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THE . OREGON . SUNDAY. JOURttAi; PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE. 2, 1907.
gueata, besides Miss Morrison, wre:
Miss Dorothy Morrison, Mia Carolyn
Burns, MIm tin Wood, Miss . Hasel
Dolph, Mlas Gonevleve Park, MIm
Gladys Weldler, Miss Effle Houghton,
Mlia Margaret Walter, Mian Margaret
Montgomery, Miaa Helen White,. Miss
Florence Williams of The DaUea, Miaa
Mable Rendell of San Franc! aco and
Mls Ma Whldden. r' :
Wednesday aftarnoon Mre. Horace 8.
Butterfleld . was hostass to about 30(
of har calling Hat In compliment to her
truest,-Mrs. X M. Turnay of New Tork.
The rooms wer itrettlly arranged with
whit Kalaarina roaes and maidenhair
fenr' In. th music room, where Mrs.
Butterfleld and Mrs. Turnay stood. In
th reception hall were Caroline Test
out roaaa and th stairway was banked
la with sweetbralf. Behind a acreen
of flahnet interlaced with huckleberry
month, is annually prominent for ... Mnin. ith ,.,,. ...
Its weddings. - This year la M I ih svar arcana and a. nr.tt, affx
xoeptlon. Mies Helen WWU's lna- wlth h.i.V ...
punch was served by Mrs. H. A. Bar-
rs. D. X . Moore. Mrs. A.
and Mrs. X
UB first 'week in June, more per-1
baps than any other la thel
Mrs. A. Q,
' Mrs. George Davis, Vancouver, en
tertained a few friends Informally Tuea
day aftarnoon at the barracks. Bridge
was played under th trees and th
prises wer' won by Mr. Henry Nunn
and Miss Hoyt. Th guests were: Mrs.
X frank Watson. Mrs. L. Allen Lewi.
Mrs. R. Lea Barnes, Mrs. Frank Hart,
Mrs, c, X Read, Mlas Hoytj Mrs. David
C. Lewis, Mrs. William C Alvord, Mrs.
John Eben Young. Mrs. Walter Burns,
Miss Williams, Mrs. Charles Hurley of
Tacoma, Mrs. Henry Nunn and Mrs.
Fred Bladen and Mr. Weeks of th
barrack. . The .regimental hand played
Miss Helen White was the honor
gueat Wednesday aftarnoon at an after
noon of brldg glvan by Miss Clara
Boot for thk girls of th younger set.
Prises wer given at each of the Ave
tables to . Mil Williams. Miss Rush.
Miss Miller,. Miss Robertson and Miss
I marriage to ' Clyde Hlxon Read .will
- . ' take place ' Tuesday morning. Wednea-
: day Miss Florence Lillian Lollar will be
i married to Dr. Edward Alfred Marshall
i at home. - The same day a wedding of
: no leaa intereat will take place, though
the principals are both out-of-town peo-
' Ml.. M.twhll Dvi4. will K. m.
tried in' Walla Walla with an elaborate
. ceremony to John Robb, and a number
? will attend th wedding. Mrs. waiter
Cook t left early In th week to assist
the bride, and Mrs. Brent's cousin. Miss
k ; Genevieve Thompson, had expected to
j attend but changed her plana and went
,"'t, cast. '. a ,, :. ' , . v-.-
- i The entertaining of the week has been
. rather small and informal in general.
The approach of summer is beginning
. to make itself felt and there will be
' little of Importance the' rest of the
; season. :iany families are making their
; preparations for their summers away,
.' and several cottages at theooaet are
f already occupied.
Among the dances this week are the
' TT Vf A hnn vrM, mil tYim TTn (,.. I..
j or Oregon alumni dance Baturday,
j A pretty luncheon was given Wednea-
' day at the Portland grill in compliment
, to Mlas Mills Weaalnger who leaves
. "Tuesday with her mother for Germany.
Covers were laid for II and Miss Wee
- singer's school girl friends made i up
- the party. A miniature veeaeL a
' plica of Kalaer Wilhelm der Gross, on
which the Wesslngers sail, formed the
centerpiece- and blue cornflowers de-
; termined the color plan. . The , menu
,- cards were quaint little Dutch maidens.
The party consisted of , MUe Wee
, singer, Miss Ruth Honeyma'n, Mlas Alta
Rush, Miss Hatel Robb ef Astoria.
