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THE 6DKDAY OREGONIAK, PORTLAND, NOVEMBER -27, 19Q. u
NEWS OF THE WEEK IN
THE past week, -with Its family re- i
unions on Thanksgiving day and the
numerous dances, teas and card par
ties, not to speak of the Thursday football
game, has been a very pleasant one for
Portland people. The Multnomah club
men gave a smoker on Wednesday even
ing, music by Parsons' Orchestra having
been provided for the guests' entertain
ment, A charming entertainment of Wednes
day afternoon was a tea given by Mrs.
M. Lang, at her home on West Park
Mrs. John Rlttenhouse. Stephens gave a
charming luncheon on Monday, entertain.
Ing the Tuesday Riding Club, In honor of
Miss Maude Gllllland, whose marriage to
Mr. Hughes took place last evening. It
was a red and white luncheon, the table'
having pretty decorations of carnations.
Another pretty luncheon In Miss Gilll
land's honor was given on Tuesday by
Mrs. A. S. Norton, at Elton Court
Portland people who spent Thanksgiving
at Hotel Moore, Seaside, were: H. TV.
Scott and wife. Judge and Mrs. Alfred
Sears, Miss E. TV. Morse, Miss R. K. Wat
son, Mrs, W. M. Whldden. Mrs. E. I
Canby, Mrs. Mundt Mrs. G. W, Ross, E.
Ehrman and wife. S. Mason. Ehrman,
Emily R. Ehrman, Miss Mabel Beck, Mrs.
Ben Selling. Mrs. E. Slchel arid'chlldren,
Mrs. S. Werthelmer. Miss A. E. Parry,
Portland; M. B. Cassell, Mayvllle. N. !.;
Miss E. M. Lanyon. Miss E. H. Creswell,
Miss A. L. Clapp, Miss Hilda, Hexter.
The above ladies are teachers from St
The Iaughters of St. David gave a
dance -at Larowe hall last evening, Mrs.
Whitney L. Boise, Mrs. James N. More,
Mrs. J. F. Brady. Mrs. A. R. Church and
Mrs. S. E. Josephl acting as patronesses.
The decorations were of Autumn leaves
and pumpkin lanterns, and the pro
grammes, hand-painted, were cut In the
shape of lanterns. The girls of the so
ciety are charming young hostesses, and
a large number of their friends were
Those who attended the Nineteen Hun
dred Club's opening party for the "Winter,
given on Tuesday evening, were delighted
with the entertainment which was one
of the most enjoyable dances ever given
by the club. The music, by'Parsons Or
chestra, included many new numbers, and
the hall, with its gay Japanese decora
tions, looked very attractive; particularly
as so many pretty gowns were worn.
Mrs. Fletcher Linn Iras returned from
Seattle, where she was Mrs. A. S. Kerry's
guest. Mm Kerry gave" a charming
luncheon and card party In -Mrs. Linn's
honor, and Mrs. James,W. Cllss gave her
a luncheon at her beautiful home on
Queen Anne Hill.
Mrs. S. Julius Mayer . entertained her
whist club very pleasantly on Friday af
ternoon at her home on North Eighteenth
street Whist was played at five tables.
EVENTS OF THE'WEEK.
The children in "The Home" In South
Portland spent a. very happy Thanksgiv
ing day. ' Their dinner was served at
2:30 o'clock' -from a- table shaped like a
letter T. After, air were seated, a boy
and a girl, alternate, and a .devotional
moment In concert spent, they were asked
of what letter the table reminded them?
"Letter T" rang out promptly. '".What
does the letter T stand for?" was next
asked. "Turkey, table, Thanksgiving'
came"Tn hearty response from all -directions.
As they seemed eager lor the good
things before them, an explanation as to
why the last Thursday In November Is
always celebrated and what to commem
orate, was omitted.
Four Immense turkeys were carved In
the presence of the children, while in
from the kitchen came cranberry sauce,
pumpklnj potatoes and gravy In great
abundance were served. When all plates
had been removed and tables made clean,
a pleasant feature was the turning on of
the lights, while the curtains were drawn
simultaneously, and a new surprise was
brought In, a sauce of Ice cream and a
large one,, too for every child; then came
frosted cakes. The -latter were gifts of
the- .schoolchildren. Each child, upon
leaving the table, carried a fine red apple
to eat later In their nurseries.
