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PORTLAND. OREGON. SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12. 1905.
OLDS, WORTMAN C& KING
STORK OPEN AT I A.H. . -
FANCY 1 DRESS
BUTTON S A
large assortment, can
match almost any
hade of dress goods '
2 dozen on card
Yalues to 50c. Spe
cial at, the card. 10
an d lack or
colors; our 5c
value. ' Special
at. the '
yard ...... .3
Special at, the
, FEMININE FADS AND
FANCIES in Dress Ac
cessories at Remarkable
Sale Price on Monday.
(First Floor Shops.)
Dainty Veiling! in a Bar
ing values will beckon
1 store visitors to the
Veiling Counters to
morrow. We snail
open a swagger con
vention of chic Veil
ingsin the morning at -
sharp reductions, in 1
Assorted colors, also ,
black and whites, '
chiffons, fancy Tuxe- .
.dos fancy meshes xn.
' dotted designs of vel
vet and chenille
dotted effects. Very T
newest and smartest
ideas just from New
York reduced as printed.
25c values; special at JIT
SSc valuesXspeeial. atJ24
50c values: SDectal at.38e
75c values; special at.48
$1.00 val.; special at. 6Te?
WOMEN'S f US KID
. GLOVES 98c
Perfect fitting, ultra. stylish
i - and dressy kid lovs--tha
famous "Empress" mik
2-claap, atltcbad back, over-
mm mmmrmA hlailia w,i4a
ra. modes, browns mnA
mi. uplanrtia - a 1.36 vmi
AND .-, . -
CHILDREN'S J. WINDSORS
50c SCARFS 29c
A big line and
ty of Hand
some. All 'Silk
.WXn d-a -o-r-Neck
signs, reds and
navy sea the
usual 50c val-i
ues Special on
$2,500.00 : IN GOLD DISTRIBUTED
. AMONG ; PORTLAND'S CHARITIES -
:-'v v '; : By 'OLDS. WORTMAN & KINO. - ' .
" It having: been the 'custom of this house for many years to lay aside annually, -.a
certain percenturh of the business accorded it by a generous public for distribu
, tion among the city's charities, artd whereas, the business of the past ten months
has been the largest in its history for any corresponding period, so in proportion
'r shall the Benevolent Fund of the store be. increased this year. And as the pub-'
, lie has been the potentj factor in the enormous increase of this business, thus al-.
' lowing us a fund for distribution among the charitable institutions of Portland ,
..larger than ever before, we believe that same public should decide just what in- '
stitutions should share, arid in what proportion each should receive. Therefore, '
we have this day decided, with a profound feeling of thanksgiving to our great -'
public who have accorded to us that generous .patronage which has made this
'. privilege possible, that the public, shall choose the beneficiaries, naming the share
, each shall receive, in a distribution to take place at the ending of the- store's busi-.
i: ness year, Saturday, February 10, 1906, of $2,500.00 in gold, to be divided in 15
r parts, as follows : v v '', '.-'-7-' " i ' : ' "' ;
1 WZ. W": r : : First Choice ;
v v Second; Choice".
Five others to receive each $75.00 and grill
another five to divide $250.00. Each to
V . .' receive $50.00. , " - . '
; Total, . . . $2,500.00 ( -
f The'amount is to be divided as above among such charities of. the. city as
are. supported by the city or its organizations otherwise Portland's .Charitable-
-Institutions. - : -. ;-, ' ;.. ", - ' ..'.' ., ' . -
' -We have, decided to adopt as method.tnapf:. jopttlar'iote.- Starting "tc-
morrow, Alonday, November 13, we. shall issue a votejwith every "25c purchase
made at the store, as in the educational awards heretofore . made by this 'great
-public - -utility"-of - the- NorthwestVotes-may be deposited in the ballot boxes
placed conveniently about the store for that purpose." Reports will be made daily'
through -our ads. in the public press, the vote being in charge of. reliable and'
competent folk, and awards will be made at the close of the store's business year,
at 6 p. m. of -Saturday. February10-yh,'Ti voting '"atf
' The institution receiving the largest vote to receive the highest awards. and ,
to on until the full amount of $2,500.00 has. been divided as above. Again thank-;
4n g-'eriermw and -responsi ve 'piiblie-for-fratronagehat-hasadehis-thanks-"
giving privilege possible and trusting the plan of division 'we have adopted will,'
. meet with the same general approval, we beg to remain, as ever,' the public's ,
most obedient servants. ; . OLDS, WORTMAN CSl KINO
f . , v-. a -v : r-! . .
