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THE SUNDAY OREG OXIAX, PORTLAND, NOVEMBER 12. ll)lfi.
ter Graves, Mrs. R. S. Greenleaf. Mrs.
by a box party at the Orpheum. His
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Al Lundborg.
Mr. and Mrs. Kdwln F. James, Frank
Clancy, Miss Ruby Sommera, of Wal
lace, Jdaho; Miss Arazel Samuels.
Mrs. Donald Clarke (Vlda Reed), of
New York City, arrived Friday morn
ing and is at the Multnomah Hotel, a
guest of her mother, Mrs. Itose Cour-sen-Keed.
A charming bridge tea given
yesterday by Mrs. J. Coulson Hare and
her daughter-in-law, Mrs. W. B. Hare,
at the former's home, as a special com
pliment to Mrs. R. E. Watklns. who
recently returned from a visit to Chi
cago. Guests made up six tables of
bridge, and at tea time a number of
additional matrons and maids called.
M. A. Hampson. Mrs. Elliott Habersham
and Mrs. Charles J. Bchnable.
Portland Art Association have issued
invitations for a rwivate view of the
fifth annual exhibition of the work of
artists of the. Pacific Northwest. Thfs
exhibition will be held at the Art Mu
seum on Monday night from 8 until 10
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irank si Grant. Mr. and Mrs. jC ll
Tetu, Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Hutchinson.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Dammasch and Ivan
The Multnomah Club younger con
tingent have arranged "an Intermediate
dance for the evening of Thursday, No
vember 16. at the clubhouse. It will be
an informal affair and invitations in
clude ail the younger set. Committee:1
Jack T. Crossley. James Burness. Junior
Pallett. Henry Stevens, Baltis Allen,
John Holden and Read Ellsworth.
Patronesses: Mrs. J. W. CrosBley,
Mrs. James S. Burness. Mrs. A. M. Ells
worth, Mrs. D. W. Holden and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Werschkul were
hosts for a box party at the Orpheum
Wednesday night, their guests being
Miss Alice M. Robbins and S. M. Mears,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 'W. "Wilbur and
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gerlinger, Jr
viewed the bill from one of the upper
boxes. Mr. and Mrs. C. Hunt Lewis,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph "Williams were
also among those occupying boxes
Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Jo
seph K. Wiley entertained with a party
in one of the boxes on the closing of
last, week's programme and Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Clark also were among
those in boxes for the performance.
Last Friday Mrs. Jennie E. Burnham,
assisted by Mrs. Charles W. Knowles,
entertained again with a bridge-luncheon.
Her pretty house was made more
attractive by autumnal flowers and
The invitational list included: Mes
dames John Carroll, A E. Rockey, J. G.
Mack, F. O. Downing, Charles W.
Knowles, F. I. Fuller, J. Q. Daniels, H.
H. O'Reilly, George Durkee. Laura Som
merville, John Archer Bell, C. C. New
castle, Eckenberger, Alliston, George
Lawrence, Jr., J. A Ellis. J. H. Wilkins,
George Greene, J. D. Sutherland, Edgar
"B. Piper, E. L. Williams and Dorothy
Mrs. Noble Wiley Jones entertained
at luncheon on Tuesday for the Atwood
Club, including a group of matrons of
the ""Unitarian Church, who devoted the
afternoon to sewing for the poor. Those
present were Mrs. T. L. Eliot, Mrs. T. T.
A pretty wedding ceremony of last
Wednesday was that of Miss Gladys
Sigel and Frank Howard Hilton. The
marriage was solemnized in the home
of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.
8. Sigel. Portland Heights. The Rev
Luther R. Dyott officiated.
An aisle of streamers of tulle was
formed by the bridal attendants. Glen
Sigel and Harold Hilton, standing at
It was an informal affair and Is the first
the improvised altar, held the Huffy I"1 f , ln" lrB- "are is planning
bows of tulle. Those who attended ' " musr mourns,
vara Ml Clarice Biles. Helen I
Whitney. Juanita Matlock. Adele Dyott. I f'r. and Mrs. Julius Llppltt have
Elizabeth Harbison and Dorothea """ "P ineir residence in meir new
Wuixr. all of whom were gowned In home. 131 Cactus Drive. Cedar H11L
Geer. Mrs. C. W. Sitton. Mrs. J. B. Corn
stock, Mrs. D. P. Thompson, Mrs. Sen-
I eca Smith, Mrs. A. T. Smith. Mrs. E. C
I Stuart, Mrs. R. W. Montague, Mrs. Wal-
Mrs. H. f. Green's Dancing: Party.
