Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, July 20, 1905, Page 2, Image 2

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    THE MORNING OREGONIAN, THUKSDAT, JXlLY 20, 1905.
CHINESE BEGIN
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Merchant Princes Decide to
Buy No More Ameri
can Goods: " ' t
MEETING HELD JN SHANGHAI
Trade Guilds at Five Ports Put Boy
cott In Effect, but Government
Will Oppose It Rc
formsln China.
SHANGHAI, July 20. (Special.)-At a
meeting: last night participated In by 500
of the Chinese merchant princes, it was
resolved to boycott American goods. There
were many Chinese ladies present, and
they were given the right of speech
and voted for the resolutions.
The merchants behind the movement
are arranging for another meeting to
day, at which will be arranged the de
tails for putting into practical operation
the boycott.
FIVE PORTS BEGIN BOYCOTT
Only Likely to Be .Effective In Can
ton and Shanghai.
WASHINGTON. July 19. The State De
partment has been informed by Its Con
mils that the Chinese boycott against
American goods, which was Instituted
today, was organized by the trade guilds
in five ports. Shanghai, Canton, Tien
tsin. Hankow and Niuchwang. It Is
believed the boycott will not be suc
cessful or do any particular Injury to
American goods, except In the cities of
Canton and Shanghai, where the guilds
are stronger than elsewhere.
There is no official action which the
United States Government can take as
long as it remains a. simple boycott or
refusal to purchase American goods, but
U Is thought the boycott will be dis
couraged by the Chinese Government as
far as possible.
REFORM MOVEMENT IS BEGUN
Chinese Government Will Infuse
Modern Ideas in People.
PBKIN. July 20.-(SpecIal.)-Chlna has
awakened and, if the signs are read
aright. It Is the Intention of the Imperial
government to seize the opportunity that
the termination of the Russo-Japanese
War presents and make gigantic efforts
to infuse up-to-date ideas in It's people.
Sweeping reforms are to be Inaugurated
and the initial step of the government
will be to send officials of the War Of
fice to all parts of the world, immediately
upon the termination of the war, to In
vestigate all systems of constitutional
government.
The Viceroy of Yuenshlka! has drawn
up a reform schame which has been
submitted to the throne, and there met
with approval. It provides, among other
things, for the relief of the poor, the
universal education of all the subjects,
the conscription of Chinese young men
for army service, the enlarging of the
powers of the local authorities and the
strengthening ofthe finances of the Pe-
kln government by the gradual gathering
in of funds from all the provinces.
The officials of the province of Annul
have held a great meeting, at which it
was decided to construct a railway
.throughout the whole territory under their
control.
SENTENCEJJN FUNSTON.
Ex-Congressman Fined for Approv
ing of Iola Explosion.
IOLA, Kan., July 19. E. H. Funston,
former Congressman from this district,
and father of General Frederick Funston,
was found guilty today in the police
court of disturbing the peace and of
having carried concealed weapons. He
was fined $5 on each charge and the costs
of the suit were charged against him,
making a total of $31.55.
The charges against Mr. Funston grew
out of the wrecking with dynamite by a
temperance fanatic on July 10 of three
Iola "Joints," or saloons The explosions
followed an agitation against the saloons,
in which Governor Hoch was appealed to
In an effort to secure the enforcement of
the state prohibition law. Intense excite-,
ment followed the act of the dynamiter,
and for three days the city was crowded
with people, who came from many points
of the state to view the wreckage or Join
in a hunt for the dynamiter.
During the height of the excitement
Mr. Funston. It was charged, had made
inflammatory utterances to crowds that
gathered about him on tho streets. When
Patrolman Cannon tried to persuade Mr.
Funston to desist, a quarrel between the
two ensued, and Funston, It was alleged,
attempted to draw a revolver. Funston
was arrested and formal charge made
against him. after which he was released
upon his own recognizance.
