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THE MORNING OREGOXIAN. TUESDAY, MAT 4, 1915.
AN atmosphere of romance sur
rounds the engagement of Miss
Bertha. Relnsteln to John Lee
Jacobs, the news being made known
yesterday when the bride-elect asked
about It close friends to an informal
luncheon and sewing bee. The table
was exquisitely appointed. Ions
streamers of pink ribbons leading; to
each plate from a mound of pink blos
soms having; tiny cards attached an
nouncing the engagement.
Miss Relnsteln is a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Keinstcin, of this
city, a graduate of Lincoln High School.
later attending the University of Cali
fornia, where she majored In English
and music. Miss Itelnstein is popular
in her set and is also a favorite in so
rority circles In California.
Mr. Jacobs is a son of Mr. and. Mrs.
Isador Jacobs, of San Francisco, a.
nephew of Oscar Straus. ex-Ambassador
to Turkey, and nephew of Nathan
Straus, New York's well-known phil
anthropist. Mr. Jacobs likewise, is a
graduate of the University of Califor
nia, where his courtship began, and he
is now Interested in the California
tanneries Company, of Ban Francisco.
The wedding will be an event of the
On Sunday, May Mr. and Mrs.
Itelnstein and Miss Ketnstetn will hold
a reception at their home, til Overton
street, from 3 to 6 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. L, II. Pauley announce
the engagement of their daughter. Lin
ra I Pauley, to Italph A. Smith, of
Auburn, Wash. MUs Pauley Is a
graduate of the Vnlverslty of 'Wash
ington and a. member of the Alpha Chi
Mr. Smith is a young business man
of Auburn, Wash., and a member of
the Alpha Tau Omega f raternity of the
Vnlverslty of Washington.
Henry A. Harrer and Myrtle May
Wortnen were married Thursday at
607 Hudson street, St. Johns, at the
residence of Rev. G. W. Nelson, the of
ficiating clergyman. Mr., and Mrs.
Charles E. Andrew attended the couple.
Mr. Harrer has lived in Oregon for
the past eseven years, during which
time he was employed by the O.-W. R.
& N. Company. He Is now a member
of the rlrra of Andrew Harrer Company.
The bride is a daughter f A. M. Wor
tben, 146Vi Killingsworth avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrer will make their
home in the Emerson apartments.
The Tuesday Afternoon Club Is work,
lnc; faithfully to make their card partj
and musical on Saturday afternoon a
huge success. The affair will take
place at 2 o'clock at the Irvington Club
and Is planned to raise funds to assist
In the entertainment of the Federated
Council, which meets here In June.
Preceding the card rarty a splendid
musical programme will be given, after
which bridge and 500 will be played.
Reservations for tables may be made
by telephoning Mrs. G. A. Johnson, Mar
The Rose City ParK Club will enter
tain the young people of the club and
their friends with a dancing party Fri
day evening at 8 o'clock. A committee
consisting of Miss Laura Shay. Miss
Iavelle Archambeau, Miss , Lenore
Blaesing, -Ian Lewis and Donald Fre
naughty will have charge of arrange
ments. An afternoon party will be
given for the smalller children later in
the month. These parties are in charge
of, Mrs. C. C. Shay, chairman of the
children's entertainment committee.
Mrs. Carl E. Hall, of 1125 Hassalo
street, will entertain this afternoon
with a 500 party, followed by tea. In
honorof Mrs. George Coover, who will
leave soon for California.
'Mr. and Mrs. John A. Jenntngs are
being showered with congratulations
upon the birth, of a daughter, who ar
rived April 24.
