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THE MORNING OREGONIAN. TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1915.
CHARMING VANCOUVER, B. C MATRON WHO WILL ARRIVE TO
DAY FOR ROSE CARNIVAL WEEK.
BY GERTRUDE F. CORBETT
1 CALENDAR FOR TODAY.
Bridge-tea For Miss Sullivan,
Mrs. Thomas Erskine aa hostess,
Reception Mrs. George T. "Wil
lett this afternoon.
Reception For Mrs. Johnston
Porter at the home of Mrs. C. C.
Newcastle by women of West
minster Presbyterian Church,
Reception For Queen Sybil
and attendants by Women of
Woodcraft, Myrcia Circle, this
OPENING the festive week which
promises to be brimful of gaieties
was the visit of Mile. Pavlowa and
her company of artists at the Baker
Theater last night. It was a gala night
In every way. Society turned out in
large numbers attired in their smartest
frocks and wraps, and the boxes scin
tillated with gleaming shoulders,
jewels and sparkling gowns. Pavlowa's
dances. coifTure- and sowninjr . were of
the greatest interest to the subde
butante set. who were there in box and
line parties, brimful of enthusiasm and
interest In the noted danseuse's exhibi
Several smart dinner parties preceded
the affair, and the grills were filled
at the conclusion of the performance
with festive supper parties.
Among those noticed in the large and
fashionable audience, were: Calvin
Heilig and party who occupied one of
the lower boxes. H. L. Pittock and
party, Mr. and Mrs. Isador Lanir, and
their son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. Dittenhofer; Mrs. William C.
Alvord, Miss Failing, Colonel and Mrs.
Henry Coulter Cabell, Mrs. Edgar B.
Piper, Miss Constance Piper; Mr. and
Mrs. Alma D. Katz, Mrs. W. E. Ander
son, Salem; S. N. Arnold, Mayor and
Mrs. R. H, Albee. Alice Agler, G. E.
Andus, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ainsworth,
R. P. Boise, Mrs. E. C. Brandeberry, A.
O. Bjelland. J. H. Ballmanno, Albert
Brownell, F. W. Baltes, Captain L. C.
Bennett, Mrs. At A. Bailey, 'Jr., Mrs. F.
K. Bowers, Mrs. A. M. Bruhn. B.
Blumauer. W. L. Boise. J. F. Reisch,
Charles F. Berg, Miss Mina Boskowitz,
Berthe L. Brewer, Mr. and Mrs. and
Miss Macleay, R. Lea Barnes, Miss
Bertha Bloch, Miss Addie Bauer, M.
Maude Carlisle, Ola Cooper, David B.
Campbell, Mrs. L. W. Chambers, Miss
K. G. Collins, C. Casten. Edna Cameron,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cookingham, Mr.
and Mrs. T. J. Condon., Mr. and Mrs.
Wilson Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
Cannon, William H. Cooke, W. A. Den
ton, Elsie L. Dunbar, H. E. Divilbliss.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Devereaux. John
W. Daniels. George P. Dekum, Mrs. J.
Dahl, R. M. Dooly, Jr., C. E. Dentler,
Mrs. F. A. Fulton, Astoria; W. B.
Fechheimer, Mr. and Mrs. E. Ehrman,
A. S. Krohman, Mr. and Mrs. Paul E.
Froehlich. Mrs. I. Frohmai and Miss
Frohman. Jessica Farnham. Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. English. Vivian Flexner, Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Farrell, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas B. Foster, Miss C. W. Flanders,
Miss Mabel C. Flanders, Mr. and Mrs.
William Heller Ehrman, W. B. Ewing.
Mrs. F. W. Gratke, Alfred A. Griffin.
Gertrude C. Gaunt, Ina Gray, B. E.
Griffith, G: G. Grimm. Edward E.
Goudy. Mrs. J. G. Goudy. R. H. Gear
hart. Mrs. George Hansley, Camas,
Wash.; George H. Jennings. H. E. Jones,
Alexander Hull. Mrs. I Irvine, J. H.
Jenkins. C. Hailing. Washousral Waih -
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Jenkins, Beaverton
Or.; Gertrude James, E. C. Huntington'
Helen E Jones, Amy M. Holt, Mrs. M
r,. james, Anna E. Holman, Mrs and
Misses Hirsch. Eloise Huntington
Walter S. JellifT, John R. Hegeman,
Willard . Hawley, Jr., Mrs. Henry E.
