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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. SUNDAY MQRNINO, OCTOBER 14. 1908.
COMPLETE ARE THE STOCKS IN OUR NEW STORE
Larger and better than ever are the lines which now comprise the immense displays on the many floors of our new store fathered from the world's leading manufacturers representing the very latest and best ideas
of the foremost designers and skilled workmen. All grades all woods all finishes an endless variety of designs in the many pieces for the parlor, the library, the living room, the dining room, the bedroom, the hall
and the den, reproductions of the famous period and other designs Louis XV, Louis VI, Empire, Sheraton, Hepplewhite and the popular "arts and crafts." Such is the character of this handsome display that
makes selection most easy and satisfactory. For many months we have been active in selecting and bringing together this great stock, and our facilities for displaying same are unequaled in this country. We invite
your inspection of this most complete and handsome stock.
IN THE CARPET DEPARTMENT
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Every weave and quality is represented irt our immense gathering of
Carpets and Rugs, including the most select patterns of the fall season
of this year. The many qualities of Wiltons, Axminsters, Velvets,
Body Brussels, Tapestry Brussels and Ingrains these in the most re
liable weaves and colorings. Our display of Rugs in all sizes embraces
a beautiful assortment of pleasing patterns and color combinations. Es
pecially do we call attention to the popular Hodge's Carpets and Rugs
the original Fiber Carpets. In both the inlaid and printed Linoleums
our new stock includes the very best designs in all grades, and we men
tion particularly the tile, parquetry woods, carpet and granite mottled
effects. Our prices on all floor coverings will bear comparison, and our
large and perfectly lighted and well arranged carpet department alone
is worthy of a visit to our new store.
SALE OF 27x34 in. VELVET RUGS
TOMORROW IN THE CARPET DEPT.
For the first sale in our carpet department we have selected the
above size velvet rugs these in several Oriental patterns and colorings.
The regular selling value of these are $2.25 each. Commencing tomor
row morning we will place them on sale at the special price of 81.25
Our FALL IMPORTATION
NOW BEING EXHIBITED ON THE
To those who appreciate the lasting qualities, the
exclusive beauty and weave and the richness of coloring
of these rugs, should avail themselves of at least seeing
this new consignment, which consists of fine old antique
pieces in carpet sizes, hall and stair runners and small
antique Ivans and Kirmans.
In the carpet sixes we show a beautiful variety of
Meshed Muskkabad Kirminsriali
Scrapki Tabirez Sbiraz
Ispaban Faraghan Algban
The hall runners and stair strips range in length
from IB feet to 30 feet. Antique Persian Rugs in all
sizes, consisting of ANATOLIAN, IRANS, MOUS
MOUL, SHIRAZ, SERABEND. Silk Persians in the
smaller sizes. We extend a cordial invitation to all to
call and inspect this collection.
SALJ CRANITE, IRONWARE
CROCKERY DEPT. BASEMENT
The above two utensils represent the offerings from
our large and well-stocked crockery and hardware de
partment, commencing tomorrow.
50c DISHPANS, SALE PRICE 25 EACH
30c SAUCEPANS, SALE PRICE 15 EACH
DRAPERY DECORATIVE Pept'
Radiant with the splendor of the very latest and best creations in
door, window and wall hangings; gathered from the art centers of the
world our new department being splendidly lighted and arranged for
the display of same, and we invite the inspection of those who are in
terested in interior decoration.
WALL PAPERS AND WALL TAPESTRIES Exclusive ef
fectsartistic and novel foreign productions suitable for sleeping room,
hall, library, living room, parlor and drawing rooms. Imported leathers
and Japanese hammered metal effects for wainscoting in hall and din
ing room upper third coverings.
WALL TINTS AND FRESCOES of every description, executed
by artists who are capable of executing the most exacting demands.
LACE CURTAINS in every style and color a variety of new pat
ternsan .immense stock to select from.
McDOUGALL KITCHEN CABINETS
We are now showing the many different styles of these most pop
ular kitchen pieces. It would be difficult to mention the numerous ad
vantages of this modern piece of kitchen furniture, but where one of
these cabinets is in use the labor connected with the kitchen is actually
reduced one half. The woman who appreciates "home system" will rec
ognize the merits of the McDougalL
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BUYS LARGE TRACT III
fMra. Augusta Dolph Invests
Profitably in Property in
Mot s few Portlands have found
It In Investment In Port Townsend
tjr. Am on them la Mrs.
