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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAU PORTLAND. , TUESDAY- EVENINO. JUNE fl 1911.
Topics of Interest in the Realm Temihine
A r7 party ambled on board the
Heather yeaterday to be Commander J.
V M. JUlleott's rut for tho water pa
rade and luncheon. Roses and othar
' flowers dewwated tha Ilaatbar with
fhimtinr affect. After tha par ad a
buffet lundhton was erred on tha deck
'when dainty pink gladioli graced the
V ' tool a moat those woo enjoyed Com
mander Ellleott's hospitality wara Mr.
and Mrs. Jsmea Mrl. Wood, Mr. and
Mrs. William MeeM enter, Mr. and Mra.
J. O. Oauld. Mr. and Mra. E. C. Bhr.
'Ha, Mr. and Mra. Morton H. Iaeley. Mr.
and Mra. Ralph W. Wilbur. Mr. ana Mra.
Iula H. Tarpley. Ir. and Mra. William
' H. Skene, Mr. and Mra. Alma D. Kata,
Mr. and Mra. Robrt Wllaon Forbes,
Mrs. Jamaa F. Mclndoe. Mra. H. M.
Walla, of Salt Lake; Mra P. J. Mann,
Mr. Bradlay, of 8an Francisco; Mra.
Thomas Q. Halley. Mlaa Elsie Eleanor
Oaborna. of Crawfordsvtlle, Ind.; Mlaa
' Alina Hfller of San Francisco; Mlaa
Isabella Oauld. Mlaa Genevieve Hallay,
Mlaa Thalma Garrett, of Seattle; Mlaa
. Caaala Hlller, Mlaa Katharine Graham,
Mlaa Maurine Campbell, Mr. Taylor. Mr.
' Maybury and Alfred A. Aya.
, Mlaa Elsie Eleanor Oaborna arrlyad
Sunday from Crawfordavllla, Ind., to
Spend a portion of the summer In tha
bom of bar uncle, Morton IL inaiey.
Mr. and Mra. Marlon P. Dolph left
'yesterday tor tha caat where they will
r travel for alx weeks.
Mr. and Mra. Victor Johnson and two
Children have arrived from their homej
In Minneapolis snd tsken the Oeorge B.
Whltrslds residue- In IX-ugiss lM:u?e
for the summer. Mrs. Johnson waa Mtaa
Jessie McTavlah of Spokane and num-
bera many Portland frlenda made while!
. Mrs. H. M. Wells, of Salt Lake, la
' spending s month or mora with bar!
brother and hla wife, Mr. and Mra. Alma
' Harold Sooysmitb loft yesterday for
an aaatern trip of aeveral weeks.
Ion Lewis hss returned from an east
ern trip of several waaka, aa has also I
Mrs. Edward E. Gartlnger haa aa her
guest for tha Rosa Festival, Miss Edith
Lombard of Baa Franciaco.
Mrs, T. B. Howaa.la home from Tha
. Dalles, where aha baa bean visiting fori
Mrs. Frederick Rosenberg (Mlas Gene
vieve Kelly) has coma back from Saattla
' where she wss tha guest of tha Misses I
Spencer Mastic ia tha guest of Eugene I
frlands for the week.
Guests from Portland at Oearhart fori
tha week end were: Mr. and Mrs. A, IX
' Charlton, Mlaa Young, Mr. and Mra. W.
K. Coman, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Soott. I
Mrs. O. P. Pre ton. Mr. and Mrs. O. L.
Reea. O. Honell. Mra. O. T. WUlett, 8.
Sweet, C. Goodrich, Mra. B. M. Lombard,
Mlsa a A. Wilson, Mb and Mra. A. R
Caswell. W. B. Orana, A. L. Hlbbard,
O. 8. Butterworth and W. H. Crosier.
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Price of Hats Goe Up la Paris.
From tha Queen.
