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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (July 31, 1915)
THE MORNING OREGONIAN. SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1913.
All Charge Purchases Made Today Will Be Charged on Bill Rendered September 1st
The practical kind
that are so light to
carry and so compact
when folded (with one
Has finest quality steel frame
of black bicycle enamel, reclin
ing back, good spring seat, 10
inch rubber-tired "wheels with
The illustration above will
give you a better idea of this
Temporary Annex, Eigrhth Floor.
Tonight Old Father Time Will Come Along and Discontinue the Marked
Down Prices on All Goods in Those Departments That Are Now Located in
Their Permanent Quarters. Meanwhile
OUR REMOVAL SALE
The- QualitV Store- of Portlahd
FifUv. .Sixt-h "Morrisoiv Alder Sts.
will continue in every department that has
not moved with
except contract goods, "Silk-Maid" Hose and Groceries.
As most of the departments that will discontinue the
removal-sale prices are those of yardage goods and
outer wearing apparel, it certainly behooves you to buy
these things today, before this opportunity passes
away perhaps for all time.
In Their New Homes
The Foil owing
Just moved! Come and see
them. On the fourth floor of the
new building youH find gowns,
suits, coats, dresses and furs.
On the third floor, Sixth-street
building, are muslin wear, cor
sets and French lingerie shop.
The baby, shop has been tem
porarily moved to the third floor,
Exhibit and Sale Baskets and
Curios Philippine Peoples
Of tho hundreds who huve vim ted thia exhfMt all he pon
T"! w,'ih,, clcar'r foncepuon of the extraordinary d rlonuirnt
r tho Philippine people The procrra from the work of ihr wild
To'i may n,f It all.
1.1 Floor. New l-.ldc.
nntauKht native to that of a rivilixed people.
.ioarraie price as tlxea t.y the liuvrrnmtnL
Free! An 8xlO-Inch
Photo Enlargement Today
With Every $2.00 Purchase in
Our Popular Kodak Shop
Bring in one of your favorite negatives and
accept our free offer for today only.
Se, Well finish it in sepia or black and
white in our expert way absolutely
free, as stipulated. Only one to a pur
chaser. SLIGHTLY USED CAMERAS
3-A GRAFLEX, FITTED WITH ZEISS- infl
WITH CASE... JIWU
TESSAR 1-C LENS,
$25 3-A FOLDING KODAK. PRAC
TICALLY NEW, REDUCED TO.
$6 4x5 BOX PREMO CAMERA, MAY i
BE PURCHASED FOR
5c EASTMAN M. Q. DEVELOPING OCp
TUBES. EIGHT FOR.
$1.25 LOOSE-LEAF PHOTO AL
BUMS. 7x10 SIZE
$4.00 PADDED-LEATHER LOOSE-0 00
LEAF ALBUMS. 7x10 (JU.XtJ
Kodak Shop, New Bids.. First Floor.
Children's Hosiery and
Underwear Sale Priced
We are headquarters for Children's "Hole
proof" and "Black Cat" Hose.
Every pair is guaranteed to give satisfactory service. All mod
MISSES' LISLE HOSE, 22c PAIR
Usually Sold at 25c; 3 for 63c.
Black, white and colored mercerized lisle, invisible lxl ribbed,
light medium weight, linen-finished heels and toes. Sizes 5V4 to 10.
MISSES' COTTON HOSE, 17c PAIR
Usually Sold at 20c; 3 for 50c
Black and white soft-ribbed Egyptian cotton. Made with seam
less feet. All sizes, 6 to 10.
INFANTS' COTTON HOSE, 12Vzc PAIR
Regularly Priced at 20c Pair.
Black and white Cotton Hose, elastic ribbed style, made with
seamless feet. Sizes 4 to 6.
"NAZARETH" UNION SUITS AT 40c
Hosiery Department. First Floor, Mxtfa-St. Bids.
Underwear, Second Floor, Slxth-St. Bids.
Event No. 8 Is Men's and Boys' Suits in
Our Before - Vacating - the - Temporary -Annex-Sale
at Removal Prices
Today, we're putting our greatest shelf-emptying strength into these two departments, for we are absolutely determined that
these stocks shall be reduced to a new low-water mark. That we shall be able to do it, there is no doubt, as is evidenced by the as
tonishingly little selling prices. These men's and boys' suits on sale in our Annex, Second Floor.
