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THE SERVICE OF OUR TEA ROOM IS MOST POPULAR FOR MID-DAY LUNCH and AFTERNOON TEA EVERYTHING PREPARED IN OUR OWN KITCHEN
STTXDAY OREGOXIAX, PORTLAXD,
Women's and Misses
Vtlll Tailored Softs
Style News from Abroad and in "
the East proclaim these the most
popular' and practical of Garments
Fashion nott's from fashion routers express alike the popularity
of the three-piore suit the new-stylo dress with coat to match
a combination that adapts itself perfectly to the requirements
of today. In the dross one has a garment suited for indoor
occasions the coat to match completing it for street wear.
Vpcn the tailoring1 and material depends its distinction. "In
our showing of the throo-pioce suits and the demi-dress or cos
tume suits you will find materials with the beauty of qual
ity and tailoring that imparts grace and individuality.
v Women's and misses' three-piece plainly-tailored Suit, the one
pieoe dress in the now rough materials with the perfectly plain
coat to match. This particular model at $40.00
Another three-piece model in chiffon broadcloth with small yoke
is trimmed with moire silk, gold braid and brass buttons. The
bottom has many pleats, showing kilt effect. Handsome Jong
coat to match. At 79.50
Other three-piece demi-costumes in broadcloth, satin cloth and a
combination of crepe meteor and cashmere de soie. Some are
fur-trimmed. The. dresses are exquisite creations and of beau
tiful materials. At $95, 9125, $135, $150, to 225
New dresses for misses and debutantes just received for dinner or evening wear. Charming
styles and many pretty, dainty materials JfsJo.UU to 5iUU.UU
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And from the Waist Section comes
the announcement of a most compre
hensive and appreciable showing of
new Fall Waists abounding in the
season's prettiest waist effects.
The new Lingerie Waists in ad
vance Spring styles.
. Wool Waists and Silk Waists, from
the plainest taffeta to the elaborate
styles for evening wear.
The new Silk Jersey Waists and
the pretty Silk Chiffon Waists.
The fancy Net and Lace Waists,
also the hand-crochet Irish and the
more elaborate hand-made evening
The new Linen Tailored, hand
laundered Waists in shirt effects
perfectly plain and hand embroidered
You'll instantly recognize the dis
tinctiveness of every style and the
. The Waist Section First Floor.
A Special Sale of Women's Soits
Macpherson and Lang'forcfs Sample Line. About Fifty Garments in
Lot, Plain Tailored Suits, Dresses, Coats Purchased at LiberalDiscount
No line of strictly plain Tailored Suits shows such tfftjf
drill and caw in hft Tnilrvrincr nnd no hftti.er mate- tfS&2?&-
rials are used. In this lot they are mostly the man
nish materials. And not one of these garments was
accepted until it was subjected to rigorous" examina
tion. We've been told that we are over-particular as
to details and finish. Rarely is such an opportunity
presented so early in the season, but in such instances
as this it is our policy to give you the benefit of such'
purchases.- These garments go on sale tomorrow at
fully a 25 per cent reduction from the regular prices.
You are assured here of individual selection as well
as a bargain. The Cloak and Suit Section first floor
S 1 i.rr :' '-'La 'h
The Art of Corset Making at its
finest in "Lily of France" Corsets
Of interest to Particular Dressers
are the Demonstrations now being
given by Madame Vanden Wyer
The woman who wants style, the woman who wants
the fashionable figure, the woman who wants a car
riage of distinction, will find that the "Lily of
France" will give it. It has those subtly beautiful
lines and curves that cause the eye to follow the
figure with admiration; it expresses such grace,
such charm, such distinction. The woman who
wishes to make sure of charm and style in her new
dresses should have them fitted over a "Lily of
France" Corset. The advice of such corsetieres as
Madame Vanden "Wyer is invaluable when selecting
a corset. Ask for personal interview and fitting.
This is the last week of the demonstration.
In the Fornitore Displays
doring the past few days
Leather-upholstered Couches and Turkish Rockers.
Three-piece leather-upholstered Library Suites, in dull oak
Mahogany Chairs and Rockers, with leather seats and backs.
Bedroom Chairs and Rockers, in golden oak, mahogany,
maple and white enamel.
Mahogany Chairs and Rockers, in Colonial designs, with
Windsor Chairs and Rockers correct reproductions of those
used in "grandmother's time."
Wood Beds, in mahogany, oak and white enamel.
