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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL. TORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 13. 1S07.
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THIS . I. a. tar Htwn but not In'
Portland. Society folk who have
'- not, gons away for the lummar
'. . week are resting- at their hones
.with no social dutisa to attend
to. and aa Unbroken quiet prevail. At
the beach and tha springs there la
. gaiety enough and to spare. Horse
back tiding la becoming mors and more a
popular beach occupation and enthusias
tic equestrians find their war from ana
.beach to another and enjoy the beautl-
, ful rides. At Oearhart Park tha pretty
. links keep many busy and tha green. Is
dotted constantly with devotees. Burf
bathlpg, agata hunting, clam digging,
bonfire, exploring part lea, boating, and
canoeing share equal honors for the re
maining hours, and those who spend
rnurn time Indoors have taken with
them their bridge scores and sre build
ing them up to a greater height.
Bepiemoer i wiu see a large nunnr
' rif the outers returning to town to pre
pare for the winter season. Many girls
, must be prepared far their return to
: college and those who go to California
university are already packing up.
The .coming winter promisee to be
a gay one in respect to theatricals and
musical offerings. A complete schedule
of the Helllg attractions has not been
made un yet but the arrangements so
far show more than the usual number
of good things. The Bteers-Coman
music series has not been made publlo
but they promise some excellent at
tractions and will soon bo able to tell
their patrons about them.
: A number of the houseboats that have
been moored on Ross Island and on the
franks of the Willamette aa far up as
OswVgo are beginning to return with
their summer burdens, for even though
the day a continue warm and aunahlny
the evenings, are cool on tha witir. .
Friday night was Commercial elub
night at tha Rock Island club and
there waa an unusually large attend
ance. Tha, attraction of tha evening
was the first publlo appearance In
Portland of Mrs. Katberlna Krteg Mo
Cord, soprano, whose splendid voice
aroused -. unbounded enthusiasm. .Mrs.
McCord Is a graduate of tha Royal Con
servatory of Muala of . Lelpsle and Is
a German by birth. She -has a good
operatic- record behind her, though she
has given up her operatic work alnce
her marriage. . She has toured the ooun
try with the Conreld and Pike Opera
It la a real pleasure to hear Mrs
MoCord sing for aha so thoroughly en
joys her work.. Her method Is German
resembling tha atyla , of ; Bchumann-
Jlelnk and Gadskl, with its fervor and
ease combined with dignity. . She sings
without affectation and haa a fine star
presence. Her program- Friday was
jnade up of light airs but they abowed
the volume, range and dramatlo poasi
bllltlee of her voice so that her hear
rs enthusiastically hoped for a sec
ond concert appearance before long In
which she may do bigger work. She
was ably accompanied by Dr. Em 11
JOnna. the Danish pianist,' who haa re
cently . come from Denver to open a
The attendance was large and num
bered many prominent people and the
evening was one o the social sucoesees
of the club. Among those present were
Jr. and Mrs. D. H. Rand, Mr. and Mrs.
W, C. Knighton, Jerrv Bronaugh, "vVlll
L. Morton, Miss Llnley Morton, Miss
Imoaene Raffety, Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge
a Rodger, Mr. snd Mrs. W. D. Dea
ver, Fred A. Krlba, Mrs. K. Chapman,
Jamea WendeL Miss Helsn Rosen f aid,
Charles Rosenfeld. W. R. Ellis. W. J.
!ionard. Mlaa C. Stipe, Mlsa Madeline
Orsy. Mlsa Vlda L. Marshall. J. P. Has-1
Mrs. Philip N." Moor of St. Lou la, Mlstonrl.
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Mrs. William Cavanagb, Mr. i nd Mrs.
H. K. Harris. Wllllsra Dieting. J. a.
Bwenson, Mark Roberts, W, B. Zimmer
man, w. j. Zimmerman, w. 4. Siemens,
W. J. Lvona. H. H. fihelton. Mrs. J. A.
Allen. Miss Anna O'Brien, Charles
Btern, Mlsa Marahall, Mrs. A. hi. net
son nf New York. Miss Madeline Fen
ton, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Prael. Dr. and
Mra J. R. Wetherbee. Mr. and Mrs, J.
