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THE OREGON DAILY" JOURNAL," PORTLAND. WEDNESDAY EVENING. vMAY f 81. XOll.
Topics of Interest in the Realm Feminine
' . Mlsa Alice Hlller, Mlsa Isabella
" J A.. !,' aiwiln from San Franclaub. waa
the honor uet at a delightful brll-e
9t four tablaa lven yesterday by n
. William MacMast.r. ravora war
awarded at each tabla. Mra. J. M. El-
... Jloott with Mr a. J. O. Qauld preaided at
tha tm tabla.
A aay crowd aaaombled at tfta Waver-
lr Oolf club vealerday to urea the
chamelona on to victory tn tha Yale
Harvard baaaball fame which waa rap
tured by tha Yala man. Kannein Fan-
ton captained tha wlnnln team and
' JTheater O. Murphy headed tha Harvard
awreratlon. In tha afternoon tha
llnlta were dotted with numbere of
players who are devoteca of the fame.
The rlvrr waa another buay apot yea
Iterday and all aorta of pleaaure crafta
carried partlee on excursions or aa
,pectatore for tha rowing reaatfa.
Mr. and Mra. Jamee Mcl. Wood were
hoata at an Informal dliWter laat even
ing blddtna; bon voyaaa to Mra. J. M.
Elllcott who leavea tomorrow for San
f Francleco en route to Honolulu for a
' aommer vlalt. Durlnr her abaence,
;Mlas Prlacllla Ellleott will be the ipieat
'f tha Wooda and a number of dellglit
' ful Informal affaire are on the tpia
tin her honor. Leat week Mra. Wood
rave two Informal dinner for Mlaa
'.Ellleott and her young frlenda.
i " Mlaa Helen Watt o Bedford la the
rueat of Mlaa Helen Whitney. Mlaa
May Walther will arrive Friday from
The Dallea, alao to be a rueat of Mia
Whitney. Mlaa Watt and Mlaa Wal
j ther are both '10 flt. Helen a hall rlrla
and have coma to Portland to attend
' tha 8t Helen'a hall alumni day fiat-
Mlaa Edna Burton ha come up from
; Newport and la spending a couple of
' week a with her father, George Burton.
at tha 8t Croix apartment.
Mra. I. 1 Patterson left Mo-day for
r Culver. Ind- where aha will spend at
least all weeka visiting her on, Philip
Peterson, who la .a atudent at Culver
, Military academy.
GIRLS, LEARN TO SAY NO
By Mra. N. Clarmont
HE WAS WAITING for a car at
nd Waahlngton ona day Inat
about 4 p. m.. a young.
tlful girl, tall, alender, brown
eyea, which rainy aancea. Her
faca waa refined and Innocent. Evident
ly ahe waa the hop of fond parenta aa
ah carried a violin.
But with her. Heaven only knowa
where aha picked him up, waa a young
man. He waa careieaaiy areaaea, nanaa
In hie pockata. a derby hat cocked on
one alda of hla head and a ilouchy over
coat which altuoet concealed hie very
bowed lega. Hla lira were atalned from
clgarettea and there waa a general air
about him of the underworld.
He kept hla eyea glued upon thnae of
the gtrl, who, eometlmee would drawl
away, but Instantly hla eyea would, gat
In their work and aba would a mil.
Thla much I heard, aa I atood near
them, while waiting for my ear.
Ton't take tha car. Tall your folka
tha cara were not running. Com with
ma. No. yon can t take that car. Coma
"But I want to," aha aald.
I looked at bar a moment and aha
turned her back.
Tha laat I aaw of them they were
going toward Burnalde tret, tha girl
atlll carrying the violin. Ha waan't man
enough to carry it for her. Every rew
atepa aha would pull away from him.
If that glrl'e mother could only have
known, again I aay:
Olrle, learn to aay NO and aay It
their daughter, Mlaa Tereaa Blackwood,
left Thuraday for St. Louie where they
ll vieii reiauvea. rnurnma w run-
and the laat of July.
Mra. Mary E. Moule of Pendleton
m in inrfiun,l WMav to rrmaln for
aome time In the home o? her daughter,
Mra. U W. White.
