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TTTE SUNDAY OREGONTAN. POTXTjLAiI, SEPTE3IBETS 27, 1914.
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A Resplendent Array of Suits and Coats
party of the Winter, to be held Friday
evening. October 2. at Christensen's
Hall, Eleventh ahd Yamhill streets.
Several unique features are being
planned as a part of the evening's en
tertainment. In compliance with the popular re
quest of last season's guests, the new
organization will give a series of par
ties at Christensen's, to be maintained
by the subscriptions of its members,
the number of whom is limited to 100.
Every effort will be made to make tho
season's affairs enjoyable in every
The Maxixlans reorganized into the
'Arcadian subscription last week, elect
ing the following officers: President,
Fred L. Carlton; vice-president, Ral
ston J. Clary; secretary. Miss Adel
Barnickel; treasurer. Miss Axla G.
Paget. On the reception committee
were named: Arthur W. Stein, Mrs.
James .H. Abrey, Royden Coster and
J. Jerrold Owen, Miss Lorraine Appel,
Hiss Anne Dillinger.
Miss Edith Lawson was the inspira
tion for a luncheon and miscellaneous
shower for which Miss Velma Lyle
was hostess Saturday afternoon. The
Lyle residence was prettily decorated
for the occasion, the color scheme be
ing pink and gold.
The Invited guests were: Miss Edith
Lawson, Miss Margaret Harmon, Miss
Nina Young, Miss Alice Scholes, Miss
Barbara Wantoch, Miss Doris Ensor,
Miss Irene Harmon, Miss Marie Bur
roughs, Miss Mamie Barkman, .diss
Mary Chambers. M:ss BesUe Richie,
Miss Hilda Stoll, Miss Louise Bruce,
Miss Linda Shaw, Miss Winnifred Ren
fro. Miss Carrie Janen and Miss Velma
Miss Edith Lawson and Doris Ensor
rendered several vocal selections; Miss
Eva Lyle at the piano.
Tho popular Rozalia Girls, former
original members of the G. N. C. B.
Girls, announce to their' members and
friends their October dancing party to
morrow evening at Cotillion Hall. It
Is the aim of the Rozalia Girls to have
special features at each of their parties
and the committee on arrangements is
leaving nothing undone to Insure their
many friends unusually pleasant even
ings. Invitations will be required at
each party and may be secured from
members of the club or by writing
Postoffice Box 3M. The Rozalia Girls:
Miss Lucile Burt, Miss Rose Goddard,
Miss Arglee Abbott. Miss Bula. Van
Horn, Miss Laura Peterson and Miss
Cora Walker. The patronesses for the
club are: Mrs. H. P. Love, Mrs. E. B.
Burt, Mrs. T. H. Cook and Mrs. Carl
The grand opening supper party of
the interscholastic circles will be held
Friday evening, October 2, at the
Cotillion Hall. Special arrangements
and decorations have been completed
and this party is expected to be the
largest In these circles.
The patronesses are Mrs. B. Honey
man, Mrs. J. Belland, Mrs. H. T. Adams
and Mrs. Laura Edwards. The com
mittee consists of Misses Mary Dunbar.
Marian Hoban, Marie Beach, Hazel
Wymore, Helen O'Nell, Edna Holcomb,
Lucile Dudley, Bertha Vandermeer and
Eugene Bellard, Larson Bownay, Ray
mond Staub, Nelson Sehoenberg, Jack
Benefiel, Lee Waldron, Jack Bruhn and
Invitations are being' issued for the
dedication ball to be given by the
Ancient Order of Hibernians in their
new hall on Russell and Rodney ave
nue,' Friday evening. The committee
Is composed of the following: The
. Misses . Marie Chambers, Katherine
Gaffney, Margaret Smith, Cecilia Mc
Mahon, Anna Dunn, Mary Francis Mc
Carthy, Isabelle Concannon, Esther
Hogan. Anna Donavan, Katherine Mad
lgan, Henrietta Wascher, and A. Camp
bell, J. D. Doyle, Dan Smith, T. I. Ma
loney, V. O'Hare, P. J. Pryor, J. J.
