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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1911)
MORNING ENTERPRISE, THURSDAY. AUOUST 17, 1911.
tVaoadsd Rihbana Ara Vary Fstsfchnf
a laaa Hata.
Poulard la coaablntd wttE" arga for
lb -rrottanr," or coavuieot walklaj
Fabrtca tor tailored suits ara mostly
' of manhlsh weaves because of Uta
vara atytoa. Twaeda, aomvapuna, Esk
' Uah worsted aultium, cbevtota and
aargea In both Boa and hoary
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Read This Every Mornin;
- yaxor suxma. --
- art much favored. Of coarse aaUa
win b much seen, especially la Eton I
The now embroidered allk gloves ara I
beantlful. Soma ara done In colors.
whlla other have tuck and embrokl-
' Hata are trimmed with cabochona
eat with brilliant oriental Jewels.
Brocaded ribbons are wonderfully
. appeallatf and appear to perfection on
- lace hata. Very tempting are the j
ahadow woven patterns and rib bona
through which metallic thread glis
The erase for etrtped and bordered
effects haa extended to the most ple
beiaa of cotton materials, and very
pretty domestic cotton zephyrs and
(lnshama can be had for a trifling-
This odd and -pretty blouse in peas
o ant style la made of plain material
with scalloped edges arranged over all
ore .lace embroidery. The blouse can
be worn with a high walsted skirt or
with one cut to the natural line.
Thla May Mantoa pattern la cut la alsea
from M to 42 Inches bust meaaura. 8n4
IS cents to thla fnsa, atvlns number. 7QK2.
and- K will ba promptly forwarded to yon
by man. If m haste send two cants addi
tional for letter poataae. which lnaurse
mora prompt delivery.
Lace Trim mad Jabota Are Worn With
Hata are of exaggerated alxe, except
some bonnets, which are very high.
While skirts continue to be narrow
In effect, tbey are really much wider.
In some Instances the extra width la
Introduced in the form of tnyerted
plaits down the side and back.
The new Jabota are lace trimmed
and are worn with the linen suits or
separate blouses. The one aided effect
ta evident, a wide frill being attached
to a central strip of lace. '
A crown of panslea la a new Idea.
This waa nsed on a large blue hemp
ahape and was shown with a gorgeous
blue and mauve afternoon dreaa of
Thla child's coat and cape la made of
lightweight material and may be flu
bbed with bands of hand embroidery
or scallops. The coat consists of the
yoke and the front and back portion
the one piece sleeves are gathered
Into bands and finished with rolled
over cuffs. The cape la full, yet smooth
ovar the shoulders.
This May Mantoa pattern Is cut In atxee
for children of two, four and atx years of
ar- Send 10 eenta to thla office, riving
number, TOM, nnd It will ba promptly for
. warded to you by ma.lL If In haste eand
aa additional two aaat stamp for latter
poet are, which Inawrao more prompt oe-
. Court Foola.
. The cnatom of having court foola aur
Tired kAfeeat W Russia, where Peter
the Great often had twelve.
YOUR FAULTS."" ,"
However good you may be, you
hare faulu J however dull you may
be, you can find out what some of '
those faults are, and however slight
they may be, you had better make
some eiott to get rid of then at
Make Ewffy M&attte Count Fzom How T$
September 2nd I
From now is going to be the most exciting, period of the campaign and you should not sacrifice yoor good wcri
of the past; bat mate an extra effort to get in the lead and stayjhere. Any of you can do it if you go at in a 5
determined manner. In'the words of Patrick Henry: "THE RACE IS NOT TO THE STRONG
ALONE BUT TO THE VIGILANT, THE ACTIVE, THE BRAVE." Strive your otmost acd
-theeward will be yours. The first grand awards, those beautil Kimball Pianos are now on display at j
at Htmtley Bros. Company and Bosch's Big Furniture Store,
Candidates and friends are invited to call acd
ON PAID-IN-ADVANCE SUBSCRIP
TIONS OR RENEWALS DURING
DOUBLE SPECIAL VOTE OF
FER ARE AS FOLLOWS:
Six months' subscription to the Daily Enter
prise, by carrier, $2.00, by mail, $1.50, 800
One year's, subscription, $4 by carrier, $3
by mail, 2,000 votes.
Two years' subscription $8 by carrier, $6
by mail, 5,000 votes.
Three years' subscription, by carrier $12;
by mart $9, 10,000 votes.
Five years' subscription, by carrier $20, by
mail $15, 20,000 votes.
One year's subscription Weekly Enterprise,
$1.50, 1,000 votes.
Money must accompany all subscriptions
before votes will be issued.
Two Upright Kimball Pianos
VALUE I Jjy&agffiJSS VALUE
Purchased from Portland's Leading Music House
EILERS' & CO., 7th and Alder Sts.
ill in the name of candidate h
whom you wish to favor 'nil
your votes with remittance fr
your subscription or renewal ci.
to Contest Department The fe
Name of subscriber.
I For M
Two "20th Centttfy"
Drop Hea l
Third and Fou rth Prizes
Foil Pt fces to fee
The Enterprise has used every care
in the selection of these prizes.and has
secured scholarships in two of the fore
most educational institution in the
State of Oregon.
TWO SOLID GOLD
WATCHES (Ladles tUc)
Burmchtcr & Aci-'
. The Letdtag Jwt!
of 619 Main St., OregonC
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The above prizes will be awarded Saturday ninht v
of your favorite candidate is not entered in th5p tember 2nd. -:,lf the nc
' . ' ' a ,n fhe ce, send it in to-d
For furikor pariiou
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