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T1TE MORNING OREGOXIAX, THURSDAY. MARCH
ruiviNG conclusively that
P hockey has given Portland society
more thrills and genuine excite
jncnt than any game ever played here
Vas the hu audience that circled the
glistening field of ice last
the Hippodrome. The game between
the all-stars and Vancouvers was a
spectacular one. and the "fans Baa
nanv opportunities to bubble over with
Soyoiis cheers, at the last game of the
"SiS those viewing the ltln
iames were: Mrs. Helen Ladd Cor
LatT"Majoer and Mrs. James Me . Wood
Jlr. and )l. X. E- Aver, Miss M"Sr"
Aer. Frederick A. Former. Mlsi Wtn
Tifred Huber. Miss tlizabeth Huber
Mrs. K- Gable. Mr. and Mrs. Chester
Murphv, Robert McCrafeen. Mr. and
Mrs. T McHugh, Misa Bessie Davis. .
V Melvin. Mr. and Mrs. Brandt W icker
sliam Mr. and Mrs. Carl JacWson. Mr.
and Mrs. A. Xeopach. Miss
Sllss Mae Hirsch. Harry O. BW.h.
Mr. and Mrs. Dow Walker. Mr. and
31. s. K.H. Savage, of New "t'"8'"'
and Mrs. neri rnci..
C. J. Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Henr
irfn"- mV. TVrarreH K oi,
KunduJtt Lieutenant F. V. Schneider,
of Vancouver Barracks: Mr. and Mis
W E. Grace and Mrs. J- George Keller.
One of the most enjoyable parties of
the season was given Wednesday even
ing bv Kenneth Morrison at his
parents' home in Irvingtoru fancing
was the diversion of the evening and
freshments were servea id.. ,"..
-r- 1- T.notta WalKer. .Ul rtliuo
Florence Westcngard. Virginia Brown
. shv ami Ray Johnson, IJod
Walls, Fred Hickox,
Hovt Brown. Glen
4'.udlipp. Max Schultz,
Jack O'Brien and
the host. ...
The engagement of Miss Regina Lee
Jacobs and Robie Mason Evans was
announced Tuesday at a St. T atrl eki
luncheon given by the 'iV
MSier, Mrs. O. A. Zimmerll, at hei
home in Sumpter. nfh
Miss Jacobs was formerly of Wash
ington. D. C. but for the past year
and- a half has mad her home with
bMissSt Jacobs: fiance is ""'T? f
Maine, and was graduated from Dart
mouth in the class of 1906 and "Sale,
0 Since 1910 he has been con
nected with the United States Forest
.Service in various parts of Oregon and
l now stationed at Sumpter as deputy
supervisor- of the Whitman National
bwedding date has not been set.
The Chapatorian Dramatic Club will
,re6ent the comedy. "Whose Baby Are
You- under the direction of William
T Clarke. The play will be given to
night in the hall on Williams avenue
and Portland boulevard. The cast in
cludes William Clarke. Laurence
ijTrtapette. Dick Clancy. Earl Campbell
if Catherine Clarke and M Nina
leader. The proceeds of the attair
will be used for charitable purposes.
large number of guests and mem
bers attended .the grand Jln"iveJs,ari!'
ball of the Fraternal Brotherhood last
evening given by Portland lf ge No.
-09. The affair was given in the lodge
rooms of the society in the fenS
llirsch block and commemorated the
founding of the organization, which oc
eurred March 17. 1M6.
Among the St. Patrick s day parties
was the dancing and card party given
at the lrvlngton Club last night b
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Mitchell to a
nf the r trienas. i
ilMnnit1 in creen mm
i etlar and nr. oarroaiis ana
Tlowers. A vellow and green beribboned
Maypole decoration was an innova
tion cleverly arranged in the center
of the hall, from which streamers were
stretched to the ceiling. Dancmgwaa
enjoyed till a late hour, when refresh
ments were served.
"Mr and Mrs. A. Nicholas Anderson
are now domiciled in the Gardner
apartments. East Thirteenth and Ash
streets. . .
