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THE SUNDAY OREGONIAX, ' PORTLAND, NOVEMBER 3, 1907
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i HE stellar event of the year from a
8ociul standpoint will undoubtedly
be the horse show, which com
mences this coming Thursday anfl, lit-
eluding matinees, will prove the particu
lar lodestar until the finaj Saturday
evening performance. '
Thus early an Influx from the neighbor
ing states has begun and there will be
a splendid showing of handsome animals,
smart equipages and well-groomed liv
eried servants, many of whom partici
pated in the recent Seattle show. Van
couver Barracks is to be well repre
sented. Polo ponies will be shown by
Lieutenant Gregg and Lheutenant John
McE. Pruin. The handsome team of
Kentucky thoroughbreds owned by Major
Parka, U. S. A., are also to compete.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Farrell. 6f Seattle,
who came over for the horse show, ai)
guests at the Portland Hotel. Mr. Farrell
ha shipped Fox Catcher and Fayette,
which attracted much attention at Se
attle. He expresses .himself as being
more than pleased with the well-appointed
Oriental building, "which he de
clares favorably compares with that .of
From a sartorial standpoint the horse
show promises to eclipse anything ever
given in Portland. Modistes and mil
liners have been besieged with orders,
as many have signified their intention
of appearing in different gowns at each
performance. Many ' boxholders have
planned parties for each . exhibition,
many of whom will entertain at dinner
or at supper following. Among
some of those who will entertain largely
aro: Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Wilcox, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Wesley I.add, Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. Gates. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel El
more, of Astoria: Mr. Thomas Scott
Brooke, Mr. Robert Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
John Alnsworth and others.
H. W. Treat, of Seattle, who is owner
of the only complete drag in the West,
Is to. appear at the coming show. The
tandem owned by Dr. A. C. Froome is to
be driven by a clever hand who at one
time was Becond whip to Vanderbllt.
. . .
Ope of the most brilliant Oregon wed
dings celebrated this season, was that of
Miss Susan H. Elmore and Frlta Howard
Haradan, of Washington, D. C, which
took place in Astoria on Monday evening
last. The bride is the eldest daughter of
Mr and Mrs. Samuel Elmore, of Astorl
and Is well known In Portland, where she
has been a frequent visitor. There are
few girls in the state who enjoy more
popularity than the bride, who has a
charming personality and like her sis
ters Is athletically IncHned, being a dev
otee of tennis and golf, and an ac
complished equestrienne, tor some years
Miss Elmore attended school in Washing
ton. D. C, where the romance originated.
The day set for the wedding was
Iiappy choice, as in addition tihereto, it
marked the birthday anniversary of Mrs.
Elmore, the mother of the bride.
In lieu of having the ceremony' per
formed In the handsome Elmore resi
dence. It took place in the quaint M. E.
Church, which the bride, has attended
since childhood and where sift has taught
Sunday school classes. The decorations
were unusually artistic, having been ar
ranged by the girlhood friends. The chan
cel was massed with palms, bamboo trees,
ferns and immense white chrysanthe
mums; large bunches of the latter were
placed at the end of each pew, and lield
In place with broad satin streamers. . I
The ceremony was performed by the
ReV. Dr. Huntley, of Washington, D. C,
for many years chaplain in the Senate,
who is an uncle of the bride. He came
across the continent to officiate ami was
assisted by Dev. C C. Barrick of the local
M. E. Church. Miss Kate Flavel presid
ed at the organ and rendered in addition
to the wedding inarch, "Oh, Perfect Love
in a-most pleasing manner.
The bride was "attired In a stunning
gown of ivory ducnesse satin wun an
enormous court train of silvery white bro
cade, the- corsage was elaborated with
ancestral lace and was worn with a dia
mond crescent, a present of the groom.
The full-length veil which enveloped her
figure , was held In place with a tiara
effect of lilies of the valley. While the
bouquet wag ot the same dainty flower
combined with lavender orchids.
vThe maid' of honor was Floretta Elmore,
who made a striking appearance in an
empire gown of white chiffon cloth with
folds of pink liberty satin and much lace,
carrying a huge and high bouquet' of
delicately tinted chrysanthemums which
reached to the hem of her gown. The
maids. Miss Ford, of Detroit; Miss Elsie
Elmore and Mrs. A. A. Finch, wore the
same types of gown as the maid of honor,
composed of shell pink chiffon cloth; they
also carried long stem chrysanthemums,
which were tied with bows of pink gauie.
As a pleasing Innovation they wore n
their coiffures a coronet effect and bow
of pink satin ribbons from which a min
iature pleated bride's veil of white tulle
fell in graceful folds to the waist line.
