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THE SUNDAY OREGOXTANfc PORTLAVO. OCTOBER 13, 1912.
lng-room. The library was In the! was flower girl, and wore an embroid-
Beason s yellow blossoms, roses, chrys-lered lingerie frock over pink silk, and
anthemums and dahlias. The veran- I carried a gold basket filled with Cecil
das were inclosed for the occasion, and Brunner roses. Before the ceremony
hanging baskets of geraniums and Miss Irene Flynn sang Gounod's "Ave
potted plants were effectively com- Maria," and a stringed orchestra played.
bined with seasonable blossoms. A About 400 invitations were sent out for
Duplet supper was served and dancing the reception from 9 to 10:30 o'clock.
was enjoyed after the departure of the I Receiving with the bridal party were
pride and bridegroom. Miss Hazelton Mr. and Mrs. Shea, parents of the bride
Williams caught the bride's bouquet. Mrs. Simcoe Chapman, of San Francisco,
Secreted in the white satin favors were
the ring, penny, button and thimble.
mother of the bridegroom; Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Rogers Stearns (Miss Anne
J. Frank Shea, Jr. Mrs. Shea was dis
tinguished in a black lace gown, built
over white satin, with touches of Amer
ican Beauty. She wore a handsome dia
mond necklace, and a corsage bouquet
of orchids. Mrs. Chapman was in pale
gray crepe,, built over pink, trimmed
with cut steel. Mrs. Stearns wore white
EWBERG GIRT, BECOMES THE)
BRIDE OF I'OIHXAD MAN.
To Mr. McArthur fell the button and shea); Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Shea,
Mr. Wernicke, whose engagement to Judge and Mrs. Henry E. McGinn, and
.dubs uftiaiaa nan nas just Deen an
nounced. secured the ring. The re
ception was doubly significant, as It
marked the formal presentation of
Miss Maisie MacMaster to society. The
bride Is one of the most popular and
attractive members of the younger set.
with a charm and grace of manner
that endears her to all. She has been
educated in Portland and the East and
passed much time abroad. Mr. Mason
comes from a prominent Virginia fam
ily, is a graduate of -the University of
Virginia and a D. K. E. He Is also
a member of the University and Wa
verly Country Clubs, and is manager
for the Columbia Creosoting-Company.
Mrs. Mason's traveling suit- was
smart costume of dark blue cloth, worn
with a chic small hat trimmed with
dark blue feather. Mr. and Mrs. Ma
son, after a short wedding trip, will be
at home at their new residence, Kashi
Yama, Overllnks, adjoining the Mac
One of the most enjoyable affairs of
tne week was the bridge given by Mrs.
W. W. Cotton at their residence on the
Sandy road beyond Gresham, in compli
ment to Mrs. S. R. Johnson, who re
cently returned from an extended Eu
ropean trip. Eight tables were ar
ranged In the rooms, which were dec
orated with a profusion of dahlias.
Card honors fell to Mrs. Ralph Eugene
Kingsbury, Mrs. L. W. Sitton, Mrs.
Frank Nau, Mrs. J. Ernest Laidlaw,
Mrs. Frederick P. Morey, Mrs. Mark
Gill, Mrs. Benjamin Lombard and Mrs.
Thomas- O'Day. The guests Included
Mrs. George Wentworth. Mrs. L. W.
Sitton, Mrs. U J. Wentworth, Mrs.
Frank Ransome, Mrs. B, L. Sabin, Mrs.
L. Steele. Mrs. L. H. Tarpley, Mrs.
Thomas O'Day, Mrs. Frank Xau, Mrs. R.
L. Chipman. Mrs. Mirsch, Mrs. W. S.
Dunckley, Mrs. Benjamin Lombard,
Mrs. E. L. Thompson, Mrs. Frederick P.
Morey, Mrs. Fielding Kelly. Mrs. Ever.
ett Ames. Mrs. Thomas D. Honeyman,
Mrs. Ralph Kingsbury, Mrs. J. D.
Honeyman, Mrs. Charles Curry, Mrs.
James Kerr, Mrs. A. W. Payne, Mrs. Er
nest Laidlaw, Mrs. Mark Gill, Mrs.
Johnson, Mrs. Collingswood. Mrs.
George Collins, Miss Inez Barrett.
