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THE MORKiyg OBEGOyiijy. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1903.
Dozen Republicans Have Ar
dent Supporters in Race
for the Nomination.
IRARTY IN NEED OF A MOSES
tftcunlon of Factions Is Condition of
Success Ability to Promote
Harmony Is Claimed for
REPUBLICANS BOOMED FOB GOV
ERNOR OF OREGON".
Henry Ankeny, of Eugene.
H. L. Benson, of Klamath Falls.
Rebert Eakln, of La Grande.
T. T. Geer. ef Salem.
II. Goode. of Portland.
TV. A. Howe, of Carlton.
C A. Johns, of Baker City.
"William P. Lord, of Salem.
Dr. Andrew C. Smith, of Portland.
E. L. Smith, of Hood River.
L. R. Webster, of Portland.
Dr. James Withycombe, of Corvallls.
A dozen -Republicans are boomed for
the primary nomination for Governor of
Oregon, each of whom has a bunch of
admirers who proclaim him the Moses
that oan lead the Republican hosts out of
the Democratic wilderness, where they
have been wandering since George E
Chamberlain, Democrat, became exalted
t the high Job three years ago.
And. the dozen men are known through.
Mt the broad realm of Oregon as being
mighty as they make em, as being will
Sng to harken to the call of the people,
were they oach sure that the peoplo
were calling. Each is urged by his boom
ers as being the one man who can cage
the factional furies and pacify the hosts
tat voting the straight Republican tick.
oL And it is even urged that T. T. Geer.
tail Umber of Waldo's Hills, can do this
vory thing, and persuade the Furnish
braves to come Into the Geer camp and
lie down with its stalwarts as brethren.
Republican Reunion Called.
This reunion of the wide-flung factions
Is seen to be the one necessary condition
t Republican success, and boomers of
aH the candidates are boosting for it.
Far this end, Frank C. Baker, chairman
ef the State Central Committee, has call-
oi the lovefeast for October 12, at which
the feuds of old are to be forgotten and
the hatchet is to be buried.
That Chamberlain will be a hard man
t beat is conceded in all corners of the
Republican camp; still the patriots be
hld the 48.000 plurality of Roosevelt last
November, and say unto one another that
MiroJy George cannot wipe it all out. His
Excellency Just recently returned from
Oeos County, where he attended a Wood
men's function and made speeches, and it
Ik recorded that he made a deep Impres
sion on that stronghold of Republican
ism, thus giving an example of what he
will do whon the campaign shall open.
Ankeny for Harmony.
First on the alphabetical list of eliglbles
is Honry Ankeny, of Eugene, broad
shu!dered digger of irrigation ditches
and patriarchal promoter of party peace.
Mr. Ankeny is regarded on all sides as
a harmony man, one whose candidacy
would not fan smoulderlnr flres. H
the recipient of a boom for the nomina-.
uon tnrce years ago, but the Furnish
boosters carried the convention. Mr.
Ankeny has not been an intense partisan,
and Is regarded &b having a good supply
ef horse sense In politics. When he drifts
ito Portland, an event of frequent occur
rence during these Fair days, since ho
made way for Uncle Sam's Irrigation proj
ect In Klamath County, Mr. Ankeny's
nostrils breathe the gentle zephyrs of
harmony and all his ways arc peace.
Boom for Judge H.L. Benson.
Judge H. L. Benson, he who dispenses
Justice from the Circuit bench in the First
Judicial District, of Jackson. Josephine,
Klamath jand Lake counties, has a boom
let, though it is. not recorded that the
Judge has nursed it any or added to the
noise thereof. Judge Bemon was re
elected to his present Job one year ago
last June, and has five years yet to serve
therein. He was In Portland a few days
ago, looking at the Fair. Though he "was
once an active worker in tho Mitchell
camp, he has qualifications which his
friends think would harmonize the party.
It Is said for him that he could explode
big -quantities of campaign thunder from
the stump, for he is a vigorous talker
when wound up and set a-going.
