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S. &H. Trading Stamps Given on A 11 Charge Accounts if Paid in Fidl by thelOth of Each Month
AH Other Oregon Officers Are
Fresh shipment of Georgette Crepes in
the new ombre effects just received.
Ask to see them. Priced $3.50 a yard.
The Standard Store of the Northwest
A single treatment will make you
skin several shades lighter. Appoint
ments by telephone. Treatment and for
sale in the Beauty Parlors Second Floor.
Olds, Wortman & Kin
ORPHAN AID INDORSED
Reliable Merchandise Reliable Methods
Stato-Witle lrive lor Funds to Start
Farm Project Is Outlined
TIIE MORNING OREGOXIAX, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1920.
Sirs. Mary I. Mallett of Portland
was elected president of the Oregon
Woman's Christian Temperance union
yesterday on the second day of the
37th annual state convention. Mrs.
Alallett, who succeeds Mrs. Alatt'e M.
Sleeth, has been an active worker in
the union for many years and several
years ago served as president of Mult
nomah county. ,
All the other officers were re-elect-ad.
They are: ilrs. Madge J. Meanrs
of Portland, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. a. W. Miller ot Milton, recording
ecretary; Mrs. Jane Lonaldson of
Portland, treasurer; Mrs. M. Frances
Swope, v ice -p res id en t-at-large.
Election Principal Unfine..ft.
The election of officers was the
principal business of th session yes
terday at the White Temple, the bal
loting reuirinqg several hours, since
Bo nominations were made.
Formal indorsement of the orphans
farm home was made yesterday by
the union members, who will estab
lish the farm to care for children un
der the direction of the child wel
fare commission. The plan was dis
cussed first at the convention last
year and approved by the mid-year
executive meeting in February, but
yesterday the complete plans were
presented to all the women of the
union for the first time by A. C.
Schmitt of Albany, president of the
Statc-vriile Drive Planned.
A state-wide drive to raise the
fl2.i.000 necessary to buy the farm
and start the- work will be started
about the second week in October.
The farm will be organized on the
cottage plan and the children, after
ome time there, will be placed in
homes throushort the state under a
supervised plan, favored by the child
The farm will be governed by a
board of IS directors. The three
Portland representatives on the board
arc Mrs. Mary I... Jiusaell. Mrs. Mal
lett and Mrs. "!. 1,. Buland.
The home will be strictly non-sectarian.
By unanimous vote the union
adopted resolutions yesterday pleds
Ini? support and ro-operation to the
enterprise and ursinar the citizens of
the stale to aid in carry Ins out the
Superintendents Make Reports
Mrs. M. Ij. T. Hidden presented the
boarij of 16 superintendents to the
meeting in the afternoon. Kach su
perintendent, who is chairman of. a
special committee, told of the work
a ci'onipl Islied and proposed for the
coniinK year in her department.
The n-w superintendents wilt be
letted this morning at II o'clock.
7n the afternoon tho delegates from
' the Washington stale convention will
be formally introduced and fraternal
Kreetinns Will be extended from the
Federated clubs. Mothers' congress,
Parent-Teacher association, the Antl
&aluon leasue, the prohibition party
and other organizations. The Wash
ington delegates will be guests of
h'mor at. luncheon at the First Meth
odist church today. The convention
will close tonight.
w. c. t. r. ni'Kxs mortgage
Washington Convention at Van-
onuter Brouplit to Close.
VANCOUVER. Wash.. Sept. 30.
(Spocial.) The convention proper of
the Woman's Christian Temperance
Cnion closed a three-day seasion at 5
o'clock, though all delegates remained
for the niKlu programme in the First
Mwthodist church, when the ceremony
of burning the mortgage on the White
Shield home in Tacoma was cele
brated. The mortgage was burned
amid applause. Miss Mary K. Brown,
president of the convention, of
ficiating. Ir. Kva St. ClaiF Osburn, president
Of the home board of managers, told
of the work being done by the White
Shield home in Tacoma. The old home.,
built in 1SX9, has been sold, and in
lyio a new one was built. At this
home to date this year 67 girls have
received care and 03 babies were born.
The girls receive employment and
help when they need it. This home is
financed with assistance from the
state and contributions throughout
The prize banner for the branch ob
taining the greatest number of news
paper clippings went to Kins county.