Quaint Living-room Pieces, in the popular fumed oak
Chairs, Rockers, Couches, Davenports, Library Tables.
Bed Davenports, in mahogany and golden oak, upholstered
in leather and verona.
hav-e jost been received
They show the newest and best
things made in the famous
"Staines" line of Linoleums.
The new tile patterns in soft
blues, greens, creams and tans
are restful color combinations
for the dining-room, 'kitchen,
and bathroom, and for quality
are unsurpassed. In addition
to the above, we are showing a full line of the plain Linoleums,
including the "Battleship" and Cork Carpets in the standard
grades. See them on our linoleum display racks Carpet
Dept. sixth floor.
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Bee Our Window Display of
the popular Buodhar Wilton
It gives but a faint idea of the wide range pf color and
design shown in this high-grade floor covering, so well known
to Portland's discriminating carpet buyers. Whether for the
home or public building, there is a pattern in the Bundhar
line that will meet the requirements of the most exacting
purchaser. Besides our most complete showing of Bundhar
Wilton Carpets and Rugs, the latter in all sizes, we also carry
a full line of mill samples to meet demands for special work.
At your service for the asking. Carpet Dept. sixth floor.
Art Cretonne, Taffeta and
These we are showing in various colors and tints and in designs
to match many of our wall papers. Some of these fabrics are
in stripes and designs which can be cut out and appliqued on
plain fabrics, and so produce original and pleasing effects. By
so doing an entire room may be decorated in the same effect,
and varied in such a way as to relieve the sameness in furniture
coverings, bed garnishing and window hangings. You could
not wish for a better selection than what we show in these
up-to-date draperv and upholstery materials, varying in price
from 25 to $6.00 yard. Samples of drapery, upholstery and
curtain materials sent free on request.
Special Lace Curtains, Panels, Motifs, Bed Sets, Etc., Made to Order.
Seven Attractive Specials
in Various Fornitore Pieces
Seldom do you find such pieces Us these offered at such decided price reduc
tions. They are samples which have been selected from our displays and under
priced to close out, for the purpose of m aking room for new designs. They go on
sale tomorrow and Tuesday. '
$27.00 Library Chair for $15.50 An attractive, substantial piece, upholstered in
leather, arms and other exposed wood parts in golden oak.
$36.00 Library Table for $19.75 A table that will meet the requirements of the
average library. It is a well-constructed piece, in mahogany, and has 4 drawers.
$53.00 Leather Chair for $29.75 An ideal piece for library or living-room, up
holstered in leather, back being tufted, seat plain.
$56.00 Dresser for $29.75 A pattern that has been discontinued by the factory
where made. A' very attractive design in matched stock of quarter-sawed golden
oak. Has large oval mirror.
$63.00 Chiffonier for $36.50 A Colonial pattern in the dull mahogany having
four large drawers and two small top drawers, all fitted with glass knobs; oval
$80 Hall Piece for $57.50 Here is a large, handsome piece in all-quarter-sawed
golden oak, 45 inches wide and with large bevel mirror, 26 in. by 44 in. A splen
did combination piece; coat and bat hooks are extra heavy and of dull brass.
$82.50 Chiffonier for $48.50 A large Colonial piece in fine mahogany, having
six drawers, four of which are fitted with glass knobs. A splendid bedroom
piece for a gentleman. ,
Never a more . complete Showing of
Meatinf Stoves than this Season's
To look- along the rows of heating stoves arrayed here for inspection is to be convinced that in
this showing is surely the one to meet your requirements. It's a selection of all that is modern in
beating stoves of every size of every description heaters for burning wood, for burning coal
or for burning both wood and coal.
The cut shows one from the Moore's line of fire-keeping heaters. It is for burning wood, and is
made in two sizes 18-inch and 20-inch. The linings in this sove are of ventilated cast iron,
which will last much longer than a solid cast lining. The door, being extra large, permits large
sticks of wood to be used. $13.50 and' $15.50 are the prices of those heaters.
And then there is the Moore's fire-keeping air-tight Heater1 the best made which has heavy
reinforced bottom, and heavy steel lining. It has a patent sliding draft and is also supplied with
patent ash pan, which can be instantly adjusted, and in such a way that dust or ashes cannot
escape when being removed. Four sizes in these, priced as follows: $11.60, $13.50, $15.50, $17.50.
Moore's Airtight Coal Heaters have what is known as the hot-blast construction, which means
a great saving in fuel; three sizes in these at $23.50, $25.50 and $27.50
Any Heater in our line can be purchased on easy-payment terms.
