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THE OREGON DAILY JOUfifJAL PORTLAND. WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER '15,
TRT IIIIIfIL WW HER MEK FOR B OF DRUM
ILUI nr Minnnrnni nnrmirin nnr . nmr niniinnrn
Ur lil UUKIiHOA rUKILIllW ML dull UIuIiIIuulIJ
Inventor of the Jkapcr in E. F. Lawrence, Local Archi- Court Holds Devlin IiIiicm
"Fanners' JIall of Fame"
tcct, Will Help-to
Make It. .
cent of Any Wrong
' : doing-. ' ;
State Uoard. of Health Will .ISiSSJ'.r'i!
Moot in Salem Tomorrow I memor,U hu '"h coii ot n-
to Take 1 Definite bteps to number mat r to puc.d m tn .
,1 7 i m i- . called WU cf,'rm. which la d
Prohibit bale of Diseased ini to prptuat ti name ot me
Urban. III. Dw lWIii memory of K. F. Lwrn. architect from th
Cyru Hail McCormlck, wboa Invention I firm of MacNuhton, Kaymond A
of (ha reaping machine rvIutloni4 I reno. la tha fifteenth member of th
th agricultural Induatrr It all cl?llld utlTe eommttt- of tha Portland
land, waa honored at tha Unlvaraltr r . , ., U -.7 ""JT
m I . u i ai mill 1. vi ii.uu w mm w
ntd at tha mftln of tba Architect
club last night, when Mr, Lawreno'
appointment waji made. Firty mem
ber -war present and tha enthusiasm
of tha session was typical of the man
ner In which elty practical plana of tba
civlo league were approved.
Dr. J. K. Wetherbae and Irk Super
Intendent Mlsche were tha speakere cf
the evenlna. 'They talked city Improve
ment accord Ina to system. Dr. Wether
bee dilated on the practical advantages
of the city beautiful; Superintendent
Mlache on the beauty of the city prac
tical. It was tha sens of the meeting:, rep-
board of health begin It annual ses- mator of tha Idea of national ays- f T . lh. r,1,toct"r
s.on in Salem tomorrow. . " tern of. land grt ooll.ge. to , Include HJV .""! ??n
Using data prepare b,r Xr. n.w
C. Yenne, state health officer, the -n J ting and proper. The assurance that
hoard will determine how many It will I ' r Oovarnor Canaan, hocal flrma will be utilised In the work
be necessary to ask tha government to V tinJ,xI th en- whenever . possible, was also received
furnish for tba testa. It i practically I . -J--. l'Tltn ravor- " w" presented before
iwmm vHw v .nw uiiiiui-i in. aroiiif jioriirai niun ftit iiirntim Jm
famous In tha world of agriculture.
Four names have beerf Chosen for this
honor, but only the cloture of Mr. Mc-
Cormkk was hung at the dedicatory
k mt i iibj . a lis uiner oamvi in
Uiose 'of , Jamos . N. Brown, tha first
PlaB.'for administering the tuhereu- f" .S!.1"""0'
Jin test to. Oregon dairy eowa will be i u,MHfu, of th plonw farmer Md
put in oennua xorm wnun i rrofeseor Jonathan B. Turner, tha orig-
The suit of the Bank ' of Drain
against Thomas C Devlin personally
ana a receiver or tna urngoai Trust
Havings bank for 7(0 darnagea sua
ulned in the search for t8oo worth of
Tacoma Home Telephone hnnda and
$000 worth of stock reported by Dev
lin as lost or stolen, was thrown out of
ina circuit court yeeterdaj when, a
demurrer to the complaint was ' sus
tained by Prenkllng Judge Btronaugh. ,
The bond and stock had been lrwa-
Ited with tha Oregon Trust A Savings
Bank hy the Bank of Drain and .could
not be found when called for. The
Drain people started a warm trail and
the missing securities were flnallv dia.
covered wnere mey were said to have
neen misiaia juuge Bronaugh held
that Devlin waa not liable personally
and as receiver he waa a gratuitous
DSJiee, jiaDi oniy ror gross negligence,
which was not charged In tha com-
Portland Business - Houses
Tetitioh Wafer Board
; i; if or, '-Reliefer ;
olUt eleinenta of Nnw York society as
well as In the Old Dominion. Mr,
ml nil, the bridegroom, la the only son
ol the late Arthur Kendall and grand
suit of tha lata vr. Tliomas MllUr of
Wsthlngton, oik of th" moat noted pBy
slcla,ns o lils dey. .
