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HID, I.IIDAY EVENII.'U. OCTOBER X7, lii:
. -v-tiriS nftnrnoon. Miss Javlna Stan
j 1 u:If1. bride-elect. was the honor
t iiM: t at a charming auction bridge
M et j which, Mrs. Craig McMlckun
prdhlded. There were four tabic
at cards and a. number1 of additional
tui-sis vnj caiiea later lor tea. 1 .
Sirs, Lcincnweber J :nlort jiined. .
'CMra, F. M, Wllliamifpn -,entertalned
. esterday and today wlfh five tables at
: tarda lij eorfipllment? to Mrs,; Lemen-
weber of Seattle, a former Fortlander,
v.. who Is a much, feted visitor here. Yea
terday's prize -winners were Mrs, E. M.
Bergen and, Mrs, Frank Vandyue. The
v rooms were attractively decked for both
days With clusters tOf yellow chrysan
. Air. and Mrs. "Saah Depart.
1 Mr. nd UrA T. W. Nash of Minneap
olis lefi this rnornlna; for their home via
. the "Canadian pacific after a three
' weeks visit i in : Portland with Mrs.
Nash's slateft 'Mrs.-Prank1 W.i Swanton.
'ptr Their ? visit has' been the -.cesloa,i,-of
many charming; affairs, Sunday a pari
ty ; of. eight automobiles including-;,ise
V guests1, had dinner at Chanticleer and
last night Mrs. Arnold Neata entertained
: in their honor with a dinner for twelve.
v Miss Erskine Luncheon Hostess, '-t.
.a In compliment to Miss Parker of
. Washington, D. C who Is visiting
friends at Vancouver Barracks, 1 Miss
' i Vlolot JJrsklne entertained yeatarday at
a charmingly appointed luncheon. Those
wno enjoyed her Hospitality were miss
Parker,- Miss Dorothy Huber, Miss Bar
bara ' Mackenzie, Miss Polly Young- of
the army post. Miss Evelyn Carey,. Miss
. Louise Burns, Miss Jan Morrison.
'k'P'A ''-'v:'ir'',.ir .'rv - y
Paper Wedding Celebrated. ?
,?Mr. "'.aadj' Mrs.' Lester . Xong enter
tatnsd delightfully r last evening i with
four tables of Five Hundred to cele
brate their first- wedding anniversary,
Mis Margaret Sutherland and Stanley
B. Borenson won the first prizes and
Mrs. Cy B. Zehntbauer and B, C. Long
won second prizes. , Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Ockwlg, Mr. and
Mrs. C. ' R, Zehntbauer, Mr. and Mrs.
Hood, Mr. 'and Mrs. :, B. C. Long,. Miss
Margaret Sutherland, Miss Nettie Fish
er, Miss Marie Hewitt. Miss Florence
Gam bell, Walter Johnson, Stanley K.
; Soreneon and Bernard McKain.
Barrlman Clnh to Dance.'",, , . ; ,
An Informal dancing ' party' will be
given by the Harrlman club tonight at
the Armory. A 12-piece orchestra will
furnish "the music.. The patronesses
aret Mrs W, M. Nelson, Mrs. J. B.
Eddy, Mrs. J, I. Hemming, Mrs. C G.
. Holland, Mrs. A. E, Hutchinson, Mrs.
A. A. Love, Mrs. NeaJ Murray. The com
v initteo is composed of: C. G. Holland,
chairman; Miss Grace Balrd, Miss Nora
v Thomson, Miss Frances . Pero, Miss
Helen Brown, A. E. Vanstrom, E. B. Lee,
v V. B. Esan, A. B. : Cain and Jerome
BlalsdeU.' , :',!.
Keedle Iub titertaiacd. : ;
Mrs.. WUlianf Weyland entertained a
, few i- members of the Prlsoilla Needle
. club at her' home, '19 Benton street,
Tuesday, afternoonr Mrs. Dr. S. J.
