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THE OREOON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 8, 1804.
THE "DIFFERENT STORE" THE PIVOT AROUND WHICH PORTLAND'S GREATEST BUSINESS REVOLVES.
AN EVERYDAY "BEST" STORE, A RELIABLE STORE WITH DEPENDABLE MERCHANDISE, THE "OLD HOMESTEAD" SHOP, IS SURE TO BE THE CITY'S BEST CHRISTMAS SHOPPING MART.
A Million Dollar Stock at Mercy of Shopping Multitudes
THE Newest Christmas Novelties and Latest Winter Goods all included in the carnage !
The loss is awful! The slaughter complete! $500,000 of surplus merchandise, piled
high in the warehouses, moved to the store and placed under the guillotine! Heads may
fall, profits tumble and topple on every side, costs are ripped open, dismembered, severed limb
from, limb! THE GRANDEST MERCHANDISE EVENT EVER KNOWN TO ANY
WESTERN CITY! A PUBLIC BOON! THE PEOPLE'S SAVING CHANCE!
Such mercantile achievement has never happened before. The man who fills the breach when a crisis comes is the man of the hour. THE "STORE MAN
AGERS' SALE" steps quickly to the front on the call for volunteers to eject a half million dollars' worth of surplus stock from this store ere New Year's 'TIS
THE SALE OF THE HOUR. The store managers are makine their own prices the firm is backing 'em up. THE PUBLIC IS BUYING ITS CHRISTMAS
GOODS FOR LESS THAN MANUFACTURERS MADE THEM FOR. No wonder our enlarged stores are packed to the doors. FRIDAY'S SALE WILL
MARK A DISTINCT MERCANTILE TRIUMPH far away and ahead even of last Monday's the fame of which resounded over four states. NEW CHRISTMAS GOODS HERE TOMORROW AT LESS THAN WHOLE
SALE PRICES! The greatest merchandising event ever held in the West! And remember that distinction in style and splendid quality of material is not sacrificed.
" Economy Sale
F. M. HAMBURGER.
UNPRECEDENTED VALUES IN THE MIL
Second Floor New Annex.
Stylish $3 Hat Shapes
An aggregation of values that should crowd
the Millinery Store to Its utmost capacity
on Friday. Another move toward the
(olden prise of 650.00 Mr. Ham
burger Is positive of winning.
WE HAVE INAUGURATED FOR FRIDAY ECONOMY SALE
A GRAND CLEARANCE
of UNTRIMMED SHAPES
ONLT 25c FOR HATS WORTH
75c- TO 13.00.
In the lot are beautiful French
Felts. Scratch Felts. Fur Felts,
etc. Colors black, brown, blue,
gray, tan green and red. High
crown dress shapes, turbans and
sailors. Tour choice of nearly 50
styles, worth from 75c up to 66.00
for Economy Sale only Jtt,
10c FOR FEATHER TRIMMINGS WORTH TO 75e 50 dosen Pompons,
Wings, Breasts, Quills. Birds, etc.. In every color, values up to 75c; for
Economy Sale all go at the same price, each 254
Hello Central ! Give Me Exchange 1 2
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F. P. YOUNG.
We want to talk to Mr. Frank P.
Young, manager of the Ladles'
Furnishing Stores. All right. Is
this Mr. Young? Yes? Well,
this is a lot of PorUand women
who want to know what you've
got on special sale for Friday.
Yes we'll hold the line, all right
-go ahead. Everything adver
tised during the week except the
gloves; they're ail gone sold out.
And these are special for Friday
only. Write the list down and
use It tomorrow. The values are
HAT URATES 50c A fine new Una of elegant Chiffon Hat Drapes, In
black, white dots, and black and white, some plain hemstitched, worth
11.00; special, today only, each .564
LADIES' HANDKERCHIEFS 9c EACH A lot of Ladles' Fine HemsUched
and Embroidered Initial Handkerchiefs, "4 inch hem, worth 16c; spe
cial, each ' 94
Also another lot of AU-Llnon Plain Hemstitched, best Richardson make,
H and ',4 -Inch hem; special, today only, each . . ." 94
RIBBONS 10c YARD A lot of best quality All-Bilk, Silk and Gros-Oraln
Ribbons, all colors, black and white. 1 to t Inches wide, worth 14c,
lie, 2Io and 12c yard; special, yard 104
LADIES' FANCY BELTS 48c EACH An assortment of Ladles' Fancy Belts,
to be found at the Neckwear Counter, worth up to $2.00; special,
each .... TTTj 480
LADIES' OOLF GLOVES 60c PAIR A fine line of Golf Gloves, in
black and colors, worth 76c; special, today only, pair 564
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A Crowd-Bringer to the
Christmas Book Shops
MAIN FIRST FLOOR.
