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THE ' LARGEST DISPLAY IN .THE EN
- TIRE NORTHWEST .
THE LARGEST DISPLAYS
There is an exclusiveness and a generally store. The great public feel a
confidence; in this store, a confidence born'of experience, of over thirty-five years of satisfactory transactions a confidence in the
merchandise, business principles, methods, and in the spoken and written statements. , ' ' ' ,
THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, 1 TIITTRSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 17r 190.1.
ERS FOR HIS
: OUR IMMENSE BOYS' DEPARTMENT IS FAIRLY TEEMING OVER WITH ALL
THE NEWEST NOVELTIES IN ARTISTIC VLLY MADE CLOTHING FOR THE JUv
tVENILE, EVERY GARMENT OF WHICH IS MADE TO WITHSTAND THE HARQ-,'
EST'KIND OF WEAR. WHAT COULD BE A MORE SENSIBLE OR USEFUL PRES
ENT FOR A BOY THAN A HANDSOME SUIT OR OVERCOAT.
New, Fresh Stocks
. jor Xmas
till W, H
Smoking Jackets, Bath Robes, Etc,
THE BEST LINE OF. SMOKING JACKETS, LOUNGING ROSES AND BATHROBES
THAT COULD BE COLLECTED, ALL AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PrtCES,
MAKES NOW THE TIME AND THIS THE PLACE TO GET ONE FOR "HIM."
$4.50 to $15'
$8.50 to $25
' $3.50 to $15
"Useful Hints for His Gifts
As an aid to the Christmas shopper we submit a partial list containing a few of
the many suitable presents for men and boys
NECKWEAR .......; ...;...... .Me TO 15
FANCY SILK SUSPENDERS .............. .U.50o TO 5
KID GLOVES, DENTS, PERRIN'8, FOWNE'S
. MAKES ....... ......... TO , $2-501 Vl
FULL-DRESS PROTECTORS X. ..$1.50 TO- $5
FANCY, HOSE ......... ......... ...... ...25o TO $30
SILK HANDKERCHIEF8 ........ ......25o TO Sim
LINEN' HANDKERCHIEFS ....... ..25c TO 1.50
50o lTO $30
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PAJAMAS ; , : TO f15
FANCY WASHABLE VESTS 11 TO $5
FANCY SILK VESTS '....15 TO $10 r V
TUXEDO SILK VEST $750 Y'?M'J' , -
FULL DRESS WHITE VESTS $2.50 TO $7.50 Sil?f&i -Vx- J-fc ,
SUIT CASES $3.50 TO $35 :
TOILET BRUSHES, 8ET8, ETC....... $10 TO $15 - X? M '!
MEN'S SUITS : $75 TO $35 K ( ' $1
utu.. nUr.rnm I7M TO ISA : ' 't i 't V . . : 4.
FULL DRESS SUITS ........$40, $45 AND $50 CJf?
TUXEDO SUITS ........ $35 AND ?w ryU
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WILL OPEN WITH
POMP AND GLORY
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(Joaroil 8peUl Serrlc.)
New Orleans, Dec .17. The presence
of the warship of three nations and the
attendance . of scores of prominent
visitors from various parts of the coun
try give promise that the celebration
of the - Louisiana purchase ' centennial,
which begins tomorrow and continues
three days, will surpass In scope.-and
brilliancy the most sanguine expecta
tions of Its promoters. Visitors are at
rfadjr arriving in large numbers and the
crowded streets and public places re
semble the Mardl Oras throngs. -
New-- Orleans Is particularly- pleased
over the presence of the Spanish man-of-war
Bio -ds la Plata, ; which la the
first 8panish war 4 vessel 1 to visit this
country ' since , the Spanish-American
war. The new French man-of-war
Oravlera Is aUo here, while the United
States navy Is represented by the
cruiser-Minneapolis and several smaller
tlon thera will be civic, military and re
ligious ceremonies, a colonial ball, a
colonial exhibit and a naval parade.
rrkA..k k.p. ill Ka r. 1 na rAsKm .ami
other spectacular features, the program
In Us entirety has been so srrahged as
to aDDeal more to the student of history
than to the ordinary sightseer. . Condi
tions are favorable to thla arrangement,
ss all the old buildings connected with
the -transfer are still standing in very
much the same condition as they .were
a century ago. ' . ' ; ' ; . ." ,
as u vara ox via. .
