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THE COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1916 EVENING EDITION
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social happenings, Intended
for publication In tho society
department of Tlio Times,
must ho submitted to the edl-
tor not Inter than 0 o'clock
p. in., Friday of each week.
(Exceptions will ho allowed
only In ensos whoro tho
event occurred Inter than tho
chahuio of Tin: "M.Mir
Half an Inch, half an Inch,
Ilnlf nn Inch shorlor
Whether tho skirts nro for
Motlior or daughter,
llrlofcr tho drosses Brow,
Fuller tho rlpplo now,
Whlto whisking glimpses show
Moro than thoy oughtor.
Forward tho dross pnrnrio,
In thoro n nm dismayed?
No From tho sight displayed
Nona could ho sundored.
Tholr'n not to uniko remark,
Clergyman, clubman, dork,
aaplng from uoon till dark
At tho Four Hundred.
Short skirts to . right of thorn
Shorter to loft of thorn,
Shortest In front of them,
Flauntorod and flirted
In hoso of strlpo and plain,
lined most oxcccdlng glad,
Sporting In spats run mud,
Como tho short-uklrtcd.
Flashed nil tholr ankles thoro,
Flashed an thoy turned In air
What will not woman dnro?
(Though tho exhibits show
Some of them blundnrod.)
All sorts and nhnpes o( pugs,
irroomsttckn, piano logs;
Hero ami thoro fairy shape;
Unlit Just to walk on eggs,
Como hy tho hundred
.Wiion enn tholr glory fade
,0- -tho wd show thoy mado,
AH tho world wondorod.
.Orantiu duuio and domolsollo,
Shop girl and howory 1 1 n 1 1
.Four liundrod I I'm oh, well,
Any old bundled.
womon cultivate Bitch annoying halt
Iti? To go hnck to tho restful woman
I Hko her Hjnllo. It Is genorous
tiudurstamllng. And I Hko hur
laugh a chucklo that betokens u
full-breathed enjoyment. It's good
to hear that sort of laugh from u
woman, Instead of tho shrieks and
tho high cackle that show no ronl
soiiHO of humor.
Tho man who Is the fortunato hus
band of tho restful womnn Is n bril
liant bucccbs In his profession. Ho
Is lilgli-atriitig, Irascible upon slight
provocation, as Inconsistent as a
woman Is supposed to bo. At tho
Hiiino tlmo ho Is companionable and
lovable, and when I1I3 first matri
monial vonturo wont on tho rocks
of tho dlvorco court, his friends wcro
sitrpilscd. Surely tho wlfo -of such
a man might overlook his faults,
considering his many good polntj.
Hut I learned tho Insldo history
from him tho cvoulng ho drove us
nut to his houso to meet tho restful
woman I1I3 second wife.
A man who demands everything
of his norves mid brain, ns I do,
has no business marrying a woman
who wants her own brain anil norve3
recognized," ho told mo. "My first
wlfo was n splondld womnn, but she
needed n husband who would set
jhor up on a podcHtnl and look up
to her as tho most wonderful of tho
J.ord'H ercntloiu. Sho was talented
and mottloBomo mid I admired her,
oon wlion our love proved to bo
gone Sho Is a splendidly success
ful woman today In hop own pro
fession, and we aro good friends.
Hut wn had no biiidnojs bolng mar
ried. Slip thought that sorvnnts
could furnish mo nil tho physical
romfort I needed sho could not
roitlio that I needed mental comfort
Personal notices of vlslton
in tho city, or of Coos Hay
peoplo who visit In other
cities, together with notices
of social nffairs, nro gladly
received In tho social de
partment. Tolephono 133.
Notices of club nicotines will
bo published and secretaries
aro kindly rcaiicstod to fur
Conrnd, Miss Helen Jano Hamilton,
Mrs. II. O. Uutlor, Mrs. It. N. Kellogg,
Mrs. W. Clnbaugh, Mrs. It. 13. fara
way, Mls3 M. Shaw.
I FOH .MILS. KVAX8 .
