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JUDGING from the number of so cial affairs Inst week In Beattlo one might almost conclude that Seattle society people have deter mined to exfend the time pre scribed for Lent. Indeed, some weeks In Dent were busier than last. It Is rather strange that more Indoor af fairs were not given, for at no time of the year can more elaborate and artistic decorations be easily made. Outdoor af fairs were also very few, probnbly due to the natural distrust Seattle people have for Puget sound weather at this time of the year. The principal topic of con versation Just nrtw is the sailing of steam ers for Cape Nome, and In the next week or two many well known people will be missed from the ranks of society. The principal Indoor event of the week was Mrs. C. H. Hamilton's tea on Thurs day. This was a beautiful affair and was well attended. A couple of Informal dances were given. The largest danc ing party was the Neslka Club party last night. Most of the prominent younger society people were there. The naval station at Port Orchard was the scene of a number of social functions last week The presence of Admiral and Mrs Kauti, In addition to the offi cers of the battleship lowa, gave spe 'etnl Interest to the week. A number of 8 sat tie people visited there during the week and were guests at several of the affairs. Little In particular is announced for this week. The Shannon reception on Wednesday evening will probably be the most elaborate affair A few launch and outdoor parties are dependent upon the wsathsr. + * * On# of the rao«; successful parties of the tvesk among the younger society people of the oily was that given at the Queen Anns Club house last night by the popular Ne slka Club It was the tlrst party given by the club since December The club has slnoe been reorganised with a few slight chcygc In the personnel '>f the members, who now are Mr H. lxignn Cenry. Mr. Rldgley Clinton Force, Mr Fred D Ham mons, Mr Clayton Crawford. Mr. Charles Tarry Scurry. Mr. Reginald Kaylor. Mr. Purvis Hau»mnn. Mr. John Boles A'lng. Mr. Warren Hamilton Taylor, Mr. Edward Garrett, Mr. Sylvester Harrington. Mr Harrv Wilkinson, Mr Robert Hugh Urink *r. Mr Harry M W tWhew, Mr Mau.-'cs WycllfTe Thi«ipsr>r. Mr. E. D. Rood Mr Frank tMngley, Mr Umgdon C. Henty Mr. Charles Wlllard Stlmson The Queen Anna Club house, where last night's parly wiis given, was tastefully decorated for the occasion with signal flags from the Vnlted States revenue cut ters now In the luirbor. Evergreen* and cut flowers were also used with charning effect, while the emblem of ')e club a largo letter "N." encircled with rlboon* and evergreens, occupied a prominent posl tloa. I.lght refreshments were served throughout the evening Muslo was fur nished by Wagner's orchestra A l&ige number of young people were rreaenf. The Invitation list was as follows Mr and Mrs. H C Henry. Mr and Mrs. R. V. Ank. nv Mr and Mrs G H Klttlnger. M- and Mrs F A Wing Mr and Mrs George li. Fisher Mr and Mrs C. D. fttlnv en. Mr and Mrs II F (luerln. Mr snd Mrs A M Hliks Mr :• nU Mis O \Y Crockett Mr and Mis Harry Fredsrl.k, Mr and Mrs C C Ramsay. Mr. and Mrs N. It Solncr Mr and Mrs J 1> Ixiwmtn, Mr ami Mr* Frsnk Frlnk. Mr and Mrs John >1 Scurry, Mr and Mr* Henry Kuhr rnan Mr and Mre 1. K Smith Mr and Mr, Walter S Kulton. Mr .Hid Mn H A K.er I*r and Mrs It II i.antie Mr and Mis M H Augustine Mr i id Mr« II S RtuhMn* Mr nin! Mrs s 1, Crawford. Mr aid -VlrM I-' C J>!',n-\ne Mr ard Mr* Ilurw'd Sfcirgan Mr sill Mra .'