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i WELL-KNOWN PORTLAND GIRL WHOSE W EDDING LAsT Mu"l
. . PROVES GENUINE SURPRISE.
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A war ef' ef vtolata.
Tha o'n cri I'tt tt KM f"r
in th wl n Utr will I
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f.4r hr i:t horn ! la
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Wf. t'"' I Srarfnra) fnam. a
i.mAar ef f.r Krr TM frrtillr.
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buiB. Th eun ppl fl hi
mif. f r aaearal nontl'. hut ati-
nm dial th -rl ! to their
Vrii f.mttrt flhbii to
m Btimher ef frtn-l MlurUT tttumr
rv-ln Bjojre-I an4 dainty
rr a arl Th frBt r:
rn. ttl WiUI. tri nla. Jan
V l -I ."! t.uB'an Oatrnjaa) an4 ltBry
Wlrk. -hr Weat. Ja.-h VTt-k. frl
CimmiDfi, Mr. an. Mr. A. Wnn.
a a a
Vi r:ornr '.hr Btrtlo4 en
lna. at hr hem. 4 Klrby
ift. f r uper rrty b-I mf rnvI
)n. . t'ar trt pt ij for M.
Th (cli rf: Ml..a lUlo B-1
Ifil,) K.a. Viol an4 Manila Idstay.
Vary r miac. Annatt Waaarly. I.jji
Ki.nfvttt aa.l ;air Un.l. Iiaory
tiU. A4 Ol"n. I.y Ttrln. Harry
ma y. l:y llia!y. R:ph Tk. liar
low Tat. Il.rtxrt l.Kr rwl Irene U
Mr. A. nhmo' charity ! will
aotaM vat "f thu eftarnoon at
her hoena. : .-rtft Twanty-f tftb.
tract, coraar Northrup tlraat. Th
rroc4a will b n"l f r th work, of
In S.tr of l.ral lneoicnt VovlaCjr.
All atret4 art latttxl.
a a a
Mr. an4 Mr. I. N. n!cnnar nler
taaa4 a marry party of younc po
ri UjC KM Witl bo pf!i ( th
Hrphaum. fulloeiaU by docln and a
at-1 ; t r au;pr at Hotal lianaon. In
15 Crystal room. Th oppr tab!
r a4oral wltn an uaua jally arttattc
arraacamafit of thrltm- dacor atlona.
In l rfin; f'.min potattia. hollar ae4
arcran. arTin4 In bakt.
ilr. and Mr. I"ii..-nnar ur war
Vr. an! lr. William ll-Ur Khrraan.
Vi. e4 Mr. ?ianf.-r4 I. tacrt.
Mr. ant Mr. Ilnry V. Miliar, air.
rt Mr. A!5rt ik-hwatta-r. Mr. an4
Mr. U-4 l"rBl. Ma Irrna Wolf,
of l'r.-no. it-!;. Woir. Martaa
MchaL lmily llhrman. Char la i;nr-
mio, ale) ef xn lra-t-o: Maon
l.nrfna. tuia an Arrrtie t;olJmtth.
i:l la Nu.tAl!r anal Ilarbart t'raak.
e e e
On of th marrteat an4 mt 1
fathtfil ef f" wh InCorin! par
t:a wa) th H-ttfm an lopprr prt4!
nur taat nitht hy Mr an4 Mr. John
M l't;a i.-ui r'aanil-ripai at tatr
or tn l!rojt Th af;ir wa to
honor Itoawalt vl, who ha Juat r
t'irn! from t:uffn to p. th holt
dil hi fmllj. About S ai'jaat
tn.rt. th ltpa hoapttalicy. tha bona
heme d.'-ei at t r r-1 i I y with orn
tuna. hj4a4 I'l it. rhryaanthamun.
nt otar fffllow-tuQeJ bloaaoma. A
aiatin th hoafaa at th buffet lop
rr war M Camtll fwh an4 MU
Mr. ". Mr. t. W. Ktirman an4
Chrla llfirman. of I'M "rnrl.'o r
paaainc th h.)iili la I'ortUoJ. aa4
r at Itotal :aotv
a a e
TS annual Thrla'tna party ! t
IN raaMaat of th I'attoa Hum will
tah pia: thi attaraooa. la tT I
mit eororttv aal it That i'bl
fr;ralty combiBinc aa boat for th
rtrn-n. Aa elahurat mu.ical pro
rmm. both toi-al an Inatrumanta..