In the trial, which was attended by
hundreds of persons, one witness testified
that Mr. Funston had said:
"I am glad that some one had nerve
enough to do it. The only regret Is that
the men (saloonkeepers) were not there
to be blown out of their buildings. If the
t police officers had done their duty, this
wocld not have happened. I have no sor
row In my heart for the men along this
street that have suffered loss, because
they have done business with these men
and have not put a stop to the saloon
business."
Patrolman Cannon testified that Mr.
Funston had threatened his life and had
cursed him.
"That's a He." Interrupted the defend
ant. Mr. Funston testified In his own de
fense. He admitted he had come to town
armed .with a shotgun, and had purchased
rhot on that day. He asserted that he
wanted the shot to protect his property,
located some distance out from Iola,
against a threat that had been made to
burn It. He denied having made In
flammatory utterances.
The loss caused by the explosion was
estimated at $100,000. and the alleged dy
namiter. C. L. Melvln. is still at large,
although a warrant has been issued for
his arrest and hundreds of men have
searched for him.
Judge Adair, in sentencing Mr. Funston.
said:
"It is with great regret that I have
been called uoon to render Judgment in
the matter. While this is not a matter
of ttlmony. I -wish to state that I have
known Mr. Funston ever -since I have
been in Kansas; that I know klm to be an
boaor&ble. uprlsht jlUen. and a tnu of
exemplary " character and rentftatldn. I
heartily sympathize with his feelings in
regard to the Joint question. A man who
regards his family and children would
naturally resent anything which would
tend to disgrace or injure them. I do not
wish It understood that any Judgment I
may render indicate? that 1 do not sym
pathize with the sentiments and feelings
of those who believe in the enforcement
of the prohibitory law. I have dedded
the matter, disregarding the standing of
the defendant, public sentiment and
everything except the law and the evi
dence." Mr. Funston was not In court when the
decision was rendered. Hi attorney im
mediately filed, an appeal to the District
Court.
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LIGHTNING HITS DYNAMITE
"Explosion Blows Five Iowa Miners to
Pieces and Wrecks Building.
DES MOINES. Ia., July 15. Five miners
were literally blown to pieces by the ex
plosion of 25 pounds of dynamite In a
storage power-house at the West River
side coal mine, two miles from this city.
The dead are Charles Brown, engineer;
Duke, Miller, sinker; Harry Belknap,
sinker; Dell Vance, sinker; George Ar
rowwood, pump man. Brown. Vance and
Arrowwood leave families.
Heads, arms and limbs were scattered
for a distance of 500 -feet. The explosion
was not known until the day shift ap
peared to go to work.
The victims were engaged in sinking a
new abaft, and during tho early morn
ing hours a rain storm came up which
compelled the men to stop work. They
sought shelter in the powder-house. Light
ning struck a tree near the building and
ignited the dynamite as well as two kegs
of powder. The building was blown Into
fragments. Some of the bodies were so
badly disfigured that identification Is im
possible. The nearest house was S00 feet
away and the inmates knew nothing of
the accident, attributing the noise to the
bolt of lightning.
TAKES A ST. LOUIS BRIDE
W. W. Gittins, of Portland, Married
and Coming Home for Honeymoon
ST. LOUIS, Mo., July 19. (Special.)
W. W. Gittins, of Portland. Or., and
Miss Marie Babler. a St. Louis society
girl, were married today at the homo
of the bride's parents in Eldorado
Springs, Mo. The wedding was a very
quiet affair owing to the recent death
of the bridegroom's father. The bridal
couple left tonight and a honeymoon
tour, which will conclude at the Lewis
and Clark Exposition.
The bride, who is a handsome bru
nette, has been the most popular young
girl in her set since the debut of her
self and her sister two or three years
ago at a brilliant reception at the
Planters' Hotel, given by her brother.
Dr. E. A. Babler, of Euclid avenue. Her
sister was married at Eldorado Springs
a year ago.
