Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, August 20, 1913, Page 13, Image 13

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Visit the Green Trading Stamp Premium Parlors on the Fourth Floor and View the Thousands of Beautiful Gifts to Be Given Away Free for jjC Trading Stamps
Special 25c Lunch Served Daily in the Basement Vp-to-D ate Shoe Shining Parlors in the Basement Neapolitan Brick Ice Cream on Sale at Soda Fountain in Basement
35c Silk Lisle Hose 1 9c Pr.
Children s Hose 10c Pair
1 5c, 25c Wash Belts at 5c
Olds, Wortman & King
Reliable Merchandise Reliable Methods
35c Fancy Ribbons 19c Yard
Basement Women's fine
Silk Lisle Hose in black,
white and tan. Extra good
quality and fast colors. Reg
Basement Children's lxl
ribbed School Hosiery; dou
ble heel and toes and seam
less feet; colors black and
tan. All sizes, 5 to t fg
Basement Great one -day
clean-up of 'women's white
Basement 5-inch all pure
Silk Ribbons iu scores of
patterns. Rich new colors
and excellent 35c -truality.
On sale Wednes- Tj Q
day, the yard, only f
Wash Belts; neat embroid
ered styles with large fancy
pearl buckles; rezri- C?f
lar 13c and 25c Belts -'
ular 35c grade, on T Ck
cnpcial sale, a rair -- if
gtere Hoars 8 iSO to SiSO Dally, Except Saturday.
Saturday Hoora SiSO A. M. to ti30 P. M.
10. The pair, only AWV
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Double Hd?9 Trading Stamps Today With All Basement Cash Purchases
THE MOIiXIXG OREGONIAX, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, . 1913.
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Women's $5, $7. 50 WashDresses $2.98
One Style, Like Illustration
In the Basement By taking all the manufacturer had of these at
tractive dresses we secured them at an extraordinarily low price,
and we pass them along to our customers at like savings. Every
dress in this immense lot strictly new; fresh, clean and stylish
in every particular. Fancy Voiles, Batistes, Foulards, Crepes, Ra
tine, Lawns, Dimities, etc., in scores of attractive styles some with
fancy yokes of net, others trimmed with buttons, pipings, embroid
ery, etc Handsome dresses for street or house wear. A great many
different styles, patterns and colors, and all sizes for J? 9 CiQ
women and misses. $5.00, $6.00 and $7.50 Dresses
$12.50, $15 Dresses at $7.98
Full Line of All Sizes
In the Basement Charming one-piece dresses for street wear a
special purchase of just 110 of them on sale tomorrow at about
half regular prices. Stylish, well-made garments of silks and
French serges in plain tailored or fancy effects. Splendid range of
colorings for early Fall wear. Great many attractive styles from
which to choose, and there are all sizes for both women and misses.
Dresses selling ordinarily at $12.50 to $15.00 each, Jjy QO
In one big lot for quick cleanup. Your choice at P 'O
$8.50 Long Linen Coats $1.98
Up to $15 Cloth Coats $3.98
Basement Women's and Misses'
long Linen Coats,, serviceable
styles for motoring and general
buting wear. Full-length mod
els of heavy linen crash in nat
ural color. Neat-fitting. Sev
eral styles. Grades CP "I QP
worth to $8.50 at pXaCTO
Women's $2.75 Wool Sweaters $1.98
Long Kimonos, Special, 98c
Basement 25 dozen Women's
I Long Kimonos in this special of
j fering. Made from splendid
washable materials in attractive
Basement Odd lines women 's
Fabric Coats at a phenomenally
low price today. Fancy tweed
mixtures and serges ; also
some in pongee Silks; medium
weight Coats for present wear,
selling formerly CJO QQ
up to $15; choice
Basement Special sale of Wom
en's Warm Wool Sweaters
heavyweight Cardigan ribbed in
Byron collar style ; finished with
pockets and large pearl buttons.
Colors gray, white, cardinal and
navy. All sizes. X 7 QQ
$2.75 grades, only V -'-
patterns and colorings. Grades
selling usually at $1.50. In all
for
s. Offered special CkQg
Wednesday at only-' Ol
Hat Shapes at 25c
Basement-Grades selling for
merly up to $2.50. A final
wind-up of the season. Sev
eral hundred nntrim'd shapes
in hemps and fancy straws.
