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F O liTLAND, - THUnSD AY, JULY 17, i: ID.
HOW NATURE SCATTERS SEEDS OF ITS FLOWERS SEE NEXT SUNDAY'S JOURNAL
'But all thing which .that shineth as the' cold
' tip is no sold, as X have herd- it told, -
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He is at no end -of his actions bent -"
Whose ends will make hlra greatest, and not beet
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Miss,; Jones to
Be' Head of
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Farmer Principal Returns to Re
" vsume. Educational Work
" in Portland
v ' By Vella "Wlaaer
' rpilE many Portland friends of Miss
1 Alice Jones, formerly connected with
'Miss CaUln's school, will be delighted
7te know that she nas reiurnea ana wm
next year again i assume the prinelpal
ahlp of that Institution. .Miss- Jones left
Portland two years w to become the
head of Bt. Mary School for Girls at
, Raletgh. North Carolina, the largest
residence Episcopal school In the United
" statea - Sho -was -eminently successful
n.t h iur of the Pacific coast was
' too great to be withstood enr sue nas
returned to Portland to make her home.
Miss , CaUia has Invited In a r few
friends to- have luncheon today to meet
Miss Jones. . The table Is simply
adorned with summer blossoms and
covers are placed fori Mrs. George
Whiteside, Mrsv George Reed. Mrs. Wis
11am r - D. - -Wheelwright. Miss Mary
Frances Isom, Mrs. le Hoffman, Mrs.
Henry Hughes, Mrs. Fred A. Well of
Denver; Mrs. Thomas Talbot. . Miss
.Adams. Miss' Jones and the hostess. -
Miss : Ulllan. Martini daughter-, of Mr.
and Mrs, George Martin of 462 Rodney
-avenue, and Inspector Ban Kelleher
of the police detective bureau," son of
Mrs. John Kelleher of 457 Rodney ave-
nue. were united in marriage af 8 s30
o'clock thin morning by the Rev.
Father Wallace. The ceremony-was
' performed before ' - a small - group of
relatives s in the Church of the Ira
maculate ; Heart of ; Mary. ; Williams
avenue and Stanton street. Shortly
after the c,eremony Mr. and Mrs. Kel
leher left for the coast, where they
"will spend their honeymoon. Mrs. Kel-
- Jeher was employed' as stenographer
by the McCarger, ' Bates & Lively company-before
her. marriage. She is a
graduate of St. Mary's . academy. ,
The members of the "All Star Chess
club." who "have met at each other's
homes for a number of years for their
favorite game, entertained their wives
'with a picnic supper at Eagle creek
Tuesday evening. . Additional guests
'were Mrs. William Warrens,; whose
husband, Major Warrens, now. in
France, is s member of the club, and
Mrs. Harrison Corbett. The club mem
bers and their wives enjoying the
3tttlng .were: , . but. ana an. r. v,.
klyerd," Mr; ' and, Mrs. C Chris Bell.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Hart, Mr. and
Mrs Irving Webster, : Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Falling, Dr. and Mrs. A. A.
Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tal
bot and Mr." and Mrsi Donald Munro.
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n, nit :mv ncorea Itebec "enter
tained with a most enjoyable supper
party Saturday . evening in - honor- of
Xtt devine. Dr. -Spaeth and Ir. I4ebrlc
i Additional, arrests -were 5 Mr. and Ura.
Harry Beat ' Torrey, Mr. and - Mr.
Charles :E Curry, Mr.rand Mrs. Henry
' GeHinger. "Dr. and Mrs. 'A. A. Morrl
; son,. Dr. and Mrs. J. B. BUderbach,"
mr- t,A Xf..- TettHrrt TV Wheelwrfrht.
Dr. - K. A. J.f MacKensie, Miss Jean
' MaoKensie, Mrs. Thomas ---Sharp,! Miss
Camllle Dosch,; Miss Ruth CaUin and
others. ,- ; . . ; - ,
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Mr; and Mrs. Will R. Albee of trfs
Angles are visiting j friends ' and rela
tives in Portland during his vacation,
' and are at the home of R. M. Townsend,
tS East Thirty-ninth street north. .Mr.
- Albee has been , the Southern Pacific
agrent at Redondo for a quarter of a
century." Thirty-four years ago he was
in the railway mail service In Portland.
