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THE QUE G ON DAILY JOUIIITAL, PORTLAND, THPKSDAY EVENING. FEBTICAHY 11. 1904.
The members of the Norwegian
church are planning to dedicate their
new church edifice in June. The dis
trict synod of the Paclflo coast meets
Jn the cijty at that time. . This conven
tion will be attended by leading clergy
men from Oregon, Washington and Cal
ifornia. The new building is located on
the corner of Grant and East Tenth
streets. It ooeuples ; three-quarters of
a lot and is quite attractive looking.
The interior Is -spacious and well ar
ranged. The basement is divided up
into a. kitchen, young people's room and
fuel and furnace room. The auditorium
occupies the second floor. The floor
slants on all sides towards the pulpit
platform." Rev, O, Hagoes 4s the pastor
of the churoh,:. .. ..';,.-:
A concert at the Seamen's institute
will be given this evening under the
direction of U. Adrian Epplng. The
program: ' Mecso . soprano solo, Miss
Bertha Royal; recitation. . Miss Blanche
Robeson; tenor solo, Louis Davis; piano"
election, ; Miss Nellie Paly; recitation,
Mrs. Louise Godard; cqhtralto - solo,
Miss Mae Breslln; baritone solo, E. B.
Keith; recitation, Albert E. Johnson;
baritone solo, Reg." "F. Jones; double
mixed quartet sopranos. Miss Eva L,
Wells, Miss Nellie O'Brien, Miss Lucia
Barton; tenors, Louis Davies, Ralph Da
vies; altos, Miss Mae Breslln, Miss Pe
trenella Connolly; bassos, Reginald F.
Jones, Joseph Tanseler. v ; y, K
The regular monthly meeting of the
Oregon Camera club was held last Tues
day evening in "the clubrooms tn the
Macleay building- The club has decided
to give a steamboat excursion- on the
last Sunday in June. '- The trip will
probably be made up the river to Mult
nomah falls, and stops will be made
at other p laces. Action was also taken
in regard to the annual print exhibit
: to be held later on in the summer, but
no definite conclusions have been
, While you wait! v v "" v ;.'
Shoe repaying at your convenience.
W call for and deliver free of charge
all over town. Men's soles eewel on SO,
75 and 90 . Cents. Ladles' soles. 40, SO
and 60 cents. Beef whole rubber heels
In the world, 40 and 60 , cents. Half
rubber heels 3$ and 40 cents. . Boys'
an(l children's shoe repairing at very low
prices. Ring us up. Main 2031.
Goodyear Shoe Repair Co '' y?'-'
283 ; Yamhill street, near Gas com
pany's Office. ,',v..,; V y-i.. :.
A meeting of the grounds and build
ings committee of the Lewis and Clark
state commission will be held Saturday
morning at 11 o'clock at the offices of
the commission in the Stearns building,
for the purpose of completing the re
port to be submitted to the full com
mission at its meeting later in the same
day. The members of the committee
are: . J. It . Albert, chairman: F. G.
-Young, G. Y. Harry, Dr. Dave Rafferty
and Richard Scott,
i The' Astoria & Columbia River rail
road baa received notification from Bal
timore that 10 of the ew 41-foot flat
. cars, recently ordered, are en route
-west. The cars will be loaded at Mar
tin's Ferry. Ohio, with structural iron
for ? the Morrison street bridge. The
other 80 cars ordered will be shipped
W. W.- Copeland, . president of San
Francisco Typographical union, killed by
falling down ant elevator shaft last Tues
day night,, was formerly president f
Multnomah Typographical union.- : He
had a .Job office in the old Marquam
building and was oae of the publishers
of the Dally Morning American. ; ; . ! y :
Mr. E. 6, Spltsner will give an orches
tral and publl recital at Arlon hall, Fri
day, Feb. It, at 8:15 p. m. Invitations
-will be sent on application to any person
interested in our work. Address E.
O. Spltsner, 715 Marquam building. In
vitations must be presented at the door
or 60. cents admission will be charged.
