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t THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1820.
THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. OREGON.
Trarelera to all point at te Cnited Sum or
broad enookl tae adranteze of experience is
.'oraution and aernee otlered tnroogd To Ore
aon Journal LnXoraaaUoa and Travel Bureau, id
Dentinal charge ot Uotimj H. rimtth. Kail road
bckata and tea a: ship booking! arranged. ror
itn exchange iaeuaa, iaioruiaUoa aneo regard
ing paatpona. t
''ft. . ' - COMING K VENTS
Multnomah Cmiatr Sunday Scliool - aaeoc la
tter eoDTCBUon. Nonnbtr 12.
i Weetera Walnut aaaoxlaUos. Portland, Ko-ttxabi-f
17 and 18.. , 1
- Oregon States Bar auodatioO, PorUaad. H
raber 10 to 17. 1
faeifia International ! Lireetock , Eapoeitton.
Portland. Xorcaaber IS to 20.
i Ice Cream bopplj Ilea's eonfenTJon. Potv
land. November 16 to JO. ,
Oregon 8UU Horticultural aoetety. ; annual
aaeeuus. Kugene, Iecembr 2. S and 4.
Oregon and dcutti Idaho) tauvJlk-nai anion,
Ike iJallea, Uectmber 2 to 4. " .
Oregon Stale ttvtel Men, fcciene. DecembtT
W'axUra Winter aboer, Oregon Poultry and
Pal btuck ajoociatlon, ,fba . Auditoriua, rottr
bed. December 13 to la.
stale Teacnera' auociation. Portland, Decan
7. P. A., atate aaaociaUon. Portland. Deeem
fcer 1. -
Retail Hardware an Implement deaiara. Port,
d, January 25 1 28. i
i Oregon Uetail Merchants' aedoeiation. Uaran
Ittld, February.! -
, Pacific Cot Society of Ortbodoeiata, Ptbm-
ry 10 to 18. i
V Brotherhood " jf American Tec men, atata eoa
ire. Kugene. April, -1921. .
soreatere of Aaoerica. arend court. Peruana,
lUy 22 to 23. . . ; . ,
" Military Order of tbe Loyal Legion. Portend.
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anight of Cohuaabuv l!ata council, Portland.
Hay 80. c '
A. U. U. W., grand lodge. April, third Taeniae..
fciata Dental aocietr. 1921. ' :.
: WEATHER FORECASTS
Portland and Vkinity-t-Priday rain; westerly
innda. f j
i Dregnn Friday rain treat .portion, rain or
inow eat' portion; moderate westerly wind. .
Washington -Friday probably rain weat por
tion, rain or tnoir cast portion; moderate winda,
mostly aoutberiy. . i
I W'EATHEB CONDITIONS
: Hieh prcwura preraila along the immediate Pa
eiftr eoe.it and from Montana, Wyoming and Ctab
WiUthraatward to the Gulf and HoulJj Atlantic
state. In other ceetiona the pressure ia low, the
kt reading being apparently north of the
l-ake region. rrecipitetioa baa. been rooatly con
fined to tha North Pacific coast. The weather
U muci colder in the Northern Rocky Mountain
regtnn and ia considerably milder throughout the
Middle vtt and in parta w neraaa ana tjan
1 mia. - The temperature) ia below normal in
the South and on tba Pacific aiope, and above
norma i in other aectiona.
Itelative humidity at Portland: Noon yes
terday, 04 per cent; 5 p.. m. yeaterday," 71 per
cent: 5 a. m. today, 85 per cent ,
i Precipitation ainre January 1 : Total, 27.15
Inched; normal, 3J.08 inrlies; deficienry, 4.93
icchee. : MW AU1 L. WELL8.
OBSK It V ATIOS S
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Kaker, rr. ............... 48 20 ,0
Hi'fee. -Idaho 6a 32
Voston. Miw. B8 4
Ktiffalo. N. V. IK 40 0
Chicago, 111. 42 0
lnrrr. Colo.- ......... ... 66 30 9
1 e Moines. Iowa ; i... B8 ,44 f.
' Kreano,. CaJL. 72 44 0
l:alveton.- Texaa . . . . . . p . . . 04 0 , 0
Helena Monti ........ .i. .... 20 0
Itonoluln, T. H. . . .v. ...i,.... 82 ...
