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THE MORNING OliEGONIAN, FRIDAY JANUARY 2G, 1917.
The Use of Comparative Prices Will Be" Absolutely Discontinued in This Store After Saturday Night
Last Day But
Last Day But One
in the Great Ciean-Up Sale
to Enjoy the Unprecedented Savings
Open the 12th of February
Pattern Dept., 2d Floor
No Phone Orders
Granted for Any of
These Special Sales
Novelty Blouses to $ 1 2.00
Of Lace, Embroidered Chiffon, Crepe de Chine,
Georgette Crepe and Voile
. .Very Special $3.98
Buy Now, for Monday They Return to Regular Prices
Never Before Were Such Garments Offered at
Less Than Half Price
Today and Tomorrow Your Last Opportunity to
Purchase at These Prices ' Fourth Floor
THE LINEN STORE
Offers Lots of Finest Imported and American Linens
Quarter to Half Off
Monday They Return to Their Regular Prices
Guaranteed Rubber Goods
Our Entire Stock Offered Today and Tomorrow
At One-Fifth Off
After That They Will Be Sold at Regular Prices
Every Yard Fancy Silks
In the Store Selling From $3.00 to $5.00 Yard
At One-Fifth Off '
Monday You Will Have to Pay the Regular Price
All French Mirrors
A Most Exceptional Collection
Panel and Oblong Shapes
At Half Price
Monday They Will Cost You Double
ALL STERLING SILVER '
Our Entire Stock on the Sixth Floor Reduced to
After This Week You Will Pay Regular Prices
40 -Inch Crepe and Lining Chiffon
That Sells Regularly to $1.25 Yard
Very Special 59c
Monday You Will Again Pay Regular
Novelty Laces to $7.00 Yard
Net Tops, Malines, Chantilly and Novelty Weaves
. Very Special $ 1 .49
Monday You Will Again Pay Regular for Them
Georgette Crepe and Novelty Materials
Regular $2.00, $2.75 and $3.00 Yard .
. Very Special $1 .59
-For today and tomorrow only. Monday they go back to regular.
Selling to $ 6.S5 for $2.50 Selling to $10.50 for $4.00
Selling to $13.95 for $5.00 Selling to $18.50 for $7.50
Selling to $25.00 for $10.00
Prices Less Than Half
-Monday you will pay more for them.
Merchandise cffcJ Merit Only
Crepe Meteor and Satin Charmeuse
40 Inches Wide, Regular $2.50, Worth $3.00 Today
Friday Only $1.49
After That You Will Have to Pay Regular Price
A Most Remarkable Sale of d pen-Stock Patterns
Exactly Half Price
Monday It Will Cost You Double
- r :K Sixth Floor
Every Framed Picture
The Most Complete Collection of Foreign and
AT HALF PRICE
Monday They Will Again Be Sold at Regular Prices ,
' Silk, Velvet and Beaded Bags
In the Newest Shapes, Beautiful Colorings, Silk Lined
- At Half Price
Monday they will'cost you double. First Floor
All Our Cut Glass
The Finest Qualities From the Most Renowned Makers
Now Half Price
Monday it will cost you double. Sixth Floor
House Dresses to $2.25
A Great Clean-Up of the Most Becoming Styles
Very Special $1.49
Monday you will again pay regular for them. Fourth Floor
$1.25 to $1.75 Klosfit Petticoats
Extra Quality Percaline Twill and Sateen
Very Special $ 1 .00
-Monday they again go back to regular prices.
