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TTTE STTXDAY OREGOXIAN, PORTLAND, OCTOBER 27, 1912.
All Mail Orders Promptly and Carefully Filied-Express Prepaid on Purchases of $5.00 or Oyer
Within 100 Miles of Portland-Samples Mailed on Request-Store Open at 8;30 in the Morning
Women's All-Wool Union Suits
Priced at P&0J
High-grade, form-fitting, fine Woolen
Union Suits, shown in high-neck, long
sleeve style in ankle length and in all
sizes. They come in both white and
Misses' Cotton Fleeced Union Suits,
Priced at OUU
Made of the very best cotton and
nicely fleece-lined to insure warmth.
They come in high-neck, long-sleeve
style in ankle length in gray and
cream and in all sizes.
This Company pays inter
est as follows :
Time Certificates, for 1
Time Certificates,, for 6
Savings Accounts 4
10 days' call Certificate. 2
30 days' call Certificate. 3
90 days' call Certificate. 4
Deposits for indefinite
Collision in Votes-for-Womer
Restaurant Results in Is
suance of Summons.
TORIL COAT SLEEVE SHOWN
The Most in Value, The Best in Quality-
Trouble Comes Over Ten-Cent Piece
of Cake Mrs. Belmont Willing
to Go Into Court, but De
nies Damage Done.
- NEW YORK. Oct. 26. (Special)
Mrs. Alice Clancey. a milliner, at 467
Fifth avenue, today obtained a sum
mons directing Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont
to appear Monday in the Jefferson
Market Court, because, she says, Mrs.
Belmont pushed her away from the
rake counter of the Votes for Women
Restaurant at 18 East Forty-first
street. Mrs. Clancey says Mrs. Bel
mont pushed her with sufficient force
to tear the sleeve of her coat.
Mrs. Belmont denies that she did
anything more than to place her hand
on Mrs. Clancey's shoulder for a mo
ment and ask her to leave the coun
ter. The trouble all grew out of Mrs.
Clancey's desire for a 10-cent piece
of cake when she had a check calling
for only a 6-cent piece. She says she
should have had a 10-cent check en
titling her to the larger piece of cake,
for she had paid for such a check.
Mm. Belmont Shows No Feeling.
"I don't know this woman," Mrs.
Belmont said, as she arrived today at
the restaurant. "1 have no feeling
against her and If she serves me with
the summons "of course I am willing
to go to court. She made a disturb
ance at the counter. I heard her argu
ing with Mrs. Morgan, who was in
charge there. She was speaking and
gesticulating excitedly. I asked Mrs.
Morgan what was the trouble and she
Ik. miutimnf. U'.Tlttxl J 10-Cent
piece of cake and had only a 6-cent
" 'I am entitled to a 10-cent piece.'
Mrs. Clancey said to me, 1 paid for
It and I have been cheated.'
Trarlng of Sleeve Denied.
"I told her she must move away;
that she must leave the place. She
aid she would not and I told her
that, while I regretted, I would be
forced to call a policeman If she did
not go. I put my hand on her
shoulder and she became almost hys
terical. Then she walked over to the
table where she had been and went
out. I certainly did nothing which
could have torn her sleeve. If It is
torn It was torn In some other way."
Mrs. Clancey was still much excited
today when telling- her side of the
story. She showed a coat with a torn
sleeve, which, she said, she wore when
Mrs. Belmont thrust her away from
the cake counter on the second floor.
Mrs. Clancey Is Determined.
"I wanted a 10-cent piece of cake,"
she said, "and the girl said that 1
had only a 6-cent check. 1 told her
that I had bought 25 cents' worth of
checks and should have had a 10-cent
one left. If I did not have one, I told
her," I had 'been cheated.
"Mrs. Belmont came over then and
seized me and tore my sleeve when
she pushed me toward the door. There
were about 200 girls in the restaurant
when she told me If I did not go she
would put me out. I don't care about
the money, but I want satisfaction for
the way-I was treated."
When Mrs. Clancey went to Jeffer
son Market Court, Magistrate Murphy
refused a warrant, but issued a sum
mons, returnable Monday morning a,t
PORTLAND BOYS PRAISED
Government Bulletin Comments on
Success of Garden ContesU.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 26. (Special.)
