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ENT Is at Jsst at an end. Social
. activities will recommence una
, week with iiew ylgor. aiter tlielr
i... .i Hnina ItMBer of Lent
deem that th season closes with Good
" Friday,, and that their vwara dls-
'solved with that day of special denial.
But othera regard Eaater morn a the
moat flUlng time for th new-found Joy
.. of. release. . -
. .v During th Lenten period thl year- H
;.; noticeable that many agreed to give
up time rather than money, and several
: asked their vicsr to dispose of it in tn
. way most advantaeeous to' th pari sn.
Workhouses and almshouse were) Visu-
d by many women who offered to reaa
ti th blind and infirm. Matinee. ut
V feted markedly. These wer the great-
. eat denial ttat the school krla ouV
conceive of, -'And "with "".C
' ' season threatening' to com to
-at any moment it muat ha ve been a
bttter penalty to hav looming consnt-
ly befor thrmlnd eyetha fw,u "
aom mstlne. Idol and to feel that she
could not add even a handclap.
' danger point Is past hi .';
.. .- ik..h ih. com nan y -may leave
WWII LIIUWBI1 ...w -
fter thl week, ' ? "t
, . Th week, ha bn ul ot lnfor"
affair for Btudent. Bom 6 tudent
or more wer horn ffora the University
of Oregon fori the Katr holiday, nnd
.luncheon and dinner e smajl evening-
gathering hav marked th famny
Teunfons. Mct of th J '
busy the greater part of th t m with
' tie inevitable chopping and tfUngof
.'I spring. A number of Portland girl i and
boys will add their nam t th ilstt
of Oregon graduate thlaPWg. . .
People ar ghminglo t"rtJ
, aelvea also in regardrto the High school
l- and academy graduate in Junfc - A
arg-HropUonlr bln. planned for
; th High echool claaa,. which Is glrm
X vry year y the alumni, and the acad
mL graduaus will' b nurtlnd by
some , of th ntructor. JPUn
being made for th an oul nlojr Pro.
- Th photographlo xhlblt salon at th
. new Museum of Art. which open tomor
, tow night, will be an vent in art clr-
,.iclesl .AU th dl'Py,,",, AT
' rVasoclatloh at" 'J"' "i"??...
Ith public, and th fact that thl mark
the opening of th museum as well will
probably Increase the. attendance. The
' ft laniav of Dhotograpnlo . work 1 - very
fine., an ha elicited much admiration
land not little urprU , whrvr lt
... ha gon. .'';!": ' - '""IT
A number- ot ouUof.towL.yfa!tory t-
tended th Wduatlng aercle of th
' "Unlvrlty of Oregon school of medlcln.
S iAmong th graduate were .everal trom
distant part of the Ut. Dr. Coffee.
. ; -f th North Paclf lo sanatorium. nter
V talned th ctoa .Maborately at dinner at
,th Commercial club Wednesday ven
!lng. Bpeecbe wer mad by the hot
. and prominent merooer.
tn. im announoed for- tn art
n..uiynr- tha after -
'Hnt seaaon. nd ar erowdinir J n.no
1 fast that hardly a brentMng
Tba.tofe for any, on who trie to attend
- :??m all. - Most'- '?-'ZS
.-. 'people' elob ar giving tbrr cloning
. dance tn thV neat two or Jhre wel.
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EVENTS OF THE WEEK. ;
" The te glvft t th Pntton bom
i ilatat Tuesday wa on ot m noav
!oynbl nnd -well attended of th. Hio.
r-The vooma presented a sprtng-llk ap
Jearnca with large bunch) at - whit
" nnd colore Miaow- in Tme-nd -boVfce,
Mr.. John W. Wauon nd ArJ.1-?"
TTpock reorlved the many
N i refrehmnU war served in the dining
room, where Mrs. Herman B. Burka and
- Mia Anna Rankin prealded. - An ecl--
lent program f music and Tending w
. .given. - Mis Camilla Hem played Cho
pin nocturo in F minor and ifav
Chamlnad.- Air Ball for .
- mi a. r. i i.u dinrTTM'h':
mar at th Opera.", and "An Irish-
woman' Deacriptlon.nf Hamlet, wer
well received. Airs.....
"Because i vot
' , a lmpl little encore number. "A Bunch
- ler1 vole showed to ,dvanta In
"When the Roses Bloom" (Louise Reich
' ardt) and Khoogey-Bhoo- (Grace May
I hew" In the duet "Hark to the Mando
lln- Parker, ber volo blnded plea-
ingly wltt Mr. .QIllett'. Th blind
-T-glrrWth . Mia Josephine Wet
,kin, added ft- rclttlon and .Mrs. .
' . Rosa,' alao of the home, gave a piano
' number.. Mis Anna Rankin gave
1 charming old English ballad. "Th Heart
That I Breaking for Thee," and re.
' sponged to an encor with Oaynof
-Slumber Bea." .Mra.-John F, Logan
. and Mr. King wer accompanists. While
V refreshment wer served a number of
. th women of th horn recited and
'oleyed for th guest. Plana r being
' Imade for th annual tea In June whleh
lis always, more elaborate, than - th
4 i 'monthly entertainments. ... ., , x i t :
x -t-.- - -;-",
, A merrr itudent crowd took advnnt.
V. aga of th lull in th.raln th first of
'the first of the week nd went on an
i ' '"Oregon" motoring party. In n company
iof om 0, Tuesday afternoon. Mlsa
" 'Lela Ooddard wa th hots and. her
: I guests wer a number of th UnlTertty
r Oregon students who were hom. for
' th Eaater holidays, a few alumni, ami
'"a few prospective student. Two Urge
'V motor cars wr filled, and th party
"ti'rodn all over th-clty on both lde of
the liver and caused no little attention
with th hug yellow pennants bearing
" th "U. ofO." and -"aregon" emblems.
- ' Mr. Henry W. Goddsd. , Mr. Timothy
4 'Wood and Mrs. Condon McCornicn.
. , chaperoned th party.' Oregon" Bong
H. B. LITT
POORTH, AND. .-U.
Suits, Cdstumes,and 5
J a c k e t s - received
'every dayr r.-.
Inspection invited. -
and4 yell war given, 'Those In the1
pirty were : Mr. and Mr. Henry W.
Goddird. P. an! Mrer Condon-McCor-nack.
lira. Timothy Wood. lea Lola
Ooddard. Alloe Bretherton. Ella Doble,
Mary Dale. Carolyn Benson. Mary Gray.
Grace Gray, Jean Gray, Jean Slauaou,
Sadie Noyea, Peart Luckey, Alloe Ben-eon.-
Lulu ' Holme, Henryett Lauer,
Miriam Van Water. . Imon Raftety,
France Oill, Florence YvaJrath.- Mil
dred Walralh, Ldna Church, BelO
Church, Stella Love (Honolulu). Clem
entine Cutler, Jeale Ooddard, and boa
ter Gibson, Harry Raffety, Seta Kerron,
Ernest Bean, Robert Rountree, Arthur
Leach, Richard Hathaway. Eliot. Hoi
comb, Lloyd Brooke,- Omar Blttner,
Richard Geary, - Arthur' Mears, , Ray
Goodrich Cart Ghormley,'. --' , ' .
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".' A.'' musical reception1 was" ' given fn
honor of Judce and Mrs. Bllnn, of Bac
ramento,, California, at the residence of
Mr. H. Mors,' on the east- aide, Friuy
evening. May M : The rcptlon-r6n
made a brilliant picture. -With colored
incandescent and.- elaborate costume,
Over ' J 00 ' guest were present. Mrs.
Mors wa oasis ted la rcrvlng by Mr.
Northrun. Mrs. W. A. Hoover and Mr.
C. Goodrich. Mr. ' Hoover presided at
the piano and played in solo, work and
aecomDantraent with' artistic finish. . A
mandolin auartet added to the enjoy
ment, and delicious refrhmnta - were
erved. . i'''-s . ': ' '
The hostess wa elaborately owned
in Uvender silk, with hand-painted
trlmminn., and .wore diamonds. f afr.
Northrup wore pale-green silk, daintily
amhroldared -with Dink- rosebuds.- and
her OTnamenta wera peartK MfHoo
ver wa in lemon silk, embroidered with
blue forget-me-nots nd wor auunonas.
Mrs. Ooodrlch wa In old-ro chiffon
and wor rubies. ; ;.-.'; , -
. On- Friday : evening the : ' lto -City
Gle club gave another of their, enter-
taming parties in honor or me newij
elected officer at the residence of Wal
.... trinkart: 11 Eaat Ninth street. North.
The evening wa spent with whist, after
Which refreshments were served. Those
present were: ' - Th Ml ; Elisabeth
Ti,mr Nellie IClckert. JSdlth Schmeer,
ThaTOrac Naylor. KUDy sucaen. may
Marion Brldgeford. Lena Hoyt, Marion
Thnmnaon. Messrs. K. Haworth. R, TO,
Wilde P. Walker Waiter -Hoyls,. WaU
ter Klrkert L. WUllarav tu . ioyie.
Charles Hewitt. C "Evan. C R. Cook,
n M smith. Tom Thomas, A. Houston.
tk.w n.t' 6ertr will" be a1lrn at th
"horn of A. Houston,-Ti Washington
treei, aoureuajr. . ,
-' The PorUla clufr wa entertained at
the horn of Mr. fend Mr, i-r. -iara.
ts. East Sixteenth. ' street. North, on
1 TKurn- w.tilna-- Progressive -whist
mi mavea uunm nm
evening, after which buslnes meeting
was held to prepare for th club en
tertainment In th summer month. De
licious punota. tad - refreshments- were
served.' Thoa present wer: Mr. and
un il l. Mauahtou.-Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
Miller. Mr. and Mr.,N..Paln. Mr. and
Mrs. R. A. 'Woodburn. ' Mr. and Mrs.
L. .P. Clark. MU lne Evana, Mis
Clara Hughe;-Ml Lt Oarretaon, -Ml
w. Shield. Mies Carrie BUpe Q.i N.
Marshall. A-'J!-' Hastings, U P. Thorn
ton, J. M. Bheetsf William Leonard. R.
aTsAOnW-iA- -;.A'W;.! r.:v..-.4
Last Thursday svenin oiimm sum
West entertained delightfully in an in
format manner In hooop of -Mlnr Ann
Dllchburn,- who baa just returned from
a winter U NewTork- fseveral of th
Omega Nu girls formed th party, nnd
oe waa played Miss XMtchbum and
Mia Mildred Walrath 'won th prises.
A dainty menu wa aerved at the card
teblea. A number f young men earn
in later In the evening. The girl jifc.
tertalned beside .th . guest of honor
wera: Miss Elsl Lyon. Misses Flor
ence and Mildred Walrath. Ml Alio
KUllnasworth. Miss Daisy Dean, Mis
Margaret O'Connor. . Misses Lillian and.
Tha Tueadav Afternoon club met thl
week at th hom of Mrs. H. B. Hudaotif
U77 Flak atreat. v.Th subject ot study
for th . afternoon waa th "Renal
anc," and th program wa announced
by the boate a follow:, "Cause and
Condition at Tim of th Renalaaanoe."
Mr. O. M. Glin; ' "Contemporary Llt
eratne ef Italy. Germany, Franc and
England" Mrs. A: Crofton Mrs Robert
Bmlth. Mr. F. M. MlleA and Mral Ju
lia Caatr. ' Th houa waa, tastefully
decorated with flower and evergreena,
and dainty refrhmnt wer- served.
Th next meeting will be held with Mrs,
Otto Hlrach. 141 Sixth street, near Lin
coin, on Tuesday, April SI, ll:lt o'clock.
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Mrs. L. Bt Taylor; an Oregon pioneer
of 1112. spent a very enjoysbl dinner
hour Sunday. April t. with Mr. and. Mrs,
C 1U Pcnnell and family, In honor of
her seventy-frrst birthday. -Mr. Tay
lor started across th plain with her
first husband, Mr. Hadlock. from Illi
nois early in list, arriving In Oregon
City six month later where they resided
for II year, at which tlm they moved
to thl city, where h now reside. .Mr.
Hadlock died about If years after reach
ing Oregon. After 10 ye re abe mar
rled Mr. Taylor, wno. i aeao. ,
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;.Mr. ' and Mr. F. A. Blfelley enter
tained th Joker Card club at it last
meeting of th eerie laat week. Prix
at flv hundrad for the evening wer
awarded Mr McMillan nnd R, E. Smith,
prises 'for- th season's highest scores
Uarr awarded Mrs. C O. Smith and T
J.. Cleeton. A number or compliment
ary meetings will be given within th
next few weak by club member. Mr.
and Mr. H. N. Lacy, of 76 Irving
street, will entertain, Tuday, April il,
- Eureka Council. 104. K. L. of 8., gav
th sixth of It eerie of prise whist
contest laat Monday evening. - Mr. C
Eef and Fred C King won th first
prise and Mrs. L. D. Fseney and s. H.
Breakenkamp, second prise. Th sev
enth and laat of th aerlee will b given
May II at Auditorium hall when th
season prises will be awarded. ,
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MrJ. Charles Rosenfeld entertained
the Whist club very charmingly Friday
afternoon at her home, II North Eight
eenth treU. -Very hsndsom prise
were awarded Mr.' Llpman and-Mr.
Julius 1m Melar. A dainty tete-a-tete
luncheon -wa rvd.. .
Th marriage of Mlsa Edith Alio Col
llnson to Herbert F. Kerron waa cele
brated last Wednesday evening at . th
hom of-th biide parent, Mr. and
Mra. Thomaa Colllnaon, 1 Hi . Eaat Fif
teenth atreot nortt. The Rev. W. h.
Mareott offlcmted.-The hom waa vary
.itw wtta tha raaotlon Mnmi In araan
and Whit;' quantltle of fruit bloaaom
and dogwood were used. Mis. Inga
Hanaen attended the brld and.Arthur
Kerron wa groomsman. Little Barn
Colllaon, the bride- nephew, was rlpg
bearer. I ; '. " ."''
