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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 19, 1916)
TIIE MORNING OKEGONTAN, SATURDAY, .FEBRUARY 19, 1916.
EXPERT JEWELRY AND WATCH REPAIRING AND CLEANING VERY MODERATE CHARGES MAIN FLOOR!
A Man's Ideal
Soup, a tasty chop or roast and
salad, with coffee and dessert
or whatever else he prefers
deliciously prepared and
quickly served every day.
Corset Fitting ,
by Mrs. A. L. Craig, expert
corsetiere, from the Nemo Hy
gienic Fashion Institute! All
the new . style . ideas pointed
out and adapted to your needs.
' Third Floor, Sixth Street.
The- Quality" Store- of Portland
Fifths, Sixth,, "Morrisong Alder Sta.
-Ninth Floor, Fifth Street.
Saturday's Store Bulletin-- With Many Helpful and Timely Suggestions for the Week End
Arrivals Feature Today's Shoppin;
MEN! Here Today
New Spring Shirts
The New Manhattans J list Arrived!
ND they're beauties every one! Fine soft madras, percale,
woven English and Russian cords and the best-looking
silks! Conservative and "nifty" patterns, with bright stripes
predominating. Priced at $1.50 to $7.50.
New Spring Shirts 95c
A special showing of the newest patterns. You will be pleased
with the smartness and variety of material and design in these
bright shirts at 95c.
How About a New Hat?
We are showing some of the best-looking hats for these fine
Spring days full of style and "pep." Half a dozen new ideas
in brims and crowns and bands you'll have to see them!
Knox and other famous makes. Priced at $2 to $5.
19c for "Seconds" 25c Fibre Hose
Unusually good values all the new shades for Spring
"mill run" of the very best grade 25c fiber silk socks.
JIain Floor, Just Inside Morrison-St. Entrance.
Made in our own Candy Kitchen.
40c Assorted Buttercups, lb., 290
40c Asstd. Cream Wafers, lb., 29
40c Sunbeam Creams, pound, 290
25c Peanut Brittle, ptfund, at 190
25c French Mixed, pound, at 150
Ninth Floor, -Basement Balcony.
Main Floor, Central.
Gold-filled mountings, correctly
fitted lenses. Our graduate opto
metrists use the Ski optometer and
the DeZeny retinoscope. Positive
results. No guesswork.
Broken lenses duplicated from
pieces. Balcony, Sixth Street '
Face Veiling, Yard 49c
Hexagon, hairline and novelty
meshes; black, white and colors.
Auto Veils, Yard 98c
Main Floor, Fifth St.
The Seasons Greatest Showing of
Men's New Suits for
Spring at $25
THE cream of the world's best Clothes for men is
ready for your inspection arid choosing here today.
Not merely one famous line, but Adler-Rochester,
Hi'ckey-Freeman, Rogers-Peet and "Society Brand"
Clothes for young men and men who stay young.
Every -new style feature, every smart color and every wanted fabric.
English, boxback and regular models for advanced and conservative
dressers. Special models for young men one distinctive type illustrated.
Sizes for all builds, as well as all ages.
Serges, worsteds, cassimeres, homespuns and tweeds in newest pin,
regimental, pencil and banjo stripes, plain and mixed patterns. Strictly
hand-tailored garments, collars cut full size and put on by hand. Many
other new and well-liked features that you owe it to yourself to sec
You'll enthuse over these new Spring arrivals today at $25.
Final Disposal Broken Lines
-Third Floor. Fifth Street.
Women's Gloves $1
$1.25, $1.50, $1.75 Broken Lines
Splendid quality kid gloves 200 pairs glace, cape, mocha,
suede, in a very good assortment of colors, suited to street or dress
wear. Sizes 5 to 7. THESE GLOVES FITTED IF DESIRED.
New Neckwear 25c to $3
The most attractive and dainty collars and vestee effects. Made
of voiles, crepes, organdie and other sheer materials. White and
lovely colors; also new frillings, pink, blue, white.
Collar and dtZs
Tie Sets at K3L
A tailored linen collar,' hem
stitched hem or embroidered
all-over dotted patterns. Ties
in every shade plain, striped
and checked. Very special for
Saturday, the set, at 45c.
Hairbows - J-w
Smart bows, made of fancy
Dresden and pretty hairbow taf-
feta, in the colors and combina
tions suited to small girls. Four
to six-inch ' ribbon, 1, to 1
yards in each bow, only 19c.
Main Floor, Fifth Street
No. 3-A Special
Fitted with Cooke Kodak
Lens and Compur Shutter.
Takes pictures 3x5 in.,
or postcard size.
Snap shots may be taken
when light is poor, with fully
timed negatives resulting.
Priced at $46.00
Kodaks, cameras and all
printing and enlarging by
an expert formerly with
the Eastman Kodak Co.
Main Floor, Sixth Street.
Fruit for 2V2C
Seedless variety, 80-to-case
size. Dozen, 29c, while any
Extra Large Orangi
100-to-case size, QE
the dozen ...... OJL
Fine Large Orange s
126 size, special, OQ
the dozen .fJC
Dessert Peaches, No. 2
cans, halves or "1 OJ.
sliced, can J-
Eastern Hams. "1 QliU.
well smoked, lb...-1-O
Boiled Ham, sliced to OCn
. order, pound JJC
Solid Pumpkin, Ore- OC
gon, 2 Ms cans, 3 for. . . Jl
Bacon, 8 to 10-pound strips,
one-half strips, O Of -
the pound l&
Frankfurters, f '"JXfaf.
fresh daily, lb. . . X I
Royal Banquet But
ter, fresh, roll.
Dill Pickles, gallon, A(f
about 30 Dickies .frlC
i Victor Coffee, our
35c blend, pound.