Last Saturday afternoon, MIbb
Frances Frnnso entertained nj. nn
Informal sowing party ut her apart
monts In tho Myrtlo Arms for Mrs.
Hruco Evans, wlfo of tho ovangollst
The first hour or two was opent In
needlework and thon tho guests were
Invited to tho entertainment hall to
enjoy a short program. The follow
ing muslcnl numbers wcro received
with enthusiastic appreciation:
.Vocal "April Song" . .Victor llnrrls
Vocal "April Song" Nevln
Hy Mrs. F. E. Conwny, accompanied
by Mrs. Rnrl Powell.
0H will like my wlfo. Sim Is
restful woman," ho told
And 1 did llko her.
Sho lan't young noulblv n vwir
"I hud not intended to marry again
until 1 1 mot Agntlio .good, old
fiiRlilonod nninr, Isn't It? Sho was
tho old maid aunt or Now Kngland
family whom I boarded last sum
mer. 1 don't know whero hIio got
all bar wisdom for sho Is wlso as
Willi IIH IlllU'hl Plirllllllu Imp vniii-u
or two older than hor liimhund. She Lr ..ntinm .,. ... ,. .. m..m....
Isn't beautiful. Sho do.wn't upponr , ,, Uin ll01irH of thoiiKlitfuliiosB hi
to he imrtlciilnrly biilllani muiitully.
And hur tastu In di.tm Im oxeeiable.
Hut uh U a mUtio.w or tho alt
Sho known how to bo iilnt. And
theru In that about Her which rNts
0110 Jimt to ho In hur piofc.ico.
Sho tnllu lit t Ui but Imr lUlenlng
Is oloiiuout. Apparently she Iiiim no
nerves sho nevor IuiIuIhom Id any
or those llttlu, nervoim. fuillo hnh-;n
Its that iniilio 0110 MomottiiHd want
to Bcroani out n "Ho stop thut!"
Sucli UK constantly twlntlng a ring
011 a flngor, or tumpplug tho catch
of a piimo with ukouIiIiik regularity,
or fiiHIiiK with 11 back couib. or
Jumping up every mliiuto or no to
"fix something". Why do so many
her quint vlllago lire, hnvo something
to do with It. ... There wnj
Homethlug about tho way sho folded
lhoo big, warm hands of liors. lot
tolng them lie In hor lap without
motion, whllo sho HHtoued to what
0110 had to wiy, that mado mo want
to see her sitting that way beside my
"My homo In my haven now not
plneo where I am whipped up
mentally to nulorttilii sonudiody olse.
nor whero nny Htroui'ous erforts are
mado to eutnitaln mo. It's tho place
vhoio I roi'iiporato. whero I'm always
wolconui without nny fuss bolng made
about It -tho plaro where strHo
censes and a gentle understanding
I MltS. H. It. CHAXHI.KH
At hor protty homo on 12th Court,
Mrs. H. It. Chnndlor was hostess on
jTuesday and Tltursdny nftornoons of
this wcok nt especially dellghful card
parties, olght tables or brldgo bolng
played both days. Tho rooms wore
benutlfully nrrangod with daffodils
and foathory liuckloborry, and the
,samo dainty color schomo of yellow
was carried out In tho score cards,
and refreshments. A corsage boquot
of Cecil Hrunncr rosea was tho prize
for high score at each table. Mrs. W.
S. Chnndlor assisted In receiving both
days and others who assisted wcro,
on Tuesday: Mrs. J. I). Qoss, Mrs.
P. WT I'nyno, Mrs. (Anitnr Lngor-
strom and on Thursday, Mrs. Chan
dler was assisted by: Mrs. W. G.
Chnndlor, Miss Oonovlovo Sencstnck-
on nnd Misa Holon .In no llnmilton
of Ilo8oburg, who Ib tho houso guest
for tho week nt tho II. II. Chnndlor
homo. At tho closo of tho after
noon's diversion, a delicious lunch
eon was served. Tho iffalrs liro
spoken or ns among tho roromost so
cial events of tho season.
