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THE MOKNINa OBEGONIAK, THUBSDAY, MARCH 23,- 1905.
RALLIES HIS- ARMY
Linievitch Occupies Line Near
, " Kunstuling.
JAPANESE ADVANCE ON FLANK
Western Army Marches on Main
Railroad, Eastern Army on Klrin
Russia Hurrying New Army
Nicholas Will Command.
LONDON, March 23. Will e the Bus
elans are retreating toward Harbin and
Commander-in-Chief Linievitch Is trying
y whip the Czar's soldiers Into formida
ble shape, the main Japanese army under
Field Marshal Oyama Is resting at Tle
llng. Beyond a question, however, the
two Japanese flanking armies, one operat
ing to the southeast and the other to the
northeast, are persistently moving for
ward on the -Russian rearguard. This
rearguard, which is fighting valiantly
end continuously to hold back the Jap
anese while the new Commander-in-Chief
reorganises the disrupted Russian
army. Is still 45 miles from the main
army," which is centralizing at Kunst
Euling, with the hppe of there success
fully meeting he Japanese army. If It
advances in force.
It Is the expressed opinion .of military
experts that the Russians will be able
to hold Kunstsullng only for a short
time, and that the best they can hope
for Is to be unmolested by the Japanese
and allowed to stop just long enough to
enable the stragglers to join the main
body and aid in cutting a way through
the two flanking Japanese armies. ,
Llntevltch's efforts to rally at Kunst
sullng are the result of the movement of
General Nogi from Fakumen. The Rus
sian commander. .It Is reported, will at
tempt to hold the posts on the Sungarl
and there try definite 'conclusions with
BOTH ARMIES RECUPERATING
Russians Get Respite From Pursuit,
Japanese Aiming at New Goals.
GUNSHU PASS. March 22. The Jap
anese appear to have given the Rus
sians a temporary respite from pursuit,
probably for" the purpose of reforming
their forces, as they did after the pur
suit of the Russians noTth from Liao
Yang. The Russian front runs south
east by northwest, with the Russian
right much nearer the railroad than
the left, while the Japanese position
follows a line intersecting Kalyuan.
The Impression here is that the Jap
anese Eastern army is marching on
Kirln, while the Western army is con
tinuing north between the Mongolian
border and the railroad, with the main
line from "Harbin westward as Its ob
jective, hut a period of Inactivity is
the likeliest outcome after the great
exertions of the Japanese on the
Shakhe, at Mukden and at Tie Pass.
Rumors of a probability that Grand
Duke Nicholas Nlcholalevltch will as
sume command of the armies, lately
current at Mukden, have beenrevlved
here in tne past two nays, ana are con-.
tlnulng in spite of the nomination of
Little or nothing is known here of
the happening In the outside world,
since the army Is now cut off from
all cbmmunicatlon by way of China, but
all are intensely Interested In the ru
mored peace discussions.
BIG ARMY ORDERED TO FRONT
Grand Duke Nicholas Will Command
With 240,000 Men Additional.
LONDON. March 23. The Chronicle to
rt nv nrlnts a St. Petersburg dispatch
stating that the Russians are aiming to
concentrate along the line of the Sungarl
"River between Bodune and Kiren, an
excellent strategetlcal position.
According to reliable information,
Linievitch Is to be speedily reinforced
with seven fresh army corps, totalling
240,000 men. It Is stated at the war
Office that two creat armies will prob
ably be formed with the supreme com-
-mnnri nf VintVi In "SMnrf TllV J1rin1n null
-with Generals Kuropatkln and Linievitch7
under him at the head of separate com
At Factory Prices
That is about what it means
at our place now!
The manufacturers Join us In sharing
the profit wljh you In order, to chroose
of 1500 pianos.
Have you given this matter serious
consideration? It certainly behooves
you to do so, as no such an opportun
ity has ever been presented here to se
cure a strictly high-grade piano at
small cast and on such easy terms.
Here you And the Knabe, Everett,
Steck, Packard, Hardman, Fischer,
Ludwlg. Conpver, Cable and many oth
er noted mikes, and the saving is
from $10Q to $150 on each piano. You
can buy a piano now from $175 up.
of 100 Pianos
To those who feel they cannot take
at this time we have placed 100 ol&nos
In a rent-sale club, as follows: There
are three styles of a standard make,
and the prices are J238. fZfi and JSCS,
and a saving on each of just $90. Tou
pay $5 a month for twelve months, and
then $7 per month till the balance Is
paid, and yon secure the piano at the
profit-sharing price. Tdu no doubt will
have friends visiting you during the
Fair, and, of course, will want a piano.
