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NVITATIONS have feeen 'received for
the wedding of ' Mlsa Baidee La
Knapp, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Dwlght 7. Knapp, and Arthur Alban
. aiurphy, for the evening -of Novem
ber 6, at the home of the brlde'e parent,
lit East Burnald. Street. There will
be about: 80 guests assembled for the
- wedding including, j-eltlvea and lnti-1
7 mate- frr.lo''-iirSa H
xouow, to which, about too guests have
--.if Pn Maa&v. w?- . vv ;.
Miss Knapp la one of the popular and
talented i members of the younger . et
.and m&py prenuptlal affaire have bean
given In her honor. ,Thla afternoon
. Mlas Hazel Reed presided at a - de-
Ughtfully appointed luncheon for It in-
" timate friends of the bride to be, ana
during tne past week, on Monday even-
mg. Dr. and : lira, ;,; v: Atj Appie
, white were hosts at a supper for the
pleasure of Mlsa . Knapp, and Mr.: Mtt
' ' phy; Tuesday evening Dr. and Mrs, WJ1-
. Ham House gave an informal crawfish
' supper In their honor. Last Friday aft.
, ernoon Mrs. Charlea E. Stolte presided
at a charming card party at her beauti-
j fuX home on Mount Tabor A mlsol-
laneoua shoWer was a avirprlse7ot the
afternoon. ; The ' house vaa decorated
h . . elaborately with yellow chrysanthemums
ana fern. . S'C'V- "' -i
, i' Gueat pf Mrs, Smith. ' V 1 ',
Mra. Robert 'Smith has aa her bouse
guest Miss LellA Simpson of New, York,
l , a charming , young woman, ' who . made
many friends Ut Portland when she vis
t'ited here last year. Mlss Simpson ar
rived last Monday, and will remain un
.' til after Christmas.,, . .'Many delightful
. affair wil doubtless be given in' her
honor. ; .v' ,' -?f vf
- lira. Sterrett and Miaa Sterrett
, to Entertain. '1 H-V ;
Mis WllfaTFleids, brlde-elecl 'will be
the' honored guest, at ;,a large bridge
party next Saturday, November !, when
Mra. J!?. Sterrett and tier .aaugnter,
Mlas 6aW 8terrett, will entertain with
o IB tables at cards at their home, ISO
( 1 Eaat Ninth street . Miss Fields'- wed
ding will be an event of November 25. 4
Society Attend Concert. . - , . :
Society en masse ; gathered at the
. Helllg last evening for the opening con
cert of the Portland- Musical association.'
Madame J Aldav lyric soprano;"' Gutia
Caslnl, 'cellist, and Frank La Forge,
; pianist, were the happy choice of .. the
management for the initial concert, and
were greeted ' with enthusiasm by the
large and representative gathering of
society and muslo loving people of the
city. Many beautiful costumes were
. seen in the audience, and Madame Alda's
gown was especially lovely,-a white
: charmeuse en train, .made -with a front
, panel and train of spangles and pan
nier effect of the satin With a bodice
of, lace and spangles. Among those who
' made .up box parties were: Mrs. Helen
Ladd Corbett, Mr. and Mra. Henry I
Corbet, Mr. and Mrs. Kirkbam Smith,
' Mn. and Mrs. Walter J. Burna, Dr. and
Mrs. Holt C,( Wilson, Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Koehler. Mrs. Rose Bloch Bauer,
Mrs. C. EL 8. Wood, Mr. and Mrs. W. I.
Colo. Mrs. Rose Coursen Reed and Mlas
Mrs, Slocum Informal Bosieas.v '
-Mrs. Samuel 81ooura has ' invited
guests ' for . an Informal, afternoon at
car followed by tea for tomorrow
afternoon. There will be four tables at
bridge arranged. i(
:'i? :'-v . ','".?"T'",
Bin. Kaer of Butte, 'Honor Gueat.