The Japanese seem to be able to whip
anything that Russia can put up. .This
reminds us of the victories ef our steam
heated polisher the only one in Port
land that does' Its work "up brown."
just as the Japs seem to be .doing theirs.
Union Laundry, Second and Columbia,'
" The Multnomah county W. C. "T. V.
has engaged Rev. and Mrs. Handsaker
to conduct a series of meetings next
week In the First Christian church. Park
and Columbia streets. Dr. Handsaker
Is pastor of the First Christian church
at Corvallis. '. - ; ; , -. :t '
The schedule of the mall service from
Vancouver to Kalama, a distance of SO
miles, hag been changed so that the
train will leave at 1 p. m., instead of at
8 a. m. No change is made in the time
. t ' v - '-v
Information has Just been received
that theilttsens of Vermont have formed
it corporation with a . nominal capital
MANN & BEACH
, PFJNTM-S ';
9) Second Stmt
: Ground Floor'
, Low Prices
Telephone 444 ;
We Spend .
With merchants of Portland and for the
building, up. of the city. The Chinaman
you are having do your laundry or fam
ily washing is hoarding up, and will
some day take his walk back to China.
We can't even take ours above when
we go, .f:-;-.' -" ' ; . .
OREGON LAUNPRY and
TOILET SUPPLY CO.
Phone Bast 13.
O. T. EVAWS, Kg.
CLOSING OUT OUR LINE OF SUN
DRIES, WE ARB SELLING THE FOL
LOWING ARTICLES AT- A GREAT
REDUCTION: " ..','. ;:,'. ,, ,
A bottle of fclsterol' Seatlf rioe and a
geod Tooth Brash for , .SBe
Castile Soap, reg. lOo, special . ...... 7e
Caluenda Soap, reg. 85c, special. . , ,,15e
Grape Juloe (Oonoord), 76o, special. .65.
Grape Juloe (Concord), 40o to ..... , ,30c
Grape Juloe (Oonoord), regular lOo
special, a for .................. . ,85o
-.Sponges at cost. :'
DOERICKE & RUN YON
803 Washington. St, bet. 5th and eta.
of 110.000 to make an exhibit for their
state at the. St Louis and the Lewis
and Clark expositions. The state build
ing to be erected at St Louis will be
a reproduction of the old constitution
house at Windsor. No direct aollclta
tloin of an exhibit from Vermont has
yet been made by the Lewis and Clark
commission as the legislature does not
convene until next winter, .
The art department of the Portland
Library association, will be open to the
public next Sunday from 1 to 4:30 p.
m. The admission will be free. ' Miss
Falling, n charge of the Whistler ex
hibit, which Is on. display, will arrange
for an evening session some time be
tween now and April 1, when the exhl
bitlon closes. During the week the ex
hibit is open from 2 to 3:40 o'clock each
afternoon. Admission is free on Thurs
days and Saturdays.,
The report of Melinda Morgan aa exe
cutrix of the estate of Amos H. Morgan,
deceased, was riled with the county clerk
yesterday afternoon. The total receipts
from various sources added to the bulk
of the estate aggregated $20,200.85. while
the actual disbursements footed up $24,
632.25. . . !
Mrs. Flora A. Montgomery filed suit
in the state circuit court yesterday after
noon for divorce from Joseph C. Mont
gomery bn the ground of desertion. She
wishes to resume her maiden name of
Robertson. ; The couple was married at
SpringfleldV Mo-., October 18, 1899. v
Beats the Band. How easily corns
can be removed by a few applications of
the popular Hedglns' Corn Cure; sold
only by Albert Bernt, the druggist, Sec
ond and Washington. (
" How about a little booklet or paraph
let telling of your firm's business! Let
us print it for you. -Peaslee Bros. Co,,
452 Sherlock building. , ,
Fine day! Buy Meredith's umbrellas.
Repairing and recovering. Two stores
Washington and 5th, Morrison and 8th.
