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Bians In their new hall on Rodney ave
nue and Russell street. Friday evenln
The patronesses are: Mrs. J. O'Hare, W.
V. Grahf m, P. Douglas, W. P. Lillis,
P. Ryan, Charles Dugrgan, Ellen Hal
ley. Agnes Sullivan, K. Chambers, W.
A. Elvers. J. J. Hogan, . P. B. Sullivan,
John Karrell, Mary Deenan, T. J. Mur-J
pny, f. j. jucftianoji, y. j. smyta, J. J.
Murphy, J. Foley, A. Leary, J. George,
M. Lemerick, J. S. JUcDevitt. W. J.
Smith, M. J. Driscoll, T. Maloney, T.
J. Hogan and. 13. Johnson.
Miss Edith Warner was hostess at a
farewell party on Saturday evening in
honor of Miss Juanita Evans, who
leaves this week to pass the-Winter in
The Warner home was decorated
prettily for the occasion. The guests
were entertained with music, dancing
and games and a dainty supper was
served. Those present were: Misses
Juanita Evans, Kstella Monroe, Dor
othy Branell, Mae Monroe and the
hostess and Messrs. Ted. McBrlde. An
eon Lyle, Fred Branell, Robert Drear
and Clyde Holt.
Mrs. E. Woertendyke was given a
surprise party at her home, 70 North
Fourteenth street, on the evening of
September 29 by a few friends. Those
present were: Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Day,
Mr. and Mrs. C. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. W.
Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Spitzenberger,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Garver, Mrs. Boyd, Miss
R. Waer. Miss A. Woertendyke, Miss
Spitzenbergrer, N. Irvin. Mr. Kirkpat
rick, William Gesling, Carl Wagner and
Music and recitations were the pro
gramme of the evening.
The Old People's Home was the scene
of a charming children's party Satur
day, the hostess being Mrs. W. Bell
Lett. The little guests. Misses Serene
Olsen. Elizabeth and Margaret Ander
son, Catherine. Annie and Ellen Hen
son, were invited to bring their dollies.
On account of the stormy weather, the
original plan of entertaining the chil
dren on the lawn had to be abandoned
uiaicnu l 1 1 j pmj'cu sttuica ttuu en
joyed refreshments in one of the -sun
parlors. A merry - Xim -was. , enjoyed
by all. .
Miss Myrtle Lesher entertained with
"500" on Wednesday eveninir at her
home on Market street. After an enjoy
able evening refreshments were served.
Those who attended were: Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Bryan, Mrs. Nellie Magraw,
Mrs. Lenora McWade. Mrs. Edna Diele,
Alice Hogg, Ella Price, Alice Walker.
Hazel Lesher, Miss Walker. Miss
Dawson, Norval Magraw. J. Brand as.
Kmery Lesher, Charles Fossler, Mr.
Richardson, Ray Lesher, Frank Grabler,
The Kewpie Club announces to its
members and their friends that they
will give a special dance next Tuesday
15ast Sixth and Alder streets. Ten dol
lars in gold will be given as door prizes.
There will be a special featured pro
eramme, including a popular selection
of the latest music by the club orches-
ra. 1 ne Committee inollirin Mr .Tnflpnh
Robert, Miss Edna Murphy, Miss Alice
Mirhfn If Xl'HHum nTil an4 A I-
Mrs. William Alexander, wife of Dr.
Mexander, of Seattle, and her mother.
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ffter several weeks' visit in Portland.
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number or delightful social affairs
monsr wnicn were hr dva iim.iuinTi
arty by Mr. and Mrs. Ira Powers, an
vening Driogre party Dy Miss Katherine
'ahalin, a luncheon followed by a
heater party given by Mrs. G. Me
'herson. A delightful affair of Tuesdav wns
he luncheon party given by Mrs. Einar
orgensen in honor of Miss Belle Brown
rom Ayr. Scotland. Covers were laid
j iiuBD ciuttii, jus. janies roy, Allss
ueen Troy, Miss May Troy, Mrs. Wil
am Brundell. Miss Nellie Williams and
Cards and music were enjoyed .dur-
ouse guest of Mrs. William Brundell.
Mrs. C. H. McCue was the honored
uest at an informal afternoon party
iven by her sister, Mrs. Frank L. Mar
el, in honor of Mrs. McCue's birthday.
hose present were: Mrs. C. H. McCue,
rs. D. P. Clark, Mrs. B. E. McAvinney,
rs. L E. Spaulding, Mrs. R. Brown,
rs. C W. Gilbert, Mrs. C. Cady, Mrs.
