THE SUNDAY OREGOfflAN, PORTLAND, SEPTEMBER 21, 1902. 21
frcm their 'home in Southern Oregon Fri-
"NTCWJO AT? CnrTDTr continued day.
Misses Xsabelle and Pearl Grover re-
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by Mr. Potwine, who took the opportunity Ing's train for Eugene, where he goes to
of telling some of the early history of enter the State University.
turned Tuesday from their outing at
Miss Estellc Redmond returned to Port-
land Monday after a six weeks' visit at her
home In this city.
JM Baker Theater
the church. Telegrams of congratulations Ralph Stackpole left for San Francisco Phones: Ore., North 1076 GEO. L. BAKER,
from the bishop of Oregon and friends of Friday, where he will continue his studies Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Irvine went to Inde-
the parish were received and read to the at the Hopkins Art Institute. pendence Wednesday to attend the funeral , Columbia 506 Manager.
company by T. G. Halley. Dainty re- Mrs. G. W. of Mrs. Irvine's brother.
freshments were served by the young returned from Donnel and daughters have
Ashland, Vhere they have Miss Wlnnlo Gilbert, of Corvallla, visit-
ladies of the St. Agnes Guild. ed in this city a few days last week. She
been visiting relatives and. friends.
Miss Ethel Palmer departed Friday
evening for Eugene, where she goes to
Attorney John W. Loder and bride will begin her studies at the university.
left Friday for Everett, Wash.
Miss Ida Griffin, of Portland, and Miss
Stella Boscow, of Hfllsboro, spent Sunday
ONE WEEK, STARTING THIS
SUNDAY AFTERNOON, CCHT
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be at home after October 1. Some 80 Granfe Pass people are at- and Monday in this city, the guests of
Tudge and Mrs. T. F. Cowing left Mon- tending the Southern Oregon encampment Misses Eva and Maude Hembree. AUGUSTIN DALY'S BRIGHTEST
day for a three months' trip in Eastern of the G. A. R. at Gold Hill this week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Clevenger left Mon- ,
Mrs. II. Ii. Kelly and Miss Amy Kelly day morning for Tacoma to attend the Miss Ruth Fllnn is visiting friends in
have returned from a few weeks' sojourn annual session of the Northwest Photog- Salem. CHARLES WYNGATE.
at Seaview. raphers' Association. Mrs. L. O. Ccates is visiting friends in CATHERINE COUXTISS.
Miss Marjorle Caufield and Miss Doro- Mrs. J. L. Gault- has returned home Prineville.
thy Davles returned Saturday from a few from Portland, where she has been for Carl Cooley, of Brownsville, is visiting
days' visit with Salem friends.
the past three weeks. Her father, W. S. friends in this city.
Miss Gertrude Moores and Merrill Consor, of Portland, accompanied her Mr. and Mrs. Loper, of Indianola, la.,
Moores left Wednesday for Corvallls and home, and has been spending the week are visiting Rev. and Mrs. Whiter-- "
will attend the State Agricultural Col- in this city with Mr. and Mrs. Gault. MIs3 Lena Miller has returned from a
lege. three weeks' visit with Eugene friends.
Emery and.Trafton Dye and William B. The Dalles. Miss Therese Baumgart has returned, for
Shlveley, Jr., left this week for Forest Miss Alta Taylor left here Monday for a several weeks' visit with Portland
Grove to resume their studies at Pacific her home at Macleay. friends.
University. Mrs. Fred Fisher and Miss Fisher vis-
Mayor G. B. Dlmmlck, Dr. M. C. Strick- Mr. Foster Gibson, of Portland, is in
ited Portland during the week. this city the guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. A.
land, Chauncey Ramsby and Jack Cau- Miss Mable of San Francisco, Young. PRESENTED BY THE
field wero among the visitors at the State is visiting her Sterling, in this city.
Fair this week. Miss Mattle Parton, of San Jose, Cal.,
Mrs. E. S. Wasco, has been"! Is visiting In this city the guest of Miss
Mrs. T. A. Pope, Miss Laura Pope, and visiting Miss Cattron, of the last week.
Mrs. Franklin T. Griffith and daughter Patterson Anna Fllnn.
returned Thursday from Tioga, where guest of Mrs. B. S. of Prineville, in the
they have been spending the Summer.
Miss Maysle Foster, accompanied byher
Bister, arrived xTiaay xronx Astoria, xney
Mrs. Fred Wilson,
Dr. Ainslce, cf Portlands was the guest
Miss Lena Thompson arrived home this of Corvallis friends Sunday.
