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Get the "Holtz Habit" It PaysEverything, to Eat and Wear Under One Roof Portland Agents for Butterick Patterns and Publications
American Lady, Gossard, Lace Front and Nemo Corsets Sahlin Waists Women's Lunch Club On 3d Floor Book Department 3d Floor
4th of Jolly Clearance In All Departments
Marshall 4900 A 6665
2000 Women's Tailor-Made Suits Half Price
Marshall 4900 A ,6665
THIS SUNDAY OREGOXIAN. PORTLAND, 30, 1912. JUNE
Fifth and Washington
Women's 50c Hose 37c
Women's full-fashioned fast black
Oriental silk Lisle Hose, double
toe, sole and high spliced heel, pur
ple double garter top; alloy
sizes ; 50c values, special at
25c Gauze Vests 16c
Women's Gauze Vests, plain and
fancy lace tops, Swiss rib, low
neck and sleeveless ; 25o "I I
values, here tomorrow for
Khaki Walking: Skirts
Very Special Values for $3.93
Khaki Walking Skirts, front side
fastening, trimmed with four but
tons belt attached. Now at $3.98.
Khaki Blouses $1.98
Blouses to match the skirts; turn
back cuffs and collars, patch pock
ets. Just the thing for outings.
$6.50 Sweaters $3.48
Fancy and plain weaves, all wool;
colors are navy, white, oxford and
cardinal, also some with contrast
ing colors; collar and cuffs $3.48.
$1.50 Waists for 89c
Lawn and Lingerie Waists, high
and low neck, long and short
sleeves, lace and embroidery-trim 'd
also tailored styles; $1.50 OQ.
values, for this sale, only OSC
$1 Middy Blouses 69c
Necessary Alterations Made Without Charge j
When this store's policy of doing business was determined upon, one of the cardinal rules laid down
for the guidance of department managers was that positively no goods were to be carried over from
one season into the next, no matter how great the financial loss entailed might be in the carrying
out of this plan. In accordance with this ruling the Women's Ready -to -Wear Department offers,
beginning tomorrow, its entire stock of Tailor-made Suits about 2000 garments at about 50c on
dollar, and by way of good measure will make no charge for needed alterations, In order to facili-
tate choosing, the entire collection has been grouped in five great lots, and arranged on racks bear-"
ing the sale price in great, big figures. Not much need to say anything about the desirability and
newness of the Suits you know they're in town only about five weeks, and there's very little need
to say much about the new prices, except this: They sold very freely at the former prices and will
therefore move at a double-quick pace tomorrow. Better come early in the day for best choice.
Lot 2-$20 Suits $9
- Grouped in Lot 2 are several hundred choice new Suits Fancy
mixture fabrics, navy and black serges, cream serges, CQ QQ
" Rajah silks garments that sold up to $20, at only P70
Lot 4$35 Suits 15g
This season's choicest styles, carried out in black and white
Bedford cords, cream, navy and black serges gar- C QQ
ments that sold up to $35 go on sale tomorrow at P Jei70
Lot 3-$25 Suits 12
A wonderfully attractive assortment, comprising navy blue and
colored whipcords, navy and black serges and 01 O QQ
shepherd checks garments that sold to $25, atP"'0
Lot 5-$40 Suits $19g
This lot embraces Suits made of black and white Bedford cords,
cream, navy and black serges in novelty styles as d Q QQ
well as in man-tailored effects to $40 Suits at
Lot 1 Suits Selling Up to $12.50 for $6.98
Don't let the low price this lot is offered lead you to think that there is only a meager assortment. On the contrary, this line includes
a complete collection of this season's most desired sailors, including the navy and black serges and cream stripes. These tC QO
Suits sold fully up to $12.50 each, and go on sale tomorrow in this group at the very low price come early your choice, pOI0
t . si j n f-?A
White body with red or blue com
bination collars and cuffs; sizes 4
to 14; $1 values, now at only 69c.
$2.50 Shirts for $1.29
For women; made of striped ma
dras; patch pockets; soft turnback
collar and cuffs; $2.50 1 OQ
values, special at only f " '
$1.25 Messalines at 79c
Direct from the mill, a large shipment of 36-inch messaline silks.
Guaranteed to be all-silk. Is especially adapted for evening or
street gowns, bridal1 dresses, waists, etc. A Silk that will give
service in unstinted measure. Comes in these colors : light or
dark pink, ivory and cream white, gray, light and medium blue
mais, lavender, emerald, old rose, champagne, navy, black, Uopen"
hagen, medium navy, medium red, medium brown, and
reseda. A guaranteed $1.25 fabric, priced at only, yd.