After the meal every one in the Home
repaired to the larger nursery, where
Elnging, games and mild athletic sports
were enjoyed. At 6 o'ejock candy, nuts
and popcorn were given the children.
Soon the smaller ones formed in line.
knelt and after prayers and a goodnight
song, retired. The larger children lis
tened to storytelling and enjoyed more
games until the clock struck 9. Thelr
emlllng faces, 58 of them, and joyous
voices were ample assurance that a glad
day had biJcn happily spent
The entire dinner was the gift of a
generous public. The table decorations
were from the' Home's lawn, consisting of
holly, roses (buds and full blown), mignon
itte and geraniums.
, The day's pleasure was. greatly en
hanced through- the kindness of John Gil
bert and A. ; Goldstein, two young men
who, for the love of the children, have
been giving- regularly to the Home chil
dren, instructions In marching, use Of
clubs, wanes and other aunetlc sports.
On Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. S.
Up man maintained their reputation as
lellghtful entertainers at the second of a
jeries. of. dinners to be given by them this
Winter at their1 "beautiful home on King's
HUL It would" be difficult to imagine a
mote elegant home affair than the dinner
planned by Mrs. LMpman for the entertain-
ment of her guests. The dining-room was
beautifully decorated with yellow and
green as the prevailing colors, the table
aelng banked with ferns and yellow chrys
inthemums. Carrying out the color
scheme, the service was tln white and
goldr and clusters- of electric lights served
to 'heighten the effect of the gleaming
crystal and sliver appointments, the table
presenting a very brilliant picture. The
name cards, hand-painted, were notewor
thy of the artistic taste of the hostess,
wd. In fact, no detail, however minute.
cvas lacking to make the affair a most
enjoyable one. Mr. and Mrs. LJpman's
guests -WercU- -Mrs. Aaron Meier, Mr. and
Mrs. Leon -HIrsch, Mr, and Mrs. Sol Ros
enfeld, Mr. and Mrs. Slgmund Frank, Mr.
ana Airs. a. jn. xjpman and -Sir. will Lip.
There was a merry gathering at the
residence ot air. ana Mrs. W. W.
Shinn, Wednesday evening, November
lv. the ..occasion helng- their 15th wea
ning anniversary. The rooms -werft
tastefully decorated with roses, chrys
anthemums and Oregon holly. The
evening- was spent in music and whist
two-.jjriies being: won by Mrs. Ogelbee,
Mr. XJrfer, Mrs. Downing and Mr.
Klepper. -Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. W. E, . Henderson. Mr. and Mrs.
James TuggMr. "irntl Mrs. J. Duncan,
Mr. and, Mrs. AV. Charters. Mr. and Mrs.
O. G. Downing-. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Ur-
fer, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ogelbee. Mr.
- and Mrs. M. Klapper. Mr. and Mrs. W.
R. Griffith, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Clark,
Mr. and Mrs. C Crosswhlte. Mr. and
Mrs. W.- Neidermark, Mrs. I. Holmes,
Mcs. C W. Ryan, the Misses Duncan,
the Misses Nledermark and Miss Alice
On Wednesday, at 1 o'clock, a very In
teresting and entertaining-programme was
held at the Falling school, under the'
direction of Principal L. W. Pratt. The
assembly hall was elaborately decorated
with Oregon grape and Autumn flowers
and leaves, and presented a pretty plcy
picture. The following programme was
rendered: President's proclamation, Miss
Lean Richards; song, boys of Miss Bird's
room; Governor's proclamation, Benton
Sawyer; violin duet two girls. Miss Por
ter's class; Thangs giving piece, boys of
miss nauey s class; song. - uiq u nanKS
givlng Time," school; .dialogue, girls of
Miss Bird's class; song. "The Maids,"
Miss Porter's class; song, "My Oregon,"
school. Many contributions 'were brought
in by the little- ones, and 'all seemed
happy and filled with Thanksgiving
' The F. F. F. Card ClUb, which has been
a pleasant feature of neighborhood social
life.on Portland Heights for a number of
years, met with Mr. and Mrs. George C.
