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THE SUNDAY, OREGOXIAX, PORTLAND, NOVEMBER 10, 1907.
MADE BY THE
AS HAS LONG BEEN OUR CUSTOM, WE OFFER THE MOST PHENOMENAL OF WEEK-DAY SALES FOR OUR
MONDAY AND TUESDAY PATRONS. SPECIALS THAT ALWAYS AROUSE A LOT OF INTEREST AND EN
THUSIASM. SAVINGS OF A CHARACTER THAT INSURE THE TAXING of OUR FORCE of EXPERT SALESMEN
OREGON'S LARGEST AND BEST FURNITURE HOUSE
Every "Eclipse" Warranted
15,000 of the best homes in Portland have
their three meals a clay from the "Eclipse," and
the j are the homes where you love to go and
There's a splendor about the "Eclipse" that
invites its popularit'.
Back of the "Eclipse" is a reputation.
Ahead of it is a guarantee that itmust honor
and outlive a guarantee of fifteen years.
The World's Best Range "ECLIPSE."
SOLD ON THE
PAYMENT OF $1.00 A WEEK
"Eclipse" Heaters are built of the stuff that
lasts in a way that satisfies.
There are manj- economical features about
the "Eclipse" not true of other stoves, and ever-
feature is a mark of preference.
The highest grade blue charcoal steel, in the
hands of expert stove builders, produces the
"Eclipse" the everlasting stove of choice.
Prize "Eclipse" for wood.
Novel "Eclipse" for coal.
& 1 .00 A WEEK
EXCLUSIVE AGENCY FOR "ECLIPSE" RANGE AND HEATER si
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CARPET SALES MONDAY
)fl.;3 hnest Tapestry
Regular $1.10 Tapes
try Brussels, yard . . . .
loOO yds. Ingrain Car
pets, reg. 50e, at, yd..
An event worthy of most careful attention. A sacrifice of prices not equaled
in recent years in Portland Carpet Selling.' An extra grade Tapestry Brus
sels presented in three very desirable patterns, in rich coloring. Not priced
elsewhere under $1.35 the yard; for Monday and Tuesday, price, yd.. .90
(Sewed, laid and lined free of charge.)
500 yards good grade Tapestry Brussels in very handsome floral design. The
regular $1.10 Carpet; Monday and Tuesday on sale . at, yard 69?
1500 yards Kidderminster Ingrain Carpet; an offering of three distinct pat
terns (2 floral and 1 Oriental) ; absolutely fast colors. The regular 50c
Ingrain; for Monday and Tuesday, the price halved; jrard .25
- ' (We do not sew, lay or line this Carpet.)
DEPARTMENT OF C A R P E T S S EGOND FLOOR
' Special Monday sales of Winter needs
at a time when they are most in de
mand. Two extra special reductions on
Comfort prices for one day only Mon
day. Comforts are full 6-t in. by 76 in. in
size, stuffed with straight white bats.
No. 318 Best $2.75 value $1.45
Xo. 408 Best 4.00 value $2.15
100 yards 54-inch Satin Tapestry, exquis
ite pattern in forest green;, regular
$1.50 value; for Monday, exactly half,
or, yard '. 75
Drapery Dept. 2d Floor
Special showing of the late arrivals in
Curtain Madras and Oriental Drape Ma
terials. An expert cut-to-order force.
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DEEP DIGS INTO THE REAL
VALUE OF GENUINE
SELLING MONDAY AT -THREE-FIFTHS
THE REGULAR PRICE
A 40 per cent reduction on prices that are already lower than can
be quoted by other houses on such high-grade Couches. We quote
three prices from the finest stock of Leather Upholstered Goods in the
No. 116 Rocono Leather Couch, finely polished quartered oak frame,
spring edge, steel frame, hair top and .swav back; regular price,
$35.00; Monday and Tuesday (40. per cent off) '.$21.00
No. M 2 Weathered Oak Mission Genuine Leather Couch, pillow
top hard-stitched edge, all welted seams, hair top; an elegant $40.00
value (less the 40 per cent) $24.00
No. 95 Handsome Leather Lounge, in finely polished quartered oak
frame, full sway back, best steel frame, spring edge, hair and moss
stuffed, biscuit tufted; $85.00 value (less 40 per cent) $51.00
Sold either for cask or $1 a week the two days only, Monday and
Tuesdav. Department on Thh'd Floor. , .
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! Just received a new carload lot the famous Oevurtz "Special" Sewing Machine. Every one Special announcement we would make of Monday and Tuesday sales in the parlor furnish-
l in the very latest improvement; warranted to be the best $60 Machine on the market; the same ings third floor. Two numbers in five-piece suits" at 40 per cent reduction.
price as heretofore; we name $25.00nd offer the most econoimeilrfteSl down, oOcweek T.. $21.00 KEggigd, 00.. $33.00
THE SAME LIBERAL CREDIT NOW AND AT ALL TIMES
POSSIBLE CARE AND
OF 16 EXPERTS IN OUR
LECTURES ON PROHIBITION
Today's Appointments of Dr. Chap
man, Temperance Exponent.