Dolph. who purchased a large
In the Bracken addition and who
thoroughly satisfied with conditions
the north. In a latter from Port
y here la composed of fine
This la true not only of those
lire here all the time bet of these
Tea, writes, July it. 10I: "I have
ttW la mr family Ballard's Snow
Liniment and Ho re hound Hyrup, and
HtM proved certainly satisfactory
fK Bphnent la the beat we have ever
Weed for headache and pains. The
syrup has been our do. -..r for
KTWtataara.'' Sold by Wood
who hold government positions and are
located at the forts. 4
"Two railroads have recently secured
franchises to enter the city. The sur
veys have proven that Port Townaend
la no further away than Seattle, the
mileage being the same; as Port Town
send is 40 miles nearer the sea, it
would be the natural seaport for Port
land. Her harbor ia famous for Its an
chorage, and la large enough to hold
the navies of the world. I find that
Port Townaend is also on the Willam
ette meridian on a line due north of
"The Sisters of St. Joseph have a
large and complete hospital which com-
lendidpoiu 'he same view of the Olympics.
AnjKaacades, Mount Baker and the twin
nsimer-iaoema, as aoea ine sani
tarium. "The town can justly boast of Its
custom-house and poetofflce. Its Ma
rine hospital Is the headquarters for the
worm raciitc. it in protested by a
triangle of fortifications, situated on
the two sides of the straits (named
Flagler. Casey and Word en, with head
quarter at Wordenr; the largest and
best In the United States.
"The water, noted for its purity, la
brought by the gravity system from the
peak of the snow-clad Olympics, and
la sufficient to supply any large city.
Though numbering lean than 7,00
Inhabitants, it la an up-to-date, hust
ling little city, having a Woman'a Civic
01 ud or ever zoo members who have
been instrumental In securing Hastings
sea ta beautifying- the city., sjio
carrying on all Improvements In Ghetse-
moka park, which makea.lt a charming
summer resort. Another feature Is ths
Commercial club, whoss members work
aa ons to further Its Interest and wel
CLARENCE C. EATON TO
LECTURE AT HEILIG
The semi-annual complimentary lee
tuns on "Christian Science." to be given
under the auspices of the two denomi
national churchea of thia city next
Thursday evening by- Clarence C. Eaton,
C. S. B., member of the board of lec
tureship of the First Church of Christ,
Scientist, of Boston, win be another op
portunity for those interested tea gain
authentic Information upon thla sub
ject. The lecture will be given by the Hel
llg theatre. Reserved seats may be ob
tained without charge at the box office
next Wednesday. These reservations,
however, must be claimed before 7:46
on ths evening of the lecture, aa all
aeeta.wlll be made public after that
time, and the doors of the theatre will
be closed at I o'clock, when the lecture
Professor Eaton Danoing School
Class for ladles and gents Monday
and Thursday evening at Arion hall.
Fhoua Salt IHfc
EATS ENOUGH TO
FEED TEN MEN
Wong Sue, Chinee Leper, 'Has
Excellent Appetite, Says Poor
Ham, fish, pork and beef, and annle
and cherry pie. all at once In quantity
to rooo m normal men was the order
because your hair keeps falling
out, breaks off, feels harsh, turns
gray, makes you LOOK OLD 7
given yesterday for' his midday meal bv
Wong Sue, the Chinese leper, at the
Superintendent D. D. Jackson aaya
he doesn't believe It can be possible
that Wong Sue has any friends whom
be Is reeding at the expense of ths
county, but neither can he understand
how one man can oonaume aa muoh
food aa la carried dally to tba China
man. The order given yesterday Is but
a fair sample of the amount of food
Wong Sue demands every day, says
For the past six weeks the leper haa
seen apparently contented In his iso
lated cottage at the poor farm, but has
recently become dissatisfied. He telle
the inmate who carries food to him
that he wants to talk to his countrymen
dnd Is planning to come to the city to
pay tnem a visit.
ROBERT E. SPEER WILL
SPEAK AT WHITE TEMPLE
Large numbers of men will be drawn
to hear Robert B. Spear this afternoon
on '"The Value of a Clean Record."
This meeting Is for men only and on
account of the smallness of ths T. M.
C. A auditorium, will be held In the
Whits Temple, Twelfth snd Tsylor
streets, at o'clock Mr. Sneer Is one
of the strongest speakers who has svsr
visited Portlands He la a graduate of
Princeton university, where be was aa
athlete and, bono, bum. Fur many years
LILY DENTAL CO.
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he has been s recognised lssdsr in the
young people's movement and In the
work for college man.
Ths doors of ths White Temple will
not open until I o'clock, at which time
the T. M. C. A. orchestra will glvs s
20-mlnute concert. The masting Is free
to all men.
Milwaukle Country Club.
Eastern snd California races. Team
Sellwood and Oregon City cars at FUst
Of Japanese and Chinese curios,
consisting of old Bronze, Sil
ver, Cloisonne, new Brass, Sat
suma, fine decorated Tea Sets,
Lacquered Ware, Ebony
Carved Furniture, Embroidered
Screens, Oriental Rugs, etc.
Owing to the overcrowded con
dition of our small store, we
are compelled to dispose of our
great stock at auction. The
public is. cordially invited to at
tend this sale. Unprecedented
bargains are certain to be had.
BALE AT 2:30 AND 7:30 P. M.
Andrew Kan & Co.
27 MORRISON ST.