••>»rgi> KtM-hor. Mr and Mr* K li Stlui.-on Mr itnil Mrs I I' Blaliu Mr and Mrs K W Hick*. Mr and Mr* Frtu.lt Frederick. Mr and Mrs Fred H Itaxtei Mr and Mr* I' A l*urd* Mr and Mis F.lll* Morrison Mr ni. I M s William Sh.flleld Mr and Mr* W «• Keith Mi and Mr* Howard J-slyn Mr and M'a I» I* Byrne Mr and Mr ■ llarry lira.-e Mr and Mr« F Newton Mi an,l Mrs llaua liixeau, Mr and Mr, F A Bell. Mr and Mr* J t* Slater Mr and Mi* l-> m Mra I!.»ll!n Sanford Mrs llartba Whit* Fidtcn Mr*. J' W WllltlB a«i" Mi" W I, I. s*r> \l'a Nekeel Ml->s Atkln-. Mi A,I ill Mlas Bruna.. Mlaa Kiln I Itagley. Mlaa tiu.le .'lark. Miss Fti *1 lit; Mlas BerttM t'nx kett Mlsa Mllll.ClU I'o» Miss F.t',l Harrett Mis .l aie lUnfyrd Mis, Fran.. s A Hall, ► |lr,.',) Mlaa lnglli l Ml-s M.i'lu K -jlutg Mi s Ada Morgan. M.sa M Kin nay, Mlsa May I'ra-tt. Miss Mollie I'lulilna. Mlas r. is Sml h. Mlsa Almee Smith. M.-a S.'U M.-h Mae Thompson Mlsa Wil- Ipi Ml - rU a Wing. Ml».» \uung. MI-« l ampl'l Ml s lt!it«nk Mis, Hamilton, Mil. [link. M!»a H>dge Ml«s Mlsa Frame Mia, Nekeel. M . A iaina. Miee K.ctet,. a Adair Mlas Clarice BUM,*, Mlsa Alice i'ialre liogley. Misa iVrdin, Miss lv - Canlln, Mlsa Collin* Mlsa Ra tclle Fisher Ml., ..oodfellow Miaa Hmi ri' l Miss H' lm.se Misa Alfrixla Hewiy. Mlas Iti - It a' - Morgan. Miss S.dle M un Morrlaon. Mlaa pNMk, Miss h,i>. Mi; 1 ..ura Kuniaoy. Mis* Ida iini; Mi ■ Simpson Mlas Kthal Sample. Mis- Thnn.aen, Mlas lnga Thomaen. Mlaa Mabel Webb. Mlsa Warren. Mus s>ae; hlne Yuailig. Mlaa DioWeng, Mlaa Cor«i, Mlaa Haydcn. Mlsa U,im Hethawav Mua (inie UrailAn.. Mlsa I'e.k, M.aa Webater, Aai\ Aibark Anu«i|vU« 44ft A-j*. s Mr. P. H. Amml<lown. Mr. R. B. Allaln, Mr. William Blake, Mr. C. H. Burnett. Mr. Jess Brtnker. Mr. Robert Booth, Mr. Frank Brown, Mr. Revaud Blanchard, Mr. Walter Blabon, Mr. Ed Craig, Mr. L. S. Cragln, Mr. J. Thomas Dovey, Mr. Charles DeHergh, Mr. O. J. Iwni, Mr. E. C. Kills, Mr. J. Chester Fox, Mr. F. J. Foster, Mr. I, W. Farr, Mr. Gerald Frlnk, Mr E. H. Geary, Mr. Hugh Goodfeilow, Mr. Harding (low, Mr. Ernest Herald, Mr. Ed Herald, Mr. Eugene Hoekett. Mr. Joseph Harris. Mr. Ralph Hopkins. Mr. I. L. Hyland, Mr. William Inglis. Mr Frank B. Ingnrsoll, Mr Fred Mallory, Dr. F. K. Munday, Mr. Win lock Miller, Mr. Fred McMillan, Mr Philip Morrison, Mr George Lamping, Mr. M. M. Odell, Mr. J. Onk Preston, Mr. J. Percy Parkinson, Mr. Horace Phillips, Mr. B. F. Petley, Mr. George U. Piper, Mr. E. 1,. Reber, Mr. Ralph Reher, Mr. Stocks ton Rutnsey, Mr. Lenos Rlckard, Mr. H. J. Ramsay. Mr. Ralph Ross, Mr. Paul Rich ards, Mr. J. Von Rounsefell, Mr. Harry Shenfe. Mr James Sheafe, Mr. Harold Smith. Mir. Harry Stout, Mr. Harry Stone, Mr. Matt Scurry. Mr Henry Tomllneon, Mr. Gin' Sweney, Mr. Webb Vlnnedge, Mr. F. Boyd Wells, Mr. Yawger, Mr. Gros venor Folsom, Mr. Biasing, Mr. Morgan of Tacoma, Dr. G. 8. Pcterkln, Mr. R. B. Der ickson. Mr. Claude Sceley of Tncoma, Mr. Charles Piper. Mr. Thinmas Fransloll. Mr. Bacon, Mr. D. G. Inverarlty, Mr. Joshua Green. Capt. Dickens and Mr Appl'ton, Mr. Easier anrl Dr. Markee, of the t' S S Gedney, Dr. Dlgglns and Mr Jacobin!, of the U. 8. S. Patterson. Mr. Flynn Mr 1 iewls, Mr. Atkinson, Mr. Dutton and Mr Fitzgerald, of the U. 8. 