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83 TnE MORNING OREGOyiAJf, TIITTItSDAY. JANUARY 11, 1917. " '
kLENGTnEN THE LIFE OF YOUR SHOES EXPERT CLEANING AND DYEING AT LOWEST PRICES SHOE fell IN IN G PARLOR, BASEMENT BALCONY
THE STORE THAT ALWAYS LESSENS THE HIGH COST OF LIVING t
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20c Yard Cretonnes
Special Today at 15c
One large table of good cretonnes in many dif
ferent colors and patterns. Floral and foliage
designs. The best regular 20c grades, special at,
yard 15c. Plan new hangings now. 7th Floor.
Madame Chundelah's classes in knitting and
crocheting sweaters, etc, continue 2 to 5 daily
special classes 10 to 12. Miss Bode's class in
filet lace making 10 to 12 and 1 to 6. Miss Pear
son's classes in bag and shade making, 10 to 12
and 1 to 6. Second Floor.
.The- Quality' Sto Re of- Portland
Boys' $5.00 Overcoats Special $2.95
A big special sale of boys' fine overcoats, made of good chinchilla, fancy cheviots and tweeds. These
are in plain gray, brown, blue and a number of mixtures in other shades. e
Made in the popular pinch-back, half and full-belt styles. There's a coat here for every boy
All sizes are included from 2 to 8 years in these special values today at $2.95.
Boys' Clothing Shop. Third Floor.
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The White Sale of 1917 and Our Annual Sale of Remnants and
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HUDSON SEAL, MOLESKIN, BLACK, WHITE or TAUPE
FOX SETS Special at $38.25, $59.00, $67.50, $88.50,
NUTRIA MUFFS Special at $8.45, $13.50 and $15.75. .
BEAVER MUFFS Special at $20.25 and $24.75.
BEAVER SCARFS Special at $13.50, $24.75, $31.50.
GRAY FOX or OPOSSUM MUFFS Special at $9 to $15.75.
RED FOX ANIMAL SCARF--Special at $13.50.
RED FOX MUFFS Special at $11.25 and $17.55.
BROWN CONEY SETS Special at $10.80. $12.60, $15.30 to
$19.50. Fur Shop, Fourth Floor
These famous blouses are sold in
Portland only at this store. In style,
workmanship, fit and finish they
greatly excel other blouses that sell
at the same low figure and they are
superior to many sold elsewhere at
considerably higher prices. There is
far more actual worth in Welworth
blouses than the price two dollars
Blouse Shop, Fourth Floor
Women's Good Hosiery
3 PAIRS 25c
HOSE FOR 70
Women's seamless black cotton
hose, made with double garter
welts and reinforced feet. Black
only. Sizes 8 to 10.
3 PAIRS 33c
HOSE FOR 90d
W o m e n's outsize, rib top,
fleeced cotton hose. A good,
warm, comfortable weight of Bur
LISLE HOSE, 60
An excellent hose, made with
wide double-, garter welt, high
spliced heel and reinforced sole
and toe. With lavender tops.
BOOT HOSE, 60d
Black, white and a good assort
ment of colors in women's silk
boot hose. Splendid wearing qual
ity 60c. '
Hosiery Shop. Main Floor
Thousands of Yards Finest Qualities for This White Sale of
New Embroideries and Laces
The popularity of laces and embroideries is at its height undermuslins of every sort show
frills and flounces of frilly, frothy trimming; blouses have dainty touches of lace and whole
graduation frocks and party dresses are made of wide flouncing. We have some of the most
attractive reductions for you in this sale crisp, dainty, fresh laces and embroideries at
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t0c-75c HAND-LOOM OPC
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Matched sets of St. Gall hand
loom embroidery for fine under
muslins. Edges and insertions 1
to 9 inches wide in pretty designs.
40c SWISS AND VENISE Opr.-
9-inch Swiss edges with fine filet
and Venise finish, especially dainty
for neckwear. Special in this sale
at, yard, 2c
40c SWISS AND CAM- OCC
BRIC SKIRTING, YARD...OC
12-inch cambric and Swiss skirt
ings. Special, yard, 25c.
8c-12c EDGES AND INSER
TIONS, THE YARD
Edges, insertions, bead-top em
broideries and beadings. in widths
from 1 to 6 inches. Really wonder
ful values at, yard," Ec.
15c-20c CAMBRIC EM- - fk'
BROIDERIES, YARD -LUC
Swiss, nainsook and heavy cam
bric edges, 3 to 6 inches wide; also
cambric flouncing 7 to 10 inches.
Special, yard, 10c
65c AND 75c LAWN Afn
FLOUNCINGS, YARD VC
25-inch lawn flouncing with dain
ty Venise and filet edges; pretty
for infants' wear. Special, yard,
Lace and Embroidery Shop. Main Floor.
