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THE OREGOtf DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. THURSDAY EVENINO, APRIL II. 1007.
SELL; TO CITY
AT ITS PRICE
Owner of ; Suburban - Water
Plants Get Ultimatum From
' T ' Water Board.
Suburban water companies which
jar bean trying to get tha city to pur-
- chase their plants at the price they
nam will have to come to tha terms of
v tha water board or they will be crowded
out of business. ' At the meeting of the
-7 board yesterday afternoon, the Piedmont
t water company was given just live
-days to accept or reject an offer of
$11,000 for Its plant If tha offer Is not
: accepted tha ctly will atart a com pet t-
1 tire plant. 'Through, Its president, E.
I Quackenbush, the company had asked
' for 125,000.. It bad rejected offers of
"$15,000 from the i city several times,
.and It usked for the higher sum of
.liS.000 as Interest upon Its Investment.
"He should not get any Interest," said
JVG; Greene cf the ltlv -board, who
"appeared for tha. residents .of Piedmont.
"Tha offer waa mads to ' him by the
city some' lime ago and he delayed the
'acceptance, - We want Bull Run water
and If tha city Is not able to pay for
..the laying, of tha mains, wa will pay for
1 them ourselves and take our chancea of
getting our money bark from tha city.
'T Engineer D.. IX Clarke-said the net
value of the plant, grounda and tank
was 120.9(3. Tha tank waa not needed
v to supply Piedmont -with water. If
' there ever ahould be a scarcity of water
the Alblna pumps could be started. Mr.
'Clarke said approximately that 14.000
. was for added pipe Unas and Interest.-
V "Wa might Just as well cut off that
' Interest," said Commissioner - Lamson.
s ''Mr. Quacksnbush had plenty of time
to. offer terms for the purchase of his
, plant Ha failed to put in a Did. ana
" the city should not pay him Interest be
cause of his neglect.
Mr. Greene said three .miles of six
inch mains would be needed In the Pied
mont region. The mains would cost
Vt4,00." Ma knew the city did not have
" tha money to par for tha mains, and
so bo did not ask for tha' larger Im
provement.' He was satisfied' with an
extension of tha main and a connection
'with pipe Unas. - 1
Mr. Allen moved that tha Piedmont
: company bs offered $18,000 and that tha
offer must ba accepted within live aaya.
. Tha motion carried. If tha offer ahould
ba rejected tha board will build mains
Into Piedmont. .
: Practically the aama order wag made
In regard to the offer of H. Kubik to sell
his plant at Woodlawn to tha city.
Kublk asked $26.00 for tha plant The
' hoard offered blm $1.400. ; Councilman
.Vaughn and G, A. Ambrose, secretary of
tha Woodlawn Push club, said that Ko-
' bika tank was ready to fall down and
that --most of tha service, pipes were
. owned by Individuals. Mr. Vaughn
. asked for .the laying of a main from
. KUllngsworth ' to. Dekum avenua in
...-Woodlawn. Tha neighborhood, ha said,
'waa . without f Ira protection. A main
. had been promised, but - nothing ; had
-. bean hoard .of It during the lest six
. --months. .. . .....-.
i Superintendent Dodge said action had
been delayed on account of - tha pro
posals for purchase. ' Commissioner
tjtaffety moved that Kublk ba required
to name hia price at once. .The .motion.
'was carried and then tha matter was re-
,f ferred to tha superintendent and en-
; glneer with power to act .
... Superintendent rodge and Engineer
Clarke recommended the building of ft
main In Peninsula avenue. M. H, Car-
i ter, president Of tha Peninsular Push
club, and ft number of other members
of tha organisation had been striving to
' secure tb building of this main for
j nearly ft year.- ..
;.V Racing at Exposition Rink..
Like -Alexander of old the racers at
tha Exposition rink are mourning for
new ftelda to conquer. Having defeated
the fast motor cycle sad tha still speed-
'. ier automobile, tha skaters are now try
ing for new honors, and starting tonight
will skata three races of three miles
- each agalnat a, fast and daring bicycle
rider.- Tha other races will -follow on
' Friday and Saturday evenings, and the
contests will ba for the two best out of
three. Ths'events will all ba fast ones,
and promise to outdo all previous races
.for. excitement No advance In prices. X
- ; Rent a Piano Now. -
For ft day. week or month. No charge
, for cartaga If you ' keep piano alx
months.. Bates. $4, $1 and $ month,
'according to value. - In town or out,
Kilers Piano House, l$t Washington
Is absolutely the best Floor
Finish made and is also the
belt general finish for furni
ture, and all interior,' wood
wprk. It makes old floors
look new and all woods look
beautiful ; it produces beauti
ful effects on all woods,'
whether' previously finished
or not? it makes pine floors
look like hardwood. It does
not scratch," mar ' or ' show
heel marks; it is not affected
by water; it is very tough
wears -.like : rubber. Once
'applied It needs no further
attention. - Readily cleaned
by wiping with a damp cloth.