8. Pathfinder. * + + The largest and most elaborate function of the past week was the afternoon tea given by Mrs. Charles H. Hamilton e,n Thursday from 4 to 6 at her home, Ml 4 Har vard avenue north. The feature of the af fair was the profusion of (lowers us* 1 in decoration. In the reception room where Mrs, Hamilton and her mother. Mrs. W. B. Shaw, greeted the guests tha color scheme was red. Red rosrtl and smllax were placed advantageously in every pos sible place. In the windows, over tha doors and windows, and on the table* The man tel was a perfect bank of bright red roses entwined with delicate pink organdie and smllax. In this n»xn Mrs. J D Wood worth, Ml* E C Neufelder Mrs Fr. d 8. Stlmson, Mr* U E. Smith, Mrs. H. A Blgelnw and Mrs Richard Stevens also assisted In receiving the guests. Th parlor was In white and green. beautiful white rosea, smllax and ferns being meat In evidence Punch wa» served In the lllirary by Mrs. Frank A Bell, assisted by Miss Clara Wing and Miss Hodge. This •mall room was a bower of yellow Scotch broom being used profusely On the table, which was garnished with strawberries and other fruits, stood the punch bowl, garland«d with green and pink. Djtmy refreshments were served In the dining room, where Mi*. M E. Downs and Mrs C. 3. Smith presided, assisted by Miss Col lins, Miss Hoyden. Miss Elisabeth S i 11h and Miss Mabel Webb, (in the table sev eral large bouquets of brilliant red peo llnStood, selling off arimlr.iblv the whit-; tablecloth and streamers of white 'tulle. The tea was very pretty and thoroughly enjoyable. Oven one hundred people w ro present. + + + Great preparation* ore being made at tin' minimum aummer resorts around Se nttle for the coming aeason. It Is ex pected that « larg.- number of Seattle people and tourlnts will avail themselves of the opportunity of visiting aome "f these delightful places The Antler*, at l.ake Cuahman I" making preparation* for a larg- number of visitors The aumnier bold will be opened about June 1, anil on July 4 a new hostelry called the Andlrondack ramp will be opened + + + Mr. S<l t» Simpson gn\e a small dinner at tiie Hotel Butler on Fridajr night In honor of MaJ it P Bingham an 1 rapt \\ 1* Richardson, of the department of Alaska The tabic van prettily decorated with lanjuemlnot rosea an I amilav and , uhted with candelabra Mi Simpson's other guest* were Mr U <" Mr Jttiira I) lloge )r Mr l>e<-er Tut ner lien. J. H Metcalfe and Mr. K \V WU'.iama + + ♦ Mas Pri. e >;>t*r of Mr F. TV Frl.-e hn 1 Mrs Fl< »lus S C 'le, of th;s vity. and Mr. Falcon Jo.