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JTLAND, SUNDAY UORIJIIIG. AUGUST 13, 1207.
VJOFMJ'S'' CW0S IWD'U0Rri-.
Edited by I'rs. S3rz A. Evans.
1.. Philip N. Moor .
To Beoman's Club Guest."
Portland clubwomen ar anticipating
with much pleasure tho visit, the com
ing week, of Mrs. Philip N. Moor of
6t Louie. . .
i Mrs. Moor is the flrst vice-president
Of the General Federation. Bhe waa
born in Rockford, Illinois, and waa edu
cated at Vasaar college, at which lnstl
, tutlon ah pursued a full mathematical
nd aclentlflo eourae, and from which
. she waa graduated In 1873. From 187
to J87 she traveled and studied abroad,
spending the year In Germany. Austria,
Italy. France. Switzerland. Holland, Bel
flum and England. Blnceier marriage
she has resided In Colorado. Kentucky
' During these years she has traveled
extensively In the United States, Canada
and Mexico. Bh has been connected
' with, and actively Interested In, th St,
JyOul Training School for Nurses, and
la a member of the board of dlrectora
o the Provident association and chair-
11 1 an of their district nurae work from
lta Inception. She la vice-president of Us
pure milk commission, and alao of the
Bt. umii school of Philanthropy. ,
Wieth Wedneaday club aha has
fessT' connected as a charter member.
vln served as president and director
irom lJ to ,. Hhe waa president
of - the State Federation from 101 to
1906. and la now- vioe-sresident of the
Intenaely Interested in the musical
growth of the city, eh assisted In th
lormauon. of the Musical club, - which
should bring to St Louis the very best
artists in every line; and la at the same
time loyally devoted to the larger mua
ical organisation, th Choral-Pvmphony
society, of which sh la an officer.
Bh holds all educational Influence
of (greatest Importance, la president of
th National Collegiate Alumnae aaso
, elation and closely connected with the
work of the St Lout branch, and Is one
or in three Alumna trustees of vas
. She was appointed by the board of
iaay managers oi tne ixiuisiana -. wir-
.'Ctitit exposition a member of. th su
; perlor Jury, in which International Jury
; or award, for th flrat time, th right
of membership was given to a repre
sentative or women. . -
. A woman of liberal cultur and ex
,,; tensive Information, she has . wielded
large -Influence In various spheres of
v woman's work, and is specially ell
known as a finished parliamentarian In
. assemblages of women. With quiet
force and dignity ah combine great
. executive ability, and 1 an efficient
worker In every movement with which
he become Identified.
During Mr. Moore stay In th city
. several social function have been ar
ranged, th moat elaborate being a re-
; ceptlon by the Woman' club at th
bom of Mrs. P. J. Mann. All the fed
erated club of th city hav been In
vited to meet Mr a. Moore, aa well aa
the Portland branch of the Collegiate
alumnae, and everything ia being done
to make it notable among club avent.
To meet Mrs. Moor will be a great
privilege to Portland clubwomen, for
aalde from her public work Mr. Moore
... baa a charming personality, which It 1
. delightful to com In contact with.
,;--;':,t it it ;.:;;,Y.
The Country Store Vk ..:
And What It Meant!
'"The Stat Federation, at Ha very best.
, . is not tolling . in weaJUfc but owing to
. , "the necessity for getting th financial
clause in it constitution Into lntelllg
; . ibl form and a definite tint stated for
paying th dues, som lapses hav oc
curred which hav cut down th revenue
of the organisation to auch an extent
' that lta usefulness baa not only been
. crippled but It has been embarrasaed to
meet lta obligations, and with th ex
penses of th October convention In
view, it became evident that money from
,v v some aourc would hav to b forthcom
At the' opportune time. It seems, th
. Invitation from th Retail Grocers' as
sociation cam asking that th club
women take th "country atore" at- th
coming pur rooa snow, ana alter com
munlcatlng with the board members
that could be reached by telephone, and
.' after a meeting with the presidents of
- th Portland club. It waa decided to
accept tn invitation, it now ramaln
for every clubwoman to do ber duty
' toward making It a success.
