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THE OREiHKfflASF, FRIDAY, JULY' 7, 1905.
HIS MOUTH CLOSED
Jaures. Forbidden to Make a
Speqch in Berlin.
WOULD-' ENDANGER PEACE
Von Uiuelovc Forbids French, Social
ist Leader to Speak on Moroc can
Affair to German So-.-ciallsts--GIvcs
BERLIN, July 6. Chancellor" von Bue
low telegraphed to Trince von Rndolln,
the German Ambassador at Paris, today
to inform M. Jaures, the French Social
ist leader, that "the German government
thought it best to debar him from .speak
ing in Berlin July 9. as It had been an
nounced he intended to do. The chancel
lor's telegram to Prince von Radolln was
n-.e pwsa ha nnnbunewl tliat M. .Inure will
appw beor the Socialistic meetlnR hre
Julv 0. Asalhst the personality or M. Jauroji
I have nothlpfr t my. 1 rsp-ct Mr view
on foreign politics and not Infrequently at;rfe
with him. I am Rlad that on -.several occa
pions. he has promoted friendly relations be
tween Germany nnd France. The personal
value of M. Jaures le not considered, but the
prent role placed upon him.
The leading organ or the Sfx-laliate In Ger
many, the Vqi-waerts, announce that the at
emblAKe plan is the iMKlnnlnn of the im
mediate influence of the Social Democracy on
foreign policies nnd that a war of the clasteji
trill be promoted on an international founda
tion. Still more clearly is the aBKrejlVe In
tention of the promoters or tnw meeunn -presed
in the organ of the 50-called Scien
tific Socialism, the New Society, which ays:
Socialist Aims Quoted.
"Th" revolution ha dynamited tb Rupsinn
French alliance. Now it becomes the histor
ical tack of the German Social Democracy to
do' for the French Republic what the holders
of power in Ruwia are no longer able to do
to protect them from exaKKcrated claims by
the use or force as tbe result of imperialistic
Thic la the outspoken direction In which
the demonstration leads. .The German Social
ist would use lh priicnre of Herr Jaures In
Berlin to cover tfy his ier?on their hostile en
deavors against the- state and national Inter
ests. The Imperial government cannot refrain
from using the means at H db-poal to pre
vent the party from seeking to destroy the
existing and constitutionally established order.
.Von BucJow cites instances of the
French government's interdiction of
speeches which it had been .announced
were to be mado by members of the
German Reichstag, and then says:
Can't Trust German Socialists.
Even although It were to be expected that
Herr Jaures would have the tact to avoid
anything that might be unpleasant for the
German and French governments, one can
not have similar confidence In the German
Organizers of the meeting. Nearly a year
ago Herr Jaures had an opportunity of con
vincing himself at Amsterdam of how far
behind the more practical and patriotic alms
of thIr French colleagues the German so
cial democracy stands In Its contradictory
In such circumstances the Franco-German
understanding would gain nothing by
the probable course of Sevents at the pro
posed meeting and I therefore consider It
advisable that the public- appearanoe-t Herr
Jaures in Berlin shall not take vol ace.
The Invitation of M. Jaures came from
the Socialist executive committee ruling
the party, and was designed to advance
the Socialist opposition to the govern
ment's Moroccan policy and to demon
strate the similarities of view on for
eign questions of Socialists of all coun
tries. The subject chosen was the task
of the Social Democracy In the preserv
ation of the wQtid.'s peace and the soli
darity of the international proletariat.
JAURES WILL NOT RE STOPPED
His Secretary Says He Will Find
Way of Speaking.
PARIS, July C Something of a sensa
tion has been created here by the an
nouncement that Deputy Jaure.o. leader
of the French ""Socialists, has been pro
hibited by the German government from
speaking at Berlin next Sunday. The
proposed address attracted much dlfcus
slon owing to Its significance as fore
shadowing the common programme to be
adopted by the Social Democracy for the
two countries. .
M. Jnures secretary was seen tonight
and paid that the Deputy was preparing
to leave for Berlin. He said that M.
Jaures knew nothing of the interdiction,
but. If the roport proved true, he would
go all the same and lind a way of deliv
ering a speech.
Will Reach Agreement Saturday.
PARIS. July 6. Prince von Radolln,
the German Ambafador. and Premier
Rouvier. conferred this evening regard
ing the proposed Moroccan conference.
