The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, October 14, 1906, PART THREE, Page 30, Image 30

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ful catastrophe, but were -more fortunate
than the majority. They saved, all th-dr
huge French trunks from the Occidental
Hotel, which succumbed to the flames
early on that eventful day. .
Mrs. Walter Burrell and her eister, Mrs.
Margaret Montgomery, who recently re
turned from en extensive Eastern trip,
are visiting at Mrs. Burrell's farm at
Sir. and Mrs. William Knight, who have
spent the Summer at their picturesque
bungalow on the w illamette River, are
tv. occupyv apartments at the Hill Hotel
for the Winter.
Signor R. A. Lucchesi, who, it will be
remembered, delighted the musical public
In the early Summer with his recital at
the White Temple, has returned from a
We are now showing a complete
line of
trip to New York. While in that city Pro
fessor Lucchesi was entertained by Miss
Blanche Bates, Clarence Eddy, fhe Bos
ton organist: Morosini, well-known
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THE most Important and interesting
anouncemcnt that has gladdened
society for many months was tho
engagement of Miss Nan Wood and Da
vid T. lloneyman, which was announced
by Mr. and Mrs. C. E. S. Wood on
Wednesday. Miss Wood is one of the
most prominent and popular members
of society. She is a remarkably hand
some brunette, with the additional
. charm of cleverness, being a talented
pianist and an unusually gifted conver
sationalist, having inherited the bril
liant intellectuality which churacter
, iBed her tamer, hiollt Mr. Honeyman
and Miss Wood are enthusiastic golf
. and tennis players. Mr. Honeyman is
the youngest eon of Mrs. William Hon-
cjman, and the treasurer of the Hon
c.vmap Hardware Company. Mr. Honey
' mau is a brother of Mrs. David Lewis,
. whose wedding was one of the smartest
' events of the early bummer.
Notable among the Fall weddings
was that of Miss Rebecca Catlin and
Walter A. Gosn, which was celebrated
Tuesday at 4 P. M. at the First Pres
' bytcrian Church by tlie Rev. Dr. Wil-
son. of the Portland Academy. The
bride is the fourth daughter of the
. lati; John Catlin, and is prominent in
society. Mr. Goss, the president of the
i Acme 'Mills. Is the well-known tennis
player, wiiosc brilliant playing has en-
. titled him t the championship of Ore
gon. The wedding was a fashionable
event mid largely attended. The ushers
were Mr. Harry Sludcn, Mr. Dan Bel-
linger, Mr. Arnold Rothwell and Mr.
Irving Ruhr. Miss Alice Strong, a cou-
, of the bride, was tho bridesmaid,
-and wore a beautiful gown of pale blue
broadcloth, with a guimpe and sleeves
of handsome lace, a girdle of reddish
: purple tones and picture hat, with nod
ding ostrich plumes of white. Mr.. Al
bert Goss was the best man. Tho
bride's gown was an embroidered chif
fon, which fell in soft, graceful lines,
anci was completed by a deep bertha of
. duchess lace and a heavy lace veil.
The groom's present was a beautiful
"Lrreseent of pearls. Mr. Edgar Coursen
presided at the organ. The bride's
mother and her two aunts, Mrs. Curtis
Strong and Mrs. Edward Failing, wore
handsome gowns -of black lace. Mrs:
John tiors wore black crepe dc chine
combined with chantilly. Miss Mar
garet CatHn, a sister of the bride, made
a charminar picture in a frock of palest
turquoise liberty satin, with which she
wore a picture hat of wine color and
a corsage bouquet of violets. Mrs.
Carlton Williams, of The Dalles (Miss
Helen Goss'i, was attired In a pink
sunburst gpwn. with touches of lace
and a stylish pink plumed hat. Follow
ing the ceremony, a reception was held
nt Mrs. Catlln's residence. ;,"1 North
Twenty-fourth street, and at 8 o'clock
supper was served to the bridal party
at the home of Mrs. John Goss, in
The largest and most elaborate
luncheon this se.-ison was given on Fri
day in the white and gold drawing
room of - the Hotel Portland by Miss
Genevieve . Thompson for the bride
elect. Miss Ruth Smith. Yellow, which
Is to be the color scheme of the War-ren-Sm'itb
wedding, was carried out
also su the luncheon. Covers were laid
lor 3d; a huge oval mirror placed j the
center of the oval-shaped table was ar
ranged -with a profusion of brilliant
yellow lilies, asparagus, fern and nas
turtiums. The place cards were white,
with Miss Thompson's monogram in
gold. The guests were: Mrs. Joseph
Teal. Mrs. ,C: E. Curry; Mrs. David C.
