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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 12, 1905.
.7 ENTER TKB BAZAAR f AND- THE CHARITY DINHER j
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receptions and the
out and the season
and charity- dinner
nem 1 n w . In. - Annn awotrvnn.
will b engaged In sewing tor (airs and
hunting; little waits to appreciate tb
rood thing thy are given to eat. Per
' haps no season of the whole year 1
mora thoroughly enjoyed than this, when
' matron and maid put aald their own en
. . Joyment and seek pleaaar and happiness
. for those Use fortunate. The datea hav
.been set for a number of bazaars and
from now till Christmas the time will
be full of them, some lasting a day only,
others extending through a week. Fairs
always have been liberally patronised
by Portland people who fancy nana
' made arfloles for simple gifts, yet have
n f M HB seaton of 'i
I I Ilk Is going
J JL' ' . f kti ai
. la -coming li
' them. - -.
Two large publto events laat week
took out two afternoons for society, for
; almost everyone attended the Woman's
Ezqhange tee, and the Patton home card
tournament.-' Both were successrui so
cial affairs, . and Incidentally they ac
complished what they set out to. do to
realise a goodly sum lor charity.
'The Nichols-Bryan nuptials in Vir
ginia were a matter of Interest because
both Miss Bryan and Dr. Nichols have
. been for some time prominent figures lit
all local social doings. . Miss Laura
' i King's marriage will take place snout
Thanksgiving time, though the date is
not yet definitely announced. .
Card clubs are being added tothe list
: every week, and bridge. "500,'.' and whist
are rivals In popularity, though bridge
seems to have a little theadvantage.
' As this la the season of quiet card games
'there should be some - experts In all.
. Bowling clubs are reorganising for the
..- winter. ' - .- . y -
The football season I" the occasion fo(
a number -ef . small' football luncheons,
at which fclever decorations are used.
Interest in football'la now at Its height
and representative t
people are attending
; the games.
The farewell concert .. of Madame
..Norelll next" week doubtless will be a
greater success than even her former
- - one. The madame has appeared only
twice . during her star here and both
T times hif bee met -with unlimited en-
Easily the leading event In' east side
society this, season, was -the afternoon
at the Irvlngton clubhouse Thursday
for the benefit of the Patton home. The
affair waa patronized by some of the
leading women of the city and a- larg
number of Interested friends attended.
The only caase for regret wag that the
rooms were small and the crowd so
much larger than expected that enough
. people co mi imny more tuoies nan
to be turned away. The guests were
- received by Mrs..Bol Hirsch, Mrs. Theo
dore Nioolal, Mrs. Charles W. King, Mrs.
; 6eorge W. Hoyt. Mrs. M. M. Bpauldlng
and Mrs. Anna J. van Rensselaer. -Flv
-hundred was-the game for the after-
. noon and the first prise, a niece of hand
- "painted china, was "won by Miss Henry'
-Me Laoer, vnd the-second, a bit -of Bo-
. here Ian glass, by Mra J. Patterson. Re
freshments., were served after cards at
the small tablea The committee III
'' charge ef the card tablea and refresh-
: ments consisted of Mrs. D. M." Mo
Lauahlan, Mri. John H. Btirgard,' Mra
A. L. Ruraaey Mrs. A. Shannon. Mra
D. H. RaadcMrs. T. A. Daly and Mis
s Lucy MtcolaL ', . . -,
" The clubhouse looked very pretty with
Its garnitures of autumn leaves and
draped flags. ' The board Is delighted
with the social and financial success of
Thursday's entertalnemnt and plana an-
other larger entertainment for the even'
Ing, sometime after the holidays.
The-Monday History club was enter
talned last week by Mra Amadee Smith.
' ROlIoall -was responded to by members
with bits of current events. Mra C O.
. Tipton conducted the study of Russian
history. A talk on "Napoleon In Rus
sia'' was given by Mrs. Alan welch
Smith; a paper on "The Two Annea'
by Mra K. C. Ooddard. and one on "The
. Subjugation of Poland,' by Mrs. James
L Bell. , ,-. .-
1 Wednesday afternoon Mrs. A. King
Wilson gsv a luncheon at her pretty
. country borne near Oswego, for the
members of the Ladles Aid society of
Taylor Street Methodist church. The
"ttrnftefr"w!penr In" sewing- aprons
for the tiomekeepers" baaaar, to be given
November 14. At a meeting of the so-
clety Monday afternoon It was decided
to give such a baaaar and a dinner and
"-"hemembers' ate' bttey-pispni lug for'lt.
' Mra. Alan Welch Smith gave a lunch
'eon for eight-Monday In honor of Mlse
Ella Miller of Oakland, and Mra W.
