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THE MORNING OHBGONIAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1904.
Roosevelt Receives. Jap
MIKADO SENDS GREETINGS
Desire for Closer Relations
With America Expressed,
He Assures His Visitor That His Sent
iments Are Reciprocated by the
Nation at Large Dinner Con
cludes the Programme.
"WASHINGTON," Nov. 15. Prince Sada
mura Fushlma, a near relative of the Em
peror of Japan, "who has arrived in Wash
ington as the guest of the Nation, called
today gX the "White House and conveyed
to the President the good -wishes and
friendship of the Mikado, .and the tatter's
hope for the President's continued good
health and happiness. The Prince's ad
dress, -which -was in Japanese and In
terpreted by one of his suite, -was brief
and bespoke closer and stronger relations
between the two countries. The President
in Ills response gave asearasoe of tM
sentiment by the Americas people and
wished the Japanese people prosperity.
Shortly before 10 o'clock, Princa Fu
shlma and his suite -were driven from the
Arlington Hotel to the "White House. The
Prince occupied the state carriage of the
Japanese legation. Assistant Secretary
Pelrce and Mr. Hioki rode with him.
The suite consisted of A. Sato, grand
master of the Prince's household; Count
S. Terashlma, Major Mihara, Mr. Watan-
abe, master of ceremonies of the Emperor;
Dr. TC Bokku, physician to the Prince,
and Mr. Sbosuka Matsuka, third secretary
of the Japanese Legation, -who met the
Prince at San Francisco.
Prince Fushlma. was attired In the uni
form of a Lieutenant-General of the Jap
anese army. The other members of his.
suite -wore uniforms of their grades in
the army or the diplomatic corps. As
the jcarriages of the party, headed by a
platoon of mounted police, swept Into the
porte cochere of the "White House, they
were met by Colonel Charles S. Brom
well, the military aide, and Captain Cam
eron McR. "Winslow, the naval aide of
President Roosevelt. Assistant Secretary
Pelrce presented the Prince to. them, and
the party then was conducted into the
Meeting With Roosevelt.
The Prince' and his suite were ushered
into the Wueroom, where In a few minutes
President Roosevelt, accompanied, by As
sistant Secretary of State Francis B. Loo
mis and Secretary Loeb, greeted them.
The greeting between the President and
Prince Fushlma was cordial. The presen
tations were made by Mr. Pelrce.
Prince Fushlma addressed the Presi
dent In Japanese, his remarks being in
terpreted by one of his suite. He said in
"His Majesty, the Emperor of Japan,
charged me to convey to you his earnest
desire that the historic- relations or amity
and good feeling tvhich have always, since
the days of Commodore Ferry, united the
great republic of the "West with the em
pire of the legendary East, and which
have contributed in no small measure to
the progress and prosperity of Japan, may
grow still closer and stronger with the
passing of years, and I assure you, Mr.
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Cor. Sixth and Morrison
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IN OUR SUIT SALON
Quality, Style and Economy Reign
The Silverfield quality policy is reflected in every garment that
Silverfield shows. The trinity of dress perfection quality, , style and
economy are portrayed in the finest ready-to-wear for women ever
shown in this city.
The savings we are in a position to offer you are such that every
conservative woman owes it to herself to take of them.
$1.25 Gloves, 89c
The fact that no requisite should be more faultlessly correct than Sid
Gloves has been fully appreciated in our splendid line of long and
short gloves in glace or suede, in colors and shades sufficient to
attain any desired color effect. Our $1.00 and $1.25 values for
special, per pair . 89?
Out Entire Line Veils and Hat Drapes One-Fomrth Off
A Big Saving One-Fourth Off.
rant AftBcy for
Lipman, Wolf e & Company
The oaly store in the
city which does artistic
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There Are Only Four Days More of the
Great November Cloak Department Sale
Our Cloak and Suit-buyer has returned from the New York market a few weeks ago. Since then his purchases of women's highest-class
wearing apparel identical in style with goods shown in New York's swellest shops has been pouring in as a constant stream. All of these
merchandise beauties are on sale this week at reduced prices thus affording opportunities for the procuring of women's wearing apparel of
guaranteed style and newness at lower prices than charged elsewhere for goods of much inferior quality and very doubtful age.
