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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, flALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1914.
TESZB I grounds a drmwinii room, Mrs. F.dward T. Barnes presided at oue of the most at tractive al-freseo affairs of the summer season, entertaining as a farewell com pliment for Mrs. Fletcher llomnn, wife of the president of Willamette univer sity, and Mrs. Henry D. Kimball, of Kimball college. The affair was ueces-1 sitated earlier than previously planned, ' owing to the Karnes' eontenipla'ied summer tour of southern Oregon. Between tiie hours of halt' past two ) and live o'clock nearly 100 guests j ..nM... I fi.ri.tiiwp mi nHrnnHvA liii'tora FMMF.R with its attendant pleasures aud recreutions will soon merge Into j jn t(.r (,aint afternoon costumes ns IS" 1 s,t.h!..!':f"i LlVlM MISS ANXE MORGAN MAKES FIRST AEROrLAXE FLIGHT BY MOLLIS EDNCOBN. SI .u.iic.n im na 1,1 i.-i.vit.... p. ........ - - l l" 1 1,1 lUvir IIU1.UJT U 1 IITIIUUII CUSllimra l.a uutumn, interest-changing info a new channel, the former "-n,,rb,B . they moved about amongst the pictures question of "where ami how will we spend our outing giving place to surroundings. Thev were met by the more engrossing one, "of what will our winter's entertainment program consist." The latter season being of the longer duration, the problem being necessarily the more difficult to solve. Although a little enrlv to make a perfected announcement, the most im portant part of the question tall be answered made possible by tho permission of Miss .Minnotta Mngers, Salem's most successful and untiring worker in secur ing and supplying the people of the Capital City with all that is best in the musical line. Negotiations have been completed by her for securing nn array of artists for the coining concert season that trom both a musical and artistic standpoint will be especially pleasing to music lovers here. The first to appear will be Alma Otuek, voungest'of the Metropolitan Opera company's prima donnas, of whom the public 'knew very little until one morning two years ago, when, after making her first appearance as "Sophie" in "Werther" at the New theatre, she awoke to find herself famous. Since that time she has sung in various operas with great success, among them Boheme, Faust, Rheiugold, Wigor.'tto, etc. Ap pearing with her will be Kfrem Zimbulist, poet of the violin, to whom the noted singer was recently married. Mme. (iluck is a pupil of Mine. Sembrich, while Zimbnlist is ranked among the three greatest interpretntors ot the violin. Kvnn William. America's greatest concert tenor, will be the second per former to appear, the third concert to be given by the Barrere ensemble, compos Mrs. William K. Kirk and Mrs. Homer Vau Winkle, who presented each guest to the hostess and guests of honor. Assisting in the entertaining were Mrs. John O. floltra, -Mrs. Julius C. More land, Mrs. John A. Mills, Mrs. Klliott J. Swnfford, Mrs. Andrew A. Lee, Mrs. I', (irant Holt, and Mrs. Fifenk C PeLong, Miss Ruth Burnes ami Miss Charlotte Robertson. It. W. Little planned the decorations, which were tho source of many admir ing expressions. The punch booth was particularly lovelv, done in soft French grey, trelliscd with greenery and bank i ed with golden chrysanthemums. Fro- siding here were Airs. Waldo Mills (Ada Marks), Mrs. Merton DeLong, Miss Inez Coltrn and Miss Genevieve Avison, who alternated in serving. Quaint Japanese lanterns hung on in- in tne iiuru ciiu.i-.i .u Ui ........ --, .7.. . - . . . ... in ,hfl ed of nine musicians who use wind instruments exclus.vely. AH wi. De assisted j which phived k prismatic. l- rLs'forSie series have not yet been completed, the results (-tain sorrowed wlaad ia .. . ,! .. I...1.I.. I. ......I.. l,. nfUr it lina hwil .linwn """"" 1 " " ""v " ot rue present uiscussioi. pruiuiuij ui-hik mum- n........ ...... .. that the "response to the three announced is sufficiently large to make the secur- ?ii(t rf the fourth enncistont Through Miss Mngers' activities, Salem people have had an opportunity of hearing world-renowned artists and celebrities, in our own city, such as have previously been heard by only the favored few who have been privileged to attend their conceits on the Btages of tho larger cities. To her Salem people owe indebtedness for the opportunity of hearing Mme. Nordica, who, before her death, was recognized as one of the world's greatest dramatic sopranos, who was accompanied by Rummel, violinist, and Simmons, pianist, both recognized artists. Mme. Francis Aldn, with her accompanists La Forgo, pianist, and Cassini, cel ',Ht afforded an evening of song and instrumental music rarely heard outside of metropolitan houses. Mme. Schumann-Hoink, another world-renowned artist, was secured by Miss Mngers. Mile. Treville, in costume recital; Charles W. Clark, baritone; Cnrrio Jacobs Bond, and David Bispham, a bnritone, who has no peer in English dirtion, were also presented to local audiences, and while the minimum price was asked for the privilege of hearing them, and although the attendance was large and enthusiastic, the box office receipts were not suffi cient, within $150, to cover all expenses at the end of the season. Miss Mngers, besides devoting her time and energies to securing the performers, being also obliged to personally be responsible for the deficit. The course as secured for Sulem was the same as given in Portland, Seattle, San Frnncisco una Los An geles, attendants at the latter placo purchasing tickets at a minimum of five dollars, while the general price of admission in Salem remained five dollars for all seats. Only those who assume the responsibility of furnishing and arranging a c ncert program realize the arduousuess of the task and comprehend the amount of work, time and energy incidental to such an undertaking. The artists announced for tho coming season are the best in their lines that can be secured and it is hoped that Salem peoplo demonstrate the appreciation of Miss ilagers' work and the higher cluss entertainment by giving liberal support and patronage by signing the subscription blanks, which are arranged at the three local music houses. The response should be made during the coming two weeks, final negotiations being completed the first week in August. ilV-y ... : -&X: .- V; Vv i .. "t.-Aii'v'.,!SJt-V'-''- V..-- - J ' .' hJ.'- ";. : ; .-. ALARtiK nhmher of present and enitentiary, left yesterday for Seattlo former students of Willamette lint- to accept a position there, versify, college of liberal arts,' Win. C. Mangold, of Portland, is rcg called unanuoiiiiced at the Uuyeord lat- i Utered at tho Jtligh. tersoii home Monday night, delightfully J. I.. Sweeney, malinger of the Pnlles surprising Dr. and Mrs. Patterson. I Flouring mills, one of the lending bus The guests met at the home of Miss'iness men of the Polk county sent, is Ruth Koyer on North Winter street, in the city tcdiiy. going directly from there to tho Pat- Frank S. Barton, manager of the Su tersou residence. The affair was given , lem Klectriil Co., is in Portland today as nn expression of appreciation and on business. 'good will of the students of the iiniver-i Frederick S. Lamport and Bcnlamt., sity who have highly valued the friend-Is. Via have opened a law office in tho ship of Dr. ami Mrs. Patterson, enjoy-! ,an..,, ,rt building on North Commercial nig many happy social gatherings at Mreet, the firm name being Lamport their home, which, with the event of Via. Monday night, will remain u delightful! ( Hr" Tondrup and H. Follri,;i leave . ""2''or,' , , i tomorrow for a two weeks' vacation in The. hours were passed informally j Vn m hill county, with conversation ami games, two mem-1 ' ' i i hers of the class of 'II serving refresh ments, 'fcjfcrjcrjc''!' Those present were: Misses Lottie I 4c llVnn, Mary liigler, Kthel Casebere, Kl-1 CITY NEWS . wina Schramm, Laura Heist, Alice' 1 Fields, tlertrude Kakiu, Naomi Milliner, ' Jj::;: i L'unice Miller tirnce Thompson, Flor-; , . . . , , . , . ' en. e l'age. Stella Graham, Inez Goltra.! T18 Greatest triumph of the baker'3 Helen Goltra, Irmine Harding, Ruth l,llt is shown in every loat of Tip-Top Hodge, Lanni Ross, Ada Ross, Leiln , bri'"1- P'.l'Kht fully delicious. So Kigdon, Theodosia llennett, Ainiiie Pig- l'r,,"l,,v satistaetory t.et it and alt lor Woods, Margaret Graham, Grace .""' groceries at Sperling s, 31 1 NortH Smith, F.lvn Smith, Joy Turner, Linn ! Conuiieicial street. Heist, Lulu Heist, Nellie Casebere, Miss 0 ; Page, Kate liarfon, Sadie lioughey, As a reiult, of his trip out to tho I Louisa Patterson; Messrs. li. W, Little, , Asylum farm yesterday afternoon to Harold linger, R. L. Plal'f, Wesley uiake an inspection of the clover there, ' llammoiicl, Harry Irvine, R. H. Walsh, i the county agriciiltuialist Luther Ray L. Smith and Seth Axley. ( hnpin found that clover miilgo Dr. and Mrs. I'atterson will' leave for ns playing havoc with the clover jtho east tomorrow night, being enter- seed crop. The ravages of this tai I as the guests of Mr. and Mra. 1 i" his estimation, are worso 'Rollin K. Page until their departure.1 1111,11 last 5l'lir- r-fi advises tho farm They will go by wav of San Francisco, j " to itili.''t their crop at once in ' older to ascertain whether or not tho i Thursday afternoon Mrs. Leuard An-' l"1'.1 ''"stroying the seed before it dersnn. lr. !!,., Va.i. .....I II..