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THE OREGON SUNDAY . JOURNAL. PORTLAND. 8UWPAY MOfcfflNO, OCTOBER 14, Its.
- - - J T iiiii ill Wend
became, and Mrs. B. L Dodsoo. recently
rrom Now ror.
PORTLAND has plunged Into the
excitement of eoclety with a
vengeance tha Pat week, and
everyone has been leapt busy
i from the time of tha benefit perform -i
anoe at the Baker Monday night to
' to Hill Military Academy hop laat
night. There haa been lota of excite
ment and matron and maid have donnad
their beat day after day and gone about
tha enjoyment of It with keen relleh.
? There war weddings and weddings of
mora or loea brilliancy moatly more
beginning with the Geae-Catlln wedding
Tueeday. Than there have been so
many out-of-town guests to be enter
' tained and more brldea-to-be. And
there waa tha engagement of Miss Nan
! nle Wood which lntereatad everyone, and
It la aald that thla announcement la
j only tha forerunner of a number of
i more that will be of equal Interest.
I Mrs. Wesley Ladd's bridge party for
! the married folk and Mlaa Thompson's
,' luncheon for the younger set shared
. honors In brilliancy.
Mrs. Charles Frederic Humphrey waa
one of the moat entertained guests of
' the weak and Mlaa Mabelle Brents re
ceived bar share of attention. Mrs.
- William Jonea of Tacoma and har sls
I tar, Mlaa Ruth Stone of Walla Walla,
i ware guests often, and Mrs. Joseph D.
1 Grant, who came lata in the weak, was
1 entertained. ...Har, -stay . will . iMt. for.
soma tine. Mrs. Mitchell of tha Ho-
bart-Curtls was entertained, too, and
' tha usual attention haa boon given to
i Douglas Crane, the artist.
i Socials and receptions at tha churches
. have been quite In order since the sear
! eon there Is fully on. too. Opening re-
It captions dor the pastors wars given at
f the White Temple and Grace Methodist
! church. The arrival of Bishop Bcad
' ding will be tha signal lor much en
' tertalnlng both In a private and public
v Preparations are being made by varl-
ous organizations for Hallowe'en en-
The Gogorxa concert and the Warren
Smith wedding will be the leading
I events of this weak.
' No prattler luncheon has bean aean In
a long time, than that given . by Miss
oenevieve Thompson iriaay at me i-ori
land In honor of Miss Ruth Smith.
whom she will attend at her wedding
thla week. The decorations' were of
'yellow, and consisted chiefly of lilies In
daffodil shades, mingled with fall nas
turtium's in beautiful burnt orange
shades, reflected charmingly In tha
glass on the table.
Besides the bridal party consisting of
Miss smith, miss Josephine smith, miss
Hasel Dolph. Miss Rhoda Falling, Uisa
Katharine Woolsey, and Miss Thompson,
tha guests were Miss Grace Warren,
Mrs. David Chambers Lewis. Mrs
Walter V. Smith, Mlaa Margaret Catlln.
I Miss Maud Mnrey. Mlaa Margaret Mor
rison. Miss Lisa Wood. Mlaa Mabelle
Brants of Walla Walla, Mrs. George K.
Wentworth. Miss Harriett Kinney, Miss
Clementine Hlrsch. Miss Helen East
ham. Mrs. Walter Cook. Miss Hasel
Crocker. Miss Oarlotta - Parker. Miss
Nsn Robertson, Miss Vlda Nichols, Miss
Kffle Houghton, Miss Leslie Knapp.
MlaaSCarolyn Burns. Miss Marlon Jack
son and Mrs. J. N. TesL
The party of young people formed an
Intensely pleasing picture. The bride
elect waa of course the center of admir
ation, sad was charming la a gown of
sapphire blue with heavy lace inser
tions of the ssme shads and delicate
garnitures of velvet a shade dsrkar. A
hat la the ssme shade with soft, nodding
plumes was most effective, and bar
Jewels ware sapphire to match the
gown. Miss Thompson wore a dainty
flowered gown of white silk pink bud
design. Her hat of black was set off
i with pink roses and white plumes, Mrs.
Teal wore white with handsome garni
tures of Persian embroidery tn pink ef
fect an ' a white hat. Ml as Rhode Fall
ing wore a warm red gown with a
. Mack velvet picture hat. Miss Jose
phine Smith's gown was of a lovely
violet blue silk with a black hat Mlaa
Kffle rfoughton's gown of white lace
. was set off with an exquisite hat of
white velvet with yellow under brim
and rich yellow plumes Mlas Hasel
Dolpb'a brunette beauty was emphasised
tn a dalaty pink silk with hand-made
lace lnsertlngs In cream and delicate
wild roses la a deeper shade of pink em
broidered on the frock. Her black hat
. was ornamented with a single pink rose.