Kenny, Dan Hogan, A. B. Cain, J. D.
Walsh, W. P. Llllis. Frank Riordan.
P. Simmon, John McGreal and D. W.
. All arrangements have been com
pleted for the dedication, ball to be giv
en by the Ancient Order,. of Hibernians
In their new home on Russell and Rod
ney avenues, October 2. The following
are the patronesses for the affair: Mrs.
J. O'Hare. W. F. Graham, P. Douglas,
W. P. Llllis, P. Ryan, Charles Duggan,
Ellen Halley, Agnes Sullivan, E. Cham
bers, W. A. Elvers, J. J. Hogan, P. E.
Sullivan, John Farrell, Mary Keenan,
T. J. Murphy, P. J. McMahan, P. J.
Smyth, J. H. Murphy, J. Foley, A.
Leary, J. George. M. Limerick, J. S.
McDevltt, W. J. Smith, M. J. Drlscoll,
T. Maloney, T. J. Hogan and E. John
son. Another of the delightful dancing
parties of the Merry Makers' Club will
I be given Tuesday evening at Cotillion
Hall. A carefully selected programme
of the latest dance music and the ren-
GRANTS PASS, Or.. Sept. 26. (Special.) September 7, 1864, Herbert Blake Alverson and "Helen" M. Hale were
married near-Cherry Valley, 111. They spent many years in Rockford, coming to Grants Pass 12 years ago. Both
are literary In taste and are much sou6Tht for their ability as readers. Many a programme was considered Incom
plete without the addition of these tw-c"nif 'lk8-
Nearlv E0 frlends and relatives we pre!'nt,at the golden wedding dinner, which was a bountiful repast. The
xveany &u rrlends and relatives we, was displayed ln the decorations. A wedding cake of gold graced the cen
tables were beautiful and much taste occupied the same position on the other table. This cake was made from
ter of one table, while thebride's caker made the cake for the wedding, half a century ago. ' - .
Mr. and Mrs. Alverson spent their second honeymoon at the Grand Army Encampment in Grants Pass this
week. " Both are active in these orders. They are also the oldest active members of the Grange ln Josephine
tion received by them and gifts of goge in the state and National sessions. Many were the-letters of . congratula
County and have represented the Granld coin and nuggets came as a shower of love.
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derlos of the latest song hits during
the dancing make these parties most
enjoyable ones, a series of which are
given every Tuesday evening. The
club's patronesses are: Mrs. F. M. Bru
tls, Mrs. N. Bishop, Mrs. A. Raymond
and Mrs. E. J. Harrington, and the
committee: William Magison, Walter
Magison, Edward Mader and Mrs.
Namyenoh Club held a meeting Tues
day evening and elected officers for
their seventh annual dancing party to
be held in Cotillion Hall Friday even
ing, December 4. The club members
will start at once revising their invi
tation list. Club members are W. S.
Johnson, W. K. Slater, Oeorge C. Den
holm, S. G. Kirkland, F. S. Johnson,
Carl Rosengreen, Roy En tier and Har
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The Mystic Dancing Club : will give
its first dancing party of the season
Saturday night, October 3, at Woodmen
of the World Temple, 128 Eleventh
street. Members of the committee in
charge of the event are Miss Bayless,
H. Boyd, J. R. Gladwyn. Joseph Blum
berg, J. J. Gilbert and Mrs. J. R. Glad
wyn. The C. O. R. D. S. Club announces
that the second of their series of Fall
and Winter dances will be held on the
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COUPLE CELEBRATE THEIR GOLDEN WEDDING.
IS BEING ENTERTAINED HERE.
evening of Thursday, October 8, at the
Irvington Clubhouse. Invitations for
this affair will be out in a few days.
The members of the committee In
charge include Miss Clara Call well,
Miss Hazel Doyle, Miss Gordon Spencer,
Willis Doyle and Raymond Olsen.