W. Toungson of New Jersey, who are
- the guests of the Misses Farrell of
Portland Helghta The table was very
pretty with graceful lavender cosmos
and the hostess antique lace garniture
made a pretty effect with the polished
table. Besides the two honorary guest
and their hostess there were Misses
Anna and Jessie Farrell, Mra- Nelson
.' A. Loucks. Mra Alexandsr Muir and
Mra George Cooper.
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Miss Buckenmeyer and Mr. Ringlet
'" gave a pleasant dancing party at Ring-
- ler's hall on Tuesday evening. The hall
. was prettily decorated and there wae
a large attendance. Jmonade puncr
was served.' . .,.
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'-' ' Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. SpeiWr enter-
- talned the Thursday Evening Whist clun
last week . at- their" home, JO Nortk
' Twenty-third street ; This Is an Infor
'' mal' club of last year whloh met for
v - reorganisation.. There are three table
'' and the rlub meets fortnightly. ,
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' Miss Ruth Oabrlelson of Salem enter
, talned with a Halloween party for Miss
Marguerite Chamberlain, daughter of
. Governor Chamberlain. Miss Chamber
. Inln has been visiting for seme time In
Salem where she. Is popular with th
young peopla , : v : -
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A very enjoyable musicals was given
- at the home of Mra Henry E. Chlpman,
4I Clinton street, Friday evening. No
, vember.l, by Miss Mabel Baker, messo-
. soprano, and Mordaunt'A. GoodnougH,
pianist. . Mian Maud Bell, also a planlat,
7-nd Miss Hallle Baker, reader, assisted.
Both Miss Baker and Mr. Ooodnough
are artists of local repute and the pro-
- gram they gave comnsted of selections
of a high, orders Miss Baker, leaves
..shortly for Chicago. Delicious refresh-
. ments were served at the close of th
..svenmgrs entertainment. .
entertained the Illinois Study club No
...vernber I. .-The paper of the day, ''Some
of the Great Men ef Illinois,' was read
. by Mra It Tu Torrence. Discussion, so
cial, hour and refreshments closed tn
meeting, ;k , ,. .. ,.; ,
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A pleasant party was given at th
- home of Marie Bales, tf I East Alder
.street, JrUjfj;, evening. . . The evening
! EVENTS OF THE WEEK. J
was spent In playing games and on of
the features was a guessing contest, in
wblch first prise was won by Gilbert Oos
horn and the second by Anna Lauten
schlager. This was followed by a taffy
puiL Those present were the. Misses
llasel Blakney, Anna Lautenschlager,
Hasel Goshorn, Gladys Wiggins, Wilhel
mlna Cooley. Jessie Sharp, and Marie
Bales, and Gilbert Goshorn. Elmer Gos
horn. Harold Magness, Lloyd Lawson.
Jack Carson, Charles Moser and George
palmer, k .. - ,-; .
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Mrs. Samuel M. Wears entertained
luncheon Wedneaday In honor of Mra
Benjamin WlstarMorrls of New Tork.
Her other guests were Miss Louise
Morris, Mrs. George Good; Mrs.- Zera
Snow, Mra Robert Lewis, Miss Falling,
Mra Frank Vincent DuMond and Mrs.
L. Allen Lewia '
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Mrs. Artnur v. Minoii enteruunea
few of her friends at bridge Thursday
afternoon and Mrs, J. Wesley Ladd se
cured the first prise, a handsome bridge
set and Mrs. R. Lea Barnes, the second.
a Japanese bowL .
The guests were Mra Morton insiey.
Mra John A. Shepard, Mrs. J- Wesley
Ladd.' Mrs. Frank Hart,. Mrs. John Eben
Young, Mra Stewart B. Lintbicum, Mra
Huht Lewis; Miss Hoyt, Miss Stott, Miss
Whslley, Mrs. C J. Reed, Mra L. Allen
Lewis. Miss von Destinon, Miss Alice
von Destinon. Mrs. R. Lea Barnes and
Miss Louise Flandera , .
Mrs. fits wart - B. , . Linthlcum enter
tained a few friends at bridge Tuesday
afternoon., . v'-.; .'.r-
I v m TPammam linn t nr .ntMtltn (ha
Bridge club last Wednesday afternoon. : .
Mra Frank E. Hart gave an afternoon
of - bridge yesterday. The prises were
dainty .cretonne boxes for the dressing
table. . . ' v". , - -
The guests were Mra W. H. Corbctt
Mra Hunt Lewis. Mra F. O. Sykea
Miss von Destinon, Mra Warren Hough
ton, Mrs. Ralph Wilbur.' Mrs. Clarence
Nichols, Mrs. Morton Morley, Mrs. Lewis
KusselL Mra - Walter V. Smith.' Mra
Ilarrv Allen. Mrs. R W Wllltkma. Mra.
John Eben Taunr. UIh Mvrii-b. IATImA
All von Deatlnon, Mtii -IwellN Mrs.