"BOOKLOVERS' LANE" runs from Flfth-St
Annex to the "Fair-Way" nearly front of the
mammoth new elevators.
Largest stock of new down-to-date books in
all the Northwest. The Holiday Book Shops
are the brightest and best by far in the city.
Visitors who shop 'round smong all the city
stores tell us so, and then we've found it out
and satisfied ourselves. For Friday the book
stores offer these special Inducements:
ONLY 14c FOR CHILDREN'S TOT BOOKS WORTH 16c.
These pretty books have board covers, with colored picture on front. Each
has four colored plates and numerous other illustrations. The list of titles
is as follows:
LITTLE BO-PEEP AND LITTLE BOY BLUE
THE OLD WOMAN THAT LIVED IN A SHOE
CINDERELLA. LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD. PUSS -IN- BOOTS.
OLD MOTHER HUBBARD. HEY DIDDLE-DI DDLE.
JACK AND THE BEANSTALK.
Our 26c value for. each 144
COMIC BOOKS FOR THE CHILDREN ONLT 41 CENTS.
THE KATZENJAMMER KIDS. ALPHONSE AND GASTON.
PORE LI'L' MOrtE LULU AND LEANDER HAPPY HOOLIGAN.
MR JACK. TIGERS.
For Economy Sale Price only at, each 4X4
STANDARD BOOKS OF POETS (0 CENTS FOR POEMS WORTH 11.60.
These poems are padded leather bound, red under gold edged pages, round
corners, title on cover in gold
nnTTRTSHIP OF MILES STANDISH ALICE AND PHOEBE CART
ROBERT BROWNINO WHITTIER
BRYANT MRS. BROWNINO
LOWELL KIPLING .
rnriAH ALLEN POB FAVORITE POEMS
and many others are Included In this list. The publlshsrs' price of these
poems is 11.50 each; for this ons day only we will sell them at. the vol. 994
MR. E. J. OLIVER, "BIG CHIEF" OF THE
Linen and Domestic Aisles
THROWS OUT MORE BALLAST FOR FRI
DAY, loosens up a notch or two on the brake
and turns on the bargain current full force.
All previously advertised specials of ths
week are In force here tomorrow (unless
closed out) and these added ones:
PRONOUNCED SAVINGS THE ORDER OF
THE DAY FOR THE EVER POPULAR
FOUR GOOD THINGS FROM THE LINEN
COUNTER FIRST FLOOR
SATIN DAMASK FOR 11.10 WORTH 52.60
Richardson's One satin Damask, double,
our 12.60 quality; for Economy Sale, at,
the yard 91.80
Full else Dinner Napkins to match, our 17.00
value, for, the dosen $4.95
II 45 FOR SATIN DAMASK WORTH 12.26.
Very fine satin Damask. I yards wide.
good line of patterns, our 12.26 quality.
for. the yard 5)1.45
Full else Dinner Napkins, same quality, our
$6.00 value, for. the dosen 5)4.2(1
For Additional Friday and Saturday Specials, See Page 9
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profits oora to m liid or "fast-
COSTS MOOTED AITS BEMOBALIIID!
TXI MOST SEWS ATXOBT AZi SUIT
Mm COKDTJOTXD BY A
MOT A I1II-F1I01 , MOT A Illl-OOIf IUI
Women's $22 to $28.50
Tailored Street Suits for
MISS L. BERNARD.
The Host Medically Ridiculous Slaughter of Values Brer Perpetrated la the
Annals of Western Merchandising!
Miss Bernard, the woman manager and buyer of the apparel stores, is going to
the extreme in her accorded privilege of price-making during this great sals.