Judge Enkin Has Supporters.
AnoLher Judge possessed of a boom
Set Is Robert Eakin. who holds the
scales of Justice in the Tenth circuit
composed of Union and Wallowa Coun
ties. The noise of his boom Is not so
-loud as that of Benson's, but his friends
say it could be made so. Judge Eakin's
way in the campaign would be quieter
.and more sedate than Benson's and
perhaps not so formidable against
Chamberlain's stump weapons. Eakln is
one of the ablest Jurists in the state
and his decisions have high rating. He
Is not so widely known in the state
as most of the other candidates but this
is ret up" as a point In his favor, since
he would be freer from the charge of
partisanship. He has three years left
of his present term as Judge. His ad
mirers say that if he should consent
to come out as a candidate for the nom
ination he would feel constrained to
resign his Judgeship, and this he would
be disinclined to do.
T. T. Geer Is Active.
Then comes T. T. Geer, who for defy
ing Senator Mitchell several years ago
and declaring unto the Senator -when
the latter tried to pacify him with an
office he did not seek, that he was no
miscellaneous candidate, was lifted to
the Governorship, from Waldo's hills
near Salem. Mr. Geer was called "Your
Excellency" four years, until Chamber
lain defeated Furnish, the man who
.bent Geer for the nomination. The Fur
nlsh people aver that the Geer outfit
bolted to Chamberlain and they have
big knives up their sleeves. Furnish's
knife being as long as his arm. Mr.
Furnish has said that he will work for
harmony if those persons who have
disrupted the party heretofore will
stand back. Mr. Geer since leaving his
Waldo farm for the Governorship and
finishing his term, has been a resident
of Salem, where for a time he wrote
editorials for a newspaper. He has one
eye on tho Gox'ernorshlp. sure enough,
and with that organ is flirting with the
Job. but his other eye is riveted on the
United States Senatorship, for which he
received the Republican nomination at
the polls three years ago, a nomination
which the Legislature Ignored and
which -went up in smoke, in the face of
the candidacy of C "W. Fulton. Mr. Geer
has-been lendinc-hls tall stature to the
old stamping grounds ef ltt. vlsitlag
his friends and learning from them
which of the two Jobs he should try
H. "W. Goo&e and" Ad. Howe Too.
H. W. Goode is boomtfa by a strong
force of Portland admirers, who aver
that his success with the Lewis and
Clark 'Fair, can serve him as a stepping-stone
to political achievement.
"Ad" Howe, of Yamhill County, mer
chant and State Senator. Is talked ot
and recently he has been .In conference
with Portland business interests.
Other Prominent Candidates.
CifcrJes A. Johns, of Baker City, was
one of the earliest aspirants to make
known his candidacy nod is in the front
rank of candidates. Mr. Johns Is Mayor
of his town and is a lawyer with spe
cial knowledge of mining law. W. P.
Lord, of Salem, who was once a mem
ber of the Supreme Court, then Gov
ernor and next Minister to Argentine,
is unaerstood to be wining to try for
the Job again. If conditions shall shape
) themselves favorably. Of similar mind
is Dr. Andrew C Smith, of Portland,
ex-State Senator. Dr. Smith has a large
following in Multnomah County of the
sort tnat wpuld vote for Chamberlain
were he himself not running,
t E. I. Smith Shows Strcncth.
Another strong candidate would be
E. L. Smith, of Hood River. Mr. Smith
is a producer of red-cheeked apples and
toothsome strawberries. Is president of
the State Board of Horticulture and of
many organizations. He has said that
he does not desire to run. but his
friends think that if he can "be shown"
he .will enter the ring. L. R. Webster.
County Judge of Multnomah, has been
cogitating some time whether to run
for Governor or for - re-election to his
present place. Judge Webster has
made a highly creditable' record as
County Judge, and this would be a big
boost, snould he ran for Governor.
James "Withycombe in the Race.
