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-ft.: AND'ma' CAT LOMBARD
, ( , presided at a beautifully P
I j pointed dinner Glance last even
's J. lnff at the W'averly Country club
' In honor of Mr. Lombard s birth
day. The 62 truest. were
Ion table in, the apaolou- dining room
of the c!ud, which was set with Vene
tian bowls lftn with huKe j American
beauty buds. , Greens, and palms
ik. .ir mi in attractive setttng-
for the many handsome gowns worn.
In the'eorner of the ball
- a j,inr thn dancing. T tie
-mantle in iae rw' -- - -z
banked with Uhe. c"let , rosebuds and
palrea were set about In effective clus
ters. Those who enjoyed the I mbard
hospitality were: . Mr. and Mrs. Guy
W. Talbot, Mr. and Mrs. C. E.i Grelle,
Mr. aid Mrs. E. C. Shevlln, Mr. and Mr.
Scott Brooke, Mr. and Mrs. P avid T.
Hcneyman.. Mr. and Mrs. - David C.
Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. James Cougherty.
Mr. and Mrs. Pobert W. Forbes. Mr. end
Mrs.- Victor Johnson, Mr. ancVMrs. vv.
B. Mackay, Mr. endMrs. Frank Q.
Owen. Dr. and Mrs. Ge orrs J8-1
Mr. and Mrs. Wells Gilbert Mr. and
, Mrs. Morris IL Wbitehouse. Mr. and
1 Mrs. " X Wesley Ladd. Dr. and Mrs.
Ralph C MaUoh,',Mr. and Mrs. waiter
VF Burrell. Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Honeyr
mart. Major and Mra. Adrian Fleming"
of the Army post; Mr. and Mrs. Thomaa
Robertson. , Mrs. ' Elisabeth Freeman.
Miss . Cert rude .f;Taibt.m;MVss-Bertha
Tongue, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wilder,
Clarence Bewail, TSaleS Llnthtcuia,.Jor
dan Ssn and Kurt Koehler. -
Groctter Cleason Nuptials.' t
. Mitts Louise Gleason : marts' a moat
charming and petlW little bride Y?-
day morning .when eha was wrrW lJ
Valter Albin'Gruetter at the Madeleine
church In Irvlngton tor theRev, Father
Thompson, 1 The ceremony ' waa read at
, n:30 a, m. and was followed by a
nuptial mass. . A feature of the services
was the singing of Miss Madeline Stone.
J Clair Montelth and Oliver B. Hughes,
with Miss Mayme Helen tlna presid
ing at the, organ.' :"Zt-- ;-f :''':-,
a! fashlonlbly gowned isudlenes filled
the- church;. . The altars were a bower
" of flowers and greens, white cosmos be
ing used In ,prof usion with ferns and
palms. iThe wedding party, taking their
places In the sanctuary for; the xere
wony. presented a charming picture, col
v orful and beautiful in the soft glow of
the alter candles. .; The bride was ex
quisitely downed In ! Ivory white chsr
meuse draped In handsome lace, a com
blnatlon- of point; de Game and real ap
plique. . " V-'-'
i Her cap was fashioned of the same
lace and her long tulle veil fell in filmy
. folds over . the whole In h5" -
- 1-Ur hnunuet was of UUes of - the
. I .. ..Am VII I SO
valley and erchlda arranged In a shower
t . wtn tne M.ue uu . ,
' Waiter B. Gleason led his sister to the
, altar and Miss" Edna Minsinger was her
only attendant Miss Minsinger . was
oeautlf ully gowned -wMtm "i0
plaited shadow lace1 with a drape . of
emerald green chiffon and a chic black
lace tost. Htt booquet was of Richmond
- , Harold SooysmUh" or' Balem actfcd all
best man, and the ushers were wmiam
Hsely. Joseph Cronin, . Maurice Dooly
and Walter Daly.
