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17IE OCEGON DAILY .TOURNAIi, POHTLAND, SATURDAY - EVENING, DECEMBER -19. 1903.
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" Christmas it Almost here and society Is
-preparing for this annual holiday and
: festival season with a vim that promises
a pleasant and busy, if not, spectacular
and brilliant, week. No affairs of stellar
tironnrtlona r -on th tnnls hut these
are the days of the shopping-bag and
family purse, the eager anticipation of
, what delights may be coming on the
Chrlatmastlde, the arrangements for the
little family parties that will be held
In so many homes, the pleasant reunion
of friends and relatives with the old folks
v at home, so that It may be safely said
that society , will be anything but dull.
It is even rumored that several, wed-
-. dings will mark the day for those who
devote much time and attention to the
doings of the local "400," and while no
- definite announcements are yet out.
i Dame Gossip takes an eager delight In
' discussing the probability of ciulet wed;
dings without show and pomp so ardently
desired by those who 'cater to such -affairs.
If Cupid's charms have ensnared
any victims , for the Yuletlde. the Inter-
; ested principals and their friends are un
usually quiet about It
.,' .Every hall and ' every orchestra Is
i engaged for balls either Christmas eve or
Christmas night, so thai there will be
plenty of this kind of amusement for
those who like, and their name is legion.
So in view of al this the approaching
. Christmas festivities are taking up the
.time and attentions of the society lead'
1 ers. The affairs of this week were mostly
confined to club parties and a few in
formal affairs. i
' '. . ' ' -'r.: '-
- Mrs. ; A. Meier, assisted by , Mrs. Big-
mtind Frank, gave a tea at her residence
- Wednesday afternoon In honor of Mrs.
Leon Hlrsch and Mrs. Eislng of New
Tork. . The rooms were beautifully and
lavishly decorated with choice flowers.
White roses and palm formed the deco
rations In the parlor, and bridesmaid
roses In the dlnlne-room. Yellow rosea
ln. jjrof utloa and, green foliage were the
decorations of the living-room. The
hall was transformed into a regular
bower of red carnations and holly. :
Dainty refreshments were served during
the afternoon," aa follows: Mrs. M.
Flelschncr served the chocolate, - Mrs.
Ilausman the chicken sandwiches, Mrs.
Llpman the tea and Mrs. Ehrman the ice
cream. The Misses Edna Rau, Ruby
Jacobs, ' Verilna Lowenberg, May Op
penhelmer and Gertrude Stelnbacb as
slsted with the serving.
Mrs. O. F. Paxton gave a tea Friday
afternoon In honor of her mother, Mrs.
Wade, who la spending the winter with
her. The rooms were, beautifully deco
rated with wholly and red satin ribbons.
Numerous little red candles cast their.
glow around the rooms and helped to
carry out the color scheme of red and
green. Yellow chrysanthemums were
used In the reception-room.
i Mrs. , Fred Page -and Mrs. Charles
Adams -served at the table. Mesdames
F. Warren, Allen ' Ellsworth, Extrom,
Luders and Pratt, and the MUtae Alice
Sansbury, Frances Warren, Wolsey, the
Misses Hlekey and Miss Hudson of Ta-
coma, assisted with the serving.
"Half rlnh at hep realdonea Mnnrtav aftor.
noon, December 14. The game "600" was
played and during the afternoon dainty
refreshments were served. Those present
were: W. A. Gordon, Mrs. W. I.
Northup, Mrs. W. M. Cake, Miss Henri-
eua Mur, jars, vvut.cr auiniun, iara.
. William Harder, Miss Delta Zimmerman,
Mrs. Zimmerman, Mrs. R. Holman. Mrs.
Frank Wat kins. Miss Roberts. Mrs.
Lutke, Mrs. Harlow, Mrs., Edward
Brown and Miss Emily Holbrook.
. rTV. Al.il. will Knl I .
lilUU lia UVAb IUt7GUHS,
' residence of Mrs. W. A. Gordon. ,
: The Grand Chanuka entertainment and
ball given last Sunday evening at the
Arlon hall for the benefit of the Jewish
academy, -ivninucn n unm, proved one or
the most successful affairs of the kind
ever given In Portland. More than 400
, persons were present.
