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THE SUXDAYA OREGOXIAN, PORTXAJfD, OCTOBER 31, 1915.
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are rejoicisg that the 191i-16 season
uas oegun so auspiciously.
Mrs. Oscar R. Menefee presided at a
pretty luncheon Monday in honor of
Miss Daisy Adams. The table was ar
tistically decked with a bowl of
Ophelia roses and covers were placed
for 10. .
Dr. W. A. Cumming left the middle
of the week for Xew York, where his
wedding to Miss Suzanne Qulnn will
be an event of November 6. The cere
mony will take place at the home of
the bride-elect's brother. tr. Arthur
Qutnn, in Seventh avenue, Brooklyn,
Ir. dimming and his bride will re
turn to Portland shortly after the wed
ding, and they will be joyously received
by hosts of sincere friends. Miss Quinn,
on her various visits here as the house
guest of Mrs. V. A. T. Bushong. be
came quite a favorite in social and mu
Surrounded by an artistic arrange
ment of greenry and white blossoms.
Mifs Nell Florence Bayly became the
bride of Dr. Harlow Lee Oibbon, of
Spokane', on Tuesday evening, at --t?io
home of the bride's mother. Mrs. Anna
Bayly. Rev. Oswald W. Taylor offi
ciated, the ceremony beinsr read before
an improvised altar of wrdte chrysan
themums, palms and feathery ferns.
Miss Mildred Camp played the wedding
march and Mrs. Ralph Robinson sang
"Oh! My Dear." The bride's brother.
Lloyd Bayly, gave her in marriage.
Miss Ruth Plummer was maid of
honor, and the bridesmaids were Miss
Angle Owen and Miss Marjorie Cam
eron. Little Virginia Smith, of Seattle,
a cousin of the bride, was flower girl.
Frank Mihnos acted as best man.
The bride was attired in a handsome
gown of white tulle and lace, the skirt
made in a three-tier model, piped with
white satin, the underskirt being
banded with Iridescent trimming which
peeped through the filmy tulle. The
bodice was of rose point lace and tulle.
embellished with iridescent trimmings.
Her veil was arranged high on the back
of her coiffure. the front being
wreathed with a spray of orange blos
soms. The bride's bouquet was a
shower of lilies of the valley and bride
A color scheme of pink and white
was developed in the bridal party with
the gowns of the attendants and the
flov.-ers. The little flower girl also
helped in the color scheme with her
pert bows and sashes and basket of
The attendants gowns were of bil
lowy pink tulle made hoop-skirt style,
with short . bodices. trimmed with
French rosebuds. Miss Camp also wore
pink, a taffeta frock with panniers,
silver laces and rosebuds ornamenting
At the reception which followed the
ceremony. Mrs. Bayly received with the
bridal pnrty. and the bride's aunt, Mrs.
C. W. Seachrest, also received with
Many of the Iota Delta Chi sorority,
of which the bride is a member, and a
number of the Psi Phi fraternity men
attended the wedding.
Mrs. Gibbon wore for traveling a
smart suit of dark blue broadcloth,
made Russian style, a toque of white
broadcloth, trimmed with ermine and
white fox furs.
Dr. and Mrs. Gibson left for a wed
ding trip in the South, and before pro
ceeding to their new home in Spokane
they will stop off in this city for a
short visit with Mrs. Bayly.
Several Portland people attended the
dinner and dance for which Mr. and
Mrs. Asahel Bush, of Salem, were hosts
Saturday night. Following the dinner
at the Bush residence, the guests ad
journed to Moose Hall, and were aug
mented by several score additional.
About SO of Salem's smart set enjoved
Mr. and Mrs. Bush's hospitality. The
hall was artistically decked with brill
iant-hued Autumn foliage and grace
ful clumps of Pampas erraas, -whicli
made an effective foil for the attrac
tive gowns of the fair Rex.
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Logan left
Wednesday for a visit to San Fran
cisco and will be guests at the Ore
gon building. Air. Logan is one of
the commissioners for the Oregon
building, and has made several trips
to the exposition.
The Multnomah Club s annual formal
dance was quite a notable event of
Thursday evening. The attractive ball
room was decked gaily with Hal
loween novelties., seasonable flowers
and foliage. The committee to whom
credit for the success of the event is
due is A. H. Allen, chairman; Edward
R. Morns. Louis P. Bruce arid A. Harry
Fisher. An especially large orchestra
piayed the latest dances, and the
gowns of the matrons and maids made
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a pleasing panorama. About 20 mem
bers and their friends attended.
