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THE 3I0KNIXG OREGONIAtf, TUESDAY, JTJZfE 27, 1905.
JEWS IN TERROR
FLY FROM LODZ
Rumor of an Approaching
Massacre Causes an
.Exodus of 20,000. '.
TROOPS REFUSE TO FIRE
Officers of Regiment Report to Their
Commander That the 3Icn
Would Not Shoot at De
LODZ. Russian Poland, June 25. Since
the proclamation of martial law the situ
ation has become quiet.
The rumor of an approaching massacre
of Jews has caused 20,000 Jews to leave
Scattered cases of ri?tta? as a result of
the insurrectionary spiPU. continue. . One
of these occurred today In the old Protes
tant cemetery, when a patrol was fired
on from behind a wall. The patrol
cliarsed and killed 12 persons.
Business is at a standstill and all traf
fic has been stopped.
A ease of disaffection among the troops
was reported today, when the officers of
one regiment informed their commander
that they would refuse to lire on de
fenseless people. The regimont -waa at
ince transferred to another place.
ALARMING REPORTS POUR IX
JUiksIh Appears to Be a Boiling
Cauldron of Discontent.
ST. PETERSBURG, June 27. (3:16 P. M.)
These are gloomy days for the govern
ment or Russia. Every new dispatch
accentuates the seriousness of the sltu-
action in Poland and the Caucasus, where
a state of almost open war exists, and re
ports of strikes, demonstrations and
agrarian disorders are pouring In from
many parts of Russia, as if the volleys
flrcd at Lodzc had been the signal for
an outbreak of general dlsordors like
those following the events of January
22. "Red Sunday."
Up to the present St. Petersburg and
Moscow have not been affected, but If
mobilization is to be attempted In the
two capitals, as reported, a recrudes
conoe of formrx tumults Ib likely to
Another dangerous spot is Georgia (Rus
sian Trans-Caucasia), the warlike Inhab
itants of which are deeply incensed over
the affront offered to their clergymen, 76
of whom, while meeting to discuss the
question of church and state, were at
tacked by Cossacks, who dlsporsed the
"jJrechers with knouts.
The priests in their protest against
this aetlon, laid their country under an
Interdict like that pronounced in the
Middle Ages, by refusing to solemnize
baptisms and other rites of the church
until redress be given by the whole
Orthodox Church, of which the Georgian
Church Is part. There is much discussion
of the lRcidont, and the boating of the
priests lias causod wide indignation.
The situation offers a crucial teat ef
General Trepoff. and the new Minister
is on trial before Russia to Justify his
selection for so responsible a popltion.
The present trouble is ail the more
sudden and the more unexpected, coming
ou the heeip of the good Impression
produced by the Emperor's reception of
the Zemstvolsts and his promise 'to con
fWor their grievances and to give the
country a national assombly as rapidly
Dispatches from Poland continue to be
meager and unsatisfactory. Apparently
up to the prevent there has been no
recurrence of disorder on the scale of
the Lodz battle, but slight cause may
H tKdpitate collisions between troops and
people In Lodz, Warsaw, Kalisch, and
other Polish towns at any momont, with
death lists as large as that of Friday
Fearing Its effect on the Industrial
paptilKtien, the St. Potorsburg newspapers
are forbidden even to reproduce the ac
count of the Lodz dlsordors appearing
in the Warsaw official Gazette, and though
the fact that rioting has occurred Is
allowed to be chronicled, the consorship
still bars details.
A dispatch from Br Ivan reports a new
and alarming feature of the situation
in the Causasus in the desire of Persian
Mohammedans to Join their brethren
across the border, which Janoturc would
convert a racial strife into a "holy war,"
and kindle a flame which would devastate
the Southern Caucasus and be extinguish
ed only by streams of blood.
BREAD FAMINE THREATENS
Many Warsaw Bakers Have Joined
LODZ. June 25. Lieutenant-Gcneral Sut
tloworth. commander of the First Cavalry
Corps, has assumed command ef the forces
here during the existence of martial law.