All Tailored Suits at Reduced Prices
$11.88 to $139.50 instead of $15.00 to $175.00.
All Coats and Jackets at Reduced Prices
$5.98 to 67.85 instead of $7.50 to $80.00.
All Waists at Reduced-Prices
79 to $21.90 instead of $1.00 to $27.50.
All Children's Coats at Reduced Prices
$1.60 to $19.75 instead of $2.00 to $25.00.
All Purs at Reduced Prices
$1.17 to $17.95 instead of $1.50 to $22.50.
All Raincoats at Reduced Prices
$9.87 to $89.75 instead of $12.50 to $50.00.
All Petticoats at Reduced Prices
780 to $21.50 instead of $1.00 to $27.50.
All Wrappers and Negligees at RediicedPrices
All Skirts at Reduced Prices
$2.39 to $32.00 instead of $3.50 to $40.00.
78q "to -f 28.50 instead of $1.00 to $35.00.
5000 new colored pictures, in new
landscape and marine scenes,
heads, fruit and game pictures.
Matted on new brown boards,
with gold inner matt; regular
price 25c, special, five for 500
The hits from the " Runaways," at
our music department only. Ask
to hear them.
New Mission Clocks, the Santa Clara,
San Jose and others, In two slzes-r-
100 small size, special Sl-48
SO large size, special S30
1000 Souvenir Cups of Portland, the
best cup ever shown; sold regular
at $1.00, special 60c
Unparalleled Savings in New Dress Goods
2Qtlnstead of 50c. This. lot
consists of illuminated
Zibelines, fancy mixed suitings,
polka dot brilliantines for shirt
waist, etc, all 50c goods, at... .29
75cInstead of $1'00" Five
thousand yards of black
and colored cheviots, serges and
cloths, silk and wool Crepe de Paris
in 15 colors, 54-inch Amazon cloths,
illuminated and plain zibelines, cov
erts, suitings, etc, etc best $L00
values, on sale at only 7o."
2QInstead of 65c- This lot
consists of 44-inch all-wool
storm serges, in black, navy, car
dinal; 40-inch Scotch plaid brillian
tines, 38-inch all-wool granite
cloths, fancy check suitings, 65c
values, at 42.
Instead of 75c choice of
42-inch fancy camelshair
suitings, 56-inch English kersey,
mannish mixtures, colored corduroy
velveteens, black and colored nov
elty suitings 75c goods at 59
fS J5 Instead of 90c. Choice of
Wblack and colored dress
goods in the latest weaves; five
pieces of novelty zibelines, plaid
meltons 54 inches wide small check
suitings all of these in latest Fall
colorings actual 90c and 85c
values, on sale at the low price of
$1 IB Instead of $1.50.
J.JLJ Choice of 54-inch
black broadcloth, prunellas, unfin
ished worsteds, Venetian, Turkish
mohair crepes, 50-inch waterproof
coverts, 44-inch French novelty zibe
lines for outer cqats, imported tailor
Suitings the best $1.50 values, for
QTVi Instead of $1.25 choice
iu? L 54-inch convent serges,
sponged and shrunk, colors and
black; 50 to 56Vinch tailor suitings,
in this season's best styles; 56-inch
extra heavy English tailor cloths;
25 pieces of new black goods, in
cluding best $L25 value, for only
flf ?Q Instead of $1.75
4pjL7 Choice of 44 to 54
inch imported novelty dress goods, in
black and colors; 60-inch Priestley
tailor tweeds, in all colors; 54-inch
English and American tailor suit
ings of all kinds; 54-inch fine mixed
coverts and broadcloths best $1.75
fabrics on the market, at $1.29.
Fine Table Linens on Sale at Reduced Prices
YAItD Very fine quality of
bleached all-linen Irish Table
Damask, 6 inches wide; 22-inch Nap
kins to match the above at $2.13
OQn YARD Very fine quality of
O 7 W bleached all-linen Irish Table
Damask, 66 and 72 inches wide.
Ck7f YARD Very heavy quality
M. of bleached all-linen Scotch
Table Damask, 68 inches wide 22
inch Napkins to match at $2.69 doz
1 YARD Extra quality
pj.i.O all-linen bleached Scotch
and Irish Table Damasks, 72 inches
0f DO YARD Superbly beau
ipJiJ tiful Satin Damasks of
Scotch, Irish, German and Austrian
makes, 72 inches wide.
