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TKjS MORNING OBEGONIAJT, TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1905.
WON BY JAPANESE
Army "and Navy Carry All Be
fore Them in Island of -"
TOWN"BURNED BY RUSSIANS
Korsakovsk Occupied After Slight
Resistance Four Guns and
Much Ammunition Taken.
Enemy Flees to Tibrth.
TOKIO. July 10. The following report
has been received from the Japanese army
headquarters on Sakhalin Island:
"Our army, without much resistance, oc
Korsakovek early on July S. The enemy
burned the town and retired to positions
eight miles north, whore they resumed" re
sistance. We dislodged them and arc now
"At 11 A. M. "on July S the enemy had
retreated to a point 22 miles north of
"We captured two 12-centlmeter guns,
two 12-pounders and also a large amount
of ammunition. We suffered no loss."
Xo Resistance to Iiandinjj.
Admiral Kataoka reports under date of
3uly 7 as follows:
"My squadron went- north and, acting
in conformity with a prearranged plan,
3anded marines on July 7 at a point pre
viously chosen. There was no resistance,
and a portion of our army had already
Under date of July S, Kataoka reports:
"One of our torpedo destroyers reports
on the afternoon of July 7 that Korsa
kovsk was burning. The forts previously
shelled by the destroyer -were then silent.
Our army arrived at Yengsuma on the
afternoon of the. 7th.
JTnvy Cleared the Way.
"Under date of July 9 Admiral Kataoka
"The squadron convoyed the transports
through dense fogs on July 5. The fleet
"preserved good order and reached the
point chosen for concentration on the
evening of July 7. The fleet anchored and
the work of sweeping the sea of danger
ous obstacles was completed. The trans
ports were led in gradually. The war
ships lowered launches and assisted In
landing the troops, guardships protecting
the operations. Admiral Dewa reported
that his division had reached the landing
point at 6 o'clock In tho morning, and a
landing was effected. A reconnaisance
was conducted, but no defenses were
found. Only three guards were discov
". flotilla engaged Jn sweeping the sea
for dangerous obstacles encountered
hev currents, but speedily pressed the
vk. A portion of the squadron and the
transports were led through the cleared
space, and marines "were landDd from the
cornblned division. Latex the army re
lieved the marines. Our sweeping divi
sion was suddenly shelled from the hills
south of Korsakovsk. The cruiser AkagI
was also exposed to the fire, but the
sweeping was concluded without damage.
"The army reported by wireless on July
S that Korsakosk had been taken. Our
flags were visible at several points. We
were apprehensive" on account of the
weather, but the work of the fleet was
successfully accomplished. Admiral Na
kao reconnoltercd In the vicinity, of the
Island, but nothing unusual was discov
ered. "Early on Saturday three warships and
two destroyers were dispatched to Ten
sum?. Cape. Later a destroyer entered
Rollsei .and was vigorously shelled by a
field piece, Wc returned tho fire and si
lenced the enemy's guns."
CZAR TURNED DOWN' WITTE
Would Not Appoint Him Peace En
voy, and Chose Muravieff.
ST. PETERSBURG. July 10. The Asso
ciated Press has high warrant for the
statement that M. Wltte, president of
the Committee of Ministers, -was strongly
urged upon the Emperor for head of the
peaco mission. Even Foreign Minister
Lamsdorff is understood to have joined
In recommending his election. The Em
peror, however, flatly declined to appoint
him, and after M. Nelidoff, Ambassador
at Paris, pleadedlllness, His Majesty per
sonally chose M. Muravieff, the Ambas
sador at Rome.
M. Muravieff. while personally consid
ered a very able and shrewd man, has
had little experience In diplomacy and
Hone in Far Eastern affairs, and there
fore he will probably be compelled to
rely largely on Baron Rosen, the Ambas
sador at Washington, the other plenipo
tentiary, and M. Pokotiloff, both of
whom have the situation at their finger
The Emperor has recelvod from Gen
eral Idnlevltch another very optimistic
dispatch on the military situation and
the section 6f the court party still fav
orable to a continuation of tho war Is
making much of 1L
According to gossips of the Imperial
entourage, the Empress Is opposing the
conclusion or peace.
