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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 4; Jlt21. :
THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL; PORTLAND.. OREGON
rou;;d table for
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Washington; ,No. 4. If ' the coming
arms conference prove successful, a
movement will be launched by the
American delegation to eetabllsh It u
a permanent round table, "
Jrmldnt Hartlnf , It Is known, hold
the bop and sees, the possibility, that
thle mar be aocoonpliahed. Ha tiaa
added, In private conversations, that he
m no reason why erentuelljr other
BAtioaa than the few participating la
tha forthcoming conclave would, not be
attracted to auch a board for periodic
friendly discussion of - Interoatirfnal
Bucn round JUbla, however, would
not bo aat op aa a aubatltuta for the
present League of Nation. Tharo la bo
Intantloa on tha part of this govern-
mant to combat that. Aa a matter of
fact Harding bimaalf belier tha leasua
la a natful tnatltutton and . should con
tinue rta good work but be believe It
la far Europe atone. 1
For the broader work Involving-. the
Whole world there night well be' ea-
tabllshed. according to the American
viewpoint, another and separate Institu
tion, such as tha round table now. about
to convene. While lacking the ao-called
super-powers of the league and being
a voluntary body la every sense, it
could accomplish at least two Important
bjncta through a mere regular assenv
blase for frank d lacuna Ion.
JTlrst. It would constitute a sort of
listening or obs ration post embody
lng a, moral 'and psychological force to
hold 'nations, to". agreements made at!
this .and . ensuing conferences.
Becond, .It would-.provide a clearing
bouse for IneeraalJoaaL friction, affords
inc. the opportunity- to ferret out car-
bored- granges-: and, "give them the aJr
before nay one poseeseed of eoch eecset
burts .became potential enemies. -
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BOABBXAW, kAIIr CAEK1KS EIAJT.
Board maa, - Nov -Freparatfcns ear i
being made through the local .poetofflfc
for aa examlnaUdn,'of . applicants i for
tho ! position., of , 'rural, carrier ;;-oot , bt
Boardman. They examine kln. Will - be
I a a k lt W-v ' aa
Dyed Her Faded
Curtains and a
Skirt like New
"Diamond Dyes" add years of wear to
worn, faded skirts, waists, coats, stotk
Ingi sweaters, "' coverings,- 'hangings.
draperies, everything'. Every package
contains directions so simple any woman
can put new, rich, 'fadeless colors Into
her, worn garments or draperies even If
she has never- dyed 'before. . Just buy
Diamond Dyes no other kind then
your material will come out right, be
cause Diamond Dyes are guaranteed not
to streajfcspot,, f ade, or run. Tell yoar
druggist whether the material you wish
to dye Is wool or silk, or whether it Is
linen. -cotton or mixed goods. j
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.Princess Tstanina Jledicatbrr, Celebrated
. Indian soptano, enthusiastkaDy said:
"ne Chase 'Brothers Oraad la. la my opinion, ny far;
the most satisfactory Instrument I know of. In tone
oeaiity. power, and In that quick response' so essential
In Interpreting good mualo, 1 believe America has oro-
Ouoed nothing bettor." .
Slened) PBJNCEB3 TSIAKINA RED FEATHER.
The Princess summed trp the qualities that hare
rrude the name Chase Brothers famous. A. fame
based on rich singing quality, powerful, responsive
tone and roaster workmanship. A fame resulting
from distinctive designing and flawless finish.
In fact: a naturally acquired preeminence basically
achieved through liberal contribution to living
Greater pianists and lovers of good music have
enjoyed the Chase Brothers Piano for over a half
century. Come in and bear Chase Brothers Pianos
and Reproducers. The. tone is different
166 10th St.
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Although we announced ' for today, OUR OPENING DAYy that we
would sell oil "this one day only" the finest.of Men's Clothing and Fur
nishing? at . . t '
We have been compelled, by public command, to continue the
offer on Saturday (tomorrow). On account of ; our attractive
Opening Day values we were so completely swamped today with
buyers that our sales force has been unable to 'wait on everyone.
Besides the immense crowds of actual buyers,-many who came
today to look were not prepared to buy until Saturday, and we
have been besieged with hundreds oft requests by them to hold
open this opportunity.
Just One More Day
Under these circumstances we feel it is our duty to offer the same
bargains for Saturday that we had announced for today only; so
we repeat them here for tomorrow at manufacturers' prices.
