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About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1912)
SPORTING AND MARKBT
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VOL. XXXI. - SUNDAY MORNING. rORTLAND, OREGON, OCTOBER 27, 191S. Q. 43.
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Your good fortune to share in ihls trimmed hat sale is limited
to that number of shrewd buyers fortunate enough to secure one
of these hats. ' "
The total number of hats on sale figures to about 200. Of these
120 came to us from a New York importer and have never been
In order to participate in the wonderful opportunity of
fered by this sale of trimmed hats, we urge an early morning
visit to our millinery department.
Yovl liave Never Seen
Such an Elaborate Exhibition
At Such an Extraordinary Price
Imported and Our Own Creations
Sel ing From $15.00 to $25.00
. Monday, $7.95 '
lour hats large hats with low crowns and brims drooping on the sides
lrbans in-short, every style in vogue will be found in this 'exhibit.
Many of these hats are elegantly trimmed with oflrtch, aigrettes and rich velvet inmmings.
The number of hats in this sale being limited and as there are no duplicates and with the price reduc
tion so extraordinary we are compelled to restrict approbation, C. O. D. and mail orders.
-No hats will be reserved or laid aside. This in justice to our other patrons who wish to avail themselves
this remarkable offering. second Floor
The Modart corset creates a beautiful
and graceful figure.
The front-laced Modart gives you the
qualities of comfort, grace and health
fulness to an extent you've never believed
The first time you try on a front-laced
Modart corset compare it carefully with
iie corset youve been wearing.
LOOK FOR STYLE
You'll see it in every line.
LOOK FOR COMFORT
You'll feel it in every curve.
LOOK FOR QUALITY
It's there in materials and workman-
Be fitted to a Modart Cor sit then
Use your OWn good judgment. Fourth Floor
UwW Qfnr U now stocked with superb holiday
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gifts in fine jewelry and silverware. ,
THE BRIGHTEST GLMS
in th:s great gift store are SAFETY, SERVICE
Without them superb holiday displays of jewelry, silver
near and rvalches would he of Utile value, for more than
almost anything etTe the worth of the gift of jewelry depends
upon the worth of the store that sells it.
Our guarantee for the merit of every article this wonder
fully diversified stock contains. Expert service, to advise
and assist you m ine cnoice oj me giji wui
all others you are anxious 10 pereci.
W f mi' nnm receive a deposit and lay
i,jv aside such selections as you may wish us
to hold for Xmas delivery.
Waists Drawn From Models on Sale
j2oi?eitp atst pedals $5
Copies From Imported Models
While it was difficult to forecast with any
degree of certainty what waists would be in
vogue for Winter, the styles are now de
finitely set. And the waists on sale tomorrow
are the last note in blouse fashions
They are copies of imported models. These are
reproduced in the same materials in the same
styles, but escape the heavy import duty.
They are made in the new ruffled and lace-trimmed styles
with Robespierre and novelty collars.
Crepe de chine, shadow lace, brocaded silks, chiffon over
lace, net or silk, imported hand-made waists and lingerie waists.
In white, black, navv, taupe, gray, light blue. pink, wine
and brOWn. Third Floor
lJ - . kl T Rot;f,il Infante' Wpar
Room Size Bxgs at Lowest Prices
Every standard make of room-size rugs can be found in our com
plete rug section the prices are the lovest in the city. Wiltons.
Body Brussels and Axminster rugs.
In a wonderful variety of beautiful patterns in Oriental and
conventional designs and small, neat patterns. These rugs are
especially suitable for living-rooms and dining-rooms in tans and
Body Brussels Rugs, size 9 by 1 2, price ...... f26.S0
Bigelow Axminster Rugs, size 9 by 12, price, f 27.50
Wilton Rugs, size 9 by 12, price.. .. ..... 7.50
i Anglo-Persian Wilton Rugs, size 9 by 12.. .f 57.00
New Auto and Traveling Bus
NeWt handsome patterns b a large assortment of Scotch plaid
designs in blue, tan, brown and green combinations. All are made
from selected quality of long wool, firmly woven. Weight from
3 to 5 pounds, measuring from 60 to 72 inches.
