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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. ' MONDAY ' EVENING. SEPTET.IBER 9, 1S07.
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Announcement Partially Covering the Best of the Record Bargain Sales at "Gevurtz"
50c Today we have been closed. Closed to business, but thoughtful in the preparation of values for tomorrow. Every part of the house 02 GO
APT "HP A DT7PTT7Q has been carefully gone over, and we have chosen our most inviting specials from such articles as we believe will be most in t aWt? PTTRTATIM
VK Air &KLb'0 demand right now, the time when most people are changing and altering their household effects, and adding new pieces for the U Is. A VllNO
: ' at 2 lC Yard " . .. ,, comfort and commodity of the winter season. ' y ' .. ' . at 97c Pair
SPECIALS THAT SHOULD APPEAL TO EVERY SAVING INSTINCT
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i I $25.00 DiningTabl
artment ot Draperies
Department on 2nd Floor -Curtains
Less Than Half Regular Price"
1 Thirty-seven pairs Arabian net curtains (No. 4004) full three
yard length and ireular width.. Curtains that, are very rea-'
.sonably priced at'$2.50. Marked for ' ' (V7s Vr
Tuesday's, quick selling. . . . s. . : .'. .j jJY
Twenty, pairs novelty curtains. Marie Antoinette edge, ex-' ,
quisite patterns; priced regularly at (l 77C .
$3.75. For.Tuesday's Record sale-. .....vpJL J ' jJl
MATERIALS at Less Than Half
Draping and decorative materials at less than half. .
'Thirty-inch Art Silks in beautiful Oriental patterns; ten
materials; similar intexture. but different in design. All
day's Record 6ale price , . . . . . . . . ... , . . . . .f JL v V Ll
Fifty-inch standard, quality derby .cloth; regular 60c value.
Reduced for Tuesday's ! , ' QQ,;'TTJ '
selling, to ...... ......i:u.ooC ya;
THE FAMOUS GOBELIN ART DISPLAY In . Wll
shades, 36 inches wide; attractive patterns; especially de
sirable for boudoirs. AH 50c values ; io- A1 . J
these. new fall draperies ".T.T.T.V. . . .. A w UV
Sacrifice Digs Into the Regular
1 NOTE Mr. Clrenc
Wheeler, . the energetic
manager of our modern
- wishes to extend every
. possible courtesy and
prompt attention tnat can
. be given in the filling and
completing of orders.
Carpet display window,
First and YamhilL
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2nd Floor. .
Two carpet prices, including many values,
offering a large amount of saving to the
. shrewd buyer, :;
All of our very highest grade 8-wire
Tapestry Brussels carpets the same in
appearance and pattern as shown in the
body Brussels that you pay from $1.85 to
$2 a yard for. We offer an unlimited
choice of desiens at the excentional Tnea-
ljlayJReLCQrdlericeol9lj08 a yard-
All of our finest and most exclusive de
signs, patterned in the very richest color
; 1 combinations ; and oriental
effects. Wilton Velvets, ex-
. Wilton Velvets, Ax-
ners. Values at S1.85,
$2 and $2.25. Tuesday
Record sale , p r i e el
had with or
Sewed, laid and lined
free of charge. ......
In the solid quartered Dak pedestal table in the;
finer, grain and finish." - A' table that could not
be sold by any other. Portland furniture house
"und er5iTuriTess flicy" tesCmoneyton :tReTsale7
Money losses da xxot lesser our determination
to double our September business. Now ; we
offer this exquisite $25 table during Tuesday's
record sale at : T'j ,;;.-7; ,
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The Lowest Prices
Ever Quoted on High
Grade Furniture T
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We are right now underselling every furniture
house in the northwest. - We are giving better ,
values than is possible for any other house to:
offer. Read these few prices which are merely
examples of the tremendous furniture reduc-
tions-in' all linesr ;T-i4v'-.-'--ji".'- ;':
' H $9.00 Parlor Chairs '..i.. $4.75
li $5.50 ParlorStands $3.75
. $25.00 Buffets ...... ; $18.75
. .e-$6.00 Pedestals ......... . . . . .$4.00
-$16.50 Parlor CbinetsT77Trr.$12.00-
Five-Piece $35.00 Parlor Suit. .$22.50
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FULL SETS DININGTFURNISHINGBEDROOM-S IH-TSri
AND PARLOR PIECES, AT THE' GREATEST OF SAVING '
Basement Department Special
35c China Gups
These are in the-Japanese design fine7tHin
pieces both, decorative and useful. They are
the regular size tea cups dainty and pretty.
