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OIUIGON 'D.ML . JQUKNAL, PORTLAND, FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 13, 1910.
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...Florence Robert's in "The Nte-'r."
Tinker 'The-Honor of the Family."
Huns;a1ow . "A Broken Idol."
CiThfum , Vauievin
"rand J. ..... . .Viiu.levii'e
rHtitafcs ... , Vaudeville
I'yric . . , "In Morocco'
Mar .".Moving i'ietures
'- W'EATHICU FORECAST.
Sound , Moderate southeasterly
Strait and Coast Brisk southeasterly
Portland and Vicinity Occasional
rftln tonight and Saturday; southeaster
ly winds. i
Oregon Fair east, occasional rain
west' portion tonight and Saturday;
southerly winds, brisk along the coast.
' Washington Fair cust, rain west
portion tonifiht and Saturday; south
easterly winds, brisk along the const.
IdahoFair tonight and Sal -i".
Historical v Society ; Election The
twelfth annual meeting of the Oregon
Historical society will be held In the
council chamber, city ball tomorrow
: at 2 o'clock for , the presentation of
annual reports, election of officers lor
the coming year and for the transac
tion of 'any other business that may
be necessary. Judge F, ,W. Howay, a
distinguished Jurist of British Colum
bia, residing at New Westminster, will
give the annual address and hla bud
Ject will be "Early Navigation of the
Strait of Fuca with. Especial Reference
to the First Voyage of the Washing
tan." It win be remembered that the
Washington, a 90 ton sloop, was com-
manded by Captain Robert Gray, whew
he left- Boston In 1787. Judge Howay
has been a careful student of North
. Paclflo coajst history for a number of
years, and hence the address Is certain
to be one of much Interest All per
sons Interested In historical , matters
are cordially Invited to be present.
- 'most largely attended meeting In , Its
history, Clan Macleay wo, izz, uraer ot
- Scottish Clans,' Wednesday night elect
ed the following officers for the en
., suing year; Chief, J-.R- Stuart; tan
lst, R. D. Rennle; chaplain. William
Hood; secretary, D. A. Milne; financial
secretary, A. V Matthew ; treasurer, H.
' Dickson; physician. Pr, W. H. Skene;
, senior henchman, .J. Barr; Junior hench
man. "W.Llnklaten seneschal, W. R.
Tomasin; - warden, D. Grief; sentinel,
D. Munroe; organist, F. Klnlayson;
standard : bearer, J. U Qulnn; pipes,
" J. 8. Macdonald, J. Jack and W. a
- ? Tomasin; trustee (for three, years), .A.
Muirhead. The appointment of Past
Chief John A. Patersoa royal dep
uty for Oregon, announced recently,
has given universal satisfaction to the
members of the clan. Twelve new mem
bers wore initiated during the evening.
- Keoeivtd Stolen Property, Myers
Shenkler was fined 50 by Circuit
Judge Gatens yesterday upon entering
a plea, of guilty to a charge of receiv
ing stolen property? having good rea
" son to believe it was -stolen. He pur
chased; or received 800 pounds of cop
per plate, ' worth 8 cents per pound,
which had been stolen by Robert Cole
man from the Htcks-Chatten Engrav
t " ing- company, i. A recommendation for
' clemency waa made by Deputy District
Attorney Page. I .;',- w -J. ;;;
Want 150 . Beturned. Alleging the
Canby Canal company, agreed to sell
them a five-acre irrigated tracj for
$1600 and later demanded $10 annually
in addition for the Irrigation supply, J.
Catherine Barker andVL. I Barker have
begun suit in the circuit court against
the company for the return" of $150
. which they paid down on the land,
"flie extra $10 per year as a perpetual
charge was demanded when they went
to close the deal last August, they say.
l y lv-r husband: her mother, Mrs. J me
Ktc-hards'n of Poena, 111.; one brother,
Jqhn Richardson of 1 McM ijmvilla, and
four sisters Mrs. ""Alice Kelly; Wood
burn, Or.; Mrs. Henry Coin, Woodburn,
Or.; Mrs. Lulu IliWfon, Pavorpnrt,
iovv-a. and Mrs. W. 11. Melvtn,, Wing. III.