Cossacks charged and dispersed the riot
ers with their whips. On Vononia street
a sullen crowd made a stand and a patrol
fired throe shots.
Although the thousands of workmen ob
served the strike proclamation, the tioup
is not complete. Many bakers have Joined
the workmen, and Warsaw is threatened
with a broad famine.
In some of the streets the workmen tried
to throw up barracks and resist the
Police Inciting Lower Glasses.
KRATER IXC-SLAV. Russia, June 26.-A
semWpantc has been created here by the
distribution of proclamations by thugs and
rowdies calling on the people to fight
against treason, and fears are expressed
that the lowest classos of the people are
being incited by the police against the
Siege Proclaimed at Lodz.
LODZ, Russia, June 26. The Governor
General has proclaimed a state of siege
Hundreds Slain in Riots.
1LODZ, Russia, June 26. The victims of
last "week's outbreak total ever 1200. Thus
far the bodies of 313 Jews and 21S Chris
tians have been burled.' The wounded
number over Some semblance of or
der has been restored and the workmen
are gradually returning to the factories.
Satisfaction, or Blood "Will Flow.
BYELOSTOK, Russian Poland, June
26. The -workmen nave presented 1
demand for the opening of all suspend
ed factories and the Immediate satis
faction of all grievances, under :
threat of bloodshed. The Jewish mem
bers of the Douma have resigned as a
protest against the attitude of the au
Demand End of Police Dictatorship.
BALASHOFF, Russia. June 26. The
Town Council has adopted a resolution
demanding abolition of pelico dicta
torship conferred on General Trepoff,
as Minister of the Interior, and lae lm
mediate removal of all the Ministers
hostiio to the reform rescript of
People Run to Their Homes.
KALISII,. Russian Poland, June 26.
Tbe population was thrown into a state
of panic last night by a sudden volley
of revolver shots in the center of the
city and by red flag demonstrations.
The people fled to their homes and the
sheps were closed.
Bomb Exploded at Chcnstohoff.
CHEXSTOH OFF, Russian Poland. June
26. A bomb was thrown into the police
station here today. It wounded several
policemon and broke all tbe windows
for blocks around the station.
Arms Shipped to Caucasus.
ROSTOFF-OK-DON. Russia. June 2$.
The police have discovered that large
quantities of arms and ammunition have
been purchased here and shipped to the
Prices Weak on Bourse.
ST. PETERSBURG. June 26. Prices on
the Bourse teday continued weak on tbe
news of the disturbances in Russian Po
land, imperial 4s losing t a point.
Troops to Suppress Disturbances.
SARAFOFF, Russia. June 26. Troops
have hurriedly been dispatched to three
districts In this, province to suppress agra
Jewish Papers Arc Suspected.
WARSAW, Juno 26. All the Jewish
newspapors have been forblddon to Issue
Peasant Disturbances Spreading.
MINSK. Russia, June 26. The present
disturbances in this vicinity are spread
Kishlncf Printers Strike.
KISHINEF. Russia, June 28. All
printers have struck work.
France Warns Belgian Minister.
LONDON, June 27. The Brussels cor
respondent of the Dally Mail says that
France, fearing a sudden attack through
Belgium, has omekiliy warned the Bel
glan Minister at Paris of the necessity of
rendering effective the fortifications of
Antwerp and along the River Mouse.
Shortage in Cashier's Accounts.
TERRE HAL'TE. IrnL. June 26. The
Vigo County National Bank issued the
statement today that Cashier Conseman
has resigned and that a shortage had
been discovered in his accounts of about
$16,000. Conseman has turned over securi
ties amounting to $60,000.
Bunches, eruptions, inflammations, sore
ness of the eyelids and cars, diseases of the
bones, rickets, dyspepsia, catarrh, wasting,
are only some of the troubles It causes.
It is a very active evil, matins havoc of
the whole system.
