The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, February 22, 1904, Page 7, Image 7

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THE OEEGOlSr DAILY, JOTTONATV POHTLA!ND, MONDAY EVENING, FEBItTJATtY 22. 1904.
TOWN TOPICS
Some dilatory friend came forward
with bonds last Saturday and Mrs.Mln
nln Winslow walked out qf the county
jail a free woman, at least temporarily.
- She was not in a very good humor on
"' taking Iter departure and remarked that
she hoped those responsible for the in-
dignities heaped on her would not $d to
heaven. Mrs." Wlnsldw's! husband se
; cured a divorce during the period of her
Incarceration.: Jw A. Stanley figures a
co-respondent' In s the criminal charge
filed against Mrs. Wlnslow. He was
also arrested but obtained ball the day
of his arrest.'
. ' The annual report of John H. Mayo,
assistant adjutant-general for the Ore
gon department of the O.-'A, shows
' that the number -of war veterans In the
order was Increased last year' ty r tv
members, the present membership 'being
' 1,968, Though death from ofd age tends
to thin the ranks of the soldiers, young
blood Is ndre than making up -the de
ficiency. More camp Area were held 4ast
vear than in any previous annual period.
It is announced that a large delegation
will bo present at the annual state en
campment at Hood, River, on June 15,
Irene Simond, a bright and pretty 7
"year-old girl, was rescued from a Fourth
street dive yesterday by Detective Haw
ley. The little girl was taken to the
1 dive by her mother and was accom
' panied by two aunts, alsters i of the
mother. The father of the little girl
'" lives near Oregon City. - Detective Hawi
toy stated this morning that an appli
cation would . be made to tha county
court to have the child turned over to
the Boys' and Girls' Aid society.
v George Washington would have been
a happier president If there had been
a steam-heated polisher' in his day. As
it was, he had to put up with the an-
tique fire-heated fellows, such as all
laundries in Portland, save the Union,
-- SeconJ-and Columbia.--employ. The
Union a polisher does not burn the
goods, hrr does It "yellow" (scorch)
them. This is one of the great laundries
of . the . world. It has no superior on
earth.
Because he had been refused a drink
by the barkeeper in Botefuhr's saloon.
corner of Third and Ash streets, C.
Conley threatened to wipe the place off
the man. Pulling out a large revolver,
Conley held the fort against all comers
until Officers Quinlan and Hillyer ar
rested htm. Tomorrow morning he will
be tried in the municipal court on three
charges being drunk, carrying con
cealed weapons and' threatening to kill.
The Taylor Street Methodist church
will soon be free from debt. Last even
ing at a special service a collection was
taken up and $211.60 of the needed $600
was raised. Addresses were made last
evenirtg by w, H. Beharrell, W. D.. Fen
ton, Samuel Commell, and Judge John
F. Capies. The, music was under the di
rection of Mrs. Ellen Kinsman Mann.
Several anthems were rendered by the
rholr and Mra. Margaret Graham 8mtth
and Mrs, Mann sang
The annual memorial services of the
' Ancient Order of United Workmen and
the Degree of Honor, were held at the
First Presbyterian church yesterday af
ternoon, wreaths were placed . in S
vacant chairs, which represented those
, that., have died ln-the post year. The
eulogy was delivered "by D, Soils Cohen,
jf end. was very , impressive. Some select
and appropriate vocal muslq.was ren-
.' The, first meeting of the Men's Jeague
' will be held this evening In the lecture
room of the Sunnyalde Congregational
church. The society was organised last
' Wednesday evening at the home of Rev.
; J. J. Staub. 'A constitution was adopted
and. L. F. Fies was elected president.
Its object is to promote the Interests of
the church at large. Membership Is
open to church members and others.
Many a shaving man would prefer to
have his own rasor and shave himself
if he was only certain he would get a
satisfactory blade. Those very condi
tions are fulfilled every day by Albert
' Beml. the druggist. Second and Wash'
. Ingtotv who makes men happy by giv
ing them satisfaction.' Money back If
he misses It.
