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Trading Stamps Will Be Given on All Charge Accounts if Paid in Full by the 10th of Each Month
Santa Claus Will Entertain the Children in Toyland on the 4th Floor From 2 to 5 Every Afternoon
PRESIDENT OF THE DALLES SOR0SI3 CLUB VISITING HERE.
and Glore Orders
Issued for Any
Apply at Balcony
OldSyWoriman S: King
Reliable Merchandise Reliable Methods
In the Basement
Pacific Phone Marshall 4800
Home Phone A 6231
Xmas Shopping at This StoreLn?p?uMeFor You!
TTTIT jrORMXG OREGOXIAN", WEDNESDAY, DECE3IBEI? 8, 1915. "
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Im win b th
a xHrtit to b
tven nRiCi la Laarathorst dubious
by J. r. tyas. ti otcoo Bbako-
peare studaat. For seerl nU Ito
feesor Jeee-pkla llifflmoivl has boea
I:Stt tko members of the La a ra I -tarii
l?4r Cta an 4 their meads
i"a bar lallts ca IS meder drama
aai coaewi::y tbey ar ait cariosity
Is baew aat Mr. Mtns will k to
r. Of coan alt lb Sbakaapear
ocK'KiatU wul be tare. several
mT)n of ta for Used eaake.epaera
H ir i.'lu wi.l to uete.
ToniiM lectur wi.l b fro and
open to ait wko ut to bear th wall
epeaker. Mr. rUeaena kaa a
lrc collection of books la bis li
brary, all prtalainc to bte favorite,
tao Uxrd el Avon aa4 from tao he
be cuUi (Buck hnowladse.
a a a
Moat Irrportaa t of all club metlnae
tay will ho that cf tko Presidents'
ins. Rir!t win convene la tko louac
vmn i arutian AooruIloD at noon
r UiKOa followed br a koala
hpma Parent-Teafher Association
will meet at ov-ioc today. Miss
J. ..la llo!e Millard, of la Library.
arm Mre Alva L eilapbea. prsaMent
of th lertlanl t'iran t-Takr Ce un
ci wul ie nddreeeae.
a a a
r.saa Cur Tark rraat-Tarbr A'
oa-iatioa will woat on Thursday at S.tt
ilaci wkeo, tnr w ! k aa attract
Capital Hi;J raral-Terhr Aeaocia
tioa wl.l k aa cllaot prosraoun
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'asral. W. O T. I, precramma,
Mr. .Vatti It:- to iPHk.
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taiara.krat fink taatkt. Ota-
cuatla f aapara-
llavtkwra Caraat-Taackar Aa-
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tralnataa rrnc-Ta-har A-
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tlaoaaio Al l S I o t jr. it J
T haalar atraal. S o clock.
oa rri4T ttl Anntf ethar ftora
tar b aa ad4ra tr Mr. A.
Aitmr wbo vtll tail of tna advaa-l-
to bo fjuaj by sirla la a trad
a a a
r.llot rr!.TfKf Aaaoclattoa wlit
rta bra! J ararr itr. J Chrta
O t ar. "let. Mi.a J-aia MU
lrrt. Bat of tka CklWraa a)aprtmat
of ta Library, aaj aavaral othar will
matrtbit to mo plaaaur of tao sa
bars ko attach.
Tna Oak Orovo Taroat-Toarbar Aa-
v::ii will inaat rrliUr aftarnooa
at ta -hooL Mr. AIa La fttcphan
(ia bar rPort ea JaOiIa t'onrt
warn, wbki aka raa 1 at CoraIU
rnra.-taa t Mia Lela b-aaaadr. a Croup
af tna arboo! cki!4raa alnc. At
tna clnaa of b aratarta!otBcat ta UI
A ramkie4 orocramaa aa4 bvalaaa
a-aatirc baa kn arraca4 br tka
'4a a "tal rt Club of Oak
f.roia wbt- fk bmu tomorrow witk Mra
Camtiaa rrlab Tka roaraaua la
:i4a. Tko Mom Etoaetaica Moa-
irBl." TVblti-omk and Parrow. br Mra
blorane I. tiiUHjl. Tn Nw Mouw
kpirla;. riatia rra4rirk: Tho b.f
f ioi Itouaakaapar." Mr. Euatco
Tl.r. ant "Tka CTu-lant Tool." Mrs.