Why not secure it now, as a great
man'others are doing? Our easy pay
ment plan Is popular with the people.
ALLEN & GILBERT-RAMAKER CO.
Corner Sixth and (Morrison
REORGANIZING BEATEN ARMY
Gunshu Pass Is New Headquarters,
Fresh Troops Relieving Rear.
GUNSHU PASS, Tuesday, March 21.
The correspondent of the Associated
Press, after the removal of the Russian
headquarters from Tie Pass, remained
with the rear .guard, being some days
without telegraphic facilities. Extensive
preparations to carry out the plan of re-
treat were made by Generals (Kuropatkln,
Unlevltch, BUderllng and Kaulbars and'
-were successfully carried out.
On March 19 Kuropatkln, considering
Xhat the army was safe, departed for
iHarbln, hut having subsequently been di
rected to remain as commander of the first
army, reached here today, receiving a
great ovation at the railroad station, and
acknowledging the cheers by a short
speech, in which he expressed the hope
that the army would soon be ahle to
retrieve its reverses.
It Is too early to determine the effect
of the change In the supreme command,
but private soldiers have confidence In
the venerable Linievitch, whose task Is
monumental The -reorganization effected
at Tie Pass after the Tetreat from Muk
den Incontestably marked the end of the
second stage of Ihe war.
Gunshu Pass, which has a large railroad
station and Red Cross settlement, with all
army facilities, is now an enormous camp,
overflowing the native hamlet In all direc
tions. Troops arc arriving dally. The ad
vance divisions are continuing their
march northward, while some""fresh troops
from European Russia are coming south
to relieve the wornout rear guard. The
booming of guns on . the right flank was
heard all morning.
after the last train had been dispatched
northward, and as the army moved north
ward the bridges of the railroad were dis
abled and everything in the shape of
stores, etc, which could not be taken,
was burned. "
Some desultory artillery fire was heard
on the extreme right as the retreat pro
gressed, but the Japanese appeared to
be indecisive. Their pursuit lacked
strength. In spite of lour days' rest at Tie
Pass, which gave the Russians a chance
to reform after the hardships they had
suffered and they took up the march in
orderly fashion, pressing forward, how
ever, at such a pace that many horses
and cattle In the transport train were
exhausted and left dying by the roadside.
Like an endless serpent the army trailed
over the vast rolling country, moving
along during the day over half a dozen
meandering roads parallel with the rail
road. At night the neighboring hillsides
were Jlghted by dead grass ignite by
Tturty miles were covered tne first day.
Kalyuan being .left behind March 16. The
rearguard evacuated Changtufu, March
Despatch riders report that Colonel
Madrldoff, in command of an Irregular
force in the mountains far eastward,
found himself cut off before he got news
of the great battle of Mukden, and was
compelled to retire northw.es t, probably
making his way toward Klrin.
NEW JAPANESE BATTLESHIP
Launching Made Occasion of Ex
change of Compliments.
NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE. March 22.
The new Japanese battleship Kashlroa
was launched today at the E la wick
shipbuilding yard here, in the pres
ence of Baron Hayasbl, the Japanese
Minister to Great Britain.
The Kashlma-and her sister ship, the
Katorl, being built for Japan, at Bar-row-on-Furness,
are 16,400 tons, and
are to havo sDeed of 19 knuts. Their
main batteries will consist of four 12-
Inch guns, four 10-inch guns, and 12
six-inch guns. The armored belts will
be nine Inches thick, and they wjll
have superstructures of four-Inch ar
mor. Insuring that no part of the upper
works will be unprotected.
Madame Arakaw.o. wife of the JaDanese
Consul-General at-Dondon, touched the
button which released the 6hlp from the
At the luncheon after the launching. Sir
Andrew Noble proposed a toasf to the
Japanese Empire. He said all the Euro
pean nations, including Great Britain,
might learn a lesson from the Japanese.
.Their course, prior to the outbreak of
the war and their splendid strategy r.nd
the bravery wtfen compelled to strike, to
gether with the consistently dignified at
titude of the Government, made them an
example for all nations.