, ' WEDDINGS, ; .V ;
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The' grand opera In Ban Franolscol
Well, grand Prn Is th word, for that
1 what it wa in Very wayrtlt.
Orchestra, conductors and operas. . v ' .
Parsifali was given mree time; th
flrat' with. Nordic aKndryand th
other two performance with Frematadt.
Of eourae. much curiosity waa evinced
in Frematadt, because she waa new. to
Ban Francisco. Both are magmnceni.
and I cannot praise one at' the expepse
of th other. Nordics a nrrn tonea were
thrilling, whll Fremstadt'4 beautiful
low tonea were Indeed -erreciwe. 'uni
1 cannot imagine a1 greater all-rouna
Wagnerian ' singer than Madam Mor-
dloa. - Bh .1 superb in all her role.
Framstafdt. ther' sav. la - a wonderful
Carmen. Bhe gave ua only Kundry, but
that- proved her a great artist.
t Burgstaller, surely th legitimate suc
cessor of Jean V Reaxk in Wagnerian
opera, wa th Parsifal, and "mora tntn
satisfied everybody, with his great act
ing and -hi lovely vole. , Hi vry
performance brought forth a perfect
ovation. There wa a host. o. splendid
male . singer. Van Rooy, . an Ideal
Amforta in "ParslfaL" , gained - w
laurel a Han Bach tn "Die Melster
lnger"f Oorlts. a great baritone and'fc
great actor.' won everybody by hi sing
ing of th prologue in "I Pagllaccl," He
I';"-. V. i-'''YS-'.i ; -MUSICIANS,
!Mr'Fltehr Linn, Soprano.'
U Th bride1 "wa gonrned in, whtt . llk
net over taffeta and carried Brld rose
buds in howr.- Her maid of honor wer
pink chiffon ovea-sllk and oarrte. Png
Brldeemald bud. The pes was CM la
white. Mordaunt A. Goodnough played
th wedding march. ' '. -'-.' '
An informal recaption followed nnd re
freshments . wer served In th dining
MMK. ' Th. tahla dano rations war in
pink, green and whit, .trailers of ami
lax falling from splash bow of whit
tull and pink candle and shad light
ing th table. Mr. and Mrs. Kerron left
for a shost .trip south and will be at
ham to their friend after May It, In
their new hom on Waacp street, in
Holladay Park. - ." , V
Th Salem paper of laat Thursday
hav the i fnlr-mlnr from Brooas con-
"Th moat brilliant wedding of th
a.aann waa tha f Of Mia Nellie HOVer.
th pnly daughter of William Hoover of
thla nlaee. no Floyd la Craft of Portland,
at th hom ot th brld at noon.:
"Jnat'at IX .o'clock th bridal party.
which had formed in th drawing-room
ot th bride's . horn, moved into the
pretty . llttl parlor, which bad' been
taetef ully decorated tor th occasion. .
-- "Th bridal march wa - from Lonen
rln.: anil V waa nlayed by Ml Wlnnl
Craft, a iter of th groom. Th bridal
party wa met oy wi. . wj"
pastor of th M. E. church, who nro
nounoed th young coupl husband nnd
wife. : ,-- .. -.'.". "
-The. brld wa irowned In a hand
some creation of white silk, trimmed
with point lace, and w attended by
Mia Edna Barrett or rortiano, wno wore
a cream (mm. beautifully trimmed.
Both carried bouquet of whit roaea.
Th groom was attended by hlg brother.
Archie Crart. or romana. ,
"After th eeremonle a sumptuous
wedding breakfast waa served to- th
llttl party of relative 'and elos
friend of th contracting coupl who
wer present The tnclude Mr,-and
Mr. William Hoover. Mr. and Mr. R.
W. Nusome. Mr. and Mr. CA. Hoover,
RV and Mrs. T. F. Royal. Mr. and Mr.
John Rtddlnger. Mr. and Mr. A. W.
Nusome. Mr. and Mrs.' Durkheimerr the
Misaea Helen and Mlrtan LouU. Karlton
Durkhelmer. Mr. -and Mrs. H. A. Craft,
Portland: Ml Wlnni Craft. Portland!
Miss Edena Barrett,- Portland;- Archie
Craft. Portland, and Mra, O. Ia LoveH,
Pendleton. "' -'. . ',"' ' . -
"Th bridal coOpl war th recipient
of numerous and handsome wedding
present." ' ' -"..-'::' ;';'r--
A wedding of prominence tn Mount
Tabor ," took place Wednesday vnlng
when Mlaa Edvth R. MeOowan and
Jamea A. Borkin were marrled-t-th
hom of th bride parent. Mr ana
Mrs, I. MeOowan. North Mount Tabor.