Harry Nunn. Mra George Russell, Mra
E. T, C. Stevens. Mra 8. B. Linthlcum,
Mra John A. Shepard, Mrs. Robert
Lewis, Mrs. C E. a Wood. Mrs.' C F.
Bee be, Mra F. N. Pendleton, Mra J. K.
kouock, Mrs. John Robinson, Mra C. J.
Reed, Miss Russell, Miss Wilson. Mra
L. Allen Lewia Mr.. James Laidlaw,
Mr!r i"'"", M1" HlTa?h' Mr-
wTf, -or t 'tT . . r'"ur
Mlnott, Mrs. W. L. Brewster., Mr
George Davis. Mrs. Henry Green, Mra
Fred Hopkins Mrs. J, Wesley Ladd, Mra
Henry Hewett, Mra - Van Rensselaer,
Mra Henry. Jones. Miss Alice Slbeon,
Mra -George Taylor, and - Mra Hannab
Robertson. , ' r -
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Among the enjoyable occasions of th
week was the birthday -party given In
honor of Mrs. Ai5tJohnsoiv.gt net
home, fU Eaat Seventeenth street,
Thursday-aftsrnoon. ' After f pleasant
social time refreshments wsr served.
Those present were Mrs, O. K. Backs,
Mra H. K. Backs,. Mrs. - Dahl, Mra
Hull,' Mra Fredeen, Mre. 'Bergman,
Mra Beckman, Mrs. OUphaat, Mra
Johnson .and the- Misses Clara Dahl,
Huldah Nelson, Lily Fredeen and Ethel
Hull, t . . . , .....
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" The Woman's uchai.';ll..Mw
has many warm friends in the city whe
are determined to put forth their best
effort In the Interest jf this charitable
institution. This was evident last Wed
nesday . as crowd, of women swarmed
Into the tearoom of the' exchange on
Tenth street "to do their little best" In
supporting the movement.
Every one was delighted with th
homelike atmosphere . of thla placa
which has grown so in popularity with
Portland's best women. . Miss Falling,
president of th exchange,, and Mra II Sunnyald assembly No. 10S, United
L. Plttock. president of the Woman's Artisans, last Wednesday evening. Nov
union, of which the exohange Is a part, ember ft, successfully presented a four
received the guests at the door, and as- act production entitled "The Hand of
slstlng them In the various duties of Shams" st Hunter's halL The large
hostess were Mra I. N. VLinman. Mra email that a.ttnriMl th MrfornuM
William MacMaater, Mra Hamilton,
Misa Atwood, Mra R. Johnston, Mra I
Leon Hirsch, Mra Martin Winch. Miss I
Glle. Mra H. C Bowers, Mra Curtis I
Strong. Mrs. Lee Hoffman, Mra Edward
enrman, stra. Jf ranx. Hart and Mra 211
The tea table waa- perhaps the most I
attractive spot In th room. AH th I
'fixings were .of brass and Orecon
grape and yellow chrysanthemums in a
huge brasen bowl made an effective
George F. Russell and Mra- 81 ground
Frank poured tea and there were few
momenta when no on was waiting for
a cup of the beverage.
Mra J. G. Gauld bad charge of the I
candy table and Introduced the Idea of IBusa
selling also bunches of violets and! :. w ' J--'
rosea It left the booth rather bare I
fc "S.Jli.i . 0f ,lJif. ,trnoo'.
1: E.Td . l 5'111tlon1
- 2. i TL," Mrt P RobrUon
. if." Katn,Mn BurB Mlted at
To keen In mind nu of lli MAia.
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Inatlng purposes of the exchange aa a
medium of sal for women's handiwork. I
a table of Jams. Jellies and preserves
T 1arr"ntMw ttractlvely to tempt the
mirchasera. Mra H. H. North rup and
f";, Brown presided thera A
needlework Counter a Inn was imnnii
d M,r-,Tan,'hu"r' Mr"- Lon Hirsch.
exhibited.' . I
The. muslo of the af tern am. mm I
Played by MlSS Fannie Amsterdam, thalt. Tlarn Ura l'nhn IT K-nllnnlr Mr-
vnuviom. piayer. wnoae talents have I
inaae tier , so popular in th Hungarian
,kuB -oruana notei... , . I
ww. . 1 i
Ai IRS raillnr entertained a. raw frianil. I
ai luncnson i nursday in honor of Mra I
M, T. Barlow of Omaha, Nebraska, who
IS the guest f her sister. Mra K. h.
Brooke, . , ,t .- I
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Mr. Georg Dunhsm entertained the I
Tuesday Afternoon club last week at
her new home at Richmond. A dell
clous luncheon waa served at 1 o'clock
oy tne hostess, assisted by Mra Chip-
man. . i : .... v.
