The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, November 04, 1906, Section Three, Page 26, Image 26

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    THE SUNDAY OREGONIAN, PORTLAND, NOVEMBER 4, 1906. -
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KE3X interest is centered in Mrs. H.
, W D. Green's society vaudeville, which
is to be given at the Nortonia
within three weeks. Mtas Effte Houghton
is to have charge of the candy booth, Miss
Frances Lewis the lemonade table, and
Mrs. George Rusfiell has kindly consented
to draw all of the posters.
"The wedding, Wednesday, of Miss Edna
Jeffery, the youngest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Jeffery. and Dr. Millard C.
Holbrook, son of Mr. and Mrs.. Philo Hol
brook, was an extremely . pretty affair,
which took place at the bride's resideioe,
xn Washington and Twentieth 'streets.
-Only the immediate relatives and friends
' Witnessed the ceremony, which was per
formed by the Rev. Ben Ezra Stiles Ely,
Jr., of the Calvary Presbyterian Church,
but a large and well-gowned audience at
tended the reception which followed from
" 8:30 till 10:30. The bride, who is a hand
some brunette with ..brilliant coloring,
made a typical Gibson bride in a lovely
clinging Empire gown of Ivory chiffon
atin, trfmmed with rose point lace. She
; wore a handsome pearl and amethyst pin,
presented by the groom, and an illusion
veil, whioh fell to the hem of the full
length train. Miss Frances Jeffery, her
Bister, wore a delicate pink and white
brocaded " crepe, . and carried a shower
bouquet of bridesmaid roses. Mr. Philo
Holbrook acted as best man. The ushers
were: Oliver and Edward Jeffrey, Samuel
Holbrook and Howard Gaylord, who prior
to the ceremony formed an aisle through
the drawing-rooms to the improvised al
tar with heavy white satin streamers.
The decorations were unusually pretty. In
the front drawing-room were quanti
ties of white chrysanthemums, emllax
nd palms. The living-room was ar
ranged in yellow and white and chrys
anthemums and cosmos, and a group of
bamboo trees which screened the orches
tra. The dining-room was entirely In
tones of pink and white, and the recep
tion hall in palms, greens and two large
bouquets of red and white carnations,
presented by Multnomah Amateur Ath
letic Club. Little Miss Anne May Bro
naugh, a niece of the bride, made a dainty
flower girl In a mull and Valenciennes
frock, with which she carried a basket of
Cecil Bruener roses. Three of last month's
brides were present Mrs. Otto Prael
(Miss Ethel Reed), in a beautiful gown of
yellow Imported crepe and a stunning
hat; Mrs. Brockwell Statter (Miss Lillian
DeFrance), In her wedding gown of Paris
muslin and real lace, and Mrs. Charles E.
AlcDonell, in a handsome lace gown,
worn with a picture hat of black velvet'
with nodding plumes. Mrs. Jeffery was
(owned in black crepe, trimmed with rose
point lace. Mrs. Holbrook, gray crepe
de chine; Miss Nellie Holbrook, who re
turned from Chevy Chase College, gowned
In blue crepe, and Miss Lula King, a cou
sin of the bride, served punch. The bride's
sinters, Mrs. Joseph Bronaugh, wore
white crepe cut decollete, ana Mrs. Ivan
Hu mason, pale gray voile, combined with
turquoise. Miss Emily Holbrook was at
tired in a dainty white lingerie frock.
Mrs. Russell Sewall. in a lovely decollete
gown, combined with Duchess lace. Mrs.
George Wlllard Brown, a handsome blue
chiffon satin, decollete, with a coatee
effect of Irish lace, the corsage being em
broidered in lavender Iris. Mrs. George
Marshall, white lingerie princess, worn
with a corsage bouquet of violets. Mre.