H. McClung. Mlas Ina McClung, II. W.
Bkinnar. Mra M. Oardner. Mr. and Mrs,
J. K- Krausse. Mr. , and Mrs. F. E.
Beach, Miss Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge
W. Hasen, , Mr. ana-Mrs. k. u. jretiv
of Pittsburg. Mr. and Mr. W. D. Den
ver, Miss Allen, F. I Purse, W. W.
Durham. Miss .Alda Broiishton. Miss
Llna K. Turnbow, Walter Mayo, Mr. and
Mrs. lewta M. Head, Mr. ana Mrs. J
O. Hawthorne, Mr. and Mra.- Richard M.
McCa.nn. J.r Arthur Osburn. Mra. H J.
BelL Mr. and Mrs. EL Cederbersh. Mr.
and Mrs. O. B. Helnts. Mlns Linn Helnta.
Mra Al Helnta. Mr. and Mrs u. u. car.
ler, I II a. Aimnuer, jnr. ,nuj mtrm.
H. H. Judge Dr. P. A. TruUIngerMls
LiOCKWooa, Mr, tj. v. nana oi tjnioago,
rt. A. Orlawold. Miss Ethel Goodman.
R. C. Hart, Mrs. W. B. Walker of Hong
Kong, Chins, 4. v. Banns or cnicsgo,
Major and Mra. T. C. Goodman, Mr. H
A Boalna. James D. Haut. Geore-e J,
Kelley. Miss Cora O. Dot Mis Mettle
A. Kelley, Auguat Flemona, Mr, and
Mr. F, C. Austen, E. B. Colwell. I. C
Mamer, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Hali .
Mrs. Philip -N. Moore of St Iula
Missouri, will bo a distinguished guest
In Portland next week. She la now vis
iting at Banff In British Columbia, and
expects to arrive hero about Saturday
to be at tha Portland for a few days.
Mrs. Moore has a goodly Una of offices
to her credit, but moat signal among
them; are tha first vice-presidency of
the General Federation of Women's
clubs and the presidency of tha National
Association of Collegiate alumnae., Her
college Is. Yasser and she la one of the
three alumnae regents bf that Inatitu
tlon. Mr. Moore Is a wealthy anlnins
man ana Mrs. Moore is tsKinc tni
trip over the coast for plessure. She
will so rrom nere to California.
tarir in the weea" an elaborate re
ception win do given Mrs. Moore by the
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Julius V, 8eylet ' ... .
mf1'""'l!!f'",m"1l ", n,r art "'nu'"e and flnlned. Her
-'S': i Ml II personal rwiuiMcenri ox McilHi. Ne
u, r.ftin, inn omvri or ine great
Marchesi's Illustrious pupil are inter
estlng. Monday afternoon Mr. Dletrtck sang
Informally for a few frlemt at the
home of Mrs. Edward Alden Ileal, and
charmed with her aonga.
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I Mra Frederick Jacobs entertained1 In-
formally Thuraday with bridge. Among
nera guests were Mrs. C. F. Adams.
Mra. Alma Kata Mlas Frances War
ren, Miss Grace Warren, Mra Sherman
of Salt Lake City Mlas Llela Klielby,
Miss Madolelne Mawry of Cincinnati,
Mlsa Frank M. Warren, Mia Ruth
Cranston, and Mrs. George F. ItussolL
' Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Skinner, who have
been popular guests at Elton Court th
paat three months, left Wednesday for
California. ' They have been prominent
in aoclal affair at the Court and enter
tained charmingly with an evening of
bridge In honor of their wedding anni
versary prior to their departure.
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Miss Josephine Smith is visiting Mr.
Edwards at her ranch, at Hay Creek.
Mrs. Edwards 1 the charming English
woman who spends a good dwil of time
In town as the guest of Mrs. Milton W,
Smith and Mra. Walter F. Burrell. , ,
Mis Fanny Louts Barber "has re
turned from a six" weeks' visit In Cali
fornia. She was entertained part of th
time by Mis Lucy Lombardy of Berke
ley, who left Portland with her parents
about a year ago to reside In California,
' Miss Kathleen Lawler who ha been
a guest of Mrs. W. M. Meserve of
Grays River, Washington, for the paat
monm, win spena a ween at ins jawier
Sottage, Centervllle, Long Beaoh, before
er return to the city on September 1.