The entertainment opened with a selec
tion by Parsons' orchestra, after which
: , M. Mosessohn, the master of ceremonies,
delivered a short address in which he ex
plained the alms and objects of the Jew-
' ish academy. . The sanctlflcatlon .of the
Chanuka lights by the children of th
academy followed. In all. 60 children
took part In the exercises and grand
chorus. The remainder, of the program
was as follow: Piano selections, Leo
Ehaplrer; vocal solo, Herbert Wilson, ac
companled by - Miss Elizabeth Hoben
' "The Tale of a Sea-Shell," a mandolin
selection by Miss Sadie Delovage, ac
companled on the piano by Miss Sarah
, Bromberger; violin solo. Miss Esther
, Goldman; accompanied by Miss Emma
Butter; piano solo, Miss Celia Chernls
. ocal selections, Miss Ethel Abrams, ao-
' comoanled ' by Mrs. Rose Bloch-Bauef
-'' The entertainment was an artistic and
' brilliant success. Dancing followed and
continued until, 1 a. m. f v
Dainty refreshments were Jiwed by the
' ladles during the evening. ..:--,-.
The committees were as follows: Gen
eral, M. Simon, David N. Mosessohn and
v J. Nudelman: arrangements, Dr. N,
Mosessohn, I. Savransky, Mr. Barde, P.
Nudleman. M. Chernls, Charles David
. T i-lnMotcIn M. TiBvln. A. T.lnmarl
a"hd J. Bosencranta; reception, Mra N.
Mosessohn. Mra I, Savransky, Mrs. J,
"' Cartman, Mrs. Charles Davidson, David
N. Mosessohn, P. F. Rogoway, Mrs.
Friedman, Mrs. M. Cohn( Mra Z. Ricen,
. Tvj-..i.mon: noer , commiuee. ivieyer
- simmi !.,. Rubensteln and J. Barde;
' Mrs., W1111BU nn.yniiinii iiHciiaiucu
'the- momoers oi i"- uiiiiuuu
iT.i.iitrhtiM-ii ct the American revolution.
t her nomo yveuneouu Dncniwu.
W. S. Duniway read a paper on ineuo
of Benedict Arnold. -The paper - was
greatly .. enjoyed and about an hour was
spent in -discussing it.' 1
Later on refreshments were served by
the hostess. Altogether a very pleasant
and enjoyable after was spent.
Tuesday night was "ladles' night" at
ine Multnomah club, and there was
unusually large crowd. : Some very
terestlng, gymnasium work was -seen.
Professor Krohn was in charge of the
floor, . - The program was as follows:. Se
lection, orchestra; parallel bars, day
juniors: horizontal bars, seniors; selec
tion. Parsons and Weber Mandolin club;
wand drill, day "Juniors; Indian clubs.
junior girls; leaping, night juniors. Danc
ing followed on. the gymnasium floor.
The entire ckib was thrpwn open to
the : visitors. The reception hall was
tastefully decorated with Ivy and -ever
green. -The event was successrui ana
was .highly "commented upon by those
The Ladles' Nomah circle, Women -of
Woodcraft, ; gave a - Whist party and
dance in their hall at East Sixth and
Alder streets, Wednesday evening.. The
affair was very successful and was en
Joyed by all present. -
A very successful entertainment In the
form of a medal contest was given, at
the : White temple Tuesday evening by
"Mother Goose's Temperance Children."
The successful contestants were: Class
Alice Van Schoonoven; class 2, Kieth
Kiggins; class S, Faith Van Anker. If.
W. Stone ' presented the medals. ' 1
ISTMTS OI THE WXEK. " '
The faculty and cadets of Bishop Scott
academy gave a very successful and en
joyable dancing party Thursday evening
at Parsons' hall.
The hall was beautifully decorated with
Oregon . grape, evergreen . and willow,
United ' States ' flags . were artistically
draped about the hall and gave it a mili
Parsons orchestra furnished the
music. "The Prince 'of Pllsen," "Sylvan
Reveries," '.'Laughing ,Water,rt "The
Sultan's f Dream," "Anoha" - and 4The
Jolly General" were among the numbess
on the dance program. . . y
Those present were:;.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holmes, Mr. and
Mra Samuel Archer, Mr. and Mrs. Ern
est Laldlaw, Mr. and Mrs. T. Barlow,
Thomas ; Mesdag, Herman ' Thomp
son, Miss Prudence Hageny, Earl Grant,
Miss Ruby Scott, Miss Ines Cummlngs,
Miss Evaline Wilson, Miss Frances Wil
son, Miss Caroline Wilson, Miss Leezer,
Miss Bailey, Miss Dennis, Miss Boot,
Miss Ramsdell, Miss Van Waters, - Miss
Morrison, Miss D. Morrison, the -Misses
Armstrong, Miss J. Smith, ' Miss Hurl
burt, Mlf .Tebbetts, .Miss B. Morrison,
Miss E. Lewis, Miss A. Davis,-: MIbs M.