An agreement is expected at a meeting
TWENTY-SIX ARE KILLED
LATEST LIST OF READ BY TOR
NADO IN "NORTHERN" TEXAS.
Several of Injured Expected to Die.
Storm Swept a Swnth Fif
teen Miles Long.
F.ORT WORTH Tex.. July C Twenty
six persons are known to have been killed
and 50 injured by the tornado which swept
over a portion of Montague County, in
the northern part of this state, yesterday
afternoon. The property loss will prob
ably total $200,000. Following is a revised
list of the dead:
A. P. EAR UK.
SADIE EAR I.E.
INFANT OF LAWRENCE PILLOW.
MR. TOMI.INSON, HIS WIFE AND FOUR
MRS. N. E. SHACKLEFORD.
MRS. S. L. TUMLESON.
THREE CIIJLDREN OF MRS. TUMLESON
MRS. MART LESTER.
FOUR CHILDREN OF MRS. LESTER.
MRS. C..H. WILLIAMS.
FRANK EAKIN. ...
TWO UNKNOWN PERSONS, at Jacks
boroueh. Among the more perlously injured are: Mis
Potts, may die; C, C. Shackleford; four chil
dren of the Shade leford. ferlously hurt;
Clayborne White, may die; Mis Annie Aus
tin. J. B. Wood and Frank Wood.
The tornado started four miles west of
Nocona, and moved- In a southeasterly
direction through a thickly settled farm
ing community. The distance traversed
was aboutfl5 miles. The only town direct
ly in the path of the storm was Mon
tague. Among the buildings destroyed in
Montague was tJie Methodist Church. The
.Catholic and Christian churches and the
Courthouse were damaged. No one was
ON COOKING AND rRACTICALi
Of the various uses for culinary pur
poses of the
CHOCOLATE AND COCOA
WALTER BAKER & CO.
Will Be Given By
MISS ELIZABETH K. BDRB
(Domestic Science Dept. Boston T. W.
AT UPCHURCH HALL
Seventeenth and Marshall Streets.
Dally for One Week Commenclne
Today. July 6, at 10:30 o'clock In
the Morning and 2:30 o'clock In
Samples of Miss Burr" preparations,
such a Cakes. Puddings. Meringues.
Fudge, Souffles. Ice Cream. Bavarian
Cream etc., will be served at each
A special free lecture for the children
will be given on Saturday morning.
July S. at 10 o'clock sharp, when Miss
Burr will make and serve cocoa, fudge
and chocolate Ice cream. EVjery child
attending this lecture will be pre
sented with a little souvenir.
CONCERTS ARE EREE
Mid-Summer Series of Morn
ing Pianola Recitals.
Below is programme of today for the
Piano and Orchestrelle recital?, given
dallv. except Saturday, by Ellers Piano
House. These concerts are extremely en
tertaining, and are absolutely free of
charge, or any obligation whatever. They
are. in fact, a complimentary function, to
which the people of Portland and Fair vis
itors ire -inviieu. .Musicians uu iuukiu
students will lind them extremely in
teresting. Concert Is given between the
hours of 10:30 and 11:30 A. M.. at Eilers
Piano House, 351 Washington street:
Orchestrelle "Tanahauser" Overture ....
Pianola (a) "Polka de Concert". .Bartlett
(b) "Bustle of Snrlng" Slndlng
Orchestrelle Symphone. B mlnor.Schubert
Pianola (a) scherzo, u nat minor.unopin
fbl Rh.msodlo Honerolse. No. 14.. ..Liszt
and three rcaucst numbers as desired by
callers. 2io tickets or admission are re-
oulred at these recitals. Remember the !
address, corner Park (Eighth and Wash- i
Ington streets. Eilers Piano House.
killed or wounded, as far as known. Rain I
and hall accompanied the storm. j
INDIAN TERRITORY WAS HIT
Tornudo Swept Across State Line ?
Along Red River, j
DENISON. Tex., Julv 6. The tornado j
yesterday afternoon swept Red River and j
entered Indian Territory near Colbert. ,
tearing down all telegraph wires. Rumors !
are current of extensive loss oi use nortn
of Colbert. The latest reports from Nb
cona arc that 21 persons were killed at
iliot nlnpo nnrf .lnftv. ?CTri from 'Mon
tague. Tex., Indicates that 12 dead have '
been found there and in the vicinity. T wo
persons were killed at Jackson.