Tha price of hata in Paris Is going
- op in leaps and bounds. Once It waa
oufta possible to gat a very smart bat
for 10 franca; now 100 In quite a gen-
era! price In shops which are not aven
:; first class, and In all ahops there Is
nothing desirable to ba found under to
Of course, one can get pretty hata
for IS francs, but one could not waar
them In a milieu whera It Is tha rule
'to "dress." Aa to tha reason, I can
. find none except tbat milliners, Ilka
- dressmakers, imagine tbe only way of
spending money la to buy clothes.
They look aghast, if ona exclaims
and Indignant If one' objects seriously.
And they are all alike. I wsnt with a
girl to look at soma dreasea for tho pur
pose of choosing a presentation gown
this week, and whan she said that she
did not want to pay mora than 40 to
Hi the saleswoman pursed up her lips
as if she had said 46 shillings and said
U waa pretty close figuring.
' at at 'ft
- - Put S cups of finely chopped veal In a
aaucepsn, add 2 tablespoons of fine
bread crumbs, 1 teaspoon of buttsr,
tha beaten yolks of 2 raw eggs, 1 tea
spoon of onion Juice, H teaspoon of
salt, 1 salt spoon paprika and a speck
of mace. Stir the mixture over tha flra
until thoroughly heated, then sat aside
to cool. Shape Into croquettes, dip In
beaten egg, roll In fine crumbs, 1st
stand one or more hours and fry until i
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Mlldow la Li nan. The best way , to
remove mildew from linen la to mix
equal parts of soft soap and powdered
starch, half the quantity of table salt
and aa much lemon Juloe aa will con
vert tha Ingredients Into a thick paste.
Cover the spots with the mixture and
leave the linen exposed In the open air
until the mildew Is removed.
Washing New Flannel. -New flan
nel ahould ba put Into clean, cold water
and kept there for a day or so, chang
ing the water frequently. Wash It well
la warm water, using a little soap to
remove the oil. Flannel thus washsd
dues not harden or shrink.
When Scrubbing Floors. For scrub
bing floors cold water Is preferable to
hot; It does not soak Into the wood so
readily, and consequently dries sooner.
Tbe scrubbing brush must alwaya be
moved up and down tha boards accord
ing to tha grain of the wood, and not
ONLY BIBLE QUO
Worth Knowing. When cleaning cop
per or brasa add a little turpentine to
the polish, It will help to remove stains.
For all stubborn stains use salt and
ft at at
Correct Form and Social Usage.
By Elisabeth von Ronselaer.
Those who entertain often and In a
formal manner use a card of invitation.
engraved in acript, with blank spacea In
which may be written the name or tha
guest, the words, "at dinner," and tbe
date and hour. These cards are about
four and a quarter Inches long by three
and a quarter wide. If a apeclal event
s to follow It Is written on the lower
eft hand corner of the Invitation or
across the lower part: "Muslo," "(Small
dance, or "To go afterward to the
play. These cards are also frequently
used for luncheon, afternoon bridge, and
Mew York. June f-Robert Edwards,
purser on tbe liner Beltio, and his wife,
who came over on tho Mlnnewaska to
Join blm In Nw Tork, were close to
gather yesterday at sea. So Purser Ed
wards sent to Mrs. Edwsrds on ' the
other ship this massage by wireless:
"Third epistle of John, verses It and
These two verses read:
"I have many thlnga to write, but
I wll not with pen and Ink write unto
"But I trust I shall shortly see thee
and we ahall speak together face to
face. Peace be to thee.'
But In the transmission the measage
got twisted slightly and when Mrs. Ed
wards, aboard tha Mlnnewaska, found
a Bible and looked up the reference,
aha encountered a verae which read as
"There Is a serpent In my house."
Mrs. Kdwards waa Indignant at first.
But she thought It over and decided
that there eould be but one Interpre
tation the purser had been drinking
something ha had never dene before.
