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THE MORNINa OKEGONIA2T, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 19Q4.
HOW THEIR JOY
Wbea -Bet eegrralsnt, te eemo to tfee Hers,
sbep by pfeeae. All orders filled by expert
beepers. Call "EzehAage 12."
FIFTH, SIXTH AND WASHINGTON STS.
Repablicans Gather at
AGENTS POE THE FAMOUS STAND AID PATTERNS, NOW SEDUCED TO 10c AND 15c EACH NONE HIGHER. THE "DESIGNEE," A MONTHLY MAGAZINE OP REAL USE TO "WOMEN DECEMBER
NUMBER NOW EEADT. 10c A COPY AT PATTERN COUNTER ANNEX (FIFTH STEEET), FIRST FLOOR, OR 80c A YEAE POSTPAID TO ANY ADDRESS. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED.
GAY SCENES IN NEW YORK
LEADING ICAEL-OBDEB HOUSE OH COA8T
Shouting, Noisy Multitude
OTHER STREETS ARE BLOCKED
Prominent Indiana Republicans Ten
der VIce-Presldent-Elect Fair
banks a Reception at
NEW YORK, Nov. 8. Republican Na
tional headquarters was a scene of rejoicing-
tonight The row of rooms which
have been occupied by the committee
were opened to a number of specially
Invited guests. The communicating
rooms were thrown open, making' a long
corridor from Chairman Cortelyou's room
to the ' pressroom'.
Cornelius N. Bliss, treasurer of the
committee, was one of the first to ap
pear, and soon after his arrival the re
sult of the election was known. Chair
man Cortelyou was delayed on Long
Island. Just before 9 o'clock he went to
the National headquarters, and soon af
terwards issued a statement saying:
"At this hour the Indications are that
the country has given an overwhelming
vote of confidence In the President and
Many personal friends of the President
called to join the general celebration.
James Bryce, II. P., was among the vis
As the reports from New Tork were
received they were greeted with applause.
and the Republicans seemed surprised,
as well as gratified, at the great major!
lies. They felt assured that the Empire
State had pointed the way which the re
mainder of the Northern States would
show, and later returns from outside in
creased their joy. During the evening
luncheon was served In the rooms.
Broadway tonight was packed with
shouting, noisy multitude who were cel
ebrating election. Horns, bells, rattles,
whistles and other contrivances. Which
would create a din, were used with vigor
and effect Around the various points
where bulletins were displayed the crowd
jammed the streets until the were com
pjetely blocked. It was a good-natured
rowdand all seemed to be Republicans
lor- the time, as the names of Roosevelt
and Higgins were- often and heartily
The result was known so quickly that
much Interest was taken out of the bul
letins, and the crowds marched up and
down the streets creating a deafening
din that developed into a roar for more
than a dozen blocks.
RECEPTION FOR FAIRBANKS.
Prominent. Republicans Honor the
INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. S. Senator
Charles W. Fairbanks, who was today
elected Vice-President of the United
States, was given a reception at the
Columbia Club tonight by prominent Re
publicans of the city and state. The af
fair was an Informal jollification. Sena
tor Fairbanks said to the Associated
"The result is a very generous indorse
ment of President Roosevelt and of his
most admirable Administration."
Senator Fairbanks announced that he
and President Roosevelt had exchanged
GLAD TIDINGS FROM COAST.
Washington, Montana and California
Are Strongly for Roosevelt.
CHICAGO. Nov. 8. Secretary Dover, of
the National Republican Committee, has
received the following telegrams:
"Democrats concede Washington to
Roosevelt by 20,000. We claim by 40.000.
"E. B. PALMER, Chairman." '
?Butte, Mont, Nov. 8. Accept sin
cere congratulations. It's glorious. Put
Montana In the grand triumphal proces
sion. LEE MANTLE, Chairman."
"California will give Roosevelt 75,000
majority, and all the Congressmen will be
, "GEORGE STONE. Chairman."
Chairman Falrley. of Colorado, reported
early In the evening as follows:
"Roosevelt and Peabody will carry Colo
rado. The latter's majority will be
smaller than Roosevelt's."
CORTELYOU TO ROOSEVELT.
Country Has Given an Overwhelming
Vote of Confidence.
NEW YORK. Nov. S. Chairman Cor
telyou, of the Republican National Com
mittee, sent the following telegram to the
President tonight: 1
"New York. Nov. 8. To the President,
"The country has given on overwhelm
ing vote of confidence In you and your
Administration. My associates of the
Republican National Committee join me
In heartiest congratulations.
