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PORTLAND, OREGON, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31, 1920.
RUE DE LA PAIX CHOCOLATES MOST DELICIOUS AS WELL AS WHOLESOME, $2 STREET FLOOR
Our Mail Order
will be glad to shop for you efficiently
and satisfactorily. Address our Personal
will assure you the luxury of fresh,
clean clothes at the end of your journey.
For News of Other Important Sales See Page 3,
This Section, and (for Men) Page 9,
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Herchandise of cMerit Only"
On Moiiday 120 Women's
Exquisite Tailored and '
Of Duvet de Laine, Ylama Cloth, Tricotine, Silvertone
and Poiret Twill
At These Remarkably Low Prices
$40 to $125
Off ering Savings of One-Third to One-Half
ORIGINAL showroom adaptations of imported models,
made of exquisite materials in the latest and most
fashionable styles the adaptations of a most exclusive
manufacturer who displayed them for once ONLY to his
select clientele, consisting solely of proprietors of smart
Fifth avenue shops in New York. The very fact that they
were exhibited once explains the very low prices. Eacfr
year this maker is besieged by buyers anxious to obtain
his showroom models. We were the fortunate store this
season. It was our turn this year. We got them at his
usual concession, which we are turning over to you.
The assortment also includes the surplus
stock of a manufacturer of one of the very
highest grade suits. It is comprised of all'
this season's most popular and up-to-date
styles in both straight-line as well as flare
and ripple effects. Most every suit is trim
med with fur, such as Squirrel, Nutria, Scotch
Molej Australian Opossum and Seal.
Silk linings, trimmings and workmanship
of the very finest. Prices on suits illustrated
range from $60.00 to $65.00.
Third Floor, Lipman, Wolfe & Co.
Exquisite New Creations in
Breakfast Coats and Negligees
at Two Alluringly Low Prices
Breakfast Coats, $10.00 V Negligees, $1 9.50
Women will be delighted with these. It would tax our vocabulary to depict their beauty.
The Breakfast Coats are of taffeta. In such shades as peach, blue, American beauty, gold, sapphire, and old
told, and are made with fancy pockets and sash with trimmings, and ruffles to gratify the most exacting
feminine tastes. -
The Negligees are of crepe de chine in such shades as turquoise over peach, pale blue over flesh, plain
shades of violet, peach, orchid, turquoise, pink and blue, with trimmings of georgette and fancy lace. Others
are made of heavy crepe meteor; still others of plaited crepe de chine with three-quarters or full length
over-Jacket of chiffon.
Fourth Floor, Lipman, Wolf & Co.
Night Gowns, Camisoles, Envelope Chemises
An Unbelievably Low Price, $1.95
The softest, most exquisitely fine flesh-tinted materials have been used the kind that the
luxurious woman loves but usually pays so much more for.
Night Gowns, $1.95
Made of beautiful flesh-tinted batiste and fancy
striped voiles, sleeveless or sleeve effects; pointed
or empire styles; exquisitely finished.
( Camisoles, $1.95
Lovely flesh-tinted .r4e dt chine "or wash satin.
Slip-over open front sfylef built-up shoulder and
strao effect. Lace insertion and edging; also dainty
Envelope Chemises, $1.95
Dainty flesh-tinted pure silk crepe de chine or dotted seco; tailored, hemstitched edge,
or deep yoke of filet pattern lace. Strap, regulation or pointed style.
Fourth Floor, Lipmn, Wolf Sc. Co.
350 Novelty and Tailored
Blouses and Over-Bloiises
Attractively Underpriced at $7.50
0 Georgette, Crepe de Chine and Mignonette' in
an endless variety of styles in the very newest models.
.Over-Blouses of mignonette in various lengths,' in white, flesh, navy, brown, Artec, orient,
Hindu, burgundy and bisque. I'
Tailored Blouses, including the famous Burlingame Blouse of the finest crepe de chine, in i f
white, flesh, navy and buck.
Third Floor, Lipman. Wolf St C.
THIS STORE USES NO COMPARATIVE PRICESTHEY ARE MISLEADING
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