His wife was formerly Miss Ada Wilson
t .Pendleton. - - s." . v . .
The low SUte society picnic will be
held in Laurelhurst park Monday after
noon. July 21, at 4 p. m. Dinner at :30
p. m. Bring the customary, well-filled
picnic, basket- Coffee, Cream !and sugar
wUl- be furnished .by the, eociety; All
former residents Jif the sts,te of Iowa
and their friends are cordially Invited.
Party In the-elub house in the evening.
Major CrOesley, now on his way home
from France, will be present. . .'
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J Scoot ' Young Camp' No. 2 ' United
Spanish War Veterans" will entertain
a.11 memhers and families and mem-
" bers of the auxiliary - on Tuesday
evening. July 22. at the court house.
. The special feature of the evening will
be tC presentation of a large flag to
. the auxiliary. Comrade Condol Is In
charge of the committee. '
Mrs. John R. . Dickson win entertau
with a dinner dance ' for members of
thw- younger set Saturday " evening at
the Waverley club in honor of her son,
Frank Dicksoiv who recently returned
from overseas, he having first served
with the American forces in mrance
and later with the army of occupation
in Germany, i
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Mrs. : Charles ' J. - Smith . entertained
. with: a beautifully appointed luncheon
Wednesday at her" home on the Alameda.-
-Covers were placed for H
, at sA table made fragrant and attract
tive with a bowl of sweet peas in the
: pastel shades. T ' v
The Misses Marshall', of $ Alexandra
Court "ate -' entertaining ' with -a small
and Informal luncheon today to meet
Mrs. Washburn' of St. Paul, formerly
of. Portland. Covers were ; placed ; for
eight of the friends of . the : honor
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Mr. and Mrs. Percy Barbershier and
Miss Estelle Dlttenhoffer: are expected
to arrive within a few days front New
X'kV. trim m vlalf 4m: TnrtTai Thv
a-tll be guests" at the Hotel Multnomah.
Mrs. Barbershire and Miss Dlttenhoffer
' are sisters of Mrs. Ion Hirsch.
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Mrs." Jt. Bi Murphy and Mrs.' R. Hull
et z Xs Angeles- are "house - guests , of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Cobbs of Port
''land Heights. -Several delightful mo-
& 4a... fidU, . avtA nmlA - niftnAM.' Vav
' beeh given 'Ja , their honor.
i Mrsv Melva Merrill of San Francisco
and Mrs. Em'ma WHlsey Tremblay of
San - "Francisco and Berkeley. CaL,
are staying at the Multnomah. -. ,-.-' -'-.
'--'Scout Toung AxuttrTary No; S.-U. 8.
K. V, has disbanded" until August 2S,
vhen a regular, business meeting will
i Daniel J. Kelleher and Mary Lillian
Martin were united in marriage this
inornlng at :80 o'clock i at St. Mary's
' in the presence of immediate . relatives
MRS. WILLIAM CHRISTENSEN (DeHa Jackson), whose
. marriage was an event of the latter part of June. Mr.
, 'andMrs. Christensen have gone to Nehalem to make their
future home. . - . , - j' . ''s- '"'."
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and close friends. The i attendants were,
Mr. and Mrs. F, A. Foley. -The bride
wore a tailored suit of 'dark blue and a
picture hat of Georgette crepe and car
ried pink rosebuds. Following the cere
mony a wedding breakfast was served
at the home of the bride's mother, . Mrs.
G. W. Martin, 462 Rodney avenue. Mr.
and Mrs. KeUaber Twill make their home
in Portland. . - I
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-. The marriage 'of &Osa Mary E. Hoi
lister and Carl F. Harris will take place
at the home of the bride's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. J. R.' Hollister. 107S Fortieth
street Southeast. Sunday afternoon at 2
o'clock, in the presence of a few close
friends. The young couple will make
thelx. home In Portland;' -
. Miss Gretchen Smith,! daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jay Smith, has returned from
Fort Snelllng reconstruction hospital,
where she has been engaged in recon
struction work since January. Miss
Smith Is a 'graduate of Reed college , in
this phase of war work and was imme
diately assigned to Fort Snelling.
Peter A. Porter Circle, Indies' of G.
