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About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1900)
THE SUNDAY OKEGONIAN, PORTLAND, MAECH 18. 1900.
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THE MILLINERY EVENT
OF THE SEASON
MONDAY, March t9th, 1900
TUESDAY, March 20th, 1900
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
INCLUDING OUR OWN EXCLUSIVE STYLES
Tailor-made Street Suits. Latest cut and designs.
Double breasted Eton Coat, with Peau de Sole faced
Revers, flare Skirt, with Inverted box pleat back.
Tight fitting, double breasted Coat with double box
pleat back Skirt.
Ry "dip" front Coat with front fastening heavy
stitched Skirt double box pleat back.
ALL SIZES ALL COLORS
Handsome Gowns of fine quality cloth, lined throughout
with self-colored Taffeta Silks.
Our prices in fine Suite range from $20 to $50.
Nobody else has anything like It. It
fits better and looks better than any
other pulley belt On your way to our
Millinery Opening tomorrow stop at
the Pulley Belt Counter and see the
Herald Pulley Belt. "We sell It for $1.00.
GRAND MILLINERY OPENING
MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
March 19, 20 and 21
On the occasion of our Millinery
Opening tomorrow tho
TVIll make a special and elaborate
Spring Silk Display
The features being a display of Novel
$1.00, $1.25, $1.50
Shirt Waist 'Materials
For months and months we have
been working and planning and gath
ering new Shirt "Waist materials. Nol
outlandish, extreme vagaries, but
choice, fine, up-to-date linen, silk and
cotton and cotton shirt waist mate
rials, ' 15c, 25c, 35c, 40c, 50c
60c, 75c, $1.00 yard
Shirt Waist Neckwear
Designed to be -worn with the pre
vailing style of Shirt Waist. At our
Men's Furnishing Counter, sou will
see this line of mannish neckwear. See
them tomorrow on your way to our
50c to $2.00 each
Dress Goods '
In Pastel shades
New Tailor Suitings
New Black Dress Goods
Another lot of ruffled Muslin and
ruffled Scrim Curtains on sale. About
100 pairs of $L75 ruffled Curtains are
Irish Point X.ace Curtains, Point de
Milan and Renaissance designs,
$3.75, $4.00, $4.50
$5.00, $6.00 pair
Hand-made French Renaissance Lace
Curtains, with lace edge and Insertion,
Brussels Point Lace Curtains In Flor
$5.50, $6.50, $7.50
FROM THE NOTEBOOK. i
Robert Goddard, a cousin of the
shoe man, has returned from a trip
East. Mr. Goddard had recently
undergone an operation for appen
dices, and his trip was intended as
a surprise to his mother, whom he had
not seen for eight years. On arriving at
SL Paul he found a telegram awaiting
him, announcing her death. The sad news
greatly affected the young man's health,
which was not the beet at the time of
his leaving here. While in Chicago, Mr.
Goddard went to several of the most skill
ful physicians, and now comes back with
the intention of being operated on for a
tumor of the stomach.
Mrs. Ann Jackson, familiarly known
as " Grandma " Jackson, died early
yesterday roornlne at her residence,
on Thirteenth street, between lam
hill and Taylor. Although she had
been ailing for nearly a year, she took to
her bed less than two weeks ago. Mrs.
Jackson was born in Long Island, N. T.,
In Ifill. and lived there for over 40 years.
