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THE SUNDAY OREGOmy. PORTLAND, . NOVEMBER
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Double WatcJi-Spring Steels in
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Are but one indication of the great wearing
quality which medium and stout women posi
tively must have in their corsets. Without
strength, support and the RENGO BELT re
ducing feature these garments would have
no claim for the special consideration of
stout women they would fail to hold their
shape they would break down and prove
most unsatisfactory. The fact that for seven
years they have grown in popularity and
made a crowning success is Droof that stout
'and medium women find lasting and satisfy
ing support and positive reduction in the ex
clusive features of Rengo Belt corsets.
There are models with and without Steelastic
webbing. When extra flexibility and added
support is desired, our exclusive "Steelastic"
will be found to possess superior strength
and wearing quality. The double watch
spring steels are guaranteed not to break or
rust. See the latest new styles at
A Model for Every
Figure at $2.00 and
$3.00 a Pair.
A New Shipment Just Received Including All Styles and All Sizes.
UNION SHOWS PRQFI
Raisin Growers Are Cited as
Example of Co-operatiori.
$500,000 MELON DIVIDED
Arthur M. CJeary Says Northwest
Prune Industry Should Take .
Similar Steps to Protect It
ecIC Against iiow Prices.
IOS ANGELES, Nov. 13. The 500.
OUO melon which the California Asso
ciated ItaiKingrowers have just divid
ed among their 6000 members indicates
the success ot the co-operative move
ment . among the raisin producers of
California, -which is now but four years
old. There are lessons which the prune
rrowers of the Pacific Northwest, as
welt as all other fruitgrowers there,
can gain from the magnificent success
that hns accompanied the united ef
forts of the raisin grapegrowers.
Before the California Associated Rai-
eingrowers was organized the raisin
Industry faced bankruptcy. The policy
of the packers at that time was to
ray the growers a low price and then
to stifle consumption by selling high,
(roirrra Own Stock.
The California Associated Raisin
jrowcrs is a $1. 000, 000 corporation, in
which the stock is owned mainly by
the growers. The great feat in the
organization of the corporation was
the raising of 1. 000.000, which freed
the growers from the grasp of the
Raisins, liko the box apples of the
I'acitie Northwest, cannot be fed to the
consuming public as rapidly as they
arrive from tho farms. With the
1. 000.000 capital the association of
raisingrowers is able to finance the
S rowers from year to year.
As soon as the raisins are delivered
from the vineyards the corporation
pay the growers 50 per cent of the
price at which they are bought and
Krves an interest-bearing note, whirli
can be discounted at the banks for the
unpaid portion of the purchase Drice.
These notes may be for 60 days or for
mx months as the needs of the asso
Price Advanced One Cent.
The price paid for the raisins in the
cweatbox, just as they come from, the
field, is a cent a pound more than was
paid by the packers just before the
association was formed.
The California Associated Raisin
growers grades, packs, advertises and
sells the raisins. The profit, which
comes, from grading and packing, goes
to the corporation and returns to the
growers in the form of dividends upon
A great accomplishment of the as
sociation has been to widen distribu
tion and increase consumption. Up to
this time the jobbers have been used
to distribute the crop: but the tendency
at the present time is to work towards
reaching the retailer and even the con
turner direct. The association adver
tises extensively in National maga
y.ines. Kighty per cent of the grow
ers are in the asociation. and the stock
books are closed.
Prune InduBtrr la other Cilrrmr.
The dried purne industry of Oregon
and Washington is an example of one
uusmeos in wnich the growers suffer
from lack of organization and from
the attendant low prices and lack of
ior ineir product. The high
class evaporated prune of the North
west has been forced into the same
class with the withered, sun-dried
brother from California. No boarding
house keeper dares place a dish of
prunes upon the table twice in the
tamo week without an apology
The fine grade Oregon Italian prune
could be rescued from this undeserved
odium. Statistics as to the comparative
food value of the dried prune and in
formation as to the care used in the
process of drying it and as to meth
ods of cookins It would soon give the
Oregon and Washington dried prune
its proper place. There would be a
general improvement in prices from
the increased demand created, especial
ly if a strong organization was formed
to deal with the brokers and packers.
CHEHALIS MASONS HOSTS
Lodges of Lewis County Are Enter
tained at Big Banquet.
CHEHALIS. Wash.. Nov. 13. fSDe-
cial.) -The biggest social event in this
section for the season was a banquet
tendered last night by the Chehalis
Masonic Lodge to the various Masonic
lodges -of Lwis County. It is esti
mated that about 400 people enjoyed
the hospitality of the Chehalis Masons
on this occasion, every lodge in the
county being represented, many by
Herman Allen, a well-known Che
halis attorney, presided as toastmaster.
B. Coffman responded to the sub
ject "The History of Masonry Up to the
lear J 000 A. D. Dr. J. M. Sleicher
took the same subject, covering th
period from the year 1300 A. D. to
lsi'u A. !.; w. A. Reynolds covered
the period from 1S0.1 to 1860 A. D.. and
Dr. J. T. Coleman' from 1860 to date.
Rev. Mr. Chittenden spoke on "Religion
BIG MILL CRANE IS SET
Booth-Kelly Plant Now Can Lift
Structure Timbers of Great Weight.
SPRINGFIELD. Or., Nov. 13. (Spe
cial.) Work has started on the last
large structure for the Booth-Kelly
sawmill which has been in process of
erection here for two years. The mill
began operation more than a year ago,
but new units have been erected from
time to time since The last is a tim
ber crane for the handling of big
titmbers, loading them on cars, or
carrying them to storage piles. By
this crane, structural timbers weigh
ing 1000 to 2500 pounds can be lifted
from the live rolls on which they are
brought from the saws, and deposited
easily on the waiting car.
By the construction of this crane
the last of the heavy work is elimi
nated from the mill. Live rolls,
transfer chains and the cranes will do
all the moving of timbers or slabs.
Changeo f Route. Petitioned.
JUNCTION CITY, Or.. Nov. 13.
(Special.) Petitions are being cir
culated through Northern Lane County
asing that the County Court have
the road to be built to Maple
ton over the high pass road in
stead of over the low pass as planned.
Those back of the petitions consider
that the former route has a smaller
per cent of grade and could be built
cheaper , and that by coming through
Junction City there would be a shorter
route to Eugene.
Kelsov High Loses Debate.
KELSO, Wash.. Nov. 13. (Special.)
Kelso High School debating team lost
their first debate of the school year
to the Kalama High School team last
night at Kalama. The subject was:
"Resolved, That the Monroe Doctrine
Should be Abolished." Kalama was rep
resented by Eva Schaubble. Pixie Mann
and Robert Tunstall, and Kelso by
Selma Staff, Cecile Hansickie and Dan
Timber Cut Is Predicted.
CENTRA LI A. Wash., Nov. 13. (Spe
cial.) It is reported that Clark Bros.,
whose mill in Tehino was recently
destroyed by fire, are preparing to cut
and market their timber. The founda
tion for the report is the fact that
their entire timber holdings near Te
nino were cruised this week.
For the Thanksgiving
The selection of Thanksgiving; silver and silverware at
Feldenheimer's is wisdom, for then you are assured of
its individuality and distinction, as well as dependable
quality, which will ever be a source of satisfaction.
Chop Dishes N
Tea and Coffee Services
Condiment Sets, Etc.
We want you to see our display of the wonderful Tif
fany Favril glass. We are exclusive agents in Portland
Jewelers Since 1868
At Washington and Park, Portland.
"XOTT CAN DO BETTER FOR LESS ON THIRD STREET"
8:30 A. M.
9:00 A. IH.
The Most in Value The Best in Quality
5:30 P. M.
6:00 P. M.
Worthy Economies in the Merchandise in a; Tomami
for Immediate Use Comprise Numerous Offerings for Our
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A Wonderfully Attractive Showing of
New Silks at $1.25 to $2.00 Yard
Hivery carelul and prudent shopper who sees the
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uivuvuu vancuco wc Jictve piuviueu, noies uie
suDerb aualities and f rearm
silk fabrics and fi mi rp tVm cudnn- nrt.is.v. k
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indue uy purcnasmg nere, will surely provide now for per
sonal use and gift purposes. You have choice from rich
plaid and awmng'stripe silks in effective color combinations
and exclusive designs. They come in 36-inch width and in
Satm de Luxe, Peau de Cygne, Messaline and Taffeta
weaves and at all prices from $1.25 up to $2.00 a Yard.
New Silks at $1.00 a Yard
Rich in Designs and Colorings.