Jones Mrs. R. Jacobs, F. W. Henebut,
Mrs. Grace M. Hall, Miss Mary Frances
Isom, Mr. and Mrs. James D. Hart C
Johannsen, Rev. John G. Halton Mr
and Mrs. R. S. Hartz, Mr. and Mrs j'
Wesley Ladd, Gertrude Lewthwaite,
Oregon City; Mrs. Tt. R. Knox. Albany
A. R. Palmr, Mrs. J. B. Linthicum, Mr
and Mrs. Walker W. Kamm, Mr and
Mrs. Julius Louisson, John A. Laing
Mrs. W. A. Leet and Miss Leet. I
Lowengart, Mrs. S. Lowengart. Mrs!
H. I. Keats and Miss Keats, airs. H.
Litt, Mrs. Nina Larowe, Mr. and Mrs.
G. H. May.s. Charles McCullough Mr
ami Mrs. William Mac Rae, Robert Mc
Glll Mrs. Henry McCraken. Mr. ajid
Mrs. Oscar Menefee. A. W. Ocobock,
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick De Neffe. Mr
and Mrs. George F. Nevins, Mary W
,RaPh M- Povey, Corvallis; J.
B. Pilkington, Mr. and Mrs.' Ira F
Powers. H. H. Parker, Mrs. Rose
ourson Reed, Dr. D. H. Rand. Inez
Rlppey, Lynn Reist, H. A. Sargent. Mr.
w ,M,rS CF- -1wisert. Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Smith. Leo. Charles Sparks,
Vancouver: II. T. Swain. J w Shaw
Vancouver; M. R. Spaulding, Mr. and
i, c ' -iss Helen Simons.
R. B. Swezey, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N
Teal. Albert Von Der Werth. Edna
Turnbull. C. Taylor. Miss Genevieve
Thompson G. A. Thomas, A. D. Warner
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Willett, C. O. Wood.'
?'rJ.h- Cv.E- Waner. Mary Young? L
L. Franklin. .
Miss Margaret Dillingham Is plan
ning to leave tomorrow night for a
four weeks' visit in Eastern cities.
Mrs. Leigh Hackley Smith Jeannette
Thomas), who Is to leave this evening
for Muskegon. Mich., with her hus
band to visit the elder Mrs. Smith be
fore proceeding to New York, was the
honor guest for the delightful infor
mal reception for which Mrs. Donald
Spencer was hostess yesterday after
noon. About a dozen of the closest
friends of the bride called to bid her
adieu and enjoy tea with her. Mrs.
Warren E. Thomas presided at the
Mr. and Mrs Ewen Wainwright Mac
Lean, of Vancouver, B C. will reach
Portland today, for a visit with the
latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Richard Conlon, at
the Wickersham apartments, for a few
Mrs. MacLean is a charming young
matron and popular socially in her
residence city, as well as here. Mrs.
Conlon and a number of other young
matrons and maids will entertain for
her after the Rose Festival. She re
cently visited here for a few days and
lias a host of friends among the young
R. Burns Powell, a young attorney
of this city, and Miss Gertrude Den
hart, of White. S. D.. were married
yesterday at the rectory of St. Mary's
Cathedral, the ceremony being per
formed by Father McNamee.
Mr. and Mrs. Powell became engaged
while students In the ' University of
Oregon, irom which she graduated In
iio ana Air. Powell in 1911. Miss
Denhart was an instructor in the uni
versity in 1911 and 1912. and in his
senior year Mr. Powell was a pupil in
one of the classes of his fiancee.
After his graduation Mr. Powell en
tered the University of Oregon Col
lege of Law in Portland, and Miss Den-
hart returned to her home in South
Dakota. Mr. Powell graduated in the
class sent out by -.he college of law
Mr. and Mrs. Powell will be at home
at the Ardway apartments about
Mr. Powell has been prominent in
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professional musical circles of the city
and state for many years and while
In college was an officer and member
of the University Glee Club for four
consecutive years. In Portland he has
played with the Symphony Orchestra
for three seasons and he has been
treasurer and a director of the Musi
cians' Mutual Association lor two years.
besides being engaged at various times
with Lind, McKlroy and rther promi
nent leaders of the city.
Martha Bell Cochrun, a. Los Angeles
girl, is visting her brothers, Seldon
J. Cochrun, 5336 Forty-fifth street
Southeast, and E. M. Cochrun, of Os
wego. Messages of congratulation and flow-
rers are being showered upon Mr. and
Mrs. Welrose R. Kaser on the birth of
a daughter Saturday morning.