After the service the bridal party re
ceived at the home of the bride's mother,
Mrs James Reason, on Thirteenth and
WsTdler Streets; trom 12:30 until 8. Mrs.
handsomely, gowned In a
toned charieuse' with draped sklrt en
kAsio. of white over gold
. Jace. Bhe wore becoming hat of black
wttn piumo. j
jThe house was. elaborately decorated
with- Htufin' leaves d Oregon irape
.'combined with clusters of russet sWded
, 3a which harmonised "l
ively with the autumn tones, r A. string
orchestra played wl,;?; Xtn
of the reception from the upper hail,
whe. they were arranged in a bower of
palms and greens4;? 'v?'?, ,
Mrs Dan J. Malarkey and Mrs. Henry
- K-McGinn presided a the dining table.
f?om which a buffet luncheon was
iered The table was most attractively
. .ftTwlth cter of pink Klll.rney bud.
and festoons of asparagus rn. Mrs.
. Malarkey was attired In a gown of 'mole
' , "T 'a meteor. ; a handsome
- fcnriioe was comoineo 7 """" ,
i . ana heors some chafmlnr ' .1 ver an
.i i.,n,miit lir hat was oi
mm.: Mnninn wore ; Handsome gown
of . black charmeuse with anoverdrape
of black sccoraion pianea
bodice of white lace over pink chiffon.
The greatest assortment of Cloaks ts
the ofty to choose from at this price.
values W fwuo, -..', -
SiIa Sint & Cloak Co.
.v -.-. .;.;'-j- trrsTAros : :;.:-'-'.-:
'Fifth and Wathinton Sts.
Her hat was of ; black chiffon and
plumes."-- . ' v - ...':
Miss Mary Kern and Miss Clara
Marsch presided at the punch bowl and
asnlsting about the rooms, were Miss
Frances Brady, Miss Helen Minsinger,
Miss Marjdrle Read end Miss Irene
Daly; .'- , ;, : ''
Tlie ring was cut ' by - Miss Kdna
Minsinger and Miss Xrene Daly taught
the bride's bouquet, v, . ' ' ' ,
: Mr.' and Mrs. Gructter left for thel
honeymoon trip through southern Cali
fornia and they will be at home after
November 1 at the Trinity Place apart-ueata.-:
?rrrf:'4 ... ... .-."T1 "!f '
Mr, Gruetter is a native of Swltser
land, where he passed his childhood.' He
has resided In the west for the past five
years. Miss Gleason Is the daughter of
the late James ' Gleason. one of . Port
land's, best known attorneys. :
tteaJy-Monks JVeddlng. " ;
- This morning at 11 o'clock tbt many
friends of Miss Mary Monks and Frank
8. Healy thronged 8t. Patrick church
for the wedding, which was read by Rev.
Father .Murphy, pastor of the church.
Both Mr.-Healy and Miss Monks are
popular young ! people and the affair
elicited much interest. : Miss. Monks is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James
Monks, e charming and attractive girl.
Her sister, Mrs, J. C Costello (Mar
garet Monks) was the matron of honor
and the bridesmaids were Miss Theresa
Jennings and Miss Anne Healy.- Little
Mildred Seuf ert was the (flower girl. ;- A
reception followed the nuptial mass at
the horns of MrJ. and Mrs. Monks from
12 to 1 o'clock. , -f --',itf
' . ; .. ' Jr
Sir. and J0rs. Condon Hosto. . t, ,.
Mr, and Mrs. T, D. Condon entertained
at their home, 805 Richmond street, St.
Johns,;. October J,. a numbep.-of friends
In honor of Mr. Condon's birthday. The
evening 'was enjoyed with music and
fiv hundred. '.' First honors were won
by Mrs. Cochran, with Mrs."Tracy sec
ond.i Later all repaired; to the dining
room, where a delicious - lunch was
Served. . Mr. Condon received a number
of presents. , Among them-were several
beautitfirf steins to add to the large
collection he already has. Those present-were:
Mr. and Mrs, A. W. Worth
ing, Mr. and Mrs. P. N. Cochran, Mr, and
Mrs. H. Windle,Mr. and Mrs. C. Kruger,
Mr. and Mrs. Pray,' Mrs. W. J. Royse,
Mrs. H. Hamilton,- Miss Q. Ketchem.