Th country atore Is to be stocked
: with every conceivable article that the
. vjnerchanta In every branch of trad will
contribute. They will not be asked to
'contribute articles of any great money
' valu. but just such odds and end thaH
. hav passed their glory and hav be
, ,,. com pasae; Just the claaa of articles
, that merchants don't know what to do
with but which many people could make
- over ana convert into wearable clothing.
Then the grocer will be aaked to con.
' tribute -of their ware, as will th hard-
i war man. the butcher, the baker and
', th candlestick maker. Th city la t
be districted and it Is hoped no on will
. escape xrom inn cnarming solicitors.
Each afternoon an evening ther win
, be a detail of clubwomen to take charge
or tn store, ana tne metnoa of dispos
' In of the goods will be by numbered
ticket. Ticket will be a set price, and
agvery ticket calls for and entitles the
4,Wr to some article. While It Is for
'' mourHaVjHmarlly that th country ator
will beun, a good time 1 also con
. templated, as the schema admit of
round after round of good, wholesome
Tun, ana it is hoped vry. woman will
. not only contribute her wisdom to msk
in It a financial success, but her wit
toward making It one of the Jollleat and
- ' moat popular place in th building.
. The various committees have been
assigned for th preliminary work and
as soon a they hav their plan ma
tured they will b announced from tlm
The central committee consists of Mrs.
Frederick F.ggert and Mr. Tlfft of th
. Woman's club, Mrs. Ben Selling and
Mrs. 8. M. Bluroauer of th Council of
Jewish Women. Mrs. A, Stiles of the
Tuesday Afternoon club, Mrs. Dayton of
the for mom an ciud, Mrs. a. h. Brey
, man of th Forestry, and Miss Matthew
of th Froeoei association. Th execu
tive eommtttee la Mrs. J. D. Have. Mrs.
Dayton and Mrs. Tlfft with th state
president ex-offloio member of , both
committees. . . ;
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Here and There -
(Among the W. C T. U. ,
Mrs. May Whitman, whos plctur
w present la national superintendent
of th labor department of th W. C T.
V. 8h la a most earnest student of
. social dene. Her writing aa well as
. her public addresses, show a breadth
of thought and fund of Information
which at one "place bar In the fore
front of progressive educators.
Th labor department for many rear
ha a had a child-labor department with
Harriet Kelle of Mississippi, at th
head, and settlement work with Mra.
Kate Steavenaon as leader and a con
sumer e' league taction with Florence
Kelly at th head. Mra. Addlton, etat
president of Oregon, has- been leoturer
for this department for many years,
ller social science Inatitutea ar most
instnijgUv ss well ss entertaining.
V-CLucy Broad leaves Japan on the
f r ,.iner Minnesota. August 27, and will
,f,im at once to Portland to begin an
J I A L.ll Ull ......... .vu. V . V.... .II.
baa been for th past few months
working In Korea and Japan, flh will
"gtve ccstume lectures Which Will 6e of
great Interest. She will be In Multno
mah county for two weeks and societies
'wishing to secure one of her lectures on
ber foreign wanderings can do so by
applying for and making arrangements
witn the Medina bureau "at room 80s,
Uoodnougli building, Klfih and Yamhill
streets. This is a golden opportunity
wlili ti no society should mlas.
The Dixie convention meets at Eu
gene October 16-19. Everything see ma
to lndi.atn that It will be one of the
best ever held.
MIms How Davlaon. a young and tal
ented platform speaker and reader of
imUcnitl reputation, will begin a lecture
lour H.'ptoml)er 15, beginning at th
eoutheaxt corner of Malheur county.
Mine Davison 1 a very attractive, win
some young woman and win fresh lau
rel in every atate sh enter. Sh will
not reach Multnomah county till som
tlm in October.
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Federation Hotel ,' V
For New York City, : : ;
iThe City Federation Hotel project la
being ateadlly advanced, although th
chairman. Mrs.' Clarenc Burn, reports
that funds already promised ar slow In
coming in owing to th abaene from
the city or so many of th club women
who are supporting th ntrprla- by
their Interest and. subscription for stock.
