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THE. MORNING OREGONIAN, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1913.
The New Fall Suits and Overcoats for Men Now Shown in Our Men's Store Are Priced to Save You $5.00 to $8.00 Third Floor, New Building
We serve an appetizing- 50c
Luncheon from 11:30 to 2:30 P. M.
A T)pT r?Qf HOOD RIVER APPLES Fine-colored, good-sized Fruit
r Illy iVy; in heavy packed boxes. Specially priced, while any QQ
- m y -rm remain, the box .yOC
A . S H I WILLAMETTE VALLEY KING APPLES from one of
;What are your needs a Brassle.
a Mashle, a Putter? We have Just
received a hew shipment of the
famous Harry C. Lee & Co. Golf
requisites everything of the best
in Golf equipment Is here awaiting
Fifth Floor, New Bide
Everything- for the Kodak, as well
as a full line of Kodaks. Develop
ing: and finishing- done by an ex
pert, formerly with the Eastman
First Floor, Sen Bids.
the best orchards in the Valley. Mostly' 4-tier. carefully
wrapped .bruit ot an excellent color. m specially priced, while any remain,
the box. . ....
. No Telephone Orders Taken. Pare Food Grocery. Ti---
for which we are principal Port
land Agents Six pairs guaranteed
to wear without holes for 6 months
'((See, the Panama CanaiiH 3 Millinery Specials!
WORKING MODEL IN ACTUAL OPERATION
the world's greatest engineering achievement, joining the At
lantic and Pacific Oceans, and opening up a new commerce route
to the world. This is an educational opportunity for everyone.
Lecturer in attendance to explain the operations, locations and
general workings of America 's most giantic engineering under
taking. EXHIBITED FREE OP CHARGE, 10 A. M. to 12 M. and 1:30
P.-M. to 5 P. M. Fifth Floor, Meier & Frank's,
Women's & Children's Hosiery
BEST QUALITIES LOW PRICED
Our Hosiery Section is filled with good things no matter what your
requirement, we are prepared to fill it to your entire satisfaction. "We
have selected a few specials and priced them exceedingly low, to which
we call your attention today:
Women's 35c Hose Wayne
knit, medium - weight cotton, in
black only. This is a good and
durable stocking, especially suited
to Winter wear. Two pairs OQ
for 55c the pair..
Women's Imported Hose in a
medium-weight ingrain cotton of
soft finish. Maco split foot. In
black only. Three pairs OC
for $1.00 the pair OiJC
$1.50 "A1U" Silk Hose our
own special brand. Made of pure
thread silk, with double silk tops
and lisle soles. In black J 1 9Q
only. The pair....... pl-J57
Women's 35c Hose an imported
light-weight lisle, durable and
elastic. Comes in black, OQ
white and tan. The pair.
Women's 35c Hose in ' black
cashmere, full fashioned,, with
gray toe and heel. On spe- OQ
cial sale at pair..... OSC
Boys' and Girls' 25c Hose
medium-weight ribbed cotton, with
seamless feet. In black 1 Q
only. 3 pairs 50(5 the pair. .
Infants' 25c Stockings of wool.
In black and white only, with mer
cerized heels and toes. Ofl
The pair.. vC
First Floor. Main Bids;.
Untrimmed Hats at
We continue each day to re
ceive and place before our pat
rons the newest conceits in
Millinery the most modish
shapes, the newest effects and
the latest colors and combina-.
tions all will be found await
ing your selection. Here are -three
specials" worthy of par
To $4.50 Untrim'd Hats, $1.75
This is a collection of velours, untrimmed, in a large variety
of popular colors, and in all the newest and most favored shapes.
To $3.50 Untrimmed Hats, 95c
A comprehensive showing of bright-finished felts, in black and
all the most desirable and fashionable colors. A splendid variety
shapes suitable for every occasion.
To $1.50 Untrim'd School Hats
This is a lot of practical untrimmed shapes, suitable for school
or general wear, as they are Hats that may be worn by the'
woman or young miss. They are of felt, in a variety of shapes
and colors. Priced 69.