A Great Elks Carnival Sale of
Housekeeping Linens, Towels
Th attention of housekeepers, hotel and rooming-house proprietors
necla.llv director to the many monev-savincr ODDortumties preiemoa
our department devoted to the sal of household linen ana towels.
the following Items closely:
Specials in Linens
No housekeeper ran afford to Ignore
the money-saving opportunities this
store offers every day In household
needs of every-day use, like Sheets.
Pillow Cases and Bed Spreads and
kindred articles. Do not miss this.
$1.95 Bed djl.47
Honeycomb Bed Spreads In close
copied design of Marseilles pattern.
Full double-bed size, close woven
and heavy. Hemmed and ready to
use. Regular 11.96 values AJ
priced very low at only w 1 I
These sheets are full bleached and
double-bed slse. torn, hemmed and
ready for use; very superior qual
ity. Thebest regular McACkf
value on special sale at only TC
Cases Go at
We offer for tomorrow 50 dozen
Full Bleached Pillow Cases In a fine
quality of muslin: torn and hemmed
ready to use. Best lHje qual- 1 f
lty on sale at low price of AVJC
Cut to Half Price
A drummer's sample line of Towels
was bought by us at exactly half
price and go on sale tomorrow on
the same ratio. This is your chance.
7c Towels for 4c
Cotton Buck Towels, plain white
and also with red borders, val- A
uos up to 7c, now at low price of tC
12c Towels for 8c
Cotton Huck Towels of good weight
and slse, white and also colored
borders. Regular values to lie 0
each, are now offered at onlyOC
20c Towels at 1 lc
In this lot are Bath Towels In
bleached and unbleached, hemmed
and hemstitched Huck Tow- 1 1
els: 20o values priced at only X I C
25c Towels at 14c
This lot consists of Bleached and
Unbleached Bath Towels, hemmed
and fringed. Best 25c values lA
priced for tomorrow at only C
35c Towels at 16c
This lot consists of Linen Huck,
Damask and Bath Towels; 1
worth fully S6c tomorrow at IOC
We offer tomorrow in our millinery
section 1000 Outing Hats at one
third of real value. Choice of ten
styles, including broad brim and
close-fitting, effects; sailors in
rough white straw braid, etc. Full
98c values, tomorrow at the OQ
low price, your choice at"''
Fifth and Washington
Every man will no doubt want to
be properly "shod" during "Elks'
Carnival" week. The Regulation
Shoes and Socks on sale here at
the lowest prices. Take advantage.
White Oxf rds
The Regulation "White Canvas Ox-
fords, made to sell at sQQ
and worth it, for V
Purple Silk Socks
50c Values at 25c
Pure silk thread Socks in the Reg
ulation Elks' Purple, allOff
sizes; the 50c quality, pair"'
Women's Canv's Shoes
is shown in any other Portland store.
as mill ends, running 10 to 20 yards in length.
as well as the newest plaids, checks and stripes, 12'2 and 15c values,
placed on sale tomorrow in balcony at the very low price, the yard, 9
On the Daylight Balcony
tomorrow we place on sale
10,000 yards of standard
American Dress Gingham,
comprising such brands as
"A. F. C," "Utility,"
frew & Bates Seersucker.,
The variety is larger than
The goods are perfect, are known
All the wanted plain colors
$3.50 Values at $1.98
Women's White Canvas Shoes,
stage last, short vamp, high Cuban
heel; our regular $3.50 t" QQ
value, during this sale P 0
Child's Canvas Shoes
$2.50 Values at $1.69
$3.00 Values at $1.89
Children's and misses' white can
vas Shoes, foot form last, Goodyear
welt, at the following low prices:
Sizes 8 tolO1;, $2.50 vals., $1.69
Sizes 11 to 2, $3.00 values, $1.89
The Greatest Embroidery Sale
In Portland Entire History
25,000 Yds. Vals. to $3.00 t 50c
Come here tomorrow, prepared to find the greatest Embroidery values the old town
ever knew! There are 25,000 yards in the lot. High-grade Swiss Embroideries, 27
and 45-inch Flouncings in the daintiest, prettiest patterns ever seen; rich conven
tional floral designs, openwork, blind and lace effects; all embroidered on highest
grade Swiss. The patterns-are embroidered to 20 inches in depth. The edges are
fast and will not pull out. Also 27-inch Baby Flouncings in dainty embroidered de
signs; some with Val. lace insertions and ruffled edges; also 21 -inch Allover Em
broideries in openwork designs. The one great opportunity for buying a year's sup
ply of materials for lingerie dresses, baby clothes, undergarments, children's dresses,
waists, etc. These goods are worth, judged by any -standard you may wish fin
to use, well up to $3.00 per yard, and they go on sale tomorrow at only,, yd. OvfC
25c Voiles 5c
8 Until 10 A. M. Only
As a special inducement for early shop
ping, we offer for tomorrow, from 8 to 10
A. Si., 2500 yards of Voiles in plain C
and crossbar effect; 25c values atC
No Phone Orders Taken. No C. O. D.'s.