-.! IH o line to cut. me clover lor nay. i sio Bennett entertained la lonor of He said that if the farmers wait until ANMC MOROAKI ir. w V "." ; threshing timu thev may find that they .Mrs. J. W. Goencl at a surprise shower .. . . , .... ,,. ... ,i , i i , nine iieiiin-r Bti-u our uuuu uv. iiu s o, u , ' i , l i'' cH-tated 't h woiil.l inspect any field 1" 'V"TUr:'''btr,l ,Ar'm B',t " that he is asked to inspect. Photo- ed on lawn and porch for the comfort of the guests. On the latter placo flaming yellow golden rods were nr- ranged in great baskets and jardinieres, while adding to the beauty of the rooms were quantities of cut flowers. Pink' sweet peas were used in the double par- Invo lioll mill livilKT vnmna Willi llllSTa t I i. dai endin, a cooi touch to the, ,.IZT. ... .... "Z.?'"" " r I graphs of the clover were taken by Mr, (lining-room. . teroplana flight at Clmrtrcs receutly when she wnu taken tip to a height o( Many beautiful gifts were presented Mr. and Mrs. Homnn, accompauiDd h kllometru (3,300 feet) by Mr. Gnrnlx, pilot ot a Pnul SchmlU 'to the honor guest. The invitation in- by their sons, rul and Karl arfd it),plaM whtch recenty cvam0 lllt0 prominence by break!.: ll th world'. alU- - eluded: Mrs. James McKvoy, Mrs. J. OiUy a lew days remain in which to daughter, Catherine, will leave Sniem fag rt ,th a as , h passcngertl. ! Coebel, Mrs. O. Johnson, Mrs. Seeer,!'"'?8 "'; the wonderfu bar- about September first for Boston, where ; Mrs. Snul Anderson and Mis. Karl Wil. W" wh"'h ilu"her, the tailor, is ot- Dr. Honian will spend the year taking j - um. The out of town guests were: I 'l'rl"K- Actual saving of to $20 on up special euucai.unai wuir, rnui nu- aij .'a. l Kuiuiuk pu.uni i, ii r- i n i.. mu. into hid im.n-iii '""LMrs, A. l.iiiibecK, the .Misses Until and ! , "".".li ....h..v man sailing from that place for Kng- R as an outing pluco, Crater Lako land, where he will begin his three travel for 1!14 promises to break years' scholarship which he was re- all previous records. Up to July 17 of ccntly awarded at Rhodes college. I this year the number of visitors was I attention of a large contingent of both young men and women, the Willuinettc and private courts being ltlutlcll fftl-lttl nf Sili-et'tiut W ii ....i .1... . .. .. ' ...... wen puiron.iCd iiiniig in ran; oiuri (iosS Mrs i)(,,B Umoll) yym Hor Leonii Krehbiel, Mrs. Kmi.ia'llucll, Mrs.,',l,ill.;!"l lerus to select i ... '.. .... 1 from. :U I Stntii ntrei.t. . 1 . 1 1 li live ii li i-u I (li-i.ii .i.i.i iud i - -- w Dr. and Mrs. Kimball contemplate ' 1547, witii 340 registered on the same ing and evening hours. The past week I tense Nad'on Mrs Paul Holder Mrs . ;- ......i i u fri... k..- u.. tf l.rt .. '. . .. ' 1. ' leaving sometime in September for date the year previous. The number has witnessed the lonnution of the i southern California, where they will of automobiles registered wus aw, tne , largest tennis chid yet organized in sn- Seeley, Mrs. A. Hums, Mrs. Basic, Mrs. Work on the basement of the new structure being built by George F. Rod gers to replace tho burned Fremont ho- 191.1 record showing a total of 41 ma-1 lem which will be known as the "Sa- chiues. lem Tennis Association." Although af- Salem motor enthusiasts form a largo ! filiated with the Y. M. C. A. it will be number of those who annually visit this' open for membership to those not con wonderland country, returning with I nectcd with that organization. K. M. rhapsodical accounts of scenic lovoli-1 Hofuell was elected president aud ness and excellency ot roads. Yesterday moruing Mr. and take up their residence. Mrs. A. M. Crawford will occupy a cottage at Newport for several weeks, leaving about August first. She will be joined by the Judge Slaters, who ex pect to leave about the same time. Mr. Crawford, Judgo Slater, James Craw ford. Richard Slater and Murray Wheat; Barnes and children, liutli and Jialpn,:ed systeinutically in securing member ships, the following list being