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: THE MgKSIXG OREGONIAKTEGDATv JUKE 6, 1905.
MORE EQUITABLE QaJWv
GRAND INTERNATIONAL SALES THIS WEEK
Disgusted With Rejection of
Frick Committee's 'Plan
SCHIFF HITS AT WRANGLERS
Says Hyde and Alexander Missed Op
portunity to Save Society In
galls Denounces Manage
ment for Extravagance.
NEW YORK, June 5. Plans to es
tabllsn harmony In the affairs of the
Equitable Life Assurance Society -were
further complicated today by the res
ignation of two more director, making:
five in all ivho have recently seceded
from the board. A dispatch from Bos
ton announced that T. Jefferson Cool
idge had tendered his .resignation, to
take effect Immediately. This was fol
lowed by the resignation of- Jacob H.
Schiff. head of the banking -house of
Kuhn, L.oeb & Co.. who has been a
member of the boarJ of directors 12
years. In addition, announcement
rame from- Cincinnati that Melville E.
Ingalls would also resign. Mr. Schlft's
resignaticn was conveyed in the fol
lowing letter to President Alexander:
Schiff Denounces Alexander.
In view of the proceedings at the meet
Ins of the board of director of the Equitable
Life Assurance Society heM lart Friday, I
feel constrained, after mature reflection, to
tender my rcilgnatlon a a director of the
society, to take effect at once. Throughout
the recent controvert? I have .ntudlously re
frained from any action which might add to
the complications -with which the society ha
been struggling; I have even remained client
In the face of many malicious and baseleso
etatements regarding: the business transac
tions between my firm and the society, which
have been disseminated through your agents,
notwithstanding your failure to publicly dis
avow and deny these statement Instead of
sending me as you have recently done) pri
vate messages expressive of regret for the
lndlcreet and overzalou actions of your
The meeting of the directors last Friday
offered. It eecmcd to me, & supreme oppor
tunity for rescuing the society from the evil
situation Into which It had been cast by fac
nlonal disputes and by the conduct of Its of
ficers. If you and Mr. Hyde had been able
at the critical moment to rice to the occasion
and had supported my motion tor the appoint
ment of a committee of directors consisting
of men of National reputation for high char
acter and Independent Judgment, with author
ity to select a chairman of the board with
plenary powers, a Just and effective reorgani
zation of the 'management of the society and
the restoration of public confldence might have
been possible, but you and Mr. Hyde have
permitted the pyschologlc moment to slip by
and recognized the mistake only after the
disintegration of the board of directors had
been begun and It was too late to repair the
demage which had been done.
In view of the present situation. It does not
eeem likely that there will be an opportunity
for independent Action in the board, and I
have reluctantly come to the conclusion that
I- can no longer b of sen-ice to the society
py remaining upon Its board of directors, of
which I have been a member for 12 years.
Other Resignations Likely.
John A. Stewart, one of the commit
tee of seven appointed by the directors
ti mcir last meeting io nominate a
chairman of the board, said today that
ho would not decide on what course he
would adopt until the special meeting
or the directors called for Wednesday.
D. O. Mills, another member of the
committee, said In all probability ho
would resign, but would not decide port
ltively until the board meeting. It is
understood that August Belmont has
decided to serve on the nominating
committee, regarding this as his duty
to the society. Mr. Belmont, however,
declined to discuss the affairs of the
The inquiry Into the affairs of the
socioty was resumed today at the Equit
ably offices by State Superintendent of
Insurance Hendricks. Gerald R. Brown,
superintendent of the bond and mort
gage department of the society, was
Bummo.ied. and Second Vice-President
Tarbell was again questioned. Mr.
Hendricks said that he had already
examined Mr. Schiff, but would not
say what other directors had "been be
Ever Seen in Portland
We are nothing if not at the head of
the procession when it comes to showing
tee best the market produces In the way
of pianos. Being the oldest and largest
house In the. city we naturally had the
cream of the piano products to select
from, hence our large representation of
the,, oldest and best makes. Knowing
that there would be large numbers of
people from all parts of the country,
and especially from the Northwest, where
we are catering for trade, during our big
Fair, we arranged accordingly' and to
what extent we have succeeded we Invite
the public to come and jsee. Here you
find the Knabe. Everett. Hardman.