will b. t-tura of th affair. f.liowa4
ta.-1'..l.M In th pmrrtmrna tra: Mia
t -nrof.hr Hannatt. V!ii4H I'ailatt. Ml
A a- Pial.r a rwf th ITtf'tn l ni
arity l Cluh qa.rft. Albrt Oil
l-ct la u;oit for th Ola l'la an4
th other member ar l'r; loa.
io Un.! an4 Jai-h tv!ph.
f'i..ri. dc! -M l'5ri-tT.i dxoratioaa
wilt adl caiaty to th atrno.phar of
tt liorn. an4 a Ura attaBdanr of
Iia tr'-.t folia I nCtii-4t4 Thar
! wilt b a bi. aparhly fhrlatma
tra. n it rmmbrBCv
e e a
The TrouhaJour anj Cotillion Tut
will hot 1 their ana il Chrtatmaa daw
lna prty tomorrow vntnT at t'ottl
lion llall. -eclat fatura wilt lBclu4
a biT .'hrlatm tra I !! with pr-
nt to be (iin to th dancer durinx
tea srB4 march.
Th wedl.n of Mlaa Alth-a Moa
Kirnml an! Kim-r Urown will be aoi
mnli4 at th rtrat rrvabytartaa
Char' h. corner Twelfth and Alder
atreet.. tonKht. Ml Kimmal ba ba
tnatr-actor for eral year In Kn(tlh
l-a Jefferson liia-h ?- ho-ol. and Mr.
11 row a I prlndral at lrlncon itchool.
loth ar popular In aottal an4 achool
cln-le. A lr Bomber of frlena will
witnea th rtrtmonr. Thre hi-th
cbo-ol boy will art a Sahara, and an
Invitation ha beaa itnd4 to th
atti4Bt to b praaent.
Th aervice will b simple, and there
wlil bo no r-ptlo. a tha jroanc
pop! wiU lea at one for a abort
wedd.saT trio durln lb Chrtatma bolt-
Tha brld will b attnd-l tT hr
l.tar. Mlaa KatharIB Ktmml. and th
bridaarroom br hi friend, r rl ro
hum. Mia Martha Reynold will ba
at tho ora. and lleorce Karnopp will
ainav IU. Joda II. Ho yd. I". E will
ra4 tho marrt aanrlr-
THE blh crowned bat la by no
roaas boldla: tha moat coratad
pUt q fa.hlon. Th. fact that to th
attract woman It I unberomln: ha
bo Urrly raapooaihl for It paoalnc
Loral hop ar rapKiy rrlyln; bon
net-Ilk bat and "an hat that ar
neither too amalL too blah, nor too
larae. Th extremely amall hat.
pervbed at a ""daahlnc". ancl batween
tb ar and . I alao be In drto
out by th newer and mora nibi
atyt. Th fluffy dd hat which
baa bad a timely rn la twins rtrntd
and It futur popularity la Insured
by It attraotivenes.
Malm, load and load of It. I bln
broucht to I'ortland for bonnet and
bat. modld aflr tho by foreign
and Caatera modtata. An Innovation In
maline I a new allvar and old
colored tnat.rtal which la soft, ahtra
mery and substantial.
To what hihia of artistry th mil
liner will soar In thi raw wraith of
opportunity Is jt to bo discovered: at
any rat thry will 10 more to breadth
than belcht. Th open crown with
valval eda-lna-aand fur ar atlll popular.
Th softest of pan velvet with a
llry. pusay willow ahaen or aoft
pearl gray velvet can b beautifully
combined with llver trimmings or fur.
ha been demonstrated by aom of
th milliner who ar d.splaylna- llttl
pleated bat wita edr of (old and
ailver and mysterious llttl puff or
slrtp of fur. A pal yellow bat with
leather trimmin-t I not to be
recarded a too vntureom. for It
merely come a a seo,ue to numbers
of other thins that ar be In shown In
chamois colored material. A llttl
ro-colore. hat with a plara all It
own I on with modish line and a
atanJlna: u? ptcallBS of otlff matin
nd a w bit of a frill about tb
By Mas FAVvitxr.