BSSsfflBBtsSBiBSSSBSSBSBSKL INEILL STOCK CO.
will reside in Oregon City this Winter. week from, a visit to Miss Annie xWentx, Miss Edna Irvine has gone to Boston to
Miss Foster has a position In the city in Portland. enter Emerson College of Oratory. PRODUCED UNDER THE STAGE
schools. Dr. and Mrs. G. C. Eshelman expect Mrs. Proebstol, of Portland, arrived
to leave The Dalles today for their new BSSBBSMsSSBBSSM DIRECTION OF ROBERT MORRIS
home in Salem. Monday, and Is domiciled In Corvallls for
Boiebnrs, Miss Julia NIckelson returned Wednes- the college year, while two sons attend
Mrs. R. E. Menson, of Seattle, is visit- day from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Herry college.
ing her mother, Mrs. Hoover, who is quite Grubb, at Umatilla. Mr. and Mrs. Huston, Mr. and Mrs. L. PRICES: Evening, 15c,.25c, 35c and 50c.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cram, of Hood F. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. wereC. among andR:
tbfi Matinee, 10c, 15c and 25c.
Willlo Curry left Monday for Portland, River, arrived here Tuesday, and have Miss Bessie Danneman
where he win resume hi3 studies at Hill's been the guests of Mrs. E. C. French. Corvallisltes at the State Fair.
Academy. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mays, of Antelope, MATINEES SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
Mrs. Walter Cochran and daughter re- are in tho city, and expect to leave short- Dallas. ELSIE ESMOND.
turned Tuesday from a visit with relatives ly for their new home in Edmonton, Can- G. C. L. Srjyder, of Salem, visited his "WILLIAM BERNARD.
In Portland. ada. uncle, C. G. Ooad, Sunday.
Mrs. Isador Wallenberg took her son
Ralph to Portland, where- he will attend spent the past two weeks with her sis- - after visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Koser
Kill's Military Academy.
Miss Pearl Cook, of Portland, who has Miss Ada Sutmcyer, of Pittsburg, Pa., WEEK STARTING.
LUl 1 DCOTTVTr HTD
Mrs. J. W. Hamilton, accompanied her
daughter. Miss Ruth, to Portland, where
she will enter St. Helen's HalL
Miss Bessie Luckey, after a visit with
her aunt, Mrs. Sam W. Vanzlll, has re-
turned to her homo in Portland.
Mrs. George Brown, after a visit with
MANAGER MARQUAM GRAND THEATER CALVIN HEILIG
her daughter, Mrs. Paul Vanscoy. has
left for her home at Eagle Point.
Cole E. Stanton left Saturday for Cam- SECOND AND FAREWELL WEEK OF
bridge, Mass., where he goes to take up
post graduate work leading to a Ph. D.
I and The Incomparable
MR. JAMES Ell
Miss Francis Abernethy, of Dora, Coos
County, after a visit with Mrs. J. W.
Hamilton, has gone to Forest Grovo to
enter the university there. Neill Company
Mrs. F. A. Beckwlth. of Portland, is
j BEGINNING 7SONPKY, . SEFTE7BTBEF2 S2
visiting her brother, W. II. Allott, of this Presenting the most varied and brilliant repertoire ever offered by any dramatic organization the history of the Portland stage.
A pretty home wedding was celebrated
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Brad- Monday, Tuesday Nigh ts and Saturday Wednesday Night Friday Night
ley Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock,
when Miss May Banqulst, of this city, Matinee A BACHELOR'S ROMANCE mA . GILDED FOOL,
was married to John E. Anderson, of the Farewell Time.
Columbia mine. Rev. George T. Ellis, First production here of Edward E. Rose's Nat Goodwin's big success.
of the Baptist Church, officiated. Quite dramatization of Stanley Weyman's great
a number of the friends and relatives of romantic novel. Thursday Night Saturday Night
the bride and groom were present and an
HON. JOHN GRIGSBY
elegant wedding breakfast was served.
Elmer A. Clark, of "Vale, Malheur Coun-v- .
ty, and Miss Leila Prlvett, of this city,
MR. A!?D MRS. GEORGE W. CALDWELL.
Under the Red Robe Sol Smith Russell's last and beet comedy
THE LOTTERY OF LOVE
Augustln Daly's brilliant farcical play.
were married at the home of the bride's
mother, Mrs. W. R. Prlvett, Wednesday T
ter, Mrs. W. L. Bradshaw, in this city, for the past three months, has gone to Produced with all of the original scenery and effects that characterized this attraction's unprecedented run of 20 weeks in San Francisco.
morning, at 10 o'clock. Only a few inti-
mate friends and relatives were present. returned Thursday to her home. Salem, to pursue her music studies during T
Miss Nettle Anderson has returned from the Winter.
