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THE SUNDAY OREGONIAX, PORTLAND, JUNE 25, 1922
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dainty supper were enjoyecU Many
beautiful silver gifts were received
by the happy couple, as well as tele
grams and flowers. Those present
were Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Rekae,
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. McFadden of Ta
coma. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Christ, Mr.
acd Mrs. A. C. Stein, Mr. and Mrs.
C. M. Hoeber, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Flood and
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sheen, Ralph
Hoeber, Robert Brown, Harry Par
sons, Clare Wright, Mrs. Edith
Parker, Mrs. Henry Westermire,
Mrs. Jean Dow, Mrs. B. B. Madder
and Mrs. Emma Ludwig. The card
prizes were won by A. C. Stein, Rob
ert Taylor, Ralph Hoeber, Mrs. Dan
Flood, Mrs. Henry Westermire, Mrs.
A. C. Stein and Mrs. C. M. Hoeber.
The Debonair club of St. Johns
gave a 4 o'clock luncheon June IB
at the home of their president, Mrs.
Alice Learned, in honor of Mrs.
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i. I'i. xi-ee-ier iiiu jxlis. .iviyi tie vveetis.
' Mrs. Keeler will spend the sum
mer with relatives and friends in
ber old home in East Smithfield,
Pa. Mrs. Weeks will pass the
summer in Boston, Washington.
D. C, New York city and other
cities of the east. She will re
turn in time for her school in
September. The club presented
each with a gift. Those pres
ent were Mrs. Alice Learned, Mrs.
M. F. Sloan, Mrs. J. E. Hiller, Mrs.
C. H. Boyd of Piedmont, Mrs. M. J.
Gray, Mrs. W. E. Hartel of Piedmont,
Mrs. L. C. Kennedy, Mrs. C. Collard,
Mrs. Paul Baddolatt Of Astoria,
Mrs. Fanny Southerlahd of Portland,
Mrs. Fred Lutz and niece, Mrs. Mar
garet Timm of Bay City, Mich.;
Mrs. Frank Harsaman, , Mrs. J. N.
Keeler of Westmoreland, Mrs. Otis
Learned, Mrs. Brash and Mrs. M. B.
Harry Matheson wafs honor guest
at a farewell party, given at the
home of Margaret Telzerow Thurs
day evening. Those present were
Misses-Vivian Rae, Colene Wilson,
Verna Bale, Ida- Matheson, Ruth
Luesing, Leah Hall,' La Verne Wil
son, Margaret Telzerow, and Harry
Matheson, Robert Jones, Herman Le
May, William. Miller, Sam Cox, Lloyd
Janz and Charles Meyers.
SWEET HOME, Or., June 24.-
(Special.) The home of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Ehlert, who live near
Sweet Home, was the scene of
surprise when a number of relatives
dropped In to heLp them celebrate
their tin wedding. The guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Ehlert, Mr. and Mrs.
F. G. Mattke, John Wodtli, Marie
Wotli, Miss Emma Mattke, Hazel
Ehlert, Juanita Russell,
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Vinton enter
tained the Nu Alpha Gamma 500
club Saturday evening at six tables
(Concluded on Pgp 7.)
H-LIEBES 8 CO.
Store your furs
for safety's sake! v -
No matter how carefully you lay them by " r'
no matter how often they're shaken, or
brushed furs cannot be safe until stored !
In the constant temperature of our storage
vaults 20 degrees below freezing moths
cannot live. Insurance is part of the pro
tection offered insurance against fire and
Charges are nominal may we send for
Phone Marshall 785,
Fine fur refashioning '
for less p
Greatly lowered rates are being quoted on
expert fur workmanship. No good fur is '
too old for us to refurbish. Our advice is
tendered ' without charge,
furs for estimate.
Bring in yoJr
Clearance of exquisite frocks
Small groups of smart, serviceable garments suited to immediate wear:
Tremendous reductions bring an excellent assortment of silk crepe, georgette, Kasha and taffeta
frocks light and dark colorings to a fraction of their worth at
Exquisite frocks in street, sports and afternoon styles Canton, Velette and sports silks light
ana aaris coiormgs reuuteu ior lmmeoiiie disposal xo . . . , . . . M , . . ... . i
"Dinner frocks of dyed laces; soft chiffons Canton frocks of the better sort many rare
and. unusual bargains very greatly reduced to ..,
Frocks of distinguished simplicity in Georgette, silks, Kasha; street, dinner, sports and
afternoon types doubly desirable at the price of
..Model garments many formerly to 125.00; three-piece suits; frocks of quiet elegance
large ana small sizes tremendously reduced to
Imported, knitted suits & jackets
vjenume lovers ot sport will appreciate the unusual quality of these garments:
I O 7 Duvs tocse distinctly un- pj buys the separate sports.