. Thus the main ceremonies will take
piBm lf vitutfr ..... .....v...
houso .under the. Spanish and French
regimes, now the supreme court build
' in. It baa been furnished exactly as
it was' on the day of the transfer. The
will (nnliide the readtnc of the
original transfer, and Loussat, Clai
borne, Wlttcinfon and -other commis
sioners WUI oe reproJnjea oj iiruutineiii
cltlscns In the costumes of the times.
The religious ceremonies in the St.
: Louis cathedral will be Identical with
those of 10 years ago, and the salute
will be Bred from Jackson square (form
' erly the Place d'Armes) and from can
". non a century old. . r
The colonial exhibit will .remain open
! a month In the Archieplscopal palace,
1 formerly the t'rsullne convent, the old
est public building in the Mississippi
vslley. The exhibit wtl Include a large
DO NOT BUY NOW
: Prospective " typewriter purchasers
should not boy Typewriters untlj they
receive some information .from 'L. M.
Alexander. K.'TWrd; street, regarding
the new 1 J. Bmun -m ypewruer, per
fected visible writing machine, nlth
r.w improvements never before used on
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number of Interesting relics which have
been preserved , by the Creole families
of New Orleans.
Colonial areas SalL
The program as finally completed will
be opened tomorrow evening with .a re
ception and tail in the Cablldo. The
celebrated beauties of New Orleans will
dance the minuet in costumes duplicat
ing those of colonial days,, and an old
fashioned New Orleans supper will
Interrupt the dancing at midnight . This
event is In charge of the ladles of the
Historical society, its patronesses rep
resenting the best and oldest families of
New Orleans. ,
Saturday morning the commemorative
exercises will be held in the Cablldo at
which there will be addresses by Gov
ernor Heard and the French and Span
ish ambassador, followedrty a military
parade and a naval review before the
city. In the evening the guests of the
city will attend a special gala perform
ance at the French opera house.
Sunday, which will be the real cen
tenary of the transfer, the day will be
gin, with high mass and , a te deum in
the 1 old cathedral,- after which, at the
hour "When; the actual transfer took
place, there will be an oration from the
balcony of the Cablldo and the national
colors will be raised amid the booming
of cannon' In Jackson Square.
HE MAKES FACES
Wonderful Kan, Whose Beputattoa
Has Spread Throaghotit the Civil -
, Lied World Kia Operations
Are Almost Incredible.
Madame Asa Holmes Rlbbecke, Port'
land's noted dermatologist,-now in New
York, writes to a friend in this city
that "I. have not had . a minute to my
self since my arrival' here. Every day
I work from 11 to I-o'clock with A. I
Nelden, M. D the celebrated physician
who made the $5,000 ear for a Wyoming
stockman a few weeks ago; The New
York American on November 1. said of
this man;, 'Or. Nelden baa had more
experience than any other physician , or
surgeon In this specialty, and as the 1r-
ventor of te various operations In pain
less , antiseptic surgery for the correc
Hon of facial deformities, the discoverer
of paraflne Injections for Oiling out and
developing1 any part of the face or body
and the Inventor of the French ointment,
which peels off the skin so delicately,
as to require - no -- detention -indoors.
neither plasters nor electricity being
needed, and no pain felt during, the
treatment, his reputation reaches to the
ends of the earth. . This ointment re
moves all wrlnklea and. dlscoloratlons
from the face and tightens and freshens
the skin. The doctor Is therefore first
authority on these subjects.'
"I am every day participating; In the
most wonderful-operations possible-to
conceive of. the madams adds. "All
the horrible-looking - creatures of this
big- world'come here for treatment, and
the operations performed by Dr. Nelden
are most astounding. 1 hope to be at
home in Portland again about, January
.16. - - . - .
." The Dr. Nelden referred to is known
throughout the entire civilised world as
the, .greatest specialist in "remodeling
countenances the history of time h
ever disclosed. Madame Holmes la.
therefore, receiving Instruction from the
fountain head. It .will doubtless greatly
profit her. Competent and skilled as she
was before, she will be' better than aver
qualified for her work when yhe returns.
Sfj SIchel ( Co.,. 92 Third Street
... Tobacco Jars, English ,makev will keep
OLD INDIAN DRESS :
FOUND IN OREGON
There is to be seen on exhibition In
a show window on Washington street a
queer object wblch combines the char
acteristics Of a modern woman's even
ing dress with the attire of an Indian
squaw of more than 100 yeara ago. The
dress belonged to the grandmother of
an old Indian called Squaw Lucy, on the
Rogue river, and came into possession
of Capt William Tichenor, who was the
first whit settler In that section. He
settled there In JS50. ,
ine reiro is now ownea oy nis grand
son, F. B. Tichenor, or this city, it is
Little wonder the M. D. brethren ar
exercised. People are awakening to the
humbuggery of being doped with nos
trums creating one disease to gratify
a guess as to whether another may be
cured., The afflicted are flocking to the
Those who DO cure, and that without
administering poison to their patients.