Tho funeral was conducted this after
noon from Zcllor-Ryrnes parlors, 694
Williams avenue,, hy Rev. Mr. Dawson.
Interment waa in Ione Fir cemetery.
Mtlvina Hugbey, ;."5 Thirteenth street.
She charges him with a.rault. Olda Is
held In the county Jail upon failure to
give bond of JGQQO. . . .
Solid comfort for eyes by our new
methods.. Crosseyes fixed.- Drs. Freeze
&i Rice, Merchants Trust bids.
Salt Over Willow Flume The Ions of
a willow pluipe left by Mrl. M. R. Over
strct, hairdrerser on Morrison street,
with Mrs. "Georgia, Bathurst, milliner,
brought out a long drawn hearing yes
terday afternoon before Justice of the
Tenee Boll. Export milliners were ques
tioned as to the value of plumes,, and
neither one agreed upon the same
amount. The testimony and evidence
submitted 'to the Justice was so varied
and complicated that Judge Bell said he
would have to take the case under ad
visement. Mrs. Overstreet said she left
a $75 plume with Mrs. Bathurst, who
lost it Suit was brought to recover
the value of the toother. ..
Talk on Kealtn The fourth topic in
the series, of popular talks on health,
being delivered, under the ausp'.ces oj
the. Young Men's Christian Association,
will be given in the association hall this
evening at: 8 o'clock, the subject being
''How; to Meet Emergencies," Dr. K. A.
J. Mackenzie, chief surgeon of the O.
R. & N. . railroad, being the . speaker.
There has been unusual interest dis
played by the public in this course. of
lectures, and as the subject for tonight's
discussion is of t such greatly practical
Importance, and ' in view of D.r. Mac
kenzie's wide experience In ' that class
of work, an unusually large ttendanc
is expected. . '- . '
Ertate of W. W. Holcombr An Inven
tory of the estate of the late Wayne W.
Holcomb, filed In the county court to
day, shows property valued at $16,369.
Holcomb was an rttorney, and left law
books valued at $300, $3384 in cash, and
$10,000 on deposit In 'a bank in Vancou
ver, Wash. Judge Cleeton made an-order
authorizing the payment of $100 per
month to the widow., Mrs. Katie H. Hol
comb, who is the sole heir and executrix
of the will Mrs. Holcomb is preparing
to go to California for her health.
Kir (Tier's dancing party. Woodcraft
hall, Tenth. and Taylor streeU, Satur
day evenings. ... ,
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, W. n.
Lsh, 6th floor Dekum Bldg. Oren
Kenevr yon magazine subscription at
Gill's, 3rd and Alder. Splendid Xmas
C. A. Applegxen, atty., has moved from
Lewis bldg. to 617 Chamber Commerce.
W. A. Wise and associates, painless
dentists, Third and Washington.
Dr. E. C. 3Jrown, Eye, Ear.'Marquam.
t i mini '
Wooster, the gTooer, 408 Wash. . , s
154,000 tons Renton coal sold last
year, "nuf sed." Try some. Tniscott
Fuel Co, 12th' and Overtort ; M. , 65,
A-1665.. :;; .v..:: m
lournal Want Ads bring' results.
Useful! Ornamental and
Boy Thrown rrom Car While alight
ing "from a St. Johns streetcar last even
ing at Union avenue and Burnslde
street) John Elmer, 18 years old, living
with his parents at 1001 North Leonard
street, was pitched from the step and
sustained severe injuries to his head and
shoulder. He is In the delivery depart
ment " of - a local business - house, and
was taking his last package to Thirty
first .and East Oak streets. He was
taken to fit. Vincent's hospital after Dr.
J. M. Batchelder Attended his Injuries.'
: To Protect Bong Birds William A I
Flnley, president of the State Audubon
society, spoke last night at the Y, M.