Second Floor, Main Bids;.
Moderateness of Price
in Close Touch With
This Store Pre-Eminent
for Fall Apparel
The fashions in "Women's Suits, Dresses,
Wraps in fact, for their general adornment
were never more alluring. The exquisite,
beautifully-colored and intricately woven ma
terialsthe even lovelier examples of art in
trimmings, and the graceful, sweeping lines
shown in the construction of all garments
certainly make this a season long to be remem
bered in the annals of fashion.
Do you wish a Gown of surpassing loveli
ness for evening wear? It is herel
Do you wish a simple Afternoon Frock,
graceful, lovely, yet daintily simple? It is
Do you require a Fancy Suit one of those
lovely duvetyn, brocaded, velvet, plush, fur
trimmed creations, with any of the modish
touches? It is here!
Or if your taste runs to the severely Tailored
Suit that, too, will be found in all its varia
tions. And so it is with Coats, Wraps for evening
or afternoon wear. They are all here and all
most moderately priced.
Sarment Saloon, Second Floor.
Underwear -In Greatest Variety at Lowest
women s ana imiaren s underwear at i imeiy savings
Now is the time to select your Fall and "Winter Underwear, for the prices are low, range for
selection perfect, and the season for its use very near at hand.
$1.25 Women's Union Suits Fleece-lined cot
ton, high neck, long sleeves, ankle length, white or
cream colors. Sizes 6 to 9. Priced, the ear- Cn
65c Women's Vests and Pants Medium-weight
cotton, with high neck, long
or short sleeves, knee or ankle-length
pants. 2 for 75; or, the gar
$1.25 Women's Union Suits Medium
weight cotton, in cream color only. Made
with high necks, long sleeves and in ankle
length. In regular and out sizes. 07
65c Women's Vests, Pants, Corset Cov
ers High or low necked, long or short
sleeves, knee or ankle-length Pants. Reg
ular and out sizes. 3 for $1.00; OC
the garment. .... . . . V"'
65c Children's Union Suits In medium-weight
ribbed cotton, high neck, long
sleeves, ankle -length garments, with
drop seat. In white or gray. The A Q
garment ; . . "7C
60c Infants': Shirts All -.wool, double
breasted style, with no buttons, .pinning
in the back. Feather-stitched and silk
trimmed. Come in all sizes. At,
First Floor, Main Bids Mull Orders Filled.
WrighPs Famous Health Underwear l
Known everywhere and appreciated by men of discrimina
tion for its unusual qualities, combining, as it does, perfect
comfort with every hygienic requirement. Its distinguishing
features are: Perfect ventilation while retaining the body heat
and freedom from dampness through perspiration. These
qualities make it an ideal Underwear for those with a rheumatic
Our Wednesday Notion Sale
CHARTER OAK THREAD 200 yds., 6-cord,
Guaranteed. Special, 6 spools, 25. Spool
5c Helene Hair Nets Large size. Tied ends Special 3 for. .... .10S
5c ."Our Own" Silk Thread 100-yd. All colors Special Spool. .4
Bone Hair Pins Shell color crimped Special, Yz dozen 10
35c C C Silk In black only Special Spool 19
5c Safety Pins 1 dozen on card 3
2c Wire Hair Pins Assorted sizes Dozen Papers lOf?