Walters,' Miss Hazel Bean, Miss I. Hlg-
gins. Miss Helen Bates, the Misses M.
and L. Palmer, Miss Ketchum, Miss Nan
Robertson, Miss Alta Smith, the Misses
R. and Ruth Hess, Mies Korrell, Miss
Betttson, Messrs. Johnson. Miss . Webb,
Mr. Morris, -Mr. Herrigan, Miss Hazel
Reed, Miss Smith, Misses Crocker, Miss
Watson, Miss Rita BeU, Miss Ruth
Smith, Misses Amos, Dr. W. F. Amos,
Miss Sansbury, Miss Laura Jordan, Mr.
Jordan, Miss Lee Bingham, R. Bingham
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Bingham, Capt. and
Mrs. W. c. Langfltt, Miss Dorothy Lang
fltt. Miss Prudhomme, Miss Marjorle
Canby, Miss Bessie Strong, Miss Helene
wnite, the ., Misses Hlgglns, Clifford
Nichols, Miss Nichols, R. Drake, Ralph
Knight, William Ladd, Jr., Harold Bates,
K. Fenton, R. K. Page, A. Mears, Roy
Durham, H. Prudhomme, Arthur Honey
man, Plodden Scott, George Warren,
Kenneth Beebe, T. Robertson, Archie
Hancock, Dr. Zan. Miss Holdsworth, Mr,
Templeton, Oliver Cutler, Miss Cutler,
Mrs Drake, Miss M. Drake, Dr. and Mra
van Waters, Drj and Mra Morrison, Mr.
and Mrs. Francis Sealy, Mat. V. M. C,
Sllva, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hoge, Mr. and
Mrs. H. 1 Mather, Mr, and Mrs. Jno.
Kollock, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lawrence,
Mr. and Mrs. S. Rutherford Johnson.
Chester Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. S. , M.
Mears. Capt.-W. A. Bethel, George Ber
rlah. Rev W. R. Powell, Miss Margaret
Powell, Marlon Dolph, B. Canby, Jack
Mackle, Alan Heitshu, Lester Hodson,
Mrs. R. E. Bybee. Judge and Mrs, C
H. Carey, Miss Carey, Cart - Williams,
Miss Martha DeBevoIse, Bob Williams,
j. nnK, Mr. and. Mrs. H. D.- Rams
dell. Mr.-and Mrs. McMillan. Mrs. Car.
roll, Jiir. and Mrs. M. W. Smith, Dr. and
Mrs". A. E. Rockey, Miss Weldler. Miss
Anita Burhs, Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Wilson,
Miss Wilson, Robert McCracken, Edgar
KUDanKs, rred Strong, Elmer Connell,
lister Kollock. Will Hare,, Mr., BIdweil,
Or, K. J. rtTLTOH, Vtunpatli. ' .
Relief at Last
PORTLAND. Or., Dec. 7, 1902.--To
Whom It May Concern;' I suf
fered two and one-half year from
nervous disease, and my stomach
was so badly afflicted that I was
sick almost all the time, My diges
tion' wa so badly impaired that
there appeared a half-dead condi
tion, of . all internal action. I was
so weak that all work waa a burden
to me, and I could scarcely sleep,
at all. ' I tried seral physicians
without beneficial results. I then
heard of Dr.-Fulton, and after tak--Ins
a few treatments was able to
sleep nights, and after five weeks'
treatment I find myself cured and
my strength gradually returning.
MRS. J. N. HAGENSON,
. 749 Michigan Ave., Portland,' Or.
Phone, Kai 81S3.
Offloe hours from to II and X to 8
Bernard Turner, Paul Vial, Miss Isabelle
Wyman, Miss Helen Goes, Walter Uoss,
Mlas Wllma Fiske,- Harry Humphrey,
Miss Kathleen Burns, F. Cook, Mr. Boyd,
Zan, M. Whltuhouse, Miss Florence
Hilton, Miss L. Morris, Miss R. Morris,
Mr. Van . Houten, Oliver Jeffery, Miss
.-Chandler. Raymond O'Connor, Gordon
Sterling, Fred Multhauf, Robert Smltn,
Robert Riley, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Buck
ley, Arthur Seeley, Mr. Koerner, H. Von
Etllnger,- Miss Margaret Boot, Raymond
Holman, Paul Rockey, ' the Misses Grey,
Alfred Woolsey, Mr. and Mrs. R. K.