C. A., making an urgent plea for the
protection during the winter months of
the many song birds that make their
home in this state. He declared that
song birds are rapidly disappearing on
account of cats and lack of food. The
lecture was Illustrated with etereoptlcon
views of the numerous varieties of Ore
gon songsters. -
"Methods of Pruning" "Methods of
Pruning" will be the subject of an ad
dress to . be delivered at the weekly
meeting of orchardtsts ,ln the auditor
ium of the Portland Young Men's
Christian - Association tomorrow night
at 8 o'clock. The speaker win be W.
K. Newell, president of the state board
of horticulture. The address will be
Illustrated, axd the meeting is open to
the pubilo. :', ., r.. rr: .'":,
Stops Snnaway; Sues On the ground
that the man who stops or tries to stop
a runaway horse take his own risk and
cannot claim damages from the owner
of the horse if he is injured, John l.und
gren has Tiled an answer in the circuit
court - denying that he ewes William
Knight anything for, injuries sustained
in checking the speed of one Barney, a
horse. He cays , Knight's act -was yol
" unary and unnecessary... f. ;l,Lj..:,.
Woman Pioneer Dies Mrs. Callie R.
Taylor, wife of D. M. Taylor, died Wed
nesday morning at 8 o'clock at '. her
home, 698 Gantenbein avenue, Although
Mrs. Taylor had been ill for a year,
death was unexpected and came as the
result of heart failure. Mrs. Taylor
Ws born In Peoria, 111., on January 14,
1853, but for 3 S years Portland bas
been her home.. Mrs. Taylor is survived
P. W. Baltes
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First and Oak
142f FOURTH STREET
PHONESi MAIN 816 A 1B55
i Plnd Stolen Watches. rive watches
were found on Charles Hllgren, rooming
at thrf Red Front hotel, 25 North First
street, this morning when he was ar
rested. Ha lodged at the rooming house
last night, and got' ud early this morn
ing. 'While the other men in the place
were sleeping, Hllgren admitted going
from one bunk to another, taking
watches. The watches were Ingersoll
Two "TrustlesnPlgMv Two "trus-
tles" Inthe city Jail got into a fight
yesterday morning and one hit the other
with a stove poker. In the municipal
court the aggressor was sentenced to
the rockplle. He is Frank Cooper. The
man hit with the poker isVxel Walton,
who' was given ' five days for being
drunk., : Walton was" Joking Cooper about
getting such a light sentence while
Cooper got the 30 days. ; B. 1 v 'j;'
Lecture by Dr. Mackenzie Dr. K. A.
X Mackenzie will speak in the Young
Men's Christian Assqpiatlon at 8 o'clock
tonight on the subject, "How to Meet
Emegencies.,' The lecture ', will be
the fourth in a eeries-ot five that is
to be given under the auspjees of tne
physical. department of the association.
It will be open,, to the public . . -
riremn to 1 (Jet , Iffsdala Fire Chief
Campbell was yesterday afternoon in
structed by the fire committee of the
executive board to submit a report outv
lining a plan for the awaVdlng of med
als to be presented to firemen who risk
their llv to save others. The com
mittee is in favor of providing, medals
for heroic deeds. ' ,
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Byna gogus Bervioee. Service will be
held at the Congregation Ahavai Sholom
synagogue, Park and Clay streets, to-?
night at 8 o'clock. Muslo by the choir.
Tomorrow morning's eervlces will be at
0:30 o'clock. Rev. R. Abrahamson will
Charged - With Embesilement R. I
Llllenthal was arraigned before Presld
lng Judge Cleland in the circuit court
yesterday on the charge of embezzling
$602 from the Belfast Importing com
pany. He was allowed until next Mon
day to enter his plea. ,
Conservation Association Meeting
The regular quarterly meeting of the
Oregon Conservation association will be
held in the green room, seventh floor of
the Portland Commercial Club building,
Monday evening, December 19.; , ,,-
, Jlmmie's Got Em I Whatf ' Craven-
ettes,for rainy days,5 and the price to
fit the pockctbook. $20 raincoats for
$11.85. Jlmmle Dunn's Knew Sample
Suit Shop, 315 Oregonian building. Take
China, Cut.Gtass, Copper
. and Brass Novelties.