Fischer, Packard. Ludwlg. Conover. Vose
and many others, that have a world-wide
reputation, and In all the various styles
of architecture. In mahogany, walnut and
oak cases. W are anticipating a very
large trade this season and in order to se
cure it we are going to give every in
ducement possible in the way of price
and terms. Our house has been recog
nized above all others, as the selection of
pianos for the following state buildings
and other buildings at the Lewis and
Clark Fair will show: Oregon. Washing
ton. Idaho. Utah, North Dakota, Mis
souri. New York. Coos County. Fra
ternity, Forestry. Eastern Star. Festival
Hall and Auditorium. We also have the
only exhibit at the Fair where we show
some of' the finest products that have ever
been produced, and give a very cordial
Invitation to all to visit It as welt as our
elegant warerooms, corner Sixth and
Morrison, where every courteej' will be
extended to all visitors. If you want the
best for your money you will be sure to
And It at our store. We also have pianos
for rent on reasonable terms.
Allen SGilbert-Ramaker Co.
CORNER SIXTH AND MORRISON STS.
management and the one-man ownership of
stock eliminated, the Equitable has a great
COOLIDGE LEAVES THE BOARD
Equitable Director Approved Report
of Frlck Committee.
BOSTON. June S. Jefferson Oooljdge. of
this city, today announced that he had
resigned as a director of the Equitable
Life Assurance Society of New York.
and also as a member of the committee
of seven appointed at the directors' meet
ing in New York last week to select a
chairman of the board df directors.
Mr. Coolidge announced his resignation
in a formal statement Issued from his
office. It was stated that Mr. Coolidge
had been weighing the question of his
appointment since the announcement was
made of his selection as one of the seven.
He also had been considering the advlsa
blllty of resigning from the board of dl
rectors since the meeting of the board
when the Frlck report was discussed. Mr.
Coolidge strongly favored the acceptance
of that report
Hyde Gets Off Bank Board.
PITTSBURG. June 5. James Hazen
Hyde Is no longer a. director of 'the Two
Friends Bank, of .this, city. His resigna
tion was received today and was ac
The flat declaration by H. C Frlck that
he would not sit on a board where Mr.
Hyde Is a member caused the action.
TORNADO SWEEPS PATH
Kills Two and Injures Jfany In
DETROIT. Mich.. June 6. An electrical
storm which seems to have gone through
Lower Michigan late today took the form
of a tornado. Through the Counties of
Tuscoka and Sanilac It swept a path of
doath and devastation half a mile wide.
Mary Smith, child of Edward Philpots.
a farmer near Urban, was killed. The
fatally Injured are: Three children of Ed
ward Philpots. a small son of John Smith,
Mrs. Wagner, Mrs. William Hutchison.
The seriously Injured are: John Smith.
arm broken; child of John Smith, arm
torn off; Edward Philpots.
In addition to the above. Elsie Apple
man, aged 12, was killed by being thrown
Into a lock.
INGALLS GIVES HIS REASONS
Useless for Frlck Dlrectors.-to Con
tend lor Needed Reforms.
CINCINNATI, O.. June 5. The resitma-
tlon of Melville E. Ingalls as a director
of the Equitable Assurance Society will
be in New York in a few hours. Mr.
Ingalls today gave out a statement. In
which he says;
I have not yet resigned, but shall do so. I
have hesitated In order to determine In my
own mind what my duty was to the policy
holders, and it seems to me that, with the
spirit manifested by the majority In control,
no further good can be accomplished by my
remaining. The control seems now to be, In
the hands of Alexander arid Hyde, chiefly
through the men employed by the Equltabl
and Interested either In that or Its sub
sidiary companies, and It cannot be expected
-that they would be in favor of any changes.