MlssJocelyn Foulkes entertained the
seniors of St. Helen's Hall in honor of
Miss rorothy Condon, with an informal
tea on Saturday. She was assisted bv
Miss Clara Teal and Mr. Effinger. The
members of the class are the Misses
Margaret Piatt, Alice Dabney, Martha
Hoyt. Myla Chambers, Alma Houser,
Margaret Welch, Ina Boatman. Beatrice
Thurston. Kthel Waite. Jean Maefar
Jane. Amy Robinson. Anna Boynton,
JOvclina Magruder and Dorothy Con
don. Th T .a AlmmAa -D-u . . .
i-i : . t, M v-iuD met
Thursday evening with Miss Mabelle
j. mu iM.nne wojiins at the bora
Of the lattnr In Trvinri .j - - ,
rlanclns: were enjoyed, card honors
falllnnn e n.rt it m . . . .
iu iiBS marguerite Folltzsch
jamu jjaugnerty. Those present
fere Mm Honvoa x . . . .
- " r -wHimwi, WITH. Arcnis
an Cleve. Misse Marguerite Polltzsch
And MabellA Ttnlmuo u.i . . v
Gladys Maoe, Metha Nichols. Agnes
Abers. Helen Hogan, Grace Collins and
Messrs. Dr. George Hoffman. Dr. Archie
"Van Cleve, Leon Robertson. Mr. Gebble.
Oscar Spield, Rex Campbell. Dan Ho
gan, James Dougherty, Harry Collins
and Donald Bourne.
Marshall Darrach fascinated the
audience that filled the parlors of the
Hotel Portland yesterday to hear htm
recite "The Tempest" Not only was
there a smart and appreciative gather
ing of matrons and maids, but the men
turned out in large numbers to hear
Mr. Darrach's Interpretation of the
different Shakespearean cfiaracters In
a most artistic and finished manner,
with a rich vein of humor permeating
the recital, quickly Jumping from one
character to another with a flexibility
of voice and manner, Mr. Darrach en
raptured the audience. Th list of
patronesses alone was over 100 and
many of the girls who are still In
school but lovers of Shakespeare,
availed themselves of this splendid op
portunity further to advance their ed
ucation. Mrs. Peter Korth (Agnes Potter)
entertained with a luncheon and kitchen
shower at her attractive home in Rose
City Park Saturday afternoon in honor
of Miss Cora Moffett. a bride-elect. She
was assisted by Miss Genevieve Drew.
The table was decorated prettily with
rink, the color scheme being further
developed throughout the luncheon.
Covers were laid for Miss Cora" Moffett
Ml js Olive Guy, Miss Ntrma Coykendall,'
Mrs, Herbert Shaw. Mrs. William
VV oempner, Misa Mildred Worden. Miss
Frankle Coykendall, Mrs. Genevieve
Drew, and the hostess.
Exhibitions at the Portland Art
Museum always attract the attention
cf society and lovers of art. This
week the exhibit at the museum, at
Fifth and Taylor streets, will consist
a collection of English mezzotints
of the 18th century, . including some
of the finest plates. Portraits of Wal
ter Scott. Samuel Johnson, Goldsmith
and other celebrities lend historic In
terest to tho prints. The regular hours
of the museum are: week days, 9 A. M.
to 5 P. M. : Sundays, 2 to 5 P. M.;
free the afternoons of Sunday, Tues
day. Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. Serena C. Morton, vice-president
of the Daughters of the Confeder
acy, left Monday night for San Fran-
3y eFeuntizucfe JZ.OojrZiett
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Cisco to visit the exposition. She was
accompanied by her daughter.
MRS.. J. B. COMBTOCK was re-elected
unanimously as president of
the Portland Woman's Union at the an
nual meeting yesterday in Anna Lewis
Hall, 510 Flanders street. Other offi
cers elected were: Vice-president. Mrs.
Elliott Ruggles Corbett: second vice
president. Miss Elsa Grelle; recording
secretary, Mrs. Max S. Hirsch; corre
sponding secretary, Mrs. Mary Barlow
Wllkins; treasurer, Mrs. "William Mac
Ra; new members of the board of di
rectors, Mrs. L. A. Dekura, Mrs. A T.
Smith, Mrs. Jacob Kamm and Mrs. A.
