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I-vROMITENTp musicians nd society
folk are assisting In -working
out tha details of the fairy p?
retta, "Th Forest Children." which
vlll be given Tuesday afternoon,
July 27, In the gardens of Mr. and
Mrs. H. C. Wortman's home, 245 Vista
The complete cast has not been se
lected, but among those who will
take the principal roles are Mrs.
Eleanor Osborne Buckley, Miss Betty
Oram, Violet Fenster Blags and
George Nathanson. Miss Imogen
Baton, ballet mistress and premiere
danseuse, i training the children whs
wil) present dances as part of the
peretta. The dryads will be reprcj,
aefTted by Miss Ruth Barlow, Miss
Marie Gammie, Miss Elizabeth Kirby,
Miss Jfimena Holllng and Miss Seton.
Mrs. M. Donald Spencer and Mrs
John Pipes head the executive staff.
Mrs.. Mable Hfllmes Parsons is the
author of the llbretta. The music
was written by Wirt Denison and ar
ranged for orchesta, by Howard Bar
low, who is acting as musical direc
tor and conductor. Mr. Nathanson is
etaae and technical director; Mrs.
Harry Beal Torrey Is in charge of
costuming, and Mrs. Lou la B. Thomas
and Mrs. O. T. Wedemeyer are in
charge of the children's chorus Tne
accompanists and assistant conduc
tors are Miss Louise Huntley and Mrs.
Blanche Williams Segerston.
The performance is a benefit for
the University- of Oregon woman's
building. The money will be turned
In as a subscription from the late
Miss Carnille Dosch and her nephew,
The patronesses are: The Mesdames
W. C. Alvord, J. B. Bilderback, R. Lea
Barnes, Charles F. Berg, Margaret
Biddle, Henry L. Corbett, Charles
Curry, Vincent Cook. F. O. Downing,
Cyrus A. Dolph, R. L. Donald, Sher
man T. Edwards. S. Frank, Albert
Feldenheimer, George Gerlinger,
Louis Gerlinger Jr.. Solomon Hirsch,
W. F. Houghton, David Honeyman,
Max Houser, Lee Hoffman, Folger
Johnson, Henry E. Jones. Fletcher
Linn, John Keating, J. C. Eliot King,
John Kollock, A. S. Kerry, A. J.
Meier; Warren E. McCord, R. J. Marsh,
F. g. McBrlde, William T. Mulr, Sam
uel C, May, G. H. Marsh, J. P. O'Brien,
Edgar il. Piper, John Peters. John
M. Piies, A. E. Rockey, George Rebec,
Boudinot Seeley, John M. Scott, Rob
ert 8. Strong, Jesse Stearns, Robert
Stanfield, Thomas Sharp, E. A. Som
mers. Helen E. Starrett, J..N. Teal, E.
L. Thompson, H. B. Torrey, Warren
E. Thomas. W. D. Wheelwright, T.
H. Williams, C. E. S. Wood, J. Frank
Watson, Lawrence R. Wheeler, Lloyd
J. Wentworth, William yon Kleinsmid
Roy Bishop. O. T. Wedemeyer; the
Misses Marshall, Louise Allen, Ruth
Catlin, Geneviove Thompson, Frances
Warren and Failing.
Miss Louise Llnthicum was a
charming young hostess Thursday
evening when she entertained about
TO of the younger members of the
smart set. A dancing party at the
home of Miss Virginia Wilson and
Miss Clementine Wilson, who are Miss
Linthicum's aunts, was the event of
Interest. The Misses Efflnger, who
are vistlng their aunts, the Misses
Flanders, were the guests especially
honored. The young girls wore
dainty summer party frocks and pre
eented a picture of youth and love
liness. Mrs. S. B. Llnthicum received
with her daughter. Preceding the
dance. Miss Marian Whitside, daugh
ter of Dr. and Mrs. George Whiteside,
gave a dinner party for 20 of her
friends who attended the dance and
a number of others entertained
' groups of those who after the din
ner went to the Llnthicum party
Miss Whiteside is one of the attract
ive young girls who is just back
from an eastern finishing school.