In 1E52 she came to Oregon, settling at
The Dalles, and about 25 years later she
came to Portland, where she has slnco
made her home. Deceased was married in
New York City, In 1S25, to the late Jona
than Jackson, and two children survive
her Mrs. P. M. Dekum, widow of the
late Frank Dekum, and Albert Jackson,
the well-known marine engineer. The fu
neral will take place tomorrow morn
ing from her late residence, and the re
mains will ie interred in Lone Fir Ceme
tery. The sermon will be preached by
Rev. W. S. Gilbert, of the Calvary Pres
Tomorrow Mrs. Pratt, the librarian
of the Portland Public Library. In
the City Hall, will commence a
canvass to get funds for tho cup
port of the Library. Tho current ex
penses have always been met by monthly
subscriptions, ranging from 50 cents a
month up, and It is hoped by the manage
ment that the number of such subscrip
tions can be increased so as to obtain
a corresponding increase of usefulness
from the Library. Slnco last October, o er
5700 has been spent on new books, mag
azines and newspapers. Thia amount came
from nine persons, and has furnished read
ing of the best sort for a daily average
of 75 visitors. If a la'xe number of the
monthly subscriptions referred to are ob
tained, more books can be added from
time to time, and the Library can allow
books to be taken home instead of com
pelling the readers to use them only in its
Father P. C. Yorko will lecture thl3
evening in the Cathedral, to tho general
public io admission will be charged. All
who are interested In the well-know n ora
tor will have this opportunity of hearing
JCctt Jadcnon County PoHtofllce.
"WASHINGTON. March 13. A postofflce
has been established at Creede, Jackson
County, Or., to bo supplied by special
service from Medford. George "W. Mur
phy has been appointed postmaster.
An elaborate display of tho daintiest creations of Parisian artistes. Pattern
Hats from the parlors of Pouyanne, Julia, Louise Pujol, Marchand. Felix, lime.
Carller, Marescot Soeurs, Lentheric, Esther Meyer, Camilla Roger, Mile. Lody and
others. Hats that appeal to refined tastes. Hats that cannot be duplicated. In
addition to the above, there will be displaced hundreds of adaptations of stylish
designs and a complete assortment of Millinery Ornaments, Straw and Fancy
Braids, Nets, Chiffons, Mousselln Brilllante, Lace and Metal Novelties, fine French
Flowers, etc, etc, etc
Guaranteed Quadruple Plate
Knives, per set ?1.12
Forks, per net $1.85
Table Spoons, per net. ........ .1.35
Tea Spoons, per set ............. 07o
Cups and Saucers
Decorated French China, as
Moquette and Axmlnster Itug,
18x30 inches, each t OOo
27x54 inches, each.. .......... .$2.15
30x72 inches, each 3.15
Lace Curtain Specials
Lace Curtains, Novelty net,
54 Inches wide, 3 yards long;
Lace Curtains, Brussels ef
fects, 54 Inches wide, 3
yards long; per pair
Small leather chatelaine
Bags, morocco, seal and al
ligator, assorted colors
Cambric Embroideries, 3 to fl
inch widths, per yard
Cambric Insertions, 1 to 1
lnch widths; per yard
All Silk, assorted colors, with
black fieur de lis, 3 inches
wide; per yard
Gauze ribbon, with hem
stitched edge, and plaid
ribbon, same; 4 Inches wide;
Ladles' Lawn Handkerchiefs,
with lace edge and embroid
ered Swiss Handkerchiefs;
OPENING DISPLAY IN OUR
A superb showing of the newest and most fetching creations in stylish Spring
apparel for "Womeri; Misses and Children. The largest stock ever displayed on
the Pacific Coast, and one in which is shown superiority of style, fit and finish,
and quality and elegance without extravagance. The lines In this department to
which we call especial attention aro
Ribbed Black Cotton; per JZQ
At Book Counter
Little Girls in Old Boston,
A Dear Little Girl,
Those Dnle Girls,
A Gnrland for Girls,
That Lavrton Girl.
Helps for Ambitious Boys,
Poor Boys "Who Became Famous,
The Court of Boyvillc,
The Heart of a Boy,
An Oresron Boyhood,
Story of the Ooivboy,
Clothing at -Popular
ll-Wool Cassimeres, brown f A fC
and gray checks; a suit.... ptVUV
Blue Serge Suits
Fast colors, single or double-breasted.
$15.00 and $16.50
Exclusive patterns, light and Mfi fft
dark effects; a suit p-U.uU
All our clothing warranted to be "well
tailored and perfect fitting.
Young Men's Suits
All-wool, neat patterns, single or double
breasted. Sizes 14 to 19 years.
$6.00 to $16.50
Boys "Washable Suits. Sizes 3 to 10 years.
50c to $3.50
Boys' Vestee Suits
Sizes 3 to 9 years.