All our 35c .values, for .the-Tuesday record
sale, u t , . I
, Generous "reductions on all our.fine china
dinner and tea sets. Full line of crockery and
cooking utensils. . . ; . " ; - V -
Ever Pi Quotations
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. and accurately
OH WORK OF FAIR
Grounds Allotted and Build:
ings Planned Queen ,
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, (8pHl Dlvttek to n JonnU '
Orshm, Or.', 8pt . Th Oreaham
CoramrclJ and Development ;-laru
met t-th town hall 8tunJt nlfbt
President D. 8.' Johnaon atated the ob
ject of the meeting to be the. election
of committees to act In conjunction
with the Multnomah county and grange
were elected an executive committee.
In perfecting; plans, arranging;- and
craaing me grpunae ana erecting ouiia
nwn and tnntn for the fair. Mavor 1.
M, Short, Lewln Bhattuck, B. W. Kmery,
'1 heodore Bruttger " and " R.R.""Ca rl no
were elected on executive committee.
TMa committee la to appoint live sub
committee of three members each, one
of whom, the chairman, shall be a mem
ber of the executive committee.
Dr. A. Thompson, H. K. Davis and
Lewis Bhattuck presented plana for the
location of the buildings, concessions
and the horticultural exhibit. It wsa
decided 'to use all 'the grounds offered
by Dr. Thompson,' the Baptist church
snd the grange, consisting of about 10
acres lying north and west of the O. W.
P. -depot,- bounded by the O. W P. tract
on the south. Main street on the east,
Powell street on the north and the pub
lic school and cemetery on the west.
Johnson creek runs through this tract,
which - offers the flnost savants res for
a big exhibit or any alt in east Mult
nomah . , .
Building" and Bates.
It was decided to erect a temporary
building 40x100 feet for the agricultural
exhibits, a shsd of SO or more stalls for
stock and numerous large tenta for ma
chinery, the pure food show and the
poultry and other exhibits. The
Oresham grange hall will be used for
the art exhibit. . . -
Traffic Manager W, P. Mulchay of the
roruina naijway, L,igm ft rower com
pany has promised sufficient electric
light to Insure oerfect Illumination of
the . grounds and bulldlnga. Ilia com
pany will also give a one-way fare on
passengers and stock and will run cara
every nour up to a lata nour eacn day
durlna the fair.-
' The voting contest on th election of
tne queen or tne carnival is in full
swing all over the county. Among the
Oresham girls receiving the largest
number at votes to. date are Miss Msrv
Shattuck,. Mies Lucy Mstiger anr-Mlsa
r inrence niarrora. . bl jonns. Monta
villa. .Mount Scott, the east and west
sides of Portland will each have can
didates. A number of business men
have promised ' to give the (-cent vote
for aueen of - the carnival on each II
CKh purchase in their stores. This
will give a big Impetus to the aueen
contest and will Insure a big vote.
THU POLICYHOLDERS' COMPANY
"PURELY OREGON' v BEST FOR AN OREGOHIAN
CmCE C0. SIXTH AX3 AXXENY STREETS, PC2TU.D "
A. I MILLS,
L SAMUEL, CLARENCE & SAMUEL,
General Manager. ' ' Aisiitant Mjniger.
BOISE PREPARES TO
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Everything In Readiness for
Reception of WttHam
v : Jennings Bryan.
, . (Ipeelal XHipetca te The tonal.)