Mr. Haradan, who formerly resided
here, where he .enjoys much popularity,
was attended by William D. Skinner, of
Portland, Or.; the ushers were Arnold
Rothwell and Howard Holland, of this
city, and Dr. A. A. Finch and Duncan A.
McLean, of Astoria
At the reception, which followed, the
ceremony at the residence, the drawing
rooms were decorated with massive jar
diniers of pink and white cosmos and
white chrysanthemums. The dining-room
was arranged with a profusion of greens
and baskets of flaming dahlias. The bride's
table, arranged In the breakfast-room,
was In tones of pink and white chrysan
themums anu tulle. Here the bride re
ceived tli numerous telegrams and cable
grams of good wishes and congratulation.
Mrs. Elmore was distinguished in
gown of black lace over pink chiffon with
which she wore a cameo surrounded with
diamonds and carried a bouquet of Parma
violets and lavender orchids. The bride'
going-away gown was a navy blue tailored
broadcloth worn with handsome furs and
a corsage bouquet of orcnids. Mr. and
Mrs. Haradan left for California and tl
East, visiting points of interest before
taking up their residence in Washington:
then programmes were passed. Lntil
theh everyone's identity was a mystery.
There were a number of Portland peo
ple present. Miss Genevieve Parke had
as her guests.- Miss Lisa Wood, Miss
Frances Wilson, Miss . Carolyn Burns.
Miss Leslie Knapp and Miss Josephine
Mrs.""Greely wore an attractive frock
of black ami white, while Mrs. Dent ap
peared In a black shirred lace with orna
ments or diamonds. "i ne costumes wero
ery clever and the ideas splendidly car
ried out. Mrs. Burt waa little girl in snort
Mrs. Hulrae appeared as a gypsy.
Miss Edith Dent wore a beautiful Queen
of Hearts costume. . '
Mrs Shaw, hllfl orfs Of the mOSt COB"
plete and best-carrled-out costumes of tha
evening. She appeared -as a Filipino wo
man. ' .
Mrs. Busche was a German peasanr.
Mrs. "Dyer was typical of inter.
was the frost spirit and. wore an attrac
tive short costume, covered with dazzling
Mrs. Fleming made a cunning Red Rid-
In? Hood. . ,
Mrs. Johnson had. most amusing cos
tume. A front view representeu a gin 01
16 and the back a" woman of 60 years. The
Idea was cleverly carried out.
Miss Klly Johnson .was attirea as a.
peasant. N .
Miss Rachel jonnson wore a. uo.mi.jr
Dolly Varden costume.
Miss Camilla Dosch was a pretty gypsy
tfrl." - .'.
MiBS Marguerite Jjoscn .represent a.
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Miss Bainbridge and Miss J-slle K.napp
were both gypsies. . - , . ...
Miss Frances Wilson naa a striRins
costume representing a Spanish maid.
Vl .TrBThine Smith was folly in a
white tulle costume ' with a red cap and
Unellnir bells." '
Miss Lisa Wood and iiss iaroiyn ouiu
wero both-Spanish maids.
vtr shields was a Japanese gin in
costume procured in Japan and complete
In everv detail.
Misa Rose and Miss Uertruae ureeiy
wnr. the most elaborate Chinese costumes;
Their mandarin coats were... ecpecially
viva T.vnn wna n old-fashioned girl.
Mr..' Klkland had an attractive Col
e-iiv "Riddle had as clever a cos
tume as any ol the evening, appearing .a
Captain Lansing appeared as a forbid
Mr. Kirkland wore a compieia in
Mr TjOmont was an amusine soiuier
Mr. McLaughlin was a proper traei-
Captain Hansen as. Little Boy Blue was
Lieutenant Regan represented the t-iea
T1no- of Hnrnlin.
It was hard to recognize Lieutenant Har
ry Gregg in the Chinese coolie wandering
about 'the hall. ' ' ' . '
T.it.ntennnt Wood appeared as a sailor
Mr. Warfleld had one of the Desi cos
tumes of the evening. He was Lord Ches-
T-fi(ld eomnfete in every detail.
Captain Craig represented a past gene-
i-ottnn In . h a old Co onlal aress. tr.
Busche was a clown, Captain age a sail
or and Mr. Arno Dosh a cowDoy.
Two hundreds guests were present.
Mr. and Mrs. William Jones, of Seattle,
win he the truests of Mr. and Mrs. Mor
ton Insley during the horse show. They
will be guests of Mrs. J. wesiey baau
at her box party Saturday evening.
