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TIIE SUNDAY OBEGOXIAX. PORTLAND, NOVEMBER 5, 1922
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were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dietz, Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Heath, Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Sophy, the Mtsses Gertrude
Betteridge, Helen and Eaton, Faith
Jones, Alma Tracy, the Messrs. Don
ald Boggess, Jack Bowman, laul
Brown, Ralph Oavold and the host
An unusual event will be the
"poultry card party," just before
Thanksgiving, November 21, at
which the men of Laurelhurst club
will be hosts at a Tuesday evening
card party for club members and
friends, at -which the prizes will
consist of poultry.
The Thanksgiving ball at Laurel
hunet club is an annual event that
ts anticipated with a great deal of
pleasure by the members and their
frienda It will be held at the club
house November 29, Thanksgiving
In compliment to Mrs. Rolla C.
Jfonck of Oakland, Miss Anne E.
Rogers of Hillsdale entertained with
a luncheon Wednesday. During the
week Mrs. Thomas Ellsworth Speira
was hostess, honoring her with a
charming tea. Mrs. Monck will visit
her sistor, Mrs. A. M. Stabler at Van
couver, B. C, before returning to
Dr. and Mrs. 1.. S, Besson enter
tained at a Halloween party last
Monday night at their home In Sell
wood boulevard. The rooms were
decorated with the usual Halloween
colors and yellow chrysanthemums.
Dancing and games were the main
features of the evening. Those
present were Mr. and Mrs. J. O.
Gibson. Dr. and Mfs. Fred N.
Pageler, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Redick,
IZr. and Mrs. Russell Forrester, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis H. Hansen, Mr. and
Mrs. J. N. Wick, Mr. and Mrs. Allan j
Cutler, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pomeroy,
the Misses Mary E. Powell, Gladys
Hoffman, Helen Miller and R. P.I
Burkehead, J. S. Weaner, Roland
Brunner and Dr. and Mrs. L. S.
More than 100 guests and friends
made merry on the evening of Oc
tober Zi, at the Hotel Campbell,
Twenty-third and Hoyt streets. The
managers, Miss Garoutte and Mrs.
Ellison, had arranged an exception
ally attractive programme of en
tertainment, including various Hal
loween stunts which proved popu
lar with the large number of visi
tors and friends of this family hotel.
The Gamma Rho announces Its
opening dance to be held at Irving
ton club, Thursday, November 9.
The "committee in charge is com
posed of the following: Marie
Stryker, Margaret O'Day, Beatrice
White, Mercedes Larkins and Flor
ence Hellendorn. A good time is
promised all those who attend.
Mrs. J. Wetzel entertained a num
ber of young people at her home on
Vancouver avenue last night. The
rooms were tastefully decorated,
following the Halloween suggestion.
Games were enjoyed and alter a
delicious supper the remainder of
the time was spent in dancing. The
guests included several week-end
guests from the various colleges of
Those who enjoyed Mrs. Wentzel's
hospitality were the Misses Marie
and Isabell Breingan, Ann and Jes
sie McLelland. Jean McEachern,
Martha Wetzel, 1 Josephine Gorder, !
Irene and Dolores Hageman, Marie
and Virginia Wagner, Lucille Grat
ton, Dorothy Rogers, Messrs. War
ren Day, Robert Gratton, Tom Bau
man, Harry De Frank, Theodore and
Albert Weitzel, Robert Mercer, Gor
don Wilkenson. Jo Boyce and Mr.
and Mrs. L. Dudley.
Little Agnes Peters celebrated her
9th birthday with a party of 20
little guests at her home, 503 4
Union avenue North. The rooms
were decorated 'with autumn leaves
and chrysanthemums. Those enjoy
ing the hospitality of .the little
hostess were Elizabeth Burtt, Mary
McLaughten, Arienne Jensen, Betty
Jane Buchner, Mary Janet Cutler,
Elizabeth Smith, Jane Lyons, Caro
lyn Lang, Malvosen Parker, Jack
aline Hardison, Ma'daline Baker,
Ruth Smith, Mary Gold Hardison,
Anna McChenna, Elieen Managan,
Donald Hall, Hubert Mahon, Carl
Dettman, Graden Fisk and Raymond
The second annual floral exhibit
will take place November 14, 15 and
16 in the green room of the Cham
ber of Commerce.
