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' THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND,' WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 2L lilt.
i Uri. ft Ednrd Oralis fa entertalnlns?
bar mother. Mrs. J. H. Henry, of Atas-
caaero rancn, near Ban iouia uoi.pu,
Cal. Mra. Henry arrived la at Tueeday
ana expects to remain sis weaas.
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Mr.-and Wra. Laatar R. Koltoek ara
bainr fslloUated by thslr many friends
on tha arrival or a daughter, Saturday,
r - , a
rilr. and Mrs. Frank OUchiiat Owaa
and Mlaa Emma Shelby, of San rraa-
tinea, w I" return toanerrew Cram a no
tor trfp to Mt. Hood. TJey left raster-
r aey.. r
. Mra. , Oeorse D, . Peters telephoned
frlanda to maka up two tablta of brldvo
yaaterday for Mra. Lytnao TV Powell, of
waat BuDcrfor." Wlsv who la tha truest
I or her mother. Mra. Warran K.,McCerO.
Mra. vrsna Aicuonauan ana Mra. rrans
Ralcy won' tbe farora. Tomorrow Dr.
aod Mra. Patera art leaving, ' Jn com
pany with Dr. and Mra. Ray Mataon,
for Ban Franelaeo. Dr. and Mra. Mat
aon will eontlnuo to Los Angeles but
Dr. And Mra. Patara will Join frlanda la
-tha bay city and together will motor to
Baa Diego and back.
. 'Mra., John Raymend Holman enter
tained with a pretty pink sweet . pea
lunoneoa or eight covera yeeteraay.
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. Mr. ' and Mra7 I. N. Flelaehnar and
family wilt cloaa up their town nouee
Saturday and go ta Seaside, where they
will occupy their attractive beach houae
i for tha summer.
, a a
I '. . If . Vr Tjrii-4 Hovratf and
Mlaa Margaret Helen Ruaaell were two
Portland gtrla who received the bache
lor of arte degree In eaatern colleges
yeeterdsy. Mlaa Heweta graduated from
Weiieeley and Mlaa Ruaaell from
Smith. . t
Mra. Katharine A. Daly waa hoatess
at an attractive affair yeaterday when
aha aaked gueata for nine tablea of "mil
itary whist, in oompllment to Mra. P.
B. M, Millar, Mra, Frederick U Stln
son's gueat from Seattle. Red and white
roeea In great profualon ware the deco
ration! about tha rooma. Those playing
under. the Mexican flag won blahest
honors. Saturday Mra. etlnaon enter
tained with four Ublea of bridge for
ner gueat when Mra I, F. Lamping of
Seattle captured tha ' prise. Caroline
Teatout roaea were uaed.- Mrs. Charlea
Webber aaalatad. tha hoateaa. A week
ago today Mra. Webber waa another
bridge hoateaa for Mra. Millar. Satur
day Mra. Jacob Hill Cook will compli
ment Mrs. Miller with a bridge and on
next Wedneaday Mra C. A. Coolldga haa
planned a large bridge ln her honor at
we uoir ciutt.
Mlaa Helen Simon haa aa her gueat
Mlaa Vera Metsger of San Fraaclaoo.
Saturday Mlaa Btraon gave a luncheon
honoring her gueat and Mlaa Ruth 8 Ion
L Covera were plaoed for 14 at a ta
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WHAT EVERY 'M AN KNOWS
Written for Tha Journal p? Darra Mora
wiah I bad not .forgotten . my
mother's teachings, beoauaa she
knew what she waa. talking about
and woman aha ould read Ilka a
i . , ... book. : Bhe would hava.aaved ma
fifty , thouaand dollara and got - ma a
wife. I might have got a good woman In
a country town who would havlaye4
square with ma and been kind to ma la
my old age, but I thoaght I could gat
.HobU skirt.' " . ..