Astra Circle, No. 152, Women of
Woodcraft will entertain with a
dancing party in Woodman Temple
The committee In charge consists of
Mrs. F. Ritzlnger, Mrs. Edmunds. Miss
M. Bishop. Miss J. Desiata, Mrs. J.
Stites- and Miss M. Major. The
patronesses will be Mrs. E. Cook and
Mrs. C. Bush.
Invitations have been issued for the
opening party of the "Aloha:" dancing
club, which will be held Tuesday even
ing, September 29, at Waveriy HalL
The patronesses for the evening will be
Mrs. H. W. Sitton, Mrs. E. Hough, Mrs.
W. J. Byrne and Mrs. P. F. Dempsey.
The committee In charge: Will Byrne,
Fay Dempsey, Harry. Sitton and Albert
Hough. . i
The H. R. S. Club, of Piedmont, is
arranging to entertain with another
series of dancing parties for the com
lng season. These affairs are popular
and are looked forward to with great
interest.'' The list of patronesses and
a heavy satin, sash to match
are regular $27.50 Suits; while they last the price is only
No charge for alterations on these
names of those in charge will be an
nounced .soon. The opening dance is
scheduled for the latter part of
A lecture In French will be delivered
next Tuesday by Dr. V. B. de Lary on
"Catherine de Midicis." On Friday the
subject will be "Abellard and Heloise."
These lectures will be given ln room
203 of the Tilford building from 11 to
12 o'clock and every one interested ln
French and French literature and his
tory is invited to attend.
Alwyn Seguin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
A Seguin, 985 Corbett street, celebrated
his 6th birthday anniversary Wednes
day by entertaining a party of little
friends. A dainty lunch was served.
Alwyn's little guests were Jean Mc-
Gowan Marjory Weightman, Elliott
Jenkins. Evelyn Boody, Cecil Hallinan,
A committee meeting has ben called
by the employes of the Wells Fargo
Company to make arrangements for
their fifth annual ball, which will be
given at Cotillion Hall, the committee
and date to be announced later. It Is
the Intention of the employes to make
this their biggest and most successful
Wednesday evening, September 30,
Mose Christensen will illustrate the
twinkle hesitation and the new one-
step at the first grand prize waltzing
tournament of the Bachelor Buttons
Club, in Christensen's hall. This dou
ble event is being looked forward to
with much interest.
A pleasant surprise party was given
Tuesday evening, September 2 2, for Mr.
and Mrs. T. W. Blood at 826 Sixth
street-' The evening was . passed in
games, after which supper was served.
Mrs. Blood was presented with a beau
tiful fruit, and. bon bon dish.
The ladies of the Rosarian Society, of
the St. Francis parish, will give a card
party at the parish residence and social
at the parish hall. Eleventh and East
Oak streets, this week.
The committees are making prepara
tions to make it a success.
The Pythian Sisters 'of Orphia
Temple No. . 18 will keep open house
for their friends Thursday night. There
will be a short programme, after which
cards will be ln order. . Light refresh
ments will be served. Knights and
their wives are Invited.
The guards of Portland Hive, No. 7,
Ladles of the Maccabees, will give a
"five-hundred" party at the home of
Mrs. May Wilson. 1698 Jordan street.
University Park, Friday afternoon. All
Maccabees and friends are invited.
' The Chri8tlllion Club, formerly the
Cotillion Club, will meet Monday even
ing at Christiansen's Hall, and as all
the members were at some time or
other pup"lls of the school, all the new
dances will be danced.
The directors of the Kill Kare Klub
fDevotees of Revelry) announce their
season of festivity will commence with
a dance at Christensen's Hall Thursday
evening, October 1.
The G. N. C. B. Girls will entertain
Thursday evening of this week at their
opening party at Cotillion Hall and
urgently request that Invitations be
presented at the door.
The Lincoln-Garfield W. R. C. will
hold its regular meeting October 2.
New officers will he Installed, and the
Birthday Club will celebrate in the
evening. t 1 .
Invitations have been issud for the
Blloxles' opening dance, Tueday even
ing, October 6, at Christensen's HalL
A pretty wedding took place at the
home of the bride's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. A. H. Leland. McMinnville. Or.,
Tuesday at high noon, when Flossie
May Leland became the bride of W. Ray
Bunn, of Yamhill, Or. Rev. E. V. Stivers,
of the Christian Church, officiated.
