RESUME OF THE WEEK'S
MRS. J. G. GREEN
Ed ited by MRS. J. G. GREEN
Boise left Sat- French
Ed ited by MRS. J. G. GREEN
OLY Week has been observed
I II I more leneraliy this year than
If II many seasons. Perhaps
laaoaJ because of the recent war.
There were some pretty social af
fairs, however, to lighten the last
week of Lent, and Saturday was the
gayest of gala days with the "flying
circus'' and the crowds.of people from
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Beautiful Home Wedding.
A beautiful wedding was celebrated
Wednesday evening at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Robinson, when their daughter, Miss
Rebecca, became the wife of Lieuten
ant William Enderle Robertson of
Phoenix, Arizona. The Reverend R. M.
Donaldson of the First Presbyterian
church officiated and the ring cere
mony was observed. About 60 guests,
relatives and friends, were present,
among them the mothers of the bride
groom, Mrs. G. TI. Robertson of Glenn's
Ferry. The bride, who was given away
by her father, was attended by her
sister, Mrs. Billy Thompson, the ma
tron of honor, and the bridegroom
bv Mr. Thompson. Miss Anne Finne
gan played the "Bridal Chorus" from
I.ohengrin and Miss Ruth Creed sang
T Love Thee," Miss Finnegan accom
panying. The bride wore white Geor
gette heavily beaded in white, and her
mother's wedding veil made with a
bandeau and caught with orange blos
soms ill the back. She carried white
sweet peas and lavender orchids. The
matron of honor wore a peach colored
Georgette dress trimmed in silver lace
l silver lace ; '
and blue grosgrain ribbon. She carried |
an old-fashioned nosegay of pink
sweet peas and roses. Mrs. Robinson
wore a dress of pearl grey crepe d' j '
chine and Mrs. Thompson was in a
handsome taupe georgette beaded in I
black. A buffet supper was served 1
alter the marriage ceremony. Mrs.
Wetter and Mrs. John Skillern poured
The table was pretty with a graceful
arrangement of pink snap-dragons in
a low green bowl and pink candles In
silver candle-stick on a cluny lunch
cloth. The entire house was decorated
In pink and white flowers, peach blos
soms predominating. The fireplace be
fore which the ceremony took place
was banked with ferns, and palms with (
a pedestal supporting candelabra j
holding seven candles stood at each
side, the whole forming nn altar ef- ;
xnh r^ hf ' n 'J. 16 brIdaI cake was cut ' I
Miss Flossie Reamer found the thim- I
p T ULBRANSEN
THE PLAYER PIANO PERFECTED
What a Gulbransen Will Do
It will keep the wife from being
It will give the girls a chance to
practice hand playing.
It will render music that will cheer
up the old folks.
It will render music so naturally
that it can't be distinguished from
It will make it possible lo play your
It will encourage the young folks
to have their good times at home.
It will make father forget his busi
It will be an ornament to any home.
It will prove the best investment
musically you have ever made.
It will he paid for by the month
without inconvenience to you.
What a Gulbransen Wont
It won't be out of repair a big por
tion of the time.
It won't tire you out playing it.
It won't become tin-panny and dis
It won't make the neighbor wish
It won't produce mechanical dis
cord that will make you wish you
were miles away.
It won't appear out of harmony in
the finest furnished room.
It won't make callers wish tiiey
.were somewhere else.
It won't cause you regret for hav
ing purchased it.
It won't injure you financially to
It won't worry you to meet the
small monthly payments we make.
ONE PRICE TO ALL
— maty to play
65 Gulbransens sold in Boise and vicinity.
38 Gulbransens now on order from us.
22 Gulbransens now enroute to us by freight.
7 Gulbransens to be delivered from first car load received.
1 Gtilbransen in stock for demonstration purpose. Your order placed now will
insure you getting a Gulbransen soon.
Come in, see, hear and play for yourself a Gulbransen with a 0- R. S. roll. Ask vour
neighbor how lie likes his Gulbransen. Only at our store will you find the Gulbransen.
Exclusive Boise home of the Steinway piano, the New Edison and the Victrola.
913 Main St.
one price ...a Square
ble, Miss Carrie Regan the dime, Miss
Bertha Skillern the ring Miss Ruth
Creed caught the bridal boquet. The
bride's going away dress was a navy
blue suit worn with a dark blue
Georgette waist and dark blue hat
trimmed with pink rose-buds. The
happy couple left on the 12:20 train for
Denver, where they will spend several
weeks and from there go on to Phoenix,
Arizona, where they will make their
home. Lieutenant Robertson is a civil
engineer. Among the out-of town
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Proctor Per
kins of Hailey.
