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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (April 6, 1915)
THE MORNING OREGOXIATT. TUESDAY," APRIL 6, 1915,
For This Week Only
Rules of the Contest
FIRST One vote will be allowed for every 25c purchase or multiple
thereof. Four votes for $1.00; five votes for $1.25; six votes, $1.50, etc
SECOND Vote certificates must be secured at the counter at the
time the purchase is made. ,
THIRD Votes are given on all cash and charge purchases.
FOURTH In fairness to the contestants, purchases made through
our wholesale or contract departments are not entitled to votes.
FIFTH Votes must be cast on date of issue. No soliciting of votes
allowed in the store.
SIXTH No votes will be given on C. O. D. transactions until the
C. O. D. is paid.
SEVENTH No votes will be given on approval sales. Votes, how
ever, will be given for the amount retained from approval sales.
EIGHT In fairness to the public no employe is allowed to take any
part in the contest. t
Tn&rQjjALTrY' Store or Portland
May Vote, Too
May . Vote, Too
All Expenses Paid
Names of Contestants
The following names are those who are in the lead as given by the
compilation of votes up to 6 o'clock -last evening:
Nellie Sar 8-1
Marlon Ritchie 8M
Ruth Carroll 881
Mrs. sr. R. t'rcniM f2
George W. Robert.on SO
Mrs. Cieonce McMath TM
J. O. Humphrey 7 SO
Mm. M. MaUoa . TZ
Mls rraddork T
Clarence lllekok 5
Miss Millie. Sf-hloth H
Mm. E. D. KaddlnK M
Ward Kern. li-MI
Marie I.onea ' Hlt
Richard Bellaad CHS
Virginia Gilbert S
Mm. PanlDuebrr .171
Sarah llarrla !'
K. J. lloblBKoa SMI
Helen fearce 4WI
Cella McMahon 4:U1
I, Milan Brovia
Mae C hamber. .' 3M5
TrtCr QUAUT YSTORJE Of PORTLAND
The Values Are So Great and Prices So Low That We Have Reproduced
As Well as Many New Bargains. In fact Yoft'll Find Hundreds Not Advertised Here as You Walkthrough the Store. Buy Now and Save Money is the Keynote!
SELDOM, IF EVER, A SALE JUST LIKE THIS!
Women's New Spring Suits
Taken From Our Regular Stocks of C99 vl C
$27.30. $30.00 andj32.50 Models pi'J
It's the invariable policy of The Big Store" to keep its stocks complete and when certain,
lines become depleted we batch them together and have a sale like this. These Suits are from
our $27.50, $30.00 and $32.50 lines with
ALL SIZES AND MANY STYLES IN THE LOT
as a whole and when priced at $22.45 we know without a doubt they'll sell hurriedly.
Arguments in favor of the modes and materials are unnecessary, because these garments
are from our regular stocks. We illustrate and describe three of the models.
The first one in the if roup is of black
and white all-wool checked material. The
skirt is full flared, circular with fi'ted
button-trimmed rirdle. The coat is made
in. the jaunty Norfolk belted fashion.
The last one, is of Belgian blue gab
ardine, with full yoked skirt and hij'a
waistline. The eoat is a semi-Norfolk,
with belt all round, patch pocket effect
is front, trimmed with self buttons.
These are iost three models of the many. There are others of homespuns, serges, coverts, worsteds, chadda doth, r&b-
ardiiie and tweeds in dozens of colors and different models. Sizes include odd and tegular op to 49 bast.
Second one is of novelty gray material
flecked with blue, yellow and other col
ors. Flared circular skirt, high waist
line. The coat is in semi-Norfolk style
with tailored pockets, stitched belt.
i Nrtk rtoMk Mat h-JK.
We Cannot Promise That There Will Be Enough Suits for All Day's Selling.
A WHIRLWIND SALE OF MORE THAN 2700
A remarkable deal has Just been consummated whereby we purchased the entire surplus
stocks of a well-known New York shirt maker.