- Mr. and Mrs. Oustav Simon returned
th latter part of the. week 'With their
little daughter, Mlsa Helen, from a few
have taken the Leroy H. Parker house
on jiing a xieigni ior tn winter,
The Rev. Joseph McConnell, general
missionary of the diocese of Los An
geles, was the guest of the Rev. John
Dawson, rector of the Good shepherd,
last week.. Ha left Thursday on a trip
to . aihu ueiure returning nome.
. Miss Leonora Fisher left " for New
Tork last week to coach up in muslo be
fore taking up her winter's work. Mlsa
Fisher la the organist at the First Con.
cregatlonal church and at Temple Beth
Mmo. d'Aurla, who has been spending
tha summer In Seattle, will return to
Portland about September 1. Mm.
d'Aurla la a dramatlo soprano, who
came from Seattle last winter to take
up aer residence in Portland.
Mrs. George W. Percy of Elton court
la making a ten dnya' visit near Ta
coma, where Miss Margaret Linn, for
merly of th Marlyn club, la conducting
ueugaiiiu country summer ooiei.
Mr, and Mrs. Lewis Russell and their
daughter lert Monday for Banff Spring-
to spend about a month, They were ac
companied oy uugn w. Wallace. .
Mrs. Thomas M. Paterson after anend,
Ing a few day In th city haa returned
to Seavlew for the remainder of the
summer as the guest of her mother,
nars, vnaries X4. mastics. , .
Mra. Henry E.1 Jones and her daugh
ter, Mra. Frank ' Vincent DuMond, re
cently visited at Newport, the guest of
Admiral and Mrs. Merrill. '
Miss Edith Cocklns. registrar of the
University of Ohio, has been In tho
city -thepaat week, th guest of Mra.
Henry W. Goddard. . ; , ,
i&rm. Charles ECurrey.'Mrs.' Wil
liam A.. MacRae and Mrs. LeRoy H.
Parker left Monday -on at six months'
tour of Euroo. -
Mrs. Joseph N. Teal and her little
aaugnter. Miss Ktitn, are spending a
month among th Canadian Rockies at
various resorts. . , 1
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Miss Margaret Montgomery, who has
been visiting for two or three weeka In
Seattle and Tacoma, will return home
early thla week,
Mr. and Mrs. David H. Smith are at
their new 'home. 1(7 Schuyler street.
Mra, Smith will be at home Thuradays.
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Mr. and Mrs. Sol Blumauer and their
daughter, Miss Haiel. left Monday to
spend some weeks In British Columbia.
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Mlas Laura Fox has returned from a
holiday trip to British Columbia and la
again at her studio, l SB Tenth street
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Hill of Hill Mili
tary academy have gone to British Co
lumbia for a few weeks' visit
Mrs. Walter 3. Cook and Miss Jessie
Millard are spending a few days at
v;ioua vap inn on Mount Mooa.
Mrs. W. Wynn Johnson ' Is visiting
rnenas ana relatives in Ban jrranelaco
ana Diocaton, caurornia. ,
- Mrs. John K. Kollock haa gone to
Doutnern uregon to pe in guest OI
airs. yv. uuerin.
snd Mra. Marcus Flelschner at Seaside
nous last wees.
Miss Rath Honey man left Tuesdav for
Seattle to spend a month with her
Miss Lesley Smith has been the meat
or miss Mary Livingston at uearhart
Dr. and Mra. James C Zan have re
turned from a fortnight's star at Sea
Miss Clementina Wilson 1 Mrs. Wal
tr J. Brown's guest at Oearhart Park.
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Mrs. C 8. Jackson and her son Phflln
leil last weK on u Aiaaaaa trip.
Portland Woman's- Club at the home of
Mrs, P. J. Mann. Mrs. Frederic, ug-
Sert, president of the club, and Mrs.
a rah A. Evan, president of th state
federation will receive with Mrs.