Davis sang very sweetly, Places were
laid foy five others. Present were: Mr.
Elenor Hill, Mrs. Louis fiedgast, Mrs.
r Peter Park. ,
Mrs. Moore Hostess.
Miss Mary Barlow and Jasper Wil.
kins, whose marriage will take place
Octet; er 26, wera the honor guests at an
evening party last Saturday, when Mr.i
Wliklna' sister. Mrs. Sarah E. Moore,
entertained at cards and music. Highest
honors wer held by Mrs. Dora Belter
; and Q. J. Arnold. Mr. Wilklns will take
.his bride on an extended wedding trip
to the orient and Honolulu.
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; McLoughlin Club Dance.
; The McLoughlin club will entertain
with an opening party at Chrlstensen's
hall, Thursday, October 23, at 8:30 p. m.
; The patronesses will be Mrs. J. O'Hare,
Mrs. W. A. Elvers, Mrs. T. F. Meagher
and Mrs. P. J. Smyth. The committee Is:
.. F. S. Meagher, Joseph. J. Kurley, wiu
liam R. 8mth, George 8. Drlscoll, Ray
j, -joomey, j. uivers.
; HoytGraustrotn Wedding.
One of the pretty fall weddings was
that of Miss Hilda Granstrom j.o Lor in
HOyt,.' wnicn- tooic place Tuesday even,
lug. October 14, at tho home of the
. bride's iiarents, : Mr. and . Mrs. L. Gran-
i Strom. The bridal party stood beneath
a bower, of autumn foliage and shaggy
; white, chrysanthemums, where Dr. Rob
ert N.. McLean officiated. The decora
tions consisted of autumn foliage with
v. white chrysanthemums and' roses scat
tered, throughout the rooms. The wed
. ding march was played by Mla Dot
- Jones, and a musical program rendered
. by Ll H. Hansen and A. yv. Ledbury.
, A surprise of the evening was a sere-
u nade by tho Postman's band, of which
Mif Hoyt is a member. The bride was
' attractive In her wedding gown of white
charmeuse, elaborately trimmed with
shadow laoe and pearl ornaments. Her
.full-length VeiKwas caught back with
: orange blossoms, and she ' carried
shower bouquet of Bi-ide roses.:
;Mrs. Albert Ledbury (Eva Herschler).
V- matron of honor, wore her wedding gown
of .ivory crepe meteor, and carried an
' arm bouquet of pink carnations.- Miss
- Roma Granstrom, sister of the bride,
was bridesmaid and was admired In a
; gown' of pale- pink crepe da chins and
earned an arm bouquet of pink earna-
.. tions. - iiarry Hoyt, brother of the
. groom, acted as best man.
,r 'After congratulations a buffet
luncheon was served. ' . Assisting about
tae ;rooms wera Mrs. u. p. Shepherd,
rs. George Snyder, , Mrs. Walter Ford
ana Mrs. nose might. , .. t
: Miss Granstrom is a popular youn
Bouillon made by
droppingan ARMOUR .
BOUILLON CUBE fat
a cup of hot water will "
quickly speed Colonel
R. E. Morse on bis way, .?
The safest, sanest bra
i cer without reaction,
It stimulates the clrcnla-
tloo and soothes the nerves, 1
-'AtOiwn,Irnctsan4 1 1
AaMooaiKO Cosrisv 1
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Mrs. "Ernest -A.-Sterling, who, with
Mr.' Sterling,' left last night for
their home in Philadelphia,- after
a two weeks' visit here the guests
of Dr, and Mrs. Ralph C. Walker.
lady s of the' east . side, and a . talented
musician. Mr. Hoyt la well known and
has been connected with the Portland
postof flea for several years. Mr. and
Mrs. Hoyt will be at home at 125 East
Twenty-fifth, after November 1.
Mrs. George ' C, Snider - of 22 . East
stark street, and her sister, Mrs. D. P.