Z'lmrt WW ba the agent, for the sup-
X. 1 l.-.V -V. V..J.I"v.u""TW,'u "U"",. "w I piy of a large plan to make Portland
tha city praotlcai and the city beautiful
of tha west This plan, whloh will deal
with the location of parka, boulevards,
clvlo center, , traffic arteries, city
drainage, and. not least, harbor im
provement, will ba published and used
as a guide In all futura Improvements.
A Ions; time will bo required for tha
Dr. S. VT. McClnra. head of tha dairy w. Novas, president of the IUlnola Man
department of tha bureau of animal In- J ufacturers association; Colonel Charles
dustry, promised for the making efV Mills, former secretary of tha 1111
teets In tha vicinity of Portland will nola . state - board of agrloulturej Pro-
be aaked for. Dr. E. A. Pierce, Dr. AB-1 lessor jcagene ia.venpprt, dean or the
drew c. Smith and Dr. Tenney, local I eoiiega oi agriculture, ..and Bdmund J.
members of tha ataU health board, have I James, president of the University of
agreed aoiooa themselvea that It Is I Illinois, ine portrait was unveiled by
within the nower of tha board to for-iie Aiunei Mccormick, granddaughter work. Tn rant it win nmhitii .
.Md the sale of tnllk from cows diseased I of Cyme Hall McCormlck and also I stop. Until the city's growth stops.
with tuberculosis. They consider it I granaaaugnter .or jonn u, KOcKereiier. Meantime, nothlnc- unnecessarv will ba
their duty to protect the health of thai Zn Bla Centennial Tear. I done, -and an improvement once made
reople and to rule now and finally I Tha time for placing the McCormlck will be permanent and adequata to the
ewlnst the use or sale Of tubercular I portrait in the "Hall of Fame" waa heeds of the city's larsest expansion.
milk. Dr. IPerca and his associates con-1 approprUtely chosen, as . the present Members of the Architects' club, in
elder milk from animals thus diseased j year marks, tba centennial of the birth confirming Mr. Lawrence's appointment
no better than poisons . I0f the celebrated inventor. The life of a,s a member of the executive commit-
Wo xnie Prom Slseased Cows. I Cyrus Hall McCormlck was a career of tee Of the civlo leae-ue. expressly stlrju-
AcnnrdfnsTv. a. mlln haa baen nnt. I Dluckr enersrv and of ilnal anoMUL Ma I lated that Mr. Lewrence should re-
pa red and its toassara anticipated for-1 was the son of a Virginia farmer Wholce,ve instruction, acting In the ca-
blddlng from the time of the announoed I had himself spent .a large part of an00" named, only from the Architects'
completion of the tuberculin test, or active Ufa In his endeavors to make ajdub whole, so that any auggestlon
July 1, 1910. the sale or use of milk j machlna to do the work of the alokle t governorship over his actions ex-
from eowi,not by test shown to be and the Cradle, but ha had failed. Thelrc,8I ny one firm, might be pre-
free from consumption. At the same eon took the task as an Inheritance. I vented. v
tlmt It la underatoml that in ft Hi e thA I He Succeeded . not Onlv In nerfntlTi I The final act Of the club was to
members of the board are heartily In I the reaper, but In arrangement for the J dopt a motion recommending the com
f avor of the state recomnenslna' tha I construction and sale 'of the machines. I petitive scheme for the submission of
owner of a cow which la killed because His capacity for business waa not In- DlnB 'or the new Jefferson High
found affected with tuberculosis, and f erior to his inventive faculty. HajbooL Tha motion Included the wish
ere ready to use their Influence as in I built up at Chicago one of the greatest I of th architects that completion of the
dividual and as an organization to ob-1 Manufacturing- establishments of theP,an" fop the new West Side High
tain legislation, which will prevent un-1 world.