Mra T. A. John and Mrs. J. O. Ham
rtj; Entertained Wednesday at a five
huadred party, given at tha home of the
latter) SSO East Seventeenth atreet
north, in honor of Mrs. A , E.1 Kaer of
' Butte, Mont. Mrs. Kaer' w as presented
With a cut glass dish aa a gift prise,
and card honors fell to Mrs. Harry Shaw
and Mra. Robert Smith, Tha house was
prettily decorated with "autumn leaves
and ' Halloween novelties. The guests
were! Mis Adele -Bray,' Mrs. George
Howell. Mrs. Mayne Howatson, Mrs.
Charles B. Turlay, Mrs. Harry Shaw,
Mrs. Robert Sm,ith, Mrs. George Stead-
man, "Mrs. Daniel Brown, Mrs. T.. J.
Mendenball, Mrs. O. Wt Taylor; Mra. IU
8. Seed, Mra. Alice Coweil, Mrs. Frank
Bell, Mra. James Scully, Mrs. L. Griff,
j Mrs. J. F. Drake, Mra, May Smith, Mrs,
John Green, Mrs. J. A. Tweedie, Mra,
John Hamilton and Mra. Julius Allyn.
lMt evening Mr. and Mrs. Hammer
and Mrs. John entertained tha following
guests fct a five hundred party; ; Dr.
1 and Mra. C. P.-Newcastle, Mr. and Mra.
A ti. Andrus. Mr. and Mrs. George Wag
goner, Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Joslyn, Mr.
and Mra, Will M alone y, Mr. and Mrs.(F.
T.!. McBrlde, Mlas Adele Bray, Harry
' Hammer and Reed McBrlde. .
La, Hon Halloween Party.
and Tamhill streets. The committee
of arrangements Is: Miss Marie Cham
bers, Miss, Katharine Gaffney, ' Miss
Anna Dunn, Miss Mary Vrancea Mc
Carthy, Mies Deborah Griffin and Miss
Irene Fitzgerald The patronesses will
be: Mrs. M, A. Fibers., Mrs. P. Doug
las, Mrs. J. J. 'Hogan, Mrs, J, George and
Mrs. Mu. uranam. - ,
Sorority Luncheon, ' ' t '
.' Tomorrow at 12:30 o'clock the Kappa
Kappa Gamma sorority will hold their
monthly luncheon at: tha Oregon hotel.
lUan Monro Visiting at Nehalem.
i Miss Anna Shannon . Monroe is the
houa guest of Mr. and Mrs, George
Welster at their beautltful beach home
at Nehalem . this' week. Before leaving
for, the beach Misa Monroe completed
tha aeries of stories now running in the
Associated Sunday Magazine. t
HaUoween Party ' Planned. ,
The Toung. People's '-league of .the
StrrMiohael'a and All Angela" Episcopal
church at Rose City Park plan to give
an elaborate masquerade dancing party
Friday. ; evening. October SI. at . Vin-
cant a hail, saat rorty-rnira g treet, ana
Bandy boulevard. : i s ,
G. IS. a B. Girls' Dance."'
Tha G. N. C B. Girls announce their
opening dance Wednesday evening, No
vember S, at Murlark ball. Twenty-third
Mra F. W. Hlld, ' who has been in New
Tork for several days,, is at tha Hotel
Wolcott, where she has been Joined by
Mr. HUd.: ' They .will, remain eaat for
several' weeka. ',?-
Mra. J. H. Garrett of Chicago, who
Spent the summer months' with her
sisters, Mrs. F. M. Graham and Mrs. B.
Hawes, left last Saturday with her lit
tle apn for. ner noma, in Chicago.
Mr. and Mra 8. 8. Rlsh were Ban
Francisco visitors last week, en route!
home after an extended tour of Europe.