Minister Hayashl, who responded, said
the Japanese successes on the sea were
largely due to the fact that more than a
dozen of their great warships were built
In England. He was sorry the Kashlma
could not participate In the war, but the
war must end some time, and -thereafter
the power of the vessel would be used to
maintain peace Inline Fa East.
WILL SOQN UNITE THE FORCES
Two Russian Squadrons Will Then
Go for Togo.
ST. PETERSBURG. March 22 (5:30
P. M.). At the Admiralty It is strongly
Intimated that Admiral Rojestvensky will
effect a juncture with Admiral NebagotofC
within ten days, and then proceed to meet
(The third division of the Russian sec
ond Pacific squadron, commanded by
Rear-Adrairal NebagotofC. left Suda Bay,
Island of Crete, yesterday for Port Said.)
ARMY HAS NO BREAD TO EAT
Russian Editor Gives Strong Reason
for Making Peace.
vmv. March 22. Prince Ouk-
tomsky, editor qf Vledmosti. has declared
that peace Is Imperative, because there
Is no bread for the army, -says a Time3
dispatch from St. Petersburg. All the
grain accumulated at Harbin is asserted
to have been taken to Mukden or was
transported South by Chinese.
JAPANESE IN FRONT OF HIM
Linievitch Reports Ominous Appear
ance of Hostile Army.
ST. PETERSBURG. March 22. A dis
patch from General Linievitch, dated
March 2L says:
"Yesterday Japanese cavalry detach
ments appeared In 'front of our advance
posts. Behind the cavalry were Infantry,
who halted at the village of Machantzy."
War Depresses Industrial Stocks.
WARSAW. March 22 (1:35 P. M.). De
cntia Vi v.rr lnrrf orders on hand, the
shares of local Industrial companies have
fallen heavily on tne Bourse, owing to re
ports that the war in the Far East will
VALUE OF HIS LIFE
Issue Raised in Spreckels Dis
pute With Doctor.
HE REFUSES T0 AY $2000
Store with Largest
the Pacific Coast
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,5? WsMX$H 55.
New Art Shop Feature
The Monster Special Sale Continues
Teeming With Bargains of a Seasonable Class Marvelous
Values in Newest Sorf of Smart, Fashionable Merchandise
THE MOST IMPORTANT MARCH SALE WE EVER HELD, BRISTLING- WITH UNPARALLELED MONEY SAVINGS IN THE
BUYING OF DOWN-TO-THE-MINTJTE GOODS.
CONDENSED INFORMATION OF THE BARGAINS
What They Afe and How to Find Them
San Francisco Millionaire Has Law
suit in Austria Growing Out of
"Operation for Appendicitis
by Doctor Cans.
BERLIN, March 22. A dispute between
the American millionaire. Rudolph Spreck- J
els, of San Francisco, and a distinguished i
Austrian physician. Dr. Edgar Gans. j
which attracted much attention both In I
Europe and America, and had been sub
mitted to the Austrian Civil Court at Eger.
is now approaching its conclusion.
Mr. Spreckels was staying at Carlsbad
In the Summer of ISM and consulted Dr.
Gans regarding an Internal complaint,
from which he was suffering. Dr. Gans,
after inspecting the case, pronounced It
to be appendicitis, and declared that an
operation was necessary. The German
physician. Professor Sonnenberg, of Ber
lin, was summoned to Carlsbad for con
sultation, and at once confirmed the opin
ion of the case given by Dr. Gans.
Before the operation was performed a
legal written agreement was 'drawn up
between Mr. Spreckels and Professor Son
nenberg, fixing the fee for the operation
at $5000, In addition to $1250 for Professor
Sonnenbergs assistant . and staff of
nurses. "Professor Sonnenberg performed
the operation successfully and received
the fee. Dr. Gans continued to attend Mr.
Spreckels, who required medical atten
tion for some weeks after the operation.
whon Mr. Spreckels asked Dr. Gans to
name his fee Dr. Gans suggested $2000. Mr.
Spreckels attempted to leave Carlsbad
without paying any fee whatever to Dr.
Gans. The case was given to a lawyer.
who obtained a summary order from the
local court, Ipmpowering him to detain the
personal belongings of Mr. Spreckels as
security for the amount claimed. Mr.
Spreckels, facing the unpleasant possibil
ity of having his luggage seized, deposited
the full amount of 52000 with the local au
thorities, and at the same time Indicated
his intention of contesting the physician's
right to charge this amount.
