The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, January 19, 1910, Page 18, Image 18

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-v THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, .WEDNESDAY EVENING, ., JANUARY, , 10. ' 1010.
OFFERS REALTY
from Mr. Bttnkner to glra'tha board
rent frn a 1J by It foot room on1h
third floor of tha new bulldlnR. with
tha provlao that the board member
would take offloea on thla floor, Ky
meana of which It la proponed to make
exchange in tha new Stlckney building.
Ita central location and tha fact that
fully 0 per cant f (he real aatate
operator hava office within two
block of the alte of the
The North western Truat comnanr T. ' 1.
nettrrll tha Oregon Land Information
Bureau and O. P. VTalcott. i
Tha next meeting of tha board will b
held about February IS, when It la probs
able that definite action will be taken
on Mr. Stlckney'a -proposition ot free
E
ture make It an Ideal blare whir the
uie third floor or the new atructure a
Droxera may meet, . ,
'he propoaltlon of Mr. Btlokney pro
headquarfera for realty men.
quarter for tha realty exchange. .
Mr. Stlckney'a . propoaltlon waa read
to the board yeatarday at Ita regmlar
vide ror lurnmninr rre light, heat and
Jimltor aervlce tor tha exchange. In
addition he agree to put up a large
blackboard In the room for the nee of
realty board member In Hating their
propertlea. ' Steel .vault: j.wljl be.ln
atalicd In tha auartera and tha neces
A large gray wolf, ; with headquar
tera about 20 mllea up Crooked "river,
has been destroying yearling to such
monthly mating and waa favorably re
ceived. Spcretary Rountree waa In
tructtxl to thank Mr. Htlokney for the
That the Portland Malty board will
. take quarters In the Rallwajr Rxahange
butldlnrp which will t erwt-d by II. O.
V SllckDfy Mid nnsorlatfi. ) the belief
k";Of the oCflfer and many mrmbera of
,th board. Oaorga Ht-haik, representing
i the realty board, drew a propoaltlon
an' extent lately that the ftookmen have
.ireneroue offer, and a committee waa
numed to take up the matter and din
cuaa It more fully with him.
Members of the realty board almoat
without exception expreaa 'themaelvea a
be.lna: In favor of locating the realty i
become deeperate, aaya the rrinevuie
Review. A subscription Jiaper naa oeen
circulated and now carrlea a combined
puree of tHO for the huntsman who 1
sary furniture furnlahed.
At the monthly board meeting yea
terdav the following realt nnrralon
tor it men put as much as $20 to thi
were elected membera of the Institution '
rurvd.
Boyt and Girls Send in Your Composition on "Why Children Like to Visit The Meier & Frank Store'
EVERY $15 SUIT'and OVERCOAT in
the house at this SPECIAL PRICE "
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BOARD NOV HUM
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Yon May Get the BrownlekarAgentt for John Brown Linens Tree Tea Served Free, 7th Fl. Rcst'rnt
lEeGreater Meier (S Frank Store's Annual
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ClearanceSalePresentsUnrivaledBargains
New Foulard Silks Very Popular-Priced, 89c, $1.09
Purchase the materials now for a smart Spring Gown and have first and' fullest choice from this superb lot of
new Cheney Bros.' Foulards. Attractive patterns and colorings and a great assortment to choose from.. One
of the most wanted fabrics for Spring wear, and while these silks are fresh and new, f m gg
priced at. the yard . P"Ct 5pIU"
Handkerchiefs
Worth 15c at 7c
Women's Kerchiefs, of good ' quality,
slightly soiled and mussed, a fine as
sortment of styles and patterns; 1
regular 10c to 15c values at, each I L
Great cleanup of soiled Handkerchiefs,'
embroidered, hemstitched and scalloped
edges; these are regular 25c val- A
ties; special in this sale at, each -LUL
65c Pillow Top Special at J3c
A sneciat assortment nf itimnrH anrt
tinted Pillow Top's, with backs to match, floral and con- OQ
ventiona.1 designs, ready to embroider, 50c -65c values, at 40L
5000 YaTds of?
40cRibbonat2Ic
Satin taffeta and all silk Ribbon, six
inches wide; comes in black, white,
cream, brown, cardinal, navy, light blue,
pink, nile and lavender. Take advantage
of this great special. Regular Ol
40c values and 5000 yards in lot AC
Reg. $1.30 Underwear at 69c
Women's Knit Underwear, cream color,
mixed wool,. vests with high necfc and long sleeves, tights ankle
length; all regular sizes; values up to $1.50 the. garment. PQ
Specially priced for. this Clearance-Sale at, per garment "vv
Mnrsday's ;Big 4" Specials fcg&g
The bargains below are ONE-DAY SPECIALS. Those who would benefit by this liberal value-giving must
come for these remarkable offerings Thursday. Read carefully and see what very unusuaj bargains they are.