Mrs. H. D. Green gave a very delight
ful dancing party Friday evening. The
decorations of the different apartments
were exquisite. The drawingroom was
paily disked with smilax in great. pro
fusion, while the mantle was hidden
from view by chrysanthemums and red
jreraniums. The music room was most
artistically embellished with Autumnal
tinted leaves. The library was hand
somely adorned with smilax and
bunches of red and pink cosmos blos
soms. The stairway was a mass of
ivy vines intermingled with rich ever
greens. In the hallway was a tall
marb'e urn filled, to overflowing with
chrysanthemums and bright green
foliage. The different rooms were can
vased and devoted to the dancers. The
music was excellent. At midnight a
sumptuous hot supper was served, ac
companied by a flow of sparkling
punch. The toilets of the ladles were
extremely rich and elegant. Those
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Reed, Lieutenant
and Mrs. Edward Burr. Dr. George F.
Wilson, Mrs. H. D. Green. Miss Bessie
Lang, Miss Louise Hawtharne. Miss
Duncan. Miss Belcher, Miss Macleay,
Miss Campbell, Mls3 Burnside. Miss
Fitch, and H. J. Green. Sam Mason. Ar
thur Wilson. R. S. Howard Jr.. Harry
Nunn, George Holman, Fred Holman,
TX O. Taylor, James Lithbridge. George
B. Rate, H. B. Tronson. P. Effinger.
George Story, F. M. Gilmore. W. K.
Smith. Jr.. T. Strowbridge, Foster Beck,
Harry Hestwings, M. W. Fitch, O. H.
Peel, Dr. Tucker and Lieutenants Sla
den and Taylor.
Mrs. Walter V. Smith's Tea.
Mrs. Walter V. Smith gave a tea
yesterday afternoon between the hours
or ana b. at her resiaence. corner or i or little gems, giving exquisite dashes
beventeenth and D streets, in honor of 1 of Oregon scenery. Congratulations
.cuiss tugenia amitn. xne oeautirui pourea like an Oregon rain on the
house was handsomely decorated with heads of Mesdames Gullixson and
a rare display or cnrysaninemums. cut ( jvapus, the patronesses, and on the
flowers, fern and palm trees. Delicious
refreshments were served and the oc
casion enlivened by an orchestra of
stringed Instruments. About 150 la
Young Men's Hebrew Association.
The opening entertainment of the
Young Men's Hebrew Association, will
take place next Tuesday in Arion Hall.
No efforts have been spared to make
this one of the best entertainments ever
given by the organization and it will
Include the very best local talent. An
address will be delivered by Mrs. A S.
Duniway upon a topic of general in
terest. The musical portion includes
Miss Emelie Bauer, M. Bayer, Mr. Pick
erell. Mr. Wagner and Miss Long. Th
programme will conclude with a great
novelty never before heard by a so
ciety. If any member has not received
his ticket he can procure it by ap
plying to Mr. L 1. Selling.
The Plaialr Club. .
The Plaislr Club gave its first party
at the Marquam Grand hall Thursday
evening. Chinese lanterns dotted the
interstices between the electric light
chandeliers, palms and evergreens beau
tifully contrasted with the bright flags
and portieres which were draped about
the. room, and in a little bower of
plants protected by a Chinese mush
room. The . orchestra discoursed the
melodies of Straus, Waldteufel and
the popular composers of the day. A
feature was the hand-painted pro
grammes for the ladies furnished by
Miss Copeland. They were a series
committee. Messrs. William Kapus Jr.,
roresi w . uarey and H. Pilklngton.
i nose present were: Mrs. H. F. Gullix
son and Mrs. William Kapus. Mr. and
virs. Kw. XV. iazen. Air. anrt Mra IT IT
.Miner, air. and Mrs. A r. Dav.nnnrr
r-. w. Moore. Mr. and Mm v v
Pittock, Mr. and Mrs. II. Tt rinniu-.v'
iir. ana irs. w. Mitchell, Mrs. Ira
omwn and Mrs. Ainslie.
ine .Misses "Moore, Etta. Moore.