Shephard of 426 East Ellsworth street
gave a dinner Sunday evening and again
on Wednesday evening In honor of their
mother, Mrs. L. uranetrom, and- Miss
Roma La Vera Granstrom, who will
leave Friday evening for their future
home : in' Eureka, Cal., after attending
the wedding or Airs, uranstrom s daugh
ter, Hilda, to L. A. Hoyt last Tuesday
evening. Mr. Granstrom has been In
California, since June. :
Mrs. Adams Hostess. - i
Mrs. it S. Adams entertained Inform
ally at lunch on Wednesday at her boms
in Rose City Park, her guests belns
Mrs. Zimmerman, Mrs. .. Trimble, Mrs.
Mc Garry, Mrs. Merrick, Mrs. Llchten
berger and Mrs. Erwln.
Society; Notes. - : '
Mrs. Roy E. Fletcher and daughter.
Miss Muriel Fletcher of Oakland. Cat,
are guests in the, city at the home of
their cousins. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Allen.
Miss Vivian Sahlstrom has as her
house guest Miss Jennette Matthews of
southern Oregon.. Miss Sahlstrom will
be hostess at a number of luncheons,
theatre and auto parties In honor of her
guest, m- ..- ' ';! '' . .-
Mr- and Mrs. E. , Ei Coovert will en
tertain the members of the Portia club
and their husbands at their home, 126
Johnson street, Monday evening, October
20.. , :...'-: :! , ,r
Miss Marie Hewitt will leave Sunday
for ..San .Francisco to pass several
weeks - visiting at the home of her
Psychology Clnb Meets. - ; ,
The Portland Psychology club one of
the largest and most active of the many
women's 'organizations, held its first
general open meeting; of the season yes
terday afternoon In the public library.
Plans for the year's work were dis
cussed by ..the of fioers, prominent mem
bers, visitors and chairmen of the read
ing circles. Among the speakers were:
Mrs. Alice Wejster, the president of the
club, who -spoke of the season's outlook
and asked for the cooperation of all the
ladles toward making1 this the most suc
cessful year in ther hlstor of the club.
Other speakers Were: Miss Eaton, one
of the club's lecturers; Anne Shannon
Monroe, the wrltr, who is spending
some time here; Mrs.. Kyle, Mrs. Steele,
Mra KUne, Mrs. Foster and others. The
club Is this year making all of Its gen
oral monthly meetings open to the pub
lic. These will be held at the library
on the third Thursday afternoon of the
month. ' - . !
Mental Culture Clnb.
The Mental Culture club of Roseburg
has started on a mostNnterestlng and
prosperous new year of work. The club i
Tiflgvlule,s the Pla for
Ifs The Specialty Store, where boys find just the sort of clothes they like it Just
the sort of price father likes to pay. ,
BULLETIN for SATURDAY
Boys' Double - Service Suits
One hundred all-wool, excellently tai
lored poys' NoriOlK 5UUS every Suit
with two pairs : full , cut, full : lined
;: Knickerbockers. The fabric are new
est - gray and brown - mixed cheviots
and ctssimeres, and pure worsted blue
serge. ' The sizes 6 to 13, years. The
j price se-.au. ,
hat mo one line ' of study which it Is
pursuinsr, but Is rather giving its time
to a variety, of practical topics of every
(lay InterewL? Their programs as out
lined for the year Includc-domestiC sci
ence, the Initiative 1 and ' referendum,
'The Blue Blrd.'7draH.'' ancient and
modern; children arid factories, economic
position or women', health and sanita
tion. Chlttlmas cuiitoins in other lands,
book reviews, white slave trade, pioneer
days of KoKeburg, the school as a social
center. Indian', -letrnnda. -modern .poets.
birds of ' Oregon, pure food laws, , and
at each meeting a short time Is given to
the discussion of current events. ' The
regular meetings are interspersed; with
social featherings Of various kinds, teas,
musicals and social afternoons.' - -
The club was founded In l95 by Mrs.