largely the result of their efforts. K. M. Hofnell, J. JJ. Young, Paul llo mnn, Oscar Gingrich, Ralph Moores, Paul Wallace, R. C. Bishop, J. II. Al- Tuck, Mrs. Finest Bowen, Mrs. Leonard i tel, which was destroyed by fire sever- Aiiileranii, Mrs. llert Wands and Mrs. inl weeks ago, is progressing rapidly. Bessie llennett. rl!. AND MRS. C1IARLKS A. The cement foundations on the west end are practically completed, while that on the east end is under way. A plan to join them for the week-ends. left in their car for the Crater Lnko country, to be gone on a three weeks' outing. During the latter part of their stay toey will be joined by Dr. event in Hood River, expect to make I and Mrs. Charles 11. Robertson aud Salem their home. They are at home I their children, who will leave by motor j bert, Curtis It. Cross, David F.yre, Watt for the present at the J. A. Mills resi-! probably the first of Augui t. Tho jShipp, Ralph Brooks, J. H. Furrar, Paul deuce, 4S1 North Winter street. 1 Thomas B. Kays had planned to ac- Houser, Lloyd Hausir, It. C. .Miles, company them, but will not be able to r rank spears, t ail iiuiiiielsen, doe Thursday atternoou a purty ! Koinliart, t laud Nadu, Lawrence ilo Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Mills (Miss Ada Marks'), whose nniiriatre was a recent Till-. William I.. inignioii8 nan as . a cordial invitation is cxteiuieu to an their guests during the week Mrs. Salem mothers. James H. Murphy, Mrs. Russell JJ Hubbard, Miss Sallio Ledbctter, of As guests of Mrs. Elizabeth Lamb, a Portland, and Miss Ledbetter's gllCSt, ,( nf liienickers miinveit n Innm-h Miss McCabe. of Albany, N. Y. The ri.ln'to the miner Will1.11.ett0 Thursday I The Loval Woman's class of the First i do so party motored' to Sulem Wednesday, re- evening. Disembarking on an island ; Christian church was delightfully en-1 composed of M7. and Mrs. Clair M. Jn-li'er, L. R. M. Fierce, Adulph (iueffroy, 11 m MI'ARK presided ut an attractive! ''irgc force is kept busy every day aud i! .1 : u i . a . .1. 1 if id sv iiiti'tml Hint: wit lii n n nlmrt tinin Mrs. K. T. i?'Vallaco aid" n'aim work- j ni"'r J' - . 1 llli'i. riin.l. ni.ti.t-liitiniitr . ir M nj t.1.-...! A : ed. Wiggin 11 ud daughter, Mildred, of Top-1 ' -0 penish, Wash., who are the house guests! In the case of V. A. Vincent against of the George F. Kodgers. llesi.lo the j the Black Fugle Milling and Mining honor guests places were arranged for : eoiiii.any, 1111 action in tho circuit court Mr. and Mrs. tieorge F.. Kodgers, Mr. fr MarUin eoiinty oil a promissory noto urn ...is. ..01111 ji. .vii.cn, josepu and also on goods sold mid delivered turning Tnursdny. i they participated in swimming contests and various outdoor amusements, later Mrs. F. Jessup, of Eugene, who has gathering around a huge bonfire, where been entertained in Salem, is the guest pt-iiic delicacies were served. A pleas of friends in Portland and Oregon City. :ant feature of the evening was the un She will return to Salem to remain a expected call of the Coiouel E. Hofers Bhort time before leaving for her home, and party, who wre passing iu their " , launch. A group of enthusiastic motorists arc Asked as Mrs. Lambs' guests were planning a delightful trip to Mt. Rain- itfiss Kathryn Jaiin, Miss Elizabeth ier and through the Paradise valley, Coibctt, Miss Aline High, Miss Louella contemplating leaving sonic time in Patton, Hon. Hal D. Patton, Rick Dear August. They are Air. ami Mrs. Charles' bom, Fritz Slade, Jacob Solomon and McNary, Mr. and Mrs. W. (!. Knighton Sidney B. Elliott, and Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Boise. ; , , tertaincd by Mrs. B. C. Kennedy and man, Mrs. Fred A. Krixon, daughter, Council Dyer, George Watson her mother, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, at their Jiazelle, and Mr. and .Mrs. Joseph 11.; Their organization being tor men and bert, Miss Margaret Kodgers and Miss a motion to strike out parts of the coiu Mau Gethnrt, of Los Angeles, whom j phunt was argued this morning before .Mr. and .Mrs. Park is entertaining as 'Judge Kelly. The motion was sustain their summer guest. e(1 , t1(, defense given until August Mrs. Wiggin and M'isb Wiggin have 1 1 mil, t answer. been greatly appreciated, friends re- ......ii;.... i...f ....... :.. .. 1 home on South Commercial street, ' Kheinhart, occupying two cars, departed I boys exclusively, they hiivo generously ! .: ' , ' """ Sheriff William !scli that a set of 21 us ot their splendid new 1 r. .. , '. 