The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, November 03, 1912, Page 3, Image 3

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Chicago Woman Arraigns Fair
Sex of Europe for Im
modesty in Dress.
Politics "ot for Her, Slie Asserts
Annual Denial Also Made That
Her Home Will Be Sold
and Hotel Erected.
CHICAGO. Nov.., 2. (Special.') "In
Europe the prevailing styles tor wo
men are Just as ridiculous and outre
as ever. Modesty seemingly has been
lost sight of In the desire to get the
htiarre effects. Many nf the costumes
worn by women m Europe as I have
seen them are dlsgraceiui. 10 pm
mildly." .
This was the message brought back
to Chicago today by Mrs. Potter palmer.
"Is there any cure for these extreme
styles?" she was asked.
"I'm sure I do not know." was the
laughing answer. I suppose, though,
that we women will have to go around
In a circle Just as we always do and
that things gradually will right them
selves. More Sensible Gowns Hoped For.
"I hope that In a short time women's
gowns will be built on better lines and
not according to prevailing styles. I
hope that women will become more sen
sible In their ideas of dress and that
gradually tbey will learn to pay less
attention to the modes of the minute
and more to the cut of gowns that will
best suit the individually of each wo
man. That change is coming. I think.
The day of the present extreme style,
to say nothing of the immodest style,
will soon be ended."
"How about election, Mrs. Palmer!
Are you a 'Moosette"?'
Mr. Palmer Sot "Moosette." -
"Mercy, no." she shouted. "Don't
acuse me of being that. Why should
vouT Please do not ask me to discuss
politics. I am not a politician.
"Another thing." she continued.
Please make the annual denial that
our home here 1b to be sold and that a
hotel is going up on the site. It is
not going to be sold and I never have
had any Intention of selling It. It Is
home for me.
"I see. too, that In my absence 1
have been accused of being a follower
of Hanlsh. I am not. I attended one
of his lectures once, and that was all.
I was not interested In the man or his
Milwuukie Woman's Wedding Trip
Will Be to Land Show Towns.
OREGON CITY. Or., Nov. 2. Sp-'
rial ) O. E. Freytag. who has charge
of the Oregon exhibit at the big land
show In Minneapolis, and Mrs. M. A.
Armstrong, of Milwaukle. were married
in Tortland today at the home of Rev.
and Mrs T. F. Bowen, Rev. Bowen.
who formerly was pastor of St. Paul's
Episcopal Church In this city, offi
ciating. They left m the evening for
Minneapolis to arrange the Oregon ex
hibit at the land show which will be
gin In a few days. They also will at
tend the land shows in Chicago and
Mrs. Freytag has lived In MHwaukie
two years. She had charge of the poul
try department at the recent Clacka
mas Countv fair, and has a poultry
ranch at Milwaukle. She moved to
MHwaukie from Spokane, her former
husband having been a surgeon in the
employ of the Great Northern Rail
road. Mr. Freytag Is secretary of the
publicity committee of the Oregon City
Commercial Club, and formerly was in
the real estate business.1 He also is
fruit Inspector of Clackamas County.
Government Knplnccrs With Chief to
View Snake and Columbia.
J,KWISTOX. Idaho. Nov. 2. (Spe
cial.) Captain S. V. Winslow. Govern
ment engineer In charge of the dredge
Vmatilla on the Columbia River, this
month will make a trip of Inspection
of the Snake and Columbia Rivers
from Celllo to Five Mile Rapids,, on
the Pnake. in company with General
Blxby. chief of the United States en
gineering corp."". St Washington, D. C:
Captain H. A. Roberts, in charge of
the work on the Cclilo Canal, and
Maior Cavanaugh.
The trip looks to the future improve
ment of the two rivers, now occupying
wide attention of the Columbia and
Snake River basins, for thocc who
are interested In the opening of the
Celllo Canal by 1915 and the Immediate
Improvement of the Snake and Colum
bia Rivers.
f will do all In my power." stated
Captain Winslow, In a letter to the
I-ewiston Commercial Club, "to demon
strate with what ease steamers can
navigate on the Snake and Columbia
Lass or 13 Refuses to Honor Stars
and Stripes at Salt Lake.
SALT LAKE CITY. Nov. 2. The per.
rlstent refusal of Lena Etler. aged IS,
to salute the American flag and recite
a patriotic formula, led to her suspen
sion from the Franklin public school
"I don't want to salute any flag."
said the child, "but If I must I will
salute the Socialist flag, which stands
for liberty and Justice."
