc(j.
. -.1.. :..l.l... . I... "7
15th birthday. She responded quick-r "- " i
!y and handsomely by making the drest by J. M. Anderson, "The Recog
party welcome, and starting a num-jni''0" of the Young People"; address
ber of games, the pleasures of which ,by Mis Nellie Gerding, 'The Young
were interrupted only by a line of ( People to the Front"; addres by
dainty rcfreshmrnlt. All who were Donald Snell. "The Modern Move
precnt report ait enjoyable time. e- ment m ,j,e Churches"; aong. "Heraldi
pecially the young beneficiary of the of jMU,-. addrs by A j Schr0fde-t
honor, of the day. jThe p.pworth League in This Move-
, , I menr"; address by William Wooten,
The member of the Music Club ,.Tht Vo p ,e d (h. f
W" hArLA!J"2 S. C. W. "The Anni-
Friday. During the afternoon a light
lunch was served and jlje following
-Thinese Eyes" Swindled
Mrs. Harry Flavel
Katmnoi Ostrow Rubinstein
Miss Van Ducn
"The Message" .....Caverly
Mrs. J. T. Allen
Two .Consolations .Liszt
Lullaby from Jocclyn Goddard
Mrs. George Warren
Violin solo, "Wiegcnlled" Hauscr
Mr. J. T. Allen
"Phylis Ha Such Charming
Graces" Young Jof ,he son
veriary Offering"; anthem; valedic
tory of the retiring president; inau
gural address of the new president;
song, "Never Say. No When the Mat
ter Calls"; installation of officert;
son, "Rouse Ye, Christian Soldiers"
A cordial invitation it extended to
the public to attend all services. C. C
I Services in roomt 5 and fj, I, O. O.
IF. building, corner Tenth and Com
mercial streets, at 11 a. m. Subiect
sermon, "Mortals and
ilmmortalt." All are invited. Sunday
Mrt, A. A. Finch.
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Mr., r II rlla,l,r ,in,tBiH ,wM mmtAMey after the close of
few friends at her home, Tuesday ev t,,e ,tct The firsl Wednesday
eiiini,. Mav 11th. in honor of Mia evening In the month at 7:30. Read-
Floretta Elmore, who is to be married ronm Mme address, hours from
in the near future. Five hundred was '2 to S daily except Sunday,
the game of the evening, the lucky --..
winners being Miss Elsie Elmore and Memorial Lutheran.
Mr. Walter Stokes. The eiu-ati were - . ...
nr an. M,. r.-i,,,i, Mr .i M,.: smmy scno01' ,u m-i morning
Harradon. Mr, and Mrt. W. Stokct. L6, 11 - m-,theme for ,ermon'
Misses Elmore and Elsie Elmore: ; Mow ,0 Prav nd Prav Arl"i ev
Messrs. Prentice and Keller of Fort en,n ,erv', 8 p. m theme, "
Stevens. Homily on Confessions." AH arc
, cordially invited. Service at the Lewjs
The L. S. and P. Club were the & Clark school house at 2 p. m. Our
guests of, Miss Margaret Griffin on motto, "The Faith of Our Father in
Monday evening, at her home on the Language of Our Country."
ur.nid avenue, ine evening was spent
in social conversation.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sloper of
Seattle are in the city 'the guests of
Mrs. F. M'. Rannells.
Mrs. Chas. C. H. Callander left for
a two weeks visit In California this
Morning worship, 11 a. m., "A
Voice"; solo, Mrs. Harry Flavel; Sun
day school, 12:15; Y. P. S. C E., 7 p.
n.; evening worship. 8 p. m., "Ana
'ogics Electricity"; male chorus;
solo, William Gratke. All are Invit
ed. Win. S. Gilbert, pastor.
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YJ0 you wan hosiery that fits perfectly?
Do you want hosiery that last a Ion;
time without darning? Do you want
economical hosiery ? Then you want
It it satisfactory in every respect. Every pair b team
lest, and every strand of yam 1 given tha famout Iron
Clid " Extra Twist "on of th rtuoc why Iron Chd
Holtry Luts longer tlun any otlwr.
V recommend Iron CUd Hosiery as th most satisfac
tory hosiery for women, boys tad guU,
Simington Ory Goods Co.