Flanders on Friday, the host and hostess
giving their guests a very enjoyable, jsven
ing. Five hundred was the game played,
Mrs.! Pan ton and Mr. Fuller winning the
first prizes and Mrs. Smith and Mr. Mc
Gulre the consolation. Those nresent In
cluded Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Fuller, Mr. and
Mrs. W. II- Fear, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Fleming. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Mason, Mr.
and Mrs. Wlnslow Bradford, Mr, and Mrs.
H." Hall. Mr. and 'Mrs'. H". G.'RamsdeH.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McGuIre, Mr. and
Mrs. H. F.- Biles. Mr.' and Mrs. J. Smith.
Mr., and .Mrs. James Ewlpg, Judge and
Mrs. Gelsler, Dr. and Mrs. A. C, Pan ton.
A farewell party was given Mrs. E.
E. Masten by the 1305 Whist Club, at
"the residence of Mrs. James Mead. Pro
gressive whist was the afternoon's en
tertainment Mrs. Masten leaves soon
for Albuquerque. N.- M to spend the
Winter, and before returning will visit
her old home In Indiana. Among those
present were Mrs. I. Downing, Mrs.
GUbaugh. Mrs. Card, Mrs. Seely, "Yrs.
Fox, Mrs; McCormick, Mrs. A. A. Kad-
derly; Mrs. Charles Kadderly, Mrs.
Holmes. Mrs. O. G. Downing, Mrs.
Pfiaum, Mrs. Windier. Mrs. Sherrlt. Mrs.
OHIe Stevens, Mrs. Grueber, Mrs. will
Mathiot Mrs. Pfaff. Mrs. Ford, Mrs.
Mead "and Mrs.' Routlege.
The Times, of "Louisville, Ky has.
under date of November 18, the follow
ing: Mrs. John R. Neat entertained at
luncheon yesterday at hen home, 131S
East Main street for her guest. Miss
Ethel BeharrelL of Portland. Or. Yel
low and white chrysanthemums were
used In decorating: the dining-room, a
large mound occupying the center of
the table. The same colors were em
ployed in the ices and confections.
Those present were Mesdames James
Forman, William P. Lewis, Misses Anne
Lehmann, Helen Krebs, Drue FaWcett.
Jennie Slmonson. Jessamine Bolivia.
May Morrill. Kate Gordon and Edna
Browning, bf Louisville.
Mn. and Mrs. David S. Williams en
tertained on Wednesday- evening In honor
of the young people who assisted at their
wedding. The house was beautifully
decorated with chrysanthemums. Those
present were: Dr. and Mrs. F. I. Ball,
Mr. and- Mrs. Floyd. S. Evarts, Mrs. C. A.
Townsend, the Misses Broughton, Cold
well. Docrnbeoher. George, Hunt Hutch
inson. Morgan, Spencer, Palmer; Messrs.
Brooklrigs, Carey, Jones, Hutchinson,
MacNaughton, Nelson and Rice.
Mr. and Mrs. 'George H. Andrews an
nounce the engagement of their daugh
ter, Louise, to Mr. William L. Paterson.
The wedding will take place during the
The Tuesday Afternoon Club met at
the . home of Mrs. A A. Bailey. Lunch
eon was served at 1 o'clock and the
dining-room was prettily decorated
with flowers of the club colors. The
subject of the, study was "Beo-wulf "
the programme being- directed by th
hostess. Mrs. W. P. Kneeland told of
Hygelac; Mrs. J. D. Young of Beowulf
and the dragon; Mrs. A. A. .Bailey and
Mrs. A. Crofton the funeral pyre. A
general discussion followed.
The next meeting- will be held at the
home of Mrs. W.. B. Hall, 75 East
Twenty-eighth street North, November
The Ohio Society met in the K. of P.
Hall Friday night Judge Cake, president.!
of the society, presiding. After a short
business session, an especially Interesting
programme was given. Miss Lars en's vio
lin numbers were enthusiastically re
ceived. Mrs. Vcrna Welch-Royal And Mrs.
W. D. Deavcr gave several vocal numbers
which delighted the audience. Mra E. M.
Bergen's piano selections were beautifully
executed, and displayed the artistic abil
ity which Is characteristic of her playing.
Mrs. R. R. Giltner gave some readings,
which were very entertaining. A delight
ful social time completed the evening.