Davis, Roy Pease, Miss Hilda Macleroy,
foeaton Taylor, Messrs. Bobbins, George
Brown, Miss Kato Young, Miss Fannie
Brown, Mrs. W. C. Morrow, Miss Sears,
B. Wickersham, D. Honeyman, Hopkins
Jenkins. Bishop and Mrs. B, WlsUr Mor
ris. Milton Kahn. Miss Hazel Brown,
Miss C. Moore. B. L. Norden.' Melville
Eastman, Henry Shofner, Walter Gray,
Miss Mary McArthur. Miss C. Holmes,
S. Burnett. Edward Jeffery. Harold
Chamberlain, Frank Jacobs, Miss E. Wal
ter, Ronald Johnson,. C. Hurlburt, Law
rence Holman, Miss May Koshland, Miss
DeBevoIse, Miss Ethel Scovell, Miss Leda
Rice, Monte Meier; Mr. and. Mrs, A.
Tucker, Mra. M. E. Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
George) Grey, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Morri
son, Mr. and Mrs. H. Cleveland, Mr. and
Mrs, Andrew Kan. Mr. and Mrs, C- H.
KorrelL Mr. and Mrs. E. Hulbert, Mr.
and Mra L. B. Gorham. Mr. - and Mrs.
W. R.' Glendennlng. Mr. -and Mrs. W, C.
Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. J. Downs, . Mr, and
Mrs. B. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. -Andross,
Mr. and Mra J. Q. Daniels, Mrs. H
Speckert, Miss H. Speckert, ; Mrs. A,
Smith. Rev. and Mra J. E. H. Simpson,
Mr; and Mra Leopold Schmidt,. Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Palmer, Miss C. Nlssler, Mr.
and Mrs. W. P. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. T.
A. i Ketchum,. Mr. and Mra - Henry
Hewett. Mr. and Mrs. C. W.- Goode. Mr.
and Mrs. E. B. Dewing, Mr. and Mrs. C.
P. Bowker, Mr. and rMs. T. W Angus,
Everett Grant. Mrs. J. K, Clark. Miss
Keren - Brace. Miss Georgia Fitch, Hon,
George H. Williams, Miss McCord, Miss
Rachel Joseph!, Miss Ines Barrett, Miss
Amy Heitshu, Miss Hazel Crocker, Miss
Etta Honeyman, Miss Maude Morey, Miss
Ruth Smith. Miss Ruth Maxwell, Miss
Marjorle Watter, Miss Josephine Smith,
Miss Helen White, Miss Barbara Crocker,
Miss Ethel Walter, Miss Maude Jones,
the Misses Smith, Lou Woodward, Ned
Barrett, George Warren, Melville Es-
tham Marlon Dolph, Roy Rurham, Oill
Durham, Jordan Zan, Raymond Holman,
Arthur Holman, Dave Honeyman, Leon
Savage, Von : Etlinger, Misses Weldler,
Miss Myrtle ' Schafer, Miss Mabel Nlss
ler, Miss Ethel Palmer, Miss Kuhn, Miss
Leezer, Miss Hopkins, Miss Farrar, Miss
Bailey, Miss Binder, Miss Dennis, Miss
Lord, Miss Gilliland, Miss Helen Bates,
Miss Malda Hact, Miss Arlene Davis,
Miss June Sterling, Miss Kate Woolsey,
B. Wickersham, Iy -Wickersham, R.
Fisher, Carl Williams, Robert Williams,
Peter McCracken, Mr.; Herrlott, -Wil
liam Roerner,.-Arthur. Seeley, John' Mc-
Clane, Dudley Clarke, Mr. Lathrop, Mr,
Black. F. Lavell, Mr. Blanchard, Mr,
Hulbert, Mr. Bush, Mr. Rountree, Jim
Zan, Mat W. A. Bethel, Raymond O'Con
nor, Gordon Sterling, A- Woolsey, Ralph
Knight, Edward Jeffery, 3, Mackle, Mr,
Whittlesey, Phil Hart, Morey Dooley, Mr.
Holbrooke. Mr. Whiting, Harry Corbett,
Lieut. Fenner, Miss Helen Goode, Ernest
Russell, Miss Genevieve Mays. L. Hensen,
Wilson Mays, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Cohen, Miss Levy, Mr. and Mrs. Paul S.
Dick, Mrs. J. K. Clark, Oscar Kerrigan,
Chester Hughes, Lou Williams, Mr. Ja
cobs. Miss Martha -DeBevoIse, Guy Wy
man, John Crosby, Malcolm McKuhen,
Miss Ada Anderson, Miss Hazel Rich
ards, George Bingham, Henry Fisher,
Miss Fay Beagle, Carroll McFarlan, Ken
neth Poorman, Miss June Sterling.
