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Thursday, November 25, 1820.
THE OREGON DAILY JOU RNALv PORTLAND, OREGON
Two - children were run flown
Wedneeday, one by a concrete mixer
nd the other by an automobile, but
both appear to be only slightly In
jured. I -
Maxine Sheaffer. , ran out In front
of, the car driven by Ernest Slgler, 404
Davis street, according to the driver's
story, and went under the wheel before
- he could stop - the machine. She was
taken to her home, 5121 Seventy-ninth
street. The accident happened at Eigh
tieth and Fiftieth avenue. ,
Earl Bard." . of 881 East Twelfth
street north, was one of several children
who were climbing on a concrete mixer
towed by an automobile, and F. W.
' Buscho, who had warned them to stay
: away, had driven on a block before a
child came running up to say that the
little boy had been hurt. The boy was
taken .to his home.
Pedestrians Help V i
Alleged Bad Check 1
Man Escape Victim
Generous hearted pedestrians with the
desire to see fair play In a street fight
and to protect the "under dog" Wednes
day unconsciously aided an alleged bad
check passer to escape from the man he
Is said t hftve swindled out of $40.
Lenne Peterson, 849 Halse'y street, told
police last week that a "stranger" had
passed a bad check on him. He also
said that he believed he could find him.
The police told him that If he did find
him to hang on to him.
Peterson Is said to have found him
Wednesday at Broadway and Washing
ton streets. He attempted to hang on
to him and was succeeding, when In
terested spectators Intervened.
The alleged forger Is a small man and
Peterson Is big and husky. Peterson
knocked his man down and jumped on
him to hold him down until the police
could be notified.
But the crowd pulled him off. Before
he could explain that his partner In the
street battle was a law breaker and
wanted by the police, the small man
bad tupped out through the crowd and
Peterson kept a piece of his oppon
ent's overcoat, which he confiscated in
the battle, anft the bad check for souv
Edenbower Road -Tax
of Ten Mills
Voted by Residents
Roseburg, Or., Nov. 25. The residents
Of road 'district' No. 30, west of Eden
bower, a suburb of Roseburg. voted a
10 mill tax Saturday for the purpose of
paving a portion of the Edenbower road.
They maintain that enough money , has
been spent'on roads in the district In 10
years to pave It twice, and still they
have no roads. The money raised In the
road district will be matched by market
road and state money and eventually the
. road will be paved through to Garden
Valley, the great fruit producing section.
This road is used by more people .than
any other market road In the county.
The Laymen's conference of the Sev
enth Day Adventiat church convened In
West Roseburg, Tuesday, for a three
day session. Many speakers from the
North Pacific conference will be pres
: ent. Thursday, special Thanksgiving
services will be held in the-afternoon and
evening. Elder Rrppey, president of the
Southern Oregon conference; Elder Bo
ger of Walla Walla and Elder Rhoads of
Sutherlln are present.
Thomas G. Cuilen
Charged With Theft
Of Safe and $1600
Charged with taking a safe contain
ing about 8100 from the residence of
Ding Wing, 887 Salmon street, Saturday
evening, Thomas O. Cuilen. 32, of 288
East First street north, was taken be
fore the grand jury Wednesday.
Cuilen is married and has two children
He refused to say anything bearing on
the case before being taken before, the
grand jury. The arrest was made by
Inspectors Coleman and Collins.
The safe, which was carted from the
Ding home and taken away by automo-
bile, was found blown apart Tuesday
afternoon near RlverdaA school, Oswego.
Wages Are Slashed
By Coos Bay Mills
Marshfleld, Nov. 25. Wages In all of
the Coos Bay "mills, will be cut from
85.80 to 84.80 a day for the minimum.
Lawyers Given Permits , .
Salem, Nov. 25. Ralph H. King of
Portland and Anthony Jacob Frits of
Heppner have been temporarily admit
ted to the practice of law In Oregon by
the supreme court King comes in on an
: Idaho certificate and Frltx on an In
f diana certificate.
to hide skfii trouble
aids poor complexions
, If your complexion Is rough or red.
dont try to cover up the defects with
cosmetics which do not conceal, but
usually attract attention to the rea
son for their use. Begin today to
clear your ekln with Reaiaol Oint
ment and Resinol Soap.-
This treatment not only cleanses
the skin and enables It to breathe,
but usuajly removes redness and
roughness. . ' ' .
aik roar dct&r tor Rarinel Soap and Ointment
1241? 128 SIXTH ST, JUST Of F ft
Following our usual custom
we offer NOW right In the heart
of the seasonbargains that you'd
expect at January Clearance time
Every department participates
In this Better-Than-Ever Year-End
Clearance- practically every gar
ment in our stocks is brand new
fresh, seasonable merchandise,
the greater portion received with
in the last thirty days. ,
: Every Sale is Final
Positively No Merchandise
Subject to Exchange
After Weeks of Planning arid With
An ; Avalanche of Bargains
COMES OUR ELEVENTH ANNUAL
124 IS 128 SIXTH ST, JUST OFF WASHINGTON
Wirfirmt Mrrfntinri. our entire lines of
charming new blouses are reduced. These
tA4tAff Atia xr11 rkririi1 fet . O 1lTTIlferf tltTst
only the far-sighted woman will be quick
to anticipate her holiday requirements
and make her selections immediately.