W. O. Van 9chuyver, yellow taffeta, with
a picture hat of black velvet and white
plumes. Miss Maud Hahn, blue silk, with
yellow velvet hat and a pale blue ostrich
plume. Mrs. H. E., Judge, white satin,
decollete gown. Mrs. William Knight, a
beautiful princess gown of yellow satin.
Miss Helen Van Sohuyver, pink and white
frock, with touches of pale blue chlfEon.
Mrs. Frank Freeman, pink chiffon. Miss
Bess Church, yellow pina cloth, cut en
prlncess.with black velvet picture hat.
Mrs. A. 1. McKay, decolete black and
while crepe gown with a coiffure orna
ment of white aigrettes studded with dia
monds. The bride's bouquet was caught
by Miss Ann O'Connor. Dr. and Mrs.
Holbrook left for the Puget Sound cities,
nd upon their return will occupy apart
monts at the Hill Hotel.
Mrs. E. T. C. Stevens was hostess last
week at a pretty tea in honor of Miss
Stevens of England, her sister-in-law.
Miss Virginia Wilson and Miss Myrick
presided in the dining-room at a table
arranged with jilnk rosebuds and silver
yYSJ 2NZ CBWffffi-,
candlesticks with delicate pink shades.
Miss Winnie Myrick. Miss Russell, Mrs.
btewart Linthtcum, Mrs. Richard Nunn
and Miss Clementine Wilson assisted.
Those asked to meet Miss Stevens were:
Mrs. W. J. Burns, Mrs. Scadding, Mrs.
Samuel Mears, Mrs. Howard Mather,
Miss Frances Lewis, Miss Falling, Miss
Mae Failing, Mrs. John Latta, Mrs. Sera
Snow, Mrs. WUljam Jones, Mrs. Hamil
ton, Miss Campbell, Miss Hazel Weidler,
Mrs. R. Lee Barnes. Mrs. Fred Page,
Miss Helene White, Mrs. Walter Lon
don, Mrs. Sherlock. Mrs. Patterson
Efflnger, Mrs. Milton Smith and her
guests, Mrs. Edwards, Miss Josephine
Smith,' Miss Martha . Hoyt, Mrs. Morton
Insley, Mrs. H.' D. Green, Mrs. George
Good, Mrs. Weidler, Miss Carrie Glisan,
Mrs. j. u. Kooinson. Mrs. Harry CJulnn,
Mrs. Perpy Blythe, Mrs. Edward Brooke,
Mrs. Hamilton Brooke. Mrs. Payne. Mrs.
Sanderson Reed, Miss Mabel Weidler.
......
Mrs. Percy Blyth has returned from a
delightful four months' visit In Europe.
Mrs. Charles Adams has sent out cards
for a bridge party on Thursday at her
residence on Flanders street.
...
Mrs. Ignatz Lowengart will be at home
on the second and third Wednesdays In
JNovemoer at 628 Irving street.
....
Mrs. Robert M. Howland. Miss Louise
Howland a.nd Miss Gene Howland Gunn
have returned from a six weeks' visit
in Sausalito, CaL They are planning lo
spend the entire Winter with Mrs. Gunn
on Twenty-fourth street.
. . t
Splendid audiences attended all of the
six performances of the "In the Bishop's
Carriage"' at the Hellig. Miss Bussley,
whose clever work will long be remem
bered; was made the honor guest at
several Informal affairs. On Thursday
Miss Wynn Coman entertained for her.
Miss Bussley and Miss Coman were
friends in New York while the latter
was the associate editor of Munsey's
Magazine. - '
...
The presence of Mrs. Sarah Piatt
Decker,of Colorado, president of the
National Federation of Women's Clubs,
has occasioned much entertaining. Mrs.
Decker Is a brilliant woman; is well
posted and has a " most charming man
ner. She was made the guest of honor
on Monday at a luncheon of 18 -covers
given by Mrs. P. J. Mann, whose guest
she was during . her short' stay. Those
present were: Mrs. Harry Lane, Mrs.