At 7:30 o'clock tonight the Van
couver orchestra gave a concert, fol
lowed by a musical programme by a
chorus of blind pupils from the Wash
ington State School for the Blind.
Superintendent Chapman gave sev
eral violin solos.
a cool, comfortable
"ITE high absorbencv of the
Sphagnum Momm filling, cou
pled with the fact that it
doesn't pack when moist,
makes of FAG-O-SAN a con
sistantty cool and comfortable
To secure this cool, non-pack
feature, simply say
I If your dta'er hasn't FAG-O-SAN.k
wiii bt happy to supply you direct i
I THE SPHAGNUM PRODUCTS CO. 1
SeUing-Hinch Bid. J
R 8 Portland, Oregon
. Uinrr-nt Kinds of l.ianiir;
4 Diff-rrnt Prices
Women's Fall Dresses
Priced $23.75 to $165.00
Friday we shall feature a special showing
of the New Fall Dresses, and cordially invite
you to visit the Garment Store and view the
new season's smartest modes. Never have we
seen trim perfection and solid economy so
well combined as in these fashionable frocks.
Such fabrics as
Serge Velour Jersey
Dresses t r all types of figures for the
stout, the average and the slender. Straight
line, draped, coat and plaited styles in many
variations. Some have large shawl collars,
fancy vest fronts and tailored cuffs. Beaded,
embroidered and braid trimmed. Navy, tan,
brown, taupe and other desirable shades for
Fall and Winter wear. $23.75 to $165.00
Bargain Circle, First Floor Women's House
Dresses and Slip-on Aprons specially priced
for today. Neat, plain styles with patch pock
ets and belts. Ginghams and percales in
stripes, plaids, checks and plain colors. Long
or snort sleeves. All sizes in the C?0 OO
sale. Extraordinary values.
New Plaid Skirts
$8.95 to S37.50
Second Floor No matter how discerning you may V
be, we are confident you will be delighted, with
this showing of the New Plaid Skirts. Large
Latest Fall Styles and Colors
browns, blues, reds, greens, etc., in many beau
tiful combinations. Accordion, knife and sidc
plaited effects also plain tailored models with
gathered backs. A'sk to see these new Skirts.
Prices range from $S.f5 on up to $37.50
Women's New Silk Petticoats
Our new Fall stock of Silk Petticoats is now in and ready for your inspec
tion. Jersey, Taffeta and Mescaline Petticoats in a great range of smart
styles with scalloped, plaited, ruffled and tailored flounces. Plain colors and
changeables. Extra values at $5.50, $0.95 and $7.98. SEE THESE!
Garment Store, Second Floor
Complete Showing of Fall Styles in
Models for all types of figures. Nemo Corsets will
not only give your figure the smooth graceful lines that
make for beauty, but they will do this in such a way as
to aid your health and assure you of perfect comfort
at the same time. Sketch shows a splendid Nemo
model for medium or full figures. Priced $5.50.
Other Nemo models at prices ranging $5 up to $10
Nemo "Justpull" Brassieres help to make the figure
more symetrical. They are adjustable to any figure
without alterations and because of the under-arm
lacing device are not affected by shrinkage. Nemo
Brassieres are made in a large number of styles rang
ing in price $1.50 to $1.00. Corset Salon, 2d Floor.
Main Floor Artamo and Bucilla
Art Needle Package Goods large
assortment of different articles
scarfs, children's dresses, aprons,
underwear, etc. 65c to $3.00 pack
ages now at 33 up to $1.50
Models y Price
Children's Stamped and Made
Dsses of sheer and heavy ma
terials ages to 10 years on sale
today at just ONE-HALF PRICE.
Many other articles suitable for
gifts on sale at HALF PRICE.
Main Floor Angora-finish Knit
Wool Scarfs in a good assortment
of colors. These have fringed
ends. Comfy shoulder wraps for
Fall and Winter wear. Q QC
Extraordinary values at H)&J
Lace Fronts v
Main Floor Lace Fronts with col
lars and cuffs to match. Net and
lace material. Also Net and Or
gandie Collars in several dainty
styles. Regular to $3.00 QP
values priced special at DAtI
Women's $15 to $18 Boots
Special $11.95 Pair
Main Floor A phenomenal underprice offering that will
brmghundreds of women to the store today. High-grade
Footwear from regular stock at savings of $3.00 to $6.00
per pair. Best makes. Up-to-date styles. All sizes in the sale.