1 volumes of the Kncyclopaedia Hrittuii- b . ica wns stolen on tho night of July '11 Thursday, from 2:30 to 5 o'clock. After a short blisiness session, presided over by the efficient president, Mrs. Loretta May, assisted by Mrs. B. W. Walcher, who acted as secretary, duns were i place, remaining away for a week .1.:.. .: 4 :.. 1 .1.. tl... lor l. IIS ..soil, mil ling 1 . r.iiAuu j u j iiiintt ,11,1 nnu ui incii .i-iiiuii in-nr . ... Eugene, who joined them on their trip. : asphalt court to the members of the' ,? w ' m,min Mr. and Mrs. .I'oiin H. Albert will ; Girls' Tennis club, recently formed by j """" 1 01 Al,B"s;- , leave in their car Moiuiny tor the same, too V. W. t . A., composed ot iirolyn j S'eiinl, Violet Kriindhoefer, Bess K. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence B. Wilson were weekend Salem visitors, the Mrs. M. N. Chapman and daughter, Miss Oda Chapman, entertained Mr. and f tr viiBn' ,,i,nr' fr Mrs J. J. Thresnau little daughter Jarri(!on I)q ' 'of thc Kair(,rollnil,!,i Mr". Marion Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Thrall and nmJ ilr8 wi,on ar(, on their wav t ilrs. vv. 1. rsoatinan, at tne last week end, the party motoring from their homes in Portland. Dr. Bertha Stewart, head of the phy-1 sieal culture department of tho Fniver-! Misses Elizabeth and Mary McLaug'.v sitv of Oregon, will lecture to mothers lin are spending two weeks at Newport, j Olmsted, Mrs. E. W. i'owers, Mrs. N next Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. They arc expected home sometime next Scritchlow, Mrs. H. S. I'oisal, Mrs. W. at tho assembly hall at Kimball college. , week.. jf, sieginuud, Mrs. C. A. Arphe, Mrs. mmmm m m m vieiiruue irown, .viis. ..as. 11. uinp.ie.. ,Mrs, San Francisco, where they will pur chase furnishings for the new Hotel Wilson at Centralia, Wash. Composing a motor party, which will j Hiiiley, Esther Lucas, Helen Neughe- leave Tuesday for ( rater Lake and baiier, Violet Welborn, Inice Hellc, Vir- maile that will be effective in the near future and beneficial to all Salem resi dents. An hour of vocal and instrumen tal music ami readings followed: Piano solo, Mrs. M. L. Chamberlain; vocal solo, Mrs. B. C. Kennedy; rending, Mrs. William Siegmiind; duet, Mrs. Cham berlain and Mrs. Barbce, accompanied accompanied by Mrs. Wullor'j mother ; assisting those who are iiiiucciislomed to from the McMiunville Public Library. , , ... ,1 . ! The notice snvs thut the volumes were .Miss .Mabel Welborn, whose engage- j . . ..l 1:1.,.,,,.,, ...cut to Willard Milntuif of Marsh-, n,,,! ,iw Miarkl.,, wilh th( llllm.rs fru, tield, Ore., formerly ot Salem, was ai.-,s:u , , :,.,,:., . .,,, . tributary country, will be A. (I. .Mngers, ginin Wechter, Marie and Nellie ! J"""" sno.t 11.11.1 1.1, w as in. ri . ip-. is ,,tei for the return of the books. Mrs. Frank Mngers and Mr. aud Mrs. . Schwab, Miss Dimick, Kllen Thielson, ! ""' , ". ""'I'""" "'' ' 11 r The information was t here by n ' ' ' . Iiimn lnur fivnmiiir A In .! iiiiihIi.ip ... . ... ... .... Jack Crowe. j Theodosia Bennett, Margaret Hodge .. . .: . . h . ... , . ! 1 hent f Henderson of uiuhill county. ' U4.,ii,. ......I, , ., 1 ,.t:..,. 1 .... 1 4- "n 11 'i i 111.1111; in 1 iiii 11 iieuiiLii 111 ; .. There is a petition being circulated among the business men of the city fur ; 1 iit'uuuniit I'liiiii'll, ..iiii L.11111. llll.li;'', 11 1 ..- .., . .... 1 'Stella GihI.,,,,1 and Olive Metcalf, thi'""1, FTiT. '" Wl,h " 1"'"utllul Mrs. Chillies Weller, daughter Helen, latter six who are proficient pin vers, ' " '"' '."' ;.V .7' ",'' ,. , , .. bv Mrs. Alii e Wenger on harp; cornel and sister, Mrs. Heulat and Mrs. Morris, i the use of the iaciiiet. No formal tl'""1"lu'!' nr n Mopnrtiiieiit ot i ,1H pr)osn 0f bringing to the atten solo, Rev. F. S. Porter. The hostess, : of Portliind, will spend the summer at , rules or restrictions has been made, but ', "''H"-'; Mr- ;,"'"';",.t tiou of the council the necessity of bet assisted bv Mrs. Walcher, Mrs. Wilson Newport and at their Seal Hock cot- it is expected that next summer will r,','''"tl-v commencing he practice ot his t(,r )wytl.p protection. '1 he patience of and Ruth Kennedy, served dainty re-jtuge, leaving tor there Wednesday, i witness a large ami standardized or-, V' ',.""'