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THE MOBNINCf ORSGONIAff, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 190o.
HAS NO REGBETS
Baker Does Not Con
PUTS HOUSE EN TUMULT
He Denounces President's Mes
sage of Sympathy.
MAKES MOTION OF CENSURE
New York Congressman's Sentiments
Repudiated by Southern Demo
crats Naval Appropriation
Bill Is Passed.
WASHINGTON. Feb. .20. A Sensational
digression from the main question was
made in the House.tqday by Ba"kcr of
New 1'ork during the debate on the -naval
appropriation bill. He condemned the ac
tion of President Roosevelt in sending a
message of oondolonce to "Russia express
ing the sontiment that the Government
nd American people viewed the act with
r.bhorrence. The people," he declared, did
view with abhorrence the massacre in St.
Petersburg on January 22, but the Presi
dent, he said, had not seen fit to send a
message of condolence on that occasion,
lie was replied .to by Grosvcnor (Ohio),
who took the ground that, regardless of
the character of the Duke or the question
of the right or, wrong of Russia's policy
toward her subjects, the President, In
pending the message he did, had done ex
actly what civilization recognized as his
The climax came later in the day, when
Baker read a resolution on the subject.
which he subsequently introduced, and
which In offect was a reiteration of his
remarks previously made, lie explained
that it had been suggested that. In the
event of his offering such a resolution, a
motion would be made to expel him. He
shouted defiance to any member of the
House to make the motion, as he de
posited the resolution and took his seat
amid the confusion which the incident
Naval Bill Is Passed.
The House passed the naval appropria
tion bill, earning a total of $99,914,353.
The provision for the two battleships as
reported by the committee on naval af
fairs was retained. Both the majority and
minority were badly divided on the propo
sition, at least 40 members of tho 1 at tor
going over to the Republicans, while
about an equal number of Republicans
voted in opposition. Several important
change? in the bill were made. The pro
posed .increase of 1200 men and officers for
the marine corps was stricken out, as was
also -the provision authorizing the con
struction of a collier somewhere else than
at the Mare Island Tavy-ard In Cali
fornia. In order to do the work, better,
an 'item of $175,000 was inserted for the
proper equipment of the Mare Island
A. resolution providing for early consid
eration of bills allowing homestead en
tries of 640 acres each in Colorado and
South Dakota was the first business in
the House today. It was called up under
suspension of the rules and was opposed
by Maddox (Dem., Ga.), who forced, a
count of the- Houso on a point of no
quorum, and also a debate on the adop
tion pf the. resolution.
After a prolonged discussion the rules
wore suspended and tho resolution was
Not Shocked at Assassination.
Consideration of the naval appropria
tion bill was then resumed and Baker
made -his attack oa the President for
sending his message of sympathy to the
"1 deny," he vehemently asserted, "that
the American people are shocked by the
killing of the Grand Duke Sergius."
The people, he Insisted, were, however,
shocked "at the wanton massacre on Jan
Tho killing of Sergius he declared to be
but an incident in the effort the Rus
sian people were making to overthrow
the tyranny that had oppressed them.
"Do you wish It to go out to the coun
try," Interjected Thayer (Rep., Mass.),
"that the American people sanction the
killing of Grand Duke Sergius?"
Baker replied that the people were
shocked at tho action of a government
that refused to take notice of the murder
of thousands of Its indlvicuals, "and yet
pretends to be horrified at the loss of ono
General applause was accorded Maddox
(Dem., Ga.) when he declared that the
Democratic side of the House did not
approve of "this damnable assassination."
He said tho Democrats believed in fan
lights. "Wo don't believe in slaughter," he
said, "and we don't believe in this busi
ness which caused the slaughter of the
Grand Dutce Sergius. And," he added,
"the Democratic party don't stand for it
now, nor will it ever do so."
Grogvenor Defends President.
In the course of his remarks, Baker
had referred to the refusal of the House
to adjourn out of respect to the Russian
killed on the streets of St Petersburg
on January 22. With particular reference
to this subject, Grosvenor (Rep. O.) was
bitter in Iris criticism of Biakor. Baker's
action, he declared to havo been unpre
cedented. Had adjournment been taken,
it would have been a meaningless and
stupid exhibition of ignorance. The House
and the world knew that the American
Congress did not sympathize with riot
and unnecessary bloodshed, whether it
was necessary or not. There was no doubt
a strong critical opinion In the country,
but he said no intelligent man would sug
gest that Congress express an opinion
on that subject. Grosvenor denied that
the President fell short of his duty, and
said that, as regards the killing of Grand
Duke, Sergius, it would, have' been little
short of impropriety had not the Presi
dent sent his message of condolence. The
United States was not treating tho ques
tion of the character of Sergius, nor the
question of the right or wrong of Rus
sia's, internal policy, but in the name of
common humanity and In pursuance of
a time-honored precedent, the President
had sent his message of condolence. Ho
ventured the assertion, and received lib
eral applause In doing so, that. If a vote
of condemnation of the President was of-
fered by any resolution of Baker. It would
not get a vote except the tatter's own.