She is laying her department open to the greatest bargain rush the store ever
knew and it has some phenomenal records to break in her remarkable, un
precedented offering for tomorrow and Saturday. The Suits composing this
splendid collect ion are from our own regular stock of elegantly tailored gar
ments, of superb workmanship and authoritative style. A generous choosing
of the season's best styles, embracing Blouse, Eton, Norfolk, Tourist and
Jacket Effects, the popular long-coated models. All popular materials Chevi
ots, Broadcloths, Venetians and Fancy Tweedlsh Mannish Tailor Suitings. In
every wanted color, embracing Black. Brown, Navy and Novelty Mixtures. Plain
tailored in the severely plain styles or prettily trimmed with fancy braids, but
tons, strappings and velvets. The best actual 522.00 to 626.60 values svsr of
fered at regular sale, for TWO DATS ONLT Friday and Saturday your choice
Extra salespeople and fitters have been engaged to serve the hosts that will
gather here. All possible will be done to aid the fitters, but we urge an early
call on Friday -from home folk, as Saturday will bring crowds from neighboring
cities and towns to this great sale 622.00 to 626.60 Suits, for two days, $9.98
M 1 ' . A ' 111
AT ONE -THIRD OFF
FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
GIRLS OF 6 TO 14 TEARS THIS INTERESTS YOU!
The coats are Just the newest, smartsst little models you evsr saw. All ths
season's latest Ideas embodied. "Peter Thompsons," Nor folks. Box Coats and
Sacque Styles, with capes. Materials are Cheviots, Coverts, Kerseys and Swell
Mannish Mixtures, so popular In tailored garments this season. A wlds color
range, also Black, Reds. Greens, Blues. Browns. Tans and Scotch and English
Fancy Mixtures. Some with velvet collars Fancy braids and button affects
mostly form ths trimmings. Prices range up from 65.60 (Friday and Saturday
only at 5)2.85) to 655.00 (.Friday and Saturday only at $23. 35 I ALL 1-5 OFF
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DOLLS FOR THE TOUNO FOLIC
CURTAINS AND BLANKETS TO
INTEREST THE ELDERS ALL
AT PRICES TO INTEREST ALL A. J. LI LB URN.
1,000 PAIRS LACE CURTAINS Renaissance effect. H yards long and 5
Inches wide, value 62.76: special, pair 5)1.68
75 PAIRS LACE CURTAINS Brussels effect, very dainty. SH yards long
and 62 Inches wide, value 55.76; special 6)2.45
6700 BLANKETS 54.76 Extra Large White Wool Blankets, pink and white
borders, valus 67.00; special 6)4.75
Bisque, movsbls heads, jointed bodies, dressed In chemise trimmed in lace.
length 24 Inches, valus 62.60; special $1.2(1
Same Dolls, with shoes and stockings, value 52.75; special . 1 . $1.65
DOLLS' WARDROBE AT HALF PRICE
A GRIST OF ROUSING SPECIALS FOR THE
From Second-Floor Annex Bhopa
Mr. Hansen offers an attractive list of very
special values, selected from the Chrlst
mss Art Shop, the "Beby-to-MIss"
Store end "Petticoat Lane" all
SPANISH AND MEXICAN DRAWN WORK AT HALF PRICE.
Spanish and Mexican Drawn Work. In alt slses of dollies, centerpieces, scarfs,
tray and tea cloths, hemstitched or with Taura wheel edging. They were
slightly soiled In using them for displays, but one washing will make
them white end fresh, prices from 254) to $15. OO
CHILDREN'S KNIT PETTICOAT, with or without waists or shoulder
straps. In plain pink, whits, blue or red, with fancy borders
Regular prices 40c 60c and 76c
Special prices 6o 34o end Owe
LADIES' FINE ALL-WOOL KNIT PETTICOATS, in plain black, white, sky.
pink, red, and navy, or same colors with fancy striped borders, regular
price 12 00. special f $1.1$
CHILDREN'S ALL-WOOL SWEATERS. In plain white, red or navy, or same
colors colored trimmings, for agee from 1 to 12 years
Prices 11.26 61 60 62.26 62.50
Special prices Sl.ls SLTS
CHIEDREN'S COATS, in fine wool materials, colors tan. green, blue, red
and brown, trimmed in fancy braids and brass buttons, all with large
rapes, ages 2 to 6 years, regular price 64.60; special $2.6$
THESE ARE MIGHTY
Bargain Days for
HOTEL AND BHxT j
MEN ARE ,
Ws srs In ths
midst of the busi
est sals this store
tvir held on Sr.l
floor In t h jml j fj
ECONOMY SALE PRICES ON
ODD PIECES OF HAVILAND
DECORATED CHINA THIRD
Havlland Decorated China Dinner
Plates, vslue 44.80: special.
