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TIIE SUNDAY OREGOXIAy. PORTLAyD, OCTOBER 31. 1909-
Sold on Liberal Terms
Toll & Gibbs, Inc.
Toll & Gibbs, Inc.
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stances Dressers ana unuiomers m, 7,T,r Aforrison-street window display. Here are some 01 me vam.
Sale commences tomorrow, continuing ior : - ,.. SSTS
$49.00 DRESSER FOB 28.75
$28.60 CHIFFONIER FOR $18.2o
These are matched pieces, in the golden
oak, with oval-shaped mirrors, that of
the dresser measuring 28 in. by 34 in.
832.00 DRESSER FOR $19.75
This is in the mahogany, with pattern
plate mirror that measured 24 by 30 in.
47.50 "CHIFFONIER FOR $24.75
A plain, square design, in the mahog
anv, finely finished.
$35.00 CHIFFONIER FOR $21.00
A plain design in the mahogany, mirror
measuring 16 inches by 20 inches.
J49.00 PRINCESS DRESSER $29.75
A very stvlish piece in the mahogany,
with swell" base front and bevel-plate,
mirror that measures 18 in. by 36 in. (
$36.00 DRESSER FOR $21.75
In the golden oak and dull finish, with
beveled mirror, 24 inches by 30 inches.
$36.00 CHIFFONIER FOR $23.50
A plain-front pattern in the mahogany,
with 18-inch by 20-inch mirror.
$38.00 DRESSER FOR $24.50
A serpentine-front pattern in the birds
eye maple. BeVel-plate mirror.
$57.75 DRESSER FOR $35.75
$42.00 CHIFFONIER FOR $24.50
Two fine matched pieces in best quarter
sawed golden oak, plain square base
fronts. Dresser has very large mirror.
$38.00 CHIFFONIER FOR $24.75
A fine piece in birdseye maple, with
swell pattern front and carved claw feet.
$41.00 DRESSER FOR $25.75
A pleasing design in best selected quarter-sawed
golden oak, in dull finish;
swell base front and carved claw feet.
Large bevel mirror.
$32.00 DRESSER FOR $19.75
In the birdseye maple, 6erpentine-shaped
front, and pattern plate mirror, 22 inches
by 28 inches.
$45.00 CHIFFONIER FOR $27.50
In matched stock of quarter-sawed gold
en oak, with swell front and square pat
$48.00 DRESSER FOR $29.00
A fine piece that shows best-selected .
stock of quarter-sawed golden oak, in
he popular dull finish. Mirror is 28
inches by 34 inches.
ko nn m?T!SST!T?. FOR S?fi.rtO
$44.00 CHIFFONIER FOR $27.50
Two fine large pieces in mahogany, plain
square designs. Both have large bevel
$45.00. DRESSER FOR $27.50
SSfinO CHIFFONIER FOR $21.50
L These are matched jHeees in the golden
oaK ana nun iiiumi.
measures 28 inches by 30 inches.
$50.00 CHIFFONIER FOR $29.75
A'large piece in the mahogany and finely
finished. A plain, square pattern.
A Sale of Hodges Fiber Rmgs
Two Room sizes-the 6 t.x9 ft and 9 ftxl2 ft.
s it is now only a matter of about six weeks before the new Spring
coods will arrive, and as Ve arc slightly overstocked in the above two sues
in small patterns, they are to show a sharp reduction from the regular m
a sale tomorrow and Tuesday. The patterns and colors are strictly up-to-date
and splendidly adapted to modern sleeping-rdom decoration. It s
your opportunity to buy one of these justly popular and very artistic rugs
for less. GK
6 ft.x9 ft. Rugs-Regularly $8.00-Special
9 ft.x!2 ft. Rugs -Regularly $13.50 Special $y.UU
Anooundog the Arrival off New
Evening Dresses, Evening Coats
and Capes "nuKm?- Dresses
Beautiful .creations in chiffon cloth, lace
net and Marquisette Cloth, in white, blue,
pink and many other light dainty, shades.
The stvles are cer-
tainlv handsome, copied from the very lat- J,
est Parisian and Berlin models. In charm-
ing assortment to
Evening Coats and Capes can be seen
here in varietv of fascinating styles, mate
rials and colors, from the very plainest
model in black to the handsome styles m
beautiful pastel shades. In fact we show
every shade for evening wear.
And in the extreme new shade of scarlet
are to be seen many, different models.
Misses' and Debutante Dresses for aft
ernoon and evening wear beautiful frocks
for every occasion of all-silk chiffon, Mar
quisette, mull and crepe. All colors, includ
ing black and white.
Toys Toys Toys .
