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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (July 3, 1915)
THE MORNING OCEGOXIAX. SATUKDAY, JULY 3, 1913.
I Women's Outing Hats in White or Color Combinations. For Motoring:, Beach or Mountain Wear. 50c
We're Completely Ready Up to the Very Last Moment for the Glorious Fourth!
Filled From This
and All Our Ads
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TFI.EPHOXK T'S WHERF Qt'AN
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AUK IN A Hl'ltKY.
If you come In prrinn, ask any
Doorman to rail personal hop
per, who will Kiva you every aa-
with the things that you need at prices you wish to pay, and remember
Every A rticle in Our Store Is Reduced & SS&SS
Your Unrestricted Choice Any Man's Fancy
The Qutvity Store of Portland
Suit in Our Entire Stock $17
Every Piece of Neckwear Is Reduced!
Several Hundred Styles to Select From
Is Now at
Is Now at
Is Now at
Is Now at
NEW ICELAND WHITE FOX SCARFS AND BOAS AT $1.98
The latest novelty for evening and seaside wear. Good size scarfs, with ribbon ends.
Beautiful Ostrich- Feather Boas are also Fashion's latest decree. Solid black, solid
white, black and white combinations.
1st Floor, th-&t. Bid.
The Fourth and
See the new No. 1 and
1-A Autographic Junior.
Kodaks fitted with Kodak
Anastigmat lens F. 7 7.
Priced $15 and $18.
Other Kodaks and Cameras
$1.25 to $125.
Get Your Films Here
for the 4th of July outing. We
have the genuine Eastman N. C.
Eastman Acid Fixing Powder,
one-pound packages, 18c
Arcade, Slxth-St. Bide.
Women's Long Silk
Gloves, Priced at 85c
$125 Pure Silk Quality
Black and white in heavy Milanese silk, double
finger tipped. Full elbow length, cut wide in the
arm. Made by America's foremost glove-maker
every pair guaranteed perfect. Sizes 56 to 8.
WHITE GLOVES FOR 89c
Imported Skins, $1.23 Qualities.
Doeskin and chamois. Wash perfectly. One
clasp and one-pearl button styles. Sizes 5 to 7.
lat Kloor, eth-Mt. Bids.
Hairbow Ribbons 22c
In great variety heavy taffeta with contrast
ing colored edges; all silk, plain taffeta and
moire; "Rose City" hairbow ribbons; fancy silks
light and dark colors. 1st Floor, etn-si. nidg.
Whether Price Was $25.00, $30.00, $35.00
Again today, we make this sensational offer. It's but another great example of
the power of OUR GIGANTIC REMOVAL SALE. Included are
Renowned Makes Men's Clothing Such as:
L. Adler & Bros Co. Make, Ilickey-Freeman Quality,
Famous "Society" Brand, Cloth Craft Clothes, A. B.
Kirschbaum Make, Louis Holtz & Son's Clothing,
Washington Company Clothing and M. Stein Sf Co. ,
A busy Men's Department, indeed, were we Thursday and
yesterdaj' and today we shall be busier than ever.
Men know a good thing when they see it and here's a big one!
It's one of those instances where we LOSE money to MAKE
We can't carry these Suits over we must have fresh stock each season.
Then, too, there's our big Removal Sale to consider.
We have made a fair profit on what we have sold.
This sale is clearing; out our entire stock at one sweep and making us
new friends by the score. '
The materials are all wool, the patterns and colors the newest and most
popular, including handsome plaids, stripes, mixtures and the always staple
Everything you could wish for. Look to your entire year's needs,
and remember, men, these are Suits sold all the season for $23.00,
$3fl (Wand ftfl nnw vr.ii mov. Vii. k.M 1T A A
Yw.w vvrv.wv vy ' J vu ilia fcujr 1U1 f ll.VV.
We can fit your
figure for $17.00
We can fit your
fjgure for $17.00
We can fit your
figure for $17.00
We can fit your
figure for $17.00
We can fit your
figure for $17.00.
Men's Palm Beach, Silk or White Flannel Suits
all at special Removal Sale prices; also Outing Suits in khaki, whipcord
or strong flannel.