First to announce his candidacy for
the Governorship was Dr. James Withy
combe. whose name ends the alphabetical
list of candidates. Dr. Withycombe is
director of the experiment station of
the Agricultural College at Corvallls,
and has a large following In the rural
J Is tr lets of the state. His supporters
count him especially strong in the
Lower Willamette Valley counties. Dr.
Withycombe Is strong also with the
livestock Interests and has taken a
foremost part in the livestock devel
opment of the state. He has been hold
ing a series of farmers' Institutes in
Coos County, where Chamberlain held
forth a short time before, and Is re
ported to have made a good showing.
"Portland Day" t the Exposition, Saturday, Sept. 30th Souvenir Tickets on Sate Here at 5
OPPOSE LEASE "PRIVILEGE
ADVERTISING OX BRIDGES IS
DEEMED DAD TASTE.
Taxpayers' League and Ghambcr or
Commerce Among Organized
The Taxnavers Leaxrue. bv V. W. Mul-
key. president, and L. J. Goldsmith, secre
tary, filed a protest in the County Court
yesterday against the lease of the bridges
crossing the Willamette River, to Allan
R, Joy, for advertising purposes. The
reason, urged as a chief objection, Is that
the spirit or the times is for
doing away with such dlsrrfavs as muph
as possible which have been generally
denounced as unsightly. The members of
the Taxpayers' League are of tho opinion
mat it tne onages need painting the
county authorities should have thpm
painted and not defaced with advertising
placards or ail kinds.
William D. Wheelwright, president of
the Chamber of Commerce, vestirrfftv in
formed County Commissioner Lelghtner
01 ms intention to file a protest In bc-
naii or tnat body. A protest. -has been
presented by Mrs. A. H. Brevman. Th
County Court has not yet made and signed
mo urucr granting tne concession to Mr.
Joy. and llnal action will not be taken
until judge Webster returns from Vale,
whither ho has gone to be absent one
PURCHASE BUILDING SITE
Midway People Will Build Hall on
The Midway Imnrovempnt 1 nnnrlsf Inn
has purchased a lot on Mllw&ulcfe ctr.t
for $600, and will now proceed with the
erection or a public hall and quarters
for the volunteer fire company. Since
the organization of the stock company,
which Is an adjunct of the association,
more than half of the mom rnnttni
has been taken, which .nnhi tv,
ganlzatlon to do business.
Frank B. Gibson, superintendent of tho
Portland Crematorium, vhn b n rM
tect. Is preparing the plans for the build
ing, which will be unique in design and
Inexpensive. The lot will be covered with
a one-story bulldlncr. mi xt,- rcthnn
The main structure will contain an ample
o.u ior jjuouc gatnenngs. At one end
there will be n. stairo iinrlof nrfiUt. .mi
be placed a kitchen. At the rear end of the
main structure will be the quarters for
the volunteer fire eomranr. Mr- nt.n-
has the-outline of the plans well along
and these Indicate that the building will
be attractive. The wholn
enthusiastic over the enterprise, and those
m uu iiul ieei aoio to take a $30 share
wju aonate ta&or as soon as work starts
on tho building.
$15 MEN'S SUIT SALE
Clothing From the Manufacturer.
We want tho HAn nt tr, .
the corner of Third and Stark streets.
aim 1.0 uo mis we nave started a sale on
men's high-grade clothing.
j.oaay we piace on sale for only 515 the
grandest lot of flni ntt
shown. It include nil aim. ik w m n,
520 and 522 suits. The clothes "are mostly
iu.iiu-uuituea, an wool, flaric gray and
silk-mixed roods hut
unfinished worsteds, as well as tweeds.
ue n uie tine.
?Lc2?irB0 we hav Plcnty of Buits at
$12.50. 110 and down to IS. hn thi.
- f t 0iv; IIUQ
to do with our high-grade fellows. See
our Aniro-street window. Brownsille
Woolen Mill Store. Third and Stark Sts.