200 Blouses Grouped in a
Mighty Clearance at
They Were $5.95 to $855
-! Charmingly individual In style are these waistline
and overblouses of excellent quality materials.
Shades of navy, brown, oriole, scarab, bisque, flesh
and white to select from. Georgettes. Crepes de
Chine, Tricoiettes, Satins, Pongees.
$255 to $3.45 Voile Blouses J
I Of iine, sheer voile -a quality that launders per.
fectly; long or short sleeves, various styles of neck
line, with dainty touches of lace or embroidery as
well as the trim tailored effects.
$850 to $1055 Blouses Are
1 Reflecting the trend of the mode these lovely
blouses are developed of fine georgettes, crepe de
chine, satins and tricoiettes in -waistline or over
blouse effects. The color range is quite complete:
Navy, brown, white, flesh and bisque. You'll pro
nounce these exception ai values. .
I Every Silk Petticoat
I Without any reservations, every , petti
coat the materials and -styles too rmmer
ous to mention has been reduced. What
more acceptable for Christmas giving?
200 Jersey and Taffeta Silk
Petticoats Are Reduced to
Every Cotton Petticoat
$2.95 to $3.95 Heatherbloom and
Fancy Cotton Petticoats
Every Pair Hose Reduced
Here are hosiery values we ire sure no one will
fall to appreciate. These reductions Include such
standard and well-known lines as HOLEPROOF.
KAYSER and- BEST KNIT.
$2.75 Best Knit Pure Silk Hose
At J2.25 a Pair
Finely made, pure thread silk full fasjtfoned hose
of "Best Knit" brand. In navy, brown, black and
$6.50 Fancy Lace Hose
Very handsome lacy designs in pure silk hose,
At 4.45 they deserve a prominent place in your
gift list Browns and blacks. .
Philippine Gowns and Chemise
Fine, soft nainsook, beautifully embroidered and
absolutely hand-made these garments naturally
suggest themselves for gift gMnr. Truly unusual
at 13.50. -
"..'. ...'. -
De Bevoise Brassieres
Our entire tine of De Bevoise Brassieres mesh
brocades and fine Habutal silks, repriced for Year
End Clearance from ,
59c Up to $2.45
- . - .- I : - . mmmtmtLmm' - imiihii . .
Every Coat Is Reduced
Every coat of the newest, most exclusive winter mode perfect in tailoring
all our fine cloth plush and fur coats an assemblage that permits an unusually
wide latitude in me matter of selecting the coat best suited to your need$.
75 Fur Trimmed Coats
They formerly gold at
We consider this the best bar
gain in years. Of fine quality
sllvertone, fully lined ;with high4
luster sateen. Topped with full
collars of seallne fur sizes for
misses and small women. Brown,
reindeer and oxblood.
SO Wonderful Coats
They are $49.50 to S59.50
. ! i ' Cradts- .
1 There's- - nothing commonplace
about these coats. Some of them
have full fur collars of raccoon,"
opossum and seallne, others are un
trimmed, of the better quality
velours, cut bolivia and suede finish
velours. In blues and many Shades
of brown. '
f35 Short Plush Coats
Just a limited number of these
Jaunty short plush coats of lus
trous, good quality plush, with
belts and may be worn full or
loose back effects. Some have
collars of Kit Coney fur. We
advise early selection.
Every Suit Is Reduced
Because our suits were marked so closely aVthe beginning of this season, these
remarkable Year End Clearance Price Reductions are equivalent to 4Half Price
Sales" that are being so prevalently advertised. Every suit jn our entire stock is
included a most comprehensive assortment in point of style, materials and colorings-
Group 2--Suits -Are
Are Reduced. .
Velours ' Yalama Duvet de Laine Veldyne
I Tricottnes Serges Polret Twills
! In Every Winter Shade
$165.00 Suits are S110.00
$135.00. Suits are $
$115.00 Suits are S
-$100.00 Suits are S
$ 95.00 Suits are S
$ 89.50 Suits are $
Sizes for women, misses and full figures.