- Mrs. Helen La (Id Corbett was a din
ner hostess Friday evening preceding
the Honeyman dance at Hotel Multno
mah. Her guests Included Miss Jean
Mackenzie, Miss Lesley Smith, Roderick
Macleay, Kurt Koehler and Irving Web
Miss Frances Pelton-Jones, of New
York, nas returned to Portland after
an absence of II years, and Is the lnspl'
ration for much entertaining. Miss Pel'
ton-Jones Is a former Salem girl but
passed several years in Portland. Mrs.
Warren E. Thomas was hostess at a
3Ira. Harry I. Taylor.
An attractive weddingvwas sol
emnized at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. David L. Klock, Newberg,.
- Or.; Wednesday evening, October
9. when their daughter. Miss
Verda Leone, was married to
Harry P. Taylor, of this city.
The bride wore a beautiful satin
gown, with an overdress of silk
marquisette, and carried a
shower bouquet -of white roses.
The wedding came as a surprise
to the numerous friends of the
bride and groom; only the imme
diate relatives were present. The
ceremony was performed by Rev.
Mr. Norwood, pastor of the Bap
tist Church of Newberg. Mr. and
Mrs. Taylor will leave shortly for
California, where they will
spend their honeymoon, and will
make their home In this city.
charmeuse, veiled with shadow lace,
deliehtfiii tea Thursdav In honor of trimmed with bands of pink satin, and
Miss Pelton-Jones. About 50 of her old a drape of duchess lace, which was on
friends called during the hours between ner own weuuins sown, nue wore a
1 and 5. The Thomas residence was I bouquet ' of Richmond roses. Mrs.
nrettllv decorated with Autumn foil- Charles A. Shea was In pink crepe me
aire and chrysanthemums. A cluster of teor, with an overdrape of laciv and a
pale pink chrysanthemums centered the white aigrette In her coiffure. Mrs.
tea table, at which Mrs. John Claire I McGinn was In a yellow satin, with lace
Monteith, Mrs. Edgar B. Piper and Mrs. drape, and wore a bird of paradise in
Rudolph Prael presided. Mrs. Thomas her hair. Mrs. Frederick Stanley, Mrs.
received her guests In a handsome gown I J. P. O Brlen, Mrs. J. R. Wiley and Mrs.
of white chiffon with rose trimming, uavia u. uunne presiaea in tne (lining
Miss Pelton-Jones was distinguished In I room. Stationed at the punch bowl
i chamoasrne colored silk, veiled with I were Miss Ida Shea, Miss Louise Poul
black lace, with pink rose buds at the I sen and Miss V'One Guthrie. Miss Lola
corsage. Mrs. piper s gown was an em- Lina was tne iortunate captor oi tne
broldered white marquisette. Mrs. Prael bride s bouquet. Mrs. Chapmans trav
wore a chiffon robe embroidered in I ellng costume was a smart tailored suit
pastel shades. Mrs. Monteith was in I of dark-blue serge, with a seal-colored
black chiffon over white satin. (valour toque, trimmed with a sliver
Miss Pelton-Jones will be at the Hotel rose. She carried a large moleskin
Bowers until after the harpsichord con- muff, and wore a corsage bouquet of
cert which she will give In the Hotel I American Beauty roses. Mr. and Mrs.
Multnomah Friday evening. This con- I Chapman left for Banff for a ten days'
:ert is under the direction of Mrs. i wedding trip, and upon their return
Warren E. Thomas and Miss Muriel will be at the Shea residence for a few
Williams. I days before going to their home in
I Rorlrolav Mra Ohnnman ia A nmtfv
Unusual Interest centers around the I of the Dion,je tvDe. ana nouular in
announcement just made of the en- her et and her many (riends regret
gagement of Mlsg Malda Hart and Carl ,h t h , , reside In Portland.
U Wernicke. Inasmuch as both are very she is the third daughter of Mr. and
popular in """"J- . ,. . ry , I Mrs. J. F. Shea, and sister to Mrs. WII
nouncement was maoe at a. ueiisniiu. Uam Castlemani now lvlns ln New
luncheon at which Miss M 11a Wessin- Vork. Mrs IrTing. R Stearns, the Misses
ger presided on Tuesday in honor of Ivelou and Dorothy Shea, and Charles
Miss Romalne Wood and Miss Barbara and prank sheu Mr, Cnapman ,3
Lowe, house guests of airs. Frederick on of MrjJ Blmcoe Chapman formerly
xi. u.i.. v,'"-"" ""- of Portland, and is a brother to Fred
erick Chapman. Both Mr. and Mrs.