*hn w vu married M.i> S> at Miss l'rlre's honi' In IWWItt, After the ceremonj a wedding breakfast was served and :h« couple h'fl t r Seattle They are at present the «uWti of Mrs Cole, but will lea.e .!i Wednesday for Mr Joslin a home in Da*- aon City + + t Ttie announcement la made of t.' » en gagement of Mlaa M.ilg> Kowlet » <••- wf Mr a'.d Mra E H Fowler, to M Al fred Ba; le of this city. The engagement waa announced at «n Informal tea on Thursday afternoon at Mtss Kowler'a iK'iua at Hi U .ton lit*, n. ilia iveddl »• will take pU' ■ early In June. + + + Mrs C W Hurr. of l*ort tirchard. g.iv# a chaflnii diah parly Saturd.t) night, May 12. In honor of Miss Hanford and Miss iiayd,n. of Seattle, and MUa Henrietta King, of Tacotua, who are her gueata. + + + A number of Seattle people have been vlaltlng at the naval station during the gwl week. Mia, auu i-'.tw. THE SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER. SUNDAY, MAY 20, 1900 Semple were guests of Mrs. E. K. Cole; Miss Hayden and Miss Hanford were guests of Mrs. C. W. Burr; Mrs. Lewis and Miss Lewis visited Mrs. J. B. Cogh lan. + + + Mrs. A. W. Phillips (rave a pleasant dancing party at her home, 922 University street. In honor of Sirs. F. M. Woodruff, of Skagway, wjio is visiting her. The house was sltuable decorated for the oc casion with palms, cut flowers and ever greens. About sixty young people were present. + + + Society people are taking a great Inter est in the play "Alice In Wonderland," which Is to be given nt the Seattle the ater Thursday evening. Several well known people will take part, and it will be made one of the social events of the week. It will be given for the benefit of Trinity church. + + + On Friday night Mrs. E. K. Cole gave a. card party at her home at Fort Or chard for Miss Ethel Semple, who has been her guest for several days. The guests were principally officers of the battleship lowa and young ladies who were visiting the naval station. ++ + • Among the large events of this week will be a reception on Wednesday evening by Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Shannon at their new home on Summit avenue. A large number of Invitations have been sent out. * * * The Morning Whist Club was entertain ed Friday by Mrs. Adams at the home of Mrs Miles Price Renton. The first rrlze was won by Mrs. S. Oardner Yerkes, and sec ond by Mrs. P. B. M. Miller. Mrs. Rich ards won the visitors', * * * Capt- and Mrs J. F. Pratt entertained at an Informal dancing party on evening. In honer of Ml as Tuttle. daughter of Capt. Tuttle. who has heen visiting in the city for some time. About twenty young people were present. + + * Saturday, May If, Mrs. Admiral Kautz gave a luncheon In honor of Mrs. A. V. Kautz at the naval station. Those pres ent were Mrs. J. B. Coghlan, Mrs. D. Lewis, Mrs. Burke and Miss Aubrey Lewis. ♦ ♦ ♦ Mrs. John Collins gave an informal tea Friday afternoon In honor of Mrs. P. C. Allen, of San Francisco, who Is visiting In Seattle at present. About forty ladles were present. ♦ + ♦ Capt. J. B. Ooglilan, of the Port Or chard navy yard, has been seriously 111 for two weeks, and Lieut. Commander Yorke Noel, of the lowa, has been in charge of the station. + + + The French Club was entertained last Monday by Mrs. George F. Mayer at her home, 1308 Terry avenue. The club meets *1 taw Jaggson trying to drown his trouble again." "What is it throat trouble." tomorrow with Mrs. Robert Wilson at the Black well. + + + Admiral and Mrs. Kautz have taken a house at Port Orchard and will remain there until the battleship lowa leaver the Bound. + + + The Matae flub met last Friday even- IttK at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. i\ A. Purdy. + + + <*apt Goodrich, of the battleship lowa, has been on the si. k list for several days. \\ The nvirrlage Is announced of Miss Eva Smith, da light.