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THE MORNING OREGONTAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1901.
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1 ' Umbrellas i
We want no "sleeping stock." The foundation feature of our
annuai sales is to keep every line active, and like moving
water, fresh and wholesome.
OUR 231 JUMML CLEMHKE SftLE
Is a broad continuation of its 22 famous predecessors in
clearing all paths for new arrivals.
THE UPRIGHT FIGURE
is best obtained by wearing
only the bias cut, hand folded
and straight front.
made in styles for stout, med
ium or slim forms. We sell
20 styles of this late favorite
ALL at CLEARANCE PRICES
$1.05,31.25. $1.64 to $15.00.
Your choice of white, black,
gray or fancy figured, with 10J
to 13 -inch fronts.
Royal Worcester girdle s,white,
black, gray, pink or 1 Qj rjj-
blue, now ' "
Ladies who have worn Royal
Worcester corsets need no
solicitation. Their well - tried
merits are all sufficient.
DON'T DELAY YOUR
Black Taffeta Silks
Mn oonal nfferina of silks of
this high character need be
looked, for this season.
1.07ydfor36-in $1.35 taffetas
99cydfor 36-in$1.25 taffetas
82c ydfor27-in $1.00 taffetas
72c yd for24-in 90c taffetas
60c yd for 21 -in 75c taffetas
A HURRY-UP SALE OF
Brussels Lace Curtains
to close broken lines.
35 different kinds made odd by
rapid selling. Some slightly
mussed from handling, but you
must be prcmpt. Only one
pair of some kinds, and others
reach to seven pairs.
4 styles of
7 styles of
2 styles of
11 styles of
11 styles of
NO BETTER TIME TO
SUPPLY ALL CURTAIN
WANTS THAN RIGHT NOW.
Clearance prices on
ARABIAN LCvCE CURTAINS,
$8.25 to $46.00 pair.
$3.75 to $50.00 pair.
ON MARIE ANTOINETTE
$4.00 to $29.00 pair.
at $10.75 pr
at $8.00 pr
at $6.53 pr
at $5.50 pr
at $4.65 pr
THREE SPECIAL CHANCES FOR BLACK FANCY DRESS
GOODS, 61c, 82c and 99c yd.
Children's Umbrellas, made of English
gloria, with steel rods, fancy Congo
Ladies' Twill Gloria Umbrellas, with
steel rods and fancy Congo handles.
00 hIon'c Tniilt flJni-in TTmhrotlns xttol rods.
Paragon frames, Congo handles.
Sacrifice of all short lengths and remnants of
all fabrics, both black and colored.
GERMAN LINENS, IRISH LINENS, SCOTCH
LINENS, JIUSTRIJiN LINENS the pick of the
world's best lines at lowest prices.
LACE CURTAINS, PORTIERES, BLANKETS
AND TAPESTRIES at extremely low prices.
SILKS, LACES, RIBBONS, KID GLOVES, MUS.
LIN UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, KNIT UNDER'
WEAR. Every article in our stock of firsUclass
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING AT EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES.
EXCEPTIONAL VALUES IN LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S FINE SHOES.
20th Century Foulards
nTrn:-v of Cheney Bros. 1901 Foulards.
VWU1"5 night the silk depj
lartment has hurst into
summer bloom. The exquisite freshness and newness Is cap
tivating. Styles are the very latest and their fascination is
in the air. Years ago when almost everyone else was selling
all sorts of trash for foulard silks, Cheney Bros, started
making their reputation by selling silks that were silks.
Away off In old New England in the town of Manchester,
Conn.,stands three "Cheney" mills,employing 7000 operators
and weavers, whose product is famed from ocean to ocean
and from the Great Lakes to the gulf, for its superb qual
ities and style. Our share of the spring production some
7500 yards is at hand. Every piece spic and span. The
choicest weaves and color-combinations. Colored grounds,
strewn over entirely new and handsome designs.
J. O. GIL.L.B
YOU'LL PAY MORE FOR THEM AFTER THE CLEARANCE SALE.
WINDOW DISPLAYS BUT HINT WHAT THE DEPARTMENT CONTAINS.
STE757UI FIFE TSND EOILBR CG1ZER1NCS
HOT AND COLDWATER
OP ALIi KINDS.
WILL EMPLOY 150
Big Factory to Be Located in
PLANS FOR FIVE BUILDINGS
W. Xj. Llndliard Golnff Enst to Bny
the MncUlncr Plant Will Be
ITcndy for Operntlon Wltliin.