Gilbert R. Durham. Mrs. Gerald . rhmn wn.
centered with an artistic basket of yel
low roses were Mrs. Stanley G. Jewett,
Beebe. Mrs. Chester Griffin Murphy,
Mrs. Ersklne Wood, Miss Lesley Smith,
Miss Stella Frohman. Miss Cornelia
Cook, MJss Genevieve Thompson, Miss
Jean Mackenzie. Miss Katherine Hart
Allen Preparatory School and entered
the University of Michigan.
Mrs. William H. Skene, accompanied
' - . I i . v. e r ....... i .1 -
Miss Anita Burns. Miss Lucile Parker """ j.,,
-Ji.. ni w.i.n.r 'e't Tuesday for a six weeks' trip to
Miss Hart is the eldest daughter of
i 1 1 . I .. n U.i rt o .i .1 o lt- I
ter of Miss Katherine Hart and Philip
Hart. .She Is an athletic girl, a devotee Pf"'"? "e Summer in Minneapolis and
of golf, an excellent horsewoman and r."" .
one of the best women polo players ln fd last week Mrs Johnson has been
n ...i hi,, i a o i ii Tnrt- the guest of Mr. and Mrs. George VI .
land Hunt Club, the Multnomah Amateur Porter and of Mrs. George P. Case, in
Athletic and the Waverly country """WW".
ri,.Ks xf Wnrntrlt f ts the son of
Mrs Frederick Carl Wernicke. - He Is Mrs. Frank N. Gilbert was a luncheon
m'.rr of th Portland offio of the hostess on Friday at Alexandra Court
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing In Honor or miss .trances -eucn jones,
tnrr,Yanv n M ,i 1 I) Til t in DP T or tne JT - I ,J ' -1 c w ' . w ..... i y vl. uil.biiu.
llne-tnn i-'niversitv. Multnomah Amateur Seated around the table, which was cen-
n-,.riv r-nimtrv cinhs. tered with red rosebuds, were: Mrs.
warren xuuiuus, .ti r b. .a. o, uiesj.,
rmniim.niinir Mrs. J. w. "Whallv. I Mrs. Edgar H. Piper, Airs, louis tuiarKe,
who celebrated her 71st birthday on Mrs. L W. Church. Mrs. F. A. Alllston,
Tuesday, her daughter, Mrs. J. Frank Mrs. Gibson Montague and the hostess.
"Watson, presided at luncheon. The table .,, . . ... ,., . ,
was centered with a huge basket of Miss Hazel W eldler left tot week to
ivoo xu ... i f Mra Rnhart YJ Sit rnnir
Corsage bouquets of violets centered v M" ,
rith a tiny Ktliarney rosebud were
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Voorhles, who
left several weeks ago for the Bast to
place their daughter. Miss Margaret,
and. son, Gordon, in school, returned
Klven to the guests, and quaint minla
tures marked places for Mrs. Whalley,
Mrs. Henry W. Corbett. Mrs. Raleigh
Stott. Mrs. P. M. Anderson Mrs. C. H. home Su'nday.
Lewis, Mrs. X. i JiHUl I1U MtO. Xfc.
taiisan. Mrs. John White Brown, of Tacoma,
Miss Evelyn WMIson left last week h b "l ' moh1tJMS;
for Medford. . She will be a guest, at
the Wilson ranch for several weeks.
One of the prettiest home weddings
which has taken place ln Portland for
some time was that of Miss Mabel
Helen Shea and Roland Earl Chapman,
which occurred Tuesday. October S, at
the home of the bride's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. John Francis Shea, on Glisan
street. Father McDevltt performed tne
the keeping of the bridegroom by her
father. Mrs. Coe A. McKenna was ma-
J. A. Brown, .at the Hotel Portland for
a week. They left Sunday for Victoria
for a fortnight. Upon their return to
Portland Mrs. Brown will pass a few
days at the Portland before returning
The patronesses for the series of lec
tures to be given by "the Hypatian
Round Table are Mrs. W. B. Aver. Mrs.
Walter J. Burns. Mrs. Helen Ladd Cor-
-as . . : .
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-every garment is perfeet in every detail
when it leaves my establishment. .
.' I guarantee you a perfect. fit, good-work-.
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ing trip to San Francisco, arrived there
Tuesday and registered at tne bt. fran-
cis HoteL .
