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SOCIETY women are devoting this
week principally to deeds of phi
lanthropy, the Day Nursery being
the important consideration this week.
Not only will dozens of prominent
women sell the tags for the nursery,
under the auspices of the Fruit and
Flower Mission, but the artists of head.
line attractions from the different
vaudeville houses also will assist in
the sale on Saturday.
Miss McHenry, of the Baker The
ater Stock players, and Miss Mary
Edgett Baker, will join the large force
of women who will endeavor to make
this sale the largest ever held for the
work of the nursery. Miss Matsie lving
of the Orpheum Theater, has consented
to devote part of Saturday to the sale,
and all social engagements for that
day have been canceled.
Mr. and Mrs.Henry L. Pittock and
daughter, Mrs. Frederick Emery, of
Pittsburg, and son-in-law and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Lockwood Hebard,
are visitors at the Panama-Pacific Ex
position in San Francisco. Mr. Pit
tock is a. guest of the Oregon Commis
sion at the Oregon building.
Mr. and Mrs. "William I Brewster,
who have been summering at their
country place near the golf links, will
return today to their home in Love
Joy street. The group of bachelors
who have been occupying the Brew
ster residence are now domiciled in the
Mart home in Glisan street.
Mrs. J. Martin Watson will enter
tain today with a tea in honor of Mrs.
tiara h Elizabeth Guernsey, of Inde
pendence, Kan. The state regent and
cnapier regents or the JD. A. R. will
be guests, as the guest of honor is a
prominent memDer or that organiza
The grinning features of witches
peering from every nook, corner and
window greeted the members of the
Portland Woman's Auxiliary to the
Hailway Mail Association when thev
gathered for their monthly meeting at
tne country none or Mrs. B. F. Cannon
at Metzger, on October 30.
Mrs. Cannon was assisted in enter
taining by Mrs. E. R. Hughes and Mrs.
1. R. Phillies. Mrs. Butlrwnfth an,1
Mrs. Miller, the club's delegates to the
otate .federation or Women s Clubs,
gave an Interesting report of the trip
to Salem and the convention. E. R.
liughes sang a tenor solo.
The next meeting of the auxiliary
will be "charter member day" at the
home of Mrs. J. H. Zehrung, 7105 Forty
eighth avenue Southeast. Mrs. Zeh
rung was hostess for the first meeting
of the; club, when It was organized,
June 7, 1902.
Mr. and Mrs. R, TJ. Inman enter
I tained last night with a delightful re
; ception, celebrating the Both anniver
j. eary of Mr. Inman's arrival in Oregon,
t About 80 guests enjoyed the affair,
i many of them being old friends of the
Cards formed one of the attractions
j of the evening, and music also was a
i feature. The hostess was assisted by
her daughter. Miss Alta Mansfield.
Attractive decorations of Autumn
1 foliage and seasonable blossoms decked
i The Unitarian Woman's Alliance will
;- hold its regular literary programme
tomorrow at 3 o'clock, when Mrs. Gal
vin B. Cady will speak upon "The
Music Education School." The meet
5 ing will be held in the Unitarian
; Church parlors, corner of Broadway
j and Yamhill streets. A short business
J meeting will precede the literary pro
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Reingold, Ben
and Harry Reingold, have taken per-
manent apartments at the Nortonia.
J. Pomerene has taken permanent
. apartments at the Nortonia.
'i Mr- and Mrs. T. J. Mendenhall, of the
Oregon Yacht Club, have taken apart-
merits at the Nortonia for the Winter
- Thanksgiving week the five National
academic fraternities of Portland, Pi
Delta Kappa, Gamma Eta Kappa, Phi
hl' Pnl Laibda Epsilon and Sigma
Gamma Pi will unite in making merry
. at a large Informal dance to be held in
; the Masonic Temple ballrooms Satur
day evening, November 27.
The scenic decorative scheme prom
. Ises to eclipse those usually seen at
. dances of the younger set. The four
corners of the spacious ballroom will
; each be decorated descriptive of one of
the five fraternities, while the adjoin-
ing parlor will present a bower of the
,' season's greens.
; In addition to the regular orchestra
entertainers will dispense music in the
The main incentive of the evening's
,- enjoyment will be to mingle the new
acquaintances with the old and to
i bring the younger fraternal set into
: doner relationship with each other.