Tho Invitation lists includod:
Mrs. A. II. I'owors, Mrs. K. K.
Jones, Mrs. M. C. Muloncy, Miss Oon
ovlovo Saugstackeu, Mrs. J S. Coko,
Mrs. Edna Richardson, Miss Evolyn
Anderson, Mrs. Arthur McKoown,
Mrs. Tlmyor Orlmon, Mrs. Horbert
Lockhnrt, Mrs. A. K I'cck. Mrs. E.
Mlngus, Mrs. Ccorgo Ooodriim, Mrs.
I. S. Knufmnu, Mrs. C. Q. Van Huyn,
Mrs. II. SongHtnckeu, Mrs. Ellznbotli
Morchant, Mrs. F. M. Parsons, Mrs.
0. A. Honnott Mrs. C. F. McCoIlum,
S. C. Smnll, Mrs. A. T. Hnlnes,
.Mrs. I). E. Mulonoy. Mrs. J. V.
Honnott, Mrs. T. H. Hnrry, Mrs. A. J.
Whlttington, Mrs. Carl Davis, Mrs.
Ooorgo Murch, Mrs. W. S. Nicholson,
Mrs. Esthor Convorsc, Mrs. O. E.
Ash, Mrs. Charles Hall, Mrs. John
(loss, Mrs. F. V. Pnyno, Mrs. A. T.
Lugerstroni, Mrs. Monol Cordon,
Mm. A. E. Adolsporgor, Mrs. J. S.
Lyons, Mrs. E. O'Connoll, Mrs. Hugo
Qulst, Mrs. E. I. Chnndlor, Mrs II.
K. llooth, Mrs. A. E, Gngnon. Mrs.
L. Llljoiivlst, Miss Florenco Alkon,
Mrs. W. 0. Chnndlor, Mrs. Mnttlo H.
Shaw, Mrs. Shaw, Mrs. Ida Conrnd,
Mrs. V. M. Hlnke, Mrs. H. S. Tower,
Mrs. J. E. Hosh, Mrs. It. Huggo, Mrs.
Wilson Kuiifmnn, Mrs, l-red I'owo-s,
Mr Talty. Mrs. J. A. Mntson, Mrs.
A C. Vestal, Mra. W. S. Chandler,
Mrs. J. T. Ilarrlgan, Mrs. W. T.
Stall, Mrs. .1. C. Kendall, Mrs. W. II.
IConnody, Mrs. It. W. Morrow. Mrs. F.
V. Cnttorlln, Mrs. F. K. Oettlns, Mrs.
F. I). Cohan, Mrs. A. E. Norf, Mrs.
T. II. Jnmes. .Mrs. C. Cumbers,
.Mrs. W. F. Miller, Mrs. It. M. .lon
nlngs, Mrs. C. H. Peck, Mrs. W. J.
Stephens, Oraco Wolvorton, Adklns,
ICatliorlno and Hannah Fitzgerald,
Margaret Shaw and .Messrs: Ed
Steelu, Jaok Sasser, Ned Hiekey,
tleorgo Oothro, Dr. Kelzer, Dr.
Montgomery, W. E. Arnold nnd W.
W. Ash by.
I VOl'XO I'KOPLE (JIVE HECEP-
I TIO.V I
Lust Monday ovonlng lintnodlatoly
after tho ovangollstlc services, tho
young people of tho churches ten
dered n delightful reception to the
cvnngollstle party Mr. and Mrs. Hruco
Evans and tho singer, .luck Thomp
son, in tho Methodist church hull, to
which nfralr, all tho young peoplo or
the town wero Invited. Mrs. Evans,
whoso wonderful playing at tho piano
durlnc tho meetings hns won so much
"A Howl or Iloscs" ..Clarko ,imratlon rrom tho lurgo crowds,"
Ills Lullaby . inlluhteil her hearers with Bovoral
Cftrrl Jacobs Hond)rIf;Ilti clUc,y nml uitogother beau-
Hy Mrs. F. E. Wilson, accompanied, ..,.., nimi,oru nriico Evans nnd .lnek
Thomposn both gavo comic nnd prot-
by Mrs. Hruco Evans.