Sarah B." Child. The motto of the club
is M ,Tis deeds that win the prise." The
colors are pink and green and the flower
Js the wild rose. The officers of the
club are: President. Mrs William Bells
vice president, Mrs. J. W:, Groves; sec-
secretary,', Mrs. J. W. Oliver; treasurer,
Mra O. B, Hovek.'-'.' t'.t' V
if fiat-' .View ' dnb Mets. ;:.' V.
Tne Bay View club 'held' Its regular
meeting - yesterday afternoon atv the
home of Mrs.Xee Clark.14T East Couch
street. The Lesson " was ' Mexico and
the leader wast Mrs. W. G. Driver, the
president of the club. This closes the
book which was taken up last year. ' At
the next meeting, which will be held the
first Thursday in November, the study
of Berlin will be taken up. This meet
ing will be. held with Mrs. G. H. Ostran
der at the Stelwyn Apartments. -
Portland: Woman i Hears Lon
don - Suffragettes Justify
By N. L.
A clear understanding of the way in
whjch the ardent suffragettes of Eng
land justify their militancy was secured
by Mrs. Laurlts W. Therkelson of Port
land, who recently returned from six
months abroad, much of which time was
spent In a study of the feminist move
ment, Inf England. During July, while
in London. Mrs. Therkelson' witnessed
several interesting events . for which
the militants were responsible;
The arrest of Miss Zelle Emerson of
Jackson, Mich., who is a boon compan
ion of Sylvia Pahkhurst, occurred dur
ing her first days In London. An
American girl arraigned in an English
police court - was a novel incident to
Mra Therkelson, and she resolved to be
present. She arrived Just too late for
the hearing, but was told that Miss Em
erson was sent up for hard labor for
four months and was fined besides. Ths
proceedings she found to be quite Irreg
ular, and , the . charge obscure. Mrs.
Therkelson, after considerable parleying,
arranged to pay the fine, and later be
came fast friends with Miss Emerson.
Mrs. Therkelson relates some inter
esting-English views of Mra Emmellne
Pankfiurst She attended a great mass
meeting called by the Ndn-Party Na
tional Political league for men and wo
men at Queen's hall. The purpose of
the meeting was a discussion of the cat
and -mouse bill.,, .",: . ,:
-Some 5000 people gathered at this meet
ing. Many- speakers were Introduced,
and with one accord at the mention of
the name of Rt. Honorable Reginald Mc
Kenna. the instigator- of the cat and
mouse bill, a hiss went over the- audi
ence. During the address of W. Lyon
B lease, he spoke of Mrs. Pankhurst as
a noble and unselfish woman, and as
one person the great assembly arose and
cheered her to the echo. - , .
i : seeks Justification of Militancy.
v "What I could not see Justification
for," said Mrs. Therkelson, "was the
frightful destruction of property and
general smashing of windows, and I
resolved to find an answer when I went
to suffrage headquarters."
It was pointed out to Mra Therkelson
by the militants that numerical ela
tion of English Women to men Is three
to one. Land owning laws and laws
of heritage are so based In favor Of tho
men that the men fear an upheaval In
all these time worn laws If the women
are given the right of franchise with
their arrest majority. The cause has
bee i. waged for 60 years and 43 of these
years were spent In an absolutely fruit
less , effort, even to be recognised by
the government as a serious issue. One
office seeker after another broke, his
pledges as soon as he had gained his
ends through ths use of the women's
support. Seven years ago, a Russian
nihilist called on Mrs. Pankhurst, point
ing out to her that the English women.
RNDS MILITANCY TO
BE MEANS TO AN END
EVERY MOTHER'S' TONGUE
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CONCERNING ANCESTOR WORSHIP
lated to un Austrian' prince, and her mother's grandfather slept In the cradle of
an English duke. Oh, yes. Her ancestors were all fabulously wealthy, owning
feudal castles galore, and walloping Innumerable vassals ground according to
aristocratic fancy. . ' ' ' " i, ' " " 'V -' - '"'''
"Her latest ancestors all fought In our wars, I believe, and came from the
Mayflower and 'old Virginia families, '!y. : '. ' .'"':'-,-;'
''Then there's her brother. He must be a wonderful man. According to Mrs.
