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THE SUNDAY bRfcGOXI&UV : PORTLAND, SEPTEMBER 15, 1918.
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Miss Ifortensen wora a own of 811
ver cldth and white tulle, with silver
lace -mbellishment. Miss Gentry's
rownwaaof Nile tulle and silver lace.
They air carried bouquets of asters in
pastel shades. The little flower s"irl
wore a charming frock of white lace
trimmed with pins; bows and sash, and
she carried a French basket of Cecil
B miner roses.
PresidinK.at the supper tables were
Mrs. Albert Broddie, Mrs. & E. Peter
sen. Mrs. C G. Anderson. Mrs. 'Charles
Conrad, assisted-by Gladys Trimble,
Marguerite Conrad. Helen Hogai and
Mrs. A. C. "Van Cleave..
Mr. and Mrs. Palitsseh left for a fort
night's trip to British Columbia and
the Sound cities, and upon their return
they will make their home with the
parents of the bride. . . i
One of the interesting events of yes
terday was Che weddinr of Miss Anna
Boyd Eusell and Herbert Johnston
Campbell,, whicbi was solemnised at 3
o'clock int St. Mark's Episcopal Church.
The betrothal ceremony was read by
Rev. John Hatton, and the marriage
service was read by Rev. J., E. H. Simp- 1
son. The church was artistically
decked with, a profusion -of Japanese
sun flowers, golden glow, dahlias and
greenery, a color scheme of yellow and
white being- carried out in the-church
and the house where a receotion was
new xouowibb; loe ceremony. Airs, w .
Barker played the wedding; march; Mrs.
A. H. Pope was matron of honor, and L
N. Blythe attended the bridegroom.
The bride wast attractively gowned
in a moon glow crepe combined with
white Georgette crepe panels. Her veil
s of tulle fashioned into a mob cap
of rose point la.ce, with a wreath of
range blossoms; She carried a shower
bouquet of bride roses, orchids and tiny
The matron of honor wore a gown of
yellow silk and Georgette crepe, and
she carried an old-fashioned bouquet of
yellow and lavender flowers. Mrs.
Russell, mother of the bride, wore i
handsome gown of gray broadcloth, i
smart black hat and a corsage of or.
Only relatives and close friends were
bidden to the ceremony and to the re
ception which followed at the home of
the bride's mother. Mrs. A. B. Russell.
A buffet supper was served, the tables
being presided over by Mrs. Frank S.
Stillman and Mrs. Mabel C Conway,
and they were assisted in serving by
Mrs. Robert Buck. Mrs. Ralph Mort,
Miss Irene Campbell and Miss Florence
Mr. 'Campbell and his bride left imme
diately after the reception for a fort
night a wedding trip, and upon their
return they will be at home at ZS East
Twenty-sixth street North.
EVENTS OF THE WEEK.
The Wisconsin State Society opened
Its monthly meeting for the Winter at
the Portland Social "Turn Verein Hall.
Thirteenth and Main streets, on Thurs
day evening. After a short business
meeting a pleasing programme was
rendered. Mrs. Fullman cave a read
ing, "Soulful Sam"; Mrs. Durham played
the "Star-Spangled Banner." The re
mainder of the evening was pleasantly
spent in dancing and cards
Mrs. George W. Joseph will enter
tain the members of the Crescendo Club
at her home, 269 Sixteenth street North,
Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Business for the coming year will be
discussed and. election of officers will
take place. A full attendance Is re
The evening was opened by a com
munity sing led by Musical Director L.
F. Lakin. and the Artisans and friends
responded by singing several patriotic
numbers. Miss Lillian Marks favored
ith a song, "Break the News to
Mother." Mr. Williams, chairman, intro
duced District Attorney Evans, who
made a rousing speech along patriotic
lines, closing his remarks with a patri
otic little poem entitled "The Service
Flag. Instrumental numbers were fur
nished by Mr. and Mrs. A L. Clifford
and the evening closed with cards and
tilt' r ' ' ' '
What we succeeded in do
ing last season, to the utter
amazement of Portland
women, we will out-do this
Fall. In short, we will show
scarfs, , stoles and coatees
that bear all the aspects
of aristocratic, high-priced
furs, and will price them at
a low mark no house in the
city, will dare to reach.