Miss" Ina Law Robertson, the originator
of tho Eleanor elubs of Chicago, has
been In th city this week and has given
at th uppreeslon of Independent and
reform caimtdutea. The committee hue
been untiring and haa been loyally
backed by the Influence of th club
women of the state.
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Two Southern "Women
Prefer Work to Society. - - : v
. .Forcing publlo issues and insisting
upon her right aa a fre born citlaen
of th United States, has been going
on so long; in th north that women
can start great reforms, be appointed
to responsible1 positions and do tha work
as well as men and there is never a rip
ple of astonishment, but when th con
servatism of aoutbara women begin to
b heard in publlo . affairs th whol
country sets up and. begina to take no
tice. So th appointment of Mia Jean
Gordon aa factory Inspector for the
stat of Louisiana, has created a sensa
tion throughout .the length and breadth
of the -land, and" each progressiva mov
sh makes, or Insistence upon; th In
forcement of the law, or construing it
for th benefit or the people causes a
fresh wave of excitement, and now that
ahe has gone to the courts to deter
mine th meaning of a ten-hour law,
(Continued from Page Forty-six.
Miss Mella Borgen aad M. William
Johnaon were married Thursday even
ing by Rev. J. Bowersox at his parson
age, 1140 Oay street Mlas Clara Bor
gen and Oscar L. Johnson wer mar
ried at th earn tlm and plac. . .
EVENTS OF THE WEEK J
Mrs. May Whitman, Superintendent of Labor Department "W. C T. U.
1 . a
th officer of th City Federation Ho
tel much valuable information regarding
the details of management - Miss Rob
ertson lately visited Omaha in order to
help launch th first Ja club, which
la modelled upon th Eleanor club
Idea. Th Womaa'a club of Cincin
nati has In hand the atnblishment of
similar organisation. Mis Robert
on' clubs have lust been approved by
tne Chicago woman's ciuo, ana tn in
dorsement is to take practical shap In
th raialng of funds to establish more of
in suocessiiu Kieanor cjuds, or wnicn
ther are now three in running order.
Mia Robertson -emphasises the point
mad by Mrs. Burns, wnen cringing tn
Federation hotel project before New
York women's clabe; that is, that theao
clubs ar In no way Intended a
charity or a horn, but a plan where
more fortunate women can help the
wage-earning woman to set up house
keeping In - a comfortable and - decent
manner by advancing funda to start
the hotel, with tha nrosoect of Its pay
lng all expenses and finally being abl
to tax up ail or its inaoDieanesa. one
ay th eecret of auccesa of auch proj
ect la to reoognis that th girl ar
to enjoy their personal liberty and to
run the clubs on a strictly business
basis. No club will reach the working
girl that dee not giva her liberty. The
am spirit must prevail that lead girl
to go into anops, stores, ana lactones
In preference to housework, i
The plan to furnish working women
with comfortable home ha alwaye
failed of lta beat intention oecaua the
ubacrlber constituted themselves a
board of tnanaaera and aDDOlnted
frlenda to the activ management -of
the houses. Kach Eleanor club is man
aged by a committee of three that deal
with the larger question of f Inane
whll th girl have (elf-government of
the clubhouse Itself. The charges ar
12.7 a -week ror those who earn 17
week or leaa. and 13.21 for tho that
earn from fg to $10 a week. " These
prices include lunch, which th girl
take to their Dlaea or work. . Laundry
nrlvlleae coat five cent. When a
girl Is out of work employment at th
rat of 19 cent per hour 1 found for
ner in tne ciud in oroer mat ana need
not get into debt The eirls make their
own bed, on Sunday, redudnar the cost
of servant hire somewhat by this ar
rangement. Books and magaalne ar
purpnnaea ror tn library by tn gin a,
and they enjoy all th comfort and
privilege of entertainment such a they
vaiiM have In anv wel I -rem 1 at,! fam
ily. Th cluba succeed in paying their
expeneea, ana pay per cent interest
to the Eleanor association, whloh has
lent the funda for th establishment of
th clubhoue. Mis Robertson hope
eventually to start some hotels for the
benefit of women worker that earn
above tie per week, for in th matter
of living condition In boarding house
th girl earning from $10 to $20 ar
very little oetter on man tneir sister
with amaller wage. Sh contend that
th aucceaa of the. Tromart Inn.' with
It return or I per cant on th invest
ment I n example of practical heln-
fulnes that will appeal to person of
wealth, and she hopes to start hotel
like the Inn in Chicago. Mra. Burns and
her co-workers for the City Federation
hotel will present details of th Eleanor
club' msnagement and success befor
many or th woman a cluba or thla eltv
early in th autumn with th hop of
ootaining enougn money to open tn
flrat federation hotel at the beainnlna
oi next year. .. --.k-v . .- -
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An Industrial Committee ; ;, .', ' " . ;
That Work and Votea. : ; "?