On November 13 there will be a
private exhibition and afternoon tea
for members of the Chamber of
Commerce and their friends. In the
receiving line will be: Mrs. O. W.
Mielke, Mrs. Frank E. Andrews. Mrs.
Max S. Hirsch, Mrs. Roy T. Bishop,
Mrs. E. G. Crawford, Mrs. W. D. B.
Dodson and Mrs. John T. Dougall.
Presiding at the tea tables will be
Mrs. J. D. Abbott, Mrs. Ralph Burn
side, Mrs, A. C. Callan, Mrs. S. M.
Mears, Mrs. Clay S. Morse. Mrs. H. J.
Ottenheimer, Mrs. F. H. Strong, Mrs.
H. B. Van Diizer and Mrs. W. T.
Whitcomb. C. D. James is chairman.
The night programme for "com
mittee of 100" night will include en
tertainment and dancing.
November 15 is Civic Organiza
tion day.. On this day the wives of
the presidents of the civic organ
izations will be hostesses to mem
bers of civic clubs and their guests.
John T. Dougall, chairman of the
forum for the Portland Chamber of
Commerce, will be in charge of the
programme for this day. It will be
Royal Rosarian night and there will
November 16 will be women's
clubs of Portland day. Josephine H.
Forney, manager of the publicity
department of the Chamber of Com
merce, will be in charge of the pro
gramme. In the receiving line will
be presidents of some of the promi
nent women's clubs of the city. On
the night programme is an informal
dinner dance. An Interesting fea
ture of the clpsing event of the
three-day flower show will be the
floral table decorations.
Meadowdale. the Tua'latin home of
Mrs. Lillian Harding, was the scene
of a roost attractive gathering Mon
day night when Mrs. Harding and
Mrs. Charles Wilson were hostesses
to 20 guests who gathered for an
old-fashioned Halloween parry. The
house was artistically decorated
with jack-o'-lanters and autumn
leaves. The evening was spent In
playing old-fashioned games and
dancing.' Seated at the table for
a most attractive supper were: Mr.
and Mrs. William Rogers, Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh McAfee, Mr. and Mrs.
T. Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Allen McAfee,
Earl Huston, Mr. and Mrs. Allen,
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Robinson, Mrs.
Doty, Mr, and Mrs, 'Hauxhnrst, Mrs.
Beatrice Beebe, Mr. Linden, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Wilson and Mrs. Hard
ing. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ernst enter
tained with a Halloween party Sat
urday, October 21, at their home, S3
King street. The house was decor
ated with Halloween colors, black
cats and jack-o'-lanters predomin
ating. Cards and dancing were the
diversions. Prizes for the highest
scores went to Miss Dorothy Karl
and Floyd Campbell. Refreshments
were served and a delightful time
enjoyed by all. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Campbell, Mr.
and Mrs. A. Fifrgins. Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Brophy, Mr. and Mrs. Roy J.
Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. John
Karl anL, Miss Dorothy Karl of
01ean N. Y who are the house
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Peterson,
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ernst and the
host and hostess.
A delightful Halloween surprise
party was given by Mrs. H. C. El
lison and Mrs. O. G. Thomas at the
home of Mrs. Ellison of 608 Tenino
avenue on the evening of October
28 in honor of the Misses Ethel Hart
and Gladys Thomas.
The rooms were beautifully dec
orated in Halloween festive colors.
A ghost story, written by John H.
Hart, was read by his daughter be
fore the unmasking of tha guests,
after which familiar games were
participated in by everyone. Dainty
refreshments were served by the
Those who attended were: Mr. and
Mrs. H. C. Eliison, Mr. and Mrs. O.
Newlen, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Pelkey,
Mrs. R. H. Hanson, Mrs. Eva Os
born, Mrs. O. G. Thomas, the Misses
Frances Vanrterprif f. Mary Schutts,
l Carter, tT'jf'f'&jyS
(Continued From Page 8.)
trude K. Vanderhoef, Cornwall-on-the-Hudson,
N. Y.; Miss Pauline
Mrs. A. L. Maxwell gave a dinner
on Tuesday evening.