The Aqua Pura Whisteria Club met
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cook,
at Mount Tabor, on Saturday evening;
the evening being passed very -pleasantly
at the club's favorite game. Miss
Gibson and Mr. Malchester won first
prizes and Mrs. Malchester and Mr.
Wickllne the consolation. Supper was
served at the end of tbe game. The
club, which has 30 members, nearly all
residents of Sunnyslde, enjoys th
meetings very much- and expects to
continue these until June. They meet
next Saturday at the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. William Dalziei.
A very successful entertainment was
given at the Patton Methodist Episcopal
Church on Friday evening. The pro
gramme included some delightful songs
and readings, "which were as follows:
Piano solo, Miss Winona Bressler; bari
tone solo, Mr. L C. Staples: reading, MlS3
Mabel Gulovson; soprano solo. Miss Lil
lian Croasman; reading, Mr. Crounse; trio.
Misses Irene Stokes, Rebecca Redman and
Marguerite Robinson; tenor solo, C M.
Godfrey reading, Mlsa Bertha Loper;
contralto solo. Miss Alice Justbn; whis
tling solo, Mr. W. J. Gerrlsh; reading, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. M. Jamison were at
home on Friday evening to Mrs. Jamison's
Bible class. There was- delightful violin
music during the evening by Miss Velrose
Sharp, with Miss Maud Belcher and F. E.
Watklns at the piano. The house was
decprated In a very pretty way with Ore
gon holly, ferns and red carnations. Miss
Rita Allen, the class president received
with Mr. and Mrs. Jamison, who were
also assisted In entertaining their guests
by Mrs. -S. E. Seigner. Mrs. T. H. Fearev.
Wendell Poulsen, Milton Runyon, Harold
Rounds, Harper Jamison and Myron Bald
Mrs. Wentz the consolation prizes. The
next of the series will bo given on De
"Les Jeunesse," one of the new danc
ing club3, gave Its first party, which was
a -decided success, on Friday evening, "at
Parsons hall. Most of the members 'bf
the University of Oregon football team'
were present, besides the students of the
university who came home for the
Thanksgiving holidays. Mrs. C. L Mas
tick, Mrs. C M. Stcadman and Mrst J. F.
Strauhal were patronesses. .
A. party which Included Rev. Amos Ken
worthy, Mr. and Mrs. Abner Blair, Bev.
and Mrs. Martin Cook. KInley Blair,
James Vestal. Silas Comer, Milton New-,
lln, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Smith. Mrs?
J. T. Osborn. Mrs. Nathan White, Mrs.
E. H Woodward Seth Mills and Presl-'
dent McGrew, of Newberg, Or., visited in
Portland last week, while attending the'
conference at the Friends' Church.
Cathedral Court ?37, Catholic Order of
Forcsten gave the second of its series
of socials Monday evening, in the hall.
Sixth and Washington streets Over 75
couples were in attendance, and a most
enjoyable time was passed. The commit
tee in charge consisted of Dr. A. F. Pctzel,
John, Doyle and Joseph O'Farrell. There
will bo no socials during Advent
Mrs. Ralph. R. Dunlway entertained the
Progress Club at her residence last Mon-
belle Cawpfeelir tfeugHter oT Mr. and
Mrs, Horace-a. C&pbelL 'ffu married
o William Mel via Plimpton. Mr.
Goodrich, organist of St David's, ar
ranged the decorations, placing white
cosmos 1b brass vases. aVound. the chan
cel, back of which there was a small
forest of palms. Oregon holly veiled
the chandeliers and the softened light
seemed- to add -to the inmpressiveness
of the service. v.The ceremony began at
S o'clock, the vested choir leading the
procession singing an old English
The bride's sister. Mrs. IT. L. Perkins.
.was matron -of 'honor, and Fred S. Ham
lin was Mr. Plimpton's best man. Be
sides the matron ot honor, the bride's
attendants were Mrs. -Fred S. Hamlin,
Miss Stella Frd.-Mlss Johanna Wun
derll and Mlsa Judith' Allraan. Joseph
Abbott D, H.. Stephenson, Dr. T. I Per
kins and Charles L. Campbell, of Spo
kane, a cousin of the bride, were usb-
ers- Rev. George B. Van Waters, rector.