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ST. LOUIS' BLIND SHERIFF
Can't Sec Betting Going On at Del
mar Racetrack.
ST. LOUIS. July IS. Acting on direc
tions of Governor Folk. Attorney-General
Hadley, of Missouri, today called on
Sheriff Herpel. of St, Louis County, and
notified him that all betting at the Delmar
race track must be stopped immediately.
Sheriff Herpel. accompanied by deputies,
visited the race track and Inspected the
betting ring1 pavilion. He stated that he
saw no evidence of bookmaking and no
arrests were made.
Only Three Names Are Known.
BOISE. Idaho, July 19. No official an
nouncement has yet been made of the
complete list of persons Indicted at the
recent session of the special United States
grand jury, at which a number of indict
ments were found for timber frauds In the
Lewlston district. Only three names are
known, two of these being Lewlston
bankers.
The Kettenbach Indicted is W. F. Kct
tenbach. not F. W. Kettenback, there
having been a confusion of the initials In
the dispatches. The men are both bankers,
but it is W. F. Kettenback. who Is as
sociated with George H. Kester. and Is
alleged to have been concerned with the
latter In illegal timber deals.
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Economy
Is a strong point with
Hood's Sarsaparilla. A
bottle lasts longer and does
more good than any other.
It is the only medicine of
which can. truly be said
1 00 DOSES ONE DOLLAR
KRYPTOK
INVISIBLE BIFOCALS
We are headquarters for these new and
wonderful glasses. Call and see them.
Oregon Optical Co.
Fourth and Yamhill Y.M.C.A. Bld
SICK HEADACHE
Positively cured "by these
liittlo Pills.
They also rcTicrc Distress from Dyspepsia,
Indigestion and Too Hearty Fating. A per.
feet remedy for Dizziness, Kaasca, DrowaU
xxss, Bd TaMc in t&e Mouth, Coaied Tosu
Pain in the Side. TORPID LIVER. They
KegBkte the Bewok. Purely VegeUfek.
mmM PW. SmaX Don,
Small Frio .
THE OLDS-WORTMAN-KING STORE
"Different Store" LEADING DEPARTMENT HOUSE ON PACIFIC SLOPE "Daylight Shop"
Washtagtea, FIftk aad Sixth Sts.
THIS STORE'S A STUDY
A MILLION DOLLAR STOCK OF MERCHANDISE IS YOUR
TEXT BOOK.
A stock of merchandise showing the handicraft of the people of three Continents. Bet
ter than a muse tun study of the Applied Arts.
The OLDS, WOBTMAK & KING Store has a work so wide it must needs he more
than a store must he a great university of business, teaching ethics and methods; bring
ing into play all that's best in men and women; opening the throttle that shall let
brains work at their best and fullest. The man or woman who "hedges' on troth or
takes short cuts to success is a back number. So is a store. Modern business is built
sturdily oak fashion. Else it crumbles.
Good service and all that "good service" implies is the basic foundation of this
business, which has risen steadily and grown so great as to he PORTLAND'S FORE
MOST STORE, and the LEADING RETAIL HOUSE ON THE PAOITIO SLOPE. Read
the store news on this page today, and you'll "get a line" on the sort of values that
have helped to make it the Samson of modern mercantile establishments in. the West.
Silk Bargains That are Fairly Sensational
S"5"rhtVowcytSPHcL" t'&y Sold for 3 Doys at Half Price
There isn't a syllable o exaggeration in the above. We're going to sell new Silks so
cheap for the next three days that you can afford to make house" wrappers from the beau
tiful fabrics. At such low prices that it will certainly behoove you to select one or more
lengths now for the evening gowns you'll need for social functions the coming "gay sea
son." Word description is futile in describing the silken beauty that forms this great
exposition 'twould do credit as an opening show for most Portland stores but 'tis our
drastic closure of the finest and handsomest stock of new and fashionable Silks ever shown
in all the West a show worthy this splendid "Silk Store."