The bride wore a gown of whlte silk
crepe de chine trimmed in pearls and
she carried a bouquet of bride roses.
Miss Lei a Murry was bridesmaid and
sne wore a. Diue crepe e cnine gown
and carried a bouquet of bride roses.
The bridegroom was attended by his
brother, Cleve E. Bunn, of Riley. .Or.
During the ceremony Mendelssohn's
"Flower Song" was rendered by Mrs.
Edna FjOnes and Dr. H. E. Carruth,
who also played the wedding march.
The bride's' bouquet was caught by
Miss Lela Murry.
The following relatives were present:
Mrs. Mary E. Bunn. Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Leland, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bunn, Mr.
and Mrs. Lloyd Bunn. Cleve Bunn. Ri
ley, Or.; Mrs. Herschel Bunn, Roberts,
Or.; Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Fones and fam
ily, Mrs. A. O. Sarff and daughter, Mrs.
Viva Sarfl and son, Mrs. Minnie Smith,
Vicksburg, Mich.; Mrs. Minnie Frazer,
Vancouver, Wash., and Mrs. : A. L.
Sears, Portland, Or.
A pretty wedding of Wednesday
evening was that of Miss Hazel Henrys
. and cuffs and
'coats are onramented with
and the skirts are handsomely
Shop for Gentlewome
and Amandus Pfaender, solemnized at
the home of the bride's aunt, Mrs. H.
K. Manning, 1199 Haight avenue. Rev.
W. T. Kerr officiating. One hundred
and fifty guests attended the function,
and after the ceremony, an elaborate
reception was held.
The bride was charming in a gowrrof
ivory satin, trimmed with Venise lace,
and wore a full-length veil, banded
with orange blossoms. Her gown was
purchased in Paris by Mrs. Henry von
Groenwald while on an European trip
several months ago, the veil being an
importation from Brussels, purchased
on the same trip! There were no at
tendants. Vocal selections were given
by the Misses Ruth Pfaender and Habe
kost during the evening. Receiving
with the bride and bridegroom were
Mr. ana Mrs. Carl Pfaender, parents
of the bridegroom; Mr. and Mrs. H. E.
Manning and Mr. and Mrs. Henry von
An elaborate wedding supper was
served, the table being -presided over
by Mrs. Louis Fleldner and Mrs. Wil
liam Naxton. Miss Freda Pfaender was
stationed at the punch bowl.
After a two weeks' trip, Mr. and Mrs.
Pfaender will be at home at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. Henry von
Groenwald, Risley Station.
Miss Mary Frances Sabel and Albert
W. Molin were married Monday morn
ing at St. Francis Church at 9 o clock.
Rev. J. H. Black officiating. The bride
was given in marriage by her uncle,
John Dumpert. She was attractive In
her wedding gown of white crepe
meteor with flouncing of plaited tulle
and trimming of silver lace. Her veil
was most becomingly arranged with a
band of orange blossoms.
Miss Marie Meagher was bridesmaid.
She was . attired in a simple gown of
blue silk crepe trimmed with delicate
tones of pink and carried a bouquet of
Killarney rosebuds. Mr. Moltn was at
tended by William Blum as best man,
and the ushers were Walter Sabel,
W'alter Molin and Paul Sabel. Autumn
leaves decorated the living-room, com
bined with ferns and blossoms.' while
the dining-room was prettily arranged
with large sunflowers, smilax and
ferns. Miss Grace Lindberg and Ruth
Lind presided at the punch bowl. Miss
M. Shasgreen, Gertrude Lind. Alma and
Ellen Molin presided at the supper
Mr. and Mrs. Molin will be at home
upon their return from a wedding trip
at 622 East Stark street.
A quiet wedding, was celebrated on
Wednesday, September 23, at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Waite, of Pied
mont, when their daughter, Mrs. Ma
Belle Barney Ashdown, became the
bride of Clinton A. Godding. The mar.
rlage was solemnized by Rev. Tyler J.