No Increase in Marine Corps.
In getting back to the naval bill, the
House, on a point of order by Sherman
(Bep. N. Y.) struck out the provision
for the proposed Increase in the strength
of the Marine Corps. For .contingent ex
penses of the Marine Corps, the appro
priation was reduced from 5215,000 to
When the provision was reached re
garding the construction of two new bat
tleships, a number of members were on
their feet with amendments. An unsuc
cessful attempt was made by Hughes
(N. J.) to require the Government to
stipulate in its contracts with builders
an observance by them of the eight-hour
law. An amendment was offered by Per
kins (N. Y.) proposing a reduction in. the
number of new battleships from two to
Rixey (Rep. Va.) opposed the construc
tion of any new battleships at all, oa the
plea that sufficient officers had not been
provided and also that the United States
in the matter of battleship construction
was building faster than Great Britain.
The statement was denied by Foss, which
caused Maddox (Dem. Ga.) to inquire why
the United States should not be first
among the navies of the world.
W. W. Kitchin (N. Y.) alleged that the
United States was upbuilding its Navy
aster than any Nation on earth. The
two battleships proposed were further sup
ported by Bassett and Sulzer (Dem. N.
Y.). Grosvenor Rep. O.), Meyer (La.)
and Foss (Rep. 111.). Mondell (Rep. Wyo.)
and Thayer (Rep. Mass.) favored one bat-
tleshin only, and Rarlhnlrit mm Mn.V
Scott (Kan.). Driscoll (N. Y.) and Lind
(Minn.) opposed any new battleships.
Baker Moves a Resolution.
Before the vote was taken Baker (N.
Y.) created a sensation by offering the
following resolution, which he read:
That, while this house views with horror
the deliberate destruction of human life at
all times and under ail circumstances; vot
it declares that, reprehensible as was the
murder of Grand Duke Sergius, It was no
more wanton than the massacre perpetrated
by the ItuFslan government on January 22.
when thousands of unarmed men, women
and children were butchered in cold blood;
and that It regards the murder of those
helpless, unoffending men, women and chil
dren as one o the most dastardly crimes
cvor perpetrated; that in refusing to express
the horror of the people of this country at
that fearful crime, wiiile now asserting that
"both the American Government and peo
ple" view the hilling of Grand Duke Sergiu
with abhorrence, the President has not and
docs not voice tho real sentiments ot the
poople of the United States.
In an excited manner hr nnsartrtA iYiat
he had been told that. If he introduced
the resolution, a motion would be made to
expel him from the House. Rushing down
the aisle and wavlnr the resolution in hl
hand, he dopositod it in the box provided
ior sucn measures, and dofied any one to
make a motion to expel him.
"Make it now." he .shouted. "Etih
Expel, I tell you. Introduce your motion
Two Battleships to Be Built-
When the excitement over his action
had subsided, the Perkins amendment in
appropriate for one battleship only, in-
aieaa oi two. was dereated on a vote by
tellers, 321 to 144, which had the effect
of passing the original provision for two
While no record vote was tnken it
noticed that many Democrats voted for
ine two battleships and a number of
Republicans against the proposition.
The House rejected an amendment by
iucisary tJuass.). which proposed, on ac
count of tho price of steel in the I'nltpi
States, to strike from the hill the re
quirement by law that the vkso1b in ail
their parts shall be of domestic manu-
On a point of order by Bell (Cal.), the
provision giving the Secretary of the
Navy tho authoritv to build nicotrVmr-n
collier authorized by Congress at the last
session 4.0 be built, on the Pacific Coast
was stricken out. That action immedi
ately was followed by the adontlnn nf
amendment of Nolen (Cal.) providing for
an appropriation of J175,(X to equip the
-uare lsiana ivavy-yara for building the
A spirited discussion, which resulted lit
no action, arose over the ability of the
MIdvale Steel Company to fillfll Its ran.
tract with the Government In tho matter
of armor-plate deliveries, In the course
or wnicn Morreil (Pa.) made a vigorous
speech in behalf of the MIdvale Company.