due hardship being : imposed upon thai
t on.. n4 a,,vjlr whit. . U I
providing for the best possible means 1 ?u 'lbl. until de
or eradicating disease. An additional! 'w"",',w
ruling anticipated on tha part of the Standard Tor Oertifloate.
state board of health Is in regard to Milk reaching the standard thus given
sanitary dairy barns and dairy equip-Me capable of certification by tha state
ment. This ruling will be strictly in I board or health. Many local dairymen
harmony with the big posters which I re making such radio! Improvements
came recently from the state printer!1 tneir; aames mat it is expected a
and which Dr. "STenner Is havlna- dig. ( number of them will, hpott examination.
tributed among, the dairymen of the make the grade of 85 points out of a
state. - . .. ., v i posaiaie wo, wnica is necessary. zor the
Want Dirt Pre Saras. certificate and the business prestige
The health board has no Jurisdiction I wrncn attaches to it. Dr. Tenney stated
over the cleanliness or the dairies oth-1 "i ocai memoers or tne
school be delayed until the cltv nrao-
tlcal plans have been completed, thus
maamg tne scnoot one of the first In- ,
Istltutlorrs to fit into the nrenaratlons
nd practical construction work of
rr than Is expressed In recommenda
tions.! These recommendations they
have made in large number, believing
thatfit wip' riot be jposalble Juve
d iJry herds free from disease in barns
teat are not free of dirt, and that, fur
thermore, it will hot be possible to
Reduce milk the purity of Which the
lfKrd can. certify to unless the dairy
ri uipment Is clean, modern, and kept
. "Class A, or certified milk." reads
11 poster which the dairymen are put-
Tin g up in conspicuous places on their
itemises, "is to be clean, raw, milk,
) jm healthy cows as determined by the
tperculln test and veterinary phy-
fj ;ai'. examination. Tne milk to be
.lit AAiliMiil tmft. AfUuitl.lAia m ik., 11
- . r mmwto. uniTviti
4fnply with all the requirements of
its poster.' The bacterial count to hot
jSteed 15,000 per cubia,,cehtlmetef of
i"-:k for the months of June, July and
A txust, before or after which the bac
terial count shall not exceed 10,000 per
ruble centimeter of milk at the time
of delivery to the customer. The milk
i v hc ueiivereu i u ruga riiBrnmao im
itf ed containers and the temperature
cf? the milk not to exceed 60 degrees i
state board or health will leave for
eaiem tomorrow morning. An ad- 'Portland, Or, Deo, 15. To Editor ofi
f"ur"e" T "S,W1" 09 ne,a at once Medford Tribune Referring to an edt
Jlf Sn irVS aS0O?3aa? :ul th2 ter,a tnahe iesue of the 6th instant,
usual customs Dr. S. W. MoClure of of tha Medford Mail-Tribune, wherein
. r "r ,uuw is ex- u is stated that the Oregon State Hor
pected to be present to confer With the ticultural society neglected at Its recent
irult rroweri nf MMfnH anrf Ii.ii.
un.u -Tuui? nuju. i a uviivvm you ntvfl Deen mis-1 I
i TSf1 "'"paten to ine Jonmal.) . i miurmoa in regara to tne matter, and)
wr v-i t jy. ui.. iyu. jo. i ne Ta mrt.i I rnar. RiTnniiern th. .ni.tv v, .i.
White Swan mine., known all over tha intereat. said fruit imiw.F. i
coast, through the operations of Ietaon hibitlons and meetings, the latter have
n.ail OIJ at trustee's sale thus far not responded as they should!
to D. W. JVench, of this city. The mine have done.
was controlled by a party ot eastern The president of the society. H. C. '
PJ 8t,'.Dd last 8Ummer tnv 'fteJ Atwell. invited several persons owning '
ta putphe-aeeeeeary mooey, r stnd- the rM7-rtkrnogntWt
LrivPeerr r(ZLt9Ah?, hn" of - em being c! E. Whistler, to!
celver. George T. Cullen. was annoint. anhmit . .
ior Diaa. Judge Davis today confirmed
mo saie or tne mine and the local par
u win lane cnarge.