"GEORGE B. CORTELYOU."
Fairbanks Wires Roosevelt.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 8. President
Roosevelt tonight received the following
from Senator Fairbanks:
"Indications are you have carried In
diana by largely increased plurality. Re
turns are meager."
Chairman William Barnes. Jr., of the
State Executive Committee of New York,
"Your majority In the state will exceed
250,000. Higgins will have about 100.080."
Taggart Telegraphs Congratulations.
INDIANAPOLIS. Nov. 8. Xtamocrnric
National Chairman Taggart has conceded
the election of Roosevelt and Fairbanks,
and baa telegraphed his congratulations
to Republican National Chairman Cor
telyou. Cleveland's Heme Against Parker.
TRXXTON, J., Now. 8. The First
district, to which ex-President Cleveland
voted today, gave Rooeevalt a majority
THE PEOPLE HAVE DECIDED!
So Have the Women of the Western Style World!
'Twas Mrs. Comparison spoke Listen! "I move you, Madam Fashion, that Miss Portland be instructed to cast one vote, voicing the sentiment of the women of
the Northwest, here assembled, for OLDS, "WORTMAN k KING, to have and to hold for all time, the right and. title to "Portland's greatest, foremost, fairest,
store the Fashion center of the Western mercantile world." The move has been carried the vote cast. The favor of the people has made this PORTLAND'S
GREATEST STORE. We want your attention today and tomorrow for these extra special values created by the matchless "COMPARISON SALES" of
this second "AMERICAN WEEK."
SWEEPING CLEARING OP THE MILLINERY
SALONS LAST WEEK IN PRESENT
Every vestige of the beautiful
stock of Hats price-slaughtered!
Any Hat in the store one-fourth
off in price! Some one-third off
and others at one-half price! A
mighty move to sell the Milli
.nery! SPECIAL EXTRA! TODAY!
Ladies' $4 Tailored Turbans $1.49
200 beauties, just in from their new York makers,
handsome tailored Turbans, in scratch felt, made
over "wire or buckram frames, -trimmed with quills,
pompons, wings, pretty novel ornaments and silk
velvets. In a big variety and splendid color assort
ment, embracing black, brown, navy, reds, tans,
grays, etc Values in the assortment up to $4.00.
Choice today only at $1.49
A Drastic Sale of -Fine
SILKS AND. DRESS
Pifth Street Annex First
Movings necessary to the
alterations and expansions
now going on necessitate
this wholesale slaughter of
these stocks. 'Twill pay
the prudent woman to buy
now for months to come of
these new fabrics.
Silk and Dress Goods An
nex, Fifth Street, first
Silk Specials for Tuesday
and Wednesday Black
Taffetas and Peau de Soies
the very best values pro
duced by American manu
facturers purchased by us
direct from the best and
most reliable makers in America, thereby saving
the middleman's profit:
19-inch all pure silk Black Taffeta, regular 75c qual
ity special for two days, yard 52
19-inch all pure silk Black Taffeta, regular 85o qual
ity special for two days, yard 69
21-inch all pure silk Black Taffeta, regular $1.00
quality special for two days, yard... 76
27-inch all pure silk Black Taffeta, regular $1.25
quality special for two days, yard .-98
N. B. These Taffetas are splendid values at our
regular.pric.es, and to those wanting linings, drop
skirts, trimming or black taffeta suits, this special
sale should bring every lady in town to this, Port
land's largest and best silk departmenti'-- -
Dependable Black Peau de Soies
Regular $1.00 quality, all pure silk special for two
days, per yard ,,..7Q
Regular $1.10 quality all pure silk special for two
days, per yard S4
Regular $1.25 quality all pure silk special for two
days, per yard 92
Regular $1.35 quality all pure silk special for two
days, per yard... $1.03
Regular $2.25 quality, 36 inches wide, all pure silk
special for two days $1.89
The above are all pure yarn-dyed silks, fast colors
and splendid value at our regular prices a great sav
ing, for tboso in need of Peau de Soie for either
gowns, skirts or. suits.
COLORED DRESS GOODS-Apecial sale Our $2
grades of. new American-rmade Suitings, all the
new, mannish effects in the wanted. colors special
atj. .per yard -. $1.66
Our $1.75 grade of new American-made Tailor Suit
ings, in chevron serges, mannish tweeds, etc, etc
special at, per yard ,. . . . t $1.43
Our $1.50 grades of high-class American-made Snit
ings, in full assortment of the newest wanted col
ors special for the week, per yard $1.19
Black Dress Goods greatly reduced for this week's
Regular $1.50 values, special for $1.19
Regular $1.75 values, special for $1.43
Regular $2.00 values, special for $1.67
Regular $2.50 values, special for $2.12
These specials are on American-made Black Dress
Goods, including all this season's new weaves, weights
American Week's Great "Comparison Sale."