' a " i u jones, rjtta Bailey, Anna Gul
lixson, E. Ainslee. Annie wmiim.
rseine Morgan. Burckhardt T.n
tsurcKnardt. Mae Norton. Marie Ep
ping. Jessie Millard. Moore. navM,i,nrt
8tarr, Pittock, and Maude Kellotrg of
Oakland. Cal., and William Kapus,
. .mui6iun, -nsy, iienry ciark. S. D.
crown. E. L. Powell. H. S. Gullixson.
Otto Burckhardt. Jack Davis. Edward
unvis. tt.. i; cnase. Edwin Norton. El
area i uc-Rer, Percy Edsall, T. N. He-
mon. U nomas Edwards. Malcolm Tm.
son. Bruce Carroll. George Lawrence
Jr.. S. H. Herring, W. L. Brewster.
Otto Barbac-h. J. D. Leonard. Thomas
Farrell. F. W. Leadbetter, C. E. Car
per, ana a. j. Stevens.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. S. Wood are in
Washington, but leave shortly for
Mr. Ralph W. Hoyt leaves next
Wednesday night for San Francisco for
a short visit.
Miss Minnie Couch, who has been
traveling id Europe for the Dast two
years, is in New York,, and -will leave
for Portland shortly. ,
smart tulle frocks, made short and full
and In varying pastel shades. Miss
Doris Clark played the wedding march
and an orchestra. . hidden behind a
bower of palms, played, throughout the
The bride wore a girlish gown ot
white tulle made over cloth of silver.
The veil was held ln place by a fine
wreath of sliver and orange blos
soms. It was arranged fan shape at
the back of the coiffure and formed
a court train, where it was weighted
with silvery trimming. The bouquet
was of bride rosea and lilies of the val
ley. Miss Marian Hilton, maid of
honor, was charming in orchid-colored
tulle fashioned over metal cloth ln or
chid tones. Bridesmaid roses formed
the bouquet. Elsnor Hilton was best
Yellow and white chrysanthemums
and tulle bows adorned the rooms.
Ophelia roses prevailed in the dining
room. Receiving with the bridal party
Immediately after the ceremony were
Mr. and Mrs. Sigel and Mr. and Mrs. F.
E. Hilton. Miss Wagner caught the
After a wedding trip Mr. and Mrs.
Hilton will bo at home in Alameda
Dnth are popular among their many
friends and have been entertained ex
tensively since the announcement of
their engagement last July.
It was a charming and thoroughly
delightful bridge and dance that Mr.
and Mrs. Frank McGrillls were hosts
for at the Harlow-Grady Hall on Thurs
day night. The prettily arranged
studio was decked with fluffy yellow
chrysanthemums and fernery. Tables
were arranged in the reception-room
for cards, and others of the assemblage
enjoyed dancing ln the attractive ball
room. Preceding supper, a programme of
music was given, Mrs. J. B. Ettinger
singing several selections, and an ex.
Jiibitlon of dances being given by Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Grady.
The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. E.
V. Littlefleld. Mr. and Mrs. N. U. Car
penter, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Carr, Mr.
and Mrs. II. J. Blaesing, Marlon Ver
steeg. Mr. and Mrs. William Gadsby,
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Goss. Mr. and Mrs.
H. M. Haller. Leon H. Peters, Mr. and
Mrs. F. N. Clark, Lawrence A. MqNary,
Mr. and Mrs. H. Kern, Mr. and Mrs.
C. M. Menzles, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Aus
ten. Bert N. Dennison, Mr. and Mrs. J. L
Bowman. Harold Grady, Mr. and Mrs. E.
E. Larimore, Mr. and Mrs. Elof T. Hed
lund, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Stewart, Mr.
and Mrs. C. A Coolldge, Mr. and Mrs.
R. G. E. Cornish. Mr. and Mrs. F. S.
Penfield. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Harring
ton. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Jaeger, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter H. Evans, Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. H. O.
