The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, November 25, 1906, Image 9

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THE r OREGON - SUNDAY - JOURNAL, - PORTLAND, - SUNDAY -MORNING, - NOVEMBER 25, 1906.
WILL. TAKE PART IN ANNIVERSARY SERVICES
John P. Shields.
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Miu Lena. Harwaa.
P. E. Sullivan.
HIBERHIAnS WILL
CELEBRATE
j ManchMter MartyiV Memories
f to Be HonoedJjy-Servlce -t
- This Evening.
-Ooi aava Ireland," aald the heroea,
"Ooi nn Ireland," Bar ther all,
"Whether on the eeaffold hi ah,
"--Or-tha battlefield wa die; -
Oh, what matter whan for Erin dear w
fall.-
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- The AncJent Ordemf Hlbemlana not
Portland will meet thta evenlna In
KnlahU of Pythias hall. : Hlerenth and
Alder atreeta. wbera they will revive
aaain the memorlea of the "Mancheater
martyra" hanged by tha Enallah court a
for tha liberation of Irlah prlaonere in
November J. 187. On that data Wll-
J,SLJ!j!!U'P. Altan,Jllchael Lark In and
Michael O'Brien wera'exeeuYccT Tor" ha v
Ina bralcan open an Ena;llah prlaon van
and aided in tha eecape of Captains
Kelly and Deaay, Fenian leadera, who
were being oonduoted to prlaon. In the
disturbance one - man waa killed, and
thouah tha men convicted of complicity
In tha crime maintained their Innocence
they oould find no raaplte from tha deci
sion of tha court and were executed.
Since that time loyal Irishmen have
held annual meeting In commsmora
tlon of the heroea and tha aervlcea thla
evealna will ba In lino with thla cus
tom. ' .'
Tha program prepared for tha meeting
ta a follows:
Overture ... .Rlchtar'a orchestra
Opening Remarks. ..... .P. E. Sullivan
"Ireland, I love you, Acusha Machree"
, .Prank Henneaay
Recitation, selected. Miss Nellie O'Brien
Vocal selection.... Mra. Eluubeth Bruin
Irian, medley...., Prankie Rlchter
Anniversary address . . .-. iC!L, .
..v.- .John Flemlnr Shields
Overture Orchestra
-KAtnleen llavourneen"
Mlsa Lena Harwaa
"The Harp That One Through Tara'a
Halls" Mrs. Nora Barnett
"Kerry Dance". ..... .Miss Mae Breslln
"Star-Spangled Banner.". ,
JOHN KENDRICK BANGS "
TO LECTURE WEDNESDAY
John Kendrlck Bangs, noted New Tork
humorist, former editor of Puck and a
frequent contributor to Tha Sunday
CIarke,Woodvvard
Drug Co.
Wkoleeala, Maarnf aotarlng aal
.... Importing Druggists, v
Announoa the completion of their
Analytical Laboratory, completely
equipped in every detail for the
analysis of foods, rocks, oils,
fuels, fertilisers, drugs, mineral
watera and for technical research.
Our establishment, corner Vtatk
and Moyt, and conveniently lo
cated near Union Depot and Ter
minal Grounds, la the largest In
tha northwest. -
Sealers ta Oaaoara Bark. Bal
aam rir and erode drags of the
aortkweat. . ' .
Sir ::i:;-;:'i:.!ii:.;ir',;M!r.,V'"''li
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John Kendrlck Bang.
Journal, will lecture In tha White Temple
next Wednesday evening under the au
spices of tha T. M. C A.--
Three Xnndved meltermea Ont.
Vancouver, B. C Nov. 14. The atrlke
at tha British Columbia Copper com
pany's smelter at Greenwood la still
on. Three hundred men are idle. The
government will bo appealed to on be
half of the anions. , i: ;
A Dallas man fit for two ducks shot
on private premises.
THE BANKRUPTCY OF RODGERS & SONS, PEQRJA
USE
PLACE D-IN-THB-HANDS-OP
MOSTOM STORE
. Ffrst and Salmon Streets
; :-r:j o .their magnificent stock op -,,. i"';y: ' : ;': v t :: ' -'-y '
Men's, Wonten's and Children's Clothing, Shoes, Underwear, Etc., Etc.
AT 36 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR OF WHOLESALE COST!
Thanksglvlns: Week Will Be a Biz One Women's Warm Wearables Priced Away Below Cost I
$7.89 for Rodgers & Sons' best quality
of Cravenettesrtan, rray and black;
latest cuts;, absolutely ; waterproof
regular 'price, $18 to $25. ,
.?5.85.-ior-JRodgers. & Sons'.. $3.6QJLong:
CoatsT irr tjlachr an navy-Diue-oniy.
$8.85 for Rodgers & Soris most beauti-"
ful black and white check Long Coat
. regular $12.60.
$0.95 for imported lancy Scotch plaids,
". trimmed with braid and buttons reg-
ular $15 and 18.
All Notions at half price, and Ladies'
Handkerchiefs 3 and 5 regular 20c
.. grades. '
$14.05 for Rodgers & Sons' fine all
wool broadcloth; full, loose back; in
black nly regular $30. "
$4.85 for a fine sample of Ladies' Short
... ,: Tan Coats, beautifully lined with silk
regular .$8.50 and $10. j ,
- - CHILDREN'S COATS.
$4.85 for Children's Tan and Navy Blue ,
; Long Coats, trimmed with Astrakhan,
- collars and cuffs regular $8.50.