, Beauty, not alone
. of color, nor of
line, nor of fabric,
but the three fused
into harmony so
perfect by our de
signers that each
is an inextricable
factor, and all
' form a. self-sufficient
is the secret which
millinery not only
beautiful in the
hand, but beauti
ful on the head.
$7.50 to $45
collection of beau
tiful Fall Hats in
small, medium and
large. Now shown.
Beautiful in all the
new novelties-and col
ors. Price surpris
CLOSED MONDAY HOLIDAY
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boat 280.000 men for services In the
British armies as well as quantities of
money through the auxiliaries and
various performances he got up. Sir
Fopham Young and Lady Pophara Young
are anticipating a visit to America and
possibly Portland within a few months.
Miss Margaret Montgomery left Sun
day night for Mills College, where she
will Join the staff .of teachers In- the
Misa Florence Jacobsen, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. H. Jacobsen. will become
the bride of Homer T. Shaver. - The
engagement of this young couple was
announced Tuesday, and the wedding
will be an event of the early rail.
The bride-elect Is attractive and she
was popular in the high school set.
A- charming wedding of yesterday
was that at which Miss Ethel Nelson
became the bride of Theodore Palftzsch,
the ceremony being solemniied at the
residence of the bride's parnts, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Emil Nelson, 615 Tillamook
street. Rev. W. E Brinkman officiated.
Miss Marsrarite Palituch was maod of
honor, and the bridesmaids were Misses
Modesta Mortensen and Eva Gentry.
Margaret Garcia Cutter was flower
girl and Ben Risky, a cousin of the
bridegroom, was best man.
Miss Jessie 1 Lewis played the wed
ding march, and "At Dawning" was
ung by Miss Esther Rogin. The house
Weil-Known Ladies' -Tailor
245 FIFTH STREET
I wish to announce to my cus
tomers that my prices have
not advanced because I do my
own work and keep down ex
penses. I will continue to give
the very best material and
workmanship at the same
was beautifully decked with a profu
sion of garden flowers, the ceremony
being read before the fireplace under a
canopy of asters, gladioli, lilies and
gardenias, a color scheme of pink and
white being adopted throughout the
wedding. In the dining-room, where a
buffet supper was served, a profusion
of Ophelia roses was used, and tall
standards of the pink and white blos
soms flanked the fireplace.
Miss Mortensen played, a number of
violin selections during the evening.
and dancing rounded out the delllghtful
The bridS, who was given In mar
riage by her father, was prettily
gowned in Georgette crepe over white
satin, trimmed with rose point and
Duchess lace, made round length. Her
tulle veil was arranged in a coronet of
orange blossoms and rose point lace,
and she carried a shower bouquet of
orchids, bride roses and bouvardla.
The maid of honor's gown was yel
low taffeta and Georgette crepe with
The September dancing party of the
O.-W. R. & N, Employes Club Is an
nounced to be held" on the evening of
September 39. at Cotillion Hall. The
approach of Autumn assures a delight
ful temperature and club members and
their friends are looking forward with
pleasure to the event. Vice-President
George F. Koch, chairman of the 'en
tertainment committee, has selected
the following persons to assist him in
perfecting arrangements and to look
after the comfort of those who attend:
Edith Altnow, Minnalena Cameron,
Irene Crerar, Mrs. Theresa C. Depue,
Audrae Gentry, Edna Hepp, Frances
Howard, Mrs. N. W. Klnard, Amy
Klum, Bertha Morris, Mrs. R. L. Neal,
Bessie Ritchie, Ruth Smith, Grace
Stanton, Mrs. Marie Tydeman, Clara
Zaik; Messrs. M. H. Bottler, ueorge
Cromble, B. B. Currigan, Charles Ho-
feldt, George L. Jones, C. B. Knight,
Fraflk Laukat, E. F. Smith. Jr.. Roy S.
Swint and T. L. Keenan.
Oregon Assembly, No. 1, of Artisans,
will deviate from the regular order of
business on next Tuesday night and
hold what will be known as "Pioneer
night." " Old-time initiations such as
were put on 20 years ago will be given
hv a unmber .of the old members. In
vitations have been sent out to all the
charter and old members to be present.
A programme will be given, followed
by dancing. Dances popular 20 and 2i
years ago will be Introduced.