..!" ' ' " 1 1 i 'he men who have property at stake ii refreshments: ... ganization. The A. M. Crawford court ! with Mr. (.raves ol that I'f'"'0- aliiiut exhausted by the council in re- Those present were: Mrs. Frank H. Chamberlain, Mrs. William J. Husick,' Mrs. C. L. Babington, Mrs. Coral Wood,! Mrs. E. Horton, Mrs. J. A. Todd, Mrs. I H. L. Hail and daughter, Mrs. H. D.i Lester White, of Portland, is ex- 's also at the disposal or this club on , w , f S . Id inL' i 1 liss M'irv ' " " I"""" I'rotection, a, n peeted to arrive shortly to be the guest , AIh.Ih.vh an.l Wednesdays. '' J ; ""l' f" of Richard Slater for several weeks. ! Their curt, as well ns that of the Dr. 1 " ' ""' s'' . 1 ,s .' ! " 1 " ! mte net,.,,, It is cxpec ed when no . ! Marry ((lingers on Mill street is geu-i, .IM' I. . council meets one week from Monday f-V 1 I 4 1 iI m ' v ' w 4 -Murrav, Mrs. Otto Wilson, Mrs. Krnest "'" 7" ,,n,r' i died ll.iwthoi ne, I'lor Smith, K nJJT 12., Alt wis l- ' v- v P. 1 " i h ,A,i '"-. Mrs. Walter Winslow, Miss Lee "".mcr of Mrs John MNuryj j . Ai,. ,lisl ,,,,,,,.,.' w I )tCCW riPniirnP ww3 . i S'TI,artl7'(.MrS-irnr.;h, Mrs. Klovd Ftter, Mrs. Albeit . ,a MS, ! mer, Inez Weid r. Mar.l,,. S, LyaUUj O LJKsKAUMK, , . . 'lf J y ' ""'I' Sieweit, Mrs. Prank Hall' Reeves, Mrs. Miss Lilhan Sinter Miss Men , YVoo,l,j ; .bell, Helen Walcher, Ruth Kennedy, ,,., i,,i,u v:f,..i i i.' i Mitstarolvn Kick, Miss Mariorie Kay, . ., , ,, ,. ,, ',. ,. i-x, ,1- , it , i r ii- u i Paul Johnson, Airs. Wiurield r.mmcl, ... - . - erbv, A n in Har t ett, Mrs. ( nine, L Mary L. Bishop, Haze I. B shop, Mis. r.,,, , T, ' Miss Pan a Linn, . iss E va Smvt he, ... ,,' ,, . . ' Mewed Louder Than the Other Kitties. utwi y How the Kitty Found His Pur. HAT are you going to tell us tonight, daddy?" cried Evelyn as she reached daddy's knee first In tbe race with Jack to near the even ing story. p "Make it different again, please." "Weil, girlie. 1 like that!" exclaimed daddy, pretending to be very much hurt "Aren't they all different?" "Tes," replied Evelyn, cuddling close to him, "but some of them are more different than others." "lou shall be rewarded, Miss Mnffet," said daddy and told his story. "Kitties were not always as they are now, you know, my dears, because i . . i.- i ' ......in, i. mm i.iiiiii-ii, ..ii.-., .1, , .... i,.,P1, u. .ii .... .. I.... .. ....,,. RS. ROY F. SHIKLIW asked a l"'"""ci, .V " M (. w.-l 1 ,.-.. . Mrs. K. It.' ' t-, ,,.., :f ,.,ii,. ,.. ri.i.r both vonng women and men p avers, ,, ,, ,, , , , . ,, . " Z 1 r i , fl v ''. hi!e not forming a club, are s'' Don, I iter, I ou.se llmupli- Tnore wcre 25 hoboes hougcd in tlie i In v after noon to meet A. rs. Liny . '. ? . revs, ( . nice W el born, era W elborn, ; ,. ;,i ,,ut :,,i,. n... ,,,.,.,..,;., r c. :,u i,..: irt M,,u;1( .i uiNMiisi ic piiriii-ip.iu ts in tins ue gnu i . . ,, . . , , , , i , - "i i.-- 'lv,'vl,UM O. Smith, a recent bride. Music and 1 ' ' h , ( mil int, Ste a 'lit, Mrs. lomi d 1 1,,. i.ni.l.. .f il... ..;i v Tl. -., ,i .. . ,"u i ,i. i. ,.... ,. i. ..,.... 1 1, , outdoor pastime. Among them are Miss ,, ,. , ' ,, ,. ,. '., ,, , i "" people or the city. I Hey were rail- I. A. Bishop, Mrs. S. E. Wolpc, " " ... V' .... " i..' i. . ... Nell Thielson, Miss Gertrude and Mai-, '.,".' . ," ' . ", 1 ''.' r"1"1'"1 "f f'C city this morning by Mrs. Carrie IL(:hapcl,Mrs;G.T,Kee- : -"V .;7 ' ,',. , ' garet Grey, of Seattle, house guests , ' "V'" "V " V-u Z..!: s ", Ii ''1. "f. 8h,!',w. H '"!'' ton, Mrs. Lizzie Jakes, Mrs. W. A.;,,.' -,'. iVul.o, Wii.l...- Mi i ,, tor the siiiniiier of Mrs. John McNary; V. Vr V i . i-i ' ' '." ' . mat it tney were toiinn in the city to- niuht thev Won Id be inveil a chance to SlVIII't., ,;.t tvnii.i fur u Wi.i.ll nr mi nii.l.tr tl... Illck- mi i.i.i-v isintt ill ilwi ii.ilii... f ll'1'i....r (.'iul....' '.dith r, inn, i.i.i in, ,i, .,,,,.!, .,,,,( i,,..,.!.,;.. tl...... ti. the jail to keep them out of mischief. Reporting enthusiastically of his rc sj $ if : c cent berry crop, II. O. Cox, who reside $ live miles southwest of the city, neiir Prospect Hills, gave some interesting; statistics. He netted $2(10.05 nil 1!II crates and II boxes of Gold Dollar and Wilson struwberi ies which he harvest ed from Mny to July. The berries ar) a seciind year's growth and were raised l mi one third acre of Oregon soil among ill. R. Jones, Janice Kennedy, Perry j Walcher, Henrietta Bishop, Dona Hart, 'Mrs. M. L. Chamberlain, Francis Bar ibee, Mrs. Loretta May, Mrs. B. W. Wal icher, Mrs. B. C. Kennedy, Mrs. R. K. j Wilson, Mrs. L. 8. Rowland, Rev. F. T. l'orter. Mrs. George Kyre, Mrs. Fred Tlioinj son, and Mrs. Giovi't lielling'er, Mrs. White Althea Moores Ju.iies Crawford, Mr. iwl CniiklinTr 'Murray C. Wheat, Dr. nod Mrs. Del- Ibert Hiirton, Kenneth Moores, Hiucc! William McGilchirst ," '"nieis, iiaipn .vmores, uicnar.i j f f -c j Welborn, Mabel Welbmii I Mr. and Mrs. Jr. and their small son, William N., will leave for NewpOit Monday to pass two weeks with the William MeOil clnist, Sr., at their slimmer cottage. ... ,, . . i lhe obi court on the !iniveisit The marriage of Miss Grace ( ring to pllH is considered public propert i.-tor Swartz will tukc pace at the () fl,,,1I.J,1.illtl.1 ,,v' ,r' f y, Mrs. F. S. Stewart will entertain about 30 friends informally out of doors tonight, in the beautiful oak frrnl-f ftll rroiinilillir her resiilencn nn North Capitol street. Mrs. Stewart has home ot the brides parents, Mr. and asked Mrs. William C. Knighton, Mrs. Mrs. C. W. ( ring, tomorrow morning Harry E. Clay aud Mrs. Bowen to be ut 10 o'clock, Rev. F. T. I'oiter otfi her assistants. : tinting. 1 ... Hon. and Mrs. C. P. Bishop and their '"n ' Roberts, accompanied by his there were no nice bouses with warm Ores for them to lie beside ana get lat ! ts Mr an(1 jrrg Alexander Muir mother, Mrs. Roberts, of Portland, left and become very lazy. People then used to live in caves and erit things I of portiand, are motoring through the today for Newport, making the trip in raw, for it was before they learned to make fires by rubbing dry sticks to- j Tillamook country and will spend part his car. He will spend the week-end gether. Some day I most tell yon aboot that, but that will be another story. 0f their week's outing at the Tillamook with his family at "The Pelican." Mr. "The kittles used to run wild, Just like the people, and they were not pets beaches. lra- (;m" sla'l'' w,l have been because in those days nobody petted anything, it was too bard to make a liv- spending part ot their honeymoon at t tlest things there were, and everybody and everything picked on them I ,r 1 ib? leave for their home in Silveiton. "Now. yon know, children, that when a kitty purs it is a sign that it to; f,'""",!,, The r? of the "- ' happy and contented. But the kitties had no pur in those days. They could bll, 'ow on North Lil)erty Ktrept ' Miss K.lcne Fawk is the guest of her Anla mdir luunnDa thmi tDAm WI mnnrnflll flnil Ufa Vm fill hflrd far thrlD thnt . ..... . . .- . ... ' Mru S..th M lff.rn.ti til Sun' vu. " w "-. . . , ! spienunuv a.iopie.i ior ent"rtaining, --' - ,, , :, ii, i,nk ,. f ih.. i they mewed a great deal, so between mewing when they were mournful and ;were beautiful with a profusion of vnr- Prancisco. Miss lawk will re.nain for ... ,1,1. w'eek for NVwi'. rt Slater, La Honda Pierce, Rev. Roy Gill.j William Walton, Mr. Van Winkle, Paul, PERSONALS Sinythe, Robert lleniiain, Lester Howell, Curtis Cross, Frank Spears, James , Young and Frit. Slade. ' Die old coin ton the university cum-: .ns l.eone .Morse lelt today tor a tv and ; Vlsl'- 111 . "itlaiid, where she was a ior- ynungiM lr ..-...... and amateur players. The ii"W court' ' '''vy, who has rieen the 'aiple and prune trees. lis iilso open to all layers on all days 'guest oi .mis. .v. .m. r.iiKer on .oith, i ituitil four o'clock in' the afternoons,' '-ibeity street since the first of the ' , n..,-, ;with the exception of Saturdays and . mouth, returned this morning to her PRFrAPINli DFFFNSr i,i,aVs ! home in I'uitliiiiil. . I ,Mr. and Mrs. S. Taylor Jones ami. Dr. and M,s. (lavlord Patters,,,,, v. ho ' f"." .U"'vU t,',r "" "'' ,,r,'i are leaving for the Last sii..rt.iv to re-1 toe home of Mrs. . one, ; have been notice I with several ''"' "'" " I "s, . i.ewis, FOR THE COLONEL side farewell attentions. Mr. ami Mrs.1 George G. liiown were hosts at dinner Wednesday ill their honor asking as additional guests Judge ami Mrs. J. C. Morelnnd, Mis. D. W. Matthews, Miss Louise I'atterson. ... Mrs. H. W. Tillson, who 1ms been New York, July 2-". William Van .Mrs. B. II. Znrowitz, of Portland, is i Bouschoti-n, Colonel Roosevelt's law lisiting Mrs. M. A. Pnirish, of this i -v,'r. digging industriously today in city. ; to lhe political record of Chairman Mrs, Arthur Rahn ami Mrs. T. (i. William Barnes, Jr., of the republican Hopkins, of Albany, are visiting at the;",llt" committee. home of the hitter's sister, Mrs. George What lie sought was material for tho Penrce, on North Winter street. i Colonel's defense at the trial of Barnes ' Mr. and Mrs. Geo! trey Winslow