Bo, in order to ehow she understood,
she wired back to him this:
"First Timothy, fifth cnaptef, twenty
"Drink no longer water, but use a
litis wine for thy stomaeh's aaks and
thy own Infirmities."
A much pusslad parser named Bd
wards got Into port laat evening. But
the muddle waa straightened out today
when the Mlnnewaska was docked.
NEW YORKER ADOPTS . '
; WOMAN OF FORTY-FIVE
. Kew Tork, . June . County Judge
Dike of Brooklyn has signed aa order
permitting George a Lockwood oC that
borough legally to adopt Mrs. L. Maud
Warder bf Laksvllls. Conn. . The, peti
tion states tbat since she was a baby
and up to the time of her marriage
Mrs. Warner lived In tbe boms . of the
petitioner and has always been raa-ardad
as one of hla own children.' -
Though Mrs. Warner la now ti years
old. Lockwood asks that he be allowed
to adopt ner so. that she may get a
hare of his aetata, whloh he says Is
small. . - f-, .
An aeroplane which seraada a nara.
chute large enough to retard Its prog
ress when It begins to fall Is being. tried
out in rraaoe. ' i , .
HE WOULDNT'GRIEVE r
; WHEN HER MOTHER DIED
Los Angeles. Cal., June l-Wbetliar
Mrs. Mabel Hsrtmann waa Justified In
leaving, her husband. William Hart
many because he refused te sympathise
with Jier at. the time of her mother's
death. Is tbe question that Judge Mon
roe ha been called upoa to . decide.
Should he find that she Is Justified he
will give her a dlvoroe en the grounds
of desertion. . .
'Mrs. Hartmann formerly resided Hi'
Columbus. On., but In August, l0i, she
ssys her husband treated her so cruelly
that she left blm to come to Los
Angeles. At the time of bar mother's
death, he Informed her that her grW
mm alllv mnA that a. lAt rtf nefinle died .
in ine woria every ey. -- -
Mra Hsrtmann la aa accomplished
musician. . .
Mrs. Lucy Merron Laughltn, who Is re
ported engaged to Major Archibald
Butt, military aide to President Taft,
whose photograph Is shown below.
Mra Laughlin, a sister of Mrs. Taft,
ia the widow of the late Thomas K.
Laughlin, the Pittsburg steel million
aire, who committed suicide two years
ago. The report of the engagement
has been circulated in Atlanta, Wash
ington, Pittsburg and New Tork.
CUPID FROM THEIR LIVES
well browned. Serve with tomato
at K st
The very latest thing In pumps and
I think one of the handsomest brought
out in a long time, Is that made from
bengallne. The heavy oord of the silk
gives a rich, substantial look and tbe
black la excellent, which Is an import
ant consideration In the matter of ahoes.
A square, tailorlsh bow of heavy rros
grain is used to finish these pumps,
which are made with leather heels In
the Cuban style.
Chicago, June . The spirit of the
motto, "United we stand, divided we
fall." has filled the home of the four
Misses Roussesu, who, it Is understood,
have tacitly s (treed to resist attempts of
Cupid to ensnare them.
Succeeding in their effort to vanquish,
the call of love, they will preserve the
home In which they have lived so long
and which their mother, Mra Catherine
T. Rousseau, whose will has Just been
admitted to probate, wished them to
Her asking came In the shape of
drawing up her will so that if any of
the four daughters did marry her part
of the estate would revert to the other
The spirit that prompts them to re
main at home is not one of selfishness,
but one of sisterly love.
"You see," said Louise who was en
gaged in darning stockings, "mother
was not set against our marriage, but
went on the assumption that when a
woman marries it Is the duty of her
husband to support her.
"As the matter stands, we now have
a home for the rest of our lives, no
matter what happens, and it certainly
is a pleasant thought.