Tv is. Mrs.' Walter V.. Smith, Miss Les
lie Knapp. Miss Margaret Morrison.
Mrs. Walter Cooke, Mrs:' George K.'
Wentworth. Jr.'. Miss Hazel Croker,
Miss Marion Jackson, Miss Grace War
ren, Miss Nan Robertson. Miss Effie
Houghton. Miss Harriet Kinney, Miss
Cai lotiH Parker. Miss- Helen-. Eastham.
Miss Maud Morey. Mitis Clementine
Hirsch. Miss Margaret Cnt'lin, Miss Ma
belle Breniz, of Walla Wulla: Miss Veda
Nichols, Miss Josephine Smith, who is
to he the bridesmaid at the coming
wedding, and the four - bridesmaids.
Miss Rhoda Fallinsr. Miss Hazel rolph.
Miss Kate Woolsey, of Tacoma, and
Miss Genevieve Thompson. Miss Smith
was gowned in delft blue silk, trimmed
with . velvet of the same shade. -and
large plumed hat to match. ' Miss
Josephine Smith wore a pale Douissinc
satin; Miss Hazel Dolph, pink liberty
satin, cream lace, and combined with
hand-made French embroidery, with
which she wore a picture hat of black.
Miss Rhoda Failing, dark red broad
cloth tolet. with larcre black hat: Miss
Kate Woolsey, white point de Paris,
combined with emhaoidered ribbon and
worn with n stylish ostrich plumed hat
of white: Miss Thompson, a Paris
gown of white Dresden taffeta.
Miss Hazel Dolph is to entertain with
an informal reeeotion tomorrow after
noon for Miss Ruth Smith. Only the
girls of the younger set are to be present.
One hundred guests attended the home
wedding of Mips Ethel Reed and Otto
Prael. which took place Wednesday even
ing "at the residence of Mrs. George V.
4 ""vl
James on Eighteenth and Irving streets.
The drawing-rooms, library and music
room were converted into a bower of red
vine maple. The' music-room was com
pletely metamorphosed into a miniature
chapel: white satin streamers tied to
palms formed the aisle. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. Marcotte, of the
Westminster Presbyterian Church. Mr.
Prael wag attended by Richard Prael.
Mrs. Frederick Prael was the matron of
honor. Little Miss Jane O'Rellley made a
pretty flower girl in her dainty frock and
large garden hat. The bride's gown wa
composed or silk net over cninon, com
bined with lace and heavily studded with
seed pearls. She wore a long veil held
In place by natural orange blossoms, and
the groom's gift, a pin composed of
pearls, diamonds and emeralds. At the
large table in the dining-room quantities
of grape vines, with natural grapes, were
hung from the chandeliers and fell in
graceful' confusion into a huge basket,
placed as a centerpiece. At the cutting
of the wedding cake the ring fell to Miss
Delta Watson. The enormous bride's
bouquet, which she threw, proved an in
novation. Instead of showing partiality
to any one of the 15 of the Sewing Club
girUs, of which she was a member, she
untied the satin ribbons - which held in
place In bunches of long-stemmed roses.
Mr. and Mrs. Prael left for Banff Springs.
Lillie V. O'Ryan. the well-known
painter and miniaturist of San Francisco,
is visiting in Portland. On today's page
Is one of her ndnlatures of William
Keith, the famous landscape artist, which
Is considered a remarkably strong and
finished piece of work. Possibly the most
widely known portrait of Miss O'Ryan is
the picture which she originated of Janice
Meredith, that adorns the cover of this
widely read novel. An unfortunate con
tremps which occurred in reference to
this picture was the fact that on the
pretense of having a picture taken of the
miniature it was copyrighted by the au
thor. Paul .Leicester Ford, and thereby
deprived the artist of receiving the large
royalty. Other famous pictures by Miss
O'Ryan was the stunning painting of
Mm Samuel Holladay. the direct descend
ant of George IV by his morganatic wife.
Mrs. Fitzherbert. the famous beauty.