RUSSIA EAGER FOR ARMISTICE
But Believes Japan Wants Firm
Grip on Sakhalin First.
ST. PETERSBURG, July 10. Although
fen days ha'e elapsed since Russia in
formed President Roosevelt of her wil
llngness to conclude an armlstic pending
the result of the Washington conference,
Japan, so far as known to the nuasian
government, has not deigned to i-cjny to
the President's communication. When
the question of an armistice was first
broached by the President, it is under
stood that Japan indicated that she would
decline to agree to a suspension of hos
tilities until the plenipotentiaries met.
Russia agreed in principle to this as the
basis for negotiation. Since then the
Russian government feels it has given
ample proof of its desire to conclude
peace, and It Is possible It may go a step
But the impression here Is that, now
that the Japanese have made a descent
on the Island of Sakhalin, they are de
termined to get the Island firmly In their
grasp before the negotiations begin. This
fs an easy task, as the small Russian
force on the island Is in no position to
contest Its occupation. In addition to ma
rines and Infantry, the Japanese landed
artillery and cavalry. The latter are
moving rapidly north. The presumption
here is that the Russian troops will clear
out without fighting, crossing to Alexan- J
drovsk, on the mainland. ' j
The Novostl says it considers Sakhalin j
a second Alaska, worth $10,000,000,000. It I
is possible, howc'cr, that Japan might
agree to suspend hostilities In Manchu
ria, although the latest reports from there
create, a strong impression that Field
Marsh'al Oyama is at last advancing for
a decisive blow.
JOY AT " REGAINING . ISLAND
Japan Long Repented Cession of
Sakhalin to Russia.
TOKIO, July 10. The announcement
of the landing of a Japanese forco at
Sakhalin Island and the occupation of
Korsakovsk. followed by the northern
-flight of the garrison, has been re
ceived with great satisfaction by the
Japanese. -The landing of the array at
Sakhalin marks tho first entry of the
Japanese upon Russian territory prop- j
er. me Japanese nave expressed
themselves as pleased to be again in
possession of the island, declaring that
they have long felt that the bargain
under which they relinquished the
place 40 years ago was unsatisfactory.
Tho Japanese express the belief
that they will speedily control that
entire island, as they regard the gar
rison there as being Incapable of seri
ous resistance, and are confident that
it will certainly be captured.
JAPANESE SPREAD THE NEWS
Proclamation Fired in Shells Tells
or Black Sea Mutiny.
SIPINGHAI. Manchuria, July 10. The
news of the mutiny In the Black Sea
reached the Russian army through the
Japanese, who fired night shells charged
with proclamations conveying the Infor
mation Into the Russian advanced posts,
scattering the proclamations broadcast.
Rain Is falling In torrents, and all ac
tivity at the front has ceased.
Guns Captured by Pursuers.
LONDON. July 10. A dlsoatch to the
Japanese Legation from Toklo announces
mat me Japanese force on the Island of
baxnaun. wnlch Is pursuing the Russian
troops, has caDtured four jruns and a
quantity of ammunition.
REFUSED TO SHOOT 3IUTTNEERS
Firing Squad Turned Guns on Offi
cers and Twelve Fell Dead.
LONDON, July 10. The Morning Post
from private sources gives an account
of the recent outbreak at Llbau, ac
cording to which the first naval mutiny
led to 23 men being condemned to death.
The attempt to carry out the sentences
or death provoked still more serious
signs of mutiny, whereupon the port
commander ordered the executions to be
stopped and applied to St. Petersburg
The government replied that all the
mutineers must be shot and a shooting
party was formed, but, when the order
to fire was given, the firing squad turned
and- fired on the officers instead of on
the condemned mutineers, and a dozen
officers fell dead.
Other troops, including Cossacks, the
account says, were summoned, and a
serious conflict developed, in which be
tween 0 and 30 Cossacks were killed
before the mutiny was quelled.
POTEMKIN SAILS FOR HOME
Insurance Companies Claim Millions
for Odessa Fire.