Miss lone Dossett was the bridesmaid,
and E. M. Clark, brother of the groom, several weeks' visit to friends in the Mr. and, Mrs. Wilbur Cook, of McMnn-vlll- e,
Evenlnji Prices $1.00, 75c, 50c, 35cv 25c. Matinee Prices 75c, 50c, 25c. Seats are now selling for entire week.
acted as best man. An elegant wedding Willamette Valley. visited Dallas relatives over Sunda-
breakfast was served immediately after y-Rev.
the ceremony. Mr. and- Mrs. Clark left Forest Grove. William Elliott and family, of Win- a guest of Mrs. W. L. Tooze Thursday Leola, art ln O.'acoma, visiting with
on the noon train for Boise for a. brief Miss Harriet Yoder ha3 returned to at- nipeg, Manitoba, visited parents In and Friday. friends.
wedding trip. Miss Prlvett Is the daugh- tend Pacific University. this city during the week. Wednesday Mrs. W. E. Finzer and little son re- Hon. Clark and wife will POPULAR WITH THE PEOPLE
ter of the late R. W. Prlvett. Mr. Clark Mrs. J. S. Buxton and daughter, Miss they left for San Francisco, from where, turned Tuesday from a few days' visit leave soon for their new home ln Los
is the cashier of the First National Bank they will sail for Hiroshima, Japan, where with relatives Jn Portland. Angeles.
of Yale, where he and his bride will
Jessie, have returned from Newport.
Miss Lizzie Armstrong has returned
from Newport, where she has been for five
Rev. Elliott will hold the chair of Eng-
lish In the Normal School. Independence.
Claud Pengra, of Shasta, Cal., Is visit-
The Washington State Press Association
will be entertained by the local press
during irult Fair week.
Astoria. Mrs. A. U. Marsh departed for Orovllle, Hlllsboro. ing friends in town. Miss Grace Lyems, who spent her vaca- JOHN F. CORDRAY, Manager
Mrs. W. F. McGregor and children have Cal., Thursday after a three months' visit M. M. Bridges, of Portland, was in town P. J. Dickinson, who Is confined in a tion with her pe.rents In this city, has re-
returned from Seaside. with the family of F. S. Barnes. Thursday. Salem hospital with blood poisoning, is turned to school in Portland.
Hon. John Fox has returned." from an
Miss Mary Hope Chase arrived here last Mrs. C. Koch has returned from an ex- improving. Mrs. Eugene H. Boyer gave a pleasant
extended trip to Alaska. Monday. She will be instructor in instru- tended visit In San Francisco. Oris Robertson and family returned lawn social at her home Thursday for the
Miss Nellie Barker has gone to Tacoma Captain William Bell, of Nahcotta, Thursday to Fossil, Or., having been here benefit of St. Paul's new church.
to resume her studies at the Annie Wright mental music the coming year In the Pa-
Mrs. Charles W. Holmes and son have
gone to Portland and Salem for a few
J. D. Smith, of Dayton, Wash., after
a short islt here, departed Monday - via
Tacoma and Victoria, accompanied bj- his
Wash., visited with his sister, Mrs. D. R. several weeks.
Campbell. Miss Maud Patterson left Saturday for
Mrs. C. H. Blanchard, of Lelsyvllle, has North Yakima, Wash., where she will
returned from a Summer's visit to Lewls-vlll- spend the Winter.
Miss Nettle Burr and Miss D. V. Olsen
have gone East and will enter the musi-
cal department of Oberlin College, at
COMMENCING SUNDAY EVEN'G, SEPTEMBER 21
mother, Mrs. Ellas Smith, for his home. 111. Miss Virginia Deaton, after a week's The local lodge of Y. M. I. Is making
Miss Jessie .Sands has gone to Lakeview, Major S. J. Anthony, a mining capitalist visit with friends here, returned to her final preparations for entertaining dele- AND SATURDAY MATINEE
Miss Mary, a daughter of Jaines S. gates to the sixth annual session of the .