One thing that ha helped the net ingly good looking worn with one of
to hold their prestige it the variety ( the attractive separate collars or
and beauty of the new net meshes ttockt.
and designs which have been brought ' The Dutch collars are comfortable
out this spring. Meshet of every im- and cool and almost invariaMv v..
aglmtble tize and design are supplied coming to young women. Fine
in silk and in cotton and a wide range French lingerie blouses with mum!
of colorings also it provided, to that or square Dutch neck finish are
the Irksome necessity of bothering among the smart thingt, and will
with the dyeing problem which used doubtless be popular with those to
to confront a woman in need off a whom they are becoming.
net waist to match a colored frock It Another kind of blouses which rte-
now, in a majority of cases, complete- serve mention is that of the tub
ly eliminated. I models in white and color which have
In gray, rose, wistaria and brokn 'he advantage of carrying out the
shadings there is a surprising variety costume color scheme instead t,t
I among the fancy, and plain nets, and seeming altogether separate affairs,
i embroidered net bands, motifs, eje, and yet-have coolness and washable
come in the same range cf thai:,-, ncss. In white embroidered with
The fine mesh nets with small dot or color and in batistes, linens and cot
ring designs, the nets with group of ton nets which have dainty designs
tucks alternating with rows of n- of white andcolor, be it understood.
broidered, dots and the vermicelli is very slight, is trimmed in narrow
design net are probably the fancy bands or borders of plain color o
net most generally in demand, but'emphasize the color note,
there are charming fine designs of Lingerie dresses arc worn a great
higher prices, suggesting combina- deal this season and will undoubtedly
tions of fine lace, openwork, stitchery, remain extremely popular through the
ets., and fine meshes overrun by most summer season. A large use of color
delicate spidery designs of vines, or is noticeable than wat the case last
'leaves or flowers. year. It is aooarent in both the dres-
Some exceedingly effective nets are ses themselves and in the accessories
of German valencinnes mesh, a nar- in the way of trimming,
row stripe of the plain mesh alternat- A great deal of embroidery is used
ing with a fancy stripe like a narrow and it would hardly be oossible to
Valenciennes insertion. Or again, one lay too much stress upon this fact,
sees this valenciennes net with a very It appears not only in bands, flounc-
narrow stripe of the simple dot design ings and all-overs, of machine work,
familiar in narrow real valenciennes but in the most elaborate and extrava-
insertion, alternating with a stripe gant form of handwork. There is a
slightly wider in one of the more distinctly new pattern of embroidery
running or fanciful designs popular :n called Richelieu. This is in quipure
insertion. effect and appears in both rnachine
Marquisette is made up in much and hand work.
The same way as the nets and fre- Chinese and Japanese pattern are
quently a look of coolness is given also 'fashionable and the open Eng-
to it by white lining, though many Hsh designs are also seen a great deal.
prefer to keep blouse lining and ma- Irish crochet is also quite popula
terial in the one color matching the Combinations of lace and embroidery
costume. Some charming effects are are employed on the most elaborate
obtained, however, by laying chiffon dresses. Practically everything is
over contrasting color. Thil arrange- trimmed lavishly at present,
ment requires careful appreciation of Very dainty high collars for wear
j color values if the blouse is to har- with summer shirtwaists are made of
monize perfectly with the costumes allover eyelet embroidery, clasped a
and not to assume the forbidden tep- J'ltle higher toward the back and
arate blouse effect. firmly boned- From the front of the
For very serviceable wear the stock hangs a pleating of plain wnite
blouse, messaline, soft satin, pongee, 'awn edged with an insertion ofall-
etc. is often used, but it lacks , the ove'' embroidery. Other stocks are
suggestion of coolness and lightness made f handkerchief linen into which
given by the sheer materials even in is se' narrow insertion of cluny alter-
dark colorings. Embroidered or nating with dots worked by hand on
braided in self-color and relieved and ,,,c linen. Pretty little tabs to match
made becoming by some sort of chic tnese collars are in pear shape, scal
lace or net stock and jabot, it Is, lped around the edge and embroid
however, pretty and comfortable. ered with little dots. Sometimes
Lingerie blouses are. of course, still there are straight pleating of the
r-irrm ts- m linen, finished at the bottom 'with pin
Baptist. tucks and insertions of the cluny lace.
Morning worship, 11 a. m., subject. The shops show a great variety of
"What Makes a Church Strong"; ev beautiful colors, weaves and designs
ening service, 8 p. m., sermon, "The m stockings this spring, but most of
Making of a Man"; Sunday school, M them are so fanciful, that they can be
a. m.; B. Y. P. U., 7- p. m. Special worn only by extravagant dresses and
attention called to the evening sub- on'y uPon certain occasions. The
ject. Everybody welcome. Conrad "Ockings lor general wear show bat
You are making a serious mistake if you are
not wearing a pair of our
The woman who wants good footwear, the best
that's made at reasonable prices, finds them, ht re
The most popular styles in tan, red, black and
patent leathers or v'ci kid; every size in every'
width and a beautiful assortment to select from
THE FAMILY SHOE MAN
THE BARE-FOOT BISHOP. ican tourists to the Orient have for
NEW YORK, May IS Alois Ben- many years gone far out of their way
ziger, the barefoot bishop of Mala- to visit him. He is now visiting his
bar, was tendered a dinner last night two Wealthy brothers in this country
by Archbishop Farley, at which many and wll go to Chicago and San
prominent churchmen were presen:. Francisco. On his way back to India
Bishop Benziger who has been in the via the Pacific he will call on bishops
city nearly a week belongs to a very en route.
wealthy Swiss family. j
Since becoming bishop at Malabar, I MILLIONS TURNED LOOSE.