Bailey: S Co.
' 424 Washington St
Between, 11th and 12th.
Thp Old Reliable
Union Painless Dentists
m ,s , w . ii ii 1 1 Mil
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OUT OP TOWS PEOPIJQ should re
member that our force is so organised
that can do their entire crown,
bridge and plate work In a day if nec
essary. j t . - , ,
Full Bet of Teeth .85 OO
Bridge Work or Teeth Without
Plates 3 50 to 3 00
Gold Crowns ... . . .SKU 50 to 5 OO
Porcelain Crowns . . ..$3-50 to $5 0)
Gold or Porcelain Fillings. .. .$1.00 Up
Silver Fillings... ...... 504 to 100
. 15" Tears Guarantee.
Hours 8 a. m. to 8 p. m.; Sundays,
. 9 to 12.
Union Dental Co.
POST A3TD MOXBZSOV UTS.
that are useful and artistic can
be obtained at lowest pr:
from our large stock of Chi
and Japanese Art Goods. , Cloi
sonne, Satsutna, Ivory ware;
bra ss 'an d bronze ware and th e
most complete line of 'silks,
embroideries, thinaware, kimo
nos, etc. , " -
A Timely Etiggertion. Ladies and
children will find Christmas shopping
easier and will escape crowds On cars
at rush, hours if they will arrange to
do their shopping so that they may re
turn to their homes not later than S
o'clock, each afternoon. :. v
' Whoa Things Swim, or become dim,' It
Is time to see Dr. Geo. Rubenstein, the
optometrist, about glasses. He is an ex
pert optician. Eye-fitting is bis exclu
sive work, and his prices are very rea
sonable. , 189 Third st, near Taylor.
To Dlscntg Improrements-The reg
ular meeting of the Woodlawn Im
provement association will be held to
night ,at 8. o'clock. The question of
water main extension will be dls
cudsed. . r ;,
Holiday Service Between Portland and
Oresham One extra train each ' way;
leave Gresham 7:15 p. m.; leave Port
land 8:15 p, m.. daily except Sunday, In
effect to and Including January 1.
Investigate Beautiful white ' dia
monds. Fine cut, at $12S per carat
Walter A. Lord Co, Ml Sixth street
near Washmgt6n ' . ' 1
A. VwlUeumler, 8SO . Aider Street-
Diamonds, watches and Jewelry, elocks,
silverware and out glass. Store open
' Steamer Jossie Barklns, for Camas,
Washougaf and way landings, daily ex
cept Sunday. Leaves Washington street
dock at 2 p. m. . , ,
Old Jewelry Wanted. We buy 'old
grold and silver. Uncle Myers Collateral
Bank.' 71-pith St., near Oak." '
- Olds Charged - with Assault J. W.
Olds, real estate dealer, with offices in
the Board Of Tradft building, was ar
rested yesterday afternoon by Conntabla
Wagner upon a complaint filed by Mr.
,144 FIFTH ST
- Opposite Meier & Frank - '
Coiiipnf e Our Prices
Wltk tTwxe too he Hen ! the lM Prl".
nd too will that offer joa ultantil .
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work anywhara. no matter ko mock yon w
i bridge wore for out.
jof'towa rtrom la
ion dr it dMired.
frM wban platai or
4 bridge work ia oniftf.
Gold Finincs . tC9
Sllvw FilUnta .50
Good Rsbbor V. m ,
I pi. - . 6.C3
Bt Rod Rubber.
. ... J Plate 7.50
aa.W.fcWl!t,hmmiwMuiu rtlnltH ExirtM .Oil
n nutuueumaa nmm aarr mstmoos
AJ work folly guaranteed for fifteen yoare.