Coburn, with the ring service of the
Friends' Church. Preceding the cere
mony. Miss Wiley Holcom played Lo
hengrin's wedding march on the violin.
The only guests of the wedding were
the near-, relatives of the bride and
Mr. Godding Is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. M. O. Godding, at whose home on
Hall street the weding dinner was
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton A. Godding will
be at home, after October 1, at 1196
A pretty wedding was solemnized at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. G. B.
Lewis, at "422 Tillamook street, Tues
day afternoon at 4 o'clock, when Miss
Minnie Tannler became the bride of
Walter A. Forbes. The wedding was
a simple affair, only immediate rela-
TALEXTED YOUNG CHAP IS
CtEVEI PIANIST AND
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Walter Danzlger, son of Mr.
and Mrs. D. Danzlger, 639 East
Thirty-seventh street, is a bright
little chap of 8 years, and is
showing considerable talent as a
pianist and vocalist.
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A Display of Fine Tailored Apparel
- for Portland's Fair Women and Misses
OUR exhibit of Suits and Coats includes the staple fabrics as
well as all of the new conceits from American and Conti
nental looms. Quality of materials, originality of style and thor
oughness of workmanship, . combined with attractiveness in
price, render the showing made by this store pre-eminent in every
respect. ' Your inspection is courteously invited.
Suits $19.50 to $74.50
. Coats $10.00 to $50.00
Balmacaans $10.00 to $50.00
Raincoats $15.Q to $30.00
All Alterations Free
SPECIAL Received yesterday from a New
York ladies tailor, a limited number of tailored
Suite in novelty gabardine, fashioned in modi
fied Basque style. The colors are tete de negre,
Russian green, plum and navy ; velvet collars
velvet7covered buttons. The
tives attending. Rev. W. B. Kerr of
ficiated. The bride's sister. Miss. Rose
Tannler, .was bridesmaid and Oscar
Wikander acted as best man. After the
wedding a collation was served.
Mr. and Mrs. Forbes left on the even-
Ling train for an extended trip through
tne ciast. l hey will be at home to their
friends after October 10 at their new
bungalow at 777 E.ast Seventh street
John Anderson and Miss Hilda Mo
berg, both of Astoria, Or., were united
in marriage Thursday afternoon at the
Immanuel Lutheran parsonage, 150
Nineteenth street, this city. Rev. J.
Richard Olson officiating. They will
make their home at Astoria.
Edgar E. Juster and Henrietta F.
Bendreau, both of this city were united
in marriage by the Rev. J. D. Corby
August 29 at the .Universalist Parson
age, 802 Broadway.
Announcements have been received
of the marriage of Mrs. Susan Keen of
Portland, Oregon, to William H. Burn
ham, of San Francisco. They will be
at home to their friends after October
15 at 2624 Laguna street, San Fran
Announcement -of the engagement of
James A. Patte and Miss Virginia
Thayer, of Philadelphia, was made in
the latter city last week. Mr. Patte is
a former resident of Rochester. N. T.,
and manes his home ln this city.
Mrs. Sophie Backus announces the
engagement of her daughter. Mar
guerite Sophie, to Luther W. Van
Fleet. The wedding will take place
Mr and Mrs. Samuel J. Benjamin
announce .the engagement of their
daughter, Ellen Taylor, to Dr. Alfred
Swennes. The marriage will take place
The engagement of Miss Emma Es
tella Estes has Just been made known
to Samuel Edgar Shaffner, a prominent
chemist of St. Louis, Mo. The wedding
will take place early next month. Miss
Estes is a popular Portland girl, a sis
ter of A. L. Estes. and has a large cir
cle of friends ln this city.
SOCIETY . PERSONALS.
Mrs. George Knight Clark and daugh
ters, Marie, Louise and Georgia have
left for a visit in the East.
Miss Epsie Cox, niece of Dr. and
Mrs. Norris R. Cox, left last week to
resume her' studies at Oregon Agricul
tural College, Corvallls.
Miss Edith Varney and Miss Maud
Ainsworth, who have been traveling
abroad for the Summer, expect to re
turn to Portland early in November.