"I do not think it likely that any of
us will marry. If ws felt Inclined to, I
know the loss of the share in the estate
leit us would not deter one of us for a
moment. We are too Independent. But
you know we love each other, and
In Inviting beware of too much acope
In wording your cards or notes. The
best way Is the simplest In such mat
ters. There are formulae for invlta
tlorm. The formula for dinner may be
"Mr. and Mrs. Jamea Smith request
the pleasure of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour's
I company at dinner on Thursday, May
14, at 8 o'clock."
In replying one must writs out ths
note, on course, no blanka being pro
vided for answers. Repeat ths princi
pal points of the invitation thua: "Mr.
and Mra. Seymour accept with pleasure
Mr. und Mrs. Jams Smith's kind invita
tion for dinner on Thursday, May 24, at
Keep the note until the party la ovsr.
You may have occasion to refur to it, to
verify a date, or excuse yourself for a
Invitations to a wedding or a ceremo
nious dinner are issusd two or three
weeks in advance of the function. In
formal invitations may be aent a week
or a few days In advance.
Invitations to weddings and formal
dlnnsrs are sent In the name of tha host
and hostess, but for an afternoon tea
they are Issued by the hostess alone.
An Invitation for a married woman
should always Include the husband un
less the entertainment Is exclusively for
women. In tha same way aa Invita
tion to a married man must include his
wife unless It is for a "stag" party.
Ons may not ask for an Invitation to
a luncheon, dinner or card party for a
friend who la visiting In one's bouse.
One may ask for an invitation to a
dance or reception for a stnansrer In
town, provided one koowa the hostessi
sufficiently well to make tbe request
It Is not courteous to Invite anyone
but an intimate friend to fill a vacancy
at tha dinner at the last moment. A
sensible friend will comply with such a
request, thereby helping a hostess in a
dilemma and earning her gratitude.
Invitations to dinners and luncheons
are not sent to friends who are in
mourning, as that would be an empty
form, but Invitations to weddings, teas,
etc., must be sent aa a mark of compli
ment and remembrance even when it is
known that these friends will not ac
Luncheon invitations follow the same
rules aa those prescribed for dinners ex
cept that an engraved invitation is less
HE SAYS HAF
FOE OF TUBERCULOSIS
Des Moines, Iowa, June 6. "Wear the
harem skirt and prevent tuberculosis. "
The Rev. James W. Graves, pastor of
Calvary Baptist church, gave this ad
vice to ths women of his congregation
In a sermon on "Tbe White Plague
"On behalf of. Innocent and helpless
children I raise my protest against ths
long skirt, or the skirt long enough
for feet to strike it," he said. 'What
ever may be the objection to the harem
variety, it would at leastvhave this,'
advantage over the onea which carry
death and destruction into our homes
from th, thnmurhfara tt th fltv
8 weep, sweep, sweepl Where the waste 'j
at the trli I1a thick 1
Sweep, sweep, sweep! However bur path
wa nick. I
Dust, bacillus and gsrm, bacillus and,
Till we shudder and turn from the ,
O, men, with sisters dear! O, men, who
nave wen dressed wives.
It Is not alone an expensive mode. It .
is one mat nasaras lives: ;
For malignant microbes swarm In the l
triturated dirt I
And the dress that sweeps It up may I
prove a shroud as well as a sklrtl
"Tuberculosis Is a preventable dls-!
esse. It is safe to say that practically ,
all the Ills of humanity are due to ig
norance, sareleasness, willful transgres- 1
slon and shameleas sinfulness.' j
GETTING RICH OBSCURES '
AFFECTION; WIFE SUES,
United Press Lasses' Wire.) ' j
Chicago, June t. In a suit filed for
separate maintenance against John V.
Steger, wealthy piano manufacturer,
Mra Louise Steger alleges 'her husband
gave himself up to the accumulation of
wealth to such an extent that his af
fection for her was obscured.
By Russi's Band
At Armory Tomorrow After
noon and Evening
Admission 1 Oc
PneerTlng Hints Worth Knowing.