Mr. and Mrs.' Alexander A. McDonell,
who have been visiting Mrs. McDonell's
sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Horace Hills ' Irvine, in St. Paul, have
been much feted during their sojourn.
Among the large affairs given for them
was the dinner on Friday evening.
October 4. at which Mr. and Mrs. Irvine
were hosts at their home on Summit
avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Irvine accom
panted Mr. and Mrs.-McDonell last
week on a fortnight's trip to New York.
Comnllmentina-" Mrs. Edwin Caswell.
who has just returned from an extended
trlD abroad. Mrs. Augustus w.; x-ayne
was hostess at a delightful bridge Tues
day at her residence in Pettygrove
street. Three tables were arranged for
the name, and card honors fell to Mrs.
Clyde H. Reade. Mrs. Walter Holt and
Mrs. Benlamln Lombard. Autumn ioij-
age and Oregon grape, combined with
scarlet dahlias and roses were eirec
tivelv arranged about the rooms. The
guests were Mrs. Holt, Mrs. Whitney
Morden, Mrs. Robert E. Davis. Mrs. Ru-
oert J. Chipman. Mrs. Ralph C. Matson,
Mrs. Lombard, Mrs. Frederick N. Pen
dleton, Mrs. M. A. M. Ashley, Miss Mar.
earetta Marshall, Mrs. Reade. Mrs. Cas
well, Miss von Bolton and Miss Janet
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Olds and Miss
Pearl L. Cooke left on Thursday for
New York, from whence they will sail
October 19 for Mediterranean ports,
visiting- Bevot. India and Java, also
the Philippines. China and Japan.-They
will return by way of . the Hawaiian
Islands, reaching home via ban Fran
cisco, and expect to be absent for five
months. -The Olds home on Hassaio
street will be occupied by Mra. Owen
The patronesses for the liarpsichoral
recital which" Miss Frances Pelton
Jones will give ln the Multnomah Ho
tel ballroom Friday morning, : October
3, are: . Miss Henrietta Falling, Mrs.
Roger B. Sinnott. Mrs. Walter F. Bur
rell, Mrs. S. Hirsch. Mrs. W. A. Holt
Mrs. R. E. Davis. Mrs. Rudolph Prael,
Mrs. Helen Ladd Corbett, Mrs. I. L.
Patterson, the Misses Marshall, Mrs.
D. P. Thompson, Mrs. Max Fleischner,
Mrs. R.-L. Durham, Miss Clementine
Wilson. Mrs. A. J. Glesy.. Mrs. A. Mc
Cully. Mrs. J. L" Schultz. Mrs. Henry
Russell Talbot,. Miss Genevieve Thompr
son, Mrs. D. B. MacRle, Mrs. r . is. till-
bert. Mrs. S. Sichel Mrs. K. w. noyt,
Mrs. Gibson Montague. . Mrs. E. L.
Thompson and Mrs. Julia Marquam..
- - 9 . w m
Mrs. W. H.Chapln complimented Mrs.
Simcoe Chapman, her house guest, at
an informal tea ori Monday afternoon
Mrs. Chapman7 came from San -Fran-
isco to attend the Chapman-Shea wed
ding, and passed a few. days with Mrs.
P. O'Brien. Miss Augusta Marshall
also entertained informally for Mrs.
Chapman Thursday afternoon at bridge.
In honor of Mrs. Mary H. Steers' 75th
birthday. Mrs. P. F. Morey entertained
at an informal tea Thursday. About
of Mrs. Steers' old friends .called.
and she received numerous - beautiful
floral gifts. Mrs. Guy Wallace presld
ed at the tea table, and Miss Helen and
Miss Shirley Eastham assisted.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Kerr and
aughter. Miss Isobel, left Friday for
visit to the coast: They expect to
return to town about the end of this
A pretty-tea of the week was given
by Miss Elizabeth Stewart, complt-
entlng her house guest. Miss Eliza
beth Sander, of Seattle, Thursday af
ternoon. About 100 of the younger set
The Quickest, Simplest
EUy and Caeaplr Hade at
Home. Saves Ton 92. .
The bride was given Into " r ' h ViV. '-rm.. T i. V.n7
Solomon Hirsch, Mrs. David T. Honey-
Mrs. Lee Hoffman, Mrs. Richard
- . . ;,, . , a,,. man, Mrs. Lee rionman, airs, xiicnara
tron of hoiior. and Miss Ivelou and Miss Koehler Mrs. Albert A. Morrison, Mrs.