Sarah A. Evans. Miss W. Wynn John
son; Mrs. Ben Selling, Mrs. S. M. Blu
mauer, Mrs. C. A., Coburn, Mrs. A. S.
Diinnlway, Mrs.' A. H. Breyman, Mrs.
C. E. : Sutton, Mrs. Henry Waldo Coe,
Mrs. Grace Watt Ross, Mrs. Rose Hoyt,
Mrs. Eva Emery Dye. Miss Helen F.
Spaulding, Mrs. C. E. Sitton, Mrs. C. E.
Wolverton and Mrs. Robert Lutke.
...
On Tuesday a large reception from 4
till 6 was tendered Mrs. Decker at Mrs.
Mann's . residence. Garden blossoms,
ferns and palms were profusely arranged
as decorations. At the' tea table pre
sided Mrs. Warren B. Thomas. Mrs.
Byron E. Miller, Mrs. Charles R. Tem
pleton and Mrs. Charles Runyon. Mrs.
J. P. MofTett, Mrs. Charles L. Boss. Mrs.
Frank Vanduyn and Mrs. T. H. Edwards
assisted. Punch was served in the
library by Mrs. H. M. Ogden and Mrs.
Clossett.
Mrs. Decker wore a beautiful gown of
white satin brocade embroidered in gold,
with handsome lace, ornaments and dia
monds. Mrs. Mann was gowned in black
velvet cut -n train, with bertha and
cuffs of duchess lace and worn with a
beautiful brooch composed of emeralds,
rubles and diamonds.
The banquet given for Mrs. Decker
Tuesday evening at the Portland Hotel
was also largely attended.
...
L. Douglas Crane has been tendered
the use of the Portland Art - Association
Museum from November E to November
17, during which time portraits of Mrs.
Gay Lombard Mrs. E. De Witt Connell
Mrs. Anne Beatrice Sheldon, Miss Anne
Ditchburn, Miss Helen Goode, Master
Henry Goode, Miss Jane Hoge, Valentine
Dolph and a miniature of Miss Louise
Carey, daughter of C. H. Carey, will be
on exhibition. Mr. Crane has also been
Invited, to speak . before the art classes
of the Portland Art Association ' fen . No-,
vemher .1, During the past w:eek he has
been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
H. Carey while painting- 'their eldest
daughter, Louise. On this week's society
page is reproduced Mr. Crane's portrait
of Miss Anne Ditchburn in a gown' of
mauve chiffon and a sable stole. ' A
wreath of green leaves is worn in the
coiffure, the same shade being brought
out in -an emerald" buckle, which com
pletes the empire effect.
.
Mrs'. C' E. Chenerey entertained this
week the Thursday Bridge Club.
...
Society was in evidence on Wednesday
at the Waverly Golf Club, at the open
ing of the golf tournament for the trophy
presented by Miss Sallie Lewis. Mrs.
Richard Koehler. Mrs. W. B. Ayer, Mrs.
Thomas Kerr, Mrs. John Ainsworth, Miss
Flanders and Miss Nan Wood are among
the contestants.
...
. Mr. and Mrs. John Latta (nee Failing),
whose wedding was one of the smartest
affairs of the Autumn, are now occupying
the Harrison Corbett residence until the
completion of their new home. Miss Fail
ing will give a luncheon this coming week
for Mrs. Latta.
...
Captain Burnside, U. S. A., who Is pop
ular in "Portland society, is to visit short
ly at Vancouver Barracks. Captain Burn
side has been stationed for somte time
with the Fourteenth Infantry at Colum
bus, O.
.....
Mrs. Joseph D. Grant, of San Francisco,
who has been entertained at many smart
affairs, left on Monday with her two
children for her home in Burltngame.
During her -visit Mrs. Grant was the
guest of her sister. Mrs. Thomas Kerr,
...