Barbara Lee Price, the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Price, cele
brated her sixth birthday Monday,.!
entertaining 20 little friends.
PACIFIC UNIVERSITY, Forest
Grove, Or., Nov. 4. (Special.)- One
of the most delightful teas given
this fall at the university .was that
of the Philomathean Greek letter
society, Wednesday afternoon from
4 o'clock to 6. The tea was in honor
of the active and honorary pledges
of the society.
The Philomatheans' rooms were
ettractively decorated with autumn
flowers- and foliage. Ophelia roses
combined with small yellow chrys
anthemums were the flowers form
ing the beautiful centerpieces for
the tables. Dean Mary Farnham and
Miss Anna Bagstad poured, while
Mrs. C. W. Lawrence and Mrs. H. L.
Tuttle cut ices. Assisting about the
rooms were Mrs. F. C. Taylor, Mrs.
H. I Hopkins and Mrs. W. C. Her
vey. In the receiving line were the
new members, which included Mrs.
W. C. Weir, Miss Margaret Russell,
the Misses Enid Kirkwood, Eliza
beth Todd, Lois Bloom, Annabelle
Bates, Olene Johnston, Ida White,
Margaret Elliot and the president.
Miss Maxine Shannep. About 100
guests, composed of Pacific alumni,
students, wives of the trustees and
Mrs. D. C. Bogart and Mrs. L. E.
Cabla were hostesses at a luncheon
honoring the members of the
Crescendo club last Tuesday at the
Hatter's home in Irvington. Covers
were placed for 12. An informal
musical programme was enjoyed
, following the luncheon.
Of interest to a wide circle of
friends and business acquaintances
vas the wedding of Miss Minnalena
Cameron and Edward T. Mulcahy
Wednesday morning, October 25, at
St. Mary's cathedral by Archbishop
Christie, assisted by Father Camp
bell, In the presence of a large
number of invited guests.
The bride came in with her
brother-in-law,' A. M. Mallory, to
the strains of Handel's march from
"Scipio," F. W. Goodrich at the
organ. Her -wedding gown was of
crepe-back satin, paneled with all
over lace and embellishing touches
of pearl trimming. Her veil fell
from an effective coronet of princess
l.ce and orange blossoms. Her only
ornament was a string of pearl
beads. The bridal bouquet was a
shower of orchids, bride roses and
lilies of the valley.
Attending the bride was her niece,
Miss Georgianna Fletcher frooi Pen
dleton, who was gowned in pink
silk with picture hat and arm bou
quet of small pink chrysanthe
mums. The best man was George
H. Hennessy of Portland.
During the ceremony a 'cello solo
was played by Miss Prospera Pozzi
and Mrs. Rose Friedle-Gianelli sang
"Oh, Perfect Love" and "Ave Maria."
Following the ceremony a wed
ding breakfast -was served at the
home of the bride's mother, Mrs.
Eleanor Cameron, 554 Brazee street,
where covers were placed for 16.
After the breakfast Mr. and Mrs.
Mulcahy left for a wedding journey
that took them to Seattle and Van
couver. They will make their home
in Denver, where Mr. , Mulcahy is
prominently located with the Amer
ican Arch company.
For nine years Mrs. Mulcahy has
been with the Union Pacific in Port
land and is one of the few young
women in railroad service to- attain
the rank of chief clerk, a position
which she has held for. four years
in the pass bureau.
Mrs. C. M. Pearce was hostess for
an attractive bridge luncheon Thurs
day afternoon at her home in Irv
ington. Covers were placed for 12.
Autumn flowers were used for deco
rations. Alice Price Moore delight
ed the guests with several, vocal
Mrs. Sol Rosenfeld was the in
spiration for a birthday anniver
sary dinner given by members of
the Rosenfeld family at Hotel Port
land ' Thursday night. Yellow
chrysanthemums formed an attrac
tive table decoration. Covers were
placed for 16.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Hall will pre
side at cards Thursday evening,
November 9, at Laurelhurst club.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Birckman an
nounce the marriage of their daugh
ter, Margaret Lillian, to Ernest M.