Great Stocks New Undermuslins
Now is the time to supply undermuslin needs. This sale brings excellent garments to you
at savings not to be disregarded. The usual high MEIER & FRANK quality is to be found
in all the undermuslins on sale at these radical reductions. To illustrate the real savings
we are listing undermuslins at these two very low prices:
Corset Covers. Envelope Chemise and
Drawers all made of good materials and
daintily trimmed with lace, organdie em
broidery and ribbon-run beadings. All
sizes at 59c
fetticoats, Envelope Chemise, Gowns
and Corset Covers of soft, sheer cambric,
daintily lace edged, embroidery trimmed
and ribbon .run. Excellent values at 79c
Undermuslin Shop, Third Floor.
Our Great Annual January
Sale ,of Furniture
Brings You Helpful Savings
on Many Suites and Separate '
Pieces of Good Furniture for
. Every Room in the House.
EASY TERMS OF PAYMENT
ARRANGED IF DESIRED
Furniture Shop, Eighth Floor.
Odds and Ends Will Bring Many Thousands to This Store Today J
1 1 ALL OUR RELIABLE I p- Annual C i n f
f FURS ARE REDUCED IWflJl WV? f? mSw January Sale Urugs, htc. J
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S Every piece of fur in our stocks is guaranteed to V, ('ALlLj 1 U f Ufii Wifep hi fW 1 1 J I f d r' special at LiC "dto I.IOC j
f be exactly as represented to yOU. Here yOU Will find I W . rrUagSa' y 50c Peb&o Tooth Paste, OH 25c Pears' Glycerine Soap, in S
5 aU the newest and most artistically designed muffs, I ' - ' ?tv'Y:':' 8pecial at lC 5
t JlA, Prfc.es; ?ee Thousands of Yards Finest Qualities tor This White Sale nf J.f.lSc ...s!?f:5c $
boc bloan s Liniment, re- Q Q
duced to... OOC
$1.00 Bliss Native Herbs f
Tablets at OifC
$1.00 Tyree's Antiseptic ?n
Powder for. .OiJ C
50c Harlem Oil Capsules 00
special at OOC
50c La Blache Face Pow- QQrt
der, special at 0C
$1.25 Hughes' Ideal. Hair Brush;
tripie rrisue and cushion
$1 Newbro's Herpicide re
duced to only.,
25c Sanitol Shampoo, spe
cial at only
50c Veda Rose Rouge, spe
cial at only
75c Cretonne Rubberized
Pullman Aprons at ,
50c Java Rice Face Pow
der at only
25c Piping Rock Face - f
Powder special at -LUC
Main Floor. Sixth Street
MEN! All Our $1.50
wfilTE DRESS SHIRTS EXCEPTED
In addition to our entire regular stocks of staple
Meier & Frank $1.50 shirts we include in this great
sale 100 dozen spick and span new shirts just re
ceived by express. Soft and laundered cuff styles
in such excellent materials as woven and corded
madras, fancy Oxford cloths, novelty weaves, etc.
Every new pattern you can think of, embracing a
most satisfying selection of wide and narrow striped
effects. All sizes in these $1.50 shirts on sale today
at $1.15. Men's Furnishings Shop, Main Floor
TWO OF THE MANY
EXCELLENT SPECIALS IN
OUR RUG SHOP
Large assortment of patterns and
colors in all the new shades of tan,
rose, blue and brown. Seamless or
Size 9x12. Extra heavy aualitv
that wears exceptionally well. Good
assortment of patterns in all the new
shades. Special $62.50.
Rugr Shop. Seventh Floor.
EXTRA SPECIAL Sale
Both the popular plaid and plain
colors in navy, black and brown are
to be found in this sale. Some are
plain, others pleated. Smartly fin
ished with high girdle or narrow
belts. A good extra special value
Thursday at $4.85.
SPECIAL Final Clearaway of
Net and Light Crepe de Chine
Party Frocks at S5.98.
Apparel Shop. Fourth Floor
Today's Grocery Specials
Co-operating with the Parent-Teacher Association in
their efforts to reduce living costs we offer today very
special prices on whole wheat flour and prunes, foodstuffs
especially recommended by the Association Council.
Whole Wheat Flour. Fischer's, 9-lb. sacks 43
Whole Wheat Flour, Albers or Golden Rod, two of the
very best, 49-lb. sacks S2.10.
New Italian Prunes, large size, our regular 12ic grade,
5-lb. package 47 ; 2-lb. package 19.
Noodles, Mueller's, one of the best
Eastern makes, 3 pack- O
Coffee, M. & F. Special Blend,
equal to most of the 40c and 45c
advertised coffees, freshly O Q
Alaska Salmon, fancy red, No. M
size cans. doz. S1.60. can 14c: No.
1 tall cans, doz. $1.95, 1171
san i 2C
Salmon, medium red, doz. -j A
$1.60, large cans. J-fxC
Olives, Curtis, ripe, good size, fine
meaty fruit, small cans, 3 Q
for 25c, can iU
Sliced Pineapple, Griffon brand,
thick slices put up in extra heavy
syrup, dozen $2.10, large 1Q
cans. -Li C
California Peaches, halves or
sliced, dozen $1.60, large " A
California Apricots, dozen
$1.60, large cans..
Ninth Floor. Fifth Street.
