Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, May 14, 1901, Page 12, Image 12

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HE- MORNING 07?E$ONIAN. TUESDAY, MAY 14, 1901.
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BIG REDUCTIONS ON ALL
FOULARD SILKS
AND
LIBERTY SATINS
Every woman of good taste whose Summer outfit is not
fully supplied will welcome this news of these, the choicest
and most durable Summer silks known. Every piece in our
entire stock is imported. Woven in the world's best silk
centers, France and Jgpan. Printings and colorings all
done in France. All our fancy patterns are strictly exclusive. I
OUR UNDER PRICE-LIST
is of Printed Foulards and Printed Liberty Satins, profuse
in variety, exquisite in patterns and colorings. Widths, 23
to 25 inches.
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At 45c yd
The best twilled styles of the
75c grades.
At 55c yd
The best twilled, in 85c
tjrade.
At 65c yd
The best twilled or Satin Lib
erty finish $1.00 grades.
At 75c yd
The best Satin Liberty fin-
jished $1.25 grades.
Silks that combine beauty with durability and whos3 uses
are limitless.
Another Suit Bargain
Commencing this morning, we will offer at
$18.63 each
A choice collection of this season's most desirable styles
and colors of Ladies' and Misses' Suits. Real values,
$35.00, $30.00 and $25.00 each. These suits are so at
tractive that such a big reduction in price will be of special
Interest to every intending buyer.
LIBBEY'S CUT GLASS SPECIALLY REDUCED.
THE PINGREE
"Whitney Baby Carriages
worth $15.75 $io.60 ea
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"Whitney" Go-Carts M $ 3. 5 0.
worth $7.50. $535 ca ,SH0E F0R WoMEN
The 20tli Century
Shirt Waist $uits
Practical, comfortable and stylish. Made of
Chambray Grass Linens, Lawns, Mercerized
Chambray. Corded, tucked, pleated and ruf
fled flounce effects.
From
up.
Fine 'Black Dress.? Goods
Worth $1.50 to $2.75 yard
at
'yard
Lively selling all day yesterday by 6 o'clock
this evening there will be none left.
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English Walking' Gloves
By express, in Havana and Mahogany shades.
Children's sizes, 1 and 2, $1.25 pair;' 3 and 4,v
$1.50 pair; 5 and 6, $1.75 pair. Ladies' sizes,
5 12 to 7, $2.00.
Great sale of Comfortables, Mattings, Portieres, Blankets for coast use, now in progress.
All lines of Ladies' Suits greatly reduced in price. Now is the time for bargain seekers.
Mepiden Cut Glass. New shapes. New cuts. Large variety. Lowest prices.
Clubs, Restaurants,
Boarding Houses,
Buyers for the Home
GIRLS' WHITE DRESSES, Special $1.15, $2.59 and
$2.97 each. Ages 4 to 14 years. (2d Floor Annex)
Men's Derby Rib Balbriggan Underwear, medium 35c
weight 50c grade, at
23 inches wide. Ileal value $1.00 yd., at i yC
lOO Trimmed Children's
Hats at 95o ea
iSale of Wrappers, 83c ea
THIS IS MOTH STUFF TIME.
Moth Balls, in packages, 5c and 10c. Oriental' Camphor, 25c
box. Cedar Wood and Camphor, 15c can. Lavender Flowers,
7c package.' Moth, Sheets, 5c. Moth Bags for wraps, suits,
blankets and dresses, 35c, 40c, '50c, 75c. "' '
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ST. DAVID'S NEW CHURCH
EAST SIDE EPISCOPALIANS TO FIN
ISH THE EDIFICE.
Euongh Money and Fledges to Carry
Out the Worlc This Year Other
East Side Xevra.
The fine stone edifice of the St. David's
Episcopal Church, on the corner of East
Twelfth end Belmont streets, -whose cor
ner-stone was laid In the spring: of 1S92,
will be finished and occupied herore the
close of the present year. This an
nouncement was made from, the pulpit
Sunday by Rev. George B. Van "Waters,
D. D., rector, the 10th anniversary of his
rectorship. The encouragement he has
received In the -way of large subscrip
tions and cash, together -with the prom
ise of the hearty co-operation of the mem
bers of the church, Its friends and the
residents of the community, justified Dr.
Van "Waters In making this statement
from his pulpit. It has been through
the enthusiasm and devotion of the mem
bers and skillful management that St.
David's Church has been able to hold
its fine property of one-half block on
East Twelfth, between East Morrison and
Belmont streets, through the years of
financial stress, and to be able now to
take steps for the completion of what
will be the finest etone church on the
East Side and one of the finest in the
city.