Our Regular $ 1 .00, $ 1 .25 and $1.50 Novelty Silks Go at
Half Price 3 Days Only Today, Friday, Saturday
Every yard in very latest weaves, finishes, and colorings. Every 3ard the best for the
money at regular prices that the world's best Silk markets afford. Not a lot of rem
nants, but our own matchless lines, selected with consummate care and expert skill. Every
yard must be sold this week, and the half-prices will surely do it in a hurry. Be early
today for choicest selections.
$ 1 .00 Silks for 50c yd. $ 1 .25 Silks for 62 ic yd.
$1.50 Silks for 75c yd.
As the Mercury
Rises, Prices Drop !
Ib the KHlrrrear Aisle First Floor.
Women's Summer Under
wear at Stirring Reductions
A SWEEPING CLOSURE SALE TODAY.
If you've Underwear want, 'twill pay'ou
handsomely to "alt up and pay attention to
these wonderful values. No better In est-
ment can be moJe than that of nlllng tne
needs of a future season at these prices:
WOMEN'S 9X90 UNION SUITS 9X33.
Extra fine gauze weight Silk and Wool "Me
rode" Union Suits, hand-flnlsh. silk croenet
trimxninsr, long sleeves, ankle-length Reg
ular value Sl30; special, the suit 9X33
WOMEN'S 91.25 UNION SUITS SSc.
White Cotton "Merode" Union Suits, long
l.s. nnkle-lcngth: extra sizes. 40. 42
,i Regular value $1.25; special, suit. SSc
WOMEN'S 9L75 UNION SUITS 91.39.
Silk and Cotton Union Suite, with high neck,
long: sleeves; high neck, short sleeves; and
low neck, no sleeves; silk crochet, nand
trimmed Regular value $1.75; special, the
suit I'3a
WOMEN'S 9X25 UNION SUITS 91.75.
Silk and Lisle Union Suits, high neck. Ions
and short sleeves; low neck, no sleeves; ex
tra silk-trimmed Regular value 52.25; spe
cial, the suit ?i..o
WOMEN'S 91.25 UNION SUITS OSc.
White Lisle Union Suits, hand-nnlshed, sjlk
trlmmed. high neck, short sleeves, knee
jength Regular value $1.25; special, the
suit 8Sc
AVOMEVS 91.75 UNION SUITS 91-39.
White Silk and Cotton Union Suits, low neck,
sleeveless, lace-trlmmed knee, extra silk
trimmed Regular value 51.75; special, the
suit -
WOMEN'S 91-50 UNION SUITS 91.18.
Same as above, in cotton Regular value
JL50; special, the suit 91.19
WOMEN'S 91-50 UNION SUITS 91.19.
White Merino Union Suits, very light weight,
half wool and half cotton; long sleeves,
extra sllk-trlmmed Regular value J1.50;
special, the suit 91.19
WOMEN'S 91:23 VESTS SSc
Fine light-weight Silk and Lisle Vests, long
sleeves and sleeveless, hand-crochet silk
trimming Regular value 51.25; special.
each 9Sc
Knee or Ankle-Length Tights to match;
special, the pair 8Sc
WOMEN'S 91.23 VESTS 8Sc.
White Mercerized Cotton Vests. Cnely finished
Regular valuo 51.25; special, each.... SSc
WOMEN'S 20c VESTS 15c.
Low neck, sleeveless. RIchelleu-rlbbed Vests;
plain, neat trimming Regular value 20c;
special, each - 13c
WOMEVS 91.00 VESTS 73c. -
White Silk and Cotton Long Vests, hand-sllk-trimmed
Regular value 51.00; special,
each 75c
WOMEN'S 91.00 KNIT VESTS 73c.