Rv. William E. Randall, of Central
Baptist church, officiated. . About 10 of
tha relative and Intimate friend wer
p recent. ' -.'..':-';.''
Th room ' wr pretty In green and
whlt-nmll.--lvy-nd flowering- dog
wood arranged M an artistic background
for the brldal.partyTha bride' aiater,
Mlaa Blanche, waa at the piano, and
WrmrCntrt" J-Rdyl ang--'0.- Promise
Me." -Only th llttl nlec or tn oriae,
Nellie Poon, ttndd ber, and aha
was dstnty in white Wwn.Th brld
wor whit Uk organdie over silk and
parried Bride rose. Her sister. Ml
Edna, caught tha bridal bouquet
- An Informal .reception-followed, and
refreshments wer served in the dining
room, wher smllnx was th Ubl deco
rations - Mrs. .Harry . MeOowan, , Mr.
Ollv Holt Mr. Bteven. lln , Fred
Rutledgo and Misses Blanche and Edna
MeOowan aerved th guest. .
Mr. and Mra. Bo tain will be at hom
In May to their friend, in their new
hom at Mount Tabor- . '; ' .
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--Mlsa - Lillian - Gallagher" daughter of
Mr. and Mr. Mr J. OaJlagner. ot Ban
croft avenue, of this city, waa married
, Wednesday, April It, St Los Angeles,
GOATJD OrZHA HEARD BY MRS. WALTER. RE2D
became on of the shining Stars of th
seaaon .an he ahowed ua Baekmeaaer in.
"Pie Meiateralnger"- and . Dr. Falk in
"Die Fledermaua. Relaa. Dlppel, Sootti.
Blaaa, Journet, Muehlmann all mad up
great casta. , "--"
.Madam Sembrich la without a'au
perlor in coloratura work And auch a
delicious quality of vole. ' In such roles
aa Lucia. . Marguerite d .Valols ln''Les
Huguenots" -and Gllda In' VRIgoletto"
she had full acop for 'her wonderful
execution. The lessee stars were Bella
Alten, . Marguerite Lemon , and Louise
Homer and they all shone brightly In
their different roles, Kotoer often shar
ing honor. with Nordica and Bembrlch.
And Caruso! Ban Frsnclsco la Caruso
mad- And no wonQer." He Is surely th
tenor of thl ag. HI singing of 'La
Donna. Mobile" in Rigxletto'; wa the
most ', perfect . thing ' In ' singing . that - I
hav ver. heard. Uvery . note was . a
genu Hi' vole is 'full,- clear, wringing
and absolutely without effort.. '-And hi
acting 1 quit aa great. Of course, hi
work In the other opera called for mora
dramatlo power, 'but for exquisite -sing
lng: I never expect to near again th
eauar of . hi Lev iJonna Mobile,
Caruso,- wss encored, again, and again.
AT THE HOBART- CURTIS TEA
MtWAwiev Selkirk Norton. Contralto.;
Calif ornia'to Wllllam: K."Empey of Bac-1
ramntA. Tha brida naa of ten. visited
re men to. The brld Aa .of ten.vtsiwa
la Lo iAngler -wher sh met Mr.
Empey on on of her former visit, and
ha a number of 'friend who .war pres
ent at -th wadding. Th ceremony, "a
quiet one, waa performed In St. Paul's
Kplaeooal chapel by Rev. M. Wilklna.
Th brld waa attended by Mia Maggl
Sullivan. ; Who , ha been her hoetee
during her former visit. ." Mlsa . Sulli
van wor a dainty whit organdie, and
th. brld was . gowned In ehampagn
voile. Mr, and Mr. Krapey went. to
Paaadena )n ..their wedding Krrp, -and
will b at hom after May 1 In Bacra-
mento, y.,,, , ;,V.S..", v
Willie JL Platta, formerly, lieutenant
of th Second-Oregon volunteer, and
Miss Bessie, Garth Kelly, both of this
February II. Mr. and Mra. Plat la will
reside In Manila for a year before re
turning to tha states, aa th former
Oregon 'jrolunteerl employd 'nsov
emraenjt 'service. . r .
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"Miss Clara Adama of Santa Ana, Cali
fornia, and Herbert Cleaver of Cald
well. Idaho, wer. married in thl city
last week. After a abort visit ' with
friend here they left for Idaho, where
they will mak their future home.
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At th residence of Rev.' T. L. Eliot,
S2T . Weat Park street, Mis Jessie
Dolores Clopton was married to Thomas
W. 'Taylor. Th brld is th daughter
of Mr. and Mra. L. W. Clopton. of 887
Madlaon tret. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor
will ride In PortUnd, . f .