Deposited by Novem
ber 5th bear interest
at 4 per cent from the
first. Any sum from
$1.00 up starts it.
You can open a
Check Account with
out restrictions as to -amount
you deposit.
Your patronage
will be appreciated.
Sixth and Washington Sts.
Open Saturday Evebings 6 to 8
a week ago at her home here. The
operation lasted more than two hours.
Two men, whose Identity was not
disclosed, supplied the blood, which was
transferred to Mrs. Pinkerton s veins.
Mrs. Pinkerton had been suffering
from anemia for some time. She is said
to have Improved steadily since the
operation. 1
Ruins Now Searched for Body of
Mrs. C. K. McFadden St. Louis
Financier Also .Killed.
ST. LOUIS. Mo., Nov. 2. The second
body found this afternoon In the ruins
of Berlin Hotel, which was destroyed
by Are early today, was identified to
night as that of Mrs. Helen Harrlng-ton-Shepard-Conley-Abeles,
former ac
tress and stenographer and divorced
wife of James Abeles, son of a wealthy
St. Louis family.
The body was first Identified as that
of Mrs. C. K. McFadden. a patron of
the hotel and tonight the ruins were
searched for Mrs. McFadden's body, as
she has not been seen since the Are.
Mrs. Abeles was married three times.
She and Abeles separated and later she
had him arrested on an abandonment
charge. The case was dropped and
the suit against her father-in-law was
dismissed after a settlement was
reached. Later Abeles obtained a di
vorce. Mrs. McFadden lived in a room ad
Joining that of Mrs. Abeles and that
part of the building collapsed soon af
ter the fire started.
W. C Douglas, a St. Louis financier,
was also burned to death in the hotel
fire and 20 persons were injured.
Moclils-tlan and Quechuttenango Re
port Large Death List.
TIXTLA. Guerrero, Mexico. Nov. 2.
The towns of Mochlstlan and Quechut
tenango, near here, were almost de
stroyed Thursday by a flood, resulting
from torrential rains.
Refugees report that a quarter of the
population perished.
Daughter of Late President Chester
A. Arthur Has Operation.
MOUNT KISCO, N. T., Nov. 2. An
' operation for the transmission of blood
was performed, it was learned today,
upon Mrs. Charles Pinkerton, daughter
of tbe late President Cheater A, Arthur,
City of Panama Reported to Have
Arrived Sarely at Acapulco. v
SAN JUAN DEL SUR. Nicaragua, Nov.
2. A wireless dispatch from Acapulco
says the Pacific Mall steamer City of
Panama has arrived there without suf
fering injury from the hurricane.
Fourteen iron lighters which were
sunk in the harbor by the hurricane
are being raised.
CT5 ft
The uncertainties of Autumn
weather have caused an epidemic of
Influenza and Coryza, according to
the Health Department.
It especially affects persons of ad
vanced age and men and women whose
constitutions had been previously
weakened.. -
It is known by lassitude, shiverings,
weight in the head, sneezing, watery
eyes, obstruction of nostrils, followed
by cough, hoarseness and sore throat,
pains and soreness of limbs, fever,
loss of appetite.
It la not wfcea the body la hot, bat
when It la cooling that It la moat sus
ceptible. Dr. Humphreys' "Seventy-seven"
preoccupies the system, prevents and
breaks up the Cold. All Druggists,
23c, or mailed.
Humphreys' Homeo. Madlcln Co., Con
William and Ann Streets. New Tork.
Um talks Titttr, tall Mesa. Pra-ita. Mik-Cnst,
Wstsias Ikia, rtsj
ben I say cured. 1 mean just what I r-C-D R-E-D,
and not morel r patched op for awhile, to return
won than before. Remember I make this broad
statement after puttlnir ten years of my time on thla
one disease and hand line In the meao-Uma a quarter
of a million casta of this dreadful disease. ow, I
do not care what all jou bare used, nor how many
doctors have told yon that yon could not be en red
ill I ask Is Just a cbance to show you that I know
what I am talkln about. Ifjoa will write me TO
DAY. I will .end too. a FREE TRIALol mj mild,
toothing-, ruaranteed cure that will convince yon
more In a day than I or anyone else could In a
month'a time. If you ar dlwuited and dlatoaraird,
I dare you to give ma a chance to prove my claims.
