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About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 26, 1905)
THE SUNDAY OBEGONIAN, PORTLAND, FEBRUARY 26, 1905.
All Merchandise Purchased on Credit, Tomorrow or Tuesday Will Go on Yonr March Account
The Meier & Frank Store's Great Purchase of
2500 Rugs at Mill Prices
500 Axminster Rugs, 36x72 inches, magnificent
Rugs in superb designs and colorings ; the great
est Rug bargain Portland "women,
ever shared in; regular $4.50 value.
The greatest Rug Deal ever consummated by any
Portland concern was put through by our carpet buyer
about two months ago The liquidation of one of the
largest and best Axminster carpet mills in the country
enabled us to buy the greater part of their entire
high-grade stock of Rugs at prices averaging less
than actual manufacturing cost This mill made
Axminster Carpets and Axminster Rugs of the best
quality and style A mill whose product has been
favorably known for over half a century The demise
of the two active heads of the business causing a shut
down and sole of the plant in order to
settle the estate We bought 2500 rugs
All new goods in the most desirable pat
terns and coloring. Details of the phenome
nal values follow. Every housewife, every
hotel and boarding-house keeper is vitally
500 Axminster Rugs, 27 inches wide, 44 to 56
inches long, Oriental and floral designs,
beautiful colorings; greatest Rug bargain
ever offered; .$2.75 value, m i y
at the low price of D I
500 Axminster Rugs, 36 inches wide, 44 to
63 inches long, Oriental and floral designs,
great variety, handsome colorings, $3.50
values, great phenomenal
values at 4SrOt
500 Axminster Rugs. 27 inches wide, 60
inches long, Oriental and floral designs,
newest colorings, immense variety to se
lect from; regular $2.7o
values at this price
500 Axminster Rugs, 18x36 inches, new designs
and colorings; best $1.25 values, QL
on sale at the low price of OOC
Great Book Bargains
Special lot of $1.50 Copyrights on sale TtQ
at the low price of
Latest edition of Webster's Unabridged e
Dictionary, great special value at. ,PJ
The above Dictionary with stand $4.00
Complete line of Henty Books, the 25c 2f
edition, on sale for, each
"Etiquette of Today," $1 edition, for 39
"Fonia Gordyseff," by Maxim Gorky 39
"Samantha at Saratoga," great special. . .39
Painting Plays for Rainy Days 29
1000 Books, formerly 50c and 75c each; good
titles, on sale at, each X6p
"Glimpses of the Trail," 6 views for 15
"Out to Old Aunt Mary's", $2 edition. .$1.40
"Tattlings of a Retired Politician," regular $1.50
edition, on sale for this low price 85
New shipment of White House Cook Books, great
value at this low price, each 79
Lewis and Clark Exposition and Oregon Souvenirs
on sale at the lowest prices.
Latest $1.50 Copyrights on sale at, copy. .$1.08
All the latest Magazines and Fashion journals.
Silver, plated Tea Sets, 3 pieces; our m r fQ
best $8.50 values, on sale for ipO.fc 7
Silver-plated Bread Trays, plain finish,' m
great special values v
Silver-plated Fern Dishes, medium EC 1C
size, best $6.50 val., on sale for tp5
Silver-plated Ash Tray and Cigar- d i i q
Holder, great special bargain at v
Napkin Rings, 50c values, each 32
Silver-plated Card Trays, best $2.25 q 9q
values, on sale for $lZr
Silver-plated Coffee Sets, 4 pieces, satin p e QP
finish, best $7.50 value, for tyJ i
Silver-plated Cake Baskets, French
gray finish, best $3 val., on sale for. . v
Silver-plated Fruit Dishes, colored dish on silver
stand, regular $5.00 value, for this C A 1 (
low price . . . : Hf 1 U
4-piece Silver-plated Tea Set, newest shape, gray
finish, regular $12.50 value, QiQ
at this low price "3
Silver-plated Soup Tureens, satin finish tf t CT
regular $7 value, on sale for y J 1
Bronze Candlesticks, 8-in., $1 value 79
35c Candle Shades on sale for 27
$8.50 Nickel Chafing Dishes for $6.74
The Meier & Frank Store
Cut Glass Low Priced
Hundreds of pieces of beautiful
Cut Glass on sale for one week
at exceptionally low prices
Weeding out all pieces that were
bought for the holiday season
Want an entirely clean stock