R- E. Bughes of Portland, attending
the Naval academy at Annapolis, passed
the recent examination successfully
-':"( ; . ' . n --:. - '
Steamers for The Dalle will leave
Alder-street wharf 7 a. m. daily (except
Sunday). Phone Main 114.
Our printing will suit you, we're
sure. Metropolitan Printing ; Co., 147
front street. " . ; ' '
Valentines. Largs assortment, artistic
and comic. Jones book store, 291 Alder
School books old and new bought and
sold. Jones Book Store, 291 Alder street
A masquerade ball will be given in
Woodward's hall next Saturday evening.
E. H. Moorehouse 4 Co., at Seventh
and Alder. Telephone Main 134S. V .
L. Shumaker, furrier, 305 Burnside
8. H. Gruber. lawyer, 117 Com'cl Blk.
Rev, J. R. N. Bell, pastor of the Pres
byterian church at Baker City, Or., is in
the city on m visit to his family, who
reside at East Yamhill and East Forty
third streets, near Mount Tabor. He
expects to remain until next Tuesday.
' CV 8. Jacobsen of Neustadter Bros,
has returned from a trip to New York.
J. O. Thomas,' formerly city passen
ger agent for the New York Central,
will leave tonight for San Francisco.
He intends going on the stage. Fred
erick C Nessley of the Denver ft Rio
Grande office will accompany him. Mr,
Nessley will return. .
Grant Copeland of Walla Walla, sec
retary of the Washington Livestock as
sociation, is visiting in Portland.
F. W. Breed, a prominent poultry
breeder of College Place, Wash., is in
the city attending the chicken show.
H. L. Slsler, general agent for the
Chicago, St Paul, Milwaukee ft Omaha
railway, has gone to Tacoma to meet
General Freight Agent H. M. Pierce and
Assistant General Passenger Agent G.
H. McRae. -
W. H. Smith, quartermaster's clerk,
will leave for Seattle tonight to spend
a few days with his parents, .
, The Stanley Hat -
Nobody will ask you, "Where did you
get that hatT" if you get a Stanley, a
new hat the agency for which has been
awarded to the Brownsville Woolen
Mills Store, 3 L. Bowman ft Co., pro
prietors, sole agents. . This hat is the
essence of style and is the best 23 hat
put on the Portland market See?
THE BAKER THEATRE n,0"U"u
George U Baker, Sole tetaee sad at aaag er.
All this week, siatbiees Saturday tad Sunday,
A warning rarce eomedv In thre arts.
Prwentrd by th Bakr Theatre Company.
Rrnlp(, 50c, Kc, 26c, 15c; matloMS, 20c,
15c. Uc .
Next wMkrirst time en Pacific Coast
Henrietta t'roaman'a great New .
... York (ucceae, ...
The orlflnal Crotmaa ertton.
fORDRAT RUSfiEIJ Manim, -,
Portlands Popular F tally Tbeatre,
. TONIGHT, ;
" jissib SKixZilrr
' And Her Oreat Oompaay ef Vlayart. '
Tliurtilar, Friday, Ratarday tnttlnre and
night MIm Shirley will prmant Bobwt Dton
ett'a . splendid comedy-drama, . . . , ,
DORIS ; ...
Great eaat end appropriate scenic effect, j
i Kaxt "week, corameoclnr Sunday matinee,
flrat time here, tlenry R. Uarka preaenta
MB. WILLIAM J. HOLMES lu the beautiful
ONE NIGHT IN JUNE
A sweet wfcoleenm atory of country 11 fc,
lorge caat of metropolttaa artiata.
SEVENTH ANt WA8HI1TOTOH.
BUND AT CONT1NUOVH FKOM S TO 10:)Wl
rOtt LADIES, GENTLEMEN AND CHILDREN.
ADMISSION TEN CENTS TO ANY SEAT.
ritED FRITZ. Prop. W. H. BROWS, Mgr.
- the; home of
Two snow dally at S lad a p. tn.