A. R, will give a 600 party Friday
afternoont July 18. at the home- of
Mrs. Carrie i Courter. I The public is
invited. "Nice prises will be given.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Chtdo are re
ceiving congratulations I on the birth of
a daughter. Mrs. Chido will be re
membered as Miss Anna Glanelli.
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Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Simon and
Miss-Simon, who have a great " many
friends in this city, have arrived from
New . Tork for a visit ; and are at the
Hotel Benson. -
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Mrs. A. J. Meier and her three little
granddaughters. Janet, i Jean and 'Elsa
Meier., have j gone to ! Seaside for a
stay of two . or three weeks. ' .
Miss- Mary. - Don worth. a charming
member- of - the - sub ebatante set - of
Seattle. i - the house- guest ' of Miss
Marion Whiteside. .
Mrs. Frank Wellington Gilbert and
small son, who are here .from New
Haven, Conn for ' the i summer, have
gone to Cannon Beach for a fortnight's
visit with Miss Antoinette Mears. -
'Mrs. Alfred Smith of the Hotel Ben
son - was hostess ; on 7 Saturday 7 at a
charmingly appointed luncheon given
at the Waverley jclub. Covers were
placed for 14.
- Miss Georglanna Fletcher" of Pendle
ton is the house guest of Miss Mina
lena Cameron for several ' days before;
going - to - the. coast - for an extended
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'Xieslie. Albert' and - John Roth,: who
attended . Hilt Military academy during
the past Tear, have returned to their
home in- Seattle. . They wilWeenter the
academy in the fall. ; i
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-.Mrs. J. V. Beach ofJAlexandra Court
has returned from he country home in
the Waldo Hills and will leave soon
for the coast for a few weeks' stay.
Mr. and Mrs. "William D. Wheel
wrlght and their nephews. Hunt and
Robert Xiewis of Washington, will spend
the week end at Cloud Cap Jam?
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Mrs. Rodney GUsan. Mrs. Arthur M.
Minott and Joseph A. Mlnott, who re
cently returned -. from duty overseas,
have gone to' Escola Beach for a short
stay. . . ' - " - ,
The Misses Flanders : have gone to
Ecola Beach . for an indefinite stay.
Miss Mamie Helen Flynn and - her
brother, Jim, have - given up their Port
land home owing to their mother's death,
and have taken apartments at the Hotel
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? Mr. , and Jtfrs. Carbs S. TJnna and
Stanford ' K. - Unna have returned from
a. pleasant visit to the ocean at Sea
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Urn. .T. Klirrman rvnArman ii4.1ti.j
Tuesdsy -with a luncheon at the Waver
ley club. Covers were placed for 14 and
the afternoon was spent In playing
opeaks tor ;
Plans for Woman's Building at
University Told at Chaii- -tauqua.
HAVE you seen a woman come to a
party recently wearing a white wig.
v short, flowered skirt, and s taffeta
overdress?. Did you think she was in
fancy dress costume? Well, she was
not.- -. - - - - 7 .
This type of eostumery has beenwern
at sedate and formal American affairs.
It is the high-water -mark of coquetry.
It 'does not suit " all our women,' but
when it -is bf coming, it lis very, very
attractive.. It is one of the novel touches
in summer eostumery. It is entirely
against the -chemise. frock, the .draped
satin vown, - the Oriental tulle dance
frock, and the colored cotton net with
its garland of roses. 7 '
- ii is merety a taay oxx zan ; it is a
bit of china taken down from the mantle,
THB WHITE WIO
-It is full of allure and of that type of
femininity which was once adored above
all other, kfrids. Somehow, . the panniers
and the loVered, skirt . need the - white
hair and: aa Paris wore, white wigs be
fore the war, America thinks It attrac
tive to do so now. 7.- .
We are- weary of brilliantly colored
hair. We cannot siye the hair white,
but we- can wear white wigs in the
evening. There are women .who wash
their hair In a peculiar kind of blueing
that turns it from gray , to dead white,
in, order that they may carry off these
eighteenth-century fashions. -
If. one. does not. wish to wear, the wig
and has not the white locks by nature,
then one must do the - best with ' the
hair, that 'grows on the head. If it is
brown, it goes ill with a Watteau frock :
if it is blond, it is extremely attractive.