before Spring shipments arrive
6-inch Cut Glass Nappies or Bon
Bon Dishes, regular $3.50 values,
on sale for the low f?L
price of TpsHt
Medium size Cut Glass Spoon Trays,
regular $3.25 values,
on sale for
Cut Glass Salt and Pepper Shakers, heavy sterling silver tops,
beautiful pieces; the best bargain ever offered at
$3.50 Values at $2.69 Pair $5.00 Values at $3.98 Pair
Cut Glass Sugar and Creamer, large size, beautiful cut, y
regular $8.00 values, on sale for, pair p0
Small Cut Glass Bowls, $4.25 value, for this low price $3.33
S-inch Cut Glass Bowls, very handsome cut, our regu- q qo
lar $12.50 value, on sale for the low price of i!p P
9-inch Cut Glass Bowl, palm pattern, magnificent (l 1 q C
$15.50 piece, for this sale only at this low price. . V
8-inch Nappies, very finest cut. $16.50 value $13.20
Small Cut Glass Vases, $3.75 values, for the low price of. .$2.98
The Meier 8b Frank Store
Boys' New Wash Waists
The handsomest display of Boys'
Wash Waists Portland mothers
ever saw will be found in our Boys'
Clothing Store Second Floor
Attractive styles and serviceable
materials Make and fit superior in
every way to any ever sent us
The time to buy them is now while
the assortments are complete
Boys' White Blouse Waists in Eton and
Russian styles, 3 to 6 years, all the
75c, $ 1 .00, $ 1 .25 and $1.50 Each
Boys' Colored Blouse Waists, in Russian and Eton styles; blues,
tans, pinks and stripes ; all ages, 50, 75? and $1 each.
Boys' White Blouse Waists with sailor collar, embroidered col
lar, front and cuffs; ages 2J to 6 years; full lines at 50c', 75,
$1, $1.50, $2, $2.50.
Boys' Blouse Waists, collar attached. Ginghams. Chambrays and
Percales; blue, pink and tan stripes, also plain blues;
ages 5 to 16 years,' each
Boys' Blouses in light and medium striped Percales and
.Chambrays, with or without collar, 6 to 16 years
Boys' fine quality Blouses, plaited fronts, best colors.
Also mam' other lines which space doesn't permit listing.
Portland's Leading Cloak Store
It's Springtime in the Leading Cloak Store of the Northwest Hundreds of parcels of new
Apparel arriving by express and freight every day Never has late February found us so well
prepared to serve everyone with the newest and best in stylish Spring garments Our
energetic cloak chief has planned on a scale other stores never attempt His order copies
received to date show assortments fully double any former season That means Portland women
will choose from stocks the size of which they would expect to find in New York City If you've
garment needs to supply it's to your interest to at least look here before buying elsewhere
Women's Spring Suits in Jackets, Blouses,
Norfolks, Etons; tight-fitting effects with vests;
navy, red, brown, gray, tan, green, black and mix
tures; materials include Broadcloths, Panama
Cloths. Coverts, Tweeds, Cheviots, Etamines and
Serges; flounce or plaited skirts; immense assort
ment, every new creation: prices range from
$16.50 up to $50.00. Second Floor.
Shirtwaist Suits, our specialty. An immense
showing of new st3'les in Silk, Alpaca, Serge, Mo
hairs and mixtures; red. brown, green, fancy
checks, stripes and mixtures; all sizes. Prices
range from $10.00 to $52.
We call particular attention to our display
of Silk Shirtwaist Suits, blouse jacket effects,
skirts with panel front and flounce, shirred nov
elties, tailored creations.. By far the largest show
ing in the West. No trouble to show you.
New Cotton Shirtwaists are being shown for
the first time.
New Silk, Cotton . and Alpaca Petticoats, very
latest styles, all grades.
New styles in Black Kersey and Broadcloth
Coats for middle-aged or elderly women.
Hundreds of new Covert Jackets arriving
daily; tight-fitting and box coats, collar or collar
less, plain, fancy braid and strapped styles,; all
sizes, all grades. Prices ranging from $9.00 to
$30.00. The largest line in the city.
New line of Jap- Silk Waists, trimmed in lace,
side-plaits, large and small tucks, fancy and tailor
made, navj", white, brown and black. Prices range
from $3.25 up to $12.50 each.