These seldom offerings are made in order to acquaint all men with
the FINE NEW STOCK of Clothing and Furnishing at this New
Store for Men. -
Gray All-Wool Worsted
Suits Our regular $25
value. We challenge any
body to offer a better suit for $25.
Will be our regular
$25 seller after tomor
row. Sizes complete.
Special tomorrow oi
Real $50 Tuxedos Black
unfinished worsteds. Abso
lutely the very latest style.
Distinctively cut for the crit
ical dresser. Sizes
9 V K I
Heavy AH-Wool Blue Serge
Winter weight suits. The kind that
cost you fully $50 anywhere, but
only $40 regularly here after Open
ing Day. Semi-conservative and
English models for
: men and young men.
Sizes ' complete. Spe
cial for tomorrow only
SplenHia' $25 Overcoats Some
are double-breasted plain back over
coats in tan and brown. Others
are gray, full-lined,-single breasted.
Styled for, today. Ex
cellently tailored. Sizes'
complete. Special to
The policy of John Levitt always -will be 'Satisfaction or loney Back.".
VALUE will be the big worcf-in our business vocabulary. This, we know,
will meet with the approval of the entire city and state.
Read $5 Hat $3 New
felts of litest style md in
all new shades
All Wool 'Union
These will be our'refolar
$6 sellers. " Heavy weight
Sizes 36 to 46. CQ PA
Tomorrow only tPQ0)
Very fine. Refular 60c
sellers. The "old - fash
ioned stuff." Black, ox
ford and natural. Sizes from
9J4 to lltf. To- or
morrow only, pieijO
Beautiful All -Wool Metcalf s
Suits that we will sell reguhrrly for
$t0.OO after tomorrow. A special fa
vor from manufacturers enables us to
offer them for $25 tomorrow. ! Included
are blue serges and fancy stripes,
browns, grays. Conservative
and semi-conservative models.
- Sizes complete. A year- ago
these 'sold generally for 65.
Special tomorrow only . ..
AD-Wool OvercoaURegular $40
sellers. Plain bick, single breast
ed. Belt all . around or conserva
tive models. Browns, greens,
grays. Very latest
fashion,- well tailored.
Sizes complete. , Spe-:
rial tomorrow only.
Itoal $1 Nektiee 50c
Beautiful and exquisite de
signs. Many shades' - and
patterns for your selection
Our price will be. l after
tomorrow. Special FA
tomorrow, vnly . . . . Oyy
"Mayo" Uaioa Suite Cot
ton ribbed. 16. lbs. to dozen.
Standard of the world. Reg
ular $.75 J sellers. ' Sizes
36 to' 46 To- CI 1C
Ceaoiae SUk LisU Hoea
Regular 45c sellers. The
old reliable brown and
black. A' short :time ago
these -old for. 75c Sizes
9J4 to tiM. To-OKa
ow omly, -peJr-e-itJU
$7.50 Pvro Silk Shirt
Crepe de .Chine. Hand
somely striped in various
abides. Sizes 14 to
16. Tomorrow '
50c FUmt SUk Hoee 30c
In brown, gray," black and
navy. Sizes 9 V to' 1 1 Y.
Prices , ..
Our -"regular" prices quoted
in this advertisement are to
day's prices in oar store not
last, year's prices. For exam
ple, the regular 1 2. So. .Arrow
shirts (Special tomorrow; at
f 1.50) sold a year ago gener
ally, for 3.50. Ovir 1 10 sntts
and overcoats sold a year ago
for $ 65. -Tomorrow we will
sell this grade for 125. The
same relative ' redactions, pre
vail throughout . this , adver
tisement i tJohn Levitt)
ZJSO Arrow Skirts The
finest woven Madras. A
shirt yon alk know well.
sizes from 14 to
- (Formerly Levitt's Department Store)
WaoHington at Fourth Stl'tf
. w- '
, We realize that jour husbands
are1 so busy that they some
times overlook real opportuni
ties' like ' this, if , you want
your bsuband to dress wetl
and at the same time ar a
price sway below the market;
call his attention ttf AMs op
portunity for tomorrow 'only.
'It Is the most important cloth
ing message that men of Port
land and Oregon have had la
years. . To miss it is to lose..
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