" ' '
The Carnation Social club gave
very pleasant dance Monday evening.
The New Century Dancing club gave
a party Wednesday evening, at Parsons
hall. ,' - . - . .
. The St. Lawrence Social club gave
the last of their popular vcej-ies of
Whist parties for this year Wednesday
evening. The first prizes were awarded
to Miss M. Bauer and Mr. Walsh.
Miss . Catherine Schneider, gave
comlo recitation during the evening, and
Mr. Edward Kleth's vocal selections,
which followed elicited . much ap
plause. Each guest received a dainty
souvenir calendar In water colors.
The club will give their parties for
1904 on the following dates: January 6
January 19, February 2 and February )(,
u. : .. .. -
One of the most Important events of
the week was the celebration of the
twentieth anniversary of the marriage
A vonderful Testimonial
A Portland School Teacher Saved From Surgeon's Knife Rescued in Nick
of Time, the Lady Lives to Bless the Oay She Was Induced to Trust Her
Case to a Noted Drugless Doctor.
' . It won't do for any person to speak disparagingly of drugless doctors
to Miss Delia Witney, one of Portland's most highly esteemed and well
known school teachers. This bright young woman was about to be lugged
oft to a hospital to undergo the latter-day popular carving outrage, when
two friends who had been treated and cured of afflictions similar to thoso ,
from which she suffered, prevailed upon her to give Dr. N; J. Fulton, the
lady who cures her patients without drugs, a trial. These earnestly Interested-ones
said to Miss Wlthey:,'
"It won't hurt you to' try her, anyway. She gives no medicines what
ever, does not resort to surgery, and, therefore, can work no injury upon-,
you. We Implore you not to submit to the contemplated butchery until
you have given this celebrated doctor an opportunity to show you what -she
. can do for you. Try her for Just two days," V
Without a thought that she would be in the least benefited, any more
than she had been before, by those whose "skill" Is renowned throughout
the city. Miss Withey suffered herself to be persuaded, and this Is what
the happy young lady has to say concerning the one who snatched her
from the jaws of the carver, if not from death:
A LIVE TESTIMONIAL. '
VOKTLAIIB, Or., Deo. 7, 1903. -To rellow Bnffererst X am only tod
anxious to add my testimonial to the list of those who have been oared by
Dr. If. J. PUIiTOW, but can never and words that would express my grati
tude. Por two years Z have been 111 and gradually beea growing worse.
After consulting and treating with several of the leading physicians of this
city, X wa told that wltaont an operation X eould get bo relief. Z finally
yielded and made all arrangements to go to the hospital. Bat the day
before Z was to bars gone Z was advised by two friends both of whom
had been cured by Dr. rulton to consult her. Z did, and am very thankful
" to be able to sittoerely aay that after taking BIX treatment Z am well. '
iDEIiLA WITHET, 870 Porter Street, aty.
The foregoing Is a grateful woman's story. The BEST of Portland' ;
'physicians had treated and consulted over, and, as Ifihoplng for an avenue
of escape from their dilemma, a Seattle -specialist was called in consulta-v
tlon. He.noo, said that Miss. Withey must submit to an operation. But
she did not, and is now a stout and healthy as she ever waa--
Huch a testimonial as this ought, It would seem, convince any one of
the WONDERFUL power of drugless treatment. It is a marvelous thing, -
Indecfl, that, without medicine or other mod of treatment save that pro
vided by nature, the afflicted should be cured of every 111. of life. Is It
not worth while for YOU. if you are sick, to at least Investigate - this
method of healing? Will It not be worth your while? If you will, you will
not longer submit to. that species of healing that does not heal, but worse,
-leaves Its scar upon the health forever -after. '
- Dr. Fulton has cured scores of Portland' Sick. She can 'cure YOTT.
Her reputation is established. SHE
SHINES AS BRILLIANT AS THE
men, women and children.
; J. FULTON, Naturopath
omens sums so,
of Mr. and Mrs.' Edward jC Root. The
affair took, place Thursday, evening at
the home, which was beautifully and
elaborately ' decorated with palms , and
evergreens, The color scheme was pinK
The game hearts was piayea during
the evening. The dainty little heart
shaped score cards were works of art.
They were hand-painted and bore quaint
little Chinese characters.
Later in the evening dainty refresh
ments, were served.