Things for Baby
All mothers will be interested in and delighted with our
showing of new hand-decorated celluloid Infants ' Novel
ties. The designs are out of the ordinary and prices low :
Comb and Brush sets, 79eS 98, $1.48 to $2.48
Record Books, special at 25, 98 and to $1.98
Coat Hangers, priced special at 69, 98 to $2.69
Battles, on sale here priced at 49S 690 to 98
Hot Water Bottles, special prices from 980 to $1.48
Celluloid Trays, Thermometers, Go-Cart Straps, Cro
chetted Harness, Safety Pin Holders, Baskets, Screen's,
Teething Sticks, etc., etc. We cordially invite inspection.
Pure Food Depot Basement
Hnmc Choicest Eastern sugar-cured, corncob-smoked. 1
X XtXlklZt Take advantage at the low price of, the pound IOC
Economy Brand of
large bags, tomorrow
ruaranteed quality Flour, fc1 OQ
on Bale at, the bag only P
Sa11 1errin's genuine Worcestershire Sauce, the OO.
L,auc popular appetizing sauce. Special tomorrow e.i muC
popular appetizing sauce. Special tomorrow at;
Brands Al. Most excellent for all kinds of cold
and warm meats and fish. Special tomorrow at
OUv Oil 0r0S8e & Blackwell'g Genuine Lucca Oil, large JQ
VHVC bottles, on sale tomorrow at the low price of OOC
Sai1f Waw Waw, the new Indian Relish.' Very popular Oy
iJl.mC condiment. On special sale tomorrow at only arC
Flnlrrl Hnminir MaJe minute. You should 1 Q '
riaKeq nommy try this, the package, special, luC
Flaloarl Pac The" new luick wav to make soup. "1 Q
1 laRCU Wholesome and nutritions, special at IOC
Fidi Ralle Norwegian Large, four-portion tins. On 1 Q
01 uauo special sale tomorrow, yriced at only, tin, OC
Cftam nf AAiiAaf Made of the choicest wheat 1 A
stream or vv neat groTO in the land speeial at 14c
OfPnCTPC Vajencias, sweet and juicy. These are of ex
Jl "llgca ceptionally good quality, special at, the dozen,
I pmnnc California, fancy grade, good size and of the
ICUlWia very best quality. Priced special at, the dozen,
Rlltf-fr "Butternut-" Portland Agents for the genuine.
"Uilcl Comes in standard 2-pound squares, priced at
Rll'ttr "Grizzly Bfuff " Portland Agents for the origin
UUUC1 al. The regular 2-pound rolls, special at only
Riittoi "Baanet Hall." Packed in 3-pound Q I Qfi
stone jars. The sanitary way. Jar, J J-iPS 7PC
The largest sanitary delicacy department in the city Deliclong sweets in
candy department Coffee Pake and Snails from Onr Bake Shop daily.
TURNER IS MECCA
Thousands Attend Christian
$7419.47 RAISED IN YEAR
Organized In 1878 With SO Build
in gs, This Xuraber Has Increased
to IS 2, Embracing Member
ship of 10,000 Souls.
TURNER. Or, June t. (Special.)
The Oregon Christian Missionary Con
vention is in session here this week.
It opened June It and will adjourn
The spacious camping- grounds where
the tabernacle is located Is a well
populated tent city, and the facilities
Cor camp life In the beautiful crores.
through which flows an abundant
stream from Mill Creek, make it a de
lightful location for a large gathering.
The homes of all accommodating Tur
ner cltlxens are taxed to their capac
ity with guests. Nearly 500 visitors
in regular attendance are noted in the
boeks this year.
Besides the delegates from all of the
Christian churches of the state, hun
dreds of visitors are in attendance.
Sermons and addresses by speakers of
National reputation are on the pro
gramme. The large tabernacle, with a seating
capacity of S0OO people, la daily show
ing Increasing attendance. The open
ing day nearly 1000 were present, and
it is expected that between 2000 and
3000 people will' be present at the
The history of the Oregon Christian
Missionary Convention is an inter
esting epoch of Oregon pioneer days.