The facts, stated plainly and briefly, are
We were asked to Investigate the manage
ment of the Equitable. We reported, first,
that Its system of Insurance, in our Judg
ment, .should be modified, and that this
-should be referred to the "new management
We reported that the custom of investment
in outside companies and the carrying of
. large balances for the most part, or of aiding
these companies In which the Equltable's
officers are Interested, was unwise and should
be, stopped. We reported that the practice of
officers of the Equitable purchasing securi
ties in the market and then selling them to
the Equitable trust committee, of which
they were practically the only members, was
wrong, and that whether the company made
money or lost by the transaction. It did not
change the ethics of the transaction.
We listened to the accusations of the differ
ent officials, we examined the accounts and
we thought that It all showed such a disor
ganized condition, such extravagance and.
negligence for a company of the magnitude
gf th Equitable and so connected as It is
with the community generally by Its system
or insurance that there should be a change
In the management, and we recommended
that the directors should ask for the resigna
tions of the higher officials and fill their
places. The majority of the directors, after
hearing the report and discussing It. evi
dently felt that our conclusions were Irre
sistible, but to avoid direct condemnation of
those officers they voted to allow them to
remain, but then proceeded to decide that
there should be a new office created a chair,
nan who should have control of all the af-
fairs of the company and that these officers
whose resignations had asked for should
be subordinate to this chairman
-We were glad to find that the Equitable
wtt Vvetu-and that It had made money and
increased Its business Irr rplte of Its troubles
and its weak management, and I think we
ail agree that If there can be a change of
Many persons keop Carter's Little Liver
fills on nana to prevent wnous attacks,
sick headache, dizziness, and find them
just what they need.
Becked up "by over
I tkird ex a century
pf rcrairfcablc and cm-
form cures, a record'
oca a so ether
reaedjr for tbe
ever attained, the proprietors and makers
of Dr. Pierce's Fare rue Prescription bow
feel fallr warranted ia efferiar to pay $5
la legal money of the United. States for
jtny ce of Leacorrhca. Female Weakness,
Jtolapius, or FiHing of Womb, which they
cannot cure. All they ask is a fair and
reasonable trial of their ntta of cure.
Ho other aedidne than Dr. Pierce's Fa
vorite Prescription could possibly "wis
out," as the saying' got, oa tuch a proposi
tion; but they know wkereof liey speak.
They hare the xnoc rasaarkable record of
cures xaade by this world-famed remedy
ever placed to the credit of say prepara
tion especially designed for the cure of
wosian's peculiar ailments. This wcader
fu! remedy, therefore, stand absolutely
alone as the only one possessed of sac
unrivaled properties as to fully warrant its
enters in publishisfr the remarkable offer
above made in the utmost good faith.
A short time ago I was almost dead with
serroua prostration, reaeral debtlitr and female
welts ett." writes Mrs. Lcmto Webster, of 3x7
Virginia Are, Lexington. Ky, Worthy Treasmr
er. Indcpesdeat Order of Good Templars. "Dr.
'Pierce's Favorite rrescripticn ni rccsaxa ced
ed to me as a sane curt, and found this ta be
ferae, for I obtained splen&d reran, tecsriaf
Bsc fcealtfc. "Women eagtt to be grateful to
tMak there ia oce safe and ccrr csre cflered to
tham for their trembles. I advie every tl&z
aaa asm ring warns a to atop tpeadtag mosey
had waatiac tisae with doctors' prescripiies,
'when a few bottles of yow remedy is sure ta
Are. Z am the happy troth rr f two c&Udxea,
hay aged sixteen, and gfal, eight years-
Do aot permit the dealer to insult year
Result of Pupils'
Standing of First 20 at
5 P. M. Yesterday
High School 12,563
METTA SE IDLER ,
FalUaar School lSSS
Atklason School ,S68
Atkiaaoa School , 8,718
Laid School 7,73
RUTH MURPHY .
St. Mary. Academy .v 5,714
Thompson School ......... St0eV4
LTXN COO VERT
Portland Academy. 548
TRENTON' JOHKSTON .- " .