A brilliant piano number by Mra
Marshall was listened to with Pleasure. I
alter wnion quotations were given from I
Tennyson's "Queen Mary I
The Reign of. Edward VII" was thi-
subject era psper by Mrs. J. D.Mayea
Mrs. Marshall read a paper describing I
roin i viunn, maxy. - yontmuing, i
Mra H. 8. Hudson read a .paper on the
personality and haractaay6f Mary. The
counter reformation- we spoken of b
Mrs. Merwln Pugh and othera
The club will meet next week with
Mrs. Harry B. .Chlpman, ttt Eaat
Thirty-third street, at 1 o'clock.
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Th Rose club was entertained In
delightful manner by Mra. W. D. Allard
at her home, (II Fourth street, en Tues
dty of last week, , ?
Whist waa plsyed at three tablea
pore cards, refreshments and decora- I
tions carried out the idea ef Halloween. I
First and second prise war won by I
I ' ; g
I ' h
; Madarnej " Jennid NorellL
I Mad&mi JnnU Norelll will lav A
I MfX many ,fiien! and , admirers In
her next Operatlo season. There are
those who knew her when she lived here
years ago; there are those who heard
her when she gave her first concert at
the White' Temple; and those who will
1 hear her next week la her farewell eon
I cert. The madame'a residence her In
Portland some years ago makes Portland
feel that It has a special claim on her
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donna,- - Her star here, making possible
two concert appearances, haa been ap-
predated aa a privilege, r-- :
- Madam Norelll will . leave, .. shortly
after ber concert. November 11, for Eu-
rope, where she wilt fill ' her first en-
ragement this season at Crystal palace,
December. 1V The Manchester musical
'""v1" t on her card and then
he "traVeIS"1hrougTi northern England
and Scotland"Wtth Drr Fre Cown, Eng-
"d' great composer, who directs th
fr ioua Philharmonic . eoncerta In Lon-
don Retujfrtlng to London, she will be-
,n aeries of concerts -at Queen's hall
n ,n February will g to Roumania.
There she will" sing under the personal
management of Carmen Sylvia, queen of
Roumania. whose .patronage of the fine
arte haa made her name mean so much
to artists of all eountrlea There will
Mrs. E. A. Tyrol and Mra David Camp-J
Den. aiemoers oi me ciud present were!
Meedamea - Baker, - Cook, Campbell,
Fisher, Hare, Sweeney, Tyrol, Maher,
Allard and the Misses Botefuhr, John
son and Eller. Mrs. Mcintosh and Mra
Scherner were the guests of the club.
Mra J. W. Baker will entertain the
club November It at her . home. 2
I Front street.
I .it it
was well plessed and applause was fre-
quent Tha assembly msde a favorable
Imnresslon uron the lare-a number of
visitors in showing the progressive
spirit in th undertaking by putting on
luroes, scenery ana. orcnesira. i ne
committee which had . charae of the
entertainment and to whom much of the
success is due are: IKelly, chairman:
Mra Julius Fleming and A. . 8, Auter-
son. Ralph C. Clyde and Herbert Bqoth
directed the'drama. which was produced
by the following: B. W. Spang, Chester
Perkins, Vlbert J. Howataon. E. R. WU-
oox. Bert Junker. W. Roche Flck and
Misses Katharine C. Mathlot Grace
Hardman. SoDhla Went. Eleanor von
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friends at bridge Friday afternoon.
The first prise, a magnificent bunch of
pink rosea wss won by Mrs. N. E. Ayer,
and white rosea the second prise, by
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WII1I1I HI LHLfl MBU VWUrVU V
prise of a bridge set. .
t,. ...... nr ... en,nAn
Mra George Whiteside, Mrs. Walter J.
Burns, Miss Burn Mrs. Robert W.
Lewia,. Mlsa Failing. Mra J. Wesley
Ladd, . Mrs. Arthur C Mlnott. Mrs.
ur.i,-.. v Smith uirm xo it rnrktt
Miss Whalley. Mrs. Ernest Tucker, Mra
Hgrry Nunn, Mrs. L. Allen Lewis, Mra
T o Rtevena Mrs. nordon Vonrhlea
Frank K. Hart, Mrs. John Eben Toung,
Mra Ralph -t ; Wilbur, Miss , Alice von
Destinon. MJss Ella Hirsch. Mrs. James
Laidlaw, Mra K. Johnston, Mr. Charles
C. Chanaav. Mm Flanders. MlU Loulea
Flanders. Mrs. Tom Kerr. Mra C E,
Wood, Miss Myrlck.wMIss Winifred
iMvrlck. Miss Clementine Wilson. Mra
Stewart. Linthlcum. Mrs. E. H,
Brook, Mra M. T. Barlow.Mrs. Hunt
Lewis. Miss Morris.- MraT B. Wlntaf
MorrU,' Jr., Mrs. Hannah Robertson,
Mra Charles F. BeebayMrs. Fred Pag'
Mra F. N. 'Pendleton; Mrs. Clare
Nichols, Miss RuaselX Mrs. B. M. Meara
Mra,- Frank V. DuMond. Mra. William
rwsier, bum ancf oironsi on ra. j. i,
Heed, Miss -CHtkan,' Mra George Good,
airs. zieraBnow. Aire, morion inaey
and Mr. William MacMaster. , , '
Mrs. J,.' Dixon gave a. bridge, party
of setoff tables -Thursday afternoon in
th drawing room of the Hobart-Curtla
Her honor guest waa Mrs. Le Hoffman
of Boston., who has been passing the
summer here. The prise winners were
Mrs. C. F. Beebe and Miss Hirsch.