Austrian Decorated China Breakfast
Plates, vslue 66.00; special.
Austrian Decorated China Breakfast
Plates, value 66-00; special.
Austrian Decorated China Breekfast
Plates, value 612.60: speclsl,
MANY BARGAINS IN CUPS AND
SAUCERS Choice Decors ted
China Cups snd Saucers st Half
Our 6126 vslue at, each 634
Our 6100 value at, esch ...... 504
Our 76o valus at. each . 3H
Our (vc value at, each 304
16c FOR DECORATED CHINA
SUGARS AND CREAM8 WORTH
26r FOR CHILD'S BREAD AND
MILK SETS WORTH 75c.
HAVILAND CHINA AT HALF
Sugars and Creams, value 61.40:
special at 70s)
Fruit Comforts, value 66c;
special at 43
Salad or Berry Bowls, vslue 61-00;
special at - 504
Old Blue Plates, vslue 11.10:
special, dosen 904
Old Blue Cups and Sauoerf, value
61.60; special, dosen $1.16
White Plates. t-ln.. value 61. .00:
special, desen 904
White Tea Cups and Saucers, with
handlss. vslue 61. 26; speclsl.
A RAPID-FIRE OATLINO - GUN
ADE OF SENSATIONAL
FROM THE HOLIDAY BAZAAR AISLES
ON FIRST FLOOR
Perfumes, Stationery, Leather Goods. Jew
elry, suitable for Xmas glfta, economically
W. I.. ALLEN. priced.
Fancy Imported Baskets, containing bottles of perfume, all odors
Our 20c valus. for, each., 124
Our 26c value, for, each .V 154
Our 50c value, for.each 294
TOILET SETS WORTH 62.46 FOR 1149 Fancy porcelain back, hand-painted
Toilet Seta, with brush, comb and hand mirror, our 62.46 value, for,
the set $1.4$
21c FOR .OPERA BAG GATE TOPS WORTH TO 75c Fancy gilt or oxide
Opera Bag Gate Tops, our 46c to 75c values, for, each ..'.., 294
16c FOR CHILDREN'S STATIONERY WORTH 26c Fancy boxes of chil
dren's Writing Paper, assorted, tints of papsr and envelopes, our 2 to
valus, for, the box -194
66c INSTEAD OF 76c FOR HANDSOME PATENT LEATHER MUSIC
6166 FOR KODAK ALBUMS WORTH 62.16 Kodak Albums, with extra,
heavy leather backs, for unmounted kodak pictures, else 7x10 Inches, our
62.19 vslue, for, each f , $1.39
ONLY 66c FOR SHAVING MIRRORS WORTH 61.46 Combination Shaving
Mirrors, round shapes, with plain mirror on one side and magnifying
glass on the other side, eaael back, our 61.46 value, for, each 954
16c FOR LADIES' CARD CA8E8, In black or brown leather, our 2Bo value,
for. each v 154
16c FOR FANCY PEACOCK EYE HAT PINS, extra long, our !te valus. for
39c FOR STERLING SIL.ER GARTER BUCKLES, our 69c value, for, the
ONLY 67.00 FOR UA DIES' WATCH WORTH 61166 Ladles' line enamel
back Watches, gold filled case, open face, small also. New England move
ment, our 611.66 value, for, each. 6)7. OO
PLAYING -A..)S Only 66c for "Pit" and "Flinch" Playing Cards, our
60c valus, for 394
66c FOR STATIONERY WORTH 60c Fine box Stationery in high-grade
quality. In red, green and brown tints, our 90c quality, for. ths box. .554
"GEE WHILLIKINS!" HOW THE CROWDS FLOCK TO THE
: NEW ANNEX FIRST FLOOR. '
Such a wonderful display of smart things
there for men to wear and such hosts of
bargains! Ths problem of "what to buy for FtftfwpMtfMHpg!1 j
ths man" is easily solved here. Walking by Mf Hpf"
njKir-hv Mtnte the writer au me m ,1 , v n, lai. SSB BXSXCiW
since, a lot of English Squares prominently
displayed in a lsrge show-window, marked.