Brown Kid Boots
Women's Laced Boots of brown and black kid.
Medium pointed toe, welted walking soles, mili
tary heels. Regular $16.50 Boots, J- "I QJT
specially priced for today's sale, at M--LJ
Black Calf Boots
Women's Buttoned Boots of black calfskin
with overlap toppings of fawn cloth. Narrow,
tipless toe, leather half Louis heels. " QCT
Regular $15.00 Boots special, pair
Dark Brown Boots
Women's Dark Brown Kid Laced
Boots with plain pointed toe, high
curved heels and cloth tops. Grover
make. Regular $16.00 Q" "I QC
Boots special, the pair 3XXJ
Black Suede Boots
Women's Black Suede Boots of fa
mous Utz & Dunn make. Medium
pointed toe, Goodyear welt soles,
military heels. All sizes. Qf "I QCC
Regular $18.00 grade, at ll.Jt)
Patent Leather Boots $11.95
Main Floor Women's Laced Boots of patent leather. Neat, dressy last with
hand-turned soles and full Louis heels. Choice of cloth or leather Qi "1 QfT
uppers. Narrow toe without tip. A standard $15.00 value; pair
$12.50 and $13.50 Oxfords
Women's Oxfords greatly reduced for today's
selling. Here is a splendid opportunity for the
woman who wears low shoes the year around to
supply her needs at a big saving. Military heeled
Oxfords of dark tan and black calfskin. Also
one style with flat heel and imitation brogue
pattern. High-class footwear of reliable makes
from our own regular stock. $12.50
ana sio.oli values special, the pair
ASK FOR YOUR STAMPS !
Great Sale of Sheeting
" Domestic Aisle, Main Floor
Main Floor Extra heavy quality Unbleached Sheeting one of our. best
makes on sale today at SPECIAL PRICES. SHOP EARLY IN THE DAY.
Unbleached Sheeting 2U 7Tn I Unbleached .Sheeting 2
yards wide special, a yard
yards wide special, a ya
.Ifi-lWh Oiitinn-s 47r VnrH
Main Floor 15C0 yards of White Outing Flannel in a rousing sale. Splendid
weight and quality for nightgowns, pajamas, skirts, etc. Don't fail A rr
to supply your needs at once! Full 36 inches wide. Special, a yard v
Second Floor Special group of Crepe
de Chine Waists underpriced for to
day. Dainty styles with vest fronts,
embroidered and tuck trimmed. High
or low necks, with or without sleeves.
Flesh or white. Exceptional QfT QQ
values in this great sale, at 0JI7O
New Crepe Waists for
Georgette Crepe and Crepe de
Chine Waists in attractive styles for
women who wear large sizes. Roll
or sqnare collars. Long " sleeves.
Crepe de Chine Waists $8.95 to
$13.95 Georgette Waists at prices
ranging from $10.00 to $45.00
Men's $5 and $6 Shirts
Main Floor No man who has regard for .
his pocket-book will neglect this great op
portunity to buy shirts. It's the best sale
we have announced for some time and when
you see what wonderful values they are
you will buy liberally. Strictly high-grade
woven Madras Shirts in assorted 6triped
patterns and good colors. Made with soft
cuffs. Regular $5.00 to $6.00 !Q OQ
grades priced special at each DOeJt
$4.00 Vassar Union Suits Now $2.35
Men's $3.50 Gloves at $1.95
Main Floor Men's "Vassar" Union
Suits in winter weight ribbed cot
ton. Long sleeve, ankle length. This
is tne well known Ouality 1307.
Regular $4.00 Union Suits
priced special, garment
Men's Auto Gauntlets at a very
low price. All-leather hand with
wrist strap and back folding cuffs.
Full range of sizes in the sale.
Regular $3.50 Gloves, on
special sale today a pair
Men's $2.50 Nightgowns $1.67
Main Floor Men's Night Gowns of
good quality flannelette in colored
stripes. Cut full and well, made.