E. Abbott, Mrs. F. L. Market. Miss
azel Hunter, Miss Wilma McCue, Miss
eorgina Brown and Hazel Brown.
Miss Saloma Emison was hostess for
i informal party, given at her Pled
ont home. Tuesday last. The evening
as pleasantly passed with cards and
isic. 1 he guests were the Misses Wil-
i nmnenart, iiae Koss. Nellie Leek,
phia Harper. Mary Packwood and the
.-ssrs. Xed Manley. Clarence Leek. O.
one. Arthur Conway and Mr. and
rs. C. A. Young.
Mrs. Charles G. Paine gave her
arth annual benefit for the Ladies'
l society oi the University Park
iiiwisi r.piseopai church in honor
her daughter Francis" birthday on
member SO. in the form of an after-
'ii tea. tier nome was beautifully
ui-ated with Autumn leavpa r,,i t-.h
ilias. About 50 persons enlnvrd h
."i ii was uusiess at
heater party the middle of the week
nplimentlng Miss Belle Brown who
ves soon for Bend. Or. Mrs. Brun
l' guests were Miss Brown. Mrs. N
irk and Mrs. Einor Jorgensen. After
theater luncheon, was served at the
iuu nuomer of its popu-
daneing parties at Cotniinn .
parties are becoming more popu-
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lar each week and a good time Is al
ways assured the members and their
friends. On the committee are Wil
liam Mag'sou. Walter Magison, Edward
Madder and Mrs. Birdie Magison. The
patronesses are: Mrs. F. M. Brutis,
Mrs. N. Bishop, Mrs. A. Raymond and
Mrs. E. J. Harrington.
Invitations have been issued for the
big October dancing party of the Ro
zalia Girls for Monday evening, Octo
ber 12, at Cotillion hall. Some Inno
vations will be beautiful music, novel
electrical effects and a carefully se
lected programme of the latest East
ern dance hits; the latest song hits
will be rendered by one of Portland's
popular vocalists. It is the aim of the
Itozalia Girls to make their dancing
parties unusually jolly and the even
ings hey entertain ones of rare en
joyment. Members may secure invita
tions from the committee for their
friends or write postoffice box 329.
The Rozalia Girls are Misses Luclle
Burt, Rose Goddard, Arglee Abbott,
Bula Van Horn, Laura Peterson and
Cora Walker. The patronesses of the
evening will be Mrs. H. P. Love, Airs.
E. B. Burt, Mrs. T. H. Cook and Mrs.
A committee meeting was held -dur
ing the week by the Wells-Fargo em-.
ployes to make preparations for their
fifth annual ball, which will be given
at Cotillion Hall Friday evening, No
vember 5. The committee on arrange
ments will spare nothing to make this
the largest and most novel ball ever
given in Portland. Many special fea
tures are already completed and the
affair is to be elaborate in every detail.
The committee will be announced later.
Saturday evening members of the
Cotillion Club will enjoy another jolly
dancing party at Cotillion Hall. Select
programmes, popular music and- a
merry crowd make these parties most
pleasant ones. '
On the committee are: Dr. C. R.
Walker, Francis Magill, Izetta Martin,
Grace Powell, Stanley Hazelett and
Hattie Tryon. The patronesses are:
Mrs. E. R. Jones, Mrs. Montrose M.
Ringler and Mrs. Oscar Ward.
Invitations have been sent out by
Branch No. 82, National Association of
Letter Carriers, to its members and
their families and the Postoffice of
ficials to another social to be given in
the Masonic Temple, fifth floor. West
Park and Yamhill streets, Tuesday
evening, October 6, at 8:30 P. M.
The committee. the -members of
which are B. P. Boland. A. W. Young.
Claude Spencer, A. E. Gardner and W.
J. McGinnis, has secured some of the
best talent in the city. The guests
COUPLE FROM THE DALLES WHO WERE MARRIED IN PORT
MR. AND MRS. JOBS E. BUNX.
Miss Mabel Wallace and John E. Bunn, of The Dalles, were married
in Portland September 27, at the residence of Rev. Delmer H. Trim
ble, of Centenary Church. Miss Wallace was attended by Miss Clara
Klindt, of The Dalles, and Robert Jackson, of Portland, was best man.
The bride wore a white crepe de chine gown and carried a bouquet of
pale pink carnations. The bridesmaid was dressed in a pale blue cre
ation. A reception at the home of Mrs. Robert Jackson followed. The
couple left on a wedding trip to San Francisco, and after October C
they will be at home at The Dalles.