Brown, on October 16. The couple,
are living at the Benson apart
Halloween was the occasion for
a dancing party given by Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Henderson in their
apartment at the Villa St. Claire.
The rooms were decorated with an
abundance of chrysanthemums and
other flowers. The guests danced
until 41 o'clock and then held a
novelty contest. The prizes for this
were won by Miss A. I. Tracy, first,
and Paul Brown, second. Then a
palmist was called in. Those present
If it is iew in a
we have it.
We Strive to Please.
287 Alder St.
Actoss From Ga Co.
Eleventh and Yamhill Sts.
Portland's Recognized School
Join the New Classes
On Mondays and Wednesdays
the Intermediate Class, 7:30
P. ,M. We -vdll teach the Tiny
Fox-Trot, Waltz Modern, Tango
Fox-Trot and others.
On Wednesdays the Advanced
Class, 9 P. M. We will teach
the popular dances of the sea
son, Catty Catch Step Fox
Trot and many of the newest
dances brought direct from New
York by Mr. Christensen.
High School Advanced Class
Friday evening, 7:30. Class
limited to 50 more only.
High School Beginners' classes
Saturday evening, 7:30.
Children's classes for aft. ages
and grades. Information, call
NEW CLASS for ADULT BE
GINNERS . will start .Tuesday
evening, Nov. 7, 7:30.
CHRISTILLION CLUB tomor
row night. Regularly first and
Third Mondays of each month.
Waihinglon at Tenth
BLACK FOX FORMS
THE HUGE SHAWL
COLLAR AND WIDE
CUFFS OF THIS
MODEL. THE SKIRT
OF DARK BROWN
THE RICHLY EM
FASHIONED OF THE
. Bioadway at Morrison
After almost a year's'business we are compelled to rearrange the de
partments on our first floor. Quarters are limited. Some departments
require more space. So we have dec ided to discontinue carrying gloves.
Entire Stock of Gloves
to Be Closed Out
5000 Pairs at Great Savings Many Reduced
One-Half or One-Third
This store has always been known as a place to buy the best gloves at prices lower
than usually asked. Every pair offered in this sale is new, fresh and in the very
latest style. Under the new tariff they would cost much more than regular price
so savings are even greater than they appear! Many lines offered are com
plete in all sizes and shades. Others are broken. This is the time to buy gloves
for immediate wear and for holiday gifts! .
Soft, fine quality that looks
like kid. Beaver, mode, tan,
grey, beautifully embroid
ered. A famous brand.
A wonderful value 1 Genu
ine French kid gloves,
heavily embroidered in con
trasting shades, with but
ton to match. All colors.
$3.23 MOCHA" SO -45
GLOVES FOR U
Every pair perfect and of
first quality! Dark brown
or grey with two-tone silk
$3.73 FINEST SO .95
FRENCH KIDS Lk
Such soft, fine French kid
gloves, youll want sev
eral pairs. "With beautiful
stitching in self and lighter
tones. White, black, brown,
grey, beaver. '
$2.75 FINE $1.95
LAMB GLOVES A
Handsome street gloves in
2-clasp style. Brown and
Soft as velvet gloves se
lected with the utmost care.
Exquisitely silk embroid
ered in fancy stitching.
Pearl buttons on straps at
wrist. Beaver, buck and
It will be a long time especially under the new
tariff before such gloves as these can be pur
chased at such a special price! Dark brown, tan,
light brown, white, black. Broken assortments.
$3.50 FRENCH KID
STRAP WRIS.TS AT
Broken assortments in finest quality
gloves. Novelty combinations with black
wrist strap, binding and stitching.
$4.95 IMPTD FRENCH
KID STRAP WRISTS AT
Long slip-on of finest soft kid. Strap
wrist style with smart embroidery. Tan,
mode, gray and black.
$4.95 ELBOW LENGTH
FRENCH LAMB GLOVES
Such soft fine gloves that they would read
ily be mistaken for French kid. Tan and
light brown smartly stitched.
Every Pair of Silk and Fabric Gloves Reduced
1.50 Van Eaalte 3-star grade, with em
broidered backs. White,, champagne,
black and beaver 95
$1.00 Van Raalte gloves 1-star black,
gray, beaver and mastic. Two-clasp 6o
$1.98 Van Eaalte Slip-on Silk Gloves,
beautifuly embroidered in fancy design.