Traiwrarr Alan, mal Floor.
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Picnic Supply -Specials
25c PACKAGKS SANITARY
PAPER PLATKS, PARCH- I O.
MENT LINED ill
3 5e DENNISO.VS PLAIN WHITK
P AP Eli NAPKIN S, 100 Qg
5c ROLLS " WAXKD PAPER, j f
.THREE KOLLS KOK I Ul
50c PATRIOTIC LUNCH AAo
SETS. COMPLETE SET FOR1""
5c DOZEN PATRIOTIC PAPER
N A P K INS. THREE DOZEN Qg
25c R ED,' W H if E AND BLUE O O m
CREPE PAPER STREAMERS"
15c RED. WHITE AND BLUE I Q
CREPE PAPER. ROLL ICb
25c RED, WHITE AND BLUE OOn
PAPER PIRATES. DOZEN.. .. IJ
JOc PACKAGES SANITARV1.
DRINKING CUPS. PACKAGE . ' u
10c SANITARY TABLE SETS.
CI.OTH 42x56. 12 NAPKINS. 7
THE. SET lb
First Floor, Slxth-St. Bide.
A r for Women's
Banded Top Lisle
Hose. High spliced heels, double
soles, wide garter tops; 8 to 10.
O fcr women's 25c black,
aVICwhite, tan mercerized
Lisle Hose; 3 pairs 55. Seam
less feet, high spliced heels,
double soles; all sizes.
for c h i 1 d r e n's 20c-25c
lain and fancy Top
Socks, 2 pairs Ho C. Broken lines
cotton and lisle, nearly all sizes.
for children's black and
tan ribbed Lisle Hose, 3
pairs GO. Light and medium
weight, seamless feet. Sizes 5
for infants' 25c Mercer-
C iZed Lisle Hose, 3 pairs
for 50. Black and white, with
seamless feet. Sizes 4 to 6V4.
"I 7r for children's fancy Socks
A C for Summer, 3 pairs for
oOo White with pretty striped
colored tops. Sizes 5 to 94.
1st Kloor, Ota-at. Bias.
50c RARUS T H E ATRICAL QQ
CREAM (ONE-POUND JARS) 03U
25c WOOD BURY'S FACIAL I Q
CREAM, SPECIAL. I Oil
50c STILLM AN'S FRECKLE OQ.
CREAM. SPECIAL. 3l
50c JAVA RICE POWDER, QQ
SPECIAL AT OOU
25c SANITOL TOOTH PASTE I Cn
Oil POWDER KOR IDl
25c PRINCESS VIOLET. ROSE.
CARNATION TALCUM, T WO 2 5 (J
n.oo" 'scheffler s" c "6'l"- EQ.
ORINE FOR 03l
60e D AND ERIN E, SPECIAL OQ-
TODAY AT OOU
25c SPIRO (DEODORANT) I C
POWDER. SPECIAL. I0l
75c PINAUD'S LILAC VEGE-CQ.
TAL. SPECIAL. 031
15c PEAR'S L'NSCENT ED I I
SOAP. SPECIAL I I l
10c PHYSICIANS' AND SUR-Cf
fiEONS1 SOAP FOR DU
B E E C H A M'S PILLS, SPE- I 7-
CIAL TODAY I I C
HUGHES' IDEAL HAIR 1 nt
BRUSHES NOW AT. ... . 4 Oil
Flnst Floor, Sixth-, t. Bid;.
Specializing Today Girls'
Lingerie Dresses $3.49
We've never handled daintier or more ideally de
signed lingerie models for small girls.
While lace and
and made of sheer
est lawn, they're tub
able and practical as
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Men! Here Are the vFurnishings You
Need at Our Removal Sale's Prices
All good merchandise. Every article in our Men's Store is reduced. Here are a few of the good val-
it ues in fact, so good that we want to emphasize them.
A MEN'S STRAW HATS REDUCED TO 9Sc, $1.89 AND $2.69
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Imported and American made. Heavy rough
soft crowns, telescope and Fedora styles.
straws, sennits, split straws.
MEN'S GOTHAM SHIRTS AT $1.03
Were formerly $1.50.
most popular materials.
Included are both starched and French cuff styles. The
Fit and workmanship guaranteed, because they're
MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS, $1.33
The ideal Shirt for golf and tennis. Made of
crepe cloth in many different colors, stripes
and plain white. Collars that may be worn
open or raised.
MEN'S SOISETTE TAJAMAS, $1.69
Were formerly $3.00. In blue, gray, tans, heliotrope and white." All trimmed
with silk frogs.
MEN'S GOTHAM SUITS, $1.29
Were formerly $2.00. Athletic slyle, made of nainsook and soit-elte, with
closed crotch. Perfectly finished.
MEN'S MERCERIZED SOCKS, 14c
Were formerly 25c Four pairs 30f , with double toes and heels. Black, tans,
gray, navy, heliotrope, etc
MEN'S NEW SUMMER TIES AT 43c
In a great variety of patterns, including the popular Falm Beach shades and
all the other newest color combinations.
Trtf7 Ann, Klrat Floor
well, and will give the best of service to the
small wearer and satisfaction to the mother.
Either French or high-waisted styles, with
pretty messaline sashes in white, pink or blue.
GIRLS' DRESSES, SPECIAL $5
. One as Illustrated Sizes 6 to 14
The one pictured has a panel down the front
of sheer organdy with silk embroidered effect
really a most effective creation. Plentifully
trimmed with Valenciennes lace, and "set off"
with a wide sash of white satin ribbon.
The workmanship on these splendid little
dresses is unexcelled, and the price hardly pays
for the cost of materials. $o.OO.
Flftfc Floor, Mlmtb-Mt. Bloc
Veils for 28c
75c to $1j0 varieties. All
kinds of meshes, dozns of col
ors. Ideal for beach and travel
! Floor. eth-Ht. Bids.
Sugar-Cured Smoked Cottage Hams, Lb. at 17Jc
IMPORTED SARDINES, FANCY, NO. U
LUNCH PINEAPPLE. SLICED, NO. 1
FLAT CANS. THREE FOR
OREGON CHEESE. RICH TILL A-1 O
MOOK MAKE, THE POUND 10
RIPE OLIVES. CALIFORNIA. TEN-0Ef
ROYAL BANQUET BUTTER, FANCY CQ.
OREGON MAKE. THE ROLI 00U
VICTOR COFFEE. REGULAR 35c
BLE.-SD, THE POUND
ENGLISH WALNUTS. HARD SHELLS. I C.
T H K P JU N D I 3 U
GINUKK ALE. WAUKESHA MAKE. 7C
THE IiOZEN I3l
LUNCH PICKLES, IN JARS. PRICED I fU
AT lihp AVD I UU
Pore Food Citwi j. Bawont, otta-ot. Bids.
All $3.30 Values
Parasols of taffeta, both light
and dark colors. Gilt frames,
fancy wood sticks. Buy them
for beach and general street use.
ALL FANCY PARA
SOLS LESS 20
rlrmt Floor. Slxlh-St. Bias.
Boys' Suits That Were $6.50
and $7.50, Now $4.85
2 Pairs Knickers
With Every Suit
The fabrics are all wool
and there's a very great vari
ety of patterns and colors to
choose -from, and they're all
The Knickers- are lined throughout,
and have the non-tear knee buckles. Sizes
for boys 6 to 18 years.
BOYS SUITS AT $3.83
Of Corduroy, Formerly $3.00.
Norfolk Coats with stitched pleats, belt
and patch pockets, Knickerbocker pants,
and box pleated models. Sizes for boys
6 to 1 years. Best all-around Summer
Suit a boy can have.
Trnrrar7 Ann, Srrood Floor.
3JWomen's Outing Hats in White or Color Combinations. For Motoring', Beach or Mountain Wear. 50c
LINCOLN PARK PLANS PLAY
Playground to Hare Independence
Daj Programme Monday.
; The Fourth of July will be cele
brated Monday t Lincoln Park by a
treneral pror&ramme of sports. In which
the public generally will participate.
The morning: will be devoted to athletic
tests on the apparatus for which the
boys and girls are awarded park em
blems. In the afternoon there will be
drills by the girls, a track and field
meet for both boys and 8lrls. with
comic events, followed by match games
and free play.