Mara at. drown. Tb club mam bar a r a
ra.i 4ata4 to brtna; tbair aar books.
'or tko kar St of tko octal aorrtc
4apartmat of in Woe4Iawa Paroal-Tt..-0-r
Aaaoctatioa. m atlaar t-a will
bo kaM la tko koma of Mrs. Tkattar
Haa.J. 31 Jarrott atra't. todar from
1 to o clock. Mrs, tvillia Mu-kmaa
all! nr a r'rao alo; Mrs. M. X. sta.
sanaos n4 Mis t:aa-it Krllyar wilt
air Mr. v. u Msillncar wilt l
rr. Alafttr Tbompaoa 49rtTta
V-i j,ra. of Ta Dallas, w visltlrvc M
I milr 'K.a. of ta jM(r Aprtmaota
Mrs. Tbompoon I praaldaot of th
fr"i TJaX af Tka raU. an4 la for.
raapon'i.aa tacrttarf of tno ltata Fa4
r'wn a ram kar to atte4 ta
sis' boar 4 trallB.
H UT', t.-. T a- Naw
raa'a.t aara Uat S l4t tnC IlkaCfra'? a. .
' ai a SaMli Cla M. 4 -m 4 I ha.
114 .ravnt'aa Sat.la. aaaaNia ciC aaaa
aaWiO&o tao aWaoc aaaryaal Bfl-ra iaaam
a4 :raa4r ar at work a a campa!a for
TMi aonoonrmaBt from Sald
kowa tko spirit of placo tko aplrll
txat won tho coasaatlon. Sasid will.
Bo doabf. "roak cood. too. for It baa
a aplaadld aat of albua.aatio and ioyal
a a a
Tka Hawthorn Tarnt-Tarhr Clr
rta wilt bold Its tnontblr tnaatlnj to
day at 2 1 P. M. at tb Hast ida
ttranctt Library. Eaat tlnik and
AMir stroot. Th rotin; will bo
under tb aoaplca of tb puro lttra
tar commltt. Aftar a short businsss
saaaloa tkr will bo a talk by Mis
tiailay on "What th Ubrary Is D"in
for tb Orssiiupa." Mrs. Mabal Wiu
larra will imk ea "What tha Library
I rxiioc for th Children." and Mra
K. II. Irsiall will pak on "fur
Litaratura." Ill vt rt-i by th al-
mantarr bo. On of th moat lntr-atina-
mtmc of th saaaon Is an
ticipated and It I bopod that vry
mambor and all parsons lntratd lo
chool work and th subjret of par
litrratar will b jrnl. Mr, n. JI.
Hal lam. rraaldmt. will prld.
Th drrtmnt of publlf apklna of
th Ootrrl will mt Monday at 3
o'clock In th !tot ImpvrlaL Mrs.
Halts Millar rnn la lradr.
a a a
Nakt Octobor. whaa th atato eonvn
tloa of tb two bic orasnlaatloas ar
halj. tb Concraa of Motbrr will
mm In Th Illa Poabtlass many
of tka Castara orvcon woman will bo
ablo to attnd that who will not bo
M it lo tko club cathvriaa at
iatt't. (iTral aaw parnt-lachar
associations bay ra-antlr baa a orsaa
id la and about Tb talla.
NOON PRAYER SERIES HELD
Speaker for Ixw n tow a Mvrtlnca
I'riday Are AaDoaorrU.
Th first rla of noonday prayarl
fflaatlnca for tba doaftlavn dlatalc-ia'
bacaa ytrday at aoea. Th raa rat-l
tns war held. It. J. Tsrl lilao 14 I
tho mtiaa- at t T. M. C. A.. Ir
Urr B. Pratt at th Mao a Haoortl
and Mrs. C W. Iiadroa at tb T.
