The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, December 11, 1910, SECTION THREE, Page 5, Image 41

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    TIIE SUNDAY OREGOXIAX. PORTLAND, DECEMBER 11. 1910.
Sole Portland Agene" School Shoes-Perrin's Real Kid Gloyes-J. & T. Cousin's Shoes for WQ
t t rM.l pc.Proof and Redfern Corsets Exclusive Agents Mme. Irene. Successo and Gossard Corsets
1 ne no me 01 nmu vuracia .wnaw , . r t:n
See Regular ASTement, Last Page of Section Qfte-SeTCrocery Ad. in Section One-See Covin's Shoe Ad, ,n F.rst Secfaoa
eliable Gifts tor uiiiareii
Presents Unprecedented Savmgs on
r.rpar Assortments-Better Toys and Better Service Than Ever Before
kaf fctfe aa' W W ' - i
$ 1 .50 Blackboards 98c
The Blackboards are 4 inches high, with
13xlS-ineh board, ret
and alphabet; $L30 Tal
13xlS-ineb board, revolving pictures QQ.
lue., special at
$2 Tool Chests $1.39
Each Chest contains 25 assorted, useful tools.
Cliwt are well made and nicely C1 OQ
finished; IS inches long; $2.00 al. P
Cradles 39c
White enameled Cradle, nice
ly finished; slatted bottom;
regular 50o values, on cpeeial
sale at the low price of only
39c Each
Furniture 39c
Set of Toy Furniture, contain
ing four chairs and one table,
made of oak, and an excellent
value at 50o, on special sale at
At 39c
50cPianos39c
Toy Pianos. 7 inches high,
black enamel finish, 8 keys,
with music book, a very nice
toy at 50c, specially priced at
39c Each
50c Laundry Sets 39c
Wood Laundry Set, on legs 12 inches high;
tub. wash board, wringer and clothes OQ.
line; SOr value, on special sale at, set
$ 1 .25 Cannons at 98c
Rapid-fire cannons, made of iron; shoot the
soft rubber balls, four men with "etiQfis
regular $1.23 value, siecial at only
$1.50 Indian Suits 89c
TTfenV; Indian Suits, consisting of coat, pants
and feather head dress for boys or CQC
eirls: there, regular $1.50 values, at
Made with double focusing lens, lamp, chim
npv and reflector: 12 slides, 2x7 OQ
inches, strong box; $3.00 value
Soldier Suits Circus 98c Each Air Rifle 39c
Made with white enameled The famous Humpty Dumpty King Air Rifle, shoots BB
helnwt red breast plate, gun Circus, 17 pieces ; clowns, chair, shot, nickel barrel, ebony
helmet, rea Dreasi P"-S barrel etc regularly priced at stock, 29 inches long; regit-
iSoTheluircS SVach,' oesale at larly so.d at 50c, special at
79c Each 98c Each 39c Each
25c Enameled Beds 18c $1 Oak Doll Beds 79c
Doll Beds, with wire spring bottom, 17 inches Doll Beds of oak, 29 inches long and 12 inches
W 1A inches wide reeular 25c val- 1 Q wide, with wire bottom, slatted head, yQ
uesfon jal safe at orfyTyour choice lOC and regular $1.00 value, special at '
livery Any Time Before Xmas-Do Yoar Buying While Assortments Are Best
Santa Claas in Our Toy Department Every Day From Now Until Christmas
Largest and Best Toy Department west oi nicaKo svuuro rum i . i r- .