Simpson he is captain of a transatlantic liner, an officer in the English army,
Lthe head of a, vast mercantile business
philanthropist, and extraordinarily wealthy. I have never heard his name men
tioned by anybody else, nor has it ever
"Yet I cannot see any evidences of
Simpson. She-wears a multitude of cheap rings, nd she says I seen Her flat
Is like a pig pen, and hr children run the streets- all day. - Her husband looks
like a down-and-outer, and I know he sews on his own buttons. . She Is a back
stairs gossip and more friendly with the
"So I always think of the descent of
of her ancestors. And If I couldn't show any better results In myself, for all
that went to produce me, I'd be ashamed to tell of the failure."
"It seems to me that Portland, as well
as California, has something to boast
about In the matter of weather, said
Emmet 8. ' Husted, a hotel man. of Del
Monte, Cel., who. Is stopping at the Fort
land. "We may have a little more sun
shine than you, but for this time of the
year, this kind of weather is grand."
9 - .
"I certainly like Portland, but Van
couver looks good to me, for I certainly
found a very accommodating Judge
there." said Leaf 8. Ftnseth, a merchant
of Dallas, who has been at the Imperial
this week, haring come here to attend
the grand lodge session of the Knights
of Pythias. .Tea .the Judge stopped a
case long enough to tlo the nuptial knot
for Miss Bertha M. Tharpe and myself,"
he explained as he registered, again, add-
ina for the first, time the "and wife"
O. M. Frost and family left last night
for Los Angeles, where they will make
their home. , Mrs, Frost Is a sister of
j. o. Elrod and of Mrs. L. K. Moore' of
Mrs. Katie Clark, daughter' of J. V.
Tapp, 6703 Sixty-second avenue, south
east, who has been seriously ill for some
time, was taken to the Sellwood hospital
R. H. Crosier, assistant general pas
senser agent of the North Bank rail
road, has gone to Ooldendale, Wash., to
attend the Klickitat vauey lair.
V. N. Pease, formerly connected with
the Milwaukee railroad st.Tacoipa, has
been appointed chief iera to Jjorsey a.
Smith, general agent of the Grand Trunk
railway in f oruana. . ne na aireaay
entered upon bis duties. - ,
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3i K. Stewart ot.Topeka, Kan., general
passenger agent of the Chicago, Rock
Island ft Pacific railroad, has arrived
in Portland on his annual inspection
trip. He spent yesterday in conferring
with M. J. Geary, general agent hero,
and called on a number of other railroad
men. He expects to go from here to
Seattle. . .X. '
A. M. Xupfer, chief engineer of the
Spokane, Portland & Seattle railroad,
left for Spokane last night on business
for, the company, He has been spending
most of his time of late on the construe-'
like the Russian women, were bound
hand anff foot by conventions that were
"Break the laws," said this - visitor,
"that you may come In contact with the
law. makers,".'. . "..'-:' . s.
This became the militants' slogan and
they have aimed In a campaign-of glass
Smashing to attack such merchants as
wero paying starvation wages to their
employes. People with private griev
I : . - ' - VCv . . II
LIKE to believe that w are considerably
better than the people of any previous'
generation; 'that we know more, that we
v are kinder, and that we insist upon a
i higher standard ' of living.' V In 'ether
words, I believe In the, ascent .of man
, rather, than the 'descent,'" said a bright
woman. '; ''v. . '
5. : -""Butr after"-TYe heard - Mrs,- Simpson
, talk I'm tempted , to believe In the de
scent of man," she went on, with a quick
A little laugh. Ht ,f.--'" 1 &.