W C. A
Nat rtMay tho nasi rl will b i
bald. . IL Lilsanbarf will la4 thai
mtln- at th T. M. C. A.. It. I.ee -aat I
at tb Man' Ra-ort and Mr, w. B. uo-
on at th T. W. C. A.
tlood report ar bianlnr to com
la from om of tho churrh of thai
city conaralnv roitaka prayar moat-1
Ipaa. Mast wak nor church ar
plan air; to atari similar mtln.
f ia.00 Dinutr hmlt Gra to Jury.
ALU ANT. Or, Dae. T. (Sr ciL I
Tb trial ef tb caea In whlckj y. U
tJtll a.k for 111.440 damac from'
tha Jarcbaan-Had Company, of Port
land, wao complctad In th Circuit
Cowrt bar toaiakt. aad tk caeo win
so to lb Jury early In tha morn Inc.
Ijttla was nurd wbll worklna- In
tb constructioB of a wr br laat
f Mokes Stubborn Coughs
vanisn tn a iiumi o
g awstatr Cisid Cauk Imp
Made ad Hae
If som en la roar family haa an ob.
rtinsta evuea or bad throat or cheat ,
cold teat has ben banainaT on aod refuse
to yid to trratasrat, rat from any drus
store - H euareo oi l im-x mad Boak u
into a pint of rouga bjrup, aad walca
boat eoujth vaaiao.
Poor tJio euare of Pierr (SO
eeata wortbl into a pint bottl aod CU
ta bott'a witk plain frsnulatrd svursr
a-cro p.. i ke total coat is aVnat 64 eeota,
and riy yon a full pint a family
apply of a paoat etfecu remeily. at a
aaiiB- of li. A day's uo will usually
overcome a bard rouitb. Lastly prepared
ta A minu tr full directions with Pinet.
Keena perfectly aad Baa a Pleasant tasla.
Cbudxsa like it.
It's real! r remarkable how eromntte
akd aily it Inoaens tr drr. boarae or
tig-at roua aad heal ta is 'arjid ok in
oraaee la a painful cmuirh. It also stop,
tie formation of phlegm la th throat
aad broockiaj tube, tnu endine to per-
scer-t couuh. A plendiJ remedr
foe rroBebiti. winter roue, as. broncbial
asthma aad wboopiaa couck.
Piaes la a special an. hnU conrea
fratrd compound of rnuin Norway pio
tract, rick ta vaiad wtuca is o
sealicf to the membranea.
Aenid fliiSrtrolBttmaal ..tl.. a-ia
innrat for ouncea of Pines." and
tt-) aot a--vpt aaithine else. A ruarar.te
Of aoooitit aatasfarUoa irnea with this!
rrraratio or Bv-ry promrtly tciuni-U. I I
Only 15 Days Then Christmas Are You Prepared?
Dainty Valenciennes Laces
Worth up to 8c
Special at Yard
Main Floor For handkerchiefs, for linrcri. for
holiday sewin; of all kind, these fine Valen
ciennes laces are much in demand. Beading: and
Leadinc edge 25 different patterns to select
from, and widths range, from H to 1 inch. These
would ordinarily sell at 7e to 8e a yard. 3 "
Today, by the 12-YARD BOLT, yard -
85c Baby Flouncing GOcYd.
Main Floor 27-inch Baby Embroidery FlouncinjfS
with dainty ruffle edge. Very fino sheer Swws
wi:h ex'quisit design. We also include at this
price 22-inch allorers in qualities and patterns to
match. Used for yokes, etc Qiulity?!,
worth up to 85c. Special price, the yard
S1.50 Baby Flouncing $1
' Main Floor Exquisite Baby FlouncinffS with fin
eat of hand-machine embroidery patterns Im
ported Swiss work on fine sheer material Flounc
ing worth up to 11.25 and $1.50 TT flf
yard. Priced rery special today, yd. 1
Silk Cords, Tassctsf Frogs
In Great Assortment
Main Floor Let this store furnish the materials
for "fini.ihinir up" your Christmas gifts. We
how a sptendid assortment of frogs, ornaments.
silk cord.c, narrow gold laces, antique and silver
cords and novelties of various kinds for trim-
mi rips, etc Prices range as low as 5c per yard.