. Boise, Ida., Sept. . Kverythlng la In
readlnesa. for the big Bryan meeting
hers next Wednesday evening. The
Short - Line and the lnterurban lines
have all "granted reduced rata and
without doubt the meeting will be th
largest ever held la - Idaho. Reports
from nearby towns are to the effect
that people are coming to Boise by the
thousands to bear the great Nebras
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Mr. Bryan will be accompanied by
Mra. Bryan and she will be entertained
by the Democratte-ladiee f thle--e4y-.
A publio reception will be tendered the
dlatlngulahed visitors at the Commer
cial club rooms during their atay her.
Mr. Bryan will apeak at the Riverside
park pavilion In th evening.
BY EUGENE BOARD
(fleeeUl Dispatch te The foereaLt
Eugene. Or., Sept. (.At a meeting
of the Eugene school board yesterday.
Miss Maude Qalloslr of this rltv was
chosen as on of the high school teach
ers and Mrs. L. R. Alderman, wife of
the city superintendent, as tescher of
art. School opena on . Monday, Sep
tember 21. but aa the annual countv
tea hers -tnetttnt-peglna on -that -tt4o
slso, the regular rlasaes will not begta)
nil unuraaay. Bcpiemoer i.e.
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herpea, acahtea Doan'e Ointment. AtJ
n Am. Bin re t 1
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turned, fj. 114 Cbunbcr ol Commro
ELECTRIC LINE DOVf
Eugene , System to Be Ex
tended to Tap Salem
' I (teUl DU patch te The farsall
Eugene, Or., Sept (.The Eugen A
Eastern Railway company, which la
building an electric line between Eugen
and Springfield and Intenda to extend
It. on up th McKensle valley, today
started a nnr of surveyors north, from
here to make the preliminary survey for
a line between uugene ana Aioany ana
Salem and eventually on down th val
ley to portlana. - - -
A. Welch, . vice-president and general
manager or the company, haa recently
secured a franchise for ULf line through
Salem and the Albany council will prob
ably act favorably within a few daya
on his application for a franchise to
build through that city. Mr. Welch and
other officials of the company -were at
Junction City today to interview th
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and CUldrn.
Tfa Wr.3 Yea Kara AhKjt E::M
Is there a better way to
keep the family longer at
table, to "keep it 'together?
A Schilling & Company San Franclteo
Home Decorating 1
la not a difficult matter when you
TEE ORIENTAL WOOD FIMSH
A combination of moat durabl Tar
nish and Stains for Interior Wood
Work, noors, rurnltur. to..
THE BIG PAINT STORE
fisberjliorsen & Co.
FRONT AIND MORRISON STS. S
through there. . .
It waa announced here tndav that
cars will be running between Eugene
and' Springfield within to days from
date, tne work now being rushed. The
bridge soroaa the Willamette, th con
tract for which ha been let to L.-N.
Roney of thla city, will -not be com
pleted thla winter, but th concrete
plera will probably be put up before
a rls In th river prevents further
work. Th coat of the bridge will be
130.000. It will be a wooden structure
of hHowe truaw-design -and- wilt be
suDstantiai enousn to bold up tne elec
tric cars that will b operated over th
Work- on th car bnrns and repair
shop In the eastern part of Eugnhs will
DeSlH utinuH, liatr Dim'K Ul una inr
that purpose having Just been bought
frnm, XT Bvrv.r,,,l
. , Astor Show at La Grande.
(Pneetat Hanetch te TM Jooml.1
La Oranle. Or.. Sent. . Klaborat
plans sre under wsy for an Aater shnw,
to be beld at I A Urande Wednemlay.
Aaters .from all parts of Clrande RonJe
valley will b pinned en exhibition and
prizes will be offered for the best Uls-
Qeaa aalokly t th
vry r f th
diaaas aaal at
th at alssp aet, -xerwalatlno
. Cur vry allmi4
I Mast r Ceaat
that a Qood. beneat
Btana to ooo U
Dow to dry
It's aar now, bw
causa th best kinds of
paints, enamela, ataina, -vamiabas,
under the nam of
a taark that signifies
the Perfect Faint"
for Every Purpose.
If your nearest
you with the "Actn
Ak for a copy of
the new tsitbook, ;
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