Miss Leslie Weldler, -Miaa Clara Weld
, ler, Mlsa Mary Livingstone, Mlas Mar-
Jons Hoffman, Miss Malda Hart, Miss
uorothy , uoibrook, Miaa .. Stella . Froh
man, Miss Caroline Wilson, Miss Eve
lyn i Wilson, Miss Polly Hewitt, Miss
Jean Mackensle, Miss . Beckle Blddle,
1 Mlas Katherlne Powell of Omaha, Mlas
r jjeieete Moore , and Miss Lesley 8ml th.
On of the prettiest dlnnere of the
aeason was given at ' the Portland ho-
tel last evening by John D. Coleman,
f in honor of . John Barrett director of
the International bureau 'Of the Amer-j
; lean republic. The affair was held in
the beautiful palm room of the hotel
and the decorations and menu were atv
; tletio and elaborate. The other gueats
r were Governor ana Mrs. George H.
Chamberlain. Mr.' and Mrs. w. D. Fen-
f ton, Mr. and "Mi's. c m. iffleman. Mr. I Mlsa Helen White, Bride of This Week. Photograph by C. Elmore
r biiu Miim, iui v. atwi imira aa. ecot(, I '
t Miaa Judith . Rnntl. mnA U, .nil v.. I UrOVfl.
j William Rea Jr., of 8t. PauL ft -i
:-r:V --' V M';-
: Miss Marlon1 Jackson entertained in-'-
formally Tuesday evening with a chaf-
Ing dlah supper In honor of Frank De-
Irum. Mr. Dekum, who is visiting his
j a no w ( wseaaasf w m - yJl
I ular member ot the younger set when
( he lived here and now, since he has gone
on the stage, I 1s t always much enter
f talned on his short visits here.
Miss Leslie Knapp gave a pretty
debutante luncheon Friday afternoon, in
compliment to Miss Margaret .Morrison,
a whose enaraaement to Thomas Sharn
Jr., was announced last week. All but
two or three of the guests "came out"
this season. ? Lovely Caroline Testaut
rosea made the pink color scheme. The
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gent and Mrs. 'Ros well Lamson.
The mantle and windows in the dining
room were banked with Scotch broom
and on the tea-table were yellow Mar
ecbaj Nlel roses.? Mrs. James D. Hart
and Mrs. Mark GUI poured and Mrs. E.
F, Tucker and Mrs. Allen M. Ellsworth
served ices. Mrs. Hart and Mrs., Tucker
were in pale blue costumes, Mrs. Ells
worth in white and Mrs. Gill in pink
and white flowered mull. . Mrs. Butter-field-
wore a handsome costume of blue
crepe de Paris, cut empire, with gar
nitures , of white Spanish lace. ; Mrs.
Turney - was in rich black satin bro
cade trimmed with duchesse laoe.. '
Those assisting Mrs. Butterfleld as
"floatere" were Mrs. F. D. Chamberlin,
Mrs. E. P. Geary, Mrs. F. A. Nltchey.
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WI'F-V?kA.X lUT ills
- ' - , . i " - law . a
illse Florence UlUan LoUer, to Be Married Thla Week.
Borup. The guests for the afternoon
were Miss Maida Hart, Miss Barbara
Crocker, Miss Muriel Williams, Miss
Helen Brlgham, Miss Maud Hahn, Mlas
Virginia Borup, Miss Miller of St. Paul,
Minnesota; Mabel Devers, Miss Marga
ret Walter, Miss Margaret Morrison,
Miss Nan Robertson, Miss Alta Rush,
Miss Clara MacE wan. Miss Willis Of
California, Miss Myrtle Bchaffer, Miss
LucUe Smith, Miss Grace Nicholson.
Mlas vines Cummlnc and , Miss Leslie
The announcements for commence
ment at St Helen's hall are out and
present some interesting features. Next
Tuesday afternoon, from I to 8, there
will be a musical recital of the , ele
mentary pupils, with a studio reception
land , an exhibition of drawings. The
following Monday, Jun 10, "Cinderella,'
a pretty operetta, will be given by the
elementary department in the afternoon,
and in the evening there will be a reoltal
by the department of elocution. Tues
day afternoon will be the mualcaJt re
cital and evening the commencement
concert The commencement exercises,
with the awarding of diplomas, will take
place in the gymnasium Wednesday
evening. . k :,. t
-. Mts., P. P. Dabney entertained th
Portia club at her beautiful suburban
home Tueeday afternoon. Mrs. Dab-
nay's roses and the grounds were charm
ing. The house was profusely decorated
with Scotch broom and Imperial pop
ples. Dutch whist was the game 'or
me ariernoon. ' xne prise winners were
Mrs. P. P. Dabney, Mrs; B. 8. Pague
and Mrs. George F. Biice. The-hostess
for Tuesday, Jun 11. will be Mrs. B. 8.
Pague of 11 Overton street 'Mrs. W.
