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About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View This Issue
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... . PORTLAND. OREGON, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31, 1909. y' tL
$35 to $75 Imported Hats $22.50
On Monday we offer without reserve every imported
Pattern Hat in the store ranging in price from $35; to
$75 at $22.50. These hats contain the same trimming
NINE YEARS THE HOME OF THE NEMO CORSET
$1 Down Weekly
33 . E
Sale of New Fall Corsets at $1.69
Nadia. C. B. and W. B. models in the newest Fall styles
in a variety of different shapes, appropriate for every figure.
These corsets are made of the very best materials, finely
finished and supplied with attached hose supporters. At
$1.69 they are magnificent bargains.
as when first received. j MERCHANDISE OF MERIT ONLY . - B, . -a
Thanksgiving Sales, Table Linens, Cut Glass, Coats, Millinery
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31. 1909
About ninety per cent of the department
store family is as similar as a brood of chick
ens. The other small percentage stands out
and commands attention.
To command particular attention a store
must offer inducements and merchandise out
of the common. " Merchandise that women
want and when they want it. Take, for in
There is a great demand today for COATS.
Greater than there has been in years. The de
mand sprung up a month ago in New York
and spread like wildfire throughout the land.
Shop over the town and see the assortment
you will find in any of the stores, then come
to us and we will show you an assortment
many times greater than you will find shown
in all the stores in Portland combined.
Take the MILITARY CAPE, the hit of the ,
We dare say we have SOLD more Military
C-tpes for misses, women and children than has
beim shown in all the STORES in Portland.
We SHOW more Military Capes in DIFFER
ENT color combinations, in DIFFERENT
trimnvngs, in DIFFERENT styles, at DIF
FERENT prices thah any other house west
Add to this the demand by growing girls,
misses and women for CRAVENETTE,
SLIP-ON and MANNISH COATS, an article
almost impossible to find anywhere. We have
these in abundance and in a varied assortment
of styles, materials and cut. All at most at
SUCH MERCHANDISE COMMANDS
Thanksgiving Sale in 1
$65.00 WILTON RUGS $53.50
$60.00 WILTON RUGS $45.00
$50.00 WILTON RUGS $39.50
Anglo-Persian, Wilton Rugs, exact duplicate
pattern of the real Oriental rugs, with all of
those pretty, soft, rich colorings found only in
this quality of specially selected worsteds. We
call your attention to the soft luster and fine
finish, and the beautiful selected patterns of
these rugs. Just the rug for artistic homes.
$7.50 COUCH COVERS $3.95
200 Heavy Reversible Tapestry Couch
Covers in Oriental" patterns and colorings, 3
yards long, 50 inches wide. Regular $6.50 and
$7.50 value. Special $3.95.
$7.50 LACE CURTAINS $4.95
$4.50 LACE CURTAINS $2.95
900 pairs of Lace Curtains made of good
quality of French Bobbinets, with lace edging
and insertion, also braided patterns in Marie
Antoinette and Renaissance effects, 2j and 3
yards long. White or Arabic color.
Flannelette Kimonos 75c
Figured Kimonos $1.39
B e 1 1 e d style, high
neck, long sleeves,
crochet edges, or plain
tailored finish, r e g u lar
$1.50, special 75c.
Figured, stripe, loose
or belted ; stripe, scal
loped edges, plain
tailored finish and sat
een bindings, some with
cord and tassel. Regular
$2.25, special $1.39.
Wonderful Linens for the Money The Housekeeper's Verdict
WOMEN KNOW LINENS. Every housekeeper-' grows
ehtfcusiastic over beautiful Linens. And the Lipman, Wolfe
Linen Store tomorrow will be a center of enthusiasm, that will
repay us all the effort we made in preparing for this annual
sale. . .
Everything in the Sale is of a quality that commends itself,
to good judgment. These are linens that won't grow cottony
after a few launderings. They come from makers on whom
we have relied for years and they come at such wonderfully
low prices now largely because those makers have taken a
strong interest in the success of this sale.