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CASHIER TRIALS DENIED
FEDERAL APPELLATE COtRT RE-
FUSES REHEARING OF CASES.
tfndse Bean Affirmed In Sentences
for MUue of Mails ta Milllon
j. - Dollar Fraud Scheme.
-Word was received yesterday, from
San Francisco that the Federal Appel
late Court had refused to grant new
trials to the defendants in the United
Oashier case, and now only & pardon
trom President Wilson will keep them
from serving: their sentences.
Frank Menefee, president; Oscar
Campbell, vice-president; B. F. Bonne
well, H. M. Todd and Frank LeMonn
were all found guilty in Federal Judge
Bean's court In the Summer of 1916
for using: the mails to defraud in disposing-
of more than $1,000,000 worth
trt stock in the cashier companyi Sen
tence was passed October 25, 1915.
Mr. Menefee was sentenced to
one year's imprisonment at McNeil's
Island; Oscar Campbell. H. M. Todd and
Frank Bonnewell each being sentenced
to serve four months.' These men fur-
nlshed bonrin o-njt - .
Lth 7.;:, . ""ira me case.
Appellate Court sustained Judge
. men niea petitions for
dentel KS' aDd thl" tho court h
tlev? Mana8rer Le Monn did not ap
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Policeman Morris, Answering Ar
rest Call, Skids; Bone Broken.
A motorcycle ridden by Patrolman
Morris on an emergency call to St.
Vincent's Hospital last night, skidded
on wet pavement at King and Wash
ington streets, and threw the police
man, breaking a bone in his left hand.
Motorcycle Patrolman Tully and Mor
ris had been summoned to the hospital
to arrest Theodore Schallberger. a
farmer, on a charge of driving an au
tomobile while Intoxicated. Schallber
ger had gone there to visit a sick
friend and the police received a com
plaint that he had driven over a side
walk and collided with a woman
pedestrian. The woman was not in
jured. O. E. Shepard, a farmer who
was riding in the automobile, was held
on a charge of. drunkenness.
WAR LOAN CAMPAIGN ON
SWEEPIXG CAWA5S IS TO BE
MADE IX GREAT BRITAIN.
Effort Is to Be Made to Attract Every
Available Penny and Shilling;
With a Per Cent Interest.
LONDON, Jan. 10. Although the for
mal terms of the new British war
loan will not be made pubHc until
Friday, a nation-wide campaign for
subscriptions will be launched at a
men's meeting In the London Guild
Hall tomorrow. Premier Lloyd George
and Andrew Bonar Law and Reginald
McKenna, the present and former
Chancellors of the Exchequer, will be
the chief speakers.
At this meeting will begin a sweep
ing canvass carefully organized with
the aim of getting all available
pence, shillings and. pounds from every
nook and corner of Great Britain and
Ireland for the new "Victory Loan."
The war savings committee which
has been in existence for more than
a year, with its 900 sub-committees
and 17,000 local associations, will be
the principal agency to appeal to the
The bonds will yield a shade more
man a per cent or 4 per cent free of
Payments of subscriptions will be
stretched In easy installments over a
period of several months, while the
banks have agreed to lend practically
to the par value of the new. securities
during the period of the war. The
amount of the loan will be unlimited.
DIVORCEE RETURNS PERMIT
Wedding" Is Postponed Because of
Error in Counting From Decree.
, w u.u. jv, fops.
clal.) Mrs. Etta Carden. of Oregon
City. Or., came to Vancouver and ob-
minea a license 10 marry Ernest De
shiery. but they later returned and
asked that the license be canceled, as
the bride-to-be had not hun iiivi.j
six months. Mrs Mnrthn ra . i
woman's mother, had taken oath that
ner aaugnter had been. She sard she
had not figured correctly.
The fee was refunded and the license
canceled. Both will wait until the le
gal time has passed, when they will
return and sret a new license to marry.
TEUTON'S FOOD AMPLE
CAPTURE OF ROUMANIAN GRAIN
SOLVES AUSTRIAN PROBLEM.
local difficulties. Herr von Batocki as
serted he considered the situation in
hostile countries to be in many cases
worse than within the central empires
Ryad The Oregonlan classified ads.
Genua Official Says Sltamtton la
Some Enemy Ceaatrlea Worse
Than la Central Empires.
AMSTERDAM, via London. Jan. 10.
The food situation In Germany, Austria
and Hungary was summed us as fol
lows by Adolph von Batocki, bead of
the German food regulation board in
an Interview with Swedish journalists
as quoted Is a dlratea from Bsrlia:
"While there never has been anr
question of food difficulties in Hun
gary, Austria s grain harvest possibly
was not auft. mi f f lel.nt t n 1 a .....ji
the new harvest, and Germany contem
plated delivery of some hundred thou
sands of tons of grain to Austria. But
now Austria's share of the Roumanian
supplies enables her to dispense with
the contributions from Germany."
While saying there had been some
On the wise mother's shopping list:
For The Teeth
Powd e r Crea m
Send 2e stamp today for generous sample of either
Dr. Lyon's Perfect Tooth Powder or Dental Cream.
L W. Lyon V Sons, Ine, o W. 27th St, N. Y. Cite