L J usual wool knitted suits H coat relaxed of line, vet til.
formerly to 49.00.
Hats of every
Q 7? from as high as. 20.00
Vfi V to
make way for incom
ing Fall hats!
Chic straw sailors; semi
tailored hats formerly to
12.50. Splendid values ! '
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n l I rs i I I us I i
x bt mm mm m m
at wanted type-chic, if S I I ,x I JJ 1 1 "
reduced It I I l f i i I I 1 1 l( S
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r ZJU reeularly 22.50 to 27.50: reduced ..Vi
tra smart, formerly to 220.
Clearance of "Kayser"
All perfect all of the impeccable Kayser quality all tremendously
reduced for Clearance!
Vests f"rm Storo-8"! Iwdice top flesh, white, orchid; regu- '
. larly 2.50 ,to 4.95; reduced 3
Bloomers including embroidered and shadow-proof styles; '
regularly 5.95 and 6.95; reduced. ............ .3
TTninn enUa glovesilk with bloomer knee; sizes 36 1
union suits to 44. regurarIy 8-95. reduced... .. 73
TTtnrt e,'c 'with silk topsmercerized lisle body
C n m i ml o colors; firm glove-silk, for
yamiiUie6merly 2 25( 2 9Sj 4 25 54S. reduced j
A Clearance of
' Coatscapes wraps
29.85 & 34.85
Year-round styles in cloth and silk; coats in the famed
Marvella at drastic reductions!
MODEL WRAPS now priced to 150.00; Vi and Yz off!
House cleaning for the
half year starts tomorrow!
We have reduced all odd
and broken lots fine, ,
impeccable garments to
make way for new stocks
for, the new season!
4.95 & 7.95
Exceptionally smart wool
sports types, to wear
with sweaters; in
polo cloth at con
siderably less than
Tweed suits 19.85 and 29.85
Some sold for two to three times this amount all are serviceable and
smart! At 29.85 our fine, imported sportswear is included!
Clearance of t
Swagger tailored topcoats
Imported tweeds and plaid-back woolens, some in' Polo. All stfh Q J
perfectly tailored smart for motor or travel high values! JLr KJD
Splendid tailored suits 29.75, 39.75, 4-975
We have cut prices ruth
less ly rega rd less of
actual worth or first cost!
Assortments are limited
but doubly worthwhile
Values are higher than
Twills, tricotines and coverts the majority in plain tailored styles suited to immediate or
later wear-perfectly fashioned of the season's finest fabrics ! Wonderful savings opportunities !
Blouses in five great Clearance groups!
Silks in suit shades, crepe de chine, tricolette;, at fractions of their" actual worth reduced to. ...1.95
Georgette and crepe de chine blouses, tailored and lace trimmed; materials. alone worth more than 2.95
Pongee blouses; with breast ruffles smartly tailored; stitched with color. Were 6.45 reduced to 2.45
Blouses of the finest quality silks many, many large sizes excellent, serviceable styles. Reduced to 4.95
Overblouses sports blouses lace-trimmed silks and georgette blouses formerly 8.50 to 19.50 now at 12
Shop early to avoid
Silk underhings reduced for clearance
values in ad
dition to those
Envelope Chemises, satin and crepe de V A
chine, lace trimmed, tailored. . . .1.95-2.45
F.nvplnnp Chemises.. satin and crene de
chine; formerly 5.95 to 17.50 reduced. . . Vi
Camisoles, lace trimmed, satin and .
crepe de chine; reg. 3.50 to 3.95 1.95
Camisoles, navy, brown and blue
satin; reg, 2.50-4.95 reduced to. .1.95
Camisoles, satin and crepe de chine;
reg. 4.50 to 7.50; reduced.....
Night Gowns, splendid values in crepe
de chine greatly seduced to sell at. ...2.95
Night Gowns, satin and crepe de chine; , j
regularly 22.50 to 27.50; reduced , ..yt
Garters charmingly wrought of ribbons
and lace. Regular values to 3.95; to close at. .45