Mr. and Mra. Harry Portia are gueata
for eeveral daye In Rogue Ktver.
POLICE CHIEF ATTACKS
"Ar you going to decorate your ma
. chin for the automobile parade Wed
.aeaday? And If not why not?" are
.'" aotne of the eternal queatlona perplex
' ' lng the automobile committee at thla
molmant Tear after year about the
' aame people have entered their motor
' In the parade and although there la no
dearth of aocletlea and organlaatlon
'7 'having made antrtea, the number of
''private machlnea la not what it ahould
. 'be In tha faca of the Inrreeeed number
;-r '-'In Portland aince the Roaa Featlval laat
; year. There are many women driving
; -their own machlnea and with the allnr-
, i tng allver trophlea to be won and tha
; lovely wild flowera, for decorations,
making excuaea for delightful excur
' 'alone to tha country, there ahould be
machine aplenty. A special cup haa
. '. f'been offered to tha three high echoola,
' .Portland academy and Columbia unl
v ; veralty for tha best machine. The en
I lora will do the decorating In achool
.' color and tha elaaa offlcera are to
VJ-'iMlaa Gladya Belt la expected to re-
'tarn early next week after an abaence
. -tt nearly two years abroad where ahe
haa been atudylng voice and piano in
Berlin. At present aba la visiting In
v Los Angelas.
irnlted Prwa Lrawd Wtr.)
Los Angeles, May tl. Adloa to the
hobble aklrt, "21" for the peekaboo
waiat and to the dump with tbe harem
aklrt. Police Commlaaloner John Top
ham la peeved at the many complaint
received agalnat Broadway oglera and
todav advised the women'a cluba to
begin a campaign agalnat tha hobble,
the harem and the peekaboo, which, he
aaya. Invite attention and Inault.
"Any woman regaling heraelf In auch
apparel." said Topham today, "should
expect to be greeted with "whoopa, my
dear,' or similar aalutatlona. Such ap
parel haa a tendency to make a man
'feel frolicsome,' for he looka upon the
wearer In the nature of a freak. Tht
way aome women appear on the atreet
la degrading, and If tbey would give
little mora attention to auch matters
there would be fewer complaint against
maahera. I am heartily in favor of a
city ordinance making It a mtademeanor
for a woman to appear on the atreeta
garbed In either a hobble or harem
CURIOSITY TOO MUCH
. Mra. X). E. Keaeey and Mra George
-Frankla are spending the week at the
- Mrs. George Mack is home from
' poseburg where sha visited her broth'
. er, Senator Albert Abrams.
i' Maxwell and Berkeley Snow, aona of
Mr. and Mrs. Zera Snow, will return
Harvard and Cornell about
Mrs. Charles A. Burckhardt will en
tertaln at bridge on Friday.
Enalgn and Mrs. Reuben Robert
Smith (Mine Hilda Helen Gumbert) are
leaving today for San Francisco where
they will aail June t for Manila on tha
Mra. Mary Taylor, E48 East Taylor
'-street, announces tha engagement of
Mr aughterT Daisy, to Bert m Helt-
. ) . ' schmldt. the wedding to take place ine
latter part or June.
I 1 from
Mr. and Mra
AH Relieved by Lydia & Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound.
Sikeston, Mo. "For Berea rears I
Buffered everything. I was in bed
lor rour or Ave days
at a tllTIA AVATV
? month, and so weak
I could hardly walk.
I cramped and had
backache and head
ache, and was so
nervous and weak
that I dreaded to
see anyone or have
anyone move in the
room. The doctors
gave me medicine to
ease me at those
times, and said that 1 ought to have an
. operation. I would not listen to that,
ana when a inena or my n us band told
him about Lydia JE. Pinkham's Vege
table uompouna ana wnat it naa done
i for his wife, I was willing to take it
Now I look the picture of health and
' feel like it, too. I can do my own house
work, hoe my garden, and milk a cow.
