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One of the "Reautif ul
"P anges fl-iven A way
Xa.urallv we're enthusiastic about this wonder
ful rar.?enut every woman who sees an Alcazar
U douMy . , . ,. . ,
T "catch" the rn thu.Um th e predion ol dcJiffll
fmnpmm. the rranuf.cturrf ha authorized u to Rive.
ai-aotuMy frrc. a Purlf Alcaxar ILanjrc for the .
70 75 Reasons Ulix the Alcazar
Should he in livery Home
' ii f
Y want these reason
you e them front
in.ijwctinff the ranjre and
having t demonstrated.
-TAr Duplex Alcazar
w n o Ranges in one
burns coal or wood
ami gas; heals the kit-
-hen and cooks as well.
Jn the Summer time
gnu can burn gas ex
clusiiely.if you desire.
ThU contest open
from Norrrr.rwr 20 to I)o-
cemWr 1". No one con
nected with the manu
facturing and selling of
stove, and no employe of
the Meier i Frank Com
pany is eligible.
15 you nW.I purrh.r an .Utr In the meantime and m
.rti4 the) rri in thus contact. th price refunded.
Come in and have the Atcatar demonstrated and then prepare
your un bt ra.ort.. Mad or hrir.S ncr to Mot Depart
ment fcfor IWmbr 10.
Fw.on limit to C"0 ord- A th reaaons be Used for
advrti.nrs puryw. treaty will b conider4 Jn making the
ward. 6co prpjrt-nl. tuchth floor, Mala Street-
V- J' - fTUIw
AID CARRIED TO ILL
DV Unl L ML ULnl ul " x " ",,h ukut jnmt.
Vr-t-v:. she In an rul stag and
J. but a littl better, txitn ponlU.
f receiving 1 1 a month.
" orkin woman bo has lo (tar
at borne la l' car of her tubercular
Mrs. Sarah Evans Reports on
Work Done to Relieve Tu
FUND IS AT $4000 MARK
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FRIEND POWERLESS TO AID
HM-or Mranxla lo iM-aili Wlthoo
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mm appoint. 4 nudtllnt ctrk hjr
rf W. H-n.on. lata Ji'cratarr
of ritat.. Tao yr llr ha wa
promot.4 to h rhi.f rlarh an4
fr ona y.ar. wall Mr. Urnioi
ob.-rti from Iba tat. mi
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n'ao prform4 many of Iba
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rianaoa lvam t'roo a nicg-lue.
THIS IS ELECTRICAL PROSPERITY WEEK-LEADING DISTRIBUTERS FOR HOTPOINT AND UNIVERSAL APPLIANCES
See Our Big Christmas Announcement
2fC on Pages 10 and 11 of today's Oregonian! It is brimming with holiday news
4 of this great, new store the store that's ready for Christmas! Turn to.it now.
Great "Refore-Hhristmas Oar men t (Clearance
-hvinn-s onrt,remendous stocks of suits, coats,
gowns, blouses and furs at unmatchable reductions.
i - J
You 11 xurcly want a
new one when you tec
t $50 Lfc 1-2
Half jri-e for uch rrmrk-
hly jrood-tookir.r HU tht yoM
will fwl poiUvcly hmed of
wrarinir that shabby old hat
with your nrw uit!
SVorrs of uch atunnirnj mod
llyland, Phipps, Gage,
brids many of our own orijr
inal This i a Mile of
hats tht you cannot afford to
mi. Velvet, plush, felt nd
velours in e e r y desirable
tylc! Fourth Floor.
Untrimmed Hats at
Yi to y less!
This has been our greatest suit season in years more women and girls have been
appareled in our big Suit Store than ever before. That means, of course, larger
stocks-and naturally more Suits now which do not offer complete size-ranges-r the selection
they did. But every suit in this trreat sale is just as individual just as smart just as desirable
as a few weeks ago when there were complete lines from sizes fifteen to fifty-two!
Suits formerly Suits formerly Suits formerly Suits formerly
$2.50-$2$.50 $25 to $29.50 $30 to $35 $45 to $o2.50
trl I J f w 1 t a. HV I
UM im $24-J2 $341
Fourth Floor. Fifth Street.
More Good Ncics From the Women's Apparel Store
ft nother gig ghipment of Tt-xquisite
'yodel Dresses at $282 - $48
. . a a i 1 J L 1 -Ct-m unA
More of those wonderfully beautiful dresses that created such a furore
3 -Models S one of America's foremost artists-all Paris-inspired-and
!Satin chiffons, velvets, nets, metallic and flowered effects-also serges
and serge combinations.