In ths evening Mr. Dixon entertslned
with the. same number of table and
Mis Blanch Catlln and Dr. li. Cr Jeff
ords were th prise winners.. , "
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An enjoyable J evening we spent at
th - home of Miss Lulu Spltsenberg
Wedneaday. November ft. on her eigh
teenth birthday. Games and muslo
naaaavl tha avantna- nleaaanilv nd ra
freshments were served. - The guest
were Mis Bertha Wagner, Mi Pearl
-- -tv i i toff AVf-: vi-t:
be a court concert given under her pat
ronage at Bucharest.
Madame Norelll was born in Sweden
and spent her childhood there till she
was sent away to perfect her splendid
voice. When she wss meeting with her
first remarkable successes in London,
the- crown prince of Sweden met her
when he came to celebrate bis wedding
to the English princess.- Charmed with
ber voice, he invited her to revisit: her
native country, and there she appeared
at court concerts year before last. After
her Roumanian season next winter she
will go to Sweden on the Invitation of
King Oscaf and win sing at two court
functions, besides giving other eoncerta
Sweden fovea Its native prima donna
and Madame- Norelll loves ' -Sweden.
thinking there are the most critical and
the best audiences on earth., After -the
spring season In London the madame
will have a rent, dunjng the summer. Co
prepare for a tour of Jndla and Aus
tralia'the followlng'year, where shs has
several- times been Invited to come.
The farewell concert. Tuesday even
ing, November 11, will then be the last
chance to hear Madame Norelll for two
years In Portland, though she hopes to
return at that time. She is fond of
Portland and thinks their audiences de
lightful, and she feels that thla la her
horn a ' Her little daughter, who shows
marked talent for music and has a sweet
voice, will accompany her on this tour.
Matschek, Frances Johnson. Mlsa Jeasls
Morehead. Miss Merinda Klepper, Miss
Lulu Patrick, Mra Arthur. John Mo-
iKmaJd. Mr. Cain, Cheater Peterson.
Fred. Cheney. Guy Insiey,. John Dom-
nisee, Harry Shlppy, Charles Alfgnse and
Airrea ires. . ,
Jlr. and Mr. John P. Jones of Mt
Tabor, assisted by Miss Georgia Smith,
entertained last night a "500" club that
has been formed for a winter series ef
semi-monthly gemea The club has six
teen membebrs and will play a contin
uous score, and close the series with th
giving of attractive nrlxe to the win
ners. .The next meeting, the evening of
November 14. will be at the home of
Miss Maud Sheridan at 71 Eighteenth
street. The session last evening was
maae delightful by the charming hospl
tallty Of fP'r hnata..
members of the club are: Mr. and Mra
John' P' Jones. Miss Smfth, Lloyd Smith,
Miss Sheridan, Logan Hays. Frank L.
Perklna, Mrs. Grimes, Dr. F. A. Short,
Miss Louise Weber. Mr. and Mrs. M. L.
Gallagher, Mr. and Mra J. C McDonald,
nr.- ana- Miy-guim-g utnrop. .
The 1 house-furnishing eommtttee of
the Irvlngton Tennis club gave another
ef its delightful affairs in the, form of
a tea yesterday afternoon. Many of ths
members and a few friends called during
the afternoon. The clubhouse Is a most
attractive place and is being furnished
rapidly with luxuries by the generosity
or. its frequent visitors. .
Miss Anna Theresa Munk and Gus E.
Burke of Dawson City, Yukon Terrltoxy,
were married Wednesday morning at St
Mary's church. Alblna, during th cele
bration of mass. There was a large at
tendance and Miss . Elisabeth Hoben
played the wedding march and sang,
"Thou Art Like Unto a Lovely Flower."
Miss Jennie E. Munk attended her sis
ter as bridesmaid and ber brother. Jack
C Munk, was groomsman.
-.The bride waa gowned In white silk
orsrandle with a dron voka of . valan-
olennea lace and carried Bride roses. Her
sister wor whit silk organdie embroid
ered with California popples and carried
aroschaljf lei roses. .
A wedding breakfast was served after
tn ceremony at 421 Union avenue
orth, the home of the bride' parents.
r. and Mra James H. Munk. Only a
t m mt MlaMm, anil Intlmata 1rl mvA m ...