Moor and Mr. Mann. Th social com
mittee and tha officers will be the
floor hostesses. The Oregon Branch of
Collegiate Alumnae, of which Mrs. Rob
ert W. Lewis Is president, will prob
ably not entertain for her because of
its scsttered forces, bnt the members
will attend tho reception.
Mra Moore is an exceptionally bright
woman with high mental accomplish
ments snd a charming aoclal person
ality. She Is prominent In social and
club Uf in St Louis.
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'., A pianist ,of soma prominence tn th
musical world, whoso nam haa paased
far beyond ' tha confines of his horn
town, js Julius V. Seyler, of Detroit
Michigan, who will b added to Port
land's forces this falL Mr., Seyler la
a pupil of Xaver Scharwenka, of Berlin,
and Helniich Urban, th German theory
master. For It years ho has been fol-
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lowing musio enu in jviruii uuiua
the position of being one of the best
artist In th city. Press notice from
roints all over the country in response
o hi concert work, point to an unusual
degree of skill In his work.
Mr. Seyler is now th guest of Mr.
and Mr. Jay Smith of this city and
they speak very highly of his work. He
has had to give up bis work In Detroit
because of throat trouble, which prox'
Imlty to the Great Lakes seemed to
make worse. .'
Tennis enthusiasts will find a great
deal of Interest In tho exhibition
matches between Mlsa Hotchklss and
soma of th best men players of Port
land tomorrow at th Irvlngton courts.
Miss Hotchklss Is a University of Cal
ifornia girl who has' taken all kinds
of honors In th Vancouver and Tacoma
tournaments and has been Invited to
stay over in Portland that there may be
opportunity to see her brilliant court
work. There will doubtless be a large
attendance tomorrow. .
The Irvlngton courts are -crowded
every evening with players working up
form for the fall tournament which
ooena In Sentember. and the chief social
life of Irvlngton is centered about the
court though tn ciuonous is prac
tically closed to social xuncuona.
Mrs. W. N. Gatens of Salem enter
tained about 10 young women last Mon
day afternoon In honor of Miss Mar
guerite Chamberlain, tha daughter of
Governor and Mrs. George E. Chamber
lain, who has been visiting In that city
as the guest of Miss Bush and Mra.
Gatens. . Miss Chamberlain Is to be
married next month and will then make
her home in Mississippi.
Mrs. Gatens was assisted In serving
by th Misses Eva Coshow and lid a
Jones. Bridge was the amuaement of
tha afternoon. The parlors were- beau
tifully decorated with red geraniums
and ferns. . v. ..
Miss Chamberlain is a great favorite
In Salem where she has been a frequent
visitor and many regrets are expressed
over her departure.
A luncheon was given In honor of
Miss Dorothy Newhall, who leaves thla
week for, MlssejHarker's school, Palo
Alto, by Miss Luclle Smith. Thoss
firesent were th Misses Newhall, Hol
Ister, Margaret Boot Margaret Bates,
Ruth Small. Edna Russell and Luclle
Smith and Mra. C. C. Smith. The table
decorations were of Caroline Testout
rose and th favors were orettv Janan-
eae fan. Cards were played In the af
ternoon. ,. , , ..','.,,
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Mrs. Edward Alden Beala, her daugh
ter, Mlas Nancy Beala, and Mis Elisa
beth Harwas left Wednesday night en
rout to Italy. Thy mad a short visit
In Spokane with Mrs. Beals brother.
The three are to- study in Milan for at
least a year though It Is expected that
Mlea Harwas will remain there to con
tinue her work. A brtsht ooeratla
reer Is generally predicted for-her.
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Mr. And Mra. H. . W. Ooddard and
their daughter Miss Mary Lela Ood
dard have taken a home at (It Hovt
street which they have leased for a
term of years. Miss Ooddard has Juat
returned from Seaside where she was
the. guest of Mrs. William IX Fen ton.