Hawthorne Scbool ...... i. 558
Sooth Portland 5,44
Williams Aveane 5481
Thompson School 4T6i
Ilairtfaorxc School ........ -4,631
Ladd School 4,669
High School -
IllfCh School '. -4,597
Ladd School ' 4,133
North Central 3,785
Hitch School 3404
Holladay School 3,588
First twenty 122,438
Total , 198,314
ANOTHER DAY OF SURPASSING
Product" or the Orleat aad Occident
Ah Iateraatloaal Gathering- of
the World's Beat Weave.
Piesee'a Fx-rerit Pjeacriptioa has stood,
-the test of time sad ezperiesec. Thoa
aaaek speak well of iN-feecaate Tiraiaajj
3urr Warn ctmd by k.
WHITE INDIAS AND
21 inches wide S5c regular
value; special 84e
27 Inches wlde J1.25 regular
value; special S7c
36 Inches wide S5c regular
value; special 84c
36 laches wide S1.25 regular
value; special S7c
For cool, washable Waists and
Gowns, the above are very desirable
Black Taffetas that have the Olds,
Wortman & King stamp of depend
ability grades that have no equal
at these regular prices:
21 Incises wide Regular JLOO
value;pocIal, per yard 99e
23 Inches wide Regular JLld
value; special, per yaru 72c
27 Inches wide Regular J1.25
value; peclal, per yard 89c
26 inches wide Regular JL30
value; special, per yard 81.18
36 Inches wide Regular JL60
value; special, par yard $1.29
36 Inches wlJe Regular JL75
vklue; special, per ydrJ 81-43
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY.
Cream silk and wool and all-wool
Dress Fabrics. Every new weava
and weight in the assortment,
purchased direct by us from best
makers In the world Our regular
31.53 qualities. Special for Tues
day and Wednesday only, per
yard , 81.19
Novelty Eajcllah Mohairs, In Brll
llantlne and Sicilian weaves; all
colors to choose from In neat nov
. elty effects Our regular $1.03 per
yard value; special for Tuesday
and Wednesday only, per yard. 89c
Regular 31.25 values; special for
Tuesday anJ Wednesday only, per
Tuesday and Wednes
$1.25 valuee of new all-wool Black
Dress Goods. In the following
weaves: Annures, granite cloths,
whipcords. serges, cheviots,
crepe, etc. Special for Tuesday
and Wednesday onlyf the yard.S7e
31.50 values new Black Dress Goods,
novelty Panamas, serges. Arm u re
suitings, granite cloths, aode
lelns, Henrietta, crepes, etc. Spe
cial for Tuesday and Wednesday
only, per yard Llt
Watclas Cleaasd for 75c All work arramtsd for on yer. Main
spriHt, 75c. Jawalry Xepair Dep artaMxt First Heor.
Largest stock of unique. Exposition and Portland Souvenirs in the
city at price yoa'U like to pay.
The Fashion Center
of the Western
Bona in Philadelphia, raked all erer tie Nortkweet 4 'COLONIAL"
TJMBRELLAS Old, Wortman Jc Xiny, Westers. Selliaj Ageats.
In the BUou Millinery Salons Annex. Second Floor.
$5 Hats Today $3
SPECIAL FOR TODAY:
Maxine Elliot Hats For
Today we shall feature a rare offering In
Millinery. embracing 100 artistically
trimmed Hats In the popular "Maxine
Elliott" model, so much in demand for
Summer wearing: shapes of fine chip,
trimmed with beautiful flowers and rib
bons. In a color range, including black,
brown, green, blue, etc Splendid, actual 3
values Special for today only. for. .8X99
Today's -Footwear Bargains
FIRST FLOOR WEST ANJTBX.
Americas Shoe Lead the World. Tfcla Store Leada tae West la
Saoe Stock that Ceeablae Style, Comfort Fit aad Wear.
Fit Year Feet Aleaar the "Fair-Way.
WOMEN'S 84.99 OXFORDS 8X38.
Women's Tan Russia Leather Oxford Ties, the famous "Duttenhofer
& Sons." Cincinnati. Ohio, make, the very best 34.00 shoe made:
special at. pair i 83-33
MISSES' AJfD CHILDREN'S HALF SHOES.
