The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, November 25, 1906, SECTION FIVE, Page 47, Image 47

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    THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25. 1800.
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THE SECOND WEEK DEMONSTRATION OI
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Which commences tomorrow will no doubt be a repetition of the success which attended this interesting and instructive event during - the
past week. The many who visited our store and availedthemselyes of the opportunity of witnessing this ' twentieth century range in opera-
tion were indeed enthusiastic over the. remarkable results irt cookmg and king and the thorough efficiency and economy of this wonderful
cooking apparatus. Those. who are forhxnate enough to visit ourstore during this week will have an opportunity to regale themselves with tho
, Hot Biscuits and Fragrant Coffee
cooked to perfection on "The Malleable," and which we are serving free to our visitors. ''-' V-'J.L: ' - "
needs no introduction to the people-of Portland and vicinity,, for all will no doubt remember the meritorious exhibit of The Malleable Steel
Range Mfg. Co. at the Lewis and Clarky Fair, where this range received the highest award. It is conceded by the stove trade to be the lead
ing range produced by the world's most skilled-stove builders-r-made of malleable iron and Bessemer steel in; combinationriveted : to air )
- tightness like a boiler- will 4ast a lifetime. Its splendid construction and superior guality of material ' insure against cracking; warping and
open seams. Our terms on "The Malleable" 'are -the most liberal ever offered to intending purchasers of a modem----a satisfactory an eco.
rtomical range, and is convincing "of-our faith in its sterling qualities.'1 Our offer is toT instairMTheMalIeable" in your home on the terms of
One Dollar in Thirty Days One Dollar Per Week Thereafter
And if desired will take in exchange your old stove or range and auow ycu its full worth. r
A New Line of
: Dining Table
J Distinctive designs, practical con
struction and superior workmanship
and finish are a few of the many excell
ent features so evident in this new line,
which includes round and square tables
in pedesfal ' and other patterns, in six,
seven and eieht foot extensions. Som
of these now ojijitepjayjiiour window;
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THANKSGIVING SALE, OITOaNGS ',
IROM THE, CROCKERY AND TABLE,
WARE, DOARTMENT BASEMENT
. ' Special for three days commendngjtomorrow an opportunity for appreciative buyers to
following attractive prices and pleasing special terms. - . .
select their needs for the holiday season at the
Fifty Piece Dinner Sets-Four Patterns
V Special Terms $1.00 Down,
Choose From
to
50c Week
SALE OF THREE-PIECE CARVING SETS
Celebrated "Putnam" Cutlery-5slag-horn handles ;
regular selling price $3.25r- Special, set... $2.25
Regular $9.35 Dinner Set, "Ideal York," gold
stippled and in rich decoration. Special, set. $7.35
Regular $9.20 Dinner Set, "Newport Apple Green,'
in gold stippled and conventional decoration. .
' Special, set ...... .1. ........ ........V..?8.00
Regular $22.75 Haviland Dinner Set, in old stippled j,"
and rich rose decoration, specialety j.P.Za
SPECIALS IN CUT CLASS BOWLS. .
"Bergen," highest quality,; American Cut Glass.
Your choice of two patterns in these bowls ree
. ular selling values $5.50. Special, each... $2.95
Regular $6.50 Dinner Set, "St. Regent," in the
plain .white a t ancy r pattern. , Special, set . y.w
Convmc
of One, T;
ing Values in a
wo andThree J
Three
Days
Clearance
Sale
ran: Lots of Lace Curtains
Drapery Dept.