Over 10 years ago, and before Dr. Van
"Waters was called to the rectorship, the
congregation determined to build a new
stone church and rectory and parish
house. Elaborate plans were drawn up
for this .group of buildings, and the half
block on East Twelfth street was se
cured. The old church was moved from
East Sixth and East Morrison streets to
the ground purchased, and a rectory was
first built, and work on the magnificent
stone edifice was began on the corner
of East Twelfth and Belmont streets,
and the corner-stone was laid by Bishop
"Wistar B. Morris. The work on the
church was prosecuted with vigor, and
the -walls -were carried iip about 15 feet
Tvnen work was forced to cease by rea
4 eon of the panic which struck the whole
country In 1S93. Since then the walls
have been standing covered with boards
all these years, and much as the con
gregation desired to do so, it seemed im
possible to complete the structure; but
conditions have changed, and it is to
be finished. In his address to his con
gregation Sunday, Dr. Van "Waters spoke
of the plans for the future and said that
it was intended the church should he fin
ished and ready for occupancy before
the close of the year; that a consider
able sum had been subscribed and much
of it actually paid Into his hands, and
that work would be begun at once. The
rector has received a large donation
from a friend, and with other substan
tial subscriptions and with promise of
more, lie felt safe in making the an
nouncement that the building would be
finished.
"While the original plans will be gen
erally followed as to the finishing, it Is
not intended to be so elaborate as at
first contemplated, so that the cost will
be very much lessened. Dr. Van "Waters,
In speaking of the new church yesterday,
said he desired that when occupied it
should be free from debt, New life has
been Infused into this parish by the pos
sibilities, and the rector himself is de
termined that the work must be done,
and that speedily, and expects the co
operation of all members and friends in
this great undertaking.
avenue. In Alblna a petition had been
signed up for the Improvement of Van
couver avenue between Russell and Mc
Mlllen streets. All these projected Im
provements were Immediately stopped
when Judge Bellinger's decision was ren
dered, but will be taken up If it be set
tled that the contracts can be made and
the assessments collected.
Public Benefactor.
People residing in the vicinity of East
Morrison and East Twentieth streets have
been considerably worked up over the
action of a man living there. He Is
bent on killing all the cats In the neigh
borhood, and is making good progress
with the felines of his vicinity. He gets
the cats somehow into his basement, aftd
then beats them to death with a club
or an ax. They are then thrown out
on the track of the electric line, to make
it appear that the cars had killed them.
Tom, the finely educated trick cat, whose
picture appears in "Woodard, Clark &
Co.'s window, was one of his "victims. It
is known that this man induces the cats
to enter his basement and that he kills
them. He seems actuated by pure
malice.
Woolen Mill Buildings.
The contracts for the erection of the
buildings for the woolen mills at Sell
wood will be let as soon as the plans and
specifications' have been prepared. Bids
will be asked for at once. ,The main
mill building will' be 60x200; also a build
ing 50x180 feet for dryhouse, scouring and
sorting purposes, and a warehouse 40x80
will be erected. The mill at Dalles will be
dismantled . and the machinery shipped
to-Portland as, soon as the buildings
are ready. Charles Carter, has been
selected as superintendent and will enter
on his work at once. He has had about
19 years' experience. He will sunerin-
tend the installation of the machinery
and the erection of the buildings.
Raised $1200 for Nevr Church.
At a congregational meeting of the
Mlzpah Presbyterian Church, East Thir
teenth and Powell streets, held a few
evenings ago, $1200 was raised toward
the erection of the proposed new build
ing. This Is considered an excellent
start, and there is no doubt but the full
amount required will be secured. The
intention is to build a $5000 church, and
with the help from the general fund
raised by the Portland Presbyterians, it
will be built this year. .
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Can save money by attend
ing our Spring Sale of Gro
ceries now going on in the
basement. ' Everything
offered in this-sale is strictly
fresh, pure, and of the high
est standard. We absolute
ly guarantee the quality of
everything we sell, and
should the goods prove un
satisfactory in any way all
you have to do is to send
them back and your money
will be cheerfully refunded.
Estimate your probable
wants for the next two or
three weeks. Buy here and
now, and you'll save a great
deal of money more than you would imagine possible on staple goods.
This, of course, is but a partial list of what we are offering and of our
low prices. Sale commences this morning at 8 o'clock and continues
through the week. If you can't come 'PHONE PRI VATE: EXCHANGE 4.
Hope for Streets.