15c Cameo Scrim Binding Black and white Roll 10
5c C. B. Mercerized Darning Cotton all colors 2 for 50
3c Washington Pins full count Paper 2
10c "Mothers'" Ironing Wax Each.. 5
6c Hooks and Eyes Black and white 2 Cards 5J
Wavy Wire Collar Supports on tape. Black and white Doz 10
6c Basting Cotton 500-yd. Spool, white Spool .3
5c Conqueror Thread Hand or machine white 2 Spools 5
5c Silk-Covered Nainsook Shields 3 and 4 Pair 10
(Wednesday's Grocery Specials
ROYAL BANQUET FLOUR Specially milled
for us from the finest Bluestem Wheat. It makes
the lightest, whitest and most nutritious
bread, cake, etc. Special, the sack
Clover Leaf Butter One of our best brands. Special, the Roll. .73
Eagle Milk popular brand doz. cans 91-70 Can.. . .15
Pea Beans Michigan stock 5-lb. Sack... 29
RunkelTs Ground Chocolate 1-lb. can 25 -lb. can 15
Tip Top Asparagus Tips No. 1 sq. cans doz cans $2.45 Can 22$
Loose Raisins Pennant Muscatels LD.' : 7V2&
Hawaiian Sliced Pineapple No. 2 Cans 19
Maple Syrup Guaranteed pure Gallon Can .$1.65
Aunt Dinah's Molasses No. 10 Can 55
Dyer's Baked Beans No. 2 Cans. '.. 12V2
Cross & Blackwell's Olive Oil Large Bottle 75$
Arm and Hammer Baking Soda pkers 25
Japan Head Bice 5-lb, Sacks 29
Wright's $1.00 Shirts and
Drawers Velvet finished, in
interlocked stitch. Of a good,
medium-weight Egyptian cot
ton, soft and elastic. OQ
The garment 071
$1.00 Wright's Shirts and
Egyptian cotton, ribbed.
Splendid we'aring and perfect
fitting garments. QQ-
Priced at w
$1.00 Wright's Shirts and
Drawers Of heavy merino,
fleece lined. Made for warmth
and long wear. The OQ
$1.75 Wright's Shirts and
Drawers Blue random worst
ed and mercerized d e rb y
ribbed garments. A splendid
Winter weight, neatly, fin
$3.00 Wright's Union Suits
Made of fine white lisle, in
a medium weight. Perfect fit
ting, well finished, with the
closed crotch. dQ Qt
Priced at... p&.JV
$2.00 Wright's Shirts and
Drawers Made of Australian
wool, derby, ribbed, in white
only. Form-fitting, well fin
ished garments, in a good, me
dium weight, priced '7Q
now at p X
$2.50 Wright's Union Suits
Wool-mixed suits, in a heavy
weight. They are in the nat
ural gray color, and are an
ideal garment for the outdoor
man. Special, the
Wright's $3.50 Union Suits
Made of fine Australian
wool, in a medium weight and
in the natural gray. Perfect
fitting, splendid-wearing gar
ments. Priced at d0 1C
Wright's 50c Shirts and
Drawers Heavy, fleece-lined
cotton garments, identical in
make and ..finish with the
men's garments. . Spe- A O
cially priced, garment. r3C
f i f
15c Window Curtain Swiss, 6c
Printed Swiss for window curtains, selling regularly at 15c-the yard,
is offered at OC
This is a very pretty, dainty material for curtain use, and comes in a variety,
of colors, and is washable.. We are going to sell a number of patterns that
liave been discontinued by the manufacturers at this very low price, and, as
the quantity is limited, it will be to your advantage to make an early selection.
Th& Quality' Store of Portland
nfUy. 2ixtl'MorriaHV AUcr 9ta.
Nemo Instruction Week !
Mrs. A. L. Craig, Instructor and Lecturer from Nemo
Hygienic-Fashion Institute, N. Y. Every woman will
find Mrs. Craig's talks beneficial in the selection of
a most healthful yet fashionable Corset Model for the
-oret 1'arlorn, 3d Floor, New Dldif.
JEWISH NEW YEAR NEARS
Holy Season Begins With Rosh
Ilashanah This Season.
The Jewish New Year begins Thurs
day, October 2. The holy season be
gins with Rosh Hashanah this evening
and .services will be held In all of the
Jewish churches in the city. The sea
ion ends October 23 with Sheminl At
ceretb, the feast of the conclusion.
Ten days from Thursday will be the
fast day, Tom KIppur, and two weeks
from Thursday will be the Feast of the
Dooths. On this day there will be a
special service for a harvest thanks
giving. At the Beth' Israel Synagogue
the children of the Beth Israel school
will participate in the service.
. The holy season la specially set apart
by the Jewish people for giving to
charity and for personal good wishes.