Miss Woolsey. who Is visiting Mtss
Smith till after the wedding, was In
whits net with fluffy ruchlngs sad a
whle picture hat Mtss Grace Warren
wore blue with a big blue hat. Mlas
Hlrsch's gown of pink crepe de chine
with a pink hat wss effective. Mrs.
Lewis wore one of hsr lovely trousseau
gowns, baby blue with medallions of
' lace and Oriental trimming. The gown
was cut high In the bodice and a black
hat completed the costume. Mlas Knapp
waa in a pale blue princess, and Mlaa
Morrison, too, was In blue Miss Cat
lln's hat. covered with gorgeous pink
shaded rosea In numerous tints, was ad
mired, and her blue gown, with Just a
touch of roses, waa exceedingly French
In effect. Mrs. Walter V. Smith was
perhaps the most stunning flgurs there,
In sn elegant gown of green pan velvet,
falling In soft folds The garnitures of
green oriental passamentertc, with
touches of white laue about the yoke
and quantities of it tn soft effect about
the aleevea, gave the princess gown a
chic effect Her hat of tha same shade
of green was ornamented with ermine
tails and a gorgeous plume of green in
various shades, snd the whole costume
was set off with emeralds Hers was
said to be one of the handsomest cos
tumes seen In Portland thla year.
Mrs. Charles Frederic Humphrey, who
was Mrs. Fred Hiram Strong's guest
last week, was abundantly entertained
during her atay. Monday afternoon
Mrs. Sanderson Reed of Willamette
Heights gave an informal tea for her
the Daughters of the Confederacy to
apply to the benefit of the Penaacola
sufferers. A number of the prominent
matrons had boxea and logea and en
tertained parties The James Latdlaws
had as guests Mrs. Raleigh Stott, Miss
Susie Stott and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L,aid
law. Mra. A. A. Morrison chaperoned O
party of young gifts who occupied Mrs.
Houghton's box. Mrs. Houghton's ill
ness prevented her presence. . The girls
were Misses Kffle and Claire Houghton.
Miss Leslie Knapp, Miss Margaret Mor
rison and Miss Hasel Crocker. Mrs.
J. B. Montgomery's party consisted of
her dsughter. Miss May Montgomery,
Miss Hasel Dolph. Miss Evelyn Wilson
and Miss Dorothy Effenger. The Holt
Wilsons entertained the Howard Math
ers, Mrs. K. H. Brooke, Miss Hoyt arifl
Mlas Flanders. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Teal
had a party In another logs.
The recital given by Miss Anns Sel
kirk Norton lsst evening at the Nor
tonla waa a faahionable affair. Many
of the most prominent guests of the
hotel Interested themselves tn tha suc
cess of the concert of Mrs. Norton, who
haa apartments at the Nortonta, and
were present In fashionable evening
Miss Anns Ditchburn. Photograph by Butterworth.
AND VI3ITINO CARDS
W. G. SMITH & Go.
st which Mrs Strong served the Ices
and Mrs. L. H. Maxwell poured. Mrs.
Frank Kerr entertained at dinner In the
evening with a theatre party at the
Tuesday Mrs. Ms x Hlrsch entertained
with a luncheon at the Nortonla and
In the evening Mrs. Samuel Rothschild
gave a dinner. Wednesday the Misses
Belle snd Cenlth Robertson were host
esses at a luncheon for her. The deco
rations were red carnations with an In
dividual bouquet at each place. In the
evening Mrs. Ed Prescott entertained at
Thursday Mrs. Ralph Walker gave a
beautiful pink luncheon at her home
Kltnkerslde." Her guests besides Mra
Humphrey and Mrs. Strong were: Miss
Lulle Hall, Mrs. Samuel B. Archer. Mrs
Joe Barrett, Mlas Ssmele Groat and
Emily Hoibrook. The dining-room waa
decorated In pink, with pink roses on
the tabie. The candles were pink with
pink shades and a touch of pink tulle
gave an airy effect. Corsage bouquets
of pink roeebuds were the favors and
the watercolor place cards were In
pink. The nine-course luncheon was
aaimuy presiaeo over oy tne nostess,
who wore a charming Imported frock of
white paatelle shades trimmed with Val
enciennes and baby Irish point Mra.