Mrs. Howard Mather entertained with
a luncheon of eight covers at her
Twenty-second street residence, Friday
afternoon. The dining-room was decor
ated with red Richmond roses. Mrs,
Mather's guests were: Mrs. Robert Lewis
Mrs. Theodore B. Wilcox. Mrs. J. Frank
Watson, Miss Virginia Wilson, Mrs. Her
bert Nichols, Mrs. era Snow and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore B. Wilcox- re
turned Tuesday from a visit of a month's
duration in the East. Most of the time
was spent in New York and in Mrs. Wil
cox's old home in Westfield, Mass.
Mrs. Clarence Nichols was hostess at
one of the Drettiest of the . Autumn
"teas Thursday afternoon. Yellow chrys
anthemums were , effectlvelj' DanKea
against the dark oak throughout the
house, and a color scheme of yellow was
carried out. Receiving with Mrs. Nichols
was Mrs. Jesse Stearns. In the dining-
room Mrs. Edward Carpentier Mears,
Mrs. John Eben Young. Mrs. Warren F.
Houghton and Mrs. J. Frank Watson
served. Mrs. J. Wesley Ladd and Miss
Martha Hoyt served punch. The MlBses
Vida. Faye and ' Mildred Nichols, Miss
Miriam Strong, Effie Houghton and Mrs,
K. A. J. Mackenzie assisted in receiving.
Mrs. Clarence Nichols wore a most at
tractive frock of white Dresden silk and
a corsage bouquet of violets. Mrs. Steam
wore a dainty light blue gown and Parma
violets. Miss Martha Hoyt was cnarm
ingly gowned in & white lace creation,
and Mrs. Ladd in a soft white chiffon.
Mrs. Mears' gown was a lovely yellow
voile, and Mrs. Houghton's was a com
bination of white tulle and lace,
Mrs. Watson appeared In a black
and white silk, and Mrs. John Eben
Young wore a cream-colored gown.
The announcement of the marriage of
Lieutenant Logan Tucker to Mrs. Mary
Barbour Broome, the former wife of
Colonel George Cochran Broome, has
caused quite a ripple of excitement here,
Lieutenant Tucker has many friends in
Portland and was popular among the
younger set here, where he lived for
number of years while his father was
Paymaster of the Department of the Co
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Buffum, accompa
nied by Mrs. Sarah Bradbury Forbes,
have returned from an extended Eastern
visit. Mrs. Buffum and MiS Anne Sho
gren had a number of enjoyable horse
back rides in the parks of New York
City. Both are- splendid equestriennes and
will be seen in the coming horse stiow
exhibiting their splendid mounts.
Madame von Bolton, Miss Nicholson
and Miss Tica von Bolton gave the sec
ond or tneir series ot uriuge pai ties
Thursday afternoon. - As usual, they
proved themselves charming hostesses
and never was their attractive home seen
to better advantage, the floral effect be
ing particularly pleasing. The dainty
Dresden drawing-room was enhanced by
a profusion of pink bridesmaid rosebuds.
In the dining-room were massed pink
roses and dahlias, while red dahlias were
effectively arranged in the hall. Fifty
guests were present. Miss Ella Hirsch,
Mrs. Li H. Tarpley, Mrs. G. Russell and
Mrs.. Frank Warren, , Jr., served. The
prizes were won by Mrs. Walter V. Smith,
Miss Ella Stevens .and Miss Eleanor Gile
Madame von Bolton wore a dainty pale
blue gown and Miss Nicholson a black
and white chiffon.
The most elaborate affair ever given at
the Vancouver Barracks was the masque
ball given Halloween eve by the officers
and ladles of the f ourteentn. Mr. uan
Busche's was the master hand that direct
ed the adornment of the large gymna
sium. All conceded it to be a perfectly
decorated ballroom. One corner of the
room represented a rathskeller, from
which refreshments were-served all even
lng. In another corner was found a per
fect Imitation of an old well.' In this, well
was sunk a large punch bowl. Soft red
lights completed this attractive corner.
Arranged around the room were couches
draped about with American flags. Yel
low shades mellowed the lights and oast
a soft glow over the beautiful decorations.
General and Mrs. Greely and Colonel
and Mrs. Dent were in the receiving line
The dancers unmasked at 11 o'clock and
The Hunt Club has selected a. number
of young men of the club to. act as ush
ers at the horse show this vftek. Among
th iiRhprv will he James B. Alexander.