Prices $3.S5, $6.50, $7.95, $9.75, $12.95.
Visit the Oriental Rug Bazaar
An elaborate exposition of these wonderful Persian and Turkish rugs
is here for your pleasure. You can spend an interesting hour whether you
care to purchase or not. Our rug buyer, an Armenian, will be pleased to
interest you in Oriental rug lore. Fifth Floor
One-piece styles of good
quality velveteen in black, navy
and brown. Made with .com
bination colored pan velvet col
lar and cuffs. Plaited satin gir
dle with sash effect and piped
Priced at $20.00
Another one-piece style in
navy and brown also of vel
veteen and corduroy. Made
with low necks and trimmed
with macrame collar. The front,
back and sleeves are trimmed
with wide silk braid and fine
crochet buttons. Plaited satin
belt with silk buckle and satin
piped long sleeves.
Priced at $27.50
Another one-piece dress,
strictly tailored, of fine quality
pile velveteen or corduroy.
Open front, made in three new
models with high neck, square
collar and Robespierre collar
effects Some have lace yokes
and braid trimmings, others are
trimmed with Roman striped
silk and fancy buttons.
Priced $30 and $32.50
A novelty style coat of fine
imported materials in plain and
fancy colors. Made in many
different new styles in trimmed
and plain tailored effects.
The fashionable fabric
for afternoon and evening
gowns, cloaks and wraps. A
new line has 'just been re
ceived and comes 31 inches
Price $3.50 Yard
Have you ever teste d the
efficiency of our hosiery and
knit underwear departments?
The next time you need hos
iery or knit underwear for your
self, your daughters oTr your
children try this store. We are
so much better equipped to meet
your every demand that if you
supply your requirements once
need never give your hosiery or
underwear needs another
Our stocks of hosiery and un
derwear are so much more com
prehensive, so much morevaried
and so much greater than other
stores that comparison is super
fluous. In no departments in this new
store has" our increase in patron-
age been so noticeable as in hos
iery and underwear. As a' na
tional advertisement says:
There must be a reason.
"Wearwelt" Hosiery for Children
"Wearweir Hosiery for Boys
, "Wearweir Hosiery for Girls
"Wearwelt" Hosiery for Women
"Wearuell" Hosiery is everything the
name implies. You buy it with our guar,
antee. We make good every complaint.
Beautiful Infante' Wear
.-. At Half Price
You'll find a great many advantages to you in this sale of
infants wear. . -
FIRST they are show-room samples from the foremost
maker of dainty infants garments.
SECOND being show-room samples the most careful at
tention that they may show off to the best advantage was paid
to the style, tailoring and the modeling of these exquisite little
THIRD having purchased the entire exhibit vye secured
a price concession that enables us to offer the following articles
at HALF regular prices.
' LONG AND SHORT SKIRTS .
The long skirts have waists, and the short skirts have
either short or long waists. Finished with deep hem,
hemstitched or cluster tucks, embroidery and tucks, or
lace and embroidery insertion.
75c Skirts, special. .38c $1.50 Skirts, special 75c
$1.00 Skirts, special 50c $2 Skirts, special .$1.00
$1.25 Skirts, special 63c $4 Skirts, special . $2.00
LONG SLIPS AND DRESSES
Made of light sheer and soft materials with round,
square and V-shape necks. Yokes formed of fine
cluster tucking, dainty insertion of lace and embroidery
and medallions. Deep hem at the bottom, cluster tucks,
lace and embroidery insertion.
75c Dresses, special. 38c $1.50 Dresses, spl. . .75c
$1.00 Dresses, spl.. .50c $1.75 Dresses, spl.. .88c
$1.25 Dresses, spl. . . 63c $2.25 Dresses, spl. $1.13
SHORT SLIPS AND DRESSES
Made of fine nain
sook combined with
dainty lace or em
broidery insertion and
medal lions forming
yoke. The skirts are
finished with lace
or cluster tucks.