The Washington Herald publishes the
following account of Mrs. and Mrs. James
Mcl. Wood's recent visit- to the capital:
"Major and Mrs. James Mcintosh Wood,
of Portland, Or., have been in Washing
ton the greater part of the week, revisit
ing old friends and scenes. Major Wood,
who Is the son of the late Surgeon-General
Wood, United States Navy, was In
charge of all the social functions in con
nection with the recent Lewis and Clark
Exposition, and it is to him that the suc
cess of such occasions was largely due.
Having resided many years in Washing
ton before moving to the Pacific Coast,
Major Wood's Interest in the growth and
development of the city was intensified.
He and his wife were the recipients of
many social attentions during their visit
here, and were, given a special audience
with President Roosevelt on Thursday
morning. Washlngtonlans who were In
Portland for the Exposition gratefully re
call the many courtesies of Major Wood
and his charming wife."
...
" Mrs. Alfred Tucker was hostess last
week at a "500" party. - i
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Mrs. C. J. Reed, who has been a guest
of relatives In New York City, is at pres
ent visiting Major and Mrs. Burr, who
are stationed in Boston. Mrs. Burr will
be remembered as Miss Catherine Green,
daughter of Mrs. H. D. Green. Mrs.
Reed's eldest son. Jack, is at Harvard,
and has been contributing some clever ar
ticles to the Harvard Lampoon. While
at preparatory school at MoTristown, N.
J., he distinguished himself as the editor-in-chief
of the Morristonian. Harry Reed
is at present attending preparatory school
at Morrlstown.
...
Miss Letty . McKInnon entertained. '.at
cards on the 2th of October In honor of
Miss Lucy Williams and Miss Edna Jef
frey, both brides to be. On the score
cards were miniature shoes and tiny bags
of rice, tied with white gauze ribbon.
Prizes were won by Mrs. P. C. Patterson
and Mrs. Evans.
...
Mrs. Nellie Young, of Cleveland, O., is
a guest of Dr. Quigley.
. . . '
Mrs. John Peters was hostess On Mon
day at a pretty luncheon given at her
home in Milwaukie. The dining-room was
done entirely in tones of blue and white,
even the table linen being of delicate'
shades. White bridesmaids roses were
used as a centerpiece, and the effect wa
further enhanced by the hostess, who
wore a becoming gown of blue and white
embroidered linen. The guests were: Mrs.
Ernest Laidlaw. Mrs. Frank Branch
Riley, Mrs. Hugh Laidlaw, Miss Alice
Salisbury, Miss LUHan Dosch, Miss Lulie
Hall and Miss Camilla Dosoh.
...
Dom Zan left last week for a several
weeks' business and pleasure trip com
bined to New York. While there Mr. Zan
will attend the grand opera, and the horse
show.
The residence of Dr. and Mrs. Milo
Kirkpatrick, 358 Mellnda avenue, wu the
scene of a reception given by Mrs. Kirk
patrick Thursday from 3 until 5 ,P. M.
Mrs. George M. Strong and Mrs. E. P.
Geary presided at the table, assisted by
Miss Clara Jones' and Mies Edna Protz
man. .Mrs. B. Wesley Jones and Mrs. A.
J. Capron served punch In the hall. Mrs.
B. B. Wight Mrs. Edward Hitchcock.
Mrs. Albert E. Butterfield and Mrs. J. P.
Jones, the latter from Salem, assisted In
entertaining. Jean Martin and Greata
Butterfield, in dainty blue frocks, received
at the door. - Mrs. Kirkpatrick wore a
handsome gown of white crepe de Paris.
Two hundred guests called.
...
Mrs. S. B. Llnthicum and her son, Al
exander, have returned after a month's
visit to New York.
. .
Mrs. Harriet K." McArthur Is a guest
of Senator and Mrs. Levi Ankeny In
Walla Walla.
.
Mrs. Ned Adarus, of Honolulu, who was
formerly Miss Gretchen 'Beck, has taken
a furnished cottage at Twenty-first and
Glisan streets for several months. Mr.
Adams will Join her later.
...