THE SUNDAY, OREGONIAN, ; 'PORTLAND, OCTOBER 4. 1914.
will have the pleasure of hearing Miss
Nona Lawler in a soprano, solo; Mas
ter Gordon Soule in a piano solo;
Arthur L Clifford in a violin solo; W.
L Walker in a vocal solo; a recita
tion by Harry Coleman and music by
the letter carriers' and clerks' band.
After the programme the ladies' auxil
iary will serve a banquet. .
Invitations are being Issued for the
opening dancing party of the H. R. S.
Club, to be held in Irvington Club,
Twenty-first and Thompson streets,
Wednesday evening, October 14. The
club has planned a. series of select in
formal parties for the Winter, which
promise to excel even last season's
popular series. On the reception com
mittee appointed for the first party
are: Misses lone Wilson. Margaret
Donnerberg, Mary Sullivan, Rita Leader,
Laurette Conlo&ue. Nan Donnerberg,
Mary Clancy, Maude Littlejohns. Those
who will act as patronesses for the
coming event will be Mrs. W? J. Clarke,
Mrs. William R. Jenkinson, Mrs. G. G.
Bailey and Mrs. William J. McGinn. An
unusual amount of interest is being
shown in this affair.
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St. David's Episcopal Church Guild
will hold its annual bazaar December
2 and 3 at the parish house. Prepara
tions are now being made for the
event, and orders are being taken by
the linen committee for marking linens.
Mrs. J. M. Graham, of 246 East Twen
tieth street south, is chairman of the
committee, and the other members are
Mrs. Miles Bel, Mrs. James Muckle
and Mrs. George H. Goodali. The rug
table is in charge of Mrs. S. E. Jo
seph!; kitchen articles, Mrs. Reginald
Hastings; linens. Mrs. Solomon Hoilis
ter; fancy articles, Mrs. E. W. Mat
thews, and dolls, which will be the
prize winners at Meier & Frank's re
cent doll show, Mrs. E. T. Hughes;
aprons, Mrs. Albert - Bernard.
Next Wednesday evening at Chris
tensen's Hall the second dance of the
grand prize waltzing tournament will
be' given by the following committee,
under the auspices of the Bachelor
Buttons Club: Miss Hazel Mann, Miss
F. Ethel Hart, Miss Thelma Hollin.es
worth. . Miss Arline vBates and Mrs.
Harry E. Bennett. The following
were selected by this committee as be
ing on record to compete for the grand
prizes and awards on December 23:
Miss M. Leasy, L. E. Coleman, Mrs. F.
F. Boody, J. R. Dickson. Miss Gertrude
Hoeber, E. H. Davis, Miss Mabel Bran
denburg. J. C. Tingley, Miss C. Wan
tock and W. Strange.
Clubdom 'Will no doubt be pleased to
learn that the Portland Rowing Club
will have another series of-dances this
season. They will be held at the
Chrlstensen Hall and the committee
will consist of Arthur A. Allen, Jacques
Letz. Fred R. Newell, Edward C. Sam
mons and George M. Faber. The first
of the parties will be held Tuesday.
October 13, and the others will follow
on November 10, December 8, January
26 and April 13. The annual formal
ball will probably be held Thursday,
The Satellites, Order Eastern Star,
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sonic Temple October 22. The com
mittee in charge is: r-ena uraaaoun,
Alta Ring, Rene Settlemeir. Roxanna
Wommelsdorf, Blanche Hershner. An
nie Young. Frances Hurlburt, Eloise
Cluse, Edith Lewis. Rodney Hurlburt.
Ralph Schomp and Dr. James. The
patronesses will be Mrs. H. H. Young,
Mrs. A. O. Sinks, Mrs. E. W. Ring, Mrs.
T. L Rice and Mrs. H. A. Smith.
The club will give dances December
3 and January 14. .
The "Utopia Rebekah Lodge, Indepen
dent Order of Oddfellows, will give the
first of its series of Fall and Whiter
parties on Thursday evening, October
8, at Orient Hall, East Sixth and East
Alder streets. The programme in
eludes cards and dancing. The com
mittee in charge of the arrangements
is: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Andrews, Mr.
and Mrs. J. V. Swan, Matthew Steele,
Emma Bonadurer, Abraham Nelson.
Eureka Council, No. 204. Knights and
Ladies of Security, will hold an at
home meeting Monday evening, October
6. Sister H. A Plumadore, chairman,
has prepared a musical programme.
All members should be present. The
meeting will be held at the Woodmen
of the World Hall, East Sixth and Alder
Arrangements are complete for the
BUoxes opening dancing party Tues
day evening, October 6, at Christensen's
HalL The committee in charge will be
Edward J. Elvers. Leo J. A. i'iseni
Chauncey L. Mullen and Jack Leary.