EXCURSION RATES EAST
On September 16 and 17 fh
Pacific will sell round-trip tickets to East
ern points at very low rates. Tickets will
be rood for stonoers. mini ni
lng, with final limit of 90 days from date
For full narticul&rs call on
F. R. Johnson, F. & P. A., Canadian Pa
cific Ry.. 142 Third street. Portland, Or.
LOW "KATE SIDE TRIP TICKETS.
Van vlcllnn In T3r It. ....
advantage of the side trip 15-day. one
fare tickets, issued by the O. R. & v
and Southern Pacific, to holders of Lewis
and Clark tickets sold cast of Vwntii,.
Pocatello or Butte and the western
boundary of Arizona. Such holders are
Antlfl tiA tn trijt trln, a o Ha 1 . . - .
Portland to all points -on the O. R. Sc N.,
in uresuo, u-au on uic aouuem acinc
as far south as Ashland; from Umatilla
to jenaieion. au.poinu! in was rung ton
and Idaho. .Including Oregon points be-'
twen "Pfinrilpinn anA Wiilfn Walla rf
t!tt1sr Viv sslrlncr at O T X. XT ...
office. Third and Washington streets.
The Meier Sb Frank Store's 822d Friday Surprise Sale
3 00 Magnificent Silk Waists
Values Up to $20.00 Ea.
Tomorrow Only at $5.45
A Silk Waist bargain that will go down in store his
tory s the greatest ever known is announced for to
morrow's 822d Friday Surprise Sale A really phe
nomenal offering of high-grade Silk Waists at a price
far below the cost of the material aloneThe woman
who is Incky enongh to seenre one of these fine
waists will always think favorably of The Meier &.
Frank Store as headquarters for genuine bargains
Lace waists, crepe de chine waists, pean de cygne
waists, taffeta and chiffon cloth waists, fancy fronts,
fancy yokes, Irish crochet, baby Irish crochet and
Valenciennes lace trimmed, fagotting, French knots.
tucks and tailor-made effects, waists for evening and
street wear in white, light blue, green, pink, black,
brown, reseda, tans, etc. Fully 150 waists in the lot
worth $12.00, $14.00, $15.00, $18.00 and $20.00
each Cold type can't commence to do them justice See them in the
Fifth-street window A word to the wise; Better come early if you C A CT
want one M. &. F's silk waist bargains don't usually last many hours
The Meier & Frank Store
Sale nf French I Jnrirmilincfe
The finest imported French Lingerie at very
special prices for a few days only. Unusual bar
gains for Portland's best buyers. French hand
made gowns, high, low; round and square effects
with hand embroidered fronts and yoke effects,
long and short sleeves.
$ 6.00 values.. S3.98 $ 3.50 values. .82.39
$ 7.50 values. .$5.63 $ 7.00 values. .4.98
u.uu values. .ti.4a $10.00 values. :$7.48
Sojl.ou values.. S100 values. .8.98
Values up to $25.00 all at proportionate reductions.
$3.50 values. . .82.75 $4.00 values. . .33.00
ifo.uu values. . .$3.73 $6.00 values... $4.48
HANDSOME FRENCH DRAWERS.
$1.75 values. . .81.33 $4.00 values. . .$3.08
$3.00 values... $2.33 $6.00 values... $4.35
$2.5a values. . .$1.98 $3.50 values. . .$2.85
$5.00 values... $3.89 $6.50 values.. .4.85
BEAUTIFUL HAND-EMBROIDERED FRENCH FETTICOATS.
Wide, full flounces; laundered and unlaundered styles.
1 taMtW.1! II nKV7TM L-
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: mi i mm i . r
$ 6.00 French Petticoats $ 4.38
$10.00 French Petticoats $ 7.35
$1S.OO French Petticoats $13.75
$25.00 French Petticoats S19.75
$ 8.00 French Petticoats S 6.