Huron, 8. 1. 48 38 0
'Juneau, Alaska ........... 88 . . 0
Karuia City, Mo. ...... L... 62 48 0
la AngHC, Cal .......... 7S 84 0
llamlifield, Or, 80 38 .82
Medfnrd. IJr. ,. . 80 30 t
Merrtptiia. Tenn. ....... 60 44 0
New tniran. :. . . . 64 84 0
New York, N. V.... ..... L . . 88 42 0
yomei, Alaaka i 12 . . 0
North Head. Waxh 82 .44 0
i.rth Platte, Neb. i . . . 80 30 O
Oklahoma fity, OkU. ....... 66 46 0
Vhoenia; Aria. ., . . . 78
l lttabnirit. Pa 42 38 0
Poeatcllo, Idaho . .v . 1 . . j. . . . 44 30 t
l ortland. Or. .. SO -39 t
1 rince Ituiwrt, B. C 44 a .26
Konehnrg, Or. ......... ... 60 42 .08
lioeweli, N. M. ., 68 32 0
Bucrnnwntcf, Cal. ...... .1 .. . 70 4H 0
Ht Lonia. Mo. 56 46 O.
Bt. Paul. Minn. ..... 50 42 0
Hklt lake U'ty, t'Uh .... ... 44 32 0
Han Hiego, Cal. 74 ,64 0
un Francisco, Cat .... .1... 68 50 0
Hokttlfi Wh. R2 86 0
M.eridan. Wyo. ....... H.... 64 24 O
Sitka,- Alaska ....... 42 .00
H okanc. Wash. .. ..T..I. ... 50 30 0
Kwift Cumnt, Maik i, . . . 44' 26 .12
Tatooih 1-land. Wuh. ...L... 48 46 .48
Tonopah, Nev j.... 56 36 O
; aides. Alaska.........!... 40 .. 0
Viineiinrer, U. C I... 50 88 0
Valla Walla, Wuk 64 30 0
V a-hincton. I. C. 54 38 0
Williston, S. D. ..i j . ;.. 54 32 0
Yakima. Wah. I... 58 2,8- 0.
Afternoon report of preceding day;
Milk Seryod PnpUa That 2500 chil
dren are served half pints of milk dally-
An Portland schools was reported at the
meeting of the board jof directors ot the
Oregon dairy council! Wednesday-. Di
rector F :1m Shull approved of the serv
ice instituted by the council and said
teachers had found marked improvement
in the children as a result, especially in
-cases of undernourishment. Dr. Edna
Eamea chief medical inspector of the
schools, stated she would cooperate with
the council in establishing; milk stations
in districts Vhere they are needed. At
present, FailinB, ;Couctt, Creston, Terwil
lig;er, Montavilla, Ockiley Green, Shaver,
Buckman and Ilolman schools have milk
stations. j' " . .
Reed to fie Represented Reed col
lege will be represented at the intercol
legiate , conference cjf western ; college
women to he held ait Pullman,, Wash.;
November 11 .to 13. adcording to a recent
vote of the Amahdaj Reed association.
Grace Unklater and julia Harrison were
elected as delegates ffom Reed, and they
will lead the conference discussion on
scholarship, standards and vocational,
training. Miss Ltnklater is junior mem
ber of the student council, and Miss Har
rison is vice president of the senior class.
The conference will bring together dele
gates from every institution of -higher
education west of the Mississippi.
J Special Jewish Serjrkf "-Special serv
ices will be held at Congregation Shairo
Tbra, First and Tall streets, Friday at
6:30 p. fn. and Saturday at 9 a. m. by
the ReV. J. Schulman, assisted by his
choir of ,20 male singers.
'Caterers la Session The Portland Ca
terers' association is holding a three-day
annual meeting at the Benson hotel. To
day's program Includes a Columbta river
highway trip and a theatre party. Fri
day the delegates will visit supply
houses ia the morning. lunch at the Ha
zel wood and banquet at the Benson in
the evening. J. E. Dunne will be toast
master. Speakers win include J. Harry
Joyce, A. W. Spencer, Richard W. ChUds
and Mayor Baiter. '
Clsb to CUmb Batte Trails 'club will
climb Troutdale Butte Sunday, Mem
bers will take the Troutdale electric car
from First and Alder streets at S :45 a.
m. From Troutdale they will cross the
Sandy and climb . the butte by a steep,
rocky trail, then hike along the heights
to Chamberlain hllL Return to Trout
dale wiir be made in time for the S :10
car for Portland. The total distance Is
10 mile. Charles E. Warner will lead.