The .cvetand Paint & Oil Manufactur
ing Company has disposed of ite stock and
buslmNK to W. P. FuHer & Co. William
I. Llndhard. formerly president and man
ager of the paint and oil company, has
an Interest In the South Portland Sash
and Door Factory, and will hereafter give
his attention to this line of business. He
is organizing a new company to be known
as the Universal Sash & Door Company,
and has secured eight acres on the O.
R. & N. Co.'s property In the south end
of town, between the railroad and the
river, where factory buildings will bo
erected. Plans for these buildings, which
ore to bo of corrugated Iron, and at a
safe distance from each other, are being
prepared. Mr. Llndhard Is going Bast to
buy the additional machinery which will
bo ne-eded for an establishment that wlH
employ about 150 men. The present fac
tor la South Portland employs 42 men.
The new establishment will comprise
five buildings, a saw mill on the river
bank, a dry kiln, a planing mill and fac
tory, and two warehouses, near the rail
road track. It la expected that the build
ings "wMl be completed and the machinery
installed for work within DO days.
Denton O. Burson against the Standard
Box Factory was begun, yesterday before
Judge Sears. The. plaintiff lost part of
a finger while working at a planer, and
alleges other injuries. The jury was
taken over to view the machinery, and
the taking of testimony will begin this
United States Court.
In the United States Court yesterday
judgment on the verdict against plaintiff
for costs was rendered In the case of I.
C. Olsen vs. the North Pacific Lumber
The trial of the case of the A. J. Luce
Hop Company vs. J. P. Meeker &. Co.,
was set for January 25.
James Casey and John Watson, who
pleaded guilty to a charge of larceny,
were sentenced to one year in the Peni
tentiary by Judge George yesterday.
Judgment by default In favor of J. B.
Bridges against his former son-in-law,
W. St. M. Barnes, for $720, due on notes,
was rendered in Judge Sears court yes
terday. The suit of A. D. Bowen and I. A.
Yerex against Harry Edsell to recover
a share of $1000 profit made on the sale
of the Portland Tradesman, was dis
missed by plaintiffs' attorney yesterday.
SUNDAY'S MASS MEETING.
Committee UrRCd to Suppress
Side Doors of Saloons.
'Phone Clay 042.
220-2S.' SECOND STREET,
Odd lots of kid gloves, in
cluding "Perrins,"many col
ors, broken sizes. Many are
the regular $1.50 and $2.00
values. Your choice,
At glove center.
vafirlTti &yZFr::r' mJaJktSsl
ni 9 . nrt it
Under the Imperial Hotel
No, 5 Ribbon 24c per yard
No. 9 Ribbon 54c per yard
No. 12 Ribbon 64c per yard
No. 1 6 Ribbon 7-c per yard
Fish-Net Shopping Bags 19c each
Good grade Silesia 9c per yard
'h & KfZ'foMS
4 ? 4t2sa
Replenish the linen closet
at present prices. John S.
Brown's fine table linens at
the lowest prices ever quoted
on linens of quality. Table
damask, napkins and sets,
all greatly reduced.
Odd pairs of lace curtains
at very low prices. 3rd floor.
Men's furnishings, neck
wear, hosiery, underwear,
hats, collars, gloves, etc., all
at clearance sale prices.
At $2.08 pr.
Ladies' box calf lace shoes,
Matt kid top, all widths and
sizes, heavy soles. Regular
$2.75 values, at $2.08 pair.
Two special values In ladies'
and misses' shoes. Good styles
and all sizes. An opportunity
to do a little saving. Men's
and boys' shoes at great re
duction in price.
At $1.22 pr.
Misses' spring heel shoes of
vici kid, lace or button, all
sizes 11 to 2. Exceptional
value at $1.22 pair.
Some bargains in boy's
shoes to interest you.
Sheets jriP Pillowcases I
Clearance sale bargains in
sheets and pillowcases. A
good time for supplying bed
linens at a considerable saving.
Buying: your camets durinsr
the clearance sale means a
saving of from 20 to 40.
Let us give you figures, o
trouble to us. Mattings and
carpet rugs, very low prices.
TViinuui J f rune i ntMcini-ui.ii
ADULTERAnoM. 6R0CEHS EVERYWHERE.
VICTIMS OF THE GRIP
IN THE COURTS.
Thompson Divorce Cane Argrned and
Taken Under Advlnement.