Present. The rooms were pretty with
Ink roses, whit carnations and amtlax.
Dating th afternoon th parents gave
a reception for the frlenda
Mr. and Mra Burke left In th even
ing for southern California to spend two
months. After that they will return t
Portland to remain till spring, when they
wtll go to Alaaka to make their home
for two yeara ,
Mlsa Mary Margaret Garber and Carl
O. Rosengren were married last Satur
day afternoon by the Rev. Elwln L.
House at theliorae of Mr. and Mra. H. E.
Austlnr 129 Mill street. A number of
their Intimate friends and their relatives
were In attendance. After the ceremony
supper wss served to the company, which
then formed a theatre party.
Miss Lulu Browse waa married Sun
day to Jesse Ray Luc key at th horn
of the groom'a mother. Mra Anna
Lurkey. X30 Taylor street. ReV". Dr.. T.
L. Eliot officiated. The bride 'wore a
cream silk lac bodice with an etamln
klrt n train. Mr. and Mra. Luckey
have gone to the sound on their, wed
ding trip and' on their return will re
side In Portland. - '
Redmond P. Marshall and Harriet I
Smlthson of l Seventh street were
married last Monday morning at St
James English church, .West Park and
Jefferson, streets. Rev. J. A. Leas of
ficiated. Only immediate friends of th
couple were present. Mr. and Mra Mar
shall wtll reside at 1(9 Seventh street.
H. Innocent and Mrs. Effle M. Millar
were married Wednesday noon, Novem
ber 1, at the home of the bride, the Rev.
Dr. Morrison officiating. The room
were tastefully decorated with flowers.
Following the ceremony, a luncheon wal
served. Only a few Intimate friends and
relatives were present. Mr. and Mra
Innocent left in th afternoon fpr th
sound cities. . : '
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Mies' Edna Johnson of this city was
quietly married .to Mr. John Styles of
San Francisco on Monday. Mra Styles
Is visiting with her mother, Mrs. E. T.
Johnson, of Portland heights, for a few
weeks and then will return to San
Francisco to make her homa
Miss Mary E. Glover of this city was
married to Alan H. Stewart ot Fort
Wrangel, Alaska, last Thursdsy after
noon at Calvary Presbyterian mans by
Rev. William S. Gilbert. .
Mlsa Kate Schuld and Nova Maynard
were married Tuesday afternoon at the
home of Mr. and Mra Horsfel, 2(8 H
Columbia street, by Dr. Elwln L. House.
A reception followed the ceremony andHamllton. Miss Irene Flynn. Mrs. F. m!
Mr. and Mra Maynard left on the even
ing train to tnake their home In Cali
fornia. . - ' i
Miss Maud May Howlett and John
Skondal were married Wednesday even
ing at 106 Maple street, the home of
the bride' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Howlett. Rev. W. B. Gilbert pronounced
th ceremony In th presence ot about
20 guesta . .
Oregon grape." ferns anaolly oma-
mented the rooms for the occasion The
bride was gowned In white silk and car
ried Bride rosea Her bridesmaid. Miss
Maud Vaughn, in white organdie, car
ried pink carnations. Lee L Mullen
attended the groom. After refreshments
had been served to the company Mr. ana
Mra Skondal went away on their wed
ding trip.- They-wilt be at home after
November IS at lots Maple street. , -
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Miss Ruby Agnes Kenyon and Alnlah
A- Wilder of - Roseburg were married
Monday evening with a -simple eeremony
at toe home of their mends, Mr. ana
Mra W.'T. Graham, SOS East Flanders
afreat, Tir, T. TEHotpronounoed the
The rooms were decorated with Ore
gon grape, ferns, chrysanthemums and
rosea. . Miss Pearl Kenyon attended ner
sister as bridesmaid and wore white and
carried pink . rosea The bride -was in
cream white and carried Bride rosea
Little Corlnne Hutchinson, In white, was
th- ring '"bearer, and- Herman- Eddy- -of
Buffalo, New- Tork, attended the- groom.
Th bride was given in marriage by
Mr. Gardner. After the eeremony a
wedding supper was served.
Mr. - and Mra Wilder hav gen to
Roseburg to reside. The bride is the
niece ot Mra Mary Graham, matron of
-the Boys' and -Girls' Aid society, with
whom she has been living. Her .home
Is In th east. .-- ,- -. .- .
A pretty home wedding took plsc at
th home of Mr. and Mrs. B. winsey
near North Tarn hi 11 laat Sunday when
their daughter, Ella, was .united In mar
Mag to Edgar H. Cooper, . formerly of
thle city. Rev. R. B. Wllklns of ths
Methodist church at North Yamhill of
ficiated. None but Immediate member
of th family waa present. Mr. and
Mra Cooper left immediately for Mo
Mlnnvllle, where they will be at home
to their friends after November ll.--
' A prominent wedding of the week wal
that- or Miss Lulu Maud Holmes and
Ross Mills Plummer Wednesday evening
at tha home of Mr. and Mra Georg
Langford. 421 Second street. - Rev. W.