One gallon will , cover . 300
square feet, two coats. Light
or dark oak, cherry, walnut
mahogany, malachite green,
velvet black, .per ' gallon,
$2.75; half gallon, $1:45;
quart, 75. - Ask for free
booklet, ' "Care of Floors."
Tir.ir.is, cress &co..
THE PAINT STORE '
143 FIRST' STREET
Telephone Main 2023
WILL MAKE GREATEST
On First Business Prop
erty that Has Been
. Pone in YeaV
Corner first and TamhlU pta. .
Just as soon a stock ean ba reduced,
so as to make room for tha mechanical
force, tha Dollar clothing atores will be
torn asunder. The basements will first
undergo ft complete rebuilding and after
the foundations of the building have
had attention aa to their strength, and
It la known that the building will carry
two more stories, tha basements will
then be fitted out In a thoroughly first,
class manner for salesrooms. Tha en
tire main floor,- 10x100 feet, will" be
thrown Into one . big salearoom. Bal
conies will ba erected throughout, to bo
used as sales departments. The en
trances will ba .changed and modern
plate glass windows wiU be placed all
around th'etor. -A new lighting sys
tem will ba Installed. Several new de
partments wiU be added. As to tha
classes of goods to bo added Mr. Dollar
refuses to commit himself, as his plans
are not . fully matured. A great vleal
dependa on whether or not the two
upper stories are .annexed., - But at all
baaarda, at First and TamhlU streets
will be a clothing, hate, aboa and fur
nishing goods store, from three to alx
times aa largo aa tha present quarters
now occupied. John Dellar has for 16
long years forged steadily ahead until
growth of business necessitates this en
largament and improvement. The stock
carried at this store is one if not the
largest shown on the entire coast. . A
rebuilding sacrifice sale begins next
Saturday .morning, that' .for desperate
price-slashing will mark an epoch In
forced- selling of fine goods. Dollar's
stOre la one tlat .can- ba- relied upon o
nil every promIse.it makes to an lota.
Goods advertised reduced from so and
so to aftoh- price will ba to fraction of
ft penny aa claimed. ' There la not ft
man, woman or child that can point
their finger at that store and aay that
they did. not get golden value and satis
faction In the entire 15 years of Its
mercantile existence. Saturday morn
ing the price-slushing rebuilding sale
begins, and It will bo welcomed by aa
large 'ft crowd of thrifty and knowing
buyer aa aver attended a aale la tha
Boss City. ... ;'" f
TALK TO ELECTORS
The big talk feat was held last night
t Artisans' hall, front and Glbbe
street, by the South Portland Repub
lican club aa scheduled. There was
largo crowd present. .-.... .
I John B. Coffer ' mad bis maiden
speech In bis candidacy for the Repub
lican nomination for mayor. He aaid
ha was tied up to no man or set of men
on earth. ..., r . .
Dan Kellaher. another' candidate for
mayor, followed Mr.. Coffey. Mr. Kel
laher pledged himself to an honest, clean
business administration ahould ha ba
elected mayor. The apeakers, besides
tha two candidates for mayor, were
municipal Judge George J. Cameron and
his opponents, Julius Bllvestone and J.
S. Wlncheater; 3. F. Booth. W. I. Cottell
and W. C Puffer, candidates for coun
cilman from' tha .Fifth ward; Oeorga
Hyland. John Annand. Dr. I M. Davie.
Dr. William Da Vaney, J. N. Blair: can
didates for councilman at largo, and C
H. Plggott Waldemar Setton was tha
last speaker. ... , . ' .'
r , . ....
V. '.: I
k" .... cx a
M . . .'.
V - - :
I W. H. Markell CS Co.