Piano Selection from Carman
Piano "Ilro'r Habblt" ..MncHowell
Mrs. Hruco Evans.
ty vocal soloctlons which wero great
ly appreciated by the young nnd olihr
peoplo Miss Oludys Himent gavo two
Dlnnn Hdlin .In... rinlinn'l At .. .. 11.1 l.'nl I i .....
. ....... u.....un "'"' """'"",-" excellent readings, and was ueeom-
Pinno "Canzonotta" Schutto ,mn,od (Irng l0 ,nUor , mhh
northn Davis at tho piano. Miss Hess
Ayra, nlways n fnvorlto, gavo two
protty vocal solos and Miss Mnrle
Largont gavo two delightful piano
soloctlons which woro heartily ap
plauded. Plans wore partially mado for 0
wolnlo roast and n skating party to
bo given in the nenr ruturo. Lntor
In tho ovonlng, Ice cronni and wulors
Hy Mrs. Earl Powell
Light rofreshmonts wcro served in
Miss Frnnso's npnrtmonts nt tho con
cltiblon of u very delightful nfter
noon. Tho ladles' prosent woro: Mrs.
Hfuco Evans, Mrs. Earl Powoll, Mrs.
F. E. Wilson, Mrs. F. E. Conwny,
Mrs. C. S. Ilorrman, Mrs. C. II.
Marsh, Mrs. A. II. Gldloy, Mrs. An
icker, Miss Margaret Ann Voltz nnd
Miss Mayes or North Hond.
. 4. 4.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Mws limn Imir the ns , M.0
HI "','".', over u ,nil(ll( ,,;;;;
mv In m, Mlny lvmIcI
otnilent ecoi.oinlcal servko uialor
nil hhuU or coiMlliloim. ntiuooo
"III he ImiIH nml m.1.1 (,s Joi,. ',
l"'', 1'lnwN it nllhlii jour ,',.,,
HI Touring rMl. ff,vja, ItiitialiuiK .jilTr,'
111 " " 'l"".l " ntiiu IK I
III Isaac R. Towpr
II "THE GUNNERY."
JOLLY HOZEX CLl'll
Mrs. L. Chrlstcn8cii plo.'isnntly
Last Wodnosdnv ovonlnc. tiboiit .onlortn,notl lll JolIy "ozen Club
2G0 gathorod at tho I. O. O. F. hall'of I5nko'- ""' t er homo Wednes
t icolobrnto tho 97th nnlvor.-tir'.'lay nf'ernoon, nnd tho ladles after
of tho founding of Odd Fellowship, nombllug, tied n quilt for tho host
ess miring tne roro part or ,tho '
aftornoon, tho romnlnlng Iiours bo
lng spent In rnncy work nnd frlond-1
ly conversation. Towards ovonlng, I
('. W. T.WLOH
. w. CAitrt
tlioso prosent Including members nnd
frlonds of tho orders of tho Odd Fol
lows nnd Hoboknh lodges. Judgo
ilohn F. Hall, president of tho Oregon
guests Indulged In dancing, nnd so- Mr8, R M" Mn,,l"r,
Tl.o Host Kiilpic(l Villi iinlliiK Works In Coos County.
Wo imiki' ItellnciM nml will cull nml Inspect jour tires and riti
. O. F. presided ns Master of,Mr"' Chrlstonaoii aorveil a dainty,
monies. Attor tho program, tho ,Unrl'00n to tllc iol,0-vlB niomljora:
cinl chat, and nt n Into hour n Biimp-t nilnca. Mr- 'r- C. Young. Mrs.
.m. iiohs, .Mrs. jonn iirociunueiiui,
Mr3. 0. Johnson, Mrs II. M. Alhoo
tiious banquet was served.
Following Is tho program.
Address or .Woleomo
Judgo John F. Hnll
Vocal Group of Songs
Miss Mildred Itlploy
Annlvorsnry Address "Histori
cal Ilovlow vif tho Develop
ment of Odd Fellowship In Eng
land und tho United Statos" . .