Tenny. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Skiff, Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Drake. Mr. ' and Mrs.
W. H. Gild. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Finley.
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Kuettner, Mr. and
Mrs. M. L. Kline, Mr. and Mrs. H. L
Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Vogan,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis G. Clarke, Mr. and
Mrs. F. A. Kribs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
E. Smith, Mr. ana Mrs. C. E. Runyon
Mr. and Mrs. William Umbdenstock.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Robinson. Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Hofmann. Mr. and Mrs. A.
C. Callan. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Scott,
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. AverllL Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Cameron. Mr. and Mrs. Earl
A. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Leonard
Mr. and Mrs. John Annand, Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Arnett, Mr. and Mrs. O. W.
Mielke. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ettinger,
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Culllnan. Mr. and
Mrs. F. H. Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Fred
E. Harlow. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar A Pierce, Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Yates, Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Jaeger,' Mr. and Mrs. C. L Boss. Mr.
and Mrs. F. P. Waring, Mr. and Mrs.
McKInley Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. James Cameron,
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Allen. Mr. and Mrs.
E. G. Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Free
man, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Boyer, Mr. and
Mrs. P. A, Gilmore. Mr. and Mrs. J.
R. Burke. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Creath.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Pettis. Mr. and Mrs.
George P. Eisman, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
F. Baylis, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry E. Bro
naugh, Mr. and Mrs. William Lesh. Mrs.
E. M. Baker. Miss Nona Lawler and
Hopkins Jenkins. Dean Vincent. Otto
Kreamer, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Muhme.
Oregon Commander'. No. 1. Knights
Templar, entertained for their members
and friends Wednesday night with a
gala card party and dance at Masonic
Temple. The big ballroom and bal
conies were decked with evergreen
garlands, palms and ferns. Many hand
some gowns were noted among the fair
sex, the ensemble making an artistic,
colorful panorama. Card honors fell
to Miss Estella Jones and Robert
Those attending the delightful partv
were: L. R. Elder, Mrs. Lydla But
terworth, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Oliver
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Garrow. Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Luoas. Dr. J. L. Manion.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Brown. Mr. and lira
J. N. Schmitt. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Van
Kirk. Herman Slgglin. Miss Mamie
Sigglln. Mrs. L R. Aldrich, Mrs. Athony,
Dr. Norris R. Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Lutke. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Middleton.
Mr. and Mrs. R." H. Muhme, Mr. and
Mrs. R. C. Bell. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Can
ada, R. J. Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. Ben F.
Greene. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Yates. Mr.
and Mrs. F. H. Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. W.
M. Davis.. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Alger. W.
M. Walte, Mr. and Mrs. A. 1 1. Trego.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hammock, Miss M.
Mooney, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Heaney.'
O. E. Comer. Miss Comer. Mr. and Mrs.
R. F. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Bailey.
L. G. Carpenter, Miss Lillian Carpenter.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Helnekamp, R. E.
Fulton. Mr. and Mrs. Robert fikecn.
Miss Blanch De Lury. Mr. and Mrs. A.
Tilzer. Arthur A. Allen. Miss Ganzemil
ler. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Oswald. Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Barbour. F. Seley. Mrs. M. S.
Bennett. Hopkln Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs.
S. H. Thatcher. O. W. T. Muellhaupt,
Miss Marguerite Park. Mr. and Mrs.
Frank E. Walte. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
McCrillis. Mr. snd Mrs. E. J. Davidson.
Julius Bailey. Miss Estella Jones, Roy
K. Terry. C. C. Redman, Mr. and Mrs.
R. C. McDanlel. H. W. Hegele. Miss Bee
Atherton. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Stevens.
Gus H. Cramer and Miss Madge Cra
mer. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Brunn, JC. W.
Barlow, Miss Ruth Barlow.
The Knights will hold their next
party on January 10. 1317.
Glen Ellison, the celebrated Scotch
baritone, will be heard In recital at
the White Temple Wednesday night, at
8:15 o'clock. Mr. Ellison will sing I
number of his favorite songs and bal
lads and has consented to have a hear
ing of the Edison recent laboratory re
creation of his voice as a comparison.