SIXTH Floor
Commencing tomorrow, our entire stock of real AraDiari-TanjNRennaissance Brussels Irish Point corded Arabians imitation Cluny and
Arabian-Mreliiiirand liimtcd-trcksr-isnras selling patterns from
our fall stock quantities of each here quoted to be sold entire at the following reduced prices. Selections made from this assortment will not be de
livered for approval or exchanged. ' ; . . ;, ::'- . ; -': ; ' : . . - - .-
RUFFLED CURTAINS
2 pr, lot $2.00 Curtains; special price, pr.. .flOO
3 pt. Ut $2.75 Curtains; special price, pr. ..Si.40
2 pr. lot $2.50 Curtains; special price, pr...t 1.60
3 pr. lot $3.50 Curtains; special price, pr...f l.TS
X pr. lot $6.00 Curtains; special price, pr...f 3.00
; NOTTINGHAM LACES
3 pr.- lot $2.50 Curtains; special price, prrr.f 1.85
3 pr. lot $175 Curtains; special price, pr...S1.40
3 pr. lot $3.00 Curtains; special price, pr.. .S1.50
1 pr. lot $3.00 Curtains; special price, pr.'..f 1.50
2 pr. lot $4,00 Curtains; special price, pr...S2.00
1 pr. lot
1 pr. lot
2 pr. lot
1 pr. lot
CLUNY LACES ;
$3.00 Curtains; special price, pr..f 1.50
$5.00 Curtains; special price, pr.. 52.50
$6.75 Curtains; special price, pr. 53.50
$7.50 Curtains; special price. or.lf3.T5
1 pr. lot $1100 Curtains; special price, pr.. 50.50
IRISH POINT LACES
2 pr. lot $4.75 Curtains; special price, pr...f 2.BO
3 pc lot $4.00 Curtains; special price, pr. . .52.00
3 pr. lot $5.50 Curtains; special price, pr.. .52.TK
2 pr. lot $6.00 Curtains; special price, pr.. .53.00,
1 pr. lot $5.50 Curtains; special price, pr... 52.75
3 pr. lot ' $8.00 Curtains; special price, pr.. .f 4.0O
3 pr. lot $10.00 Curtains; special price, pr...SS.OO
1 pr. lot $10.00 Curtains: special price, pr...f S.OO
1 pr. Jot $13.50 Curtains; special prlcerprnfT.OO
1 pr. lot $20.00 Curtains; special price, pr. 510.00
BRAIDED ARABIAN, LACES
1 pr. lot $4.00 Curtains; special price, pr...52.00 -2yi
pr. lot $4.50 Curtains; special price, pr.. 52.25 '
1 pr. lot $5.50 Curtains; special price, pr... 52.75
1 pr. lot $12.00 Curtains; special price, pr...f 6.00
RENNAISSANCE LACES
2 pr. lot $5.00 Curtains; special price, pt... 52.50 ,
3 pr. lot $10.00 Curtains; special price, pr...S 5.00
1 ARABIAN TINT LACES . :.
1 pr. lot $6.00 Curtains; special price, pr... .53.00
ty, pr. lot $6.00 Curtains; special price, pr..f 3.00
3 pr. lot $6.50 Curtains; special price, pr.... 53.25
2 pr. lot $7.25 Curtains; special price, pr... .53.75
. 3 pr. lot $7.75 Curtains; special price, pr.. ..54.00
REAL BRUSSELS LACES
-2 pr. lot - $6.50 Curtains r special pf tceT prTT.f 3.25 "
3 pr. lot $7.00 Curtains; special price, pr...f 3.75
1 pr. lot $8.00 Curtains; special price, pr...54.00
1 pr. lot $8,50 Curtains; special price,. pr.. .54.50
1 pr. lot $15.00 Curtains; special price, pr...57.50
, 2 p. lot $1.5.00 Curtains; special price, pr...S 7.50
REAL ARABIAN LACES
2 pr, lot $15.00 Curtains; special price, pr:..S 7.50
2 pr. lot $17.00 Curtains; special price, pr...S8.50
3 pr. lot $25.00 Curtains; special price, pr. 5 12.SO .
3 pr. lot $3250 Curtains; special price, pr. 5 16.50
Pleasing D esigns in
a New Line of
Iron
Beds
Which we have recently added to
our stock of bedroom furniture. The
quality of workmanship and 'finish
and the variety of plain and fancy
designs in the best enamels and col- :
orings most appropriate in the bed
room combines to offer everything
for satisfactory selection. Some of
these now displayed in our windows.
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CHILDREN'S HOME
Board of Managers - Accepts
Nothing But Pre Will Of
'...r. . fering Now. .
Tha followlnc latter U lelfxplana
loryt '
"Editor of Ths Journal -W real lt
lha annoyano it mmt b to tho bual
tiu mn of our city to nT rprn
tatlvaa from tha' vaiioua worthy chart
tAbla era-anlaatlona caj o aollelt
ThankaBivlns- donations for thatr lnatl
tutlnna. 'Tha Ladle' Rellrf aonlnty aa
tabliabad twa r . i nor thaa (0
yasrs aso, but now tha board of man.
Cars has dacldadjtft do as wa did Uat
year ak tha aranaroua-haartad public
for a fraa-wllt ofterlns- for tha Chll
dran's homa to aid ua in aarlns for tha
many chlldran whoaa parartta, owing- to
mlsfortuna, ara unabla to proparly pro
rlda for tham.
. "Tha homa is a monument to tha ran
aroalty of tha eltlaana of Portland, ona
that tha city may wall ba proud of. la
non-saoUrlan ta Its marabarahlp and
work.