A. M. Breck read tha Episcopal service
and the ceremony , was pronounced at
half after ssven In the presence ot rel
The reception room and drawing rooms
were transformed Into a gorgeous bower
of color with autumn feHage covering
the walla Pockets -of white rosea at
Irregular Intervals gave variety. A can'
opy bf white . tull .andUrg-white
chrysanthemum marked the place
where the bridal party stood. Miss Lil
lian Holmes attended her sister and Dr.
Walter V, Spencer th groom. . Mra
Langford gav her daughter In mar
riage. Th bride waa gowned In whit mull
with a rich yoke and bracelets of old laca
She carried Bride roses. Her bridesmaid
wor pink flowered Dolly Varden- net
and carried pink roses. Mlsa Rlemaa
played the wedding march.
Between the hours of t and 10:10 a
large reception waa given to the friends,
A. bank or palms shut off a corner of
th library, where Wllder's orchestra
played throughout the evening. Th
dining-room, where refreshments were
served, caused much delighted comment.
The decorations were all yellow and
green, the college colors of the Univer
sity of Oregon, from which both th
bride and . groom are graduates. Th
yellow candle were shaded with the
same color; yellow satin ribbons twined
with asparagus fern were festooned from
the chandeliers and a huge cut crystal
bowl In the center of th table held
a bunch of large yellow chrysanthe
mums, the college flower. ...
Mr. and Mrs. Plummer are spending
their honeymoon In , th sound cttlea
After December t they will be at horn
at 240 Third street
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The marriage ef -Mlse Msrtha Mlnof
Bryan to Dr. Herbert 8. Nichols was
celebrated Tuesday at the home of th
bride's ' mother In Charlottevllle, Vir
ginia. They will travel for a few week
In the east, visiting Baltimore and Phil
adelphia before their return. After De
cember 1 they will be at home In thelt
new home on Kearney street. Mra
Nichols was commonly known here a
Patsy Bryan and for the past fsw year
has spent ber summers here with hef
uncle. Wirt Minor. There will be som
elaborate entertaining In her honor when
she returns, for she counts her friend
here' by the score. t
Miss Grace Gilbert will hava liir
of the musical nrotfram at tha anaa i
Institute a week from Wednesday. Mra
Ross Bioch-Bauef a glee club and ether
talent will assist. . . '
Wednesday even Inc. November If. tiaa
been fixed aa the dsts for the first monm
recital to be given by 8. H. Allen-Good-
wyn and a Claire. Montelth, assisted by
Mra - Mtlll Perklna - and Mlsa L Helen
Copeland. The splendid list of patron
esses shows the Interest thst is being
taken In the forthcoming recitals. There
Is no doubt that these artists ars a wel
come sddltlon to the musical talent of
the city, and an. artlatte rendition of
Lisa Lehmann's beautiful song eyclea
"The Persian Garden" and "The Daisy
Chains -r- confidently looked for. The
locale of the recital will be Mr. Good
wyn's studio, North Eighteenth
street. ' The accompanist for the series
will be Frederick W. Goodrich, who haa
had. much experience In thle class of
musical work. . ,
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S.' Claire Montelth, the new baritone,
will sing a solo from "Elijah" Fri
day evening at Temple Beth Israel. .
Mia Beatrice Hidden, sister of Regi
nald Hidden, many years Portland's
favorite violinist, hss Just ' returned
from two years' study In Berlin and will
make her home In Portland. . Miss Hid
den studied with Xavier Scharwenka and
be. considers her highly talented and an
extremely clever, performer. :
Miss Ethel M. Lytle, soprano; Miss
Ethel M. She; contralto, and Miss Syl
via W. McGuIr, reader, gave a con
cert at Vancouver on last Wedneeduy
evening which was sn artlstlo succesa
They expect to give a series of recital
during th season.
The muslo department of the Woman's
club met with Mra E. C. Froet Thurs-
rl a V MftertlfWtn f Rilna k Mra T O
Branch and Miss Anna Rankin: a duet
by Mra Hamilton and - Mra Emily
Hampson, and the chorus work made
a delightful afternoon. - The department
will meet with Mrs. .J. W. Sweeney, ell
Irving street, next Thursday -afternoon
at I o'clock. . vT- ,
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"It With All Tour Hearts "EltJah"
was beautifully rendered at St. Mary's
cathedral last. Sunday evening by - Ar
thur L, Alexander.
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The . song cycle, "Ellland." by Von
Flellta, was given by the pupils of Mrs.
Walter Reed at the last meeting of ths
Tuesday Afternoon class. Miss 'Kath
leen La wler sang the first two numbers.