ODESSA. July 10. The authorities here
have been informed that -the Kniaz Po
temkln has sailed from Kustenjl for
The question of insurance on property
lost by fire in the harbor during the re
cent disturbances is occasioning serious
disputes between the Russian govern
ment and the foreign insurance com
panies. The foreign corporation declare
that they will make claim against the
Russian government. The" claimants
number about 400, and the total losses
are now estimated at J20.000.0W.
PORTSMOUTH CHOSEN PLACE
Peace Envoys Will Go to Conference
on Two Government Yachts.
WASHINGTON, July 10. Assistant Sec
retary Pierce today announced that the
plenipotentiaries of Rupsla and Japan had
agreed upon Portsmouth, N. H., as the
meeting place for the sessions of the peace
conference to be held outside of Washing
ton. The session will be held In the Gox
ernment navy-yard at Portsmouth, in, the
new building just completed there.
Third Assistant Secretary of State Pierce
has been specially commissioned by the
President to make all necessary ar
rangements for the meeting of the
plenipotentiaries at Portsmouth.
The plenipotentiaries will assemble
at New York early In August and be
taken to Oyster Bay on two protected
cruisers of the Cleveland type to pay
their respects to the President and be
formally presented by him to each oth
er. Orders have been issued for the
Mayflower to Join the Dolphin at Oys
ter Bay early in August to receive the
plenipotentiaries. With the onvoys
aboard, the two vessels, under the es
cort of a small cruiser, will proceed to
Muravieff Sails July 26.
ROME, July 10. M. MuraviefT. who will
act .as peace plenipotentiary for Russia
at Washington, will, it is learned in of
ficial circles, sail for the United States
July 26 from Cherbourg on the North
German Lloyd steamer Kaiser Wilhelm
Costly Smash by Auto.
NEW YORK, July 10. By tho extraor-
mnary anucs or an unruly automobile,
the costly Italian marble balustrade
which surrounds the building of the ap
pellate division of the Supreme Court,
Madison avenue and Twentv-flfth stret
has been badly damaged. A length of 30
xeet or. xne nne marble was broken and
it was said that the damage exceeded
Positively cured by thete
They also relieve Distress from Drspepslx,
Indigestion and Too Hearty Eating. A per
fect remedy for Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsi
ness, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Coated Tongue
Pain in the Side. TORPID LIVER. They
Regulate1 the Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
m&U Pill. Small Do.
Welcome P. D.'s and M. D.'s. The Town Is Yours
The Doctors of Publicity and of Physics are with us. Make the store your
down-town headquarters, boys. You are heartily welcome.
THE OLDS-WORTMAN-KING STORE, WASHINGTON-FIPTH-S1XTH.
LEADING DEPARTMENT HOUSE ON THE PACIFIC SLOPETHE "DIFFERENT STORE.'
Particularly Profitable to People of
Prudent Propensities Who Would
Share This Week's Unparalleled
Price Primings on Wanted Sum
"Much Like ,Men:
There's something back of a man, who, when he says
a thing .makes yon feel it's so. He may say it quietly. It
may be a simple "no" or "yea,r bnt yon believe it
Another man may say the same thing; may emphasize it;
may yell it to yon, and repeat it again and again. Bnt yon
don't believe it. Stores are mnch like men. We've used
the simile before. Yesterday we announced the opening of
a series of very exceptional special sales of goods pecul
iarly adaptable for present use and -wear vacation and
recreation supplies staple high-grade linens and .stylish
shoes. These, and other merchandise in the wanted-now
class. The statements were quiet, plain, simple facts of
really wonderful reductions on staple and seasonable Sum
mery goods. But it was believed, for the crowds of buyers
came surging in soon as the doors opened, and kept in
creasing through the day. The pleased expressions at the
exits told a story of satisfaction, of promises fulfilled.
That's why it pays thiastore to advertise. Not all the
good things were told yesterday, there's more today.
Did You See It?
The most -wonderful exhibit on the Pair grounds is
often missed by visitors who are not familiar with the
grounds. One-third of the people who left the gates a few
days ago when asked "Did You See It?" replied
That is the trouble wjth trying to see the Pair without
a guide, the very things you want most to see are missed.