"We call your attention to the very
high qualities of Napkins we offer at
Twenty-inch Bleached all-linen Dam
ask Napkins, special, dozen
Twenty-two-inch Bleached all-linen
Damask Napkins, special at, dozen,
$1.68, $2.19, $2.33, $2.73
Twenty-four-inch Bleached all-linen
Damask Napkins, special at, dozen,
$2.73 and $3.33
Twenty-five and Twenty-six-inch
bleached all-linen Damask Napkins,
special at $3.47, $4.29,
Also Tray Cloths, Centerpieces,
Scarfs, Doilies, etc. We show a com
plete line of them in Damask Hem
stitched and Drawnwork effects.
Cloths with Napkins to match. Our
entire stock on sale at very special
prices. We quote:
PINE IRISH DAMASK CLOTHS.
2 yards at 2J0
2 yards at S2.63
3 yards at $3.05
24-Inch Napkins to match, dozen.. $3.10
FINER IRISH DAMASK CLOTHS.
2 yards at 92.83
2 yards at 3.1D
3 yards at - $3.73
24 square at S3.7S
24-lnch Napkins to match at, doz.f3.73
2 yard3 at 34J3
2 yards at 54.27
3 yards at R5.19
24-inch Napkln3 to match at, doz. $4.73
Choice of design In square or round
designs. They are of extra fine quality
2x2 yards. 2y,x2U yards, 2x2
yards all of them marked at very low
Our entire stock of women's Silk,
Leather and Velvet Belts on sale at
25c Belts for 14c
Women's Kid Belts, black only, gilt
buckles; best 25c values now
35c Belts for 22c
Silk and Velveteen Belts, plain and
plaited, gilt and gunmetal
buckles; full line of colors.
65c Belts for 37c
Silk, Kid and Broadtail Belts, plain
and two-toned effects, assorted
buckles, alt colors.
85c Belts for 45c
Silk and Broadtail Belts; some have
plain, others fancy buckles. All
colors in the line.
Great Sale Rugs, Curtains, Couch Covers, Portieres, Draperies
Special sale of Scotch Curtains in Cable
and Imitation Brussels Nets white and
ecru Newest patterns 3, 32 and 4 yards
long 45 to 60 inches wide.
$1.00 Scotch Curtains for $ .S3
51.50 Scotch Curtains for ?U5
$2.00 Scotch Curtains for 31.55
$2.50 Scotch Curtains for $13
$3.00 Scotch Curtains for S238
$3.50 Scotch Curtains for S2.78
Real Bobbinet Curtains
Real Bobbinet Lace Curtains in Batten
berg, Irish Point and Cluny effects in white,
Arabian and ecru colorings
$4.00 and $4.50 Bobbinet Cur tain's....;... S3.15
$5.50 and $6.00 Bobbinet Curtains AX
$7.50 Bobbinet Curtains 85.95
Begular 10c Extension Bods for 7c
Regular 20c Extension Bods for 12c
Regular 25c Extension Bods for 15c
Reversible Smyrna Rugs
All-wool Smyrna Rugs, in rich new Ori
ental and conventional designs, on sale at
very low prices.
$1.10 quality. 18x36 Inches, for S .S3
.$1.60 quality, 21x42 inches, for $1.35
$2.25 qpality, 26x54 inches, for $1.70
$2.75 quality, 30x60 inches, for $1.98
Bright, cheery patterp.ed. Axminster Rugs
for Jittle money. S
$2.50 quality, 276pinches, for $1.98
vRoniHn Silk Madras
Special sale of Roman striped silk Madras
45 inches wide:
Regular $1.00 Silk Madras for ...58c
Regular $1.25 Silk Madras for 78c
Couch Cover Sale
Great nnderprice event in new and very
handsome Couch Covers here today.