Miss Marguerite Park, of 50 East
Sixteenth street North, is at Madison,
Wis, attending the commencement ex
ercises at the Wisconsin University,
after which she will attend the alumni
reunion at the Whitewater Normal
School. Mrs. Park will Join her daugh
ter the latter part of the month and
return home via San Diego and San
Miss Helen Davis, of New York, a
charming Vassar girl, has been visit
ing at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Lu
ther R. Dyott, where she was the guest
of Miss Adele Dyott. Miss Davis and
Miss Dyott left on Saturday for San
Francisco, and after a visit at the fair,
the former will return to her Eastern
home. Miss Davis Is the daughter of
the late Judge Charles Davis, of New
York. She is immensely popular in so
ciety. While Miss Dyott was a student
at Wells College the girls met and be
Mrs. Henry Coulter Cabell has cards
out for a large reception to be given
on Saturday afternon from 4 until 6
o'clock at her home at the head of
Mr. and Mrs.
William A. Spence are
at the Glenn Apart
Miss Catherine Russell, charming and
attractive daughter of Mrs. Lewis Rus
sell, is being extensively feted by the
debutantes. Each day since her return
to this city has marked some delightful
function in her honor, yesterday a
PROMINENT MATRON MEN
TIONED FOR PRESIDENCY
OK WASHINGTON FEDER
ATION OF WOMEN'S
pretty luncheon with Miss Nan Pen
noyer Russell being given in her honor
at Hotel Benson. Today Miss Isabella
Macleay will also be a luncheon hostess
honoring Miss Russell, and on Thursday
evening Miss Margaret Mears will be
hostess for a dancing party at the home
of her grandmother. Mrs. Henry E.
Jones, on Portland Heights.
G. N. C B. Girls' closing party Thurs
day evening. June 17, at Cotillion Hall.
Mrs. Charles S. Lebo. of Medford,
Or., is visiting with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Archie S. Ash, at the Or
The women of Westminster Presby
terian Church-will give a farewell re
ception to Mrs. Johnston Porter at the
home of. Mrs. C C. Newcastle. 600
Weidler street, from 3 to 5 this after
noon. Mrs.- Porter and her son, Law
rence, expect to leave June 14 for Hali
fax - to. be away two years.
A reception will be given this even
ing by Myrcia Circle, Women of Wood-
cratt, and Arleta Camp, Woodmen of
the World, at their hall in Arleta in
honor of Queen Sybil, her Drincesses
and maids from 8:30 to 10:30 o'clock.
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. Mr. ana Mrs. Alfred J. Dysle are be
ing felicitated upon the arrival of a
little daughter, born May 27.
Mrs. Katherine A. Dalv Is at Hnnd
River, visiting her son. Herbert F.
Daly, at his place. "Morninesida Or
chard." Before returning she will vis
it Mrs. J. Adrian Epping.
The Bit and Spur club held a meet
ing recently at the home of Miss Edith
Reynolds in Alberta, where final ar
rangements were made for the club's
appearance in the Rose Carnival pa
rade on Thursday afternoon. ' After
the business meeting, dancing and
games were enjoyed and refreshments
served at a beautifully-appointed table.
tae color seneme being pink. Owing
to the fact that some of the members
are out of the city only the following
win appear jn the parade: Mrs. Leslie
Ewing. the Misses Matilda Anderson.
Izetta Barde. Stella Berger, Florence
Day, Nell Dorney. Clara Fleming. Caro
line Gleason. Rose Harrington, Celinda
Heaton, Hannah Johnson, Bertha Mc
Carthy. Edith Moar. Esther Moffatt,
Florence Murphy, Helen O'Hern, Leone
.rarrlsn, Llzette Phillips. Edith Revn
oias. Nora Self, Elsa Sittel and Gracie
Miss Mamie Free, one of Portland's
charming girls, was the Inspiration for
a luncheon given by the Phi Pi Psi
sorority Thursday at the Hazelwood.
Miss Free leaves for Shanghai. China,
in a snort time and will make her
home there for an indefinite period.
lie following maids and matrons were
present: Mrs. Ralph Rector. Mrs. Jack
Hoogstraat. the Misses Leona Morse.
Genevieve Keller, Katherine Erdner,
Beth fatennett. Rozelle Snyder, Olive
Sullivan, Inez Radell and Selene Kropp
Rose Festival guests and friends can
find comfortable and central restrooms
provided by the women of the Uni
tarian Church in the church parlors.
corner Broadway and Yamhill streets.
The parlors will be kept open every
day during the festival for the con
venience of the public. Tea. sand
wiches. cakes and ices will be served.
Mrs. Solon Shedd.
At th cnnvontlnm 1V. Waih.
ington State Federation of Worn- t
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Spokane today, considerable In
terest will center round the elec
tion of officers. Mrs. Solon
Shedd, well known in Portland
and throughout Oregon, is men
tioned for the presidency. Mrs.