T. Masters will give an evening func
tion to tne club next Friday at her
home, 76 East Madison street, with
cards and dancing.
The golf tournament last week" took
many people out to the Waverly links
an tne latter part of the week. Thurs
day. Memorial day, there was a good
attendance, and - many staid to din.
The Norman Langs entertained at din
ner, Mr. and JUrs.. Robert Lewis,' and
Mr. and Mr. John C Aina worth. Mr.
and Mrs. David T. Honeyman and Mr,
ana Mrs. uavid a Lewis dined together,
and a few others dining there wars: Mr.
and Mrs. Zera Snow, Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter ir Burns and the Percy Blyths.
The society baseball rarae to be
played at the Multnomah club Saturday,
Jun 2t, for the benefit of the flower
mission day nursery. Is attracting much
attention and undoubtedly the grand
stand will that day be filled with a
brilliant assemblage. The bankers are
to line np against the lawyers and doc
tors, and friends are expecting to de
rive a great deal of amusement from the
game, besides seeing soma "first-class
Sport: . 'V:"
Tb marriage of Miss Helene White,
whose picture is ' shown - today; and
Clyde Hlxon Reade will, be celebrated
at St. Mark's chapel .Tuesday morning
t 10 o'clock. Miss White has been
entertained informally by her friends
the past week in honor of her coming
marriage. She la & prettjr girl and a
popular member -of the -young set. Da
vid Jordan and .Arthur Honeyman are
to be the ushers at the wedding and
Mlsa Florence Williams of The Dalle
will be maid of honor. Robert Kinney
will attend the brldesroom. ,". OV-'
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The Clnderellas sustained their repu-1
tatloa as royal young hostesses at their
second dance ' given Friday night at
Murlark hall; A larze number of the
younger set from Portland academy,
Hill Military academy, St Helen'' Hall
and other preparatory schools a't tended.
The patronesses were Mrs. , Zera Snow,
MraJ, ,W. Weldler and Miss Clementine
Wilson,, fht members of the club are
young, air. Clara and Leslie Weldler,
Caroline 4nd Evelyn Wllaon, Eva Jones,
Beckle Blddle. Polly Hewitt and Dorothy
The Pan-Hellenlo society gave a pretty
luncheon yeeterday at the home of Dr.
and Mr.' Alan Welch Smith. La France
roses were Used In decoration. The mem
bers who attended were: Mre. George
Haskell Marsh, Mrs. J. C. Elliott-King.
Mrs. Luther F. Steel, ' Miss Stlevers,
Miss Alice Benson, Miss Carolyn Ben
son, Miss Wood Johnson, Miss Jessie
Goddard. Mrs. Case ' ot Manila, Mrs.' R,
U Donald, Miss Hannah Connell, Mrs.
Cross' and Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Donald
was the toastmlstress. The society, Is
made up of college sorority women.
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The State Congress of Mothers gave
a reception at th PorUand . Friday
afternoon, in honor of Mrs. A. A. Bur
mey. : Mrs. Alexander G. Mitchell ana
Mrs, McOlll, visiting representatives or
(h national congress at Washington.
About SO were in attendance, and Mrs.
W. J. Honeyman presided.- Th drawing
room was attractive with bowls of roses. ;
Many members wer received into the
Oregon congress as th result of Mra
Burner's eloquent setting forth of the
work, It Importance and It possibilities
in th solution of child problems.,
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Mrs. Larabe and her daughters, the
Misses Mary, Elisabeth and Suaan, left
Tuesday for their mountain home. Deer
Lodg. Montana, after spending the win
ter In Portland. The Larabees were In
PorUand several years ago when th
daughters attended Portland academy
and wer prominent In th young social
set They spend their summers at Deer.
Lodge and have spent most of their win
ters in th east or In Europe,
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A delightful boating party was that
given Wednesday evening by the fourth
year students of Portland academy to
the fifth years, or this year graduates.
A large and Jolly company of young
people maae up me party ana iney were
chaperoned by the women teachers and
Wive of the men of th faculty of the
aeademy. Refreshments were served
and there was muslo on board.
Miss Nell Wills, the daughter of
Judge Wills of California, is visiting
at Hill Military academy. She is th
guest of Mrs. X W. Hill and Miss Clara
MacEwan. Miss Wills is a pretty.
bright girl who mad many friends dur
ing her visit her two summer ago
when her father wa on of th Califor
nia commissioners to th Lewi and
Clark exposition, . .
The Catholic Young people - gave a
dance at Murlark hall Wednesday night
which was largely attended by their
friends. The patronesses - were Mrs.
Frank E. Dooley, Mre. J. F, Barrett Mrs.