Miss Violet "Erskine and Miss Jean
Morrison left early last week for a
fortnight's visit with the latter's sister,
Mrs. Thomas Sharp, at her ranch at
Mrs. Sol Shaplrer, -accompanied by
her daughter, Edith, left Thursday
morning on the steamer Beaver for
San Francisco, where they intend to
make their future home. They will
.be joined later by Mr. Shapirer.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Kelsey and
family, are at home again at 496
Height Terrace, after a three month's
trip. They are accompanied by Miss
Mary Canfield, of Salt Lake City, who
will pass the W inter in Portland.
The marriage of Miss Anna Barron
and Thomas Martin Fltzpatrlck will
be a fashionable event of Monday Oc
tober 5. at St. Marv's Pro-Cathedral
A nuptial mass wilr be celebrated by
Rev. ueorge Thompson, at 11 o clock
A. M. Immediately following the
ceremony, a. large reception will be
held at the home of the bride's parents
Mr. and Mrs. James T. Barron in Irv
Miss Buckenmeyer Is now forming
dancing classes. Half and Half and
other late Castle dances taught. Mar
shall 1734. A 7254. Adv.
- Mrs. Young's dancing classes are now
forming. Special Friday night class for
high school pupils. Regular Informal
dancing every first and third Thurs
day evening. Phone East 3119. Adv.
TWO BOYS TO SEE -FAIR
Josephine County- Contest Winners
Prepare for Salem Camp.
Superintendent Lincoln Savage, of
Josephine County, has made it possible
for two boys, from the schools under
his supervision, to go to Salem for the
week of the State Fair as guests of the
State Fair Board.
Boys from nearly all the counties of
the state will be there for a good time
and the educational value of the trip.
The boys from Josephine County were
selected on project work ln the state
industrial contest, Charley Hollowell
won first prize ln the corn growing
project at the Murphy fair and Bennie
Baker, of Dryden, in poultry raising,
therefore these two boys will have the
free trip to the fair as a prize to each
for his perseverance and ultimate suc
cess. The boys will get much out of the
trip and will take the information, as
well as the enthusiasm, back to their
associates. Superintendent Savage
plans to go with the boys and help
them to get the most out of their trip.
TOUR'S BENEFIT IS SOUGHT
National Manufacturers to Recom
mend Foreign Trad Body.
. SHANGHAI, Sept. 26. A commission
representing the National Association
of Manufacturers of the United States,
which has been touring the world,
makes it known here that It will
recommend, upon Its return to United
States, the creation of a special for
eign trade commission that will carry
on the work initiated by the present
tour. During the 19 years' existence
of the association there has been no
investigation of the kind now being
undertaken, and the commissioners de
clare that the value of the work de
mands its extension.
The commission is composed of two'
former presidents of the association.
Captain David M. Parry, of Indianap
olis, and John Klrby, Jr.. of Dayton.
O., with Dr. Albert A. Snowden, of New
York, as the third member. They will
Include ln their recommendations "the
systematic advertising of manufactures
of the United States in foreign markets,
establishment of trade depots and ex
hibits, and the careful supervision of
the held by a permanent foreign trade
An engine has been invented which Is
driven by the vapor of heated mercury,
which is condensed and used repeated
ly, the heat given off by the condensa
tion generating steam, which is used
$25, $30, $35
Of fancy Scotch mixtures
with nen arm strap fea
ture, converting them into
capes tuhen desired. Large
pockets. Buffalo horn but
tons. Style and practicabil
Buffum & Pendleton
Morrison st, Opp. P. O.
Womens Imported Sweaters,
just the kind for golf wear
and ice skating :
K.S. ERVIN & CO., Ltd.,
General English Tailors
20 floor selling building
Sixth and Alder Streets
I advise you to purchase your
suit as soon as possible, espe
cially if Imported material Is de
sired. Such roods will soon be
very difficult to get.
Coats this - year are long and
fancy, or tunic. I males as fancy
J. K. Stern
447 Alder St.
331 Washington St.
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LADIES' TAILOR, 407 EILE&S ELD