Suits for $6.35
Originally $8.50, $10.00, $12.50
Clean-up lots from the maker and our own
stocks. Suits that are built by the finest tailors
in the land.
All fancy Suits, with a few
broken lines of blue cheviots
and serge suits. The sizes
range from 7 to 18 years, and
each Suit bears the "Sampecf
Suits at $3.85
$5 and $6 Models
Made of all-wool materials,
in fancy tans, browns, grays
and mixtures, also corduroy
and broken lines of blue serge.
Pants lined throughout. Sizes
6 to 18 years.
the Fancy Suits at $635 and Nearly
at nave 1 wo fairs oj fonts
BOYS' STRAW ILVTS HALF PRICE
Boys' and children's split straws, Milans and Panamas in all
latest styles and shapes and all color trims. Sizes 6V4 to 714.
Were 50c to $5 now 25 to $2.50.
Formerly $15.00 to $20.00
These are not paper values, but
actual values, based upon the worth of
the clothing, the regular cost, the sell
ing price, the makePs name, the work
manship and the fine material.
They are without doubt the best Suits possible to
give at their regular prices.
Everything wanted in style will be found in both
conservative and extreme models, such as the double
breasted model and the box-back and one-button,
soft-roll coats. Of course, the English styles, with or without
patch pockets, are also here to please the younger men who
follow fashion more closely.
Everything desirable is here for choice in the season's new
worsteds, cassimeres, cheviots, tweeds, velours, in the latest
patterns of Tartan checks, Glen Urquhart plaids, light and dark
gray mixtures and pencil stripes.
All Regularly $25.00
We can fit your
figure at $5).8o
and -SI I. Ho
We can fit your
figure at J?O.X.
and $14. S3
We can fit your
figure at J?J.X3
We can fit your
figure at $J.S3
and $14. S3
We can fit your
figure at SO.83
and SI I. S3
We can fit your
figure at Sl.83
and $14. S3
Children's Coats at V2
Coats That Were $7.00 to $25.00 Are Now
Marked $3.50 to $12.50
SILK MOIRE PONGEES WOOL CHECKS
SILK POPLINS WOOL MIXTURES WOOL SERGES
THE COLORS include white, sand, Copenhagen and all sorts of checked
THE STYLES are Empire, flared, Tommy Atkins, with belt and patch pockets
and tailored box coats.
THE SIZES range from 1 to 14 years-all this season's models.
Flftlt Floor, Slxtk-St. Bide.
NEW "ELSIE JANIS" MIDDIES, SPECIAL AT $1.00
They're all white, made of a splendid grade of galatea. The attractive
wide hem at bottom, laced front and soutache-trimmed collar and cuffs all
in the approved ''Elsie Janis" style. Full lines of sizes, 36 to 44. $1.00 is
a very special price on these Middies. fiiu. Floor, sixtfc-st. Bids.
Men's Shoes and
Oxfords, Pair $3.39
Discontinued Lines of
$5.00 and $6.00 Grades
The lines are broken, but all sizes are included
in the lot so deeply underpriced. Shoe Patent
leather, tans; laced and button styles. Oxfords
Patent leather, tans, calfskins; button and lace.
CHILDREN'S BAREFOOT SANDALS
114 TO 2. QQ a I 84 TO 11
BPECIAL... wOu I SPECIAL..
TP .RQr I to 8.7o
-Third Floor. rn BolldlaK
Neck Ruffs $1.19
That A re Usually $2.00
The fashionable Summer neckwear
that every smartly dressed woman
WHITE FOX PIECES, $1.39
Easily wortli $2.50. Ribbon ties.
First Floor. Slxth-St. Bid.
Silk Gloves 89c
$125 and $1.75 Regularly
The best makes, of tricot and
heavy Milanese silk, with double
Black, white, tans, browns, champagne, grays,
mode, lavender and blues. 16 and 20-button
lengths. Sizes 5l,i to 7.
Flrat Floor, Slxth-St. Bids;.
Just in! These Brand New
Sports Shirts for Men at $1.65
The Materials and Patterns Many of Them Exclusive
Are Those Found Only in $2.00 and $230 Shirts
Beautiful crepe cloths in satin stripe effects,
woven madras and crystal cloth in multi-colored
stripes and plain tans, grays and white.