Dr. K. S. Chapman, superintendent of
the Anti-Saloon Icasue for California and
Oregon; Dr. J. R. Knodell, aasietant su
perintendent, and Miss Glenn Will, assist
ant to Dr. Chapman, are all registered at
the Hotel Portland. Dr. Chapman has
been in and out of tne city for 'taiore than
H week on prohibition afTalns, while Dr.
Knodell and Miss Will arrived from Cali
fornia yesterday. Dr. Chapman and Miss
Will will remain in the state for another
week, speaking at various points. Dr.
Knodell is to stay in Oregon Indefinitely,
making Portland his headquarters.
Dr. Chapman preachts his principal ser
mon today at 3 o'clock in the First Pres
byterian Church on "The Only Hope of
tiie Liquor en." In the evening he
speaks In the First Christian Church.
Dr. Knodell preaches at 10:30 this fore
noon in the Sunnyside Congregational
Church, and at 7:30 P. M. in the Trinity
Methodist Episcopal Church. Miss Will
speaks in the Baptist Church of Oregon
City tliis morning, and In the Mount Ta
bor Presbyterian Church in this city in
the evening. ,
TodHy is the last time Dr. Chapman is
to vpeak In Portland during his present
trip. .Monday he will speak in Oregon
City, Tuesday in Astoria, Thursday In
Salem, Friday Jn Eugene, Sunday In
Grants Pass and the following Monday
and Tuesday, November IS and 19. in Ash
land. From there he will return to Loe
Lumber Mill Shuts Down.
HOOD RIVER. Or., Nov. 9. (Spe
cial.) The Oregon Lumber Company
hag closed Its mill for the season and
other plants near here have also sus
pended works. It Is announced that
this is necessary on account of a
shortage of cars and also from the fact
that the lumber market has been af
fected by the recent financial trouble.
Elgin watches. Goodman's, Zll Morrison.
Hanan Shoes keep your feet dry.
TEN YEARS' LABOR LOST
Famous Hotel Belvidere Surren
dered by Mrs. Moore to Creditors.
SAX FRANCISCO, Nov. 9. (Special.)
Ten years of steady, conscientious man
agement, husbanding of resources and re
Investment of all the profits of a grow
ing business were sacrificed today when
Mrs. Annie Moore, owner of the Belvi
dere Hotel, at Belvidere, filed a petition
In bankruptcy, and offered up the hotel
to satisfy her creditors. The debts aggre
gate J47.00O, and the hotel is valued at
J69.000, so that there is more than enough
to satiFfy all claims.
The Hotel Belvidere, located across the
bay from San Francisco, Was always
known as one of California's most pic
turesque places. It stands over the water
and the waves of the bay wash against
The hotel has been closed by attach
ments and will remain so until sold. The
principal creditor is the Continental
Building & Loan Association, with a
claim of 31,000. Others are the Ham
mond Lumber Company and the Kelly
Xew Turkish Minister Received.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 9. President
Roosevelt tdday received the new
Turkish Minister to the United States,
Ohammed All Bey, the presentation
belnff made by Secretary Root.
SUICIDE IN WOODSHED
Andrew Martin, or Kalama, Hangs
Himself While" Despondent.
KAi.-iMA, Wash., Nov. 9. (Special.)
Andrew Martin, an old resident of Kal
ama. committed suicide last night by
hanging himself in his own woodshed. In
the evening he tokt his youngest son who
was alone with him. to go to a neighbors'
for thc nlght. The boy went and when he
returned t Ills morning he found his father
hanging in the woodshed, dead. Dr. Sims
was at once called but it was too late.
Growing despondency over stomach trou
ble, which bad become chronic and beyond
meUlea! aid. had driven Martin to tak
his own life. He was 63 years o,u. H
leaves two sons and one daughter.
Stron feeling ) ratine in Onrnin and
Auntrlan trade circles against co-operative
shops, which are practically ruining the In
ternal trade of these countries.
Old RemGg. Hew Form,
SERVER KNOWIf TO FAIL.
Ttrrent's Extraot of Cnbeba sad
The tnatels, quttk nd thorough erm for
fronorrtioe. Let. whites, etc Easy
to tak. flonenient to carry. Fifty
yr accMful ub. Frio f 1 tv
UAH v. Lri'i v u-i ,
in R too Btreet, Portland, or by mall from Uu
aarrmas 4 uuOmb Kw Yorte.