You do not know where to go to get the most out of the
Then You Need an Official Guide
The best way to get it is through our store. The
Guide sells for 25 cents everywhere, but we have arranged
to furnish it to our patrons for 5 cents in this way. With
every purchase of $1.00 or over we give a ticket, "which,
when presented at the Guide Headquarters in the Oriental
building, is worth 20 cents on the purchase of a Guide.
Specials in the
Second Floor Abb ex.
$1.50 Untrimmed Hats 25c
About 500 good quality Untrimmed Straw Shapes, In a large
variety of styles turbans, sailors, trlcorns, dress shapes,
etc. in white, black, navy, brown, green and plaids
Values to 51.50; special at. each 35c
Bunch 25c Flowers 10c
To help you trim your own hat at home, we will place on
sale today a line of Flowers Regular values to 25c:
special at, the bunch lOc
la the "Faacy GoedV Store First Floor.
Women's 50c Handkerchiefs 3 for $ I
A line of women's pretty Handkerchiefs, in Swiss, linen,
scalloped or hemstitched edges: regular value 50c Special
3 for tl.00
51.00 CHIFFON RUFFLING 56c.
Dainty Chiffon Ruffling. In black and white. 6 Inches wide;
our regular 51 value. Special sale price, the vard 56c
IN THE LACE STORE
BIG SPECIAL. SALE OF LACES AND EMBROIDERED
DRESS PATTERN'S Flrt Floor.
A srreat special sale of all of our handsome embroidered
Dress Patterns. These are of linen and batiste, embroidered
in the Dopular English eyelet work or blind hand embrold
erv and are verr beautiful.
They range in price from 515.00 to 550.00. All are included
in this sale at special prices, as follows:
Our 515.00 value: special at $11.35
Our 525.00 value: special at 918.75
Our 535.00 value; special at W-tt
Our 540.00 value: special at 936.00
Our 550.00 value: special at $37.50
VALENCIENNES LACES BY TUB BOLT.
Pretty Valenciennes Laces, in a variety of patterns: the
right kind for trimming children's dresses: our 40c and 53c
values; special sale price, the dozen yards 35c
In the Women's Knit TJnderwar
Section First Floor.
Women's 20c Cotton Vests 15c
White Cotton Sleeveless Vests,
Richelieu ribbed, fancy shoulder
piece, very light and thin; regu
lar value 20c, special, each 15
Women's 50c Union Suits 37c
White Cotton Union Suits, low
neck, sleeveless, kuee length,
plain and lace-trimmed; regular
value 50c, special at, each 37$
Women's 25c Cotton Pants 19c
White Cotton, Knee-Length Pants,
lace trimmed; regular value 25c,
special at, the pair 19
IN WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S HOSIERY AISLES.
WOMEN'S 35c HOSE 17e.
Women's Black Lace. Seamless Hose Regular value 25c:
special at, tbe pair 17c
WOMEN'S 25c GAUZE HOSE lc.
Women's Plain Black Cotton Gauze Hose, nnlshed foot
Regular value 25c: special at, the pair l&c
CHILDREN'S SEAMLESS HOSE 15e.
Children's Black, Fine-Ribbed. Seamless Lisle Hose: sizes
6 to 9: special at, the pair 15c
WOMEN'S BLACK LACE HOSE 86c
Women's Black Lace Lisle Hose, finished foot; splendid
special at, the pair 35c
SECOND DAY OF THE STIRRING PRICE CUTS
Women's Apparel Salons
A MONSTER PURCHASE
OF WOMENS TAIL
On the Altar of Sacrifice
for Two More" Days'
Smartly Tailored Suits at
V Redaction Today
The response accorded the
announcement of this great
price reduction In Smart
Tailored Suits yesterday
was Indeed generous. Today
will bring throngs of buy
ers to augment those al
ready served and satisfied.
Every wanted material and
color is embraced in the lot.