Our Newest and Most Complete Department
It's a showing that will interest and gladden the hearts of old
and young alike a world of toys for boys and girls of every
age-a department briimning over with the best of everything
from foreign toymakers. Many months ago we commenced
preparing for this department, and now we are ready with a
showing second to none in variety-in all that is right up to date
in toys. To wander through the aisles and behold on every side
the splendid assortment is to be convinced that here is every
thing that the toy-maker's art has conceived. Space here limits
our telling of all to be seen so here are a few of them:
Coasters in several sizes. Auto vehicles. Express wagons in
all sizes, Tricycles, Velocipedes, Toy Carts, Doll Carts complete
Shoot the Chutes, Decorated Drums in aU sizes, gaily painted
Hobby Horses, some with natural skin; Wheelbarrows, Alpha
betical and Pictorial Building Blocks, Toy Furniture, Dressers,
Beds? ChSfoniers, Tables, Buffets, etc.; Air Rifles, Printing
Presses that print Sewing Machines that sew, Toy Ranges com
plete with all utensils, Game Boards, Enameled Kitchen and
' Bath Sets, Trunks, Mechanical Toys of every description
fteamboats, Trains Automobiles, Motor Boats, Road Rollers,
Locomotives, Fire Engines, Hook and Ladder Carte, etc , Boe
ing Alley Sets, Tool Chests, Toy Pianos, Horns, Toy Beds in
brass and iron.
And Dolls they're- the triumph of doll-making talking
Dolls, sleeping Dolls, Dolls of every kind, large and small.
Sample Line Coats
The Celebrated "Printzess" Line
"Printzess" tailoring is a fine art
and omits no small detail necessary to
perfection. The average cost of each
"Printzess" master pattern is $800,
before it is passed as accurate. None
but the very best materials go into
"Printzess" garments; pure wool
cloths; worthy linings; choicest trim
mings., In the sample line which we
purchased at a liberal reduction there
are no two styles alike and the mate
rials are the fine worsted serges, fine
fancy mixtures, fine fancy wide wale
i diagonals and many other materials. As
well as the Coats, there are just a few
Suits and Capes in this sample assort
ment. Prices from $12.00 to $29.50.
Sale commences tomorow. In the Cloak
and Suit Section First Floor.
ttj You'll agree with us when you view
ITTUUrS the showing of this new section that it
" is deserving of compliment on the vari
ety and quality of its selection. Here there are small
furs of almost every kind, from the most inexpensive
to the handsomest, and all popularly priced.
The Russian Pony Coats are the most popular fur
coats this season. We are showing these in several
lengths the medium thirty-six-inch, the forty-inch
and the fifty-inch lengths, with plain or fancy lin
ings, $39.50 to $69.50.
And you'll find here also the newest of neck
pieces and muffs Japanese mink scarfs with muffs
to match. Handsome black fur sets the large rug
muff with medium-size shawl collar. Marabou and
ostrich neck pieces in very large assortment of both
long and short styles. Marabou muffs to match.
All that is modern in
Heating Stoves shown
ira our Line this Season
The season is now so far along that
it is time for careful consideration as
to how your home or any part of it
should be heated. No matter what
kind of heating stove you may need,
whether it be for wood or . coal, or
both, or for heating one, two or more
rooms, you will find here the one
that exactly meets your require
ments. And you can buy any Heater
on most liberal terms.
Moore's "Firekeeper" is the best
air-tight heating stove on the mar
ket burns only wood has steel
bottom and steel linings and exten
sion draft front with patent sliding
draft. Four sizes in these at $11.50,
$13.50, $16.50 and $18.50.
"Substitute Oak" Heaters burn coal or wood equally
well The heavy cast-iron fire-pot has shaker grate, an upper s
. i-r1 : .nrfopf rocmlatioTi and economy in
and lower arait lusmco .v. e - .
fuel. All cast work, attractively ornamented, and nickeling
is the best. Four sizes m inese neaiers
also at $8.50, $9.50, $13.00 and $16.00.
Another one of the Moore's "Fire
keeper" Stoves is made for burning
large sticks of wood. It has cast-iron
lining, which is ventilated in such a
way as to insure longer life. Feed
door is on side, instead of front. Pol
ished boiler, steel body. Also attrac
tively ornamented and nickeled.
Two sizes, $13.50 and $15.50.
The "Hot Blast" the heater that
holds fire for forty-eight hours burns
coal or wood consumes all gas and
sootwill effect a saving of no less
than one-third in the fuel bill. The
handsomest " heater made. Several
sizes $21.50 and up.