Eradicates it, cures all its manifestations,
and builds up tbe whole system,
Accept so substitute.
Positively cured by theee
They also relieve Distress from Dyjpeptk,
Indigestion and Too Hearty Eating. A per
fect remedy for Purines, Nausea, Dnwrsi
ness, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Coated Tongue
Pain ia the Side. TORPID LIVER. Tfcey
Regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
SmaM PHI. SmaX Dow.
AND PRACTICAL DEMONSTRATIONS
Of the various un for collnary pur
pose of the
CHOCOLATE and COCOA
WALTER BAKER & CO.
SO U CHESTER. MASS.
Will Be Given By
MISS ELIZABETH K. BCRB
(Domestic Science Dept. Boston T. W.
At ARTISANS' HALL
Corbett and Fennorer Sta, So. Portland,
Dally for One Week, Commencing
TODAY, JUNE 27th
At 2:30 o'clock in tbe Afternoon and 8
o'clock In tbe Evening.
Samples of Ml 13 Bun's preparations,
such as Cakes. Pudding. Meringues,
Pudge. Bourne. Ice Cream. Bavarian
Creams, etc, be served at each lecture.
and Washington Sts.
ZZ Free Store Accommodations
to Patrons and Visitors
Phones, Bull Han drinking fountains, ac-
commodation and information deskj First
Floor- Parcel checking, use of the big, airy
00 Fifth-Floor lunchroom; three monster elec
22 trie elevators.. Best and writing-room, Sec
el ond Floor. Postal boxes, collections at
2 every mail; stamps at the stationery coun-
ter. More and better facilities than any
2 2 other store on the "Western Coast.
The Voting Contest
With tbe approach of the last day of the
Portland pupils' voting' contest, the Interest
waxes warm and during the few remaining
days the hardest work will be done. The voto
has reached enormous proportions, but look
out for a big "plunk" on the last day. The
following Is the
Standing of the First Twenty
at 5 P. M. Yesterday:
LILLTAS ETVING. High School 20,83
FRED STEVENS. Atklnaoa School .... 27,238
O O METTA SEIDLEK. Failing School 28,024
O o WELLINGTON GILBERT, Lndd School. 25,365
O WILLIE STEPP. Atkinson School 10.SS3
FOSTER M'LTNN. Steven School 10,385
ROBERT ELLISON. llollnday School... 17.S87
LILLIAN BROWN. Thnnpaon School.. 17,205
RL'TH MURPHY. Atkinson School.... 1S392
ft IDA DINGLE. Hxmfhorne School 1.3SS
BEATRICE MLEAN. Lndd School 35.253
I? ADRIAN SMITH. South Portland 35,U53
ZZ GEORGE DENHOLM, Hawthorne School 13,382
1Z MYRTLE HARMON. North Central 13,78
II LYNN COOVERT, Portland Academy... 13,768
I RUTH MURPHY. St. Mary Academy.. 1327
MARY BROWN. Clinton Kelly School.. 11,823
00 TRENTON JOHNSTON. Harrthorae. . .. 11,422
O GLADYS CROCKETT, Atkinson School. 11,257
00 HENRY FELDMAN, High School 11,133
00 First twenty 34.083
i IIC U1I1CI Clll LUUIX-
11 mg acnooi; rree Lessons
Some of the Funny Things They Do That
ZZ Are "So Different.'
J J They never grease the mold for any kind
s of cake.
J They never light the fire until the cake is
in the oven.
Z Z They never use baking powder.
They take the cake out of tho oven many
ZZ times while it is baking and show it to the
ZZ la fact, they do everything differently in
the new way. Call and see the demonstra
o o tion, it's free, third floor.
21 SAMPLE CAKES POE SALE.
. , . r- .
The Price-Cutter nt Worlc la
Special Bargains for Tuesday.
Women's $1.23 Vents nnd TIjrhts, 80c.
Fine Jersey ribbed silk and lisle Vests. Ion?
sleeves with ankle and knee length Tlgnts
to match; regular value 51.25. Special. ea.SDc
Women's 23c White Cotton Pants. 18c.