Made in the popular sports style, so comfortable for warm weather.
Fifty dozen to go on sale at the exceedingly low price of J? 1 ..".
Men's Vassar CQ
Union Suits. . yl0
Regularly Priced at 52.
Fine white cotton garments,
made in the popular form-fitting
Union Suits. .
Rejrularly Priced at S3.
Men's fine mercerized lisle,
in white, blue or flesh color.
MEN'S SILK LISLE HOSE, 17c PAIR
Always Sells for 25c; 3 for 50c
The famous "Onyx" Silk Lisle Hose, with double heels and toes.
A good medium weight. Shown in black, tans, grays and navy.
ALL MANHATTAN SHIRTS REDUCED
"MAN HATTAN SHIRTS, f I ")C
REGULAR II. SO. NOW OIZ3
"MANHATTAN" SHIRTS.! QC
IttGLLAK :.iO-3. NUW...li3J
- M A N HATTAN
- M A N H ATTAN "
KKCL'LAK I.;. 50-14
SHIRTS, C I PR
NOW . . O I iD J
now.. . 31.03
ALL STRAW HATS LESS THAN ONE-HALF
Filled From This
and All Our Ads
If Received Within
Three Days of Date
Telephone us where quanti
ties are limited.
Royal Banquet ButterOregon's Finest MakeToday, a Roll, 65c
FAST BACON. I ROILED HAM, FAT REMOVED. VICTOR COFFEE, POPULAR OQ. I WAX BEANS. V I C T O H. I fl ICALITORXIA LEMON,
D J.l?r.?- yyVif! I SI'.LV' D TO order, theic- I 35c blend, today. potrND.. I dozes ai.is. the can IUC I size, the dozen
STREAKED WITH LEAN, 001
JA STRIPS. THE POUND.... 2
DRIED BEEF. GOLD COIN, I 1)1
IN JARS, DOZ. l.40. JAR... I 2"
ICTOR PEAS. NO. 2 CANS.
uUiifc.-'M Hl.lO, THE CAN
OREGON CHEESE. TILLAMXlK
MAKE. POUND S P E C I ALLY I 0
PRICED FOR TODAY AT I OU
SOLID TOMATOES. GRIF
FON. NO. CANS. THEOC
DOZEN Sc. THREE CANS...43w
CALIFORNIA LEMONS. SS0 in-
SIZE. THE DOZEN
60c SOCIETY CHOCOLATES, 10n
ONE-POUND BOXES iu
Rimrit, Mxtfc-M. Illdx.
II HAYS' HAIR HEALTH
II W Y ETH'S SAGE AND I
lie HOLMES' FROSTILLAie-
60c DAGGETT & KAMS-4En
60t- JAVA RICE FACE
!5o SWANSDOWN FACElOo
15c HIKERS TOOTHin,
POWDER. I U
!5c SHEFFIELD'S TOOTH I C
PASTE I 3U
l&c 4711 WHITE ROSE I
lie PEARS' UNSCENTEDI n
Flrat Klovr. Milh-M. Hide.
M. & Fs $1.00
100 SHEETS PAPER. tS GOLD
EDGED uakijs, ui EX.rn,
V ELOPES Foil 3 3m
4'c CRANES CORRESI-OND-E
N C E CARDS. ANNAN- O I n
DALE BRAND. I.O . . . ZIC
Sic LINEN BATISTE POUND
PAPER. S SHEETS 1'1'KEO I -
LINEN PAPER I C
ISo LINEN BATISTE ENVEL
OPES TO MATCH ABOVE O -
POUND PAPER. PKO OC
3nc DOZEN NUT CUPS RED
PINK. Y E L L O W. ETC- I Q
THE DOZEN NOW I
o ROLLS S H E L F P A PER.
ASSORTED COIjOKS. NOW C
TWO ROLLS FOR 0C
0c AUTOG R APH ALBUMS,
GOOD ASSORTMENT TO0Q
CHOOSE FROM. NOW. . .
Mr C.ol.D - Elv-.K LINEN I'irt
BATISTE PAPER, BOX.... 0)3 C
Flrmt I'lMr.llkl. Bid.
lUSE THE ESCALATORS (MOVING STAIRWAYS) THEY ARE EASY TO RIDE UPON AND AS SAFE AS WALKING ACROSS THE FLOOR 5