Women's and Misses9
$25 Suits at $9.98
$32.50 Suits $14.98
Second Floor Sale extraordinary of
Women's and Misses' Suits. Novelty
belted styles, tailored and fancy cuts,
of wool serges, poplins, homespuns,
broadcloths and mixtures. Plain col
ors, stripes and checks. Suits priced
heretofore up to QO
Placed on sale today itV-'ai'O
Second Floor Stylish new box coat
effects, with belt new loose-back
models, semi-fitted and novelty belted
styles with long; and short coats. Many
fur-trimmed styles others trimmed
with braids, buttons, etc Latest ma
terials. Suits worth J f i Q Q
up to $32X0. Special pJ-1ZfO
Women's $18.50 Coats at $9.98
$25.00 Coats at $12.48
Second Floor Practically half-price
for these smart new coats we place on
sale today. Beautifully tailored from
high-grade fabrics zfbelines, astra
khans and the heavy mixtures. Many in
the pretty plaids with velvet trimmed
collars and cuffs. All the leading
colors are included. t?0 OQ
Coats worth to 18.50 .p'9'J
Second Floor Women's and Misses'
Coats in smartest of the season's
styles many fur-trimmed. Materials
include zibelines, tweeds, plush, broad
cloths, cheviots, etc; also smart mod
els of corduroy. Novelty belted styles,
flare and tailored effects, plain col
ors, stripes, checks, C f O Ji Q
plaids. To $25 coats I5ffO
Special Showing of Suits and Coats for Large Women
All Popular Materials Sizes Range Up to 51
Platinoid Picture Frames
Size 6x8V4, Inches
Priced Special at
Main Floor These make attractive gifts. Will
not tarnish and are not so easily marred or dented
as silver. Size 6x8 4 inches, have removable
plush back and ball feet. On sale today Q q
at. the remarkably low price of only5vC
Toilet Sets Special $3.75
Shaving Stands $1.25
Main Floor Quadruple
Silver Plate Toilet Sets,
in assorted designs.
Sets contain comb,
brush andflJQ rj EZ
Main Floor A splen
did gift. Nickel-plated
Shaving Stands with
brush and cup. Buy
these t o - 4j "J Off
Sample Line Manicure Sets
Main Floor MANUFACTURER'S SAMPLE
LINE Manicure and Toilet Sets Scores of dif
ferent styles the assortment is so large it is im
possible to describe them in detail. These are
marked to sell at about li their regular values.
Black Andirons at $2.50
Third Floor Black
wrought-iron finish An
dirons like cut, 13
'inches high with
beveled corners, cast
iron log rest, 14
in. long. QQ CZfl
S pecial J-J1
Other Andirons priced
from $3.35 to $11.20.
SPECIAL BARGAIN OFFERINGS FOR TODAY
EASEMENT UNDERPRICE STORE
Boys' 2-Pant Suits $3.48
Basement Underprice Store
Boys' School Suits of heavy grade mixtures in
serviceable colors. Made to withstand hard
usage. Sizes from 8 up to 15. tJJO AQ
Boys 2-Pants Suits, WednesdayV-'"0
Boys School Pant of heavy grade tZfg
material. Sixes 6 to 12. Special, pair "-
Boys' Flannel Waists, in colors gray A Os
and blue. Ages 6 to 15. Special
Boys Gauntlet Gloves, heavy grade iQg
leather. Nicely trimmed. Pair, only"
Children's Wool Legflna in aist-O
length styles; $1.00 grade. Special
Men's Work Gloves Sample line in all the
popular styles on sale at Special Low Prices.