White cotton Pants, three-quarter length.
with tight lace trimmed knee; regular
value 25c. Special, pair. ISc
Women's 73c Snmmer Vests 38c.
Fine white mercerized lisle mesh Summer
Vests, sleeveless; regular value 75c Special,
Women's 20c Sleeveless Vests 13c.
White Swiss ribbed sleeveless Vests, -with neat
crochet and silk tape trimming: regular
value 20c Special, each lSe
SPECIALS IN HOSIERY
Best values ot the
Season. You don't
pet this kind of a
chance very often.
FIno bluett lisle
Hose, with lace
and silk em
extra size; regu
lar value $1-25.
lace Hose, extra
ular value 96c.
Special, pair. 50c
Children's Tan Hone.
Just received, a new line of children's tan
Hose, values at, pair 23c, 30c and 35c
THE OFFICIAL GUIDE
Is the best pilot you can have If you want to
see the Fair. The information is reliable and
complete. It tells you what to sec and how to
see It. and locates everything at a glance. A
man once said that he
By finding out the best route to take before
he started on a long Journey. The Guide will
save you aours 01 time by telling you the
best route to take la seeing the JUig JExposi
tlon. A mend bougat a Guide
FOR AX IDAHO MAX
He declared that after reading It he was as
familiar with the Fair as the man that built It,
AXD IT OXI.Y COST HIM 3 CEXT5.
The Guide sells everywhere for 25 cents, but
he traded at our store and with a $1 purchase
we gave him a ticket for 20 cents on the pur-
cnase or a Guide when presented at the Guide
Headquarters in the Oriental building. We
do the same for all of our customers.
00 Summer needs at greatly reduced prices,
with lots of hot weather to come.
ZZ Cem" and "I.lKhtnln" Ice Cream Krecxers
ZZ These freezers are double motion, high-
I grade freezers, and are altogether eatlsfac-
I tory in every way.
as 2-qt. size Special sale price, each .SI.OS
00 3-qt. size Special sale price, each $1.92
11 4-qt. size Special sale price, each S2.46
00 6-qt. size Special sale price, each yieo
o o Lemon Juice Extractors Lemon Juice Ex-
00 tractors, regular ze. each 4c
00 Lemon Juice Extractors, large size, with sau
ce cer; price, each 8c
"Mason" and "Economy" Fruit Jars and Jelly
Glasses, with or without covers, at lowest
Lamp Stoves for Snmmer Use They are both
convenient and economical.
Lamp Stoves with one burner, special at. .JWe
Lamp Stoves, -with two burners, special at.TSe
uue riatne uii &ioves witn two ourners.
Priced at. each $4J5
Refrigerator at Special Prices Refriger
ators of best construction, made of hard
wood, with double walls, mineral wool 0111
Inc and dead air space: linings are of zinc.
white enamel or opal glass. Prices range
from to SUB
Don't fall to Inspect these refrigerators.
Special prices on every one now.
TWO DAYS MORE
Every Silk Shirtwaist Suit in
ot One-Fourth Off
White Laira Snmmer Suits Off.
Pretty, dainty creations wanted by every
woman for wear the coming July and Au
gust days. In very latest, smartest fancies,
charmingly fetching styles: values from
SO to 1&30 at ONE-FOURTH OFF
TJres and IValklag Skirts at One-Fourth OsT.