In honor of Mr.*and*Mrs. S. S. Stites.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Scott and Mr.
and Mrs. George Williams entertained
about one hundred guests at a dancing
party at the Country club Thursday
evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. S. S.
Stites, who will leave for Pocatello
soon to make their future home. Tomp
kins orchestra played delightfully for
the dancers. Punch was served
throughout the evening and a buffet
lunch at midnight. The table was in
yellow. Silver candelabra with yellow
candles formed the centerpiece and at
each end were two silver candlesticks
holding yellow candles. Fruit blos
soms decorated the rooms.
To Honor Visitor From Tennessee.
Guests of Mrs ' Rlddle -
Mrs. Lindsey and Miss Lindsey have
been the guests of Mrs. Riddle at the
' A. Barton home during the time of
the Barton's visit east. Mrs. Riddle
expects her daughter and son-in-law
the Pinney to see "Pollyanna,
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Miss Herington Bride-Elect
Miss Hazel Herlngton, sister of Mrs.
Ernest Noble, who has been visiting
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tesi. on Monday, entertaining with
bridge tea in honor of her friend, Mrs.
A. If. McConnell of Tennessee, who
has been spending the past few weeks
at the Owyhee.
Mrs. Lindsey and Daughter
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Luncheon And Dinner for Visitors
The Shrine will give a luncheon at
the Country club Monday, honoring the
visiting ladies and their husbands and [
the past potentates and officers of El [
In the evening the same guests will
be entertained at dinner at the Hotel
Owyhee, followed by a theatre party at
in Boise for several months, left Sat
urday for her home in Moscow. Miss
Herington, who is to be married In
June to C. L. Larson of Salt Lake,
was very much entertained prior toi
her departure for the north, a number
of pretty showers and parties having
been given in her honor.
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Miss Harris to Resume Her Work
Miss Harris will soon resume her
work in her studio at Columbian hall,
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Columbian Club Study Dramatics
An unusually splendid program was
given Monday afternoon at the club
house. Mrs. Bradley Sheppard gave
the Kalaval, the epic poem of Finland,
in a most entertaining manner, pre
ceded by a sketch of Its origin and
translators and a short description of
Mrs. Leslie Long completed the pro
gram with a stirring ballet by Cha
Un Monday, April 21, the regular
social meeting of the Columbian club
will be Tuesday, April 22. Household
economic department of the Colum
bian club will hold a card party at the
club rooms. There will also be a
guessing game. This party is one of
the series g lven by the club for rais
ing their W. M. C. A. fund.
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Card Party by Columbian
The card party to be given by the
home economics section of the Co
lumbian club on the afternoon of
April —• promises to be one of the
prettiest society events of tile spring.
There will be abundant diversion for
all who attend. Cards and a guessing
game nnd delicious refreshments. A
small admission fee will be asked.
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Luncheon in Honor of
Prior to her departure from Boise
Mrs. A. C. Hindman was the guest of
honor at a very pleasant luncheon
given by Mrs. Charles Smith. Covers
were laid for fourteen, with a color
schelne of plnk nnd white ln the re '
freshments and table decorations.
Sweet peas formed the center piece.
A handkershief shower given Mrs.
Hindman by those present closed a
most delightful afternoon.
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Columbian Club Musical.
At tile meeting of the musical sec
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tion of the Columbian club Thursday
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afternoon at the home of Mrs. Pope,^
n very good program of music from
| French and American
. rendered. Miss Yerrington ployed
In j piano solos and she and Miss Elsa
j Brandt played accompaniments 'for
toi MIss Hobson and MrA Randall who
sang . The selections were front I)c
Bussy, chamtnade Massenet Guv
I d'Hordelot, Harriet'Ware nnd'victor
j One hundred and fourteen little
j chicks canto out to greet the ladles,
who wore fortunate enough to attend : v
Mrs. Allen Pride's Kensington last !
Tuesday afternoon. The party was ;
one of the club'sc Y. M. C. A. silver j
collection events and a neat sum was 1 M
added to the fast growing fund, while I
the incubator chicks were very inter- ! in
csting. Light refreshments
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Complimenting Returned Soldier.
Complimenting Dewey E. Huggard
was the enjoyable party given by Miss
Luella Hutchings last Tuesday even
ing. The evening was spent with
music and cards. At 11 o'clock re
freshments were served from small
tables. Pretty favors were given each ! da
guest. About 20 youpg peoplo were
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Beautiful Spring Wedding.