Charles Cragster, Mrs. H. A. Dillon and
Mrs. Charles Barenstecker. .. ..
MI Olive Failing, who ha been at
tending St Margaret's academy in Mas
sachusetts, is expected home this week.
She was compelled to give up her work
at school this spring because of Illness
and has, bsen staying with her . sister,
Mrs. Burpee, in Boston. .
Captain and Mrs. William 8. Blddle
arrived here a few day ago, and are
stopping at the Buckingham on
Yamhill street For th past four years
Captain Blddle has been the military
attache for the embassy . of. the United
States at Berlin,
Mis Llela Shelby leave this week
for a short trip to California. She will
be on ot a house party at the home
of Cantaln and Mrs. Parkins et Bur-
11 n game, who are known for their gay"
entertaining. Miss Shelby will be gone
two weeks. -.
Mrs. Robert Lewi and her slater.
Miss Hoyt, will start . east this week
for about a month's stay. Mra Lewis
goes to attend ; her class reunion at
WeUeeley. June 20 to 25, and with her
sister will visit other places until early
Mr. and Mra N. D. Simon and their
daughter Elsie spent three days of last
week at "Th Breakers." and report de
lightful weather. A number Of people
have already opened cottages and regis
tered at hotels at Long seacn.
The annual tea at the Patton house
will be given Tuesday, June 11. A num.
ber of the women prominently interested
in th horn will receive and servo, and
a good musical program will be given
by W. H, Boyer and his pupil.
Mra Fergenbaura -and Mra. Samuel
Naphthaly of San Francisco left for
home last night. Mrs. Naphthaly is a
sister of Mrs. I. Lowengardt, who re-
The Store NuKhJ for Best floods at Lowest Prices.
PORTLAND ROS L SliOWI. AND mSTA JUNE, 20-21
.' ... aa ur"- '" at aa a'-. ' ' a
We announce another greet ale' of White Wah SilkvWait for
Monday Tuesday and Wednesday. Thee Waists are made from"
'best quality wash ilk. with beautiful 'embroidered design down
front, lace insertion and; fine tucks. Come in the popular J$-sIeeve
and are standard .9j.su ana ?.uu vaiuee.,; aeverai pretty tyies to
choose from and all-sues to start, uon t over-- fiel
look this splendid opportunity. No mail pr tele- , i
phone orders filled at this pnte., 4iWef J
White Diick Skirts S2.9f
"Made extra full In. eialted stVles, "trimmed with embroidery, ln-1
eertlons and straps. Material is a splendid quality oi linen tinisn -j
duck. ! Regular $3.50 values. - For. Monday, luesoay ana vvea-'.( :
ties day, choice. . ; ... ;. '. , , . . . . " i
New Short Kimonos 65c '
Dainty floral and figured effects, in dotted and pleitt Swisses'
and lawn, with or without collar, new Japanese sleeve. These
sell in the regular way at $1.00. Choice for three days only, ;
at, each .., ( i , t , t t :
Black Voile Skirts $12.50
Made from the famouV -Altrnan" voile, In the stylish plaited
f(wti. trimmrrf with taffeta silk folds. We challenge you to
match these anywhere in this city for less than $16.50. . -For
three day s, each i .................... . i . . .f
Silk buyers should be prompt to take advantage of these extra
ordinary price concessions. .Samples on request: ,'v ,"'
Our entire line of Fancy Silks, for waists and suits, In stripes,
checks and novelty patterns; silks that eell regularly at 85c and
$1.00 a yard. Special, yard ........ST
19-inch Colored Taffeta, a splendid quality and a complete line
of all the new shades, our best 75c values. .' Monday, Tuesday
and 'Wednesday yard ........ .....V...i.... ............ .60
lSWnch Dresden Silks, elegant assdrtment of the very, latest
, colorings and a standard $15 grade. ;Mondsy, Tuesdiy and
;Wednesday, yard .i,;.,.,...,. .. 8
27-inch Printed Indiss, dots and figures, 85c gTade .,., 63
20-inch Black Guaranteed Taffeta, yard 60f
19-inch Black Guaranteed Taffeta, a yard
i',27-inch Black Guaranteed taffeta, a yard .......
28-inch Black Guaranteed Taffeta, t yard
..,... ..;' 9 O aj
36-inch Guaranteed Oktttii, $1 .50 grade, Vrd .
PrOGiptly ,C0RNER THIRD AND MORRISON STREETS. Price list
AND VI51T1NO CARDS
W. G. SMITH & Co.
Washington Ouildl ng
April and about the middle of thl
month he Will return to Masbate with
hi -rtde, whom he habrought from
Seattle to Visit hi sister, jar, ercy.