Mrs. G. Cochran, Bumldge, Minn.: F. K.
Weans, M, Miller, Mrs. A. Worthing. H.
A. Harris, Mrs. A. Krueger, G. Krueger.
Anniversary Celebrated. ' ; 5... '
' Mr, and Mrs. J. E. Currier celebrated
their fifteenth wedding- anniversary at
their home, 1001 East , Twenty-fifth
street north,, Saturday evening, October
li; The evening' was pleasantly spent
with cards and music. Miss Bessie Wal
ton presiding at the piano. Mr. .and
Mrs. Currier were -j? the recipients of
many beautiful presents. The home was
artistically decorated ; with streamers,
ferns and flowers. A dainty luncheon
was served. Those present were: Mr.
and Mrs. K. ' J. Sharkey, Mr. and. Mrs.
J. Wempe, Mr.: and - Mrs. Hugh Ham,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Andrews, Mr. and
Mrs. A. R. Currier, Mr. and Mrs. G. H.
Wlrts, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Robnett, Mr.
and - v Mrs. Bud , Hastings, Mrs. Fred
Bilvernall, ' Mrs, Georg-e ;. Goodwin, Mrs.
A. Fearing, Mrs, 'J. O. Sohmldt, Miss
Bessie Walton, Miss Cole, Miss Emma
Panning, Miss Helen Currier, Miss
Bsulah Currier, John M. A. Laue,
Thomas. Banfield, Edward Fearing and
Paul JHas tings,' ,.
a -quiet. nome weckiinr r TOOK "nlsee
weanesoay evening, October , at the
nome oi Mr. ana Mra.. -William True,
744 Bast Pine street when their daufrh.
ter. jMiss Norrf Violet, became the bride
M VAaa D T .Ml. - . '
mwii n iur- urove. '..jtiev,
C. A, JLewis, the groom's father, of f 1
ciated, using- the beautiful ring service,
Only Immediate relatives of the bride
and groom wetj present. After the cere
mony dainty refreshments were served,
then the guests repaired to the apart
ment at 77 East Pin street, the
ruture aoma or Mr. -and Mrs. Lewis,
where ths wedding gifts were displayed.-
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis will h t hnm.
to their many friends after Kovember U
Royal; Neighbors to ISntertaliul l j
("'Oregon Rose camp. JRoyal Kelghbora,
will entertain. .with. an informal dancing
party on next Friday evening-, -October
17, In Royal Academy, hall, 85 ft Fifth
street.' f 'v - -'"- '
Wiety'Xote-':';-: , :. ; VZ
MrsJune"u(Valiant and Mrs. D. XX
McGililvary left last evening for Seat
tle. "Wash., to attend the State conven
tion being held in that city by the Royal
Neighbors 'O America. . ,
The Ragtime Muse
Though dear to my heart are the scenes
of my childhood ' v
j, "When fond recollection' presents them
. - to view, , j
I'd not rare to live there again in the
k - wild wood,'. -'..
Amid those remembered surroundings,
' . should- yout.-. :--.'.i-.- v. .;i . - .-
My health whs superb and nly appetite
' I ate my, sowbelly And greens with a
r sett, ' ' v y
But I'm aiad that comestible ordeal Is
snded-- '. -- -i
Bttch food nowadays T could never dl-
My" hickory shirt and my shoes of rough
T My Jeans pantaloona that could sUndT.
. un alone
My 10 rent straw hat rail my wardrobe
together, v ' v
Perhaps cost my father a round silver
" bone. ' . r - .'. '
Ah, those trusty Jeans breeches; Those
- rusty Jeans breeohest . . ., -4
"Those stiff, ecratchy breeches , that
stood up alone, t. .-.r ',
Tou had te-undress If you'd get to your
.: ' Itches --.. -,- - -. -
v: Those unyielding, breeches were bard
. i as a stone. ?