Mra. Robert W. Blackwood haa 're
turned from a six weeks' visit in Boise,
DEEP RIVER LOGGER'
; ' CRUSHED TO DEATH
Astoria. Or.. Oct 24. James William
Taylor, age S3 yeara. Bead trainman at
camp of tha Campbell Logging com
pany at Deep River. Wash., was killed
yesterday afternoon . when .. he was
crushed between a log and tha akid.
Death was Instantaneous -
Taylorleaves a wife and three chtl
dren, who live at Deep River, and rela-
uves at BKamoKawa. , ,
The body will be sent to. the litter
place for burial.
A Halloween party Will be given by
the La Hoa club Thursday evening, Oc
tober 10, at Chris tensen's hall,. Eleventh
ALBANY, MAY KAVE v
Albany. . Or.. Oct 24. That the' Al
bany fire department may be raoraran.
laed, made more efficient tad .that six
more men may be put on the .payroll,
wan -Indicated at the council meeUnc
Wednesday night' when, an ordinance
waa introduced to create and regulate
ther department, and to repeal all other
ordinances in, conflict Following the
second reaallnr it waa referred to the
committee on fire and watqr for con
slderation. 4 ,
189 COPPER STRIKERS v
ARRESTED AT CALUMET
r. .. . .... -.,
' i a.,., .
Calumet Mich- Oct 24. Charged
with violating tha Injunction against
picketing, 18 copper mine strikers were
arrested here today by Militiamen. The
strikers were taken to Houghton, where
tney win oe given a bearing befofe vCir-
-. . .mhm'
Saya Land tn Hera.
Albany, Oct 14.-Altbough they were
separated for some time nrlor to his
death, at which time she waa suing for
divorce, jsuen u. Griffith aeeka a de
cree in Circuit Judge Galloway's court
declaring that - George fT. Griffith, a
womar 01 oar aeceasea nusband, - is
holding a tract of land in trust for her,
which the' latter claims waa deeded to
him as a present ' The case waa tried
yesterday and will be argued later.' John
H. Griffith, the hUaband, died at a Port
land hospital on October SO, 1911. The
ault Tor divorce never came up in court
An Indiana inventor haa elaborated on
tna 01a rasnionea lapeoard hjr patenting
one with legs at tha outer corners to
neip support it ana a work baakut aim
penned xrom it -rT "; ' - -
See the Late Florsheim
Shoe Styles in the lVfeW
Florsheim Shoe Shop ;
Advertising, Florsheim Shoes has but' one mis
sionto acquaint ; the - man who 4 has ' never
worn ; Florsheims ; with their " jodness. ' ' No
urging is needed to induce the Flprsheim wear-'.
er to buy again, for in these famous Shoes he -has
proved that he gets'the most in style, serv
ice,, economy..;,, Florsheim and Reeves Shoes
REEVES SHOE CO.
Florsheim Shoe Store
350 WASHINGTON ST.
' University of Oregon QuarUt, who' are her In
university, will sing in our' Tea Room during
It. 15 to lt30.
the interest of tha
lunch tomorrow '
Double Green Trading Stamps SalurCc;
With All Cash Purchases Made In- Main Floor Shoe Department
Well Dresse d M en ol Today
' TT TT T ' IS
Oocmpylng Batlre Olty Block Morrison, Tenth, Wert art and Alder ttreets.
Coats for Women, Misses, Juniors
010.00 m to 82850
Use Keen Judgment In Selecting y ;
Their OuUlUTtie Myle, Fit ; '
' and Fabric Must Be Right '
Good clothe) fain you tha admiration of the people, you, meet in bujinesi
or social life, They are the best paving investment you could possibly
make.'. We carry a complete line of the famous "Broluw" clothes for
men 01 discriminating taste. You'll like the beautiful pattern and models
to be seen in this splendid showing of the best tailored,; best fitting
clothes In America., See window diSDlav. - - -,.