Medium and large styles in
black and colors, only 25
50c Union Suits 33c
Basement Women's fine lisle
finish Union Suits at a rare
bargain. Low neck, sleeve
less style, with lace-trimmed
umbrella knee; medium Sum
mer weight and all sizes; 50o
quality, offered at only 33
$2 Corsets, Sizes 18 to 30, Sped, $1.29
50c Embroidery Corset Covers 37c
ill
Basement j; ive splendid new
models for average -figures; of
high-grade coutil with six hose
supporters. Regu- JJ t Q
lar $2 Corsets for
Basement Allover Embroidery
Corset Covers in many beautiful
patterns; regular 50c values; in
all sizes; offered spe- ' f.
eial for this sale, only-
Women's 50c Brassieres, Spec', 29c
Women's 25c Aprons at 15c
Basement Women's heavy
grade Brassieres, well boned, re
inforced under arm, and nicely
trimmed. Regular 50c 9Q
Brassieres, special at
Basement C h e c k ed Gingham
and white Lawn Aprons in long,
full styles. Our best regular 25o
grades. Offered spe- EZf
cial Wednesday at only
An Unparalleled Silk Offering!
Grades Selling at 50c and S5c Now OQ,
Basement Many odd lines and small lots high' grade g lrr
Silks grouped for quick clean-up. Silks suitable for
dresses, waists, kimonos, petticoats, trimmings, fancy work, etc. Fiain
taffetas, poplins, surahs, satins and other desirable weaves in good
selection of, colors and excellent; qualities. . Double .VS& H.V.Stamps
with Basement cash purchases today. 50c to 85o Silks at 29$
54-Inch Suitings , Special, 59c
A Standard $1.00.Quality
In the Easement For one-piece Dresses, Tailored Suits and Skirts.
Splendid medium-weight fabric in popular shades of gray. Full 54
inches wide, and makes up beautifully. On sale today ETQp
only at this low price. Regular $1.00 Suitings at, the yard-'''
2000 Remnants Now Price
Dress Goods and Sitks
In the Basement Remnants and short lengths of Dress Goods and
Silks in plain or fancy weaves. Ends of this season's best-selling
materials. Good, useful lengths, for various pur- Aj Jtfif
poses. You may choose any remnant today at
Notion Specials
Basement
10c Shopping Bags 5c Good strong
bags of brown twine; light and
convenient to carry. Extra quality.
35c Jewelery at 15c Hundreds of
pieces fancy Jewelry, pins, brooches
and novelties of various kinds.
25c Hat Pins 3c Fancy Hat Pins
priced sensationally low. Black and
colors; scores of attractive designs.
5c Spool Silk 2V2C Good quality
Spool Silk in black and popular
colors, for hand or machine use.
20c Sheet Pictures 5c Beautiful
Sheet Pictures in a great variety of
subjects. lOc, 15c to 25o qualities.
60c Shell Goods 10c Barrettes,
Back and Side Combs in plain and
fancy settings. Large assortment.
36-in. Cotton Challies 9c
In the Easement Special purchase and sale 5000 yards fine French
Cotton Challies for kimonos, house dresses, children's wear, etc Full
36 inches wide, and great assortment Oriental patterns and rich Qu
colors. Double stamps with cash purchases. Challies, a yard''
27 -Inch White Dimities, Special,Yd. 8c
18-Inch Bleached Crash 5c Yard
Basement 27-inch White Dimity
a fine 6heer quality for chil
dren's' dresses, waists, Qf
aprons, etc. Special, yard Ol
Basement 100 pieces of splendid
quality bleached Crash Toweling.
Very absorbent and heavy. EZf.
18 inches wide; yard, only J
72x90 Bleached Sheets, Special, 38c
Huck Towels, Special, 95c Dozen
Basement Bleached Sheets at a
nick-selling price for Wednesday.
72x90 size, neatly hem'd, O Of
ready for use. Now only OL
Basement Huck Towels of good
heavy quality; size 16x32 inches,
with colored borders and Q T -
hemmed ends. Dozen at''1'
Cotton Camping Blankets 69c
In the Easement Store Going hop-picking T Or to the mountains f
This special in heavy fleeced Cotton blankets will be of interest to you.
Come in shades of tan and gray with fancy colored border at 2Ck
We'll sell hundreds of pairs at this special low price V-'
ends.
15c Curtain Materials 7V2C Yd.
36x72 in. Window Shades at 33c
Basement Mill ends Curtain ma
terials madras, in attractive fig
ured effects and other materials;
standard 12Vo to 15e rJl'r
grades, special, a yard
Basement 100 dozen Window
Shades of extra quality; full
opaque, green; size 36x72 inches.