White "Merode Knit Vests, low neck, sleeve
less: or high neck with short sleeves and
extra silk-trimmed Regular value 51.00;
special at, each 75e
Grand Riot of White
In the Uadermuslla Salens
Annex Second Floor.
Right In the Midst ef the Annual Jaly Sale
Every Muslin Undergarment
in the House Is Reduced
A Surpassing Midsummer
Event
Peerless prlre concessions on beautiful Un
dergarments that are unrivaled in all America
among lingerie expositions. Garments of
high character, generously and servlceably
fashioned from dainty but sturdy fabrics that
are selected for their beauty and splendid
wearing qualities. Nothing skimped in the
collection: all full sizes and made under sani
tary conditions in America's best factories.
Bear in mind that EVERT GARMENT IS RE
DUCED DURING THIS SALE.
JL HINT OF THE PRICE TREND.
Gorma Made of muslin, nainsook and cam
bric, trimmed In embroidery, laces, hem
stitching; high, low. round or square neck.
Including the new slip-over; long, elbow
and wide kimono style' sleeves Regular
prices 50c 75c. SLOO. 51.50. 52.50 to 520.00;
special prices 43c. 63c, 83c, 91-36, 92.19 to
917.66, with many between prices.
Drawer Of same material as above, trimmed
in Swiss Hamburg embroidery, dainty laces
-and ribbons Regular prices 25c. 50c, 60c,
SSc, J L00 to 59.50; special prices. Sic, 43c.
36c, 72c, SSc to ;.9&36
Ladle' Skirt Of fine white materials, trim
med In a great variety of styles of flounces,
edged with VaL. Point de Paris. Cluny or
Maltese or fine embroideries Regular
prices 65c. 51.00. 5L50. 52.25. 52.75 to 545.00;
special . .3Sc, SSc, 91.36, 9L94, 9X43 to 93956
Ladles' Corset Covers Of fine cambric and
nainsook, tight-fitting, French full front,
or without shoulder straps for evening wear,
trimmed in an almost endless variety of
styles Regular prices 25c 35c, 50c 75c
51.00 to $9.10; special prices, 21c, see, 43e.
9Sc, SSc to 97.99
Ladles Short Lec Chemises Round or
low. square neck, trimmed in embroidery or
lace Insertion and edging Regular 59c. SSc.
SLOO. 51.35. 52.00 to 5.00; special prlc.
4Se, 73e, SKe, 9L1S, 91-99 t 97.99
WELCOME, VISITORS
Expert Engraving
on Glass
Third Floor.
An entertaining exposition of surprising
skill In the cutting on glass of any initial,
design or name the patron may desire, while
she waits. And tne time spent In waiting
will be well and entertainingly passed. We
have engaged for a limited time an expert
glass engraver from one of the large East
ern houses, who will engrave anything you
wish on any article of glass. Lewis and Clark
designs or any other you may prefer. Third
Floor, near large .elevators.
Big Assortment of Souvenir
China
Big stocks and splendid varieties. A host
of great special values up from 10 cent.
Lewis and Clark Plates In the popular "Old
Blue ware; 10-Inch size, a grand special
value at, each sec
Happenings in Hosiery's ,
Home
Vlrst Floor.
A Devy ef Interesting Bargain Incidental
Of Course You Know
We nre selllasr
"Buster Brown"
Stockings and Stockings for wBHterV
Sister's "Wear,
At 20c a Pair
And givlsc array
DRAWING BOOKS FREE
Buy one pair or more, as few or as many
bother of gathering coupons.
Women's Hosiery Specials
Boys' Under-near aad Hosiery Underprlced.
"WOMEN'S 3e HOSE 32c.
A lot of Women's Black Lisle Hose, all lace
and lace boots, finlsned foot, double sole,
spliced beel and toe Regular value 50c;
special, the pair 32c
WOMEN'S 60c HOSE 37e.
