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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (June 3, 1914)
June White and Clearance Sales That Ring Sincere
A. BRILLIANT SALE
Outshining Our Best Endeavors
Wonderful Are These Beautiful
Silk Frocks and Dancing Dresses
Never Before Less TT (U O f
Than $20 to $30 IN OW, $0.70
THE MORNING OREGONIAN, "WEDNESDAY. JUNE 3, 1914.
If you but stop to think for a moment you will realize that one
of the main features of this sale is the fact that we are actually giv
ing you gowns at a price which is lower than the cost of the mate
They are made of Charmeuse, Silks,
Chiffon Taffeta Silks, Crepe de
Chine, Brocaded Silk Poplin, Flow-
ered Crepes and Crinkled Crepes.
These dresses express the most charming fashion modes of the
day, some showing entire waists of lace and net, others are very
low-neck styles all beautifully trimmed with laces and frills, and
some with handsome embroidered collars. Skirts represent the
latest tunic, "bustle and tier effects.
Could any sale be more timely than this one, when Summer silk
dress needs must be filled ? No sale to date has approached this in
Positively note sent C. O. D., none on probation, none exchanged or
returned. Third Floor
One of the largest cutlery
houses in Germany, not. be
ing represented by agents on
the Pacific Coast, made con
nections with this store
through our Berlin office.
In order to introduce his
scissors he sent us an assort
ment of scissors that we offer
at exceptional prices.
Prices absolutely un
precedented. 7Sc SCISSORS, 39c
Ivory handle, new shape scis-"
3 to 6J2-inch scissors of
forged steel, new shape"
handles; all sizes 39c
3 Yz to 6J2-inch. best steel
scissors, fancy handles. .39c
5 to 6 J2 -inch forged steel
scissors, finger fit handles, 39c
3 J2 to 6-inch dressmakers'
scissors . .39c
4 to 6J2-inch gold stork em
broidery scissors 39c
3J2 to 42-incb round point
or pocket scissors 39c
3 i to 452-inch cuticle or
nail scissors 39c
3 to 4-inch scissors 39c
TO $1.35 SCISSORS, 48c
Magna steel scissors, with gold
To $1.35 scissors, with the
new shape handles that fit
the fingers 48c
3 12 to 6 z -inch scissors. . .48c
3 J2 to 7-inch scissors with
fancy gold handles 48c
C MercUandiso oTc Merit On'
a Sale of
Fixtures on Sale Exactly as Illustrated.
Illustration No. 1.
$20.00 Electric Light Fixture $12.98
This very handsome fixture is suitable for the dining-room. It is of a
very heavy brass, brush finish in the "band" design, with four heavy cast
heads; from each one hangs a drop light with shade, also from the center
hangs another light, making the fixture complete with five lights. ?
Illustration No. 2.
$3.75 Electric Light Fixture $1.69
While this is a single light, it is very graceful and is used extensively for
bedrooms and halls. ' Of solid brass, complete with light and shade.
Illustration No. 3. '
$15.50 Electric Light Fixture $10.98
In this fixture are three graceful hanging lights attached to a ceiling
fixture, and all in antique finished brass. A fixture that is suitable for
living-rooms as well as dining-rooms. Complete with lights and globes, in
very artistic designs of frosted effects and crystal. sixth Floor
Stands for Beautiful Wash Fabrics
Third Day of the Wonderful Sale
Which is meeting with remarkable
You cant appreciate this
sale unless you know how it dif
fers from other sales. The meth
ods that control the plans of this
sale are unique, original and
successful. ONLY THE NEW
EST MIDSUMMER FAB
RICS were considered, materi
als that were never shown be
fore, were secured, and in every
instance astonishingly low prices
were placed on every fabric.
DO YOU WONDER THAT
THE RESPONSE HAS BEEN
lome and see.
The Belt Novelty
of the Season
OF PATENT LEATHER
Regular $1.00 Styles
June Sale 63c
Patent leather finish belts, ex
tra wide crush style and pleated
belts lined with white mulL
Smartly finished with tailored
bows in the front or back, in
three styles. First Floor
of Lace and Lace Straw
In Mid-Summer Fashions
That Are Regular $12.00 Models
June Sale $7.50
New dress hats, fresh from our ateliers copies of French
models recently designed for midsummer wear. v Made of
the new lace straws and allover laces in black and white.
There are shirred, plain and ruffled effects, with bunches of
flowers nestling in the folds of the lace, and trimmed with
ribbons. They are medium and medium-large shapes in
drooping styles with side and back-rolling brims.
$4.50 Imported Untrimmed Leghorn Hats
June Sale $2.95
A special lot of fine imported untrimmed Leghorn hats in
over ten different shapes, showing the cprrect block, straight
brini style, the rolling side effects and back-roll, in medium
and small effects in natural color. Second Floor
A Gigantic Soap Sale
An Opportunity to Purchase Soap at Jobbers' Prices
Large shipments of soap from every soap factory in the country
have been accumulating to make this the greatest soap sale ever held
just in time to supply the wants for the beach cottage as well as
the present household needs at unusual savings in dozen quantities.