All are this reason's very
newest make and feature,
every new. smart "kink"
known to the style creators
of authoritative fashion
centers. Plain tailored and
trimmed In latest modes. A
splendid lot of handsome
suits. Including values
ranging up from 515.00 to
550.00. at regular prices.
tor two more days only at
TRIM AND TRIG PEDES
TRIAN SKIRTS AT
In the above offering are included all this season's latest
novelties. In popular round walking lengths; materials of
alpaca, cheviot, serge, canvas cloth, etc. The full color line
is embraced plain black, blues, greens, browns and fancy
mannish mixtures, regular values from 54.50 to 52S.50. Your
choice today at 4 OFF.
LINGERIE WAISTS TODAY yt OFF REGULAR PRICES.
This Is a season of lingerie nnd such dainty, handsome
Waists as are Included In this beauty convention. The
resrular values comprising this offerinc take in all the stock
ranging In price from 510.03 to 52S.50. All at 4 OFF
ANOTHER STinRING SALE OF SILK PETTICOATS.
910 AND 912X0 VALUES FOR $7.83.
Handsome Taffetas and Chiffon Taffetas, In all wanted color
ings and prettv shades. Accordion plaited and ruffled
styles; some with dust ruffles. Best 510.00 and 512.50
values In the city. Special today at. choice for 97.S5
TERRIFIC PRICE SLAUGHTER
NOVELTY SUIT SILKS
6 oath Ah aex First Floor.
ANNUAL JULY STOCK-REDUCING SALE.
11.000 yards of new 1905 novelty suit silks, the newest
weaves and colors to be found in the world's best markets.
These silks are sold everywhere regularly at 51.00. 51.25.
51.50 and 51.75 per ard: you will And thero on our special
bargain tables in silk store annex, divided in four monster
lots, reduced as follows:
Lot 1 Special July stock-reducing sale only. yard...... -43c
Lot 2 Special July stock-reducing Hale only, yard 87c
Lot 3 Special July stock-reducing sale only, yard 78c
Lot 4 Special July stock-reducing sale only, yard 03e
STreenlag Redaction RaacUc from a Half to a Third on
COLORED DRESS GOODS
South Aaacx First Floor.
SlaHjcktered for the July Stock-Reduclag Sale.
Imported English Noveltv Mohair, in checks, stripes and
changeable effects: Imported Shepherd check. French voiles.
In grays, tans, navys and brown: imported silk and wool nov
elty fabrics: also our entire line of odd pieces. In tweeds and
mannish suitings: all in the stock-reducing sale at exactly
half price: 51.00 srrale for 50c yard. 51.50 grade for 75c yard,
52.00 grade for 51.00 yard, etc
Regular 50c values. In neat mannish mixed suitings. Just the
thing for children's wear, and beach and mountain' wear:
all colors to choose from; special only, per yard SSe
The Linen Sale Grows
In Force With the Passing of the Hours
The broad aisles de
voted to the great expo
sition of linens. Just In
side the main entrance
on first floor of the par
ent building of or
store group, wn
thronged all day yestet
day -with enthusiastic
buyers, who seemed to
fully aopreciate the
tcrand values that go to
make up this matchless
convention of linen bar
gains Included In the
semi-annual sale of the
Samples from the famous
linen house of Richard
son Brothers, of Belfast.
Ireland. News of the
rare values spread rap
Idly and every buyer
seemed a link In an end
less chain of splendid
advertisers for the sale.
Today's patrons will find
assortments fully as
complete to select from,
however, as yesterday's
drain, has been filled by
new lots brouKht from
the reserve In the great
stockrooms. A partial
list of the bargains:
Llaea Store, First Floor
RICHARDSON'S DOUBLE DAMASK TABLE COVERS.
Special at. each.... 810.00
Special at. each.... 8 0.75
Size Sxl2; regular value 513.00.
Size 10x10: resrular value 512.50.
Size 10x12: resrular value 516.50. Special at. each.... 81230
Size 10x14: regular value 517.50. Special at. each.... 913.00
HEAVY SATIN FINISH DOUBLE DAMASK.