Another of the artist's widely known por
traits is. that of Nina Farington, the
actress, whom Joseph Leiter. the wheat
king, and the brother of Lady Curzon,
was enamored. A quarrel having ensued
shortly after the order was given, the
picture was unpurchased, whereupon the
artist idealized the features and termed
it "Hybisca" (a tropical flower.) The
picture brought an enormous figure. A
miniature of Dr. Caehot. a prominent
physician of San Francisco, and father
of Mrs. Lauritz Therkleson. of this city:
one of Cardinal Taschareau, Archbishop
Corrlgan. of New York; Elsie Sperry. a
famous California beauty, and Sir Wilfrid
Laurler. the Premier of Canada, are but
a few of Miss O'Ryan's portraits which
have' attracted attention.
Another largely attended church wed
ding of the week was that of Miss Lillian
Aimee de France and Brockwell Statter.
which took place October 10 at Trinity
Church. Dr. A. A. Morrison performing
the ceremony. The ushers were Harry
Stephenson and H. S. Gaylord. and the
best man Ned Barrett. The bridesmaids
were Miss Emily Holbrook and Miss
Josephine Statter, who wore gowns of
white silk mull, girdles of pink satin,
wreaths of pink buds and carried shower
bouquets of roses of the same shade.
The maid of honor. Miss Madge O'Con
nor, wore pink silk mull with touches of
lace, and carried a shower bouquet of
roses and wore a dainty wreath of same.
The bride, who is a haudsomc blonde,
wore a " robe of Paris muslin trimmed
with lace and applique from her mother's
wedding gown. She carried a shower
bouquet of bride's roses. An informal
reception followed immediately at the
home of the bride's father at 70S Overton
street. Mr. and Mrs. Statter have gone
to Seaside for a short stay and will be
at home on their return at 70S Overton
Mrs. Ben Campbell, wife of the fourth
vice-president of the Great Northern,
passed through Portland last Sunday in
the special car. "Wisconsin." She was
accompanied by her children and they
will spend a few days at Seaside. Mrs.
Campbell formerly resided in Portland,
but now makes her home in St. Paul,
and is out on the Coast to spend the
The Waverly Golf Club, which has long
been the mecca for the smart set. is
shortly to boast of a new ballroom. Here
tofore at the dinner dances which proved
so popular, the dining-room and drawing
room were used for dancing, but as the
dinner dances gradually became larger
affairs, Mr. Chauncey Wlnslow, chairman
of the house committee, haa interested
the club members in subscribing for a
well-appointed dancing hall, which Is to
be built on the water side.
Mrs. Ralph Walker's pretty, home,
Klinkerside, at Irvington. was the
scene of a well-appointed luncheon Thurs
day In honor of Mrs. Charles Frederic
Humphrey. Jr.' A color scheme of pink
was artistically carried out- in the menu
as well as the decorations. Tall vases of
La France roses were placed on either
side of a pink-shaded candelabra, used
as a centerpiece, and held together with
fluffy pink tulle. Favors were corsage
bouquets and the place cards were hand-
painted girls in dainty pink frocks. Be
side the honor guest were Mrs. Fred Ht
ram Strong. Mrs. Joseph Barrett. Miss
Lulle Hall. Miss Emily Holbrook and Miss
Semele Groat. Mrs. Walker, as Misa
! rankle. Richet, was entertained Just be
fore her marriage by Captain and Mrs.
Humphrey at West Point.
Mrs. Warren F. Houghton, who has
oeen ill the past fortnight, is now rapidly
recovering. .
A most successful recital was recently
given in Salem by Miss Helen Mae Ewan.
assisted by Mrs. Carlton Williams, of
i ae uaues, who will be remembered as
the attractive Miss Helen Goss. Several
of the representative matrons of the cap
ital were patronesses for the occasion
Miss MacEwail. Who Is' a hrilllarX- nlon
iste. gave a most varied and interesting
repertoire, and Mrs. Williams, a former
pupu or .virs. waiter Reed, sanir charm
ingly. After the programme a large re-
c-muoii was tendered the two musicians.
Quite the largest bridge party of the
season was given Wednesday by Mrs. J.
Wesley ' Ladd at her residence on West
PaTk street. At each of the 11 tables
a gold hatpin was presented for a prize.
Miss Nan Wood.'the charming bride-elect,
whose engagement had been announced
by Mr. and Mrs. C. E. S. Wood the day
previous was the recipient of congratu
lations galore during the afternoon. On
Misa Woods' chair was- placed a huge
bouquet of long-stemmed chrysanthe
mums tied with brilliant scarlet ribbon
The gowns of the guests were all ex
ceedingly handsome. .Mrs. Ladd was" at
tired in an attractive white Louislne
satin, combined with beautiful lace. Those
present were: Mrs. . Ned Ayer. Mrs. W.