.. . The price we paid was less than wholesale and, in accordance with our custom, you share
oenny for penny with us. - ;
There's nothing the matter with these Shirts. They are new, handsome, stylish, perfect,
desirable and beautiful from every standpoint They were sold to us underprjee simply because
the makers will manufacture no more of these styles. n
Silk STurts. Regularly
- Popular atin strip effects or genuine
tub talks-k The patterns and colors are
now, .up-to-date and "good" in every
ansa of the word. Well tailored, per
fect fitting shirts, some with separate
oft collar to match. .
S?Jk Shirts. Regularly
$7.00 fcf QLT
to $7.50 tpi.O
The fashionable and popular candy
stripes, always stylish black sad white
striped effects, and the wide one-inch
striped effects in beautiful shades of
blue, heliotrope. laTcnder, gold and gray
Silk Shirts Regularly
' Crepe do chins Shirts that are the
latest styles and patterns. Black and
white stripes and fancy colorings in two
and three-toned effects. Also included
are heavy pean do crepe Shirts of extra
fine quality and weight.
For This Day Only
That Button On
at the Shoulder
An Apron that covers one entirely
and easy to slip on and off, buttoning
snugly and neatly at the shoulder.
Made of good grade percale, in light
and dark colors. Belt and pocket and
side pieces piped with contrasting colors
or white. Well made, well finished and
very specially priced for this sale at 5!)
Serosa1 Floor, Slxth-St. Bids.
Filled From This and All Our Ads
If Received Within Three Days of Date of Publication
We give our out-of-town customers the same privilege of buying from our daily advertise
ments as those who live in the citv. Moreover, our method is not a "mail-order system," it is,
rather, a systematized shopping service which gives the personal attention of a trained
shopper to the filling of every mail order. . .
Your order is studied and promptly filled with as much "intelligent interest" as if you were
here yourself. Should you come in person we will be glad, upon request, to have one of our
experienced shoppers assist and conduct you to as many, of the 75 different departments as
you choose. There is no charge.
900 House Dresses
will go on sale for the first time and set a new low
record in special pricing and a new high record in
value-giving at this tune of year.
At the Re
Low Price o;
Ideal morning frocks, made of neat, lighttoU
red, good-quality ginghams, pink and blue and
black wide and narrow stripes, and large and
small "checks. Made with wide gored skirts, some
trimmed with pique and embroidery in such a
fashion as to be suitable for street wear with
pretty black velvet belts and neck finishing. A
full line of sizes from 34 to 46.
YOU MUST SEE THEM!
V These are all new goods that we have just re
ceived in a most advantageous purchase. You'll
recognize them as being worth considerably more
each pi ,;ilik i:r
Be Sure and Attend First
Annual Cotton Ball
for the benefit of Scaddlne- House, Riven at th Multnomah Hotel,
Wednesday, April 14, 116. Dancing and cards. Tickets on sale
in our Book and Cotton Goods departments.
75 c Wash
Silk at 59c
Genuine Japanese make. Wide, nar
row and medium stripes in a very large
assortment of handsome colorings. 32
and 36-inch widths.
Third Kl Mxth-St. Rid v.
Women's, all new long gloves of the
finest quality Tricot silk with double
finger-tip for service. Black and white,
sizes 5 to 8H. No better glove for warm
weather wear than a good silk and that's
this. Ktrat Floor, Slxth-St. Bids.
BECAUSE OF ITS TIMELINESS AND REMARKABLY LOW PRICES!
Laces and Embroideries of positive values in quality and style at prices that should effect the liveliest of selling.
inejrre not oaa lots, seu-agea ana out oi.aate, dui iresn, new mercnancuse mat came to us at a remarKaoie price concession ana are going out mar&ea iar
below the usual standard for the important dress essentials of like quality and style. '
$2.25 to S6.50 St. Gall Embroideries, Yd. $1.19
Only one piece of each patternr Done en the new lace cloth, organdies, voiles, moiisseline, batiste and
$1.25 to $2.00 St. Gall Embroideries, Yd. 98c
12 to 45-inch wiihha in this exquisite St. Gall Floundnz. a sample line purchased at great aaerifice.
crepe neife, some with inseta of Flatten lace, net and filet, imitation hand work and other exquisite effects.'
Reg. 45c to 85c
A t ltitlil
cream moi whit, and all new
merchandise. Width 12 to
24 inches for trimminsa.
15c and 18c
E m b r o i d-
and edces for every trim
ming need, cambric, lawn.
nauuooK. ls ta v incnes.