Continuing the Special Range-Buying Offer
the 30 days' Free Trial and the Liberal Terms $5 Down, $5 Month
The "Ssatb Bead Malleable" Bmi he "Supreme Ran
The "Crown" Ritaa;e the "Capital" Ranee. It's an offer that since its in
auguration the first of September has bsen the means of placing; many of these rangres in Portland and suburban homes. Intending
ranee buyers could not wish a better opportunity for selecting- a dependable range. The thirty days' free trial and the advantageous
. r. v. . . .Ai,u km mnra ronvtnr.inir at our faith in the nua.littft of these ranees? It's a euarantee In itnelf. There's no reason why
you should not have one of these ranges in your home. We are willing to accept your old range or cook stove in exchange for a new one.
Bedding Mews is of interest right now
Never before have we been so well prepared to supply your bedding needs as we are right
now. And we, know you will find our prices the lowest and the quality of our bedding tho
most satisfactory. ...
Comforters in down and cotton fillings, covered in silk, sateen and silkoline.
Blankets, in Eastern and Oregon wools, wool and cotton mixtures and in all-cotton, in plain
white, and white with colored borders. Gray blankets and Blankets in plain plaids in all colors.
White Spreads for both metal and wood, plain, fringed and with square or cut corners.
LMit-weight, cotton-filled Quilts, in plain and silkoline coverings, and in desirable colors,
at $1.35, $1.75, $2.50 and $3.00.
Heavier sateen or silkoline Comforters, quilted or tied at $3.50, $4.2a, $-1.7 a and
. Feather Pillows, 5 lbs. and 6 lbs. to the pair, and covered in the finest grade of
ticking at $4.50, $5.50, $6.00, $7.50 and $9.00 pair.
Dnwn Pillows, from $6.50 to S11.00 pair.
All-wool Plaid Blankets, in gray and white, pink" and white, blue and white, black
and white, red and black at $6.25 pair. . . '
Heavy all-wool plaid Blankets, in all colors at $9.25 pair.
Full size white wool Blankets at $7.50, $8.50 $9.25, $11.00 and up to
We sell the Emmerich Guaranteed Sanitary Pillows.
THESE BEDDING SPECIALS FOR MONDAY AND TUESDAY
$4.75 values in pure cotton-filled Com
forts covered in fine sateen and quilted
at, each .....$3.00
$9 vals. in all-wool Blankets, in fancy
plaids and in pure white, at, pair.$5.00
Fancy plaid, all-wool Blankets of the finest grade, colors blue or pink, size 70 in. by 82 in. at, pair ; $9.00
Blankets in white, gray and tan, with
pink and blue borders eleven-quarter ize
at, pair ,.$1.75
$3.25. values in 7-lb. Pillows, covered in
fine gray ticking at, pair ..$1.85
We upholster, repair and refinish
furniture of every description and
guarantee the very best .results
at moderate cost. Our workshops are as modernly equipped as
any in the country, and there, is nothing in this line of work too
difficult for us to take care of. Shown in our line of upholstery
materials is everything new and up to date for covering the
simplest, inexpensive furniture to the highest grade period
pieces. "We will be pleased to offer suggestions and furnish
estimates on the reupholstering, repairing or refinishing of
The "Mew Domestic" Is the
world's best Sewins Machine
YOU CAN BUY ONE BY PAYING $5 DOWN AND $1 EACH WEEK
There are many reasons why you should have a "New Domestic" in your
home. It, costs but little more than machines of inferior make. In it
you have two machines with the shuttle a lock-stitch with the looper
a chain-stitch. The attachments furnished with every machine are of the
highest grade. Perfection in ball-bearing construction has been attained
in the. "New Domestic." Every part, wood or metal, shows superior skill
in the makinsr. The "Domestic" instructor, furnished with each machine,
is so complete that any child of 10 or 12 years may, by practice and attention, become an expert in its use.
Blue Earthenware Mixing Bowls, in four sizes, i-gaL to
114-gal. ; special at 14, 16 and 18.
Brown and White Pudding Dishes, in three sizes, 6-in., 7-in.
and 8-in. ; special at 13fS 15 and 17.
Brown and Wbite Mixing Bowls, in three sizes; special at
13S 15 and 17.
Combination Baking Casseroles, special at 40.
Yellow Earthenware Mixing Bowls, in two sizes; special
at 25 and 45.
Brown Earthenware Tea Pots, in three sizes; special at
15S 18 and 20.