121-123 GRAND AVENUE
AS THESE ALWAYS MAKES
Fridav and Saturdav
Vt Very Busy Days at This Popular
- - a ' . v . .. ., . e
MEN'S NEW GOLF SHIRTS AT G8 S U.'
.. . All very full size, well made, perfect fitting and all choice
new patterns such as you always find in $1.00 shirts.
LACE CURTAINS, GREAT SPECIAL 48
Bleached Lace Curtains, 48 inches wide and 3 yards long,
t choice patterns. - ;. ' : . '
MEN'S BLEACHED MUSLIN NIGHT ROBES 48 V
1 Very large and well made of very good grade of material.
WOMEN'S WHITE LAWN WAISTS 68 AND UP
' . It's simply amazing, the wonderful assortment we "are
showing in this line. Beautiful lace and embroidery brim
med waists of the very newest designs at OS to $3.25
- each;' ,.' -". , - , .-
BRILLIANT SHOWING OF WASH GOODS ;
. The prettiest and daintiest new patterns and weaves are
here in very liberal showings at extremely modest prices
of 10, 12y2t, 102-3, 20s, 25f, 35 yard.
WOODS OF STATE
Remarkable Collection Gathered
by J. D. Bonner by Years .
' of Search. ' ' ,'a. '
A moat complete and- wonderful col
lection of old-oolns. historical weapons
... m .1... tha ea-rlv daVS Of . Ore-
Ituwiwi - -
gon and of Oregon woods haa been ga
thered together Dy 4. V. iJonner w nuw
dale. The oollectlon of woods consists
of carved pieces made each from soma
certain Variety of woods grown In Ore-
gon. There sr sw or inw n.-i -ready
made by Mr. Bonner, each place
being different In design nd tha col
lector states that he haa many mora
varieties to find and add to his oollec
tlon. - - 1
Mr. Bonner began his oollectlon In
i can ii. ho rm ,.11 over the state
1DIV. ... " . - r -
and from each section has endeavored
to , secure all tha different kinds of
tk. oniiltlrJ. nt weanons Dossessed
k Vf - . n.inm, im narhans the largeat
private coliecnon or tn7-aBw . mM
jtate. It Mnsisia or prw;iicu w '
kind of ft weapon used at any time slnoa
the coming oi tne wniie mmn w
n a i -A in fni. im m. eoueciion ox
coins, two of which are very old, one
being an Bnglisn twopence or nvi uu
the other aAtoman coin so old and worn
that neither date nor denomination can
be deciphered. - .
one or ina nrst -tea, pmm nu
ufactured Is also, owned by Mr. Don
-t K.Aiiah. '. err.m lCna-lanil
during tha early days of the white oc
cupation or - tna . new woria . ana nas
been In Mr.-Bonner"g family sine that
Mr. Bonner states It Is his intan
tlnn tA nmMt tha collection to the
Oregon Historical society. -. . '
v- Fre to the Women.
The first Installment of ft continued
story In Terse on "Table Queen" bread,
fully Illustrated, begins Friday. Don't
miss tha first number, aa it gives de
tails -of our free offer to all wonten.
Royal Bakery Co.
BOYS AND GIRLS
, This Instructive and amusing
toy given wiy frea to,. every
' boy or girl. presenting
' ;. v; : 4a :-
, Bread Labels ' " 7
; ' ; '-' ;:. , ' .' ." -At
our bakery. 270 Front St,
, corner Jefferson, at our down
town storet 145 Third St, be
tween Morrison and Alder Sta
or to any ButterNut Bread
' wagon on the streets. ;
This is the label, and ft ap
pears on jivery . loaf -of genuine.,
Buttr-Nut Bread the .richest
apd test loaf baked in the city.
ON SALE AT
East Side Department Store
Percales lOo '
12 Grade ;
10,000 yards jretty new' Per
cales in an unlimited assort
ment . of new attractive ' pat
terns, in medium and dark col
ors i sold all over the city at
IViC a yard- Special A
Bargain Friday. . . . 1UC
which opens again Friday morning, with the largest stocks we have ever had and the best values we have ever been able to
give, is but another demonstration of the UNEQUALED VALUE-GIVING POWER OF THIS STORE :
: Pillow Cases at Oo ,
Pillow Cases made of excellent
by Scinches, neatly hemmed and
well , sewed; never before s&ld for
less than 12j4c each. Bar- . Q
gain Friday. .,..t. ,...VQ
. Bleached Sheets 44o
Full breached Sheets, madeof good
durable muslin," 72 by 90 inches,
finished with deep hem, all ready
to use; excellent values at regu
lar pricey special Bargain
' Toilet Paper 80 i
,; 12c Kind. .' .