. Traveling to the exposition in their
private car. Vice-President F. B. Bowesv
.of the Illinois Central Railroad, and
Mrs. Bowes, accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. M. P. Blauvelt. and Dr. and Mrs.
L. W. Bremerman, passed several days
during the week- in Portland. They
were entertained by a number of
prominent Portland folk, among them
W. D. Stubbs, general agent in Port
land for the Illinois Central. He was
host for a luncheon at the Waver) ey
Country Club on Wednesday, followed
by a motor trip on the Columbia High
way. During their sojourn here they
also were entertained with dinners at
the leading grills and trips about the
city. The party passed Thursday in
Seattle, leaving Portland Friday night
for San Francisco.
' J. K. Gill, Miss Frances Gill and Mrs.
W. G. Dillingham left on Thursday for
a short visit to San Francisco and the
exposition. Mr. Gill will visit friends
in Southern California and the fair at
- Mrs. A. C. Emmons will leave this
week for a short visit to the exposi
tion in San Francisco. She will be the
guest of friends while In the south.
Miss Zola Hitchcock, bride-elect, will
be the honor guest for the tea to be
given by Mrs. Thomas Irving Potter,
at her home In Irvlngton, Saturday aft
ernoon. One of the most notable and worthy
causes for philanthropically Inclined
men and. women of this city is the
maintenance of the day nursery con
ducted by the Fruit and Flower Mis
sion. Here. working women may leave
their little ones for the nominal sum
of 10 cants a day; they have the care of
a nurse, a physician and every need is
looked after. Their teeth also are at
tended to by expert dentists, all of
which is paid for by funds from the
various departments of the nursery.
Owing to a lack of necessary funds, the
branch nursery has been closed, but
the main one will be kept open, and it
is to aid this splendid and noble work
that Saturday, November 6. has been
styled ."Flower day." On this day
prominent women and young girls will
devote their entire time to selling "car
nation tags" for 10 cents, and. in addi
tion to this, all chrysanthemums sold
by any florist in town will also help
swell the fund, as the proprietors of
the various establishments selling this
attractive flower have agreed to do
nate 25 per cent of the sale of the
chrysanthemums to the day nursery
fund. Therefore, it is not necessary
only to buy a carnation tag, but
chrysanthemums purchased from any
florist will also help the work.
A large committee of prominent
women has been selected to sell, the
chairman being Mrs. Oscar Rittenberg.
Her sub-chairmen, who in turn have
asked their friends to assist them, are
Mrs. Everett Ames. Mrs. A. D. Katz.
Miss Greata Butterfield. Mrs. John K.
Kollock, Miss Harriet Jellison.' Mrs.
Frank Spencer. Mrs. L. H. Knapp. Mrs.
E. C. Mears. Miss Lola Senders, Mrs.
J. E. Davidson. Mrs. George MoPherson,
Miss Augusta Marshall, Mrs. W. C. Fox,
Mrs. Fenton Grigsby. Mrs. Coleman,
Mrs. Roy Stearns, Mrs. O. Fletcher,
Mrs. Lewis Mead, Mrs. E. C. Giltner,
Miss Frances Fuller, Mrs. I. X. Lipman
Mrs. Thomas D. Honeyman. Mrs. Fer
dinand Reed, Mrs. William Fechheimer.
Mrs. Loyal Stearns, Miss Mabel Riggs,
Mrs. A. Meier. Mrs. C. H. Chambreau
and Miss Hildreth Humason. Their
assistants will Include Mrs. Oliver
Jeffery. Mrs. Brandt Wickersham. Mrs.
T. R. Conlon. Mrs. Norrls Gregg, Mrs.
John Howell, Mrs. E. Latourette. Mrs.
Sanford Lowengart. : Mrs. Laurence
Selling. Mrs. William Smith. Mrs. Rus
sell Clark. Mrs. Max Hirsch, Mrs. Fred
erick Green, Mrs. Hazel B. Litt, Mrs.
John Napier, Mrs. Clark. Mrs. John
Banks. Mrs. James' - Rosenfeld, Mrs.
Henry Metzger. Mrs. John Griffin, Mrs.
Lloyd Frank. Mrs. Frank Thompson.
Mrs. J. A. Cranston. Mrs. Carl Jones,
Mrs. Oscar Menefee. Mrs. Kurt Koehler.