, The committee in charge of the dance
i consists of Harrison Hugging, E R
? Holt, Howard McKay, Len Woodland"
; Al Krohn. Collister Wheeler Carl
t i,a"tar' HoU Ganong, Steve Wilcox,
. Herb Griffith, Colie Wheler, Frank
. Davis and Archie Roth.
A partial list of the patronesses fol
lows: Mrs. George Lawrence Jr Mrs.
David H. Strowbridge. Mrs. A. M. Ells
worth, Mrs. Samuel Irving Guiss, Mrs.
L. L. Coovert and Mrs. H. Ganong
The pretty "Southern" home of Mr
ntid Mrs. Edgar W. Stahl at Firland
was the scene of a charming Halloween
party Saturday evening. It was a
Mother Goose affair and the guests
assembled looked like colored illustra
tions of the famous nursery rhvmes.
All were there, from Old Mother Goose
with a real live goose, to fat and
hearty Old King Cole.
J".8 r,0ms were artisticallv deco
. rated with Autumn leaves, grains and
. various sized pumpkins. There were
also numerous baskets of fruit and red
and green peppers.
The greater part of the evening was
devoted to old-fashioned dancing the
, mot popular of which was the 'Vir
: Music was furnished by a mandolin
wd guitar club.
'' ,Mr- and Mr8- Emanuel Herrman. of
.04 Everett street, were hosts for a
Halloween party honoring their niece
and nephew. Miss Edith Myers Herat
end Herman Herst III, of New York
' City. Original games were played and
many novel prizes given. The party
was from 7 to 10 P. M. and the fol-
lowing little folks attended: Anna
Baum, Teddy Baum, Victor Block,
Francis Freedenthal, Joseph Freeden
thal. Harold Hirsch, Paul Harris Carol
Citron. Arnold Marx, Dorothy Mitchell,
J.illian Mitchell. Rosemary Grace
.uim uuenneimer. Kathyn
: Marian Slchel, Helen and
Chapter C P. E. O. gave a fagot
.party with Dr. and Mrs. Charles Bil-l-.ngton,
1161 Union avenue North
hosts. Those assisting the hostess
were: Mrs. James Goodwin, Mrs H P
Bush, Miss S. Gertrude Agnew. Miss
Leah Herman and Mrs. J. N. Harney
, A programme was presented, consist
ins of impromptu stunts, followed by
cards and dancing. Refreshments were
served at the close of the evenings
amusements. The following were
quests: Miss Lina Kennedy Boise.
Idaho: Mrs. D. U Brace. Mr. and Mrs.
It. L Marquis, of Hood River; Mrs
Jessie Tnylor. Miss Jessie Skinner: Dr"
Ernest H. Gilbert. Vincent F Will.
Morris DeWUt. C W. Osborne. Jamw
GERTRUDE F. CORB
POPULAR MATRON WHO IS ONE
ralJ" AnuiLuwiK Mission
Patterson, George Karnopp, Paul Bil-
ungton. Komayne Brand, Cecelia Stab-
er, i,arl Husby. Julia Aune and Clav-
ton Miller. Miss Jessie Skinner cava
On Tuesday Mrs. L. H. K1ari nt 1694
East Sixteenth street, Sellwodd, en
tertained with a luncheon in honor of
Mrs. J. W. McBride, who recently re
turned from a ' Summer's visit in
Olympia, Wash. In the afternoon 27
women of the Spokane-ave. Preshv-
terian Church were invited, the enter
tainment being In the nature of a
home-coming welcome to the guest of
Kappa Alpha Theta will meet with
Mrs. Horace Fenton this afternoon at
i:J0 o clock at her residence, 421 East
Twenty-fourth street, corner of East
Mrs. Henry McCraken left Sunday
for a visit to the exposition in San
Francisco, and was accompanied by her
daughter, Mrs. George Cotnet Mason,
and the latter's son, George, Jr.
An event that is being looked for
ward to by a large following of dev
otees is the dancing party by the
Boulevard Club, which will be given at
Vincent's Hall. The committee in
charge of the affair is composed of
Mrs. Guy Thomas Ketcheson, Mrs. C.
C. Shay, Dean Vincent and George Den
holm. The Rose City Park Club will give a
dancing party this evening, cards also
being a feature of the evening's enter
tainment. A special attraction will be
the exhibition of modern dances by
Robert A. Bowlby and Miss Frances
Ross. The hosts for the evening will
be Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Howell and Mr.
and Mrs. A. R, Ritter.