By writing me to-day yon will enjoy more real com
fort than you had ever thought thla world hotda for
you. Jiisttrr Itand jouwlU see I am tellinf you
the truth.
Dr. J. E. Caaaadar. 557 Ptrk Sow. Sedans. Ha.
am.: TMrt HI nail . SM.. al.
Ceald jwa d a better act than to aid thia swuaateaaa
poor Sudani mt Ecsaaal
Principal Portland Agents for The Ladies' Home Journal Patterns, in All StyUs and Sizes at 10c and 15c Each
Mail Orders Promptly andCaefully Pilled-Express Prepaid on $5.00 Purchases Within 100 Miles of Portland
High-Grade, All-Wool Dress Goods.
$2.00 Grade $1.50.
56-inch wide wale diagonals, in two
toned effects heavy Scotch mixtures,
double-weight tweeds,plainand novel
tv cheviots, etc.; shown in the new
shades of gray, tan,' brown, blue, etc.;
high-grade, pure wool fabrics of $2.00
quality, priced at .$1.50
The Most in Value, The Best in Quality
High-Grade All Wool Dress Goods.
$1.50 Grade 98c.
50 to 56-inch new mannish mixtures,
in heavy tweeds, cheviots, Scotch ef
fects; wide-wale diagonals, double
faced cheviots, etc.; fine, extra heavy,
warranted all wool fabrics, shown in
any wanted color; best $1.50 quality,
priced for this sale at. 98
Hovemfeer Sale Seasonable Merchandise
The Store of Economy Where Dollars Count for Full Value
On Mondav mornin- next November th, our doors swing wide, revealing rare economies, and while you always eagerly anticipate the
recui this year the keenest expectations are warranted by the variety and value-desire will be gratified in
SlS measure than Tver before As we write these words busy hands are opening cases from mills and makers .hose productions set
the Standard bv which the worth 'of similar merchandise is gauged so that at the opening hour-8:30-we may offer SERVICE and not
excuses So thTt with many happy surprises here there sliall be few, if any, disappointments. So that you may more than ever know this
as ' The Store of Eveiy-lJay economy wnere iuiicti vuuuu A tx sc.
Sale of .
Made of fine heavy qual
ity flannel, shown in doz
ens of pretty styles, neat
ly trimmed, regu- r7C
lar $1.25 values at
A very fine line of Wom
en's Gowns that are up-to-date
in every way and
just what is needed for
these cold nights. Made
of fine heavy quality out
ing flannel in plain white
or neat pink and blue
striped effect. Dozens of
dainty styles to choose
from. Some are finished
with neat turnover col
lars; others have military
collars or V-shaped neck.
All come very full and are
neatly trimmed. Regular
$1.25 value, at the HTtn
Special Sale price Oi
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-m Special V aiues in nonsenoia juinens
A great collection of Linen Specials, all new pat-
-er terns, DOUgui tins season eajcuianj' iui tj-u.o ocuo.
M, All are dependable in quality, guaranteed by us
to give peirect sausiacLiun. xms is juux ujjuj.
tunity to secure a generous supply.'
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p-y &i '-ij-Yw 'm
50c Damask, 42? An unusually well-wearing
Damask at a verv low price. Comes full 60 inches
wide, is full bleached and has a fine mer'ctrized fin
ish. Shown in a large variety of neat new designs.
Our leader at 50 cents a yrd, priced 42c
this sale at "V
Bleached Napkins, $1.35 Kind, 95c Dozen 100 doz
en Bleached Napkins, of good size and quality. They
come 20 by 20 inches and shown in neat patterns.