"of St David's, read the marriage serv
ice, after which, the choir boys lead
ing the way, "the tyridal party marched
into the vestry. After the .registration
the organist played the "Bridal Chorus"
from "Lohengrin" as they left the
The bride's gown was a. dainty one
of lace over chiffon and taffeta, with
deep lace bertha and "braided rlbbcfn
girdle. She woro pearls and orango
blossoms and carried a bouquet of bride
roses and white hyacinths. Mrs. Per
kins' gown was of light blue spangled
net with yellow chrysanthemums. Miss
Ford and Mrs. Hamlin- wore charming
Dolly Varden gown3 of blue and white.
Miss Munderll and Miss Allman wear
ing white and yellow.
A wedding reception was held at the
bride's home on East Twelfth street
Here the decorations wero yellow and
white chrysanthemums, smilax and
Oregon holly. The guests were served
in the dining-room by Mrs. Hamlin and
MARRIED AT BORING THURSDAY
A very pretty party was given by
airs, uawin s. warren at her home. 579
Union avenue, on Saturday eveiong in
nonor or Miss Gertrude Hibbs, of Chi
cago. Miss Veda Williams 'entertained
the guests with several piano selec
tlons which she rendered In a mdsl
charming manner, and the .companr
was also entertained with progressive
hearts. At a late hour supper was
served at an exquisitely decorated
table. Mrs. Warren was assisted by
Miss Williams and Miss Fleta Maters.
Eureka. Council, No. 301, IC L. ot S.,
gave the nxst of a series of whist so
cials last Monday evening. The hall
was crowded with friends and members
of the order and an enjoyable evening
spent Mr. Mordant and Mrs. Bauer
MB. AND MBS. WIIXXAM A. MOBAND.
day afternoon, the hours being delight
fully passed. Mrs. W. P. Qlds read an
excellent paper on "The Model City of St
Louis." Several guests were In attend
ance, including Mrs. A. S. Dunlway and
her cousin, Mre. Brewer, from the East.
The hostess served dainty refreshments.
Junior Auxiliary of St Stephen's Church
held a delightful entertainment, yesterday
afternoon and "'-evening in - the parish
house. Thirteenth and Clay streets, the
booths for display of fancy work, etc, be-
"ing extremely attractive. An interesting
programme was carried out, the affair be
ing largely attended by the young people.
One of the most successful of recent en
tertainments occurred Wednesday even
ing at the Young Women's Christian As
sociation ropms, a fine musical and llt
ecary programme being rendered. In con
nection with this was a very profitable
sale, which win aaa materially to ine
benefit of the building fund.
The Wisteria Club, of St Francis'
Church, East Sido gave a.euccessful card
party in the St Francis Hall Thursday
evening. The honors of the evening were
carried away by Miss Mary Dunn and
George Dove. The 'next in the series of
parties by this club will be given Thurs
day evening, December L
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Olsson were very
happily surprised last Monday evening,
the occasion being the 15th anniversary of
their wedding day. and also Mrs. Olsson's
birthday. The members of Nomah Circle,
Women of Woodcraft and friends to
the number of 45 ' were included In the
The Nineteen Hundred and Five Girls
gave a dance at Artisan Hall, South Port
land, on Tuesday evening, entertaining a
large number of their friends In a very
enjoyable maner. There were artistic dec
orations Jn red and green and excellent
music by Houghton's orchestra.
Centenary M. EL Church was the scene
of a merry gathering Wednesday, the par
lors being lavishly decorated with ferns
and flowers. The occasion was a Thanks
giving dinner, served at prettily adorned
tables by the women -pf the church. The
affair was largely attended.
The members of the Young Women's
Missionary Society of the First Presby
terian Church wero entertained on Tues
day atr the home of ".Sirs. L. Q. Swet
land. Needlework occupied the early part
of the afternoon, and later tea was served
by the hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Westaway, of Mar
ket street entertained at Thanksgiving
dinner Mr. Putnam and Miss Alma Fish
er, of San Francisco, CaL; Mr. and Mrs.
G. P. Murray and son, of Portland, and
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Fitzgerald, of Minne
An interesting entertainment was given
Tuesday afternoon by the children of St
Lawrence School hi honor of St Cecelia.