Theao words cams from tha tips of
an ' lowa - farmer " fcftaf he --had been
"studf". f6r 180,000 by a daahlng young
tamptreaa whoaa plotureaqua appearance
Invarlapiy cauaea comment and admira
tion wnarever men congregate- ,
Mra. Arthur S. Burden, tha beautiful
New York ooclety matron, In bar
"anake gown," which created a Ben
, satlon at tha International polo games
at Meadowbrook. Long Ialand. Her
claaalo figure waa awathed In a won
derful creation of oriental Unea, mod
arnltad by a decided bobbin affect at
tha ankles. '
I will Void their amwal aleotloa of off!
I cere on Thuradar -afternoon at tha homo
of Mra. H. H. Duff. 18 i North Twenty
hi. v..-,.. .,..i... n i 7iT. aecond atraet A full attendance of
In arreen and whit a. mim nimon will membera la required.
be one of the attendanta at tha wed
ding of Mtss SIchel and Albert Bchwelt
sar of Ban Franelaeo at Temple Beth
, Mra. W. H. Boyer la entertaining Mrs,
u F. Lamping of Beattle.
EASTERN WIDOW PICKS
OUT MAN WITH RED ROSE
Runt. RjirharsL. Cm.1.. Jnn tl. ComllljT
Dal" I tM annHnan f f rVtrrl Ttalltf mvtaa tf
;ay coyer emenainea aij tea lor w-, ft mvt ,n, had BeveP Ben. Mra.
Ann Marlah Attwater, SO, alngled out
Luclan Beal, 60, a wealthy rancher of
Qoleta, by means of a red roaa worn on
the lapel of hla coat , today, and li min-
Mra. Lamping and Mra. . Lewla, Mr.
Boyers slater from Spokane.
Mra. M. R. Jarvia and her daughters
Mrs. Eara Goto and Mra. J. O. Buiwell, ,, T.V JV, 1. J.V. m.n
.it n.biDn ... .v.. ....... ' I utes later they were man and wife.
eaa vr i vMnoiiUt Ko iew ue vaa UV Ml ft
and Mra. Arthur U Flah. Mra. Flah Is
Mrs. Jarvia daughter.
Mra. Henry Waldo Coe left this morn.
Ing on a trip to North - Dakota. She
will probably be gone about 10 days.
Mra, John Halley haa returneStb-.her
home In Pendleton after a visit of a
fortnight with Mra Berkeley Halley.
A Portland gueat at the Bowers this
week who la being shown many de
lightful courtealea by prominent Hiber
nians In the city, la Mlaa Eva Condon,
understudy in tne John Drew company.
Mlaa Condon la a daughter of the fa-
moua Irian patriot. Captain Edward
O'Meagher Condon, and wherever aha
goea aha la ahowered with attention.
Among the many Portland glrla ex
pealed home from eaatern schools Is
Miss Helen M. McGulre, daughter of
Mra. Sylvia W. McQulre. who haa Juat
finished ner second year at wouina col
lege, Holllna, Va. At present she Is
visiting her roommate. Miss Grace
Thames of Taylor, Texas, but Is ex
peoted to arrive next week.
' Mrs. Eliza Francea Fraker haa aent
out lnvltatlona for the wedding of her
daughter, Miss Mltylene Fraker, to John
Robert Stltea, Wedneaday evening, July
On Monday at St Martins, Chestnut
Hilt Pa., Mlaa Hasel Hotobkiaa of
Berkeley, Cat, successfully defended
her title aa woman's national tennis
champion, when she defeated Mlaa
. Florenoo Sutton Of Los Angeles, two
sets out of three. Miss Hotchklae haa
frequently played on the local courts.
She Is always entertained on Jier Port
land vielta by Mr. and Mra. F. H,' V.
" The Daughters of ' tho ' Confederacy I
My, but you are a fine looking old
chap,". said Mrs. Attwater as she em
braced Beal; "let's hurry to tho court
a i i i "
Sunday Closing Denied,
8anta Ana, Cal.. June 31. By a vote
of 4 to 1 the olty council haa denied
the petition of local church federation
aaklng for the Sunday closing or pool
rooms, ball parka and theatres.