Several further attempts to amend the
bill failed. When the bill was reported
to the House from the committee of the
whole, Foss moved to recommit It, at tho
samo time demanding the previous ques
tion. Bartlett (Ga.) was on his feet at once
and objected that Foss' action was a trick
to prevent a vote on the battleships.
Speaker Counts a Quorum.
Wadsworth (N. Y.) sought an adjourn
ment, but his motion was voted down,
and the House then, on a viva voce vote,
adopted the previous resolution. Robin
son (Ind.) made the point of no quorum.
The Speaker-proceeded to count, and then
Inquired if any member had not voted
on the previous vote.
"I did not." said .Robinson.
"Then you are one and I am two, and
that makes a quorum," replied the
Speaker, his remark convulsing the House.
A further motion by Wadsworth to ad
journ was defeated, and then the motion
to recommit was voted down and the bill
was passed without the division.
Payne (N. Y.) announced tho death to
day of his colleague, Otis, at his home In
Yonkers, and offered the usual resolutions
of sympathy. The Speaker appointed a
committee of the House to attend the
funeral and the House at 7:10 P. M. ad
journed until tomorrow at 12 o'clock.
NO CASH FOR CHURCH SCHOOLS
Bard Gets Amendment in Indian Bill
Blow at Osage OI! Lease.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 20. The Indian
appropriation bill, as agreed on by tho
committee on Indian affairs, includes an
amendment offered by Senator Bard of
California as follows:
That no portion of the funds appropriated
by this act nor the principal or Interest of
any Indian trust of tribal funds, held ny
the United States for tho benefit of any In
dian tribe, shall ba available nor be ex
pended for the support of any sectarian or
Among other amendments are the fol
lowing: Authorizing the Secretary of the
Interior to Investigate alleged fraudulent
lease or leases for inadequate compensa
tion of Indian territory with a view to
their cancellation; increasing from IG0.00Q
to $300,000 the appropriation to be ex
pended under the Dawes commission; pro
viding for the opening of tho Uintah res
ervation in Utah September 10 Instead of
March 10. 1003; appropriating 51.500.000 for
the opening of the Colvlllo Indian reserva
tion in Washington.
Must Pay for Government Timber.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 20. The Su
preme Court of the United States today
overruled the decision of nhe United
States District Court of Montana in
the case of the United States vs. the
Montana Lumber & " Manufacturing.
Company and tip Northern Pacific Rail
way Company in which It was held
that the Government could not enforce
penalties for timber cut,on unsurveyej
Chamberlain's Conh Remedy tho newt on
For more than SO years qhambcrlnln's
Cough Remedy has constantly gained in
favor and popularity until It Is now ono
of the most staple medicines in use and
has an enormous sale. It Is Intended
especially for acute throat and lung dis
eases, such as coughs, colds anil croup
pleasant5 and safe to take and is undoubt-
iui i.iu uwi in tut; iiikjvcl ior mc pui
poees for which it Is Intended. For sale
by all druggists, ...
1 I " 1" ' I . I
3t 6 M.Was&8t Sts.
"The Quality Shop"
Public Tea Room
Auspices Portland Y. W. C A.
FOR TUESDAY, FEB. 21.
Tea CofTeo Chocolate
Milk Served In Bottles
.Bread and Butter
Ready With the New Spring Goods! A final Electrocution of Prices
On AH Winter flfl1 sapte Stocks for Reducing to a Minimum Before the Grand Openings.
Besolute leadership demands that all of the goods of a season he sold during that season. Mercantile success depends on selling so nearly
out while profit is possible, that the business isn't hurt by the loss in the windup. The values started axe the fair prices our prices in the
earlier season. We won't get back the dollars we spent or anywhere near it on much that is offered this week; But we've had a phenomenal
year, and this loss .isn't a drop in the bucket. t
Arthur Taylor, M. fc A. Skogren 6,411
Mac Hughes, Knight Shoe Co . 4,710
THE I. C SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP VOTING CONTEST
STANDING OF CONTESTANT AT 6 P. M. YESTERDAY
E aTilJJ contestant, will be published, excepting at
WHllam Sheahan, O. R. & N. Co
Ida Harkinrlder, Meier Jfc Frank Co
A. Haynes, Ice Machine Mfj?. Co
Joseph Bishop. U. S. Laundry
A. B- Chase, Plnkerton detective force.
Charles Poindcxter. Rich CIffar Store..