$12.00 French Petticoats $ 9
$22.50 French Petticoats Slf
$50.00 French Petticoats $38.
Great Special Bargains in Domestic TJndermuslins.
Tc Greatest Lace Bargains in Town
18?t1LalIVer VenIse ,n5,poInt J Gaze Laces and 45-inch figured nets, la
S 50 yard CyarT'' sultabIe for walsts and gowns; value up to " J. '
45rinih Bla5k.?r.eJ53 Nets plain Point d'Bsprits and Caantlllys; , e
value up to $2.75 yard for, yard S 1.59
rn r . . . . .
Point Gaze and Irish Crochet Galloons and Appliques, very
values up io a ' yaru, ior, yaru...
iew rouna mread Valenciennes and Mechlin Edges and Inser-
v.tmu ana ecru; iu-cent values, yard DC
Same as above, values 20c yard; on sale fors yard.
40c Ribbons for 21 c Yard
3000 yards of French Faille Ribbons in all the new shades, cardinal,
cream, white, mais, black, marine, blue, navy blue, reseda, old rose,
Yale blue, brown, Alice blue, full 5 inches wide; regular 40c i
value on sale for, yard v
Women's hand-embroidered initial Handkerchiefs, all pure
Linen; regular 15c values for, two for
Broken line of women's lace-trimmed and hemstitched Swiss 1 -Handkerchiefs,
20c values C
Sole Portland agents for "La
Grecque," a" French Corset for Ameri
can women; a model for every figure.
Wear a "La Grecque" once and you'll
have no other.
The Meier (& Frank Store's 822d Friday Surprise Sale
$3.50 Allover Bmbroid'es 89c
Another great Surprise Sale bargain in fine Allover Embroider
ies for tomorrow-2000 yards of clean, new, fresh styles that
Nwill make up into the prettiest of lingerie waists and you know
lingerie waists ore to be popular for evening wear this Winter
Swiss and nainsooks in English and French designs, handsome
assortment of patterns, values up to $3.50 a yard An advanta
geous deal with a large importer enables us to offer you your
choice of the entire lot at the exceptionally low price oq
On sale tomorrow only See Fifth-st. window display O
x tss wnvt . n mi 'ssff a tit
"Opening Day" Cloaks and Millinery
The millinery and cloak display continues today The wonderful
collections of merchandise which really form the foundation, the
strength of this business, causes much favorable comment from
thousands qf visitors Our exhibit of women's ready-to-wear ap
parel is the handsomest, the most extensive Portland will see this
year Every new fashion, every new material is represented in all
grades and superb assortment An educational exposition of styles
that will prevail this Fall and Winter Every individual taste can be
quickly pleased so large and comprehensive is the showing A
store visit today will be of interest and pleasure
The Curtain and Drapery Opening Continues Today Third F16or
Toilet Articles and Stationery
Fine perfumed Toilet. Soaps, large assortment of popular odors, three
cakes in a box; great special value at, box 19
.Cameo pure olive Castile Soap; special value, cake 4
Tetlows Gossamere Face Powder, all colors; box .160
Emery Boards, one dozen in a package, first quality, pkg.
Steel Kail Files, extra good value today at 19
Jergens old-fashioned Soap Oatmeal, Elderf lower and glycerine, large
cakes; great special vahie at . . . . ....... , . .1 . , 7
Goodyears all-rubber Ladies' Syringe, special :490
Alpha Bulb Syringe, continuous flow, guaranteed 89
Eagle Combination Fountain Syringe and Waterbottle, 2-quart size,
hard rubber fittings, special ;... 79
Lewis and Clark Souvenir Envelopes, official designs,package; 7
Souvenir Tablets, Fair or Oregon views; special 12
Fancy .P-aper Napkins, assorted designs, per hundred .". .7.7.7. .7
Greatest Display of Souvenirs in the City Popular Prices."