To Have a Clear, .
y Man aim Duxua
(From Chicago Inter Ocean)
Madame D'MUle, one of Paris' most
famous beauties Just passing through
Chicago, gives us a few valuable ldeaa
on akin treatment, as follows:
"Yes, I have-Just com from beauti
ful Japan, and I muat aay the Japanese
women have many toilet formulas and
ldeaa which American women ahould
"What do they bee to make their
skin so soft and velvety?. ;
"Any American woman can use tne
aame treatment ir ane aesires. Dis
solve a small original package of maya
tone In about eight ouncea of wltchhasel.
Maaaage tha. face, arms and neck with
this solution once or -twleo a day, and
you will ahortly find you have a lovely,
soft complexion, and then tho best of It
all "Is that this solution prevents the
growth of hair and is absolutely harm
less to tho most delicate skin. Make tho
"wny, yes-or course r as It Jnst
see how beautifully soft my arms and
race ara, ana not a nair.
"No: you will never use powder again,
ana inose stray nairs wu soon do miss
ing from your race." - ,
to the East
June 6, T, ,10, lay la, 17. tl.
aa, &3, aa, 88, as, so.
.July 1, 8. , vs. e. 18, SO. 8ft,'
14, IB, It, IT.
August 8. 4
81, 88, 83, I
CHICAGO AND RETURN . . ; ::. :72Q
ST. LOUIS AND RETURN ...... . $70.00
NEW YORK AND RETURN . , . . '$108.50
BOSTON, AND RETURN. . . . . .$110.00
ST. PAUU MINNEAPOLIS, DULUTH,
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY, ST. JOE AND
RETURN . ... ....... ... r.. ...$60.00
Tlokats allow fifteen - (Iff) days for going passage, final
return limit October 11. Oo one way and return another if
vou wish, stop overs allowed within limit In each direction. '
7 " Ride on the ORIENTAL LIMITED. - throuah ' SUndaid
and Tourlat Sleepers, Portland to Chicago, In 71 houra with
Service and aeenerv xtlneu massed.
Tlcketa and aleepln car-' reservations
street Portland, or at Da
rn DMTMV.s a. tn a
bXXBAXO OBAT. A. O. X. P. A.
There are many "farmera" who follow
tha call tof. the Bird of Paradlae, and
'come to .with the same little old re-
fraln. .We hear men talk a lot about
tho modsst brown wren,, wo hear them
eulogise Iter aa their Ideal of woman
hood, but when the band .begins to play,
It la always the Bird of Paradise that
wears the Imperial badge . of the fa
vorite.' .And, aa vnetn .luxuriates i in the
luring glow of her golden head and tha
hypnotlo dassle or har iridescent breast
he whlspsrs to hlmaelf, ."How- In the
world did I ever atand-.that common.
every -day little brown 4venv ; She was a
nloet oomfortablo lltua bird, but why
bother with her kind, when 1 can get
suoh a sun-burst of fascinations?"
And. when In this mood, he never
stops to count tho cost Hs drifts along
caring not wblthsr nor whence, lulled
to a dlaregard of everything under
Heaven, but the vntloementa of hla
sinuous charmer. But there comes a
terrifying moment a moment when his
heart stops beating, and hla cheek Is
blanched. The brilliant ouiUnee of the
Bird of Paradlae fade and In their atead
appear the hldobus talona of tho vol-,
tare. 1 -The sneering, mockloc vision
thrown back at Mm an empty puree,
and then, be understands. No loager
poaaeaainf that anon . whloh gorgeoua
Birds of Paradlae feed, he ta turned
Into thoatreet . ; " J t ;
.. Than, he remembers Mother and her
teaohlnga, and the little farm that ha
has sold to gratify the whims of Ms sn
ehen tree a. And, finally, he thinks of
the little Brown Wren that ho discarded.