Handsome Etamlnes in blues, tans, grays and
uainty wnite. in notn dress and waiicing
lengths, specially needed for present wear;
values from 910.00 to $2&50 at
$15.00 to $4&30 IIouk "Matinees' at One
Charmingly pretty Houso Garments In fancy
silks and albatross, beautifully trimmed in
laces. ribb6na. etc: blues, sinks, greens and
white: long and short lengths. Some very
beauurul Persian effects included. very
swell for home wear ....OXB-FOUHTH OFF
Here's a chance sucb as seldom comes in
selections of our renowned Millinery Salons placed on the bargain block and offered for
HALF, to close. All regular prices marked in plain figures, select the one you want and
take it for HALF. The stock this season is far larger than ever before, therefore your op
portunity for choosing is that much greater. Styles are strictly up to the minute and in
clude the popular "Maxine Elliott" shapes,
Shapes. Kcmembcr, your unrestricted choice.of all at only HALF PRICE. Come early,
as this sale will surely draw large crowds and first choosing is always best.
or Shoe Prices
WE CARRY ONLY
THE MOST RELI
ABLE SORTS AND
IN THE VERY
Pcrbaps No Better Shoes This Week: Tbaa
Usual, but Better Prices West Amaex
It's the same thing cither way you look at
It: you can pay Just what you have been pay
ing in other shoe stores, and get better shoes,
or pay less and get same grades. Every pair
of shoes that go to make up our great stocks
was so bought that wo might sell them at
much less than specialty shoe stores ask, and
still they are the Identical grades, or better
than most shoe stores carry. The makers seek
our business that they may enlarge their own
and thus reduce the cost of manufacture. Our
purchases equal or excel those of any two
other stores In Portland; one reason why wo
get and give better prices. It's an advantage
"Big Stores enjoy. Some better-than-usual-prlces
Mca's 3-30 Half Shoes SSS.
Men's tan Russian calf half Shoes. Blucher and
Oxford pattern, cak. soles and Goodyear
sewed; regular value $3.30. Special ...52JS3
Xea's S5.00 Shoes 94.00.
Men's gtn-metal calf lace Shoos the new dull
finish stock Blucher cut. new swing last:
guaranteed, both stock and workmanship;
regular value J 5.00. Special, pair S-f.00
Men's mud Boys' Csnrns Shoes.
Men's and boys, light tan Canvas Lace Shoes,
calf trimmed, solid throughout
Men sizes special at, pair OSe
Youths' size, 11 to 1 special at. pair OOc
Wc will place on sale for one week only a
lln of bovs' Well-Wearing vicl Kid Shoes.
made by the Lehigh Valley Shoe Company-H
Boys.' sizes, 2?i to 6; regular value 13.75. Spe
cial, pair S3-0
Youths' sizes, ll'.i to 2; regular value 52.25.
Special, pair St.7S
Little Man's sizes, 9 to 11: regular value 12.00.
Special, pair SLS
A SALE OF APRONS
That Will Bring
Woman to Our
Plain kitchen Apron.
36 inches long and 33
Inches wide. Regular
price 15c: special. 11c
Plain kitchen Apron,
with pocket and
long rido strings.
3S Inches long. 5S
Inches wide. Regular
30c value: speclaL24e
Apron with bib.
shoulder straps and
long wide strings. 3S
Inchen long and 50
Inches wide. Regular
price 50c; special
Ladles' large bib
sleeves, bound with
straps. 4-Inch raffle
at bottom, two extra,
large pockets, SO-ln.
long. SO-ln. wide.
Regular price 75c;
special at Wc
Ladles Overall or
Artist Aprons, long
sleeves and large
pockets, to be but
toned the full length
la the back, sizes 34.
3S. 3S. 40 and 42.
Regular price- 31.30;
special at . 73c
OF THE GREAT
the House, for Three Days
OUR BUYER'S DETERMINED EITORT TO GLEAN UP
SUMMER STOCKS BETORE GOING TO MARKET.
Oar Miss Bernard, chiefess of the great salons of ready-to-don
apparel on second floor the largest suit and wrap
stores in all the Western States west of Chicago leaves a
week from today for the New York market to select Fall
garments for Portland's best dressers, patrons of this big
"Style Store." "We are bound to effect an absolute clean
up of all ends of lots and small suit groups remaining in
the stocks before her departure. The slaughter is broad
in scope, embracing
Women's Tailored Street
Suits One-Fourth Off
About 200 suits in all, stopovers from'the best of the sea
son's models, that have sold regularly at from $15 to $45.