Regular $ 6.00.
Regular $ 6.50.
Regular $ 7.0Q.
Regular $ 7.50.
Regular $ 8.00.
Napkins tp Match Table Cloths
Regular $3.50. Special $2.95
Regular $4.00. Special $3.45
Regular $4.50. Special $3.90
Regular $5.00. Special $4.25
Regular $6.00. Special $5.10
French Cluny Doilies
6-inch, special 21
12-inch, special . . '. 56
20-inch, special ;.$1.05
Chinese Embr'd Doilies
7-inch, special 25
9-inch, special 35
18-inch, special $2.48.
Regular $ 6.50. Special $5.55
Regular $ 7.00. Special $5.95
Regular $ 7.50. Special $6.38
Regular $ 8.00. Special $6.85
Regular $10.00. Special $8.75
Irish Embr'd Linens
'6-inch, special . ...29
12-inch, special . . . .42
20-inch, special. ....... .73
27-inch, special '.$1.05
18x54-inch, special $2.12
SPECIAL PRICES ON 100
DOZEN SOILED LINEN
100 New $5 Bags for $2.98
100 New French Seal
Handbags, leather, 1 i n e d
with filigree, French gilt
or Grecian green
metal" frames. These
bags are made in one piece,
hand-sewed and the latest '
Fall models and s'ell regu
larly at $5.00 each.
Sale New Cloaking Materials
GOLF RED CLOTH.
58-inch Ail-Wool Golf Red Cloakings in Thibet, Bedford
' Cord, Heavy Serge and Kersey at $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75 yd.
50-inch English Bear Cloth Snowflake and Curly Caracul
in cream at $2.50, $2.75 and $3.00 a yard.
Silk Moire Plush for misses' cloaks, 50 inches wide, old
rose, beaver, military blue, at $2.50 a yard.
IMPORTED FUR CLOTHS.
Lister's English Cloakings, in Persian Lamb, Broadtail,
Russian Pony, Caracul, Astrachan in black and brown
at $4.00 to $8.00 a yard.
ENGLISH TAILOR CLOTH.
60-inch English and Scotch Tweeds, for long- coats and
suits. Latest exclusive styles, all colors, at $2.75, $3.50 and
Wff fA and
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Sale Sparkling, Lustrous, Rich
Old Fashioned Cut Glass
In the Newest Designs
Every Piece Is Hand Cut and Polished
-There are little pieces, medium pieces, and big pieces, all included in te. sale, and every piece is perfect and finer than the
average cut glass for this reason. ' . . .
-The old way of cutting glass was to make the shape, and on the plain surface of the glass etch the design. Th.s was then put
against a revolving wheel until the deep cutting was even, fine and perfect. It was then polished by hand. .
-Today there is'another process. They mould the glass with the indention or pattern moulded in it, then i take this and lay it
against a wheel to finish off and. cut out anything that is round; this is then polished and sold or cut glass
iBetween the two kinds of cutting there is simply no compar is on. O NE IS g pg q eDJU'AND
ITS BRILLIANCY, the other is lustrous, BUT IT LACKS THE BRILLIANCY OF THE OLD-FASHIONED CUl, aimu
COSTS MUCH LESS TO PRODUCE. - ,aV:tu
-It is this old-fashioned cut that you will find in every piece in this , sale, and because of this we are forced to limit quantities
and to refuse mail, C. O. D. and telephone orders. ' r .
$6.50 Fern Dishes h 1 98
7-Inch, Special .' . .' P
Lined with silver - plated
3.DU rem" Uisb.es
8-Inch, Special .