Tonight and tomorrow special serv
ices will be held in all synagogues. At
Beth Israel the service will be read by
Harold R. Rlnehart. and Rabbi Wise
will preach Wednesday at 8 P. tt and
Thursday at 10 A. M. Congregation
Ahavai Sholom will hold its services
at 7 P. M. and 7 A. M., Rev. Robert
Abrahamson officiating. Mr. Rlnehart
will preach Friday morning.
CARD OF THAXKS.
We wish to thank our many friends
for their kindness and beautiful
flowers in this hour of sorrow in the
loss of our baby daughter. We wish
especially to thank Rose City Chapter,
O. . S.. and the Good Samaritan Hos
pital. MR, AND MRS. JOHN A. RUMFORD.
Use common sense, buy Superior co&L
S a ton. Main 164, A, 1541. Adv.
STREET PLANS ARE READY
Commissioner Dieck's Proposal for
East Burnside May Be Inspected.
Three sets of the proposed plans for
the widening of East Burnside street
have been prepared by Commissioner
Dieck, and are open to inspection at
his office. One plan is to make the
street uniformly 60 feet wide from
the Burnside bridge ' to a connection
with the Base Line road at North Mount
Tabor. Another provides for an 80
foot street, and the third makes the
street a 100-foot boulevard.
The Center Addition Club favors the
opening and widening to 80 feet, and
this plan is favored by the Bast Bum
side District Improvement Association.
There seems to be agreement that the
street should be extended, but wide
difference exists about the widening.
A meeting will be held in the near
future and an expression of property
LAUNDRESS IS DEPORTED
Woman Who Embarrassed Prince
Sulkowskl Returned to Vienna.
NEW TORK; Sept 30. Mrs. Clara
Melcher, the Viennese laundress, who
says that Prince Stanislaus Sulkowsfe!
promised to marry her, only to Jilt her,
when she followed him to this country.
was taken aboard the steamship Kron-
prlnz Wllhelm for deportation today.
She was brought here from Califor
nia as an undesirable alien after her
pursuit of the Prince. He subsequently
married Miss Marie Louise Freese, a
California girl of wealth.
NIGHT SCHOOL IS SWAMPED
Five Hundred . Applicants Appear
So great was the rush of applicants
who desired to register for courses In
the Night High School, which opened
In the . Lincoln High . School building
Sunday night, that W. C Anderson, the
principal, and the corps of .teachers
under him were swamped. Mr. Ander
son estimated that at least 500 were
on hand. Last year the total-registration
was about 250.
In the typewriting department there
were 163 applicants last night. In the
stenography class, 136 were regis
tered. . Other classes were in propor
tion. Those who could not be registered
on account of the rush will be regis
tered at the next class meeting on
Wednesday night. Class work will be
gin on Friday night.
The new Nautical School was
swamped with prospective students.
Nearly 40 young navigators-to-be
boarded the quarterdeck platform,
where John McNulty. United States
hydrographlo expert, who will teach
the course, was striving to get them
In connection with the night High
School, an elementary school and a
school for foreigners were opened at
the Lincoln High School.
The elementary night school in the
Alblna Homestead School building was
also opened last night.
Cornelius Fire Drill Fast.
CORNELIUS, Or., Sept. 30. (Special.)
At the first fire drill held under the
new state law, the Cornelius public
school was emptied In 50 seconds. There
were 56 pupils on the upper floor, and
68 on the lower floor.
BLAME FOR DEATH FIXED
Employer of Tinner Held Responsi
ble for Fatality by Jury.
On the strength of testimony that
he had been warned that "that ladder
will kill somebody, some day,'' "W. S.
Abbott, of the Abbott Tinning and
Roofing Company, was held responsi
ble for the death of Charles Burtch, a
tinner, who died at Good Samaritan
Hospital Monday from the effects of
a fall Saturday, while working at 653
Wasco street, a private home.
Burtch lived with -his mother and
brother. Walter, at 514 West Tyler
street, St. Johns.
The Jury consisted of R. A. Calkins,
Martin Finneran, W. S. lUlea, W. A.
Mayer, Charles E. Sawyer and I). S.