Brokaw Bros.' Tine Clothes for $25.00, $30JX), $35.00
Young Men'i Winter Suite priced $15.00, $20.00, $25.00
Men's Raincoats and Overcoats from $10.00 to $30.00
SPECIAL NOTE Step Into the store tomorrow and view the, new. Mack
inaw those popular short coats for wear on all occasions. We have
them In all colors kand all sizes. Moderately priced. . ,
Mcns $5.00 Knlt-Rfflht Sweaters $3.95
$60 Sweater Coats at $4.75
MAIN FLOOR "Knit-Right" Sweat
er Coats are made from best select
ed wool, yarns and in full standard
sizes not the "skimpy" '.kinds.
Ruff neck style with close ribbed
cuffs, pearl buttons and, side pock
ets. Collar, has loop ; fastenings.
All sizes.; Regular 15.00 nrf
ality, special ......... JZtd
MAIN FLOOR Men's heavy rope
stitch knit, wool ' Sweater Coats
our celebfated O. W. X" make,
with Ruffneck collar and - close
fibbed cuffs. Finished with pearl
buttons and knit-In side pockets.
Cardinal, navy and Oxford. All
sizes. Regular v 16.50 eJ 7c
grade, special .......... I O
Great Sale ol Men's Shirts Special 05c
Men's 91.50 Underwear at 98c
MAIN FLOOR Shirts that will
compare favorably with any It. 25
grade sold in Portland. Plaited,
plain and semi bosoms, in. fancy
patterns and plain stripes. ... Also
plain .or plaited white. Big assort
ment of classy new patterns. AC,.
Saturday, special. .. .eraJC
MAIN FLOOR Men's " Bradford
Spring Needle Ribbed Shirts and
Drawers, In white, buckskin and
natural. Well made, perfect fitting
Shirts and Drawers In good Winter
weight and standard f 1.50 quality.
Not all sizes In each color. Qp
Speclal, garment . .... .... . eYOC
Men's $2.00 to $5.00 flannel Shirts $1.49
Men's Velour Hats $3.50 to $7.50
MAIN FLOOR Men's . fine French
Flannel Shirts on sale again tomor
row at an unheard of low price.
Neat stripe patterns in tan, gray,
lavender and cream. Also plain
shades. Odd lines of patterns, but
all sizes In the lot. Shirts worth
from . 12.00 to '15.00. ttAQ
row at M."t7
Your choice tomorrow
MAIN FLOOR Extensive showing
of the new Velour Hats in a wide
assortment of styles and In every,
desirable color, including the much
wanted greens and browns. Choose
yours now while your size is here.
Very best quality Velours, T wt
all sizes. Price $3.50 to ? .Oil
" GARMENT DEPT., SECOND FLOOR Uncommonly . smart and
, stylish are these new Coats I . They come in all the. wanted
materials some with belted backs, others in plain tailored or
f,ancy cutaway effects er three-quarter or full. length; ' Rag-"
lan- or set-In sleeves. Stripes checks and nov- rOQ Cft
elt mUtures. Pjriced at $10.00 to............?a-O.0U
Attractive Showing ol Tailored Suits
$15 Up to $35
SUIT SALON3, SECOND FLOOR Serges, Eponge, Wool Bro
cades, Boucle, Cheviots, Broadcloths, etc., in belted 'cutaway
.or blouse effects,' trimmed with satins, velvets, fancy' vests,
, buttons, etc. Also nobby styles for ' misses . In Norfolk,
blouse, box .jackets and dressy cuts. All . sizes. CQC Afl
Prices range from $15-00 to. ................ WJ.W
SUlc Petticoats Special at $149
Dainty New Waists at 11.29 ,
Center Circle, First Floor
Other .stores sell Petticoats
of this ' quality at 3.50 and
14.00. Good, heavy grade
.messallne and taffeta silk, in
plain and changeable effects.
Narrow plaited flounces, with
or without under-
UT. IwflUiCC . . . . .