Also a great economy' for hotels and rooming-houses.'
10c Peroxide Bath Soap ...7c 25c Dr. Fenner's Medicated
be a dozen
10c Almond Oil Soap. . .-. .7c
75c a dozen
10c Vegetale Oil Soap... 7c
75c a dozen
10c Violet Glycerine.. 5c
50c a dozen
10c large -lb. bars of oat
meal, elder flower, butter
milk and witch hazel bath
soap, cake . 5c
50c a dozen
10c Castile Soap 7c
75c a dozen
15c Violet Bath Tablets. . .9c
$1.00 a dozen
15c Verbena Bath Tablets. 9c
$1.0O a dozen
15c Armou rs Super tar
Shampoo Soap, cake. . . .10c
$1.00 a dozen
10c J er gen's Pumice Hand
Soap, cake 6c
69c a dozen '
10c Renaissance Physicians
Soap, cake 6c
69c a dozen
White Rose Soap, cake. . .14c
$1.50 a dozen
75c Conti's Castile Soap at,
a bar .' 59c
50c bar Peet Bros.' Castile
Soap at 39c
Soap, cake 15c
35c a box
25c Sanitol Soap, 15c Cake,
a box 35c
25c Eutaska Toilet Soap . 15c
35c a box
50c Societe Hygienique, un
scented or scented, cake. 33c
10c Jergen's Violet Glycer
ine Soap, cake 7c, box. 18c
10c Palmolive Soap 6c
69c a dozen
5c Witch Hazel, Oatmeal,
Buttermilk Soap, cake ... 3c
29c a dozen
25c box Oriental Toilet
Soap, 3 cakes in box for. 14c
25c Parme Violet Soap, 3
cakes in box; a bcx 14c
25c Imported Violet Soap, 16c
$1.50 a dozen
35c Grennville Imported
Soaps in violet, heliotrope,
mouget, 29c cake or 3
cakes for 79c
English bath tablets, im
ported direct from London,
in violet, rose, verbena,
May blossom and eau de
cologne, each 25c
$2.50 a dozen
Half sizes 15c, a dozen .$1.50
.First m "
The Garments Illustrated Were Sketched From Models
Secco SilK IingeJrie
That Has All the Appearance of Real Silk
At the Lowest Prices Ever Quoted
On Fine Undergarments of This High Character
Secco silk is a material which closely resembles the real all
silk fabrics it has a soft, silky sheen, and is of a texture that
is very soft and fine, and for its washing and wearing qualities
has no equal.
It makes ideal, dainty undergarments for the woman who
loves pretty things, but can pay only a moderate price.
$3.00 Secco Silk Gowns $1.95
In plain pink and white, made in the slip-over style, with kimono
sleeves and effectively trimmed with lace butterfly medallions, fine lace
edging, beading and ribbon finish the neck and sleeves.
$2.85 Secco Silk Princess Slips $1.95
Dotted Secco silk princess slips in open front style, lace and insertion
trimmed. Tucked ruffle lace edged at the bottom of the skirt. Sizes
36 to 44.
$2.00 Secco Silk Bloomers $1.49
The daintiest of white Secco silk bloomers in plain or dotted designs.
Made with elastic at the waist and knee and exquisitely finished at the
knee with shirred pink or blue satin ribbon and rosettes.
$2.75 Secco Silk Combination Suits $1.95
The finest of white Secco silk is used in the making of these com
bination corset cover and drawer suits. The cover is trimmed with fine
double thread lace in back and front. Waisred style with beading and
ribbon finish. All sizes.
$3.75 China Silk Gowns $2.95
An excellent quality of China silk is used in these gowns
made in a slip-over style and trimmed with lace, lace edging
ribbon drawn. Fourth Floor
Victor and Columbia Talking
Machines $1 Down, $1 Week
Best Terms Offered in the City
Just In 100 Records, Aloha-oe
Fashionable Summer Blouses
Are Rare at This Price
As They Are Regular $2.50 to $4.00 Models
Buying for this store is done much in the
same way as doing one's personal buying,
only the scale, of course, is a very large
These blouses for today are the re
sult of the most careful and painstaking
"shopping" where the market conditions
were favorable, with the result that the
choicest blouses we could find are here.
Every one is fully up to the Lipman,
Wolfe standard. This offers an unusual
opportunity for you to reap the benefits of ij
expert buying at a particularly favorable
Every one is new, representing the best
styles of soft finished voiles, cotton crepes.
India lawns and lingeries.
Dainty, sheer, beautiful models with embroidered, lace and
tucked trimmings, large sailor and Gladstone collars. All the
newest and most novel fashions in sleeves will be found in these
blouses. Third Floor
8.9Q WAGE NOW IS LAW
"WASHINGTON WELFARE COMMIS
SION TAKES LAST LEGAL. STEP.
Order Becomes Effective Angnst 1 for
twirls Over IS In Factories Minor
af Both Sexes to Receive SO.
OLYMPIA, Wash.. June 2. (Special.)