Wise Dental Co.,ic
Painless Dentists .'
ff mnt BulUlncTMrd tnd Wathlneton. P0RTUN0, tV-t
OiUMBomm I A. M. to r. H. uidayo, I tot -
r SO TOtJB
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Per Sou r
cpHvma pri:jti:;c cq
"solicits Ycl'r path crj ace
r?s.-7i rTAfis rrnrxT
FolI'aJ GIb3,:IOCo Morrison at Seventh -11 & GMX2D, 'ti:
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Store Open Saturday Evening and Every Evening Next Week Until 9:80
The Tea Room Will Remain Open Tomorrow' Evening and Every Evening Next VecK Until 8:30.
Unristmas Shoppers Will Find This a Delightful r lace lor Luncn, Atternoon lea and Dinner!
A store full of suggestions for Christmas gifts of the most practical appreciative sort in furniture, rugs, draperies, bcdJinp;
and other homef urnishings ; in women's, misses' and children's wearing apparel; in neckwear, belts and veilings; in waist3
and blouses; in leather goods and novelties; in women's and children's gloves; in crockery, cut glass, fancy china, in art bras3
and copperware; in silverware, carving sets, etc. The store's service, whether you shop today or at the last hour, will enable
:'.v.-'v;';' " " 1 ' ', - .; you to .do so 'with comfort and convenience. C'''.' 'XV '
The 1 : Great; :Tby
Brings a Remarkable Opportunity to Save in Buying Toy Gifts Now,
One-Fomrtli : Of f km All Toy s .
It's the busiest place in the store this '
wonderful Toyiand, and well it. might be,
" for toy buyers are not overlooking the
ajianee- to save and the interesting variety,
which means that" selections can be easily
made. The most wanted toys mechanical,"
musical, animal; the auto vehicles, wagons,
coasters, handcars, ' hobby and rocking
'horses, etc - Arid every little girlV wish
for a dnll is mrt here. I")nll houses", doll ;
cn:foridttirw. doll dresses, doll shoes and stock- '
jJLings, doll trunks, etc.
' Bring the little ( ones m to see Santa
Guts he is here every day. .
' .'.V Concerning things for the dolls these
few as an example .
Furnished Doll Houses-
. . . . .
$1.35 for $1.80 Doll Honses.
$1.88 for $2.50 Doll Houses.
$3.19 for $4.25 Doll Houses. : .
Complete Doll Kitchens '
$3.19 for $4.25 Doll Kitchens,
$2.63 - for $3.50 Doll Kitchens.
$1.50 ; for $2.00 Doll Kitchens.
Doll Stoves and Rangesw
K7 for 75c Doll Ranges.
$1.31 for $1.75 Doll Gas, Ra'ge.
$3.38 fox 4.50 Doll Ranges.
$6,75 for $9.00 Doll Ranges. -
DoU Trunks, Doll Beds, Doll
Boudoirs, Doll Furniture
19 for 25c Doll Trunks.
45 for 60c Doll Trunks. .
T5 for $1.00 Doll Trunks.
60 for 80c Doll Beds.
94 for $1.25 Doll Reds,
$1.24 for $1.65 Doll Beds. ' '
$2.14 for $2.85 Doll Beds. - -30
for 40c Doll Buffets.
53 for 70c Dining Table 'and
$1.13 for $1.50 Buffets. . .
30 for -40c China Cabinets. -..
$3.00 for $4.00. Boudoirs.
$3.38 for $4.50 Boudoirs.
$6.0O for $8.00 Boudoirs.
A merchandise certificate will appropriately solve the ques
tion of gifts yet to be chosen. Christmas cards to go with
your selections. Ask for them. '
, Till ' in 1 1 Hill ' ml
Should kgo on every Christmas package and
tetter. See that yours bear them. .
" Today's' attendants in the ' Red Cross Booth
will be: Miss Florence Clary and Miss Jeanette
Thomas in the morning, and Miss Alice Forbes
and Miss Elizabeth Stwart in the afternoon.