CONCERT BALI- ,! !
; CONCSBT.-'BVBBt NIGHT.
' BUBN8IDB, .
3? Crccnlarly BcmoriGtrated Rcaccns. Why Your Frccaiics Is DcmandoQ
Herd Tomoirov If YouVe Economically Eiiclined
An Olis. Vcrtraan Q ICir. fcsre-a
b a Wntcb!a sosvethbs s!L a pics
tclov that of its tqaz hi of
Tha convergence of tt!s crest "Old Horacstcad" Thcrcnhfare Store's locatiOai
recommends it as does its absolute RELIAEILITY--to every one as a buying
mart. It's the handiest store in Portland, situated as it is. right on the way
from anywhere to everywhere. .. ..
The 'Different Stcre"
Iest "DayUsM' Storo in,the Northwest
Home of Quality and Worth Fifth and Washington Streets
IF YOU'RE NOT POSITIVELY AVERSE TO SAVING YOU'LL BE HERE TOMORROW. LONG AGO WE SET APART FRIDAY FOR SPECIAL BARGAIN GIVING EFFORT.
WE WANT EVERY PERSON IN PORTLAND AND, THE NORTHWE8T TO UNDERSTAND THAT THIS IS A BARGAIN EMPORIUM AS WELL AS A STYLE AND QUALITY
STORE. FACT IS WE DISPENSE GREATER BARGAINS REAL ONES AND MORE OF THEM THAN ANY OTHER PORTLAND STORE. THIS STORE HAS NOT GROWN
SO. FAST MERELY BY CHANCE PEOPLE WOULD NOT THRONG OUR AISLES TO THE BLOCKADING POINT DAY AFTER DAY IF THEY DIDN'T GET BEST VALUES
FOR THEIR MONEY HERE. WE LIKE TO TALK BUSINE8S IN A BUSINESS-LIKE WAY. ADVERTISE JUST AS WE TALK TO YOU FACE TO FACE. NEVER MAKE
A 8TATEMENT WE CANNOT AND DO NOT BACK UP WITH THE GOODS. DON'T CLAIM TO BE PERFECT DON'T CLAIM THAT NOTHING EVER GOES WRONG
BUT, WHEN IT DOES WE RIGHT IT QUICKLY. WHAT MORE CAN A MERCHANT DO? WE URGE YOU TO EXAMINE. EVERY ARTICLE IN WHICH YOU'RE INTER
ESTED THAT WE ADVERTISE TODAY IP YOU FIND ANYTHING THAT ISN'T EXACTLY AS ITS REPRESENTED HERE WE'D BE GLAD TO HAVE YOU 8H0W US
THE DISCREPANCY. WAN'T YOU TO UNDERSTAND THAT WE'RE JEALOUS OF OUR REPUTATION AS PORTLAND'S LEADING AND BEST STORE AND ACCURATE
ADVERTISERS. , READ TODAY'S DIRECT BARGAIN MESSAGE AND DO US AND YOURSELVES THE JUSTICE OF CAREFUL AND ACCURATE COMPARISON OF THE
GOODS ADVERTISED AS EQUAL VALUES TOMORROW BY ANY OF THE LOCAL B LUSTER AND BRAG CO.'S." YOU ARE URGED TO NOTE CAREFULLY EVERY
WORD THAT FOLLOWS. TWE COMPARISONS OF VALUES MAY SEEM EXTRAVAGANT. THEY ARE REALLY CONSERVATIVE. ALL WE ASK, AND THIS IN 8IMPLE
FAIRNESS, IS THAT YOU PUT THESE OFFERINGS TO THE INEXPENSIVE TEST OP COMPARISON ELSEWHERE HERALDED IN BLACK-FACED ! COMEDY . TYPE.
HUNDREDS OF BARGAINS ARE HERE THAT ARE NOT TOLD OF IN PRINT.:
Second Floor Specials for
4 1st Grand Friday
Suits for $7.95
a A oor, Woman's Salos of Dress.