The Department of Agriculture
will soon issue Bulletin 252, Office of
Experiment Stations, on Some Types of
Children's Garden Work, in which ap
pears the following reference to the
work in Portland, Or.:
"The schools of Portland have taken
no active part in the promotion of
agriculture or horticulture. While the
city is famous for Its civic pride and
some of the principals of the schools
encourage children to assist their par
ents in their home gardens, the mat
ter of interesting children In plant life
is left wholly to the parents or to the
"A young men's association of Port
land wields a strong influence among
the men and boys of the city along
many and varied lines. In 1910 the
association offered to teach every boy
in Portland to swim. Three thousand
boys received such instruction. Equal
ly as many responded to the call given
by the association through the public
schools. In 1911, to sign a contract to
enter a garden contest In growing
four vegetables and one flower at their
homes. In the judgment of the direct
or of the boys' work. J. W. Palmer, this
is the best work ever done by the as
sociation in Its efforts to reach the
"In this contest the plat cultivated
could not be less than 10 by 15 feet.
A registration fee was charged to
cover postage, cost of seeds and other
expenses. The contest was divided
into a Spring contest and a Fall one,
a registration fee of 60 cents being
charged If both were entered. Early
in the Spring a representative of the
Oregon Agricultural Experiment Sta
tion, at Corvallls, gave a course of
elementary talks to the boys. Seeds
were distributed, to be planted after
methods given .In the lecture course.
Each contestant was required to make
a report on blanks furnished by the as
sociation on the 1st and 15th of each
month. The report had to reach the
contest secretary within three days of
the stipulated time or credit was not
allowed on the score.
"These reports counted 30 points on
the prize awards.1 They could be sent
by mail or brought to the office by
the boy, the latter way counting 10
additional points, as It was felt that
personal delivery of the reports of
fered an opportunity for discussion
with the director. Every garden was
visited by the association secretaries
and judged, this counting an addition
al 40 points. An exhibition was held
at the end of each contest, no boy be
ing allowed to compete for a prize
unless he entered this exhibition."
DEPUTIES HUNT IN VAIN
Cretan Gang Who Fired on Miners
Elude Search in Hills.
BINGHAM. Utah, ' Oct. 26. A posse
of 100 deputy sheriffs continued their
search of the hills near here today
for the gang of 30 Cretans who fired
pa a Deputy Sheriff and several work
men yesterday. Two Greek miners
.periods can be accommodat
ed by one of above forms of
SAVINGS & TRUST
Sixth and Washington Sts.
Open Saturday Evenings,
6 to 8.
were arrested In a cafe here this after
noon. Both are said to have been im
plicated In the riot.
No further rioting has occurred and
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9fra. O. H. P. Belmont, Who Is to
Be Served With Summons on
Account of Clash in Votes-for-Women
the miners worked today without mo
lestation. The Utah Copper Company
now has about 1500 men at work. The
camp is producing about 75 per cent of
its normal output.
Launch Wrecked at Astoria.
ASTORIA, Or., Oct 26. The launch
Independence, while coming down the
river from a trip to the various fish
ing grounds yesterday, collided with a
rock near Tongue Point. A large hole
was stove In the bottom of the vessel
and she sank. The entire crew suc
ceeded in reaching the shore in safety
although one of their number had a
narrow eecape .from drowning.
Aged Astoria Resident Dies.
ASTORIA, Or.. Oct. 26. (Special.)
Louis Kirchhoff died at his homo here
last night after a short Illness with
pneumonia. The deceased was a, na
tive of Germany, 85 years of age, and
had resided in Astoria about 40 years.
The most severe attack of drip,
Cough, Cold or Sore Throat is broken
up by the use of "Seventy-seven"
without disturbing the system or up
setting the stomach, bowels or heil.
Guard against sudden changes tl.-it
are responsible for most Colds, carry
a vial of "Seventy-seven,"- take a
dose at the "first Reeling" of lati
tude and weakness and break up your
Hard, stubborn Colds that Imnj on
and will not yield to any other treat
ment are broken up by the persistent
use of "Seventy-seven."
A small vial of pleasant nel!ott, fits
the vest pocket. All druggists, 25c,
Hrnnphei-TB Home. Medicine Co., Cor.
William and Ann Street, Knr York. Advertisement.
Effective Home Remedy
It li ft serious matter when the lungs are
affected. A trip away or to a sanatorium
is not only expensive, but It Involves separ
ation from borne and friends. Some are
benefited, but few can safely return. Cck-
man's Alterative Is effective for home treat,
ment For example: ,
S31 S. Atlantic Ave., Haddonfleld. N. J.
"Gentlemen: In the Fall of 1905 I con
tracted a very severe cold, which settled on
my lungs. At last I began to raise sputum,
and my physician then told me I must go
to California Immediately. At this time I
was advised to take Eckman's Alterative. 1
stayed at home and commenced taking it the
last week in October. 1 began to improve,
and the first week In January, 1900, 1 re
sumed my regular occupation, having gained
25 pounds, fully restored to health. It is
now five years since my recovery has been
effected, and I cannot praise Eckman's Al
terative too highly. I have recommended It
with excellent results."