Mrs. Bingham, nee Lewis, wife of the
late Dr. Bingham, of Walla Walla, and
her son, Mason, are located in Boston
for the Winter.
Mrs. Arthur Minott is expected to re
turn this week from New York, where
for the past two months she has been
visiting her relatives.
. .
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Benson, who will
be pleasantly remembered in Portland,
are at present living In Washington, D.
C. Mr. Benson, who was the former au
ditor of the O. R. & N. Co.. is now the
general auditor of the Isthmian Canal
Commission. He has recently purchased
a lot on Massachusetts avenue, near
Twenty-fourth street, in Washington, and
Is planning to erect a handsome resi
dence of the Venetian style of architect
ure. ...
Mrs. H. 9. Tuthill entertained charm
ingly on Wednesday In honor of the
Five Hundred Club.
Dr. Philip Johnson, of New York City,
a cousin of Mrs. William Alvord, arrived
last week with his bfide, formerly Mrs.
Scarborough, of New York. Dr. Johnson,
It will be remembered, visited fn Port
land last Summer, and at Mrs. C. H.
Lewis' country home at Ecola. Dr. and
Mrs Johnson, who will prove pleasing
acquisitions to society, are guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Alvord. Later they will go to
housekeeping.
n . .
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Flanders will
entertain the Eight-Ten-Thirty Five Hun
dred Club at their residence, 581 Haw
thorne Terrace, on Monday evening, No
vember 5.
...
Mrs. Walter F. White entertained with
a telephone tea -on Monday in honor of
Mrs. Edwards, of Hay Creek, and Miss
Smith, of England. Mrs: T. W. B. London
poured tea and Mrs. George served Ices.
Mrs. George Marshall, Miss Helen White
and Miss Florence Williams, of The
Dalles, assisted. Mrs. Edwards wore a
handsome black velvet gown, Mrs. White
a pale, blue silk 'voile, and Miss Helene
White blue liberty satin Princess gown
; -. ',. ... '..'
' The members of St.. Agnes' -Guild of
St. Mark's Church. . composed of the ' fol
lowing girls, Miss - Helene 'White, Miss
Maud Hahn, Miss Clara Boot, the Misses
Veda and Inez Cumming, Miss 'Mabel
Devers, Miss Margaret Boot and Others,
entertained with nine tables of five hun
dred at the residence of Miss Inez Cum
ming on Tuesday. A neat sum was made
for the cause. The decoration of Autumn
leaves ' was exceedingly pretty.' Pictures
of three of the girls of the guild appear
today. . .
Miss Alice Benson gave an informal tea
Monday afternoon In honor of her guest,
Miss Marian Dean, of Boston.
Mrs. Harry Sargent entertained ' on
Wednesday with an informal tea in honor
of Mrs. Holmes and Miss Campbell. Mrs.
James Hart and Mrs. L. H. Tarpley
poured tea, Miss Louise Howland and
Mrs. Walter Holt assisted. The center
piece on the mahogany table was a huge
pumpkin filled with varicolored grapes
and their foliage. .
. .
-Mrs. William MacMasters entertained
last week with four tables of bridge in
honor of her mother, Mre. Fender.
...
Mrs. R. M. Jones and her daughter.
Miss Anwylyd Jones were hostesses at a
delightful tea given on Wednesday after
noon In honor of Mrs. John Morgan
Thomas. The rooms were" decorated In a
profusion of Autumn leaves and yellow
chrysanthemums. In the dining-room the
table was presided over by Mrs. F. Eg
gert, Mrs. M. C. George, Mrs. John A.
Bell and ' Mrs. J. B. Cleland, assisted
by Miss Broughton and Miss Doernbecher.
Mrs. Arthur Jones and Miss Edna George
served punch. Mrs. Gwilym Jones .also
assisted in receiving. Mrs. Thomas was
most becomingly attired in a handsome
pink chiffon and satin gown. Several af
fairs are being planned for this week In
honor of Mrs. Thomas, who leaves very
soon for her home in Milwaukee, Wis.