Th Industrial committee of th Colo
rado Stat Federation of Woman' club
has reported through th chairman, Mra
Martha A. B. Conine, tha result of worn
an'a work with th last tte leglalaj
tur. They have aecured th pas sag of
a pur food law, defeated th bill to
repeal th law prohibiting tb docking
of horses, and th endeavor to abolish
th stat bureau of th Human society;
secured the eatabllahment of a work
shop for th blind: prevention of ob
jectionable medical edvertleementa; ' es
tablishment of free employment bu
reaus: better laws deallna with criminal
assault; establishment OB the principle
or civil service In atate Institutions; em
ployment of convicts, and appropriation
for a girls' Induatrlal school. Defeats
alao scored have been those of a bill
requiring a majority of all votes east
to carry a constitutional amendment
and a menaure making It unlawful for
the nam of any randldftte to appear on
mor than on ticket Thl waa aimed
ther 1 no bounds to' the attention eh
la attracting to heraelf. -'
Th Mlaaee Gordon Jean and Kate
are women . of wealth from . the
bluest of- Louisiana' blue blood, . and
by-light of Inheritance belona- to the
moat exclusively aristocratic olrcles of
new urieans, but they hav both com
out Into - tb arena of the world .work
and both ar striving to giv th 'gray
old world a tremenduou heave upward,
and leave It better .for their 'having
In sneaklne- ttt hee faetAev vnrlr and
th contest she is now engaged in Mia
Jean aaye that ah ha found that In
all th arm V of children amnlbvM In
factories tn bar etat there ar none of
jewisn oirta -and no negro children.
Thla should be a significant fact for
ine wnue people or tn south.
Th New Era club, of New Orleana.
which ha always stood back of th
Misses uoraon voted last week to bold
meeting during th--entire summer.
with two object In view; to secure th
appointment of women on th school
board and to increase the membership
of th club to 1,000. Th clvlo com
mute ia conducting a campaign for
tha screening of publlo market and of
all cistern. Th juvenile court I un
der th constant supervision of another
commute. The club voted to alva ten
minutes at each, meeting for the dis
cussion oi equal euireraga, and author
ised tne use oi a runa to organise
Buiiviafia otuif inroufnoui tn tat
under the , direction . of Ml Kate
uoroon. . : .
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Pay. Visits to Portland. - A l-
Portland baa been particularly favored
thla summer In being visited by many
prominent woman who have been travel
ing bn the coast for business or pi
Two week ; ago ' Mra Rachel 1 Foatar
Avery spent a few day In Portland, and
was elaborately entertained at dinner at
th Portland by the publicity committee
of the woman' club.
Last Sunday Mrs. May Wood Park
ox oosion spent tn aay in tn city,
th guest of Dr. Esther Pohl and Mrs.
Sarah Evans. Sh waa entertained at
dinner and then taken to Oawego for an
automobile rid. Mr. Park will b
remmoero: aa naving taken a promi
nent part tn th National Equal Suf-
irage convention mat waa n!d in Fort
land two year ago. Sh Is at present
engaged In organising college and Pro
fessional women's suffrage cluba, Mr.