Wasblagtoa Forest Booklet- Oat A
descriptive, illustrated bulletin on the
Washington National Forest", has just
been published by the United States for
est service.. Material for the bulletin
was prepared by officials from the Port
land office. It contains maps, pictures
and general Information regarding the
scenic and recreational facilities of the
Mount .Baker and Skagit river country.
Hood 'River Stage leaver t. Charles
hotel daily at 8:15 a. m., 10:30 a. m.
and- 2 :45 p. m. Stage for Bridal , Veil
leaves 4 p. tri. Leaves Hood sRlver for
Portland at 8:30 a. m 11 a. m. and
2 ;45 p. m. For ... further Information
phona Shephard's Auto Bus Line, Inc..
Marshall 4381. Adv.
Fear Fear Is no longer an excuse
for neglecting -teeth. We perform den
tal : operations painlessly with our
nerve-blocking method. We construct
beautiful sanitary bridge work and ar
tistic artificial teeth. Hartley, Kiesen
dahl & Marshall. '307 Journal building.
Sa!emMiU City Stage Line Connects
O. E. train No. 6 Salem, arrive Mill
City 1 p. m. Also connects O. K. train
No. 9 Salem, arrive Mill City 7 p. m.
Joseph Hamman. proprietor, Salem,
Phone 44. Adv. '
Fortland-JSewberg Basses leave Fourth
and Alder daily, 8 :30, 9 :30, 11 a. m.. 'and
1, 2;30. 4:15, 6:30. 6:30 p. m. ; Saturday
and Sunday, 11 p. m. Phone Main 3311.
Adv. . - .. "
Steamer I raid a for 1 St Helens and
Rainier, daily at 2,:30 p. m.. foot of Alder
street. Sundays, SU Helens -only, 1:30
p. m. Adv. ,
Patients of Br. Marie Eqol will be
taken care of at room 6, Lafayette bldgi,
313 Wash, st Main 3928. Adv.
Br. Edith IV Phillips, correct glasses,
450-451 Pittock blk. Bdwy. 1305. Adv.
Jr. F. A. Sommer has returned Adv.
bafety Boxes, lc daily. 284 Oak. Adv:
ROLL PEANUT ON
Seek. Help to Rout
Sheep-killing dogs in the vicinity of
Greshaim have caused jsuch depredations
that , the county commissioners Wednes
day asked S. J3. Hall, county agricul
tural agent, to make an Investigation
and report It is probable that ,the
grange also will be asked to use its
efforts to Ideate and: exterminate the
dofts aa .a matter of neighborhood pro
tection. Within the last several weeks
several claims for damages for killed
or - injured sheep' have been filed with
the county commissioners from the
Gresham district r
Dodson Returning From Washington
W.'D. B. Dodson. eeneral manager of
thel Chamber of Commerce, left Wash
ington, D. C, Tuesday on hi? return to
Portland, according' to a message re--ceived
this morning by the chamber.
Dodson has been at Washington for
several months and through his activ
ities Portland received due recognition
In shipping board matters. He will
make several stops on his strip home
and will likely arrive here about the
middle of next week. '
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The Mill-Made Way
In place of offering to you a group
' of general housed designs, we pre
fer to Ready-Cut your Home
according to your own ideas.
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Let oar architect! design and esti
mate yoar Home Bollt tkn Mill
Made Hay, wlthoat aay obllgatloa
on yoar part, - j . -. . : ',,
Daalgnen. Manufacturers anal tUilMart
802 TITLK t TRUST BLOO.
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The After Election
Cleanup and Pressup
Suits Dry Cleaned
i "You fetch 'em you
take 'em -t hat's why
Joy's rates are abouone
104 Fourth Street
Bat. Washington ana Stark
1S1 GRAND AVENUE,
Near Earl Morrlaon '
1043 BELMONT STREET.
Near East SSth Street
217 NORTH JERSEY STREET,
i 8L Johna
Freak election beti are being; paid
at- Reed college.. f T:;. I'-
One stunt may tie up traffic cn
Washington street this afternoon. As
an election forfeit for the defeat of
Senator Chamberlain," Howard Mc
Gowan, a Reed senior and president
of House F, will roll a peanut from
Sixth to Broadway on. Washington
street, this afternoon.'
