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About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View Entire Issue (April 8, 1900)
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THE SUNDAY OKEGONIAN, PORTLAND", APRIL' 8, 1900.
SPECIAL EASTER-WEEK ATTRACTIONS
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Waiting for Easter
Dress Goods Bargains?
HERE THEY ARE
C SPECIAL 1300 yards New
Spring Plaids, SOc and 60c
C SPECIAL 800 yards New
Zlbeltne and Cheviot Plaids
(swell designs and color
Ings), 85c and $1 values.
C SPECIAL 500 yards Zlbe-
llne Cheviots, In all new
tints, 52 Inchas wide, value
C SPECIAL 600 yards Knlck-
erbocker Checks and Mixed
Bouretle Suitings, 32 Ins.
wide. In graysi tans, cadets,
etc, value $1.25.
Our Cloak and Suit Department never presented so complete a collec
tion of styles as today. The display of Tailor-made Suits embraces every
effect called for by this season's styles. Efon Suits predominate more largely
than in any past season. Fly Front and Double Breasted Box Coat Suits are
also to be found here. The Flare Skirt in several Variations has become a
quick favorite. e are showing them made with double and single box plaits.
as well as the triple Inverted plaited back. A few descriptions follow, but
youishould see the whole showing if for nothing more than the pleasure of It
Prices begln.at $10.00, range to $150.00
Fancy Eton Suits
Of fine all-trool homespun In light and
dark pray, entire Jacket strapped and
stitched, with wide bands of gray taf
feta, ellk, and lined with came silk. The
skirt Is made In newest shape "flare,"
Is strapped with stitched bands of taf
feta silk, and lined with percallne.
Tailor-Made Eton Suits
Of fine Imported Venetian cloth. In tan,
gray and brown. The Eton Is made In
newest shape, 10-button double-breast-Ed
front: Is nicely stitched and lined
with taffeta silk; the skirt Is made
with box-plaited, back. Is tailor stitched
and lined with percallne.
Novelty Eton Suits
Of fine all-wool cheviot. In black and
navy. The Eton is made with large
square revere, faced with taffeta silk,
is strapped with band of taffeta and
stitched, and has a sash of silk. The
skirt is made with new "flaro": is
trimmed with stitched bands of taffe
ta silk and lined with finest percallne.
IUr 1 flfc- ' ll
Flannel Shirt Waists
In cream, light blue, lavender and red;
also of fancy figured flannels, at
$3.75, $4 and $4.50
Ladles' Petticoats of fancy figured
Imported mercerized siteen, made In
new umbrella shape, and trimmed with
Ladles' Petticoat of Imported metallic
striped mercerized sateen in a variety
of fancy patterns, made with deep
flounce and corded ruffles.
Ladles' Petticoats of fancy figured
SUcoL made in newest umbrella shape.
with one deep ruffle and clusters of
coming aoore ruuie.
New at the Book Counter
Resurrection. Br Count
Tolstoi $1.50 $1.15
The Awakening. (A differ
ent translation of the
same.) $1.03 T9o
Ivan of the Sword Hand,
Br S. R. Crocket J1.C0 11.15
Captain Dieppe. By An
thony Hope EOc 39C
The Scarlet 'Woman. By
JoscDh Hocking. Jl.a Sjc
Briton and Boers. Both
Sides of the South Afri
can Question. Tilth map.
roth thousand- Patter .... 23c
British and Dutch In South
Africa. (A paper by Jos.
H. Stark.) to
An attractive line of Easter Books
In white and silver; regular, COc; our
pedal price, lfc
A Mammoth Picture Sale
At regular prices they are less than
others ask. far lees, for have you not
seen the identical elsewhere at higher
cost? Artistically framed pictures for
the parlor, library, dining-room, sitting-room,
Read the Prices
And form the highest opinion you care
to about values.
They will fully meet your
At Jl-5 Our stock of framed etch
ings, different styles of mourdlngs; for
mer price, J2JS.
At n.S9 our stock of framed pastels
and etchings; an assortment to select
from; former prises, J3.KL
At 4Sc ICO carbon photographs; a
grand assortment of subjects.
At 12c, 23c. SSc and 75c A sale of our
entire stock of glass medallions; a
very appropriate Easter clft; former
prices, 25c, 0c, 73c and tXSZ.
500) new gilt photograph frames, with
glass and mat; special. S9c.
At 63c Our stock of framed etchings,
in an assortment of subjects; former
At SSc Our stock of framed etchings
and water-colo'-s: a big assortment;
former price. 11.50.