There were a number or elegant pres
ents-received among which was a jar
dlnier presented by the Neighborhood
Whist club, V
There were about 40 guests present
The Ladles of the. Maccabees gave a
very pleasant dance at Foss hall Tues
days evening. - ,
The Royal Rogues gave a Christmas
party at Parsons' hall Friday evening,
Mrs. - Max Smith entertained the
Hiawatha Whist club at her residence
Thursday" evening, December 17.,..'
Carl Edward 8chlickelser and Alice
Rose Baker were married Wednesday,
December 16th at 8:20 p. m. at the home
of the bride's parents, 368 soutn urana
avenue. Rev. William S. Gilbert of
Belated. V----: y "'''
The home was beautifully decorated
for the occasion. "T- :; '"r:y
Miss Grace Holden played the wed
ding march. Miss Hattle- Hanwas the
bridesmaid and Herman Schlickeiser
acted as best man.
After the ceremony was pronounced
refreshments were served.,
Mr. and Mrs. Schlickeiser will make
their home at 612Main street , -'
George Schieve and Mrs. Rena Rhoades
were united In marriage by Rev. E. H.
Mowie Sunday, December 13, at p. m.
The wedding was a quiet affair, only a
few friends being present at the cere
mony, which waa. performed at Wood-
Lloyd E.' Dunning and Maude Cole
were united In marriage Wednesday,
December 16, at 166 Eighteenth street
north. Rev. William E. Randall officiat
ing. Mr. Dunning Is a popular railroad
man. Good wishes are ; extended by
many xrtends. :.; 5;,V
Beniamln L. Cain and LueHa Coffey
were married December 12, Rev. William
E. Randall officiating, at the Central
Baptist church uarsonage. The new
hnma will be at East Sixth and East
Alder streets, where the young people
will be at home to their friends.. ..
ic'-i------ comuto - zvjbjtts. : -,-'.
The Third Infantry, banff, O. N. G., will
give Its second dancing party Tuesday
eventrfr", December 22, at the armory.
Mrs. W. A. Gordon will entertain the
BOO" club Tuesday evening, December
29, at her residence.
The Multnomah county Woman's
Christian Temperance Union will cele
brate Crusade Membership day and Peace
Observance day at Centenary Methodist
Episcopal church, East Pino and East
Ninth streets. ; Sunday (tomorrow) at
S p. m. Mrs. Lucia F. Addlton will give
an address ana mere win do a musical
. i . "rfr r
" The 'County W. C. T. U. will celebrate
Crusade membership .day and peace ob
servance at Centenary M. E. church.
East Pine and East Ninth streets, to
morrow afternoon at 2 O'clock. A fine
musical program wUl be tendered. Mrs,
Lucia Faxon Addlton. national leo
turer and organiser, will give the ad
dress. - . -
The Pastors' Aid of St.' James Eng
lish Lutheran church will be entertained
by- Mrs. I. M. Bohnsen at her ihome,
corner West Park and Jefferson streets,
December 31, at 2 p. nv ,
J. C. McLennan of the firm of Eugene
D. White & Co., accompanied by his wife,
left Friday morning for Vancouver, B. C,
on Important business for the firm.'- He
will visit Victoria and New Westmin
ister and return in about a fortnight
Miss Agnes Gilbert of Salem la visiting
friends her In Portland.
Mrs. E. D. Connell 1 visiting friend
in Tacoma and will return In a few
days.' v - " ' ; - . -
Mra Ellen Rawson Miller of Seattle Is
visiting In Portland with friends. ; She
will remain through the holiday a .
Mrs- A. I Tibbetts ha left for tos
Angeles, Cal, where she will pass the
winter with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
T. W. RusselU , ' .
Mr. and Mrs. E. II. McCracken will
spend ' the holidays In New York with
their daughter, Mra George C. Mason.
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Flelschner and
daughter left for Southern California a
HAS MADE A" RECORD THAT
STARS, She treats all diseases
--. r I
few days ago for the benefit of Mr.
Fletschner's health. - " -
Mr., and Mrs. J. Baum of Chicago are
visiting Portland friends.
Miss Lottie Hammond of Port Town-
send, Wash., is visiting. Mrs. .Dr.. L. M.
Davis of this city. .
Mrs. C. W. Chase of Los Angeles, Cal.,
Is in Portland visiting and will remain
here for a few: weeks " , '
Mrs. O. F. Paxton gave--a luncheon
Wednesday In honor of .her mother, Mrs.
,V v, f-$-?4r: w :';i;';vi-.:-"-
The engagement of Miss Emma Ricen
to Mr. Arnold Levy; both -of this eity,
is announced. At home New Year's day
at 168 Montgomery, from 2 to 5 p. m.