They promise a delightful evening. Mrs.
W. A. Elvers, Mrs. Ellen Meyer. Mrs.
M. E. Mullen and Mrs. R. L. Aldrich
will act as patronesses.
The parishioners of the Madeleine
cordially invite their friends to the
card social and parish reception to be
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Clarkson. East Twenty-first and Klick
itat streets, Tuesday evening from 8 to
11 o clock.
The Deaconess Auxiliary of the Tay
lor-Street Methodist Episcopal Church
is planning a rummage sale. Donations
for this will be received at 762 East
Pine street. Phone East 3131.
Marguerite Camp. Royal Neighbors
of America, will give the first of i
series o three dancing parties Tues
day evening, October 13, Woodmen of
World Temple, 128 Eleventh street.
The committee is composed of some
of the most popular young women of
The girls of the Cadet Club of Ore
gon Assembly No, 1. United Artisans,
wish" to announce their opening dance
to be held in the Selllng-Hirsch Hall on
Thursday evening, October S.
The Irvington Monday Night Danc
ing Club, under the direction of Miss
Buckenmeyer, will hold the first meet
ing of the series on the evening of Oc
tober 2 at the Irvington Club.
A business meeting of the women's
department of the Rose City Park Club
will be held tomorrow at 2 P. M. Auc
tion bridge will be played after the
The O. E. S. Club is making prepa
rations for their opening dancing party,
to be given at the Masonic Temple
Monday. October 26. Invitations will
be Issued later.
Saint Ann's Charitable Society will
hold its regular monthly meeting
Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at
the residence of Mrs. T. J. Seufert, 708
Mrs. Clyde B. Aitchison will enter
tain the Portia Club -Tuesday, Octo
Miss Ina Elizabeth Hickey. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hickey, was
married to RoDert Arthur Montgomery,
son of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Montgomery,
at her home Wednesday evening at 8
The couple were attended by Miss
I Edna Joan Nixon and Roy Hickey,
brother of the bride".
The wedding march was rendered by
I Miss Myrtle Swearingen. Miss Frances
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ACdLtiig lii in Bungs &ua m i no urourgia
Chapman with readings entertained the
Hk.ljtaest after th ceremony. The nous
The Garment of the Hour
This store shows the largest stock of . Balmacaans in the city. .'J.
This store sells more Balmacaans than any other store in "the city. '
This store has a greater- exhibit of exclusive fabrics than any other store
in the city. '
This store sells Balmacaans at more attractive prices than any other store
in the city. . ,
, Imported fleeces, Scottish tweeds, Irish and
English fabrics, American Weaves tton-
drous in their harmonious color blendings. .
For Women and Misses, $10 to $50
Morrison at Fourth Street
A S h o p f 6 r Gentlewomen.
was effectively decorated with Autumn
leaves and asters.
The bride was gowned In white crepe
de chine, draped with chiffon. Her veil
was arranged in a cap effect, with a
wreath of orange blossoms.
The bridesmaid was charming in
white silk, embellished with Oriental
lace, relieved with a touch of yellow.
Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery will be at
home in their bungalow on Hawthorne
avenue after their return from a trip
to British Columbia.
The First Presbyterian Church was
the scene of a pretty wedding on Tues
day evening, when Mrs. Maude Van Deu-
sen was married to Winford A. Svenson,
of St. Paul, Minn.
Mrs. W. A. Vlgger sang and as Lohen
and Mrs. SvenSon left Immediately for
Mrs. Svenson is a woman of charming
personality and during her residence in
Portland has been active In musical and
club circles, having just resigned' the
presidency of the Terwilllger Parent
Lewis D. Williams, Jr.. of Astoria,
Or., and Miss Elaine King, of Oregon
City, were married at high noon
Wednesday In the Episcopal Church in
Oregon City. Rev. C. W. Robinson offi-
The wedding was.fi simple affair, the
oniy attendants Deing Kees a. Wil
liams, brother of the bridee-ronm. Rnd
Miss Wynne Hanny, of Oregon City.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A E. King, a pioneer family of
Oregon. She is a very popular and
accomplished yonns woman, and has r
wide circle of friends. Mr. Williams
is me son or Jt D. Williams, a promi
nent hllHinAKa man nf Tli,,.nn ur 1.
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and is a graduate of the Portland
i n i aoa me university of Wash
He is a member of both the Phi Delta
js.appa anu Sigma Nu fraternities. Mr.