J. Meier; trustee, J. 'B. Kerr. Mrs.
Dekum presided in the absence of Mrs.
Comstock, to whom sympathy was ex
tended on account of a recent bereave
ment. Among the Interesting reports was
that of Mrs. C. E. Rumelin, chairman of
the household committee, who told of
the many repairs and improvement
that had been made within and on the
outside of the hall. The place has been
renovated thoroughly and is bright,
clean, airy and homelike.
Mrs. L. W. Jewett reported for the
membership committee: Mrs. McLeod.
for the social committee; Mrs. A. C.
Holmes, for the printing and publicity
committee. Mrs. Max Hirsch and Mrs.
Mary Barlow Wllkins. secretaries, gave
an account of their work and Mrs. J. B.
Kerr presented the report of the nomi
The superintendent, Mrs. Crozler, re
ceived special mention for her excellent
management and for the friendliness
which she extended to the girls who
are boarders at the hall.
The dining-room, where the meeting
was held, was decorated attractively
with Scotch broom and the tea table
was centered with a crystal bowl filled
with snapdragon. Mrs. A. J. Meier
and Airs. Henry E. Jones presided, and
several society matrons, members of
the organization, served tea after the
The Portland Woman's Union has
prospered and has provided a good,
homelike place of abode for a large
number of girls.
The Kenton Parent-Teacher Associa
tion will have 'a social Wednesday
night at the Kenton School. The pro
ceeds will go to the convention enter
tainment fund. On Thursday at Z
o'clock, under the auspices of the Ken
ton Parent-Teacher Circle. Dr. R. B.
Dillehunt will give a sex hygiene lee
ture at the "school.
Mllwaukie Grange will have a May
soolal Friday night at 8 o'clock at the
Grange hall. A Queen of the May will
be chosen and crowned. A programme
will be given and refreshments will be
'The Shakespeare department of the
Portland Woman's Club will meet to
day at 2 o'clock in Women of Wood
craft hall. The dramatic Interpreta
tion class will assemble at 1:30 o'clock.
The Tempest, Act V, will be studied.
Mrs. Anton Giebtsch is chairman and
Mrs. J. C. La Barre is leader.
The Story Hour Club will assemble
CALENDAR FOR TODAY,
Tuesday Afternoon Club, with.
Misa Elsie Brooke, 541 Montgom
ery drive, at 1:30 o'clock.
St. David's Guild, entertain
ment, parish hall, tonight.
Shakespeare department, Port
land Woman's Club, 1:30 o'clock.
Women of Woodcraft Hall.
Women's Political Science Club,
Library, 3 o'clock.
Story Hour Club. Library Hall,
Vernon, 2 o'clock, Vernon Com
Chapman, Chapman School, 3
Holman, Holrrian School, S
O'clock. . .
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today at 3:30 o'clock In the Library.
Mrs. Llsher's class of Couch Schoel
will give "Mr. Bear's Party." Mrs. J.
Allen Gilbert will review Mrs. Wini
fred Sackville Stoner's "New Educa
tion." All mothers, friends and mem
bers are invited.
The annual meeting of the Council
of Jewish Women will be held tomor
row afternoon at 2 o'clock in the B'nal
B'rith Hall. Three new directors will
be elected. The reports of chairman
and head worker of the Neighborhood
House will be features of the after
noon. Mrs. Isaac Swett will presfuo
at the business meeting and Mrs. L.
Altman will be hostess of the social
The Tuesday Afternoon Club will
meet at 1:30 o'clock today with Miss
Elsie Brooke, 641 Montgomery drive.
The Portland, Psychology Club's
luncheon has gone on record as the
most successful club afTalr held here
this season. More than 300 were seated
about the tables and about 100 could
not be accommodated. Mrs. Alice
Welster. the retiring president. in
speaking of the May-Day festivity,
said: "I was so sorry to disappoint so
many, but it was through no fault of
the club's committee." The toasts,
music and May-Day features all com
bined to make the programme delight
ful. The annual election of officers of
the Coterie Club will take place at 2
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Misa Linns L. Panley.
o'clock tomorrow at the home of Mrs.