See the Fourth st. window display
The line of Suits offered for this special
Easter Week Sale consists of the latest
styles In Eton. Fly-front, Reefer and
Tight-flttlng, effects. The materials are
Covert Cloth, Venetian Cloth, Homespuns
and Cheviots. The colors are black, blue,
brown, tan and Oxford, medium and light
grays. Surely an sassortment to suit all
tastes, and the values are all of the best.
We have juit received
superb new lines of
Pattern Suits, Silk,
Flannel and Cotton Waists
and White Dresses
For hd.u, misses and
Carriages and Go-Carts
Are equipped frith patent hub fast
eners, frnaranteed to lie the safest
nnd best appliance for holding
vrheels In place t the patent loot
bralce, eaalest io work; half-lndh
rubber cushion tires, the best wear
ing In the market; handle-braces,
cross reaches, and all that tori to
make np the best Baby Vehicles
mannfactnred. We are showlnj? over
GO styles of this celebrated make.
In Our Clothing
Tou will always And excellent values
and reliable goods. The great care exer
cised In the selection of our stocks makes
It possible for us to give absolute guaran
tees as to make, material, style, fit, finish
and value. .
Elaborate preparations have been made for the Easter week trade in our Mil
linery Department, The ladles of this city are competent critics, and we hare
faithfully and hopefully endeavored to merit their approval. "We know comparisons
will be made, and we are anxious that they should be, knowing that the final verdict
will be that
Our Millinery Stock Is the FINEST In the City
It leads In style. In variety and in the magnificent values offered.
pleated stock collars: each
Fancy Corded-and OI
ladles' Pocketbooks and Coin J
.rurses. assorted leathers Z.IC
and colors; each -"
Ladies' Muslin Nightgowns.
hemstitched tucked yoke
and ruffled neck and
Children's White Drenres,
handsomely trimmed, as
sorted styles; each
Boys' Knife, two blades and IOA
chain attachment , ,
"Wire Card Racks, for photos, jT
cards, etc.. 17x30 Inches; IOC
Toilet Paper, pure tissue. 1000 A
sheet rolls; per roll Jt
IP? W 1 'Of
As an Easter-Week Special
Men's all-wool Peasedale
black worsted Suits
at $10.00 a suit
A suit value that needs only to be seen
to bo appreciated.
"We are also showing new lines of
Men's All-Wool Blue Sergo
sacks, aouDie - Dreastea,
plain or silk-faced; a suit..
Men's Stylish Spring Top
Are the best known, the best wearing,
and the best made gloves In the market
today. We ore the Portland agents for
this make, and carry them In all the new
est shades and combinations, at
$1.50 to $2.50 a pair
Tambour Point Curtains
The latest Dainty, neat, graceful and
inexpensive, selling rapidly In London,
Paris and New York. Ask to see them
in our Curtain Department.
Children's Fancy Lawn Hats, f Q
lace and embroidery trim- VOC
med; regular, JL3; each.... 7
len's All-Wool Worsted f O T t
Suits, with double-breasted J)l J. JtJ
Vests; a suit y""-'
Men's Crush Hats
White, steel gray, tan and black.
$1.00 and $1.50 each
Latest styles in Men's Fedora
Royal Wilton Rugs
8 1-4x10 1-2 feet, each 90.50
0x12 feet, each $31.80
Silk Floss Pillows
20x20 inches, each
22x22 Inches, each
24x2-4 Inches, each........
At Our Book Counter
Billy Baxter's Letters. By W
J. Kountz .'......-. Toe
Phantom Future. (Paper.) 'By
Merrlman .t. ..,....v. ...... 59c
Moody's Sermons !5c
Golf. G. G. Smith 75c
Love Lyrics. Riley....... 11.3
Full line of Easter Cards, Booklets and
Bibles. Testaments, Prayer Books and
Full line of Chas. M. Sheldon's books.
Men's- Stiff Hats,
Just received, a swell line of exclusive
patterns In Men s Neckwear.
50c to $1.50
Fancy Starched Shirts
Latest patterns, each
$1.00, $1.50 and $2.50
Young Men's Suits
All the latest styles, single and double
breasted; sizes, 14 to 19 years; a suit,
$7.50 to $15.00
Specials for Boys
Boys' Washable Suits, sizes Aln
s; a suit uJs
3 to 10 years;
BoyS Vcstfee' Suits, neat gray tO 1C
mixtures, 3 to S years $AO
Boys' All-Wool 2-pIec? Suits.
gray checks and mixtures,
S to 15 years; a suit
MEIER 5t FRKNK COMPANY
Easter colors, Easter elegance, The store tells of Easter everywhere. Full of the vigor of the new
season; more than ever alert to meet your expectations. Hundreds of spring suits for men. Hun
dreds of spring suits for boys, large and small. Quantity enough to meet any call for any size or any
shape; variety enough to satisfy any color taste no matter how lurid or how somber.