Mrs F V Drake and daughter. Miss
Mabel Virginia Drake, who have made
their home at Seaside until recently
are in I'ortiana. "-j --"--
of Dr. J. Francis
Drake, 685 Elliott
A charming children's Party
a-iven Saturday afternoon by Mr. and
Edward I. Karr in honor of their
ittri daughter's 11th birthday
Patrick's day was carried j
untrit of M.
. i va ilocnrations
Numerous games were played and prizes
Gladys and GloriaS
Coltinson. Kditn .Moser.
dtela White. Ester Bartosch. Helen
5'lorce. Ellen Maxwell. Rose Kennedy.
Thlippa Sl.nl.. Irene McGrath
Vernon Morris. Harry Karr Andrew
Harris. James Shaver. Donald Curtis.
Corliss Sherman. Rex and le Karr,
Georse Wagdon. Frank W ilson.
Mr and Mrs. I-eo S. Baldauf and
rf.utrnter Jane will arrive today from
Chicago to visit for a short timf wnn
Mrs. Baldaufs parents Mr. and Mrs. S.
Beck 84 North Seventeenth street, en
route to the San Francisco Fair.
The different state societies 6f Ore
gon have t.ken unusual interest in the
first big annual inter-state ball that la
t take place Friday evening at Cotil
lion Hall. This event will be the big
gest get-together-get-acquainted af
fair ever planned by the state societies
and bids fair to be a Jlly party.
Th committee: Frank Hilton. U H.
McCarthy. E. O. Stadter. I M. Standifer.
K. W. Mosher. Dr. A. N. Webster. G.
Alexander. Dr. C. A. Ramsey. Mrs. A. W.
Ha sen. Mrs. M. W. Wyville and L. W.
The jollv MHXixians will give another
nf their pleasant parties at Cotillion
Hall Thursday evening. March IB. In
vitations soon will be mailed. This will
be the club's mid-I-enten party and will
ba strictly invitational.
A. Jollv surprise party was given in
honor of William Brenner at the home
f Miss Ida Elsenstein, 28 Fifth
street. Saturday evening. The guests
were entertained with music, games
and songs. Those present were: Miss
E Rogaway, Miss U Eisenstein. H.
Baxter Gus Fisher. Abe Blond. A.
Goldman. Miss Molly Mazarofsky. Miss
Norma Mavee. Miss C. Miller and Miss
xi. nr1 Vr F. I. Gollehur and
daughter, who recently returned from
Ro-eburs. and who have been visiting
t ih. home of Mrs. Gollehur s sister.
vt. u a .Tubitx. have located for
months at Firmont. Humphrey
.. ) a m Hawkins, of Spokane.
,"..' hr nrcnts Mr. and Mrs. F.
HuotC 1 North Twenty-first street.
it . .imnlc home ceremony In Mra.
: inHnon's Walsworth avenue
. 1 ; v.n k'rini isco. Miss Ethel
fikoech Minot. N. P.. became the bnde
J. K. Mahoney. The bridegroom for
several yeara waa resident of this
it k wee prominent member or
th Mul Lao mail ana euro w
IDEAL WALKING SUIT FOR SOCIETY
A jauntv model of brown velvet Is used for this attractive coat; the
knickers are of whipcord hunting clot h. worn with cape skirt. The serv
iceable little hat is made of ahower-pr oof velveteen. A flannel shirt topped
with stiff linen collar and cravat, gol f stockings and partially waterproofed
iit. th .ttrnctivf. costume. A rucksack, carried easily on the
back, contains nightgown, toilet articles and a few necessities
clubs. Their wedding trip included
Portland, after which they will go to
their Minneapolis home.
Portland society will be interested In
the approaching wedding of CFeorge
Nickel and Miss Ernestine McNear, of
San Francisco, the families of both
being well-known socially in this city.
Mr. Nickel Is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
lroy Nickel, and brother of Miss
Beatrice Nickel, who visited the Careys
and Wrilctxes here last Summer. Miss
McNear is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. George W. McNear. the former
being identified prominently in ship
ping Interests on the coast.
Both families are among the ex
clusive set in San Francisco, and the
wedding will be a brilliant event.
Dr. and Mrs. D. H. Rand entertained
Wdnesdav evening with a dinner at
the Commercial Club, plates being laid
f members of an evening club
ofwhlch they are members. The dec-
iinn. waia miffirHtive vf St. Pat-
rick's day. The members of the club
include Mr. and Mrs. o. M. uiarK, -u.r.
and Mrs. Abe Tichenor. Mr. and Mrs.