The arguments of counsel In the
Thompson divorce case were listened to
yesterday by a curious crowd which filled
Judge Cleland's courtroom to the doors,
ilr. and Mrs. Thompson were present.
The argument consumed the entire day,
and at the close the court did not an
nounce when its decision would be made.
J. P. Boothe. attorney for the defend
ant, moved that the letters written by
Mrs. Thompson to her friend. Miss Helen
Hopkins, be stricken from the evidence.
The motion was denied.
R. C Wright, one of the attorneys for
Thompson, reviewed the evidence care
fully, contending that undue Intimacy be
tween Mrs. Thompson and the co-respondent,
George Krupke, had been satisfactor
W. D. Fenton followed. He went over
the testimony, and alluded to a number of
the letters which are in, evidence.
J. F. Boothe, attorney for the defend
ant, made a long argument, and referred
very generally to the letters, which he
denied were in any manner compromising.
A good deal of work was done yester
day by the committee appointed at the
ministerial conference with reference to
gambling conditions, to arouse public in
terest In the mass meeting at the Mar
quam Theater, Sunday afternoon. Two
more members of the lay committee have
agreed to serve A. L. Mills and Earl C.
Bronaugh. It was stated that admission
to the mass meeting will be open to men
and women alike, who will receive tickets
entitling them to admission up to a cer
tain time, after which admission will be
free to all. Some prominent laymen will
speak at the meeting, and also Rev. Dr.
Stephen S. Wise.
A member of the committee said: "The
suppression of gambling in the city will
l)e the main object of Sunday's meeting,
but people have urged us also to try to
suppress the side-doors of saloons, the
opening of saloons and cigar-stores on
Sunday and the custom of newsboys and
bootblacks entering and hanging around
DOCTORS REPORT HUNDREDS OF
CASES IX PORTLAND.
SEVENTH STREET EXTENSION
ADLEE CHANGES FRONT.
Denlen Partnership in Jnnk Store
With Mrs. Leve.
J Adler, who, in conjunction with his
motlier-ln-law. Mrs. Charles Leve, sued
Sheriff Frazier for possession of a junk
store on Davis street, created much sur
prise at the trial yesterday in Judge
Frazr's court, by denying that he was
the partner of Mrs. Leve, thus going back
on his own ca, and becoming a witness
for the defense. Dan. Marx, the pawn
broker, has & claim against Charles Leve,
the husband, for a considerable sum. and
he brought an attachment suit and caused
the Sheriff to levy upon the junk shop.
Adlor and Mrs. Leve subsequently put in
appearance as alleged partners and own
ers of the place, and tiled a complaint
against th Sheriff, Mr. Glltner, the
plaintiffs' attorney, interrogated Adler se
verely concerning his change of base, and
wanted to know whether he had not
drawn out all of the money he put In the
business. Adler said he put in $235, and
admitted that the books might show that
he ha taken out JHK) more than that sum.
Ttoeevldence it all In, and the case will
go to the jury this morning. Marx some
time ago prosecuted a criminal case
against Leve, growing out of this same
claim, and failed to make it stick.
Viraril Conn Appeals From the View
Virgil Conn, wo owns one-eleventh,
of the southeast quarter of block W.
through which it is proposed to extend
Seventh street, yesterday filed with City
Auditor Devlin an appoal from the assess
ment of damages and benefits made by
rho viewers. The law provides that with
in 30 days after the report of the view
ers is filed any one dissatisfied with the
amount ' benefits or damages aiiowca
him may appeal. Yesterday was the time
limit Mr. Conn is the only one of the
persons Interested in the report who has
appealed. He was allowed 5544 damages
and $4 76 benefits. The appeal has ben
taken In hand by City Attorney Long,
who, if he finds it good, will have the
case set for hearing and tried at once, and
if he finds it not good will dismiss it.
Disease Not so Severe in Form As In
the East Symptoms and
Grip Symptoms: Cold in the head, gen
eral aching in the muscjes and the bones,
fever, cough, headache, feeling of lassi
tude and terrible depression.
Remedy Take to bed, keep warm, and
call a doctor.
Such is tho description of the trouble
some affliction which nearly every one
has, and the simplest remedy for it, given
by prominent physicians interviewed yes
terday. The disease is epidemic in the
East, and the Pacific States have had
their share of it. There are hundreds of
cases of grip In Portland, but the disease
Is not so severe as in the East. Yet,
physicians say their patients suffer the
same racking pains and there is danger
unless precaution be taken.