In view of positive assertions made by
several distinguished physicians that Dr.
Gans saved the life of Mr. Spreckels. the
Question was raised whether a medical
man is not justified in charging more for
saving the life of a millionaire than, for
saving ine me or a pauper, some adverse
comment has been caused in the European
press by the fact that Mr. Spreckels, pre
tends to value his own life at less than
New Walking Skirts
TRIG AND TRIM
The Best $6.50 Values in Town
We shall place on tie racks tomorrow 300 very neat, stylish and attractive
Walking Skirts, made from fancy 'mixed suitings in a color line embracing
Oxfords blues, light grays and tan mixtures. The skirts are in 8-gored
style, with flare, and the full round lengths now in vogue for the new sea
son: ..Fancy strap and button trifmaings add to the style effect. All seams
are donble-stitched and boun,d. These stylish walking skirts are splendid
36.50 values. Special for today , 4303
SCHOOL. OP DOMESTIC SCIENCE.
AUSPICES PORTLAND X. "WV C A.
MENU FOR TODAY
Tea. Coffee. Chocolate.
Milk Served From Bottles.
Poached Eggs on Anchovy Toa3t.
Currant Jelly.. Omelette.
to Hot Rolls. Nut Bars.
Bread and Butter.
BECOME EXPERTS AT RETREAT
Russians Show Result of Long Ex
perience In Their Methods.
GUNSHU PASS, Manchuris. it)S miles
north of Tie Pass, Monday. March 20.
The Russian rearguard Is now 70 miles
north of Tie Pass. The Japanese are
slowly pursuing, but are not energetically
pressing the rear. .Apparently Field Mar
shal Oyama Is holding his main army at
When the Russians evacuated Tie Pass
March 15. one span of the five-span bridge
over the Tchal River, which flows into
theI'Iao River Just north of the town,
-was destroyed by dynamite Immediately
Bonds Will Go at a Discount.
ST. PETERSBURG, March 22. The new
Internal loan will be issued at a per cent.
Two Men Arrested at Oregon City
OREGON CITT. Or.. March 22. CSpe-
claL3 The door of Harris" grocery
store was found ajar Just as the II
o'clock car was about to leave for Port
land this evening. Two young men.
who had been seen in the vicinity of
The store, were taken from the car
and locked up on suspicion. Whether
the store waj robbed or not has not
The men gave the names of T. D.
Chapman and Cecil Jordan and resi
dence as East Market street. Portland.
They are said to have finished terms
in the walla walla penitentiary
short time since.
Census of Eugene Is Begun.
EUGENE. Or.. March 22. Special.)
enumeration for . the City of Eugene was
begun loaay oy v v. .nycnara. appoint-
for the remainder of the county will not
I be sent out unui aooui Apni l.
BRIEF TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.
The body of a woman 23 years old has
been found in shallow' water on the lake
Michigan beach at WInnetaka, near Chi
The New York Rapid Transit" Commis
sion proposes to let contracts for build
lng subway extensions costing at least
New York has an epidemic of pneu
monla, grip, bronchitis and meningitis.
And all the hospitals of Manhattan and
Brooklyn arc crowded.
A man whose name Is withheld was
arrested yesterday on suspicion of con
nection with the wreck of a Rock Island
train near Homestead, la.
A general reduction In telephone rates
In New York will take effect May L It
will range from 0 per cent, for small to
10 per cent, for, large subscribers.
Charles Erd, of the St. Louis law firm of
Block, Sullivan & Erd, shot himself In
the temple at the Imperial HoteL New
York, yesterday and insists that it was
an accident. He had Just won & suit at
Baltimore, and his partners know no
cause for suicide.
Mrs. Susan Sulxer. who apparently
dropped dead -at Connelton. Ind., about
ten days ago, and whose body was placed
In the cemetery vault, ! believed to be
alive, as a wound on her head bleeds at
intervals, her face is flushed and her
finger bleeds when pricked.
"What Is pronounced by a New York
connoisseur to be a genuine Gainsbor
ough picture Is in possession of a Mil
waukee citizen. It Is a portrait of King
Louis XIV of France, painted about the
same period as the Duchess of Devow
shire's portrait bought by J. P. Morgan.
The artist's name has been worn away
by time and stress. The canvas was
bought 23 years ago for a small price
from an old French Immigrant, who said
It was cut from Its frame 'during the
Two Extra Special Bargain
Today Only West Annex, Second Floor.