-r of Mr. and Mrs. It. F. Smith and Mr II A Willis, both ot Seattle The \s» hling took place on Wednesday ♦ v»nir.K at the home «>f tho bride on Twenty lifth avenue, the cere mony being performed by Kev Dunald Ron. <>f Calvary Prvabyteiian church. The h -• .Itut'lv «'.• rated for th* omislou, arid after the ieri-mony a wed ding supper was serv-d Only relative® and intima e frl» ml* *<t t» »th parties were present. Mr. Willis is h»-11 known in S- at tie. b inw formerly conn* ted with tho p..»st-lnJ 111k• net i Mi - Smith has lived in Seattle for several years. Mr. Willis I'Mv. s this w • k for Cape Nome Mrs. \V Mils will remain in Seattle. + + + Aq;u t weddl- gt • k :la Wednesday ftfi» : t th- lmmac...ate Conception chur. h n Br aJw iy, the contracting parti* * Miss El'en li. S a-nell at 1 Mr I. I. Sa tg> , l >tU of P.i t N<» P ;r.t K- v Faith* r Smith flic la ted. Os*.> nt rs f thfamily were present. The bub* w.t.-i attir* d i i a gown • i whit*.* orgaod) and i arrled a bouquet ol brl • n>• > The bridesmaid Miss Katheii:.e ftcanneU. was alio dretted la vUu sandy Mr Bdward Scan nail act 1 at best tnan After the . "rem ny th** h . t tuple left for Vict* rla and other I it lsh Columbia p-*in j They will be ut borne at Point No P mi alter June L •1* 4* > Mi Shi rman N« * nJ > aad Miss 1< talt Spra> K' t. b :»; * Kent. *»re . :ly married at the r« >iden e of the officiat ing cltig; rnan. Hex John K. Damon, on Monda> j!t» Tit' • n i:» tin* of Mrs Hertha o'l'onmdl • l Miss t'irrie Lawaou After a Wftef wedding tour Mr and Mrs J.> returned to Kent. tluy will be at h. me to their friends. + + + At ths residence of the bride's father Sunday evening. May 1 . Mr Ha r Wil- Min was in irried t » Miss Sadie Beatrix Martin, > ung« M daugh*« r nf Mi X !I Martin, He v. Frank Uuxn-ile officiating. Alter *A e*isaaaa tow oX BRAVE EXPLORERS Uke Stanley end I.iting.tnre. found " oTerrome Malaria. Fewr and Aftie. and Www disease gertri than sa»a*e cannibals; but hare found that Electric Bitters t« ' . w °,Vi ru cure for nil malarial diseases. If you hare emn with feter, aches in back of no--* and he«l. tired, worn-out feeling, a trial Si^Jrttei• nt their merit. W. A. Null, of Webb. 18.. write*- -My children suffered for more than ' 1® ™ .hill* and ferer; then two bottles of Kectrte Wtters cured them. ' Only 50c. Try them. OwanteM. Sold by STEWART & HOLMES DRUG CO. MADE YOUNG AGAIN. "One of Dr. King's New Life Pills each night for two weeks has put me in my teens again, wntea D. H. Turner, of Demreeytown, Pa. They re tne best in the world for I.iter. Stomach and Bowels. I*urely tpgetable. New grip*. Only 25c, at STEWART & HOLMES DRUG CO. and Mrs. Wilson will make their home In Seattle. + + + Mr. John Nasund and 4 Miss Clara Her*, both