Shedd is the wife of Dr. Shedd, of
the department of geology, Wash
ington State College and the
daughter of Rev. J. R. N. Bell, of
Corvallis. She had charge of the
Oregon educational exhibit at the
Lewis and Clark fair.
. West Coffee.
t is roasted, blended and packed
y HI I . by Or egon's pioneer ggg55' - " 'L -
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coffee more coffee n1' W'Ti-Jfiiil
I and for less has been its i fIi Jpfc I
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Take Your Own Rose Festival
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If you need instruction concerning
the use of your Kodak well give .
Headquarters and Distributors
Full Line of Eastman Kodaks
Developing and Printing
by .' our own expert on premises.
Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention.
COLUMBIAN OPTICAL CO.
145 SIXTH ST., BET. ALDER AND MORRISON.
Hall yesterday and was deeply inter
ested in the work, that the women of
the Portland Women's Union are doing
in providing a homelike place for self
The Portland Woman s union mei
yesterday for a short business session
and probably will hold no further
meetings for the Summer. All com
mittees reported the work in excellent
n.r,-u rhriui Billinsrton. of 1161 Union
avenue North, was hostess to Chapter C.
P. 12. O., Friday, 2 P. M. jsieraoers i
the new Portland Chapter, M. were
c, i i iui out-of-town P. E. O.
visitors, and the presidents of Portland
chapters. A, E. and J? . Mrs. Larne
Beaumont, president, presided. Besides
the usual business meeting Mrs. W. P.
Jones, president of A, read a paper on
"P E O. Charm," which was an In-
a full report of the convention held in
Forest Grove May zo, -jo &i
nthors Attending sooke briefly on inci
dents of that meeting. The rollcall
was "Quotations irora vno '-yiini'Lu-tion."
The guests were called upon for
snort tains. jLoiiv.ni..!.. i - - - -
by the hostess. The last meeting of
f .... i : 1 . . 1 at
the season wiii oe a piunt, -
the Oaks. .
The guests were: Mrs. D. L. Brace,
state president; Mrs. W. P. Jones. Miss
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Deauia j.m .'y. ... . . - - ,
lard, Mrs. B. E. Haney. Mrs. J. Pv. Whit-
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Charles A. Brown and Mrs. C. J. Mc-
The Alberta Woman's Improvement
Club will meet tonight at 8 o'clock at
1033 East Twenty-fourth street North.
A full attendance is requested. Busi
ness of importance will be considered.
The chairmen of committees will be
The postponed meeting of the Mis
sionary Society of the First Congre
gational Church will be held in the
church auditorium at 2 o'clock. Mrs.
Alice Ropes Kellogg, who, after six
years of service as a missionary, has
returned for a furlough, will tell of
her experiences in China. Strangers
as well as members will be welcomed.
Mrs. Harold Gilbert will sing a group
of songs. A short business session
will be held and election of officers
will claim the interest of the members.
Mrs. Eleanor Brace is the president of
The Woman's Missionary Society ol
the Firsl Presbyterian Church will
meet this afternoon. Mrs. JJonaia epen
cer will deliver an illustrated lecture
on "Home Missions and Public Wel
fare." All women Interested are urged
to be present, as It is the last meeting
One of the pleasant memories of the
Council gathering always will be the
reciprocity day that was planned by the
Portland Woman s Club on saturaay,
when Henry Lawrence Southwick ap
peared at the Lincoln High School and
read "The Rivals." So delightfully, so
easily and yet so realistically did the
reader go from one character to the
other in the comedy that his audience
of several hundred clubwomen was
charmed. Mrs. G. J. Frankel, president
of the club, introduced Dean Southwick.
Mr. Southwick Is dean of the Boston
College of Oratory.
Equally interesting but of different
type was the tea given at the Neighbor
hood House, where the clubwomen In
spected the settlement and gave praise
to the committee and the Council of
Jewish Women who conduct the insti
tution. Mrs. S. M. Blumauer is chair
man of the Neighborhood House com
mittee. The council of the Portland Parent
Teacher Association will meet on June
18 to hear committee appointments and
plan affairs for next year. The hour
is set for 3:30 o'clock, so that the teach
ers may attend. Mrs. Alva Lee Stephens,
the new president, who is a clubwoman
of great ability. Is anxious to have the
co-operation of the teachers.