Ml Basel Reed ha card out for a
cently died, and h came up at that linen shower, to be given Tuesday in
time tn b. with the family. . honor of Miss Daisy Freeman, bride-
Last week H. L. Ptttock. V. H. Lead.
a two-month trip
better, Mis Helen Plttock, Mts Oeor-
rlna Leadbetter. Mr. ana . Mra B. J.
Bryan and R. E. William of Portland
were guests at j'aao ooies not springs.
Miss Genevieve Thompson' has (rone
east to attend the commencement of her
class at Bryn Mawr college in Pennsyl
vania. Mlsa Thompson had to leave the
class in her Junior year because of ill
health, ' -
Mrs. Max Flelscbner entertained the
Whist club Friday at the Concordia
club. The prise winner were Mrs. I.
N. Llpman, Mr. Jtutua Lt. Meier, Mr.
Charles Feldenhelmer and Mrs. B. Julius
Invitations are out for the wedding
reception of Ml Ina Luclle Craig and
Arthur Leslie Flnley to be given by Mr.
and Mra. J. P. Flnley Wednesday even-
intr Tun 1 at 1 HT.AIanri atm.t
Mr. end Mr.: Varren E. Thoma. en- ?? A"0" 8 .n J5Y?" ?7
tertalned at dinner a the Hobart Cur- - irL ..ii lVi w,l
tls Friday night 'in - compliment to 5" ,My ?''B, hor2n'
Judge and Mrs. T. O. Hailey, .'; :?
Mlas Florence Williams of The Dalles
is the guest of Mis Helene White. She'
win be the maid of honor at the Reade
Mr. Percy Blyth has cards out for a
large afternoon muaicai next mursaay.
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Dr. and Mrs. Sandford Whiting were
at the Auditorium in Chicago last week.
Mrs.' Philip .Johnson . was In Chicago
lat week on her way west.
Senator and Mrs. George W. McBride
are visiting in Now York.
Mrs. Felix Frledlander entertained at
cards yesterday afternoon. ;
' jury $ " "
EVENTS OF THE WEEK.
White wedding Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. 8. Poernbecher, Miss
Ada Doernbecher and Mrs. Forbes are
expected home next week,- landing In
Seattle Thursday. ; vJ'L.v
Mra D. ; D. Calkins, a pfomlnent so-
Mlss Helen Postal of . Calmer. Iowa,
who is Visiting on the ' coast for the
summer and . who spent i a couple of
weeks In this city."
Those present were Joseph Ellis, Per
ry oeiliemier, m. w, - wjijnn,- iuawa,ra
I Mlnar, Jack Duffy, Frits Abendroth,
the Misses Helen Dosrai, Badte settle
mler. Kittle Nolan, Cora Jolly, Gladys
Chamberlain," Ines Jolly, Kittle O'Brien
and Hattie Jolly, Mr. and Mra U C
Henry. Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Wood-
worth. . , ..-.
Fruit puneh was served during the
elety woman of Tacoma, .visited last game and a delightful luncheon after
week with Mra I. L. Pattereon, en route wards. MlUtary whist was th game of
tu vi mum. wan? i th AvAninr and souvenir nrlcaa nt
Mrs. St. H. Btrlckler and Mr. Allen Miss Dostal. Atlas Ines Jolly.' f. a h-
Percy were at home Very Informally bendroth and J. Duffy, The house was
yesterday afternoon to the friends of Is. bower of evergreens dogwood bios
Mrs. Howard 8 trickier. Mr.1 Howard soma and roses. - -
Btrlckler came from the Philippine ml Mia postal la visiting now with ber
sister, Mrs.. Emma Wallander, wife of
the late, Dr. Wallander: of. Wenatche.
Washington. -' -v,
;:;v.,.;:.:;i : :vV;;.. )2f W tfij M; ' .i
v Mrs. John P, Wager entertained the
Kensington club and invited guest with
a j delightful musical Tuesday after.
noon.- The reception hall waa mad a
bower of green with fern, vine maple
and palm. Vine, fern and a pro
fusion of rose were used in the parlor,
and dining room. The host, wag aa-
stated In receiving by) her niece, Mrs.
Clyde 8eger of Oreaham, . The program
consisted of two duets, violin and piano,
by the Misses Fety, and four solos by
trs Walter Dunford, who.- Is vocal
teacher at th Western Academy of
Music; -"Walts '3onr (Ardlty) i 'Three
Green Bonnets," "Good Night, Little
Girl'' (8ans Soucl) "When long I
gweet" (Macy ). Refreshment f V(r9
(Continued on. Pag Forty- van.)