Parka will return to Portland about th
rirst or September - to rurther some
plana that wer started during her brief
viwi 1Mb wvea. , T
Forestry Oub 'J-0
Held Monthly Meeting. .; " ,
'The regular monthly meeting of the
Forestry club waa held with. Mra. A. H.
Breyman laat Monday, - Instead of th
usual program, Mr. Breyman had ar
ranged for an outing in th form of a
UK around tn crest 'or tb Helahta
and out to th "Castle." Th day being
cool ' and beautiful th walk, with th
study or lorastrv close at nana, waa de
lightful. . . .. .
Herore returning a mti business
meeting waa held, at Which tlm th
coming Of Enoe Mill to th atat fed
eration and to th woman' olub waa
discussed, and eotne plan wer formed
to make hi lecture more general than
juat to elub members. . The matter of
assisting tn - atat rederatlon in It
country store was also discussed. . end
all present were enthusiasts over th
chem and promised it their help and
support Aa th date of th next meet
ing would come during th tlm of th
pur food exhibition,, it waa decided to
omit the September meeting and take
up th work again in October.
A good nroaram la belne- nrenared for
the coming winter. . -
Practkai Work ' :, ..t
By ; Kansas i Clubs, 'v ' : I'.
Federation of Woman's clubs of To-
peka, Kansas, last week voted to es
tablish a lac station, following th x-
ampl of a number of federations of
western states. This la"" phllanthroplo
iruct, wnicn nriginatea in Lom An
geles.' where a Russian lady haa had
sent to her laces mad by Russian wom
en; theee are sent to the various lac
stations established by clubwomen, and
are exhibited and aold or returned tn
Loa Angalaa tor redistribution.
Miss Sally Whitney of Ban Francisco
waa th honor guest Monday evening at
a card party given by Mr. and Mra
Arthur : Wheeler, with whom ' ahe 1
pending a month. There- wer about
to gueat and fiv hundred waa played.
Th prize were won by Mia Janet
Wilkin and Roy D. Hartford, and thay
wer pretty souvenir of tha Rose City.
Th guests war Mia Ada Dunlap, Miss
Ruth Ward. Miss Elate Morton. Mis
Jean Davis, Miss Helen Gray, Miss Lot
tie Barker, Miss Florence Bar bur. Miss
Mabel Sutton, Mis Anna Plac. Mis
Emma Crane, Mia Anna Norton, Mia
Donnie McDonald, Mine Mary Butler,
Mia Belle McDonald. Mis' Bessie Tyler,
Miss Margaret Potter. Mlas Pauline
Goal, Mlas Katharine Henderson, Miss
Winifred Wheeler. Miss Janet Wllklns,
Mis Lucy Stephens. Mis Elisabeth
Ward. Mis Ruby Howard, Mis Nona
eneiaon, noy u. xiartrora, James wnue,
Maurice Sheldon, William Hale. George
H. Dawaon, Charle K. Harper, Robert
Emerson. -Calvin Emeraon. Philip Walk
er, Clarence Steel. Arthur Wilcox,
Marehall Thompeon, Paul Miller, Harry
Denton, Tierlcg Payne, Aioert May
good, John C Evans, George - Charles
Llnd, Harold Chimes, Roscoe Peterson,
Henry Boyd, Guy Darby, Hugh Wilson.
Emery Tyler, Daniel Provost and Donald
Darby. .. .
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Mr. and Mrs. (nee Nellie Flinn)
Oeorg Stafford of Redwood City, Cal
ifornia, spent th paat week a guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Woodworth. 141
East Pin etreet Mr! and Mra. Staf
ford ar on their honeymoon and hav
son to Victoria and Vancouver, B. C,
and Seattle, for a short stay, after
which they will return to Redwood City
to make their home. .
Mr. Stafford I a prominent business
man of that city. Mra, Woodworth
gave a dinner and theatre party in their
honor Tueaaay evening. i nose present
wer Mr. and Mrs) Stafford, Miss Kath
arine O'Brien. Jack Duffy, Mia Klttl
Nolan, Mr. and Mra. Woodworth. ,
. Mra. L. Leonlde of I4T. Pettygrov
street entertained a few of ber friend
Saturday In honor of her daughter
birthday. Th Invltd guests wer Mra.