. So the woman who wants to wear the
taffeta pannier and the slightly full,
flowered skirt of the eighteenth century,
should consider her hair first, or rather.
kshe should have a broad vision thar en
compasses the entire coloring, and fea
turing of her head. One cannot look like
a shepherdess if nature has fashioned
one in the manner of an Aroason or
vampire. .';!a:7 - VC -'- '.J- -v..,, ;
There are certain critics who think
that the average American woman can
not achieve the demure archness and
J-eoquetry of the eighteenth century v that
ner mmq nas gone too far beyond it. Not
that the women of today are any clev
erer than those of the eighteenth cen
tury but their mentality is of the kind
that goes away from archness, from ap
peal through weakness, .from . the over
stressing of femininity. . V .
If a woman feels that she has an
eighteenth century air, let her adopt one
of the revived shepherdess frocks.
It would be well for her id try out
such a bit of eostumery and get away
from the commonplace. It would be a
kind 'of boast, it isy true, that she had
the allure which was made so much of
in the eighteenth century : but women
are always boastlnb of their 'different
types,. Innocently or subtly.
The sketch shows sudh a gown worn
at a summer dance. The short skirt is
By Telia Wlsner
TlflTtS. GEORGE W. GERLINGER who
iVA -pent the week-end in' Portland In
the interest of the Women's building
fund campaign, of which, as a regent
of 'the University of Oregon, she Is the
head, returned on 'Tuesday, to .Dallas,
where, with her family, she is spend
Ins the summer. On Tuesday afternoon
she spoke at the Gladstone Chautauqua,
outlining the plans .for the Women's
building and telling of the progress that
is being made in raising the funds which
are to be ' matched by : the' state in
amounte of $25,000. The first two units
are , now practically assured and rwlth
the raising of , an additional 84000. the
sura of 1100,000 will be- available, it is
hoped, hy the first of August. , '
The plans for the f building I include
gymnasium swimming pool, dressing
rooms, assembly? rooms and sun rooms.
The gymnasium Includes a visitors gal
lery nd rooms for the corrective gym
nastics for which Oreeon became known
in this work under the direction of Dr.
Bertha ; Stuart, now' head of 7the Reed
college reconstruction- dint " There is
such a emandfor he graduates of the
University of Oregon in the . workf in
corrective ? gymftasium H and 7 . physical
work for women that it cannot be sup
plied.1 One of the features of the new
Women's building -will be g complete
equipment or this wrfc,.p h.
v-lt is possible that Mrs, Gerlinger win
return to Portland next -week in the in
terests of the Woman's, building. 7
- Villa lodge, Independent Order of Odd
tt.-i tm a. km a-welcome to its
veteran members this evening at Monta
vUIa, ana r large;, attendance-, and - at
tractlveprogram Is expected. All mem
bers of the order ana -ov um neuoMus
invited ' to attend.' 'RefreshmenU
will be served., -1 ; f ,
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Webfoot camp 5. W. O. W will hold
...kiu InatallaHrm Af of fleers in its
hall, 12s Eleventh street. Friday?, eve
ning. O. W. T. Muellhaupt. organiser
for the order and a memner or tne camp,
will be installing -of fleer. After the in
stallation the evening -will .be spent in
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' The outing of the Kelghbors of Wood
craft at Peninsula park Wednesday, aft
ernoon was largely attended and great
ly . enjoyed. Dinner was- nerved at 1
o'clock and many children were in evi
dence. - - ; ' . .
The annual outing of the Loyal Order
of Moose at Crystal Lake Park next
Sunday is tinder the direct supervision
of C A. Le grand. -. He has . been -t out
there to see everything Is in apple pie
order for the reception of 10,000 members
and guests more or less.:
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Members of - the .- Maccabees and the
ladles and friends - accompany mg them
to Canemah Park last Sunday report one
of the most enjoyable outings of the
season." Mfc7 Hood tent was mainly re
sponsible for .the success. 7
' Washington lodge "conferred -the de
gree of Master. Mason Wednesday night
upon a candidate in full form. - There
was a goodattendance of members. John
W. Little, worshipful master, presided. :
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Kirkpatrlck council,' Knights snd La
dies of Security. Friday night expect to
have a large class - of applicants and
new members at Swiss hall. There will
be many attractive features on the pro
Eighteenth century frock of rose taf
feta over gklrt of printed ehlffon.