Basement Women's House
Dresses of splendid grade ma
terials, light and dark colors and
attractive patterns. rQ
Dresses worth to $1.50 2
$1.50 Xmas Slippers 98c
Basement Underprice Store
Women's tjtri FJEZ
Basement Women's Blanket
Bath Robes in attractive new
patterns and colors. Several
styles. The usual J?0
$3.50 quality, for J
WOMEN'S XMAS SLIPPERS in all the
wanted colors. Fur and ribbon QQf
trimmed styles. Usual S1.50 grade, -7 Ola
trimmed. All colors; $1.25 grade, at
WOMEN'S FELT SLIPPERS, 'iZQf
heavy felt soles; 85c grades on sale at OI
WOMEN'S BOUDOIR SLIPPERS and
strap Slippers. The $1.75 and
$1X0 grades. On sale, special
CHILDREN'S FELT SLIPPERS, with -Q
felt soles: "Mother Goose" trimmed. JC
Children's $1.25 Fur-Trimmed Slippers, 790
MEN'S $1.50 EVERETT SLIPPERS, $1.1 JJ $1.75 ROMEOS, $1.39
Basement Men's Pajamas in
one-piece style. Made from
good heavy-grade outing flan
nel. Put up in fnryQO
Xmas box. Special for a-'Ole-
for Men, 3 for
Basement Men's lure size
pure linen handkerchiefs with
i-inch hemstitched edjre. Good
2." quality. Special ff)
Wednesday, 3 for only
Men's $1 Shirts
Basement 1500 Men's Shirts on
sale Wednesday at a special low
price. Great assortment fancy pat
terns. Plain or plaited, on ZQg
tale Wednesday, at only Olle
ODD LINES Men's Shirts. O
Sie 14. ltM, 17. Choice WaJ I
GOLF GLOVES for Men p Oa,
and Boys, special, per pairaWOwe
MEN'S SUSPENDERS, putO?
up in neat Xmas box. Psir -'-'
MEN'S HOSE SUPPORT- AQg
ERS and Arm Bands. for"0a
MEN'S HOSE and TIE in OQw
Christmas Box. Special at -
Basement 200 Women's Waists
in the special lot on sale
Wednesday. Great many dif
ferent styles. Excellent -f?Qe
$1.00 Waists, special at OaVCe
Boys' $2.50 Shoes
Basement Fancy Boxed Sta
tionery for Christmas gifts.
Extra fine grade paper and
envelopes. 26c kind on T Of
sale Wednesday, a box C
Basement Boys' button or lace
shoes in sizes 10 to 13. Steel-shod
soles some copper
toes. $2.50 grades, at
GIRLS' SHOES Baby Doll and
Mary Jane styles. Some with cloth
tops. Sizes .9 to 2. Q 7 -?Q
$2.75 grades, the pair pJ-.lfiJ
GIRLS' SHOES, with cloth and kid
tops. Low and medium heels. Sizes
2 to 6. Standard 477 QO
$3 and $3.50 Shoes, at aJLeiO
WOMEN'S Roll Edge storm
rubbers; 75c grades, onl
On Sate, Pair
Basement Royal Worcester
and other good makes. New
up-to-date models for average
figures. Sizes 19 to 30. QQ.
$1X0 Corsets, the pair'OC
Basement Japanese Lunch
Cloths in choice assortment of
patterns and colors. Size 36x
36 inches. 60c Cloths, ACT
on sale, special for onlyar-'
Basement Men'a fleece-lined
underwear shirts and drawers
in natural gray. Splendid heavy
grade. On sale Wednes-yJ wa
day, special, garment faf-aJl
Bargains in Knit Underwear & Hosiery
Special 3 Prs.
Basement Men's hose of extra
good wearing quality. Fast
black or tan. with dou- p
ble heel and toe, S pairs WJW
WOMEN'S Fleece-Lined Union
Suite in high or low-neck styles.
Every garment perfect in QO.
fit. $1.25 grades, special i-'Ofce
WOMEN'S Fleece-Lined Vest and
Pants in sizes from 34 up to 48.
Supply your Winter needs JZEZg.