Will Lyons. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cal
lan Mr. and Mrs. John Annond, John
H. 'Burgard, H. W. Holden, Dr. and
Yesterday's tea party at the Orpheum
attracted a large and interested gather
ing of men and women. Two charm
lnr women. Bonita. known in private
ife as -Mrs. lw neftmc, 'n,nr l"
iha iriieKts on tne prevalence oi m.
particularly charming custom of after
noon tea at tne tneniera, e)!ub oww
had just returned from Europe, where
the custom is a long-established and
popular one. Mrs. Hyams. whose pro
fessional name is wu" .uunnyio.
nv a .teart to heart talk on the
home live of actors and actresses. She
talked about their travels, experiences.
all off the stage yearning ir rem
home life, the love lavished on their
kiddies, the greatest care being taken
that thev have the finest surroundings
and care" possible. Mr. and Mrs. Hyams
h. a. pharmlrw little daughter of 9
years, who accompanied them on their
trip here six year ago.
R& PERCY V. FEXXIBAk.
president of the General Federa
tion of Women's Clubs, wants all tne
clubwomen in the United States to
know about the General Federation
Council that will be held In Portland in
run inH tn unread enthusiasm regard
ing that great meeting she has sent
her official letter to the S.OOO.OoO mem
bers of the 9000 clubs. Regarding the
r-'nur..n nrt (tn meeting Place, Mrs.
Dear Frtn Ara n you comimr to the
Council In Portland. Orron, the talr city
of roses, tbat will look br st on Juno
fir to welcome uT Please count thU a
personal invitation from th Board or tn
General Federation, and also fr? ,n
women of the entertaining- city. The pro
gramme, with Mra. Grace Julian Clarke,
chairman, promises to reflect the spirit oi
the Northnest. to cnUivale community In
terest, and to rive at least some time rnr
dieciMlon. Since Mrs. Evans, the presi
dent of the Oresron Fedenulen. ts eager
that the personal touch snail not be want
inc there are numerous social a.ralre
planned to brine the visitors and hostesfes
tnaether. The io EipoJitlons and other
delightful trips through th Golden et
will temnt acorea of our women to llneer
jl Summer the peoifle elope. It 1 true
loat ytop.s from other, accuons seea
WOMEN'S HIKES THIS SUMMER
i ,. In lh venrrnnhv of Call
fornla and the Northwest. To prove that
I shall practice what I preach. In this re
gard, you have only to stance at the ro.
Early In Miy I attend the Tennessee
State Federation at Morristown and visit
the mountain schools that are so dear to
the hearts of the Tennessee women. Not
la'er than Mav 7 I start Westward, visit
ing the Exposition at San Diego, stopping
at Los Angeles, arriving at San Francisco
on Mav IT to attend the California State
Federation and officially t call at the
great Panama-Pacific Exposition. After
the Council I hope to attend either state
federations or special-catiea meetings m
Washington, Montana. Wyoming, Idaho,
t-rot. v.r3Hn flnri Alaska. On August 12
I am' engaged to speak at Chautauqua. New
YorK. II necessary i siit-ii sno w
Wont ll th time i:n to that date; All
the Important cities through which we pass
on our my to Portland are ottering royal
hospitality to the club women who pass
throueh or who stop en route. Never has
KAAn an nnnnrtlinitV for the EaSt and
the West and North and South being
brought more closely toRether. I sincerely
hope vou will make your plans to join us
on the Western trip, for none of us can
ver fortret our happy days spent in T.os
Angeles and San Francisco during the Bi
ennials. The Daughters of the Confederacy
will meet this afternoon at 8 o'clock in
the Hotel Portland. A tea In the grill
will follow the programme. full at
tendance is desired.
The silver tea given on Tuesday
.flernnnn in the Vernon community
house was a great success. The funds
derived will be used for charity 'work.
A nrosrramme was lolloweo oy aen
cious refreshments. Mrs. F. Julian.
president of the association, gave a
short talk and an Indorsement of Su
perintendent Alderman was the result.