M. Bchwlchtsnberg. Mra. L A. L Beau,
Mr. C. Moehnk of Oregon City, Mra.
A. V. Dickey of Seattle, Mrs. E. A.
Franco, th MIaa Eleanor Bchwlchtsn
berg. Geneva France. Ruth and Doro
thea Leonldea. and Howard and Harold
Tiickev. Llaht ref reahmenta i wer
aerved In th afternoon. .
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Mrs. Oeorg Lally ntrtaind a num
ber of her friend on Thursday after
noon at ber bom In Irving-ton, In honor
of Mrs. A. J. Crawford of Carlsbad.
New Mexico. - Th afternoon waa passed
in conversation and music. Songs by
Mra. Harry Borer and Miss Bessie Fow
ler of Deadwood, South Dakota, were
especially enjoyed. Dainty refresh
ments were served by Mr. W. R. Glen
dinning and Ml Ethel Jennings, ,
From I until 7 o'clock laat Sunday
afternoon Frank IX Henneaaey enter
tained a few frlenda with a musical
at bis bom. 410 Thirteenth treet , The
occasion waa tn honor of Oeorg J.
price, th orchestral pfayer of flan
Frandnco. Mr. Price Is a brother of
Iieiecilve John H. Price of this city and
remained In Pocdand three days after
flnlnuin an enicagement at the Butler
hotel u (teat tie, where he haa been
playing since the Bay City disaster. He
returned to Ban Francisco Friday night.
The program began with a contralto
solo by Mi May Meldron, The Kecea
alonal. Her sinter, Miss Lou Meldron,
accompanied her on the piano. Joe
prataae waa pianist for the remainder
of the evening. Detective Price sang
a parody on "Everybody Works but
father," followed by Mr. Henneasey In
a baritone solo, "Erin," ana "Maud and
I Wading Through the Mud." v
Those present were George J. Price,
John Price, the Mlsee. Meldron, N. D.
Hentgen,. Loul Jaoobson. Mis Lena
Bchulia and th' host, Mr. Henneasey.
An elaborate luncheon was Served.
Mr. and Mra. R. B. Belt entertained
a company of young women , at their
borne, IT-East Ninth street, Thursday
evening. The evening waa pleasantly
spent and light refreshments wer
served. Th party left for bom at a
lata hour. Mr. and Mrs. W. C Belt
assiated in entertaining. Those present
were Mrs. W. C. ' Bell, Mrs. Myrtle
Vadnals. MWsa Gretchen Kurth, Miss
Ruby Kodgera, Miss Lulu Underwood,
Miss Orella Thompson, Miss Eva Ford,
Miss Charlotte Gllmore, Miss Effle
Hlghsmlth, Mlas May Byrne, Miss Let
Btewart, Miss Estella Stout. Miss Ca
tena LaFleme, Mlas Hattle Ellery, Mis
Belle Snyder, W. C, Belt and Charles
V adnata. . . . . ,
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- Mra. Jam G. Buttrey entertained at
luncheon Tuesday afternoon In compli
ment to her slater. Mis Vida Darling,
from Salt Lake City. Cover were laid
for 10. and pink rosea were used aa a
centerpiece for the table. Th plac
rarqa were waiercoior aaetcnes or 110-
aon girls. Covers were laid for Mra
Buttrey, Mlaa Darling, Mra Carl Mo
Murphy, Mrs. Harry A. Washburn, Mr.
Rachel R. Peter. Miss Hannah Amoa,
miss nine Hianaian, Alia uorotny i-rye,
Mies Ruth WUllamson and Miss Katber-
Mr. and Mra, William Snyder nter-
talned a number of friend with an in
formal evening Wednesday, In honor
of their fifteenth weddina- anniversary.