Beaver, mastic $1.35
$1.75 Van Eaalte full 16-button length
of extra heavy quality with embroidered
back. White, beaver, black, mastic $1.05
$2.50 Van Eaalte-16-button length in
beaver, mastic, gray, white, black $1.85
$1.75 Slip-on Gloves of imported fabrics.
Gray, brown, mode and beaver with con
trasting insert ..." 95
$1.25 Slip-on Fabric Gloves in white, beaver, -;
mastic, champagne and gray with contrast
ing embroidery G5
$1.65 Fabric Gloves, 16-button length with
embroidered backs. Bi-own only. Fine
75c-$1.00 Imported fabric Gioves in beaver,
gray, mastic, brown, black, white, mode 45f
blouses to complete
your costumes !
Heavy quality silk blouses with
hand embroidery, steel, gold; and ir
idescent bead trimming. Also nov
elty tailored styles. Light and
To $15.00 BLOUSES
Navy blue, light
blue, black and cos
tume shades. Smart
ly embroidered and beaded blouses
at this very moderate price !
To $13.50 Blouses
of printed Crepes,
Chine and lace trimmed Georgette
blouses. Many styles and shades.
To $3.50 Blouses
A good assortment
of dainty tub blouses
with checked gingham collars andx
cuffs. Imported dimities and fine
All Silk Underwear
of Crepe de Chine and
Radium Silk Now Reduced 20
A fine time to select Holiday Gifts when such
reductions are in order. Exquisite lace and
ribbon trimmed and tailored garments. For
$7.95 Crepe de Chine Gowns $6.36.
$4.95 Heavy Crepe Bloomers $3.95.
$3.50 Lace and Crepe Combinations $2.80.
A Special Sale of Dainty Radium Silk
and Wash Satin Camisoles at $1.00
of Pure Silk, Special at
m Women's smart
40 silk umbrellas
' in many styles,
with Prince of Wales or
leather strap handles. Wood
or slender ferrules. Black,
taupe, purple, navy,
green and brown.
To $9.50 Silk Umbrellas at $6.95
A remarkable sale and a good time to buy
gifts! Heavy pure silk tape-edged umbrellas
with amber or fancy colored bacollte ring or
stick, handles. Also new leather covered
sticks and strap! All colors!
$3.25 Umbrellas, $2.45
"Practical American cotton taffeta umbrellas
with fancy bacolite handles. , Fast black and
at Striking Savings
Phil Harris & Co. are rapidly becoming known
as one of Portland's favorite hosiery stores and
such values as these will speak for themselves!
Every, pair of standard quality new, smart and
very specially priced!
To $1.75 Pure Wool Hose, $1 .
Women's hose of undisputed value! Pure wool,
ribbed or plain. Both heavy and light weights.
Heather mixtures, dark shades and black.
Odds and Ends Women's Pure Silk
An unusual special! Brown, tan, navy silk hose
semi-fashioned with lisle tops, toes, heels and
$1.15 Derby Rib Sport Hose, 75c
The popular sport hose of the season. Silk and
lisle mixtures In blue, grey, tan and beaver
To $1.75 Onyx Sport Hose, 95c
A famous brand of silk and lisle mixture. Navy
and white, light tan, orchid, green and naturelle.
To $3.50 Pure Thread Silks, $2.45
Beautiful pure thread silk hose chiffon weight.,
All silk or with lisle hems. Famous makes.
To $4.50 Pure Silk Clocks, $2.95
Exquisite hosiery all silk from tip to toe or
with lisle reinforcements. Black, nude, mode,
grey, white African brown.
$1.50 Heavy Silk and Fibre Stockings, 95c
Excellent, heavy weight that will Bive splendid
service. Black, white and cordovan. Sizes 6 to 10.
To 75c Lisle Stockings for 45c
Popular and serviceable Derby Ribbed hose in
white, black, cordovan.
Big Sale on Coats
, and Suits
355 Alder, Corner Park
Big Sale on Coats
355 Alder, Corner Park
Big Sale on Coats
353 Alder, Corner Park
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Broadwav at Morrison