Mllwaukie Parent-Teacher Associa
wlll meet on Friday afternoon at .1.
o'clock- with the president, Mrs. Bardi
G. gkulason. Milwaukie. important
matters will be discussed and the pres
ident has asked that all members of
the organization and those Interested
will attend. The subject of improve
ments will come up for consideration.
Committees will be appointed. The
membership of this association in
cludes nearly all the leading women
and many of the prominent men in the
locality. " Miss Dayton, of Oate Grove.
Soap should be used very spar
ingly, if at all, if you want to keep
your hair looking. Its best. Most
soaps and prepared shampoos con
tain too much alkali. This dries the
scalp, makes the hair brittle and
The best thing for steady use is
Juat ordinary mulsified cocoanut oil
(which is pure and greaseless). is
cheaper and better than soap or any
thing else you can use.
One or two teaspoonfuls will
cleanse the hair and scalp thorough
ly. Simplv moisten the hair with
water and rub it in. It makes an
abundance of rich, creamy lather,
which rinses out easily, removing
every particle of dust. dirt, dandruff
and excessive oil. The hair dries
guickly and evenly, and It leaves the
scalp soft and the hair fine and
silky, bright, lustrous, fluffy and
easv to manage.
You can get mulsified cocoanut oil
at any pharmacy, and a few ounces
will supply every member 'of the
family for months.
Three Pound Cans
Full Measure, Low Price, Full Strength i
A Double Saving on Golden West
For thirty-two years this superior coffee has
enjoyed an undisputed reputation for superiority 5
in strength, flavor and
West is, today, the best coffee you can
buy at any price. Roasted and
packed in Oregon.
The Oldest aad Largest Coffee
.Roasters in tne
will give a
talk on "Industrial Work.'
Three important club events will
make Friday afternoon of particular
interest. The meetings will be of three
live departments of the Portland
Woman's Club, .and all three will he
in the Women of Woodcraft Hall. At
1:15 the psvchology department will i
meet. With Mrs. C. B. Simmons as
chairman and Mrs. Florence Crawford
as the speaker, who will give an ad
dress on "'Suggestion."
Those whp take an eEpecial interest
in art will meet at 2:15 o'clock and
the literature department will assem
ble at 3:15. Dr. C. II. Chapman will
be the speaker for this last gathering.
His subject will be "English litera
ture as a Factor in Civilisation." Mrs.
J. D. Spencer will preside.
The Rose City Park School will be
the scene of the entertainment to be
given on Friday night for the benefit
of the stereopticon fund of the Fern
wood Parent-Teacher Association.
Multnomah Chapter. Daughters of
the American Revolution, met yester
day at the Museum of Art, Fifth and
Taylor streets. Several important
measures were decided upon, among
which was the appointing of a large
committee under the chairmanship of
MrSi F. S. Stanley, which will work in
connection' with the committee on en
tertainment of the Federation of
Women's Clubs in caring for the 5000
delegates expected in June. The D. A.
R. have had printed 4000 flag codes
which are to be placed in the first-year
school histories. Plans are also laid
for the printing of BOO copies of the
organization's history, prepared by
Mrs. J. Thorburn Ross, historian. In
appreciation of her splendid work on
the old trails committee. Mrs. O. M.
Ash was presented with a beautiful
An interesting talk on "American
Patriotic Art," given by Miss Anna B.
Crocker, curator of the Museum of Art,
followed the business meeting.
"America Is known abroad by her
landscapes, which rank among the fin
est things In art. and it is only
patriotic that the landscape should be
kept as beautiful as Innes or other
great Americans have portrayed It. Un
sightly vacant lots littered with rub
bish and miles of beautiful country
marred by hideous advertising are fre
quent sights In Oregon. It rests with
such patriotic women as the members
of the D. A. R. to help remedy this
.ffct " said Miss Crocker.
Manv reproductions of famous Ameri
can pictures were shown. Following
the meeting the members adjourned to
the gallery, where several paintings by
modern Americans are on eimuuion,
The members of the Unitarian Alli
ance enjoyed a comprehensive and ir-ti.rEtiniz-
lecture on "Modern Art" at
the regular all-day meeting of the or
ganization held yesterday in the Uni
tarian chaoel. The speaker was Mrs.