There have been several gatherings
for the girls back from school, but
most of them have been small and
Informal. Thursday night's gaieties
were among the most important yet
scheduled on the younger set's social
Miss Margaret Montague became
the bride of Buford Payne at S o'clock
yesterday in Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Monta
Hue's country home at Hillsdale. The
bride wore a beautiful gown of ivory
white georgette over satin, the whole
dress being elaborated by rare rose
point duchess lace which Is an heir
loom in the Montague family
The veil fell from a coronet of
duchess lace and a circlet of orange
blosioms and formed the train, th
arrangement being particularly be
coming. The bridal bouquet was of
orchid sweet peas in graceful showt
er. Miss Carol Montague was her
sister's attendant and as maid of
honor she was pretty in a girlish
frock of crisp pink organdie with a
hat to match. She carried roses and
pink sweet peas
Dr. T. L. Eliot, pastor emeritus of
the Unitarian church, was the offi
ciating minister. John Richard Mon
tague was best man. After the mar
riage ceremony there was an Infor
mal, reception and a buffet supper
was served. Mr. and Mrs. Payne left
later for a wedding trip and they will
reside in Berkeley. Mr. Payne Is a
young business man of San Fran
cisco. He is a fraduate of the Uni
versity of California. The bride is
a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard
W. Montague and a niece of Mrs.
0. S. Montague, James J. Montagus
of New York and Mrs, George Sar
gent of Hood River.
She is a graduate of Vassar and
earned her master's degree this year
at the University of California. She
is not only admfred because of her
attainments,, but because of her
charm and sincerity of manner, and
she has distinct social popularity.
J. J. Montague came to Portland a
week ago for the brief visit of a day
and on account of business could not
remain for the wedding. He was en
route to the east from San Francisco.
Mrs. .E; M. Andrus and her niece. !
Miss Lucia Morris entertained on Frir j
day at a tea for Miss Adelaide Arm-
trong of St. Paul. Miss Lillian Moss.
who is visiting Mrs. J. F. Dickson.
Miss Elsie Collingswood and Miss Sue
ayes of Chippewa Falls The at
tractive tea table was in charge of
Mrs. W. W. Cotton. Mrs.J. F. Brad.
ley, Mrs.- J. F. Dickson and Mr
A tribute to Mrs. Richard Nunn.
who is Just back from England, was
tea given by Mrs. Georare Whit..
ide for Mrs. Nunn's intimate friends.
Mrs. Welles Gilbert and Mrs. Herbert
Nichols presided at the tea table.
Mrs. Helen T-Add Corbett's tea Vin.
day for her sister, Mrs. Frederick
Pratt of New York, was an event of
note in that it brought together
Portland's most prominent society
folk, and old-time friends of the
honor guest, who is remembered by
those who have known Portland so
ciety for a good many years as Miss
Caroline Ladrl. a sister of Mrs. Cor
bett and of William and J. Wln
Ladd. . . "
Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. CLirfc ttt a
veins" euicriaineq Dy iriends who are
glad to . welcome them to Portland
after, an absence of a year or moro
Last night Hugh Hume was host at a
ainner ior tnem and Mrs. C. A. Dolnh
entertaining at the Waverley Country
;iuu. . airs, neaae Ireland (Ansa He
Master), entertained with Mrs. p. C.
uiaenDorg caatsle Macmaster), at
Ardgour, honoring several charming
visitors, among- whom Mrs. Clark was
one. airs, uiark. Miss Isabella Gauld,
n-ainenqe xtussell, Louise Llnthicum
Mrs. Gorman Rupp and Mrs. R. M.
Dooly presided at the table. Bridge
was the diversion of the day. There
were many present who have been
away for some time an tha affair
provea a nappy reunion.
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin T. Griffith
entertained on 'Friday night at a din
ner party ior Mr. and Mrs. Edward W
UlarK 111, and on Thursday Mr. and
Mrs. W. D: Wheelwright were hosts
at a dinner of eight covers with the
and Visiting Cards
W. G. SMITH & CO.
811 Jklorgaa Bulldlne.
Coj7T2., O-uesf oJVxis.. wrw. Caffon .
407 Morrison St.
Between 10th and 11th
Hudson Bay Fur Co,
yrzr.- W,B. Sfj-rrfsrW72a Ze-7fforJzr?Jp'?jrr
club in the morning and a dance In
the evening. The games were played
Tuesday and Wednesday at Multno
mah field. Waverley Country club
Lhad the social features on Thursday
and Mrs. F. A. Nitchy was hostess. She
had a bevy of pretty girls as her as
sistants. Mrs. Norman K. Rupp entertained
at tea on Tuesday for MiBS Meta
Rupp of Saginaw, Mich., Miss Eleanor
Sackett of New York and Miss Cath
erine Russell, who has returned from
Berkeley. Mrs. Frank V. DuMond
and Mrs. Reade Ireland presided at
Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Kiehle pre
sided at a dinner en Wednesday, hon
oring Dr. and Mra. Richard Nunn, who
recently returned from England.