of Sllverdale, Wash., were united In marriage Wednesday at the resi dence of the officiating clergyman, Rev. Martin L. Larson, 1703 Bellevue avenue. + + + Mr John W. Nordstrom and Miss Hilda Carlson, both of Seattle, were united in marriage on Saturday, May 12. at the resi dence of the officiating clergyman, Rev. Martin L. Larson, 1703 Bellevue. ♦ + + Mr. Charles A. Llndegren and Mrs. Charlotta C. Llndquist, both of Seattle, were united In marriage May 12, at the home of Mr. John K Green, Zllß Western avenue, Seattle, Rev. Martin L. Larson of ficiating. * + * Mr Rufus L. Savage and Miss Ellen B. Scanned. of Point-No-Point, were married at the church "f the Imnv. date Concep tion Wednesday, Ms.. U Rev. Father Smith officiating. After a short trip Mr. and Mi s. Savage will be at home to their friends in Seattle. PARTIES AND OTHER AFFAIRS. The past week has been a busy on« with the members of the Seattle Art League, and much good work has been done. Although the regular working days are only Tuesdays and Saturdays, there has been a constant dally attend ance, tho enthusiasm manifested never having been exceeded in the history of the league. Although some received but two hours' notice, and none more than two days, while many received no notice of the event whatever, the attendance at the reopening of the evening sessions on Friday was all that could be expected. No attempt was made at decoraUon, but the studio and art gallery presented an attractive appearance. The session next Tuesday evening promises to be even more largely attended, as Tuesday has always been the lecture evening nnd will continue to be so. The subject will be "The Head." The out-of-door sketching class, which was resumed for the sea son a month ago, Is growing In Interest. Although the weather has not always been favorable this has not been found a. serious drawback, because the views from the windows of the studio afford ample material. Good progress Is being made In preparing the musical pro- gramme for the eplehratlon of the fourth anniversary of the league. + + + The Rainier H-lghts Social Club and ' Lltetary Cluh spent a pleasant evening ! with Mr Hoy Ihikgett on Wednesday »-venlng, at th. home of his parents. 1110 j Twent> third nvcnuo south. An Interest ing programme rendered, consisting i-.f a v.- a! din't by Miss Anna Daggett and Mr. Hoy Daggett, a paper. "The Life of Longfellow." by Miss Mayme Keene; reo itati.n, a s. l. tlon from "K%angfllne," by Mr. Frank Jackson, and a reading by Mr. \ K Fl:»gg. Minn Lillian Hildebrandt | tarrh-d •tX first priae in the literary tramps, a hands<»ni" lx>>k of Longfellow's poems. Dainty refreshments were served it ,i lafhour Tho»« present Included: Miss Kthel B1 ouers. Mlsa Ines 8111, lurtie Ji• Ks«m. Mayme Keene. Miss ; Lillian HlkU*bran.!t. M'ins Mabel Harper. Miss Eva Jackson. Miss Anna l»agaett, M!