"It comes stealing Into the system
without warning," said a doctor, yester
day. "The patient at first fancies that
he has a severe cold. The characteristic
of the grip that makes It so disagreeable
Is the feeling of absolute depression that
it leaves. This often lasts for weeks, and
tho patient is without energy or desire
to do anything. To work -while having
the grip is to experience great torture.
The best thing to do is to go to bed and
call a physician. Every one snouia taice
deals with events fhat led up to the
Custer massacre at the time of the Indian
uprising in the Northwest. It introduces
several new characters to the stage,
among tnem an educated Indian, a grad
uate of Yale, assistnt surgeon at the mili
tary post, ono of, the1" most Interesting
stage characters ever seen in a drama.
Thrilling melodrama with a rich vein of
comedy is what Katie Emmett will pre
sent at the Metropolitan Theater one
week, commencing Sunday, January 27,
When she will appear under the manage
ment of Mr. J. Lorln Howard In her
most successful sensational comedy
drama, "The New Waifs of New York."
Entirely new scenery and mechanical ef
fects are carried by the company, and
many of the most picturesque and Inter
esting points In New York are plctorlally
presented. Miss Emmett appears In the
familiar part of Yillle Rufus, the New
York newsboy. In which she has appeared
several thousand times in the principal
theaters of the country. The company
engaged in support is an exceptionally
strong one. The Cincinnati Post says:
"Katie Emmett and a competent sup
porting company appeared In "The New
Waifs of New York" at Heuck's Sun
day afternoon and evening, and delighted
old admirers and made new ones.
"The scenery, mechanical effects, sing
ing and dancing all combined to make
the production popular."
MEIER & FRANK COMPANY
DsranRC Asked for n Finsrer.
The trial of tho JOOto damage suit of
Portland Will Be Represented at the
At a meeting of the promoters of a pro
fessional baseball team for Portland, last
night, it was decided that a representa
tive should be sent to the league meeting
Thursday, in Tacoma. W. H. Lucas, who
was president of the Montana League,
last year, was chosen to represent Port
land. Seattle will be represented by D. E.
Dugdale: Ttcoma by J. J. McCloskey,
manager of the Louisville National
League team in 1S35 and 1S95, and of the
Great Falls, Mont., team that captured
the pennant in that league last seasoi;
and Spokane by J. F. Reddy. Although
not rmmgh stock has been subscribed for
the Portland team, the promoters are con
fident that by continued hard work
enough can be raised to warrant entering
a team in the league.
Hovr It Goes In Boston.
Durlne the present ceW ana grip season
tblrty-nve thousand twe hundred and eighty
bax of I-axatlre Eromo-Qulnlne ha.ve beija
Turcbael by tha following: wholesale drag
bausftd of Boston: Oilman Bros, and Eastern
Paloma Schramm Concerts.
Paloma and Karla Schramm, the won
derful little child pianists, will appear at
the Marquam next Mondy and Tuesday
evenings. This is the second visit to this
city of these little children, and they are
now on their way to Berlin, where they
will enter the further study of music
Little Karla has never had instruction
A.4VtAw tlinn Vin frttfAM 1 r VA filefAl
great precautions against it. It Is Mec- the wonderful Paloma, but she now ranks
tlous and runs through whole families as a artistjc concert performer. She
and no one is free from its attacks It . brllllancv that nas
comes to the rich and the poor, tiie Just h rf u Qf bQth contInent3 talking,
and the unjust. Many attempt to ward i pa,oma has selected t0 render ln this
it on by taKing sxnun u" i, that cltv one of her most difficult programmes,
remedies. But the danger of this is that ,.-. ., , - ,. TOinir.
Paloma. ripe wlfh the experience of a
former concert tour, is now able to hold
her audiences entranced by her masterful
renditions of the most classical writings
of the old masters. Those who expect to
see Paloma as a child should not fall to
attend one of these recitals, as her stay in
Europe will be quite extended.
through improper treatment and iurtner
exposure. If the victim does not go to bed,
pneumonia or other diseases may follow."
COMING ATTRACTIONS. .
"Knobs o Tennessee."
The sale of seat3 will open this mqrnlng
at 10 o'clock at the Marquam Grand for
the "Knobs o Tennessee," which will be
the attraction at this theater on Friday
and Saturday nights and Saturday matl-
A Grand Trading Chance for
THE BUYING PUBLIC
A Time When Dollars Do Double Duty.
C? ftftft Bld in Ncw York Cot lhc "snap," which
vPLvijlUU wjj be placed on sale here in Portland
today, at prices to effect a complete rid
dance of the entire purchase within 60 days.