These dresses are
made in long-waisted
French styles,- yoke
styles and Gretchen
styles. Some straight
Russian, Buster styles.
Sizes 6 months to 3 ys.
75c Garments at 38c
$1.25, Garments . 63c
$1.10 Garments. 55c
$1.50 Garments .75c
$2.00 Garm'ts $1.00
S2.75 Garm'ts $1.38
$7.50 Garm'ts $3.75
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"I dropped in to see Molly this
afternoon," remarked the girl with
the blue suit. "She was as busy as a
bee. Did you know that she makes
all of those stunning gowns of hers
The girl with the "fuchsia" bow
in her hat turned with interest. "You
don't mean it," she exclaimed.
"Why, how does she manage it?"
The girl in blue nodded sagely.
"She does,she repeated with em
phasis; "she has a fold-up sewing
machine in her apartment that van
ishes and becomes a pretty little cabi
nett when not in use. It's so con
venient in a tiny apartment. A regu
lar undisguised sewing machine
would completely spoil her room,
while this affair, when she finishes her
sewing, is simply converted into a
stand for her palm. Besides, it's an
excellent machine. It makes a beau
tiful chain stitch, and there is a lock
stitch attachment, too. ' Molly says
she wouldn't have any other kind."
There are hundreds of women
whose opinion of the "Domestic
Sewing Machine is the same. Two
kinds of stitching the smooth, per
fect chain stitch for the tailor-made
seams, and the sure unraveling lock
stitch for the places where there is
apt to be a strain.
Of course, there are other things
that the Domestic machine can do,
which any seamstress, when once
she has tried them, will find abso
lutely essential to her comfort and
In a quiet, pleasant place on the
fifth floor these perfectly adjusted
machines are being shown and dem
onstrated. They are made in a great
variety of materials and in both the
ordinary "lift and drop" head de-.
"sign and the new disappearing va
riety. These machines are sold ex
clusively by Lipman, Wolfe & Co.,
and can be purchased for $1.00
down, the balance at $1.00 a week.
These Machines are sold ex
clusively by Lipman, Wolfe &
Co., and can be purchased for
$1.00 down, the balance may be
paid at $1.00 a week. They also
deliver the machine to you upon
the first payment of $1.00.
Perhaps it is given only to the con
noisseur to know that the Mexican
and Japanese embroideries are slow
ly but surely losing their vogue,- arrl
the heavier, more conventional de
signs from Spain and the Madeira
Islands are taking their place.
In the household linen department
in the basement you will find
a number of these beautiful new
things all sizes from table covers
and lunch cloths down to tiny doilies.
The delicate eyelet work which is
so popular at present is so perfectly
done as to almost lead us to say, with
the scorn of superior knowledge:
"These are machine made." But turn
them over, madame; there is proof
positive in the fastenings on the re
verse side that each stitch was taken
with infinite care by these painstak
ing needlewomen of the old world.
One of ihe pleasantest little spots
you could well imagine is the clock
corner near the Alder-street entrance.
Rows of shining "tick-tocks" pre
sent their round, cheerful faces to
view all sizes big clocks, little
clocks and tiny affairs that scarcely
merit the dignity of that name. Even
the alarm clocks to be found here
And,. by the' way, there is a dis
tinctly, different alarm clock here,
which in appearance is a radical de
parture from the too familiar kind
which was wont to grace our bed
rooms. This little clock is plain and
serviceable, but decidedly attractive
in outline Ask to see "The Sphere"
and "The Circle" at the clock counter.
For those fluffy bits of dusty lint
that are forever to be found eluding
pursuit in the corners of our hard'
wood floors, there is a new mop
which has been treated with a resin'
ous preparation so that it catches
and imprisons the dust in a most ad
mirable manner. In the household
convenience department at the foot
of the stairs in the lower basement.