Library patrons at the college 'this
morning were surprised to see Harold
Robinson, a well-known junior, ambling
about from, table to table on all fours.
Leaving the library, he cantered down
the crowded halls, while scores of stu
dents crowded after him,! curious as to
his mental balance. The secret of the
bear-walk was finally traced to the
election, Robinson having been certain
Cox would be elected, j i ,
Another bet which promises entertain
ment for Reed students was loet by
James Hamilton, betting on Chamber
lain. The young man will sing "Come a
Little Closer, Honey" In the next student
body meeting, and he has begun training
for the event pi"
' Ruth Klliot, a Reed senior, daughter
of the Rev. W. G. Kliot Jr., has re
turned to childhood days with Hard
ing's election, and for the rest of the
week will wear her hair in a braid.
She attended classes, chapel, dinner and
a dance Wednesday with the pigtail o a
display. ' ; ! ' i j
Of Duplicatiou in
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To cooperate in their plans for
Thanksgiving and Christmas giving and
prevent duplication, representaUves of
35 and 40 charitable and eivic organisa
tions in Portland, comprising a confi
dential exchange committee organised
six montlls ago, will meet In room 20L
courthouse, at 4 o'clock Friday after
noon. . " -.'"'''"!
Previous experiences .of one family
being provided with five turkeys -while
another equally poor family was j with
out any "fixings" at holiday time win
be avoided this year by; the elaborate
card index prepared by the confidential
exchange committee, to wnicn au per
sons and organizations making gifts will
have access. .. '..,!( : j L;; '
While notices have been sent to; char
itable ! organizations, churches, j civic
clubs' and others planning to do any spe
cial work. Invitations have been extended
to all those planning to be good fel
lows at holiday time to attend the meet
ing. The executive committee of the con
fidential exchange is composed of Mar
shall N. Dana, Ralph Hoyt and Judge
Jacob Kanzler.. Miss Margaret Creech
is secretary- '
Card of Thanks.
I desire to express my; tnanks to my
relatives and friends for their kindness
and sincere sympathy extended to me' in
the loss of mV beloved, mother. Roy K.
arrayed in harmoniou steel
and! distinctive furniture
makes a lasting impression'
on the customer and is a con
stant source of inspiration to
the office worker. ; !
If you will allow our fur-
niture department to take
care of your office needs,
whatever they may be, such
an office will be yours.
Filing cabinets in wood
and steel. Desks, Tables,
Chairs, Sectional Bookcases
a line' of Unusual merit
both in its quality and com
The J. K. Gill Co.
Third and Alder Street
LOOK FOR THE STEAMING CUP
Business Men's Lunch
i That's a Wonder
Choice of Meat or Flih. Fie or Podding,
i toffee or Tea,j
Veal Stew ...15c
Baked Beans 10c
Fish ......i........ ...20c
Pastries ....... i. 5c, 10c, 15c
.5c 10c, 15cv
2 Eggs, any style ......
Macaroni and Cheese . .
Soup ...... .V . , .... .
Corned Beef Hash
Pot Roast of Beef. . . .
Pork Sausage and Sweet
Breast of Veal with dressing. -25c
Canteloupe . . . . .. . . . ...... 10c
Doughnuts. 3 for. . ....... .10c
Hani or Bacon and Eggs. .. . .40c
Toast Buttere4 .5c
French Toat .15c
Hot Cakes, Syrup and Butter 10c
Fried Ham or Bacon ; .30c
Stewed Prunes ..........
f astries. Bear Claws, Snails,
ter Horns, Maple Bars,
Veal Chops. . . .
French Fried Potatoes
. Rib Steak
Sirloin Steak .........
Tenderloin Steak J. ..... .
Hot Roast Beef Sandwich. .. .20c Hot Roast Ham Sandwich.
! Hot Roast Veal Sandwich...;. 20c
. . 1 5c
. . 5c
NEXT FRIDAY, NOV. 5TH, uiewill GIVE the ENTIRE
DAY'S RECEIPTS of our Lunch Room at Park and Al
der St. to the ALBERT IN A KERR BABY'S HOME.
Do your best for the Babies. (
NO CHARGE FOR BREAD
We Make and Bake Everything We Use
Most Talked of and Best Thought of Eating
Places in Town
3 APPETIZING PLACES 3
133 Park Street 124 Broadway 332 Washington St
&??lEu)!L totnS. NIGHT OPEN ALL NIGHT
The Lowest Price Guaraatexxi
With Every Chang of Market
PLENTY FOR ., vr .