Great Special for $ 1 .39
Tapestry Couch Covers, in striped Oriental
designs, 3 yards long, 55 inches wide,
fringed, great value at $1.38
Couch Covers in all the newest conven
tional, Oriental and floral designs; made of
very finest double-faced Tapestry full
three yards long, 60 to 66 inches wide, and
$3.50 Couch Covers for.... $235
$4.00 and $4.50 Couch Covers for S3-35
55.00 Couch Covers for -.$X&5
$6.00 Couch Covers for S45
$7.50 Couch Covers for ..$5.95
Great Sale of Tapestries
Double-faced brocaded velours, 50 inches
wide, regularly $4.00, reduced to $2.39
Single-faced brocaded velour, 50 inches
wide, regularly $3.50, reduced to $1.79
Double-faced silk-finished Tapestry, in
old Tose, Nile green, red and olive green,
50 inches wide :
Regular S2.75 Tapestry for.... $1.58
Regular $1.75 Tapestry for $ .96
M.'t.I a. 1.1 . I U. VM H f 0' -I CI
President, that I believe I Interpret the
sentiment of my countrymen when I add
that the words of His Majesty find a
ready echo in tho hearts of His Majesty's
The President's response was as follows:
"It gives me unfeigned pleasure to meet
your Imperial highness, and to hear from
you the expression of the friendly sentiments-
of His Majesty, the Emperor, and
of the people of Japan toward the United
States. I assure you that these senti
ments are reciprocated by me and by the
American people. Ever since the Empire
of Japan, at the invitation of this coun
try, entered upon the career of modern
and International progress, which has led
to such brilliant results, the relations of
the two countries have been those of un
broken friendship I pray that those re
lations may continue forever, growing al
ways more friendly and more extended,
and I trust that this visit of your Im
perial highness may result In that increase
of mutual good will between this Republic
and the Empire of Japan-which will nat
urally come from more intimate acquaint
ance and wider knowledge of each other.
"I beg you to convey to- His Majesty,
the Emperor, my grateful appreciation o'f
hi valued expressions of amity and my.
best wishes for his health and happiness
and the prosperity of the Japanese people-"
The President and Prince Fushlma then
chatted animatedly for ten minutes. Their
conversation was conducted through an
interpreter and related principally to Jap
anese history and literature, with inci
dental reference .to the Russo-Japanese
-war, in which Prince Fushlma has played
a conspicuous part. The Prince expressed
himself as pleased and surprised at the
knowledge tho President showed of these
President Returns Call.
The Prince and his party left the White
House Tinder the escort of Mr. Pelrce and
Colonel Symons. The President later re
turned the call of Prince Fushlma, driving
from the "White House to the Arlington
Hotel in an open carriage, surrounded by
bicycle policemen. Accompanying the
President were his secretary, Mr. Loeb.
and his military and naval aides.
After the President left, the Prince took
an automobile ride over the city, escort
ed by Colonel Symons and Mr. Pelrce.
At the White. Houe tonight the Prince
was thegueet of honor at & dinaer given
by th PrMMest No woaM's-were re
TURN TO CABLE WHEN WIRES GO
Chicago Brokers Send Messages to
New York by Way of Yokohama.
CHICAGO, Nov. 15. Cut oft from the
East by the storm's destruction o'f tele
graph and telephone wires, Chicago brok
ers have resorted to extraordinary
expedients In their efforts to establish
business with their New York offices.
Messages were sent around the world by
way of Yokohama, but nd replies were
received In time to be of value for the
day's trading. In -other Instances mes
sages were dispatched to New York on
the 20-hour flyer, which leaves Chicago
just afternoon, the hope being that the
fast train would be able to reach the
metropolis before the opening of the
Stock Exchange today. Btlll another ex
pedient was to telegraph orders to Roch
ester or Buffalo, to which elites wires
were in operation, and from which the
orders were mailed to New York City.
It Was the most complete tle-Uf) of wire
service that the Stock: Xxckasge Jmls
known In the last- IS years. TJrefe Tfx
no time during the 4ay when ay krekwf
knw tfe coMKWa C the X$ Yrk
market at the moment, quotations being
so ar behind as to be valueless.
New York Far From Normal.
NEW YORK. Nov. 15. While consider
able progress has been made In repairing
the damage wrought by Sunday night's
gale, conditions today are by no means
normal. Good connections had been es
tablished between New York Philadelphia
and Boston, but beyond these points emer
gency connections were still in use. In
Eastern Maine, where more than. 120ft tele
graph and telephone poles were blown
down during the storm, the wires were
still out of service.
Jra. 'Kn!cker So you want your husband- to
give you aometbtns he, has made himself.? Xrs.
Bocker-Tes; about S5O0. Harper's Baaar.
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