L. F. Haley, 31. Seller Co.
W. C Cooper. 1. V. M. Co
Mr. Toomey, Llpmnn. Wolfe &. Co
D. A. McRae. Lip man. Wolfe & Co
Burt Harlow, city Unman
Nell Younger, O. M. Co
Fred Gifford, electrician
ReeinnJd Carter. TIellhnY. Th x'h.
Guy De Pue, Portland Delivery Co
Charles Adler, Woodard, Clarke Jfc Co....,
Ralph Holmes. Ladd fc THton's Bank...
P. H. Battin, Wadhams & Kerr Bros
i" red .Murphy, Went era Electric Co 1,475
jcsiner uarison. Vinson Si lilinuan 1,410
Raymond Smith, Columbia Ice Co 1.332
Tonnt flni-lr tf.l Jt. Y3nl. so- r.r.-
Janct Clark. Meier r l.'rnnlc r.n
E. C Molln. Meier !fc Frank Co
Isabella McCurry. Lipoma, Wolfe & Co....
C W. Coote. S. P. shop
Cnarles Johnson, Phoenix Iroa Work....
Second Moor Annex Salons
Women's 75c Drawers
39c a Pair
A splendid line of women's muslin Drawers, umbrella
style, with 10-lnch flounce, prettily trimmed with
clusters of tucks and embroidery edge; regular
value 75c; extra special, each 30c
A GREAT FEBRUARY REDUCTION SALE
of House Furnishings and Home Fittings uTmrp.oo?5
NOW IS THE TIME FOR HONE FURNISHING
. w i -aacr vaiae ana aoaie taIaB3 at half price. And nettled housekeepers, who lavarlablr need -omethm fr ..., r .- , "
Sprlac;, will find it most profitable to buy hott.
In the Crystal Grotto
A GREAT SP15CLL SALTS OF LIBBV CUT
GLASS. BRONZES, 1IOYAL DRESDEN AD
LIBBY CUT GLASS (of which ttc are sole
sfirnta In Portland) t
Sucrnr and creamer, our $5.50 value; special.
Berry bowls, our J7.25 value; speoial,
Berry howls, our $10.00 value; special at.
Water bottles, our J5.50 value; special at,
Water tumblers, our J7.25 value; special at.
set of 6 , 9&&9
"Elccancc." our $1S.")0 value; special.
"Coquette," our $14.50 value; special at.
"Grace," our $18.00 vaue; special at.
"Forseron," our $14.75 value; special at.
"Oeillet," our $16.00 value; special at,
each : 910.75
"Lever Du Jour," our $24.00 value; special.
"1 Instruction," our $15.00 value; special at,
ROYAL DRESDEN WARE.
Our $34.00 value; special at, each 922.75
Our $15.00 value; special at, each Slt.rr.
Our $19.00 value; special at, each 91X00
Our $22.50 value; special at, each 918.00
Our $20.50 valUe; special at, each 918.50
Our -$32.53 value; special at, each 928.00
Our $35.00 value; special at, each $23.00
ROYAL TKPLITZ VASES.
Our $12.23 value; special at, ach 90.SO
Our $S.25 value; special at, each 50.80
Our $13.00 value; special at, each 910.40
Our $9.25 value; special at, each..... -.97.40
Our $9.00 value; special at, each .97.20
Our $11.50 value; special, at. each 50.30
3-Ilght "Diana," regular $2C00 value; spe
cial at 917.33
"Vlctoriense," one-liht, with silk shade:
our $26.90 value; special at 917.35
3-Ilght Electrolier, our $24.00 value; special
at 91 COO
Antique Copper Tankards; regular $7.25
value; special at. each , 9XSfl
Antit(Uo Copper Tankards: regular $9.S5
values; special at. each 97.8S
.Frames ot Antique Brn.
Our $5.50 value: special at. each 9-i.3
Frames Rich Gold Plated.
Our $7.25 value; special at, each 93.S0
Our $5.50 value: special at, each S4.SA
Our $4.25 value; special at, each 9&40
THE SPRING EXPOSITION OF
In the HeTret 1065 patterns are ready and -oa
display la the upaelou. Fourth Floor halls.
Prices the JoyreJrt oB the Coast Tor equal
THE GREAT FOURTH FLOOR SALES.