WOaiEN'S $5.00 TRIM
MED HATS . $3.49
This lot consists of 100
stylish trimmed dress
and suit hats, large and
small shapes, trimmed
with flowers and fancy
feather effects. Shapes
are made of maline,
chiffon and fancy
stra-vfc-; regular value
$5.00, special, your
WOMEN'S $8.00 TRIMMED HATS $4.49
A big line of fine trimmed and tailored hats
in all the newest shapes and colors, made of
straw and hair braids, trimmed with flow
ers and feathers, a vast choosing in this
lot; regular values from $6.00 to $8.00,
special, each ?4.4J
These Underprices on New
Silks and Dress Stuffs
for Today Only
36-inch Shower-Proof Black Taffeta, also spot
proof, just the thing for coats and skirts;
our regular $1.75 quality, special for Wed
nesday and Thursday only, per yd. $1.39
24-inch all Pure Silk Black, Taffeta, the best
wearing silk made in America; our regular
$1 J0per yard value, special for Wednesday
and Thursday only, per vard 79J
12,000 yards of Novelty Suit Silks and Em
broidered Pongee, the newest and prettiest
assortment of Suit Silks shown, all colors
and makes in the line; our regular $1.25
values, special for Wednesday and Thursday
only, per yard 93
COLORED DRESS GOODS SPECIALS.
Regular $2.00 New 1905 Dress Fabrics, silk
and wool mixtures, neat checjj Panamas, in
visible checked English suitings and a grand
assortment of novelty mohairs; all the new
shades and styles to choose from; special
for Wednesday and Thursday only, per
' Vard $1.49
Regular $1.75 New 1905 Suitings, novelty
French prunellas, shepherd checks in solid
and broken plaids, imported English suitings
in swell plaids and a splendid assortment of
colors and a full line of rainproof covert
cloths; special for Wednesday and Thursday
only, per, yard $1.29
BLACK GOODS POR WEDNESDAY AND
THURSDAY AT BIG SAVINGS.
3S-inch English Mohair Sicilian; mr regular
Coc grade, special,-per Vard 49
50-inch English Mohair -Sicilian; our regular
v 85c grade, special, per yard 59J
54 aud 45-inch English Mohair Sicilian: our
regular $1.00 grade, special, per yard 79
BLACK FRENCH VOHiES.
44 and 42 inches wide, beautiful fast black,
with crisp wire finish; an unequal ed value at
our regular price of $1.00 per yard, special
for Wednesday and Thursday only, per
Lace Curtains and O. W. & K.
Sewing Machines Are Told
of in Today's Bargain Tale
Irish Point "Lace Curtains, 12
styles to select from; regu
lar JG.50 value, special
pair. Regular 5 .50 value,
special, pair $3.15
Olds, Wort man & King Sew
ing Machines, high arm,
ball-bearing, oak cabinet,
box top. 3 drawers, regular
value $21.00; special 9185
each; S drawers, regular
value $22.65; spec., ca..$17.S3
TONGUE A CONCEALED WEAPON
Jersey Justice Fines Woman for
Wounding Him With It.
XBW YORK. March 23. Edward L.
Cook, who dispenses New Jersey -Justice
at Madison, in that state, has decided
that a woman's tongue, when used upon
a Justice of the Peace, becomes a con
cealed weapon. Two women had appeared
In his court, one charging that theothcr
had called her names. The Justice tried
to settle the case, and after dismissing
the complaint, endeavored to make the
women shake hands. It was then tnat
they turned their tongues loose upon the
Justice. He did not look up the law. but
made out a complaint under a section of
the disorderly act. which relates to con
cealed -weapons, and fined them $10 .each.
One of the women hurried to her lawyer,
who broutfht the. matter before a County
Judge for TeviewC That official set aside
the conviction and ordered, the- tines re- I
IN THE ART SHOP TODAY
Wert Annex Secoad Ploor.
$1.25 DOILIES AND CENTERPIECES $1.13.
Hardanger cloth stamped in Berlin embroidery
designs in hemstitched doilies, centerpieces
and scarfs; regular values 35c, God, $1.25
and $225, special Thuvsdav only at 18S
3b, 63 Aud 1.13 each.