- . t f " '
Ths drafty old farmhouse, the windows
that rattled, I
The fireplace td which after dark we'd
11 i . 'draw near, - .. -All
facing - the .fire Uka troopers em
-While roasted .In front, frozen stiff in
the rear., . .
And ' the .cold of the ' bedroom. The
feather, bed bulging. , -
The bliss of sweet .aleep-r-then the
. .. . o'clock call. , i
Desr memories. You'll pardon the tears
I am weeping for Joy to be rid of it all.
JONATHAN BOURNeTr. k
COMMENDS LANE PEOPLE
Eugene, Or,, Oct, ' 14.---Commendlns;
peoplo of lane countJ and. the Eugene
Road Buildere' club in particular for the
excellent road work they, have done in
this t county during- the past - summer,
Jonathan Bourne Jr., former United
States senator, addressed a large meet
ing of cltlsens at the Commercial club
last nlRht, under, the auspices of the
Road Builders' ciuh. V Mr. Bourne ex
plained in detail h) good roads plan;
which he Is ' endeavoring to have the
congress of tlio United etates adopt.
g::;:GON DAILY jaURNAKpOIYTLAND, TUESDAY
MISS MART UCinKS BECOMES BRIDE OF f;S. HEALY
j-; ,..,,. -:
kri.- Fraak S. Healy ' (Miss Mary
By Anna Steese Richardson
Director '. f th Better :jBabiev- Barean Vol the Woman's Home
No. 8 Keedln llie Baby.
:- i,.f -wwity
HE last talk on oaoyoiogy ei torxn
the importance of -nothers milk
' for the baby under one year of
age. and .the equal importance of
the mother Keepm neroeit iu imu
condition, ? A walJ-nourlBhed mother
means 'well-nourished baby -
Next in importance - to Vthe sort of
milk supplied the baby is the regularity
of supplying It How strange It Is that
we grown-ups who know thet bad ef
r,n. Me irreeuiarlty .in eating think that
a. new-born child can be fed irregularly
Without bad effectBl
rw if thL first Questions asked a
mother at the better babies contest Is:
"How many times a.day is your child
fedr - ' , ' , " v
The variety of Replies lgAmaslng
"I don't know."
"Whenever he cries."
"When he wakes up." .
r'O'n, when I get through with my
work."' : :.' r-v"-' t&.-::-
Naturally tables fed. In this way sre
seldom prise winners. In studying, the
score cards of prize winners in a dosen
states. I find that 90 per cent are fed
at regular intervals, according to their
age. . '
' Rabies are" born hungry. For many
weeks they have nothing to do but eal
and sleep. A well known writer on
babies says that -eating, is the only
form of recreation babies have. Adult
Intelligence must decide how Often this
habit of -hunger should1 vbe satisfied,
iwi4i in mind that a baby will cry
Just as hard on an overloaded stomach
as on- an empty one. 'v ,;: : - i
a The time t6 start a baby In regular
h.hir f fndinak is the day of its birth,
Ths 'new-born baby should -be nursed
every two hours from s a. m. to w.p.
m-, and once during the night at a. ra.
Within a week- if the baby is'mormai.
the mother should begin nursTbg it only
once in three hours between a. m. and
p. m with the extra nursing at 2 s. n.
This means seven feedings in U hours.
At four months if the baby shows a
normal gain in aise ana strengtn, so-
B should not be nursed be
tween V p. m. ana, o a. . dui anuuia
h sieenina soundly. vBetween a., m
mnA a n m. htt will now have six feed
ings and this schedule should bs 'main
tained untu ns is a year oia.
' Many mothers ask contest physicians
whether the baby should be awakened
to be fed. Physicians seem to agree
that a baby should never te awakeneo
at night to nurse, and that the healthy
baby will wake of its own accord to be
fed once - In three - hours - during - the
day. There are rare exceptions to this
rule. For example, when a mother has
fed the child irregularly from birth,
4t sometimes turns night into day, sleep
ing by day . and fretting for food by
night, If the child Is healthy, normal in
every way, then, it must be retrained
to waken during the day for pursing
and to sleep by night without nursing.