A line of brilliant Black Ingrain Lisle Hose,
fine gauze weight, white heels and toes,
double soles; sizes 3. 95 and 10 Regular
value 60c; special, the pair 37e
WOMEN'S 33c HOSE 23c
A line of Black. Fine Gauze Hose, finished
foot, double sole Regular value 35c; spe
cial, the pair 33c
WOMEVS 36c BLACK LACE HOSE 32c.
Black Lace Lisle Hose, finished foot, double
sole Regular value 50c: special, pair. ..32c
WOMEN'S See LISLE HOSE 32c.
Black Lisle Hose, with lace boot, finished foot
Regular value 50c; special, the pair. ..32c
BOYS' 33c SHIRTS AND DRAWERS 19c
Boys Balbrlggan Shirts and Drawers, In soft,
fine cotton; colors, ecru and natural Reg
ular value 25c; special at, each l&c
BOYS' 35c SCHOOL HOSE ISc.
Boys double-ribbed Black .Cotton School
Hose, finished foot, double knee Regular
value 35c: special at, the pair ISc
Special Note
A Plenty of New Tan Hosiery
First Floor.
Arrived by express a day or two since. The
rage for tans is unprecedented, but. as usual,
our buyer forecasted, .their popularity and.
while other houses have asked their patrons
to select from meager stocks, here there's
generous yes lavish choosing. Both plain
fashioned and In the dainty lace effects that
most women prefer. Hundreds of dozens of
pairs and an immense variety.
Popular prices 35c and
50c Pair
Another Lot of Braids in a
Sale Today
The "BIIoh" MIHIaery SaleBs FaraUh
Farther Opportunity 7er Heme Ministers
Annex Second Floor.
A surprise to us and to yoti: for we said last
week we would bold the last ale of bralJs
of the entire season. We expected it to be
the last. We closed all we had In the
stocks and Jid not expect to be able to se
cure more at the prices we are willing to
pay at this season when we are selling them
to you for a song. However, our buyer,
who is now In the Eastern marksta. very
unexpectedly secured a -wonderful bargain
In a lot of banlsome Braids and sent them
to us by express, with instructions to sell
them at once at last week's sale pries. So
today we shall place them on sale In IS
nn.t 12-vard lengths, blacks, blues, reds,,
plaks, browns, greens, etc, at the OSfl
piece of 10 or 12 yards lor -.jvj
A Special Lot otWire frames
Today at 25c Each
Exceptional values at the regular prices,
but wonderful bargains at the special price
of today. All the latest popular saades aad
styles.
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This Store Closes at 6 P. M.
The Best Apparel Values
in America
Are Being Picked Daily by Delighted
Gatherers Who Come to the
Grand Salons of Dress
Second Ploor.
Oar buyers are in the market. They're not only selecting the
new things for Portland women's Fall "wear, but they've got eyes
open end ears to the ground to catch sig-ht of or hear of real good
bargains in Summer appareL to send, to you thro' us. They're
successful in many cases, for cash in hand looks very tempting
to manufacturers who are ready to open their Winter season and
want to clear the decks of Summer goods. "With us and with
you 'tis different; the Summer season is all ahead, and we've a
long time to wear pretty Summer gowns and other toggery. Among
recent arrivals, marked at most ridiculous figures, on acconnt of
fortunate buying by our representatives now in New York, we
have received a large lot of
Handsome Shirtwaist Suits
Also several lines of
, Pretty Silk Shirtwaists and Linen Skirts
; These, with a lot of
Smart, Stylish Covert Jackets
From our own stocks, we shall place on sale, commencing today, at remarkably reduced
prices. Read :
Silk Shirtwaist and Jacket Suits
Values to $35.50 for $ 1 9.55
Handsome Taffetas, in very latest, newest smart effects. Black, blue, red, green or white.
All the most popular trimming effects embraced; skirts cut in the vogue round
lengths. The best values at regular prices, starting at $30, and including I A
$320, $35 and $3S.50 values. Special for three days only at J0
$7.50 and $5.50 Silk Shirtwaists for $3.95 .