AT THE MEN'S BESOBT. ' '
The pupils of Mra Edith F. Hanna
will give a muslcale at the Men's Resort,
68 North Sixth streec, Saturday even
ing, December 26, at 8 o'clock. She will
be assisted by Marie Keller of the
Gillespie School of Expression, and Miss
Zena York, recitation 1st, The program
will be as follows:
Piano duet. "Storm King" (Paull),
Mrs. Hanna and Mr. Whttmarsh; piano
solo, "Garland of Roses" (StrefiborgX,
Maser Alden Hungerford; vocal solo,
"Maybe" (Rosey)i(Mlss Clara . V, Put
ney; piano solo, "Fond Hearts Must
Part" (Lange), Clara Hill ; recitation (se
lected),- Marie Keller; piano diret mcd
ley ( Bellak ). Blanche Johnson: piano
BOToT'iIazurka'' (Behr), Beatrice Leezer;
vocal solo, , "A . Little Boy In- Blue"
(Welles), Mabel Boyle; piano duet, "Au
tumn Leaves" (Merz), Zilla Lewis; reci
tation, "Ruggles" Dinner Party,? Miss
Zena York; piano solo, , "Alpine Glw"
(Oesten), : Maude : Beyde; piano duet
"Valse'r -t (Behr), . Aidea ' Hungerford;
piano solo, "Flower 8ong" (Lange), Miss
Putney; vocal solo, "The Night You
Promised", (Rosey), Mr. , R. B. ; Hansen;
piano ' duet : "Valse Bleue (Margis),
Mabel Boyle; recitation (selected), Marie
Keller; - voeal solo, "Just Remember
Love You, Too" (Rosey), Miss Clara
Putney; piano duet, "Qui Vive" (Ganz)
Mrs. Hanna and Mr. Whlimarsh.
No admission will be charged. -
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1 (Continued from Page Twelve.
- The temperamental qualities of Mr.
Robson, coupled with a handsome per
sonality, make him an Ideal Carvelrand
serve, to invest the character with
ndolity and sincerity most convincing
" We have it from good authority that
this is positively the last season in the
character of ' the-Churchill hero, and
that next season we shall see him lh an
other role of equal romantlo value., A
usual Mr. Robson Is credited with carry
lng an excellent company and a scenic
lnvestature not alone adequate in rep
resenting the pictorial viewpoint of the
play, but also of that sumptuous quality
which obtains recognition. '
"Foxy Grandpa,", the first novelty of
the season as a musical snapshot . will
be an early attraction at the Marquam
Grand. Joseph Hart and Carrie De Mar
head the company, brought together by
William A. Brady. v .
"Foxy Grandpa" Is the work of
hitherto untried and. unknown dramatist
R. Melville Baker, and its Inspiration
wa the series of cartoons which have
been amusing the world for a year or
two. The principal character, Goodelby
Goodman, . "Foxy Grandpa," is a dear
old gentleman who has more heart than
worldly wisdom, and whose love for his
grandsons and determination to sacrifice
himself for their amusement and bene
fit form the basis of the story. .
The plot, is built up around the com
plications , resulting from ; a case of
mistaken a Identity, i Signor Bolero, a
"facial artist," ; having , - undertaken
to . Impersonate "Foxy"- for the
amusement of a summer hotel party.
Bolero and. "Foxy" both - become en
tangled In the snares of the Blgnorlna
Colonus, a dashing Italian adventuress,
from whose clutches "Foxy" escapes by
a clever ruse. Mr. Brady has engafed
a flno company, an attractive chorus and
a number of pretty girls to appear In
the dances. . The scenery Is said to be
particularly .pretty and the costumes are
varied and gorgeous. .
: VBW TOXX XJBTTEX.