Mrs. Theodore B. Wilcox enter
tained at a dinner on Tuesday for
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Pratt of New
York, guests of Mrs. Helen Ladd
Mrs. George Fuller vas hostess at
dinner during the week for Mrs.
Frederick A. Jacobs.
A bridge-tea hosteBS of Tuesday
was Mrs. E. L. Devereaux, who en.
tertained for Miss Winifred Dollar
hide of Napa, CaL, guest of Mrs. A- A.
An informal bridge tea at Waverley
Country club was the delightful event
planned last Wednesday by Mrs.
George L. MePherson.
On Thursday Mrs. uonaid ireen
entertained with four tables of bridge.
Her guests were Mrs. L. uever.
eaux, Mrs. Victor Johnson, Mrs. Ed
ward H. Geary, Mrs. Guy W. Talbot.
Mrs. Charles Green of Aberdeen. Mrs.
Fred H. Green. Mrs. W. B. Roberson. i
Mrs. Henry Wessinger, Mrs. George
Maxwell, Mrs. E. C. Shevlin, Mrs.
W. B. McKay, Mrs. C. E. Grelle. Mrs.
George L. MePherson. Mrs. Polly
Tongue Lombard, Mrs. Richard Wilder
and Mrs. Walter Lang.
Miss Adelaide Armstrong of St.
Paul was guest of honor at a lunch
eon given Thursday by Mra. A. D.
An attractive appointed luncheon
was given on Thursday at Waverley
Country club with Miss Catherine
Russell as hostess in honor of Miss
Meta Rupp of Saginaw, Mich., and
Miss Eleanor Sackett of New York
city, house guests of Mrs. Norman N.
Rupp. Covers were laid for nine, in
cluding Miss Rupp, Miss Sackett, Mra
Norman N. Rupp. Mrs. D. C Olden
borg, Mrs. Reade M- Ireland. Mrs.
Charles T. Donworth, Mrs. P. Maurice
Dooly, Miss Louisa Llnthicum and the
Mrs. George Carter Starling will be
hostess for a number of friends to-
morrow at the University ciuti, hon-
Ambers of Battle , of
Mrs. J. Guy Richaras (Margaret
Hewett). who returned recently from
a ten days' visit at N'ehalem, is at St.
Vincent's hospital, where she has un
dergone an operation for appen
dicitis. She is progressing nicely.
Mrs. Scott Allen of London, who
came to this city to attend tha mar
riage of Miss Hewett and Mr. Rich
ards, her son. left during the past
week for Vancouver, B. C, but will
return to Portland before going back
to her home in England.
Miss Dorothy Effinger of Berkeley,
who has been visiting her aunts, the
Misses Flanders, will be the house
guest of Mrs. Lewis A. MoArthuT this
For those Vvho would enjoy a rest
ful and inspiring hour, a visit to the
Portland Art Museum is a summer
day's treat. The gallery is cool and
Inviting and the pictures have been
rearranged to give the added effect
ici itnu .tarmony. Mone space
i has lieen given the Co rots, the Rey
nolds, the Rosseaus, Homer Martins
and all other fine examples of Eu
ropean and American art that are
parts of the permanent collection. Tha
fine Chinese paintings given by
Charles L. Freer of Detroit, are in
the gallery for special exhibitions.
Panels and paintings of exceptional
merit fill the showcase. The Museum
is at Fifth and Taylor street.
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Ewing
opened their home on Spring street on
Wednesday evening for a reception
honoring Dr. John H. Boyd and Miss
Elisabeth and John Boyd. Jr. Mem
bers of the First Presbyterian church
of the Portland Heights district were
the guests. Dr. Boyd will leave soon
for Chicago, but Miss Elizabeth and
John, Jr., will remain here for the
Miss Constance Piper is being wel
comed back from New York city after
an absence of many months.
Society was Interested In the mar-
Clarke as honor guests. At Mrs. Helen i mittee was resourceful and instead of
laaq yoroeti s tea on monaay ior ner tne plans as made witn tennis at tne
Sister, Mrs. Frederick Pratt, it was
interesting to note the genuine
greetings of welcome accorded Mrs.
Carlton Betts (Ruth Teal), and Mrs.