Canter ' Circle, First Floor
They are made up in a va
riety of attractive new styles
some with high neck, oth
ers with ' low neck, trimncd
with embroidery, laces, tucks.
plaits, etc Front 6t back
fastenings. In all ej oq
slzes.v special ....... XtCV-
Girls New Winter Coats Special S5.98 and 6.25
SECOND FLOOR New shipment
girls' Winter Coats, just in by ex
press. Tailored from the popular
rough ' materials boucle, - chin
chilla, cheviots and diagonal zibe
llnes. - Popular low belted Balkan
styles. Ages 6 to 14. 0( OP
Special $5.98 and. ... . .ef U.aaef
GIRLS' WOOL DRESSES Many
attractive styles In Wool Seerge
Dresses for girls 6 to 14 years of
age. One-piece style with gored
skirt and waist also in smart Bal
kan effects. ' Nicely made and
trimmed. Ages 6 to 14. e?C flQ
Special $4.98 and .... . $?,VO
WOOL SWEATERS $2.98 'Knit
Right" Wool Sweaters for girls 6
to 12 years of age. Extra heavy
rrobed wool with large Ruffneck .
collar,-with loop and button1 fast-.
enings. Colors gray and cardi
nal. Correct In style
and fit. Special, each
$30 Model Hats Offered Tomorrow for $14.95
315 to $20 Hats S8.95
SECOND FLOOR Very finest
quality silk velvet foundations
and strictly hand-made with rich
trimmings of flowers, Fitch or
ermine fur, ribbons, velvets, etc.
This season's very newest crea
tions, for small, medium or large
shapes. Trimmed Hats worth
up to 30.00, spe- Clyl QC
clal for Saturday at eplt.7l
SECOND FLOOR ' Beautiful
Trimmed Hats direct . from New
York's largest Millinery estab-'
llshments ' floor "samples; and
only one of a kind. Silk, velvet
foundations with trimmings of
flowers, fur and fancy feathers..
Regular 15 to 20 to QP '
Hats. 'Your choice vat 90.7U
82.75 to $10 Uatrlmmed Shapes 01.89
Black and All Desirable ColoreC"
MILLINERY DEPTM SECOND FLOOR High-grade Plushes, Velvets,'
Velours, Zlbelines, etc., In an endless assortment of shapes small,
medium and large and in every wanted snade; also in 1 on
SECOND FLOOR Children's
Trimmed Hats, In many attrac
tive styles, with trmmings of
ribbons, iiowers, . oows, etc.
Regular 2.98 and
3.98 grades, only
200 Extra Stamps With Every Suit, Coat, Dress
Purchased In the Basement Saturday SO Extra Stamps With Trimmed Hats
$7.50 HATS AT $2.98 Unparal
leled Saturday sale of high-grade
trimmed Millinery, in the Base
ment Hundreds of styles to se
lect from in every wanted color
and shape. Beautiful rich- trim
mings. . Hats easily worth from
$5.oo to 7.50 apiece. 5.0 extra
S. & H:' Stamps with each pur
chase. Choose early in 50 AO
the day.. Your choice ejt.JO
$25.00 SUITS, $14.98 200 extra
S. fit H. Stamps with , each Suit
Made from splendid quality wool
fabrics, faultlessly tailored and
nicely finished tweeds, .' mixtures,
diagonals, worsteds, serges, etc.,
In handsome new Fall patterns
and aolorings. All flzes for wo
men and misses.' Regular 20.00'
and 25.oo Suits, for! i' no
Saturday only, suit 9li.0
$18.00 FALL COATS, $9.98 Spe
cial purchase of new Winter Ooats
at a bargain price. Smart new
Coats made from fashionable Fall,
materials. " Short, medium and
long models.vattractively trimmed
and nicely tailored. 200 extra
S. & H. Green Trading Stamps
with each Coat sold tomorrow.