Those who have been trying to get
East Burnslde street and Grand avenue
Improved have taken hope from the de
cision published In yesterday morning's
Oregonlan. Charles Wilson, interested
In the improvement of East Burnslde
street, interviewed the City Engineer
and the Mayor, and they think that work
on the improvement of streets may go
ahead, the same as ever from the first
cf the month. The petition of East
Burnslde street provided for the Im
provement from the Burnslde bridge ap
proach to East Fourteenth, and for the
Improvement of Grand avenue from Bel
mont to East Burnslde street. There
was a movement also for rebuilding the
elevated roadway on East Washington
betweea East Water street and Union
East Side Notes.
The Hassalo-Street Congregational
Church at Holladay's addition will cele
brate Its 30th anniversary this evening
wim an appropriate programme.
Gilbert Aulxllary No. 1, Spanish-American
War "Veterans, will give a whist party
tonight to veterans and their friends at
Central Hall, corner Union avenue and
East Morrison.
A" deed to the Riley property, purchased
by the Odd Fellows' Home trustees, has
been secured. The deed will be present
ed to the grand lodge, which meets at
Baker City May 22.
Dr. Wise has remove to rooms 211. 212
end 213. The Failing, cor. 3d and Wash.
GREAT K0RTHERN 'RAILWAY,
Special Rate Bulletin.
For the Medical Association meeting at
St. Paul May 29 to June 7, $60 for the
round trip; tickets on sale May 30, good
60 days. For the Modern Woodmen meet
ing, St. Paul, June 11, $60 for the round
trip; tickets on sale June 7, good 60 days.
For full particulars regarding above, and
rates to the Pan-American Exposition,
call at Great Northern city ticket office
-No. 122 Tnird street, or address A. B. C.
Dennlston, City Passenger and Ticket
Agent.
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS BARGAIN SALE
Union colored silk, 26 inches, plain or corded ?1.73
Fine levantlne colored silk 2 50
Fine levantlne colored silk, with border, the latest 3.00
One lot fine silk, all colors, with fancy handles, from $5.50 up to 18.50. at.. 4.50
Ladles' and gents' English gloria, rust-proof frame 1.25
Sllkana, warranted not to split, rust-proof frame 1.50
EVERY ARTICLE REDUCED
JOHN KLLESINK
Opposite Postofflce.
309 MORRISON STREET.
Standard Tomatoes, cans
for 15 c.
Standard Corn, 2 cans 15c.
Fancy Maine Corn, 10c.
French Peas at 20c.
French Mushrooms, 20c.
Russian Caviar, 2 for 3 5c.
Puree de Foi Gras Truffle,
20c.
Bayle's Horse Radish and
Mustard, large size, 15c.
Ground Chocolate, lb., 27c.
Baker's Unsweetened
Chocolate, package, 20c.
Sweet Chocolate, lb., 20c.
Fairbank's Gold Dust, 15c,
Minced Sea Clams, lie.
Armpur's Pork and Beans,
2-lbt cns for 10c.
Rising Sun Stove Polish, 5c.
Liquid Bluing, 5 c.
Schilling's Baking Soda, 5c
Pure Corn Starch, lb., 5c.
Electro Silicon, 8c.
Armour's Boned Chicken,
can, 22c.
Barataria Shrimps, -lb, 10c
Royal Baking Powder, 45c.
Press Matches, 6 for 25 c.
Butter and Eggs at the
very lowest prices.
Armour's Boned Turkey,
can, 22 o.
Grape-Nuts, 2 pkgs., 25c.
Germea at 20c.
R. S. -V. P. Table Salt," 10c.
Carnation Cream, 3 for 25c
Eagle Milk, 15c.
Kusalana Ceylon Tea, 1-lb.
pkge, 60e; 4-lb.pkge,S0c
Deviled Ham, 6 for 25c.
Armour's Ham Loaf, 10c.
Armour's Chipped Beef, 2
for 25c.
Mahesell Sardines, 2 for 25c
Shrimps and Tomatoes, 15c
Bananas, ' Oranges and
Lemons at low prices.
"Lea & Perrin's Worcester
shire Sauce, 25o.
Large Size Lea & Perrin's,
45 c .
Keek's Gelatine at 10c
Red M. Soap, 5c cake.
Gal. pure Olive Oil, 2.50.
Maraschini Cherries, 75c.
10-oz. bottle o? pu?9 Cali
fornia Olive Oil, 20c.
Grandpa's Wonder Soap, 6
for 25e.
Singapore Sliced Pine
apple, 3 cans for 50e.
Figprune Cereal, 22c.
Postum Cereal, 22c.
Acme Health Kofty, 20c.