Robert Berger, 784 Melrose drive, end
of Russell - Shaver carline and two
blocks west. Other features of the pro
gramme will be vocal selections by
Miss Mabel Riggs, Miss Dagmar Kelly
and Mrs. James Roberte. which will be
followed by a "May-Day party.'"
The annual meeting and election of
officers of the Oregon Alumna,? Asso
ciation was held at the residence of
Mrs. Robert Bean. Saturday. The offi
cers elected are: President. Mrs. E. P.
Geary; vice-president. Mrs. Tom Word,
Jr.; secretary. Mrs. Blanch M. Thurs
ton; treasurer, Mrs. J. T. Brumfleld.
The annual meeting of the Associa
tion of Collegiate Alumnae was held
Saturday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. -3. C. Elliot King. The following
officers were elected: President. Mrs.
Robert C. French: first vice-president,
Mrs. W. B. Qsborne, jr.; second vice
president. Miss Louise Brace; secre
tary, Mrs. William L. Cooper; treas
urer. Miss Orrall Machette; executive
board member, Mrs. Edward T. Tag
gart; councillor. Mrs. Vincent Cook.
"Alice in Wonderland," the plaV which
will be presented at the Heilig, May
16, was discussed.
It is interesting to note that the
year just closed for the Association of
Collegiate Alumnae was one of the most
successful It ever has known. The
TTtE ARE best quali
VV fied to test and
fit glasses to your eyes
this bare statement
will be attested to by
thousands of satisfied
Crookes' Clear Lens
for excluding light.
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145 Sixth Street.
FLOYD BROWER, Mfrr.
tenth anniversary was held Saturday
at the home of Mrs. J. C. Elliott King.
Mrs. Edward T. Taggart. the retiring
president, will turn over the adminis
tration of affairs to the new president,
Mrs. Robert French, in June.
There are now 130 members In good
standing in the association. Of these.
u were added during the past year.
After the business session Saturday the
social hour was shared by several mem
bers of the Oregon Alumnae Associa
tion and by several Smith College worn
en. Mrs. Wilson F. Chase, of Vancou
ver Barracks, and Miss Ethel Wake
man contributed, solos. Several mem
bers assisted in pouring tea and in
Plans for Including the college wom
en of the city not now in the associa
tion were formulated and a called meet
ing probably will be held soon. The
president and counsellor. Mrs. Vincent
Cook, when the organization is en
larged, will be required to act on all
National matters, and the two officers
will have to be association members,
but aside from work that affects Na
tional matters, no distinction will be
shown among the members of the
broader organization. Anyone who has
passed a year in a college granting an
A. B. degree will be entitled to mem
bership. Hood River Veterans to Meet.
HOOD RIVER, Or.. May 3. (Special.)
Local veterans are eagerly looking
forward to the meeting here tomorrow
of Canby Post, Grand Army of the Re
public, when the organization will of
ficially greet II. S. Fargo. Oregon state
Girls With Beautiful Faces
or Graceful Figures
American girls have a world-wide
reputation for beauty, but, at the same
time, there are girls in our cities who
possess neither beauty of face nor
form, because In these Instances they
suffer from nervousness, the result of
disorders of the womanly organism.
At regular Intervals they suffer so
much that their strength leaves them;
they are so prostrated that it takes
days for them to recover their strength.
Of course, such periodic distress has
Its bad effect on the nervous system.
The withered and drawr faces, the dark
circles and crow's feet about the eyes,
the straight figure without those
curves which lend so much to feminine
beauty are the unmistakable signs of
When a girl becomes a woman, when
a woman becomes a mother, when
omen pass through the changes of
middle life, are the three periods of
fife ven health arid strength are most
needed to withstand the pain and dis
tress often caused by severe organic
At these critical times women are
best fortified by the use of Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription, an old remedy
of proved worth that keeps the entire
female system perfectly regulated and
in excellent condition.