Regular 15 and 18 Q QQ
grades. Your choice at 77.0
$12.50 DRESSES, $7.98 200 ex
tra S. & H. i Stamps with e
Dress. Over-a hundred of these
pretty one-piece Dresses are in
cluded in this showing. Made
from fine, soft finish wool serge
that will . give excellently good
wear. Perfect fitting and attrac-'
tively trimmed. Come in colors,
brown, navy and c:ac
10 to 12.50 Dresses
Rlght-POStUre" SultS Inauowe'en Novelties
S6.S0 to S10.00
MAIN FLOOR , Unquestionably the best boys'
clothes produced. Every mother should make it
her duty,' to see these ' splendid , new health
suits. Smart, hew patterns.. Prices ffl A Aft
range from $8.50 to... . . .... .. ...71U.UU
Boys Bine Serge Suits $5
Boys' Hats S1.50 to 4.S0
Ol. All Kinds
D.partmants on Main and 4th Fl'rs.
Lunch Sets, Tallies, Invitations,
Garlands, - Festoons, . Ghosts, Fa
vors, Witches, Cats, Pumpkins,
Skulls, ' etc., at ' the lowest prices.
Delicious Fresh Candles
At Special Prices r
Saturday: will be "Candy Day" at the Main Floor
Bargain Circle. Hundreds of pounds high-grade.
Candies at special reduced prices. The home folks
will appreciate a box of our famous OWK Bon
Bons, Chocolates. Headquarters Hallowe'en Candies
black. Hat Shapes formerly 2.75 to 10.00 Choice
$7.50 White Beaver Hats for $3.98
Child's $3.98 Hats, Special at $1.98
SECOND FLOOR Excellent
quality long-nap White Beaver
Hats, in small, medium and
large shapes. Reg. 5 to 7.50
Hats, on sale Satur- Q AO
day at t. .. .spO.iJO
Double Trading S tamps
With Purcluucs '
Mala Hoor Supply Children! Shoe
needs tomorrow; and get double S.
and. H. Trading Stamps with cash
purchases In addition to low nrict.
BOYS' $3.00 SHOES, $2.39 Good
durable, Calfskin Shoes, with wide
toe and heavy holes. Lace or but
ton styles.-Sizes l.to 6. ifi 4A
Regular 3 Shoes, pair. '.OJ
Sisas 9 ta 1 3 ft , abova (rada, $1.98
CHILDREN'S SHOES Patent colt
and gunmetal calf button Shoes,
in a large variety of styles. ' Prices:
$3.50 grada, siaaa'llK to 2. $2.98
$3.00 crada, aiaea-84 11, $2.48
Missaar$3.00 Lac. Sheas, a $2.35
Child'a $20 Lac. Sheas, at $1.85
Our Boys' Blue Serge
Suits at $5.00 are a
matchless value." Non-
fadtne ' and non-shrink-
able. All sizes
In the line, at
Boys' Plush and Velour
Hats in big assortment
of popular styles, and
in all colors. 1 Prices .
FOURTH FLOOR Coffee will not
be delivered except with other
purchases. - Phone your ; orders.'
$1.50 Kid Gloves
MAIN FLOOR A rare good Glove
bargain for' those , who visit the
Glove section tomorrow. Broken
lines high-grade makes, in one and
wo clasps. Real 'French kid. Sev
eral . famous brands included, but
not 'all sizes. .- Regular f AA
1.50 Gloves, special: at aBl.UU
Odd Lines $2 Kid Qovas at $1.25
40c Imperial Roast Coltee
Saturday Cut-Rate gale Drugs, Toilet Requisites
Wire Strainer and Washer
THIRD FLOOR Very handy ir
ticle to have about the kitchen.
Reinforced electric welded heavy
wire. Oust like cut OC
Special at. . . . . ........ ,OOC
MRS. POTTS' SAD IRONS
Complete set of 3 with Q
stand. Special Saturday OuC
Adjustable Wall Clothes Racks, very compact, at 98c
Sale Keystone Food Choppers, small sizes, special 73c
Popular size, special, 95c Hotel size, special, $1.15
FOURTH FLOOR Extensive show
ing of new Mouldings- to choose
from. Expert workmanship. Have
the i Christmas ? work done now.