Mrs. Llppltt will be at home on Thurs
day during December.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Cotton, who have
Just returned from an extended trip In
the East, are domiciled in apartments
at 705 Davis street, and will make this
their town home, going back to their
country estate at Gresham In the
Spring and Summer.
Miss Dorothea Wagner, who was one
of the attendants at the Hllton-Slgel
wedding last week, returned Friday
morning to Seaside, to remain a week.
when she will spend the inter in
Mrs. Norris Gregg's bridge and tea
on Friday afternoon was one of the de
lightful and charming events of the
latter part of the week. The affair was
to honor Mrs. Curtis Sargent, who has
Just returned from Kan r rancisco.
Guests were asked to make up five
tables of cards, and additional guests
called at the tea hour. Mrs. Jack
Howell and Mrs. L. McPherson presided
at the tea table.
Messages have reached this city tell
ing of the birth of a daughter to Mr,
and Mrs. John King Stack, at their
home in Escanaba, Mich. Mrs. Stack
will be remembered as Miss Ceciie
Wiley, one of Portland society's popu
A strange coincidence Is the fact that
the same day a son was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Daly, of this city. Mrs.
Daly being Miss Nancy Jane Stack, of
Escanaba, Mich., a sister of John King
An elaborate reception followed the
Indian costume recital, giver by Mrs.
J. Curtis Simmons at Olympla. Wash.,
Friday. Five prominent matrons as
sisted by a bevy of attractive young
ladles were hostesses to nearly 300
guests of the- social and musical set1.
Including many diplomats of the capi
tal city. Mr. and Mrs. Simmons were
guests at the Hotel Mitchell while in
The Woodlarks spent a most enjoy
able evening at their dance in Murlark
ballroom on Thursday evening, when
about 200 members of the club gave
the first of a series of dainty stepping
parties. The patroncssVti for the eve
ning were Mrs. L G. Clarke. Mrs. W. F.
Woodward, Mrs. George M. Healy and
Mrs. w. S. Shaw.
Members of the Oregon Naval Militia
gathered Friday evening at Murlark
Dauroom for their first Informal danc
lng party for the 1916-17 season. Sev
eral pleasing features were Introduced
during the programme, which were met
with much favor by the dancers. The
next party will be given the first part
of December. Patrons and patronesses
were Mr. and Mrs. Edwin E. Scranton
Mr.-and Mrs. George E. Chamberlain.
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Blair, and Mr.
and Mrs. Walter S. Wileon.
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The first annual ball given by the
Alameda Club Thursday night In Cotil
lion Hall and a most brilliant and sue
cessful affair. About 300 coupies were
ln attendance and the handsome gowns
worn by the fair sex added to the at
tractiveness of the ballroom, which was
decorated artistically with Autumn
leaves and myriads of colored lishts.
As a special feature Mr. and Mrs.
Montrose Ringlcr entertained delight
fully by dancing two pretty numbers.
Mrs. Dudley F. Clarke, soprano, who
is a member of the club, was soloist
and charmed the assemblage with her
In the gathering of merry guests way
a large representation of Irvington,
Rose City Park. Laurelhurst. Portland
Heights and various organizations of
Portland, who. by co-operation, made
the affair the splendid success it was.
The Conservative Woman Who Is Look
ing for Style in Her Shoes Will Find
Mere Tomorroro the
Fashion links arms with conservative
ness at this shop. And these models will
prove particularly attractive to every
Imported tan Russia walking boots in lace
style; plain toe button boots with dull finished
vamps and tops to match; patent colt vamps
with black cloth toppings. AH priced
At $10.00 Pair
SipmariWof fc & (2a
cSMorcruuv!'s of J Merit Only"
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Bird. Kate Marren, Nell Shanahan and table was decorated with red carna-
A new club known as Yakn Hula
Girls organized Tuesday. November 7,
at the home of Nellie Tichenor. The
girls have planned many social events
for the Winter. Charity is to be one
of the objects of the club. Through
the charity bureau needy families will
The following girls have pledged
themselves members: Florence Brown,
president; Delia Longmlre, secretary:
Ruth Seaman, treasurer: I.eola lilry.
society ' editor and entertainment com
mittee; Ruth Griffin, sergeant-at-arms;
Nellie Tichenor. chairman of social
committee and entertainment com
mittee: Beryl Brackett and Kdna Carr.
decorative committee; Ruth McColm
and Gladys Mahoney, refreshment com
mittee; Mildred Johnson. Hazel Will
iams, Elma Ditto. Ruby Prosser.