Ninth Floor, Fifth Street.
Spring Garments for 'Little Women'
THE new colts and dresses for Spring wear are coming in by the dozens these days and mothers are
delighted with them!
They've adapted the styles for "grown-ups" most attractively. They are smart, yet charmingly sim
ple and youthful.
are here in silk poplins, taffetas
and moires, showing the new
waistline and flared skirt. Ever
so pretty, in sizes 2 to 6. Priced
Larger sizes (8 to 14) from
$8.95 to $14.50.
with the most pleasing touches
of handwork or contrasting ma
terial, are fetching! Plaid ging
hams, plain linens, poplins and
cotton gabardines, many styles.
Ginghams priced 98c to $6.49.
Linens priced $7.50 to $10.95.
Children's $5 Hats, $2.50
A wide assortment of fancy or tailored hats for
the kiddies. Velvets, corduroys and velours in
dozens of styles and colors. Some with pretty
touches of colors, others with simple band.
Regularly $5.00 to $13.95
Special at $2.50 to $6.96
in broad blazer stripes, are
smart and new! They come in
Copen and rose. And besides
these are galateas, either all
white or with blue collars. Sizes
10 to 16 and 36 to 44.
Regularly $1.25. Special, 89
$1.25-$ 1.50 Sweaters, 98c
Some splendid values in all-wool sweaters. Lynx
knit or plain flat weave. High or ruffneck styles.
Infants' and children's sizes up to 4 years.
$1.75 to $2.50 Sweaters, $1.49
$2.75 to $4.00 Sweaters, $1.98
Second Floor, Sixth Street.
Pure Thread SiIkQC
Fast dye, black and white silk
hose, with lisle tops and soles.
Six-thread heels- and toes,
double welts, black, white and
tan. Extra sizes.
Medium-weight cotton, shaped
hose, Maco or split foot, fast
dye, all sizes.
Fiber Silk BootOCr
Black and white reinforced
fiber silk hose, all sizes, .three
pairs for $1.
Children's 33c Fi
ber Silk Hose. . .
Black, finely ribbed, with
seamless feet. A splendid stock
ing for wear. Sizes 5V6 to 8.
Three pairs 70c. Seamless and
reinforced. Come in black, white
and colors. Sizes 4 to 6M:.
ilh Hose in staple and novelty colors. Spring line
1 . t" now complete. Here only. The best silk stock
J'2 aid ings for women on the market at $1.
Main Floor, Sixth Street.
First Sale Baseball Mitts and Gloves
25c grades for 20
50c grades for 40
75c grades for ."f1
$1.00 grades for 74
$1.25 grades for 97
-Boys' Clubs Money Saved Here
e t en 1 ... f t I c 1 ni
$1.50 grades for $1.14
$2.00 grades for $1.52
$2.50 grades for $1.90
$3.00 grades for $2.24
$3.50 grades for $2.70
$4.00 grades for $3.10
$5.00 grades for $3.75
$6.00 grades for $4.50
$7.00 grades for $5.25
$8.00 grades for $6.00
1916 Baseball Uniforms Are In
Wide range of colors. Priced for complete
set 10 uniforms, $9 to $110.
$3-$3.50 Baseball Shoes, $2.1,5
A special purchase 225 pairs- in the lot.
While any remain, pair, $2.15.
Suits for Boys
Two Tairs Pants
Suits for the growing, romping boy!
The Norfolk coat has non-sagging
bottom, three-piece belt and cloth
Two pairs full-lined pants. Guar
anteed for- service. Tans, grays,
browns and mixtures. 6 to 18 years.
Exclusive Agents 'Sampeck'
Clothes and 'Kaynee'
Third Floor. Fifth Street.
Coats for Women
THEY'RE always correct and always good
looking, because they are simple and well
Kenyon coats are famous for their style and
durability. Tailored and athletic women prefer
them for their smartness.
These Spring coats are in brown, gray and
olive mixtures. Made on full-flowing lines,
with set-in or raglan sleeves, patch pockets
and military collars. All sizes. Specially
priced at $12.45. Fourth Floor, Fifth St.
50c Pozzoni Face Powder,
with rouge and QCp
50c Wakelee's Camel- O 1
line reduced to
50c Pomoeian Mas
sage Cream now at.
50c Theatrical Cream,
1 -pound tins.
25c Squibb's Talcum
Powder, the can.
25c Bathasweet, fine
25c Euthymol Tooth
Paste. 2 tubes for.
25c Rubifoam, tooth 1 O.
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10c Physicians and Sur
geons Soap, cake
10c California Medi
. cated Soap, cake
10c Jergen's Violet '7
fllvrnritm Knur, mice . . . . I w
25c Beecham s Pills
reduced to. box
50c Lapactic Pills re- OQ.
duced to, box r7L-
50c Milk ot Magnesia, OP-
Phillip's brand 0JC
Sl.50-S2.50 Hair ClO
Brushes. Dure bristles
50c Hard Rubber
Main Floor, Sixth Street.
Mahogany or oak cabinet
to match 24 selections (12
10-inch d. d. records) and
1000 needles $74.50.
Payable $7 down, $7 monthly
$1-$1.50 Albums, 75c
A limited number of rec
ord Albums for 17 records.
March Columbia Records in.
Springtime Special for the Littlest Ones!
Best $4.50 Grade
The babies will be want
ing all the fresh Spring
air it is possible to give
Ihem these days! And
these good folding sulkies
are convenient as well as
Made with all-steel frame, reclining back, large foot rest and
rubber-tired wheels. They're exceptional at $3.63.
Fifth Floor. Sixth Street.
SWEAR A TAG FOR BENEFIT OF CHILDS' WELFARE FUND OF CONGRESS OF MOTHERS AND PARENT-TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION;