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THE SUNDAY OltEGONIAX, PORTLAND, FEBRUARY 11, 1917.
-SEE SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT MEIER & FRANK'S SEWING CLUB, SECTION 3, PAGE 4.
Already inscribed with correct name and ad
dress will be given to every child accompanied
by adult who asks for same at the wonderful St.
Valentine's Postoffice, open tomorrow, in our Toy
Section, Fifth Floor. There is a free card here
for every little one ask the genial postmaster.
Fifth Floor. Sixth Street.
is daily, with the advent of these warmer. Spring
days, becoming a matter of greater concern to
Portland women. We are ready to accept furs
and fur garments for storage in our perfectly re
frigerated safety vaults on the premises. Phone
us or drop a postal and our auto will call.
Fourth Floor, Fifth Street.
Tm& Quality' stork oi Portland
Score pads, with complete rules for playing,
here first in Portland priced at 15c. Pirate
Bridge is a new and popular development of
Auction Bridge . and largely does away with the
contentions more or less incident to the older
game. Pirate Bridge is now all the rage in New
York. Stationery Shop, Main Floor
BUY SEEDS NOW
We carry a complete line of the Portland Seed
Company's "Diamond Quality" Flower and Veg
etable Seeds; Red and White Clover Seed, Ken
tucky Blue Grass and Lawn Grass Seed, Onion
Sets Grocery, Ninth Floor. Garden Tools in
Basement. Books on Gardening, Fifth Floor.
SPRING! The Charm of It All Aptly Expressed in These New Modes
will be "in new, enlarged and
permanent quarters on the Fifth
Floor, Fifth Street.
Our great Book section, hereto
fore located on the Basement B al
cony, on and after tomorrow J
These Hats Are 'Different'
This year's hats are far and away more
attractive than they have been for many
a season. And there is variety enough
to please every taste in the assemblage
we have ready for your inspection to
morrow. Large tailored sailors and mushrooms
are especially effective and becoming,
with their touches of flat embroidery.
Other hats are of straw, tailored and
plain, and some show combinations of
straw with satin, crepe de chine or
Gaily flowered silks are used to good
effect in sports and semi-dress hats,
while the small, close-fitting turban is
tailored with a high fancy stick-up for
its only trimming. See the newest models here tomorrow.
The new Gage "One-Hat-a-Week" Service is featured here. The new
est "Gage" creation found here each week.
Millinery Shop, Fourth Floor.
New Suits New Dresses Every
Express From New York Brings Them
THIS is a most interesting time in our Apparel Shop. Speculation as to what
the new fashions would be have been rife for weeks and now that the new
styles and materials are actually determined there is much interested and enthusi
astic inspection of our newest models. Women have
learned that early shopping at Meier & Frank s is
always satisfactory the suits and frocks now
shown here are the favored models in New York.
See these tomorrow.
The newest sports models are altogether attrac
tive. Some show touches of embroidery in contrast
ing shade. Ot'hers have pleats and fullness intro
duced in novel manner. Large collars, belt3 and
pockets are strongly favored. In gabardine and
wool jersey all the smartest new shades are shown
in these sports suits. Moderately priced $17.50 to
Some particularly effective dresses for afternoon,
. street and office wear have just been unpacked. The
new colors are beautifully developed in crepe de
Chine, taffeta, wool crepe and serge. Long, straight
Empire lines are popular, as are the pleated princess
styles. Many have touches of colored embroidery.
Moderately priced $12.50 to $65.
Apparel Shop, Fourth Floor.
Khaki Kool Collars
Not only new,
but very charm
ing! We have just
new and beauti
ful models in
Khaki Kool neck
wear each one
of which prom
ises to be popular
Exceptionally smart for the new Spring
dress or suit and a good way of remodel
ing a blouse! Among the most popular
new shades being shown are:
CITRON, CHARTREUSE, IVORY
COMBINATIONS OF IVORY AND
GOLD AND IVORY AND BLUE
In a variety of new shapes and sizes
moderately priced at $2.50.
Neckwear Shop, Main Floor.
THE ARRIVAL OF FAMOUS
Package Goods for
Spring & Summer 1917
The wonderful new "Royal Society" line of package goods
awaits your inspection and selection tomorrow. The most
beautiful and useful stamped articles for women and children
are here in splendid assortment of dainty designs. Included
are children's pretty Summer dresses and pique coats with
hats to match; for women there are blouses, fine undergar
ments and charming negligees with caps to match. These to
mention only a few. A visit to our Art Needlework Shop to
morrow will prove wonderfully interesting and profitable to
Each package contains stamped article together with thread
and full instructions for working.
Art Needlework Shop, Second Floor.
Great Sale 1881 Rogers
Beautiful "Grecian" design as il
lustrated in French gray finish. Guar
anteed for 25 years' ordinary use.
Priced in SETS OF 6 as follows:
5 o'Clock Teaspoons, 89.
Table Spoons, $1.78.
Dessert Spoons, $1.58.
Soup Spoons, $1.78.
Bouillon Spoons, $1.78.
Medium Forks, $1.78.
Dessert Forks, $1.58.
Hollow Handle Medium Knives, at
Individual Butter Spreaders, $1.78.
Indvl. Salad Forks, $1.89.
Oyster Forks, $1.29.
Cream Ladles, each 49. I 3-piece Child's Set, $1.49.
Gravy Ladles, each 69. " Sugar Tongs, each 49.
Silverware Shop. Main Floor.
-Medium Knives, $1.78.
-Dessert Knives, $1.58.
A Satisfying Selection
A waits the Women Who
Buy Gloves Here
It is a source of great satisfaction to our patrons to know that, in
these days when the scarcity of good gloves is so regrettably in evi
dence elsewhere and great uncertainty exists on all hands as to how
and when this shortage may be
overcome, Meier & Frank's is pre
pared beyond all other stores to
supply all the glove needs of Port
land women. In addition to our
regular complete lines we have re
cently acquired many additional
numbers to make our glove suprem
acy doubly assured. To illustrate
the completeness of our various
lines we feature tomorrow a special
showing and sale of gloves at
$1.50 a Pair
.Included at this very moderate price are: Real French Kid Gloves in 2
claap style, overseam sewn. Washable Kid Gloves in fancy 1-clasp style,
pique sewn, and 1-clasp Cape Gloves in P. X. M. style. Famous Ferrin's
Little Women's and Misses' French Kid Gloves in 2-clasp style. Kayser
Chamoisette Silk-Lined Gloves, 2-clasp, h pique sewn. Kayser Milanese
Silk Gloves in black and white, 2-clasp style. All Wool Gauntlet Gloves in
gray and white.
Many other smart serviceable gloves at this popular price in all new
est and best shades and sizes. Every pair expertly fitted.
Glove Shop, Main Floor.
Crisply New and Dainty Undermuslins
Pretty, frilly new undermuslins for a new Spring, season all
daintily made and trimmed with lace and embroidery. If you
are planning; a new Spring and Summer wardrobe see these
dainty new undergarments tomorrow they're quite charming,
and moderately priced!
fl ( TT 7V7 O . Pretty gowns In slip over
ffrr -ivO. style, daintily trimmed In
lace and (rood Hamburg edgings, clusters of
tucks, insertions, headings and ribbons.
Moderately priced. $1.29, J1.69, J1.75, $1.98 up.
Very attractive and comfortable envelope
chemise, made with the new side pleated
drawers to take the place of short petticoat.
These are daintily trimmed with pretty laces
Moderately priced at 98c, $1.47. $1.79 and up.
of good nainsook and cambric, trimmed with
clusters of tucks, dainty fine laces and inser
tions or embroideries.
Moderately priced at 98c. $1.59, $1.98, $3 up.
Golf and tennis petticoats made of white
pique and heavy muslin, finished with plain
scallop at bottom. $1.27 and $1.59.
Short, knee-length petticoats without on
derflounces. Priced at 69c, 75c, 98c to $1.98.
Newest "Eppo" Silk Petticoats
Complete lines of new "Eppo" petticoats in all the new Spring shades.
Among them are apricot, lavender, pink, willow gray,' green, blue and lovely
changeable effects. All are made with full flounce and many have silk jersey
tops. Moderately priced from $5.95 to $11.00.
"Eppo" Cotton Petticoats made of attractive wash materials sateens, per
cales and other washable fabrics. 'With fitted back and side-front opening.
Priced $1.50 to $3.50.
Third Floor, Sixth Street.
$1.00-$3.00 Appliques 49c
A great sale of black appliques, bands and edges in 1 to 3
inch widths. Regularly $1 to $3 special tomorrow, yard 49c.
Good grade of silk rosebud
trimming in shades of blue,
lavender, yellow and combina
tions. Selling regularly in our
stocks -at 35c tomorrow at
Fancy braids in attractive
color combinations including
blue, green, white, black and
black and gold; to 1 inch
wide. 35c values, yard 10c
BR ADDS 17
Excellent quality in fancy
braids in good assortment of
colors. Come in widths from
1 to 3 inches. Regular good
35c-$l values, reduced tomor
row to, yard 17c.
Narrow, silk appliques in
Persian and Oriental colorings
35c to 65c grades tomorrow,
Trimming Shop. Main Floor.
A Big Half - Price Sale of Infants' Wear
Some excellent savings offered on dainty baby wear. Visit our little
baby shop tomorrow, it will pay you to purchase in this sale.
INFANTS HAND-EMBROIDERED PILLOW CASES, ONE-HALF
Dainty little pillow cases, with French and domestic hand-embroidery.
All are made of linens, fine cambric and French lingerie cloth. Some
finished with plain hemstitched hem, others with hand-embroidered
scallops or ruffles with lace edges.
Regularly $1.30, $2.00, $3.50 to $7.50
Special at 75c, $1.00, $1.73 to $3.75
INFANTS HAND-EMBROIDERED BIBS AT HALF
Heavy linen and dainty lingerie bibs, prettily hand embroidered. With fine scal
lops, lace and touches of hand embroidery.Regularly $1.50, $2.25, $3.00, $5.00 to $6.50.
Special at 75c, $1.13, $1.50, $2.50 to $3.25.
LONG FLANNEL SKIRTS AT z
All-wool flannel skirts made with muslin waists.
White, daintily featherstitched or hemstitched. Some
with fancy scallops.
Regularly $1.50, $2.00 to $3.50. .
Special at 75c, $1.00 to $1.75.
INFANTS MUSLIN SKIRTS
Fine soft nainsook skirts, with waists, attached.
Trimmed with ruffles of fine tucks, lace and inser
tion or fine embroidery.
Regularly $1.50, $2.00, $3.00 .
Special at 75c, $1.00, $1.50
Infants' Wear Shop. Second Floor.
SHOW YOUR COLORS!
0 As a special inducement we offer tomorrow:
65c U. S. COTTON BUNTING FLAGS 49d
3x5-foot size. Sewed stripes with printed stars. Guar- 8
Fifth Floor, Sixth Street g
anteed fast colors,
The Newest Blouses
There is the Spirit of Youth in this
Spring's blouses. All are gay and
alive and delightfully dashing. White
crepe de chine relies upon the most
daringly spotted and checked khaki
kool in soft oyster white, used as col
lar and cuff trimming, for its novelty.
Luxor silts are shown in the most
fascinating blouses in bright plaids
and pronounced stripes.
The new garden blouse with its
pleated peplum is of sheer Georgette
and universally becoming. There is
a most inviting diversity of styles
awaiting you here and prices are very moderate, ranging from
$2.50 to $12.50
Blouse Shop. Fourth Floor.
Now Is the Time to Select
Mrs. A. L. Craig an authorized instructor
5from the Nemo Hygienic-Fashion Institute,
New York, will be in our Third-Floor Corset
Shop tomorrow to, ; show you all the latest
models of the famous
Consult her fully as you would your doctor
and your beauty specialist. She will see that
you get the Nemo perfectly suited to your indi
vidual requirements. Mrs. Craig's expert ad
vice is yours FREE for the asking. All the
new Nemos are here prices $3.50 to $10.
Corset Shop. Third Floor.
New Sport Fabrics in
Sport's the thing this season as is plainly shown in all
the newest fabrics. There's a certain gaiety, a certain dash
in them and, above all, a certain charm that cannot be gainsaid.
Festive and fascinating are the newest silks. The most daring com
binations of color have been employed in the newest "Pussy Willow"
Silks effects that seem to have been inspired by the Ballet Eusse.
Khaki Kool a favorite sport silk is shown in soft oyster white, with
large square spots of contrasting color or with spots as big as oranges
with many colors combined in stripes. Fairway silks are
here in pleasing new shades with plaids and stripes of self
color cleverly woven in. Printed pongees and silk poplins are here
in great array. Prices range from $1.23 to $4.50 the yard.
Large checks and broken plaids are strongly in evidence in the newest
wool fabrics. A chartreuse background has overplaid of bright gold and
violet. A dark green has bright yellow plaid and a soft sand shade has
overplaid of blue and green. There are interesting combinations of black
and white. And heavy materials for motor coats show a rough homespun
surface with large plaids. Priced from $2.50 to $5.00 the yard.
Silk and Dress Goods Shop, Second Floor.,
DO AWAYWITH THE USELESS BOBBIN AND BUY AN
Bobbinless Rotary Sewing Ma
chine. This is the only family sew
ing machine in the world that sews
directly from two spools of thread
one above and one below. Buy
an Eldredge .tomorrow and pay as
See our large assortment of low
and medium-priced machines.
A "Year's Supply" of thread 24 spools
consisting of eighteen 200-yard spools of cot
ton thread and six 100-yard spools of silk
thread, with every purchase of an Eldredge
$1.00 DOWN $1.00 WEEK
NO INTEREST NO EXTRAS
Liberal allowance for your old machine.