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THE STJKDA1 O&EGONIAS, PORTLAND, JANUARY
SEEK STEAMER TERMINAL
.f'Tis not ,in;mortals .to command success; . ...,
But we'll do more, SeYppj-qnius we'll deserve it Addison.'
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Representative of tlie Russian Gov
ernment Are 3Totv Here ozx a
Tour of Inspection.
A. Badyansky and two other prominent
Russians arrived here yesterday and reg
istered at the Hotel Portland.
They represent the Russian government
in an official capacity, and come to the
Pacific coast on v. very important mission,
which Is to recommend a terminus for a
great Russian, steamship line.
It has been definitely determined that
Vladlvostock shall he the terminus of the
Siberian railway, and from that point
Russia Is desirous of getting Into close
touch with the United States. It "will do
so by establishing a line of mammoth
steamships to ply between Vladlvostock
and some port on the Pacific coast of
the United States.
Mr. Badyansky and his two compan
ions are commissioners to examine these
ports of the Pacific and report back to
their government on the advantages of
each. They examined Portland yesterday,
but as to their impressions they would
ot talk for publication, for the reason
that their language Is not comprehended
here. They speak no English, but their
Russian expressions of pleased surprise
at the balmlness of Oregon's winter cli
mate were easily understood by those
whose ears are entirelyunfamlllarwlth the
William H. Mills, general land agent of
the Southern Pacific Company, came up
yesterday to meet the Russian commission
ers, and they -will start this morning for
San Francisco as 2ils guests In his private
car. Accompanying Mr. Mills were W. F.
Perkins, of San Francisco, and Captain
P. A. Demens, of Ijos Angeles, who speaks
The tour of inspection now being mado
by these Russian commissioners has great
commercial significance to the Pacific
FOR THE MONUMENT FUND.
Citizens of Ilxmton. and Holbroolc
The citizens of Iinnlon and Holbrook,
by making a special effort, have collected
$19 25 for the monument fund, which, in
view of the size of the two villages, is a
The following communication' concern
ing the donation has been received by
Linnton, Or., Jan. 6. We, the under
signed citizens of Holbrook and Linnton,
hereby subscribe the amount set opposite
our respective names toward the fund
which will be used for the erection of a
suitable monument to commemorate the
deeds of the Second regiment of Oregon
W, J. Miller.....$250A. Mueller 5100
Sam Snyder..... 150jA. Relmer 100
S. Kinsman 100Elwood Quay 100
Ira "V- Alcorn.. 1 00 C. F. Folkenberg 1 00
Mamie C. Miller 1 00 Herman Gans.... 100
M 33. Rhodes... 25fC. F. Bevens.... 1 00
R. Frence 1 00 C. H. Edmondson 1 cO
C. F. Crandall.. 1 00 Robert Carr. 100
J. I. HengeveldlOO
A. Roberts 100 Total $19 25
The condition of the monument fund is
now as follows:
Previously reported $9583 il
Employes of Mitchell, Irfwis & Sta-
ver Co., by Charlotte M. Casto... S 25
Iime collection, monument books
from members of Calvary Pres
byterian Sunday school IS 70
Citizens of Iiinnton and Holbrook.. 19 25
Total ?S625 67
St. Helen's Hall, a boarding and day
school for girls. For circulars address.
Miss Eleanor Tibbetts. Ph. D., Principal,
Portland, Or. TeL Red 39L
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Are offered at LOWER PRSCES now than at any other time in the year.
DRESS GOOD'S, SILKS -' ".
In fact, ALL OUR STOCK of first-class wearing apparel at lowest prices.
-: FOR THE HOUSEHOLD 'Wi:
INfFpy Table Linens, Napkins, Towels, Toweling by the yard, Linen Sets,
lm lii-ii? Doilies, Tea Cloths, etc. All the necessaries for the dining-room
and kitchen at most tempting prices.
Sheets hemmed and hemstitched, Pillow Cases, Feather Pil
lows, Blankets, i'ou can save many dollars by purchasing now.
Now is the time to buy Lace Curtains,' Sash
Curtaininer. Portieres. Couches. Couch Covers.
Rugs, Tapestry, Denims, Art Draperies, Fish Nets, Cocoa Mats, Comforts, Silka
lines,' Bagdads, Art Squares, etc, at lowest prices. '
Lipman, Wolfe & Co. direct
special attention to their sale of
diamonds. This sale' is without
doubt the first sale of diamonds
on a merchandise basis. As it is
one of our established rules to
sell a"s we buy, we offer dia
monds at prices that cannot be
purchased from any other house
in America. We purchased our
large stock tf diamonds before
the raise, we marked them at
prices less than any other mer
chant in Portland, .and showed a
larger assortment. We enjoyed
a very liberal holiday trade, but
with the established rule of
Every Article Reduced
Diamonds came in for their re
duction the same as any other
article of merchandise.
WE OFFER NOW
At a discount of 33, per-cent,
bringing the prices down much
less than any merchant can buy
them for. ""
Every Stone Flawless
And to be a '
Perfect Diamond ,
;Ahd more elaborate ones at the
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Not only will we guarantee
them, but we will give you the
guarantee of Fox Bros. & Co.,
diamonebcutters, of Cincinnati,
O., one of the largest diamond
firms in the world.