. ...
Colonel and Mrs. Dent have as their
guests their daughter, Mrs. Burt, and
her husband, Dr. Franklin Burt, Twenty-fourth
Infantry, both . recent arri
vals from the Philippines, and. also
Miss Wlnnlfred Mears, from San Fran
cisco. ...
The officers and ladies of the Four
teenth Infantry at Vancouver Barracks
have sent out invitations for Wednes
day evening, November .7, . to a recep
tion given as a welcome to Colonel and
Mrs. John C. Dent. Colonel Dent has
but recently taken command of the
Fourteenth. The genial Colonel an
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The Store Noted for Best Goods at Lowest Prices
NEW GARNET
BROADCLOTHS
We have just received, by express, a new shipment of all-wool
Broadcloths in the popular wine and garnet shades. They come
54 and 61 inches wide in plain shades, plaids and checks. Special
prices for Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday. See Morrison-St. window
54-IN. BROADCLOTH, in a beautiful
shade of garnet a regular $1.50 grade
three-day special $1.25
61-IN. BROADCLOTH, in new cheeks
and plaids of garnet and green, $1.65
grade; three-day special. . . . .$1.50
54-IN. BROADCLOTH, in rich, deep
wine shades ; a regular $2.00 grade ;
special for three days $1.7o
Thanksgiving Table Linens
AT 25c A YARD 5S-inch loom dice Table Damask a splen
did wearing quality and worth 40c a yard. Extra special for
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday ...25"
AT 35c A YARD 56-inch Silver Bleached Damask, in good
selection of patterns ; has a fine, soft finish and wears well ;
best 50c grade. Special three-day sale ." 3o
AT 50c A YARD 72-inch Bleached Table Damask double
warp, worth 75c a yard ; choice new designs. Extra special
for these three days at, per yard. .50
AT 58c A YARD 60-inch Satin-Finished Table Damask, in
fine assortment of pretty floral designs; a regular 75c value.
Special for these three days, at, yard 58
AT 65c A YARD 72-ineh Bleached Table Damask, in an
extra heavy grade ; a splendid value at 85c a yard ; ten pat
terns. Special three.-day sale 65
AT 75c A YARD 72-inch Bleached Table Damask, "warrant
ed all pure lintn and worth $1.00 a yard; choice of several
patterns, at, special per yard. .75$
AT 95c A YARD 72-inch Bleached Double Satin Damask
all pure linen rich floral designs. Our best $1.25 grade,
for three days, special 95
NAPKINS TOR LESS.
17x1 7-inch Loom Dice Napkins; special, per dozen.. 65
20x20-inch satin-finished Napkins, special, per dozen. $1. 35
22x22-inch linen Napkins, $2.00 grade, per dozen. . .$1.50
22x22-inch extra heavy, linen, per dozen ...$1.65
24x24-inch pure linen, $5.00 grade, per dozen $3.95
All Table Linens and. Napkins bought
during this sale will be hemmed free
of charge.
54-IN. BROADCLOTH, in the new
shades of wine and garnet; a standard
$2.75 value; sp'l. for 3 days.. $2.25
64-IN. BROADCLOTH, in beautiful
rich wine shades; a cloth worth $4.50
a yard; special for three days.$3.25
56-IN. BROADCLOTH, in rich, lus
trous black, sponged and shrunk; $5
grade; three days only $3.50
38-IN. SUITINGS, in mixed gray ef
fects; also complete line of shades in
Tamise and Serges; regular 65c and
75c values; special, yard 50
44-IN. PANAMA, in all the leading
shades ; a good $1 grade ; special for
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday. .85.