This very example shows the import
ance of starting - the feeding habits
aright from birth, by not nursing more
than once during tne nignt. .
Another question . asked by many
mothers who- are nursing their . babies
is:? "May I mlxfne baby's food, giving
him an occasional bottler .
Doctors agree that " the answer is
governed by conditions. Sometimes the
mother's milk is not sufficiently nour
ishing. In that case, under the direc
tion of the family doctor, ..bottle and
breast milk may be alternated. In this
way, the baby Is gently prepared for
weaning." Again, In -certain families it
may be necessary or advisable for the
mother to have a certain amount of
freedom from her duty of nursing the
baby. The mother s mim win still pro
vide Certain, elements which ' . baby's
system demands, and. the bottle may be
alternated wun prtasweeuuig, always
Monks!, Jwjio wag- married at noon,
with a doctor advising is. to tbs, food
tn the.jMttla :-firSa.H'Wi-i
'rManyi. prisei'3 winnlnr babies navs - a
record of miied feeding, breast milk ex
olusively for two or three months, then
an Intelligent combination of breast and
bottle diet. ,
And this brings us to the problems of
the mother who must bring UP bar baby
on the bottle exclusively.
The Scientific and successful raising
of a baby on the bottle depends upon
two distinct' Hnes Of care and caution
the selection of the food to be supplied
and the ears of the bottles, v The best
of food in an unsanitary bottle or drawn
through an unclean nipple becomes dan
gerous to baby's health, -
In choosing artificial food for your
baby, ; remember "that even physicians
differ' on this question.. -Many eminent
American specialists foe children Insist
that fresh cow's milk, properly modi
fied, is the only substitute for mother's
milk. - Foreign .:' nuthorltlee recommend
goat's milk. And there are other recog
nised authorities on baby health who
have found it advisable to prescribe for
delicate bottle fed babies a combination
of milk and patent food. Not only must
ths mother consult her family physician
on this question, but, with the physician
she must watch the, offset of the food
chosen on ths baby. . , v ',,(. s
Vomiting, restlessness, sleeplessness
and the .condition of the bowels sir tell
the tale of food that Is not being as
similated, jn this oonnecUon the In
experienced mother rtust understand
that there are two forms of vomiting in
the young- baby, or mors properly speak-,
lng", there is a difference between vomit
In and regurgitation, slight to be sure,
but worth, watchiag. Regurgitation la
merely the .overflow : of milk when ths
bsJtty ,has , taken : too-i muoh,'- It foUows
almost , Immediately upon having the
breast or - bottle taken away, and the
milk is In practically the same condi
tion as when it . entered : the stomach.
But when tho baby vomits habitually
after feeding, and the milk Is curdled
org tough or sour, - there la something
wrong with ths bottle diet. ;
Ths bowels are a sure indication of
the way in which the bottle diet agrees
or disagrees with the baby. When the
passage is hard and bullet-like, when it
shows curds or white lumps like cheese,
or? when mucus ' is ' present ; (a slimy
phlegm), or there Is diarrhea, the motn
er may be sure that ths food does not
agree with her baby vend the doctor
should be consulted immediately. :
No medicine should be given In such
cases without consulting a doctor. What
the baby needs is not dosing,- but the
right sort of food, ths food its stomach
Will dlgeSUS'W'i f-.A-- J;4'--.V,!'V.,... f.
V At one ; contest in the midwest ( ths
mother of 4 little prise winner told me
that at II months, she almost lost her
baby. ' She had changed diet time sod
time again, varying - from certified
cow's milk tog, well known patent food.
The baby was reduced to a skeleton
when-the physician decided to try ; not
milk, but cream, diluted with barley
water. ' Tne change In the baby's condi
tion wa immediate, and it continued to
V'SJv" late of New Torts. 1
i " Builder of Gowns' '
for all occasions, of fers as sn Intro
duotlon f of -t her work, RKDUCKD
PRICEH. on all orders taken DUR
ING OCtOBER. , . t.
i Miss McGuire
formerly1-manager for Boeton Hy
gienic Corset uo., will continue tne
sale of THS BOSTON I1YOU1N1C
CORSHT Irr connection- with
xiLroAo BLsa., loth vox nig on
Rni.m JitO. I'll""" MnlM Hh'Jl,
EVENING, OCTOBER 11,
thrive without further change or oiet.