Mrs. Roa Bloch-Bauer will ' alng a
number of Shakaapcar song:' at - th
Bhkepear evening - of - the People'
forum thl evening. ..Among them will
be Schubert's "Hark. Hark, th Lark,"
and Parker' "I Know a Bank Where
th Wild Thyme Grow." At th Eaater
service thl morning at th First Con
gregational church she 1 will - sing "I
Know That My Redeemer LI veth."
which haa almost becrime a regular part
of th Eaater , program. Many , think
her vole ahow to better advantage in
thia than in any of her other onga. ; ;
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- The moaical depertme'nt'of' the Port
land Woman's club mat Thursday after
noon' last at th residence of Mrs. O.
B. DenrUaon. ' Th following -officer
wer . elected: ' President, Mrs. Fv M.
Brarlch; -vice-president, Mrs. O. . B.
Thornton; ecrtary. Mrs. E. C. Frost;
treasurer, Mrs. George C. Flandsrs. Th
next meeting ot the club will be with
Mrs." P. ILFlynn,-T7-Northrup slieeL
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"Hsrold Milllgan. organist of Calvary
Presbyterian church, returned Thursday
from New Tork, where - he spent th
past six months in study under Pro
feesoK Willlsm Carl and at th Virgil
piano school. . During hi abaeno hi
plac haa been supplied by -Mlsa-Margaret
Lamberaon. . Mr. Milllgan will re
sume M positiantodiyi - r".;-
; w w .;.'.,.'"
At last week's meeting of th Tuesday
Afternoon Mualc club at Mra. Walter
Reeds studio, the following program
waa given: "A' Memory" : (Park).. Mies
Lillian Croasmsn: - "Der , Nussbaum"
tflchurmsnn), Mia All Mulford;
"Night and Morn" (Met calf), Mia Doro
thy HI neks; "Dying Roa" iTunteon),
Mlas Allc Juston.. ..
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" 'The Trebl Clef club will assist st
tha recital to be given Saturday. April
tt, for- Mrs. Walter Reed's pupils, by
Miss Evelyn Hurley and Mra. 8usl
Oambell-Whltehuret, ; who hav re
dently returned from study n th eaat.
E. E. Coursn - wUh" ' accompany 4h
All the Thursday Afternoon cUb
meeting at Mr.' Roe ; Bloch-Bauer'. a
Ikon Mlas Anna Week's deep contralto
i; MUSICAL NOTES. I
and every time he gave that wonderful
cadenaa at the end, ravs 'Durst out
anew. VIgne,. in conaucror, nnany
started the ' orchestra and simply would
not rv wayvto th audience, so it had
to stop"spplaudlng. , ....--..
Mr. Herts wss.th Wagnerian conduc
tor" and " proved hlmaelf equal- to hi
great task. Th orcneaira oi men
played aa one. :. wnat -a.nne orcneaira
that Metropolitan opera nous band of
mustctana is! And th chorus- was such
a rood on, it nao . so mucn amicun
music to sing, and It did It so well, ana
ws always aweet In tone. - The chorus
of - th f lower maiden In "Parsifal"
waa on of the 'features of th aeaaon.
not only -for the splendid rendition that
was riven by th 10 -women (all good
alnaers. but for the wondrous beauty
of the composition and th orchestration
in all it lntrlcaclea. That .alone waa
worth th trip. It is th most beautiful
plee - of concerted , work : for. women'
voice that I nav ever nearo. v- TJ
Bo, .with all the treajt singers, the
conductors Vlgne, Herts and Franko
th splendid orchestra and chorus.- and
"Parwlfal," "Dla Mltrlnger," "La
Glooonda." "Rlgoletto,-, "Lea Hugue
nots," -."I Pagllaccl," . "DJ Teldermans."
It waa a feast 'Of mnalo that fully re
paid any musio-lover for traveling many-l
mile to. bear. - ' ' .
M2m Htlen MwEwan, PUnigte.
waa near to advantage tw Schubert'
I "Erlklng" ' and Frans "Au - Meinem
in German. .
Sh gavs - both
At th meeting of the Toung Women's
Christian association last Sunday after
noon at the Whit Temple. Mrs. Olga
Barisch-Lang eangWhy Will Be Don-'.'
(afarston), and her deep contralto vole
was much admired.' '",-,- . ' .s !.
' - -f - fr' r.
- Mr. Walter Reed haa returned trom
ber trip to San Francisco, wher sh
attended th grand opera. Sh will alng
th Went Creator" at St. Mary's cathe
dral this morning In th Easter service.
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Mrs. Anna 'Selkirk Norton, contralto,
will alng "O Rest ' in th Lord." from
th Elijah (Mendelssohn),' thla.. morn
ing at Calvary Presbyterian Easter per-.