48-IN. GRANITE, in popular shades
for Winter .wear; our regular $1.25
grade; special for. throe days..90
54-in. TWEED MIXTURES for suits
and coats; light and dark shades;
$1.65 grade; special $1.25
TAFFETA SDLK-A special lot of
all leading shades, warranted pure
silk; special, per yard 60
Black Goods
54-IN. CHEVIOT, in fine grade
sponged and shrunk; a good $1.50
quality; special, yard $1.10
54-IN. SERGE, warranted to bo
waterproof; good weight and best
$1.50 grade; special, yard... $1.05
56-IN. PANAMA, in a fine, deep
black, worth every cent of $1.65 a
yard; special for three days. .$1.15
52-IN. GRANITE, in medium weight
and best $1.35 value; special for these
three days, per yard 95
Flannelettes Reduced
36-IN. FLANNELETTE, in pretty
floral and Oriental designs; extra
heavy fleece, light and dark colors;
the regular 15c grade. Take your
pick of some 800 yards, Monday,
Tuesdav and Wednesday 12V'
27-IN. FLANNELETTE, in light and
dark colors an extra good 12V?c
grade. To close out the entire line in
three clays, you may take your choice
at, per yard......... '. .10
27-IXC II ' FI.AN'SELETTES Our reffll
.lar. 10c grade; aljout.10 pieces left In
this lot. light and dark colors and new
patterns; special for these three days
only, .yard . . . .8 1-3J,
Blankets Comforters
AT $1.15 EACH Comforters filled with pure white cotton;
hand-tufted and full bed size; light and dark colors; $1.50
grade, special $1.15
AT $1.47 EACH Comforters made extra large, with best
silkoline cover; white cotton filled; hand-tied; our regular
$1.95 grade. Special for three days .$1.-4T
AT $1.95 EACH Extra large, fluffy Comforters, best silko
line cover, hand-tufted; light and dark colors; best $2.50
grade. Special,' each $1.9t
WOOL BLANKETS White Wool Blankets, in full bed size ;
red, pink and blue borders; good weight and worth $4.50 a
pair.. Special, pair $3.35
WOOL BLANKETS White Wool Blankets, fiiH 11-4 size,
with colored borders and silk-taped ends; best $5.50 vnlue in
town. Special, pair $3.9o
WOOI.. BLANKETS Gray wool Blankets., extra large and
heavy; the kind sold elsewhere at 8.TpO and $.7.00; our spi-
cial price for .'three Jays $v.00
WOMEN'S 85c UNION SUITSt-WHITE ONLY SPECIAL, 50tf EACH.
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Portland
Agents
for Warner's
and Thomson's
Corsets
New Models
on Display
The Store Noted for Best Goods at Lowest Prices
his attractive wife are great favorites
and the reception promises to be an
elaborate affair. The evening will be
spent In dancing. Arrangements have
been made for a late ferry, and special
busses will convey Portland guests
from the ferry to the post hop. room.
. Mrs. James T. Moylan gave a very
pretty tea Saturday afternoon at her
home on Willamette Heights, in honor
of her mother, Mrs. W. F. Kilgore. The
rooms were ' decorated in palms and
yellow chrysanthemums. Miss Helen
Babee and Miss Fox poured tea. About
30 guests, were Invited.
...
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Leslie Warren
(the latter formerly Miss Kuth Smith)
returned yesterday from their wedding
journey to Del Monte and San Fran
cisco. They will be guests for a week
or ten days at Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Smith's home on Riverside Drive, and
later take uj their residence in As
toria. Mrs. Warren will receive with
her mother on Tuesday, Mrs. Smith's
day at home.
. Mrs. F. Wasserman has returned
home after a delightful European trip
and is at the Nortonia. Miss Getta
Wasserman. who accompanied her
mother abroad, will visit for a month
or more In New York before coming
home. .
Mr.- and Mrs. Dan J. Malarkey were
hosts Wednesday at a Halloween danc
ing party given at Larowe Hall.