Curtains a plcasins: feature. Beautv and
bargralns vie for the attention of home
ntter3 in the great home-fitting shops on
l ourth Floor. Read first of a sale of
ODD PAIRS OF ARABIAN CURTAINS.
Corded Arabians, cable net, very strong, du
rable curtains, 50 inches wide, 3 yarJs
long, only one and two pair lots.
NEW MADRAS CURTAINS.
A handsome line of new Madras curtains In
cross stripe, beautiful color combinations,
memorized and plna silk stripes, 60 distinct
styles in the choosing:
Regular $2.23 value; special, pair 91.75.
Rogular $2.75 value; special, pair 92.10
Regular $3.23 value; special, pair $2.50
Regular $3.30 value; special, pair 92.05
Regular $4.00 value; special, pair 93.10
Regular $4.50 value: special, pair 93.50
Regular $5.00 value; special, pair 93.S5
Regular $6.00 value; special, pair 94.75
Regular $7.50 value: special, pair 90.00
ResuJar $8.50 value; special, pair 90.75
Carpets and Rugs
NEW ARRIVALS SUST OPENED.
.Taut arrived, a nerv line of Carpets, Raps,
Tapestries, Bnrlapn, Sllkollaes, Satines, De
ntins, Tabic Covers, Couch Covers, Portiere
and Lace Curtains, In Brussels and Renais
sance eiTects. Nevr Brussels, Irish Point
BnttenBerjTt Corded Arabian Point, Arab and
A magnificent showing of distinguished
new arrivals in rare old
Selected by an expert from the choicest col
lections ever made in the far-away Orient.
Gems fit for heirlooms, but prices surpris
BARGAINS OF THE RARA-AVIS TYPE.
This week's values should draw-lovers off
the fetching and beautiful in dress from all
Portland and her surroundings. .An OJds.
Wortman & King sale amounts to something.
We've won leadership fairly in thi women's
toggery lines It is one of our greatest hob
bles, and we ride it Imrd. These little
touches are essential to elegance in dress and
to comfort. We know good value, too and
we give good ones. Proof:
IN THE WOMEN'S FURNISHING SHOPS.
LACE COLLARS, LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS,
LACE BANDS AND EMBROIDERIES.
91.75 LACE COLLARS FOR 8Sc.
Venlse Lace Collars, 11 Inches wide, In cream
only, very pretty and much worn. Regular
$1.5 value special at, each OSc
LACE BANDS FOR 10c.
Venlse Lace Bands, In cream and white, 1 and
2 Inches in width; special at, the yard. ..10c
A full line of pare sheer Linen Handker
chiefs, unlaundered. with 4-lnch hems and
hand-embroidered initials. Our regular 20c
valucs special, 6 In box. at. the box. ...90c
A very complete line of Emoroideries for cor
set covers. In Swiss, nainsook and camhric,
in both dainty and elaborate patterns.
Prices at, the yard
35c, 50c, 65c, 75c to 92.50
Come Knocking at
Our Doors From
Every Train Now
Grand Salens Second Floor.
And the new arrivals, create a charming
impression "right from the jump"
we're glad to take 'em In. Quiet, ele
gant Suits for women of refined and
dressy proclivities nothing flashy
about 'cm nothing but the price mark
to t6ll you they're only Just moderately
priced 918.00 to 925,00
Stunning Suits, made of covert cloth; the
coat, 27 inches in length, tight titling,
with fancy stitched seams, reg-o'-mut-ton.
sleevus and inlaid taffeta collar
skirts made walking lengths in plaited
effects. These suits the swellest of their
kind, are priced, each, from.. 918. to 925
SMART NEW COATS
Col. Jaclotf made lir tighl-iUtlng style, with stitched strap seams of
same material taffeta sIIk lined leg-o'-mutton sleeves, with turn-back
iJfi .a,J. ,straP trimmings fr6m shoulder to cuffs. Very handsome, new
and stylish garments; priced from ...936.00 to 925.09
Extra Specials for the Week:
Women's 925 and 92&0 Spring Suits
Handsomely tailored Suits adapted
for Spring wear. These suits are
of splendid workmanship in
street or walking styles. In mate
rials of mohair, etamlne and che
viots in Spring weights. A range
of colors embracing navys,
blacks, browns and neat, pretty,
fancy checked patterns. Best $25
and $28.50 values: special for
Children' Spring: boats Half Price.