SI. 75 to $4.25
widths 12 to 27 inches, very
elaborate designs, deep scal
lops in the new aand shades.
75c to $1.50
io at zioc
French and English manu
facture. Black, white and
cream. 9 to 24-inch widths.
e r le s
inch, exquisite eyelet designs,
soft lawn For lingerie waists,
brassieres, corset covers.
Lrepe e i g e
F 1 e u n c i nr.
Lovely floral pattern with
either hemstitched ox aval
loped edges. -
Me TO ft EMBROIDERY FLOUNCINGS, BANDS, INSERTIONS. VP TO.IJ-INCH. TI. J5 ytm Far, . h-.M. Mc TO Sc EMBROIDERY FLOUNCINGS BANDS, INSERTIONS, ITP TO 17-INCH. YARD 23.
Reg. 65c to $1.00
Reg. 65c to 85c
27 inches wide,
lawn, in small
neat designs with Veniae
lace edres, also 18-inch ba
tiste organdie flouncings.
$1.00 to $1.25
Also Scores of Other Bargains Not Advertised Here!
Very heavy quality and lustrous finish;
6M and 7-inch widths, in a splendid as
sortment of colors.
Pint Floor, Slxth-St. Bids.
wear at 40c
Women's; Harvard Mills make. All fine
lightweight lisle; regular sizes. Vests
Dutch neck, short sleeves or high neck,
long sleeves,, pants knee or ankle length.
Second Floor, Slxth-Mt. Bids.
$2.00 Sulkies $1.47
You're offered a well-made steel
spring Sulky, with adjustable foot
rest and 10-inch rubber tired
wheels and black enameled mud
A good investment for Summer use for the
child who has grown too large for the go-cart.
Light and easy for the mother to handle. And
the saving is worth while from $2 to $1.47.
t Temporary Annex, ElKhtfc Floor.
Deposit $1 Sugar, Creamer
200 Crystal Glass Sugars and
Creamers, with heavy filigree
high-grade deposit in attractive
Fourth Floor. Temporary Annex
It's Wonderful How Low the Prices Are, on This
Furniture better than the average medium-grade lines. Its construction and finish are beyond -reproach.
The quality of wood used is like that in the more expensive pieces.
If Desired. Our Club Plan of In
stallment Payments May
T&Tsi&M S JtSiH i
The$27.50 The $23.00 The $20.00 The $25.00 The $27.50 The$27.50
Chiffoni'rs Tables at Tables at Beds for Dressers Dressers
$16.50 313.90 $11.50 $14.75 $16.50 $16.50
rT"r! Ore ssinr Tables, . . , Circassian walnut . . , Princess. Gireajs
Ctrtassia whwt .a, Dressu Tab lee, or mahogany, 4-6 Circassian walnut
or malccny. mirrera. Circagyfan walnut. size. ' or mahogany. hoyany.
40 Motor Trucks to Give, You Service!
"Snow White" brand, a high-grade patent
flour made in the State of Oregon. With most
brands selling now at $1.85 this is a strong one-day grocery
bargain at $1.65. 24 y2 -lb. Sacks, 85.
OUR CANNED GOODS SALE
This great event continues all this week, with new items and new
loc Maine Corn, fancy quM- 1 O lyU
ity, dozen, $1.49; can C
20c Peaches or Apricots, Impe- C
rial brand, dozen, $1.75; can.. XJC
Sliced Peaches, exceptional qual- 1
ity, dozen, $1.59; can ltC
15c Peas, Early June, superior 0
quality, dczen, $1.49; can IOC
25c Asparagus, Griffon fancy 1 Q
brand, dozen, $3.19; can 1 C
25c Asparagus Tips, Griffon 1 Q
brand, dozen, $2.19; can 1 JC
15c Peas, Apex, Colorado pack, 11
dozen, $1.29; can 1 iC
15c Wax Beans, latest pack,
dozen, $1.29; can
20c Loganberries, Oregon finest 1 Q
pack, dozen, $1.29; can laUC
Pineapple, Victor brand, sliced, 1 Ae
No. 2',4 cans, doz., $1.59; can. XlC
Pure Food Orocerr, Haawtnent, Mxtfc-st. Bids.