(Signed) TV. M. TATEJf.
Eckman's Alterative Is effective in Bron
chitis. Asthma, Hay Fever. Throat and
Lung- Troubles, and In upbuilding the sys
tem. Does not contain poisons, opiates or
habit-forming drags. For sale by The Owl
Drag Co. and other leading druggists. Ask
for booklet telling of recoveries, and -write
to Eckman Laboratory, Philadelphia, Fa
for additional evidence.
A Sale off Linens lor TJianksMviii
Lace Bands and
Wide Lace Bands, 65c
grade at, yard . .:. . .15
Regular 5c Torchon Lace
at, yard ....... 2Vf
and Christinas Is On
No Linen want need go unfilled. There is economy in these good Linens for
the household and fancy work. For one reason or another we can, and do,
make prices somewhat under the lowest that you are likely to pay for equally
good qualities. You have an endless assortment to choose from.
Beaded Chiffon and
Beaded Chiffon, double
width, 75c kind at... 48
Val Laces, best grade to
10c, at 5
45 Inch Flouncing'
Embroidery suitable for afternoon and evening
gowns, shown in baby Irish and Venise lace QQn
patterns; very best $2 quality. Tomorrow. Ot
A showing of thousands of yards Elegant 45-inch
Plauen Embroidery Flouncing which we were fortu
nate in securing from a prominent manufacturer at
a great price concession. High-class Embroidery left
from sets, that is the bands, galoons and narrow
widths of flouncing had been sold, hence his desire to
dispose of these beautiful pieces and we offer them to
you at a ridiculously low price. Full 27 and 45-inch
Embroidry Flouncing," shown in baby Irish and
Venise lace patterns, embroidered on fine sheer Per
sian lawn; that soft texture that drapes so prettily
and does not crush. The work runs half the length
of the flouncing and the patterns are exquisite.
Flouncing specially, suited for afternoon and even
ing gowns and not a piece in the lot worth QQ.
less than $2.00 a yard. Special at
Women's Lace Collars
Plauen and Venise Lace Collars in all new Aflf
shapes, $1.00 grades at... .Oi
Plauen and Venise Lace Collars in newest 7Qr
shapes, $1.50 grade at
Regular $1.50 grade Allover Lace at, yard . . . .48
Wide Lace Bands, $1.00 grade at, yard 39c"
Unsurpassed Values in Women's
Late Fall Suits and Coats
Fascinating New Styles, Practical Because They Make
"Winter Comfort Certain and Welcome
The prestige this store enjoys as a leader of style and value
x7Vvrvion ia floTrno-no Via illnsfrfifpd no more
forcibly than by its superior showing of Suits and Coats for
the season of. lyi-iyia. A most interesting ana auiuunut
tive collection is ready, and at prices made possible only be
cause our orders were placed with the largest manufacturers
at a time when work was slack. We guarantee the quality,
correctness of style, finish and workmanship of every Coat
or Suit we sell.
Women's Coats at $6.90, $7.50 to $25.00
Some decidedly effective models in Women's Coats. Each
Coat is featured by new ideas devised by makers whose posi
tion as arbiters of style is unassailable. Select as you will,
there is hardly a chance of meeting the duplicate face to face.
Handsome Coats of chinchillas, zibelines, boucles, plushes,
etc. They are shown in all sizes, all colors and all styles at
extremely moderate prices.
Women's Suits at $12.50, $15.00, $17.50 to $25.00
These handsome garments come in a large range of styles and
colors navy blue, brown, tan, gray and mixtures. Materials
are serges, new English weaves, diagonals, etc. Well made
and faultlessly finished, and not a Suit offered that Dairib
"Fashion has not stamped with critical approval. There are
all sizes in the lot, with a showing for small women and in extra large sizes.
Four Lots Table Linens Underpriced
This October Sale brings you easily in touch with the greatest values of the year.
In addition to regular lots of Household Linens we have added these specials:
Lot .3, at $1.25 Yard
72-inch All Pure Linen, Full-Bleached
Damask, shown in beautiful designs.
It is an extra heavy, very fine damask
underpriced at $1.25 a yard.
24-in. Napkins to match, dozen $4.00
Lot 4, at 50 Yard
60-inch Fine Mercerized Table Damaski
shown in a large variety of neat, new
designs. An extra good Damask for
18-in. Mercerized Napkins, doz., $1.00
Plain and Fancy Linen Huck
All Widths and All Prices
15-inch Huck, yard 25 to 75
18-inch Huck, yard 17 to 50
20-inch Huck, yard. . . . . .50 to 95
24-inch Huck, yard 50 to 60
Qualities to Suit All
Fine Sheer Linens, a yard from
50d utj to $1.75
Camb. Linens, yard. . . .50 to $1.25
Lot 1, 75 Yard
64-inch All Pure Linen, Full-Bleached
Damask, shown in a large variety of
neat designs; an unusually good Linen
at a very low price.