In Spring weights, plain tailored,
box styles. Materials are eta
mines, broadcloth, flannel suitings
and swell coverts. Choose from
reds, blues, grays, tans and smart
fancy mixtures. Values to $17.50
are included: all at. HALF PRICE
Women's House Wrappers 92.00
Values for 70c.
A storefnl of the prettiest Wrap
pers in town, a full line of dainty
colorings. - Spring styles, flannel
ettes and neat percales, attractive
and comfortable. Dark and light
shades not sedate Just quiet
and pretty. Fussed as sweetly as
you please with laces and em
broidered. Some with' tiny ruf
fles that trim deep collars and
deeper ruffles. There Isn't an
other such a gathering of taste
ful house wrappers in Portland.
Workaday dress that's rl?ht.
Values In the offering as good -as
tho regular $2.00 grades, while
they last 70c
New Knitwear for Matron and Miss
Also Hosiery Novelties
Scores of Remarkable Values First Floor.
The Famous --Mcrode" Under
garments Are Ready for
Our receiving-rooms were transformed Into a
vast clearing-house for Knit Underwear last week.
Hundreds pf cases came In from the elevators,
their contents counted, checked and properly
marked, then hustled to their respective ware
rooms and again sorted and selections made for
stock. Among tho lines was a full and complete
Spring assortment of the
WORLD FAMOUS -MERODE" KNIT
Underwear for both women and children. Every
quality and style. Hundreds of our patrons who
have been waiting to supply their wants from
these lines will hall today's news with pleasure. A
host of rare bargains this week in the knitwear
Women's Hose for 10c.
Women's fine black Hose, fine
ribbed lisle; an Immense seller at
25c; special at. the pair 10c
"Woraeu's Hose for 12c
Women's black cotton Hose, seam
less with double soles; our 20c
value; special at, the pair.. .1214c
Women's Worsted Hose for 18c.
Women's black worsted Hose,
seamless with gray he61 and toe;
our 25c value: special at, pr.lSe
Women's Hose for 25c.
Women's, black cotton extra size
Hose with finished foot and double
sole; our 40c value; special at, the
Children's Hose for 18c.
Children's black worsted Hpse.
seamless, with double knee; big
values up to 35c; special at, the
Children's Hose for 10c.
Children's black cotton Hose, seam
less; values In the lot to 17c; spe
cial at, the pair 10c
Women's Cotton Hose for 17c
Women's fine- maco cotton hose, fine
finish, double sole, heel and tee;
a splendid 25c value; special at.
the pair 17c
Women's Vests for 20c.
Women's white cotton Vests, light
weight, long- sleeves; extra sizes.
7. 8 and 9: our S5c value; special
at, the garment a6c
Women's Lisle Fonts for 30c.
Women's heavyweight, cream tinted
lisle Pants; big 75c value; special
at, the pair ..SOc
Women's Merino Pants for 72c.
Women's Swiss ribbed iperino Pant3
In whlto and silver gray; our $1.00
value; special at, the pair.... 72c
Women's Cotton Underwear for 33c.
Women's Winter weight, fleeced
lined. Vests and Pants, cream
tinted; our 50c value; special at,
Women's Underwear for 32c.
Women's balbrlggan Vests and
Pants: useful all the year around;
our 50c value; special at. each .32c
Children's Underwear for 10c.
Children's Swiss ribbed, cream col
ored Vests and Pants: good
weight, in all sizes, from IS to
34: big value at, the garment.. ic
VERY SPECIAL VALUES IN THE
First Floor Sixth-Street Annex.
Splendid news for you, Mr. Man,
if you're one of those fellows
who've found out the benefits of
trading at this "Different" Alan's
Men's 85c Nightshirts 59c.
Men's fine quality muslin Night
shirts, felled seams, full length,
best workmanship; regular value
S5c; special, each ....50c
Men's 29c Sox 10c.
Men's fine gauge seamless black
cotton Sox, regular value 20c;
special, pair 10c
Men's 75c Underwear 25c.
Broken lines men's Underwear in
ribbed balbrlggan, cotton fleece,
medium merino and ribbed cot
tons: regular value 75c; special,
to close, each - 25c
Men's 91J50 Gloves 91.00.
Men's fine quality dress Kid Gloves.
cahlestltched. in tans and browns,
best $1.30 values; special, pr.9i.0d
Men's 91-00 Underwear 50c.
Mon-s derby ribbed balbrlggan Un
derwear, shirt and drawers of a
celebrated make;, .famous for fit
and wear; In a medium brown
shade; regular value $1.00; spe
cial to close-, each 50c