"Special at 60c." The sams scarfs were on
sale here for S5c and It wasn't a block away,
either. You'll pay 5c to ride a few blocks on
ths trolley cars. You'll save 15c by walking
a block from Morrison street to this stors on
ths purchase of one of these ties. And dol
lars on othsr things that men wear. The
best Man s Shop" In town Is OLDS, WORT-
MAN & KING'S. SPECIAL FRIDAY: . JOHN V. COFFEY.
Manager Coffey offers to his patrons two fine specials at Economy Prices
26 CENTS FOR MEN'S UNDERWEAR WORTH 60 CENTS.
A line of Men's Ribbed Balbrlggan Shirts and Drawers, in flesh coior, French
neck end covered seams, the best garment it is possible to buy of any mer
chant for 50c; for Economy Bale only we sell them at, the garment. .294
ONLT It CENT8 FOR MEN'S HOSE WORTH 26 CENTS.
The neweet. best and swellest line Imaginable of Men's Fancy Fall Sox,
extra good valus at 35c; Economy Sals price, the pair 194
79 CENTS FOR MEN'S SHIRTS WORTH 61.25 AND 61.50.
Msn's. Fancy Shirts, soft bosom style, separate cuffs. In materials of Ox
fords and Madras, In very choice patterns; our best 61.25 and 61.50 values
for '. 794
MEN'S NIGHT SHIRTS WORTH 75 CENTS FOR 45 CENTS.
Men's Flannelette Night Shirts, soft, fleecy garments a guarantee of good,
refreshing sleep for these chilly nights: our standard 76c val. for, ea. 4$4
ONLY 65 CENTS FOR MEN'S WALKING GLOVES WORTH 61.60.
Men's Glace Kid Walking Glovss, full pique sswed. best and most desirable
street colors; our 61.60 vslue for, pair 984
92 CENTS FOR MEN'S UNDERWEAR WORTH 61.50.
Men's Fine Natural Wool Undershirts and Drawers, In silver-gray, winter
weight, very fine stock; our 51.50 value for, each 924
60 CENTS FOR MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS WORTH 61.00.
Men's Chrlstmss Handksrchlefs, with initials, put up ts dosen in box; our
61.00 vslue for, box 664
MEN'S NECKTIES WORTH 76 CENTS FOR 35 CENTS.
Men's Christmas Neckwear. English Squares and Four In Hands, the rich
est silks and newest patterns ever offered at the price; our 75c value
for, each J 354
15 CENTS IN8TEAD OF 25 CENTS FOR MEN'S HOSE
Men's Cashmere Hose. In natural silver-gray or solid black medium weight:
our best 25c value for, pair 154
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W. W. ZOLLBRS.
AN AGGRESSIVE ARRAY OP
WILL ATTRACT HUNDREDS OF PRUDENT
WOMEN TO THE STORE FRIDAY.
Cuts ars cut deeper and reduction reduced.
Mr. Zollsrs is bound to forgo ahead In
his race for leadership In the Man
agers' Bala Ths proofs ars
abundant. Read a few:
t4c for Women's White and Stiver-Gray Fine-Ribbed Cashmere Vests and
Pants; our 5150 value for, each , 944
13-66 for Women's White and Blue Full -Fashioned Union Suits of fine sort
wool; our 64.00 value for, suit $2.59
47c for Women's White Jersey-Ribbed Fleece-Lined Cotton Vesta and Pants;
our 76c value for. each 4T4
64c for Women's Cream-Tinted Cotton Union Suits, half open front; our
61.00 value for, suit 644
I4o for Women's Medium-Weight Cotton Long-Sleeve Vests; our toe vslus,
65c For Women's Fist-Woven Natural-Wool Vssts and Pants; our 61.00 vslue
for. each 584
74e for Women's Natural-Woo) Flat-Woven Vests and Pants: our 61 26
Only 52o for Women's White and Gray Jersey-Ribbed tTsjtta Suits; our its
valus for, suit $3$W
69c for Women s Natural-Wool Fine-Ribbed Vests and Pants, eat
7, and 6; our 61.60 value for, each
$3.16 for Women's Munslng Union Suits, natural
63.60 value for, the. suit
66o for Women's White snd Sllver-Orsy Cotton
our 76c value for. the suit
61.16 for Women's White Jersey-Ribbed
"Merode"; our 6 7 value for. each
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