"Those Whom the Gods Would Destroy They First
Of Women's Theater and Evening Wraps Calling
and Carriage Gowns, Evening Gowns and Party
Costumes Magnificent Creations, Fresh
From Their Makers at
Half Price for All Week
the ire of a
sequential stores; the
as a natur
quence. Stores that
in a blun
this. We '
j?ew women would dream or going to a "grocery
store" for magnificent evening gowns and few do
as the days that go by in the wee.lc attest. Hundreds
of home-folk and some good neighboring people, as
well as tourists, have taken advantage of this GREAT
HALF-PRICE SALE! Hundreds more will. Mon
day and Tuesday were record-smashing days in the
great Salons of Dress. For.the balance of the week
we want to urge the importance of attendance upon
OUT-OF-TOWN FOLK. It will piy to plan a
spticial trip to Portland to attend this sale. Think
of saving $50.00 on a $100 evening gown, wrap or
costume, or $100 on a $200 value of the same, that's
just what you do when you buy these same here this
week and our regular prices, at all times-, are lower
than elsewhere in all the West for same qualities
to say naught of the exclusive styles obtainable only
at this store, west of Denver. In them you'll recog
nize the master touch of the famous Parisians who
dominate the world of fashion, as well as leading
Berlin, Vienna, London and New York designers,
among the latter that world-famous fashion moulder
and creator Mile. Shroeder herself, noted as "New
York's best-dressed woman,-" and whose creations
are not shown on the Pacific Coast outside this great
style store. Worth, Paquin, Sara Mayer, Doetullet,
Radnitz, Francais & Cio, Doucet, Gustave Beer,
Madam Agnes and other famous Parisian designers'
models are represented here. In smartness and style
naught is left to be desired. It's a sale that vibrates
with vital interest and holds forth the greatest buying
opportunities to every woman who wants the latest
and most authoritative expression of Fashion's later
ideas in theater and evening wraps $50 to $250, now
one-half price- $25 to $125; calling and carriage
gowns, $75 to $250, now one-half price $37.50 to
$125; costumes and evening gowns, $85 to $500, now
one-half price $42.50 to $250.
The Greatest Sale of High Art Creations in Dress
for Fastidious Women- Ever Attempted or Conducted
in all the West Not a syllable of exaggeration exists
in the above Olds, Wortman & King.
GREATEST WAIST SALE OF THE SEASON.
Women's New $4.50, $5
Waists, Today $2.50
There'll Be a Stampede for Tailored Waists Through
the Apparel Shop Today.
A monster purchase
by the department
SfiP from New York, of
the famous "Knick
One of America's
besi known standard
woman knefafs them
and of their style
site , workmanship
marks every one.
Materials are bril
and flannels, in a
splendid choosing of
colors, embracing browns, "royals, cardinals, navys,
maroons, tansf white and black all solid colorings
and all have the new Bischoff sleeve, fancy stock
collar, with silk ties. They are in tucked and plaited
effects, strictly man-tailored. The best $4.50 and
$5.004 values in tailored waists ever offered the women
of'Portland. Special today at $2.50
Uncle Sam's Man
Works for Us!
To those who cannot get to the
store or 'phone we urge the im
portance of using our MA Hi
ORDER DEPARTMENT. Now
the leading and best equipped
of any west of Chicago. We
employ expert shopperste fill
all mail requests and guarantee
both pronptnese and satisfac
tion. Mail Order Depariraent
now permanently located on 5th
floor west annex.
Matchless Shoe Values
These prices for
$3.43 FOR WOMEN'S $5.00 SHOES.
Women's Shoes, with heavy soles, of patent colt and
patent kid, with neat, round toes, plain or tipped,
military or Cuban heels, and matt lops. Regular
$5 goods. Special American sale price, pair, $3.43
$2.79 FOR WOMEN'S "EMPRESS" SHOES,
WORTH $3 50.
The popular Shoe for women "The Empress"
comes in vici kid, box or storm calf, Blucher or Bal.
cut, patent or stock tip, Cuban, military or flat
walking heels; ten choice styles. Regular $3.50
value. Special American Sale Price, pair. .$2.79
WOMEN'S $2.50 SHOES FOR $1.93.
