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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (March 27, 1915)
TTTE MORNING ORERdXTAX, SATURDAY, 3IARCIT 27, 1915.
Today and balance of month are
entered on April bills.
The Wearing of Our
Hose at $1
Given to every boy and girl, ac
companied by parent, who visits
our Toy Department today, a Scien
Temporary Annex, Sixth Floor.
$3.39 IF $3.99
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Mean3 the best at a price but little more than
the cost af the ordinary kind.
They can be purchased only at Meier &
Frank's. Portland women prefer them.
Shown, in 40 different colors, black, white
and new Spring shades included. If you wear
them, you know their worth if you don't
you should! First Floor, Stxth-St. Bids.
Tm& Quality Store op Portland
rtHK, 3xtl, "Morrlsoiv Aids- 3ta.
50-ft. length, inch,
We have 5000 feet of Goodyear
Cotton Hose, guaranteed, to be
sold in 50-foot lengths, complete
with couplings and a 40c spray
nozzle. Temporary Aitarx, Third Floor.
A 1 Kfmn f
For W omen-Some Reduced Prices
$1.00 to $1.75
A line of samples that we were fortunate in securing. Collars and
Sets, right from St. Gall. New military styles, rolling collars, embroid-
. ered in white and colors. Many in the new
sand shades. Fashioned of organdy, batiste
-3 x I
75c to $1.25
There are Guimpes, Vestees, the newest
styles in Collars, in sets and separate. A
great assortment that embraces' white,
cream, ecru, black and jaunty black and
Silk cords, with fancy tasseled ends, and
Silk Crepe Ties in a great variety of lovely
First Floor, Slxth-St. Bids.
A saving of 52c worth coming
for, is it not? Made of white pop
lin, buttonhole scalloped, side-closing,
pleated skirts, small sailor col
lar and side belt of plaids; or colored
plaids with pleated skirts; prettily
figured crepes with ruffled or pleat
ed skirts and chambray and crash
dresses in the newest shades. 2 to 6
Children's $2 Princess Slips, 2 to
8 years, 98
Second Floor, Slxth-St. Bids.
That Easter Suit
You)) Find It Here;
Sp)endid in Design,
Whether you wish to pay $15 or $30
for a suit' this Spring it's here!
Whether you have decided upon a plain
tailored model or something more
dressy it's here! Whether your
predilection is for a silk or wool fabric
if s here ! Whether you are the slen
der type, medium or take an extra size
it's here! Whether your taste runs
to the sober in color, the light shades,
smart black and white checks if s
here! So before you decide ultimately
on that New Easter Suit visit our Gar
Suits are here at very moderate
prices, 15, $17.50, S21.50,
$22.50, $27.50, $25 and $30-
Garment Salons, 4th Floor, 6th-St. Bide.
Madame Irene designs her Corsets in conjunction with the greatest
designers of women's apparel. Doucet, Paquin, Premet, Chcruit, Jenny,
Callot and other as noted Paris designers work with Madame Irene;
therefore her Corsets represent the correctness of line that is requisite
for wearing the newest creations in women's dress. The exclusive women
of Europe, as well as America, wear the
The new 1915 models have arrived. Made
of imported coutil, batiste and lovely bro
cades. They adhere closely to the prevail
ing modes in corsetry, combined with ex
clusive touches found only in the Madame
Irene. Range of prices from 56.50 to $18.
$6.50 to $10 Lace
Front Fro- rV O Ok F"
Frolaset is the popular front-laced
Corset, sold exclusively by us. This
group is composed of models made of
silk brocade and fancy coutil, in pink or
white. Low bust, long-hip-styles. All sizes.
Fifth Floor, Mith-M. UldK
We are exclusive agents for J. & T.
Cousins' Shoes for Women, French,
Shriner & Urner Shoes for Men, J. H.
Cramer Shoes for Misses and Children.
New styles in Spring Footwear arriv
Women's Shoes in various styles at $3.00 to $7.50
Women's Pumps and Party Slippers $2.50 to $8.00
Misses' and Children's Shoes priced $1.00 to $3.50
Misses' and Children's Slippers and
Mary Jane Pumps moder'ly priced $1.00 to $3.00
Men's Shoes, Oxfords, great variety $3.00 to $7.00
Boys Shoes, high or low cut, pair. . $2.00 to $1.00
Third Floor. Slxth-St. nidB.