The per capita circulation of
in me unitea states is- 134. 88. accord.
lng to the latest Official figures Issued
oy tne government.
M Br, Bag ar CaBSBsselaa.
Hmmi th bmM at thM Wrassw.
'Cr. CULL'S 5
fw (Waa, OoUa, Baaa
VflMsaV faattttitfeasag aflsast'sBaaV
aa4 Sat Ske'saaaf'at
) aM4 dm at la auaas.
j Esaore, MX
jVjOTIIEES ahouH U
careful about bolds
and ooucrha that affect
their cluldren. It is not
only dangerous but abso
lutely cruel to experi
ment on little ones with
unsafe and untried rem
edies. The baby as well
as the older brother and
gitcr iJionld be giroi a safe and
reuacie remear. ix. xsull'g
congherrupissoch. A record
of cure prove it There is no
can per to the child from its usee
Slmriiv cfnt It aa AirartmA mnA
m wui an am, ctst, quhX relief; levond, tpecdy
riddaaoeof the cold and coofh, Children Like it
because so pleasant to the taate, and tnot her praise
" owcawao so pmmpf ana esecUTe, Homes that
aavs uu refoedj hand, o3 no terrors.
Meaini and Haaa4tcss shared ay CXU4
ead Mother. r
Chitmrs m-ra. J a Brrtea, ! X. afarAteld
Tv Tr;""! U tCooifc fjmtp Baialy for
mT ! rf1" " He bM rl o.Ud. thia
taif aa4 Uw trrap cum him each tin. 1Ta &w
irtf'.,llni.rlirt-1 U Ball'. Coork
yea m 1 saast ke aalteW viU U.
OnTTES, if vi or ooe of the children hers a
cold or cough. K-f u- lmm.i,:.
wnor-coopa, rnpr etc., first UH that trosU
ronhy redr. Dr. Ruil'a fWli rM
yoj spend ary of yoar mtwr. .
M e want toe ta have i-r!iri w r 4 . t t.
before yoo bey a bouie. Wriie today for the
FREi: TRIAL DOTTLE
- aU WUII J
ZZQZTST TZU.LD gAXX tat ilCriTKX
arara To g4V errta ta ms nnt
A rM A. C KITH t CO, JUltla-, ttL
-re-a l-e rv f-erfert acfefy to t-S 5tw.
the before mentioned meetlne. but thv
were unable to do so, furthermore, the I
president solicited and obtained special j
caan prises, as ronows: 25 for the
best box of Yellow Newtown Pippin ap
ples from Jackson county, Oregon $26
for the best box of Spitxenberg apples
from Jackson county. Orea-on.
Cash prixes were offered because It!
was thought they would be more ac- j
ceptable to some people than silver cups, '
but so far as I know, no entries - re I
made from Jackson county, for either of
these prises or for anv of thm. nih.r.'
that were open for general competition, i
oAoepi mat me jjurreii urchard company I
entered a box of Cornice bears, which
happened to be In , Portland, and won ,
nanosome silver cup, although ha
pears were scarcely up to the orchard!
run la' quality; nevertheless, that, -t.!
tracted considerable attention, as many j
people had never before seen a Cornice
Instead f flndina- fault with th. I
Oregon State Horticultural aocteiv h.
fruit growers of the Rogue river valley
should bestir themselves and aDDolnt r
some one, or a committee, to secure)
fruit for th annual exhibitions of this i
society at Portland, also nieces on thai
program- zor th speakers from said !