For a special Wednesday
sale buy them for only
33c
Drapery Remnants at l2
In the Basement Short lengths of high-grade Drapery materials at
just half what they sold for in the piece. Good, useful lengths for all
purposes. A great variety of patterns and weaves J . JO-t f
from which to choose. Buy them Wednesday at just ' fl
32-in.Kr inkle Seersucker,Spec. llcYd.
Cotton Foulards, Special 12c a Yard
Basement Mill end3 of Krinkle II Basement Beautiful silk -finish
Seersucker; good heavy quality, Foulards for Summer dresses and
excellent colors. Attract- 1 1 waists. Small neat pat- 1
J- tt torus. Rneeial nt. a vard -I.W".
ive stripe patterns. Yd.
Women's $3.50, $4 Sweaters
Main Floor Center Circle 0 ?Ch
Splendid heavyribbed Sweater Coats for Worn- ?7aW JJ
en and Misses. Two styles "Kuffneck" or
"Byron collar." . Good, heavy Cardigan ribbed, with close-fitting
cuffs, side pockets and pearl buttons. Every Sweater made in stand
ard, full sizes long and roomy. Excellent $3.50 and $4 qualities. In
gray, tan, white and cardinal, and all sizes from 36 to 44. See these!
Long Lisle Gloves
33c Pair
Basement-30 dozen pairs Wom
en 's Long Lisle Gloves at a bar
gain price ; full 16-button length,
with two clasps at wrist. Colors
black, white, tan, gray and bis
cuit: All sizes. Special OO,
in this sale, a pair, only-'''
Reg. 50c Flouncings
19c Yard
Basement Beautiful sheer
Swiss Embroidery Flouncings in
daintiest of patterns. Full 27
inches wide with strong, well
worked edges. Regular 35c to
50c qualities, on sale to- f Q-
day at, the yard, only--''
Great Sale Men's $3, $4 Shoes
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nmm,
All Sizes and
Widths
Basement 1000 pairs Men's Shoes in
patent, gunmetal and vici kid; button
or lace styles; mostly all Goodyear
welt soles. All sizes. 4 T QQ
$3 and $4 Shoes at, pair P -f
Women's $5 Footwear $1.98
In the Basement Store Women's and Misses' high-grade Shoes in
popular styles. New, stylish lasts not narrow widths but all are wide.
A 1 1. 1 A T- . . .
i-atents, gunmetal, suedes, tans, O? 7 Q O
J -M. m s t7
a fi vara u
n1 mi
nit
comfortable toe
velvet, vici kids.
All sizes. Grades worth to $5 pair
Wednesday Cleanup Trimmed Millinery
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Choice of 125 Trimmed Hats, Selling Regularly Up to $5
In the Basement TJnderpnce Store Here's a millinery offering that will be a crowd
bringer. This season 's smartest styles, handsomely trimmed and in a good assortment
of colors. Small or large shapes. Hats selling formerly up to $5.00, offered in this
phenomenal sale at 50c. No phone orders ; none sent C. 0. D.; no exchanges made.
Boys' $5.00 and $6.00 Suits
$3.65
400 of these handsome Suits in
this great one-day sale. Every
parent in Portland should take
advantage of this remarkable
offering. Smart, neat patterns and good, serviceable
colors. Many suits in this lot have two pairs of
pants. Stylish, .well-made Suits faultlessly
tailored . and perfect-ntting. Extra value
crowded into every one of these splendid Suits.