Dorothy Shea, sisters of the bride, at- vt,. rhl.. v. sumn Vr.
fended the bride. George Stanley and
Edward Xoyes assisted the bridegroom.
The bridal party stood In the bay-win
T. B. Wilcox, Mrs. Holt C. Wilson, Mrs.
H. C. Wortman and Mrs. B. S. Josselyn.
The nrst of the series was- given on
lax and a canopy of pink, roses, from
which was suspended a wedding bell of
lilies of the valley. The bride wore a
dow of the drawing-room, which was MA... ,, -,m ..nn,,. thrTirh..i
transformed Into a floral bower by sml- th ,eason. Mrs. E. C. Lynch Is the lec
trranlr rtlichrist Owen left Thnrrtv
handsome robe of ivory charmeuse foreEau Claire, Wis., to Join Mrs. Owen,
en train, with a drape of duchess lace .fter a visit with his parents thev
and pearl trimmings. Her full length wm BO to Chicago for a fortnight. They
expect to return to Portland about the
end of this month.
Mrs. Ralph W. Wilbur entertained in
formally at tea Monday, compliment
ing Mrs. Harry Deal Torrey, of Berke
ley, wife of Professor Torrey, of Reed
Dr. and Mrs. James Francis Bailey
left Friday to pass the week end in
Tacoma. On their return to Portland
they will occupy apartments at Hotel
Rev. and Mrs. Henry Russell Talbot
and Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Matthews, who
left a couple of weeks ago on a motor-
veil was fastened with a band of orange
blossoms. She wore a handsome dia
mond and pearl pin. the gift of the
bridegroom, and carried a shower bou
quet of lilies of the valley and orchids.
. Mrs. MceKnna wore her wedding gown,
which was white satin, trimmed with
princess lace, with touches of pink, and
a sweeping bird of paradise in her coif
fure completed her costume. She car
ried a shower of bridesmaid's buds.
Miss Ivelou Shea wore a chic frock of
pink brocaded charmeuse, with a pan
nier drape of white lace, and touches of
pale blue at the corsage: Wreaths of
tiny pink rosebuds fastened the drap
ery, and she wore a -pink bandeau in
rr hair. Little Miss Dorothy Shea
This recipe makes a pint of oouirh
syrup enough to last a family a long
time. You couldn't buy as much or as
good cough syrup for $2.50.
Simple as it is, it gives almost instant
relief and usually stops the most obsti
nate cough in 24 hours. This is partly
due to the fact that it is slightly laxa
tive, stimulates the appetite and nas an
excellent tonic effect. . It is pleasant to
take children like it. An excellent rem
edy, too, for whooping cough, croup, sore
lungs, asthma, throat troubles, etc.
Mix one pint of granulated sugar with
pint of warm water, and stir for 2
minutes. Put ZM ounces of Finer ( fifty
cents' worth) in a pint bottle, and add
the Sugar Syrup. It keeps perfectly.
Take a teaspoonful every one, two or
Fine is one of the oldest and best
known remedial agents for the throat
membranes. Pinex is the most valuable
concentrated compound of Norway white
pine extract, and is rich in Ruaiacol and
all the other natural healing elements.
Other preparations will not work n this
The prompt results from this recipe
have endeared it to thousands of house
wives in the United States and Canada,
which explains why the plan has been
imitated often, bnt never successfully.
A guaranty of absolute satisfaction, or
money promptly refunded, goes with this'
recipe. Your drujjist has Plnex, or will
pot it for von. If not, send to The
Pinex Co, Ft. Wayne, Ind.
Pinex Is fully guaranteed by Lane
DivU Urng Ce. (distributers), Portland.
cailed at the Stewart residence ln-Irv-lngton,
which . was -attractively dec
orated for the occasion.- Mrs. John
Stewart received with her daughter and
the honor guest.. In the drawing-room
huge clusters of. mauve chrysanthe
mums wei;e arranged. ' . A basket of
lovely orchids and yellow rosebuds cen
tered the tea table, which was presided
over by Mrs. Charles A. Mackenzie, re
cently from New York, and Mrs. Clyde
H. Reade. Assisting about the rooms
were Mrs.. Guy M. Standlfer, Miss Dor
othy Moulton, Miss Marguerite Dosch,
Miss Kemna Klosterman and Mis Jean
Brownlle. The same evening Miss
Stewart entertained with an informal
v " .
Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. White left
Friday for Hood River to pass the
week end., .- ,: .
. Mrs. John Pearson was hostess at a
bridge-tea complimenting Mrs. Simcoe
Chapman, of San ''Francisco, on Thurs
day. : . : ;. . ,. s .
Friday, Mrs. C W.'Hbdsoh and Mrs.
R. L. Durham entertained In honor of
Mrs. Chapman with a luncheon and
bridge. . . .
Mrs. Antpine G. Labbe is the guest of
her mother at Shelternook Farm, El
lensburg, for a fortnight. 'Mr. Labbe
left last week for a business trip to
Fresno, Cal. .
Guy Menefee Standlfer arrived from
Spokane Thursday to Join Mrs. Standl
fer, who has been, occupying 'the
Boschke residence in Irvlngton during
the absence - of- her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George W. Boschke, ln .California.
Mr. and Mrs. Standifer's many friends
are delighted to know that they will
pass the Winter In Portland.
. . , . . . .
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Leslie Powers
and daughters left Friday evening to
pass the Winter' at ' their' ranch in
Lewlston.' - '
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hall, formerlv
of Lewiston, who have been passing
the Summer at Riverdale, have leased
the James G. Wilson house on Willam
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Velvet Dresses 819. 50 charming
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Navy, wine and brown. New Robespierre-
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Great Assortment of Other Cloth
Oreasea 86.95 828.50
. Just the models women are wanting now
charming cutaways, made dressy by touches
of velvet, corduroy; novelty buttons. Strictly
man-tailored models greatly in evidence.
Jaunty Norfolks in high favor, especially for
misses and juniors. - Handsome gray and
brown diagonals, cheviots, two-tone boueles
and blue serges. ,
Rich Skinner's satin and Peau de Cygne lin
ings, fully guaranteed". See these suits tomor
row. ; The price which Portland's 'JC
Emporium ; has made city-f ainous y
- Portland has taken up the rage for these
clever "Johnny" , Coats in a way that lias
kept The Emporium busy securing enough of
them. Many new ones came by' express Sat
urday. Rough weaves of all sorts irresist
ably smart boucle diagonals in brown and
black, gray and black, blue and black combi
nations. Ruff-neck, scarf and military collars.
''JolllUxy,, Coats at $12.50, $14.75, $17.50,
$190, $22.50. Other full-length Coats at
$10.00 to $75.00.
Silk Waists $4.25 Handsomely
embroidered chiffons oversets
and Seco silk. Dainty messallne
sailor blouses of navy, brown, red,
Copenhagen. Special val A O e
1.T5 Mannish n a lata,
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A Wealth of
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marigolds and;. white: cosmos. The
guests Included . ' Mrs. ' F. H. Morgan,
Mrs. Edward Munnell, Mrs. J. D. Kid-
well, Mrs. J. T. Jaeger, Mrs. R. D. Dun
mire, Mrs. Paul Noland, Mrs. E. Z. Fer
guson. Mrs. 1. E. Merges, Mrs. K. J.
1 Jaeger. Mrs. H. M. Cake and Mrs. G. H.
Of Interest to a considerable num
ber of Portlanders is the news of the
engagement of Miss Katherine Van
Valkenburgh Xrew, of Minneapolis, to
Vernon Anderson Smith, of Marshfleld,
Or., formerly of Minneapolis. Miss
Drew is the daughter of Mrs. Thomas
H. Drew. Mr. Smith is the son of C.
A. Smith, the millionaire lumberman,
and owner of the largest mill on the
Coast, located at Marshfleld. Plans for
the wedding have not been formulated
as yet, '
' : .. ' .
Mrs. Clarence Nichols has given up
her apartment In town and will reside
In her new country residence, Engle
wood Farm, on the Boones Ferry road.
- . . . .
Harold M. Sawyer and P. I Jackson
are registered- at - Hotel Woodstock,
Mrs. George T. Wlllett left Tuesday
to pass a week with her cousin, Mrs.
Chester Thome,, at .Thornewood, her
estate at -American Lake, Tacoma.
. - - .
