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About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1916)
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THE SUNDAY OHEGOXIAX, POIITLAXIJ, NOVEMBER
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functions were eschewed for tha time
beint-. . ,
Ju5t as the atmosphere vras aettllna;
Into a peaceful calm, another rlnple off
excitement wan furnished by the an
nouncement of the envrairement of
another fair tielle. Mips Mary Me I drum,
who will wed I'Tederick Shields In Jan
uary. This interesting bit of news was
made known hy Mimh tienevieve Thomp
son, a routln of the bride-to-be. at a
pretty luncheon on I-'riday and It Is
causing inanv notes of Joyous wishes
and flowers to be showered upon the
Events of Interest which have been
arranged for the next fortnight are the
nieettnsr tomorrow ni.eht of the Monday
HridKe Club, whl' h will lie at the apart
ments of Mrs. Hazel I). L.itt In Hotel
Henson, th second of the Monday
Daiu ing- Club's dances at Hotel Mult
nomah, the wedding of Miss Nichols
and Mr. McAfee on Thursday nisrht at
the home of the bride-elect's father,
JJr. A. A. NI-hols: the big- Shriner ball
at Hotel Multnomah on Wedneaday
night and many Informal luncheons.
teas and dinner parties that have bee
One of the interesting announcements
of the day is the plana of the Monday
Nieht Psnrlnu Club to bold their first
tinlsii this year. She also attended Mi5S
Catllns rhool before coinc: Knst, ani
l.s one of the very attractive and Pop
ular of the younrer -t. is the
eldet daughter of nr. and Mrs. Krn.-t
dance of the season on Monday, No
vember 7. at Harlow-Grady Halt
Miss Hazel Hall's sale and tea on
Saturday Is creating a great deal of In
terest among the prominent women of
Mrs. James D.- Hart and daughter,
Mrs. Carl L. Wernicke, added to the
chain of festivities for Miss Hold en on
Monday with n charming informal
luncheon at the Hart residence In Vista
avenue. The table was artistic In floral
decoration and appointments and covers
were marked for Miss Holden. Mrs.
rhllip Hart. Mrs. Stanley Jewett. Mrs.
Coe A. McKenna, Mrs. Chester 1. Mur
phy. Mrs. Denny Clark, Miss tSenevteve
Thompson, Miss Stella Krohman, Miss
Isabella CSauld. Mrs. Gilbert Kurliam,
Mrs. Hart and Mrs. Wernicke.
Misa Holden left Tuesday for Cal
ifornia en route to her hone in Ver
mont. When Mrs. Krsklne Wood asked a
number of young women and men to
tea on Sunday afternoon to meet Miss
Marlon Howe few suspected that an
engagement would be announced. Miss
Alice Tucker's friends were delightfully
surprised when the newa was made
known of her engagement to Spenc r
Biddle, as Miss Tucker la one of the
youngest of the belles In town.
She has never made her formal
debut, and only last Spring returned
from Slmmonds College. The previous
year she attended Wheaton College, and
had planned to return to Simmonds to
Wholesale A Retail.
AT "OLD PRICES"
This should attract the lovers of
these beautiful Oriental floor cov
ering's, as our prices are 25"J, to
40 less than present-day prices.
Make your selections now for your
home or for Christmas gifts.
Importers of Oriental Rugs.
Washington at Tenth, Pittock BIk.
If you want to be satisfied with your
next tailor-made suit come to
Ladies Tailor, Eilers Iildp.
Z-y-sr Js? SfrSrr
V-XCITEMENT prevailed during the
H . week In society's circles, the f Irat
thrill of surprise coming on the
first day of the week when Miss Alice
Tucker's engagement to Spencer Biddle
was announced at the charming tea on
Sunday for which Mr. and Mrs. Erskine
Wood were hosts. Election returns
and numerous attendant nerve-racking
features kept society men and women
on the qui vlve for days and social
New Billie Burke Dresses
Silks, Serges and Velvets
We have just received a wonderful line of loose-line
dresses, and will put them on special display Monday.
There are serges in the prettiest of all styles, pleated
from the yoke, and either loosely belted or made to
tie; in green, navy, wistaria, brown and Burgundy.
These are priced from $12.50 to $25.00.. Then there
are combinations of velvet and taffeta, in pretty
effects and the most popular shades- . All velvets,
trimmed in Oriental beaded designs; and crepe de
chines, velvet or fur trimmed. These are the pret
tiest dresses we have shown this season and re just
what our customers have been asking for. The prices
are most reasonable.
Petticoats S3. 75
The newest thing: in taffetas,
changeable and plain, are re pre
sented in this lot. No petticoa
in the lot sells for less than $5.0
and many could sell for more.
There are those in the change
able tones of apricot, green and
blues interchanging, Kelly
greens, grays, etc Cut full, with
fluted or flounced ruffles. It will
be worth one's while to take a
special shopping trip to procure
one of these Monday.
We are pleased to inform you
that our coat stock is one of
the most complete and finest in
the city. ' -
our Waist Shop when in need of m new
blouse; ''the enchanting novelties shown
there will surely please you.
Your Charge 'Account Solicited.
The Prettiest Novelties of
are here for j-our choice. There
are the wide cape styles, flat an
imal effects, and new scarfs and
muffs. See the flat cape styles in
white Iceland fox, white coney,
dotted with black, and gray and
white coney we are selling at 10.
Washington Street at Tenth