Result of I. Gc School Vote at
5 P. M. Yesterday
Arthur Taylor. M. at A. Skejntn 3e
Reginald Carter. Bell Bey, the partem. . . 8287
Mae Hughes. Kaijcfc't She C 687
Guy Pue. T,rtJRiJ Delivery Co 34,418
Chas. Adler. W&aAarA, CJrke A. Co 21,310
Esther Carlson. Massa, Ehcatax & Co 21,3M
SPECIAL BARGAINS TODAY
In the Women's Furnishing Shops 1st Ploor.
Pretty Garnitures take a Price Drop for Today.
WOMEN'S $1.00 LISLE GLOVES 48c-
Women's Lisle Gloves in black, mpde, gray
and white, fine quality, all sizes in black,
sizes 5Y2 and 6 in colors; regular values 75c,
85c and $1.00, special, pair 48
25c LACES 7c YARD.
White Valenciennes laces, 3 to 5 inches -wide,
with insertions to match; regular value to
25c, special, yard 7?
COTTON LACES 5c YARD.
Washable cotton torchon laces, 1 to 4 inches
-wide, with insertions to match; special at,
WOMEN 25q SWISS AND LINEN HAND-
A line of Swiss and Richardson's pure Irish
linen Handkerchiefs with and -mch
hems, scalloped edge, hemstitched and em
broidered; regular values 20c and 25c, spe
cial, each 12V and 15
45c EMBROIDERIES 15c YARD.
A lot of embroidery Swiss, nainsook and. cam
bric, from 3 to 10 inches wide, with inser
tions to match; regular values 30c to 40c,
special, yard ; ,15
WOMEN'S $4.00 SILK NECK STOCKS 48c.
A lot of fine silk stocks with front pieces and
colored medallions, Persian effects, open
work faggoting, turnover collar effect, tucked
effects and front piece, front bows, stitched
with silk and gold threads, tvrice-around
effects and some cotton stock embroidered
colors with chiffon jabot and a lot of other
odds and ends; regular values from 75c to
$4.00, special, each y48
IN THt WOMEN'S WARDROBE
West Annex Second Floor.
Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats, with 12
inch flounce, plaited, 2-inch ruffles over
plaiting, finished with 5-inch ruffle and dust
ruffle; a grand value at the regular price
of $1.50, special Thursday only at....88
IN THE BABY-TO-MISS SHOP
Second Floor Arcade.
CHILDREN'S DRESSES AT HALF PRICE.
Children's "Mother Hubbard" dresses of fine
cambric and nainsook, trimmed in lace and
embroidery, ages from 6 months to 3 years.
These dresses have been used in window dis
play and in department trimming and are
slightly mussed, but bne trip to the wash
tub will make' them bright, fresh and new
as the day they left the makers; regular
values range up from $1.00 to $4)0f special
Thursday only at ONE-HALF PRICE.
THE SMALL-WARES SHOPS
A Libersd Quota to the Big Sale Today.
WOMEN'S $1.25 HAND BAGS 98c-New
stvle Hand Bags in latest shapes with
handles, inside card case and coin purse, as
sorted leathers; regular value $1.25, special,
each . 98d
35c BOX WRITING PAPER 25c-Writing
Paper, new style box, cloth finish, high
grade, new spuarc flap envelopes, cream,
light blue or gray tints; regular value 35c,
special, oox ,....o;
MEN'S $1.65 HAIR BRUSHES 9Sc Men's
Military Hair Brushes, fox wood, solid
back; regular value $1.65, special, each 98
BLOCK LIGHTS REDUCE THE GAS BIIXS
AJfl) IMPROVSTKE LIGHT,
WANTED AT OXCE
A flrst-clasa second trimmer and apprentices on
millinery. .Apply to the department manager today
or tomorrow second r loor. Annex.
WOMEK'S, BOYS' SPECIAL FOR TODAY
The Shoe Store on the "Fair-Way," West
Annex, First Floor.
One strap black
vici kid Slippers,
have all the
fort and style.
Ask for No. 564 y
ft "mJiiu tpx.AC
BOYS' SHOES Made on the '"Natural
Last," good velour calf skin, stout soles
Sizes 9 to 11, special at, the pair $1.49
Sizes 11 to 2, special at, the,pair S1.79
Sizes 2y2 to 54, special at, the pair. .1.94
DAINTY WASH FABRICS FOR
Dress Stuffs of the Wanted Sort for Pretty
Summer Frocks First Floor.