Dresses (U O O Kf re.e8 CPOh
- xiu ivn i i m 1
$U5 to $
$75 to $12
Fourth Floor, Fifth Street.
Direct From the Palace of Education at the
USS niAVF. M. ELRICll
tnti'd authnrt.y on artl.tlc drrn.maklnr. will lecture tomorro
"The Short Cuts tn Sewing
- a j... Cl.a anmaa f mm lb aftll 1" rUTl-
CaVo tmo :h'rV,V ,,;"oVcouVoV lectur. tfh. ha. .Ive.
Tb,.. -r .,. .-8d and wcdncsday at 2 :S0
Music Hall, Sixth Floor
f!hristmas JTur gale
i 11C bllAW aJV. V.B4 -a-w O tT
Christmas and cold winds and
soft, warm -furs!
Any one of these beautiful sets
or separate scarf or muff would make
a aeiixnuui xiifci .'mm. -
. ... . , i ii 4i rv.., i-o
r lien ana an tne
cross, red. black or blue in
cluded in this sale of women s
TJeep Reductions on
Tomorrow every ravishingly lovely blouse in our
stock priced $10 or over goes on sale at worth-while
Why not select that dainty, new blouse you will want for the holiday
gaieties now. while there are still scores for your choosing? Georgettes,
silks, laces, chiffons all wciuaea:
s 7.n. $
only SI 7.00
la,VJ ? riQ
a& i at -'
$ 9.00 Furs, at
$ 3.00 Furs, at
$ 98.30 Furs
Fourth Floor. Sixth Street.
f me- Quality" Stoke of- Portland
able Jan. 1.
New, Comfy, Warm
for the- cold nights
that wash soft and f inn !
Pure white ones and
some with dainty blue
or pink stripes.
Pajama-like effects for
those who like simple,
straight gowns and some
made dainty with pretty
b r i a r - stitching and em
broidery. High neck and slip-over
styles, trimmed in dainty
wash braids and tucks.
An unusual assortment at
75, 98p, S1.25,
S1.50 and S1.75
Third Floor, Sixth Street.
Fourth Floor. Fifth StrccL n-n
ALIBI IS ADVANCED
Bobbery Suspect Denies He
Was in Portland at Time.
TELEPHONE CALL IS CITED
lllrth of Ilabjr lla-lrnetl lllm Homo
Iam Iulnc Trip. He iny,
' Although FjK-aree J rom Two
Prloona Are Admltlrd.
IclarlnK that ha In Seattle on
the Mht of Fcbrurr IS. lat. when
po.tofflra Klatlon A. In thla cltr. waa
rohhad. and could not. therefore, hava
lartlclratcd In It. Bruca Granvllla.
chared lll rartlclpatlon In the
crime, rmumed the witneaa aland In
Federal Court Jrirdajr rnornln-.
II act UP bla alibi In icood ahape. Bt
trlbutlna bla return to b'attla at that
particular tlma to the fact that hla
wifa had amt (Ivan birth to a child.
Tba habr arrived, ha ald. the nlhl
before ha ot home.
liranvll.a aousht to prova Ma caa
by lalmenla of Jam K. CIonnell.
proprietor of the Cealtle aparlment
bou. wher ha i llvlcg-. that ha
called tlranvllla to tha lelephona on
lha early morning of February 13.
boarlna that ha waa la hla apartments
on lha ttrt of February II. Tha
landlord testified that ha recalled sum
nsoaiCK lranUla from bla room to
answer tbo telephone, but ha was not
positive as to tha exact dale.
Crant:ie also maintained ba had met
a friend named Fred Hoyt on the
stre-ts of Seattle tha night of February
13 and that Hoyt will testify to that
Cross-examination by reputy PIs
Irlct Attorney Johnson failed to shake
the atory of tha alleircd postal robber
that he wa In hla Meattla apartment
on tha nlahl the robbery took place.
Me dl1. howerer. make admissions that
a, era dmsln to him.
ila confessed lo havlnir senred a
tenn at Folsom Penitentiary. Califor
nia, and It wan there that be met
Charles P. Mack, hla alleged accom
plice In tha J'atlon A robbery and
with whom ha traveled for a time be
fore hla arrest. He also admitted hav
lnir served four months In tha Nevada
Mata renltenllary, from which he es
caped. He declared that for four years
following hla escape he had lived an
honest lite In Seattle.