Williams is assistant engineer on the
sea wall now building at Astoria.
"uc": -ie young couple will be at
uviuu iier a. two weeks - trip.
Rev. Alfred RtA nffini.tmi i
wedding of Haakon Glasoe and Miss
i i iini . jatugHon on juonaay evening at
4 62 Larrabee street. Miss Hilma
Jacobson was bridesmaid and Ole
Kvinge was best man. After the wed
ding a delicious wedding dinner was
A pietty home wedding was solemn
ized Wednesday evening, September 30,
when Miss Marguerite Backus and
Luther W. Van Fleet were married at
the home of the bride's mother, Mrs.
S. Backus, at 675 East Alder street.
The bride wore a charming gown of
ivory silk, trimmed with net and Span
PORTLAND WOMEN WHO RECENTLY RETURNED PROM A MOST
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grin's "Wedding March" was played by
Miss Maude Gesner, the briclal party
entered. The only attendants were two
small daughters of the bride. Little
Miss Margery, the flower girl, in a
dainty frock of pink silk mull, carry
ing a basket of pink roses, was fol
lowed by little Maxine as ring bearer,
carrying the ring in a lily. They were
followed by the bride, attired In a gown
of white silk and lace. Rev. Andrew
Montgomery read the ceremony. Mr,
ish lace. Her sister. Miss Minna Backus,
was bridesmaid and Louis Schaefer
acted as best man. while the wedding
march was played by Mrs. W. F.
Backus. A large number of friends
attended the reception later in the
BAKER, Or., Oct. 3. (Special!) Ed
ward C Fostnot, of Salem, took as his
bride Mrs. Emma Miles, of this city,
Wednesday evening. They were married
at the home of the bride's parents by
Rev. D. W. Yoakum. They will make
their home in Salem.
Lloyd "A. Wilcox and Miss Florence
Jensen were married last Wednesday
evening at the home of IKe bride's
sister. Mrs. Nelson. 313 Smith avenue.
St. Johns. Mr. Wilcox is a prosperous
rancher of Grass Valley. Or., and Miss
Jensen has been a teacher in the public
schools of Wasco County for several
years. The marriage was performed by
xtev. j. Allen Lean, of St. James Eng
lish Lutheran Church.
Mr. and Mrs. U. Sheldon Attix are re
ceiving congratulations upon the ar
rival of their second baby boy on Oc
tober z. The parents, former- residents
of Portland, are at present residing in
Miss Buckenmeyer is now forming
dancing classes. Half and Half and
other late Castle dances taught. Mar
shall 1734, A 7254.- Adv.
Mrs. M. Young can accommodate a
few more young ladies in dancing class
now forming. Phone East 3119. Adv.
Mademoiselle Marie Louiee Alexandre
will accept pupils for French. Call or
write care Portland Hotel. Adv.
The Gilbert-Murray School" of Music
and Acting (formerly Northwestern
Conservatory), 409 Stearns building, are
offering special courses in acting, sing
ing, violin, piano, stage and modern
ballroom dancing. The art of making
up characters taught. Adv.
Miss Mary Etta Chamberlain has
opened her music studio at 514-515 Co
lumbia bldgr. Adv.
Otto G. Ambroslus. who resided at
338 East Forty-first street, has left for
Alaska, to be gone about two years.
Mrs. L. F. Chemin and "Miss Julia
Chemin have returned from North
Beach, and will be at the American
Apartments for the' Winter.
Mademoiselle Marie Louise Alexandre
recently arrived from France and has
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come to make her home in this city,
and is at the Hotel Portland. She is a
well-known teacher of the French
Mr., and Mrs. H. L. Latz are tiipsta
of their parents at 705 Davis street.
They will be at home after today.
.Miss Agnes McNamee will soon re
turn home from Rochester. Minn., after
undergoing: an operation by Dr.
Charles Mayo. She is at present in
Indianapolis, visiting her brother, John
'elix McNamee. and his family.
Miss Sophie Dellar arrived home Fri
day after a three weeks' stay in- Seat
tle, where she was the guest of rela
tives, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dellar. Miss
Dellar was extensively entertained
while in the Puget Sound city. Sho
also-visited her sister. Miss Rae Dellar,
at Clarke Hall, who entered the uni
versity this Fall.
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About a week later my face
was so badly covered with
pimples and blackheads
that 1 was ashamed. My
complexion was ruined. The
pimples would sometimes
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44 1 bought a box of complexion cream and
used it but without effect. I also bought
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I was completely well." (Signed) Chas. E.
McGinn, May 5, 1914.
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