.. ,-in T nrnAflTUrMT (1 TO 11
$1.75 BBUSH SETS FOR $1.23
Enameled tin Brush Sots, 10 pieces,
brushes, brooms, washstands, etc., and
these net regularly sell no
for $1.73, very special at BLuJ
$2 FIRE DEPARTMENT $ 1 .39
Fire Department, iron toys, hose
reel, hook and ladder and fire en
gine; this is a regular
$2.00 value, special at
$1.39
$2.50 ROLLER SKATES $ 1 .79
Boys' and Girls' Extension Roller
Skates, with steel ball-bearing
wheels, skates that sell
regularly at $2.50 pair,
SI. 79
50c CHINA TEA SETS AT 39c
Pretty toy China Tea Sets in two
colors, floral designs, 9 large pieces
in the set, and regular val- OA
ues at 50c, special at only 3C
$3.00 AMERICAN CIRCUS 98c
Jointed wild animals, pedestals, lad
ders, clowns, etc, 16 pieces in all, a
collection that is worth $3, Qf)
at the special low price of eOC
FOR 49 c
Wall Blackboards, size 19x25 inches,
with heavy oak frame and chalk rest,
a home educator for the little m Q
folks well worth the price of LjQ,
Mt. Hood Calendars 19c and 39c
See the Big Fifth-Street Window Display
w m&fi Mm
a: o ),km Tirr(ttinn for a remembrance for the friends back East. Buy
one of these distinctive and handsome Calendars and mail it to some one in
the East. If yon told them how little it cost, they conldn't believe it, for
these are very artistic photos, handsomely mounted on fancy mat, as shown in
illustration. There are25 different views of Oregonja famous mountain in
the lot. On these beautiful mats is mounted a 1911 calendar. We bought a
large nnmber at a very low price and have the exclusive sale for Portland.
Without the calendars they sell ordinarily for oc q j '5Qr
andSl.OO each. For three days, calendars and mounts allU J7
WE SHOW THE MOST COMPLETE ASSOBTMENT OF FRAMED PIC-
AMONG THE LATEST AE-
TUEES IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST.
RIVALS IS A COMPLETE SELECTION OF THE LATEST
COLLEGE
POSTERS. JUST THE THING FOR A CHRISTMAS REMEMBRANCE FOR
THE BOY FRIEND AT COLLEGE OF THE BACHELOR FRIEND WHO
TAKES PRIDE IN THE DECORATION OF HIS ROOMS. FIFTH FLOOR.
ORDER PICTURE FRAMING NOW IF WORK IS WANTED FOR XMAS.
Great Sale
500 Haidpcigs
$ 1 .50 to $15 Values Half Price
Hundreds of gift-seekers will come to the Leather Goods Depart
ment this week and buy a genuine Leather Handbag at half the
regular price. When you are buying a present to please a woman,
you Ve made a good selection by choosing a handbag. Any woman
who follows the fads in dress, wants to have a bag that is in good
style and in keeping with her costume. Included are fine walrus,
genuine seal, alligator, pig, English morocco and fine goat leathers.
All are leather lined with purses to match. Leather covered or
metal frames. Dozens upon dozens of styles; reg- 1. Pt5fi
mm mi -w
ular $1.50 to $15.00 values; for this week marked
See tomorrow's papers for announcement of great bargains in Jewelry, Leather Goods, Sta
tionery and Toilet Goods. We have a full assortment ofSafety Razors, Fountain Pens, Etcjtc.
tor., and Th Dancln Doll." by Mrs,
Mr C. J. Crndlt of The Dmllea.
;wu fruent ft th club. Th nt iwft
Hng will b hfld t th horn of Mn,
'
Ilornr Thornton tntrtlnd
Nrllh a. DlKrlliDKiui howrr In honor
of UIm (lata Lon Macr roccntly.
t tb bom of her father. Dr. E. U.
Thornton. Vvm hondred tho ontr-
talnmrnl. and Ml Beatrice Mills and
5dra- rd ilundrll won the high hon
rot. The irueata Included Mra. Charlea
niwler. Mra. E. IL Thornton. Mra.
William Brker. Mra. J E. Mera. Mr..
-rd Mundell. Mra. WUla Laurence,
jjra. Kred lram. Mra. Cecil llarcroft.