Edward Sterling. Arnold Rothwell, Henry
Metzger, Walter V611man,. Walter Mc
Common, Joseph Cronln and Harry
Mr. A. H. Birrell entertained 30 of the
.most prominent Scotchmen, of the city
with a Scotch Halloween party at ui
residence on Willamette Heights, Thurs-
dav evening. One of the features of the
evening was the bagpiper and the Scotch
songs. Intense Scotch enthusiasm was
aroused by the grand "march behind the
Miss Louise and Miss Katherino Bald
win of Ottawa, Canada, nieces or Mr.
Robert Smith, are at present house guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. O'Brien.
Mr and Mrs. Fred S. Stanley are re
ceiving congratulations upon the arrival
of a baby daughter. -
Mrs Newell Barnard and her sister,
Miss Nell Lockwood. of Saginaw, Mich
have cards out for afternoon of bridge,
Wednesday, November 6.
Mrs. Raich W. Hoyt entertained
Wednesday, tor Mrs. Bowles, of Hong
kong. formerly Miss Nellie Nayes, an
her mother. Mrs. Noyes, in the form
f a tea. The attractive uoyi nom
was beautifully aecoraieu wun ura
red Autumn leaves, cosmos and yel
low chrysanthemums. Mrs. Bert Ball
and Mrs. Robert Lewis poured tea,
while Mrs. J. N. Teal and Mrs. James
Honeyman served ices. Assisting In
the dinlngroom were Miss Maida Hart,
Miss 'Muriel Williams, and Miss Leslie
Knapp. At the punch bowl were Mrs.
George Hoyt, Jr., and Mrs. Henry Prud
homme. Mrs. George Nosmith Barker (Miss
Semele Groat) will entertain at lunch
eon Wednesday at her home 717 East
Miss Bernice Baker, accompanied by
-her father,-John S. Baker, of Tacomu,
will be the guest of Miss Maud and
Miss Belle AInsworth during the horse
show. Both Mr. and Miss Baker are ex
hibiting splendid thoroughbreds at the
horse show, and will undoubtedlycarry
away many honors.
Tho Halloween party given by the
Irvington Tennis Club was the most
lar&cly attended party ever given at
The Store Noted for Beat Goods at Lowest Pricea
on Sale Monday
Be prompt and secure first choice. Exactly an even
hundred in the lot, and every garment strictly up
to the minute iu .. style.
The new hrewns, greens
and blues are well repre
sented in both the long
coat and jacket styles. If
you 've a suit to buy, now
is your opportunity to
pick from the very best of
this season's garments at
from a third to a half be- -low
the regular- values.
We also place on special
sale Monday and Tuesday
a line of Black Voiles and
Panama Dress Skirts,
with or without silk drop,
in a large variety of'mod
. els in the stylish plaited
effects, at away under the .
regular-prices. A visit to
our popular suit section'
will convince you of the
s u p e riority of our gar
ments, both as to fit and
Sample Suits S15.00 to $65.00
Sample Raincoats 12.50 to S40.00
Sample' Skirts 3.50 to $30.00
Sample Jackets S 5.00 to $50.00
Sample Petticoats ...$ 5.00 to S30.00
Misses' Coats $ 4.50 to $25.00
FINE FURS We can save you at least 25 per cent
on your fur purchases. , A complete line of all the
popular skins, made, up in the very latest styles, now
ready for your inspection. Furs laid aside on pay
ment of small deposit.
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C8-inch Bleached Table Damask, a
splendid wearing grade, several new
atterus to choose from. C A
Special, yard JJG
72-inch pure Irish Linen Damask, full
bleached anil good weight, regular 95e
grade Monday and Tucs- 7r
72-inch extra heavy Irish Linen Dam
ask, beautiful new patterns, Q7
$1.23 quality special, yard..'
Napkins to match, dozen $2.05
64-inch pure Irish Linen Damask, ex
tra heavy and a fine wearing quality,
$1.25 value Monday - and -Tuesday
72-in. double Satin Irish Linen Dam
ask, grass bleached, extra CI AJ
heavy, and best .2 grade. . V 1
Napkins to match S4.2
Hemstitched Linen Cloth and dozen
Napkins to match, pure white and all
linen, regular $12.50 3.39
grade special w.ww
Women's Flannel Gowns
Women's extra heavy Flannel Gowns
in plain white, blue, pink and fancy
stripes, made in standard sizes and
neatly trimmed with fancy braids, etc.
See Third-street window display.