"Stllles Lied" and "Frauen woerth" ; Mies
Ethel Shea, "Rosenswelge" and "Hetm
llche Oruesse"; MJss Alice Juston. "Am
Strand,". "Klnderstimmen" and "Mond
nacht," and Mra Reed sang the last
three numbers, - "Wandertraeume,"
"Anathema" and "Ergebung." - .
Mra. L. Allen Lewis will leave for a
Caltf ornla visit - shortly - before or after
the holidays. She makes an annual trig
to San Francisco to visit her relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. J.. Frank Watson hav
chosen a -unique- way to celebrate -their
Ing It a celebration of their honeymoon
rather than their wedding day alona
They left Thursday evening for a
month er six . weeks' trip through eld
Mexico. , . . , i ..
The announcement last week of the
engagement of H II dr garde McKenna,
daughter of assoclat -Justice of the su
preme court, to John Leggett Pulste of
New Tork, Is of interest to the people
her who remember Mr. Pulste's sister,
Mrs. Post Major and Mrs. Post lived
here for a number- of years, while the
major was tn command of the rivers
iTourtk and Wasiunfton Strt
Suits and Dresses for ArVomen
' Certain ungovernable circumstances created the condi
tions which raske this altogether important sale possible.
It concerns high-grade garments in the models to which
the discerning have cast their favor.
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' .' , Exquuit , ; .'- . . ; '
Gowns, Costumes - an J - Dresses
Not so much because our collection of formal garments
is the greatest in numbers which we have ever presented, '
but because they manifest the original ideas and innova
tions which the masters abroad have presented since th
advent of the season, do we invite your interest
. TJiere are exquisite House and Dinner Dresses, Re
ception and Evening Gowns and costumes for afternoon,
restaurant and theatre wear, which in design and elabora- '
tion are altogether exclusive. ..
In the more inexpensive garments we find the source
of much of otir strength. Adapted from, the imported
models, we offer dresses of radium silk, crepe de chine,
spangled net, mescaline and lace, in white, black and a
complement of light evening colors, at v - ".
- $50.00 to $300.00
and harbors Improvements, th position
in which Major Langfltt sunceeded him.
Mra Post was a great social favorite
here, coming as she did from a long ;
residence, in London where shs waa saM .
to have received more attention from
royalty than any other Amerioaa wom
an. Mr. Pulste and Mra Poet are cous
ins of Samuel and W. A. Meara ef thts
. V -:-
Mra Frank Vincent Do Mond. whoee
health ha not been - th beet during -the
latter weeks of her vlstt. la now
much Improved and plana to leave for '
New. Tork next Saturday with her child -and
maid. Her Indisposition haa pre
vented a great deal ef entertaining
planned for her.
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Commissioner and Mra ' Wilson H. -Falrbank
left for Massachusetts laat .
nlghf. Their stay here since the begin
ning of the fair season haa been delight
ful and they leave many frlenda eape
dally among New England, people la
Portland. ' -
Mrs. J. A. Filcher and her daughter,
Miss 'rms, left laat week tor San Fran
Cisco after a delightful summer at th
California building. Miss Eva Ma Wig
gins left Wednesday to visit in Oak
land till the return ofi her aunt, Mrs
Frank .Wiggins, to Los Angeles. Mr.
and Mrs. Wiggins snd Mr. Filcher are
now at the Eaton since the dismantling'
of their pretty -exposition home and
will remain there till their departurf
Mra - Harry H. Holsman - wfll be at -home
the third Wedneaday of th month
at 41 Davis street. . .
- That "fun provoking 'entertainment,
"To Old Deestrtck Bkule," will be given
under the auspices of the Social club of
Martha Washington chapter No. 14, JD-
E. 8. at Burkbard halL Friday evening,
November 17.' at I o'clock. Th pro
ceeds will be devoted entirely to charity.
-'The personnel ot performer and th
program follows: -.
Th Skul Committee Esra Jokbus
Halner, head coramlteeman. Professor R.
F. Robinson; Warren Haatinga McClary. -clerk.
W. H. White; Ethan Allen Plper
heldle, T. M. Brlckell. .
The Skul Master Thaddena Blacker -by
Stayner, A. M.. Ph. Q, M. C 8, Pro
fessor Clayton Wenta -:
The Skule Visitors Mra Reuben
Honeysuckle, Mrs. . B. Fellows; Eseklel
Jededlah Honeysuckle (Bubby). W. B.
HalL . ' - , . -
The Roll of Skule SkoUare--MIk
Harrlty O'Flynn, J. H. Richmond: Harry
Lane. JLt. Newton; Susan 8weet. Mra. V.
Pv Dunning; Patience Peterkln, Mrs. M
C Carter; Jehu Levi Mallfsky. Georg F.
urice; cynthta Huldah Bakerefleld. Mrs.
T..M. Hurlburt; Melissa Jan Bradford,
(Continued on Page Twenty.)
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