Six boxes of strawberries will yield
five pints of Jam.
Five boxes of currants will yield Alne
glasses of Jelly.
Six pounds of peaches will yield eljht
pint Jars of preserves.
Seven pounds of peaches will yield
IS glaaees of marmalade.
One peck of quince will yield 11
frequently used, as the entertainment is "es ,
"Can't-Beat-It" Hair Sale
ROSE FESTIVAL WEEK
Extra heavy long gray Switches, $25.00 values, for flR.OO
Natural wavy German Switches, 30 to 36 in. long, $25 val...f 15.00
$18.00 values for $9.0O $10.00 values for T,50
$ 7.50 values for $4.75 $ 5.00 values for 2.50
$3.00 values for 1.75
Convent-cut Switches, 3 separate strands, long and extra heavy,
$75.00 values, for 45.00
$65 and $55 values for ..35.00 $35 values for 25.00
Centers parted, natural wavy gray front pieces, for elderly
ladies, $25.00 values, for 15.00
Complete assortment of Puffs, Curls and Transformations.
SPECIAL PRICES ON ALL GOODS FESTIVAL WEEK ONLY
THE NEW ERA HAIR SHOP
384 Morrison St, Opposite Olds, Wortman ft King
t H st
things would not be quite natural If The wife an' kids they thinks me dead, 10 Sflassea of Jelly,
one of us left." "I1,,n aame is jubi as wen,
She said she was not speaking effi- ; ..J?rt' tn ure ?v
clally but the nod. of the sister, con- , woTkJd ag fro'm day ' to day,
firmed every word. Azf gave 'em most I made. '
The women other than Louise are I But guys don't alt such fancy nir
Kllsa, Victors and Clara. They are be- Who worka with pick and spade.
& Km wilii iit:H. an upaae my laas,
a on iiiui Lai nuuri t uny
Grew worn an' bent to meet the rent
An' keep the wolf away.
Four pounds of plums will yield five
pint Jars of preeervea
Four quarts of crab apples, measured '
after cutting the fruit small, will yield i
Journal Want Ads bring results.
I s'pose the wife has tot to acnih
The way she used to do.
But I aln t eatln' half the grub
An' cussln' of It, too;
I'm alttln' hand-outs when I bin
Anr workln when I must.
Er lookln' out the Jail I'm In
tr pioaain' through the dost
Er ploddln' through the dust, my lads.
nrlil dk hmm 1, 1 '
v Sjlllul VI IUJ Jllll,
Will outwear any Silk Glove roads. The
reasnn for this Is the N I A O A RA PRO
CESS. This process eliminates every par
ticle of impurity from the silk, allowing
nothing but the finest and purest of silk
to enter the glove fabric.
The style, coloring and workmanship
are the best that a modern factory equip
ment and Intelligent operatives can pro
duce. "KIAOABA HAJD" BUJC OXrOTBfl oan
be had in THE BEST STORES at the us
ual Silk Glove prices.
Ton will find a Crnarantos Tlokst 1a ev
Most gooa stores also carry "NIAGARA
MAID" Silk Underwear, which Is a daln
' ty economy for tho particular woman. Ask
your dealer to show it to you.
NIAGARA SILK MILLS. Worth Teaawaada, N. T.'
New York Baa Francisco Chicago
The genuine "Kayoer
Long Silk Gloves
"Cost no more" than the "ordinary kind"
don't wear oat at the finger ends and every pair contains
A Guarantee that Guarantees
a new pair free" 11 the "tips" wear out before
the glove tot tae no rkk.
For over a quarter of a century "KAYSER'S" have
been the standard silk glove of America. There's
a way to tell the genuine" look in the hem"
for the name KAYSER," it is assurance of
glove satisfaction, and is there
for your protection.