Taney, aa tn meetings of the society
offer a legitimate and excellent means
for advertising Medford and the coun
try tributary to It
- m auitBi neia to work i
.5 aecure peopU and money for
Medford and Vicinity, as It Is cloaa by I
and th advantage should be taken ofi
evary opportunity that occurs there, or '
elsewhere, t advertise the-wonderful ,
productiveness of the ttomi riv
TO JLilSE FUNDS FOR
t PAA3LV-PACIFIC FAIRi
iCnlteg Preaa LnH Wlr. 1
eaa rranclsco. Dec is wim tha an.!
t-muiinii i a. committe or liv citl
sens to oerv aa an executive body, !
the preliminary or ran! xa tin .
fund for th 2aBania-Pariric ...i
tion. proposed for Saa Prancleco In
llt. 1 completed. At a iu.tir.
tha promotere of th exnoaitlnn i
evening the aarfio cf tha men art.A m
b aaked t erv as a ,hiu
ways sod means wara druvimm
tha actual work of Blannin- ..
big fair wui bg1a Inunediately.
It la believed that on. of the first
tape th commit tea will taks will be
ttitrtm ror a ruinniM ra
.uLn-Tiwq rj wru merrr.ar.ta, spon
which their fvtur work may be beed.
A ccamonlrttki received from Con
Crairaa JulU Kahn stated that a re
qvest for a raerona cor rriUinl .yx.
prctrtaiK ha4 already t-n made, af.d
laat Clirmian nnw at Watingtoti bad
eigalfiad thtr wi;iJrre t nt. fisn
1 aeeletanc t tha rf-V-
SUITS, WAISTS, .SKIRTS
BCaanfaettirCs Samples Bsonred at Be-
daoed mo. '
Th handsomest range of samples' of
inaies- suits, rurs ana rancy waJsts ever
snown in tne city of Portland. Most
desirable for Christmas presents and
at popular prices. Be ur and vote
for the 1810 Kimball piano when you
make your purchases. McAUea & Mc
Donnell, Popular Prlc Dry Goods Store,
corner Third and Morrison streets. Noted
for beat 'goods at lowest prices.
. Th water' board at a meeting yes
terday afternoon heard the petition of
a number of larg business houses of
Portland for a special meter rate for
users of larg quantities of water.
Mayor Simon, assured Manager M. C.
Dickinson of the Oregon hotel, at th
conclusion of marka made by Mr.
Dickinson to the board, representing
the argument for a; special rate, that
the matter would be talun up by fti
board and special consideration given It
In making up th new rat eohedul for
Besides Mr. Dickinson other larg In
terests were represented at the meet
lng. Some of these were the North Pa
cific Terminal r company, the Troy
laundry and tha Crystal Ice company.
The bill of the terminal company ag
gregates IS0O a month, yet no special
rate Is mad for th company,. which
pays' Just a much per gallon a the
consumer, who bill Is only SS eents a
SKULL IS CRUSHED;
. LI.VKS TO. TESTIFY
(prHal Dlasateh The Jooraati J '
Baker City, Or Dea 18. J. 3. B,urns
of Copperfleld ws yesterday placed on
trial . In the circuit court , for assault.
8o severe waa the beating he gave his
victim. Fag Haw ley, that for several
day Hawley'a life wss despaired - Of.
liawley rode Into Copperfleld and after
becoming Intoxicated sold hie 'horse to
a gambler, .who In turn sJd U to Burn,
who ran th livery staule. - Th next
morning Hawley, .who had no recollec
tion " ot selling his horse, cured his
animal and atari aj bom llurna ai.il
his partner, Charles Bpralt. gv iIm
and soon overtook Hawley, It la si
logtKl Oittt tlicy beat him ovrr tha Juad
.with the butt of revolver, fracturing
the skull ni-ur the base of 4he' brain iul
over th right temple. They lwi broke
his jaw bone. It is aald.. and placed Jil
hands on rocks and inaalied them with
their guns. They brought Hawley ljuck
wli'u his feet tlfd under the liorae, hie
hand tied to the rear of the suddl
and a rope fastened from bis, neck to
the horn of the saddle. '
iiawloy was brought to-(his tfty and
for several days lingered near death,
finally recovering. He is now ready
to appear against the men who sr al
leged to have almost caused his death.