Doctor according to the laws of sense
and nature. It Is not guesswork on
their part. They have not only sense
and reason on their side, but the Creator
of all remedies as welL
Mrs. L H. Hart
decorated with nuts ' ground Into ' the
shape of beads, with here and there an
added ornament of an old thimble, pur
chased by the Indians from the Hudson
Bay company, and some shells. This
dress Is the only one of the kind In ex
istence and Ja of peculiar interest. In
that it belonged to the" ancient Indians
of Oregon. The beads sell for one dollar
apiece. . The dress Is not Only like the
modern ' garment in being very low cut
In the neck, but also In price, as It is
valued at 1500. . .
Professor Saton's Panning SobooL
Classes Monday and Thursday even
ings at Arlon Hall. Beginners taken a
any time. Five assistant teachers. Pri
vate lessons dally at ball. Phone West
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obtaining It to the office of publication,
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IN SPANISH BOSOMS
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(Jonrnil Special Service.)
Madrid, Dec. 17. The cabinet today,
in a stormy session, decided to send
the United States an official notification
that Spain would not participate In the
St. Louts exposition. The Invitation by
America for an exhibit at the fair was
declined In polite terms, giving the rea
son for not so doing as . shortage In
the treasury. The real ; reason, how
ever. Is the hatred of the Spanish, for
America, which was engendered during
the lata war. On the streets groups of
people congregated and frequent allu
sions were made to the American "pigs."
. " Wright's JUlf Page of Prices.
' Astonishing but true. See advertise,
ment In this Issue.
80S AXXSZT BUrUDXlTO, IHID AMD
Treats diseases of every nature and her
record proves that
Her Success is Without
Rheumatism, neuralgia, gout, chronic
diseases, blood taints., female diseases
Of all classes, and. delicate to say. per
haps, to those who have given the sub
ject no serious .thought, sexual matters
are treated with the tenderness they
deserve. This In men aa well as women.
There is s solemn aspect to this ques
tion when It Is thoroughly understood.
Consultation cordially invited. .Tele
phone, West 1614. , ' v ,
An Ideal Gift,
TXTHERE is the woman who
would not be pleased with
her Xmas gift if it were a ,
of SQverfield'a VUperb making.
-.-.. . ,k.
Tomorrow only we will place oa
ale a stylish Boa of Brook Mink,
which is made on the new flst
style and trimmed with six full
1 tails, well worth $11.00
TOMORROW ONLY. :
Send for Catalogue.
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S EVEN TEEN
We Show a Choice Lot.of New Designs in
These' Wares for Holiday Trade.
- Idzumo Bon Bon Boxes ............. $1.40 to $2.25
Idzumo Ros Jar$......;............... 1.65 to $6.00
. Idzumo Vases. -V. 1.50 to $7.00
i MORIAGE WARE. , . ; J -
Vases .....1;.......:.;.$ .50 to $3.00
Rose Jars...:.. 1.75 to 2.85
Shaving Mu.;Ji::.V. t00 to : 1.50
Jewel Stands...?....... ,M . .60 to 1.00 .
Match Boxes..:.-. -1 r .. .L00 to L75
Bon Bon Boxes..:..........-.. ; .65 to 1,00
Cloisonne Vases , .85 to 4.50 .
Cloisonne Rose Bowb...... . 1.35 to 2.50 ..
Cloisonne Tea Pots 1.25 to 2.25
China Cups and Saucers, per set, 25c, 35c, 40c,
50c. 65c. 75c, 85c $U5, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75
China Chocolate or Tea Pots, $1.75, $2.50, $2. 65,
$3 and $3.50
China Creamer and Sugar, per set, 90c, $1.10,
: $1.20, $1.50, $25, $2.85, $3.50 -
China Nut and Rose Bowls, 40c, 80c, $U5, $100,
and $3.00. : - , ; " "
.China Vases, $1, $1.40; $1.85, $2, $2.40, " $3 and
China Fancy Dishes, 50c, 85c $1. $1.I5,$I.35, $1.50,
,'$2 and $2.50. '
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