In plain Taffetas and pretty figured Silks, including very swell, attractive plaids. All
this season's styles, with Bishop sleeves and fancy stock collars with ties. Plain
tailored and plaited effects. The Waists we sell hosts of and well db"
worth the prices at $7.50 and $8.50. Special for 3 days only at JJ
$4.50 Linen Skirts, Dainty, Durable, $3.39
Summer Skirts of pure white and colored Irish linen; cut with 9-gored flare with side
gores tucked. Splendidly adapted for wear these warm, Summery days, on outings,
launch or trolley rides, lawn parties and the many social functions to which the Sum
mer girl is called to participate in. A
for three days only at.
km
We've Quickened the Pace
in Shoe Selling
She Shoe Stores on "The FAIR-WAY"
West Annex First Floor.
We'll have a fresh lot of "steppers" and pace-makers on
the tables today. Every former value will 'be eclipsed
every previous sale outdone. All we ask from our public
is that they investigate the claims of the stores advertising
shoe sales just now, that they compare the values and in
clude this store. If we don't win your trade we won't say
a word. HERE ARE ABSOLUTELY THE GREATEST
SHOE BARGAINS -EVER OFFERED BY ANY PORT
LAND HOUSE. This is an OLDS, WORTMAN & KING
statement, mind you. Did you ever read one that wasn't a
fact? Do you need shoes NOW? Do you expect to need
any within a year? We advise buying now, for under no
circumstances which can be foreseen now will shoes be sold
so cheap again in that time.
On Bargain Tables, for 3
WOMEN'S 91.73 SLIPPERS 99c.
Patent colt, one-strap, medium beel. turned
sole Regular value $1.75 special at, tne
pair 99e
WOMEN'S 91.59 SLIPPERS 99c.
Vlci kid. one-strap, turned soles, low or
opera heels Regular value $1.50; special,
the pair 99c
MATRONS 91.25 SLIPPERS 99c
Three-point Comfort Slippers, turnd soles,
low heels, flexible oak soles Regular
value $1.2; special, the pair 99c
WOMEN'S 92.75 VASSA TIES 9L95.
For houso or street wear; two styles; patent
colt. vamp, dull matt, quarter and all
patent colt Regular value $2.75; special.
the pair 9L95
WOMEN'S 92-30 SLIPPERS 91.85.
Three-strap. All Kid Slippers, opera heel
Regular value $2.50; special, pair.... 9LS5
WOMEN'S 9X50 SLIPPERS 91.75.
Four-strap Patent Kid Vamp. French matt
kid foxing Regular value $2.50; special,
the pair 91-75
WOMEN'S 9X59 SLIPPERS 91 .96.
Two-Button strapi patent colt, for treet or
house wear Regular value $2.50; special.
the pair .' 9L98
WOMEN'S SATIN SLIPPERS AND TIES.
A lot of Women's Satin Slippers and Ties,
custom-made, but one pair of each Regn
"r values $5.00 and $8.00; special, your
choice, at. pair, from -.75c to 91.50
WOMEN'S 9X59 SLIPPERS 31-49.
The "Ermine" Slippers for street wear; one
strap, patent celts kin. Cub&a heel Reg
ular value $2.59; special, the pair. . . .91.49
WOMEN'S 9X59 SLIPPERS 9149.
The "Eleanor" Slipper for dress; vlci kid,
one-strap Louis heel Regular value $2.50;
special, tne pair - 9149
WOMEN'S 9X59 AND 944)9 HALF SHOES
9L99.
We have left a few of the "Gloria and
"Duttenhofers" Half Shoes Regular val
ues $3.59 and $4.00; special to close out.
the pair 91-99
WOMEN'S GIBSON TIES.
Just arrived by- express the popular shades
ef gray- aad tan "Sea. Island Duck "Olb
hb Ttes" at our twual low prlc.es.