Best quality Toilet Paper, fine ab
sorbent silk tissue, full l00p sheets
to roll; sold everywhere at ,12yic
a roll, specially priced forv Q
Bargain Friday. .....'... ft.., OC
Toilet Soap lOo
T' TlSc, Grade. i -
Glycerine Toilet Soap, fine clear-
and transparent, one of the most
popular make on the market, put
up in nea packagees, 3 cakes to
box; special, per bo,x. Bar- 1A.
gain Friday... ...1UC
Back Combs 25o
. :i -: 35c Values. ; . ,v'.
Women's dainty Back Combs in the
latest styles,, gold mounted with
. .Rhinestone settings ; .unusual ' val
ues at , 35c " each, specially O C i
priced for Bargain Friday.; XiaJC
Scotch Lace Curtains
A special lot of white Scotch Lace
Curtains on sale . tomorrow, all
new designs, in pretty detached
figure effects, full three yards long
and 60 . inches wide; best $1.50
values. Bargain Fri- ' ' fc
f.TtisiHTi Drawers Oc
Just 10 doxen for Bargain Friday's'
special; made from good quality
muslin, with dep ruffle of torchon
lace ,nd insertion, also another
style finished ; with 5-inch em
broidery; our best 50c value QQ
on sale Friday , at... ...... ...0JC
Gingrham Aprons 12o
If you want one or, more of these
Aprons we would advise an early
call, aa the price is very small and
the quantity is limited to 15 dot
ens; these aprons are made from
fairlyV good quality gingham, in
blue and white checka only; f O
while they last Friday at IXC
.. Corset Covers 30o
For Bargain Friday only we will
offeij about 1.0 dozen of our best
50c values at special price of 39c;
they are made from fine nainsooks
and cambrics and handsomely fin
ished with torchon or Val. laces
and ribbons; Bargain Fri' Oft,
day only, ....... ......... . JC
Kid Gloves $1.00
' . ..' r" $15 Grades. ' ' ; t, . :
One day only at this price 2-clasp
Glace Kid Gloves, this season's
goods, a full' line of , sizes in all
the best colors to choose from;
every pair fitted and guaranteed,
Box Paper 35c
: :-' 50c Quality." -Bfest
quality the celebrated Eaton
Hurlburt Linen Paper, 2 quires of
linen paper with l envelopes . to
match; regular 50c values, OC
special Bargain Friday...... aJC
Box Paper 12o
"' 20c Quality. ; -!
Good quality ' Linen Paper; 24
sheets with envelopes to match,
ruled and unruled, assorted colors;
exceptional good value at 20c, spe
cially priced for Bargain 10
Friday P. 1CC
JTT7,-r publish a partial list
Vhr tJ Taken as a whole it
portunities- we have
LOOK FOIl THE BED PRICE TICKETS
NOTHING THAT IS
A Wonderful Collection of Strikingly Novel and Plain Effects from Which You Are Sure to Be
, ; Suited. Hints of Kinds and Prices ,'' ".'";'' ' "
TAFFETA RIBBONS, 10f.
- 4 Inches Wide.
All silk Taffeta Ribbons, full four
inches wide, embroidered polka dot
"effects, 'in colors pink, light blue,
red, black and white; regular1 18c
quality, now. ....... s. ........ 10e
DRESDEN RIBBONS, 29eV
S Inches Wide.
All ilk Dresden .Ribbons, full five
inches wide. -extra good quality,
comes in all the best colors, cor
rect ribbons for pretty jumper
waists; 45c grade, now. . . ... .29e
' MESSALINE RIBBONS, 29.
6 Inches Wide.
All silk Mesaaline Ribbons, full six
inches wide, including all the staple
and novel shades, also black and
'white,, fine soft lustrous finish,
much in demand for millinery pur
poses: never before sold for Irss
than 50c a yard, now;.... ....29f
. .PLAID RIBBONS, He.
All silk Plaid ' Ribbons, full five
inches wide, comes in an unlimited
assortment of pretty color combi
nations; best 25c grade, now. .!