Regular $i.35 kind, priced this sale 95 C
at, the dozen
22-inch Napkins to match, dozen, $3.00
Natural Linen Crash for Fancy Work All
Widths Underpriced
18-inch Crash, yard 1S to 25
20-inch Crash, yard 22 to 30
36-inch Crash, yard 25 to 65g
54-inch at .50 72-inch at . . .$l.o
Plain White Linens A Full Showing -
36-inch Linens, yard 35 to $1.00
45-inch Linen's, yard : 60 to $1.00
75c Damask, 59 One of the best values we have
ever been able to offer. . Full-Bleached Damask of
excellent quality. Comes full 70 inches wide and
shown in fifteen different designs. Regular 75c
quality, priced for this sale at Qr
only, the yard JJt
Lunch Cloths, $1.25 Grade, 98c Each One-half
Bleached German Linen Lunch Cloths, 63 inches
square, finished with hemmed and open-Avork bor
ders, regularly $1.25 grade, priced QRr
for this sale at only
18-inch Mercerized Napkins, dozen, $1.00
Plain and Fancy Linen Huck All Widths and All
15-inch Huck, vard 75
18-inch Huck, yard 17? to 50
20-inch Huck, vard .50 to 95
24-inch Huck, yard ....50? to 60
Handkerchief Linens Qualities to Suit All
Fine Sheer Linens, a yard from . . .50 up to $1.75
Cambric Linens, yard .50 to $1.25
An Unsurpassed Showing- of
These are suits that for quality, correctness of style, finish and
workmanship can hardly be equalled elsewhere. They come, in a
large range of styles and colors navy blue, brown, tan, gray and
mixtures. Materials are serges, new English weaves, diagonals, etc.
There are all sizes in the .lot with a showing for small women and in
extra large sizes.
. Most Unusual Values in
Women's Coats at $8.50 to $25
Some more new Coats have just arrived. Coats that stand for Winter
comfort and for style and individuality are unequaled. Handsome
garments of chinchillas, zibelines, boucles, plushes, etc. They are
shown in all sizes, all colors and all styles at extremely moderate
prices. "
Women's Silk Waists at $2.48
52.98 Up to S5.90
A most extraordinary showing. Sample lines Women's Silk Waists.
We were verv fortunate in securing from prominent New York man
ufacturers three large sample lines of silk and chiffon waists lines
that rem-esent the biersrest and best in America. Everything new in
fancy waists'is incAuded here. All colors, but only one of a kind. Materials are messalines,
peau de soie, chiffo.V, taffeta, fancy silks, crepes, changeable silks, etc. Bargains, every one
of them. ,
Sale of Handsome Met Veils
Shown 21 inches' wide and 1 yards long.; Large Mesh Silk Veils, regular $1.75 val- Qgc
ues, on Monday each . . ' .
A very choice offering of ready-made net veils that are made of all silk, finished with deep
shadow border. Come in the large mesh and are full 21 inches wide and 1 yards long: Very
smart and attractive. Come in white only and sell regularly at $1.75 each. Priced QQq
for tomorrow's sale
W, Mr
Special Neck
Pieces and Muls
AVe guarantee the quality, correctness
of style, finish and workmanship of
ever' Fur piece Ave sell. If you want
Furs for comfort, for protection and
becomingness, you should come here,
for never has the range for choice been
so extensive.
French Coney Scarfs ' and
Neckpieces, $1.25 up to . .
French Coney Sets, $2.98,
$3.00 and up to
Marmot and Brook Mink
Sets up from
Scarfs and Neckpieces of
Jap mink, $12.50, $15 to
Scarfs and Neckpieces, black and d Q C
brown -fox, $7.50, $9.50 to. . .P
Beautiful Sets of Jap $1 Q CjA
Mink up from ? 1 V
Marmot and Brook Mink Scarfs and
Complete New Line of
Women's and Children's
Women's Hose, 3 Pairs $1.00 A splendid line of Women's Medium-Weight
Cotton Hose, made with Irish linen sole, double
garter top and high-spliced heel. Sizes Sy2 tp 10. 35 a pair,
or three pairs for $1.00. ,
Children's Hose, 3 Pairs 50t An excellent wearing Cotton
Stocking for boys, made with reinforced heel and toe and shown
in all sizes from 5 to 10." The kind sold regularly at 20c a pair,
on sale at 3 pairs for 50.
Complete New Line of
Knit', Underwear
Women's Wool Vests, Pants, Tights, at $1.00 Garment A full
showing of the celebrated Springfield Underwear for women.
Vests in high-neck, long-sleeve styles and Pants and Tights in
ankle length. Fine woolen garments in all sizes. Unmatchable
values at $1.00 a garment.
Women's Wool Vests, Pants, Tights, at $1.50 Garment Fine
all-wool, high-grade Vests, Pants and Tights in gray and in white.
Vests in several styles with high or low-neck and long or short
sleeves. Pants and. Tights in ankle length. All regular sizes;
unusually fine garments at $1.50.