A special from Dallas states that alto
gether 63 persons have been reported In
jured in the tornado, several of whom will
ENTOMBED BENEATH SEJL
SUBMARINE BOAT SINKS . OFF
Plunges Under Waves Without Clos
ing Doors and Twelve .Men
PARIS, July 7. M. Thomson, Minister
of Marine, has Issued a bulletin announc
ing that the French submarine boat Far
fadet went down Thursday morning at 9
o'elock. nt the entrance to the port of
Sid! Abdullah. Tunis, under the following
Commander Retuer. at the moment of
plunging, noticed that one of the doors
was not closed properly, and rushed to try
to adjust it hermetically. He was too
late, the water pouring In with terrific
force and throwing out the commander
and two men. the boat sinking in ten
meters and lying on the mud at the bot
tom. Twelve men were encased in the boat,
and powerful tugs and a strong contin
gent of engineers are working In an at
tempt to bring up the vessel.
The entombed men are attempting to
communicate with the divers.
American Electricians Abroad.
NEW YORK, July 6. American inter
ests have obtained a contract for the
electrification of an Italian railway and
have also closed contracts for electrical
equipment to be installed In Japan. The
value of these contracts is about J2.000.000.
The Japanese contract Is for equipment
of .the Kanazawa Electric Light Company.
A large hydro-electric plant is to be built
at Kanazawa. The plant has been
shipped overland by way of the Pacific
Cleveland's Former Yacht Rammed.
MUSKEGON. Mitch.. July 6. Near Syl
van Beach resort, on the cast short of the
lake, the steamer Cayuga rammed ex
Presldent Cleveland's former pleasure
boat -Ruth, now owned by the White Inkc
Ferry Company, yesterday, but the cap
tain of the latter ran his boat on shore
and safely landed 20 passengers. A panic
was averted among the passengers
through the coolness of Captain Baxter.
" A babe in the house is a well-spring
of pleasure " if he is properly fed and
well nourished, then he is happy and
"everybody is happy."
Your baby will be healthy and happy
and a well-spring of pleasure, if you
will give him Mellin's Food.
Sample bottle sent free of charge.
MelUVt ? l the ONLY lafaats'
Fod, -which recelrea the Graai ?rlx,
the highest cw&ra ef the LrcMaaa Pr
dtuo ExvecUiu. St. Leak. 104. SUfc
er than a felt mcaaL
.MELLIN'S FOOD CO.
THE 0LDSW0RTMAN KING STORE:
To Our FREE Phones
Drinking Founts, Cooking School, Lavatories, Inor
rnation Bureau, Rest Rooms and Writing Desks, fully
supplied with stationery, etc Check j'our parcels
free. Best free delivery sen-ice in the city. The
coolest shopping mart in Portland.
for Silk Buyers
Seatb Annex First Fleer.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS.
Silk and Drran Good DepartmeaU Ftrat
Floor Annex Fifth Street.
Regular $16.00 Silk Suit Patterns, in a
large color assortment Special for Fri
day nnd Saturday only, per pattern, 5&&5
16 yards to each suit pattern.
Regular $20.00 Silk Suit Pattern, in all the
new makes and colors: the largest as
sortment shown In the city Special for
today and tomorrow only, per pat
16 yards to each suit pattern.
White India nnd Japanese Silks All com
petition beaten; 27 inches wide
Regular 50c value special only,
per yard 3Sc
Regular C0c value special only,
per yard 47c
Regular 85c value special only, v.
per yard Hc
Regular $1.00 value special only.
per yard 74c-
Regular $1.25 value special only.
per yard ... Me
Regular 51.50 value special only.
per yard 51.12
All Pure Silk Black TaSctanj the makes
that have helped to make this the larg
est silk department in the Northwest
36-inch Regular $1.75 value: special.
per yard 91.4S
36-Inch Regular J1.60 value: special.
per yard SL36
36-Inch Regular 51.50 value; special.
per yard 81.19
27-inch Regular J1.25 value: special.
per yard Sc
23-Inch Regular S1.10 value; special.
per yard "c
21-Inch Regular $1.60 value; special.
per yard Mc
The above Taffetas cannot be duplicated
in any store in the West at our regular
in Undermuslin Salons and
Aanex Secead Floor.