Formerly selling at $5 and $6, ZJO ZCS
in thi3 Basement Special at or.ly V- v-'
Boys' $1 Knickerbockers at 75c
Ages 5 to 16 Years
Basement Buy the Boy's School Pants here
today and save money! High-grade Cordu
roys and tweed effects in good, serviceable
colors. Ages from 5 to 16 years. Best EZ(
regular $1.00 Pants, special for only l
Boys' $1 Blouses at 35c
Ages 7 to 15 Years
Basement Boys' Blouses and Shirts in great
many styles. Some are a little soiled and
mussed, but at this price a great bargain. Ex
cellent materials and patterns. Grades O CZ
selling to $1. Wednesday special,. pr. 0JI
Men's 75c Union Suits at 45c
Men's High Grade Collars 3c Each
Men's Summer-weight Mesh and II 100 dozen Men's Collars, "B. &
Balbriggan Union Suits, clean-up W." and other good makes. Good
of many odd lines but all A EZ. assortment of styles, and
sizes. Regular 75c grades'"'' nearly all sizes. . Special at -Ol
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Notion Day' Main Fir. Bargain Circle
200-yard Spool Cotton, black, white, at 4
200-yard Spool Cotton, by the dozen. . .45
100-yard Spool Silk, black and colors . .5C
500 yard Basting Cotton, white, spool 4
SO0 yard Basting Cotton, by the dozen 45
45 yard Darning Cotton. 2Hc grade. ...1
60c Naiad Bolero Dress Shields 35
65c Lace-Trimmed Shield at 48c
35c Naiad Separable Shields, all sizes.. 1U
5c Removable Collar Stays at 2V4
5c Safety Pins. 12 on a card, for 214
12 yards White Twilled Tape, all sizes, 5
5c I.lnen Tape, all sizes, white ;-3
6c Wire Hair Pins, all lengths 2 Vi
10c Mother's Ironinp Wax tor G"
10c Bias Folds, white, asst. widths.... 5
Hair Nets, with or without elastic, price
special Wednesday five (or JO
10c H&ir-Pin Cabinets, large size S
Pearl Button, 12 on card, special 5
10c Cube Pins, black, white and colors.. 7
Sonomore Snap Fasteners, a dozen 3
66c Wash Trimmings, asstd. widths.. 18
60c Sanitary Aprons, with belt. at.... 39
35c Sterling Skirt Markers now 21
Shoe Laces, asntd. lengths, three pairs.. 5
85c Machine Stocking Darners 1Q
lie Wooden Trouser Hangers now 10
15c Child's Hose Supp'rters, bl'k, white 10
35c Twine Shopping Bags, special. .. .19
15c Gold-filled Brooch Pins, special 5
Full pound Parowax, special JO
35c Dressmakers' Pins, H-lb. boxes.. ..25
15c Shirtwaist Belts, white, special .... 10
35c Women's Hose Supporters, white,
black 15
10,c Office Pins, assorted lengths, for.. 7
Bone Collar Buttons. 12 on a card 1
Sale of Gray Enameled Ware
Basement Underpriced Store
2-qt. Benin Coy. Sauce Pans ZoC
8-qt. Berlin Cov. Sauce Pans 50J
2-quart Preserving Kettles, 15
50-Piece German China Dinner
12-inch Lawn Mowers at $2.3S
14-inch Lawn Mowers at $2.55
7-inch Semi-Porcelain Vegetable
Dishes, special Wednesday, at 8
1-quart Enameled Boilers at 45J
Gray Enam. Sink Strainers, 15
4-qt. Enameled Sauce Pans, 25
Set, floral decoration, set, S6.00
8- inch Semi-Porcelain White Veg
etable Dishes, special, only 11
9- inch Semi-Porcelain White Veg
table Dishes, special, onlv 17
Adjustable Window Screens, in assorted sizes, at ONE-HALF PRICE
Number of slightly damaged Wash Boilers on sale ONE-HALF PRICE
All Garden Hose and Screen Doors offered at special reduced prices.
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GROCERY BILL IS HEAVY
TOADS OP FOOD STTFP NEEDED
FOB REVGLrXG'S C1RCTS.
Purchases Will Be Made In. Portland
Today and Consumed In
Xext Two Days.
Taking with him a strong box filled
with currency and an eipht-horse team.
Commissariat Webb will make his
rounds aong the Portland merchants
today and do his marketing for the
Rlngllng Brothers' circus family. That
which he will select will constitute the
menu which, at breakfast, lunch and
dinner, win on Thursday and Friday
satisfy the appetites of 1308 people. 30
elephants, 40 camels and a thousand or
more wild animals. He will also stop
at the feedman's to order hay and grain
for 680 horses.
The circus trains will begin arriv
ing from Centralia over the lines of
the Northern Paciflo Railroad early
tomorrow. A hot breakfast must be
ready for the performers and working
men when they reach their destination.
Here Is what Steward Webb will buy
in i-ortland today: 13.500 pounds of
fresh beef, 900 doxen eggs, 2400 pounds
oreaa. 4oo pounds of butter, 7S
bushels cf potatoes. 150 pounds of tea,
450 pounds of coffee, 1200 pounds of
sugar, 150 pounds of crackers. 30 cases
of canned goods, three barrels of flour..
240 gallons of milk. 90 gallons of pie
fruits, 150 packages of breakfast food,
60 crates of vegetables, 150 pounds' of
lard and all the sundries incidental to
the preparation of these food stuffs.
This supply will be consumed during
the two days the show will pas shere.
DOUBLE TRACKS ARE LAID
Streetcar Company to Continue- East
Forty-First-Strect Improvement.