Short Silk Clare, 50c, 75c, $1.00
Leaf " " 7Sct$L00,$1.2S,$LS0
3 Jsltst Ksrterft Cs., Hakers,NevTerk
An' glad to be so loose an'
Although It is a sin.
An' life ain't got no problems now
Nor worries that Is deep,
Fer any bo can tell you how
To git yer grub an' sleep;
From Frisco Town to Sandy Rook.
Key West to Portland. Maine,
Mv lazy hobo train la took
ay root, er boat, er train.
By foot, er boat, er train, my lade.
An' never fare I pay.
I haven't found the place I'm bound.
But I am on mv wav.
Berton Braley In the New Tork Amer-
St st H
Sometimes at early morn, when thrushes
And long before I hear the first foot-
Often before a bird Is on ths win
a. injur x neat iiierj
Bometlmes in that sad . sound whn
Before taking Lydia EPinkham's
Natick, Mass. "I cannot express
I what l went through aurlrg tbe change
lor lire cterore l tried
JLydia II Plnkham's
jpound. A was in such,
la nervons condition
I could not keep
still. Mv limbs
were cold, I had
and 1 co aid not sleeo
nights. .1 was finally
toia dv two phys
icians that I also
had a tumor. I read
one day of the wonderful itures made
by Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable
orlavaa I w " i .... V
Sometimes between tha sl.-Mn. -e w i yoiuwmiiu uu ubhubu w . wry m
wheat. - "i ana u nas maae me a wu woman.
sometimes between the rustling of the My neighbors and f riends declare it
I nan wnrlrAn a Tnirala Trr una I wlii
. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound is
Sometimes at night upon tho moonlit worth its weight in gold OP Women
w.. -u .. , ., aunag mis penoa oi uie. n 15 win
whfie Uent ,or heJP others you may publish my
Sometimes when sunriss dances on h lewer. jars. JNATHAN Xi. WBEATOU,
. r,"4 .. I oi. xx. -mam d li ecu, xnatu;a, .mass
The Change of Life is the most criti.
Bomenmes wnen railing blossoms from I cal period of a woman s existence.
wrht on mr fao- with m. ...fc I women everywhere should remember
of biiss: that there is no other
Sometimes in the caressing of the to medicine that will so successfully
"' carrv wnmpn . r.nrnncrn rnie rmn
I think I feel thy kiss.
And sometimes when the sunshine seems
ioo DriKnt, .
And sometimes in the falling of a
eriod as Lydia E Pinkham's yege
If you would like snecfal advice
About Vfllir caiA wrlfA a. ron fifl on
And someumea in ths darkness of life's tial letter to Bfrs. Pinkbam, at
I think I feel thee near! LTUn, iuaaa. ItPf advice IS tree,
-Margaret Mclntyro. 1 sua always ueipitii . ;-.-.
Have your ticket read "Burlington"
For Diverse Routes East
In planning a five or six thousand mile tour of thf east, we
want you to "get the best out of it," the best railroad service,
we want you to see and know your country its scenic, farming,
industrial, commercial and transportation resources.
Note where Burlingfon trains run:
Via Great-Northern, St Paul to Chicago.
Via Northern Pacific, Sji. Paul to Chicago.
Minneapolis,' St. Paul ancj Chicago.
Via Northern Pacific, Kansas City to St. Louis.
Via Great Northern, Kansas City to St. Louis.
Via Northern Pacific or Great Northern to Denver.
Via Northern Pacific or Great Northern to Omaha.
Minneapolis, St Paul and St Louis.
Denver, Omaha and Chicago.
Denver, Kansas City and St. Louis.
Denver, Kansas City and Chicago.
Omaha, Chicago and St Louis.
oma remember w V T" N s .1 r
remedy known Very Lovt Excursion rares to the East
In Effect Frequently Each Month
Ask initianine agents or the undersigned for rates
. via the Burlington.
A. C SHELDON, General Agent C, B. & Q. R. R.
100 Third St, Portland, Ore. .