I can entertain company and enjoy
' them. I can visit when I choose, and
walk as far as any ordinary woman,
any day in the month. " I wish I could
Mrs, DEMA Bethtjjte. Sikeston. Ma
liThemost successful remedy in this
; country for the cure of all forms of
female complaints is Lydia E. Pink
ham's yegetable Compound.
- It is more widely and successfully
used than any other remedy. , It has
cured thousands of women who hare
r been troubled with displacements, in
flammation, ulceration, fibroid tumors,
, tiregularities. periodic pains, backache,
stoat bearing down feeliog, indigestion,
aodaprvoua prostration, after all other
Tw aaa had f tiled. Why dwy't jou trjjtf
Loa Angeles, May SI. Because she
could not control the eternal feminine
curiosity and alao suffered from a alight
attack of jealouay, Mlaa Katharine Whlt
mer, for tha paat It montha in charge
of tha money order department of the
San Lajla Obispo postofflce. Is Involved
in serious trouble with the federal au
thorltles. She opened letters which
passed through her hands, read the con
tents, then reseated them for delivery.
and today she wss brought here under
indictment She gave a bond of J 500 for
her appearance before Judge Wellborn.
Mlaa Whltmer made no secret of the
opening of tha letters, doing so before
"I did It." aha said, "and I want to
plead guilty, take my medicine and make
the best of It I would not take ad
vantage of any technicalities."
Astoria, aooompanled by W. P. Read. J.
W. Garner and W. J. Smith, are In the
city on business. They are guests at
R. E. Clanton. manter fleh warden, la
In the city from halem on a buatneaa
vlalt. If! la a gucat at the Imperial.
Walter M. Pierce, an attorney of Hot
fake. Or., a former member of tha leg-
lalnture. ia a buMneaa vlattor In th
rlty. lie la registered at the Imperial
Ix Gholaon. a prominent bualneas
man of Walla Walla, la a bualnaas vis
itor In the city. Ha la a guest at tha
It R Hunt, a prominent real estate
operator of Eugene, la In tha city on a
brief bualneaa trip. He la reglatersd. at
Charlea McN'ary, a prominent attorney
of the capital city, accompanied by Mra
McN'ary. la In the city on a brief buai
neaa visit They are gueats at tha Im
K. D. Cualek, the prominent Albany
banker, la a bualneaa visitor In tha dty,
He la registered at tha Imperial.
The' Oakland baseball team la regis
tered at the Boweis. Bud Pernoll ar
rived a day ahead of the team In order
to ace a number of hla old frlenda before
Charlea P. Murphy, tha wall known
Baker county attorney, la a business
vlattor In thn cltv He Is registered at
the-Bowers from Raker.
Kmery Olmatead of the Portland Trust
company, and Mra. Olmatead, have taken
up their residence at tha Bowers for the
N. N. Blumenaaadt and wife of Rai
nier, prominent In that locality, are n
tha. city. They are gueete at tha Bow
J. D. Keltey. a prominent stockman of
McCoy, Or., is a business visitor In tha
city. He la a gueit at tha Lenox.
D. M. McClellen, a dealer In autoa, la
In the city from Dayton, Or, Ha la a
meat at the Lenox.
J. R. Wllaon, a merchant at tha new
town of North Plalna, accompanied by
Mra. Wilson. Is a bualneas visitor in tha
city, a guest at the Lenox. '
Miss Emma Goldman la registered at
Actress Tells How
Youth Is Preservecl
W. C. T. U. INSTITUTE
An educational Institute will be held
at Montavilla Friday, June 2, opening
at 10 a, m. with devotions led by Mrs.
will . b responded to with- cur
rent eventa. Paper on the usefulness
of the W. C. T. V. will be given by
Mrs. Margaret Houston; parliamentary
drill by Mrs. Georgia Trimble; Mrs. Mc-
Court will tell of the plans for tno
membership contest; report will be
given of the cottage at Gladstone; noon
tide prayers by pastor of church, after
aoclal hour and basket lunch: Mrs.
Jane Donaldson will lead in devotion
Mra M. M. Sleeth will conduct a moth
ers' meeting; Mrs. Ada W. Unruh will
give an address; Mra Lillian Smith will
speak on flower mission; Mrs. Ella
Himes will outline Work for literature
distribution; Mrs. Ida Barkley will
speak on "Our Periodicals"; Mrs. M. E.