B. Ayer, Mrs. George Goode, Mrs. David
C. Lewis. Mrs. . Whitney- Boise, Mrs.
Charles Chenercy. Mrs. H. E. Nichols!
Mrs. Richard Koehler. Mrs.-" George Rus
sell. Mrs.-William Jones, of Tacoma, who
is a guest of Mrs. Morton Insley; Mrs.
Holt Wilson. Mrs. Walter J. Burns, Mrs.
Bert Ball, formerly Miss Whalley; Miss
Henrietta Failing, Mies Mae Failing,1 Mrs.
John Kollock. Mrs. Thomas Kerr and her
sister, Mrs. Joseph Grant, of San Fran
cisco: Mrs. John E. Young. Mrs. Morton
Insley, Mrs. Howard Mather, Mrs. Fred
Page; Mrs. A. L. Maxwell. Mrs. Walter
V. Smith. Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. E. T. C
Stevens. Mrs. R Lea Barnes, Mrs. Frank
Hart, Mrs. C. F. Beehe. Mrs. John She'p
ard. Miss Ella Hirsch, Mrs. Sampel Mcars,
Mrs. Joseph N. Teal. Mrs. William Mac
Masters. Mrs. Frank Watson. Mrs. James
Laldlaw, Mrs. Harry Nunn, Mrs. A. A.
Wright. Mrs. W.- T. Muir. Miss Nan
Wood and Miss Effie and Ciaire Houghton
and others. -
Mrs. F. M. Branch recently . returned
from a month's 'visit in Seattle.
Mr. and. Mrs. Robert E. Davis are oc
cupying their attractive new residence on
Willamette Heights, which commands a
superb view of the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Mac Rae: Mm. F. M.
Jackson, of Tacoma, and Mias Margaret
Walters, were guests at dinner at the
v averly Golf Links Friday, given by
William Mcintosh.
Howard Holland left on Tuesday last
for an Eastern trip of a month.
Mrs. George Flavel and the Misses Fla-
vel. of Astoria, are flopping for a part
of the Winter af the Hotel Portland. Mrs.
Flavel and her daughters are well known
in Portland, though considerable of their
time has been spent abroad, where Misse;
Kate and Nellie, who are extremely tal
ented musically, have studied, under ex
cellent masters. Miss Kate with the fa
mous Marchesi. the teacher of Melba,
Emma Eames and Sybil Sanderson and
other well-known artists, and Miss Nellie
with Riera, a member of the French con
servatoire. Both the Misses Flavel. who
are accomplished also as linguists, are
exceedingly popular in society in Rome
and the gay French capital, having sung
und played at many of the fashionab'.o
salone. Their artistic work has elicited
much favorable comment. Mrs. Flavel
and her daughters were attending the
opera in San Francisco during the fright
banker, and Count Marc-iill. In Boston,
Baron and Baroness G. Tosti also enter
tained for him.
The friends of Mrs. P. Wasserman and
Miss Getta Wasserman, who left a year
ago for Europe, will be delighted to lea-n
that they are soon tn return to America,
having sailed on the New York October .
En route they will visit for a short time
in Gotham.
Mrs. Lou von Zoll-Clarke left last week
for a trip to the Puget Sound cities. Later
she will visit in both Victoria and' Van
couver, B.C.
Miss Katherine Wroolsey. of Tacoma. a
former Portland girl, who has figured
prominently in the younger set, arrived
a few days ago from Washington to bo
one of the - bridesmaids at the Warren
Smith wedding Thursday. Miss Woolsey
is a guest ot Miss Bonnie Meade at the
Hobart-Curtis. Later she will visit Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Smith.
Mrs. S. W. Church and her daughters,
Ruth and Genevieve, who have been
traveling in Europe the past two years,
are now en route to America, being sched
uled to reach Boston Tuesday. There
they will remain for . the Yale-Harvard
football game. After a visit of short
duration in New York they will return
to take up their residence In Portland.
The Misses Church are graduates of the
Portland Academy and have many friends
among the Alumnae of. that institution,
who will be glad to-welcome them home.