New York. Dec. 14. Probably because
of the near approach ot- the holidays,
there is a slight' decrease in the list of
new attractions at the theatres. Never
theless the program is a most attractive
one. Four novelties are promised the
first American production of "Mouna
Vauna." at the Irving Place theatre;
"The Girl From Dixie," at the Madison
8quare; The , Sacrament of Judas," . a
one-act play .which Kyrle Bellew Is to
put on as a curtain-raiser to "Raffles,"
and "Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall,"
in which Bertha Galland appears as a
star. - . ,
Three Interesting revivals will also be
given on Monday night At the Cri
terion, William Faversham will be seen
in "Lord and Lady Algy,'" and at the
Academy of Music, ""Way Down East"
will come for another long run,' where
It has already played two long seasons,
and ; at the Fourteenth Street theatre,
Robert Mantell . will , revive "The Corst
can Brothers." ' r i- ' - V"
The Girl From Dixie, at the Madi
son Square theatre, is the first produc
tion of the new musical stock company
that will permanently occupy the thea
tre. The pieco In which they appear is
from the pen of Harry B. Smith, Jt Is
more of a comedy set to muslo than a
musical comedy, though some of Its
songs,, it - Is promised, are exceedingly
catchy. As its title suggests, it Is laid
in the South and its heroine is a daugh
ter of Maryland. Irene Bentley will be
this southern girl a rather appropriate
choice, since she herself is a native of
the state. "'-.'!,'. '
"Dorothy Vernon of Haddon ' Hall,"
which Bertha Galland brings to the New
York theatre Monday . night, is a
dramatization of Charles Edwin Major's
novel of the same name by Paul Kester.
The i plot centers Itself! about Haddon
hall., one of the places in which. Mary
Queen of Scots .sheltered herself during
her captivity. : The story itself Is of the
romantlo attachment and; elopement of
Dorothy, Vernon and ' young Jqhn Man
ners in spite of i the opposition of par
ents and guardians. -Miss Galland will
be aeon as Dorothy Vernon, and, notable
because of It being her first, attempt
away (.from comedy. May Robson Will
be Queen Elisabeth..
- Forbes Robertson in England caused
a decided ' sensation when he produced
'The Sacrament of Judas" there. Natur
ally, therefore, there Is considerable' in
terest in ItH production at the Princess
theatre on Monday night by Kyrle Bel
lew. Tho story of the play is highly
dramatic and intense. One of its scenes.
Indeed. Is highly sensational. Its period
Is that of the French revolution. , In
order that both "Raffles" and the new
play' may be given in one bill . the cur
tain will be raised at 8 punctually.
It was in Ttfrd and Lady Algy"that
William Faversham scored Ms most em
phatlo hit. and It will be a pleasure to
again see the clever character study of
the aav Lord Algy. Hilda Bnonff will
play the part in which Jessie Mlllward
was first seen, Jiere.yu - , .
. i'hoebe. Davli ana rWay Down East
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have been seen so often at the 'Academy
of Musio that there . is almost a local
pride ln their return. -...'..People who like
rural plays go. to this one over and over
again, and therefore' It seems highly
probablo that ; It " will ' remain . at v the
Academy for many weeks to come. ' ;
At the Fourteenth Street theatre years
ago Mr, Mantell won his spurs in 'The
Corslcan Brothers," and the announce
ment that he Is to revive it tomonow
night will be greeted with pleasure.
A number of plays which have met
with favor are rapidly approaching the
end of their engagements. Maude
Adams leaves the Empire on January 2.
Tomorrow night "The Three - Little
Maids" enters on its last two weeks,
as does Maxlne Elliott, at the. Savoy.
At the Victoria. Frank Daniels also
Is approaching, the end of his engage
ment the most successful the popular
comedian has ever played In New York.
"The Japanese Nightingale" also enters
Its last two weeks tomorrow , night at
Many of the plays here are booked to
remain Indefinitely. Henrietta Crosman,
In "Sweet Kitty Bellalrs," seems to have
made a hit which will carry pver until
summer at Belasco's 'theatre. William
Gillette remains at the New Lyceum In
The Admirable crichton." as does
Marie Tempest at The Hudson in "The
Marriage or Kitty ana Kea Keatner"
at the Lyric. . -
FrlUl Scheff is still , drawing . very
large houses at the Broadway theatre.
where she. remains- over - the holidays.
The County Chairman" continues to do
a w. xaro-vnucs. xcg.
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a - large business ' at Wallack's ; at -- the
Herald Square theatre 'The Girl From
Kay's", will remain, and at the Garrlck
Fay Davis in "Whitewashing Julia" will
continue,-as will The New Minister" at
the American. - - - - s ...
, At the Majestic 3abes in Toyland" is
still as popular as ever with children,
and at tho New . Amsterdam "Mother
Goose" ts doing . a large business.
Charles Richman and Captain Barring
ton will be at the Manhattan , theatre
over the holidays. ' ,
Anna Held, In the splendid produc
tion of Richepln's play, "Mam'selle Na
polecn," begins its second week at the
Knickerbocker theatre- Monday night
when the original Rlchepln version will
be given. Mr. Zlegfeld has never made
a more elaborate production than this.
"Winsome Winnie" and Paula Edwardes
continues merrily at the Casino. .
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