Regular 53.00 value. Special, yard 81.SS
Regular 53.25 value. Special, yard ....15
Extra large Dinner Napkins
Regular 5S.00 value. Special, dozen.
Recular 57.00 value.
Regular 57.50 value.
Regular 515.00 value.
Regular 517.50 value.
Special, dozen $5.00
Special, dozen 85.25
Special, dozen 912.90
Special, dozen 913.06
A line of slightly soiled (from handling only) Napkins, in
odd lots; about 150 dozen: great special values at from.
dozen 75c to S4.0O
BUREAU SCARFS. ETC.
A lot of real hand-embroidered and hemstitched Bureau
Scarfs. Squares and Tea Cloths
Size 32x32: regular value 51.00. Special, each 75c
Size lx27: regular value 51.Z5.
Size 1Sx45; regular value 52.00.
Size 1Sx54: regular value 52.25.
Size 30x30: regular value 52.00.
Special, each OOc
Special, each. 81.50
Special, each 81.85
Special, each $1.50
HAND-EMBROIDERED AND HEMSTITCHED PILLOW
Size 22x36; regular value 52.50. Special, pair 91.S5
Size 22x36; regular value 54.00. Special, pair 93.00
Size 25x36: regular value 55.50. Special, pair $3JH
HAND-EMBROIDERED AND HEMSTITCHED BOLSTER
Size 21x72: regular value 56.00. Special, pair 9-1.50
Size 21x72: regular value 55.00. Special, pair 93X0
Size 21x54: regular value 55.00. Special, pair 93X0
EMBROIDERED AM) HEMSTITCHED SHEETS.
Size 2x3 yards; regular value 56.00. Special, pair... 94.00
Size 2MxZ yards: regular value 512.00. Special, pair... 94X0
Size 24x3 yards: regular value '520.00. Special, pair.. $15.60
A line of Richardson's washed Huck Towels, in plain
and Jacquard effects
Regular 76c value. Special at. each 5c
Regular 51.25 value. Special at. each oee
Regular 51.75 value. Special at. each 81.25
Regular 52.00 value. Special at. each 9L35
48c DOILIES. 25c DOZEN.
About 150 dozen linen fringed Doilies, with red border; size
7x7 inches; Just the thing for fruit plates; regular value
40c Special at. dozen 25c
That Shoe Sale's a Wonder
A STOCK ADJUSTMENT THAT MEANS A REDUCTION OF
849.000 WORTH OF . SPLENDID FOOTWEAR
BY DRASTIC "PRICE-CUTTING.
It was not a matter of surprise at all that such generous
response came from our announcement of Sunday of a really
sensational sale of good shoes that opened here yesterday.
We never make a misstatement of facts in our telling ot
stare events, the public knows It." No wonder, then.. that
such an outpouring of buyers filled the shoe store to repletion
yesterday to share In the. unprecedented bargains. The only
ones disappointed were tnose who failed to be waited on in
the crush. We did the best we could, employed all the skilled
help we could procure, yet failed to reach all with our ac
customed perfect service. This will be remedied today, an
a number ot extra salesmen and fitters of experience are
ensraxed and will be on hand to help handle the crowds. The
bargains have been added to. so that today's buyers will be
surrounded by even a greater number of wonderful shoe
values than were those" of yesterday. Here's hint only of
the unmatchable host of bargains which await ahoe-buyers
Oa "the Fair Way Went Aaaex FIrat Floor.
MEN'S 93X0 SHOES 'FOR $20.
Men's Tan Shoes. In all styles and shades; our regular 33.50
value. Special at. the pair 20
84.35 FOR MEN'S 80.00 SHOES.
Men's Tan Patent Colt Shoes. "Florshelm make." Have sold
all season at 56.00 the pair. Special sale price, pair.. 845
985 FOR MEN'S 95.00 HALF SHOES.
Men's Tan Shoes, same as above, only low cut. Blucher style:
our 55.00 value. Special Sale- Price, the pair 935
MEN'S 83X0 SHOES FOR 82X0.
Men's Shoes. In tan. kid. Russian calf, both Bals. and Half
Shoes: our regular 53.50 value. Special at. the pair... 82X0
92X0 FOR MEN'S $3X0 SHOES.