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Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Croasman and Miss
Lilltan Croasman leave for New York
Tuesday. Mr. Croasman will be absent
a month, while Mrs. Croasman will re
main, for some time with her daughter,
who Is 'to study.rocal music. Miss Croas
man, a pupil of Mrs. Waiter- Reed, has a
most pleasing v-olc& , and considerable
hlstrionc ability, having appeared on the
local stage on several occasions,
Society turned out en-masse on Monday
evening at the performance by the Ba
ker Stock. Company in the !'Ga- Lord
Quex," the occasion being' the benefit
performance for the Mobile sufferers, un
der the auspices of the Daughters of the
Revolution. The loges and boxes were
filled with representative matrons. Mrs.
Joseph N. Teal was hostess at a large
box party, Mrs. C. E. S. Wood had with
her Misses Evelyn and Carolyn Wilson.
Miss Dorothy Effinger. Miss Clarke and
Miss Polly Hewitt. With Mr. and Mrs.
James Laidlaw were' Mrs. Raleigh Stott
and Mr., and Mrs. Ernest Laidlaw. In
Mr. Wheelwright's box were Mrs. Holt
Wilson. Mrs. H. E. Brooke, Miss Martha
Hoyt, Mrs. Howard Mather and Mrs.
Holt Wilson. In another box were Mrs.
J. B. Montgomery, Miss Ma Montgomery
and Miss Hazel Dolph. Mrs. A. A. Morri.
son's guests were Misses Effie and Claire
Houghton, Miss Margaret Morrison and
the debutante, Miss Leslie Knapp.
Mrs. H. D. Ramsdell has returned home
after a month's visit in Idaho, Eastern
Washington and the Sound elites.
Mrs. Charles Humphrey was again
made the honor guest at .a prettily a-p-polnted
luncheon on Wednesday, with
Mrs. Max Hirsch as hostess. Those pi es,
ent were Mrs. Fred Siller. Mrs. Fred Hir
iam Strong. Mrs. Humphrey and Mrs.
Hirsch, a sister-in-law of Mrs. Max
Miss Genevieve Thompson has returned
from a delightful visit in San Francisco.
Dr. and Mrs. E. DeWltt Connell were
hosts at a dinher-dancev Thursday, even
ing at their residence on King's Heights
in honor of Douglas Crane. The guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lombard, Mr.
and WrK. Whitle of Chicago. Mrs. Anna
Selkirk Norton, Mrs. A. C. Sheldon, Miss
Ditchburn. Dr. and Mrs. Lonbaugh. Mr.
and Mrs. William "Knight, Mr. Richards,
Mr. JVya, Dr. JBarr and pthers.
Mrs. Prosper van Fridagh has returned
to Portland after ,a year's visit to St.
Paul, Minn., and is residing with Mr. and '
Mrs. 'Paul van Fridagh at No. 978 Savier
street. Mrs. E. II. C. Taylor and daugh
ter. Miss Constance Taylor of St. Paul,
Minn., are also guests of M. and Mrs.
Paul van Fridagh. ..
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Mrs. William' WorthitigtoiV Harder
(Miss Alice Croasman) left Thursday
evening to Join her husband In Los An
geles, where they are to reside perman
ently. '-..
A portrait of Mrs. Charles Frederick
Humphrey. Jr., In a bal poudre costume.
appears today. Mrs. Humphrey, who is the
wife of Captain Humphrey, Depot Quar
termaster at Honolulu," is a charming
woman. She has been the motif for a
continual round of dinners, teas, theater
parties and other entertainments since
her arrival a fortnight ago as the guest
of Mrs. Fred Hlriam Strong.
Monday Mrs. Sanderson Reed enter
tained at an informal tea at her artistic
bungalow on Willamette Heights in hon
or of Mrs. Humphrey. Mrs. L. H. Max
well poured and Mrs. Fred Hirlam Strong
served ices. Monday evening this hand
some matron was . the honor guest at a
dinner and theater party given by Mr.
end Mrs. Frank Kerr. "The Gay Lord
Quex" was the play chosen. Those who en
tertained for Mrs. Humphrey last week
were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rothchild. nt
Comprising '
Jackets of Persian Iamb, broad
tail mink, Siberian squirrel,
Russian pony ; , also Stoles and
Neck Pieces in sable, royal er
mine, mink, Russian marten and
Siberian squirrel, and ' all the
popular furs.
h "i.-jmw
tria iff is
dinner Tuesday evening; Miss- Robertson
and Miss Bele Robertson, at luncheon
of twelve covers, Tuesday: Mrs. .Max
Hirsch. at ft luncheon on Wednesday, and
Mrs. Ralph Walker, at luncheon Thurs
day. Mrs. Strong gave a farewell re
ception for her guests on Friday after
noon. Mrs. Humphrey departed the same
evening for her home In Honolulu. Mrs.