Mrs. George W McBride in charge.
3.98 for Blacfe Sil
Worth $5.95 at $7.50
Waists are much in favor 1 at Christmas
time; so this opportunity will be welcomed
by those whose list of gifts includes a .pretty
.In this group are waists of silk taffeta and
messaliner-the guaranteed, quality. " All .the
newest models strictly plain tailored and
L fancy, styles. Sizes from 34 to 44.
Fancy Waists Lowered in Price In Time
for Christmas Buying. Regular Values
from $12.50 to $45.00. Some Reduced One
Half;, Others One-Fourth. '
Furniture the Ideal Gift
You Choose Here From a Wonderful
'Assortment ot Dependable Gift Pieces
at Prices the Very Lowest -
; Morrte Chairs Good gifts at any time
--especially so at Christmas. In golden
' oak as low as $10.25.
In fumed oak, with ; leather cushion
seats and backs, as low as $25. UpIV
Library Tables Never a better holi-rLp
' day showing than ours right now. In
In golden oak as low as $7.25.
1 -Center Tables With plain and fancy
edge, tops and lower shelves.' The
French leg patterns and those with the
square tapered and spiral legs. . From
11.50 to $95.00. i ' : , v x -
' Reed Chairs" and Rockers" are always appreciated. The Jarge
pieces for 1 living-room or; library and the smaller bedroom or
sewing rockers and chairs. The "Reedcraft" Chairs and Rockers
,in the brown and fumed finishes and some in the natural finish.
Many of them will be chosen this Christmas,
.'A Lady's Arm Rocker in the natural reed at $4.25.
. Other Arm Chairsand Rockers at $4.75, $6, $7.25 up.
f. Desk for the hom Jf-So many of them here that the right selec
tion is assure. In golden oak, mahogany, birdseye maple and.
. fumed oak. $8.50 to $355.00 gives some idea of the remarkable
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EASIEST PAYMENT TERMS TO BUYERS OF FURNI
TURE AND HOMEFURNISHINGS. , ,
' SSSASU to $1.79 and $2.79
. Women who wear , the Rengo Belts enthusias
tically proclaim their 'merits They're the correct
corsets for the average and full figureperform ,
their functions in reducing the abdomen without
discomfort to the wearer
Rengo Belt Cotsets are made of excellent qual
ity coutil and boned throughout with double watch
spring steel, which Is absolutely non-mstable.' High'
or , low bust, long or medium bust, with medium
length hip. '
An excellent model, especially for : short-waisted
figures, is low under arms and not too high a bust
All Rengo Belt Corsets are reinforced through
abdomen with tailored belt,
$2.00 and $2.50 Corsets at 98c
Savings such as these never fail to attract, and
these are unusually' attractive. In this special group ;
is a variety of models to suit all figures stout, me
dium or slender. A good assortment of sizes and
all new and up-to-date models. Made of coutil and
boned with non-rustable steeL Excellent $2 and
$2.50 values. - - -
. For Christmas Giving
Handbags A 'glance at our show
ing brings an impression of new
ness and distinctiveness the kind
that are artistically made and fin
ished of dependable leather th,at
hold their shape. ' And these are
the kind that one wants to give or ,
receive. The mountings, too, gilt -and
gunmetal, are the best and most artistic
double strap handles. . Every leather and color.
lined. At -
$2.95, $3.50, $3.95 and $5.00.
mother. things,' of leather and metal, that suggest likely Christ
mas gifts,' are Sewing Sets, Manicure Sets, Traveling Sets, Tlaying
Cards with leather cases, Necktie Hangers, Clocks, Week-end Sets,
Vanity Purses, Chatelaines, Collar and Cuff Sets, etc. In the new
M ain Aisle Section. X V: ' y w : ; 1 :':':: p: "?:X?X ?P::'!-::: " X
Both single and
Some are leather
Bgjg "Specials in "Dinner Sat
ARE NOT BEING OVERLOOKED BY CHRISTMAS BUYERS
$11.75 for 50-piece Dinner Sets of English seni-porcelain-1-:"
worth $15.00., '...Three patterns.- .