65 c Stamped Made -Up Gowns
Sixes 15, 16 and 17 Of Fine Nainsook Kimono Style
Very Special 49c
After tomorrow they return to their regular price. Fifth Floor
From the House furnishing Store
All Lace and Scrim Curtains, One-Fifth Off
Selling From $1.50 to $15.00 Pair
All Odd Pairs of Lace Curtains, Half Price
83c Colonial Rag Rugs for 59c
Sample Line Brass Beds, Half Price
Slightly Soiled Wool Blankets, One-Fifth Off
50c Cretonnes and Art Chintz, 28c
Last Day to Buy Whittall's Rugs
In Drop Patterns at Exceptional Reductions
27c to 35c Scrims and Marquisette, 15c
After Tomorrow They Return to Regular Prices
' Fifth Floor
Gift Novelties From the Sixth Floor
Wedding gifts, dinner and party favors, household
Ornaments and Imported Novelties of All Kinds '
At Half and Less Regular Prices
All of which will be marked to their original regular prices after
tomorrow night. " v Sixth Floor
Of the Clean-Up Sale Before Inventory
LAST FRIDAY OF OUR BUSINESS YEAR
Extra Clean-Up Sales
Friday offers the greatest opportunities'ever obtained in our Economy Basement Store. Hundreds
of small lots, odds and ends, and short lengths will be Cleaned Out. Space will only permit us
to make mention of the different articles that will be found here at Ridiculously Low Prices.
Come early be here with the opening of the store for the lots will be, in most instances, limited,
and the early shopper always secures, in an event of this kind, the best bargains.
To $2.00 Men s Shirts, 48c
Fine madras and percale, some slightly
soiled, from showing and window display.
Crash'Toweling, 9c Yard ,
Less than wholesale. Heavy quality.
22c Huck Towels, $1.00 Dozen
Size 19x38 inches. Limit 4 dozen to a
customer. White or borders.
Cotton Batts, 39c Each
Enough in each batt to make full size
Longcloth, 85c Bolt
10-yard pieces, 36 - inches wide- Fine
quality. ,- ,
Standard Percales, 9c Yard
Short lengths, 1 to 10 yards. Good as
sortment. 56 Curtain Stretchers, 73c
Regular S1.25. For full size curtains.
$ 1 .50 Umbrella Stands, 87c
Just 20 stands in oak finish. -
English Breakfast Tables, $1.39 '
Regular $2.50 folding tables. Only 10 in
the lot, at $1.39 each. ,
15c Curtain Scrims, 10c
White, cream and ecru colors.
1 9c Cretonnes, 1 2 j2C Yard
Good assortment patterns and colors.
40-Inch Crepe de Chine, 98c
All silk, in black, navy, delft, Copen, old
rose, reseda, light blue, silver, lavender,
$1.35 Snowflake Suiting, 98c
40 inches wide, navy, black, myrtle. Very
fashionable for Spring and Summer.
Veiling Remnants, 15c
Yard lengths. Black, brown, white, navy.
25c to 50c Neckwear, 5c
Odds and ends women's collars, sets, etc
25c Net Guimpes, 1 0c
High and low neck styles.
Dress Goods Clean-Up 49c
Hundreds of yards in checks, stripes and
mixed effects of all kinds.
12 Corsets at 25c
In size 18 only. Broken lines.
Corset Waists, 79c
Clean-up button and clasp styles. For
women, girls good for bathing.
Silk Fiber Hosiery, 29c
Or 4 pairs for $1. Black or white fiber
boot, extra spliced heels and toes.
WomenVStockings, 1 1c
Black cotton, fleeced lined.
Children's Stockings, 15c
Black, white, fine ribbed. Also infants
cashmerette, pink or blue toes and heels.
1 1 Girls Dresses, $ 1 .98
Sizes 6 to 14 years. Serges and checks.
8 Girls t)resses, 50c
Black and white checks, 2 and 3-year sizes
Crepe Night Gowns, 39c
Two styles, band or dot trimming. For
Coverall Aprons, 39c ,
Light percales, full size and length.
6c Percale, Gingham Dust Cops, 4c
Women's House Sacques, 49c
Sellinsr to 89c. Flannelette, crepe and
i eiderdown. '
59c Dressing Sacques, 19c
Size 36 only, in white lawns.
Men's Corduroy Pants, $2.45
Less than wholesale cost, heavy weight,
full size. Limited number for clean-up.
Men's Overalls, 89c
139 pairs only, 36, 38, 40, 42 izes, jn
blue with white stripes. Extraordinary
To $1.25 Men's Underwear, 39c
Odds and ends shirtsand drawers, natu
ral gray merino and fleeced cotton.