Lined with silver - plated
$7.50Flower or Yio- C 50
let Holder, Special P
Fitted with screen for short
$3.50 8-inch Bowls. . .?2.48
$4.75 8-inch Bovds. . .$3.69
$4.25 8-inch Bowls, . .3.48
$3.50 8-inch Bowls. . .2.48
$1.35 Handle Nappies 98
$1.50 6-inch Nappies. .$1.12
$6.50 Water Pitchers..?4.8
$9.00 Water Pitchers..$6.98
75c Tumblers . . 59
$7.50 12-inch Vases.. .S4.98
$10.50 Vases . ... S7.98
$15.00 Vases n. .$9.98
$4.00 Vases S2.98
$4.75 Sugar and
' Creamers S3.74
Dishes . . , $2.98
$3.25 Celery Dishes.. .$2.48
$3.00 Oil Cruets $2.24
$1.00 Pair Knife Rests 75
$3.75 Sugar and
Creamer . ...... $2.69
Hundreds of other items
not advertised in this sale.
Mark Well This Sale at $ 1 .39
5 Volume. Sets of Standard Authors Cloth
Bound, Printed on Fine White Paper in Clear
Type, ah Excellent Xmas Gift of Library Set.'
Famous books by world-renowned authors, the best of lit
erature at very little money. Following is a list of writers to
Balzac, Kipling, Dickens, Scott, Hawthorne, Stevenson,
Jules Verne, F&inimore Cobper, L. T. Meade, Victor Hugo,
Hall Caine, Corelli.
ROBINSON AND WELLS HATS
Fickle Fashion's Fantastic Fancies
At the beginning o the present Fall season
every indication pointed towards a continued popu
larity in fashion of medium and large size hats.
Indeed at the first openings and subsequent dis
plays medium and large size hats Were in greatest
Robinson & Wells hats at no -time during the
season were as large as the American hats and in
each shipment received the hats were each time
Tomorrow we place on sale our latest ship
ment of these smart English walking hats, every
one of which is extremely small, brimless hats
and turbans in direct contrast to the earlier arrivals.
These are the smartest hats of the season.
75c GEM DANCE FOLIO MONDAY AT 29c
W-e offer Monday the most popular Dance Folio in America, con-
' taining the popular big hits . .
Oh That Yankiana Rag Yip-I-Addy-I-Aye Arab Love Song
That Cuddlin Rag Girls, Girls, Girls Whistle and I'll Wait for
You Roses Bring Dreams of. You You'll Be Sorry Just Too Late
Because I'm Married Now He Goes to Church on Sunday
Spooney ville Darling Gee, But This Is a Lonesome Town.
A New York coat manufacturer had enough
, material on hand to make 275 coats. We pur
chased all this material and paid him a com
mission to manufacture the entire lot in styles
selected by the buyer.
Tomorrow these coats go on sale at the fol
STRICTLY TAILOR-MADE COATS OF
EXTRA QUALITY All-Wool Cheviot, in
black and navy, made 54 inches long, sqpi
fitted,. mannish, notch collar and rever, and all
lined with guaranteed satin.
FULL-LENGTH COATS OF EXTRA
FINE QUALITY Heavy Broadcloth in black
and navy; made 54 inches long in the popular
mannish notched collar and rever style. Semi
fitted back, and all lined with guaranteed satin.
. SPECIAL $18.50
FULL-LENGTH COATS OF EXTRA
QUALITY Medium-Weight All-Wool Kersey
in black only, made 54 inches long, single
breasted and semi-fitted, half lined with satin.
FOR MONDA Y and TUESDA Y
Tailormade Suits $ 1 8.75
We will sell 1 18 highest class
tailormade suits, ' taken from our regu
lar stock- Every suit new this season
made and finished in the most perfect
style and workmanship. The styles
are too numerous to describe. Selling
regularly to $42.00 at $18.75.
These Capes $9.85
Tomorrow we place, on sale a
special purchase of Ladies' Capes
made of fine all-wool broadcloth
and Kersey in black, navy, wine
and tan. These capes are made 54
inches long with extra full sweep.
The collars are made of velvet and
fancy Persian bands. Spec. $9.85.
500 New Madras Waists,
Reg. $3.50 Vals.,$ 1.98
In eight new models, plaited and
side plaited styles, also in tucked and
tailor-stitched effects. Every waist
new and up-to-date. Made with
laundered collars and either soft or
laundered cuffs at $1.98.