ONCC upon a tlm thr lived a King
who bad a vry beautiful dauch
ter. liar hair buns; la soldn curl
nd br cheek war the color of peach
lloMoma Tb Kmc had selected for
her buebaad a Prim who owned vast
lands and bandsonl castle, but lb
iTlncea did not want to marry him
be- suae be wa not a toad man.
1 do not oa blm." h would say
wba her father pok of the 1'rinc
a her future busband.
"t-s you want to be aa old maldr
her lather would aak.
"I do not wish to marry. tb frin-
ceaa would reply, -until I meet ine
man 1 can lose and respect, and some
of the saretest ladi I know ar old
maids, a you call them.
Hut th kin was not to be put off
In thi manner and tb day wa aet for
tb weddinc Tb poor llttl lrinrs
b-(4 and p!add. but bar fathar
wa firm: she must marry the frlnce
he had selected.
On n bt whan vrybody In th
cattle wa asleep th ITIncea stole out
ery softly, r-he went to th cava of
aa old wttrh In the wood.
-Mother Witch." she said, "do help
me: I cannot marry th I'rince. I do
not love him." The old wltth told her
she could help her. but she must prom
Is not to blame her for anything that
"Anytbinc wltl be better than marry
Inc a man I do not low." tb rrlnreas
replied. Tb old witch hobbled Into
her cut and returned with a whit
tablet and a tiny phial which held red
-lie home.- she told tho Prlncaea.
-and let them prepare for your wed
dinc: do not fret or find fault. On
your weddinc night after you are
dreeaed. take this tablet, drop this red
liquid on It and swsl.ow It at onre.
The I'rinre will not want you for bis
wife. I wlil promlit you that."
Th Princess thanked hr and went
bark to tb castle, feelins; vry happy.
Th nleht of th wvddinc. when she
we dreeaed In ber bridal gown and
th tl bad bean pinned In place, sh
askd to b I" ft alone for a llttl whlla
A won a sh wa lfl by herself sh
look, irooa a, crt, drawer tho tablet
and tha phlaL Propping; th red liquid
on It ae th old witch told her. she
llftad lb veil and awallowed It.
Than sh rall'd her attendants cad
went to ber walling guests.
The eeremooy was over and the
Prince raleed th veil to saluto hi
bride, but Instead of the pretty far of
the Prlnc. he beheld with horror th
far of a lion.
Tb hand upon which a mlnut b
for ha had placed a wedding ring was
th paw of that savac bar Th
Prlnc f4 from th room and out of
that castle. Th guests, when they b.
held th tarrihl head and paws, f ed
also and th King and Quren were the
only ones left.
The servant were afraid of the
Prince. a Terrible, aa they called her
now. and she had to bid hrrself In a
room In th tower of th castle.
Th King wa In despair and could
not understand th dreadful thing that
had happened to hi one beautiful
Tha Prlnco fld from th country
and waa nver hrd of again, and
th iTIncess wa free.' but he won
dered If after all It would not ba better
to have married the i'rince and re
One night sh sat thinking about
her terrlbi fat and wondering If th
old wltrb Intended sh should always
wear the far of a lion, when sh no
ticed a bright streak of light shining
through th window of her tower
room. A fairy walked along thi bright
path, and aa she cam in front of the
Princess she said: 'I hava had a bard
task to find you: th witch sent me. but
she did not say where you were and
I bav had to hunt. 5he told mo to
give you thl." she said, handing the
ITIncess a white tablet.
-You ar to rub this between your
hands, or paws." she said, as sh
glanced at the sharp claws, "and then
you are to rub It on your faca and
Aa soon aa th fairy had gone the
Princess b'gan rubbing the tablet as
th fairy had directed. White foam.
Ilk soap lather, soon formed and the
Princess rubbed It over her face and
The next morning she saw that her
hand were as they had been before
tb wedding, but as there was no mir
ror In the room sh could not be eure
about her face.