Velvet Shapes and
Trimmed Velvet Hats. . .
Final clean-up of a limited number
practical styles and good qualities.
50 Boys Suits, $2.98
All with two pairs pants. Wool mi
tures, in broken lines and sizes.
School Trousers, 75c
Gray, brown, mixtures, ' full
lined. All sizes 6 to 17 years.
To $3.00 Boys' Hats, 10c.
Broken lines in mixtures, plushes, felts,
25 Boys' Overcoats, $3.65
Sizes 2v4 to 9 years. Clean-up
tures and overplaids, latest styles.
Silk Top Union Suits, 79c
Envelope style, silk lisle bodies, silk tops.
All white, or pink and white, for women.
Knit Corset Covers, 25c
. Black, white, in small sizes.
Children's Underwear, 19c
Broken lines wool mixed black tights,
gray fleeced shirts and pantalettes.
To l5n Child's Und crwpar.
Root's Tivoli gray wool drawers and pan- g
Women's Knit Drawers, 15c
Small sizes only, pure white cotton.
Children's Drawers, 9c
Sizes 2 to 12 years.
Corset Covers 15c, 29c
Lace and embroidery trimmed.
To 65c Percale Sacques, 29c
Sizes 36 to 46. Splendid quality.
House Dresses, Kimonos, 75c
Regular to $1.25. Long flannelette ki
monos, crepe kimonos, percale, gingham
Flannelette Gowns, 50c
Slip-over style, pink or blue stripes.
Child's Flannelette Gowns, 35c
Sizes 2 and 4 only.
Clean-Up Middy Blouses, 25c
Clean-Up Child s Rompers, 23c
Clean-Up Bloomer Dresses', 45c
Sizes 2 to 6 years. Every dress with
To 75c Pullman and Dust Caps, 9c
Faille silk and poplin. All colors.
Child's Outing Sleepers, 33c
Sizes 2 to 6 years. Drop seat and feet.
Wool Shawls, 1 5c and 25c
Regular 30c and 50c. Red, black, pink.
Gowns, Combinations, Envelopes,
Drawers, Corset Covers, a r
Monday prices go back to regular on these
fine garments of longcloth, well made.
Remnants! Remnants! From All Over the Store, Greatly Reduced, in Basement
PHYSICIAN ANSWERS SUIT
Dr. Holcomb Says He Signed Com
mitment Only as Official.
Tn his atiFwfr to the 110.000 damage
suit ol .Winnie Springer, brought
against officials of the State Insane
Asylum and relatives. Dr. Curtis Hol
comb, one of the examining physicians
who ordered the commitment of the
woman, asks that he be released from
responsibility and awarded his costs in
the action. He admits signing the
commitment order to the asylum with
r. landlord, "Whiting, but aid that
he merely acted in an official capacity.
Mrs. Springer alleges she was wrong
fully incarcerated. The record against
her was expunged by County Judge
Tazweli early this month.
Senate Passes Leprosarium Bill.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 26. A. bill ap
propriating $250,000 for a National
sanitarium for lepers, already passed
by the House, was passed by the Sen
ate today. The institution is to- be
administered by the public health serv
ice and officers engaged tn the work
will be given pay and a half.
Read The bregoni&a classified ada.
PARK BIDS T0 BE ASKED
Proposals to Be Made for" Music,
Supplies aid Concessions.
Preparatory to the opening of the
1917 park, aad playground season bids
are to be asked for the furnishing of
music playground supplies and for
park concessions. An ordinance au
thorizing bids will be submitted to the
Council this morning.
Concessions will be given In the
parks to the highest bidders. Band
leaders will submit bids on furnishing
concerts during the Summer months.
Specifications for a supply of pipe tnl
fittings have been filed with the mu
nicipal purchasing bureau.
Dr. Conrado Granell, of Spain, has
recently been calling public attention
to his experiments in obtaining a po
tassium compound from sea water. Ha
calls his compound "marine kainit."