On 4he other hand, some babies'fed on
this modified cream would pot thrive.
Frankly, feeding a baby r deprived ot
breast milk often resolves - itself . into,
sn experiment, but an experiment-which
must be conauetea in - sn ..lniemgeny
manner, with the advice of a physician.
Do not consult your neighbor, no matter
how-many babies she has raised suc
cessfully. The bottle food which was
real food to her babies may be poikin
for yours. There are no .bard and fast
rules for bottle foods. Each baby II
case unto Itself and requires the mast
delicate attention,, the utmost ylgllame.
Even two babies in one family may reV
quire different forms of artificial nour
ishment, or at least, different modifica
tions of cow's milk, ,..-,, : " .. , ' . .! I
i Babyologr lays special stress on diet
for the bottle fed baby,, so the next
article will define the much discussed
modified milk and the care of the bottle
in which It la served to the baby. v
... -.. ; :
to Organize rarent-Teact)ers Circle.
There will be a meeting at the Elliot
school tomorrow afternoon at S o'clock
for the purpose of organising a Parent
Teachers', circle.; The teschers of the
school have prepared a short program,
and there will also be a discussion of a
playground for this school, a thing that
is greatly needed. Among ths speakers
will be Mrs. F. 8.' Myers, president of
the Portland council; O. M. Plutnmer of
me scnooi ooara, ana juage vreeianu,
; .- The Coterie WW Meet. ; V
The Coteiiewlll hold Its program and
business- meeting tomorrow morning at
tne Oregon hotel at 11 o'clock. Mrs,
James B. Nichols will give a piano num
ber. Current : events will bs : led by
Mrs.-- urn W Chambers. r A. paper "on
"Child Welfare" will bs given by Mra
Newton McCoy, and Mrs. u J, H, Barber
win give a vocsl solo. , J .
.' Monday Musical to Banduet.
. 'Plans ars on foot for a large and
very elaborate banquet to be given by
the Monday Musical club the letter part
of this month. The banquet will not be
strictly a club affair, as representatives
Of all the musical organisations .of the
oity will be present A number of short
speeches . will be made, and the affair
Is expected to be In every way a most
delightful one. The date and place of
the banquet will be announced 1 later.
Mrs. H. A. Heppner Is president of the
club -and Mrs, o. J. Frankel secretary.
In arranging for the banquet these
women have the assistance or Mrs.
Percy Lewis. Mrs. Anton Gieblscn, Mrs
P. Thompson,, Mrs. J. I. Stafford,
Mrs. Herbert Garr Reed. Mrs. May
Nichols, Mrs. Kupper, Mrs. Mead, Mrs.
Deerlng. Mrs. Toft, Mrs. Patterson, Mrs,
Baker and, Mrs, Walker. ; ,
',:::' rortland Study Clnb Meet. '.
The Portland Study club held its' first
noon at the home of Mrs. Willis
Magnire, Forty-fourth and Brazes
streets, with a good attendance. The
new officers took their chairs, and Mrs,
C. J. Mathis made a very pleasing little
address, thanking the women for ths
honor they had bestowed upon her In
making her the presiding officer of ths
club, and asking; them for their hearty
co-operation toward making- the ciuo a
real belD to each and every member.
A very helpful parllmentary drill
was conducted by Mrs. R. E. Gehr. Mrs,
W. L. Johnston gave a most -pleasing
and instrucuve-address on -"The First
Lady of ths Land." The closing num
ber on the program was "Women in
Business." by Mrs. Maguirs. This aa
di-ess brousht out considerable discus
sion as to the advisability of girls go
ing into business unless It is absoluts
lv necessary, and the -result was. very
Interesting- amr helpful. : RotL call "Was
answered with quotations iron Ameri
-("--.' e e '"
W. C. T. V. . Conference.
Central W. C. T, IT. will hold a meet
lng Wednesday afternoon at headquart
ers. Each ntw superintendent : is ex
pec ted to bs present and give a two
minute talk or paper upon the work of
her department This will: be followed
by a discussion ld by Madames Wilson
and Buland. ,;. '','.