When th Klnr and Qieeo brouirht
They are cheerful. Interesting- and
different, and everyone lovea them.
Imported Hartx Mountain, the most
beautiful singers on earth: their
cheery songa are like sunshine to the
eoul. Call and hear them sing
mornlncs la beat. r.rAKASTEED
01 TIGERS S3. 50. 95 and 10.
CAbFA, very Urge assortment.
1.25 to S3.SO and up.
Plants Ferns and Palms
Very appropriate for ANTONE. Perhaps you know aome
ONE whom you can remember in NO OTHER WAT. W
laav a very larg aad eholre aartBeat of baadaosse plants.
better la tho city aad ataa prated a low.
Tteantl'nl email nlanfa with or without Pretty
Jardiniere, 25 to 50J: extra fine ones from 7oc
to S1.50: magnificent large specimens from 82
to 5. Call and reserve plants early.
GOLD FISH AND
An aquarium la a beautiful ornament. The
bright, active goldfish are very interesting-, a per
petual source of amusement for both old and
young- folks. GOLDFISH 15c to 1.50 each.
Aqt ARUMS Small 15c to 50t: large 75 to
S2.SO and up to S7.50. Over 1000 fish on hand.
DUflVC MAIW 5936
I iiUila, A
CrT HOLLY HOLLY WREATHS
CEDAR ROPING ORKGOV RA
MISTLETOE) WITH BERRIES.
J-viri69 2D Sv.W Bet. Morrison 6 YarA
BTORH OPEX EVEM.bl V.VTIL, i30 THIS MEEK.
her breakfast they dropped th dishes,
they wera so surprised and overjoyed,
for there waa their daughter aa beau
tiful aa sh ever bad been.
Tb Klnr gave a ball In honor of
her rarover from what ha felt aure
waa some terrlbi malady, and all the
people from rollea around wera In
vited. Prince and youDff men who
wer of lowly station.
Th King hoped that tho Princess
would choosa a husband, but aha said.
-No," sh would remain single ana
llv with ber father and mother, and
when they wera old they wera glad
she bad not left tbem.'
And the King found that tba un
married daughter was a greater bless
ing than she would have been had
sh married aa he wished.
(Copyright, tats, by th MrClure -.ewepapar
ELEVATOR TIME EXTENDED
Sis Months Is Allowed for Safety
Repairs Cntler Ordinance.
Th City Council yesterday passed
an emergency ordinance granting aix
months" extension of lime from Janu
ary 1 in which owners of buildings
where automatic elevatora are Installed
hall have to build In safeguards aa
outlined In an ordinance passed by the
Council several months ago. Tho de
lay in enforcement of tbe ordinance
waa granted because all the chances
required by tho ordinance could not be
made within the time given.
The ordinance Is aimed to make the
utomatio llfta safer. The principal
change la the requiring of all doors
to be flush with the elevator shaft and
requiring tha removal of projections In
LIQUOR SALE NOT PUNISHED
Jury Hoc Not Convict PruRglKt on
That Iho Jury In the caee against R.
T Barkman. druggist, would not con
vict him on a. charge of bootlegging
on evidence obtained and submitted by
a spotter" was Indicated by tho ver
dict It returned yesterday In Circuit
Judge McGinn'a court.
John Cummlskey wss the complain
ing wltnexs and Informer In the case,
lie bought the whisky from Barkmnn.
representing that his wife wss 111. The
Jury returned to the court for special
Instruction with reference to the repu
tation of tho druggist, which appeared.
tr n good.
GIVE ME SOMETHING TO
'If You Really Want to Please
Tha fa the plea I've been hearing
on every hand. So I'm going take them
all at their word I'm going to buy all
my Chri.-tmas gifts at CHERRY'S, and
I'm going to pay for them BY THE
"Do you know. Etta, I'va bought my
own clothes there for a couple of yeara?
Oh. yes. I couldn't get along without
Cherry'a Credit System!