Misses and Children's Tan Half Shoes, best stock misses' sizes. 11 to 2;
regular value 32.00; special, pair - 81.39
Children's sizes, Sl-2 to 11: regular value. 31.(0; special, pair... .81-35
JUST ARRIVED. WOMEN'S GARDEN TIES.
In white Sea Island Duck and Patent Ideal Kid; good fitting; will
not slip at the heel. We are exclusive agents for these high grade shoes.
We have also Just received a 'line of Boys' High Grade Shoes,
especlally.adaptcd for narrow feet made on new models both In patent
coir for dress and box calf that will stand hard knocks.
A Stir Among Hosiery Stocks
Seaaatloaal Sale of a Bis; New York Importer's Cancelled Order. A
Star Fearare of the "IateraatloBal Sale.
First Floor. Read the values:
WOMEN'S Sc HOSE, 29c.
Women's fine Maco cotton Hose, opera lengths, full
finished. Regular value. 60c: special, pair.. 28c
WOMEN'S 81.09 HOSE, 49c.
Women's extra fine plain and drop-stitch Hose,
opera length, finished foot, double sole, full
shaped and length. Regular -value. 31.00; spa
da!, pair -9e
WOMEN'S Bee HOSE, 39c.
Women's fine black "Maco" cotton Hose: sixes S 1-2
and 9 only. Regular value. 50c; special. palr,29c
WOMEN'S 88c HOSE, 42c.
Women's plain black lisle Hose, medium weight, finished foot, double"
sole, spliced heel. Regular value, 55c: special, pair 42c
WOMEN'S S9c HOSE, 33c.
Women's splendid wearing black "Maco" cotton Hose, ribbed top.
finished foot, medium and heavy weight. Regular value, 50c;
special pair 33c
WOMEN'S COe HOSE 35c.
Women's black "Maco" cotton Hose, with white "Maco" sole, hlgh
apllced heel. French toe, -medium-weight. Regular value, 30c; spe
cial, pair ..' 33c
WOMEN'S 30c HOSE. 34c.
Women's fine black lisle Hose, very fine gauze, spliced heels, double
sole, French toe. Regular value. 50c: special, pair ....34e
WOMEN'S 40c HOSE, 23e.
Women's black dull lisle Hose, medium-weight, finished foot, double
sole. Our best 40c value; special, pair 33c
SHAFTS FROM FASHION'S BOW DRIVEN SHARP TO THE BARGAIN
BOLLS EYE PRICES SHOT TO PIECES ON
Pretty Ribbons, Fashionable Gloves, Beauti
ful Laces and Smart Summer Belts
FIRST FLOOR SHOPS.
30c AND 40e RIBBONS FOR 35c
Fine Silk and Satin Taffeta Ribbons, also somo Dresden and Plaid Silk
Ribbons, a good assortment and our 35c and 40c values; special at,
the yard 25c
BEAUTIFUL TRIMMING LACES FOR HALF.
A splendid showing of this season's trimming laces and galoons
alio embroidered chiffon appliques and fancy braids and Deautlful
colored lace applique. On sale tomorrow at Just half their value.
Our 25c value: special yard 13c
Our 50c value: special yard t 2we
Our 31.00 value; special yard 4Sc
Our 31.50 value: special yard fpc
Our 32.00 value; special yard 98c
Our 32.50 value; special j-ard fl3
KID AND SILK GLOVES.
J1J6 for Kid Glove Worth 82.30 Ladies Suede Kid Gloves. 18-button
length, in colors only. red. green, pink, blue and purple; our 32.50
value: special at. the pair - 81-35
New Opra Meah Silk GIotcs In black, white and colors: priced at, the
pair 93c, $1.89, 81.35
Kayser Silk Gloves Priced, the pair, up to fLSO
New Loag Silk Gloves Priced at. the pair, up to 840
Faaer Girdle Belts A new line of them beauties, too. In black, white
and colors; prices, each, from ...39c up to 85.00
IX THE SUMMER WASH GOODS AISLES A" GRAND INTERNA
TIONAL EXHIBIT AND MAGNETIC CONVENTION
First FIoor Faaelaatlar Array of Dainty
Silk, Cotton Wash Dress Materials
. This department Is overflowing with the daintiest weaves In beau
tiful floral effects, as well as with the sturdier weaves of neat and
tasty design. The looms of Franoe. Germany, Ireland, Scotland and
England have their best products represented here. A great number
are made by our own skilled American weavers.