"Tha araat numbar of chlldran whoaa
llrae hava baan mada brlghtar and hap
pier for haTlns baan earad for undar
Ita hoapltable roof taatlfy to tha naeaa
alty of malnUlnlna and avan broaden
In Ha work. Provlalona and marc han
dle oan ba aent to tha homa. on Cor
bet t and Oalnaa atraeta, or by. Inform
ln tha matron tha article will ba
called for- . ' ' s .
"Money ahotitd be sent to Mrs. Mar
tin Winch, treasurer, Seventh and Main
atreeta, or to Mrs. P. 3. Mann, preai
ont, 441 Third atreet We bar been
obliged to postpone our annual' "tea."
but at soma future data wa hope to
open our doora ao thoae lntereatad may
aea for them eel via the model home Ufa
of our large family of nearly 70 bright,
healthy, happy-children.
"ANNA M. MANN. Prealdenf
PACIFIC MONTHLY FOR
- DECEMBER IS ARTISTIC
' The ' current . laaua of tha Pacific
Monthly la perhapa mora artlatloally
llluatrated than any magaalna la Amer
ica. Tha Hluatrationa are In colore and
In elaborate profualon.
It la tha Chrlatmaa number of tha
magaslne and eontalns an dntereetlns
collection of artlclea. It la abundantly
aupplled with atorlea and artlclea on
live, up'-to-date aubjecta Tha list of
oontrlbutora contains aom of the moat
prominent writers In tha country.
Mllwaukfe Country Club.
naatarn and California races, - Take
Seltwood and Oregon City cars at Flret
and Aldan
TOMORROW GREAT DAY IN
10CAL MUSIC WORLD 1
Leoncavallo and His Orchestra to
Give Two Concerts at tha
Heilig Theatre.
Tomorrow will ba a great day In Port
land's musical hlatory, for then Laon
eaallo, tha celebrated Italian compoaer,
with hla orcheatra from La Bcala In
Milan and supporting Vocal artlats will
appear in two concert. In tha after
noon a program will ba given chiefly
from "Zaaa," and In tha evening chiefly
from "11 PegHae" which la tha moat
popularly , known of Leoncavallo's op
area. This la Leoncavallo' flrat American
trip and ha haa been met an every aide
wlta snthuslasaw , Ills recent appear
ance at Detroit Is spoken of In tha moat
complimentary term a Mention was
made of the modeaty - that marka tha
program. When tha houaa applauded a
alnger. tha alnger, with a aweep of tha
hand. Indicated that tha applauaa waa
meant for Leoncavallo. - When they ap
plauded him ha Indicated that tha or
cheatra was reaponalbla and there the
credit remained beaue they war not
ona man to dlaclalm It.
Madame Ferrablnl waa said to hava
borne off tha honora. Her Madonna
Ilka beauty la enough, to Insure her a
atad atawpT for Ufa.
Oreat happlneea came Into the home
of B. C. Blair, school superintendent, at
Bt Albana. W. Vs.. when hia little
daughter waa reatored from the dread
ful complaint he naraea. He aaya: "My
little daughter had Pt. Vltua1 Dance,
which yielded to no treatment, hut grew
ateadlly wnree until, aa a lent reaort, we
tried Klectiio Hlttere; and I rejoice to
aay, three bottlea affected a oomplete
cure." Vlulck, aura oure for nervous
complaints, general debility, female
weakneeaea,' Imnaverlahed blood and
malaria. Guaranteed by Red Crvea
I'barmacy. Jrrtca BOO,
welcome but with her rich velvety con
tralto and charm of manner aba naada
to rely nothing on her beauty. Bignor
Barbalni, tenor: DeFerrau. baritone;
Bellatt, baritone; Calvl and Flaalnl, so.
pranos, all were pre teed highly.
Tha orcheatra la large and plays un
der tha maeatro'a matter-of-fact con
ducting with evident underetandlrtg.
There la Italian fire and paaaloa In tha
ready response of tha playera and mil
slclanly aupport la given tha alngere,
Tlckata hava been Bailing rapidly for
tha past week and many out-of-town
orders hava been filled. : Thar will
evidently ba a full houaa to greet tha
Italian master. -
- " y Saved tae See. .
Henry B. rarmer- of Rutland. Vt
who Is greatly opposed t the ahootlng
of deer, probably saved a handeome
buck from dath during tha preaent
deer aeaaon. Ha discovered tha animal
In tha pasture with hla cowa ona night
and It followed the herd to the barn.
The farmer shut the buck up and did
net release It untli the law protected
It,
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for them. A watch or diamond
Investment Is a sensible one. be
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