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lll!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIII!lll!llIllllllinilllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!IIIIl' About Phoenix People I nilllllllllllllllllllUllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIillllllllllllllllinill!llllllllllllillllllllllllll7 Exceedingly boautiful and Impres sive was the wedding last evening at Trinity Episcopal church of Miss Mar guerite Mabury James, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. James, and Frank Met calf Drescher of Prescott, Arizona. The ceremony was performed by Reverend J. V. Atwood, the ring service being used. The church was unusually pret ty, n. color scheme of green and white being used throughout )n the decora tions. The altar was banked with pep per sprays, asparagus ferns and bunches of white oleanders , while above the birdal party were festoons of asaparagus ferns. The chancel railing was also banked with the ferns and white oleanders. Huge bunches of the oleanders marked the entrance to the pews and pepper sprays were sus pended from the chandeliers. As the bridal party, approached the wedding inarch from Lohengrin was played and following the ceremony Mendel sohn's by Mrs. Mary Porter. Tho bride was attired in an elaborate gown of white chiffon cloth over taffeta, made empire-princess style, with a panel of hand made lace. The skirt was trimmed with a broad hem of white messaline and a dainty sprav of white chiffon roses trimmed the waist. The beautiful veil, which was loaned by a dear friend, was of real brussels lace. She carried a shower bouquet of lilies of the valley. First in the bridal procession came two little flow er girls, Miss Edith James and Miss Dorothy Heighton in dainty white frocks of French lawn with trimmings of va! lace and iink ribbons. Then the ushers. Heighton James, Roy N. Davidson. A. Longacre and R. H- Lo land followed. Next came the bride's maids. Miss Ruth Jessop, who walked alone, gowned in pink messaline made princess with trimmings of pink em broidered fillet lace and carrying pink La France roses; folowed by Miss Shiiely Miner and Miss Grace Stacy who carried pink roses and walked to gether. Miss Miner wore pink mes saline made empire princess with trimmings of pink chiffon and duchess lace. Miss Stacy also wore pink mes saline made empire prncess with trimmings of princess lace and silver embroidery. Miss Helen Ely, maid of honor, followed in a princess gown of white chiffon taffeta, with trimmings of hand made lace, carrying pink La France roses. The bride who entered on the arm of her father, was met at the altar by the groom and the best man, A. D. Barnhardt, of Prescott. Immediately after the ceremony a large reception was given at the res idnece of the bride's parents, 54 Port land Ploce. The home was lovely in a profusion of flowers, the recep'ion and living rooms being a mass of pink and white roses and swet peas. The wide veranda which was enclosed with Indian blankets and palms, with fes toons of pepper sprays and olive branches and bunches of pink sweet peas was decided!;- attractive. A de licious buffet supper was served dur ing the evening. The bride's going away gown was of brown wool rajah with hat, gloves and shoes to match. Mr. and Mrs. Prescher left on the midnight train for Denver and other points in Colorado where they will spend their honeymoon, and will then be at home to their friends In Pres cott after July the first. Miss Mary Ferguson was the host ess of a delightful lawn party Friday evening at the home of her sister, Mrs. Hoy McPeek. Japanese lanterns were hung between the trees and small ta bles were placed in the shady nooks whore delicious refreshments were served. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Roy McPeek, Mr. and Mrs. El mer Meker, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Wor den, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hamerick. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Dobbs, Mrs. M. J. Dobbs, Mrs. Maggie Jacobs, Miss Edna Robinson, Miss Millicent Keat- I ing. Miss Amo Hill. Miss Blanche "Whittle. Miss Hattie Hinder, Miss May Blaine. Miss Lena Lake, C. F. Brandt, P. F. Kerr, Mark Hines, T. A. Tully, Jay Mackey. Clyde Blaine, Charles Peterson, Emerson 'Whittle and Er nest Whittle. Cards have ben received by Phoenix friends announcing the marriage of Miss Rosa Marie Dickert and Mr. Na than Davis Whitman. This happy in cident occurred in Los Angeles on Thursday, May 7. Mr. and Mrs. Whit man wil be at home at 2307 West Thir tieth street, Los Angeles after June 1st Of the groom little is known here but the fact that he has married Miss Dickert is sufficient testimonial for the many friends of the latter in this city. No. more popular young woman could be found in the city than she was during her residence here of two or thYee years. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Dickert and came her from Milwaukee a number of years ago, spending- her winters here and returning homc in the summer time. She went from here to Los An- FIT THE GROCER. Wife Made the Suggestion. A grocer has excellent opportunity to know the effects of special foods on his customers. A Cleveland grocer has a long list of customers that have been helped in health by leaving off coffee and using Postum Food Coffe. He says, regarding his own experi ence; "Two years ago I had been drinking coffee and must say that I was almost wrecked in my nerves. "Particularly in the morning I was so irritable and upset that I could hardly wait until the coffee was serv ed, and then 1 had no appetite for breakfast and did not feel like attend ing to my store duties. One day my wife suggested that inasmuch as I was selling so much Postum there must be some merit in K and suggested that we try it. I took home a package and she prepared it according to directions. The result was a very happy one. My nervous ness gradually disappeared and today I am all right. I would advise every one affected in any way with nerv ousness or stomach troubles, to leave off coffee and use Postum Food Cof fee." "There 's a Reason." Read "The Road to Wellville," in pkgs. Every read h above letter? A new one appears from time to time. They are genuine, true, and full of human interest. " geles some two or three years ago and the coast city has been her home ever since. A multitude of friends in Phoe nix circles will wish for Mr. and Mrs. Whitman, all the joys of a long and prosperous life. Mr. and Mrs. J. A, R. Irvine announce the engangement of their daughter Anna Leach to Albion Horatio Mc Lellan. Miss Irvine was born and raised in Phoenix and numbers her friends by the score. Mr. McLellan, who hase been a resident of this city for several years, is a popular and ris ing young business man. The wedding will take place the latter part of June. . Isadore and Edward Melczer return ed Saturday morning from Stanford University andwill remain over vaca tion. Miss Maggie Darow who came over from Los Angeles to act as brides' maid at the Love-Ambrose nuptials, returned to her home Wednesday. Mr .and Mrs. Warren Drescher of Prescott arrived in the city yesterday to attend the Drescher-James wedding last night. . Miss Beth Van Fossen of Los An geles is the guest of Mrs. Ralph Scales for several weeks. . . . Miss Elsie Munger was the honoree at a pretty dinner Friday evening giv en at the "Den" by Miss Helen Owen. The dainty center piece of the table was of pink sweet peas. Covers were laid for Miss Elsie Munger, Miss Hel en Owen, Charles Munger and Clay Parker. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Smith will be at home to their friends this summer at 5 East Adams street. mm Mrs. J. Y. T. Smith and daughter, Mrs. George Buxton, who have been visiting in town for several davs, re turned to their home in Bisbee Sat urday evening. AVednedsay evening at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Wade Ambrose, Miss Marv Al mira Ambrose and James Henry Love were united in marriage. Reverend Crutchfied, presiding elder of the M. E. Church. South, officiating. The home was beautifully decorated, the color scheme pink and white, being prettily carried out with pink and white roses and sweet peas. The bay window where the ceremony was per- , formed, was a bank of ferns and sweet peas. The bride was exceedingly charming in an exquisite gown of white crepe de chene with trimmings. of fillet duchess lace and pearl orna ments: and carried bride's roses. The two bride's maids. Miss Beth Van Fos sen and Miss Maggie Darow were gowned In white silk mull and carried 1 pink and white sweet peas. The cere mony was only witnessed by relatives and a few Intimate friends. The bride's going-away gown was of green broadcloth with hat and gloves to match. Mr. and Mrs. Love left on the midnight train for the Grand Can yon, Seattle, Portland and Honolulu where thev will make their home. The West Side Bridge Club was delightfully entertained last Thursday evening by Mr. and Mrs. George Christy, Miss Lauretta Cook, Miss Faye DeMund, Miss Angle Parker and Miss Hazel DeMund were substitutes. The high score was made by George Christy. The club will meet this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cope. This will be the last meeting of the club, and the prizes for the high scores of the season will be awarded. Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Hosey entertained with an exceedingly charming dinner Tuesday. A centerpiece of La France roses were used with beautiful effect In decorating the table. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Vere Goldthwaite Mr .and Mrs. Frank Hilderbran and Lauren Hosey. Mrs. Goldthwaite will be pleasantly remembered as Miss Ellen Beach Yaw. Friday evening the senior class of the Phoenix high school were tend ered a recption by the junior class in Melczer hall. The rooms were beau tifully decorated In the colors of the two classes, red, white and green. After an enjoyable musical program a banquet was served. Besides the members of the two classes there were present the faculty and the trustees and their wives. Thursday evening a delightful pic nic was enjoyed by a jolly crowd who left the Olivette ranch on a hay rack and rode to Echo Canyon, where a de licious picnic lunch was enjoveih The picnicers were Miss Mamie Gibbons, Miss Portia Baker, Miss Sadie Allen, Miss Helen Owen, Miss Elsie Munger, Miss Marguerite Adams, Miss Edna Murray, Mrs. Roy Thomas, pus Noll, George Lutgerding. Dr. Roy Thomas, Joe Green, Tom Prescott, Charlie Munger, Clay Parker, E. S. Sprague and Perry Munger. One of the most delightful social af fairs of the past week was the bridge and 500 party given by Mrs. A. C. Baker Wednesday afternoon compli mentary to her sister, Mrs. J. B. Al exander, of Sacaton. The home was unusually beautiful with its profusion of La France roses and ferns. Mrs, Baker was assisted In receiving by Mrs. John Page, Mrs. Clarence Stacy and Miss Grace Stacy. The prizes for the high scores at the game of bridge were received by Mrs. Harry Trltle and Mrs. Dave Goldbery and for 500 by Mrs. Shibly and Mrs. Alexander. Miss Shirley Miner and Miss Grace Stacy were the charming hostesses at a delightful heart party Friday even ing at the home of the latter, when they entertained the bridal paity of the Drescher-James wedding. The home was exceedingly attractive with its floral decorations, a red color scheme being effectively carreid out. with the use of red roses and red sweet peas. The same dainty color scheme was carreid out in the menu. The prizes nt the game of hearts were received by Miss James and Roy PrZ'pt'fVT'f''' S5s3r;tyww'i; nr,,,,,,,,,,,...,,, ,vy,v, ....,.l,.,,v.,w,), v. 88 ' f"rrjTv Alfred Benjanin & Co., Makers New York. Seabright i i v izm-- -Mt;t i v. -y t' fTa 'ic fr -r -- cv -teaf -lii- ,a -I.. m til it! Outing y 7 v JHE hand of the master workman is evident in every de tail of this suit. M In style and finish the "Benjamin" Seabright Outing represents the highest standard in ready to wear clothing, it is the standard of the b:st dressed men in New York. 'Ml The fabrics are very beautiful. Tans, jl Olives, London jftj Smokes, with pencil and " regatta stripes, 'tat blues and blacks. if) We earnestly invite you to come and see I) these handsome gar- j mentsand.to note the modest paices. A IP' -'-J 5 iVd - l - y&t 7 Vl:'- 7 ' - - - ,- J - t& i aft I 1 4 mi ft! ill ?1i :-i : ;Jr . , m . S3-; 11! 1 Sii Davidson. The bridal party consists of Miss Marguerite James, Miss Helen Ely, Miss Ruth Jessop, Miss Shirley Miner, Miss Grace Stacy, Frank Dres cher, A. D. Barnhart, Heighton James, H. P. Lelund, A. Longacre and Roy Davidson. Miss Crekmur and Miss Myers, of Prescott visited in Phoenix the past week. I. T. Stoddard returned the first of the week from a short visit in Los Angeles. Frank Brown of Prescott was a week-end visitor in town. Miss Helen Ely who has been at tending Stanford university returned home Thursday. f Mrs. W. W. Wadllngton and Miss Dixie Wadlington returned to their home in Prescott Thursday. Arthur Luhrs and Hubert Hunter re turned Wednesday from Stanford un-. iversity. Sims Ely returned Thursday from a short visit in Los Angeles. The Monday Club met last week at the home of Mrs. Leo Goldman. Mrs. Harry Trille made the high score. Mrs. Barry Goldwater will entertain the club tomorrow afternoon. Mrs. Sims Ely entertained Mrs. Clay Leonard, Mrs. J. Sherburne Jencks and Mrs. Clark Churchill informally at luncheon Tuesday. 'A. 'K. Stacy' returned Friday from Springfield, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Heighton of Tucson are visiting in town, the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. K. James. . Mrs. Roy Goodrich and Miss Edna Murray leave next Saturday for Springfield, Illinois. Miss Murray has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Roy Goodrich, during the past winter and made many friends who will regret to hear of her Intended departure. Mrs. Goodrich will return to Phoenix in the fall. Mrs. J. B. Alexander, who has been the house guest of Mrs. A. C. Baker for several days, left Friday for her home in Sacaton, Arizona. A theater party to hear Miss Ellen Beach Yaw Tuesday evening was com posed of Mr. and Mrs. Ad Farish, Mrs. J. Mills Kendrick, Mrs. Dwight B. Heard and Miss Elizabeth Kendrick. ... Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Davidson pleas antly entertained the Neighborhood Bridge Club Friday evening. Mrs. W. C. Foster and H. B. Wiikerson substi tuted. The high scores were made by Mrs. Foster and Dr. Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kennedy will entertain the club this week. Sacred concert at the First M. E. church on Sunday evening May 17 at eight o'clock. A very excellent program of chorus and quartette work will be given. Miss Ramona Rollins and Ernest Wilson will be the soloists. s;inita of ini- iimiiiimmiiiiiiiimiiiiuimimittimmiii From Valley Neighborhoods uiiiiiiiimiiimiiimniiiiiiiiinmiHiiiimiT NEWS OF SCOTTSDALE. Scottsdale, May 16. (Special Cor respondence of The Republican. The funeral of little Ruth Hayden, held from the Hayden home, was very largely attended. The beautiful lit tle white casket or ' couch was cov ered with a mass of" flowers which with the encouraging and com forting words spoken by Rev. McLeod George, chaplain Scott and j Mr. Trumbull will tend to create only I pleasant memories of the last earthly The Scottsdale school is picnicing today, Friday, up by Camelback, cel ebrating their last clay of school. A very successful eii;ht months school taught by Miss Grace George is just ended. We have one graduate in th person of Hugh Hayden and the nor mal at Tempo is promised another student next year. Mr. Pfaff has gone to a rium in Colorado with hope proving his health. Mr. and Mrs. Emert. who spent a minute here several . years ago and returned not long ago on account of Mr. Emert's health which has been quite poor for some time past. The Wards entertained some of their friends Thursday afternoon. They expect shortly to return to Cal ifornia. Mrs. Shepherd was out from Phoenix Thursday. ' She reports that Percy is not real well at present. Miss Gussie Hajden missed two days at the Normal on account of Ruth's death. Mrs. Rothrock has been quite ill but is quite recovered again. Mrs. Hughes is having one of her tents here moved over to Tcr.ipe. The Graves people are planning to leave shortly but their plans are not yet complete. We will miss them. V. A. V. NEWS OF ALHAMBRA. Alhainbra, May 13. (Special Corre spondence of The Republican. Mrs. Klune and daughters of Tempe are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Wage and a party of frineds picniced at the river Friday. The many friends of Mrs. Stroud are glad to se-e her out again after her long seige of sickness. The Alhambra school closed for the year Friday afternoon by rendering a literary, and musical program follow ed by refreshments. 'I he .Misses Louise RenatTd and Ellen Helen hav ing completed the eighth grade work received diplomas. Superintendent Fulton was present and after a brief talk presented the diplomas. The fol lowing Is the program: Good Morning School Recitation The Minister's Visit"... ., Momer Quist Recitation What Mother Kays Dolly's Lesson Maude Stroud Song P.uinhio Bee's Party ...School Recitation A Naughty Boy Xaeho Ahril Recitation Brown's Mistake Papa's Letter Saraphine Renaud Recitation--My Shadow. Willie Torrez Motion Exercise and Songs Primary Grade Recitation Dolly's Pocket Circe Wilson Recitation When We Milked Solomon Sells Sons Sunshine .School Dialog The Doll's Hospital Soiik The Laughing Boy School Recitation Little Jim.. ..Sllcn Helm Recitation The Exeriinent Tom Stinnett Recitatii n A Mistake ...Lucy Sells Recitation Tho Kicker Raymond Percy Son. g Spring Jennie Torrez Dialog No Peddlers Wanted Si. UK The Good Old U. S. A. ..School '.'citation 'Sposin' Helen Helm Recitation The Grandma Doll.. .. Jennie Torrez Solo My Iv'd One Rest Louise Renaud Dialog The Ivdl Show Song Vacation Days School Recitation Our Sary Ann Katie Helm Recitation The Raggedy Man Vcrle Wilson Recitation Many and Dinah Fetra Torrez Recitation Kate Shelly Song Our Flag School Louise Renaud lias Drill School In German Hotels Ask Not For Beer. In the Land of Beer certain sur prises await you,, if you have lived in anticipation of the foaming brew. The German likes his beer, as he likes or dislikes it. the fact remains that he cannot get it in the fash ionable restaurants of Berlin. If you tro to so fino a hotel as the Bris- ! t..l thnrit ,rrter hr with VOUr meal, it may be that the ma-stre d'totel. purely from the goodness of his heart, will send out and get it for you. in which case it will be brought to you in a beautiful little stone jug and you will 4ay'for it five times over; but if you have the te merity to order jour favorite brew at such a restaurant as Miller's in Filter den Linden, or Der Reiehshoff. in the Wilhelmstrasse. you will come such a croper as did the American who asked for plum-pudding at the Cafe Riche in 1'aris. "Monsieur." said the stitely mautre d'uhotel. on that occasion, "this cafe has never served, does not serve and never wil serve plum-puding!" Note quite so bad as that in ter linfor if you are willing to first or der a bot3 of wine, which you may drink, or fcVve to the waiter, or put in your pocket, as you please, you will then be graciously permitted to drink as much beer as you have a taste for. If you are a teetotaler or won't order wine, then you can get neither food nor letr, and may tho devil tike you for troubling them. Fo this, the Berliner has to thank tl.e wine trust, which controls the fash ionable establishments of the ity and has led to the significant t'.lvl sion of al restaurants and the beer restaurants. From "Famous Cafe and Restaurants Abroad." by Aubrey Lanston in The Behemian for May. As usual at the Air Dome n ari"" priate Sunday night program of mo tion pictures and songs, the f.-ature picture being "Shanis OPrlen.