H C, Wortman, whose advantages of
travel and intimate knowledge, under
standing and appreciation of her sub
ifft made her address of more than
passing value. Stereopticon slides of
many of the most famous examples of
the various stages or aeveiopment oi
modern art added realism to Mrs.
W6rtman's delightful talk.
Of the cubists she said thafc time may
bring an appreciation of their work,
as it has of the Impressionists.
The reproduction of Millet's "Glean
ers" was one of the most attractive
pictures shown, and in it the speaker
called special attention to the rytnm
i ft .
. Will fjmrsKI
Rarcnln Mht EverT Nieht Balanc. uf
the Eteaeon. ADMISSION
Ladira' Hkutes for Rent. ISe.
Naupa A- Petersen have opened up a
Flower store at J5- tiUd street, opposite
Good Samaritan HOFpltal and wouid be
pleased to jret your patronage. Artistic
Floral Desiffris a specially, t.'ut Flowers
and Pot PIriHb. Gardens and Lawns
fixed and kept in order. Window boxen
and basket, filled at reasonable cost.
Phone Your Order. MARSHALL 2386.
noted in the figures of the women and
in the whole treatment of the picture.
That Millet saw beauty in labor was
a point that was brought out. Exam
ples of the work of Raphael, Rem
brandt and many others as well known
were shown, and their relation to the
development of tendencies that have
become a part of the modern art were
Mrs. J. B. Comslock, president of the
Alliance, presided, and Rev. W. G. Eliot,
Jr., assisted Mrs. Wortman with the
The Lavender Club will meet today
in the committee room of Peninsula
Park field house. This club was or
ganized to provide a social time for
elderly women. All women more than
50 years of age are cordially invited.
There will be h meeting of Lavender
Club No. 2 Friday at 2 P. M. in the
F.ast Side Branch Library, corner East
Tenth and Fast Alder streets. All
women more than 50 years of age who
are interested are invited.
WAR LECTURE SCHEDULED
Hope tor Jcwisli Kace Predicted In
"The European War" will be dis
cussed by Louis Michel, Jewish Na
tionalist, in an address at Willamette
Hall in Oregon City Monday, March
22. at 8 P. M. Mr. Michel, who was born
in Germany, but has lived in America
for 30 years, predicts that uermany
will be victorious in the present war.
He predicts also that the way back to
Palestine will be opened up to the Jews
by the victory of the Germans.
Mr. Michel will arrange for an ad
dress In Portland later.
POSTAL RECEIPTS GAIN
First Half or Month Shows Increase
of $528 Over Last Year.
Postal receipts for the first half of
the current month show a decided gain
over the same period of last year. An
increase of S52S.85 for the first 15 days
of March was reported yesterday by
Receipts for the first half of March
this year are 150,428.53, as against ?49,-
899.68 for the like period of 1914. It
is believed the favorable showing so
far made will increase as the month
advances and that the Spring will regis
ter good gains over former years.
Demosant' removes hair. All druggists 2So
to mar its amber clearness. We've
never used a coffee at the price
that percolates so well!"
Steel Cut Coffee 30c
insures a delicious cup whether you per
colate or boil it. The first steel-cut coffee,
in air-tight tins, to sell at 30c.
Auk YOUR Grocer for C-A .
30c 3 lbs. 85c
Sir William Crookes has per- j
fected a clear lens that is a
boon to sufferers from strong
light and heat supplants
black, blue and green glasses
and does not affect the natural
color of objects. Inspection
Crookes lenses are the scientific wonder of
the age; they are ground from the now
famous Crookes glass, which possesses the
properties of colored glasses but are appar
ently as clear as white lenses. Crookes lenses
shut out strong light and heat without chang
ing the color of objects or affecting the nat
g'Ji'l,!A&'JJkMr" int"iiiiiii'riiiiin ni j
under all State and National Pure
Food Laws. You can pay a
higher price, but you cannot get
a baking powder that will raise
nicer, lighter biscuits, cakes and
pastry, or that is any more
Your money back if K C fails to
please you. Try a can at our risk.