We have about 60 Women's Pedes
' trlenne Suits In our wardrobes, all
smart, very stylish, man-tailored.
suits, " for present wear. -. Some of T
y the later arrivals of the present
season. We, want the room they J
occupy and are also bound by our
Ironclad rule of making; each season
' stand Its own losses to close them
-before the advent of warm weather.
Four months yet for city wear and
then they'll be Ideal suits for sea
shore and mountains. The mate
rials are handsome novelty Tweeds,
Bannockburna, Cheviots and Zlbe
llnee, In grays; grays mixed and dot-
ted with frean, in bewitching pat
ternsindistinct stripes, neat," dressy
checks, rich dark browns, tans and
blues, In cadet and navy, These
suits are all splendidly tailored, 1
faultlessly made and ' elegantly-'
trimmed. In the lot of 60 suits are
a few at 122.60; most of them are
the t26 and $28.60 values, while1
quite a few are ISO and $SS suits.
We're going to give you choice oa
Friday only for, suit ......... 87
15c Work Das
kcts 5c 1
Thoroughfare Aisle Second Tloor.
Fancy Work Baskets, made from
woven flora husks, very neat and.
extremely useful. In square or
round shapes; regular, lio values,
Friday only, each ..............So
Xa the Aaaax Seoond Sftoor. ;
Ladles' Cambria Gowns, r.ecks round
Of square, handsomely ' trimmed
with beaming of drawn silk ribbon
and fine embroidery edging; regular
$1.60 values, on Friday only for 87.
Temporary Book Shop 8d Tloor. ;
50c Books 23c
Soma very Interesting books of ad
venture, splendid' stories and good,
healthy reading for the youth. In
attractive bindings of colored cloth,
good, bold print, 12 mo. else, writ
ten by such famous authors as Ca
rey, Hints, Old fellow, Carroll, Aim
well, Bwlng, Kingston, Taylor and
others. A few titles are "Jerry,"
"Jessie "For the Temple "Mark
Leaworth's Voyage on the Indian .
Ocean," "Simple Susan," and
Through the Looking Glass."
'''' '' '" '.,. '''J 1 ''''" ' ;;' ";'' "' V's1'"
35c Classics 15c
The cream of the world's best
' Classics, splendid literature,' In-.
dispensable for library or horn,
where book lovers dwell. De-'
Itghtful little volumes'.wrltlnfS by
Shakespeare, Irving, Browning,
Tennyson, Weyman, J. M. Barrle
and others. Publisher's price S6v
: our Friday price, vol... I0o
In compact form, containing defini
tion, pronunciation and correct
spelling of 36,000 words, revised
and abridged ..front the Original
Webster's Dictions ry of the En
glish' lsnguflge. Publisher's prloe
26c. Here Friday only per vol
ume ..... ...... t.
FUST FLOOR. SPECIALS FOR. 41st GRAND FRiDAY ECONOMY SALES
35c Wash Silks
24 c yd.
1 Jn .SUk Store-Asaex.
A grand array of splendid new
Spring Wash Silks, congregated.
on a big bargain table in the main
aisle of the Annex for Friday sell
ing 1,000 yards In the offering
of splendid new, colored, corded,
Wash Silks, all newest patterns
their first showings. In the
choosing are dainty light blues,
nlle greens, lavenders, pinks, yel
lows, turquoise, reds and Royals.
An extra good 88c quality for Fri
day only, the yara.-. ......... .S4o
Boys' $1 Blouses
or Waists 59c
VaderweM and Waist Goaaters
Boys' Flannel Waists, In blouse or
v "Mother. Frlend".styla and make.
Of all-wool-- flannel, plain or
twilled, blue or red. Best dollar
values Friday only, each....69o
Shoe Store Bear Aisle, First Floor.
Here's real bargain worth In good
shoes. No old trash from an un
known maker of unknown quail-;
- ties, but a selection from our new
spring shipments Just In from the
factory that makes the world, fa
mous "Princess" shoe for women.