An European Inventor has brought
out a parachute hood which he claim
may b used on 'any aeroplan without
hindering Its flight, yet which will pre
vent disaster kbould th machine fall.
Pcndflll-Rust Wedding. :
Lexington, Va-.Dec. 15. The wedding
or Him t-uy Lawrence Rust of this city
and Thomas Miller Fend all of . Wash
ington, which took place this af ter-
noon In th Robert K. De Memorial
church, attracted a number of prominent
guests from out of town. The cere
mony at the church waa followed by a
large reception at the home of th
bride" parents, General and Mrs. .Ed
ward West Nichols. ;,..- - ,. j
The bride is connected with one of the
- ' m,mmmrm'
Honored x by Women
Wbea weaiea speaks of ber
lleot seeret suffering he
treats yea. MHIioae have be
(towed this ' goark 'of ooa
deaoe oa Dr. R. V.- Plrc,
of Buffalo, N. V. K Erry
where there ere womea who
bear witness to the wonder
working, eortni-Bower of Dr.
PiercV Favorite Preecriptio
which seres the tnfftrint
fnm Pi. aod (uoceeifullf
ripple with woman's week
esses and $tuHm flit.
. .'I-. --
IT MaKE5 WEAK VVOHEN STRONQ
v IT I1AKE9 SICK WOMEN WELll
No woman's appeal wee ever misdirected or her
idenc ' minplaced wbsa she . wrote for ad vie
. the WoaL&tt Duuniasy Msdical Aiiociation, Dr.
K, V, fierce, President, Buffalo, si. I. ,. .
DA Pifcm' Ptmuwt fVMs Uiocm mild maturtl howti atareawaf o s aay,
Morrison at Seventh
, Sold on Easy Payments.
See the Christmas Window Displays-Morrison Street and Seventh StreetDon't Fail td See "Santa Claus
" ' and Toyland" Corner Window The Children Will Enjoy;It Immensely. ;; ; ; t r v
THOSE GOOD OLD
ft 7wH .
They're " m s t r i g h t "m for
Christmas giving -there's a
place for them in every home.
All that is good and practical is
embodied in the "-quaint." Our
showing of i these pieces is in
the favored fumed finish that
rich nut brown, and most of the
chairs, rockers, davenports and
settees are ither upholstered in
or have the large loose leather cushions, of a harmonizing shade.
And. theh. there are'the many other pieces the stools and tabour
ettes, library tables, magazine racks, umbrella stands, bookcases,
etc. Ah arm rocker in the fumed oakr as low a $7.50. "
Down and Cotton" fcomforts, Wool Blankets,
Down and Feather Pillows Sixth Floor. v
- a"e"aeaaaBseaBBaajasB - - (
SCANNING THIS i LIST MAY SUGGEST
SOMETHING UNTH OUGHT OF .
Sewing Rockers in eolden oak finish as Mow as 81.75.
Ladies Desks in mahogany, golden oak, walnut and
oirdseye maple..' in mahogany as low as $9.Z5. In
golden oak, $8.75. . - '
Roman Chairs in golden oak plain and carved backs
and arms. S12.00 and up. ,
r ..... ...... .. , . ,
v-omion rm xocKers in goiaen oaic ana manogany -with
leather seats and some with leather backs. In golden
oak as low as 38.50. .
Center Tables all woods -all finishes in solid oak, gol
den finish as low as 83.45.
Macey Sectional Bookcases in golden oak, fume'd oak
and mahogany. .
Toilet Table Chairs -two dainty designs' in eolden oak"
and birdseye maple, at 86.25.
That every one of our high
grade Waists and - Blouses
are grouped in this ($ilt
means that "youf Christmas
selection will be easy, There
are the importedi Blouses-
all hand made and ' of real
Irish . crochet and nets with
bugle trimming and hand
embroidery and the Acft
Waists in rich color effects
and braid trimming. Also
beautiful rhiffon, silk and
rri e s s a 1 i n e Waists, hand
made, in white, black and all
colors. Sires 32 to 46. Waist
and - Blouse Section First
Floor. " 1
At $9.75 .