There waa muale throughout the even
ing and refreshments wer served at a
late hour. - Those o resent were Mr. and
Mrs. B. D. Gardner, Mr. and Mra George
i utnoert, jar, ana sirs. n. ti.- Wilson,
Mrs. D. F. B. Ward, Mra. Frank Steph
enson, Miss Alice Drake, Mr. Freder
ics c. K rooa a, miss Cora linden, Mar
tin Collins and Willard Holbrook.
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About 10 young children assembled tn
th cafe at th Breaker Thursday even
ing, as guests of Miss Gladys Cutberth,
to celebrate her aeventh birthday annl
verrary. After enjoying- candy, ie
cream aad bon bona, the children played
Professor Ringler will give a sum
mer dancing party at the new Ringler
hall tomorrow evening to members of
the Beat Side Athletic club and their
friends. The commute consists -of M.
M UHH1& T U Q , , 4. T.' ,T"
Ml-. nillBim, - AA J.. .'1111 4,, JDJ. UCMHZlfl,
C. Peterson, Mis Edith Elkington, Mis
V. Ostom, Mis M. N. Boyd and Mlaa
Q. Stockton. -.
Woodward's School of Social. Fancv
and Stag Dancing opens September 12,
Arlon hall. Second and Oak ate, Laa
aona 2 So. Parson orcheatra, ..,
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W W I
Are shown in our LEATHER GOODS SECTION
on the LOWER FLOOR in immense varieties of
styles, ' makes and prices. Every imaginable
requisite for traveling comfort is displayed in all
the newest materials, shapes and constructions at
the most moderate prices. If in need of a TRUNK,
SUIT CASE, BAG or any other article in this line
visit our lower floor and enjoy the satisfaction of
selecting the right article at the right price. Be
sides we privilege you to pay for whatever you
select in small weekly or monthly payments.
Tb engagement haa been announced
of Mlaa Ethel Scott, th daughter of Mr.
and Mra. Alexander Scott of thla city
to Warren S. Osgood of Oakland. Cali
fornia. Mr. Osgood 1 a son of F. 8.
Osgood, a prominent druggist of Oak-
ImnA im n,itnal S th TlnlveA-attv nf
California and a student In th Cooper
Medical college of Ban irrancisco. Tn
wedding will be celebrated In Portland
In th near future.
- Mr. Andrew Hoben and her daugh
ter left on th eteamahlp Breakwater
last Week for North Bend and points of
Interest throughout California. .
Mlsa Gladys Wheeler la visiting her
brother.- - Roy Marion Wheeler. Last
Friday evening at tha residence of Ms.
w , v ciui nurniun street,
she played Edward Grieg's "Peer Oynt
and baa been- attending the summer
classes at the Washington atat univer
sity. Dr. and Mra , J. V. Barck will be at
home to their friends Sunday afternoon
from 1 iVc lrfV unHl a -. aa 47- ...
Mr. and Mr Alexander J. Wilson of
Seattle are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur Kenton on the east side.
?uJr . Hartson left Wedn,ay
tfa Vlftlf Via aUra- T .
Und." at Bol. Idaho?' - W
.a-u . ' . . . :
,. - Merscnier, ner danghter.
Mis Herschler, and her son Will re
turned horn laat week from an extend
n.!rJD J""1. t. where Mra. Hereohler
attended a family reunion.
rTlV Mr"-.L- t and Mllbrt
Devla have returned from tha coaat
The opportunity par excellence of the whole year to buy
needed things for the home. No matter what you are look
ing for Furniture for any purpose. Carpets, Rugs, Mat
tings, Draperies you will find a good assortment here to
select from at money-saving prices. Each piece was bought
on its rnerits, and we guarantee its reliability; so you need
have no hesitation in buying, no matter how deeply the
price has been reduced. - -
Extraordinary in Point of Value The
: . Weil-Known
- 4 . , .
Rival Steel Range
Reduced from $40 to$30
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.This six-hole range is a model of simplicity. The body of
the range is of high grade steel and will not warp, break or
crack. It is. well lined to prevent heat radiation. It em
bodies all the new and practical features.
H.; 5 JEINNING SONS
Heme of Good Furniture , - " ' - ' Second end f.!crriscn Streets