2fo. 9 Nickel Teakettles fl.07
$L0 3-pInt Nickel Teapots 70c
$1.23 5-pInt Nickel Coffee-pot.. .00c
$1.50 Food Chopper. No. 2 $1.23
Mrs. Potts' Irons. 51.25 vaL set.O-lc
16-In. Feather Duster, each 32c
12-ln. Feather Duster, each 21c
12-qt. Galvanized Palls, each.. 10c
No. 2 Galvanized Iron Tubs. ...60c
No. 3 Galvanized Iron Tubs.... 72c
53.50 Wringer, guaranteed . . . .2JS0
$1.00 Willow Clothes Basket. .1 .S2c
$1.10 Cop. Bottom Wash BoIler.S7c
No. 2 B. & H. Nickel Lamp, white
dome shade, complete 81.47
Nickel Toothbrush Holder 12c
Nickel Tumbler Holilcr.; 21c
Cook's Steel Knives. 10-In 73c
Christy Bread Knives, set 40c
A GREAT SALE OF,
ROGERS "1S47" Berry Spoon.... D4
Rogers "1S47" Butter Knives ...39c
Rogers "1S47" Sugar Shells... .39c
Rogers "1847" Gravy Ladle. .. .91.04
Forbes Silver Hair Receivers. 91.05
Forbes Bon-Bon Dishes, each.. 81.43
Forbes Syrup Jugs. each... t.. $2.63
Forbes Butter Dishes, each. .. .$2.36
Forbes 4-pc. Tea Sets, set 99.65
13 Cut Glass Jelly Dishes S2J30
Cut Glass Sugar and Creamer. 8S.-43
7.50 Nickel Co free Machine. ..95.40
$7.50 Nickel Chafing Dishes.... $5.40
Brass and Gilt Candlesticks... .S2c
Special Umbrella Bargains Today
92JJ0 VALUES 91.09.
100 Women's Black Gloria and
Union Taffeta covering Um
brelas. with natural wood, por
celain, polished horn, pearl and
sterling silver handles, 26-inch
sizes: regular $2.00, . e
$2.25. $2.50 values $1.59
Women's black Gloria covered
Umbrellas, 100 styles of han
x dies, plain and trimmed wood,
metal and novelty handles, 26
lnch size, great values no
today at. each 7oC
Misses' high-grade black silk
Umbrellas, 24-inch size, hand
some handles. $2.50. $2.75 and
.$3.00 values at the very co
low price of .jv.&U'
MEN'S $3 UMBRELLAS
Men's plain and twilled Gloria,
covered Umbrellas, paragon
frame, S ribs, steel rod. plain
Congo handles: every Umbrel
la guaranteed rain- . c
proof; regular $2 value 1.J7
and Steel Ranges
We are sole Portland agents for the celebrated "Peninsular"
. Stoves and Steel Range the" best produced in America. 50 per cent
more heating and cooking capacity than any other make. Every stove
guaranteed for ten years. Full line of Gas Hot Plates and Gas
"Perrins" $1.50 Kid Gloves $1.19
"Perrins" real French Kid Gloves, three-clasp suedes in grays, black
and mnrtpc nil ci'tac ir. Ttt. 1. 7 t mt i . -
" 1 "'oi.ii, uiutt.cu sizes m colors. j.ne uest ?JL.OU
gloves money can buy; great special bargain today at, pair $1.19
300 women's Handbags in seal and wal
rus leathers, black, brown and tan,
Vienna braided or strap handles, $1.50
and $1.75 values for $1.29
All pure silk shirred Girdles, all the
newest shapes in black, white, brown,
tan and navy; 65c values 43
OUTING FLANNEL GOWNS
Timely sale of women's and chil
dren's Outing Flannel Nightgowns,
plain white and fancy stripes, yoke
and kimona styles all sizes.
$1.00 valnes today for $ .8?