NOT ONE DOLLAR'S
ALL MUST BE SOLD
of this purchase will be put in the
WITHIN 60 DAYS.
Suspenders pairS!r.on.Susde:s: 5c
ShirtS Men's Stanley, Laundered, each.... lyC
Suits S K.n'.Su.'!3:..0.d.y'.er.'! $139
m. . Men's Heavy Leather Working. i(n I
uloves pcrpair lyC
Men's Mackintoshes !! $1
II J.... Men's heavy fleece-lined )e70
Underwear shirts or drawers, per garrn't L C
Misses' Hose PFSU'ra "d'bbd- 312c
Ladies' Vests :lbbd:.:'.cc':c'eM.' 2'2c
CL-;.fc Ladies' blcck separate skirls, well OA
JIirib made and lined, each OyL
Mackintoshes Ss'..p'.oid..b!?k: $1.95
Hne ribbed, long sleeves, each.
If Bnby la Cuttins Teeth,
Be sure and use that old and well-tried remedy.
heavy seamless, per
nee at 2:15 P. M., popular prices prevail- j Mrs winslows Soothlns Syrup, for children
Ins. "Knobs o' Tennessee" is iuu oi
startling climaxes and worthy sentiment,
and is fully as harmless as the other
biood-curdllns, pistol-shooting melo
dramas that Americans love. Of all the
characters, the three that are most likely
to remain In the memory are the uncouth
but fond-hearted mother, who loves like
a lioness yet courts death for her son
rather tfian dishonor tho young moon
shiner, -who is always appearing around i
the corner with his six-shooter at crmcai
moments, and the grotesque cloddishness
of the Swede servant.
teethlns. It soothes the child, softens tne gums,
allay nil na'.n curr wind colic and diarrhoea.
"Northern Lights" for Corilray's.
Commencing with next Sunday even
ing's performance, a strong company will
present Harklns & Barbour's successful
American play, "Xorthern Lights." The
story of the play is one of the most in-
1 terestlng pages of American history, and
A SORE LEG
So quickly as
WOODARD, CLARKE & CO.
Stockings. Crutches and Trusses,
j 4th and Washington Sts., Portland, Or.
Canton Shirts undVrshirtsach0?".0 19c
Work Shirts .d::!: 19c
Overshirts Sne!' !!!??: 39c
CaliCOeS Best Amtrican Indigo, per yard.. O4C
FlanndS Fancy Striped Outings, per yard.. O4C
MlSlin Heavy Unbleached Muslin, per yard .. DC
TL. a Hemmed, Ready for Use, good size, AZn
Pillow Slips LecahdytoUso:.We".Made:.. 8c
Table Covers ts.lcehacPha"eTO 39c
Shaker Flannel ",dh,dFu".... 5c
rti- S teen. White Downaline l )BL'
LOmiOrterS Filled, Hand Tufted, each QUAD
Blankets W,XV: '.'e: $1.85
Table Damask SMterntperyd. 25c
Blue or Red Checked, Fringed, OC
inS pcrdoren JV
bbed vests or
lined, each ...
Vests and Pants gJ!S, S5": 19c
liMn.rM-. Dark flannelelio, neat pat- A-,
Wrappers terns, braid trimmed, each.. UyC
Children's brown cloth, cape col- AO
lars, braid irimmed, each yOL
Misses' navy blue, plaid back, golf,
Skirts t:'cbS 'er8..wf!.'..g.".." $1.50
li a Ladles new polkadot flannel waisls,
W a 1515 in all colors, each
r xc Ladies' navy, tan or black tailor
jUllS made, each
RoI CfrifJ-c Ladies Oxford, plaid back, $f AC
dm jmrL5 well made and stitched, ea.pi.y
1 1mktHac Children's strong school um
UillUICllCto brellas, heavy covering, ea.
T.,rtU Large Cotton, Damask Patterns, OU I
lOWelS Fancy Border, eacn OaCJ
DOX COatS boucle box coats, each pZ,5U
Fur Boas f w".r..'"e!.'.a."':..$1-00
Collarettes Sfffcff fl-50
Jackets ?.T"T:" "? $2.95
""'a, Babies' fancy colored teaseldown,
VOalS ang0ra fringe, all lined
Tam o'Shanters SE1St3S!?.39c
Flannelettes ZZzr?' 9c
Is on First and Salmon Streets.
NO BRANCH STORES. Goods are delivered
promptly. Mall orders filled during the sale.