Fashioned of lovely crepe de chine,
voile, Georgette crepe, nets and laces.
Plain tailored styles for wear with the
street costume and elaborate styles
for "dressy" wear. All with long
sleeves, necks fashioned so as to be
worn high or low. There's immense
variety and the prices range from
$6.50 to $25.
Fifth Floor, Slxth-St. Bids.
This new glad book of the series goes on
sale today for the first time. Written by
Eleanor H. Porter and priced at $1.25.
by Henry Sydnor Harrison, author of
"Queed," also makes its appearance today.
Bookstore Sixth Floor, Slxth-St. Bids
Buy them at a saving today. Note these specials:
Women's $1.75 to $2
Kid Gloves, the Pair at
Trefousse French Kid Gloves of finest quality,
2 and 3-clasp style, in black, white, mode, champagne,
dark brown, gray, slate and tan shades. Sizes 6V4
Women's $2.50 Long Cf PA
Kid Gloves, Special at p A.OVJ
White only, of imported skins, full 16-button
lengths, in all sizes.
Full line Pcrrin's Gloves, sold here only in Port
land, for women, priced at $1.50 to $5.50.
First Floor. Mlxlh-M. Bid.
New Millinery for
New Hats From Vogue,
Burgesser, Knox, Hy
land and Phipps.
New Hats From Vogue,
Burgesser, Knox, Hy
land and Phipps.
Models of exclusive charm abound in our Millinery Salons. Marvels of
daintiness exemplifying every accepted fashion touch for the present Eas
ter season. And it goes without saying that at whatever price you choose
you will secure a hat that is correct in fashion for a price that is unap
proachable anywhere in Portland and to this statement we make no ex
ception. See our Hats today at
$5, $7.50, $10 and $15
You'll be astonished at the show
ing and variety.
A special gathering of Hats suit
able for girls of all ages. Dainty,
girlish models for school or. dress
wear. Priced from $2 up.
. Second Floor, Slxth-St. Bids.
Dainty Neu Styles in
Coats and Frocks in great variety in 2 to 14 and
13 to 15-year sizes.
Coats at $6.95
All-wool checked fine Coats, belted, raglan back
and sport coats, 6 to 15-year sizes.
Coats at $5
Serge, diagonal, checks, taffeta and poplin Coats,
high or low belts, 2 to 6-year sizes.
Frocks $3.95 to $7.50
Smocked and jumper frocks in linens and
ginghams, all new styles, 6 to 14-year sizes.
Dresses at $7.50
Hand - embroidered linen and pique
Dresses, imported models, sizes 8, 10 and 12
Coats at $10.95
Five models in serge and checked coats,
6 to 15 years, $10.95
Coats $10.95 to $25
Silk poplin and moire Coats, black and
Belgian blue, $10.95 to
Men's Suits for Easter
Select your Easter Suit here from such famous makes as these.
Adler-Rochester A. B. Kirschbaum Society Brand
Washington Co. Hickey-Freeman
New Spring models, every one. Prominent styles include
the new English models with patch or regulation style pockets,
and the always preferred box-back style. Best materials on
the market, all-wool cheviots, tweeds, homespuns, cassimeres.
serges and worsteds. A great variety of patterns to select
from and models to suit every build. Come in and let our
salespeople show you our great stocks. Price range, $15,
$20, $25, $30 and $35.
Consult the Fifth-street Windows for "Hints" of the Va
riety You'll Find Displayed in Our Men's Section.
Fifth Floor, Slxth-St. Bids.
Mens "Invincibtes" $16.50
Newest colors, newest materials, newest patterns and
newest models "Invincible" Suits always $10.50.
Men's Easter Ties 55c
Without a doubt the greatest Four-in-Hand Ties ever of
fered here at 55c- Buy liberally from this incomparable
Beautiful crepe faille silk in the most wonderful array of colors and com
binations ever shown in men's ties. The patterns represent the new scroll, fig
ured, floral and Persian effects in colors that defy description. They're regular
$1.00 shape ties, made with buttonhole stitching in back to. prevent tearing.
Select your Easter Tie from this assortment. You're sure to get the "Right
Mens No fade Shirts at 95c
Every "Nofade" Shirt is guaranteed fast color if one should fade you re
ceive a new shirt free. Your choice today at this reduced price of all the
new Spring patterns and fabrics, with laundered or soft attached cuffs. Made
of percales and madras, in stripes and fancy effects.