Humphrey wore whits silk trimmed
with lace: It was Mra. Humphrey's
brother-in-law. Captain Humphrey, who
entertained Mrs. Walker, then Miss
Rlchet, and her father at West Point
when she was visiting east.
Mrs. Humphrey left Friday evening
for San Francisco, whence she sails Im
mediately to Join her husband In Hono
lulu. - w
Dr. and Mrs. B. DsWItt Connell gave
a dinner dance Wednesday at their pret
ty King's Heights home In honor of
their guest, Douglas Crane. Covers were
laid for 11 at dinner, sad the table was
beautiful with masses of pink carna
tions and feather fern. The hostess
was charming la a blue gown of Dres
den silk wtttwilnk rosea. Miss Ditch
burn, whose "portrait was done last
week, sfore tha gown In which se was
painted a cream lace over pink chif
fon. Mra. Lombard was. handsome in
white duchess lace, and Mrs. Wlthea
In a white etamlne cut princess. Among
the dinner guests were Mr. snd Mra
Gay Lombard. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
S. WIthee. Miss Anne Ditchburn, Dr.
LAwhsugb and Kr. Richards, Other
guests Joined the party after dinner,
among whom were Mr. and Mrs. will A.
Knight, Mr. and Mrr George K. Went
worth. Mrs. Anna (Wlklrk Norton. Mrs.
Albert C. Sheldon, Alfred Aya. and' oth
ers. Mrs. Norton sad Miss Ditchburn
"The Gay Lord Quex" at the Baker
last Monday night was made a society
event of some Importance because the
box receipts were to be turned over to
dress. The program waa excellent and
Mra Norton apeared at her best. Most
of the distinguished list of patronesses
The patronesses were: Mrs. H. D.
Green, Mrs. C. E. B. Wood, Mra. A. E.
Rocksy, Mra R R Hoge, 'Mrs J. Wesley
Ladd, Mrs. David Chambers Lewis, Mrs.
J. B. Montgomery, Mra J. K. CIsrk,
Mrs. A. 8. Norton, Mrs. E DeWitt Cor
nell. Mra Frank Kerr, Mra Walter
Cook, Mrs. P. H. Carroll, Mra. Gay Lom
bard and Mrs Max Hlrsch.
Mra William E. Prudhomme enter
tained 11 tiny tota and their mothera
at her beautiful home, 794 Irving street,
on Saturday afternoon. In honor of the
second birthday anniversary of her lit
tle daughter, Frances Bemadette. Miss
Frances' guests were: Miss Alleen
Cooke, Vera and Elols Prudhomme snd
Marie Burke. Masters Jack Klostermsn,
Graham Taylor Bennett, Norbert Kav
anaugh, John Hellyer, Worthlngton
Archer, Jack Herlng, Jordan Buike, Wll
ben Prudhomme, Bert Bernard find Lew
Tyrrell. The decorations were autumn
leaves, ferns, rosea and potted planta.
Mra Prudhomme waa assisted by her
mother, Mrs. Norden, snd sisters. Misses
Tha announcement qf Miss Nannie
Wood's encasement to David Honeyman
was of paramount interest last week
and good wishsg have poured In upon
the popular girl, who is one of the moat
beautiful and charming of -her set Mrs.
Wood made the announcement to a few
of her friends Wednesday morning and
the news spread rapidly. In the after
noon Mrs Wesley Ladd made It the oc
oasion of spsslsl compliments to Mlei
Wood, who was one of the few unmar
ried guests there. A bouquet Of Bride
rosea ornamented her oh air at the bridge
table and she was made tha can tar of
much attention.- It ia understood that
the wedding will take plscs In the early
The first large bridge party of the
season was given Wednesday afternoon
by Mrs. J. Wesley Ladd. There were
11 tables for the gams and the after
noon hours were put In pleasantly In
the contest. To the winner at each
table was given a dainty gold hatpin.
The hostess entertained only her mar
rled friends that afternoon, though a
few of the young girls were Invited as
substitutes for ths afternoon. Inter
est centered tn the announcement of the
engagement of Mlas Nannie Wood to
David Taylor Honeyman, which Mr. and
Mra C ft S. Wood had made public
that same morning. A bouquet of
white chrysanthemums was placed at
her chair during the afternoon game,
Mra W. W. Cotton entertained at the
golf links last Tuesday with bridge for
Mra Sidney Z. Mitchell of New Tor,
who is gueet at the Hobart-Curtta
Mrs. Mitchell Is making a stay hare
of about two months, and will leave
about ths end of October. Mrs. Cotton's
guests at the bridge and tea were, be
sides Mrs. Mitchell, Mra Grosscup of
Tacoma. Mra Louis H. Tarpley, Mrs. A.