New White. Lawn and Linen Waists, superb
styles, up to $35.00 each.
Children's Dresses in Linens, Piques and
Ginghams; sailor, Russian and fancy styles; em
broidery trimmed; light blue, pink, black and
white checks; also fine hand-embroidered While
Pique Dresses, $2.50 to $15.00.
Entire new line of Children's White Lawn
Dresses, $2.50 to $10.00. Second Floor.
New Walking Skirts, Tweeds, Cassimeres,
Mixtures, Etamines, Alpacas and Mohairs; large
variety of the newest styles, $7.50 tc $20.00
New Black Etamine Dress Skirts, with or
without silk drops : all prices.
Spring Clothing for Men
Our Men's Clothing Store announces an opening display
of high-grade Spring and Summer Suits for particular
p- men The aristocrats of the clothing world are here ready
for the smart dresser Stein-BIoch and Hart, Schaffner
(Sb Marx famous product in all the newest fashions and
materials Suits and Topcoats the equal of the best custom
made garments We hope eventually to make this Men's
Apparel Store of ours just as important just as popular as
the women's section, by offering America's best ready-made
Clothing in largest varieties and at the very lowest possible
prices Come tomorrow and see the new Stein-BIoch Suits
at $22 to $27.50 Stein-BIoch Topcoats $22.50 and $25
Hart, Schaffner &. Marx Suits S20 to $25 Second Floor
New Sprmg Millinery $4,50 Hats Tomorrow $2,95
Another shipment of 50 of those handsome new Spring
Hats we placed on sale a week ago and sold completely
out of in four hours Turbans, "Charlotte Cordays"
and large shapes in fancy braids, lace and chiffon Black
and the newest colorings Hats that should sell at $4.00
and $4.50 each We don't expect them to last through
the day Better come early tomorrow if
you want a beautiful new Spring Hat at
New Spring millinery display is already reaching large proportions.
Beautiful flower and foliage Hats poppies, chrysanthemums, vio
lets, bachelor buttons, in turbans, toques and novelty shapes. Magnifi
cent lace and fancy braid Hats in small and large shapes. First showing of the new Spring Phipps and
Atchinson Hats, in straw and fancv braids. Prices range all the way up to $20.00 each. New Hats
and Caps for boys and misses. New Baby Bonnets. New flowers roses, violets, etc.
2500 yards of white, cream and ecru
net top Laces and Appliques neat
designs, big variety, values up to
"White and cream net top Laces, hand
some styles, widths up to 10 inches
great special values, for a few
2000 yards of Corset Cover Embroi
deries, pretty styles, big variety
values up to 45c yard, Oft1
on sale for, yard "OC
Silks, Dress Goods
New lines of Foulard Silks, in suit
lengths no two alike.
New colored Mandarin Pongees, 27
inches wide, $1.00 yard. Beautiful
silk for waists and shirtwaist suits.
New "Rajah" Silks, $1.25 yard.
New Shirtwaist Suiting Silks at
$1.00 and $1.25 yard.
New line of Dresden Silks.
New Check Alpacas, new Pop
linette, new Challies, new mixed wool
goods, 50c to $2.50 yard.
Sole Portland agents for "Money
bak" guaranteed black Silks best
black silk made in America, $1.00 to
Sale Extraordinary of Drapery Materials Great Bargains
1 0 great lots of high-grade Drapery Materials to be cleaned up immediately All new, desirable materials in lengths from 2 rA to 1 0 yds. Tapestry,
Damasks, Silk Velours, Moires, Etc. in magnificent designs and colorings for drapery and upholstering purposes The values are extraordinary and
of great importance to every housewife Remember, please, that we do custom drapery work Artistic ideas worked out to your satisfaction
by our expert drapers at a minimum cost Third Floor Ci ca tadpctdwd qq. a vadh
$1.50 Tapestry, in floral designs, red, blue. and green
great special value for this sab at,
$3.50 TAPESTRY AT $2.43 A YARD
$3.50 Satin-faced Tapestry, light grounds, such as
rose, nile, ecru, etc., with medium size floral pat
terns, beautiful materials, $3.50 val-0 C3t
ue, on sale for, yard (pH?3
$3.00 REP ON SALE AT $1.67 YARD
$1.50 SATIN DAMASK AT 98c YARD
$1.50 Satin Damask Floral Patterns, in red, olive
green and terra cotta grounds, weaves and color
ing suitable for furniture covering. Great QOp
values at, yard -7Uw
$2.00 AKMURE AT $1.10 A YARD
$2.00 Annm-e, in two-toned effects three colors
nile, olive and myrtle, suitable for upholstering
or drapery purposes marvelous val-C 2 t
ues for this sale at, yard J 1 1 J
$1.50 TAPESTRY FOR 98c A YARD
$1.50 Satin Stripe Taffeta, suitable for bedroom fur
niture and hangings, light grounds, blue or green
stripes. Best $1.50 qualities, on sale for, QO
$2.50 TAPESTRY AT $1.78 A YARD
Satin-faced Tapestry in two colors, red and green
good inexpensive covering for parlor furniture.
Best $2.50 values, on sale at this lowtfJ 1
price, yard P I O
$1.00 REPS ON SALE FOR 79c YARD
$1.00 Figured Reps, in two-tone effects, all the best
colorings, several different weaves make PQr
handsome hangings $1.00 values, yard.. JC
$2.25 TAPESTRY AT $1.60 A YARD
$2.25 Tapestry, in red and green designs beautiful
colorings short lengths, $2.25 value, fij 1
on sale at, vard P OVI
Mercerized Rep, moire on one side and plain on the
other two colors only, olive and terra cotta; reg
ular $3.00 value, on sale at this lowfi 1 Ljj
$4.00 VELOUR FOR $2.50 A
$2.00 TAPESTRY FOR. $1.48 A YARD
Extra heavy $2.00 Tapestry, best wearing material for furniture cov
ering1 ecru, green, brown or red grounds, with small
floral patterns. Best $2 ..00 values, on sale for, yard.
$4.00 double-faced Velour, extra heavy quality, in
red, green and nile; beautiful quality, fi? ZLC
best $4 values, for this sale at, yard. .P
$5.00 MATERIALS FOR. $2.50 YARD
Special lot of drapery materials, silk tapestry, metal
tapestry, embroidered velour, etc. quantity
enough for about one pair of portieresfi:) C
of a pattern; $4.50 and $5 values, yd.FJ,V
$2.50 VELOUR FOR. $1.38 A YARD
27-inch Silk Yelour, stripes and floral designs, all
bright colors, good for covering small pieces of
furniture, pillow coverings, etc., $2.50 f 1Q
value, yard ?
Department Buyers in
New York City
The Meier & Frank Store is represented
in the Eastern markets at present by the
following buyers :
Cloaks, Suits, Waists, etc.: Children's
Garments, Petticoats, etc.
Women's and Children's Millinery,
Baby Bonnets, high-grade Novelties.
CHAS. J. MATZ,
Handkerchiefs, Hosiery. Underwear,
Ribbons, Corsets, Undermuslins, Leath
er Goods, etc
R. J. COUPERTHWAIT,
Crockery, Silverware, Cut Glass. Kitch
en Goods, Cutlen-, Stoves, etc.
J. P. AVERILL,
Toys, Dolls, Games, Baby Carriages,
Trunks, Bags, Cameras, etc.
New York Office, 16 East 18th Street.
$4 Worth of Music
1 5 Cents
We place on sale tomorrow 1000 copies of
Albert Von Tilzer's Dance Folio of popu
lar hits, 14 pieces, including:
"Teasing," "Tell Me With Your Eyes,"
"Bunker Hill," "I Want to Be Loved,"
"Lay My Wedding Dress Away," "You
Mustn't Pick Plums From My Plum
Tree," "Murphy," "That's What the
Daisy Said," "Lonesome," "Medley
Lancers" $4.00 worth of mu- C J.
Mail orders promptly filled.
Sale of Boys' Clothing
New Spring Arrivals
New Eton Sailor Suits, in pretty home
spun materials navy blue, 6 to 10 years,
big variety of styles, S5.00 to $8.50 suit.
New Russian Blouse Suits, in red, brown,
navy and neat gray mixtures; sizes 2Y2 to
6 years $5.00 to 8.50 suit.
A year's subscription to the " American
Boy" free with every purchase of suit or
overcoat at regular price, in our Boys'
Clothing Department, second floor.