With multi-colored leaves and green
ery converting their house, at East
Ninth street and Broadway, into sem
blance of an Autumnal forest, the Xi
Psi Phi fraternity gathered for a Hal
loween dance Saturday night. A banjo
player from a local theater contributed
special numbers and music for the
dancing. Light refreshments were
served and appropriate supper favors
RS. GEORGE THACHER GUERN
SEY, of Independence, Kan., can
didate for the ofllce of president-
general of the National Society, Daugh
ters of the American. Revolution, is a
visitor in Portland. In company with
Mrs. Willard T. Block, of Chicago, Na
tional chairman of the liquidation fund
of the Daughters of the American Revo
lution, Mrs. Guernsey is touringr the
Western states. She will leave tomor
row for Seattle and Tacoma, and later
will go to California.
Mrs. Guernsey has just announced
her candidacy, and is receiving- many
assurances that in 1917 she will be
successful in attaining the high office
for which those who know her are
willing to vouch that she is eminently
Last April Mrs. Guernsey ran against
CilESDAR FOR TODAY.
Dance Boulevard Dancing Club
Rose City Park Club this even
ing. Cards and dancing special
Kappa Alpha Theta meeting
2:30 today, Mrs. Horace Fentons
Cards and dancing Multnomah
Tea for Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth
Guernsey today by Mrs. J. Martin
Visiting Nurse Association,
this morning. Medical building.
Women's Political Science Club,
Library 2:30 o'clock.
Alberta Women's Club, to
night, with Mrs. J. R. Sharp.
Aloha Psychology Club, Mor
gan building, tonight.
Portland Shakespeare . Club,
"Much Ado About Nothing." St.
David's parish house tonight.
Corriente Club, with Mrs. Mar
Chapman, 3 o'clock.
Franklin High, in Richmond
School, 8 P. M.
Holman, 3 P. M.
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V- - ' . s& t J -
OF THE EARNEST WORKERS FOR
CARNATION SALE ON SATURDAY.
Mrs. William Cummlng Story for the
office, and was defeated. It was Mrs.
Story's courtesy term, and the Kansas
candidate said that she hardly expected
to be elected, but she demonstrated
the fact that she had many friends,
and will make the attempt again. She
enters a clear field, so far, as no one
else has been announced.
"In New York some of the women
think Kansas is very far West, and
they ask me if I ever get magazines
to read or a chance to go to a concert.
But the war and the fair have caused
many to travel to the Pacific Coast,
and those who have been here will not
ask those questions any more," Mrs.
Guernsey said, and then launched into
praises of the Pacific States. She has
been here several times before, and
has a wide acquaintance in Oregon and
California. She has interests in New
York, too, having a Summer home In
Chautauqua, N. Y.
Mrs. Guernsey is regent of the Kan
sas State Daughters of the American
Revolution. Her sister, Mrs. L B.
Kellogg, is president of the State Fed
eration of Women's Clubs of Kansas,
and another sister, Mrs. Charles A.
Aull, is state regent of Nebraska. Mrs.
Percy V. Pennybacker, president of the
General Federation is an intimate
friend of Mrs. Guernsey.
The candidate for the office of president-general
of the Daughters was at
one time principal of the Independence
High School and president of the School
Board. She is a member of an old New
England family. Of her campaign she
says: "I will not indulge in per
sonalities, and will win if the loyal
women support me. After "the recent
election Mrs. Story said she was glad
that the fight had been clean."
Mrs. Guernsey is possessed of a
tumimng personality. sne Is sincere
Spooks, fortune telling and all old
fashioned Halloween stunts were in
evidence at the Mazamas' Halloween
party Friday night, at their clubrooms
in the Northwestern Bank building.
Decorations apd games made the party
A novel party was given Friday aft-
ernoon by Mrs. Mary J. Stewart, who
was hostess to members of the Port
land Research Club at her home at
.cast jf orty-seeond street South.
ine party took the form of a fagot
blaze, each guest being given a fagot
which she burned in' the hearth while
in some manner she contributed to the
afternoon's entertainment. In this way
a number of enjoyable readings, songs
and piano solos were rendered.
At the close of the happy affair Miss
Eva Benson, cousin of the hostess and
an excellent pianist, played several se
lections. Mrs. Stewart was assisted by
her daughter. Miss Eva Stewart, and
her cousin, Miss Benson.