TWENTY 1 Over 1J50,000 Served
II MaaaiiBSScas l
Priacipal Portland Agents Butterick
Patterns -7 AH the New Styles Are
Here in All Sites
"The Store That
It Sells for Cash"
Economy and Quality Combined for-.
Bigger Business and Better Values
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All -Mail Orders Promptly and Care
fully Filled Sam Day as Received
Parcels Post Pkgs. Prepaid -
Our 1043d Bargain Friday Sale
Offers This Tempting List of Underpriced Specials
For Friday Only!
MEN'S BROCADED SATIN
Beautiful Patterns and Colorings
For personal use or for gift purposes
this Is indeed a splendid : opportunity
for selection of one or more of these
beautiful heavy Brocaded Satin Four-in-Hand
Ties at a worth-while saving.'
They come with large open ends and
with slip-easy band andllow priced.
Brand new ties In handsome (21 1Q
patterns, Friday at. ...... . 5 J-e
For Friday Only!
MEN'S WORSTED MIXED
Stouts s. $4.69
, Strictly High Grade Garment
Here is a timely and important un
derpriced sale of a famous make of
men's winter weight Worsted Mixed
Union Suits in styles with long sleeves,
in ankle length and with closed crotch.
Perfect fitting garments in all regular
and stout sizes from 34 to JI ?Q
46. In Friday' Sale at tD4:eUi7
For. Friday Only ! Combination
Hot Water Bottle
PRICED M OQ
FRIDAY AT. . 4aW7
In our Drug Sundry Section we place
on special sale about 50 fine red rub
ber "Hercules" Combination Hot Water
Bottle and Syringe of guaranteed qual
ity, together with 5 feet of (31 OQ
rubber tubing, for. ...... . jJXeaGIJ
7- EXTRA! f v
For Friday Only!
, 18-Inch Black Split Cowhide and
PRICED M Oft
FRIDAY AT. W0
v In our Trunk Section in our base
ment we offer at. a bargain price 18
inch black walrus grain split cowhide
"Bag, with plaid linings; also an 18-inch
Dupont Pag in tan color. d?Q QQ
Choice. this sale at only.. DO70
BOYS' WOOL MIXED
In Size 8 to 16 (PI QQ
Year, at tDJ..70 ,
A reliable quality and make in boys' fine
Wool Mixed Union Suits in long 5leeve,
ankle length styles, all sizes 8 to 16 years,
in Friday', Sale at $1.98.
- CASHMERE FINISH
Hose for Women'
A fine, well fitting cashmere finish
stocking made seamless and with rein
forced heel and toe. Sizes 8 to 10
in black only. ' In Friday's Sale at 3 Pairs
for SI. 00.
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THE GREATEST-BLANKET SALE WE'VE EVER ATTEMPTED
MORE THAN 400 PAIRS ALL-WOOL, WOOL MIXED. COTTON
IN THIS SALE AT
r Exactly One Half
-REGULAR SELLING PRICES!
Clever Plaid Novelties Colored Border Styles' in White. Grey
and Tan Single and Double Blanket in
All Size and Weight. ,
Without reserve at this extraordinary price reduction we plaxe
on sale Friday while any remain about 400 pairs of Blankets
samples, odd lots some slightly soiled from display or handling,
but none damaged.- All are of perfect quality and weave. In
cluded are a few pairs In all wool a great many come fci wool
mixed and others are of cotton. They come in plaid styles, also
in colored border styles In-white, gray and tan. ..';.
Our last great sale jf this character consisted of but only 14 5
pair and the entire lot was closed out before eleven o'clock. This
sale is of greater importance and selling will no doubt be as rapid,
therefore don't delay, your visit to the store Friday. You'll have
choice from the entire assortment at J4. . ;
Nono Sold to Dealers Not -More Than' Two Pair to Any On Purchaser
In a Great Sale OfTn
at yard....... UOK,
A Special Purchase Just Received Brings
to You .Wonderful Value
Just the desired laces for making Xmas
gifts, for camisoles, brassieres, boudoir
caps and other dainty novelties. Included
are heavy Filet Laces with beadirfg top in
5-inch width; also novelty Tabbing. Bands,
Edging, Demi Floiincings, Imitation Clurry,
. All at One. Price Friday 25c Yard
In Popular Style r7Qf,4
Vestees. Collars and Sets Sellinf at This
! Sal at Far Below Regular
Don't miss seeing this wonderful dis
play styles are most pleasing and values,
are far out of the ordinary, ilnclqded are
Vestees. Collars and Sets Vesteej made
of fine nets with rows of pretty Val laces j
also Tuxedo and Tab Collars in dainty
cream and white laces. Choice from the
entire lot Friday at 79c. - r...