The AodlMte small, the sash Is
large, and there are panniers on
-'the ..hips. '.7-7..7---:
of printed chiffon frankly gathered at
the- waist, and over it is a slim little
bodice and big panniers on the hips made
of rose pink taffeta. There., are no
sleeves, except a bit of drapery that
comes down from the bodice and there
is a large sash which ties in an im
mense, bow at- the side. . ,
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HENRY J. DITTER, MGR. . 'vV'
Girls' White Dresses
2 TO 14 YEARS
$1.25 to $4.50 't
Lovely white Frocks of organdie, 'dainty; high waist
line effects, trimmed with, embroidery, lace and inser
tion. Some have ribbon sash and bows. '.'
, Women's and
- Children "
-LADIES' "SLEEVELESS' VESTS,'
plain - or -fancy yokes. iQK'
RejiUr sizes f e-iOC
Ladiea'.Union Suits 50c
Ribbed -UnionI Suits, lace or cuff
knee.-, ;. -1
La'die Union Suits 85c
" - - Extra Sizes ; $1.00 v '
Fine cotton ribbed Unibnt Suits,
lace or cuff knee. ' . .
; ; Ladies' Vests 59c v
v x Extra Sizes 65c '
Fine ribbed sleeveless Vests, taper
top. - . . ;
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; Union Suits 50c x .
Broken 'lines, of boysiand Kirls
lummer Union Suits. v Very spe
iil tt 50c - - - " .
'Kaynee' Wash Togs
for the Boys
Boys'-VYash Suits t2JZT
Fine Gintrhams, Galatea and Per
cales, liht and ' dark . patterns,
striped and plaid effects. Sizes
3 to 8 years.
Boys' Middy Suits $495
White' Galatea with sailor cellar
and .cuffs of dark blue serte,
trimmed with white braid. Sizes -
3 to 8 years, - , -
Boys' Middy Suits $2.50
Plain White Pegry Cloth and Blue
Cfaambray with combination
trimmincs. Sizes 2 to 8 years. "
Boys' Blouses 83c ,
Boys' Blouses 'of Percale nd
Madras In neat stripes and light
and dark patterns. Sizes 6 to '
15 years. . ' h-x
; Children's Hose 19c
3-Pairs 50c ?
Broken tines of "children's Rood
quality Cotton Hose, , black or
white. ' ' - . - -
General and Mrs.. Adrian S. Fleming
continue to be the center of much de
lightful entertaining. Wednesday eve-'
nlng they were honored with a charm
ingly f appointed.' dinner y given at . the
Waverley; club by-Mr. .and Mrs. J. XX
FarrelL ths Uble wa decked la roses
and deep -red foliage and covers were
placed "for 'General , and. Mrs. i Fleming,
Mr. and ' Mrs. Thomas IX s Honeyman,
Mrs. ' Frederick H. Green, Mrs. Etta
Lewis,- Mlw Helen FarrelU Dr. Ralnh
Matson, Jordan Zan and the hosts. :
- Mrs. Oreen Is entertaining with a
luncheon at the Waverley club for Mrs.
Fleming today . at which covers will be
Placed for 12. This evening, Mrs. David
C - Lewis i will give a picnic uo the
highway, for the visitors. On Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Honeyman and their guests
win leave tor .a motor trip to British Co
lumbia points. -. - . .
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Miss Vlrarlnla- MrTlAnniiB-Vt wKn -m.
cenUy returned from the Est, where
she has spent the past year, was- ac
companied home by Miss Frances Brun-
sen oa, wrange,. ew jersey and since
arriving there has been much delight
ful entertaining in their honor. Wednesday-evening
a company of young people
enjoyed dinner at Forest HalL Mrs. J.
anerrean U uorman is entertaining with
a luncheon of 12 covers today at the
Waverley club and on Monday Miss
Helen Farrell was - a dinner hostess.
Miss Constance Sharp presided over a
luncheon on the same day.