Somehow, be scrapes together enough
money t -go to tbe little country town
where the little Brown Wren Uvea.' Bhe
is atlll Juat a oommonplaoe, uniatereet
Ing little eoantry girl, but her eyea are(
boneet her llpa pure and her plain lit
tle gingham dreas apoUess. He tells
her how . be has lost his hard-sarned
money In speculation In tho city. He
telle her how he haa always admired
her stmpls clothes, her quiet manner and
her wholesome thoughts. Ho tells her
she Is tho only woman hs 'has over
loved, that all hla life he haa been
waiting for this day.
"I haven't anything but an honest
heart to offer you; but will you marry
ma little Brown Wren 7" he a ska.
And, tho little Brown Wren puta out
bar hand and draws him cloaa to her
breaat as she replied:
"How good, how bravo, how manly
you are! i n sorry your speculations
have turned out badly, but never mind,
have been earing up my money for
ever so many yeara, and I bavo enough
to buy us a little home, where wo can
atart all over again."
And she kissed blm ever so prettily,
Tm so glad I'm the only woman you
ever loved, for I have always lovsd you.
you are the only sweetheart I ve ever
had. I'll always love you."
And. he knew aha told the truth.
pour over tha prunes. Put this la
mold, and when served, out a place from
tho renter and fill with whipped cream,
or uae for a .salad with mayonnalae
' H ' ' v4;;; v- it n l I
' V.'. . Jane.
Me thought that winter, love, would
. never ena.
That tho dark year had slain tho Inno
your soft hand, this
', la mine, beloved
Nor hoped that
woo id lie. aa now,
And, like some msgto
dream dean avea
Hold all the summer skies.
But lol tho world again Is msd with
Tbe long white silence spoke, small
m bird by bird.
Blad after blade, amid the song of
The graaa stole back once more and
thera wee haarrf
The ancient mualaof the vernal spheres.
Half laughter and half tears.
Ah! love, and now too awlftly, like aome
UNMARRIED WOMEN ARE.
VICTORS IN TOURNAMENT
(tailed Preas Leased Wire.)
Pittsburg. Pa., Juno 11. In tha finale
of the Oakmount Country club golf tour
nament two unmarried women were rlo
tors. Out of the li entries In the tour
nament 11 were married women. -
72, INVENTOR TO CRUISE.
UNTIL HE'S 100 YEARS OLD
(United Preas Leased Wire.)
New Tork. Juno 11. To escape buat
nesa carea for tho remainder of hla
Ufa, Jamea B. Hammond, Tl, millionaire
Inventor, ia arranging today to leave
here July 1 on a crulae to laat until he
ta 190 yeara old. Hammond will aall
In a new yacht the Lounger II, designed
Stew about two dosen largo prunes
and when cold remove the atonea. Take
the aame amount of almonda, blanch
and brown them and put one In each
prune. Take half a cupful of gelatin
and put over It juat enough cold water
to cover. Heat the Juice the prunea were
cooked In, meaaure one pint and pour
over the gelatin; have the Juice boiling
hot Add half a cupful of augar and
the' Juice of three lemona, atraln and
Raining hot klaaes on
The mad young year, delirious with
Squanders his fairy treasure, bloom on
Too soon the wild roaa hastens to be
Too swift O June, thy feett
Tarry a little, aummar, crowd not ao
All glory and gladneaa In ao brief a
Teach all thy dancing flowers a step
And bid thy wild musicians softller
O hast thou thought that like a mad
Tho longeat summer ends.
Richard La Oalllenne In the Colum
Menu for a B3-Ont dam Luncheon
by Mrs. Scott
Here la an appetising, nourishing and
seaaonabla luncheon for four adulta, tha
food coat of which Is 1 cants more than
a half dollar. Now Is a good time to
have clams, and In ths following menu
they form sn excellent balance:
Thla la the menu:
Bsked New Potatoea.