Women's dressy vici Md Juliettes, with patent tips,
hand-tumed soles and opera heels. Regular $2.50
value. Special American Sale Price at, pair $1.98
JULIETTES WORTH $2.00 FOR $1.68.
House, hospital or nurses' Juliettes, with rubber
heels, hand-turned soles, full round toes. Regular
price is $2.00. Special American Sale Price, at,
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES.
Made of box calf or vici kid, with heavy double
soles, round toes and patent tips, spring heels, lace
Sizes 6 to 8, value $1.25 American Sale Price, 88
Sizes 8Y2 to 11, value $1.50 .American Sale Price,
Sizes 11 V to 2, value $2.00 American Sale Price,
98c FOR JULIETTES WORTH $1.50.
Warm House Juliettes, red or black, fur-trimmed,
hand-turned. Value, $1.50. Special American
Sale Price, pair 08
WOMEN'S $3.50 SHOES FOR $2.79.
Women's Dress. Shoes fine kid uppers, patent tips,
military or .opera heels, hand-turned soles, very
neat and dressy, in eight different styles. Regular
$3.50 value. Special American Sale price. .$2.79
ONLY $1.98 FOR WOMEN'S J3 SHOES. -
Women's " Gladys' Shoes, Si vici kid, with heavy of
light soles, patent or stock tips, military heels, neat
and serviceable. Regular $3.00 value. Special
American Sale Price, pair $1.98
A Reliable Store for
Table Linens at
The world's best
linens at Amer
prices 1st Floor.
We continue this
week, with added
values, the Annual
of Table Linens.
All Table Linens
for the week
73c instead of 90c
for Bleached Dam
askBleached Table Damask, 72
inches wide, all linen; regular price 90c; special
Thanksgiving Sale price, yard 73
Dinner Napkins to match; regular $2.75 value; spe
cial Thanksgiving Sale price, dozen $2.35
Table Damask Bleached, 72 inches wide; special
Thanksgiving Sale price, yard ,...$1.05
Dinner Napkins to match; special price, doz. $3.45
$1.23 instead of $1.50 for Table Damask pleached
Damask, 72 inches wide, and extra good value at
$1.50 a yard; special Thanksgiving Sale price,
the yard ..$1.23
Napkins to match, dinner size; spec at, doz. $3.88
Splendid assortment of Damasks by the yard, 56 to
90 inches wide, all linen, at prices ranging from
45c to $2.70 the yard All at Special Thanksgiving'
Damask Sets Beautiful Sets, consisting of cloth
and one dozen napkins, plain, hemstitched or
fringed, many rich and handsome designs, in all
sizes; special Thanksgiving Sale prices, the set,
$6.75, $7.40, $8.10 and $9.00
Tea Cloths Size 36x36 inches, plain linen, hand
hemstitched; extra special Thanksgiving Sale
price, each $1.10
Tray Cloths Size 19x27 inches, plain linen, hand
hemstitched; extra special Thanksgiving Sale
price at, each 50
Tea Goths Hand embroidered and hemstitched;
extra special Thanksgiving Sale- prices ateach
$1.4S, $1.80, $2.00, $2i5 up to.., 1.1, .$4:05
Tray Cloths, Tea Cloths, Lunch Cloths, Sideboard
Scarfs, Doilies All at Special Thanksgiving Sale
School Vote for Canal Mode!
Grows more and more Interesting as the contest nears
the end and we hear there will be some surprises at
the end, for we hear whispers here and there that
many votes are being held back We'll tell .you about
It Thanksgiving- day. And the compositions they are
very interesting, costing In every day now. One little
girl wrote yesterday that "The Panama" canal connected
America." Not bo far wrong, after all, perhaps. The
vote at 5 P. M. yesterday stood like this:
High School 105.541
St. Mary's Academy - 96,365
Harrison School 88.928
Park School 63,332
Portland Academy 66,001
Atkinson- School 36,120
'Williams-Avenue School 27,063
Failing School .-. 23.SS1
Kolladay School - 19,608
Sunny aide School .... 13,S3S
America's Best Ranges
Took Highest Award at
the St. Louis Exposition
Their Name Is
The award "was
they were the
best range, in
Ranges ( Gnick
A special quick baking, 16-inch oven, $35.00 range,
A good cooking range, 175-pound weight, $12.50 value,
special for $9,75
A handsome oak heater, $7.25 value, special $5.75
Oil heaters, special at 2.50
Stovepipe, 5 or 6-inch diameter, special 10
The lien Are Coming for linden
Lewis Pure "Wool Ribbed Underwear Full fashioned,
sweater neck, regular price the garment is $4.50 ;
1 1 moving sale ' ' price is just one-half or $2.25 nil
Lewis Silk and Linen Underwear Regular $4.50
vtuuc, special luuving saie price,. .... .ipd.jUy
A Number of the Staley TJnderwear "Which is not
being made any more; regular price $4.50; special
"moving sale" price is just one-half or 2.25
Small Size3 Only in Natural Gray Worsted Under
wear Full fashioned; regular $2.75 value, for
special "moving sale" price is one-half or 1.38
Full Regular-Made "Worsted Underwear Regular
$2.25 value; "moving sale" price is 1.13
Camelshair Underwear Regular price -$1.50; special
1 1 moving sale ' ' price at, ' garment S5$S
Natural Gray "Wool Underwear Regular $1.00- value.