26-inch Silks in Roman and awning stripes, Scotch
plaids and other equally as desirable patterns in all
tho new color combinations taffetas, Louisiennes,
messaiines, crepe talletas, etc. Silk of tf - ff
unequaled quality at, yard JJ..UU
Dress Goods at $1.98 a Yard
Regular $2.50 and $3.00 Lines.
Decided price reductions of fine all-wool double
weight Coatings including the popular Scotch and
NOVpltv PIqIHc f oKflno . I l- .
Regular $2.50 and $3.00 qualities d 1 no
This Sale at p 1 i70
New Cream-Colored Chinchilla Coatings, full 56 "ins. wideStrictiy Go
a pure wool fabric in regular $4.00 quality On Sale tomorrow, yard$0.Z5
Fashionably Tailor ed Suits
You Have Choice From Many Popular Models
in Neat Mixtures Navy Serges "and Pin Stripe
Novelties Regularly. Selling Up to $25.00
On account of heavy cash purchases we secured a fine lot of
women's and misses' late Fall Suits at extraordinary price con
cessions figures so low that we have arranged to place the en
tire assortment on. sale tomorrow at half and less than regular
selling prices. It is a varied assortment of exceedingly hand
some Suits, perfectly tailored and elegantly finished. They come
in fine all-wool mixtures, navy serges and in neat hairline black
and white stripe novelties many are shown in popular plain
shades and mixtures in browns and grays. All are this sea
son's models, but as there are only one to three suits of a
size or style, we suggest an early visit and thus secure your
size in the style you like best. You have unrestricted choice
from Suits made to sell regularly up to $25.00. d t f " r
This Sale at S 1 U.OO
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The most popular garment for girls and misses they come in fine all-wool flannel and serges with
red or white trimming styles with side lacine-s in all sios fmm ir aa i i:
ties at $2.25, .$2.98 and.
s and ESmbroideries
Edges, Bands, Corset Cover and Flouncing Embroideries
in Dainty Small Patterns and Large Bold Designs Also
Net Top Flouncings, Shadow, Camisole, Cluny and
Oriental Laces Values to 95c, Priced for This Sale at
The urgent demand for additional space to display Holiday goods prompts
us to underprice a great lot of fine Laces and Embroideries in an unprece
dented mannpr. TrtrlnHirl rr r ot 1 n .
: , jjotco, onauuw, Auover ana
Camisole Laces 36-inch Cotton TsJot.s in i i o .,.-, ti -ti . . .
, . , . . . . -. .I. u cliu 1. ccii viuny i'lQires and .Hands Oriental
Edges, etc. The Embroideries come in 3 to 27-inch widths and include Corset Cover; Flouncings Edges
and Bands m dainty small patterns and bold conventional designs. It is a saving opportunity that few
women vail care to miss. Our Third-street window display will give you a good idea of the r
values. You have choice from lines regularly sold up to 95c a yard. While the Lot Lasts 1 5C
Showing- of Splendid
Another Attractive "TvkT m -n -vb- .
xsj e w j. a Die jLinens
Women who know values best know that the best
values are to be found in our popular Demostic Sec
tion. Just now we are making special efforts to
induce your inspection of our splendid new stock
of Table Linens by quoting extremely low prices on
thoroughly dependable qualities for instance :
50 a Yard for Bleached Damask
A splendid wearing Bleached Table Damask, with
a high mercerized finish; comes in a good width
and in many pretty designs a crisp, new Cr
damask of unmatchable quality at, yard....OvC
65 a Yard for Bleached Damask
Two fine lines to select from at this price. 64-inch,
All-Linen Damask and 70-inch Linen-Finished
Damask both shown in pretty new designs and
VinT V) -full Vil n q rVi eA o enlonil;i1 . ... 1 .. . i . .
I c 0.iiuiu value at, Jara OOC
20 Different Styles All Linen Damask 66-Inch Width at 75 Yard
Our Leader Is a 70-Inch Bleached
Damask at $1.00 Yard
An all-linen, full-bleached Table Damask, 70 inches wide shown in
thirty different styles in dots, figures, flowers, stripes and plain center
aesigns an unequalea quality at S1.00 yard.