A dramatic and musical entertainment
will be given at Arion hall on the even
ing of February 26. by the Ladles of the
..Maccabees, hive 24. for the benefit of
a needy family. Everests's orchestra.
will furnish the music and C, Burroughs,
Wesley Spang and the Misses T. Kern
and M. Kelley will assist. After the
program there will be dancing.
r ;
The body of Andrew Johnson,'1 the
negro who last Tuesday shot Patrolman
J. A. dolts and. then commuted suicide,
was burled yesterday at the county poor
farm. Deputy Coroner Flniey .tele
grcphed Atlanta friends regarding Joha
iinn's death, but the Georgia people
wired back that Johnson left neither
money nor chattels there,
The chamber of commerce has been
axked by the New York board of trade
to favor the resolutions adopted by the
New York body urging congress to paas
the Gardner bill, which provldea for the
oreotlon of a. "commission to'tecomv
mend legislation for the development
of the American merchant marine.""
Mabel Stevens filed suit for divorce
from Earl Stevens In the atate circuit
court Saturday, The ground alleged hi
desertion, . ;.. , . "
, The first anniversary of the Teachers'
Progressive club, will he held in about
Drs. Adix C& Northrup
OSTEOPATHIC -V
PHYSICIANS
Nervous and Chronic Diseases
EXAMINATION FREE
Suite 416, Dekum Building
SPECIAL PRICES
J THIS WEEK ON
COTTON
TO CLOSE OUT this line we will sell at
prices that are BELOW COST, See our
window for prices. 1 , ,
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BoericKe (Q, Runyon
303 Washington St, bet 5th and 6th.-.
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three weeks, in conjunction with a meet
ing of the Principals' club. The com
mittee of teachers , held a meeting . on
Saturday night to outline plans for the
work and the topics, that will come tip
for discussion. r
First Baptist church, - Tuesday, - Feb
ruary 23 7:45 p. m., a Colonial social
will be given by the Ladles' Aid so
ciety. In the Sunday school hall. Unique
program.' Te olden time costumes will
be worn. Admission,' 10- cents, includ
ing .refreshments.
Republicans of Mount Tabor are ac
tive. Tomorrow night they will hold a
meeting at their hall on the base line
road and West avenue. A number of
speakers from Portland will be present
and help In the organization. 1
The Burr Mcintosh Monthly for Feb
ruary contains 40 beautiful works of art
both figures and landscapes; price, 26
cents per copy. On sale at Jones', Book
Store, 281 Alder ; street. T,
' The mettngs held during the past two
weeks, in the hair of the Volunteers of
America, "by Evangelists Robinson and
Ruth, have closed. A number of conver
sions were .made. " ' .
How about: that anniversary you ex
pect, to have? If you want your Invi
tations beautifully printed give ws the
order. ' Peaalee Bros. , Co., Sherlock
The Third Infantry baid will, give a
dance at. the Armory, Tenth and Couch,
tomorrow ' night, ; February x 33. Geni:e
men, 60c;. ladles, Hc; y ..
Fine dayl .Buy Meredith's umbrellas.
Repairing and recovering. ;. Two stores
Washington andi 6th, Morrison and 5th.
Steamers for ThSsJbailes will leave
Alder-street wharf 7 a. m. dally (except
Sunday). Phone Main 114.,-
L. Shumaker, ' furrier, 0( Burnsida
Street ' .
Druggists sell and recommend Wahoo,
S. H. Gruber, lawyer, (17 Cont'd Bile
EL N. Blythe of Hood River, formerly
engaged In the newspaper, business in
Portland, Is In the city today.
T. H. Curtis, vice-president, and
James .McOulre, superintendent, of the
Astoria & Columbia River railroad, are
In Portland today from Astoria.
. Harry E. Bowers, formerly agent for
the O. R. & N. Co. at Baker City, was
in the city Saturday en route home from
a visit to southern Oregon. He is now
bookkeeper for the Bonanza Consoli
dated Gold Mining company of Gelser,
Or. He said this mine was never In
better condition.
Major Langfitt will entertain a party
of friends on the Chinook tomorrow af
ternoon. The Chinook lies near Astoria
in the Columbia.
Former Sheriff A. T. Van De Vantcr of
King county, Is in the city from Seattle.
Judge W. L. Bradshaw of The Dalles
is visiting in Portland.
Judge Thomas B. MacMahon of Se
attle is registered at the Portland.
F U Winton of Astoria Is In the city
today.
MAIL DELIVERIES
TO BE RESTRICTED
Iall carriers are not allowed to' go
above the second floor of buildings not
having elevators, nor are they allowed
to make delivery from door to door In
apartment or lodging houses. Boxes for
the receipt of mail for patrons of these
places are- required to be placed near the
entrance in which their mall can be left
or else aome one shall be designated in
whose care the mall shall be left. Other
wise deliveries by carrier cannot be
made. This Is the substance of a rul
ing by the acting fourth assistant postmaster-general,
which haa Just been re
ceived by the Portland postoffice.
Not In Their Employ.
. In The Journal . a few days ago It
was stated that C. Guy Wakefield had
returned to work for the Ellera Piano
house. Mr. Eiler desires It understood
that Mr. Wakefield la not employed with
their comp'any.
Diphtheria relieved In twenty minutes.
Almost miraculous. Dr. Thomas' Ec
lectrio Oil. At any drug store.
X0 TOW TAM JOB
so you xrsa coal
If so, remember the Crystal lee
as Storage Co. Phons, rest 944.
Marquam Grand Theatre "
Kale of seats opened this atornlag it 10 o'clock
for tb
V BOSTONIANS
Repertoire: Tiies. nlgbt. Fehi 33. "Rnhln
HK;, Wed. night, Ffb. 24. "The Herenid;"
Thur. nlfht, Teh. lift. "The Oneen of Laughter."
Special mat. Wed.. "Robin Hood." Prlcei: Eeii
tns. lower Boor, except last rows, S; laat 8
rova-, l,60; balcony. Ut 3 row. l.60; al 8
ro,w, laat rotra, T5; sallery, T6e, Oe:
boxes and kMiicea, 81150. Mat.: Lower floor.
tj, lljvbaicoiiy. 1. 7. 60c; gallery, d8c,
26c. BeSta are now aylllng.
CORDRAY'S THEATRE M.
COnDRAT BU8SKLU Manager.. '
Portlaml a popular family theatre. Erenlng
prices, 16e. 25c. S5c. 41 and aOe. Matlmta
prices, adults 28c: children, 10c. .Telephone,
Main 9f TONIGHT.
Kaalljr the Best In Town This Week,
. - UK. PHIL HUNT
Ptftenta Laar geaaon's Big Hueeea. tba Ro
mantic Comedr-Urama.
Down by the Sea"
Interpreted by a lendld Company, Including
, MISS FAMME CCKtlH.
THE BAKER THEATRE "".V1"
Oeorg U Baker, Sola Leaaea and Manager.
Tonight. All Week, Matinee fUtnrda?,
THB BAKER THEATRE COMPANY IN
"The Case or Rebellious Susarv"
A bright, elerer eoniedjf in three acts by
, HSN'RI AHTHt'R JONES.
Kett Week "THI TWO OKPHAVt."
ARCADE TUfATRE
SEVENTH AND WASHINGTON.
REflNCD VAUDCyiLLC
te 4:80. 7:80 to 10:80.
SUNDAY CONTINUOI?8 FHOM S TO 10:80.
FOB LADIES. GKN'f LKMKN AND CHILDREN.
ADMISSION TEN CENTS TO ANY SEAT.
FRITZ THEATRE
840-84 BTOXgrDZ.
FRED FRITK, Prop. W. H. BROWN, Mgr.
THE HOME OP
VAUDEVILLE
1 Two shows dally at 8 and g p. m.
CONVERT HALL
if": y v- - BLAS1ER BROS: .
'. C0XCBRT BVErV, NICHX.
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STORE'
SZ Ratiffaaiie BARGAINS FOR ALL DAY SELLING TUESDAY,
VaVJ VOipiliai Oaie Oargalllb 2d Day of the Week of Stupendoos Bargain Events. :
' : The "Golonial'' Flyer onTime
A.BKZTES THIS MOKITTKa AT 8 O'OXOOX, TKEIOHTED TO THE BUX.ST-
nro poiht with ziroxMOu az.xteb ro wnrs bistsUbtttxoh
AKOWO THE PATXOHS OT TEE "DIPTESEWT TOBE." Thousands of in
comparabla bargains that maka Imjlng a duty jrou owa to yonrsolToa. While
slsspr oompatltlon ara dosing; and Inviting psopla to bay what tho? don't want,
ths Olds, -Wortman fe Xing XaUabla Btora boldly and aggrsssiToly launch a
wondos sal of springtlnto aluss that opansd today tha natal day of tho graat
American whom ws all delight to honor npon memory's tablots aa tho "Tathar
of Our Country" and first la tho una of Presidents.
IHETKfiCK
TUESDAY'S
"Colonial Sale"
SPECIALS
(On First Floor)
Every Advertised Bargain in This An
nouncement Is for All-Day gelling 1 In
the Laos Store. .
40o LACES 10c
Valenclnns Lace Insertions, so much
In demand for trimmings In tho mak
ing up of the Spring Gowns and Under
wear. An aggregation of worthy values
In beautiful, wanted laces, including,
qualities ranging In regular prices from
I6e to 40c the dozen yards; on Tuesday
only at. the dozen yards , ....10o
'7BS LACES AT 19o YAM).
Fine, handsome Valenciennes Laces,
in broken-lots from last week's selling,
in widths varying from one 'to nlno
Inches, splendidly adapted for Under
wear, Kimono and Dress Trimmings,
the usual values ranging up from 25c to
76e the yard; Tuesday only. yard...l9o
WOUErf 94.00 DKESS SHOES Sa.68.
Orand choosing In this remarkable
offer. All new Spring Styles. 10 of the
newest, most fashionable numbers in
the Spring Shoe Stocks. All the 'wanted
leathers, including Patent Kid, Patent
Colt and Vlcl Kid, welt or turned soles.
You may choose, from 20 styles of the
latest lasts in the Handsome Dress
Shoes, all S3.60 and $4.00 values; on
Tues'day only at. the pair. .. .. . . .99.68
LAD XXI' 60e HOSXEXY 8Sc.
Ladies' Imported black lace lisle Hose.ln
handsome, new and attractive styles,
all latest spring designs; all have hlgh
spllced. heels and double soles;, our best
and leading 60s grade; on Tuesday only
at, the pair 35o
LADIES' 600 TESTS 38o.
Right in need time tho "Colonial Sale"
offers this exceptional opportunity to
aelect Underwear for the season now at
hand. White, sa'lss ripped Vests with
high necks and long sleeves, handsomely
trimmed with silk; the best Boc value
in the city; tomorrow, Tuesday, only,
at, each , 3So
MEW'S ISO LISTEBT OOLLAXS So.
Tuesday we will sell tn the Men's
Haberdashery Shop a line of regular ISo
.grade or t for 25c linen Collars, in
cluding all ths newest, latest shapes,
in standing and turn-over; also," the i,
popular douBle band and wing collars
so much worn at present In Ave grades
of 4-ply linen. A .splendid, well-known
Troy, N. Y make of Collars.
79o SXSAXS 49o PAXX.
H Inch Nickel Plated Shears of finest
quality steel, our best 75o value, Tues
day only at, the pair... 49o
woMxri 99 sxoppura bags, 49c.
Tuesday we shall sell Silk Opera .Bags
and Shopping Bags, with fancy tops, a
choice of all colors and values, up to
$2.00 each at an absolute choice for.49o
' 80 CUBES JET PZXS 4o.
Large size cubes of jet hesd pins, as
sorted sizes In each cube, 'the regular
8c' values, special for Tuesday only at
each . . u 4o
19 HO OUTIHO PLAXXEL 7c TAXD.
Domestic Aisle. -
6.000 yards in this splendid bargain
offering of the ' newest. Spring Outing
Flannels. .Patterns Include all the most
attractive colorings in dainty stripes,
cheeks and neat plaids. Extra good val
ues at the everyday prices placed upon
them, viz.! 10 and 12', 4 cents a yard.
jOn Tuesday only we include them all at
'one price, yard 70
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OLDS, WQRTMAN mG
Wonderful Linen Bargains !
Matchless Values in
Towels and Crashes
900 TOWELS 194 0.
100 dozen fancy hemstitched Damask
Towels, choice of white or colored bord
ers, size 18x31' inches. Our regular 20c
values. Tuesday only, each., 12'io
LZXEX CXASX TOWELZXO So YD.
1,500 yards of all Linen Crash iTowel
ing. 18 inches wide, while the quantity
lams, on Tuesday only at the yard. . . .80
Coma early - for your share of this
greatly under-priced value.
-PricV Sale of White Goods
A Clean-up of
Mill-Ends
All of our mill ends and remnants of
White Goods. Wash Goods. Flannels and
Outings will be placed on one big bar
gain table in our spacious Domestic Aisle
and offered to the buying throngs on
Tuesday only at exactly V Price
In the Dress Goods Annex
91.50 TWZXX TOILS XTAXtXXES 91.19
A marvelous value, right In the nick
o' time for 'making up the new spring
suits. You make a Mgr saving in buy
ing this ultra fashionable fabrio here
on Tuesday. 48-lncH all-wool Twine
Voile Etamlnes, new spring 1904 ar
rivalsa favorite of fashionable .women
for this season's wear. It has splendid
weight and exceptional wearing quali
ties. The offer embraces all the staple,
wanted colorings including tans, browns,
greens and navys. Our regular splendid
$1.50 value for tomorrow, Tuesday,
only we'll keep the shears busy cut
ting It off for fortunate buyers at. the
yard 91.19
TUESDAY'S
"Colonial Sale?
SPECIALS
(On Second Floor in Annex)
CXXLSXEX'B 60c APXOXS 94o.
Children's new muffet Aprons, with
long sleeves, In "Mother Hubbard"
style of pretty blue and white and tur
key red and white- checked gingham
material, a fine quality, in agea 2 to. 8
years. A regular 60c standard value
on Tuesday only choice for, each. . .34o
WEBSTEX'S LAXOE 90th CEXTVXY
. SICTXOXAXZES.
93 .SO VALUES POX 91.05.
Thirty-four Webster's 20th Century
Dictionaries of the English language
for the home, school, office or workshop,
comprising the pronunciation and defi
nition Of every practical word new and
old In the language, also a brief his
tory of the language, foreign words and
phrases, abbreviations. Christian names
of men and women, rules of punctuation, .
business letter writing forms, weights
and measures, rules of order, postal
rates and regulations of patent and copy
right laws, etc. And a Gazetteer of the
world, based upon the latest census re
ports. Fully Illustrated and 1902 dt
tton." Publisher's price $3.50 Sale
Price ... .91.08
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A week of Stu
pendous Bargains.
Six Days Filled
with Tremendous
Buying Oppor
tunities. Sale of Women's Gowns .
Por Three Bays Only Monday, Tuee
day aad Wednesday -10 Hours Eaeb
Say A Grand 30-Xvonv Special for tha
Oelebratloa Sals Annex, Second Ploor.
9L7S XIOXT OOWXS POX 91-19.
Of extra fine muslin. V-shaped necks,
handsomely trimmed with inch em
broidery Insertion between 4 clusters
, of 7 tucks In ach yoke. Embroidery
edging at neck and sleeves. For 'three
first days of the Gigantic Sale the
$1.75 values go out to you at.
each .......91.19
8PLEXDXS 91-50 COPYBJQHT BOOKS,
490.
(Second Ploor Slaughter Sale of Oood
Books.)
These are aome of the most popular
writings upon which the copyright has
expired, but Include many of the, most-called-for,
wanted books for booklov
ers. Among the titles are: "Banker of
Bankersvllle," "Caleb Wright," "Dra
cula." "The Damnation of Theron
Ware." "For Love of Country." "Forty
Modern Fables," by George Ade, "For
Freedom of the Sea," "The Good Red
Earth." 'The Gadfly." "The Heart of
Toll." "Kidnaped Millionaires." "A Lady
of Quality," "The Lion's Brood." "Geoff
rey Strong." "With Edged Tools," "Mrs.
Tree." "When the Land Was Young."
and hundreds of other popular novels by
the ( world's leading writers. Tuesday,
all day, th'ese regular $1.60 books will
be sold for. . . .430,
3So CLASSICS 13a,
(Second Ploor Slaughter Sale of Bocks)
. Cream of the world's literature. Beau
tiful little volumes handsomely bound in
white and gold, sn ornament to any li
brary or parlor table Companions in
the "Den." Favorites of every book
worm or lover of good, healthy, enter
taining and instructive writing, regular
85c volumes all day Tuesday only.lSo
939.50 XAIV-OX-BXXXX COATS POX
WOKBX AT 919.65.
Za the Big Cloak Store.
New all-wool Cravenettee, hew colors,
new styles the sort of coats that will
be seen everywhere on May days or
grey days. The Cravenettes are very
light and fine, and have grown to look
remarkable like the pretty Englieh
cloths. Colors are In popular greys,
dark and Oxfords snd novelty mixed
goods, also blacks and greens, with the
little rolling capes over the shoulders,
and a belt that . holds In the loose
backs. Other have deep military capes
and fitted harks, and still more that fit
snugly with shoulder capes, slashed up
back and Blschoff sleeves. Tuesday only.