A new line of Ladies'. Sample Tailored
. Skirts in brown, black, green and
. plaid regular $10, for. .$3.05
$6.50 for a most beautiful line of gray,
navy blue, black and Panama Skirts,
made plaited and shaped flare shape
regular price $10.
$7.85 for Ladies' Beautiful Skirts
regular $12.
$0.85 for Beautiful Tailor-Made Skirts
regular $15 and $18. '
A fine line of Ladles' Black Sateen and
Moreen Under Petticoats, y
Regular $1.50 for .....,........$1.00
.Regular $2.00 for.TT.TTT. . . . .$1.50
Regular $2.25 for ...$1.75
SILK PETTICOATS. ' :
Handsome Christmas Gifts.
$50 for heavy taffeta and accordion
pleated ruffle and dust ruffle; black
- - and colorsrvregular. $120. ;
; Children'a-Union -SuitsSc gradesSO -
LADIES' HOSE.
231 for 35c Fleece-Lined Hoie.
23 for 35c Wool-Lined Hose.
23 for Children's 35c Wool-Lined Hose.
t&j for Rough and Ready Hose. .
LADIES' CORSETS.
A fine line of Ladies' Straight-Front Corsets,
regular $1.50, for 89 .
89e for $1.00 Corsets. , y. : ...
f 1.25 for $2.00 CorsetsT
Hose. Supporters 10 and V&.
Sample of ends of Table Linen, from 2 to 3
yards, 65 80s) and 90) each.
Red Turkish Table Cloth, 3 yards in length,
beautiful design, f 1.48. Regular $2.50,
NAPKINS (Large Size)
f 1.25 for regular $175. 1
f 1.98 for regular $2.50. ;
f 2.48 iorregular $4.00. . ..... ' .. .
TABLE CLOTHS;
f 1.48 for regular $2.00. ' ;
$1.98 for regular $2.50. '
fa.48 for regular $3.50.
TOWELS.
5 for regular ,10c
104 for regular 15c.
12) for regular 25c I '
BED SPREADS. I
94f for regular $1.50.
1.49 for regular $2.50.
f 1.98 for regular $275. ." '
f 2.49 for regular $3.25. "
3.48 for regular $5.00.; '
' COMFORTS.
" 85 for regular $1.25. " ' ' - '- -
f 1.39 for regular $2.00.
J1.50 for regular $275.
1.75 for regular $3.00. . - :
f 2.50 for regular $4.00.
A fin. line of Beautifully Trimmed Hats; gray,
black and navy blue, green, and most becom
ing styles, regular tap to $10.00; sale price
S2.00. - y -y. - -v -
- LADIES' WAISTS.
A lot of 100 Waists, consisting of black sateen
plaids, striped and checked, regular $1.25, for
: 65. ; - . -. ' ,
An assorted lot of Plaid Worsted Goods, large
' sleeves, beautifully trimmed with large pearl
Lbuttonsjregular $2.2540 f 1,.5tt.V '-y; 7
LADIES' UNDERWEAR.
60 for regular $1.00 Undersuits.. :,
T5 for regular $1.50 Undersuits.
25f for regular 39c Vests.
25 for regular 39c Pants.
48 for regular 75c Vests. , , .
89 for Ladies' Wool $200 Vests. , v
89 for Ladies' Wool $2.00 Pants.
. .y . SHEETS. :- .'';;"y
25 for regular 65c. ;
37 for regular 75c. 1 '-- ' '-- ;
LADIES' COLLARS.
10, 25, 351, 501 and 75a.
. GLOVES.
25 for fleeced lined regular 50c.
35 for Golf Gloves regular 75c. '
WRAPPERS.
-$1.00 fortest quality-of- Flannelette
regular $2.00. .
$1.20 for still better grade ; blue, red
regular $2.50.
' Fine Grade Outing Flannel Gowns.
08 for regular $1.50. Outing Flannel
' Skirts. '. -' V ", : . '.. : .
40 for regular $1.00 grade. ' :
: 7 T FUR SETS. . '
f2.50 for regular $4.00. - ,m i t
. $3.00 for regular- $5.00. . , .
3.50 for regular $6.50. .
FUR STOLES.: y ; .
4.50 for regular $8.50.
- 4.75 for regular $10.00. . - -
BLANKETS. - y
85 for regular $1.25.
1.0O for regular $1.50. .
1.50 for regular $2.00.
, 1.75 for regular $2.25.
2.00 for regular $3 00.
2.25 for regular $3.25.
2.60 for regular $3.50. . .
Copper,,
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Know your money is invested in
an ehteii)rise jproducing something
for which a demand already exists
One. Good Investment Is Worth a Lifetime, of Labor
The Copper Mines of the-Unhed States are paying more in dividend thanALlrourrailroadsrCopperMines are producing twice the money
of all the gold and sUver properties combined. - Copper has made more fortunes than any other industry and is making more - today. The
price of Copper is steadily increasing because the production cannot keep up with the enormous increase in consumption. Invest in a cer-
tainty .where your principal is not jeopardized. Your opportunity is in the stock of the
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Is
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Your money is under your own controlr You receive the benefits without delivering the money until all claims are proven and YOU SAY you
tl.,. ' ' ' ' : ' . are satisfied with the earnings. Propel legated on tidewater. .
REMEMBER
Every .share of stock is sold under an absolute guarantee of your principaland the guarantee is a Bank' Certificate of Deposit for the full
amount (you, select the bank). " The Certificate of Deposit is under your own control until you are satisfied with the . earnings. Investigate
-.--r-; - :-: - - ..-y -how. Write, drycallon .
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Copper
Pacific Coast Securities Company
513-514 Commercial Block, Portland, Oregon
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Copper
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