All the pupils participating reflected great
credit on' the excellent Instruction given
by their teachc-rs, the Sisters of the L
H. M. "
The Haywood Dramatic Club, "of Univer
sity Park, gave a pleasing performance
Monday evening. "Between the Acts," a
comedy, was rendered to a considerable
audience. The dub will shortly present
the comedy, "Tomkins' Hired Man."
The Altar Society, of- St Mary's Church,
Alblna, gave a pleasant social on Friday
evening. A large number of the society's
friends were in attendance. Prizes at
cards were awarded to "Miss Elizabeth Mc
GuIre and J. H. Becker.
The Twentieth Century Club enter
tained last Tuesday evening at the home
of Mr. Clarence C. Turner, 251 Stanton
street The evening-was pleasantly passed
away with music, games and dancing.
Mrs. Nina Larowe gave a pleasant
young people's dance cn Friday evening.
Fox's Orchestra providing excellent mu
sic In a programme of 14 numbers.
St David's Episcopal Church was the
scene of a very Impressive Weddbar or
tvon, first- prizes and Un Kutchaad and Wednesday evening whsa Miss Amna-
Miss Grace Campbell, assisted by the
Mr. and Mrs. Plimpton are spending
their honeymoon in California, and are
at present visiting relatives at Corn
ing, expecting to go to Los Angeles be
fore their return.
.,. Last Wednesday evening, November
23; Jjar ;the residence ot' -Mr... and Mrs.
Sam B. Archer, 111 NbrthEIghteenth
street. Miss Daisy Florence Barker,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
Barker, and Mr. William G. Sawyer,
late of Orange- Mass., were united in
marriage by the Rev. E. L. House. D. D.,
of the Congregational Church. Only the
immediately family were present Just
before the bride and groom entered the
parlors, which were daintily decorated
for the occasion. Miss Cornelia Barker.
sister of the- bride, played 6n the vio
lin "O, Promise Me," and Mendelssohn's
"Spring Song" during the marriage
service. The bride wore a becoming
gown of brown, the skirt was of plait
ed broadcloth and the waist of chiffon
velvet with velvet hat to match. Many
telegrams of congratulation were re
ceived. The bride has resided in
Portland all her life, .and has many
friends here. The groom has extensive
livestock Interests in Eastern Oregon.
After the wedding a delicious supper
was served, and the same evening Mr.
and Mrs. Sawyer left for Pendleton,
where they will bo the guests of Hon.
Walter Pearce and family at tholr
beautiful home, and after visiting
these and other relatives they will pro
ceed to their future home, at Grand
View Stock Farm, Hot Lake, Or.
The marriage of Miss Grace KInsey
to .sir. -Frank Tony took place at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. William Kinsey, at La Grande, on
Wednesday evening at 6 o'clock, the
Rev. Mr. Gilllman, of the Methodist
Episcopal Church, performing the cere
mony. Miss Mertle Aldrlch song "O,
Promise Me," Just before the bridal
party entered and as they came In Miss
Molna Aikine played a wedding march.
The bride wore white silk trimmed in
point lace and carried white carnations,
Miss Edna Schllke was bridesmaid and
also wore white and carried carnations.
Mr. Earl Kinsey, the bride's brother,
The house wa4 Beautifully deeer&ted
in Autumn leaves and chrysanthemuaas.
Only a few of the bride's most iatimatto
friends, and the relatives were pre eat
at the ceremony, after which a wed
ding supper was served. The bride has
lived in La. Grande several years aad
had many friends here, while the groom.
Is one of the leading business men in
Silver City, Idaho, and uatll recently
has heen a resident of Easterni Ore
gon. The happy young couple left for
Portland and other points west Wed
nesday evening, and after a few weeks'
wedding tour will make their home in
Silver City, Idaho.
Mls3 Maude GilUiand's marriage to
Sterling Worth Hughes, of San Francisco,
toak place at 8 o'clock last evening at
the home of Mrs. A. St Clair Gay, the
bride's sister. Rev. Edgar P. Hill, D. D-
of the First Presbyterian Church, per
formed the ceremony, and the best man
was Mr. Hughes' friend, Mr. Rogers, of
-San Francisco. Miss Mabel Lawrence
twas bridesmaid. The house decorations,
of huckleberry branches, ferns and white
tulle,-made a charming"' background for
the simple marriage service, during which
the bride. In her gown of white, net and
silk, with white roses, looked most win
some. Miss Lawrence was daintily
gowned In pink and white and carried
pink roses. The bride's traveling dreed
was of gray cloth, with a very becoming
hat of dark blue. Mr. and Mrs. Hughe3
are to live in San Francisco.