. Within the reach' of every one.. A stock which
corflbines quality and style in a measure which will
find instant" favor with the most critical. Values
that well informed women will recognise as the
best possible to obtain.' These few items illustrate
iy 1 THE VALUES THAT AWAIT YOU. -
Kovelt7 Suitings 14-ln.
new sprint Novelty Suit
ings In pretty assortment
of new broken checks and
neat shadow plaids, with
pretty1 overplalds of con
trasting colors. All new
sprint shades. ' Our regu
lar $1.2S values. Specially
red uced for . Ba rgai n . Fri
day's selling to.. ....89
Mew Aberdeaa nltlag'
40-inch Novelty. Plaid and
checked Aberdeen Suiting;
one - of the new nobby
weaves. Comes in remark
ably pretty styles, good
range of tha new colors.
Regularly ' sold at 4oe.
Specially reduced for Bar
gain Friday's selling -to
. .'. 25
are not only worthy but desirable.
afford to endanger our good name
. atx". raw srBorcr rrmi :
SHOES & OXTOBDS
; . 82.85
Bast S330 and 9 gradss Basesaemt
Shoe Sept. v.
At this pries ytra have eholes of
the foUowlag- weU-kaows makeai
penes Shoe Oompaay'a S4.00 Ox
fords, Blca B Bntehias' SS-00 too,
tha CharehlU sVUO Shoes, Btaeet
Bros.' S3.SO Shoes, .
About $0. 000 palra all told, this sea
oon' a mot popular stylpa, In all tha
faahionable leathers, vlcl kid, box
calf, patent colt, etc.. In both plain
laon and blurher style: medium,
Itirht and heary soles; not a pair In
the lot sold for less than tl.tO; moat
all are $4.00 and tK.OS values. All
chofc..0.n' .p.r.'?r:i'.0.u.' . .". . 3.85
Knee Skirts GOo
Women's knee' length Cambric
Skirts, made1 with 9-inch f (ounce,
finished with 2-inch torchon lace
and fine tucks; good value Crt
at $1, Bargain Friday spec.UJC
I i.mi..i.iih..,;-i,- ' -kSTs-: ' .
m aw wtMriiiiili;iunir.' kk saai sssMsmssbsi
of the many wonderful bargains.
is one of the greatest saving op
ever offered.' This great sale.
A Most Extraordinary
Here is a most extraordinary sale of Ribbons well worth your
immediate attention. They comprise a very unusual purchase
from one of New York's, leading jobbers. This season's most,
wanted ribbons, suitable for every purpose. ... , " ; , i
Ribbons for Sashes Ribbons for
Ribbons for Bows Ribbons for
DESIRABLE IS MISSING AS
1000 Yards' Black
Finest all silk Ribbon, beautiful
rich finish, always in demand; pru
dent women ' will lay in a year's
supply tomorrow prices run like
this .' ;''..'',' .
454-inch black Taffeta Ribbons, 25c
grade, now .18e
5- inch black Taffeta Ribbons, 35c
grade, now ....23
6- inch black Taffeta Ribbons, 45c
grade, now.,....;.... ..29e
Z-inch black Taffeta Ribbons, 50c
grade, now 33
Sale starts promptly at 8 o'clock
Friday morning. All the tables in
the center aisle will be devoted to
the. display of these beautiful rib
bons; extra salespeople and wrap
pers in' attendance ; to J. serve you
promptly, and as the sale lasts but
a day we suggest an early visit, y
Slew Block Checks 41
Inches wide beautiful
line of new broken block
checked Panamas; colors,
gray, tan, ' blue, brown,
etc., with contrasting orcr
platds. ; One of the new
to choose from. Regular
15c values. . Specially
priced for Bargain Friday
Checked Paaamaa S2-ln.
new ombre checked Pana
mas In an endless variety
of novelty plaids; all fashionable-
shades of gray,
tan. blue, etc Very nobby
patterns. Our best 11.00
qualities. Specially priced
for . Bargain Friday at T5
new double warp
in all tha new
elty plalda and cherka A
wonderful aasortment' of
everything that la correct
for suits and waists.
Every faahionable ' shade
and popular pattern. Our
regular 75o and $1.00. Re
duced for Friday to, per
Black Taffeta II . inches
wide, beautiful " lustrous
finish, good, - heavy qual
ity just the silk for pet
ticoats, suits Snd Jackets.