A meeting of all the chairmen of
social service departments of all the
Portland Parent-Teacher Circles will
be held Friday morning at 10:30 o'clock
KATE PAID $25 CASH
EDITH, $19.50, ON
Which has the prettier Suit? Well,
it's a "draw," the odds are on Edith's
side, if anywhere. She says everyone
admires "that beautiful new suit."
On the other hand, while Kate looks
pretty in her suit, too, still she feels
decidedly abused. You can't blame her,
either. She realizes now that she could
have taken her $25 up to CHERRY'S
and bought not only a Buit, but some
Jaunty Fox Furs. And, of course, she
feels pretty envious of Edith, who did
that very thing.
It seems that every Winter suit
worth noticing is trimmed with fur.
And CHERRY'S is absolutely THE
place to buy them. They've sold out
two former assortments already and
have a brand new one now at the
same price $19.50.
You're doubtless familiar with
CHERRY'S famous system of paying
a fraction down and the rest by the
week or month. And, by the way, they
have Just received a beautiful line or
English .Tweeds. Priestly's make, of
raincoats good for rain ' or shine.
Don't forget their address 889 - S91
Washington street, in the Pittock
Is There Any
Nearly every woman
can cook some foods
better than she can
Why is this?
Why is it that a wo
man will say, ,fI didn't
have much luck, with
my roast"? What does
she mean? ,
She meajis she has
failed somehow to re
tain all the flavors that
were in the meat
her roast lacked flavor.
Buy a box from your
. jjciH-aiessen jjeaier,
mis is. oteero duties are sola in t
50 and 100 Cubes. Be sure you
There are imitations.
Schleffelin Co., Distributors, New
Mide bit American Kitchen Produots Co.. New Yofk . m JJs5""' '
Awarded Medal of JFfono:
at Panama-Pacific Exposition
San JFraneimco, 19 IS
in room H of the rVntrAl T.lhrarv A
treasurer will be appointed to receive
dues and money for the maintenance
of a central clothes dispensary bureau.
The regular meeting of the Visiting
Nurse Association will take place this
morning in the Medical building.
The Shakespeare department of the
Portland Woman's Club will meet to
day in Women of Woodcraft Hall. Mrs.
J. C. LaBarre has urged all members
to attend as matters of importance will
be discussed. The lesson will be from
Act 1. "King Lear."
The Corriente Club will meet today
at the home of Mrs. Margaret Hollister,
i iasi sixtieth street. A study of
Persia will be the feature of the after,
noon. Mrs. Charlotte Holcomb, Miss
Nina Klllingsworth and Mrs. M. Jeffer
son will contribute to the programme.
Princess Rahme Haider, the Syrian,
will give an Oriental novelty enter
tainment, tonight in Christensen's Hall
under the auspices of the Theosophical
The Alberta Woman's Improvement
Club will meet tonight at the home of
Mrs. Josephine R. Sharp, 1033 East
Twenty-fourth street North, The presi
dent and delegates will make reports
of the State Federation. The delegates
were Mrs. Katherine Durst, Mrs. M. R.
PROMPT and efficient serv
ice is a hobby with the
quick delivery on the plea of
"taking special pains" with
your glasses while the boy hus
tles them out to another shop
has no place here.
We own and operate on the
premises our specially
equipped lens-grinding shop.
Our stock of blank lenses and
mountings is the largest in the city.
Our five-store purchasing capac
ity minimizes prices. Call and compare.
145 Sixth Street
Between Alder and Morrison Sts.
Floyd Brower, Mgr.
(From Daily Papers of October 18)
True Coffee Economy
EW industries endure
the acid test of time;
assuredly none can
lone survive that
does not exist to serve the
needs of mankind.
Th greafcsf mcnag to th coffee
industry na . th most serious
handicap to its prorrass has been, fend still is, the
Clplpitation of interior grade.
Tlierefofc, I fd Dice wlutinr ever tfaw 1 hear and see tba
Thfre rv ftHl to tMitfi far 0w (Uakr Mnd tht coasuma.
to jeacmbcr in ifets anyueLiom:
fir, ttu its tifHM poet? r psy bWI
W, protNlcsj rt tavi eolfee Irnti roasts!
ttXJUM aaO-jiCK fM . aWHf s
Seconal it H fhnl sat a. r Tally Mrffirt4 mawttm.'TZlr Ae
eat f-ts ob morr Ibn. than on par for: lKsi tt li you rf
0 icnu a aMnd for t4lca in ret tresis' wen oi cUit. ar.d U yam
fiy is crath. M cnu aw il ca-oU, yo ( vala tucil' ia propertiosi
Serrrto. rtnart tk i4eW icehnauora Uu4 iafcnejritjr with eaife ttjt
ioa (o bclM. ifc fK aLMdautl ajf upu tr (fe iiiT kind.
r Ma w to mmfmi md
AT ALL BEST DEALERS!