$ 1 .25 values today for $ .98
$1.50 values today for $1.29
$2.00 volnes today for $ 1 .69
Children's Gowns 43-69-89c
Special Sale of Tritnks and Traveling Bags
Bargains in Infants' Wear
Infants' soft-soled Shoes and Slippers and Sandals, assorted colors;
" regular 50c and 60c values '. 39
Infants' hand crocheted wool Sacques, pretty styles; $1.25 val. for 98d
$1.50 values for, each r ; i ?1.18
Infants' Outing Flannel Shirts, cream color; best 35c values on -sale
today at this low 'price. 1 . 1.. ......... .i, .19
Infants7 White Silk Bibs, quilted and lace trimmed; regular 40c to 75c
values on sale for 29
I A complete stock of Infants' Wear of every description The "Baby
Room," seconcr" floor, insures privacy to all.. s
iO-inch canvas covered waterproof painted Trunk, full
linen lined with top tray; large division for hats, also
dress tray; heavy corners, two leather i i o
straps; best lock; reg. $14.25 trunk for 3li.OU
Canvas covered Skirt Trunk, waterproof painted, fancy
cloth lining; set-up tray with hat form and. three
skirt trays, heavy corners: best lock, at tnese low
prices -40-lBck alze, 918 -ralae. for 918.20.
42-1 ack Mlze, 939 value, fer 916.75.
26-Inch Trunk, with top tray, 2 leather straps, steel
strips on all corners; greatest trunk on the f r
market at the price J.OO
16-in. handsome Cabin Bag, $10.00 value 9.7o
15-In. handsome Cabin Bag, $12.50 value $SJ50
15-inch sheepskin Club Bag, great value ............91.05
23-inch Suit Cane, full stock leather, figured canvas lined.
shirt fold, brass lock and trimmings; $7.00 value.. 95.00
Fiber Suit Cases for carrying books
Medium slae. 35c value for .... 25c
Large size, .50c value, for ...35c
Gilman folding Lunch Boxes, 25c values i0c
Brownie Lunch Boxes, each 10c, 12c, 15c
Telescope Lunch Baskets, 25c value i0c
At Right Prices
Boys' all-wool rain-proof School Suits
In the best mixtures, double-breasted
coat, trousers full linen lined, sowed
with silk throughoutI8rto is years
greatest school suit in land.... 95.00
Russian Blouse Suits in navy blue
serges and cheviots, brown or gray
mixtures, ages 2 to 6 years; great
line at these low prrces 9-1, 96, 93,
Novelties in little boys' and girls'
Reefers, in red, navy, brown and gray
mixtures, coverts and shepherd
plaids, ages 8 to 12 years, great
Values at the very 'low prices 95, 94,
f7JW, 98-59, ?!, 913..
Little Boys' Overcoats, -very newest
styles in navy blue and Oxford grays!
and mixtures, to 8 years, unusual
values at . . . . . vte-9M
Blankets at Sale Prices Third Floor
Supply your Winter blanket needs here and save money'
The prices asked ore below last year's quotations, which.
considering the great advance in the price of wool, are ex
tremely low Sale continues through the week.
10- 4 Oregon gray, all-wool Blankets; extra
ordinary value at this low price, palr.92.70
11- 4 extra heavy all-wool dark gray Blan-
very low price of, pair .....I
10- 4 all-wool mottled Blankets, pair...9aS5
11- 4 all-wool mottled Blankets, pair... 94.87
11-4 natural gray Blankets, extra 4- Cfi
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.. Best values in the city. Third Floor. .. f
104 white wool Blankets, pink and blue
borders; regular $5.90 values for
tho low price of. pair
11-4 white wool Blankets, pink and blue
borders; regular $6.00 values for (c
the low price of. pair j.&l
Extra' large white wool Blankets, pink and
. iblne borders; reg.. $7.00 c n
values for pa3r , ..-.....O.Uj
SUkoline covered Comfortere,' full sfze best patterns and coloring's, filled
with lanated cotton; great values at 81.25, 91.56, 92.64, 92.36 anl 9X39
each. Third.- Floor . . r
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