The reclpea for the dlahea are aa fol
lows: Deviled Clams Eight large clama, 1
cup milk, 1 tablespoon butter, 1 egg, 1
tablespoons flour, H cup bread o rumba,
1 teaspoon grated colon, 1 teaspoon fine
ly chopped parsley, H teaspoon aalt,
dash white pepper, daah paprika.
Rinse the clama, put them In a sauce
pan, let come to a boil. When cold put
through meat chopper. To the clam
stock add the milk, then the butter and
flour, which have been rubbed together,
atlr until smooth, add the onion, paraley,
aalt pepper and paprika, then chopped
clama; cook I tnlnutea, aet aalda to
cool. When buying the clama have the
dealer give you the ahella; wash, scald
and dry them and fill In with tho clam
mixture. Bruah the well beaten egg
over the top; then duat tha bread-
crumbe: bake In bot oven 19 minutes.
or until light brown. These can also
bo fried In deep, hot fat,
Coat dams 11 cents, milk I cents.
butter cents, egg 1 csnts, seasonings
1H cents; total, 31 H eents, .
Baked Potatoes Wash and -dry ths
potatoea and bako la h.ot oven 19 min
utes. '" ,
Cost Eight asw potatoes, 10 cents.
' Pepper Hash One small head cab
bage, 1 pepper, teaspoon celery seed,
U teaspoon mustard seed, I elovea, 1
tablespoon sugar, 1 teaspoon salt oup
vinegar. , Wash and chop tbe cabbage
fine, let ' Ho In cold water half hour;
chop tho pepper fine, drain tha cabbage
and mis all tho Ingredients together.
Coat Cabbage I eenta, pepper 1 cents,
seasonings I eents. vinegar 1 cent To
ut 11 eenta.
Floating Island Two cups milk, 1
sggs, 1 tablespoons augar, M teaspoon
vanilla. Put tha milk In top of double
boiler. AO soon aa It bolla drop tha
atlf fly beaten whltee on top, about 4 or
spoonfuls cover and boll 1 or 4 mln-
utea Remove the cooked wbltea, add
tko wall beatea yolks and augar, the va
nilla, and a pinch of aalt 8tlr until
It thlckena, aet aalda to cool. Pour the
custard Into a dish and float tha whltea
on tho top. JThle eaa also bo served In
Coat Milk 4 cents, oors 4 eenta, ether
ingredients Itt rnte. Tout. tH cents.
ToUl cost i Of dinner Clama tm
eenta, potatoes 14 cents, pepper haah 11
cents, eaeert H cents. .Total It eenta
' CfcUdren lesaert. !
Soak bslf a cupful of tapioca la luko
warm water all Bight; boll In milk In ft
double boiler until clear all through and
quite thlok: let eool and add two eggs
whipped up with ft half cupful of sugar;,
pour Into ft deep dish and cover with
spongs batter. Cook slowly. Serve with -the
following sauce: Let one pint of
new milk come to a bolL lift off and
stir In one egg. whipped up with three
tablespoonfuls sugar and - pinch of
cinnamon., '. '",'
$6,000,000 Neiress weds Vf:
HER FORMER CHAUFFEUR ,
Chicago. Juns 11. Mra Grace Velio
Harper. 14,000,000 heireea, who figured '
In a 1180,040 alienation autt haa married ' :
Sidney Harria, her former chauffeur. -Announoement
of the marriage cams
from York Beach, Malna
Painless Dental Methods
Are demanded these dava. But expertdentlatry doea not and with pain
less methods. After tne work la all done, every peraon wanta and haa
a right to expect one of two things their own teeth restored to their
original usefulness and beauty or new teeth that look, feel and give
ths same satlafactory aervlce aa healthy teeth of their own.
crown and bridge attachments ara made of eolld 11-k.
US w ivnvini tn fit mih individual tnnth. tt a ainruaa BtarnTS
make all gold crowna to meaaure of solid 11 k. gold. We are B
TXJumrZS to show tho people of Portlaad that wo are adverttslao
on the strength of oar skill ana expect to reap the benefit by your fu
ture patronage and recommendation a
Do You Wear Artificial Teeth?