Maary Order Are I'aaaed.
The wltnese explained bla association
with ilack by sarins; that the two
bad contracted for the sale In three
states of an automatic baseball ma
chine and that In carrying- on this
business they traveled up and down
the I'aclflo Coast and aa far Fast as
Granville admitted having caihed
three money orders stolen from Sta
tion A. Thl waa done while with
Mack tn the Fast. He said the reason
he left Mack and returned to Seattle
waa because b suspected the orders
were crooked.- He told Mack he would
have nothing more to do with him.
Granville said he would plead guilty
to having passed these money orders,
but not to having participated In the
robbery of fetation A.
Mack, also charged with the rob
bery. Is still at large, having escaped
from officer near Sandpotnt. Idaho,
while being trought bark here for
trial. Uranvllle'a testimony ended at
noon yesterday, tha court adjourning
until tomorrow mornins.
GOVKRNOR WITHVCOMBE TO MAKE
Harry 1- Sherwood to Respond to
Toast af "The King" aad Mnslo '
Alaa WUI Be Featured.
With between 80 and 100 members
present the 40th annual banquet of the
St- Andrews Society of Oregon will be
held at the Benson Hotel Tuesday
night- The organization Is composed of
Scotch people and a programme In
which Scotch music and dancing will
be featured has been arranged. Tha
principal address of the evening will
be delivered by Governor Wlthycombe
who will speak on the subject "The
Scot In the Development of the North
west." Harry L. Sherwood. British
Consul will respond to "The King"
Officers of the organization which
were elected at a meeting held about
two weeks ago will be installed. They
ere: James Cormack, president: W. G.
Mct'herson. vice-president; Tom Burns,
treasurer; Hugh I. Cameron, secretary;
James M. Balllnsrall. assistant secre
tary: phvsicians. Dr. K. A. J. Mackenzie.
Dr. W. H. Skene. Dr. J. F. Bell. Dr. E.
A. Marshall. Dr. W. T. Williamson;
chaplain. Key. J. W. McDougall; coun
sellors. A. K. Clark. James B. Kerr and
Sanderson Reed; committee of relief,
James It. Stuart', John Bain and A. A.
Hall; assistants to committee of relief,
Mrs. K. K Baxter. -Miss Catherine
Burns. Mrs. Robert Livingstone and
Miss Maisie MacMaster: committee of
management. A. H. Birrell. K. K.
Baxter and A- G. Brown; piper. Pipe
Major J. H. MacDonald: auditors. J.
B. W. lawion and John Dickson.
The tit. Andrew'a Society of Oregon
n.o.niiKii in January. lSia,
object being to furnish relief to those
Scotch people in the state who might
be in need.
reduction of $5.00 on any Suit or
Overcoat ordered before Jan. 1, '16.
This is a bona fide
including exclusive imported
woolens picked from the markets of
the world, carefully tailored to
your complete satisfaction. This
includes our $25.00 Special, the
best $25.00 Suit or Overcoat in the
world. Compare it now.
TAILORS AND IMPORTERS,
MEN AND WOMEN.
S09-10 K. W. Bldg.. Slh and Wash
Fall Dreaa and Tuxedo Sulla a
In order to settle an
estate the executors
have decided to offer
for sale the following
1. Southwest corner Fifth and F.vcr
ett streeta. 100 feet square with three
story brick building.
2. Southeast corner Clay and Second
streets, 100 feet square with three
3. Blocks 2 and 4. Bourne's Addition.
Block 4 has trackage and adjoins Pa
cific Hardware & Steel Company. (Suit
able for factory or warehouse pur
poses.) 4. Forty acres on the Barnes road,
three miles from Portland Postoffice.
6. 320 acres of timber land in Tilla
6. Five acres in Glenhaven Park.
Cash offers for any of the above
will be received by the undersigned un
til December 10, 1915; the right is re
served to reject any offer.
FULTON & BOWERMAN
Attorneys for lixecutora,
7 25 Tcon bids., Portland, Or.
A Christmas Gift de Luxe
Rows upon rows of the best $275,
300 and $323 pianos are now $135,
$156 and $178. Payments only $5 a
month. These are new pianos, and the
instruments are guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction after extensive
usage, or money will be cheerfully re
funded. See them at the consolidation
sale now in progress at Graves Music
Company. 117 Fourth street, near Mor
rison, and at Eilers Music House,
Eilers Building, iJroadway at Alda,