Humphrey is the daughter-in-law of Gen
eral Humphrey. Quartermaster-General
at Washington, D. C.
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Mrs. William A. Barrett and her sis
ter. Miss Ann Flynn of Albany Or., were
entertained in Portland last week.
One of the largest and most interest
ing recitals for some time was that of
Mrs. Anna Selkirk Norton last evening
in the artis,tic drawing-room and musical
hall of the Nartonia. A smartly gowned
audienee- was in evidence, with an unus
ual njimber of prominent matrons, wtio
acted as patronesses, as the following list
of names will testify: Mrs. H. u. ureen,
Mrs. H. W. Goode. Mrs. J. Wesley Ladd,
Mrs, C. E. S. Wood, Mrs. David Cham
bers Lewis. Mrs. Frank Kerr, Mrs. Gay
Lombard, Mrs. P. H. Carroll, Mrs. J. K.
Clark, Mrs. Walter Cooke. Mrs. E. De
Witt Connell. Mrs. R. R. Hoge and Mrs.
A. E. 'Rockeye. Miss Nan Wood and a
bevy of maids of the younger set ushered.
Mrs. Norton, who is the possessor of a
rich contralto voice of a sympathetic
quality, charmed her listeners with
Schumann's "Cycle," which depicta the
six phases of woman's love. Mrs. Norton
was gowned in an attractive decollette
robe of handsome white lace.
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Mrs. Joseph D. Grant, a prominent ma
tron of San Francisco and Burlingame
Full Programme Furnished tor All Occasions
Master Harry . Parsons. boy
soDrano: Miss Anita Pearcy. read
er; Miss Lucia Coffall. pianist;
.Inez Bushnell. flute soloist; Mr.
Fred English. cornet soloist;
orchestra of eight players.
Phone Exchange 65.
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RmoTs Tan, Plmplu,
Freckles, Moth Patches,
Rfteh, and Sktn Diafaws,
ana every Ditmiin
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lady of the hauU
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will use them,
I recommend
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skin preparations.' For sale by alt druists and Fancy
Goods dealers In the United States, Canada and Europe.
rEBO.T.HQPKHS,PropH 37 Great J:n-i Sfrert, KewM
Between Washington and Alder Sts.
Will be Popular for. Winter Wear."
Made in stoles, boas, animal
scarfs and muffs.
Made in animal scarfs and
Madein boas and
Alaska Sealskin Coats, Persian
Lamb Coats, Etc.
Established 1870. Send for our Den ratalogne.
society, Is a guest of her ' sister, Mrs.
Thomas Kerr. .Mrs. Grant and her little
daughter will remain until Mr. Grant re
turns from an Eastern trip. '
The Portia Club whs pntertHined Tues
day, October 9, by its president, Mrs. II.
B. Adams, at her home, COS East Alder
street. Artistic decorations, composed of
masses of Autumnal foliage and red
cannas. were used effectively. The after
noon was mainly eiven to discussion of
H A store or place of business
which is not lighted by Electricity
has "let down the bars" to the in
roads of competitors.
II No matter how complete and fine
your stock is, the improper light
ing and worse ventilation of your
store will turn away many prob
able purchasers a great many more
than you imagine or admit!
H The Fall trade in the majority of
cases is that part of the yearly
business which is greatest in
amount and profit. There is ample
time between now and the first of
November to wire for Electric Light
or to erect an Electric Sign.
H An electrically lighted interior
and exterior are just as necessary
for successful store trade as the
right line of goods and clever sales
people. Our reduced rates for cur
' rent on meter basis put the use of
.'lilectricity within the reach of
every storekeeper. Learn the truth
about costs; our representative
with facts and figures is at your
service. Phone Main 6688.
15th YEAR
25th YEAR
Crystal Wedding Silver Wedding
For both of hesc events your selecting of
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Becomes a pimple matter. A complete stock a "dif
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also a nicety of prices. All of these matters tend to
make satisfactory buying and a pleasure to the puie.
Fancy Silver Flatware Pieces
Make appropriate anniversary gifts. A few of the
many suggestions are: Cold meat forks, berrv spoons,
pie knives, carving sets, beef forks, oyster forks, but
ter spreads and gravy Jadles.
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