Mothers, if your daughters are weak.
lack ambition, are troubled with head
aches, lassitude and are pale and sick
ly. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
is Just what they need to surely bring
the bloom of health to their cheeks
and make them strong and healthy.
If you are a sufferer. If your daugh
ter, mother, sister need help get
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription in
liquid or tablet form. Then address
Dr. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo. N.
Y., and receive confidential advice from
a staff of specialists, that's free; also
136-page book on women's diseases
sent free. Adv.
Help the Stomach
Digest Your Food
When the stomach falls to di
gest and distribute that which
is eaten, the bowels become
clogged wltb a mass of waste and
refuse that ferments and gener
ates poisons that are gradually
forced into the blood, causing
distress and often serious ill
ness. Most people naturally object
to the drastic cathartic and
purgative agents that shock the
system. A mild, gentle laxative,
positive in its effect and that wlil
quickly relieve constipation is
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, sold
by druggists at fifty cents and
one dollar a bottle. It does not
gripe or cramp, but acts easily
and pleasantly and is therefore
the most satisfactory remedy for
children, women and elderly per
sons. For a free trial bottle write
to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 45 Wash
ington street, Monticello, 111.
Don't Visit the California Expositions
Without a supply of Allen's Foot-Ease, the
antiseptic powder to be Shaken Into the
Shoes, or dissolved In the foot-bath. The
Standard Remedy for the feet for 2," years.
It gives Instant relief to tired, achins; feet
and prevents swollen, hot feet. Ohq lady
writes: "I enjoyed every minute of my stay
s t the Ex posit ions, thanks to A Urn's JPoot
Eas la my shoes." Get it TOUAX,
characterizes all Royal Worcester
corsets. To illustrate the corset
fabrics are of best quality, tested
for strength and wear, and will not
rip or tear the clasp will not"turn
in" and pinch at waist the bones,
in reinforced pockets, will not
annoy by punching through.
Hose supporters,' trimmings, in fact
everything entering into the making
must be up to our high standard. Bon
ing and metal parts are non-rustable.
Satisfy that desire for a truly perfect
corset at prices ranging from $1 to $3.
Ask YOUR Dealer
For a Genuine "Royal "Worcester'
-Accept no Substitute
Royal Worcester Corset Co., Manufacturers,
USAN- FRANCISCO OFFICE,
commander, of Portland. Members of
Canby Corps, Woman's Relief Corps,
will participate in the meeting.
CAGE OPERATORS TARGET
Grand Jury Kinds Courthouse Ele
rator Men "Blotch on Standard."
Elevator operators in the Courthouse
received the last charge from the long
range guns of the February grand jury
yesterday. The grand Jurors said the
operators were sontetlmcs boisterous,
and frequently worked in their shirt
sleeves, or with vari-colored sweaters
in lieu of a coat. "The practice now in
vogue." said the grsnd Jury, "is a blotrh
( Coffee is
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i is neitln
roasted nor over
in this lies the secret of Golden West
The flavor is retained by our patent
inner parchment seal, air cannot pene
trate. Steel Cut No Dust.
lb. can $
The Oldest and Largest Coffee
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Who buys FISHER'S BLEND FLOUR will find
it a perfect all-purpose flour, as good for cakes
and pastry as for bread. It is superior to an
' all-hard wheat flour or an all-soft wheat flour.
FISHER'S BLEND is a combination of,
flours made from EASTERN HARD WHEAT,
GROWN IN MONTANA AND DAKOTA, and
CHOICEST BLUESTEM WHEAT, GROWN
IN EASTERN OREGON AND EASTERN
The slight extra cost of a sack of FISHER'S
BLEND" is more than absorbed in the increased
number and size of the loaves and the better
quality of the bread.
For sale by all grocers.