Can resist this temptation for buying th
boy new clothes now. The variety and
values we have created make buying im
perative. Vestee and Sailor Suits
Sizes 3 to 9 years, exclusive in style, made
of hlgh-grado material, elaborately fin
ished, $2.50 to $10.00
Sizes 8 to IS years, of. new Spring fabrics,
double-breasted co?ts. pants with double
scat and knees, strictly rip-proof,
$2.35 to $10.00
Boys' Fancy Vests
Sizes 5 to 14 years, separate vests, mads
Just like a man's. In bright figures and
$1.50 to $3.00
Spalding Catcher's MIt, Mask or a Ball
and Bat With Each Boy's Suit.
The most beautiful collec
tion of silks, colorings and
original shades we have
ever shown many of the color combinations
are extremely novel, all the shapes are repre
sentedImperials, English Squares, Four-in-Hands,
Bat Wings and Bows.
Fedoras in pearl.gray.black
and a variety of browns; all
the new spring shades and
blocks in Derbys. Our Hat Department Is
practically a complete hat store in itself, of-'
fering to our customers the advantages of
the newest shapes in first-class qualities, con
siderably under regular halters' prices.
WHEN YOU SEE IT IN OUR AD. ITS SO.
M0YER CLOTHING CO.
BEN SELLING, Manager COR. THIRD AND OAK STREETS
SAMPLES... ZINC ETCHING
and Prices upoa
'SSu&SsxST axe made by to5 Pi
ncers ot the pneumatic
tireindustfy. The Dun
lop Detachable Tire is
the embodiment of the
widest experience, the
best skill, and the re
sults of innumerable experiments.
It Is knQwn and told all orer the world and furnished
on their wheels by every prominent bicycle manulac.
tnrer. If you are well posted you will Insist on Dcs
lops at the same price as other tires on the better
class of wheels.
The American Dunlop Tire Co.,
Belleville, N. J. Chlcaro, III.
Dunlop Tires are made for Automobiles,
Carrlaces and Bicycles.
Distributors tor Portland:
MITCHELL. LEWIS & STAYER CO.
M EPPS'S COCOA
Delicacy of Flavor.
Superiority In Quality.
Grateful and Comforting .
to the Nervous or Dyspeptic.
Nutritive Qualities Unrivalled.
Your Grocer and Storekeeper Sell It
li Ril!-Poad Has oatr.
rrtpjrrf fcy JAMB tm i CO., UJ.
BiiMNpattlc Chemists. Unin,
i EPPS'S COCOA
$($L ' PkITic Cms! fents. Skmrf SSienm4
Spring Newness in Tailored Suits
Cur exhibition of Suits and Cloaks h complete
and represents only the best and natiirst styles.
Many are exact copies of celebrated foreign
fashions, but lack the expensiveness. Prices arc
the very lowest that can ba asked for good qual
ity and expert workmanship. The imnunse
business we are doing is ample proof of ttu
popularity and reliability of the new offerings.
" SPECIAL EASTER OFFERING
For three days only, Monday, Tuesday and Wed
nesday, we will give a bona fide discount,
10 PER CENT.
on all our Handsome Siik Waist'. As all know
the popularity of our silk waists fui!!;:r ta'k is
unnecessary. All goods are marked in plain
SPEC5AL SALE ON FURS
THE SILVERFIELD FUR MANUFACTURING CO.
LEADIXG FXltltlEItS OV T1IC WEST.
283285 Morrison Street, Portland, Oregon
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR RAW FURS
Send for Priec-Uat.
H. TV. Corbett, President.
"Win. H. Corbett, Vice-President.
James Lotan. Manapcr.
"W. T. Stephens, Secretary.
Willamette Iron & Steel Works
FOUNDERS, MACHINISTS, BOILERMAKERS
Designers and builders of Marine Engines and Boilers, Mining and
Dredging Machinery and General Mill nnd Iron Work. Flra Hydrants,
Pulleys, Shaftlag, etc Correspondence solicited.
CAWSTOM 5 COMPANY
Heating and Ventilating Contractors
Estimates Furnished on Steam and
Hot Water Heating, Dealers In En
glnes, Boilers, Machinery Supplies
48 and 50 First St, Near Pine
Idwa Seitst n4 ttit
Library Association of s Portland
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