Mrs. J. G. Edwards, a charming Eng
lish woman, of Hay Creek, Or., and her
sister, Miss Smith, of England, have
been guests for a week of Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Smith. Mrs. Edwards, who Is a
handsome woman and always beauti
fully gowned, entertained recently Miss
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Josephine Smith and Miss Frances Wil
son at their sheep ranch, which is said
to be the largest in America. Mrs.
Edwards and Miss Smith are guesti
for a few days at .the Hotel Portland.
Miss Smith leaves soon for Europe, and
Mrs. Edwards is to spend the remain
der of the Winter at Palm .Beach,
Florida. '
A club composed of the following
members; .Messrs. Roy Fields, Arthur
Fields, Curtis Sargent, Frank Howell,
Wyd Honeyman and John "Wheeler is
to give a dancing party on November
17. The patronesses are to be Mrs.
Frank Rigler, Mrs. E. E. Coursen and
Mrs. P. E. Brigham.
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Ackerman have
gone to New York for a three weeks'
visit. Upon their return they will visit
With Mrs. Ackerman's mother, Mrs. Lt.
Jtau, at. the Nortonia. Mrs.. Albeit
Kohny (Miss Edna Rail) Is at present
in Boise, Idaho, but will also visit her
mother this Winter.
Bishop and Mrs. Scadding were the
honor guests at an elaborate dinner
given by Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Weeks
on Wednesday. Covers were laid for
18 in the private diningroom of the
H'obart-Curtls. Lovely white chrysan
themums and greens were used as dec
orations. Those present were: Colonel
and-Mrs. John McCraken; Dr. and Mrs.
A. A. Morrison, Mrs. J. N. Dolph, Mr.
and Mrs. James Laidlaw, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Watson, Rev. and Mrs. Dawson,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Teal and George
II. Williams.
Mrs. H. W. Goode, who has been 111
for several weeks, leaves on Sunday
with Mr. Goode for California, spend
in gtheirentlretimeatAIontereyfind
Santa Barbara, where Mrs. Goode hopes
to recuperate.
Mr. Theodore B. Wilcox lpft last
week for a brief trip to New York.
NANCY LEE.'
EVENTS OF THE WEEK,
The Ladies' Auxiliary. Ancient Order of
Hibernians, of this city, tendered a splen
did reception to Mrs. P. DouRlass
Wednesday evening at her home, 777 Over
ton street. The artistic decorations, pot
ted -.plants and Oregon grape, were in
abundance. The hostess left nothing un
done to entertain her sister Hibernians
and their many friends. After several
songs and speeches were given a bounti
ful lunch was served. . Those present
were: Mr. and Mrs. P. Douglass, Mr.
and Mrs. T. W. Ward, Mr. and . Mrs.
James Muldoon. Mrs. W. M. Llllls, Mrs.
F. Mallon, Mre. L. B. Warrie, Mrs.
Charles Duggan, Mrs. James Foley, Mrs.
Walshe. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Wills. Mre.
J. J. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Smyth,
Mrs. Meager. Misses Marie Clianilers, A.
Sweeney. Agnes Gallagher,' May Major,
Mamie Waleh. Edllh Wlsen, Mollie Burke,
Bstella Madden, B. Joyce, Catherine Fo
ley, May Smytn, Nellie Lavin. Lotta Cnr
michael. Anita Smyth, Sallie Madigan,
Lewis Vadnais, Nellie Muldoon, Cather
ine Farrell, Helen Geary, Annie Hearty,
Margaret Brady, Genevieve Ward, Maggie
Rice, Messrs. T. Meagher, John Farrell,
Joseph McMahon, John Duff, Charles
Pembroke, Rodger Muldoon, N. J. Robert
son, Frank Iahy, Jack Dollpe, T. E.
Madden, D. W. Lane, J. F. Douglass, 9.
P. Douglass, Timothy Driscoll, Frank
Callahan, Joseph Brady, J. Madigan, P.
Madigan, P. E. Sullivan. H. T. Ross,
George Mueller, Peter Bunyan.
The Epworth League of the Sellwood
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