A very pre'tty home wedding took
place at the residence of Mrs. A. R.
Slater, 215 East Thirty-fourth street,
last Wednesday evening, November 23,
when George A. Slater and Miss Theo
dosla Wallace were united In matri
mony by the Rev. J. J. Staub, of the
Sunysido Congregational Church. The
parlor presented- a beautiful appear
ance in its decoration of evergreens
and Oregon holly. The bridal party
-entered the room to the strains of the
"wedding march from Lohengrin, played
by Miss Lulu RIttenour. The bride
wore a white silk organdy and. car
ried a bouquet of white chrysanthe
mums. The Bridesmaid, Miss ora Sla
ter, looked charming in pink, crepe de
chine. Mr. C. J. Sager acted as best
Miss Amy Lela Roots, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. W Roots, of Boring,
On, was married on Thursday to Will
iam A. Morand, the wedding taking
place at the bride's home. Only a few
friends and relatives witnessed the
ceremony, at which Rev. D. B. Gray, of'
Portland, officiated. Mrs. Horace Knox.
the bride's sister, played the wedding
inarch and the couple had two pretty
child attendants, Roscoe Knox and
The bride was daintily dressed in
white with orange-blossoms. Chrysan
themums, carnations and evergreens
were used in decorating the house for
the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Morand will
live at Boring, where they have many
A quiet wedding took place-last Tues
day evening at the home of Mr. and I
Mrs. A. R. Wright 541 East Elxth
street, when William E. Wright, of this
city, and Miss Lesta E. Bookwalter,
lately of Greenfield, O., were united in
marriage. In the presence of immedi
ate relatives and a few friends. The
Rev. H. D. Chambers, district mission
ary of the Episcopal Church, performed
the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Wright
went to Eastern Oregon for their wed
ding trip, and will live in Portland.
On Wednesday evening. November 16,
Ernest R. Simmons and Pearl M. Mon
tag were married at the residence of
the bride's parents, 860 Missouri ave
nue. None but the immediate relatives
of the bride and groom were invited.
However, the company was a large one
and the bride received many presents.
Rev. C. M. Smyth, pastor of the Mississippi-Avenue
read the marriage service.
Miss Alma Birmingham, of Minneapolis,
and Harry P. Campbell, of this city, were
quietly married at the Cathedral parson
age at high noon Saturday, November 23,
by Rev. Father Thompson, after which
they returned to the homes of the bride's
uncle. Dr. William Koehler. 433 Mont
gomery street where a very delightful
repast wag served. They will be at home
to their many friends after December 15.
A quiet wedding took place at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Misenhlmer,
334 Crosby street on Wednesday even-,
ing, November 23, when their daugh
ter, Ollie Vesta, became the wife of Mr.
C. A. Williams. Rev. Edgar B. Hill. D.
D. . of the First Presbyterian Church,
officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Williams will
be at home on Wednesday after De
cember 20 at S19 Savier street.
A very pretty home wedding was
solemnized at Wlllsburg on Thursday,
at the home of the bride's brother, Gus
Wilson, the occasion, being the mar
riage of Miss Cecelia Wilson to Joseph
Peters'. Rev. D. B. Cray, of Portland,
officiated. The parlor was tastefully decorated
and the bride looked very charming in
' a dainty "White gown.
Phil A. Hunt and Florence Sights', of
this city, were married last Wednesday at
Vancouver, Wash. The bridesmaid was
Alice. Hartness. Mr. Hunt Is head clerk
at S. G. Skldmore & Co.'s store, and Is
WEEKLY OR MONTHLY PAY
MENTS AT LESS THAN ELSE
WHERE FOR CASH.
A small amount down, the balance
$1.00- a week; you take your pur,
chase, heme- when making first,
With every article weN sell .. we give
a certificate absolutely guaranteeing
the quality and value of your purchase
DAN MARX, 74, Third Street
We are the only EXCLUSIVE and PERMANENT
Oriental Rug Dealers
-in the city-
411 Washington St.
Between 10th and 1 1th Sts.