Or., where she will teach school the com-
Clarke, will be wedded today, September of Denver, was the guest of his sister, Mrs. home in lone. Or. '
ing Winter. 21, to Mr. Mayno Abbott, at the home of "W. D. Hare, Thursday. state organizations during Fruit Fair
Mrs. Frank Parker entertained, a large
the bride's parents, at Forest Grove, Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Connell, of Port- WASHINGTON. week. The Ever Successful and Always
number of her friends with .& tea Wednes- B. D. Crocker, collector of customs for Welcome Comedy-Dram- a
day afternoon. Daniel Staver officiating. The groom Is a
prominent Jeweler here, and the bride is
land, were guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. D.
Wood tho first of the week. WallaTwalla. - tho district of Washington and Alaska,
Miss Caroline Young entertained th a teacher in the Forest Grove public Mrs. A. Goodman has returned from a was ln the city during the week making"
Thursday Afternoon Club this week at her trip to Toronto, Canada. arrangements to move his family to
home in Upper Astoria. Miss Nellie Muncy, of Dayton, is visit-
Miss Lottie Bennett entertained, a num- Mrs. S. M. Poorman visited Salem Tues- ing with Mrs. E. R. Collins.
ber of her friends et the beach the last McHlnnville. day.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Spencer spent last Miss Harriet Ankeny returned to St. Chehalla.
week. Among those who enjoyed Miss Mrs. F. W. Settlemler went to Salem Helen's Hall during the week.
Bennett's hospitality were: Mrs. Dayton week in Salem. Thursday. J, T. Browning Is visiting his daughter,
Moffatt has gone to Salem,
P. L. Kennedy and family are camped MaasV-t- Edith
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fink returned from Miss Mrs. Burnham. at Boise City, Idaho.
Mrs. Thing, the Misses Cole, Crang, Hell-bor-
attend the Normal school.
Tallant, Elmore, Fox, Wood and Newport Tuesday. at the State Fair. R. C. Powrs, the new principal of tho
Gilbert; Messrs. Thornton, McLean, Paget, Miss LaVern Fenton returned Monday Miss Sara Wlnans has gone to Portland high school, arrived this week from Nor-
Mrs. B. F. McKeo visited relatives. In and will resume her studies at St. Helen's folk, Neb.
Lewis, Bell, Greenough and Captain from a two weeks' visit in Monmouth. Portland the early part of the week. Half.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank WIsecarver arrived Mrs. J. W. McGregor, of Portland, was Mr. and Mrs. James Hendrlcksen and IN
Mrs. W. EL Young and daughter, Miss Allck Frank have returned overland from
Mrs. J. A. Whitman visited friends in Miss Anna Koontz hasgone to Ellens-bur- g,
Ashland several days this week. where sho will spend the year at
Mrs. Ralph Jennings, of Ashland, vis- CELEBRATED THEIR GOLDEN WEDDING the State Normal School.
ited her sister, Mrs. Ranee Rouse, several Mrs. B. F. Corbln arrived this week
days this week. from California, where she has been for
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Keen left Sunday six months past visiting a son.
for a 10 days' trip with friends at Sly Mr. and Mrs. William Bond have re-
and Klamath Falls. turned to Chehalla from Tacoma and will
Mrs. M. Walker, of Ashland, spent sev- again reside in this city.
eral days this week visiting her daugh- Dewltt C. Welton, of Cheballs, and Miss
ter, Mrs. H. C. Mackey. Grace M. Bunn. of Centralla, were mar-
Mrs. Ed Weston and daughter, of ried ln "Vancouver Wednesday of last
Grant's Pass, arrived Thursday to visit week by Rev. Dr. Todd, of the Methodist
her sister, Mrs. Dr. J. G. Gobi several Church. Mr. and Mrs. Welton will live In
Miss Grace Chagnon, of Wlnnemucca, Miss Llberta Brown started today for
Nev., who has been visiting her uncle New York, where she will attend Colum-
and aunt several weeks, returned home bia College this year. Miss Florence Coff-m- an
Sunday. and Miss Ethelin Coffman accompa-
nied Miss Brown and will attend a young
Rev. Darby and Matthew Ish left Tues- ladles' seminary at Gamblers, O. Mlsa 7
day for Corvallis, where they will attend Blanche Henderson, who made the fourth
a conference of the M. E. Church, South, member f the party, will spend the Win-
The Scenes Include BAD G E RS'
this week. ter In Chicago at a musical conservatory.
S. D. Hardesty and daughter, Mrs. E. BLACKWELL'S ISLAND RENDEZVOUS
W. Tubbs, of Santa Rosa, Cal., arrived ....AT NlGHT.nT
recently to visit his daughter, Mrs, A. L. Centralla.