28 Geary Street
upon the high standard or your Court
house." The missive was delivered to the
County Commissioners yesterday after
tho grand jury had been discharged and
the Jurors were well out of the city. It
recommended that the elevator boys be
"dolled up" in uniforms and that more
strict regulations be provided.
Arson Suspect Arrested.
s the result of two fires of alleged
Incendiary origin. Earl Washburn Is
v.nder arrest and the police are search
ing for Clifford E. King. Patrolman
Hunt arrested Washburn following a
fire at a lodging-house at 348 Clay
street, at which evidence of arson was
The knife, upposedly used In cutting
Koastera in ths Northwest.
id by a 111
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TJNT0UE desipn for average figures. 4
inch bunt. Medium skirt with elastic
inserts. Silk embroidery trimmed. Coutil.
Sizes 20 to 30. Price 12.50.
away plaster In preparation for the
blaze, was found In Kinr's room by re
tectives Trice and Alalict yestertlsy.
The house is owned by Tr. and Mrs.
Thomas Stokely, of Tremont station.
The other fire, thought to have been
set, was In the O. K. grocery More at
East Fifty-eighth street and Killings
worth avenue, esrly yeMerdHV morning..
Read How Cherry's
One Girl Happy.
"I do hate to wear the very same out
fit every time I go out to see Frances,
but I don't see how I can escape it this
time. I'm going Saturday for the week
end. ,1've been there let's see four
times this Spring, and my costume
hasn't varied once.
"What did you say. Julie? I can't do
that. Julie. I haven't the mon?y.
"Why. yes I can. too. Of course I'll
go to CHERRY'S early In the morn
ing, too! Now, why didn't I think of
that Sooner, I wonder? I've wanted to
visit that popular store since you told
me your darling new Coat came from
"I believe you told me you're paving
for it BV TMK WEEK. Well, tliat a
what I'll do with my Suit. CHERRY'S
have a lovely stock of Waists, too.
haven't they. Julie? A new Suit and a
new Walot for me."
CS9-391 Washington street. In the
Plttock block. Is the location of their
store, and they sell men'a clothes, too,
Just as they do ladies', in the eaey
X KID FITTING
Women Acquainted with
Fownes quality in ALL
kinds of gloves, arc
demanding Fownes SILK
gloves, with reason.
Smartest, most satisfactory,
-but they cost no more.
All lengths, sizes and
Double-tipped ? I
Of course I s
Ask your dealer z
Relieved by Anti-Kamnia Tablets
The exact cause of rhenrnatlara Is nn.
known, though it Is generally believed to
be due to an ezcena of uric acid in the blood.
It may be also Bald with equal truth that no
remedy has been found which Is a apeclna
Inallcairs. Infect the literature of rheu.
matlim shows that there ra lmt f, h..
which have Dot been given a trial. In tba
bauds ol one observer we find that a certain
drug baa been used with the uunobt aatln.
taction; others have found the same remedy
to be a great disappointment. All phvsl
clana however agree that everr method ot
treatment la aided by the administration ol
tome remedy to relieve the pala and quiet
the nervous system and Dr. W. H. Hehulue
expreiaea the opinion of thousand! of prac
tltlonera when he says that Antl-Kamnta
1 ablet ahould be riven rnianm.. n.r
other remedies for the relief of the pain in
ail forma of rheumatism. These taoletaran
be purchased In any quantity Tbey an
ana sUl pain. Aak for JL-U. Xaoleta.
WOMEN SHOULD TAKE WAR KINS
If the statement made at a Now
York Assembly of women, that healthy
American women are so rare that they
are almost exuuet. ia true, it is time
for the women of America to take
warning and look to their health. It
may be headaches, backaches, dragging
down pains, nervousiienn, mental de
pression that are tell-tale symptoms of
some organic derangement for which
L.ydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound a simple remedy made from
roots and herbs Is a specific and may
be relied upon to restore women to a
healthy normal condition. Adv.