-yfoay? xl-'-n-ailin-na. I ) I T
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Mis Grac Gilbert and -Mr. Reno
Hutchinson wilt be th soloists at th
women's maa meeting at tha White
Tempi thl afternoon. : . -
Th Knights Templar, Oregon--eom-mandery
No-'l, will attend vnaong at
St. David' Episcopal church thl even
ing. Easter day is this year on St.
George'e day, England's national saint,
and the patron of the Knighta of th
Garter.-i one' of th world' grandest
order of chivalry. Ther is therefor
a special appropriatenea In the asso
ciation of tho tw ancient orders. A
special hymnn win tm sung ror th
Knights, snd th organ prelud will be
Liast "March of tha Crusaders." which
Introduce an old crusader' hymn of
th 11th-century. 1 " '
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The San Greaf-Endeavor -met at th
First Presbyterian church last Monday
evening in it regular'monthly business
and i social meeting; tt new members
wer .rolved. . Th natter part of .the
evening wa spent socially, an' animal
drawing and guessing contest furnish
ing, much amusement. The first prta
u awarded Mlaa Winters and . the
twmh nrtaa to. O. T. Settlemeyer. - Re
freshments, ' including animal - cookie,
wer served in th dining-room. . . ' "
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TheDux Chriatun Reading circle of
"Mlspah Presbyterian church met last
Monday with Mrs. J. M. C. Miller at
Woodstock. Mrs.-Max Shlllock and Mrs.
Miller furnished very pleasing vocal se
lections and th tudy hour waa very
profitably pent.- A social hour xoi
lowed. Th next meeting will be wttb
Mrs.-Charles Thorns on-Division and
East" BlxleentB gtrests. J- .r. 1 "4 1
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The Ladies Pleasant Afternoon elub
Of Central Baptkt church was enter
talned last Wednesday by-Mrs. IT, S.
Blakney at her residence. Itf Bast
Stark street. Miss Morford. city mis
sionary for tha Baptist church, gay an
lnteirtlns-talB n- hvt: work among
th Chinese. Mrs. Simon sang. -Dainty
refreshments wer served. ;
Th last of a eerlea of at homes, given
by th Scottish Rite Masons during
th winter win b held at their cathe
dral. Morrison and Lownsdal streets,
next . Thursdsy evening. Thee enter
tainment ar open to aU Scottish Rite
members, their sons and women friends.
The commute In charge stlmates there
will be an attendance exceeding that of
any preceding ball and-hav already, ar
ranged for th latest and best musle
from p. m. until U. Special ar
rangement hv -also -heen-mada with
tha street railways "TO-un-eara until a
late hour. Aald from dancing ln the
snacloua ball room, there will be cards
Mn th card room, and refreshments wiU
be served. No expense ha been spared
to. make these at homea success, nnd
Invitations have been sent to member
In adjacent towns to Join In the Onal eh- 1
tertalnment. T It I -expected therw will I
be at least 400 tn attendance at th nnai
entertainment. ' ' ;
. A pleasant dance waa given at Ports
mouth last Tuesday -evening by the
Narcinaua club.-a popular social organ
isation 'Of that ,uburh, The club colors,-'
purple - snd ' gold.- were-- made th
color scheme In the decoration. Purple
lilac filled hug baskets grouped about
the orchestral plat form. ad hung on the
wall. ' Crepe paper streamers of gold
were festooned ' about the hall. Punch
waa served, th patronesses wera Mrs.
D. C. Hoyt. Mr. 0. G. Howe and Mr.
Z.: A. Leigh, th committee having the
arrangement In. hand 'being Mlsa Iv-uei
Hoyt-MIa . Julia t Nash, R. '- E.1 Cain.
About 100 people were In attendance
and Everest' orchestra 'of Portland fur
nished th mutllc. ? v- '.:'' Vf ' ' "
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Th A Volant club of young peoplo
will give' their dance Tuesday. May .1.
and the Gee To . Rans the- following
Thursday. -On Friday, May I. th 10
club glve da'Hc, and on Saturday the
Fraternity club of the nign scnoo win
entertain.. ; .' '".' , ' v ? r - -
The Leclconlah girl . will give . the
last dance of their series at Parsons'
hall next Friday -evening. The . club
members ar at is naset uean. siisb r
lets Ward,, Mlas Helen' Brlgham and
Mlaa Croaaman. r , , '. '..
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Th Maannlc lodge,. Order of Eastern
"Vtnr:.oX. Qregonj:itjr. wHlalyea l bell
Wadnaaday,. May -1, which many -Portland
people will-attend.) Mrs. Lynn, E.
Jne 1. In charge of .arrangements.