J. oiesy. Mrs. Charles ft Curry. Mrs.
J. C. Robinson. Mra Thomas O'Dey.
Mrs. J. F. Batchelder, Mra J. F. Dick
son, Mrs S. R. Johnston. Mrs. L H.
Parker. Mra George Russell. Mra. J.
N. Russell. Mra Joseph N. Teal and
Miss C. Allen. Mrs. Parker. Mra Tar
pley and MnuO'Qay won tha prises,
The Portia olub waa entertained Tues
day by Its president, Mra H. B. Adams.
Her beautiful home, at SOI Eaat Alder
street. Was artistically decorated with
masses of autumn foliage. The after
noon was mslnly spent In the discus
sion of plans for the new year. The
past season was so successful that It
was finally decided that each hostess
waa, aa in the past to furnish tha pro
gram for the day.
The refreshments, which closed the
afternoon, were more elaborate than ia
the rule of the club, it being the first
formal mooting. Mrs. John F. Logan
will be the hostess Tuesday, October II,
at her home. Its Bast Sixth street
Mtss Anne Ditchburn who Is a great
favorite with her set for her cleverness
and a harming personality waa the sub
ject of a beautiful portrait dona by Mr.
Crane atnos his arrival here. Miss
Ditchburn la a pleasing and vivacious
type of brunette, of graceful carriage
and pretty manners. Her "talents In
music and dramatic work are unusually
marked, and afae haa made many ap
pearances tn public. She wore a dainty
creamy lace over delicate pink In hav
ing her portrait done, and the effect
is beautiful. a
Mra Walter Cook's luncheon Thurs
day for her guest Miss Mabelle Brents
of Walla Walla, waa a charming affair.
Lovely autumn lsavea about the houae
aseen mated the red' tints uo bar roams,
and tha luncheon waa real as well. A
large basket of red carnations was the
centerpiece, snd small baskets of ths
same flower graced each place. The
other guests were: Mra Ruth Stone
of Walla Walla, Mra Joseph N. Teal,
Mlaa Genevieve Thompson, Mra E. P.
Northrup, Mra Ralph Hoyt and Mra
Mrs. Joseph N. Teal entertained at
luncheon Saturday a week ago In honor
of Mrs. William Jones of Tacoma, who
is visiting Mrs. Morton Inslsy. Among
the guests waa Mrs. Tears cousin.
Miss Mabelle Brents of Walla Walls,
who is visiting Mra Waltsr Cook of
Irvlngton. Ths guests st the luncheon
were: Mra Jones. Miss Brents. Mrs.
Cook. Mtss Bertha Moore and Miss
lone Dunlap, all schoolmates of Mra
The patronesses for Miss Dorothea
Nash's recital at ths Unitarian chapel
Wednesday evening give It some Im
portance as a social event. They are
Madame Von Bolton, Mra. A. E. Rockey,
Miss Nicholson. Miss Henrietta Falling,
Mra L L McArthur, Mrs. Powell. Mra
ft L. Sabln and Mrs. H. H. O'Reilly,
Mlas Nash will be assisted by Mra
Imogen Harding Brodle, and ths accom
panist will be W. Gifford Nash.
Mra Joseph D. Orsnt and her little
daughter Edith have arrived from San
Francisco to visit Mrs. Thomas Kerr for
several weeks while Mr. Grant is In
ths eset. Mrs. Grant Is Mra Kerr's sis
ter and was formerly Mtss Edtth Msc-
leay. She will be much entertained
throughout her stay as she was a social
favorite before leaving Portland. Miss
Flanders gave an informal card party
for her Friday.
Mre. William Jones of Tscoma) left
Thursdsy after a visit with Mra Mor
ton Insley. She wss much entertained
during hsr stay. Her sister, Miss Ruth
Stone of Walla Walla, Who came down
for Miss Lesl'e Knapp'a debut reception
week before last, spent last week ss ths
guest of Dr. and Mrs. Wllllsra Wood.
Miss Stone returned home laat night
Dr. Philip Johnston and his brlds sre
expected soon from New Tork to make
their home here. The new Mre. John
ston was Mrs. Theodore Scarborough
of New York, a daughter of ex-Governor
Hoadley of Ohio. Dr. Johnston spent a
month here In the summer, the guest of
W. C. Alvord, his cousin.
Mrs. Robert Lewis hsa spent part of
the week , In the Good Samaritan hos
pital where she underwent an operation.