SPECIAL SALE OF DAINTY WHITE GOODS.
We offer Incomparable values for this week selling In our busy
White GooJs Section. We wish to call your attention to the quality
and many beautiful designs of these goods. This is Indeed a most fa
vorable opportunity to buy what Is needed for the commencement
gowns and for dresses for wear during the hot Summer months.
33e INSTEAD OF 40e FOR PERSIAN LAWNS.
Persian Lawns, 45 inches wide, a fine, sheer, smooth fabric for dresses
and waists. Our 40c value; special at. the yard S3c
Smooth, silky and beautlfuL Our 30c value; special at, the yard 35c
' Of a pretty, sheer quality. Our 35c value; special at, the yard 3Sc
In white; silk finish. Our 90c value; special at, th yard 73e
NEW WHITE VESTIXGS.
Our 50c value; special at, the yard : 49c
' WHITE PIftUES IN ALL SIZE CORDS!
Our45e value: special at, the yard 3c
Our 50c value; special at. the yard 44c
Our 60c value: special at, the yard 59e
TOWELS AND LINENS
jor boarding-houses and hotels as well as households this Is an
opportunity not likely to be repeated In many months.
TABLE LINEN FOR 43c.
Heavy cream Homespun Linen, 58 lncaes wide, extra good wearing
quality, especially adapted to restaurant use. Special sale price, yd.42e
LINEN NAPKINS S8e.
Hemmed Unen Napkins, with fancy striped borders. Special sole price,
the dozen - - r -.83c
FANCY LINEN BUREAU SCARFS.
A handsome' new line, priced at each 38c hb to 81-73
Large Size TJnen Huck Towels, heavy weight. forTiotel use; special atl
each .- --- ----- ...13)5J
BUCK T9WBL5 FOR Me.
Linen Huck Towels, heavy weight, good size; special sale price,
Tree Embroidery Lessons Given by Expert
Teachers in Needlework
'ANY STORES spend most of their time ia trying
to lessen prices and lose sight of quality. That s
where they make a mistake, though. "We direct
all our energy to keeping up, and even raising,
when possible, the standard of our merchandise,
and we make prices as low as possible after we
have taken care of the quality. That's why Olds,
Wortman & King is synonymous with sterling
worth a certificate of the verv hichesfc oualitv as
the lowest prices compatible with a trustworthy standard of merchan
dise that will sustain our unquestioned reputation of giving the best
for the. least. Every item named below is characterized by the above
words' Highest quality and lowest prices.' '
An International Blaze of White
Among the Undermuslins
Our "Annual June Sale"
If a blaze of white were turned on some of the ""White Sale"
underclothes we have seen exhibited in other stores, thy would shrivel
and wither. Muslins would show filled with starchy to make them seem
heavy; skimped materials would look ashamed; bone buttons break
into bits; and a thin, flimsy layer of good things on top would fall
away, leaving exposed the. skeleton which has been padded with a
little flesh to make it look like a "white sale." Such a condition of
affairs could not be tolerated in this store. The "white sale" is good
clean through good as we know how to make it; though we are not
promising that it will not be still better in the future.
Swing the light on the Paris"-Amsrican Underclothes here only;
others like them 'not to be found outside of this store. Fine laces,
fine nainsooks, fine making and hand-embroidery done by the peasants
around Paris in their most perfect manner. And prices no more than
other merchants are asking for things, without that magic touch of
hand-work. Next the ail-American Underclothes which had to pull
up to keep to the standard set by the Paris-American. Lots of them
all at special "June Sale" prices.
Read a few of the values. More there are that do not reach type.