Mocha and Java Coffee,
lb., 30c.
English Breakfast Tea, lb.,
40e.
Gunpowder Tea, lb., 40c.
RoyalSavonSoap,10for25e
Macaroni and Vermicelli,
. 1-lb. package for 10c.
Kippered Herring, 20c.
Fancy Golden Dates, pkge.,
100.
Peanut Brittle, 3 for 25e.
Full Cream Cheese, lb. 15c.
Crosse & Blaekwell's Chow
Chow, small 25 c, medium
45c.
Fancy Crackers, Hams, Ba
con and Potatoes at low
est prices.
(Basement) Telephone Private Exchange 1 4-
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ESTABLISHED 1870.
INCORPORATED 1800.
Q. P. RUMMELIN &rSONS
MANUFACTURING FURRIERS
126 Second St., near Washington
Telephone Main 491
HIGH-GRADE FURS UUR SPECIALTY
We are now carrying a complete line of OSTRICH FEATHER BOAS In
black, gray, white, natural, a'nd black and white combined. BEST QUALITY
AND LOWES r PRICES.
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$26, $28, $30 Suits for
ladies, $19.95. All' this
season's best styles.
$18 and $20 Suits, $12.95
$11 SilkPetticoats,-$7.25
25c Sheet Music, 16c copy
For Coast Use
We offer exceptional
values In many useful lines
of merchandise.
Silkoline Comforts, $1.39
Downaline Comforts,
$2.19.
Curtain Materials re
duced. Crispene Portieres, $1.19
Art Squares and Mat
tings at very low prices.
Table Damask, 68c yard.
Table Napkins, $1.43 dz.
Bedspreads, 96c.
Crockery and Kitchen
Goods-for coast use. Spe
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41c the Yard 5
We place on sale this morning
about 2000 yards of new all-wool
Challies. This season's fabrics.
Best colorings and designs in
small figures, dots aiid stripes.
Very desirable for Summer waists
and dresses. Here's the lowest
price of the season on all-wool
challies 41c the yard.
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Straw Hats
In th9 newest shapes and
braids; the best variety
we have ever shown; qual
ities of straws superior to
any to be found in town.
We are prepared to please
a vex j xaubjr ab roasuiiauio
prices.
"Hawes" Hats, aH shapes,
$3.00.
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Outing Goods
Croquet Sets, Patent
Swings and Saw Horses for
the children.
Hammocks in very large
variety.
Tennis and Baseball
Goods.
Fishing Tackle.
Bicycle Supplies.
(Third floor.)
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HEIER & FRANK COMPANY.
SAVE A DAY.
Take the "Portland-Chicago Special" on
the O. R. & N. any morning at 9 o'clock,
and land" In Chicago In three days. Buf
fet library cars, dining cars, Pullman,
standard and ordinary sleepers, chair
cars and the best of everything in rail
way comforts and safety appliances. Two
through trains via Huntington daily. One
train via Spokane to St. Paul in shorter
time than via any other route. For par
ticulars and lowest rates apply at O. R. &
N. Co. city ticket office. Third and "Wash
ington streets.
Hood's Sarsaparllla cures rheumatism,
dyspepsia and catarrh, because they are
blood diseases.
The Hardman piano needs no introduction to the American public. For
fifty years it has been known in the United States. Its merits are those of
a most carefully constructed piano of the highest class. Its claims to the
recognition which it has obtained are based upon Its possessing every point
of excellence contained In other pianos of the first rank, and also upon Its
having a combination of essentials not found in any other Instrument. These
essential points consist of
MUSICAL SUPERIORITY
DURABILITY, REPUTATION
AND ITS BONG SOLD AT
A MODERATE PRICE
Much might be written as to what Is necessary to be known in purchasing
pianos Intelligently, but the above four points Influence thejiareful buyer. We
also handle the Knabe, Steck, Fischer, Ludwig. Packard and other well-known
makes, and are .known as a strictly HIG-I-GRADE house. Our prices are
conceded to be the lowest, either lor cash or easy payments.
ALLEN & GILBERT CO.
the wiley "i: allen co. 209-21 1 First Street
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Dr. Lyon
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Tooth Powde
AN ELEGANT TOILET LUXURYn
Used by people of refinement
for over a quarter of a century.
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Genuine stamped CCC. Never sold In bu0T.
' Beware of the dealer who tries to sell
something "just a. good.
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WEDDING CARDS
'G. 'SMITH & COo
VISITING AND WEDDING-CARD ENGRAVERS
THIRD FLOOR
WASHINGTON BUILDING
COR. FOURTH AND WASHINGTON STS;
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