Each one of the one hundred and fifty
paid-up members of central is urged tu
be present, and ' ths fifty-Seven .whose
dues are past due are cordially re
quested to como In and pay up on
Wednesday, ,: . ax,-;vvv, , . ,
V ' Atanflfad Woman' Club.
. TThe - Stanfleld Woman' Study 'club
gave a reception Friday evening In the
aMiiw Mim . nr h,av.n mm ftrnnni
for the teachers of the publlo school.
An aAHi-MB of welcome was - made bv
Mayor James I. Kyle. A f sw epproprl-
SIS' Temarss wjr niauo ny w - rw .- un-
principal, Stephen A. Doak. spoke for a
few minutes on . ins : weusre or tne
school, and a few general remarks were
ore far too'dear to
'OV'Ijtt think you never f
tastea eooa ojutst
before, when , you try
'f '.?. Msdaevsry day right
':''(', bsre, In Portland you ,,can y-.
l' :-.;':. buy;' it : the'; earns day It's " '
made.-'' 0 -ft
Y;::?K;. :.r''1 ":',:!.'
7 tJonf ectionery
' and Jlestnurant
MORNING AT 9:30 SHARP
BEGINS THE. GREATEST
SHOE SALE OF THE AGE.
TURN TO PAGE 13.
made by ,W;' A Ford" of the" eighth grada.
A'musicalprogram t was then, rendered,
after which refreshments were served.
Mrs. C, W, Conner, president of the club,
presided,'1,.- f.'jl.i V ; ' v
Journal - Wast Ads bring results.
o mii or & . : t j :
I " " '"
is . ii .- a -
fecial w eanesaay vj?niy
$7 and $9 Untrimincd Stapes ,
A seasonable sale, -embracing; rarely beautiful untrimmed
chapes of natters' plush with eithef mole plush or velvet fac
ing. . Innumerable variety of flexible and smartly: blocked
styles In a beautiful lustrous black the reigning favorite now,
VALUES TO $7 and $9, on SALE WEDNESDAY ONLY
FOR $4.90. See v, indow display, - ,, '
1 , PROMPT
Fraley'n saleswomen are at all times striving to serve in every
way, possible are competent and experienced, and eager to
advise when the opportunity permits. 1
THE HIGH-CLASS STORE OUT OF THE HIGH-RENT
DISTRICT , . . . ,
, : ONE STORE ONLY
THIRD 0 SALMON STREETS
You Get Some
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Beautiful Furnishings' Make Beautiful Homes
. Here Are Some Beautiful, .
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC .
LAMPS AND FRENCH SILK LAMP
- AND CANDLE SHADES, AT COST .
'. just to close them out " These goods ca'nnot be duplicated s
In Portland at any- price. They're especially suitable fof '
; gift-giving. ; ' . )f';
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! Bargain Week
36-lncfc) Wavy Switckea, ; $9M ; VK AV
30-iach Wavy Svntehss,t3 a. 4.48 C" A (
28-inch - Wavy Switches, 3 s. S3.98 . 1
20-inch Wavy Switches, 2 H oa. $2.43 :, J -A .
22-inch Wavy Seritches, 2 a. 9SIZ S- Zx ( (
24 Silk Hair - NeU. . .r. , t. . .... .25c JS eX-
jfef. Parts lor Leii, $3.00
- their gnme and
smne use new,
T? ' Cleans everything, and
rM .leaves purity behind it.
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Toklo, Oct li. A Ilia I i.
name as G. Bunt, said bv V
ltles to be wanted In the I'nit
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on burglary charges,, was arri
today and held pending extrud
hialities. ..- . .
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' - section or -
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t $9.00 V J,fS
6TH ST NEAR WASIL
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