A TRIPLET OF ATTRACTIONS FOU FRI
Ladles' and Children's Poke. Sunbonnets
of percale, glngliam and calico. In striped,
figured or plain colors; special today at,
Ladles' White Cambric Petticoats (extra
wide and fulU. 19-inch lawn flounce. 3
clusters of C fine tucks each, 3-Inch hem
arid under raffle Regular price $2.03:
special at, each fl.18
Round 24-inch Centerpieces of white linen,
stamped in conventional designs, to be
workeJ In the new English eyelet work,
embroidered edge Regular price $1.00;
special at. each c
economy Specials in
The Women's Shop
Shirt Waist Patterns
A line of handsome new Shirtwaist Pat
terns, with embroidery front, in S and
SVJ-i'ard pieces; white, cream, brown,
blue, pink and tan
Regular $3.75 value special Tor,
the pattern $1.75
Regular $3.00 value special for.
tne pattern H.39
Regular $2.75 value special for.
tne pattern $1.45
Regular $2.00 value special for.
the pattern $1.06
Regular $1.75 value special for.
tne pattern &Oc
Regular $1.25 value special for.
the pattern 39c
Just arrived direct from New York. A fine
line of the latest style Pongee and Whitd
Linen English Eyelet EmbroIdereJ Par
asols; can be cleaned nicely without re
moving: from frame. We hand-paint
them. Values from. each. $XS8 to $19
Pay Half Now and Take
These Dress uoods
Color'd Dress Goods
Go at Half Price
West Annex Flmt Fleer.
We are determined to close out very yard
of odds and ends In Colored Dre5 Fab
rics: they are all this season's styles. In
cluding Novelty English Mohairs. In
stripes, checks and changeable effects;
Novelty Tweed Suiting, in mannish hard
linlshed weaves. All go at Half Price.
Regular $2.50 goods for, yard $1.25
Regular $2.00 goods for. yard $1.00
Regular $1.50 goods for, yard 75c
Regular $1.00 goods for. yard cc
Imported Black English
52 inches wide, good weight, perfect Hye
and finlsn Regular S5c values, special
for Frldav and Saturday only, yard.. 58c
Foarth Fleer. -
$12.00 RUGS f-SW.
All-Woo!. Double-Faced Smyrna Rugs;
sire 6x9 feet Regular value 512; special
at. each $8.35
$15.00 RUGS $10.75. '
Same as above, heavier grade Regular
value $15.00; special at. each $18.75
$IR0 SMYRNA RUGS $1&B.
Same as above: size 7xl0H feet Regular
value $1S.50. special at, each $1SJSS
- $21.00 SMYRNA RUGS $IC5.
Same as above, heavier quality Regular
value $21.00; special at. each $l&25
$4.00 COUCH COVERS $35.
Heavy Tapestry Couch Covers: fringed
rill around Regular value $4.00; peclal
at, each 2.&5
114th KgJ "Economy Sale" Today W1
NOTABLE BARGAINS THAT MUST MAKE TODAY'S SELLING
0E EXCEPTIONAL INTEREST TO ALL
Everything: for the Summer season a wonderful carnival o values. Vacation helps and everday needs at prices uneqnaled
in their lownesp. The aids and requisites for sports and recreations, household necessities and conveniences; high-class merchan
dise, all at prices that are placed most extraordinarily low for Today's Great Bargain Sale.
A SET Of SENSATIONAL SALES
OP FASHIONABLE APPAREL IN GRAND SALONS
PORTLAND'S LARGEST AND FOREMOST SUIT AND WRAP ESTABLISHMENT.
Another Wonderful Sole
of Women's Handsome Shirtwaists
Values to $3.75
Choose for 79c
Another of those extraordinary distributions of beauti
ful Summer Shirtwaists at a ridiculously low price.
An opportunity for women to provide a liberal sup
ply of the always-in-demand shirtwaists at a price
that does not represent the first actual cost of ma
terial. Dainty, pretty waists of splendid wearing,
handsome percales, lawns and richly mercerized
fabrics, in plain white, blues, pinks, grays, tans and
cnarnung mixed sums; values up to
Special today only at
Smartly Tailored Summer Hats for 95c
That Were Modestly Priced at $2.00 to $3.50
"Bijou" Millinery Salons Second Floor Annex.
grand millinery event that vibrates with interest.
The entire stock of a leading and well-known Eastern
manufacturer of tailored hats was secured by our
active Xew York buyer at bargain prices, sure to at
tract the attention of discriminating women who
favor us with their millinery selections. These
extraordinary values will be combined today with
the entire balance remaining of our regular $2, $2.50,
$3 and $3.50 tailored hats and leading stylesin street
hats, which include both the popular turban and
sailor models. All new, bright, snappy effects and
authoritative Fashion creations. Values
up to $3.50; for today only,
Econony Specials in the
Jewelrv and Leather
F!rt Floor Wtit Ana ex.