A beautiful spring wedding I
was solemnized Wednesday evening. j
April 16, when Miss Grace Parrott, j
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Parrott, I
was married at the home of her par- j
ents to Lewis Howard Roberts of Che- !
halis. Wash., in the presence of rela- !
tives and friends, the very Reverend ]
Alward Chamberlnine, dean of St. j
Michael's cathedral, officiating.
The bride was attended by Miss j
Olive Parrott and Mrs. Lewis Walker, i
Ernest Parrott was the best man. The !
bride was given away by her father.
Miss Jessie Grigson played the wed
ding march. After the ceremony n.,
reception followed. Mrs. Lundy and
Mrs. Miniely poured. The table was
pretty, with a big French enamelled
basket of pink and white snap-drag- I
oils on an exquisite lunch cloth of
frost-like knitted lace, the work of
the grand-mother of the bride, Mrs. '
Eunice A. Parrott. The living room !
where the ceremony took place was ln
pink and white carnations and ferns,
and the reception hall in ferns. The
.pretty bride wore a dress of flesh-1
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tinted georgette crepe beaded in white
Pope,^ tulIe veil arranged with a
i bandenn of penr]g gho carrled a bmJ _
I quet of bridal roses, which later was
caught by Miss Katie Lundy. The !
bride's going-away gown was of navy
blue, with hat to match.
Many lovely gifts and silver were
The happy couple left Thursday
evening for Portland and after' May
1 will be at home in Chehalis, Wash.
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Captain Homer Clyde Darrah, U. S.
A., and Miss Alice Hartley of Emmett
were united in marriage Friday eve
i ning. The wedding was solemnized by
the Very Rev. Alward Chamberlaine,
dean of St. Michael's cathedral at 0:30
o'clock at the deanery, The bride and
bridegroom were accompanied by M
and Mrs. Ray I. Hartley, relatives of
the bride. The bride was dressed in
a blue serge traveling gown with hat
to match and carried a boquet of pink
Pretty Dinner for *Bride-elect
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Grunbaum gave
a pretty dinner of eight places Mon
day evening in honor of Miss Rebecca
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Complimenting Miss Robinson and
In compliment to Miss Rebecca Rob
inson, daughter of former Mayor J.
W. Robinson, and Lieutenant William
Enderle Robertson was the enjoyable
dinner party of eight intimate friends
of the bride-elect given by Mr. and
Mrs. Chester Welday Tuesday evening.
Easter lilies decorated the table, har
monizing with the color scheme of
green and white in the rooms.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Z. S.
Gwaltney was the scene of a pretty
card party Thursday night. Twenty
guests were present and the honors of
the evening fell to Mrs. K. A. Boyd
and J. A. Baker. A delightful luncheon
of two courses was enjoyed.
Pierce Park Collister, April 19 —
Easter exercises Sundoy morning at
It o'clock at Pierce Park und nt S p.
nt. at Collister Presbyterian church.
The ordination and installation of
elders and welcoming of trustees will
occupy part of the evening services at
The 14-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
C . L. Nason of Wylie was recently
knocked down by an automobile In
Boise, causing bad bruises and a cut on
the head which required several
Mrs. Edward Starn and Mrs. Roy
Roberts spent the day with Mrs. Bert
Yaryan now of South Boise.
The son of Judge Willard WhLte who
came here from Wyoming for the bene
fit of his health. Is much Improved and
has no further use for cane or crutches.
C. E. Tnppan, the civil engineer, left
Wednesday for mountain Home on a
Mrs. R. E. Shurtliff, who recently
underwent a serious operation in a
Boise hospital, is improving rapidly.
Subject of sermon Sunday night nt
Collister Presbyterian chapel: "The
Dying Grain of Wheat."
C. C. Sherman of Wylie is In the
chicken and rabbltry business quite
Two granddaughters, aged 15 months
and 14 years respectively, have arrived
from Minnesota to make their home
with Mr. and Mrs. George W. Hicks, j
Mrs. Ormsby, state superintendent of
Sunday Behool work, addressed the
Collister Methodist Sunday school
Harold Rose, who recently underwent
: v <»ion located in Florida and Alilbama
! during the period of the war his re
?o\ra?rk' n n g U ar SehOSPltal,i f abIe
Prayer meeting was held 'Thursday
nl " ht at C'olHster Presbyterian manse.
Edward Hamill of Riverside Is jvork
ing on the Mode building. |
r, Re r; E G N ', M urphy "'HI leave for
Jayette Monday to attend the mtetlns I
chu,vh elder ' r °°™ Pi H I
Arthur Lamb, who was in a trukk di
; turned and
1 M ylie.
I There will he
! in Collister Presbyter
da ' hight from Mountain Home,
Mrs. Vork ifnd have moved into
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oral ,: m f T r hls I
• R. E. Larpb, of j
v ictory Loan meeting j
church Sun - !
! Afternoon at 3 o'clock. Speakers I
from Boise will address the mcetling
Easter exercises in Collister Moth-|
odist church Sunday evening a] 7- in
P. m. j "
William Bowers has purchnUd a I
spraying machine and, with hid sons !
Lewis and Edwin, is at work l n the j
Vicinity of Eagle. |
TO. Tappan is expeeed homii Frl
Easter exereis es ln Collister Meth-I
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Est. 1868—8th and Main
Kaho Corset Special
Chance to buy a new Corset
and save $1.50 or $2
Kabo corsets are favorably and well known to most women.
If they were not good corsets—good enough for this store to recom
mend we would not think of buying or selling them to our patrons at any
Special purchase and sale of three models at very spe
The corsets are all right in every partira -
lar feature of worth and service. The work
manship and style is of course up to the Kaho
The models are good and the materials
are of the quality used only in $4, $5 and
They are simply a part of the maker's sur
plus stock of three models which they wish
to close out, lientje the unusually low price.
They are such remarkably good bargains
that we expect to close them out in a few
days. Every woman who wants to make an
economical purchase of one or two corsets
should see these tomorrow.
No. E 2—Front, laced; a splenuiu mouvi ior the
woman who wants a heavily honed corset. Has
shield under front laces; elastic hack gore, and is
fitted with 6 hose supporters. Extra large skirt.
Material is excellent quality herring hone weave
«outil, embroidery trimmed. This is better than
lots of $5 corsets and equals many at, $6.50. All*
sizes from 22 to 26. f t?
No. 50o3—Buck laced model for slender and med
ium sized figures; elaslic section in hack; free hip
hone; low bust with slightly higher back; 6 hose
supporters; extra good quality white coutil trimmed
with embroidery. Easily worth $3.50. fiA /Iff
All sizes 1 !) lo 28. Special price......
No. 40 1 -1 A very good hack laced model for
medium and heavy figures. Has a long, heavy,
graduated front clasp; ext mi long skirt: medium
bust: 6 hose supporters; material is extra qual
ity while coutil, embroidery trimmed. CA MB
Sizes 22 lo 36. Special price.....
Odd lot corsets at $1.95
\Ye have a nuinher of corsets left
from lines with an incomplete range
of sizes, also discontinued models or
iginally worth $2.50 to $3.
Special at 95c
. Very special value,
in fact uncommonly
special! Materials are
pink wash satins and
pink crepe do chine.
There are about 8
designs, each of limi
Corsets for $1
\Ye offer a very good corset for this
price. The model is good for slightly
built figures. Back laced style; white
or pink material with elastic top.
Sizes 19 to 26.
coats at $1.65
A special lot; ev
ery one is worth quite
a hit more than
$1.65. The muslin
is fine and of good
quality; the same ap
plies to ttie nice em
J Special lot of combinations at 85c
th * 0rr bu,ldlnff at Riverside. Mrs.
Burns, who formerly lived there, has
moved to Boise.
Sydney Starn left Wednesday for the
Meet orchard, where he will be ant
Mrs. Frank Leonard and children are
sick with the influenza.
has 1 been a"' o°/ ufand'Mrs. Van
Dusen, left for home*Thursday
The annual school election of Col
lister school district will be held at
the school house Monday between the
hours of 2 and 5 o'clock to elect a suc
cessor to Mrs. Little, who moved to the
coast last fall. Mrs. Harry Miller has
filled the position since Mrs. Little
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slon church a t* d preaches every Sunday
Nera Lindsey is he™ visiting friends
an<1 wil1 als0 visit her Parents who re
side at WIlder -
Mrs. Dresser, formerly Genevieve
Cruzen, Is visiting in the home of Dr.
'and Mrs. Collister.
Mr. and Mrs. Whit
Rev. Malcolm Wood of Riverside is
suppl)dnff the Katherine Baptist MIs
s - . who reside on I
the Bremnn place, left Sunday for
E. H. Murphy, assistant cashier of
(he First National bank of Payette,
was a Boise visitor Saturday.
Western Optical Co.
203 MANITOU HOTEL
Office Hours: 9 to 12 a. m„ 1:30 to i
Or Tour Money Refunded.
TWO BIG WALTZ SONG8
WAIT AND SEE
WISE PIANO HOUSE
807-809 Idaho St.
Boise Made Brooms
75c, 85c, 90c, $1.00 and $1.25
CAMP & SON
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