"Mrs. Simpson, ' you know, had iari-
cestors. She rubs them Into you : upon
- every occasion. .'I I believe sho is related
to every, noble house In Europe. On- the
paternal side she descends from an Irish
.;. klne. On the maternal side she is re
in, Canada, a famous scientist, a great
appeared in public print, so far as I Know,
aristocracy or wealth in or about Mrs.
Janitor's wife than - with anybody else.
manWhen' I listen to Mrs, Simpson -talk
tlpn work between Portland and Garden
Home, where the Oregon Electric tracks
are being straightened, Involving con
slderable movement of earth in cuts and
James Wood, manager of the Bt
Francis hotel at San Francisco, Is at
L. Van Dusen, a business man of
Astosla, Is a guest at the Multnomah.
, Henry Blakeley, a Northern Paclflo
Railway official, from Tacoma. and
wife, are stopping at the Portland. v
William Faversham and his leading
lady, Miss Collier, are guests at the
George James, a business man Of As
toria, is registered at the Multnomah.,
Misses Gloria -and Marie Graham of
Chicago are stopping at the Portland.
C. H. .Watsek, a tlmberman of Wauna,
Or., and wife, are guests at the Portland.
H. G. Miller, a business man of The
Dalles, and wife, are at the Portland. .
. Gilbert L. Hall and George W. Rob
blns, Indian -agent at the Warm Springs
reservation, are stopping at the Im
perial. -' f-. - -. y
W. D. Moreland. a lumberman of Ta
ooma, is a guest at the Imperial.
Professor ErtcW. Allen of the TJnl
verslty of Oregon is registered at the
Frank J. Miller, a member of the state
railway commission, is at the Imperial
Charles S. Albert, a business" man of
Spokane, Is stopping at the Oregon.
W. N. Dill, a manufacturer of Decatur,
111., Is at the Oregon.
F, W. Sumner of the Sumner Iron
Works, at Everett, Is at the Oregon.
W. J. Clark, a merchant of Independ
ence, Is a guest at the Oregon.
Frank Hughes, a grain man of;Hepp
ner, is a guest at the Perkins.
f Guy Wlllard. a tlmberman of Spokane,
is registered at the Perkins,
c F. ,N., WJQn, a dairyman of Tilla
mook, Is stopping at the Perkins.
R, A. Powell and C. H. Cook, timber
men of Aberdeen, are guests at the
V. J. Brown, a realty man of Inde
pendence, Is stopping at the Cornelius.
T w. Glavey, a mercnant. oi uurur,
is registered ai the Cornelius.
Dr. J. W. Wilhelm of Condon Is reg
istered at the Cornelius.
Paul S. Bandy, a merchant of Jackson
ville, Or., Is at tho Cornelius. '
ances have allied themselves with tho
militants and have under cover of the
organisation committed crimes not sanc
tioned by that body.
Have You Seen
The vonderful dances Alliston and
Trucco the staircase waits and Texas
Tommy dance? The sensation of the
day. Arcadian Garden, Hotel Multno
In the heart of the shop
ping district 143 Sixth,
lust off Alder..
WAFEN T0, RECOVER - .
y To recover a shotgun confls
e. ; cated. gtate . Game Warden ,
e 5 linleyTck Rasmussen , has '
started -Ua Itt the district court
e ' against' Finley1. Basmussen was
arrested for violation of the state
game laws and his ."gun : was
e taken from i him.1 ; He contends
that the confiscation was Illegal.
1 Many other hunters are la the '
some fix that - Basmussen - finds
himself snd are awaiting the
outcome of the suit. , :,,'
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A German naval V officer claims 'to
have invented 'a 'method for sending
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of what you wou Id have to pay if you could
buy the coat ready-made. Send the coupon
below for complete directions. The yarn
used is-FIeiaher' Germantown Zephyr,
4-fold, one of the sixteen . itJ
Four-fifths of the yarn users of America have been
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should convince you iiat you also should use only the
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these yarns look best and wear longest. - Whatever kind
of yarn you need, always insist on Fleisher's -look, for,
the trade-mark on every skein. -.," '-.!
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