A feature of the celebration will be
a family relay race In which each child,
mother and father each runs a relay.
Many of those participating will be of
foreigrn parentage. The programme Is
In the hands of the park directors. Miss
Ada Hall and David Brace.
The Albina Homestead Parent-Teacher
Association will hold weekly meet
ing's In the park, when all will Indulge
in games. .
Washington And I tors Elect.
OLTMPIA. Wah, July 2. (Special.)
Picking Everett for next year's ses
sion, county auditors of Washington
have ended their three days' conven
tion here, electing the following offi
cers: President, J. W. Monfort. Lowis
County; first vice-president. Miss Annie
Gaston. Thurston Connty: second vice
president. C T. Sanders. Grant County,
secretary, A. R. Met. Whitman County.
NEW LIBRARY IS IN USE
Sell wood Branch Moves Into Mod
The new home for the tell wood
Branch Library, erected on Nehalem
avenue and East Fifteenth street, was
occupied Thursday for the first time.
In honor of the occasion the weekly
conference of the Portland librarians
was held in the new building Thurs
day. There were 16 librarians and
some friends present. Luncheon was
served at noon by Mrs. G. M. Banks.
The library has a capacity of about
The cost of the building was about
13000. It occupies a lot IOOiSO feet.
The Bell wood Library was started aa
a reading room about eight years ago.
and was the first suburban library In
1 level ver Surrenders papers.
CENTRAL! A, Wash.. July J. (Spe
cial.) John Galvln. receiver of the
Union Loan Trunt Co.. yenterday was
ordered by Judge Rico, in Lewis Coun
ty Superior Court, to return to Mrs.
Mary Gilchrist certain papers and war
rants which she filed suit to recover.
Georgo Mason, former cashier of the
trust company, acted as Mrs. Gilchrist's
agent In buying the warrants. He kept
them In a pigeonhole In the bank in
an envelope marked with Mrs. Gil
christ's name. When Mr. Galvln took
charge of the bank's affairs he took
possession of the papers and refused to
give them up unless a court order was
ELKS' SITE COSTS $107,400
Two Iota at Twelfth and Alder
Street May Hold Pulure Home.
At a valuation of 1107.400 the Port
land lodge of Elks has arranged with
X)t. Charles W. Cornelius for the pur
chase of two 10 by 100 foot lots lo
cated on the northeast corner of
Twelfth and Alder streots. As $54,000
of the payment rr. Cornelius will ac
cept a (0 by 100 foot lot situated on
the southwest corner of Thirteenth
land Tsylar streets.
For the present the Elks will held
the Alder. street property as an Invest
ment, hut It Is possible that the site
will be used se-me day for the erec
tion of a new Elks Tempi to succeed
the prenent quarters at Stark street
Demonstration Car to lie Han.
SALEM. Or., July J. (Special ) Su
perintendent of Public Instruction
Churchill has been notified by H. A.
Hlnhw, general frelclit agent of the
Southern Pacific Company, that the
company Is planning In conjunction
with the Orecon Agricultural College
to operate a fruit canning and poultry
demonstration car In the Willamette
Valley, commencing about July 12. Mr.
Churchill Is in hearty sympathy with
this movement, which Is closely allied
to the work which the State Depart
ment of Education la doing through Its
Industrial Club workers, and will as
sist In obtaining the attendance of the
school children at the various points
to bo visited.
WOODMEN PROVIDE $1500
Multnomah Camp Arrange for Irlll
Tram to Compete at Ialr.
Multnomah Camp No. 7 7. Wundnirn
of the World, has voted tl&OO to de
fray the expenses of the camp's temti
to Kan Francisco to participate in tle
Woodmen of the World content t l
held at the Panama - Pacific Itv .. ion
August 11. The trill team will --r nc.
rompanlel hi- C. A. Krhert. consul
commander: J. . Wilson. ,l.ik. ,.
Keenan. ailnntit clcik: T J K .-.-.: r
and J. L. Wei's, mamci rr, and Jim,
Ru1tman. past conj romtnMmler.
H. R. Cooley Is In Immediate charge
of the team aa Its captain, and he has
given much attention to drilling the