She la Improving rapidly and will be
able to be moved In two weeks. Mes
sages of symsathy snd flowers are a
frequent happening with the popular
young matron during her Illness
Mrs. Warren Houghton, who has been
slightly 111 for several weeks, is much
Improved and will probably be out again
nest week. Her absence during ths
INITIATIVE OPENING OF OUR NEW STORE
THURSDAY, OCTOBER lorn, I90
H. B. LITT
LADIES' AND MISSES' OUTBHQAHMBNT8
ALL WITH THAT EXCLUSIVENESS AND DISTINCTIVENESS THAT IB SO
CHARACTERISTIC OF THE LITT GARMENTS.
Our display at prtsent comprise the finest and most complete assortment of real ex
clusive styles in the city a large range of the
ALWAYS FASHIONABLE GRAY MATERIALS.
Including the now English and Scotch soft plaid mixtures, the fancies, the plains
and the stylish mannish worsteds t f 1.9.00, Sa7.50, S33.50
Particularly desirable for shopping, driving, auto, street wear, etc. You should see
them, for in no other way can this handsome display be appreciated.
Special Sale of Plaid
and Net Waists
Tomorrow we will place on sals a good
sised lot of beautiful and stylish Plaid
and Nst Waists; all late modals, hand
somely trimmed tn various ways; some
net with baby Irish medallions and Val;
others lace and nst combined. All pretty
and exceptional values
STYLISH LON COATS $23.50 WORTH $30.00
Made In the loose-fitting style as well as the graceful circular box model; also tha
mannish effects, with large outside pockets from imported materials In different
shades of large plaids, checks, etc THESE ARB NOBBY AND DESIRABLE.
Oppo. Orsnd Theatre
M. B. LITT
Bet Park and Seventh Sta.
Mail Orders Filled
season has been mush regretted
he will be gladly welcomed.
Miss Hasel Dolph will entertain with
an informal afternoon tomorrow in
honor of Miss Ruth Smith. About so
of Miss Smith's friends have been in
vited and there wilt be bo married
women In the company.
Mrs. Prank Lee Hunter, formerly Dr.
Gertrude Laraberson of thla city, haw
been visiting Mra George V. Jsmes and
will return soon to Ran Francisco.
Judge and Mra L. B. -Stearns of the
Portland left laat week for New Tork,
to sail on ths llth for Naples. They
will spend a year ah read.
Mr. and Mrs. William Whelan hare
returned from their wedding trip In
California and are at borne at 235 North
Howard Holland entertained a the
atre party of six at "Checkers" opening
night Mr. Holland left Tuesday on an
extended trip east
Mlas Margaret Montgomery la spend
lng some time with her sister, Mrs.
Walter Burrs 11 at one ef her numer
mm . .
Mra. John Eben Young returned Bat'
urday a weak ago from Boston, where
she baa been visiting pines early spring
51" "iv. . . ..
Bishop Scaddlng and Mrs. Scaddjng
are guests of Mra C. H. Lewis for ths
first few days of their stay here.
Mrs. George Russell entertained in
formally with three tables of bridge
Mrs. C. J. Reed and Miss Louise
Meslck sre visiting together in New
EVENTS OF THE WEEK.
Mra. Charles t'lederic Humphrey Jr..
J. W. Davenport, Win go, sty., wrlt
. , , 1M4. ff w.n. ... .fl
june ' ' ..... . ww.. i. twit you 4
believe Ballard'o Snow Liniment saved
my life. I was under the treatment of
two doctors, snd they told me one of
say lungs was aaursiy gone, and the
other badly affected. I also had a
lump on my sice, i non i inula that I
could have lived over two months
longer. ( wss Induced by a friend to
i y Ballard's Snow Liniment The first
explication gsvs ma great relief: two
fifty-cent bottles cured me sound and
well. It Is a wonderful medicine and I
recommend it to suffering humanity.''
Roiu by Woods rd. Clarke A Co.
The kitchen shower for Miss Moree
Fawk, given by Mlaa Cecelia Hal nee
at her home In Salem was a happy
event, at which a number of young la-
oies were emeriamea weanesaay arier
noon. Hearts was ths game played.
Miss Moree Fswk winning the first
prise, a hsndsome vase, while Mrs.