Worth-while savings for. the letter-writers
and those who've use for paper napkins.
"WRtTINOHPAPER," in large, si xe cabinet
box, 50 aheets of paper and 50 envelopes,
. linen cloth finish; our 65c value.. Spe-
' iftl at: thm Ktv ' SKs
SMOOTH FINISH WRITINO PAPER.
. ruled, in 1 -pound packages 120 sheets of
paper to package oar 25c value. Spe- -cial
at, the package....... 1S)
RULED ' LINEN WRITING TABLETS,
large note size; our lie value, spe
cial at, each.... '.......Te
FANCV DECORATED CREPE PAPER
NAPKINS, for luncheons, -teas, etc; our
35c value. Special at, the hundred.. 25f
HERE'S A BULLETIN OF BARGAINS
THRIFTY . HOUSEWIVES WILL .
Warm Bed Covers C&
'S , Fourth Floor.' f .'.'.", , ',
On Special Sale Monday This. nes. of
excentional values on merchandise of Qual
ity so much needed now, as extra beds will
have ' tc be "made' ud" ' for Thanksgiving "
homecomings; will rejoice the heart of many
a housewife today. :' v ...- -
$8.50 WOOL BLANKETS $6J5 All wool
mottled gray blankets, large size, extra
heavy;- regular value $8.50.. Special, the
pair . I v. .".r. .5. '.. . .6.85
$6.00 WOOL BLANKETS $4.65 All wool
fawn colored blankets, with fancv. borders;
... regular value $6.00. Special, pair. . 94.65
I2.7S PORTIERES " $2.10Tapestry Por
tieres, 42 inches wide, full length, standard
quality,' in green, red and blue oriental
stripes; regular value $2.75. Special, the
pair f 2.10
35e AND 50c
Pretty. Dainty .
New Stocks -of-
lace, with and
tabst-nsual -3Se i
and 50c values.
RIES to Smart Gowning
at Special . Price First
Floor Shops Handsome
Dress Trimmings and
Dainty Lacea la the
Monday Sale. .
have' arrived 1 01
strenirthen the values'
of the past, week of
fered by us in above
1 lines. Immense pur
chases came in late
Friday bought, it
prices , which allow
liberal concession in
selling. When beauti
ful ' Laces and Trim- 1
mings, so much in de- 4
- mand at present may
be purchased at a '
quarter reduction, it
r-behooves women to ;
' select liberally. In the
lot are pretty braid Trim-
Lace Bands and Galoons
in cream and white.
f SpangUd Trimmings, in j I
i5ands ana oaioons, net
top Orientals in white and
cream and black Silk
Venfcc- Bands. , Special asj
printed.--- T- ... ... 1
11. js vaiuaa at, y.....rre
1.00 vmlusa at, yd C7'
.75 values at. yi...;.4(M
-0 vstnwr-t, yd S8q "
' ' FANCY GOLD
s: '.' MOUNTED
. ... ' ; BACK, COMBS
Large size, our 39c
at, each........ 25ft
: -;:'' x; :-";
sizes of Black
our 10c value.
x ', PINS
cubes with 100
Pins, 7 assorted
heads; our- 8c
' value. Special
.35 vaJusa at, yd.....S4e
-.28 valusa at, yn,nt.T
.11 values at. yd..... 10 .
Ike Greatest Garment
i ;. ; s ....... v , 1 '
. OFFERED BY ANY PORTLAND HOUSE
THREE REMARKABLE SALES TOMORROW IN THE SUIT AND WRAP
; SALONS. ,,' ';-.., ':.- ' ' .
Wl BUT AND SELL MOXK WOMEN'S
GARMENTS THAN ANT OTHER TWO
'. LOCAL HOUSES COMBINED
Entire Second Floor Largest Gar-'
ment Store and Stocks on the
- Ladies' 75c Turnovers 25c , .
Just a Jhird usual price tomorrow.' Pure
Linen Twrnover Collars- in-buttonhole-.
eyelet effects; usual 75c values. Special
' Monday, at .................25
SPECIAL MONDAY PRICES t' -
First Floor, i
TOILET SOAPS Hand milled, fancy per
fumed, 3 cakes in box; our 25c value.