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Mrs. Beatrice Dietrich was a oharmlng
guest In this city last weja Sh waa
at tha Portland for several days and
from there was entertained by her
friends. Mrs. Dietrich Is an accom
plished singer, a pupil of Marches! of
Paris and. spent th paat year In Spo
kane, where she wss eagerly sought for
mtiHlcalea and concerts, she plane to
eome to Portland this fall to-remain andi
this city's artlstlo llf will profit by th
Tho Store Noted for Best Goods at Lowest Prices
First of. the
New Fail Suits
Our early fall showing of high' grade Tailored Suits
for misses.and women is attracting a great deal of at
tention, hot only by the distinctive styles, but also the
extremely modefate prices. We are also showing
splendid assortments of new fall Waists, Coats and
Skirts. . Have a look atour Morrison. street window
for some of the leading models. ' Special attention
given to out-of-town, orders,
price list. , ; '. ; :'.
Write for new reduced
See Window Display
The new season's choicest fabrics 'are to. be found in
this grand collection.' High grade foreign and domes
tic novelties iff all , the latest colors in stripes, checks,
plaids ' and '"plala weaves, as well as1 the largest and
finest stock of Black Dresi Goods ever brought to this
coast We want you to see these splendid fabrics, for
we are positive you'll find no other; to match them in
the city.' See our Morrison street window, , , .. ;
Items in this space on sale
Monday and Tuesday only
at the prices quoted. .
Cambric Corset Cover, with
two rows lace insertion, lace
edge and our standard 35c
quality; special .23 f
Fine .Cambric Skirt, several
styles in lace or embroidery
trimmed, standard $1.65 and
$2.00 values ..,..;..?1.10
Cambric Drawers, lace and
hemstitched tucks trimmed,
regular 40c quality r .special
for two days only at, pr.25J
Cambric Corset Covers, lace,
beading arid ribbon trimmed,
six styles and all are regu
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New Fall Models
: j Now von Exhibition
For 60 years Warner's Rust. Proof Corsets have been
famous throughout the world for models of excel
lency arid graceful effect. This is one essential feature
of the toilet that no woman dare slight the fit of her
gown, This depends entirely' upon the selection of
her corset. Buy Warner's Rust Proof and you get the
best' produced. " New fall models now readyi . Over
100 styles to pick from.. We warrant and fit corsets.
Items in this space on sale
Monday and Tuesday, only
at prices quoted. .
58-inch Cream Table Dam
ask, splendid 40c quality;
special Mon. and Tues.20e
72-inch Cream Table Dam
ask, extra heavy and worth
every cent of . 65c a yard ;
special, yard ..... t. . . ,50f
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Damask, standard 85c qual
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18xl8-inch . Bleached Dice'
Napkins, regular . 90c qual
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a dozen 65
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finished Napkins, the best
$2.00 quality; extra special,
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list cxStr Attention
lames W. McDonald and Anna O.
ordea were united In marrlag at tha
home of th bridegroom's mother, 101
East Sherman street, Wednesday even
ing. Rev. H. C Shaffer, pastor of th
First United Brethren church, officiat
ing. .',.. ' ...
Th bridal party assumed their posi
tions, while Miss AdeU McDonald, sis
ter of of th bridegroom, rendered tha
Lohengrin "Weddlnr March." IJtU
Ruth McConnell strewed th way with
flowers. The bride was becomingly-attired
tn cream mescaline trimmed with
liand-made lace, and carried Bride rosea
Phe waa accompanied by Miss Lulu
Barnes, maid of honor, who wore blue
Ilk, trimmed In whit valenclenne.
and Mlse Laura McDonald, gowned in
India linen, trimmed in cream ribbon,
Mr. McDonald waa attended by C. I
Strong a best man. .
The beautiful ring ceremony of the
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and los all intsrsst whsn help la within
reach. Heroin will make that Uver
perform It duties properly, J. B.
Vaughn. Elba, Ala., writes: "Being a
constant sufferer from constipation and
a disordered liver, I neve found Herblne
to be the best medicine, for these trou
bles, on the market. I have used It
constantly. I believe It to be th beet
medicine of Its kind, and I wish all
sufferers from these troubles to know
the good Herblne haa don ma Sold by
Cnlted Brethren church was used. Light
refreshments were served on the lawn
and in. the spacious parlors. The deco
rations were profuse, green and pink
being the prevailing colors. Mr. and
Mrs. McDonald will visit Victoria, Brit
ton Columbia, and later will be at home
In Portland. The following guest war
Dresentr - - - .