Ernest Wiggins won ths second, an
Egyptian inkstand. Ths house decora
tions were beautiful. In the hall
potted plants were used, while the stair
way was banked with Ivy and holly
berries. Qarlands of ivy, Intermingled
with red hearts were suspended from
the corners of the room In the front
psrlor to the chandelier, and corner
bouquets of cut flowers msds a schema
both pratty and effective. The dining
room was decorated with aatumn fol
iage. Satin ribbon streamers were sus
pended from s beautiful fern ball over
the table to the corners of ths same, and
ths room was lighted with red candlea
in candelabra at either end of the table
and sideboard. Miss Lenna Cavanaugh
secured the ring and Mrs. Mulkey the
thimble In the cake, which waa pre-
aentd to Mtss. Fawk by Miss Haloes.
The gifts received were pretty and use
ful, snd will be pleasant reminders of
the occasion. Mrs. Jsmes Walton Jr.
of Poryand was among the guests.
The Bpworth league of Taylor street
M. B. church gave Its monthly social
at the home of Mrs. Thurlow, 404 Third
street, Tueedsy evening. The enter
tainment waa after the Hallowe'en
The guests were received by mem
bers of the league dressed up as ghosts.
They were then conducted to receiving
rooms whers ghosts waited upon them.
After a few had assembled In the dark
ened parlor, one by one they were eon
ducted through a dark and dismal way
where they were sworn not to tell the
secrets of ths lower regions. Ics was
used as the book upon which the hsnd
was placed. From there they were led
Into two other dark and "spooky" rooms,
and aftsr a thorough fright wars all'
put hi one room and there told terrible
For refreshments sll were forced to
dive with their mouths Into a tub of
water for an apple, and after this each
one received from a witch a little kettle
of old English butterscotch.
Eureka eouncil No. 204. Knights and
Ladles of Security, had public Installa
tion of officers last Monday evening
at their hall In the Auditorium. About
( members Of the Willamette council of
Oregon City were present. Their staff
and Installing officers Installed Eureka's
officers In a very creditable manner,
after which Ice cream and cake were
erred. The officers elected sre as
follows: President, F. JonUn; first
vice-president, Mrs. Florence B. Mutch;
second vice-president, J. C. Johnson:
prelate, Mrs. M. B. Bergts; conductress.
Mrs. L. D. Feeney; financier. T. H.
Thomaa; secretary, Mra M. L. Johnson:
sentinel. Mrs. Mollis Wells; muslolsn,
Mrs. Schacht: trustees. S. T. Burns, H.
C. Wells snd William Wolkan.
Mrs. Maurice M. Blnford entertained
Informally with a postal card tea Fri
Seventeenth street North. In honor of
her mother, Mrs. J. W. Grout of Ore
gon City. The afternoon was spent In
muslo snd games. Souvenir postal
cards were In evidence throughout all
the games, and were used profusely aa
decorations. The prise winners ware)
Mra. A. J. Montgomery, Mrs. B. L
Story and Mlas Maggie Rellly. Dalaty
refreshments were served by the
hostess. The place cards were souvenir
Those present were; Mrs. A 3. Mont
gomery, Mrs. Minnie Ralph, Mrs. George
Weiss, Mrs. Fred Miller. Mra. John
Laue, Mra George Munro and Mra. J.
(Continued On Page Nineteen.)
Today we picture one of the many new things to bo
found in our collection for fall. Every garment in this
charming assemblage reveals a rare type of grace and
elegance approaching, in every detail except price,
garments made by the most exclusive modiste. This
showing embraces everything worn by women from
the simplest tailored business suit to the most
elaborate evening and opera gowns. You can make
no mistake if you choose your wear from this
magnificent display. Come in tomorrow snd select
your outfit snd have it charged. The price will be
identically the same as though you had paid cash
As a special inducement for you to visit this store
Tuesday we offer a lot of the season's most stylish
Women's Cravenettes which sell regular- sf FA
ly up to $18.60, for only " tj)l lsOU
See Window 11. Cash or Credit. Alterations Free.
Correct Clothing Corner
Is often applied to our Men's Clothing Store by men
who sre authorities on style, quality and lit. The
Suits, Overcoats and Cravenettes we show this season
sre the newest creations known -to the tailoring art
and are aa near perfection aa could ever be expected.
Our pricea are moderate. We do not demand of you
to pay for your outfit on the C. O. D. plan, but request
you to take advantage of our modified part payment
plan and pay in small weekly or monthly payments
Eastern Outfitting Co.
Washington and Tenth
T m S TO MM w:
TOVBOBBBlT I 8
day afternoon, at her home, 47 Bast