The Associate Collegiate Alumnae
held their.-first meeting of the year
Saturday afternoon at the residence of
Mrs. James B. lierr ana a large num
ber were present. Miss Prichard, of the
Peopls's Institute, spoke on the work
of the social service committee and
latr tea was served. Mrs. R. Jj. Don
aid and Miss Frank Towslee presided
table : centered -wuh yellow
Mrs. W. T. Belcher, delegate to the Na
tional meeting of the association ln
Ann Arbor this month. Mrs. House, one
of the National officers, is expected
here soon to visit.
Mrs. Allen Todd, president of the
Tortland Shakespeare Study Club, wax
dinner hostess . Wednesday evening at
the Commercial Club, complimenting
the new "on leers and committee mem
bers, and the past presidents, Mrs. J.
i Continued on Pase 4.)
Mrs. T. K. Edwards entertained ln
honor of Mrs. Arthur C. Newill on at the
Thursdav with a. .
Thetables were centered -with French1 Mrs.- Kerr was' chosen director and
FURS FOR THE MULTITUDE
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Prices Are, Convincing When Backed by
Quality and:, the Maker's Guarantee
French Seal Coats
A leading popular garment, endorsed by Fashion's demand. De
signed the Liebes way and beautifully lined; 54"inch length, $20O
Finer grades $225 to $295
Hudson Seal Coats
Elegant in appearance and workmanship,' beautifully modeled and
. lined; 54-inch length; priced up from. .'......'.'.':;.:..'.... .$85
Mink Marmot Coats
Most serviceable and practical, adapted for travel, auto or street
wear, worthy of your inspection; 54-inch lengths'... .$90
Genuine Russian Pony, Caracul, Astrachan, Brook Mink and many
other Tur Coats in an interesting variety at manufacturer's prices.
Buy Your FURS From the Manufacturer Direct!
THERE'S A REASON TOR IT!
No intermediate profits. Fresh, clean and up-to-date models,
direct from our factory TO YOU.
Fur Neckpieces and Muffs in such variety and assortment that the
most fastidious tastes ean .be gratified.
Sable, Black and Natural Opossum sets, complete, from $13.25
Japanese Mink sets, complete, from. $25. OO
Sable Fox sets complete from.. ...................... $18.75
Black For sets complete from -$37.50
Gray and Sable Siberian Squirrel sets complete from. ...$13.50
White Iceland Fox sets complete from ....... .$17.50
Black French Coney sets complete from. . . ..... . . . .$ll.OO
Black and Blue Wolf sets complete from. . ... ... ... . . . .$28.50
Moleskin, Mole Coney, French Seal, Skunk, Mink, and other furs
in demand this season at prices worthy of your comparison.
Established 50 Years
During which period we have gained the public confidence and
reputation 'for better values and superior FURS -and Fnr Gar
ments at prices impossible when purchased through middlemen.
We manufacture the RAW.FCES on the premises, thus elimi
nating the intermediate profit.
We carry exclusive models in cloth and tweed shells ready for
fur lining and fur collars as selected.
YOUR INSPECTION INVITED
J. P. FLAQEMANN, MGR.
. .-. Manufacturing Furriers. ' -CORBETT
BUILDING. ' . 288 MORRISON STREET.
We make this statement with the intention that it be under
stood in the broadest sense as applied to quality, variety and
prices. Liberal and. square treatment. No bu3'er can find
this organization unprepared to fill any legitimate fur de
mand with one exception: We ddn't and will not handle
"furs'.' that shame the name and that cannot give either our
selves or our customers satisfaction.
Every exclusive style ; every known model ; every known fur.
Direct from our factory to you.
' We solicit your patronage and invite your inspection.
Special attention, is given to repairing, renovating and
Prices the very lowest.
ltrMt,0n " ilTOixx Location
Just received modes from recognized
fashion creators of Paris and New York
man-tailored, in plain and fancy mod
els, exclusive styles. Specially priced
at from...' $22.50 to $95
An opportune selection in the new
Fall materials and colorings; full and
three-quarter lengths; all sizes. Priced
up from $15. OO
Dresses and Gowns for every occa
sion; attractive, exclusive modes; vel
vets, serge, bedford cord; new stripes
and the beautiful charmeuse, in both
plain tailored and the new draped
skirts; priced up from $12.50
New arrivals. A beautiful selection
in the dainty Fajl styles. Priced spe- '
cial, from $1.00 to $75
CLOAKS, SUITS, GOWN3 AND WAISTS
OF THE BETTEK CLASS
E. HOLLIDAY CO.
355 Alder Street, Corner Park.