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THE MORXIXG OREGQXIAN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1922
H-LIEBES & C(K
Furs and individual style shops Broadway at Morrison
Two-Fold Value m a
Two-Pants Suit ,
When you buy a suit in my store it's
a Real Value regardless of what you
pay ! But when it's a two-pants suits
you get value beyond all expectations.
' . The service of a two-pants suit is prac
I ? tically doubled and the extra pair is a
All fabrics, all weights, all styles are
now in stock.
$35 $40 $45
Overcoats $25 Up .
Here are the best values that have
been shown in many a day. All the
newest weaves, fabrics and styles. ,
BEN SE LLING S
Portland's Leading Clothier for Over Half a Century
SEAWALL IS PROPOSED
Astoria Project Is Designed to
Enable Street Improvement.
ASTORIA, Or., Oct 5. (Special.)
At a recent meeting of the West
End Development league, a commit
tee consisting of Fred Schmidt, F.
Kankkonen, Sven Lonberg, G. A.
Hellbergr and J. Kisske was appoint
ed to request the sanitary and recla
mation, commission to . construct,, a
seawall or bulkhead along the city
waterfront, ' in the .western section
of the city, and make a fill by
pumping sand from the river chan
nel, so that Taylor avenue from the
foot of the hill to the port docks
can be improved by paving.
The cost of the project would be
fabout $500,000, the segregation be
ing $200,000 for the bulkhead and
J300.000 for the fill.
continuing our special offering
of handmade lace and net
3.95 & 6.95
Marvelous values a dozen smart styles at each
price. Made with charmingly patterned Irish
crochet and filet laces, much hand embroidery,
' many fine tucks !
At 395 there are values to 7S0
At 695 there are values to 1250
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Each blousette has the full net back.
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PRODUCED BY GEORGE MELF0RD, CREATOR OF "THE SHEIK"
A DRAMA REPLETE WITH THRILLS, ROMANCE, PATHOS, BLOOD
QUICKENING ADVENTURES AND MAD-RUSHING CLIMAXES
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Throb all the white to George W.
Ogden'a story of a boy bound out
om a slave clinging to honor sink'
ing into the shadow of the gallows
for a woman he refused.
SUPPORTING CAST INCLUDES MARY
ALDEN AND MART THURMAN
AND OLLIE KIRBY IN PERSON
And in a repertoire of their world-famous dances, which include their cele
brated "Argentine Tango" the latest "Eccentric Fox Trot" and the Muchly
discussed "Parisian la Apache" at each De Luxe performance.
LAST TIMES TONIGHT
IN "BROADWAY ROSE
RIV0LI ENLARGED ORCHESTRA Direction SALVAT0RE SANATELLA
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MY guaranteed cure for
Piles is a non-surgical
method, eliminating knife,
operation, anaesthetic, pain
and confinement. I have .
never failexi to cure a case
of Piles in the history of my
, practice, proof of which my be
had by obtaining the long list of
prominent Northwest people
whom I have treated.
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DR. CHAS. J. DEAN
2ND AND MORRISON PORTLAND.OIttt0!
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Apply Zemo, Clean, Penetrat
ing1, Antiseptic Liquid.
It Is unneces ry for you to suf
fer with Ecnmi. Blotches. Ring
worm, Rashes and similar skin trou
bles. Ztmo obtained at any drug
store for 35c, or J1.00 for extra large
bottle, and promptly applied will
usually give Instant relief from
itchir.gr torture. It cleanses and
soothes the skin and heals quickly
and effectively most skin diseasea
Zemo is a wonderful, penetrating,
disappearing liquid and ia aoothlng
to the most delicate skin. Get it
today and save ail further distress.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Investigate all cases of alleged
cruelty to animals. Offices, room
laO .Courthouse. Phone Main 027$
9 from 8 A. M. to- 5 P. M.
The society has full charge of the
city pound at Us home. 635 Columbia
boulevard. Phone any time. Wood
lawn 074. Dogs for sale. Horse
ambulance for sick or disabled
borses. SmaJ animals painlessly
electrocuted where necessary and
stray animals cared for All dead ani
mals, cows, horses ate, picked up-
MEN BLIND TO WOMAN' (
0 How many men, think yon. have
any idea of the pain endured by
women in their own household, and
often without a murmur? Thry
hav no patience when the over
worked: wife and mother hetclns to
get pale, have headaches, backaches,
faint spells, or Is melancholy and
cannot sleep. There is help for
every woman In this condition, ss j
evidenced y the many voluntary
letters uf recommendation whlth
we at continually publishing in
this paper for Lydla K. f'lnkham's
Vegetable Compound. It wtll pay
any woman who suffers from sum
ailments to give It a trial. Adv.
Phone Your Want Ads to
Telephone Slain 7070
FOR SHOPS AND
Machinist 70c per hour
Blacksmiths 70c prr hour
.Sheet-Metal Wrk'a. 70 per hour
Electricians 70c prr hour
Roflermakers . . . . 70-78'ie hour
rassene'r-l''' Men 7e per hour
Freight-Car Men . . 63c per hou;
Helpers, all claaws 47c per bom
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