None sold to dealers. Reg- Qt (17
ular $2.50 Night Gowns 3XU I
Special lot pf Men's Hose offered
at reduced price for today. Sev
eral shades to choose from and
ail sizes in the sale. Spe- (J-! AA
cially priced 3 pairs for 9-LVU
The New Fur
are now in and ready for your
choosing at very reasonable prices.
We show all the wanted kinds
Real Ermine, Skunk, Mole, Mouf
flon, Wolf, Squirrel, Opossum,
Nutria, Seal. Beaver, Raccoon,
French Coney and many others.
Widths from 1 to 12 inches.
Dependable gradp. Priced from
$1.05 up to $59.50 the yard.
New Fur Collars
Main Floor A fur collar gives an
added touch of smartness to any
coat. Here you may choose from
many different styles and kinds
all made from prime skins and cor
rectly shaped $19.50 to $85.00
Women's Silk Hose $1
Main Floor Women's Silk Hose with lisle rein
forced heels and toes and wide garter tops.
These are irregulars of a standard $1.75 quality.
Very slight imperfections. Specially Q" ff
priced for today's selling at the pair wltvll
Lisle Hose 69c
Women's first-quality Lisle Hose in staple
styles. Black, tmoke, brown, tan and pink. Also
Women's full-fashioned Hose in white (Qs
and balhriggan priced special, the pair
Infants' fine quality Pure Thread Silk Hose in
the popular Richelieu rib style. Shown in white
only, and in sizes from 4 up to 6M. f(
Extraordinary values at the pair P J-.Vv
.V. Vir;lffl, :it
Buy Your Heater, Here!
Ml Styles and Sizes Popular Prices
The amount of your fuel bill this winter will depend a pood
deal upon the Heater you buy. Don't take any chances with
unknown makes, but come straight to this store where you may
choose from dozens of styles and sizes in one of the world's best
makes. Our Heaters are guaranteed to give maximum amount
of heat at a minimum of fuel consumption. Inspection invited.
Prices range $27.50, $30.00 and up. Dept.. Third Floor.
All Stoves and Ranges Sold on
Easy Payment Plan
Oil Heaters Priced $7.95, $8.50 and $11.00
Guaranteed Electric Heaters at $11.00 and $12.00
Basement Sale of New Fall Hats
Wonderful Values at
A SPECIAL PURCHASE and SALE of 200
New Fall Hats that will establish a new record
for value-giving in Portland. We ' have had
notable sales heretofore in our Basement Millinery
but never such values at the price. You will wonder
how such beautiful hats could possibly be purchased
for $5.00. Dressy black hats smart embroidered
hats, soft wireless effects and section crowns. This
season's most attractive styles. Many are trimmed
with ostrich fancies and other novelties. Shop early for first choice.
Children's Fall Hats
You can always save money on Children's Hats by coming to our
Basement Store. New Fall lines now in and ready for your choosing.
Boys' Corduroy Suits
$12.50 and $13.50
Sturdy, well-made Suits that will give satisfactory
service and look well to the last. These suits are
extraordinary values at the above prices and are
shown in the very latest Norfolk styles. Dark browns
and grays the colors best adapted to school wear.
Full cut knicker pants. Ages for boys from 8 to 17
years of age. Priced at $12.50 and $13.50
Main Floor This sale is composed of odd lines in
ages 12 to IS. Splendid heavy Overcoats in belted
back styles with convertible military collars and
cloth lining. Dark grays, browns and ?" " OP
tans. Priced very special for this sale 01.x.mOt9
Main Floor Boys' School Pants of good quality
corduroy and mixtures. Serviceable dark colors for
school wear. Broken sizes, for boys from CJO " Q
8 to 18 years of age. Priced special, pair Ddl.J
Boys' Waists $1.25 to $2.50
Tree Tea is put up in
attractive package as
illustrated. Free from
dust and dirt. Ceylon
and India blend. If you
have never tried Tree
Tea, order a pound to
day. Priced special at
50 pound package.
Experienced telephone clerks at
your service, 8 A. M. to 5:45 P. M.
Telephones, Marshall 4800; A 6231.
DEL MONTE Solid Pack Toma
toes, $1.95 a dozen, $3.85 Tri
a case or 3 cans for onlv tlvlCr
priced special, 4 packages
SUN BRITE Cleanser-
priced special. 4 packages
MARC A STELLA Noo
dles special, 3 packages