and ! "0,ltK libel suit against the ex-prest- Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Kiistin, of Taconui. ;,,,'nl- n was understood Jlan.es' on- . ..... ....... i .. . ..ii. mid ..11. i, Towllnir when tbey were fighting they annoyed the cave people a great deal ieeatcd sweet neas. Reception, livinir. ' the suininer. Mrs. Kerren marriage 1 ; (- . ... " ' . .;. .' . ' motoring to Medloid, are guests at the'1' career was to bo laid bare in tho nnrl had to dodire a ereat manv rocks that the cave Deople threw Bt them. dininir and music rooms were converted wa8 8,1 veM ol lK'"K " L. ,..". ' .Marion. -But there was a kitty whose name was Nogtl. and be changed all this. into a spacious dancing floor, Miss the resilience of her parents, .Mr. and It was by accident Kogli was a very mournful cat with a sad life, and he joeorg.a jjooui, piamste, ami -miss jiary1 v ---- mewed louder than tbe other kittles, to that he was a nuisance, ana tne cave people chased him, hoping to eat him raw. One day be was tired out from being chased, and be Just dropped down in the forest, all petered out, and be melled something right under him. And he smelted and sniffed and smelted, and then be began to roll and roll and roll, and then all of a sudden be found Ida par, and be purred and purred and purred, and tbe other kittles beard biro purring, and they came running, and they all sniffed and rolled and purred, too. and the cave children beard the pairing that wai like thunder, and tbey came running, and then they laughed and laughed and lagged the kittles off to their cares for pets and some of the green stuff, too, the) stuff that mad them par." "Ob, I know." cried Jack; "Nogll found catnlpl" ' "Right T said daddy. "Now be off to bed." Schtiltz. violinist, furnishing the music for the members. ' OMPLl.MKNTl.NG Dr. and Mrs. II Punch was served by small Frankie I D. Kimball, who are leaving short Ar.itiA Ttnkar H.ntinnA.l in A linwer ot ' Mrs. Charles Frceland. . Judge and Mrs. J. ('. Moreiand will leave next Thursday for Hood River to spend their outing on their apple ranch. I hey will be joined by their son,' oiirtroom and that Colonel Roosevelt H. S. Atwood, of .Minneapolis, is reg-1 himself would tell of incidents in it istercd nt the Mario... j oncoming which he had personal Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Yainlle ami two! knowledge through his own association children, of Seattle, on their wav to'Witn New lork polities. Crater Lake, are guests at the Marion. M. W. Walker, proprietor of the Ho tel Heaver, of Independence, was in thc city yesterday attending the fu- YanBoiischten said the colonel was asj anxious us Karnes for an early trial. tv in tiiliA tin thetr rifeiilem.e in flowers formed in the buffet window., California, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Bishop , w- Moreiand, and Ins small son. Those nresent were: Mrs. James were hosts at a 12-rovcr dinner Wed-. " Hoose. Miss Blanche Baker, Miss Leone nesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Fullerton, wbeineral of Mrs. Mclntire, Morse, Miss Georgia Booth, Miss Bcr-i Circling the table which was centered have been enjoying an outing at Nes- W. (i. Weber, of Spooner, Wis., is -iL IC If IT--. .. t: T T I :.L l....... l..Aa... ..rt l.nuL l.l.. L.a.in M.1,1. tr.r 111 ,. r'.i.ti.ld M i 1 1 nr.L...;.l.M.l ... tU.. M .. n nice onim., j.sb iiue xaic, .u.hs i.u.vl win. h ihiki: i"u "h ..nn;i., ,o.i,:u ...... ....,.., ..... u. . . i - iv i . ii ut in,7 .iiuiiuu. Ji f t Jolv. Mrs. E. D. Lew, Miss Mary i with lovely nahtiirtium hlossoms and rive home tomorrow. ! I)r. Alice liancroft was a Portland'! society nd Commercial Sehultz, Miss Frankie Baker, Murray ' greenery, were: Dr. and Mrs. II. D. passenger this morning. I Pllnunf;. Wheat, William Bechtel, C. S. ew- Kimtiall, .lunge ann .virs. nonert r-aain, .uiss .nary it. .nc.uauou, casnier oi aiiss i.eua yiaiiispoi, or the spa store, T Phona 1512, '. --i - x berrv, James Ifoose, 0. B. Higgins, .L' Judge and Mrs. Julius C. Moreiand,' the state insurance ieiartmeiit, left for will leave Monday for a week's visit I Bonn,. 1 i VaffiYn Ttln T G. Wilson, Roy Sparks, H. K. lioxie and Mr. and Mrs. (.'. A. Park and Mr. and Los Angeles today, where she will spend in Portland. i oom8 i-a, -twn loc f Master James Hoose. iMrs. Cbauncey Bishop. ,i two weeks' vacation with relatives.! llert Ii. Abbott, a gimr.i at tlm Sulem 'tittUMMUMtMMHMH? a- :: Beaver StatePrinters I c :... j n