TRl nF MABK
For Women Who Care
Forest Mills fine Ribbed Vests, Pants
and Tights, hand finished, wijh silk
tape and silk crochet edge. A y
Forest Mills Union Suits in a fine
French rib, beautifully finished, and a
'standard $1.00 grade ' v 7c
: special Monday '.. .
Forest Mills fine Australian Wool
Vests, Pants and Tights, cut in full
' standard - sizes, best $1.35 Q 7f
Forest Mills fine Silk and Wool Vests,
' Pants and Tights, in medium weight,
best $1.35 quality special, QTr
each.... ' "
Forest Mills, fine Ribbed Union Suits
for women, silk finished, and a splen
did $1.50 grade Monday " 1 Q
and Tuesday P 1 . X J7
Forest Mills fine Silk and Wool Union
Suits, beautifully finished, and stand-
SPLENDID VALUES IN
New Dress Goods and Silks
"McAllen McDonnell's for tine drem noods." For over 10
years we have been Portland's leading dress good nture.
Monday, Tuesduy and Wednesdiiy we quote some especially
good values in tbe popular weave.
52-inch All-Wool Chif
fon Broadcloths in the
popular shades of
brown, green, tan,
navy, garnet and black.
Best $1.85 J?1 Cn
grade, a yd.V w
54-inch All-Wool Chif
fon Broadcloth in the
stylish checks and
stripes, in all the new
shades, best $323 qual-
54-inch All-Wool Chif-,
fon Broadcloth in the
new shades, sponged
and shrunk, best $3.50
values Mondav and.'
54 - inch real French .
Broadcloth, in cretin..
brown, garnet, etc., the best $4.00 cloth iuSlQ OCl
the city, beautiful finish special, yard. iJ-'
54-inch All-Wool Cloakings in a Cue selection of
mixed effects in stripes, checks and (fcl CQ
plaids, regular $2.00 grade, a yard p l.JJ
48-inc.i Black Chevron Rave, one of the season's
best-selling novelties, medium weight, D"J CO
and regular $2.00 value special K -
52-inch extra quality Cream French Serge, strictly
all pure wool, and the grade that usually sells at
$1.50 a yard Monday, Tuesday and 23
Wednesday on sale at, special, a yard. .V
CORNER THIRD AND MORRISON STREETS
that nopular club. The evening's en
tertainment took the form of a domino
mask. After the dancers had unmasked
the Halloween spirit was observed by
Wbblng for apples and various games
appropriate to the night.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gerlinger, Jr.,
and Mr. and Mrs. George Gerllngnr
came down from Dallas, to stay tha
week of the horse show.
Tast Wednesday evenlnR A. King
Wilson pave a diner at his country
home at Oswego, Or., to some of the
students who now reside in Oregon,
but who formerly attended Phillips
Exeter Academy, in New Hampshire.
After dinner they spent the time In
We are prepared to
execute orders for
engraving in the lat
est Tiffany styles
K1LHRM STATIONER! & PRINTING CO.
246 Washington St.
telling- stories of their school days.
Some of the Exeter boys in Oregon are
an -.follows: Dr. J. Tuttle, Astoria,
class of 'G9; Charles F. Adams, rlass
of 1878; Francis D. Chamberlain, Port
land, class of 1880; A. King- Wilson,
Portland, cUss- of 18S8; Hosmer K.
Arriold, Portland, class of '91.
The home of Captain and Mrs. If. G.
Iearnard, of Vancouver Barracks, was
the scene of a happy event last Tues
day afternoon, when Henry Grant
Learnnrd, Jr., born August 19, 1907,
and Hutji, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Newell Barnard, of Portland, born July
19, 1907, were christened by the Rlpht
Kev. P. T. Rows, D. D., Bishop of
Alaska, assisted by the Rev.. W. C.
Kheppard. rector of St. Luke's Episco
pal Church, Vancouver. The sponsors
for the Lrf-arnard child were Captain
C. H. Martin and Mr. and Mrs. Norman
if. Footc, and for the Barnard child
Janus B. Alexander, Miss Noll Lock
wood and Mrs. Learnard. Tho occasion
was an especially interesting one. in view
of the fact that Mrs. Learnard wus also
baptized in her Infancy by Bishop Rove.
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Fisher enter
tained the ltev. Dr. Henrj C. Mlnton,
of Trenton, N. J., during his brief stay
in Portland. He camo West to attend
W. G. SMITH & CO.
G. P. RUMMELIN & SONS
126 Second St, Bet. Washington and Alder
NEWEST DESIGNS IN
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' Alaska Sealskin Coats
Mink Coats, Etc.
Sable Neckwear, Ermine Neck
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In Tab Effect and Plain Styles
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