-s Ihlla Paggctt, Mr. Fred Harper. Mr F rank Jacks- n Mr Arthur Daggett. Mr. A. 11 Flagg. Mr Morris Jackscy. + + + On Saturday evening. May 12. the friends of Mrs. I. N *.gell t- n'ler»d her a surprise pa.rt\ ar her rooms in the pg block vocal and Instrumental ; mush- was enjoyed, and refreshments u« rr servt-1 Mrs. Nagcll anil her s«»n. Mr li«»rt McKintie. leave on the Santa Ana today for Cape Nome. Those pr- i.t wi re Mr. ui'l Mrs. E. ES. Br-w --fv. Mr and M.s M WiUtams. Mr. and Mrs W Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. W. 8) krh Mr and link Btntoa. Mr. and Mrs H. W i.'has»e. Mr and Mri K. O. i Griffith, Mr- Anna Warner. Mrs. K ■ «"rrtfg. Mn v W Patterson. Mr*. A W. man M s Mabel Mrs. j I'mmi IT.ithaw. \ Mrs Marshall, Mrs. : «' \ I'•I r» . Mrs. MlUaif, Mr». B J Hiokt y. Mi> Jane Frew. Mrs May 1 A< It M < Cunhmati. Mr K. Orifßth, ' Mr L "lith. Mi Bennett. Mr. « harlt-s « • inrt'i Mr Sylvester Bethel, Mr F. Ernst. Mr. L. B. Horton. + + + Mr and Mrs Henry Sbehan wer-» agree !! 'n surp:i««'-! v mem of Steven* R**- . f r<"«rps -ji. 1 Oraijil Array n Frtda> aft . i ii, in th. .r r.ew hutno a: Ha.nier . "king Lake Washington. Am :.fr ' present were Mrs. A. H :?v. ; Mr*. T, Kimnle. Mrs. J. Hill Mrs. M WhiPi >. Mrs. M Hawthorne. Mrs. I. \! Si's S Barney, Mr-* N* Velson, M F 1 r- ;• M M C. f man. Mrs } icart. Ft. H ward Mrs L Melton, Mr li M ;it>r Mr* L McKeecher, Mrs. \ Kit •■ K \I: - L I»v-vns Mrs. M k- Mr> M > Mrs? M Chandler. Mr,' I. Miller, Mr. Eh >--k. Mr Downs* Mr. linooln, Mr. Shehan. Mr. J. Bheha n. + + + The Emerald Club entertainment "akes pla. next Tuesdav evening at Ranke hall. The KmeraM Dramatic Club, as- I abated by well known : ilent, will render 1 Utt whkft recedes AT GRAHAM'S. AT GRAHAM'S. \ AT GRAHAM'S. Prices Have Experienced a Hard Fall. greatest money saving: sale ever placed before the women of Seattle will be coq. f(®)) meneed at Graham's bright and early Monday morning. We doubt if a more v®' advantageous opportunity was ever offered women before in any city in the lotid. Every shirt waist, every jacket, every costume, every hat placed on sale is to go at from one-third to one-half and even less than one-half its real value. Everything will be a recognized value of a very sensational nature. THE SEASON FOR PROFITS SOON OVER. Graham's buyers purchased a five times greater stock than ever before and tb» weather man has failed to furnish enough bright days to permit a movement of so colosNf a stock. This week must witness a sale without a precedent. Upstairs and down bargain are to reign supreme. Forty $25 Suits Monday, $7.50. r a An unheard of sacrifice. Suits intrinsically valued at $25, all to go m I I at a price that certainly would not cover the bare cost of material. Of I I j course there is a reason. The styles are passe. Women about to visit ill M SE J Alaska can put them to good use. ! There is a fairly good assortment of sizes. Monday, $25.00 suits .. Monday, Latest Cut, (Ft C Smart Eton Jacket, skirts box or inverted pleats, appllqued and trimmed with I | braid; Cheviots. Homespuns. Venetians, in blue, gray, brown. Suits for women made 1 to sell at $25, Monday at Graham's only i dance. The following Indies and gentle men will take part: Mis* E. I. O'Brien, Miss Mary l,ee, Ml*s Mabel CummlngH, Mlas Mamie Evans Miss Lillian E. Sulli van. Mr. Krank McPermott. Mr. Isidore SitiKprman. Mr. Jam*<s P. Cummln«s. Mr. William Mrlntyre, Mr. K. Mrlntyre, Mr. A. R. O'Brien. Mr. A. J. O'Brien and others. * + ♦ Mrs. F. V. Van