Katherlne Seaman, Grace Wessels and
Beth Bedell. The next meeting will be
held at the home of Ieola Davey. 790
East Ankeny street, Tuesday, Novem
Much Interest is being manifested in
the coming dancing party arranged by
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nlgrnt a.t Murlocic ballroom. Arranfce- iinfAP i-..,.,' i,...ii- ii,-.iri,
ments for the affair are in the hands j thid m-hsoii and every body's wearing-
me new Myifs. ou, ion. may nuve
tions and ferns and rovers were laid
for Mis; Morton's friends a 3 follows:
M isses .Tunc Wert-, Winifred Kilhnrn.
trlndys I'alm. Klorenee B;irnhart, Minet
PTurman. Kdith Younkrantz, Zella A.
Zeiirler, Mary Z. .Tames, Amy .lane Ma
jruire, Helen K. Griffin. Vina Sherman,
tlertrude I. Whitingr. Tyrell Donahue
and Krancls Wilson.
Misses arah Swire and Esther Cap
Ian were charmlnR "hostesses for &
Halloween party 011 November 3. The
house was traily decked with garlands
of preencry and Japanese lanterns.
IanoinT and Ramo. were the diversion
of the evening and a collation was
Mrs. 5?. Swire and Mrs. T Swire as-
Exquisite Velour and
Bolivia Coats Pur
chasable "On Time"
EVENTS OF THE WEEK.
In honor of Mrs. Frank E. Hart (nee
Kathryn T. Smith), a recent bride.
Mrs. Ixuise Fried le Maloney was hos
tess for a bridge on Thursday at her
home In Rose City.
Guest3 were asked for four tables
of the game, card honors falling to
Miss Margaret Smith and Mrs. Hayes.
The rooms were prettily decked with
clusters of foliage and flowers, the re
freshment table at which the guests
were seated being adorned with a large
bride, around which were entwined
maidenhair ferns and yellow baby
chrysanthemums,, over which a huge
basket of ferns and chrysanthemums
was suspended. Place cards were min
Covers were placed for Mrs. F. E.
Hart, Mrs. Hayes, Mrs. D. Hodler, Mrs.
Rose Frledle Gianelll. Mrs. Mary Ma
loney. Mrs. F. Moran, Mrs. Wallace
Jones, and the Misses Genevieve Ward,
Armella Grussl, Margaret Smith May
Breslln, Mayme Shanahan. Elizabeth
Mrs. Charles Rosenfeid and her at
tractive daughter. Miss Delphlne Rosen
feid. left last week for New York
where they will pass the Winter
Clyde Collings. who returned early
In the week from a shooting trip, was
host for a game dinner at Hotel Benson
Wednesday night, which was followed
of a committee consisting of Messrs.
Thomas B. Collins, John L. Bozorth.
Carl J. Hurley, James W. .Crawford,
Walter T. McGuirk. Earl W. Hammond.
Alfred J. Shawcross. Fred W. Hummel
and Frank E. Manning. The following
young women will assist during the
evening: Misses Margaret E. Oilmnre,
Doris Clark. Evangeline F. Mcintosh.
Margaret M. O'Shea. Helene Korres.
Jesslyn C. Pottage, Alma M. Gruenlg.
ltuth A. Routledge and Liydla M. VII
leneuve. Patrons and patronesses for
the occasion are: Mr. and Mrs. E.
Plowden Stott. Mr. and Mrs. Chester
G. Murphy end Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C.
Mr. and Mrs. George Rae entertained
charmingly on Monday evening at thetr
home on Sixteenth street, to celebrate
their wedding anniversary. The rooms
were decorated beautifully with yellow
and white chryanthemums. "Five hun
dred" was the pleasure of the evening,
card honors falling to Mrs. F. A. Geil.
G. Taylor and R. D. Decker. A dainty
luncheon was served. Those enjoying
Mr. and Mrs. Rao's hospitality were
Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor. Mr. and
Mrs. R. D. Decker Mr. and Mrs. F. A.