$ 50.00 rings
It is the unanimous verdict of all who have compared our, stocks and prices with-those. prevail
in elsewhere that , ' '. .: ,
if icenf success
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as it is 1
Substantial Price Reductions
Have been made on every article in the largest stock on the Pacific
coast.- This stock includes all lines of wearing apparel for men, wo
men and children; all lines of woven fabrics from gauze to carpets,
and household furnishings from stoneware to cut glass, and from tin
ware to silverware.
YOU CAN TAKE A
At your convenience In your own home with our
TURKISH BATH CABINET
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Of our Big Discount Sale opens tomorrow. Many have taken advantage of our
immense reductions during the past week, but the variety is still very extensive,
and the saving is just as apparent as it was at the opening of this sale.
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You know our repu
tation for the best only,
you need nave no
fear of the little prices;
the quality is there.
Black and Blue Ker
sey Overcoats, $10 and
The new Herring
bone Overcoat, with
velvet collar, $12 and
Tan Covert Over
coats, regular $15 val
ues, $12.75 .
All our $9.00 Suits now $6.00
All our $10 and $12 Suits now $8.50
All our 12 and $14 Suits now $10.20
All our $15 Suits now $12.75
Ail our $20 Suits now $17.00
All our $25 Suits now $21.25
Hats and Furnishings " ;
All the best things that the world af-,"
fords, all that has chic and style, will be '
found in these departments.
Men's Black and Brown Fe- ff J JZ
dora Hats, $1.50 values 1 . 4 J
Men's Black Crusher Hats, ffi 7 A
regular $2.00 values i.lv
Men's Black and Brown Fe- rj ic
dora Hats, $2.50 values 4. I J
Men's Black Silk-lined Fedora C ? . K A
Hats, $3.00 values $L,JJ
Men's Black and Brown Stiff - r.o CA
Hats, $3.00 values. '. 44.. Jv
Men's Black and Brown Stet- CO.Cft
son Stiff Hats, $4.00 values P JiJu
60c Outing Flannel Night Robes,- .
75c Outing Flannel Night Robes,
All our 75c Underwear, Shirts and -Drawers,-now
All our $1.00 Underwear, Shirts and
Drawers now -
When you see it in our ad. it's so.
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All through this' de
partment the cut has
passed and left its mark
of liberal reduction.
Boys' Brown Irish
Frieze Reefers, regular
$5.00 values now
A home cure Tor Obesity, Chronic Diseases,
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Brlgtit's Disease, Dia
betes, Consumption, Indigestion, Torpid Liver,
Impurities of the Blood. Our booklet tells you
all about -It free. Cabinets three styles, all
$5.00 $8.00 $1 2.00
Freight paid to
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AT UNHEARD-OF PRICES
THE SILVERFIELD FUR MANUFACTURING 0.
LEiVDING FXJIUtlEItS OP THE WEST.
283-285 Morrison St., Portland, Oregon
Telephone, Oregon, Onlr 051.
Send toT Catalogue.
Fourth and Washington sts., Portland.
09 Washington SL
Gallon Fancy Table Syrup.
' Gallon Good Maple Syrup bring jug.
j ' Gallon Island Cooking Molasses.
Gallon Good New Orleans Molasses.
Pound California Black Figs.
Four Pounds Loose Muscatel Raisins.
Pound Glosa Starch.
Best Eastern Ham.
Pound. .Hoffman House Java and Mocha.
Wholesale Warerooms, 149 Front Street.
Boys' .Tan Covert
Top J Coats . with velvet
collars, $5.00 and $6.00
All our $3.00 Reefer Suits now. . . .$2.15
All' our $5.00 Reefer Suits now $3.85
5oc ;and 60c all-wool Knee Pants, v
all sizes . . . : : ' 39c
75c all-wool Knee Pants 62c
$1.00 all-wool Knee Pants. 85c
Boys' all-wool Winter Caps, bands
to pull' over the ears, a firstclass
566 "Cap, -.nogv ., . " i 25c
This Week's Special
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FINE FUR GARMENTS
nnn-nr&m H 01 sra n a n n Evcrr article In our
UB Httyjj QSMOH y magnificent fur stock
will be included in this great clearance sale.
liffTUTB We havc resumed the re"
(Cli!!LJ mndeling of fur garments.
The work will be done in the most reliable
manner, at extremely low prices.
LiEBES &. C
Leading Furriers of the Northwest, 288 Morrison St
Bet. Fourth and Fifth
JOHN P. PLAGEilANN. ilanaser.
Send for Illustrated catalogue. Special attention given to mall orders,
oena ior m Oregon telephone Main 24.
THE POPULAR-PRICE CLOTHIERS
Women's Storm Calf Lace, $3.00
Women's Kid Lace, coin toe, $3
All Shoes at Cut Prices During January,
T""$ IFvS f-
Dries hard over night and wears like iron. For
sale by all first-class paint retailers, or by the
P. FULLER & CO., Cor. Frontand Pine
BIG SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER SALE
The U. S. "War Department, of San Francisco, has Just
purchased twenty (20) more new Smith Premier Typewriters
from our San Francisco office. "We received the entire
order; no other typewriter was purchased. That this order
was received unsolicited, makes It all the more favorable,
and Is the best recommendation that could be given the
Smith Premier Typewriter.
L. & M. ALEXANDER & CO., Exclusive Pacific Coast Dealers
TeL Main 574. 245 Starlc St, Portland, Or.
THIRD AND OAK STREETS-
BEN SELLING, Manager