' $16.75 for 100-piece Dinner Sets of Austrian China worth
$20.CO. Three patterns.
$31.25A for 100-piece Dinner Sc of French
Limoges China; worth $38.50. Very fine gold band
decoration, . ,
$7.50 Kimonos at $2.98'
; Many women would appreciate such a gift and
especially one of these, as-they are most desirable,;
in style and material. , Made of heavy Japanese silk
and in very pretty patterns. Extra wide. - Those
who boy them tomorrow , at this special price will ;
effeot a saving that is worth' while. Just;100 of .
them, so it's well to take advantage early.
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A Christmas Special in
L . to 93.0O
Should be welcome news' to many who are going
to remember some friend with such a gift. In this
"special 'lot are plain tucked waists, lace and em
broidery trim'd, with long sleeves and high at, neck.
And the fact that some of them are regularly priced
up to $2.50 means that the opportunity to buy one
at, such a saving will be' taken advantage of by
many and early.
Not very many of them, and as they will appeal to many as the right kind of
a gift, we advise that you take advantage early. They're in mission design, cases
and stands of weathered oak. Eight-day clocks, with hour and half-hour strike, six
feet high. They go on sale tomorrow morning at these prices;
Those with the magazine rack bases SPECIAL AT
With cabinet bases SPECIAL AT. ..............J..
$2.95 for Reed Rockers
That Sell Regularly at $4.25.
To those who wish to give an inexpensive furni
ture piece a suggestion is offered in these high back,
Reed Arm Rockers fh shellac finish. Have roll on
arms, which continues lover the back. Cane seats
and well filled backs. Special all day tomorrow
in the Furniture Store 3d floor. i
: Christmas Specials in FaVney Cake
PlateSy Breadfasrs, Salad Bowls
' Bavarian China Fancy Cake 'Dates, .with rich rose decoration and wide gold
band border, 10-inci-SPECIAL AT 39. x . ,. ,
. ' Salad or Berry Bowls, with fancy gold edge and Marguerite decorations, 10
inch Bavarian china SPECIAL AT 59. t
- Bavarian China Bread Trays, oblong shaped, with fancy gold edge. Rich rose
decorations SPECIAL AT 79.
, Hand-painted Bavarian China Cake Plates, rose decoration, "with fancy gold
edge, 10-inch-SPECIAL AT $1.38.
Hand-painted Bavarian China Cake Plates, In poppy design, with gold edge band,
10-inch-SPECIAL AT. $1.38.
All day tomorrow and up to the time of the store's closing 9:30 p. m. the
'.Crockery Section offers the following attractive Christmas specials:
. Dresden China1 Fancy Tlates, with decorations by Christy and other famous
artists. Heavy gold band edges two sizes- SPECIAL AT 13. . ,
- Salad or Berry BowlsJ in rose and gold decoration, 10-inch SPECIAL AT 25
Bavarian China Fancy 'Plates, with rich rose decoration and heavy gold band
border, 8-inch-SPECIAL AT 26.
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;$2.75PilrtrimRur;s . Some thweeK Spselals stoc6maFto
. Worth $3.75-The 38x72 Inch Size. 5 EACH for Brass Curtain Rods' that extend from 30 inches to 51 inrlic.
niey're woven from dainty cretonne and de- cgli.1r)y,!!C ; , . , . . - - , ,
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able rug just the .thing .for a dainty bedroom. Will wide and worth 30c yard. ' i v
make the best kind of a Christmas gift Special . 25.YARD for Cretonne in floral and stripe patterns 36 inrhes wi.fe an 1 wmS
all - day tomorrow and tomorrow ' evening in tlic 35c yard. , . - "
Carpet Store sixth floor. . . 45 EACH for Asbestos Table Mats. II inches in diameter; worth 7c e '
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