Special at, the box.. ...2a
LIFE BUOY SOAP In large size 'cakes,
a sanitary cleanser and disinfectant soap.
"Special at, the cake..-..
FINE FRENCH ' IMPORTED NAIL
BRUSHES White bone back with han
dle" on top; our oOc value. Special at,
each ;.. ..5
COMPLEXION BRUSHES With " fine
white bristles; our 35c value. Special at.
. . each i ; . . , . . , t . ; , , , , '. . 25
galn We "Miff HTlupf etna'cy- in value-giving and prove the assertion. Tomorrow
we otter in tne Uarment section three of the greatest values ot the year one
each from the surpassing stocks of SUITS, PETTICOATS AND FURS.
Women's $38.50 Tailored Suits $29.65
The above remarkable value ahould be 'seen to be appreciated.' No description how
; ever able coulddo justice to these offerings of handsome, High-Class -Suits;
. the product of one of New York's most famous masters in clothes-craft for
, women. ' Materials of very dressy fancy mixed worsteds, rich broadcloths and
. : handsome cheviots and serges in plain navy, black, brown, green, red, gray and
smart mixtures. Coats in fly-front and double-breasted effects, full and half
. lined with taffetas and satins to' match materials. Cut in 27 and 48 inch lengths,
i Coats self-trimmed or with rich braid trimmings and velvet collars.- Skirts in
, plaiten styles. All expertly tailored and best $38.50 values in America.
;- On special sale for three days only, starting tomorrow, at .........f 29.65
$10 Values Handsome Fur Neckpieces $6.98
' ' . A GREAT THREE-DAY SALE OF FUR BOAS. -
Tomorrow ami continuln Tuesday and Wednesday we shall offer full size, rich,
plump Sable Opossum Neck Boas, 54 inches long, each with cluster of six tails
and chain fasteners; best regular $10.00 values in the city. Special at.,i..f 6.08
.50 Silk Petticoats $5.78 ' :
Rich, rustling taffetas and chiffon taffeta in blacks and all wanted colorings, em
bracing blues, browns, reds, greens and grays, also changeable effects in red,
. green and bluev Accordion plaited styles and shirred ruffles with wide or narrow
flounces. An extraordinary value best regular $8.50 Skirt in town. ' 1 '
. " Special MONDAY ONLY at.....:....:?..... ..f 5.T8
Surpassing Silk Values
'V''"-" ' IN THE SALE MONDAY::, ''
And continuing three days, until closing time of Wednesday, if quantities last'
Better provide Silks now for a future season fot1, Silks are "looking up," and prices
must soon go higher. t , ."'' . . v . . . .
New Moire Velours in plain and novelty weaves,' very1 durable " for waists ' and
- suits, also a large assortment of the New French Poplins, all good wanted colors
to select from; regular $1.25 values. Special for three daye-fif they-last
only, yard i.i; ......50
19-Inch "All-Silk Taffeta and 24-Inch All-Silk Crepe 'de'Chiner the best 85t value
ever offered in town. Special for three days only, yard 4.... .68f
' ' . - W All Street and Evening Shades in This Lot- ' .'V'; ' .": v
See -Monday -papers for additional - Specials
for day and '.week" "X "f
A DETERMINED SWEEPING SLAUGHTER OF
The Superb Millinery
, t In "Bijou" Salons Annex Second
The edict has beett , issued "All of this
season's Millinery must be sold at once"l
In.lss than 60 daya5ur Millinery Chief
goea again to the New York market for
simiig'-headwear. Do you realize how fast
the aeasons roll 'round? And no goods are
.S"C?ever carried across the bridge that apans
mUs tha seasons. Ir
pursuance Of an iron-clad policy of making
each season ' stand Its own earnings or
josses, we start tomorrow on tne most. I
drastic slaughter of exauisite Millinerv ever !
known to Portland. Yes Tomorrow we
shall begin the sacrifice of our auperb stock
of beautiful Hats by cutting one fourth to
one half off of their original prices. We
know that hundreds of ladies have not is
yet bought their winter hats mainly be
cause of the pleasant balmy summer-like
days we-are having. To them this sale
should appeal most forcibly an opportunity
to , save just half on the price of a hat or,
better still, own two hats for the price of
one: besides beinar able to choose from the
largest and most select stock of Millinery in Portland. Many Hats have ar
rived within the past week (included among these are some of the famous GAGE
make) and all of these are in the sacrifice. '
Note These Prices;
$4.00 HATS FOR Wc Tour choice of about 500 styles in Ready-to-Wear
Hats, in the latest blocked shapes and hand-made turbans; , embracing every
wanted color; actual values in tne lot up to $4.uu. Special aale price.