22-in. Napkins to match, dozen $2.50
Lot 2, $1.00 Yard
72-inch All Pure Linen, Full-Bleached
Damask, shown in over twenty differ
ent designs; an . excellent wearing
linen; our leader at one dollar a yard.
22-in. Napkins to match, dozen $3.00
Natural Linen Crash for Fancy Work
All Widths Underpriced
18-inch Crash, yard 18 to 25
20-inch Crash, yard. .... .22 to 30
36-inch Crash, yard. .... .25 to 65
54-inch at... 50 72-inch at. .$1.25
Plain White Linens
A Full Showing'
36-inch Linens, yard. . .35 to $1.00
45-inch Linens, yard. . .60 to $1.00
54-inch Linens, yard...75 to $1.00
You Can Practice Strict Economy by Buying Now and Here
j Tomorrow We Have Another Great
Sale Children's Shoes
Shown in both button and blucher styles.. Shoes
that are solid leather throughout, made with full
vamps and sole leather soles. Specially QQ-
priced for this sale a low price of, pair ft
For tomorrow we have another sale of Children's,
Misses' and Boys' Shoes, made of best quality
kid, gunmetal and box calf and shown in both button
and blucher styles. Good, well-made Shoes with
sole leather insoles and full vamp throughout. Come
in good late' styles, in sizes 6 to 2 for girls and 8i2 to
134 for boys. 'Twill pay you to take ad- QQ.
vantage. Special for this sale at sUv
Great Sale Jockey Boots
Sizes sy2 to 11, Priced at $1.75
Sizes 11 to 2, Priced at $1.98
Sizes 2y2 to 7, Priced at $2.25
You can't afford to miss this sale of Children's,
Misses' and Big Girls' Jockey Boots, in patent and
gunmetal, with cuff and tassel or plain on the new
short order. At the above prices you have extra
Women's Shoes in button and blucher, patent, vici
kid and gunmetal, all up-to-date patterns J 1 no
and all sizes, special for this sale plCOj
Popular Priced Corsets
See Morrison Street Window Display
The largest stock of popular
priced Corsets in the city.
Having no fitting-room, we
are under a good deal less ex
Dense than most houses, there-
fore we are in a position to
trive a better Corset for the
monev. and. ha vine: such a large selection of models,
we can suit almost any figure.
R. & G. Corsets at $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50
These Corsets come in medium long and extra long
skirt, with any height bust. They are made of best
grades of domestic and imported coutils, with lace
and embroidery trinimings, and have, extra good
grade hose supporters. Every Corset-guaranteed.
Merito Corsets at $1, $1.50, $2 to $3.50
These fine Corsets are made of domestic coutils, im
ported coutils and brocades, and have, genuine rust
proof boning and strong hose supporters. They are
trimmed with lace and embroidery and there's a
model to suit any figure at any price you wish to
pay. Every Corset "guaranteed.
Sale of Women's Knit Underwear
Women's Fine Wool Vests, Pants Vests shown in -high - neck, long- tq
sleeve styles, and Pants in ankle length best $1.00 grade, special price
We are confident that at the regular price, $1 a garment, you cannot duplicate
these Vests and Pants in quality. We know they are unmatchable.- bargains at
this sale price. These fine part-wool garments are of seasonable weight and
are guaranteed to give satisfaction in every way. Both Vests and Pants come
in all sizes and in gray and white. The Vests are shown in high-neck, long
sleeve stales and are neatly finished and trimmed. The Pants come in ankle
length and are made with snug-fitting waist. Supply a full season's 7Qf
needs of these $1 garments tomorrow at, garment
Fine Line Women's Fine Wool Vests, Pants and Tights
Gray and White Vests in high-neck, long-sleeve styles in all sizes. Both Pants
and Tights in ankle lengths in all sizes and in gray and white. d- rCk
All are unusually fine garments, each tauu
Women's All-Wool Vests, Pants, Tights, $1.25 Garment !
Unusually fine, All-Wool Vests, Pants and Tights. Correct Fall and Winter
weight garments in all sizes in gray and white. Vests in long-sleeve, high-neck
styles and Pants and Tights in ankle length. They are well-fitting, shape-retaining
garments that will please you in every way.
Fall and Winter-Weight All-Wool Vests, Pants, Tights
VESTS Low-neck, sleeveless style; low-neck, short-sleeve style,
high-neck, long-sleeve style, high-neck, short-sleeve style
WOMEN'S PANTS, TIGHTS Shown in ankle length in gray
and white and in all sizes