EAST SIDE SEATS ON SALE
Tickets for Children's and Floral
Tickets for the grandstands at Grand
avenue and East Ankeny street and
Grand avenue and East Alder street
were distributed by the East Side
Business Men's Club yesterday to the
following places: Jancke Drug Com
pany. Hawthorne and Grand avenue;
Wall Sweet Shop. Grand avenue and
East Alder; Pacific Outfitting Com
pany, Grand avenue and East Stark;
Love's Pharmacy, Grand avenue and
East Burnside. and tne Bauer
Seats to the number of 650 are avail
able at one of the stands and 450 at
the other. No reservations will be
made, but only Beating capacity will
be sold. Seats for the children's pa
rade Wednesday at 10:30 will be sold
for 60 cents and seats for the floral
parade Thursday at 2:30 will sell for
Ambassador Page Calls on King.
LONDON. June 7. The American
Ambassador, Walter Hines Page, was
received at Buckingham Palace today
by King George.
New Merrill Newspaper Issued.
k'I,MATH FALLS. Or.. June 7.
(Special.) Klamath County's latest
newspaper, the Merrill Times, appeared
for the first time yesteraay. xne
paper will be published every Satur
day at Merrill. 20 miles south of this
Buy a Complete
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HAVE IT TO WEAR AT ONCE. A
SUIT from CHERRY'S superb new
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PRETTY WAIST in one of the . ex
quisite ' models - you 11 lind at
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If you've a picture In your mind of
the loveliest, most popular, musi up
coming and most practical Fashions
for Spring and Summer, 1915. then
you rave an inkling of what you'll
see wnen you visit CHERRY'S today.
CHKiiKY'S CREDIT SYSTEM IS SU
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many thousands of times by thou
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WHILE YOU'RE WEARING YOUR
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3 c at all fountains
Note You can order it in bottles, by the case, for fam
ily use at Pioneer Soda Works, Main 6091, or at Celro
Kola Co., Main 211, A 6004.
Bottling companlea wanted for distributors
city. George E. Bradnack, veteran
newspaperman and at present editor
of the Dorris (CaL) Times, is editor,
and C. B. Hodkin Is associate editor.
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If you, too, are embarrassed by
a pimply, blotchy, unsightly com
plexion, nine chances out of ten
will clear it
Just try Resinol Soap and Res
inol Ointment regularly for a week
and see if they do not make a bless
ed difference in your skin. They
also help make red, rough hands
and arms soft and white.
Sold br all druggists. They contain no
narsh or injurious ingredients.
WE startled the coffee
"trade" when G-A was
announced a genu ine
steel-cut Coffee in airtight
tins, at SO! It has taken the
place of high-priced, as well
as cheaper coffees. Ask your
grocer for a can of G-A to
day. 1-Pound Tin 30
3-Pound Tin 85
THAT TERRIBLE BACKACHE
from which so many women suiter is
significant of organic trouble. ' It tells,
with other symptoms, such as head
aches, nervousness, and depression, that
nature requires assistance. For forty
years Lydia Pinkham'a Vegetable
Compound, a. simple remedy made fro
roots and herbs, has been the one el
fectlve remedy in such cases. It speed
ily removes the cause and restores the
system to a healthy normal condition.
Phone Your Want Ads to
Main 7070. A 6095.
interesting visitor in Portland is
ledo. Or., who Is the guest of Mrs. J.
B. Comstock, 3.26 North Twenty-flfth
street. Mrs. Rinehart was formerly
president of the Toledo City Federation
of Women's Clubs and she had the dis
tinction of having re-established pub
lic retail markets. While she was
chairman of the Housewives' League
Mrs. Rinehart saw the need of retail
markets. She interested the farmers
and the housewives and finally got the
markets established on a practical ba
sis, winning for herself the unique
title of "the market woman." Mrs.
Rinehart passed the Winter in Seattle
visiting with her daughters. She came
to Portland to attend the mid-biennial
council of the General Federation and
will leave soon for San Francisco. She
came to the council as a delegate from
the Woman's Educational Club, one of
the largest organizations in Ohio,
lira. Rinehart visited Anna Lewis
VISITORS to the Rose Festival "will
find "The Popular Sweet Shop"
the ideal spot for that dainty
Ices, Fountain Beverages
Morrison near Fourth St.
il wiLyJlLliw SALE i
GOLDEN GATE TEA
JUNE 7th to 12th. 1915
FOLGERS 'ff TEA
IB TINS 80 50
28 16 .
3.78 2 SO .
. ENTER YOU ORDER BELOW
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BLACK A GREEN
For one week
these prices to
vince you that
tea is worth t
A pound ol
this tea makes
300 cups. At
80c a pound,
the cost is one
cent for about
You can afford
to. drink good
l your dealer does not carry Folger's Golden Gate Tea, telephone ont
resident salesman who will give you the name of a dealer who does.
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