at, special, the garment aj
Children's S9c Outing Flannel Nightgowns at A5c
Children's $2X0 Figured Bath Robes for $1.08
Infants' Stamped Turkish Bath Towels, Special 10f)
WOMEN'S HOSE, of fiber silk, in
fast black, with reinforced heels
and toes. AH sizes. Usual p CZg
60c grade. Special, ;airOC
CHILDREN'S Heavy Fleece-Lined
Union Suits in splendid assortment
of sizes. Nicely finished. FT
Special, the garment for
CHILDREN'S School Hose in me
dium rib suitable for boys and
girls. . Fast black or tan,
12',ic grades at, the pair
Women's 50c Aprons
Basement Men's Raincoat at
a special low price. Guaranteed
rainproof fabric in serviceable
tan color. Priced Of? ff
Basement Women's Coverall aprons
of excellent grade materials. Cut
in full styles. Usual 50c OQ
grade. Wednesday, special
65c Xmas Aprons 50c
Basement Women's fancy Gift
Aprons in great variety of dainty
'styles. Lace and embroidery EZflg
trimmed. 65c kind today at - tC
On Sale Wednesday in Basement
$IJ5 Sheet Steel Covered 7 CZf
Roasters. Size 12x19, at JS
$1.25 Aluminum Roasters. CkQ
Size 10x104. Special aVOw
$3.00 Royal Steel En-CO Jifk
amcled Roasters, atv'-'
Table Mats, set of 2, for only Zit
Table Mat., set of 3, for only 10
Table Mats, set of 5, for only
50c Silver Pie Servers, only liot1
60c Cold Meat Forks, only
40-Watt Tungsten Lights, at 3f
$2.25 Aluminum Cof
fee Percolators, at
$5.25 Decorated Semi-47 Q OQ I
Porcelain Dinner SeUVJOi H
Semi-Porcelain White "J fig
Cups and Saucers, pair, at
White Austrian China f p
Cups, Saucers, the pair y
, Decorated Thin Blown Table CZ
Tumbler. Special, each
Engraved 6-in. Glass Nappies, fVif
10-inch Glass Nappies, at 75
5-inch Handled Nappies for 5f
$1 .50Broadclo th
Basement Fine grade wool
broadcloth 52 inches wide, all
wanted shades. Usual OQf
$1X0 quality, at, yarde-'O'
$1 Silk and Wool Moire CZftf
Poplins 44-in. Yardtft
$1-25 Saxony Broche, ")
Good colors, 44-in. Yd aJLC
Fancy Silks worth to $1, 50
$1 Black Messaline, yard 500
CHILDREN'S Ribbed Hose with
double heel and toes. Warranted
fast black. All sizes, IOJUm
15c grade, special, pr. . W 2 C
Women's Fleece-Lined, Ribbed-Top Hose only 10c
Women's Wool Gloves in Plain and Fancy Colors 23c?
We Give S. & H. Green Trading StampsAsk for Them
Umbrellas for Women
Toilet Paper 10c
Grade, Roll forOC
Basement Limit 20 rolls to a
customer. Full count 1000
sheets to the roll; fine grade
tissue, 10c Toilet Paper ECf
on sale, special, roll, at
35c Pillow Cases, with p
initial and scalloped ? C
10c Crash Toweling at, yard 80
18c Wash Ratine, at, yard 100
Cotton Sheet Blankets, at 090
18c Flannelette, 36-in, yd 12V40
15c Crepe Ginghams, yard, 90
36-inch Plaid Cotton Suiting,
good assortment colors, yd. 90
Basement Women's Umbrella, with
.niaranteed rainproof cover and steel
rod and frame. New 43 7
style handles. Special -111
50c Neckwear for 25c
Basement Women's Fancy Neck
wear in great assortment of styles.
Each piece put up in neat p
Xmas box. 50c grades atJL
Beautiful New cy
Basement Dainty lace edges,
insertions and allovers, in great
variety of designs for p CTt
all purposes. Priced, ydeWOCe-
Basement Novelty !aces
bands, allovers, edges, etc., in
beautiful patterns. Qualities
selling heretofore to
$1.50. Special, the yard
In the BasementToy Store
Gun the O
KING Lever-Action Pop
kind that never fails to shoot
EXPRESS TRAIN Steel engine, rZg
tender and 3 coaches, with track, for Ole
SIOUX CHIEF Bow and Arrows, each 250
METAL DOLL BEDS, mattress, pillows, SI
EAGLE Kitchen Steel Range, with all the necessary
cooking utensils. Priced, Wednesday, only $1.00
YANKEE DUMP-CART of wood and metal, extra
well made. Nicely finished. Wednesday, each 500
BUNGALOW DOLLHOUSE A very attractive
gift for little girls. Nicely decorated. Price 250
65c DRESSED DOLLS Light or dark. Price 5O0
$1.25 DRESSED DOLLS Wednesday for only 950