Veldynes- Duvet de Lalne Polret Twills
Yalama Velours Tricotines Serges
All Newest Shades
$79.50 Suits are $59.45
, - $75.00 Suits are $56.25
- $69.50 Suits are $52.12
$59.50 Suits are S44.65
$49.50 Suits are $37.15
$39.50 Suits are $29.65
Sizes for women, misses and full figures.
Every Silk Dress Every Wool Dress
Party Frock Is Reduced!
And this comprises every xgarment in our department. The newest and smartest of
gowns, developed in fine materials and the highest grade merchandise. Such extraordi
nary value-giving merits your closest attention to the workmanship. ,
35 Serge and I
Formerly Priced at $25.00 to
An extra special group only 35
of them taken from our regular
stocks of splendid quality materials
in a variety of clever styles. Some
are plain while others, have touches
of beading,' braid and coutrasting
colors. A splendid value.
$39 to $49o Silk
or Wool Dresses
Navy, Black, Brown in Silks
Navy in Wool
Both the waistline and straightline
models re represented In what we con
sider the finest group of dresses we
have offered at this, price. Lovely sat
ins, charmeuse, kitten's ear crepe, tri
cotine and uoiret twills. We advise
early selection. .
A Group of Silk
or Wool Dresses
Formerly Priced $45 to .
The woman exacting quality will
find these dresses of particular in
terest, for in style, materials and
workmanship, these dresses are ex
traordinary. Satin, charmeuie, kit
ten's ear crepe and tricotines In
black, navy arid shades of brown.
We have trimmed
315 Stuftning Hats and priced them at
THEY WOULD SELL
$12 TO $15
SHOWN FOR THE
None Delivered None Held on Deposit
We sincerely believe this to be the greatest value in trimmed hats we
have ever offered! ' - .;
The comparative prices may sound inconsistent, but we were fortunate enough to secure
from an overstocked jobber 3t5 bats, and have supervised their trimming In our own
workrooms they go on display Friday for the first time specially prepared for our
Of Lyons or the finest quality panne velvet their charm and individuality Is enhanced
with touches of ostrich, dashing feather fancies and cleverly placed flowers. , v
EVERY TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMlD HAT REDUCED
As always, you will find our re
ductions GENUINE In many In
stances they are extraordinary!
We know that our patrons look
forward to this, event each year
and we have bent every effort to
ward making this, our Eleventh
Year-End Clearance, noteworthy
for the splendid values offered.
We have space here only to
hint at the extraordinariness of
this sale. We leave it to the prices
to tell the value story. It's a sale
no woman who reads this adver
tisement will miss
Our,1 entire line
of furs is reduced
prices now that
you'd expect in
means f i v c
weeks' more ' enjoy
ment of your fur.
All that's newest in
fur modes neck
pieces, chokers, col
lars, capes and stoles.
$ 69.50 Alaskan Wolf Scarfs at......
t 45.00 Manchurtan Wolf Scarfs ....
I 89.50 American Fox Scarfs .......
$ 32.50 Hudson Seal Collar at......
250.00 Choice Skunk Stole at.....
195.00 Fitch Collar, reduced . . . . .v.
200.00 Australian Opossum Collar. . ,
.25.00 Australian Opossum Cnoker.
75.00 Stone Mtrten Choker at....
5 5.00 SqulrrePNeckpiece It ...... .
295.00 Squirrel Stole, reduced. . . . . ,
97.50 Black Lynx, reduced to
Every Plush and Fur
Fabric Coat Reduced
Included are1 the famous Salt, H. & II. and
Shelton Loom Plushes in plain and fur
trimmed models. -
reduced to. 29.65
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Wool and fiber silk sweaters
in all the most popular weaves -and
colorings,: Tuxedo and coat
styles. Below arc some of the
reductions which now prevail: '
All Angora Scarfs and
Shawls Reduced '
Warm, colorful angOra scarfs
ana snawis are racucaJiy re
duced for Year-End Clear
ance. . .
Skirt Is Reduced
A most; comprehensive assemblage of separate
Skirts -handtome woot plaids, fine serges and4rico
tines and lovely silk; skirts which require only a
dainty blouse to complete i smart costume all at
reduction of 20 per cent! .
....... ......... . $15. 5o
$29.50 Skirts ................. . . ,$23.55
Every Umbrella Reduced
What more timely than lower prices on umbrel
las? Christmas shoppers will be interested.
100 Colored Silk
$ 7.50 Skirts
a " Rf-uWly Priced $7.95
This Is an umbrella offer which we are certain no
one will fall to appreciate. The color range is ex
cellent: Greens, navy, taupe, purple, black and
cardinal. Of good weight silk; S-rib steel rod,
black posts with white rings and colored loopsl