omen's .tailored ;SnjtsgS..$J 3.95
One of the Big Four on sajfrin the big second floor Snit Section Women's and Misses' Tailored Snitt Of
hometpnn, serge, cheviot, two-tone diagonal worsteds and broadclothsThe colors are brown, aero,
drab, sage, olive, navy, striped suver grey, raisin, walnut and fancy stripes and
mixturesThey come in short, medium or long style coats, semi or
plain tailored or fancy trimmed Regular values to S33.50, special Thursday
Tomorrow, One of the
"Big 4"22 Bars
Soap for Only
50c
One of the biggest of the big 4 bargains
from grocery section. The market on soap
is soaring, so supply your needs now.
Standard Soap, special for Thurs- fr
day only, twenty-two bars for. .DUC
XLNT, GOLDEN STAR OR VICTOR
SOAP, special in the Grocery Depart- CA
ment, for Thursday only, 14 bars for OUC
Women's 50c and 75c
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Hosiery for
Thursday, Pr.
26c
A Hosiery special for one of the "Big 4"
Thursday specials. 500 dozen Women's
Hose, in plain and fancy lisle embroidered
boots, lace boots or plain fine thread lisles
in assorted colors. Reg. 50c to 75c -
grades. Special Thursday, pair ZuC
Rbyal Steel Granite
ware, 23c Vals. J p
Thursday Only aft' C
"Big 4" special from the Basement for
i nursday. Lipped Sauce Fans, 3-auart
size, Royal steel gray jranite. i ij
Worth regularly 23c. Thursday 1 C
500 No. 8 Roval Steel Grav Tea Ka
ties, regularly worth 80c each. )
Special for Thursday's sale, ea. UJC
2-qt. Coffee Pots, reg. 40c each, spec'l 29f
Our Great "Annual WhitP ISai" Rpinrc tKo
Wonderful Bargains in Lingerie - Six Huge Lots
Seldom does one have the opportunity, of choosing from so large an assortment even at regular prices and. with all the' roods
... ... ... .. t f"-"""-'"". -.tncC jaic prices me cnoosing is ot wonderful variety. Make your selec
tions fre-m 10O.0..O pieces, and an endless assortment of patterns, cut and trimmings. Every grade and every sort of garment
lihprallv rcnritpntp coin tViof 'e f -i;., iU. t. i -t- , . .... J '"-
... . ..w.i ... vi. .1 .-.an. iua. 10 taivillt LUC IUWI1 1JV S )mi. I3.tff 2rtl"ltiln rra ri 41, i 1 1 ....
- nno miviiuiiiviiai lul in Dnrrs
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LOT ONE Corset Covers, Chemise and
Drawers, 40c. values, and vyorth your QC
consideration. Clearance Sale .price OC
LOT TWO-.N'ight Gowns, Drawers, Corset
Covers and Chemise; regular $1 gar- (2ft
ments. Special Clearance Sale price OiC
LOT THREE D r a w e r s, Corset Covers,
Gowns, Combination Suits and Pet-'OfT-
t7C
ticoats; $1.2S to $2.25 values, special a
LOT FOUR-Gowns, Corset Covers
binations, Petticoats and Chemise P
and Drawers, vals. from $1.75 to $2.50 V
LOT FIVE Gowns, Petticoats, Corset Cov
ers, v-onioinations, Jjrawers and
Chemise; $2.25 to $3.50 values.
LOT SIX Gowns, Petticoats1 Drawers. Che
mise, omDinations and Corset
Covers, values to $4 garment at.