"How do you think a new TValst
would do for my chum? I think I'll
buy her one from CHERRY'S special
line at $3.9i the dearest fancy Waist
imaginable! I've planned a surprise
for my aister a new Party Dress. And
for my mother I'll get a smart new
black Fox Stole, and a nice Smoking
Jacket for brother Tom. v
"I haven't planned my other gifts
yet. but I'm leaving It to CHERRY'S
at la.ailn elUnlav ji flva tYI A I Hs-AJI-
laBllliatlUK f'i; o - -
or perhaps I will purchase merchan
dise oraera xor in mi. a m ku.ub
as a - ...-. Thatf -nr.- Ill slaw at f) A II
mcra tuinui - "
evenings till 9 P. M. Their address ia
389-391 Washington street. In the Plt
I" ,- :.itet.ym-.
Lai art ! r-irn '
ASK FOR and GET
Cheap substitutes cost YOU earns price.
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L iiuuoLi uur Vyiiiiauiids xu.o . - -.
the special holiday prices on the most comprehensive stock
' of high-grade furs in Portland. Liebes' Fur Garments are
all bench-made in Liebes' Portland workrooms from furs brought
in on Liebes ships from Liebes Arctic stations you save the
middlemen's profit! Buy today.
Fur Set, Fur Neckpiece. Fur Muff, Fur Coat, Children' Fur
288 Morrison Street
At the Sign of the Bear
J. P. Plagemann, Mgr.
r Tj era f-5fiKTOW
Christmas trees in many homes this year
:n k, cirrritnHrl hv electrical pilts.
HUI -'w " " J .
- M . Tit - 1 utald
and make crisp, hot toast right at the breakfast
An Electric Flatiron trill save much time and labor in
the laundry. . . . ... ,
An Electric Chafing Dish 13 an appropriate gift for
sister while father and brother would enjoy coffee from an
electric percolator of either the pot or urn type.
Dainty tid-bits broiled on the e-.ec.nc rrflZ will delight
the whole family.
We have an electrical gift for every member of the
family. Come and see our display.
Open Till 9:00 P. M.
You Can Go Home
If you take advantage of the Low Round-Trip Fares
that the Southern Pacific will have on sale for the
December 23, 24, 25, 31, January 1, between all sta
tions of Southern Pacific in Oregon. Return limit
You Can Go to California, Too!
The holiday round-trip rates also apply from Oregon
to California destinations on the following dates:
Dec. 23, 24, 25, 30, 31, Jan. 1. Return limit of Jan. 3.
$12.75 saved on round trip to Los Angeles
$13.25 saved on round trip to San Francisco
Corresponding; reductions to all points
Aak the local agent!
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent
Christmas Packages Delivered
Any Part of the City
We will deliver Christmas packages weighing not to exceed fifteen
(15 pounds) to any address in the city for TWENTY-FIVE (25)
Packages can be left at either of our offices, for delivery on De
cember 24 or 25. We will make delivery at whatever hour and day
We are the oldest messenger delivery company in the city, and you
are safe in trusting packages to us for delivery.
Leave your packages with us any time, and we will deliver as per
For further information telephone us at MAIN 29 or A 2929.
City Messenger and Delivery Co.
127 Eleventh St, Half Block South of Washington St.
Or FEDERAL TELEGRAPH OFFICE, No. 7 Board of Trade
Building, Fourth and Oak Sts.
Write at once for our new free catalog in which are plainly
listed and priced the best and oca, - h?
brands ot liquors. . ou wm uyu who
cf buying by mail rrom-wnoieaaier-iu-wu
aumer most economical and satisfactory.
AH order will be filled in exact conformity witn cno
new law. How this law atfects you in fas applica
tion i et forth conctocly in our catalog. Wo
1 .... M,e mwuln anrl m nromrjc service ve
ari ffuaranm o- - ; ,L . , .Ti
-'V cciuwt advertise after January I st, therefore will
ffk bo unable to communicate with you unlets you
-lo I'M aT ' -- I-VI . r a-v n (III
TAYLORE vici yuui name vn r
U ai iw ,.. I MrC li cf nnw
ourmailind list now
i: Write for our price, on OLD TAYLOR, yellow label, oottled u,
bond, ion wui do
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