Mra. Crocket. Mrs. Anna Thomson.
ra. Waconer. Mra. Kred Schoule. Mlaa
Vleta Mara. Miss Vera Mafera. M '.
E Orana. Mlae Norma Urana. M'.s
Beatrice Mllla. Ml Eva Johnaon. Mla
AlTa Johaaon. Mlaa Anna t.'ott. Miss
llaael Blakner and Mta Halite Baer.
A circle of Danish friends. In and
round Portland, eotne of whom began
tnelr aculntnce back In the old
homes In Denmark, have been much In
terested In the ortalle) of a double wed
" 41s- which took rUce Thanktvtn day
at Norway losut near Vermillion.
6. D.
The) brides, aisters, CVra Auruata and
3vlna Christina, are the daujthtera of
Mr. and Mra Ole N. Junker, and were
married to Charles) K. Deeran and
Marlnua Peterson rerectlvely. Plain
Talk, of Vermillion. 8. D.. contained In
It Issue of December i. an extended ac
rount of Uie iouble cereniocy and a lone
list of presents
The Royal Dame met laat Tuesday at
Ih home of Mra. C W. Crowder and
tvasaed an enjoyable afternoon. The
house decorations consisted of ferns
and roses. Tea serred at a handsomely
appointed tea table closed the afttr
pcon. The a-uesta were: Mra. L E. Roberta.
Mra. M. Doty. Mra E. A. 8anderleaf.
,Mra. M. Westfall Mra. W. W. Lowns
loale. Mra. U Hay a Mra, W. Rlener.
fcJra. Xrwla CurL Mx. J. Murphy, aft.
It U Day. Mrs. I a Oouser. Mrs. D.
Nelson. Miss Dorothy Curl and Miss D.
Sundrrleaf .
The next meeting1 of the club will be
held at the heme of Mrs. C .A. 8un
derleaf. at 441 Leo avenue. Tuesday
afternoon. lecember to.
ee
Miss Elma Smith and Pearl Van
Bebber entertained their frtonda with
a masquerade party Friday evening. In
their apartment at the Ordeletsh. The
rooms were artistically decorated with
Japanese) lanterns and fana, The
Kuests were received by Mra E. Byers.
and the evenlna waa passed with
aames and music. Those who were
, rr.-rnt at the affair were: Mrs. E.
Byers. Mla Anna Borgeson. Miss Flor
ence Olson, and Miss Conley of Ta
coma. Ray Byers. Jack Hitchcock.
George J. Flecher. H-outs Apperson.
Vsrn Apperson. Harold Davidson and
Raymond Sbepard.
Mla Lillian Querber entertained on
Tuelav tvenlng- In honor of Miss
Hannah Kampe. whose marriage to
John Lewis Is to take place the ln:tr
part of the month. Those prejent
were: Miss Bess Pickett. Miss Aruet
Johnston. Mls Anna Felkel. Miss
Irene Ellis. Mts Dorothy Lewis. Miss
Nellie Lewis. Miss Hulda Ouerber. Mrs.
O. C Hoff. Mra William Perry nd
Mra Arthur Porto.
see
In honor of her houee guest. Miss
Rea Nibley. Mrs. Alexander Nlbley
entertained at cards Saturday at her
home In Irvlngton. Those enjoying
Mra Nlhley a hospitality were Mra
Charles Boss. Mra Jack Maglnnla, Mrs.
William Hare. Mra Benjamin Bargsr.
Mra Roscoe Olltner, Mrs. Bennett
Fleckenhelm. Mra Frederick Bokford.
Mra George Eroerr. Mrs. Graves. Mra
Teasdale. Mra Zang. Mra George
Jackmon. Mra Marcus Delahunt. Mra
Garrett Verstsag. Mra Cyril Maglnnla.
Mra Charles Jennlnga Mrs. F. O. Jen
nings Mra Rosssrmsn. Mrs. Weaver.