Pusen entertained about a doien young people on Saturday, May 12 at her home. In honor of hrr sun's eighth birthday, name, were Indulged In until called to the dining room, wher dainty refreshment* were served. Those present were: Miss Mamie Meek, -Miss Ethel Meek. Miss Freda Davis. Miss Ma rie (label. Miss Dulrl# Rare, Miss Gene vieve Thornton, Mis* Mary llu*t>y, Mr Walter Van Pitmen. Mr. Albert Thornton. Mr Kadph Thornton. Mr. Parrel Meek and Mr. Walter Van Horn. ♦ ♦ ♦ Mrs. H. M. Vlelo entertained at dinner last night In honor of her husband, who leaves ehortly for a s.vornl months' trip to South America. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. H. White, Mr. and Mrs. Q. A. C. Rochester and Mr. D. Wells. ♦ ♦ Oapt. H. Fraser, of the Tnsa Maru, entertained last Sunday evening on board ship. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Adams, Mrs. Ella M. Abbott. Mlsa Palsy MacKay, Miss Rosa Farr, Miss Hanna, Mr. George F. Ward. Mr. Farr. ♦ * + Miss Stephens and her pupils gave a de lightful dramatic and literary rerital In the parlors of the Ralnler-Orund hotel 'Mi Friday afternoon. The affair was well attended. ♦ ♦ + The Twentieth Century nub gave a dancing party at Kanke hall on Wednes day evening. Many young people were present. cxtnixu KVfcvm. Mm C R OotltiM hii l«»u«J ISTitatimji fee e r*rd pirtj to he f!«»n Ttiur«d»j ,turnoo» at her hom, on Mannn *tr»rt. Th® I.u'Jim" Guild, of Kt. nilict'i rhurih will htld an «pron *ori*l on Wfdnrvlay. flt »h« reu t Mr* R. C Gill, 10? rilft IfMtM nortk Grand wln«tr*l *nt»rtslnm«tjt trr Prof Wilson'* p j iU. to uk* plaut %t JUoke hall rwxl H*turrUjr a'tfrn<<ni. Ma* » I>nrlßir perform*:. •.» tlier« • ill N» bu'k and *tn« dam-in*. cak« **l*l»g. hit* and fancy <Uftdn«. with ore U«at ia Admlvkva, (hlldmi or adult*. 10c. PERSOX4L AWD SOCIAL Mr. FV-d W ft|*rUn« waa in Ttrom* Wednesday Mr t>anl»l Jon«. of waa in Ta oma cat Tuesday. Mr W T * . left rm tb« CVteland for Cm* Seme, Mr f»an»uM D Bridge*. Nt TVwns. waa tn .V *t tU on M- fi-Lty Mr C. U UadhaHM. of BUia*. la «p*ndißf a frw day* in ftoattlr I>r U I. HurkUrt i«€t W«dae*d«j to rp«nd a ftw <Uy» In Si* >fca&* Mr and Mr*. H H. fkarkrj art trending two «<*k» in Yakima Jnd*e K C Million, of Mount Trrnrn, waa tn tha city on Thurnlajr. Mr* * Gardner T«rk»s. f i>e*tile, *pent r>art rf U+t wack at | CTRAW HATS | STRAW HATS ~ | STRAW HATIS ! DimocK & Pendleton Co.. h.tUn ami Furnuhcri, t 009 SECOND AV. BI'TLER BLOCK ■■ «U« 8 ce. 2 Necessary Thlnto for Cape Nome. PURITAN BLUE FLARE ML STOVE* We ehow the entire lIM et Puritan lilue-ilime oil *t»v»» A— tw<\ three an<t four Hunt* —ln ull tho vailous »:yl*». Thl» move l« very tne*PJK slve to ojwrlt p : rune *V . of oil In Ktifllclent for II t# ?•» hour* to the burner, ana the bortiere are four 'ncne* Simple In n>netrueth». *••• iuM light, y»t ttronfly mM and will not. get oot o( or der eaelly. W« show nil the v»rlo»* ptyle*. Ini'ludln* the on* with evens. Henrtnic ftov*», ale" fun' In «r.<l l<*t i;» rxplaln distinctly adapted to Nome condition. r Aluminum Ware at Special Price. 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Sled Plate *«•»'■j and Sheets and llectrlcal Wires. neattlk.