In the development of the new sys
tem of hard-surface Improvements in
Ivanhoe and Woodstock the Portland
Railway, Light & Power Company has
relald its line with heavy steel double
tracks on East Forty-first street be
tween Woodstock avenue and Mann
Station preparatory to the bard-surface
soon to be laid there. The street rail
way company will continue its double
tracks northward to Gladstone avenue
on East. Forty-first and East Forty
second streets, thus making the Wood
stock line a double track line.
At the Intersection of East Forty-first
and Holgate street East Forty-second
merges Into East Forty-first street,
and the Woodstock Improvement Club
has taken up the matter of the city
taking over the irregularly shape lot at
this intersection and connecting the
two streets through it and erecting a
fountain on the remainder of the lot.
J. R. Gilstrap. of the club, Teports the
City Commissioners are favorable to
acquiring this lot
Recent corrections in maps of Greenland
have added about 150,000 square miles tu
its area.
MM PROTESTS MADE
COMMISSIONERS TO TAKE VP
DOCK QCESTIOX THURSDAY.
Residents of East Side to Present
Figures Snowing Cost of Recrea
tion Piers ot Excessive.
Mayor Albee and the four City Com
missioners are being besieged by citi
zens who appear in person or use the
mails to protest against the announce
ment of the Dock Commission that pro
viding for recreation on the roofs of
the proposed public docks would be
inadvisable because of the expense.
Particularly strong are the expressions
of protest from the East Side, where
the Business Men's Club started the de
mand for space on the docks for play.
The definite statement made by the
dock board at its conference with the
City Commission Monday, that in order
to chang the plans and construct the
two docks of fireproof material that
would permit of dances, band concerts
and other forms of amusement on the
plera would cost $130,000 additional. Is
met with derision by scores of oltiiens,
and the East Side Club is preparing to
present to the conference an avalanche
of figures to disprove the assertion
when the Dock Commissioners and the
City Commissioners meet in the City
Hall tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock.
President Lepper. .of the East Side
Club, is marshalling his forces to set-
as many of the East Side taxpayers at
tomorrow's meeting aa possible. Thus
far the City Commissioners have re
mained neutral, except to say that the
suggestion of dances and band con
certs on top of the docks is attractive
to them. Commissioners Brewster,
Blgelow, Dleck and Daly agree with
Mayor Albee on this.
Stella W. Durham, of Portland, as
sistant secretary of the Playgrounds
and Recreation Association of America,
who is an ardent champion of the
recreation plan, has collected data rela
tive to the use in other cities of docks
for pleasure purposes.
In Baltimore, she says, work was
begun in July on a commercial and
recreation pier at the foot of Broad
way. It is to be two stories high, built
of stone, concrete and reinforced con
crete, with a' dancing pavilion on the
upper story. It will cost-about 1400.
000 and an equal amount has been paid
tor the site. It is 500 feet long and
150 feet, wide, and is supported on 11
concrete piles. The pier will be com
pleted in 250 working days. The cost
cited does not Include dredging, nor
unforeseen incidentals. Robert C. Ull
rich is the architect and Harbor Engi
neer Lackey is the authority in charge.
In New York recreation piers have
been built in Manhattan at a cost of
from $135,000 to 3225.000. There are
Ave on the Hudson River and five on
the East River.
In Philadelphia there are Ave recrea
tion piers in use. two being about 650
by 80 feet, with the usual lower deck
for commercial uses, while the other
three are small and are utilized only
for seats. The costs have been from
1131.000 to (162,000.
In Minneapolis the pier at Tflf Sar-
riet will be enlarged to Beat nearly
5000 persons, while several thousand
more will listen to concerts from canoes
or the shore. A float with sounding
board will be built for the band. .
CHURCH UNION COMES UP
Branches of Evangelica) Organiza
tlons to Consider Merger Anew.
Rev. C. C Poling, D. D., of the First
United Evangelical Church, has ascer
tained that the general assemblies of
the Evangelical Association and United
Evangelical Churches -will meet - in
Cleveland, O.. Sepember 2, to adopt a
plan for the organic union of the two
branches of the Evangelical families.
The two Oregon conferences of these
branches are already. in close federa
tion and are only waiting the official
sanction of the general assemblies to
merge.
Dr. Poltng ' said that he has high
hones that the sub-commissioners will
act finally at this meeting and adopt
articles of organic union that will bring
together these two branches of the
Evangelical family. Dr. Poling is a
commissioner from the United Evange
lical Church and has done as much, if
not more, than any other man to merge
the two branches into one family.
SIX TONS HIAWATHA FREE!
by guessing weight of Edlefsen's large
block coal at Meier & Frank's.
The graphite depoilta of Madagascar ar
La eac slotted by Franau. oomfanya
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