$1.69
wers. Che-
$2.67
Perrin's.$2 Gloves $1.29
An assorted' lot of women's Gloves, Perrin's
make, in glace kid finish, pique seam; also im
ported tanne cape, tans, grays; sires J" QQ
hVt to 7: $2 vahies; take advantage at PAwt
Women's Kid Gloves, in glace finish, suedes or
capes, broken lines, all colors and sizes; QfJ '
values to $1.50 pair. - Clearance price, pr. VOC
Women's fleeced and silk lined Gloves, 2-clasp
Style, in black, gray, mode, tan and brown; these
are jreguiar $1 the pair. Special Clear- Arj
a rice Sale price riow given on them of TcC
Women's" Neckwear, in
broken lines; Jabots,
Ruffs, Stocks, . Dutch
Collars; mussed: val
ues to $2. Spe-S OtZ0
ciat at, each. . , 4tl v
Hemstitched Scarfs in
plain or drcsden ef
fects, regular $1.50 val
ues. In this Clearance
sale will price QQ
them to .you at OC
All Umbrellas Reduced
ho need to be without a rain shield w,hen good
ones cost so little here. The coming months
are just when you'll have the greatest need for
a good umbrella, and we're selling the very best
sorts here at reduced prices. Men's, women's and
children s umbrellas, regardless of regular prices,
all . at bargain prices. For example wes offer:
Mens- and women's
Umbrellas, regular
$3.50 and $4 (IJO QQ
values now V"0
Men's and women's
Umbrellas, regular
$4.50 and $5 PQ QQ
values now vOuO
M CT1 A Sinn wrMViAn'a
'Umbrellas, regular
$6.00 to $&00 A QQ
values now VTitO
Men's and women's
Umbrellas, regular
$8.50 to-$10 dfC 4Q
values flow
Mens and women's regular $10.50 to JCT
SS.00t Umbrellas specially priced at. . V UU
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These are the equal of any $20 suit or
overcoat of other stores, X v'
Balance 'of our MEN'S $10 SUITS and
OVERCOATS at this SPECIAL PRICE
$185
WHEN YOU SEE IT IN OUR AD IT'S SO
MOVER
Third and Oak
First and Yamhill
First and Morrison
Si
Si
Final
Clearance
$15,$18,$20
Overcoats
Raincoats
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The importance of this Final Clearance
Sale of Overcoats and Raincoats is based
not only on the low price but on the high
quality of the garments as well And
there's wide varietyover twenty styles
in Regulation arid Military cut. Materials
afford extensive showing fancy fabrics as ,
well as staple grays and blacks.
J. L BOWMAN & CO.
POPULAR PRICE CLOTHIERS ' V
FIFTH AND ALDER STS.
You Are Going to Paint
Your House this Spring
it
You will either tiuy your own
material or your painter will fur
nish it j-
In either caae, be wtae and e
to it that a paint 1 uaed that i
made eepeclally to meet tha re
quirement of our pecullir
CLIMATE
Ask your dealer tot
BASS-HUETER PAINT
It la mad right here on the
eoat to be uaed exclusively in
thla western country.
If, by chance. It la not sold In
your town, please write us your
need and the name of your lead
Ing hardware firm, and we will
do the rest
h Bass-iiueter Paint
Company
Painless
Dentistry
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Buy Your Piano This Week and
" Save Money
We save you from, $50 to $100 on your piano at all times, but If you
cut out the following- coupon and present It , at our store any day thi
week It will count that much as a first payment on any new piano in
LV'aIV lowet ! P1ce. No. Ue of flgurins on balloon or
Jor -fW- when all you have to do is to dip one from',
.n J fL Pre.8t.nt our Btoret wherJ It means real money to you1
and the biggest bargains in the city. Call and be convinced..
$35.
GOOD FOR
Mnuary 18th, 1810
THIRTY-FIVE DfH j. A R S
ROTBirSSaT-SOXrui rXAXO CO:
10 Fifth1 Street. Next Door to Parkin Hotef -
HOVENDEN-SOULE PIANO M
aoM Fillings ICQ
Entmtl Fiinnn 100
8llw Filling .60
Into nillnH
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PiatH O.UU
Bnt Rxl Ruk. I
w win u. bar Plt . 7.5D
M mm tmirnrn m Min Pimla.a F.MIU. fift
fatnjeM itrutioa Free wha plate or bridn work
lierdend. Oonraltatlon Tree. Toa eannot A battiw
IwlnleMtrork don anywhere. All work fulir (uar
atnteed. Moaemlectrie egolpmeat. Best nietlioda
Wise Dental Co:
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