Fullllove will sing.
At the evening session a matron'
gold medal contest will be held.
(From tha New Tork Theatrical News)
Ona of America's leading actreaaea
who for thirty years has stood in thai
front rank of her profession, and who I
still plays young girl's parts in a man
ner to cause our fathers to say, "Sha
doesn't look a day older now than whan
I first saw her." recently told an In
terviewer how she retained her beauty.
"I never use paint, powder or other
cosmetic, except on the ataga I at
tribute my complexion today to tha uaa
of mayatone, the only thing I know that
preserves a womans' complexion In Its
natural daintiness. I buy an original
package of mayatone from my drug.
glat and dissolve It in eight ounces of
witch hazel to make a solution with
which to massage my faca, arms and
nc t daily.
"I nave been on tha stage for more
years than I care to tell, but you see
my skin Is not coarse nor saggy. Maya
tone keepa my face free from plmplea.
blotches and blemlahea and proven ta the
rrowth of downy hair that annoys ao
many woman. This treatment la not
harah Indeed, It la absolutely harmless
and I would advise any woman not
satlsi'ied with her complexion to try
mayatone. It certainly does wonders
Dr. F. R. Bailey, a physician of
Elisabeth, N. J., and Mrs. Bailey, who
are touring the west, are in the city
njoylng the sunshine, the cool breezes
and the roses. They are guests at the
R. O. Simpson, a business man of
Jacksonville, Fla., accompanied by Mrs,
Simpson, Is in tha city on a sight see
ing trip. They, are registered at the
E. H. So thorn and Miss Julia Marlowe
are registered at the Portland. Tha rest
the company playing at the Helllg
are scattered around at tha other hotels
in the city.
H. J. Miller, a business man of Aurora,
Or., is a business visitor In tha city. He
is a guest of the Portland.
George W. Johnston and J. C John
ston, merchants of Dufur, Or., are In
the city on an extended business visit
They are gueats st tha Cornelius, v
Tom Corrlgan, a prominent railroad
contractor, la a business visitor in tha
city from Madras. Ho Is registered at
The University of California baseball
team Is registered at tha Oregon from
Berkeley. The .ttam is thla afternoon
playing the M. A. A. C. nine.
it L. O'Connell, millionaire lumber
man of Wtnlock, Wash., is a business
visitor in the city. He Is a guest at
Ii- C Richardson, postmaster at Mary
hill. Wash., la a bualneaa visitor In tha
City. He ia reglatered at the Oregon.
i. C. Jamison, a prominent merchant
Of Chehalls, Waah.. is in the city on a
business visit He is a guest at the
Oregon. . . ;
i. fcV PelUnger, uewapaper publisher of
of ike delicious
of tLe tops with
out tke titter
taste in : ,
Tha Beer of Quality '
to make it. a de
age. It always
"agrees" ' with
you because it is
fully aged and
Order a Case Today.
I WUA 69-71 6th Street R
Questions and Answer
Dear Mlsa Moral ' Please ,teu ma now
to remove a aoorched spot from a
aerga aklrt It la not burned through,
Sponge with a oompound of alcohol
and gaeollna, equal parts, adding a ta
bleapoon of bouaehold ammonia to tha
pint After tha above treatment
aponge with other.
Dear Mlaa More: I am In my twen
tlea, with a youthful faca. What sort
of hat should I wear mornlngeT
A sailor or, a cloaa fitting turban
would be appropriate.
Dear Mlsa Mora:' I hava some friends
that ara graduatlnr at tha oomjng com
mencements ana bbs bi a ioea now to
remember them. Can you . suggest
something out of "tha ordinary 'for
gifts? " - - - GRACE K.
If you ara not' a elesa frland and
wish to merely glva a remembranoa
there ara , oommeaoement cards da
algned for tha purpose They ara mora
or leas elaborate, according to tha
prlca yon wish to pay. There ara also
boa boa reoeptaclsa shaped Ilka mortar
boards in miniature. ,
ft m , -
Lincoln's Lrtters. 1
From tha Stoux City Newo.