Tfte DEAD NECKCIIAINS 48e
A lot of Neckchalns. In pearls, turquoises
anl amethysts Regular value 75c: spe
"clal at. each -10c
$1.58 NECKCIIAINS SOc.
An assortment of pearl, turquoise, etc.
Neckchairut Resuiar value $1.50; special
nt. each S9c
SOUVENIR HAT PINS Wc.
Sterling Silver Souvenir Hat i'In.. with
large sterling top and a variety of dif
ferent designs. Including Fair buildings.
Mount Hood. Oregon Webfoot, etc.; spe
cial at, each 38c
1V03IEVS fc LEATHER BELTS 59c.
A lot of TVomen'a Leather Belts, made of
nicely finished, aoft leather, with neat,
plain gilt buckles. In black, tan and
brown Regular value S5c: special at.
"WOMEN'S 43e SECRET JEWEL POCKETS
Secret Jewel Pockets, in pink, white and'
blue silk, with Inside chamois pockets
Regular value 45c; special at. each... 38c
WOMEN'S f 1.30 COMBINATION POCKET
Women' Combination Pocket Books, In a
variety of leathers, well made Regular
value $1.39; special at, each 69c
' Friday Specials in
The Crockery Store
Third Floor Take Elevator.
Good quality, with brass bushings
12-Inch site special at. each S2.83
14-lach size special at. each 93.S6
COAL OIL STOVES.
Handy, convenient and economical
1-Burner Stove special at, each 37 e
5-Burner Stove special at. each 74c
-Burner Blue Flame Stove special at.
Automatic. HIgh-Grade Refrigerators
.Enameled linings, 42 Inches high
special at, each 517.38
Enameled linings. 43 Inches high
special at, each S20.25
Enumeled linings, 43 Inches high
special at. each 523.15
Sire 24x37 Inches special at. each 2.5e
Size 30x37 Inch6s special at, each 38e
WASHINGTON, FIFTH AND SIXTH
$35.50 Silk Shirtwaist
Suits for $24.35
jaunty Silk Shirtwaist Snits, in very latest
designs and effects; a splendid quality silk; blues,
blacks, browns, greens andTYancy mixed patterns. The
Shirtwaist Suit offering of the year. Regular
only at $a4.JO
Handsome Dress Skirts
Ten stylish Dress Skirts, in dress lengths, silk, etamine
and voile materials, in plain black, light gray, blues
and tans; values in the lot tor $28.50. Special today
One-Fourth Off Regular Prices
in the sale
Splendid Friday Specials in
A line of new Wash Goods suitable for
pretty Summer dresses. In plaid and
Mtrlped voiles, with tan and white
grounds; plain colored etamines in all
the newest shades Regular value 25c:
special for today only, yard 10c
$1.75 English Long Cloth
Fine English Long Cloth, in 12-yard pieces:
smooth finish Regular value S1.75; spe
cial at. the piece $1J25
A Grist of Economy Specials
Small Wares Aisle
FANCV MOUNTED BACK COMBS 23e.
A large assortment of Fancy Mounted Back
Combs, in snell. amber and wnltc; spe
cial at, each 23c
25c SHELL HAIR PINS lae.
Shell Hair Pins. 1 dozen on card, smooth
finish, plain hoop or crimped Iteguiar
value 25c: special at, the card 13c
10c SHOE LACES 5c.
Men's. Women's and Children's Black Tub
ular Shoe Laces: best quality mohair
Regular value 10c; .special, package... Be
3c COTTON TAPE 3c.
Package White Cotton Tape; patmt non
twlstlng Regular value 5c; special... 3c
25c FRENCH PEIIFUME 10c.
ImporteJ French Perfumes In bulk; all pop
ular odors violet, rose, lily of the val
ley, etc. Regular value 25c: special at.
the ounce - 10c
15c TALCUM POWDER Oc.
Violet-Perfumed Talcum Powder; delicate
and refreshing Regular value 15c; spe
cial at, the can 9c
10c TOILET PAPER. 7c.
Toilet Paper In extra large rolls; best
quality Regular value 10c; special at.
the roll 7c
S5c FLORIDA WATER 19c.
