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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 3, 1915)
TTTE " MORNING OREGONTAN.' WEDXESDAV. " FEBRUARY, 3. 1913.' "
Last Night Mor to New York!
Many of them left several days ago and are already in the Eastern markets,
Those who went last night , S . ' ' .
Left in a Special "Pullman" Car
Most of our buyers go East several times a year. This is but ah Example of what we try to do for
the satisfaction of our customers that of always being in the market on the lookout for new goods,
special purchases, etc., so as to get low prices.
The assistants in each department will assume charge while the buyers are away and
In Order to Give Them a Rousing Day's Business Send-off
some of the buyers have planned the following special sales for today :
Mothers! Talce Note of This Special Sale Today of
s' Wash: ; Dresses
Sizes 2 to
A6 Years .
styles are pictured
You ' se 2 for yourself how attractive they are :
Lot Two of
Lot One of
l m P" 15 different styles, made of
f jr if f ginghams and ctiambrays in
r a very wide, assortment of
colors, plaids, checks, stripes and plain effects.
Some of . the models show pleated skirts with
belt; others made with front panel of a contrast
ing material. ' - "
, f0 1 Different Styles, made of
A L JyOC Anderson gingham, pli sse
crepe and fine chambray, in
scores of . dainty, colors, patterns and combina
tions. ' Prettily trimmed with hemstitched pleat
ings, fine embroidery, buttons and dainty edgings.
Second Kloor. Slytti-Sf. MMg.
.'" There's No Doubt a Big Day's Business In This Sensational
$1 to $2 Neckwear for ; $2 to 3.50 Neckwear for
89c ' - xiiuwev. - . 1.19
THE . mere reading of this announce
ment is riot enough. You must come
here today, see . these beautifully ex
quisite conceits in Neckwear, note the ex
cellence of. the. laces and embroidery and
then you will appreciate what this oppor
tunity meaps in actual savings on such
new, dainty and wanted neckpieces.
QQn for Neckwear, Val
Otf C ues $1.00 -to $2.00.
This lot" includes organdie roll collars, Madeira effects
in collars and sets, batiste and net embroidery, hand
embroidered pique and rich lace effects, both white and
colors. A vast variety of different styles in vestees and
guimpes also, included.
for Neckwear, Val
ues $2.00 to $3.50.
Lace, net, chiffon and batiste, many trimmed with
handsome lace, others daintily hand-embroidered. Roll
collars, sets, vestees and guimpes in all the newest and
most exclusive styles, many never having been shown
in Fortland before.
rlr Flnr. Mith-M. Hid.
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Women s Famous "Richelieu"
1.25, 1.50 Union Suits at 63c
Women's Richelieu Union Suits in a medium weight cotton.
Fashioned with high neck, elbow and long sleeves, ankle length.
All regular and outsizes. '
Women's 2.50 "Stuttgarter" Underw'ar 45c
Vests high neck, long sleeves, pants ankle length. To clean up the balance
o' this imported underwear we offer it, while it lasts, at 45? a garment.
Serond Floor. Slxth-S. BIilB.
Four unusually good specials in Laces and Embroideries which
will insure a rousing day's selling. Read:
$2.23 to $3.30
Laces at, Yd.
Net tops in white,
rream and ecru,
22 and 27-i n c h.
Laces, for waists.
SI to $1.50
Swiss embr'd in
large floral and
dresses, yard 49c
30c to 50c
Embroidr'y - edges
in S w i s s and
nainsook, for un
dermuslins. 3 to
18-inch, yd. 25?
30c to 85c
Laces at, Yd.
White and cream
and French man
u f ac t ure, 10 to"
17-inch, yd. 39
First Floor, Sixtk-S. lildg.
Silk and wool Poplin in a full line
of colors for street and evening
wear. This reduction applies on our
entire stock of this handsome and J
Third Floor, Slxth-M. Bids.
In handsome striped effects on
white ground. A very large as
sortment of colors and patterns. 32
inches wide. Ideal material for
blouses and general Summer wear.