PRETTY 50c SILK GINGHAM 32c YARD
Pancy embroidered silk ginghams, very
popular this season for shirtwaists and
suits, a beautiful line of patterns; regular
value 50c. special the vard 32
$1.50 WHITE WAIST PATTERNS $1.00
500 new white silk finish waist patterns in
fancy jacquard effects; regular value $1.50,
special, each $1.00
Women's Underwear Bargains
Tpday's Extra Specials in Knitwear Aisles.
" First Floor.
WOMEN'S "TESTS 58c Women's fine, me,
dium light weight white merino Vests, high
necSr, long, short and no sleeves, extra silk
trimmed with ankle and knee-length tights
to match; regular value 85c, special "58
WOMEN'S 65c HOSE 39c PAIR Women's
black and tan lisle hose, with lace, and em
broidered boots, new imported stock, fine
quality and finish; regular value 65c, spe
cial, pair 39
INFANTS' 25c HOSE 18c Infants' mercer
ized lisle hose, seamless, pink, blue, cream,
cardinal and black; regular value 25c, spe
cial, pair -18
MISSES' COTTON VESTS AND PANTS
Misses' fine cotton, medium weight Vests
and Pants, made of fine, soft Egyptian
1 to 4, regular value 40c; special 27
Sizes 5 to 6, regular value 45c; special 30
WOMEN'S 35c VESTS 19c Women's white,
pink and blue, fine lisle Vests, low neck,
rto sleeves, silk tape, neat crochet trimming,
Richelieu ribbedt beauties; price regular
35c, special, each 19
MEN'S NEW SHIRTS
Spjcial Bargains for Today Man's Shop,
West Annex, First Floor. .
MEN'S $i GOLF SHIRTS 69c-Men's Golf
Shirts in . light, medium and dark effects,
plain and plaited bosoms, detached cuffs;
regular value $1.00, special, each 69
Today's Grist of Prices on the Third Floor.
Home: "Hxins" -
Are ground exceeding fine. A. look thro' -will
pay a trip up" on any of the three monster
passeng-er elevators will pay better Bring1
your iurse you'll need It for "change back."
Bric-a-brac at woaderfully low prices. A few
decorations won't come amiss many are use
ful Save In buying DO IT NOW.
Umbrella Stands, special at $2.50, $2.75, $4.00.
$5.00 up. to, each $19.00
Imported engraved Steins, special at,, each.
$3.00. $3.75, $4.23 and 55.50
Punch Sets, special at, each. $12.00 and... $14.50
Canrlelabras, special at, each, $5.00. $6.50, $7.25,
$3.35 to $18.90
Candastlnes (brass), special at. each, 90c, $1.25,
$2.00 and 3J5
Assorted Candle Shades, special at, each. 15c,
20c. 30c 65c, $1.23 and $1.75
Assorted Colored Candles, special at, each.. 3c
ycry choice English "Coalport" Cups and Sau
cers: special at. each. $3.50. $3.75. $3.90, $4.50,
$5.75, $5.00 and 37.50
Choice English Plates, special at, each, $2.30
15.50, $5.00. $6.00, $7.00 and
New decorated Cuspidors, special at, each.
$1.60, $2.00. $2.50 to 99.99
Lewis and Clark Souvenir Plates, special at,
each . - , 06c
LATEST OFFERINGS - IN NEW SPBING GOODS
IN OITR ART DEPARTMENT THIRD FLOOR.
7- inch Art Jardinieres, special, eaclu.,.1.0e
8- Inc Art Jardinieres, special, each $Ue
9- inch Art Jardinieres, special, each 935
10-lncli Art Jardinieres, special, eacn.. . . .33.73
8-lneh Art Jardinieres. lianJ decorated on beau-
tliul light groundwork, special, each.. .3.75
,-ineh Art Jardinieres, decoration same, spe
v da I. each - 7-1.50
10-Inch Art Jardinieres, decoration same, spe
cial, each 98.06
Rustic Jardinieres and Pedestals, very new!
special, each, from $1.75 to. ....... ......97.69
Hand-incised Art Jardinieres and Pedestals.
special, each, from $5.50 to $12.69
Louwelsea Art Vases, special, each. $1-75, $2.25,
$2.50, $3.25. $3.75. $4.75, $5.00 to.... $35.96
Sicard Art Vase, special, each,, $1.63, $2.25.
$3.50, $1.00 to. t. i fS.66