Geil. Mrs E. Hatfield. Miss Louise Hat
field, Miss Lulu Hatfield, Miss Louise
Taylor and the host and hostess.
One of the pleasant events of the
week was a birthday surprise party
tendered Mrs. Bert Fahs. of Van
couver. Wash, by the women of the
L. S. Club at the home of Mrs. Lew
McKInley, 9428 Fifty-seventh avenue.
The house was prettily decorated with
yellow chryanthemums and ferns.
A delightful dinner party of 16 cov
ers was given Friday night in tne main
dining-room of Hotel Portland in com
pliment to Miss Emma Morton, who re
cently resigned from the Portland de
partment of the Forestry Service. The
TWO OF AL KADER TEMPLE SHRIXERS ACTIVE IN ARRANGEMENTS
FOR DANCE NOVEMBER 15.
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Al Kader Temple. Ancient and Accepted Orders. Nobles of the Mystic
Shrine, on the niRiit of November 15 will give a complimentary dance and card
party in the Multnomah Hotel to Its members and their wives and friends, as
well as the other nobles In the state.
The Al Kader Shrine band will give a concert from S:30 until ! o'clock
in the lobby of the hotel. W. K. Grace, potentate, and A. B. Gottschalk.
chairman of the ball committee, are In charge of the programme.
At 9 o'clock the two orchestras In the two ballrooms will start the
dances and at the same time "5uo" will be played in the Japanese tearoom.
Suitable prises will be contested for.
During the evening Mr. and Mrs. Harold Grady, who have recently re
turned to Portland, after 18 successful months In the Knot, will give exhibi
tion dances. Their two specialties will consist of a "Russian Pullxa" and "The
Lady and the Dude."- These are characteristic of the Ixmilon dance hall.
Admission will be obtained by the 1916 card. The "fcx" is to be worn.
one. and hav it lo wear at once.
You haven't enouirh moniv riht now
to pay tor a new Coat? Thai's quite
natural. Many other women are situ
ated the sniii wny: in fact, many of
the women weariuir new Coats lodav
would b no nert-Nih(lr d-ire than
you if they had not used their CREDIT
AT CHERRY'S SHOP.
Rut that's what wise women have
done and are doinir hundreds of them
lonio to CHKKllVS lo st-lect thMr
Winter Coats. Xo matter what the
price of the model you choose, a small
payment will do at first. Weekly or
monthly installments, you seo. will
Httl the balance of the dett. and
you'll have the pleasure of wearing
your Coat all the time you're paying
Among the most popular Cost ma
terials, as you Know, are Velour and
Bolivia Cloth and CHERRY'S have
quantities of styles in both these fab
rics, in all the rich, delightful shades
of Fashion's fancy. -See them, admire
them and buy your favofite tomorrow
at Cherry's. 3S9-91 Washington etrect.
Today's Aid to Beauty
An especially fine shampoo for this
weather, one that dissolves and en
tirely removes all dandruff, excess oil
and dirt, can eftslly be made at tri
fling expense by simply dissolving a
teaspoonful of canthrox In a cup of
hot water. Pour slowly- on scalp and
massage briskly. This creates' a sooth
ing, cooling lather. Rinsing leaves the
scalp spotlessly clean, soft and pliant,
while the hair takes on the glossy
richness of natural co!or. also a fluffl
ness which makes it seem much heavier
than it Is. After a canthrox shampoo
arranging the hair is a pleasure. Adv.
I rv i t & t i o rs , A r ro u rce me rt s
Visitirvg ard At Home Cards
THREE HUNDRED ELEVEN
at Factory Sample Shop, 342 Alder
St-, opposite rantapes Theater.
A wonderful arrsy of Plush Coats,
velour. broadcloths and Bolivia cloths,
at values that will surprise ynu.
Suits at T.B."V and up to a.tSi Suits and
Coats at Sl.n.V. Also Skirts and Si n
Waists Ht l.fa. Be sure and not over
look this sale at the Fartory Sample
Shop. 342 Alder strot, across from
For Iliph-class, Stylish and Classy
Tailored Ladies' Suits and Coats see
The Ladies' Tailor, 128'.i Tenth St.
orrison st. bet.
ftiUnERS Maia or J805