- special "moving sale-" price is, garment 65fj.
Undershirts In natural gray; regular-" 75c ' "value;
"moving sale" price, each ..39
Fleeced Lined Underwear Yalue 75c garment;
."moving sale" price is, garment .....39
Brown Merifao Underwear Regular $1.00 value;
special "moving sale" price, garment...... .65
Extra Special Shirts A line of unlaundered Shirts,
not all sizes; value to 75c; "moving sale" price,
Penny Savings Create Dollar
Save here from First-floor Shops.
$1.00 for Shopping Bags, worth 31.08 Black sijk Opera
or Shopping Bags, with fancy oxide or gilt tops. Value
31.98. Special at. each S1.80
20c for fancy Mounted Shell Back Combs, worth... 35c
21c instead of 35c for fancy Hat Pins Fancy Hat Pins,
with fancy top in pearl turquoise, cut crystal and
head designs, value 35c. Special price, each 21c
20c for Bar Pins, worth 30j Fancy silver Bar Pins, set
with white Rhinestones. Value 30c Special price.. 20c
5c Instead of 25c for fancy Stick Pins A good assort
ment. 30c for Scissors, worth 50c Ladies nickel-plated Scis
sors, 6 and 6 H -inch size. Value 50c. Special at, pr.SSc
35e for Inkstands, worth 50c Inkstands with black or
cherry base, with fancy glass ink well. Value 50c.
Special, each - 35c
65c for Shopping Bags, worth 31.25 Boston Shopping
Bags, 11-inch frames, leather handles. Value 31.25.
Special at, each - 65c
12c for Writing Paper, worth 18c Standard tints Writ
ing Paper, pink, nile and gray 24 sheets of paper
and 24 envelopes. Value 18c Special at, box 12c
15c for Writing paper, worth 25c High-grade Writing
Paper, ruled, in white, in 1-pound packages. Value1
25c Special at, package - - 15c
25c for Wash Cloths in Rubber Cases, worth 35c Wash
Cloths in rubber cases, sateen covered. Value 35c
Special at, each - - 25c
49c the bottle for Toilet Waters, worth 75c Crown im
ported Toilet Waters in crabapple, violet, heliotrope
and other odors. Value 75c Special at, bottle 48c
39c for TOoth Powder, .worth. 50c Calders Saponaceous
Dentine Tooth Powder, extra large size bottles.
Value 50c. Special at, bottlo 39c
7c Instead of 10c for best French Tooth Brushes.
49c for Castile Soap, worth 75c i-pound bar purest
quality Imported Italian Castile Soap, white or green,
"value 75c Special at. bar 48c
7c for Collar Foundations, worth 10c White silk Col--lar
Foundations, pointed effect, all sizes. Value 10c
Special at, each 7c
15c instead of 25c for Iron Heaters Curling Iron Heat
ers, large size. Value 25c Special -at, each... 15c
4c instead of 8c for Toilet Plns Large cube," jet headed
Toilet Pins, 100 to cube, assorted sizes. Value
8c Special at, cube 4c
2d for White Basting Cotton White Basting Cotton,
200 yards to spool. Nos. 40 and 50. Special at, spool.. 2c
Two Extraordinary Sales, of Extreme Importance to
Portland Women Today in the Garment Salons.
A Stirring Sala of. Hew f 6.50 to ?10.00
Walking Skirts for $4.55
All new, in
trim and jaunty,
for almost all
even go inr the
house or street
by the house
shopgirl in shop
and store, com
'with style. In
homespuns, cheviots and pretty fancy worsteds, in
mannish suiting effects. Blacks, navys and the fash
ionable, popular mixtures. Values included are skirts
at $6.50, $7.50, $&50 and $10. Early comers get pick
of the $10.00 numbers for. . . e ... .$4.85
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