Waists and Blouses that sold
for $11.50, $12.50, $16.50,
$17.50, and tip to $19.50.
Waists that sold from $20.00
up to $32.50.
Ij"? j . tA- Jrtr"l JMasMBs'i r '"Hfca? I
TOYS . - TOYS
4 -tr r,?rt
the variety U to arnaxirtg; -the assortment so eomblete that one
-finds many welcome suggestions here in tvhat to chobse for the
, children's gifts. The Mechanical Toys those wonderful little .
Automobiles, Trolley Cars, Steamboats, Ixjcomotives, Road Roll
ers, JwororDoats, rnnting tresses, etc. they will delight the boy
of mechanical turn of mind. The Dolls ybtiU know what "dofl
an is wnen you nave seen tnose beautiful "Kestner" and "Stock
inet" Dolls from Germany." And Vehicles rows of them.' Wag
ons, Velocipedes, Tricycles, Touring Cars, etc, and a complete
line of Doll Carts and Doll Cabs.
Toy Bargains Tomorrow Toyland
Extra heavy made Toy Garden Wheelbarrows, all steel boAi surf
steel' wheels. Four sizes: ' " . "
Special at ...... 49f : Special at ,.68
bpecial at ..............75? -J Special at .,. ......80e
No. 1 size Wood Carts. SDecial at...... ' '.. 12
No. 2 size Wood Carts, special at fi... ... .. . la
No: 3 size Hay Carts, special at : ' iai
Two sizes in All-Wood Wheelbarrows, each: '
siicg ii ,.,..,.....,..., special at ....... ......t.avt
Perhaps you know of someone
who would be agreeably sur
prised to receive , a Chafing
ui&u as a uifjstmaf gitu. htfn .
. liere's your opportunity for
buying today and tomorrow
in the Basement Store.
Chafint Dish at f S.9S Full
nickel plated; regularly $8.00.
Chafing Dish at f 5.75 Reg
ularly $7.00; full nickel plated,
with ebony handle.
Chafing Dish at f 7,25 Qf
brass witn ebony handle: regu
larly $9.S0. , v ,
Chafing Dish at f 8.90 Full
nickel plated, with rosewood'
handle; regularly $12.00.
Chafing Dish Set at f 21.00 -Chafing
dish, , alcohol flagon.
tray, flame shield, fork - and
spoon, with ebony handles.
This set In copper. Regularly
Chafing Dish Set at 34.25
Consists of same nieces as
above - set. - full " nickel plated; -regularly
Gents Chiffoniers and
Shaving Stands Two
s p 1 e n d 1 d gift pieces
that will appeal-to him.
Two Sizes Low-Priced.
Extra heavy' Rugs in the Re
versible Smyrna, weave and
in correct reproductions of
the genuine Navajo Indian
Reg designs and colors.
These two popular sizes are
specially priced today and
tomorrow. Carpet Depart
The 50 in. by 60 in. size .
regtilarly $3.75, at, 82.G3.
The 3 ft. by 6 ft size regu
larly 5.73, at .Vj.
Cut Glass, China, Carving Sets, Jardinieres, Andirons In the Basement.
Decorated Dinner Sets Xmas Bargain
From the Basement Crockery Section comes this mid-week offering of 50-piece and 100-piece
Dinner Sets a selection of five patterns with just the rariety that makes choosing easy. To-
day and tomorrow.
50-Piece Set at ?8.25 The "Mount Ver
non" white and gold decoration, in semi
porcelain. Regularly $10.00. .
50-Piece Set at 895 In the "Carlisle
fink rose decoration, stml-porcelain. Reru
arly $11.50. . ,
100-Piece Set at S13.50 In blue and white
semi-porcelain. R egu lar ly $20.0 J.
100-Pieca Set at $18.50 The Coloniaf pat
tern; white and gold, in semi-porcelain. Reg
100-Piece Hariland Seta at $54.00 -Two
decorations to choose from at this special
price; in green and gold and in rink and
gold. Kegularly $05.00.
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