8 of the newest styles and choice
of all the popular leathers, all
weights, f orv present or spring
- wear. Very smart, stylish lasts,
best makes, noted for wearing
quality. This celebrated $8.00 shoe,
for drees or street wear, on Fri
day only, at. for choice I2.S3
Boys' or Girls'
' Sho. Aisle .. First Floor. J
$1.T6 grades for. ...... ....... 81.18
$2.00 grade for.. .81.4S
, In box calf or vici kid leathers
with heavy solid all leather double
aoles for spring wear. Priced as
' above for Friday Only.
Ladies' $1 Silk '
Gloves 50 c pr.
Glove Counter First Floor.
Ladles' 27-lnch length Silk Gloves,
In dainty colors. Including pinks
- and blues, also blacks and whites,
the regular $1.00 grades, for Fri
day only, at one-half price, per
pair ,i .....BOo
Bags $1.25 Each
leather Oooda Counter 1st Floor.
Fine cloth, Boston Shopping Bags,
.leather trimmed, regular $2.29
values, Friday only, .choice
for . IMS
TsUlnf Counter First Floor.
Dainty chiffon Veiling In 60c, lOo and
T6o qualities or fancy mesh In same
grades, all placed in one lot and
marked to one price for Friday
only. Take your share of this
undervalue at, yard........87Ha
Men's $1 Spring
In the Kaa's Shop First . Floor.
Men's genuine derby-ribbed. Balbrig
gan Shirts or Drawers, very
elastic and form fitting the Stan
dard $1.00 grade as sold every
where tn all the men's shops; here
on Friday only a grand bargain
for our growing army of men pa
trons at, the garment. ....... OSo
75c Values 33c
Men's Shop First Floor. ,
To' close, suitable for present wear,
sises somewhat broken but a won
derful bargain If your site Is :
here. Fancy blue striped pattern
nicely fleeced ?6o value, Friday
only, garment,.., ...... ,,,..,83.
Misses' and ChQ
dren's 30c Hose
Hosiery Aisle First Floor.
Hosiery for misses' and children'
wear. Our line are so well known
; to hosiery buyers that we've but
to announce a bargain of this sort
to crowd the aisle, so early shop
ping is ajOyjsed. Thee, values are
from our own splendid regular1
stocks, not lot for a "Sale." but
grand everyday values at the reg
ular soe and tOo prices; In me
dium weight, fine ribbed Maco
- cotton, with finished foot, double
knees, heels and toes, very elastio
but firm, good wearing quality
for present and spring use, all
sises, I to Friday only, the
tions at Toilet
1st Floor, Center, Stb St. Aisle.
Pinaud's celebrated vegetal toilet
water In odors including rose.
. lavender, heliotrope. Jockey club
and violet; regular 860 bottles on
Friday for ...45.
"Magle" or Davidson's S-piece Nurs
ing Bottles, the usual 25c grade,
on Friday only at, each . ..... .80
Round Leatherette Pocket Mirrors,
regular price lOo each, choice on .
Friday for. ................. .So
Ladles' rubber sleeve protectors In
black; sold regularly at $6c; Fri
day only for, pair ........... .80.
Someetlo Aisle First Floor.
1,009 yards in the offering, a very
swell line of attractive patterns,
s new goods, In 82-inch width and.
fast colors. A food 16e quality is
this very exceptional timely bar
j gain. For Friday only you may
buy what you will at, the yard. 10.
in Jewelry Aisle
First Floor. '
Fine German Silver, nickel plated
. Reading Glasses, with fancy han
dles, 8-inch slie, 86e values, Fri
day only ... . , ... t ....BOo
Men's gold filled Watch Chains, in
attractive, late- designs, ' triple
. plated, will wear for years; values
to $1.60, on Friday only, choio.
for ......... ...... ......... .80.