TIMELY AND IMPORTANT PRICE REDUCTIONS ON
WOMEN'S KNIT UNDERWEAR
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Standard Quality Vests, Pants and Union Suits in Season
able Weight and Desirable Styles Underpriced at a Time tb
Bring You Splendid Savings Just Read These Items-r-
FLEECED 1 WOOL MIXED
2 for $1.00
Less Than Half-Price
Women's fleeced Cotton
Vests in high neck, long
sleeve styles in correct winter
weight. Sizes 34, 36 and 38
only. Priced for Friday'
It.?.... . . $1.00
Out Sizes at $1.25
Seasonable weieht fleeced Cot
ton Union Suits in high neck,
long sleeve styles in ankle'Iength.
Sizes 3 4J 36 and '38 98c suit,
and outsizes, 42 to Of?
44, at ............ DXe5-J
$1.19 , !
Fine Wool Mixed Vests and
Pants Vests with Dutch neck
and short sleeves Tights and
Pants In knee length. Sizes
34 to 38 at, $1.19 each, and
sizes 40 to (42 . 29
AT 35c YARD"
Bleach'd Bath Towels
, 22X44 INCHES ON SALE AT 39c EACH
Not More Than Four to Any One Purchaser
They Are Slightly Imperfect in Weav
AT 95c YARD
Crepe de Chine
Lace Trimmed and Embroidered
Waists in flesh, white and suit shades.
Those in Georgette are especially
pleasing, and those, in Crepe de Chine
are shown in tuck styles with low, r
two way collar, long sleeves white
and flesh colors. In sizes Jrr fZ f
36 to 50, at V V
THE FASHIONABLE, 48 INCH
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We invite you to view these luxurious" Peco Plush'
Coats and to share in this splendid saving. They come
in the fashionable 48 inch models with 80 inch sweep
they come with conservative collar and pull through
belt. All) sizes 38 to 46 in this sale, jj3 75
Hair Bow Ribbons
5-infih . fine quality Hair Bow Rib
bons in most all colors. Heavy Taffetas
with cord edge, Satin Stripe Moire,
Warp Prints, etc., Friday at 38c yard.
These dainty and most attractive
Boudoir Caps come in dozens of styles
and colors in Wash Satin trimmed with
lace and net. Choice Friday at 59c
With Mirror Top and Coin Purse
Come to this sale and select from a
splendid assortment of the popular
styles in Velvet Bags with mirror top
and coin purse fittings. Surprising
Valne. at $39.
AN EXTRAORDINARY PRICE REDUCTION!
"In more than a doen different styles and colors in real Amoskeag, 'S. Tf
Bate and Riverside Ginghams, in checks and plaids, stripe and I Sy
plain colors, IN FRIDAY'S SALE AT . . . w..-. JL
APRONS SOLD REGULARLY UP TO TWICE THIS SALE PRICE! For Choice
Aprons expensively' trimmed with contrasting collar, belts and large fancy pockets,
or the prim girlish ricrac Slip-on styles Sash Patterns, j Butterfly Models, Mary
Adams and a host of equally as popular and chic styles; also some 9 dozen Out sizes
especially becoming to stout .figures in genuine Scout, Percales In figure, check
and Indigo patterns. We consider this the greatest apron sale of the season for
price reductions are emphatic and drastic. We advise that; you purchase for both
present and future needs. You have choice from Aprons selling regu
larly up to more than twice Friday' al figure..........
DOWN! GOES THE PRICE! ON 500 PAIRS OF
Women's- High-Grade Shoes $4'
. ' IN FRIDAY'S SALE AT, PAIR
Regular stock lines in well known and reliable makes in fashionable styles in black and brewn
leathers style, with heavy, or light soles, with low or high heels and for street, or dress wear.
Lines selling regularly up to twice above figure in broken assortments to close Bargain Friday $4.65,.
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at 9 A.M.
at 5:30 P. Mi
at 6 P.M.:
The Most in ValueThe Best in Quality