Men's Shoes in velour calf and black vlci kid. Goodyear
sewed, thoroughly built and best material throughout; our
53.50 value. Special sale price, the pair $2X0
MEN'S 94.00 AND 95.00 SHOES FOR 83.00.
A big lot of Pingree made Shoes in several good styles and
all kinds of leathers; our 54.00 and 55.00 values. Special
sale price, the pair - .....83.00
MEN'S 93X0 SHOES FOR $2X0.
Men's patent colt Half Shoes: good style; our 53.00 value.
Special sale price, the pair 92X0
WOMEN'S 91X0 OXFORD TIES FOR 80c.
Women's Oxford Ties in common sense style, with wide toe
.and low heel or medium round toe. with patent tip: our
31.50 value. Special sale price, the pair 80c
WOMEN'S 83X0 TO 94.00 SHOES FOR' $2X0.
Women's Outing. Beach or Mountain Shoes. In tan or black
calf, substantial and well made; our 53.50 and 54.00 val
ues. Special at. the pair ..82X0
WOMEN'S 83.00 BICYCLE SHOES. 81X0.
75 pairs of Women's Bicycle Shoes. In tan or black kid: our
regular 53.00 value. Special at. the pair ..$1X0
IMPORTED TURKISH SLIPPERS.
For Women, in black, tan or red. Special sale price, pair. 30c
WOMEN'S 93.00 HALF SHOES. S5c
Women's "Empress" Half Shoes, of vici kid. with turned
soles: our 53.00 value. Special sale price, the pair 95c
WOMEN' 93X0. 84.00 AND 95.00 SHOES. 8LS5.
About 300 pairs of Women's Half Shoes, of different makes:
some Gloria Pingree make, some Duttenhofer's and other
leading makes: in vlci kid. patent kid and box calf. None
of these shoes were sold for less than 53.50 and some(are
34.00 and 55.00 values. During this sale, your choice of
any of them at. the pair 9LS5
WOMEN'S 82X0 AND 83.00 SHOES FOR 81.65.
175 pairs of Women's Lace Boots, of vlci kid. with patent
tips and either lleht or "heavv soles: our 52.50 and 53.00
values. Special sale price, the pair $1.05
WOMEN'S 84.00 TAN SHOES. 8285.
Women's Tan Russian Calf Half Shoes. In three best stj-les
and best grades: with welt soles: have sold all season at
34.00. Special sale price, the pair $2.85
83X0. 84.00 AND 95.0O LOW SHOES FOR 81.00.
Colonial Ties and Buckle Shoes for Women; all 53.50. 54.00
and 55.00 values. Special sale price, the pair $1.00
WOSIEN'S $2X0 SLIPPERS. $1.05.
200 pairs of Women's patent kid and vlci kid Tie Slippers:
our 52.50 value. Special sale price, the pair 81.05
AH X.lae.1 la Womea'a Taa Boot Will Be Greatly Reduced la
Price for This Sale.
91.05 FOR WOMEN'S 53.00 SHOES.
Women's fine kid Lace Boots, with fine, dull- matt kid tops
and patent tips, turned Holes and military heels; our 53.00
value. Special sale price, the pair .' $1.05
Boy' Shoes, In box calf and vlci kid. with stout or medium
weisrht soles, solid and built on honor throughout
For "Little Mea." sizes 9 to 11; our 51-75 value. Special sale
price, the pair - 91.25
For Youths, sizes 11 to 2; our 52.25 value. Special sale
price, the pair $1.65
For Boys, sizes 24 to 6: our 52.50 values. Special sale price.
the pair 91.S5.
BOYS' 92X0 SHOES FOR 51.75.
Boys Shoes, made In velour calf, lace: the famous "Hall
crest" line; In all sizes from 2 to 6; our 52.50 value. Spe
cial sale price, the pair 51.75
Boys'. Caavaa Shoe, leather trimmed, well made. Special at.
the pair 05c
81.60 INSTEAD OF $225 FOR MISSES' SHOES.
Misses Plnsrree matle Lace Shoes, of vlci kid. with patent
tip and spring heel: our 52.25 value. Special sale price.
the pair 91.60
INFANTS' 75c SHOES FOR 45c.