Match the $1.00 Damask
at S3.00 a Dozen
They Come 22 Inches
36-inch All-Linen Hemstitched Tea Cloths on sale at ; SI 25
18 by 50-inch All-Linen Sideboard Scarfs on sale at . . 90
36-inch All-Linen Hemstitched Tea Cloths on sale at 1 Ofi
xj xo-incii .n-Ajiiicit xxemsiucnea iapKins, me dozen S3.50
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Readv-to-Use Nankins SI .fin Tlnr
Fine mercerized, neatly hemmed, ready-to-use Nap-
Kins, lo tncnes square, l hey come in small designs
Fine All-Linen Napkins at $2.25 Doz.
Dainty All-Linen Napkins, full 21 inches square
and shown in an extensive variety of pretty new
designs, specially priced for this sale, ar rr-
nozen .jiy.- s.m 1
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ipot, flowers and figures can't be dl ff
iled elsewhere at, the dozen O JLJLJ
by 22-inch All-Linen Napkins in Choice Designs at .S2.75 Dozen
A Magnificent Showing
An assortment so extensive and
so varied that every taste may be
suited.. Remember,' early selec
tions' will prove most advanta
geous. They are fine silk Four-in
Hand Ties in styles with open
ends and "slip-easy" bandii both
staple and novelty colorings in
dozens and dozens of patterns
unsurpassed offering at?
25 and OUC
Dent's Kid Gloves for Men, all
sizes, best colored, at $1.50, $2.00
Men's Wool Golf Gloves in one
button style at, pair 50c
3 for 25c 6 for 45c Men's Ini
tial Handkerchiefs in fancy box.
Men's Initial Handkerchiefs in a
fancy box at 2 for 25c 6 for 70c
C YD. A splendid new assort
ment of patterns in medium and
Bath Robe Flannels
AT 35( YD. The best standard
quality shown in attractive new
figures, flowers and Indian ef
fects in light, medium and dark
Bath Robe Blankets
AT $3.00 EA. Beautiful styles
in light, medium and dark color
ings. They come 72 by 90 inches
and are complete with cords to
i Cotton Suitings
AT 35 YD. Fabrics suitable
for children's school dresses or
women's house dresses included
are yard-wide, fancy poplins, half
wool suitings in plain colors and
striped styles, mercerized fou
lards in pretty flower and spot
styles on dark grounds.
DON'T FAIL TO PROFIT BY
THIS TIMELY SALE OF
50c A GARMENT For women's
seasonable-weight, fine fleeced
Cotton Vests and Pants in all
styles and sizes.
79c A GARMENT For women's
fine Wool Vests and Pants in
cream and gray colors. Perfect
$1.00 A SUIT For women's
form-fitting, Winter-style, fleeced
Cotton Union Suits in all sizes.
$1.50 A SUIT For women's fine
Wool Union Suits, shown in all
styles and sizes. Both durable
and perfect fitting.
$2.00 A SUIT For women's extra-quality
Wool Union Suits in
correct Winter weight and style,
and in all sizes.
25c A PAIR For women's heavy
ribbed-top, fleeced Cotton Hose in
all sizes an unequaled value.
25c A PAIR For'women's fine
Wool Stockings that are fast
black, warm and durable. Shown
in all sizes.
50c A PAIR For the celebrated
Burson Cashmere Hose for wom
en. A full-fashioned, seamless
Attractive Values in
For Infants and Women
A wonderfully complete variety of
styles in Sweaters, Caps, Toques,
Sets, Scarfs, Vests, Skirts, etc.
Fine all-wool garments in plain
colors and in pretty combinations.
Come, make selections while the
assortment is at its best.
SWEATERS in all styles and col
ors and in sizes up to J Q Q
5 years at $1.15 to..vlt0
TOQUES, Caps aid Tarns in 20
different styles and - Q C
colors at 25 to S 1 aD
3-PC. SETS Toques, Sweaters,
L e g g i n s, all styles JJO Cfk
and colors at $1.50- POOlJ
SCARFS Bar and plain patterns
in mixed or plain col- t- ff
ors at 500 to P 1 .ViU
BOOTEES in an endless variety
of styles and colors at 7 C
15 to OC
GOLF VESTS and Women's
Sacques in the best djl 7C
styles at $1.50 to. . .J 1 O
Women's Knit Skirts in mixed or
plain colors from 750 to $1.50
Infants' Novelty Knit Doll and
Animal Sets in the 75c to $1.50
Values Now on Sale at 500-980