All the very newest, latest styles of America's leading tail
ors, in all wanted colors and materials. Made in exquisite
workmanship, both plain tailored in severe lines or with
modish trimminqs. ALL A FOURTH OPT USUAL
PRICES POR TWO DAYS MORE.
200 SliT.e Silk Petticoats WTJS3.
A grand assortment of beauties In a splendid
range of colorings ot rich taffeta, 21-inch
accordion-plaited styles with plain yokes;
others plain with accordion-plaited flounces:
reds, light blues, pinks, greens, browns and
blacks; very best $12.50 value sr.83
S3UX). 96.80 Had S&30 WnUtw S3.70.
Pretty white Lawns, attractively trimmed In
laces, embroideries and tuckings: all in newest
styles and most approved models; with bishop
slebves and every favorite fancy of fasn
ion tne greatest shirtwaist bargain of all
the season: regular So.oo. J 6.0 a and s&.&o
values. Special at 93.79
FEllSOXAL Miss Bornnrd will be pleased
to execute any commission Intrusted to her to
Derform during her stay of two months in New
York. Let your wants be made known to her
this week at the store.
HATS FOR HALF
Annual Pre-Fourth of July
Clearance Sale of Millinery
the way of Portland women. The choicest
Polo Turbans, Jaunty Sailors, Fancy Dres3
Every woman loves beautiful Curtains
and we now offer a chance to gratify the
longing you've had at astonishingly low
BEAUTIFUL AEABIAlte AND CLUNY
Months ago a prominent importer offered
us hundreds of pairs .of splendid Curtains
at a loss, as he was going abroad and wanted
to close his stock. TVe thought of this sale
and closed the deal. A great variety you
share the good fortune.
These handsome Curtains are of all hand
made lace, mounted on. best French net
about 25 different styles to select from.
HereTs the "way they go:
The Embroidery Sale
In all our years and years of successful mer
chandising we have never had a better em
broidery offering than falls to the lot of our
lucky patrons this week. The embroideries
are new. They are choice, they are adapted
to all embroidery needs.
"T"T I 0 For Embroideries worth from 75c
O I to 31.00.
A lot of fine Cambric. Nainsook and Swiss Em
broideries in. English eyelet and blind work.
IS Inches wide, suitable for waists, dresses,
skirts and corset covers: oar regular 75c to
31.00 values: special sale price. yd.....3Trse
See THrlay la Fifth-Street IVIadaw-
Elegant wide Nainsook, Swiss and Cambric
Embroideries. 12 to IS Inches wide, made by
the best manufacturers, buttonhole stitched,
suitable for corset covers, flounces on.
skirts and children's dresses, regular valuej
65c. 75c. 35c and 3L0O; special this week,
only, yard ..3?4e
EmbroidV, Edges, Insertions
la 44 aaa CT-Yd Strip ; Soli Ib FaU Strip
Omly at Lea TTam Half Frier.
Thousands of yards of Embroidery, Edges and
Insertions in Nainsook and Cambric, nicely
made on fine cloth, divided in four lots,
values from 20c to 75c yard
Lot 1 Values to 25c yard; 4H-yd strip.. 9 -
Lot 3 Values to 25c yard: 6-yd strip.. 9 -5
Lot 3 Values to 40c yard: 4H-yd strip. .9 JtT
Lot 4 Values to 40c yardi 6i4-yd strip.. 9 JS
Lot 5 Values to 60c yard; 4-yd strip.. 9 -S9
Lot Values to 50c yard: 64-yd atrip. .912
Lot 7 Values to 75c yard; 4H-yd strip. .9L13
Lot S Value to 75c yard; 6-yd strip.. 919
Under the Auspices of the
Portland Y. W. C. A.