Mr. TUUnger and Miss Ruth Sioan.
The Rossmere "500" Club was enter
tained at the home of Mr. and Mra. Nat
, Cooper, at East Forty -second alreet.
last Monday evening. Aside from the
regular attendance the following guests
were present: Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Hall. Mra Llproan. Mra Polndexter,
James Collins. Fred Collins. Virgil Coop
er and Mrs. John T. Donnelly, of Baker.
Music and dancing closed the evening.
At the Thursday evening meeting of
the Astra Circle the following officers
were elected: Post guardian neighbor.
Mrs. F. Guardian; guardian neighbor.
Mra A. Tiffany: advisor. Mra M. Briggs;
attendant. Mra'B. Ernest: magician,
Mra N. Oranstron; clerk. Mra J. Cas
aon: banker. Mra A. vulllemeler; cap
tain of guards. Mrs. J. Stiles; Inner
sentinel. Mra J. Johnson, and outer
sentinel. Mra B. Mitchell.
e
The Bwastfka 600 Club met at the home
of Mrs. John Keneflca. All the members
were present and the prise waa won by
Mrs. John Btraub. The neit meeting
will be at the home of Mrs. J. A. Hughes.
S67 East Seventh street. North. Mra
Keneflck "was assisted by her cousin.
Mrs. George Jordan, of Rawlins, Wyo.
e
A unique affair was the "bachelors'
evening." (riven December 9 by Dr.
Harry A. Start at his home In Irving
ton. The rooma were festive with Cal
ifornia violets and bridge was the
game of the evening. Music was fur
nished by a quartet of the men present
and supper closed the sociable.
-
Mr. and Mrs. Carlln De Witt Joslyn
entertained at dinner at the Commer
cial Club Sunday evening. Places were
laid for the following guests: Mr. and
Mrs. E. M. Goldsborough, of Minneapo
lis; Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Atwater, of
Spokane; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar J. Man
nell and Mr. and Mra. G. W. Stanchfleld.
of thla city.
Members of Oregon Benefit Degree,
Number 1. Knights and Ladles of Secur
ity, entertained 100 of their friends at
CHRISTMAS
HOLLY TREES
Just arrived from Europe, carload of fine holly trees, full of bright
red berries, from $3.00 up. Just what you want for a Xmas present.
Also a car of Ehododendrons and Asalea Mollis.
Come quick while the selection is food and you can have trees deliv
ered any time. Cut this ad. out and brinf it with you; it is good for
$1.00 os any purchase of $5.00 and up.
L. O. BEERY & SON
"BAY TKEE NXTESEET."
Cor. Alberta and Union Ave. Phone Woodlawn 2752.
DUU III IIICU UOU u.u.v.j 1'
Wednesday evening. The successful con
testants were Mra C. M. Brown and P.
Fisher, first prizes; Miss V. Williams
and F. King, second prizes, and Mrs.
J. Wendt and Mr. Callahan third prizes,
After cards Mrs. J. C. Johnson enter
tained the guests with recitations.
A family reunion of note took place
recently at the home of Mrs. C. J.
McLain. The occasion marked the
i : -... Ai.ath tt tho flvA children
of Mrs. Sarah A. Hollingsworth after
40 years or separation, xne jji min.
guests at the reunion were the follow
ing persons: Mrs. A. R. Cumpston. of.
rontlnued on Faffe 8.)
lea
li'J.'." - "ifi'V ' '$1' ''''t" .$'L- Qhffi'?'
DIAMONDS
Astock only possible after
generations in the business
in Europe and America.
EVERY IMAGINABLE
SIZE EVERY PRICE.
DIAMOND JEWELRY IN
GOLD AND PLATINUM.
C. CHRISTENSEN
Second Floor, Corbett BIdg.
Fifth arid Morrison Sta.
Take Elevator
SWISS WATCH REPAIRING
Open Evenings Until Christmas