W. A, Ackormnn
Vocul Solo Miss Anna Cox
Fencing Exhibition E. H.
Golirko and Georgo Horsfall.
Vocnl Solo ...Mrs. E. L. Itoblnson
Comic Itendlng . . . Mrs. John Nnglo
Swodlsh Folk Dance, In Costumo
Misses Nelson, Lnrson nnd Mr.
T. Llndborg, Accompnnlod by
Gorald Hunt nccompnuled tho vocal
I .MII'AH CLAKS SOCIAL I
ft & ft Order Your NEW
t SUIT Now
3 Wo liao i good assortment of
u, pmteins fioni hIiIcIi joii nm M'loct
5 jour hprlng: and hiiinmer halt and
l l assiiied (lint joii hao tho latest
b V aio sulppsl to glvo
ST n..i,i n e ttt.Mimilily.
Ik Cat Flowers, Floral Designs, u T tr yjr i
3 i,,""- SI L V. Koski
Mb Phonos: Sloro 250-J. tkT .. ' . .. ....
3 arbouhoiuo -125-x S1 Iai,or for Men and Women
m (Closed on sundaj) a Market Avenue :: Marshfield
aaaaaa & - 1
K, prompt hmli'o and our tailoiiug
M and iltlliig Is gnarnntowl to tie the
J Our prices nro rtsonable.
3 If jou uiuit jniir Suit for Easter,
Si lloaM aider ns early as you can and
$'uoll tho rush oik.
' I H jou prefer- a iiindc-to-mcasuro
Suit rrom tho Ewsit at a lower price,
wo aio also prepared to t.crte.
SL , . i leaning, piehHlng anil altering
.? T lOriST I ' n 1 Piomptly, effldently and iva-
"- - - t t.
Tho Mlzpah Hlblo Class or tho
North Hond Presbyturlnu church en
joyed a pleasant evening or gamos
und other aoclal diversions Inst ov
onlng nt tho class room, nt n Into
hour, uppotlzlng refreshments wero
sorvod, Tho decorations voro of
rhndodondrous. Those present woro:
Mr. nnd Mrs. Mllas Itlehnrdson, Mrs.
'Georgo I Inzer, Mrs. Sylvostor Jonos,
Misses Lilian Johncon, Freda John
son, Jesslo Hurchflold, Nerrlll Woldy,
Molvln Jacobson, Claroneo Kibler,
Horace und Eugono Holmes, Lloyd
Powoll, Hornnrd Hnzer, Elmer Itus
sell, Georgo Hlnzo, Charlos Van Zllo,
Harry Conro nnd Alox Urn ml t.
nnd special guost Miss Hesso Flan
agan. Mrs. Hrockmiiollcr will bo tho
hostess nt tho next mooting In two
ve0k3 and Mrs. Johnson will fur
nish tho ontortalumcnt.
I EPISCOPAL LADIES ELECT
At tho mooting of tho Episcopal
Ladles' Guild Tuosduy aftornoon In
Guild hall, oloctlon of officers oc-
cuired with tho following results:
Presldont, Mrs. Herbert Lockhnrt;
Vlco Pros., Mr. J. S. Coko; Secre
tary, Mrs. Chnrlea Stnufr; Trcnsuror,
Mrs. I). O. Woleott. Tho business
session wuj followed by 11 soclul
hour, and light rerreshments woro
sorved by tho liostossos Mrs. J.
Honnott and Mra. A. It. O'Hrlon.
nn viiiiui win ineoi again ns i
usual next Tuesday afternoon. !
I XOHTII HEXD DAXCE 1
t uiiiiiuur in yuuiig poapio 01 isortll
Honil gavo a delightful dancing
party last ovonlng in Loggio hall,
lrrown's orchostrn furnlshod tho mu
sic. Thoro was quite u largo nuni
bor presont nnd reports nre thut tho
nrrnlr was a hugo success.
(Continued on Page Six.)