Oar goods always selected .un
der our personal direction carry
our guarantee as to quality and
worth, with , the privilege of exchange at any time
within the perioof two years
LADIES' OUTFITTERS. FOURTH AND MORRISON
PORTLAND'S ONLY DIRECT
IMPORTERS and EXPORTERS
Another shipment of the genuine Alaska
Sealskins arrived Thursday last at the Port
land Onetom-Houae from George Bice, the
faaiocs drawer and dyer of London, Tingtoirt,
They irare appraised yesterday Ty General
Smuiftrg, United States appraiser.
Tfcjee skins were purchased, hy our per
sonal representatiTe last Hay at Sitka,
Alaska, direct from the Indian seal hunters,
and they are considered by experts to nave
bo superiority in quality. The skins were
shipped to London, where George Rice dressed
and dyed: them. He has now returned the
Viy skins and they will he ready for inspection
tomorrow with all tha Government certincatae.
which, in themselves, aive a complete history
of the greatest purchase of sealskins ever
made in the Far North-
We are now la a position to offer Sealskin Garments at prices tkat
will admit of no competition.
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LADIES' WEAR SPECIALS
$16.50 AND $18.00 COVERT COATS $11.85
Our display of this special line of Covert Goats in. the Suit Department
on the second floor is easily worthy of a visit. The line includes both
loose and fitted styles, with -or witheut collars; regular $16 JO and
$18.00 values v . . . $11.85
$37.50 Suits $26.15
Our entire assortment of blue,
brown and black Cheviot Suits,
trimmed with inlaid velvet,
broadcloth and braid collar or
collarless style, fitted back or
loose box coat, short or skirted
length; regular 30.00 to $37.50
values, special $26.15
$4.00 Sweaters $2.85
The new Sweater for the physical
culture girl comes in three styles
blouse, collar or collarless, and
four colors cardinal, blue,
White and. Oxford; regular $4.00
values, special $2.85
Send for our great catalogue.
We call your attention to our corner window
display of suitable Xmas Gifts.
well and favorably known In business
.lU. -MV TTnnf or'ttn hnrn at St. LiOtllS.
JIo., and both she and her husband are to
make their future home In this city.
m.. a nf XTInn "Rnnlta. Welch
to Mr. Charles H. Hill took place Satur
day evening at the nome 01 me Dnae b
parents, 163 North Sixteenth street.
Rev. A. A. Morrison officiating. The
immediate relatives only were present.
A pretty wedding took place Monday,
at iloon, at the Hotel Portland, when
Doiv. rjnAriarri and M'rs Ualla Drane? ot
San Ptego. were united In marriage, the
ceremony being performed by Rev. A. A.
Morrison, D. D., of Trinity Episcopal
Church, In the presence of Intimate
friends. Mr. and -Mrs. Goddard will re
side in Seattle,- -"Wash.
James 32.' Coleman and Addie M.
Brown, were unlted'in marriage Novem
ber 21. he ceremony was performed
by Rev. "William ERandalU of Central
Church, at the Perkins Hotel, In the
presence of a company of relatives ot
the bride and groom.
John Lurz, a member' of Company
Q, Second Oregon U. S. "V., and Miss
THE WOMAN IN THE FUR
SMILES AT JACK FROST
Because she is perfectly
protected From his icy
grasp. We have every
kind of fur in stock which
we make up in the best
style of the furrier's art.
We supply only the best
material made up by ex
pert workmen and sell to
the consumer at prices
only possible to a con
cern whose ramifications
extend to all parts of the
globe. Before purchas
ing let us show you some
of our exclusive creations
Awarded grand prize at
Sr.. Louis Exposition.
i H. LIEBES & CO.
286 Morrison St.
EXCLUSIVE MANUFACTURING FURRIERS
J. P. PLAGEMANN, Manager
12S Sccead St.,Betv Alder aad Wasklngtea
London dye, our Specialty
Black Lynx Stoles, Sable Stoles,
"White Fox Stoles, Ermine Ricas,: ;
Chinchilla Neckwear, Mink Stojes
In Sable. Fox, Black Marten,
Sable Opossum, River Mink,
Etc. Larfe Pillow Muffs
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OTTER AND BEAVER COATS
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