Infants Lace Shoes, of kid. with patent tips, turned soles
and no heel: our 75c value. Special at. the pair 45c
Same as above; with a wedce heel, in both button and lace
styles, sizes 5 to 8: our 51.25 value. Special at. pair.. 75c
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S TAN HALF SHOES.
The new "Gibson" Ties, very stylish and serviceable. Spe
cial at. the pair $1.25
Misnes' aad Chlldrea's White Canvas Oxford Tics, cool and
comfortable. Priced at. the pair 9125
WOMEN'S, MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES 50c.
A broken line of women's, misses and children's kid and.
calf, spring heel, lace and button Shoes: regular values
32.00, 52.50. 53.00 and 53.50. special at. only, pair 50c
MEN'S 3X0 LACE SHOES 91JJS.
A lot of men's lace Shoes In box calf, vlci kid and velour calf:
regular value 53.50. xpecial. pair $14)S
MEN'S 91.75 CANVAS HALF SHQES 91.29.
Men's brown canvas half Shoes; regular value 51.75; special.
WOMEN'S SATIN SLIPPERS AND TIES.
A lot of women's satin Slippers and Ties, custom made, but
one pair of each kind: regular values 55.00 and 56.00. spe
cial, your choice at. pair, from 75c to $1X0
WOMEN'S 82.75 "GIBSON TIES." 52.00.
A line of women's tan kid "Gibson Ties"; regular value 52.75.
special, pair $200
The largest stock of Champagne Oxfords in the city at
very low prices during this sale.
A WONDERFUL f ANCY RIBBON SALE
Miles upon miles of pretty, fancy Ribbons, of tho most want
ed sorts. In narrow widths, ranging from Inch to 2 Inches
wide, in Dresden. Persian and stripes; regular values from
15c to 25c yard. Special, yard..... 5c
A TRIO OF STIRRING SPECIAL SALES IN THE FOURTH
HAMMOCK HOLDERS, GO-CARTS
AND LACE CURTAINS.
56.00 ADJUSTABLE HAMMOCK STAND $4.00.
Adjustable Hammock Stand to nt any size Hammock, light
and easy to handle and move about the lawn, regular
value 56.00; special, each ...$4.oo
Adjustable Reclining Go-Carts, automobile gear,
antl-frlctlon wheel fasteners, cushion rubber tires
body, complete with cushion and parasol
Our regular 514.00 value; special at. each
Our regular 516.50 value; special at. each
Our regular 518.50 value; special at. each.
Our regular 520.00 value; special at. each
Our regular 524.00 value; special at, each....
Our regular 525.00 value: special at. each
Our regular 526.03 value: special at. each
Our regular 532.00 value: "special at, each
LACE CURTAINS SINGLE PAIRS.
A line of Sample Curtains, slightly mussed from handling,
in Brussels effect. Soutasch. Cluny, Rennaissance. Arabian.
Real Brussels. Irish Point. Colored and rvoveuy JStlects-
Our regular 5 1.00 value: special at. pair.
Our regular 5 2.0d value; special at, pair...
Our regular 5 3.00 value; special at. pair...
Our regular 5 3.50 value: special at, pair...
Our regular 5 4.00 value; special at. pair...
Our regular 5 4.53 value; special at. pair...
Our regular 5 5.00 value; special at. pair...
Our regular 5 6.00 value; special at. pair. . .
Our regular 5 7.30 value; special at. pair...
Our regular 5 S.00 value; special at, pair...
Our resrular 5 9.50 value: special at. pair...
Our regular 510.00 value; special at. pair. . .
Our resrular 511.00 value: special at. pair...
Our regular 512.53 value; special at, pair. . .
Our regular 514.00 value: special at. pair...
Our regular 517.50 value; special at, pair...
Our regular 522.50 value: special at, pair...
Our regular 533.00 value: special at, pair...
. . 265
. . .9 325
. . .8 625