Pocket Nail Flies, with sterling
I silver handles, In small sizes, us
' ual 16o grades on Friday only
Fancy Jeweled and novelty Hat
Pins in a splendid assortment
values up to 26c; Friday only,
choose at a nickel each... ....So
First Floor. "
Thread, or Work Boxes of fancy
woods; values to $5e; oa Friday
only, your cholc for, ech..,.U-
16o box of Correspondence Paper.
. - tints of blue or pink, contains ft
j sheets writing paper and same
' number envelopes, regular 16e
values for Friday -only, box, .7.
Double edge Kodak Albums tor
. preserving unmounted pictures;
else 8x10 inches, our regular c
values," on Friday only for
Tadarwear Seetios First Floor.
Women's spring weight r Merino
Vests, Pants and Tights, vest
have long sleeves nicely trimmed
In silk, pants and tight in ankl.
length. White or natural grey,
best $1.00 value Friday only,
. choice, per garment,... ....... 3o
. First Floor. ' '
. High grade Sewing Machine Oil. So
bottles on Friday only for . ...3o
Tourist's 16q folding Curling Irons
In medium else,. Friday for..,. 80
lEo Shell Hair ' Retainers, ' Friday
only, each ...... , . ........... to
Full curve Pompadour Comb, extra
heavy, In shell colors, . regular 26a
values, for Friday only, each.. 18o
That Should Cause You to Think
Column Thoughts of the KBW ?
and of SAVINGS.
First showing of Baby Go-Carts
Special clearance sale of Blanket
Fourth Floor. -
Special sales of Decorated Dinner
Sets and a Half -Price Sale of Glass-,
ware Third Floor. . .
For Spring of Gage Hats. 'Also
Smart New Tailored Hats. Milli
nery Salon Second Floor.
AU-WSXK SFSCIAi IF TXXT
XULST . v 1
''M'r ' ''v'V ' '
Art Pieces j 5c
Art Shop Saeond Floor Thorough-
rtfC":' f". AlsU.'lV;;7;
: Point Iice and Battenburg Pat--
terns In , Dollies, Centerpieces,
Scarfs. Tie Ends, Cushion Covers,
Handkerchiefs, Collars, : Boleros,.
' Dress and Hair Ornaments for all
, sorts Of Braids and Wheel Work,
regular vslues to 60c, choice.. 80
BTXU A FXW XiETT '
Anaex Second Floor.
Handsome Little Garments They
': hold the boards all day Of all
wanted materials and late styles,
but only in 9 and (-year sises,'
regular 13.60 values, for.... tU9
Of that exciting-, screaming Game,1
Tonic," or Fun Among Bulls snd
Bears of Wall Street. ,
Third Floor Specials for
41st Grand Friday
TWO &ABB SPECIALS!
25c Dox of Silver
Paste 13c ,
35c Hot Cake
' Merlden Silver Paste, manufactured
by 1847 Rogers Bros. Factory, for
cleaning silverware; will not
scratch or injure the most dell-
cate silverware 25o jar; jrriday
;-. only . ,..'.. , ...i , ;.,.. .13a
Sun Hot Cake Griddle, the ' latest
cake griddle for baking hot oakes,
S5o kind; Friday only I80
Fourth Floor Specials for
41st Grand Friday'
Take either .elevator to 4 th floor.
Vow la the time this your oppor
tunity to select a handsome In
dian Blanket at a rare bargain
price. A strikingly handsome line
of these Indispensable adjuncts to
the cosy corners, useful to throw
over couch or trunk, as rugs for
traveling and a hundred other
purposes your eastern friends
' would appreciate one as a remin
. der of good old Oregon a grand
collection in beautiful colorings
and $4.60 value here for Friday
only, at, each......... $3.15
Heavy tapestry Couch Covers,
fringed around. In rich, handsome
Oriental effects and colorings at
. a bargain price for Friday only
the $5 values go in the sale at
" a choice for '.....$3.46
Just opened of the popular Gam. of
Also just received by express, an
other big lot of the popular Game of
The "Closing Out
Sale" of Good
ing of Valentines
3c to $3.50
r k M