Large S-ounce" bottle Florida Water Reg
ular value 35c; special nt 10c
Sc MUCILAGE 3c.
L Page's Mucilage, with brush. In 2-ounce
bottles Regular value 5c; special Rt.
the bottle 3c
5c SHELF PAPER 2 Vic.
10-yard piece Shelf Paper, fancy lace edge;
all colors Regular value 5c; special at,
the piece 2c
5c LEAD PENCILS 2c.
Lead Pencil. No. 2 Eagle, best quality, rub
ber tip Regular value 5e; special at.
BOX 33c WRITING PAPER 19e.
Box fine quality Writing Paper: plain and
assorted shades: Envelopes to match-
Regular value 35c: special at 19c
Friday Economy Specials
Women's $1.00 Pants, 69c
Women's fine wnlte llle lace-trimmed
Knee Pants, with tights top Regular
value $1.00; special at. the pair 69c
Women's 75c Vests, 55c
White Mercerized Lisle Mesh Vests: low
neck, sleeveless; suitable for the hot
weather Regular value 75c; special at,
Women's $1.25 Union
White Mercerized Lisle Mesh Union Suits:
low neck, sleeveless, knee-length Reg
ular value $1.25; special at. the suIt..S5c
Misses' 55c Union Suits,59c
Misses "Merode" Union Suits; very light
weight; low neck, sleeveless, knee
length Regular value S5c: special at.
the suit 5l)c
Children's 20c Under
Children's White Knit Underwnists Regu
lar value 20c: special at, eacn l2Vc
Economy Specials in the
Women's and Children's
WOMEN'S 65c BLACK HOSE 20c. '
Women's Black, Gauze Lisle Hose, with
embroidered boots Regular value oc:
special at, the pair 2t)c
WOMEN'S 30c BLACK HOSE 20c.
Women's All-Black Lace Lisle Hose, full
finished Regular value 50c; special at,
the pair 20c
CHILDREN'S 35c HOSE 23e.
Children's Fine-Ribbed Black Lisle Hose,
finished foot: sizes 6 to D Regular
value 35c; special at. the pair 23c
Grand Friday Economy
In the Slioe Store
Along the Fair-Way
First Floor West Aanex.
Our great special sale of Women's Tan
Shoes last Friday was so successful we
decided to repeat the offering for anotner
two days, today and tomorrow: tnls In
cludes all the lines of Tan Lace and But
ton Shoes; the different grades and prices.
Positively these -prlcs will hold good for
two days only
Our regular $3.30 Tan VIcl Kid. "Harney
make"; special at. the pair 52.25
Our regular $3.50 Tan Russia Calf, '"Gloria"
make; special at, the pair 92)5
Our regular $4.00 Tan Russia Calf, "Pro
tection" make; special at, thejjalr.. 53.00
Our regular $4.00 Tan VIcl Kid. "Dutten-
hofer" make: special it, pair 53.00
Seven styles to select from; all sizes and
OUTFITTING THE MEN
Friday Specials in
The Men's Shop
FIrt Floor-Weat Abhcx.
Men's 20c Handkerchiefs
A line of Men's Plain White. Fine Mercer
ized. Hemstitched Handkerchiefs Regu
lar value 20c; special, each I2c
Or Two for 25c
Men's 50c Ties, 36c
A line of Men's Silk Windsor Ties: an as
sortment of patterns Regular value 50c;
special at, each 36c
Men's 25c Black Cotton
Sox, 1 5c
A lot of Men's Black Cotton Sox. high
spliced heels, double soles: full, regular
made, real combed "Maco" yarn Regu
lar value 25c; special at, the pair 15c
Men's 50c Underwear, 29c
A broken line of Men's Ribbed Cotton Un
derwear Regular value 50c: special
to close out, garment 29c
"IT'S WORTH THE MONEY
As a souvenir If nothing else," said a Fair
visitor, as she was shown the Official
Guide, containing pictures and descriptions
of every- building In the grounds. "The
Guide Is the best record I can take home
of what I've seen at the Fair."
She paid 25 cents for a Guide, found it
enabled her to see the Fair to the best
possible advantage In the shortest possible
time, and still thought It worth the money
as a souvenir.
The Guide need not cost you 25 cents.
An Official Guidefor 5 cents
With every purchase of $1, or more, at
our store, we give a coupon worth. 20
cents on the pur'chae of a Guide, when
presented at tne headquarters in the Ori
ental building- on the Fair grounds.