If vou do, have ua make them over and react the teeth oa a new plate,
that will give your mouth and face natural expression.
Special Rates for 20 Days
22-k. Gold or Whit Crowns .'. dQ nf
22-k. Bridg Teeth, guaranteed, each.... DOeUU
Good Set of Teeth on Rubber Plate fS.OO
U. SI PAINLESS DENTISTS
Of floe open from till ft i staadays, S to 18 A. MC
Over Merchaate Xatlonal Bank, entire corner.
Satire Cornet a
Ask to See Our Special Three-Room Outfit for $127.00. A New Line of Pine Folding
Go-Carts, Just Sampled. A Great Display ot Excellent Willow Furniture, First Floor.
Powers Invites Every Young Couple About
to Furnish Up a Home, to This Great Store
It is a store that can wonderfully help you a store that is. prepared at all times to give you better service, better prices
and better and larger assortments. Its "Dignified Credit System" is a model of convenience. It enables you to immedi
ately furnish a comfortable home on easy terms of payment. You need the acquaintance of this store.
Cash or Credit Terms to Suit
A Davenport with all the earmarks of a bed left out. One'simpu
and easy operation changes the Davenport into a full-sized comfort
able bed. j
fiot Necessary to Sleep Upon the Upholstering
The bed is a full steel sanitary bed, which opens from under the
seat and provides plenty of room for bedding. I he one illustrated
is made of- selected quartered oak, finished golden, 9 Wg ' Et
upholstered in best grade of Moroccoline leather 'nja j if
an imitation of real leather. Soeciallv nriced at ser v
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Kitchen Outfit I"
Special This Week
Truly a wonderful bar
gain. Here are ten arti
cles used every day in the
week that we place on
sale tomorrow at this very special price. Pieces ex
actly as pictured. Set consists of Meat Saw, Butcher
Knife, Bread Knife, Potato Knife, Can Opener, Uuce
Spoon, Fork, Cake Turner, Cleaver and Steel. All
pieces fitted with an attachment to hold in black
enamel rack. The rack measures 22 inches wide.
Cash or CrefJit-Terms to Suit
Axminster Rugs $ .69
Specially Priced at li
Sell at $3
Better Rues, too, than vou usually are asked to pay $3.00 for. The
size is 27x54 inches, and almost every color and design is represented
Good, serviceable Rugs, appropriate for. use in most any room. A
quality that- will give you most excellent service. You save exactly
Cash or Credit Terms to Suit
No. 8 size, all
copper- body riv
eled wood grip.
nr ' "V
Regular $2 qual
ity. Large size.
For This $15
Covered in Art Cretonne
Box is 30 inches wide and 6 feet and 2 inches long. Uphol
stered on deep, comfortable springs, covered with a pretty
Art Cretonne, Box fitted with patent lifting hinges. The deep
box provides a splendid storage for summer dresses, etc.
Cash or CreditTerms to Suit
For as good
want to use.
a Range as you would
Fuel economy is an im
portant item in a range almost as im
portant as good cooking facilities.
Every housewife wants "to do good
cooking, but she does not want it to
cost her too much in fuel. The good
cooking qualities of the
Are enhanced by the great fuel economy.
See Special Demonstration in Yamhill Street Window
Our Complete Housefurnishlng
Department Is at Your Service
Hive you visited our big Housefurnish
ing department in the basement sales
room, a beautiful lighted department de
Stoves and Ranges
Dinner Sets, China, Cut Glass
Granite, Steel and Enamelware
PRICES MOST REASONABLE
Large and comfortable, made of
oak, finished golden. Has heavy
carpet seat folds very compactly.
Specially adapted for use on porch
Cash or Credit Terms to Suit
Drop Leaf Dining
Table Special $2.65
Size 42x44 when leaves are raised.
Finished natural or golden Has
round turned legs instead of s'quare,
as shown. . 3 - v . ,
Cash or Credit Terms to Suit.