Effective August 1, $8.90 will be the
legal minimum wage for girls over
1$ and women employed in Washington
factories, and $6 the minimum for
minors of both sexes, under an order
issued by the Industrial Welfare Com
mission today, adopting the unanimous
recommendation of the recent factory
The commission decided to treat each
occupation separately, in establishing
an apprenticeship policy for factories.
Varying terms will be prescribed for
Mrs. Frances King Headlee, of Se
attle, now deputy State Labor Commis
sioner, was elected secretary of the
Welfare Commission. Labor Commis
sioner E, W. Olson announced he would
appoint Miss Lucia A. Crangle, a Seat
tle teacher, to succeed Mrs. Headlee
as his deputy.
67 FILE ON IDAHO LANDS
Four Women "Wait In Lino in Front
of Office at Lewistoii.
LEWISTON. Idaho, June 2. (Spe
cial.) The local land office here opened
yesterday and 67 applications were
made under the new 320-acre home
A line-up was formed Sunday at the
Federal building for the opening, and
more than 50 of the applicants passed
the night in the corridors before the
land office doors. There were four
women In line.
James Moffatt headed the list.
There are more than 400,000 acres of
land in Nez Perce, Lewis and Idaho
counties opened for entry, which in
cludes acreage in 18 townships.
Child Overturns Motorcycle; Hurt.
PENDLETON, Or., June 2. (Special.)
Jasper Carr, Jr., 5 years old. is suf
fering from a broken leg as a result
of having pulled over on himself a mo
torcycle that had been left standing at
the curbing in front of a local theater,
NEW CANNERY OPENED
MANY CRATES OF STRAWBERRIES
RECEIVED AT VANCOUVER.
Employment la Given te 28 Womei.
Fruit Is Kept by Cold
Market Plana Under Way.
VANCOUVER, Wash.. June 2. (Spe
cial.) The new cannery, completed re
cently by the Clarke County Grower'
Union, near the North Bank Depot, was
opened today for the first time. A
large number of crates of strawberries
were received. Twenty-five girls and
women are employed hulling the ber
ries, which were put down in barrels
and covered with sugar. This is keep
ing the berries by the cold process.
This fruit will find a ready market for
A few cherries were brought in to
day and the number will increase daily.
The union, for which A. W. Moody is
manager, has been shipping hundreds
of crates of strawberries to Puget
Sound points, but the market has been
flooded and the price "has dropped so
there is said to be little profit after
paying the express. To secure for the
grower a fair price the cannery was
built. Later, it is said, employment
will be given to at least 100 women
As the cannery is on a switch and
is not far from the dock, ample ship
ping facilities are provided. Arrange
ments are being made to sell the entire
product of the plant to one firm.
CLEAN PENDLETON URGED
Rev. Mr. MacLaren Says Girl in
Portland Gave Vice Evidence.
PENDLETON. Or, June 2. (SpeclaL)
Rev. W. G. MacLaren, member of the
Portland Vice Commission, superin
tendent of the Pacific Coast Rescue
League and chaplain of the Oregon
penitentiary, has been here this week
enlisting support in his fight to "clean
things up" in Oregon.
He says that a former Pendleton
girl, now an inmate of the Louise
Home in Portland, supplied him with
documentary evidence that Pendleton
is not free from vice, even though' the
segregated district baa been eliminated.
T. R. RATED AS EX-RULER
France Fixes Status by Deciding to
Bestow "White Permit,"
PARIS, June 2 The French govern
ment decided today to treat Colonel
Theodore Roosevelt in the. same way it
does former rulers and furnish him
with a special permit authorizing him
to pass through the police lines at all
times on his journey through France
on the way to Madrid to attend the
wedding of his son Kermit and Miss
Belle Wyatt Willard.
Many classifications of these special
passes are ' issued to diplomats and
others, but all are limited in regard to
the privileges accorded except the white
permit given only to visiting rulers and
ex-rulers and members of royal fam
ilies. This is the kind which is to be handed
to Colonel Roosevelt.
PORTLAND STUDENT WINS
Traveling Fellowship Awarded to
Louis C. Rosenberg.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.. June 2. (Spe-
cial.) To Louis C. Rosenberg, of
Portland.' Or., has been awarded the
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
traveling fellowship for 1914. There
were ten competitors, the subject being
a design for an American Embassy In
Rome. The award amounts to $1000.
Mr. Rosenberg, under the terms of
the fellowship, will travel through
Europe for a year, starting in Septem
ber, making frequent reports to the in
stitute faculty of his researches.
Court of Impeachment ITpheld.
ALBANY N. "S. June 2. In an unan
imous opinion today the Court of Ap
peals upheld the action of the Court
of Impeachment in removing William
Sulzer from office. Counsel for Sulzer
announced their intention to take the
The winning drawing will be on
public view the next fortnight.
Cool and restful; an ideal din
ing place is the
Imperial Hotel Grill
AH the delicacies of the season subject
to your order. Table d'hote or a la
carte. Pleasing service.
12 to :.-, 50c.
5s30 to O 75c.