Let Your Sore, Swollen, Aching
Feet Spread Out in a Bath
Just take your shoes off and then
nut iimu nrearv. shoe-crinkled, aching,
burning, corn-pestered, bunion-tortured
feet of yours in a -us uam.
toes will wriggle with Joy: they'll look
up at you and almost talk and then
... . . . i i i i.. , U .. , "Tl 7 '
they 11 take anoiner uio
When your feet feel like lumps of
nil tirrt out lUSt try lit. im
rMni1 it. irlnrious. Your feet will
dance with joy; also you will find all
nain rone from corns, callouses ana
There's nothing like "TIZ." It's the
only remedy that draws out all the
noisortoua exudations which puff up
voiir feet and cause foot tortura.
Get a 25-cent box of "TIZ" at any
druir or department store don't wait.
Ah! how clad vour feet get: how com
fortable your Fhoes feel. You can wear
shoes a sire smaller If you desire.
ff53 "Just couldn't
Cjtr wait to take
my bat off I
Lang & Co.
The "Royal Club" Home
viion lens Torlo
lenp. K v e r 1 o r I
eve rythlng meri
torious In opticul
Boods. The larg
fxt optical hou.
In Oregon. Any
lens In minute.".
1 1.. sixth si., r.i i.
Alilcr Mm risor.
"BOBS" IIKR HAIR
A famous danrer recoully slarlled
New York by Introducing "bolibeil"
hair. The fashion will hardly bei-niii
popular wllh people who admire
beauty rather than novelty. Hcautiful
hair will continue to bo woman's most
prized crown, and the hair which gets
the best care will alwaya be the most
beautiful. In wanhlng the hair it I
not advisable to use a makorhlft, but
always use a preparation made for
shsmoooing only. You can enjoy the
bent that Is known for ahmit three
cents a shampoo by gelling a package
of cantlirox from your druggist: dl
solve a teaspoonful In a cuji of hot
water and your shninpoo Is ready.
After its use the hair dries rapidly,
with uniform color. Dandruff, excess
oil and dirt are dissolved and entirely
disappear. Your hair will lie so fluffy
that It will look much heavier than It
is. Us lustre and softness will also
delight you, while the stimulated
scalp Rains the health which Insures
hair growth. Adv.
Home Face Peeling
No complexion treatment yet discov
ered seems to have become no aenerall
and so Immediately popular us the nici -colized
wax process. Evidently the res
son Is that this method actually
rid of a bad complexion, nhich
hardlv be paid of any other. To tem
porarily hide or hliacli the defence
skin with coMineticH cannot i-onipsie
with the effect of literally removing
the skin itself. Merrollaed wax lake
off the offending nurfare skin lit flour
like particles, a little at a time, until'
there's none of It left. The new com
plexion thus produced exhibits a healthy
giow and glrlUh beauty obtHinaiilo l
no other way. This wax, which "u
can get at vour druggist.', in applied
at night in the same way you u.-e old
cream, and washed off next mornlno.
Here is one thing that ai tuully de
remove wrinkles, remove them quickly,
and at trifling cost: Powdered saxollie,
1 oz.. dissolved in '-j pt. wllih hazel.
I'se as a face hath. Adv. '
I HEAD STUFFED FROM
CATftRBH OR A COLD $
T Sas Cream Applied in Nontrils
Z Opens Air Passages tight L'p. I
SJ ' rTTTTTTf TTTTTTTTTTTTTT?
Instant relief no wmi.nk.
ctogsed nostrils open right m; ine lr
nsnuura of your hed clear and on
can tuealhe freely. No more hswklna.
snuffing, blowing, hrada.-he, dryness.
No stnuiBlliig for breath at muni: vour
cold or catarrh disappear"-
Vict a small bottle of lily's frosm
rialm from your druga'st now. Ai-i.ly
little of this fit.rsni. mitise.ir.
healing cream In your nosirlls. It nn.
urates llnoueh ever sir ia4n t.f
the heart, mollies the liiUUmed or swol
len mucous membrane and r-lirf cum J
'"itVjust Ton ' fiUy ufr'l-P
wit, a cold or nasly catarrh. Adv.
1 PUREOIlve Oil my bo I
1 compared to PURE Milk. R
1 And POMPEIAN OLIVE
OIL may b compared to I
CERTIFIED MILK. It Is
n more than pure. It is 1
C select. I
E Full Measure Tina U
POMPEIAN COMPANY flj
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