WOMEN'S WHITE SUCK! AND CANVAS
SHOES
Just received by exprecs a let of White Duck
and Canvas Half Shoes; all sizes; three
styles.
9X99, 94-99 AND 9S-99 LOW SHOBS FOR 91.
CoIetl Tie and Buckle Sbees far Waa:
all iZ.lt. 14.99 and $C94 . valves: seil
sole price, tfee pair ...9L9
' A really- tveBderfal ateck. of
Seavealra It ere to select from, and
the littlest mites of prtcra to pay.
We're glad to advertise Portland,
aad Tre caat do It easier or better
tkaa by dlstrlBBttag: Soavealrs
taoiK tae visiters at profitless
prices.
usual $4.50 value - 7 7A
, spvr
A Timely Special
In Smart
Covert Jackets
Stylish Covert
Jacketi at Half Price
TOR THREE DAYS ONLY
Commencing today we shall start to reduce the stock of
Covert Coats now oiVthe tables. These are in the very latest
styles, all this season's make, corset-fitting and splendidly
tailored by expert artists. We have too many for Midsum
mer, so are going to take a loss now and adjust stocks.
Values up to $32.50 for three days at ONE-HALF PRICE.
Select the Fall Jacket now. The opportunity you've
waited for is here.
Days Only, Commencing Today
wome-vs 3.ee half shoes $1.95.
A number of "Women's all- patent colt Half.
Shoes, large eyelets, Blucher cut, turned
soles; new goods this season Regular val
ue $3.00; special to close, the pair. ...91.95
FOR WOMEJi'S $3.00 SHOES.
"Women's Fine Kid Lace Boots, with fine, dull
matt kid tops and patent tips, turned soles
and military heels Our 53.00 value; spe
cial sale price, the pair - f 1.95
WOMEJTS fSJ59 KID BOOTS 91.84.
We have on hand a number ot these, shoes In
good vlci kid, patent tip, medium opera
toe and easy heels; in order to close them
out we will offer our regular $2.50 value.
special at. the pair 91.84
WOMEN'S 93.63 BICYCLE SHOES 91.36.
75 pairs o Women's Bicycle Shoes, In tan
or black "kid Our regular $3.00 value;
special at. the pair 91.38
WOMEN'S 93.ee SHOES
Women's "Laird. Schober & Co.'s" Shoes, In
Ideal kid. vlci kid and patent kid Regu
lar value $5.00; special, the'pair jiS5
MEN'S SHOES.
MEXIS 936 SHOES FOR 988.
Men's Tan Shoes, in all styles and shades
Our regular $3.50 value; special at. the
pair 939
9&99 FOR MEN'S 93-66 SHOES.
Men's Tan Patent Colt Shoes, "Florshelm".
make; have sold all season at $6.00 the
pair; special sale price, the pair 939
98-79 FOR MEN'S 98-99 HALF SHOES
Men's Tan: Shoes, same -a.s above, only low
cut. Blucher style Our $5.00 valuer spe
cial sale price, the pair 93.79
MEN'S 9&S9 SHOES FOR 929.
Men's Shoes in tan kid. Russia. Calf, both
Bals and Half Shoes Our regular $3.50
value; special at. the pair ...... ...939
9XS9 FOR MEN'S 9&9 SHOES.
Men's Shoes in Velour calf and black, vlci
kid, Goodyear sewed, thoroughly built anl
best material throughout Our $3.50 value;
special sale price, the pair .99
MEN'S 94.99 AND 95-99 SHOES FOR 9S.&5
A big lot of Pingree-Made Shoes. In several
good styles and all grades of leathers
Our $4.03 and $539 values; special said
price, the pair 9&6
MEN'S 9&9 SHOES FOR 9XS9.
'Men's Patent Celt Half Saees, good style
Our $3.58 value: special sale price, the
pir -..-..v.. 9X99
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