Dwlght Edwards Company, Portland, Or.
Flavor To Your
When there are
Steero Cubes in the
kitchen, every meat or
soup can have flavor,
for Steero is a con
extract. It is the flavor
of beef, of vegetables,
One or two Steero
Cubes in a roast, a
gravy, a sauce or a -soup
will impart fragrance,
palatability,, snap and
ana nna out
Simply Add Boiling Water
Baird, Mrs. Ava Barnett and Mrs. J. L.
Storla. Mrs. E. H. Hicks, alternate.
The meeting will be open to the public.
Miss Grace DeGraff went to Seattle
a few days ago to address the Btale
Teachers' Association on "The League
of Teachers' Associations." She also
spoke before the College Women's Club
at their luncheon on Saturday. On Sat
urday night Miss. DeGraff spoke before
the Women's Club of Everett. On Sun
day she was entertained at dinner and
gave an address before the Alpha
Gamma Delta Sorority. She was the
special guest of Miss Helen McFaul,
a former student of Washington High
Woodlawn Parent-Teacher Associa
tion will meet on Wednesday in the
Woodlawn School. Mrs. Millie R.
Trumbull will speak on "The Rights
of Children." Several of the pupils of
the school will contribute to the pro
gramme. The email children will be
cared for in the kindergarten while the
mothers attend the meeting.
Chapter C, P. E. O., will hold its
meeting Friday at the home of Mrs. J.
H. Mackenzie, 46 Brown apartments.
Fourteenth and Yamhill streets. Busi
ness meeting and roll call; "Little
Deeds of Kindness." Mrs. W. A. Her
man will report on 'the supreme con
SOTB TUB GUAIUSTEE.
Use half a
can. and if
you are not
a a 1 1 s f led.
ret urn the
tion to your
is a u t b or
ized to re
full p u r
how true T 1
oxes of 12. t a
Tie children whisper at tkej pass;
'That couplf surely has the class r
Such battery is tnly fair
Ftr Ladtavxznna Underxutar.
TThen you visit your dealer and ask to sec the
Lackawanna Twins Underwear, you will find
that each garment bears a ticket containing wash
ing directions. If these simple directions are fol
lowed, the garments will not shrink nor become
TJiis is a feature which cannot be overlooked. Add
to it the fact that the garments are wool, liberally
sized and perfectly made, and you have the most
attractive underwear value it is possible to offer.
Boys' and Girls'
Vests, Pants and Drawers Union Suits
50c to 251.00 $ 1.00 to S1.50
The Lackawanna Twins $1.00 Union
Suit ranks as tht test value in America.
For Sale by
Olds, Wortman & King
We Take Great Pleasure in Announcing the Ar
rival of a Carload of Beautiful
These instruments include all the styles in uprights,
player pianos and grands, and will be on display this
week at our salesrooms. People who are interested in
pianos are cordially invited to visit us and hear these
wonderful instruments. We want to prove to you that
even a trip across the continent does not throw a Knabe
piano out of tune. You will see and hear them as they
were when released for shipment by the staff of expert
Reed-French Piano Mfg. Co.
TENTH AND STARK STREETS
Go Northern Pacific Ry.
The Yellowstone Park Line.
To Chehalis Centralia
On the night train, sleeping cars-NEW STEEL, of most modern de
sign are open for pceupancy at 9:30 P, M. Coaches and smoking
cars of steel. ,
The two parlor-car day trains, leaving Portland 7:35 A. M. and 4:10
P. M., have smoking car, coaches, dining cars, brand-new steel con-,
To Vancouver, B. C, via Seattle
at Seattle with boats for
TO HONOLULU. Ask about the
FAST steamship of
MALTED MILK S
Unfas you say "HORLtOK'S?
jroa may got m Substitute
and rail or boat. Close connections
Victoria and to Alaska points.
For tickets, reservations, all information,
apply to 255 Morrison St. Phones; Main 244,
Charlton, A. G. P. A., Portland, Or,
Winter Excursions on the NEW,
G. N. P. S. S. Co.
AWflROEO GOLD AACbtl.
SAH FRANCISCO EXPOSITION,