Elsenhart, and family. Mrs. Bowers and Miss Edna, of Bolst-for- t, :
visited Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bar
Ashland. this week. MADISON SQUARE By moonlight, with practical
Miss Nettle- - Wlngard returned from her steam launch rowboats and
Professor L E. Vinlng leaves for New vacation at Seattle, Vancouver and other NEW YORK. other water craft.
Tork Saturday. places, Sunday.
Miss Mary Silsby has gons to ,Cottage Miss Bernice Shepard, Mr. Jay KIngsley
Grovo for an extended visit. and Mr. and Mrs. Fuller Nudd drove to -
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Hedberg have gone Olympia. Thursday. The Most Interesting Story of New York
to Sacramento for a brief visit Mrs. George Dysart, accompanied by her
Life Ever Written. A Play for the Women
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Davis have returned children have been visiting friends In end Children. A Complete Production....
after an absence of several weeks. Portland this week.
Mrs. Frank Dickey has returned from Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Reynolds returned Ladies' and Children's Matinee Saturday at 2:00 o'clock.
her outing at Portland and Seaside. from Seattle Wednesday. They were ac-
Russell Pierce and wife, of San Fran- MR. AND MnS. C. F.
ItAY, OF MARION COUNTY. companied by their daughter. Vera. Evening Prices, 25c, 50c. Matinee Prices, to any part of
cisco, are visiting their aunt, Mrs. W. M. Mrs. Turner, a cousin of Mrs. H. L. the house, 25c; Children, 10c.
Mclntire. versary of Mp,l!.C?b?r and,Mrs- - F. Ray. honored pioneers of this state, celebrated the 50th anni-
having spoken their nuptial vows September 15, 1852, Mead and Miss Chester, a kindergarten
Miss Rosa Dodge leaves for Eugene to Mr. Ray teacher in the public schoolB of Chicago,
enter upon her second year in the Uni- out the fen lVbe m'
and at once established the first stage line in the Territory of Ogon, brlngln?
ever brought to the Northwest. He continued In that are visiting Mrs. H. L. Mead.
versity of Oregon. Stage Company assumed the entire route from San Francisco to Portland, since which tlml until the T engaged Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holmes and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Brown, of Salem, he has beer and Mrs. Charles Hodge, of Tacoma, were
have returned to their home after a pleas-
ant visit with relatives and friends.
JSarKn 3ufty.awher"hneownr;iaS, "
produftlve farm at the own as Ray's Landing. In ln town over Sunday, the guests of Mr. NEXT ATTRACTIONS
Mrs. William Oeschger, who has been
visiting her brother. Professor R. A. Hop-
of iS.S.w being
CTOS,Ged the plaln8 to reson wItn hcr Parents ln
drowned while crossing Snake
happy parents of 12 children, the youngest of whom Is 23 years of age. nearlyRiver. of Mr. and Mrs.present are the
and Mrs. J. Fltzslmmons.
A Visit to Washington on a Keir
Three nights, commencing Sunday Evening, September 28
kins, and family, departed for VIncennes reunion. The names-o- them being
their children are: Mrs. J. A. Holmes, of Portland: Mrs. J. J. Coyle. of St Paul. Or at the YbrJc Trip
during the week. MR
J Seat,M;.MKrS- - V' Short- - of prtland; Mrs. E. J. Wilkinson, of Portland: w7m. Ray of
St. Paul. On: W..W. Ray. of Prineville; Mrs. M. Cj Harrison, Sxn Francisco; Dr. j. T. Ray.
May be made on' excursion tlpkcts from
Chicago to be sold via Pennsylvania lines
Grant's. Pass. a D. Ray, Portland; Mrs. M. Hayes. St Paul. Or.; Guy Ray, St Paul.' Lewton. Idaho;
Mr. and Mrs; .Ray were the recipients of many handsome and costly presents, and say they Intend to
October 3. 4. 5 and 6. On those dates
Four nights, commencing Wednesday Evening, October 1, and
S. B. Ross and family have arrived in live round trip Chicago to New York will cost Saturday Matinee
Grant's Pass from Centralla, Wash., and celbrate th?Ir diamond wedding. Mr. Ray recently celebrated his 72d
New York. Mrs. Ray was born In .Nottingham, EnglancUand will soon be 67years old. birthday, being a naUve of
$25 85 via Fort Wayne route, or 523 30 via
will locate in this city. Pan Handle route, gocd to return until MCCARTHY'S MISHAPS.
Carl McCroskey left on Friday even- - October 14. Address F. N. Kollock, Pass-
enger Agent, Portland, O.