Values up to $38.00. for choice. .. .919.88
TUESDAY'S
"Colonial Sale"
SPECIALS
(Third Floor)
15e SPOOK SETS POX Se.
t Handsome shell patterns In ' nicely
plated tea spoons. Plating over steel,
strong and durable. Set of ( spoons,
regularly sold and a grand value at 15c.
Tuesday only, set ...... J. .......... .9
To PAXXXO X3TXPX"9c.''K
King Paring Knife, a knife that fits
the hand, the best ever sold for paring
purposes, fruit or vegetables; 7o knives
on Tuesday only, for, each........ ..So
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FIFTH AND WASH
INGTON STS.
Vot content with the
triumphs of tho past few
weeks, we're bound to
finish tha month in "Gar
rison" style with a bar
bain sale unsurpassed la
alue-glTing la the an-
nals of weatera merobaa-
dlslng. "Eooaomissd ele
ganoe" expresses
his matchless (Tilt
la a nutshell. Our buyers now la
Mow York City haTe eorpressed to us
somo of the brightest bargains that
ever illumined a commercial arena,
Unapproachable la price, yet the ral
nes wa spread so lavishly Invade tho
domain of finest, aew aad Ugh class
Springtime merchandise. Eoonomical
minds with no matter what else
purses will avail themselves of this
exceptional chance If reason holds Its
sway. More than aver does this great
sale assert the progresslveness and
thoroughly uncommon merchandising;
: ' methods, tho f orehandedness and mer
cantile mastery of this leader of
stores. This sale emphasises the most
romaatlo period la American history
and serves to present strongly tho
renaissance of colonial fashions that
open with tho Spring. Tho store Is
gaily dressed la patriotic colors and
American flags sight alone worth
coming miles to sea.
Clearance Sales
Resumed
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT!
During the progress of tho GIGANTIC
COLONIAL SALE this week nearly
every article on the third floor will be
radically reduced. No matter whet
other stores may quote, come here and
we'll better the value offered elsewhere.
With few" exceptions everything in these
departments will be reduced. An un
paralleled opportunity for Hotel and
Restaurant men and Home-buyers.
Kitchen and Dining Room Furnlahlnga
at SLAUGHTER PRICES. . ' .
Incomparable Values at tha Colonial
. . Sale of
Kitchen Furnishings
Third Floor The Important event of
the year for wide-awake and prudent
housekeepers.
No. 7 Nickel Teakettles 39o
Repair Knobs for tin and granite cov-
. ers, each lo
(-quart Dairy Pans o
8-inch Pie Tins 9o
1H -quart Coffee Pots .............10c
Heavy Egg Whlpa 9e
Dover Egg Beaters 60
10 -quart Galvanized Water palls..,. 17o
Wire Soap Holders , 3o
Wood Salt Boxes , ..17c
IT DIAL COLO VIAL WXEX SALE OP
Cooking Ranges
Third Ploor.
The $32.00 "Special." 4-hole Steel Range,
special this week' at ...93435.
The $36.00 "Special." 4-hole Steel Range,
special this week s ......... .937.40
The $38.00 "Special." (-hole Bteel Range,
this week for .931.79
The $48.00 "Quick Meal." 4-hole (extra
heavy) Steel Range, special this
week for ....936.00
The $48.00 "Quick Meal." (-hole (extra
heavy) 8teel Range, special for this
week 940.00
Every Range positively guaranteed
by this RELIABLE house for 20 years.
TUESDAY'S
"Colonial Sale"
SPECIALS
(Fourth Floor)
95.00 BLAXXSTS 93.95. '
100 pair of fine all wool Blankets in
natural grey color and full size. Tha
best $5.00 blanket we ever knew to be
offered in Portland. Tuesday only, at,
for ehoice .93.65
Sale of White Enameled and
Brass Trimmed Beds
Every day thia week a new aggrega
tion of special value BARGAINS will
spring up Phoenix-like -from - tha
flames of the sale, of the day before.
Every IsMue of the tocat papers will
teem with fresh talea of new- bargains
at this store, some for the day, some
for an hour, some for the week. This Is
for the week. . Room must be had for
a carload en ronte, so help yourself
until Saturday night, as printed below:
$ S.OO Beds, this wee ..........9 4.00
$ (.00 Beds, this week ..........9 4.78
$12.00 Beds, this week ......... .910.00
$18.00 Beds, this week ........ ..813.00
$18.00 Beds,. this week .914.80
$12.00 Beds, this week 918 00
$15.00 Beds, "this week ......... $3300
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