Men's $2.00 Genuine Mocha Gloves, the I Men's $2.00 Tuxedo Shirts and white
new gray shades, plain or f- E" I pleated bosom Dress Shirts, C")
with black stitchings. Pair J 1 3U 1000 Shirts to be sold at. .P X.JV
Men's Store, Temp. Annex. Slain Floor
Men's $15 to $25 $Q O T
Summer Suits for P7-0J
Made of cheviots, worsteds, tweeds and cassimeres;
English coats with patch pockets, semi-fitting coats
with regulation pockets and box back coats, in a great
variety of patterns and colors. All suits taken from
our regular stocks because of broken lines of styles
and sizes. 30 to 50 chest measurement. Your choice
Temporary Annex, Seeond Floor.
Bar Pins 50c
Sterling silver, with black
enamel ornamentation, very
new and smart and just in.
Set with pretty stones in
a variety of new designs.
Worn on full-length chains.
First Floor, Slxth-St. Bids:.
Boys' "Samson" Suits $6.50
The best Easter Suit the boy can wear, for when you invest $6.50 in a "Sam
son" Suit you re buying a "sure thing.
TWO PAIRS OF PANTS WITH EACH SUIT GIVES
Sturdy all-wool cheviots, cassimeres and worsted weaves, in new Spring shades
and patterns. Coats made in Norfolk style. Pants full lined, all seams taped,
non-tear knee buckles. 5 to 18 years.
REMEMBER A NEW SUIT IF ONE GOES WRONG
Boys Norfo)k Suits at $5
Made of all-wool materials, two pairs of pants, full lined. 5 to 18 years.
'Sampeck, the ' Correct Posture" Suits, $7.50 to $15
Blue serges and cheviots, fancy mixtures with two pairs of pants, in a splen
did assortment of colors and patterns 8 to 18 years.
Boys' "Puritan" Tapeless Blouses, 5 to 16 years, 50 to $1.00
Boys "Collegiate" Shirts, two collars to match, 12 to 14 years, $1.00.
Temporary Annex, Second Floor.
80c Palm Olive Combination 39c
Saturday as a "wind-up" to our great Drug and Toilet Goods sale you
may purchase 1 fifty-cent jar Palm Olive Cream and 3 ten-cent cakes Palm
Olive Soap all lor 3J)
3oc .Rubber tx loves,
Canthrox (Shampoo) . ..29
Mercolized Wax 59
6 packages S t e a r n's
Cough Drops 10
Jad Salts 59
Hospital Cotton, full
pound for 19
Sterilized Gauze, 5 yds. 27
seamless, pair 25 e
75c Pinaud's Lilac Veg
$1.00 Pinaud's Eau de
25c William's Talcum
10c Jergen's Old-Fash-
ioned Soap 7
25c Sanitol Tooth Paste 16
15c Hiker's Tooth Pwd. 10
50c Sempre Giovine. . ..29
50c Java Eice Pwd.. . .39
First Floor, Slxth-St. Bids'.
Souvenir Spoons f i Jersey Butter, Roll for 62c
California " fs Washington
Oregon ' JLvIv Missouri
Each spoon sold with R. Wallace & Sons
Mfg. Co.'s written guarantee.
Get at least six each of these beautiful
Spoons as gifts or for home use.
More states will follow.
First Floor, Slxth-St. Bide
Hams, sugar-cured, well
smoked and trimmed, the
Coffee, Victor brand, regu
larly 35c, pound 29
Tomatoes, solid pack, No.
2 cans, 3 for 25rt
Oranges, 250 size, doz. 100
Oranges, 216 size, doz. at
only 12 $
Butter, the Royal Banquet
brand, fancy Oregon make,
the roll 15f
Sliced Pineapple, Hawaiian,
No. 2 cans, dozen, $1.40;
Oregon Cheese, rich Tilla
mook make, pound 20
Frankfurter Sausage, made
fresh daily, the lb... 17':
Pure Food C
Cottage Hams, nearly bone
less, about 4 lbs. each, the
Bacon, Kenton, sugar cured
backs, in half strips, the
Bacon, streaked with lean,
half strips, lb 23 f
Preserves, Strawberry, No.
1 tall jars, fancy fruit 1 3
, Rtwnnt, Mxtn-M. nids.