Regularly . sold at -$1.00
and Sl.SS. Specially
priced for Bargain Friday
at -. 89
Sale of DOUGLAS SHOES
and OXFORDS at
' - aiae witn styuanneaa, so that our shoes
No matter how low the price, quality must be there. We couldn't
by offering "trashy" ahoea. REMEMBER THAT WHEN READ-
. ING WHAT FOLLOWS. ,
SHOES & OXTOBDS
Tomorrow $2.37 -
$M an4 S4.00 raises. .
Xala-rioor ShosV Bepartsaant,
By far. the lowest prioe ever qooWd
en high-grade, sp-to-dats Shoes. The
celebrated $3.80 "Walk-Over" Shoes
and Oxfords, in patent leather and
black vlci kid, lace and button, with
light and heavy soles, Cuban, con
rave and military heU, aa well aa
the Lady Cnurchlll $3A0 Shoes and
Oxfords, Zlrgler limn.' $3. SO tihoe
snd Oxford, the .Sherwood $3 60
Hhoea and Oxforda, Hannah McCar
thy - 13.60 Shoes and Oxford. All
go at one piles your , : oo 07
Tinsel Belts 35o
Extfa fine quality silver tinsel
Belts, one of the most stylrsh belts
for spring wear, finished with neat
silver btirklfs; bct 50c' QC
quality, F.arpain Friday ... , Ow v.
T71uto IIucli Towcb
I . at lOo ;
Well made white Huck Tow
els, '17 by 31 inches, finished
with- fast -colored borders, in
shades of red ; extra good qual
ity, fully worth lZJiC each.
Waists Ribbons for Neckwear
Belts Ribbons for Fancy Work'
FAR AS WE KNOW
BELTING RIBBONS. 29.
Fully Worth 50c.
All silk Belting Ribbons, in beau
tiful shaded . effect in all wanted .'
colors, pretty . Roman stripes and
cross bands; sold everywhere at
50c a yard, now......... 29
. DRESDEN RIBBONS, 18. .
4 Inches Wide.
AH silk printed warp Dresden Rib
; bons in all the new- floral effects,
all bright new goods; , best 25c
' grade, now..,...;.. . ... 18
SHADED RIBBONS, 21.
' 5 Inches Wide. r .
Beautifully shaded all. silk Messa
line Ribbons, in a full range of col
ors, one of the newest and most
wanted ribbons' of the season, full
five inches wide; regular 45c grade,
now ., .......21
TAFFETA RIBBONS, ll.
, 454 Inches Wide.
4'-inch, all silk Taffeta, Ribbons,
in plain and striped effects, in all
"wanted colors, suitable for sashes.
harr ribbons, neck , ribbons' and all
millinery purposes; best 25c grade, -now
. . .j. 11.
More Special j
to everyone, but ourselves how this silk business
j-rows. We' know the reasons unsurpassed assort
ments unequaled values we sell no silks but good
silks. ' The newness and the beauty of the collection
arc inviting. .' ,.; ' - v, "
THE SAVINGS WILL APPEAL TO YOU.
1 S-l nch
aw Swiss Taffetaa 1S-
Inch novelty Swiss Taf
feta... In a superb showing
of new checks, stripes and
plaids. Colors are - red,
navy, , brown, green, etc
Every fashionable pattern
and ahade. Regular soil
ing price 7 So. Our special
for Bargain Friday only,
XAnlmg Taffeta J.009 yds.
St-lnch lining silk, good,
firm fabric for lining
comes In all tha new
ahades of tan. green, red.
blue, , pink. gray, purple,
cantor. , eto. . Regularly
aold for $7(o and $1.00.
Specially prioad for Bar
gain Friday at 69
GOOD SHOES ALWAYS AT THIS
STORE The lateat offerings of tha
Shoe Department are remarkable. The
assortments comprise the very newest
and approved styles for spring and sum
mer wear, and . goodness runs side by
woKxsrs raw '
SHOES & 0XF0RD3
; S330 ana. S3.0O Oradea. -
Prompt action will enable, you 4
share In a moat extraordinary Shoe
event. Through a very Urge and
most fortunate purchase we are able
to sell real $3.f and $3.04 Shoes and
Oxford st the rlrlli'iilnualy low prua
of Sl-oa At this rt-e yot hv
the choice of several hundred Pair ,
all this eennon a stylea. In vlrl k i,
patent leather ami i cnt colt
era. in l...ih i.nn 0 i h, i , ,
Ctlt; heny, tKlit ami m- l urn .
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