High Quality Groceries
Our own prompt and particular delivery service Ef
ficient clerks being out of tho high rent distdct and
keeping our prices as low as consistent with good busi
Conner & Hoagland
The Leading Grocers
797 South Broadway.
Dealers In Good Groceries
Phones 348-J and 326
What Happened to Jones?
To Try our Xoleu Soled Shoes. XOT
Last Tuesday, Mrs. L. F. Fnlken-
SELL THE FOLLOWIXfi
MAKES OF PIAXOS
Chlekerlng, Sonior, Ilazolton, Kim-'
ball, Stegor, Decker & Son, Smith &
Hnrnes, Cnblo & Nelson, and -10 othor
makes. Also the Famous Auto Piano'
Mayor used on nil tho U. S. Hnttle'
Ships, and tho now Automatic Cablo'
poison nayer, Hungnlo Player, i
hen Yu Take
in tliis glorious Spring air you will feel prouder il you
have a naat, comfortable, well constructed baby
Our new Spring stock of baby carriages is complete.
Special attention has been given to all details-wide,
roomy beds and finest springs make them comfortable
Best German reed finished in old ivory, white enamel,
French gray, brown and natural. Many good styles in
PRICED FROM $6.50 TO $32
Tnnfli.ki. VVI1 I..1.1.
"" """" stein nnd Mrs. Fred Holllstor wero1
Fiber or Substanco that will out-jhostosse3 at u dollghtrul ovonlng! Pnouniatlc Playor Mochunlsm. These
woar leather or rubbor Absolutely ;)Jn,lc,,'K nar'" '" o North Hendj aro carried in stock, many now kinds
The Quality Name With the Service Fame
Scud Mother the Plants
nml llnners hhe loiw IxM.
Wear n eoloied flower
for Mother Ihlug ov n
Mhlto ono for .MotheiV
water proof mndo up In tan
Sizes from V!, to 9'.
Ours Is n storo whoro prices aro
based on nctual values, and aro thero-
i Commercial Club rooms, oxcollent
or music being riirnlshed by Anthony's
orchestra. Tho decorations wero
rhododendrons and during tho even
ing, dellcloiu punch was served.
A special reature or tho ovonlng was
an excellent exhibition or tho Castlo
FOX Trot bv II. Pn llltm. .owl
foro always lowor than to bo hold m83 Adklns. Tho guest list Includ
olsowhoro during so-called "oiuorgon-i"'! Mr. and Mrs. C. F. McCoIlum,
.,,. W ,,- , 8tk ,., . Ja M.. n ,,
kinds of whlto shoes nud, slippers for K. Tomplo, Mr. and Mrs. Karl,
children. .Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Colony, Mr.!
, , , , ami Mrs. C. S. Wlnsor, Mr. anil
vuuv 0..u ,or u,v mm uoys tho Mrs. Henry Bergman. Mr. and Mrs.
vory shoo for hikes, or tho beach ' Herbert Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs.
Wear llko buckskin Wo buy for caslj"6""'3, """ ", an Mrs' p.
and sell for cash.Wo can Bavo you and Mrs. Henry O'Mnrn, Mr, nnd
monoy on ovory pair, Mra Arthur Morton, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Fred Kruso, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mot
rii , ni n. 1,n Mr- uml Mrs. J. 0. Horn, Mr;'
Llectnc ohoe More nnd Mr8, w-H PB,ntor' Mr-ami!
.Mrs. P. n. Anthony, Mr3. L. j. '
Simpson, Mrs, L. O. Reynoins, ino
Mlssoa- Margaret and Suslo GUI.
Tho .Southern Oregon Mimle Co.
No- located at ICfi Market Avo, Woat
C. Hall & n. Battle, Proprletois
PARCRI. PO.T YOUR LAUNDR
We Pay Return Charges. Prompt and Efficient Service
OOOS BAY STEAM LAUNDRY
The shortest distance between two points
8. J. IMMIHj, Prop,
IHt) South ltrouthvay
lli'pnlrcil Whllo Von Wnlt.
Helon Monde, Grace Hayes, Carrlo
Coos Curry Telephone Company