' - r r i I i-i'i i, n-i '
For children 1 In Arf Needlework,
Knitting, Crocheting, Saturday 9:30
a.' m. to ta. Expert instruction.
Sc Ivory Soap Sc Cakc
Llmtt. thrs. cake to , a customer.
No deliveries of soap axc.pt with.
Other purohaaes from tha-Drug Dept.
160 Toilet Paper: If 00 sheets, at 1
White Hose Boap only
10O4711. whit. Ttoan So.n onl
60o Hinds' H. and A. Cream a
8 Bo 1-pound Absorbent Cotton 21c)
SOoSanltarjr Napkins, 1 doa. at SS
iuu oviTieiiQ nuiar ire. wiin a
zoo usrtsr s , iaiu Liver fills
ibo sal uepauca, small else,
:h ea da, I
Saturday Salenich-CraJe Perfumes
fl.OO Bourlots Koaa Pon Pon. . Special, a. 1.16
76o Plnaud'e Ulaa i Vecetal. -t . Saturday, ounce. . . .K2a
it aa n a n m. w . . .
! " w iK8pBn xouet water
76o Roger A Oallet Perturnes,' all odora. ounce..!:!
IS Mary Garden Extract, Saturday, ounce ...u. all.
inn M.rV (4iril.il Talmim E.4. b-iZZalL':
' The aboya special. pricea are for Saturday only.
60c Syrup of Figs, special for
S6oCastoria. aoeclal sale price.
60e Milk of Magnesia, special at 35e
1.00 Plnkham'a Remedies at 79c?
S1.00 8!ie Hoott's Emulsion at 7c3
11.00 !TilmrM Rmmn nnnt fnr tQa
Z6e Slie Caacarets, special for 1
fl.OO Bromo Seltser, bottle at 7
60o Mentholattim. ! special for 3
34 -lb. Mer o k'a Boraclo A o 1 d.
60c Cantbrox, special at only 2
360 full pound of Peroxide at 2
fl.OO AnUphiogestlne, special at 7
60o Sempra Qlovlne, new. for 2
16o Williams . Talcum, special
!53 y S' 3'8 Jar Talcum,
60e D. A R. Cold Cream, special
?5c Pqmpelan Masaage Cream
ii.oo unentai uream, special at 8?
100 Plnaud's Kaue Quinine, 61
io.gvnirg-1ena ysnin eupport S2.7S
26o Tooth Brushes, special at lSe
Parisian Ivory Buffers, special 753
R.a;. 1, S1.J5 . Red , Rubber Hot-:
Wnt.r Bags, S and 3-qt. alais. 69V
JBEB S6o ketU. Mary O.rdek er.
luna wuo ..zy .i.uu pnrobas. mad.
to at ; rnr ; Department atnsday.
Manrlnc Facial Treatment
Given Free Rest Rooms, 2d Floor
-. satisfactory trjan treatments vou usuaiiv v snn
to $1.00 fpr elsewhere. These free treatments are given
with the understanding that you are under no obliga
tions whatever-to buy. We are sole Portland agents
for Maurlae. . . . . .
Silver Mesh Dana
MAIN: FLOOR Extra auality fine
mesh German sliver, with ttruck-up
frames. Silk lined. On sale to
morrow at, following special. prlces
4 H -lack M.ah Bags, special $2.00
AH'tnch, Mesh Bags, special 1$3.00
6 M -Inch Mash Bags, special $4.00
7 H "inch Mesh Bags, s peclal $5.00
Polished German Silver Frames,
assorted' designs, r; 1. cn'y Jc
Cametf Hat Pins en 1 i ' r 'c
Newest Nove" ' t i ,
specially pri- ! rt ;
I lair' Nt "1 S r . , '
special for t -'ht ' i : - i
" ,sA',.v.- yy i-' 'v'i-'.','-t ' ''-! v ;v.
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