ONE "FOURTH OFF . on every Hat ki the store, including the famous new
GAGE HATS. FEATHER HATS, DRESS HATS and FINE TAILORED
HATS; values up to $20.00. Special at. ...ONE FOURTH OFF"
ONE HALF OFF on all of our choicest FRENCH PATTERN HATS abso
lutely, none reserved Priced at from $20.00 to $50.00. ;
... Specials at... ............ fi ?tm rrrr.Ti.". ONE HALF 'OFF
SPECIAL VALUES IN
Boys' -School Shoes at $1.75
' v and $2.00 fUsrt
. :"The Boote Shoppe Sixth Street Annex. ' ; .
" See the wonderful exhibit of the world's finest, solidest leathers, and Grand
Harvest Exposition of Oregon Wheat In the Shoe Store and along the "Fair
way." ; A, sight, worth coming miles to view 1 " Splendid values in men's and
,wonien's stylish footwear. ( , .. , - .
Boys Shoes, made ex-
wa Itnl A ska I' m a-K a a. a s ' a
suis anuxvs 91.1a aim 17 ai.uu a spirnaio , line ot Boys
: ,presly for us, will not rip and-positively guaranteed. They have one heavy,
aolid Oak sole, sewed with standard screw,' making it impossible for soles to
rip. : Soles ar also steel shodyfouf rows stitching on amp to prevent ripping
Sizes 2J4 to SJS; value at, the pairl.'.. ...,f 2.00
Sizes 1 1, to 2; value at, the pair. . . ... .... . . ........ v ; .... '. ,' . :.).". . f 1.T5
Underwear to Buy
'Will be tempted by these prices, placed so
irresistibly low for Monday patrons.
,'--'" .. First Floor .:.v'-; ;- , j.,..
$U0 VESTS OR PANTS 98c Extra size,
white silk and cotton, long sleeve Vests;
medium weight, "Merode French band
" Pants to match; regular value $1.50. Spe
cial, the pair .......................
WOMEN'S $2.00 UNION SUITS $1.49
White Swiss ribbed "Vega' Silk. Union
Suits., verv elastic. form fittinar: -retrular
value $2.00. Special, the suit i.-s9 '
SAVING OPPORtUNITIES MAKE
.MONDAY'S OFFERINGS IN, THE
Domestic Section ;
'''-' ' Firat Floor.. ' . . ..,",''
Of utmost importance to thrifty house
keepers and those home-sewers who've
flannelettes, ginghams, percales, etc., .to buy
for winter making up.
BEDSPREADS $1.57 Full Size Extra
' heavy Bedspreads, splendid workmanship.
Special, each............... fl.ST
LINEN TOWELING 10c and 12c All
; linen bleached Toweling. Special at,- iur
yard ... i.... tlO and 12ja
BATH TOWELS 12J4e Heavy unbleached
, Bath Towels, size 17x42. ,- Special at,
each '. 12
NEW FLANNELS 10c New Flannels for
. shirt waists, bath robes, kimonas, etc.. all
colors. Special at each 10e
NEW FLANNELETTES Special at. the
NEW GINGHAMS AND PERCALES 10c
About 1,000 yards new Ginghams and
Percales in light and dark effects, stripes
and plaids. Special at, tha-yard..... lOf
Play r Pit" Special Monday 39c
'PrrV-The popular game; regular price
Snvrial at. Knv 30a
joe,. Special at box
Women's Hosiery -Specials
:.. First Floor. - -
WOMEN'S $4 50 SILK HOSIERY $3.29
""Black imported Silk Hose, daintily -hk
broidered in white, full fashioned, double
sole, spliced heel; regular value $4. .in.
Special,, the pair...... ..83.20
WOMEN'S $4.50 SILK HOSIERY 13.29
Black silk imported Hose, lace embroid
ered boot; regular value $4.50. Sprcint,
the pair....... 3.2
WOMEN'S $4.00 SILK HOSIERY $2.96
Imported black Silk Hose, with white m.'Ic
clocking; regular value $4.00. -. - ,l.
- the pair i i f
WOMEN'S 35c HOSE 25c mark iio.r
35c. Special, the psir,