Continued Selling of Dainty ZZ
0 HOST OT
The Cormiers "bordering the -avenues of
pretty wash fabrics and Summery stuffs for
gowns and frocks for warm weather wear are
loaded down with such an array as no other
Portland store could possibly make, all
marked at prices other houses would deem
impossible to make and obtain even a very
slight brokerage for handling the goods. "We
buy in enormous quantities, supplying both
our wholesale and our retail departments.
This means price concessions to us, and a
money-saving to our army of customers.
Most of the showings are absolutely ex
clusive with this house, for we control many
lines for the Xorthwest of the world's
best producers. The linen assortments can
be depended upon to give the largest assort
ments and the greatest values in Portland.
Nearly every civilized country on the globe
is under tribute to this peerless section; for
nearly every civilized country is noted for so
producing some kind of linens. J It's our
business to know where, in each country, the
best linens are made and we know our
business. Because we can and do offer the
world's best products in each class of linens
at the most favorable prices, our linen
business has become the largest by far in the
entire Northwest- Below are scattered men
tions of a few specimen values we have pre
pared this week on sale tomorrow morning,
and until lots are closed. A matchless buy
ing opportunity for those prudent women
who seek to make their dollars go farthest
"WASH GOODS, LIXEXS AXD DOMESTICS.
FIRST FLOOR SHOPS.
SOc Scotch Plaid Zephyr, 33c.
Scotch plaid Zephyr, patterns in all tho dlf- !)
ferent clans, adapted for suspender suits:
regular vuiuo auc. opeciai, yora.........33c
SOc aad OOc SIlJc Eolleaaes, 33c.
Imported novelties in Silk Eollennes. Em
broidered Hulls. Dotted Batiste and Printed
Moussellnes; regular values 50c and 60c
Special, yard 33c
33c aad 46c Caaraa Ellamlae, 22e.
Canvas Ellumlne. a sheer, -wiry cloth. In flake
and plaid effects, rich combinations: regu
lar values 35c and 40c. Special at. yard. .22c
Fancy Voile, 13c Yard.
Fancy embroidered and printed Voile, in dain-
ty patterns, suitable for tho warm weather. Z
Special at. yard ........................13c " J
Xdaea Saltiags, 36c Yard.
Belfast Linen Suitings. In all tbe wanted col-
or s. for outlns suits. Special at. yard 20c
White Goods In French novelty stuffs, silk- oe
embroidered batiste, dotted moussellnes, silk
grenadines and a variety of other weaves;
at special reduced prices.
Regular J1.25 value. Special, yard......... 08c
Regular 51.00 value. Special, yard.. ..SOc 99
Regular S .3d value. Special, yard......... 73c
Regular $ .75 value. Special, yard. ...... ..83c J J
Regular t .50 value. Special, yard......... 44c e
Regular $ .40 value. Special, yard......... 33c
Regular $ .30 value. Special, yard.... 33c as
Pure Linen Suitings. In natural color, very
.60c to 20c
White Idaea Saltlags. es
For tho popular Linen Coats and Suits, all
widths. Special from, yard 93.00 to 4c
73c Bedaoreads, 58c. J J
Crochet Bedspreads, single slse. Summer oe
weights; regular value 75c Special, each. 33c
Large Crochet Sedsaread, 9XJS.
Heavy-weight Crochet Bedspread, double slse.
free from starch and dressing. Special at.
each ............... .... ......... JUS
9X09 31 a rati lies Be4nreads,
Genuine Marseilles Bedspread, elegant quality,
beautiful center design; regular value $3.39.
Special, each ......................... 2.3S
Hemmed medicated sanitary Diaper Cloth,
at closing-out prices
Size 13x36; regular value J 1-25. Special... K J3
Size 20x40; regular value $1.50. Special... St a 9 ZZ
Size 22x44; regular value 51.75. Special. . .russ ee
39c aad Sffc Camvaa Cloth, ISc. ee
5000 yarda white silk-finished Canvas Cloth, la Z e
Jacqcard. piques, mercerized mulls and lace
and dotted Swisses, mercerized Madras, etc ee
regular values 20c and 25c Special, yd ISc ee
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