Mrs. Georg H. Hlmes, Clarag Himes,
Mis Laura rtimea. n. b. oa noway,
Mrs. eon Oarner. Ernest Leaf. Mr.
and Mrs. Leaf, Mr. and Mrs. De Mert,
Mrs. Oaylord, Mr. and Mra. Hathaway,
Mis Haul Tarwood, Dick Oesch, Miss
T.nln Barnes. Miss Martha Poehler. C. L.
Strong, Mlssea Ethel and Jessie Mo-
MCfjonneu, Mrs. naaie wouminin. Misses
Anna, Laura, Mary and Adele McDonald,
Peter and John McDonald, Miss Jennie
Zed Ink, Miss Jrma Kreyer and Key, Jt.
A very pretty wedding was celebrated
at th horn of Mr. and Mrs. D. C
Fraser, 411 Durham avenue, when their
daughter, Ethel, was united In marrlag
to F. J. Lawrence by Rev. 3, F. Gborm-
ley of th Central Christian church. Tha
bride was charming In a gown of whits
net over white silk, and carried a shower
bouquet of white carnations. The brides
maid was dressed In whits and carled
pink sweet peas. Little Dory Fraser,
sister of th bride, waa dressed In white
net over b'u and mad a pretty ploture
as sh entered th parlor enjoying a baa.
kt of flowers containing th ring.. R
H. Marshall attended th bridegroom.
Th wedding party atood in th center
of tha front parjor under A white bell,
suspended - from th calling by long
loop of whit ribbon, ' .
' After the ceremony and congratula
tions, the nartv renalred to the dining-
room where dalntly refreshment were
serveo. wnlie an orcnesira lumisnea
music The parlor were decorated la
white and green, the nan in green ana
vellow and the dining-room In pink and
white sweet peas. There were 40 guests
present, among wnom were: r. una
Mra. Webb. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Melton,
Mr .and Mrs. O. K. Adams of Tacoma,
Mr. and Mrs George Beatty, Mr and
Mrs. Napier, Mr. and Mra. D. C. Fraser,
Mr. and Mrs. R. Hanson, Mrs. Clark,
Mrs. Mmintntn. Mrs. Doty. Mra Mar
shall, Miss Jones. Miss Cathrlne Cason,
Misarrtonens, rams r. 1 1 numru,
Mlaa Maurar. Miss Keballs.' Mlsa Lee.
Mie Melvln Fraser, Mr. Masson, Stew
art Eggleston, Earl Hollldsy, Lafe Rob
ert. John, Johnson, Paul Redmond,
Oeorge CaJtnn and R. H. Marshall.
Mr. and Mr. Lawrence have gone to
Los Angsles. where they expect to make
Mrs. O. A. Barnea and C H. Jonea
war married Thursday night at th
horn Of th bride's daughter, Mrs. It
C. Ross, on Portland Heights. Rev.
Harry H. Pratt of th Fourth Preaby-
terlan " churoh officiated. Tha -rooms
were prettily decorated and tha bridal
party stood beneath a bower of Scotch
thistles. . Th veranda . was enclosed
with fema banked high. Tn th hall
were colaa and In th drawing room
where the caremonyv wss performed
maMen bslr and ferns In large jar
diniere. Hopes of fern were draped
from corner to corner of the dining
room snd over tha table was a wad
ding bell of aweetpea and fern.
Following the ceremony waa an In
formal reception to about 10 guests.
Mr. and Mra. Jones have gone to the
sound on a short trip and will later
b at hom In Portland,.
Edward W. RoofofPortland and Miss
Verona E. MUllcan of Cams no, "Wash
ington, were united tn marrlag Auguat
14, at . Everett. Th ring ceremony
was performed by - Rev. William . B.
Randall of the First Baptist church, In
the present of a small company of
relatives and Intimate friends. Mr. and
Mrs. Root will be at home to friends
at ISO East Sixth street. Portland, af
ter September 1. - .