Mrs. David T. Honeyman. Mrs.' A. D.
Norrls. Mrs. Sherman O'Gorman. Mrs.
Edmund L. Devereaux. Misses Elizabeth
Huber, Ethel Malpas. Margaret Ayer.
Susan Chenery. Kathrine Holbrook, An
toinette Mears, Annie M. Brown.
Blanche Burke, Gladys Dunne, Henri
etta Lauer, Gladys . Ellsworth, Kath
erine Gunnell, Christine Forbes, Nancy
Zan. Catherine Russell. Mabel Korell,
Elise Cramer, Doris Clarke, Marion
Citron, Beulah Hayes. Marion Atwater,
Madeline Groh, Lavella and Edna Flor
ence. Dorothea Wagner, Helen Krausse,
Nellie Hemenway, Grace and Mary
Kern, Clara Marsh, Sybil Brown, Norma
Redman, Mary Blossom. Clarice Biles.
Louise Bradley. V'Ona and Leila
Guthrie, Florence Clary, Mary Lane,
Aline Albright, Gretchen Kloaterman,
Margaret Mackenzie, Margaret Webber.
The entire list of willing workers who
are to assist in selling the flowers has
not yet been completed.
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Honoring Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Frank,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Hirsch were dinner
hosts Saturday. Halloween novel
ties and a huge pumpkin filled , with
fruits adorned the table, covers being
placed for Mr. and Mrs. Frank, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry W. Metzger. Dr. and Mrs.
Laurence Selling, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford
Lowengart, Miss Eda Hirsch, Leopold
Hirsch and the host and hostess.
I,, w. Moody has taken apartments
at the Mallory.
G. L. Parker and Mrs. Parker, of Ta
coma. Wash., are also at the Mallory.
H. P. Merrill, of Albany. Or.,
Istered at the Mallory.
Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Labbe and chil
dren left last night for New Tork to
visit Mrs. Labbe's family for a month.
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Mrs. E. C. Shevlin is planning to leave
tomorrow for the East for a visit of
Complimenting Mrs. John Napier
(Mary Scarborough), who, with her
husband, recently came to Portland to
make her home, Mrs. John Banks pre
sided at a pretty luncheon on Wednes
day. Covers were placed for six.
Mrs.' J. D. Farrell was a luncheon
hostess Thursday, complimenting Mrs.
Percival Hill, of New York, who was
visiting here last week.
Mrs. C. H. Martin entertained Sat
urday afternoon at . the Mallory in
honor of her daughter, Jane. It was a
combination Halloween and birthday
The next regular Irvington Club
party will be held Friday night, No
vember 5. " A number of special fea
tures will be introduced and the music
will be furnished by the Laurelhurst
orchestra consisting of 16 pieces. W.
M. Kapus is chairman of the evening.
The first dancing party of the Ir
vington Thursday Night Club was held
Thursday night at the Irvington Club
house, with a full membership present.
Th patronesses of the evening were
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Schweitzer & Eagin
147 Ttk St.
SrwaH Hotel Balldlng.
Telepheae Man kail 1837.
In Each Large Community
There Stands One Store
This is why the Emporium has gone ahead each year byJeaps
and bounds, because it is, and always will be, pre-eminent in
distinctive Garments and Millinery.
Not only are we pre-eminent in our completeness, but we are
pre-eminent in service. i
We give a specialty store service, specialty store styles
coupled with Emporium moderate prices.
New Suits Portraying the
Last Word From Fashion
Fifth avenue on Sixth street could be easily applied to the
Emporium's showing of new suits received the last few days.
Not until now have the styles reached such a point - where we
could say our showing implies the last word in fashion for Fall.
tist. Made of excellent quality of fine Poplin, escalloped
bottom, braid bound, giving a very stylish effect. Made
with jaunty side pockets and extra self girdle. Colors
black and navy. Priced specially, $6.45.
Mrs. R. A. Stewart. Mrs. Clarence - J.
Wheeler, Mrs. W. D. McWaters and
Mrs. W. M. Kapus. r
The personnel of the club is: Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas J. Mullin, Mr. and
Mrs. A. M. Shannon. Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Boyer, Mr.
and Mrs. George 1). Lee. Mr. and Mrs.
A. L. George. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Mc
Waters. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Krumbein,
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hofmann, Mr. .and
Mrs. A. L. Fish. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh1
Montgomery. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Mad
son, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Wheeler, Mr.
and Mrs. W. M. Kapus, Mr. and Mrs.