With all Bojs Suits sold by us there
will be given free, suitable presents, such
BASEBALLS and BATS.
CATCHERS MITTS, MASKS, eto.
"We have received within the past few
days new and attractive lines of
MEN'S and BOYS'
BICYCLE SUITS and PANTS.
NEGLIGEE and GOLF SHIRTS
AND NEW NECKWEAR.
On Third Floor
GENDRON BABY CARRIAGES
AND NEW LINES of
TRUNKS and VALISES.
WHEN YOU SEE IT IN OUR AD. IT'S SO
For the selection of a spring suit or overcoat, step in here
and try on a few of the high-grade garments we are show
ing. We guarantee you'll be pleased, and the saving will
be about half.
We are trying to make a business so broad, so good,
so safe, that whenever a Portlander thinks of a place to
buy his own or his boy's wearables our name'll pop right
into his mind. Kow? By giving you the best goods made
in the United States by asking you the lowest prices
consistent with the "highest quality" of wearables. All
the weaves in spring fabrics arc represented in this show
ing. Imported Plain and Fancy Cheviots, English Tweeds
Homespuns and Oxfords. The new Herringbone effects
and an elaborate display of the always popular Blue
Serges there's an important feature about our Blue
Serge Suits our guarantee of fast color goes with every
one of them.
Alfred Benjamin Clothes
Fechheimer, Fishel Clothes
They're all here a display that would be a credit to the largest establishments of
New York or Chicago. If you want "quality" in your clothes, if you want economy in your
expenditures, we can interest you.
THE BOYS' SPRING DISPLAY
Monday morning will show our Juvenile department filled to overflowing with, a
complete swell stock of Spring Clothing and Furnishings. All that's proper in dress and
correct in price, an elaborate display of Vestee Suits with "little men's" fancy vests, Sailor
Suits, Two and Three Piece Knee Pants Suits in the celebrated "CRESCENT" make. Every
purchaser of a boy's suit will be p'resented with
A Spalding Baseball and Bat or a Catcher's Mask or Glove
Remember the guarantee that goes with every " Crescent" suit; absolute satisfaction
or your money refunded. " Crescent" suits from $3.95 and up.
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Corner Third and Oak Streets
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I m rSfiJc vV 1lA(1a ,s branded
pg Tn) Oxfords,
ffi 0the $2.50
tfsl?6 Styles for V
Jj!S; Dress, House, . N.
ks5? Sold exclusively by
H E. C. GODDARD & CO.
ws Oregonlan Building.
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v&m LAST DAYS 0F TH GRAND
'' tel AUCTION OF
O. I iRUGS
vCJ Tomorrow, Monday and Tuesday,
J ot 2 and 8 P. M.
We have just received an im
portation of the swellest Silk Waists
ever shown in this city.
We are exhibiting all the latest
styles in the new Persian patterns.
Don't fail to see the Silk Hand
kerchief Waists, they are newest
We are also showing the latest
Come and examine our stock
SPECIAL SKIlU Ofl FUS
THE SILVERF1ELD FUR MANUFACTURING CO.
LEADLVG FURRIERS OF THE WEST.
283-285 Morrison Street, Portland, Oregon
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR RAW FURS
j Willamette Iron & Steel Works
JAMES LOTAN, Manager, PORTLAND, OREGON J
t IRONFOUNDERS, MACHINISTS, BOILERMAKERS AND I
t STEAMBOAT BUILDERS 2
Designers and builders of Marine Engines and Boilers, Mining and
Dredging Machinery and General Mill and Iron Work, Fire Hydrants, ?
Pulleys, Shafting, etc. Correspondence solicited.
126 THIRD STREET
Thla Is the finest collection ever brought.
Every rug Is genuine and choice.
Tour last opportunity. . .. ,
Fuller's. Pure Prepared Paint
Is especially adapted to the require
ments of this climate, and will out
wear ail others. For sale by
CHASE PAINT & OIL COMPANY
Corner Rnt and Alder Street.
Library Association of Portland
fereti Scvtitk H4 ?Ut
24,000 volumes and over 200 periodicals
S5.00 a year or $150 a quarter
Two books allowed on. all subscriptions
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