The "Hot Blast"
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Showing Many New Quaint Pieces
From the Shops of L and J. G. SticKley, Fayetteville, New YorK '
No distinctive type of furniture is so popularly known as the
"quaint" or "arts and crafts." In the majority of homes
today is to be found one or more pieces in this characteristic
furniture. Modern craftsmen have, adhered to the methods
- v Annntminrinn unii n;i.vr. i t.i
fully preserved the style of de- (
sign originated dv me ungiuai
1 craftsmen. L. and J. G. Stick
ley productions are recognized
as the truest and best of the
"quaint" in construction in
design in finish. We show a
representative line of their
pieces in uio jiuucu
the mauv new desisnis
just placed in our display are
those in Arm Rockers and Arm
Chairs, Settees, Davenports ana twi- Stools and
Couches, upholstered in and with the large,
Ktr,ri T7mhr11a Stands and novelty pieces. As low as f8.5 we show an Arm jvocb.
seat upholstered in leather.
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SPECIAL VALUES IN CURTAINS AND CURTAIN MATERIALS
. A, ... . , i.-in-. vour old hanrinfrs with new materials, and at a saving worth
Aucjr the, Dramrv DeDartment. sixth floor. . . ,
wnue. jjionaav nuu j.uccuj r--- - . . .
. . ... r a r-z. -1 t T.aA flnrt.aana
Laca Curtains at $1.00 Pair $1.65 and $1.75 val
ues, in French Net Lace Curtains, with Battenberg
edrings and insertions; 2V2 yards long.
Scrim Curtains at $1.45 pair 214 yank long and
of fine quality ecr scrim. Regular $2. 5 values
ir.nov Nts. 75c vard and $1 yard values, at. .50C
I Lace Curtains at $1.45 Pair-Henvy French Net
. . ... i ' ...I.- lrtntr ailfl with
Curtains in wmte or ecru4 -72 ."
wide hem, and taped-reilar $2.-o values.
Taney Curtain Net at 35 Yard-48 in. and 50 in.
wide, in white, ivory or ecru; 60c-7oc yd. qualities.
Fancy Curtain Scrim, 42 in. wide, at, yard.o0
Timely Bedding Bargains
The Bedding Department now at its best never a more complete show
t J-naver better able to supply your needs. These specials should in
terest right now. Take advantage tomorrow or Tuesday.
Fancv Nets 75c yard and $1 yarn values, at. .ou 1 " ' . ,. rn 1 4.1 7e ..j
bSow Clotl r$1.00 Yd.-Qf ool and in plain eolors, and 50 in. wide; reg. vals. $1.50 and $1.5 yd.
these lower for tomorrow's and Tuesday's special selling.
Guernsey juiAing " v . oajw
15c size at lO-40c size at 30
25c size at '15 65c size at.. 55J
Ouernsey Welsh Rarebit Dishes four sizes: .
-,0 size St 2550c size at 40
40c size at... ovv . , ,
r, . a oi PassiirnM. in three sizes:
50c siz.e. . .40 60c size. . .500 '5c size. . .600
nnT Stpwnans. handled and covered, in 4 sizes:
40o size for .300 size for. 3d0
70c size for 550 $1-00 size for SO?
Guernsey Cnstard Cups, in two sizes:
i nn, rioVn vulnfts. .80 $1.40 doz. vals..$1.10
niiernsev Pie Plates, worth 35c, at 2o?
Guernsey Ramekins, worth $1 dozen, at, doz...u;
A Cotton-Pilled Comforter, covered
in silkoline and worsted tied.
Splendid value at $1.00
Blankets at $1.50 Pair Heavy
cotton Blankets, in white, tan, gray
or mottled; full size and regular
Blankets at $3.00 Pair Fine
imality Wolverine Blankets, in
washable colors pins, oiue, oruwn,
;reen. tteguiar 0.0 vaiues ana
Comforts at $2.00 Each Of
good quality and regular $2.75 ard
Blankets at $3.85 Pair All-w ool
plaid Blankets in pretty, soft colors
of tan, blue, pink and gray; $(j val.
Comforters at $6.00 Each Full
size, down-filled, sateen-covered.
Blankets at $6.00 Pair Heavy
and strictly all-wool, weighing six
pounds to the pair. Size 70 in. by
82 in. and Tegular $9.25 values.
These as well as the "South Bend Malleable"
Range are offered on Thirty days' Free Trial
followed by the advantageous buying Terms
SS.OO Down 3B.OO' Month
'Supreme," "Crown," 0a- ... .. . .
an-i" anrl , "Capital" fei;...'-,
"Reeal" and .."Capital
Ranges are built to meet
every demand for steel
ranges at popular prices.
They are a combination of
superior workmanship, ma
terials and the best modern
features in construction. If
it is a steel .range that you
intend to buy, then a few
minutes of your time spent
in investigating the distinc
tive features of these ranges
. will prove conclusively that
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one of them is tne range j.ur