British India, he has gone barefooted NEW YORK, May IS. The law
and worn only the commonest of suit which has tied up the estate of
robes, renouncing all luxuries and Herman Oelrichs has been settled
living at the poorest person in his and his millions will be distributed
diocese. Long ago he achieved re-1 among his widow, who is a daughter
nown as "the barefooted bishop of of the late Senator Fair of California.
Malabara" and Europeans and Amer- her son and the testators brother,
Charles M. Oelrichs. Following the
death of Mr. Oelrichs at sea in 1904
a dispute arose over the estate. Tk
matter was carried through the Sup
reme Court and was appealed. Tfce
consent of all parties yesterday to
the withdrawal of the appeal indicat
ed that the estate would be distribut
ed as indicated in, the will.
"JIM" TO EUROPE.
CHICAGO, May lS.-Jim Jeffrie
will follow Jack Johnson to Europe
in the course of the next three moatJit
but his errand will be of a pacific
nature, inasmuch' as it is simply t
wind up his theatrical engagements.
Nervous people and those affected with a weak
heart need have no more fear of the dentist. W(
L. Owen, pattor.
little change from those
An astonishing variety of shapes,
designs and colors in different mater
ials may be seen in the foot-wear dis
played in the fashionable shops.
Those who have the means to do so,
First Norwegian Ev. Lutheran.
Sunday school meets at 9:30 a. m.-
morinng service. 10:45 a m-; English
Bible class meets at 7 p. m. The choir
of the church' assists at all eveninz
services. You are cordially invited to W indulge in unlimited extravagance
attend. Theo. P. Neste, castor. m ,ne matter 01 snoes tn,s sPr,n8-
Among the new things are some
' Norwegian-Danish M. E. ' beautiful, if audacious, low shoes in
Services morning at 11 o'clock and gray suede with hecl.s and pIain leatlv
at 8:00; Sunday 'school at -"-'3 nu me
Scandinavian. ,n.-,i;.,ii same idea is a's0 carried out in white
10 a. nv
invited to worship
with us. O. T.
shoes. A smart pair of Colonial
shoes in white has, for example, a
leather-covered heel of a modish
green and a buckle to match.
Bronze footwear has come into its
own again with a rush and1 it seems
as if every woman would have at least
one pair of bronze slippers or siioes
in her summer supply, with bronz silk
sioch-ings io matcn. ratent teatner i,
Alderbrook Presbyterian. "'so displayed in a large variety and
Sunday school, 10 a. m.; morning 'here is every indication that it will
worship, U a. m.; Christian Endeavor, be more popular than ever. It is al-
6:30 p. m.; evening worship, 7:30 p. ways neat and particularly effective
m. A cordial invitation to all. Rob- vvth plain tailored costumes.
Service at follows: Holy com
munion, 8 a, m.j morning prayer and
sermon, 11 a. m.; Sunday schoo',
12:30. Evening prayer at Holy Inno
cents' Chapel, 3:45.
ert J. Diven, pastor.
Thore will be service in the First
Lutheran church at 11 a. m. in Swe
dish and at 8 a. m. in English, by Rev.
There is'but little change in gloves
this season. The long sleeve of fash
ion has brought the short one-button
land two-button gloves back to prom
inence and these are offered in every
imaginable color or design, in every
kind of material, from chamois to, the
finest and softest of kid.
guarantee to extract the most sensitive tooth with
out the least pain, and no after affects.
Our bridgework is all. guaranteed for ten years ajid-will lasft a
lifetime. We have specialises in each branch of dentistry, and
can give you the besl: results.
If your plate falls doAvn we can-reset the teeth on a new plate and give you a
perfect fit for $5.00.
50c to $1.00
Best rubber plate including extraction, $10.00 Our office is equipped the bes
in the state, with all the latest electric devices for doing work painless. Our
extracting room is all enameled and is one of the iuost sanitary in the country
Our instruments are thoroughly sterilized each lime after using. ' All our work
is guaranteed for ten years. LADY ATTENDANT
OFFICE HOURS 8:30 a. m. to 6 p. m.
SUNDAY .10 a. m. to. 12 m.
Evening Work by Appointment
Phone 3901 '
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