If you happen to hava any lattara of
recommendation from Abraham Lincoln,
don't throw 'am away. Mlsa Buaan
Duggar kept nam and! it saved bar place
In tha treasury department, though aha
la To years old and 111. .
tt II It "
An Iceleta Ice Box..
Tha loaleaa refrigerator baa been add
ed ta tha Hat of wonderful Inventlona
of tha' present century. JCven In tha
days of tha horaeleaa carriage and of
wireless communication, a refrigerator
that Is loaleaa, totha popular mind, la
something quits beyond oomprenenstoa.
The invention ia that of William W,
Dunbar of Phoenix, Aria, , Tha new lca
leas refrigerator la tha result of tha
application of a practice followed for
years by proapectora and catUemen in
deaert regions of Alisons, New Maxloo
and Colorado. By wetting tha thick fait
covering of their oanteana they. Were
auocaaaful in lowering tha temperature
of tha water iaslda a number of degrees,
affording a cool drink even whan tha
thermometer registered over 100 degrees
in the shade. Tha cooling of the water
was of footed by the rapid evaporation
from the felt covertne;. , ,
Mr. Dunbar spent many years la min
ing and It was while engaged In thla
work that the Idea came to him of mak
ing a refrigerator, the cooling prooeaa
in which would bo that of evaporation.
After much experimenting It waa
found that by tbe arrangement of proper
drafts and the aloweat poealble move
ment of water over which the outalde
air could be carried, a very aatlafaotory
degree of refrigeration could be main
tained, equaling In effect that obtained i
ggg -gsi . u-j x.xL-1 i.u inw
In a standard ice refrigerator, bounti
fully supplied witn loa.
The claim is made that this refrigera
tor can be ueed successfully for all pur
poiee where refrlgeratloa la desired. The
only requisite la a email amount of
water each day. . I
f v " ft st st ' .;
Getting V living. . i
There wag a man from our town J "
Supported by hla wife;
aay sne pea
But one aad
day she Daaaed awayws
Hla only prop la Ilia.
And when ho saw his wife was tone,
tie atarted on the run,
With all his might and main to WM" !
AnA win anuthar Ana.
George B. Staff In Woman's Home
Companion. , .
... ft ft ft j.
" . ' Bolter-Scotch.
Ona oup of au gar brown, not white-
One half of water clear.
One teaapoonful of vinegar
. (In candy h, bow queer) i ;"
A piece of butter, walnut else.
Add flavring ta your taste; v
Now boll eome twenty minutes, ssy,-
Then tske It off with haate. .
Woman's Home Companion,
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lGo"VG FAST j
A Veritable Slaughter of
Really Good Pianos
Alder at 7th
We have only four more
days in which to dispose
of the entire East Side
We are determined to
sell eyeiytfiing before
our formal Grand Open
ing, hence this Sacrifice.
Callers tonight or tomorrow morn- '
lng after 9:30 o'clock will find near
ly eighty Pianos and some Organs,'!
most of them brand new instru
ments, some shop-worn and some
second-hand, and all obtainable ' at
reductions hitherto unheard of.
Among them will be found each'and u
every one of the followjng:
y- rf' e y
nam - f
Remember, every instrument
advertised by us in on hand
and for sale to the retail trade.
Bring this advertisement with
you. Two elegant Baby Grand
Chickerings and three brand
new Weber Grands, also sev
eral other makes, for sale at
half price. Payments $8.00 a
i(m f i! ;
Now at Seventh and Alder
Meanwhile the Exhibition and Sale of Player Pianos
and Grands Will Also Continue as Heretofore Announced
Still Another Feature m the Main Salesroom
In connection with this closing out sale of the stocV of the East Side store we offer also another extraordinary,
special for this, week only jn the main salesroom. Elegant mahogany, walnut and several oak cased, high grade,
brand new $350 pianos for f 195 0 cash, $6 a month. These are'warranted high 'grade pianos. We shall sell an-
other carload in this exceptional introductory offer.
Seventh and Alder .
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