All Artisans are cordially invited to
attend and see "this old-time degree
work put on. - ,
Ladies of St. Franels Church, East
Eleventh and Oak streets, will give a
card partv tat the parish-house Tues
day evening-iat 8:30 o'clock.
Oregon Assembly No. 1 of Artisans
opened the social season Tuesday even
ing by one of the most successful at
fairs ever given by this order. The en-
SUIT and COAT
Material for Fall
We are now showing all the latest
materials, including Silk Duvefyne.
Duvet Milltaire, Bradford Cashmere
and Silvertone Tweeds, for Fall and
Winter suits and coats.
Ladies' Tailors. 392 Wash., Near Tenth.
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Portland Recognized School
1 1th and Yamhill. Office at Hall.
. Main 6017, A. 4680.
MOSE CHRISTENSEN, Principal.
Also Chairman of ihe American National
Normal School Board. Elected for 5 Years.
CARRIE CHRISTENSEN. VICTOR CHRISTENSEN. Assistants.
Monday Evening, September 23. 7:30 P. M.
' Tuesday Evening, September 24 8:45 P. M.
14 to 20 years. ,
Saturday Evening, September 28. . , 7:00 P. M.
LITTLE CHILDREN'S ADVANCED
5 to 8 years (or last season's pupils.)
Friday Afternoon. September 27 4:15 P. M.
' . 14 to 20 years.
. Friday Evening, September 27..' 7 P.
SPECIAL OPENING PARTY
Monday Evening, September 23 . . 9:00 P.
Thereafter First and Third Mondays, as Usual.
BOYS' AND GIRLS' BEGINNERS' CLASS
8 to 14 years.
Saturday Afternoon, September 28. ...... . 2:00 P. M.
BOYS' AND GIRLS' ADVANCED
8 to 14 years.
Saturday Afternoon, September 28 3 :30 P. M.
LITTLE CHILDREN'S BEGINNERS' CLASS
S to 8 years. ' , .
Tuesday Afternoon, September 24 .-. 4:15 P. M.
JUNIOR ASSEMBLY CLUB
For the Junior Pupils of the School Only.
Last Friday of Each Month. .... .8:30 to II :00 P. M.
First Party Friday Evening, October 25.
Hour and a Half Lesson.
Including Esthetic, Classic, Interpretative
and Folk Dancing. . .
Mr. Christensen has studied the past three seasons with the celebrated European Ballet Master, Stefano Mascagno, where he
was a member of his professional class, and is well qualified to give thorough instructions in Ballet Technique, which is the
highest branch of the Art of Dancing. Only talented and advanced pupils between the. ages of 10 and 20 years will be
enrolled in this Advanced Class and must wear the regulation ballet costume. Class meets Saturdays, 1 1 A. M., Wednesday,
4 P. M., beginning Saturday, September 28. 1 1 A. M. Ballet class for younger, talented advanced children, between the
ages of 8 to 12, any suitable costume, beginning Thursday afternoon, October 3, 4 P. M.
PRICES Owing .to the general advance in prices we have found it necessary to make an increase of $1.00 on the
term. Ballroom dancing for term of eight lessons. Children and junior class, $3.00. Adult term, eight lessons,
$6.00. Ballet Technique, 12 lessons, $10.00. . , ,-
PRIVATE LESSONS given by assistant, $2 for half hour, $3 an hoar given by Mr. Christensen, $3 for half hour, $5 for an hour.
Upstairs Sample Shop
offers these special exclusive sample garments for
One Beautiful Blue Silvertone
Coat with beaver collar, belted
novelty silk lined EJQ
One Rose-Lavender Crystal
Bolivia Coat with raecoon collar
and cuffs, silk lined,, q m r r
very special at )OtuII
One French Blue Coat with Hud
son seal collar, silfcdMQ Cfi
lined special at. . P4I7OU
50 Other Rare and
$39.50 to $69.50
125 Handsome Dresses
Including Jersey, Satin, Serge and Taffeta Dresses
all special at
$19.50 to $44.50
75 New Suits
Including serge, tricotine, gabardine, silvertone
and novelties; sizes 16 to 42; no two alikespecial
$29.50 to $69.50
Peterson's UpstairsSample Shop
205 PITTOCK BLOCK