Ladies' nainsook and cambric Chemise, low, round and square neck,
trimmed in embroidery insertions between clustcrs'of tucks and
embroidery edging, or fine lawn ruffles with hemstitched edge;
regular price, 75c, special at 54
Corset Covers, of fine cambric, with 3 rows of embroidery insertion,
3 rows of Torchon lace insertion and TorcBon lace edging at neck
and armholes. Regular price, $1.00; special at 63
Ladies' Knee Petticoats, of fine cambric, with deep lawn flounce, 2
clusters of 5 fine tucks each and deep fine Swiss'embroidery. Regu
lar price, $L50; special at 98
Ladies' fine Muslin Drawers,. with 2 clusters of fine tucks and deep
embroidery ruffle. Regular price, 50c; special at 38t
Ladies' fine Cambric Petticoats, 22-inch lawn flounce, '2 rows of hem
stitching between clusters of tucks, 11-inch embroidery edging.
Regular price, $2.50; special at 1.39
A lot of broken lines that have accumulated during our May sales,
consisting of Ladies' Gowns, Skirts, Drawers, Corset Covers, Short
Skirts and Chemise; lace or embroidery trimmed, or in plain effects,
with tucking- Regular prices, $1.00 to $1.25; special at 57
CHILDREN'S DRESSES FOR HALE.
Children's Dresses, of white lawn or nainsook, embroidery or lace
trimmed at yoke and bottom ; sizes from 6 months to 3 years. They
are slightly mussed from showing, but for rapid selling we have
marked, them, all at one-half price. Regular prices from $1.00 to
$5.00. Your choice at '. One-Half Price.
Infants' fine white Lawn Bonnets, all close-fitting styles, trimmed in
lace or ruching, some in the Dutch effect; all sizes. Hegular price.
$1.00 and $1.10; special at 67?
Ladies' Petticoats, of fine cambric; deep lawn flounce, 5 tucks and
deep blind embroidery and lawn under-ruffle. Regular price. $2.00.;
special at $1.29
THE MOST MARVELOUS SALE OF
WOMEN'S TAILORED SUITS
Continues today in the Grand Salons of Dress Second Floor.
Largest aad Foremost Ready-ts-Dea Ralsaeat Establishment 1b the
We'll help you make your money do full duty today. What you
save In the Suit Salons will pay for many another Summer want. Scores
of new down-to-the-minute Tailored Street Suits are on sale today,
the most wonderful offerings made yet this season. We've had. inter
esting sales In the past, but this one eclipses them all everything
Tae Tailored Salts remain on
special sale today and tomorrow
Tae Waah Salts aad Salrtiralsts
are for TODAY OjV1Y at the special
$35 and $35.50
Tailored Street Suits
Very latest models of exquisite
workmanship; Panamas. Serges,
English Cheviots and Mixed, Suit
ings of mannish effect Plain
blacks, blues and browns and fetch
ing shepherd checks In black, and
white and green and white, and
smart mixtures. Blouse and tlght
flttlng Jacket styles. Tuxedos and
military effects, both severely tai
lored and trimmed in braids and
taffeta. Those you pay $35 and
JS8.50 for are but $27.95 for today
aad Wednesday ealy.
Sale of Shirtwaist
VALUES YOU BUY FOR 38.98
94.69 VALUES VOU BUY FOR 52-98
Materials are pretty Cbambrays.
In light blues, grays and tans, plait
ed fronts and backs, plain and fancy
trimmed styles: skirts In umbrella.
flare and plaited styles.
Another famous Shirtwaist Sale
DAIXTY, BEAUTIFUL WHXTX WAISTS REDUCTIONS.
White Lawns, Dotted Swisses, Hand-Eiabroidered XMnena and Mexi
can Drawn Work Effects, beautiful creations for the Summer girl's
wear. Special for Tedar Oaly.
Usual $4.00 values at. 9349
Usual $5.00 values at 9&3S
Usual $5.50 values at 9448
Usual $2.50 values at 9LS
Usual $$.00 values at
Usual $3.50 values at.....