Organised in 1878, at Dallas, for the
purpose of extending Its work through
out the state, the meetings at that
time comprised 30 churches. There are
now 132 churches, with a membership
of 20,000. Fifteen new churches have
since been built and 10 new congrega
tions organized during the past year,
and 87,419.47 raised for state missions.
H. L. Turner and Mrs. Turner, pio
neer settlers, after whom this town
was named, donated six acres of
ground to the Marlon County Associa
tion many years ago. Oeorge Tur
ner, Mrs. C. A. Davis and Lewis H.
Turner, in 1891, built on a four-acre
tract a large tabernacle.
I I 0 It 1
TABERSfACLK OF OREGON CHRIST? A3f MISSIONARY SOCIETY AT
JUDGE IS GRILLED
Hanford Scored in Hearing at
PERSONAL HABITS TOLD
Detective and City Weig-bmaster Say
' They Have Seen Jurist In Intoxi
cated Condition Inquiry
Continues on Monday.
SEATTLE. 'Wash., June 2. The
House judiciary sub -committee that is
Investigating the conduct of United
States District Judge Cornelius H.
Hanford today concluded its inquiry
into the disfranchisement of Leonard
Olsson, the Tacoma Socialist, and
called witnesses to testify to the
judge's personal habits.
A. M. Olson, a detective, was the
first of those witnesses summoned,
without previous warning to him, and
be protested against testifying, saying
that his Investigation had been con
ducted last Fall; that his memory of
what he learned was somewhat indis
tinct, and that he should be permitted
to consult his notes which were turned
in daily to the detective agency. The
committee excused him until Monday,
Olson testified, however, in part:
''"One evening I followed Judge Han
ford from the time he left a barroom
on Second avenue until be arrived at
his home, 15 minutes later. He did
not stagger when he walked to the
car that carried him home, nor when
he walked from the car to his door,
but on the car he was apparently un
der the Influence of some intoxicant.
"My personal impression is that the
judge was intoxicated, but at the same
time it is possible that his condition
was due to sleepiness or heavy work."
Witness told of two other occasions
when he had seen Judge Hanford ap
John Bathurst, a city welghmaster,
who acknowledged that he was preju
diced against Hanford for his decis
ions on the bench, testified that about
( o'clock one Sunday evening last Au
tumn he saw Judge Hanford emerge
from the Rainier Club and walk north
on Fourth avenue, staggering from one
side of the broad walk to the other,
and once stepping into the roadway,
but recovering himself.
"He was either very drunk or very
111," said the witness. Two girls saw
the judge and turned and laughed at
him, Bathurst testified. One day
said the witness, he bad seen Judge
Hanford apparently drunk.
BANKERS VISIT OLYMPIA
Financier After Tacoma Confer
ence Call on Governor Hay.
OLYMPIA, Wash, June t, Spe
cial.) Olympia was visited today by
more than 100 Washington bankers
attending the state convention. In Ta
coma. On reaching the city this morn
ing by boat, the visitors were taken
to the executive mansion in automo
biles, and were there entertained by
Governor and Mrs. M. E. Hay. At the
conclusion of the reception the guests
were escorted to the City Park at
Priest Point; where luncheon was
served. This was prepared by the
Elks and 600 guests were present. One
of the features was the festive geoduck,
a delicacy which is found only about
Olympia, and was unfamiliar to most
of the visitors except through the
Patriotic and popular selections were
rendered by the Olympia band. The
tables were set in a grove of trees in
the park, and were tastefully decor
ated with flowers, while flags and"
bunting were draped among the trees.'
Cnpid Active In Linn County.
ALBANY, Or., June 29. (Special.)
Cupid has been very busy in Linn"1
County this month and a total of84'
marriage licenses have been Issued at
the County Clerk's office here since
June 1. . This is an unusually large -number
for one month in this countyn
June Is always a big wedding month ;
here, but the number thus far Issued Z
already exceeds last year's record for
June by seven. - . 5
The Best Remedy for Rheumatiara:
f in an forms 2
Warner- Safe Rheumatic Remedy Hi
j5r Rheomatum it caused primarily by the failure of the kidneys j
io case enc one acta out or tne Diooa. J. fcii remedy :E5
it most effective in expelling the uric acid froth the i
system, thereby remoring the rheumatic pain and
eumiDaung au traces of tne disease.
Tks OLD ORIGINAL Wamm'i Sni Cook Book, umt im
thmammtM ofkeM, ma U mmtpattfU am netft &f ttmtu
Warner's SU Rataed! Cos,
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