N. R. Donlan. Mr. and Mrs. J. Durham,
Dr. and Mrs. Archie Van Cleve, Mr.
and Mrs. R. - J.. Brown, Mr. and Mrs.
R. C. Dantch, Mr. and Mrs. F. I.
Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Muirhard,
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Williams. Mr. and
Mrs. S. A. Hartman. Mr. and Mrs. C.
B. Waters. Mr. and Mrs. W. Keeler. Mr.
and Mrs. W. C. Cameron. Mr. and Mrs.
J. La. Bowman, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Men
efee, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Cornell. Mr.
and Mrs. Marion Versteeg, Mr. and
Mrs. E. W. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. A. R.
Draper. Dr. and Mrs. Harry B. Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Paslay, Mr. and
Mrs. Parke Myers, Dr. and Mrs. W. A.
Shea, Mr. and Mrs. Bouton, Mr. and
Mrs. R. H. Bechtold, Dr. and Mrs. C.
M. Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. H. Eck
hardt. Dr. and Mrs. Billington, Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Kay, Mr. and Mrs. O.
Li. Price, X D. Hunter and Roy Nicolai.
Another series of .delightful parties
Grand Annual Exhibit
Rugs - Carpets
We cordially invite everyone inter
ested in Oriental Rugs to visit our
store during this week.
It will give us great pleasure to
show you our large and choice, per-,
sonally selected stock.
With the recent arrivals added to
our usually large stock, we are
confident that we are now display
ing the largest and finest collec
tion of Oriental Rugs in our busi
Importers of Oriental Rugs
473 Wash. SW Bet. 13th and 14th
Rich Black Velvets so stunning; Beautiful
Broadcloths Swagger Poplins and Whipcords
in such shades as blackberry, tree green, Afri
can brown and rich blues.
Copies of the newest importations.
The newest effects in Russian Blouse and the
Considering these new models and beautiful .
tailoring and fabrics, we say they are priced
extremely moderate. See them Monday!
'Newt The Scalloped
Skirt for Fall
Quite the newest novelty for Win
ter! Just as illnsrrat.pH hv nvir nr.
An exact copy of the hat worn by Mrs. Gait on her first
trip to New York City with President Wilson. It is a stunning
confection of satin and velvet, trimmed with beautiful fox.
It is by. far the most charming style in Millinery shown in
Portland this Fall. The newest novelties are always shown first
at the Emporium. Priced extremely low, at $8.00.
has been planned by the A. and A. S.
Rite for this year, the firs of these
to take place November 11 at the Scot
tish Rite hall. Cards will be a feature
of each evening, in addition to which
there will be other special attractions.
An augmented orchestra under the di
rection of Mose Christensen also will
add materially to the gaiety of the
dances. Richard Martin is again chair
man of the dance committee, others
being R. A. Neilsen, Otto Kramer, Ar
thur C. Callan, W. J. Hofmann, Charles
E. Runyon. Virgil L. Clark, Walter J.
Holman and Julian Coblentz. The card
committee Includes Robert A. Miller,
G. B. Cellars, R. D. Inman. Alva Lee
Stephens and Henry, Feldman. The af
fairs are from 8:30 to 11 o'clock.
The other dates chosen for similar
parties during this season are: De
cember 9, January 13, February 10 and
Of interest in connection with Marie
Mayer, the Mary Magdalene of the 1910
That by the liberal co-operation of some of our
very best N. Y. manufacturers we have secured
for our November business a collection of special
values in Suits, Coats, Street, Afternoon and
Evening; Frocks and Blouses which will materially
increase your buying; interest in this shop.
JUST COMPLETED TO SECURE
It is by this method of keeping in close touch with
the trend of fashion that we have to make the
Settle Shop of genuine importance to its clientele.
$28.50, $32.50, 38.50, $42.50
Charmingly beautiful, soft,
dainty Waists of Georgette
crepe. A very pretty model
with front embroidered in white
and emerald silk. Made with
two-in-one collar. Colors white
and flesh. Underpriced at $3.95.
"Passion Play," Oberammergau, who
is to appear at the White Temple Fri
day evening in her Inspired talk, "The
'Continue! on Pago 4.)
Important to Ladies
If you wish your Fall Suit to
look stylish and have graceful
lines, have it made at
He has a number of model
suits in plain and fancy cuts
which will sell at half price.
423 ALDER ST. MAIN 5210
Washington St, Portland