The Eagle at Oregon City will give
their annual ball "tonforroWT: evening,
which will be. one of the biggest affairs
of the season. Thre. cara- hav been
chartered tt or ' Visitor from Portland,
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Th Elk festival of thl week wilt
occasion mnch - soctsl 'activity. : Th
occasion lssts from May 85- to 'May 19,
and every night there will be dancing.
Th date of the Hill military academy
Loommencement hop la May . ,- ...
The nrtnelple event of. the after-lent
eeason: every year le the tea given by
th board of th -Old Ladle' nome, Eas
ter Monday at the ' Hobart-Curtla. It
ha become auch. a fixed event that no
f pre-empting that date for
tny other social event and society turn
ut in full force to attend, -r-The recep
tion commute, ror tomorrow aitemoon
consists of Mr. P, J. Mann, president;
Mis ' Edith . Nicholson, ' vtce-preeldent.
Direction Lbis Steers
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Saturday Evening, .April 29tlr
PRICES Loer floor, except last t rows,, it. 0; last rows. H-fH.
Balcony, nrst a rows. 1.S0: second t rows. 1.0: last 4 rows, 7o,
k Gallery, reserved, Itf--Box,, $11.60, - Log, tla.9. . .'
Sale : of seats THURSDAY, April 27. at 10 a. m. '
' OUT-OP-ToNwi ORDERS MOST BH ACCOMPANIED BT CHECK.
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, Vv.;' 1905 - ModeL" -- y'-
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2 We offersdme remark
MUST GO to makejroom for our iw ecocj
; .which will drive early in IZzy.
i Curs b a Cr.a r:
and . Mrs. Solomon "Hlrach. ' Th ' av '
bers of -the board will act aa per or
hoatessea. - -An excellent musical pro-"
gram will be riven under the direction
of M rev-Fletcher Linn, sad te will bo '
served by a number ef young women. .
The. musical number will b given
tn th following order: Piano numbers: '
"Th Butterly" (Etude de Concert).
Mis Helen MacEwan; "All Through th "
Night" (Welsh Folk Song) :-"Drink 'to ,
Me Only With Thin Eyee" (Oid Kns
llsh), W. O. Hodadon. Group, of 8 wee).
Ish - songs:-' '. VA - Summer Night! t A.
Goring Thomaa), "It -.Was s Dram"
(C o. Hawley), Juaay Anna von ny
denaward. , Song -Selected, Dr, W. M. .
Campbell: violin number. Scene de Bal- . .
let (de Berlot), i Anton xairo; : viu--nurag"
- (Schumann), ; "Spring Song".
(Mendelssohn). aire, netcaer '4.inni.
Chanson da Florins" (Oodard). Speak;
Music" (Elgor).' Mrs,, Anna, Selkirk Nor v,
ton. . ' -: '' ":n'
;-v j .-ft ft- .ur ... :
James 0. 1 .' Burnesa. Frederick; VT.'
Goodrich snd Dr. Sellwood, of St. Da-'
vtd's church, ar planning a May party
te be given at th Woodman of th
World ball.. My; 1. Th event promise
to be very elaborate, and will be patron-, .
Ised by Mrs." George B. Van. Water a.
Mra. Whitney U Boise Mrs. J. W. Oa-
non. Mrs. J. M. Mobre, Mr. Walter F.;.'
Burrell. Mrs. B. Jpi. Joaephl snu Mrs. w.
f -r if - '-' '' ' ; ';
Lincoln Garfield corps No. It. W. R.,
C. will giVe an entertainment -rueaoay,
evening, April tt. at O. A. R. hall, See-j
ond and Morlaon streets. ' Profeaaor
Rasmus of th Western academy win
assist with th program.' Refreehraentav
KUl-J-Seryed.... - -;.--.' '": - ''- '
Th closing axerelses of tha tndtis-; -trUl
achool of th.Womn' union willt-
be held next -Friday afternoon at th
hall of . Seventh atreet. Thj school 11
under-th direction of Mrs. jun aio
Mtllan Ordway. . 'V , I ...
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At he meeting of th Woman's club:
next. Friday Jn th Knight of Pythla.
KaU Professor A. C. NewlU will lecture
on "SbakeapMr and HI Contempora-
rlea.r The program Is in charg of th
English literature department. ,
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' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lurtk Tutvo,
moved Into their home. 27 -Eleventh!
street, which has been remodelled. Thy.
ar now at homo to their friend. ... J
i;:STrUY.Brrs.;; , j
Th Ban Francisco. Call of April ltJ
says concerning a number of Portland!
people who attended th grand opera Inj
th city: "Mr. and Mrs. E. J. d Hart.,
Mr. and Mra. John C. Alnsworth. aU of
Portland.-Or haver boon la town for the.
open, season. Th latter are visiting
(Continued on Pag Twenty-five.)
and Wynn Coman.
Sir i n g 1905 Styles .
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