Clark, who were among those pres
ent. The honor guest, Mrs. Pratt, re
ceived graciously and her old friends
rejoiced that Mrs. Cerbett had given
them the opportunity to have a chat
and recall the days when Mrs. Pratt
lived here. -
Mrs. Cyrus A. Dolph will entertain
pn Monday from 4 to 6 In compliment
to her daughter, Mrs. Clark.
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With a number of visitors In town
and everything planned ready for the
tennis tournament, it was a great dis
appointment When tne raiq descended
so steadily on Monday, reminding
everyone of the weather's behavior
on floral parade day during tha Rosa
Festival. But the local social com-
of Being Weil
Tailored gives one pelf-possession"
aid poise, a feeling of
ability to hold one's own
in any gathering. It is
worth any effort it may
take, pee us for tailleurs,
sport clothes, riding habits
Tailors Mem aid
Irvington clubhouse and pretty girls
serving afternoon tea, there was a
bridge tea Monday with Mrs. W. L
Northup as hostess and on Tuesday
there was a swim at the Multnomah
are now in great demand.
We are constantly turning
in Capes and Wraps
from our own workrooms,
where we take great pride
in our superfine workman
ship and remarkable values.
In our hands luxurious furs -reach
the perfection of orig
ination and beauty. It is to
be remembered that our
prices are always equally
At Moderate Prices
Broadway and Alder
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TAILOR & . ,
FURS AND MYSTERY
By N. M. Ungar.
At this time, . when "tempting"
prices are being offered here ana
there on "genuine'" furs of many
kinds' it may be well to review a few
of the numerous substitutes previous.
ly mentioned in this series or ax.
To begin with, wa round inai nua-
son Seal' is not seal ai nil, uui iu
reality aeal.dyed muskrat, nutria or
Then, too, we learn that musKrat
la often not muskrat at all, but mere,
ly dyed rabbit.
Next, we discovered that our busy
Jittle muskrat frequently masquerades
as various kinds of minK, ana, wuen
sheared, as the tiny mole.
Then there's raccoon bringing the
price of lynx;- marmot, mink, fitch
and hare as American sable; Ameri
can sable as Russian sable; opossum
as marten; weasel as ermine; numer
ous Inferior species of fox as black
fox; nutria as beaver; rabbit as er
mine and French, seal and so on
Now ask' yourself one fair ques
tion How under tha tun can you ex
nect to distincruish the trenuine from
the imitation when In many cases the
salesman who is -trying to sell you
tha fur does not know the difference
hi-mself ? -
It takes men who have devoted
their lives to the study of furs to de
tect soma of the substitutes that are
perpetrated, and It is not unusual for
the average department store buyer
to be fooled on what he purchases as
completely as hla custoraera.
It must therefore be said for the
salespeople in such departments that
they frequently mislead you unknow
ingly, for they .are often told by a
buyer who is not a real furrier that
an article is genuine, and so they
pass tha word on to you, not realizing
it to be a falsehood.
This, however, does not help you in
any way when the fur goes to pieces
and you'll therefore find It profitable
in the long run to play safe, disregard
Drice "bait." and buy your furs of
reliable furrier who really knows the
Whether innocent 'because' of not
knowing or as a disguise for proteo.
tion when the revelation comes
Beware of the Wolf In Sheep's
(To Be Continued.)
Copyright, 1920. Adv.
Orirlnator of the
At the OH (final fcnop
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Schweitzer & Eagin
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Suits, Gowns, Waists
606-7 Broadway Bldg. Marshall 488
ONE LOT OF OUR
The ones that sell regularly for
$17.50 to 30.00 are offered
for a limited time at
Fine quality Georgette in the most
wanted shades is used in the mak
ing of these "beautiful blouses.
All sizes in hand-embroidered models, lace-trimmed styles and beaded effects.
Sale Prices From $11.65 to $20.00
13 Off! .
This collection is composed of
this season's dresses, each one
of them being a value at the
regular price, and now an ex
tra val at the reduced price.
Baronette Satin Dresses
Crepe de Chine Dresses
Sport Silk Dresses
Figured Georgette Dresses
is yours for the
about this convenience.
Washington St. at' 10th.
The Gray Tile Corner.
in the desired shapes for mid
summer wear is here for your
White Sport Hats
fashioned from white ribbon
silk and shown in medium and
Tarn shapes, S5.75 and S9.50
Navy Blue Taffeta Hats
are awaiting your choosing at
prices from 810.00 to S1S.00
is an added ser
vice that we ex
tend to our customers.