Miss Mlnnette B. Phillip of Corvallis
and T, WUlard Espy of Berkeley, Cali
fornia, were married at th bride's horn
in Corvallis at 1:10 o'clock 'Thursday
evening, Rev. C. T, Hurd of th United
Evangelical . church ' officiating. Tha
ring ceremony was performed In', th
pressnoe of about IS relatlvea and
friends. Miss Etta Carter of Albany
being the bridesmaid and Cecil Espy,
brother of the bridegroom, officiating aa
nest man. ine marcn was piayea Dy
Miss juanita Kosenaorr. Following eon'
sratulatlona Arthur Bonauet unt
solo, and a wedding lunoheon waa then
served. Th room were profusely dec
orated with flowers, green and pink
being the predominating colors. The
bride was pretty In a costume of white
lansdown over white taffeta and her
bouquet waa of white aweet pea a The
prideamaia - wore ping ana carriea pins
Mr. and Mrs. ' Espy left Friday for
Los Angeles. They will travel indefi
nitely. Both are graduate of th Ore
gon Agricultural college, - where they
were popular students. .Tha bridegroom
Is a mining engineer.
Charles XL'Knip and Miss Etta L.
Manning, both of Portland, wr united
in marriage at the hom of Mr. and Mrs,
W. E. Wilson, SSI East Alder street,
Thursday afternoon. Rev. H. C Bhaf
fer. pastor of the First Catted Brethren
church, officiated. The bride Is th ac
complished daughter of Mr, and Mra.
Manning, well known in this lty, who
war resident of the east aide for
some years, thourh thsy live now in
Bookane. Mr. and Mra. Kntne will
spend their honeymoon In California,
At th hom of th bride's parents
at Edge wood, California, Miss . Minnie
B. Worden and Romeo Goulet, both of
Salem, were united va marrlag August
14, before a number of intimate friends
and relatlvea Th spacious parlors In
which the ceremony was performed, waa
artistically decorated with roses and
sweet peas and tne wedding march was
We r prepared to execute
orders for superior Copperplate
Engraving in the latest Tiffany
Kilham Stationery &
' Printing Co.
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Xnntlng f er Trouble. 1
"I've lived Id California 10 years. anl
am still hunting for trouble in th wsy
of burns, sores, wounds, bolls, cut,
sprains or a ess of pile thst Buck
lens Arnica Ralv. won't quickly cure"
writs Charlea Walter of Alleghany.
Rlerra Co. No use hunting Mr. Wal.
ters: It cures or money refunded t nH
Cross Pharmacy. 2 60. , .
AND V15ITINQ CARDS
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Wasblagtoa Ball ding
P'-red by Miss Alice Bushy, a cousin
ot the bride. Th bride wor a gown of
whit etamln over taffeta a I lie. with '
a picture bat to match and carried a
bouquet of bride rosea. They will make
their home In Balem.
Announcements ar out for tha mar
riage of Miss Lulu May Trowbridge,
daughter of Mrs, Lottie PlnnelL to Wil
liam M. Pearson. Thursday evening, at
tha Central Christian church. Rv. J.J
F. Ghormley officiated. Tha bride was
flvn away by her brother, Frank H. .
rowbrldge. Only the Immediate fami
lies were present, Miss Joyce Vernon,
the bride' cousin, played the wedding
march. Mr. and Mra. Pearson will be
at hom at I014 East Sixteenth street
North after September I. . ,
' A pretty hom wedding was cele
brated at til Davis street Thursday af
ternoon when Millard F. Rorabaugh and
Mrs. Emma V. Vannetta wars married
by Dr. Clarenc Tru Wilson of Grac
Methodist Episcopal church. A sumptuous-
wedding dinner wss served after
the ceremony and several of the rela
tlvea were present. Mr. and Mra. Rora
baugh will reside In Portland at HI V
' H, E. Brown and Mlas Margar Mon- ,
ro of Oakland, California, wsr nVSrJed
August S, at 1:10 p. tn., at tha rsaldeik
of the bride's brother. 111 Flfty-thlrS
street, Oakland, California. Mr. and
Mra Brown go eaat on their honeymoon
and from ther to ficotland to visit th
bride's pa rent a. They will return In the !
spring snd mak their hom in Oakland.
Contlnud on Pag Forty-aevan.)