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Mrs. H. 8. Butterfield Is enterUlnlnr
today with a small and very Informal
luncheon at the Waverley club in honor
of. Mra. W. H. tngels of Oakland, who
Is returning this week to her home in
Cayfornla, after a visit with her daugh
ter. .Mrs. Robert Sharon. Cover- were
placed for eight at a table made attrac
tive with a basket of vari-colored sum
mer flowers. ,
Miss Rhoda Rumelln gave a dinner
dance Wednesday evening at her home
on North Thirty-second street, in honor
of Miss Ruth Teal and Cmrleton Walter
Belts of Buffalo, N. T-, whose engage
ment .was announced early -this week.
Covers were placed for 28. ; The tables
were beautifully decorated with sweet
peas and hydrangeas. . . .
Mrs. "Slgfrid Vnander (Carolyn Ben
son) '.and small son, Slgfrid, returned
Wednesday from CaUfornla, where they
spent the past ': winter, and are guests
at -the "Hotel Benson.
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7 Mra C Edward Grelle and, children
have gone to-Gearhart for the summer.
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Mrs. Theodore Wilcox-and her son.
Theodore, who have spent the past four
months In the Orient, have arrived in
San Francisco and. will reach rortlar
9 ItlS. Umthmr t, tV, Te.
Nowhere but at the
Will you find just at, the tithe ybU. are 'wanting them, too such an
: . . . - . .1 elaborate display 'of
Beautiful Silk and Lingerie
Your first ' exclamation when you see them will
be, "How dainty and charming," and then "How
wondrously inexpensive," for in this Liebes Semi-
Annual Clearante Sal x ' ;
prices are far below normal at
$1 to $5.95
Read the delightful details that follow and then hurry down
early tomorrow mornlnr. and do your purchasing.
st7m' I'- ir: :. v ;-7i-..7.7-'7''; v.
r- at only One Dollar
Voile and Madras Blouses .with dainty little lace trlmmlncs
or plain tailored Hich or Jow neck styles. One dollar each.
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Georgette and Crepe' de Chine Blouses 4 limited quantity
included. at this very low clearance price because of being
slightly soiled or mussed from display. Various smart high
or low neck styles, embroidered. Jace trimmed, or plain
tailored. One dollar each. -
; f Becoming Voile and Batiste .
Blouses at $195 and '$2.95
An interesting diversity of pretty styles with Peter Pan, high
and low neck, or round neck, and collarless. All white or colored
stripes and checks. -
Georgette and Grepe Blouses
A Splendid Assortment at e$3.95
wiS? or 7neck' Bod. embroidered or lace-trlmmed.
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at $4.95 -
Dainty peplum taodcl. of' flsnnd
Geersette. trimmad with eontisAlnc
eolors. , Alw roond Mek strlee ..
trimmed n-ita trill af not aad m
broidend and buied models. Vhtam
blonaas at S4.BS are ia all solora
EsoeptJo&iIIjr sttnetlve GeortatU
blouM. UUorwi. too trlmaod.
baadad er ambrolderMl Alas maor
, e harming atrtaa In Rsorad and
dotted GaortatU, -rill ft found U
this displar is aay wanted color.
'r l- and re-grouped in three lots .
$14.75 $16.75 $18.75
These useful and stylish Sport Coats are featured
in baronette . satin. Tel vet, . Paulette, wool - and
heather jersey. . . The models are very smart with
natty collars, tie belts, pockets, straight line and
pinchbeck effects. . Colors of rose, tan, oxford, tur
7 Quolse, brown, Copen and black.; .
Silkand Wool Sport Skirts
$5.50- -'$9.75' -$16.50 $18.50
Here are all the novel style effects that hare made
thler-season's Sport Skirts so unusual. Striped and
checked velours, plaid worsteds, taffetas, baronette
satin,.' trlcolettev Georgette, silk poplin and satin.
Sport colors. . ..,.,.. ,..-!-,
. . , i The Sale continues to offer astonishing values in
Wash Dresses at $11.75
I ' A most unusual assortment, v'hich includes dozens of .
. new arrivals. " One or. two dresses of a kind only.'
t Plain tand $tripcd ginghams, plain and figured voiles,
. , organdies and nets. Russian blouse, surplice and straight
: 1 line effects with large collars? cuff s, sashes and other odd
1 trimmings. All summer colors, including white.
See the window displays
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