Third Floor, Mxtfc-St. Bids.
7.50 to" $15 to $20 to
12.50 17.50 35,00
Coats Coats Coats
Winter Coats. s Long, short and three-quarter lengths.
- s Fourth Floor, Sixtb-St. Bids.
1 his nig Special in W omens
25c, 35 c Hosiery 18c, Pri 50c
Fashioned of fine lisle cotton, in medium and light weights.
Black and tan shades. Full fashioned and seamless. Regular and
Women's' $1 and 1.50 Silk Hose 48c
. In tan and assorted colors. Tan Hose all silk, colors with lisle tops and
soles. 150 pairs, an odd lot, while any remain, 2 pairs 03. pair 4S
Flrat Floor, Sillth-St. Bids.
Here are some splendid "pickings" in this big Clearance Sale of
350 garments of regular
1.00 to 2.25 Shirts and
Drawers for 65c
Of wool, cotton and mercerized cotton, in light, medium and heavy weights.
Comprising broken lines of such famous makes as Norfolk and New Bruns
wick, Cooper's and various others. Priced for immediate clearance at,
garment 65. Tcmmnrr A.iri, First Floor.
MAIL ORDERS FILLED
I ' ' 18IS
12.50 to $25
- Negligees and House Gowns,
crepe de chine, silk, albatross, chal
lie and lingerie effects. Some are
hand- embroidered, others lace
trimmed. - Stock-soiled. Sizes 36
and 40 only.
Fifth Floor, Slxth-SI. Bldx.
5.50 to $10
Women's and Misses', an odd as
sortment of high-grade and desir
able models. Several different
styles and colors to choose from.
Sizes 34, 38 and 40 only. Specially,
priced at $2.93.
Fink Floor. I-M. Klill.
MAIL ORDERS FILLED
MAN WITH STAMPS HELD
John Pearson May Go to Seattle to
Face Robbery Charge.
The attempt of John Pearson, alias
.Too Martrns. to purchase an S suft of
imder-far a few day ago and vy for
It with 2-cent stamp? resulted in his ar
rest and. that of Charles ("Blackie")
Mueller an-d Charles Curdes, alleged lo
have been accomplices with him In the
robbery of - the postoffice at Adna,
Wash., on January 15 of 5703.86 in
stamps. Pearson was the only one who
demanded a hearing.
- The henrinsr was held before Fred If.
Prake, United States Commissioner.
Monday and Pearson was bound over
to the court and will probably be or
Iered sent to .Seattle, with his alleged
iPENNY ARCADE CENSORED
Major's Secretary Puts Ban on Pic
tures and Pennants.
V. Staube. who conducts a bowling
alley and penny arcade at 433 Wash
ington street was ordered to remove
several pennants and to disconnect ma
chines containing:, pictures found to be
objectionable. - ' This - action was taken
after W. H. Warren,' secretary to the
Mayor, and Sergeant Wells had visited
ths place. . ,'. ' . ' .
Mayor Albee had been informed that
objectionable pictures were exhibited
to children at the arcade and an inves
tigation under- "Captain Inskeep's- or
der followed. No arrests were made.
JANUARY RAINFALL LIGHT
Deficiency Since' September 1
- -. .-Aggregates 7.13 Inches.
January was marked by the lightest
rainfall of. any corresponding month
since 1908, according to the monthly
summary Issued by "the United States
Weather Bureau, there being 5.88 inches
last month, while the normal for Janu
ary is 6.50. January, 1914, twice as
much rain fell ao during the month
Just closed. -Deflcienry in rainfall fur
the period from September 1, 1814, to
date amounts to 7.13 Inches.
As to temperature,, January waa an
average month, mean temperature be
ing 39" degrees, while the normal mcau
for tbe month is 89.1 The highest tem
perature was recorded on January .
when the thermometer registered 50 de
grees, and the lowest temperature was
26 degrees, on January 56.
There was a trace of snow recorded
during the month. There were tlx clear
days, four partly cloudy and il cloudy
days. On IS days during the month
there was .01 or mora Inches of rainfall.