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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1906.
Street iuid en-er Inspection
Ways and Means Committee
Figures on Municipal Ex
. penses for 1906.
FIRE DEPARTMENT IN LUCK
Is Allowed $6000 From General
Fund In Excess of Tax Ijcvy.
Health Office to Be
Municipal appropriations, oxcecdlng
51,000,000 In the aggregate, -were made yes
'torday by the ways and means committee
of the City Council. They cover the esti
mates for 1D06, and -were based upon the
recommendations of the heads of different
departments. The most important fea
tures relate to the increase in the original
estimates for the fire department, besides
provision for a practical reorganization
of the entire health department of the
Altogether it is estimated that the ap
propriations for the fire department car
ries with it the privilege of applying
about $6,000 in excess of the 2',i mill tax
levy, any deficiency to be made up from
the general fund.
The changes In the appropriations for
the Jioalth Department arc based upon
the assumption that Dr. Wheeler -will be
given full control, with Dr. Ray Matson
as City Physician.
Provision was likewise made for an
Increase in the salaries of the stenograph
er of the City Engineering Department
from $50 to ?60 per month: clerk for
Health Office from $450 to $PO0 a year,
besides a material raise in the annual
allowance for the matron of the pest
house, who will be given authority to
employ her assistants out of the sum
allotted her. The complete appropriations
Salaries present department ..$1G3,S70
Miscellaneous expenses (rents, 'feed,
etc., house repair)).... 32,5S0
Fire alarm telegraph (including change
to fast-time system) 28,005
Construction of buildings and install-
ing engine near Terminal grounds... 21,764
Installing truck near Russell street
and Williams avenue 4,330
"Engine Company for Portland Heights 14,700
Engine Company at Brooklyn 12,000
Engine Company at East Twemy-eighth
and Couch streets IS.CGU
A new engine for Engine Company Xo.
0. at Twenty-second and Xioolal
For installing engine company nfar
Grand and Holladay avenues, to take
place of chemical company now lo
cated there 14,100
Ufe wagon and horses for the station
In Stephens' Addition 3,330
The committee will recommend to tho
Council that where a less amount than
is sot forth in the appropriation for any
particular purpose Is expended that the
Auditor shall cancel .such difference from
the total appropriation made.
It Is also provided by the Council that
the hose wagon now located in Stephens'
addition shall be removed to Sellwood.
which will provide ample fire protection
for that locality.
The committee will also recommend to
the Council that the executive board be
authorized to purchase the new engines
required Immediately and that while new
engine houses are in -course of erection
that one of the new engines be place in
commission at Highland, where a chemi
cal engine Is now stationed. If the funds
of the ctly will permit, an engine com
pany will be permanently established at
this place during the year.
The new engine to be placed at Twcntv
second and Xlcolai streets is to take the
place of a worn-out engine which has
been in service for SO years.
2Ccv Fire Alarm System.
One of the greatest Improvements in
the Fire Department will be a complete
change in the lire-alarm system. This
change will make a very effective system
for lire-alarm, and has been recommend
ed by the Chief of the Fire Department
and by the superintendent of the lire
alarm telegraph In each annual report
for several years.
The engine company to be established at
Kast Twenty-eighth and East Couch
streets will serve a large and important
territlory. A delegation of citizens from
that vicinity appeared before the com
mittee on ways and moans urging the
importance of establishing this fire sta
tion. Tolicc Department
31 Pals for pcisonors and Incidentals. 4,400.00
Stationery v cil.SO
Expense of City Jail KW.rtO
Maintenance of the patrol X)O.Of
J'ollce stables 3,02.10
East j?ldc patrol wagon 'sJl'U)
This provides for a police force of one
Chief, at $300 per month; four Captains,
at $100 per month each; eight detectives,
at $30 per month each; one clerk at $75
pfr month; one lineman at the police
telephone system at $S3 per month; one
matron for tho City Jail at $70 pr month:
and 103 patrolmen at $$0 per month each.
An appropriation of $$0,000 was made
out of tho light fund. This amount Is
about $7000 in excess of tho receipts
from taxes and th"c balance carried over
from last year. .This deficit -will bo
transferred from the general fund. The
appropriation will be ample to provide
for an increase of .100 street lights in
.excess of tho number now maintained.
' To Tay Less for Ijabor.
An appropriation was made out of thb?
fund In the sum of $C6,SCSJ. Laborers
are to be paid not to exceed $2.25 per day
each, and the committee will recommend
to the Executive -Board that the wages
for common labor in this department
shall be $2 per day until after 0 days'
service Is rendered. The expenditure of
this fund will be left largely to tho
judgment of the Executive Board.
The Park .Board requested an appro
priation of $S0.O00. The expenditures last
year were only about $21.00). The com
mittee did not sec fit to make any ap
propriation from this fund until consult
ing with the members of the Park Board.
They Instructed the Auditor to invito
the Park Board to meet with "tho ways
and means committee on Monday. Jan
uary 15, 190G, at 2 P. SL The committee,
however, did agree that tho salary of tho
ammai tenacr mignt oe raisca js per
utonlh, and that the laborers should re
ceive not to exceed $2.23 per day after
CO days service.
The appropriation out of the library
fund was to equal the amount of the
levy for that- purpose, which would be
Special bridge fund
The appropriation from this fund
t.8 to ccual the amount ot the
levy of $115,077.00
Expense of Engineer's Department
salaries, office force, engineering
crw and .inspectors) 30240.00
Material and equipment..?. l.GSl.GU
Total $53,725. W
Salary of Health Officer 3,000.00
City Physician 1.0S0.00
Meat and Market Inspector 780.00
Clerk for Health Office 900.00
Matron of pesthouee, provision, fuef
ana repairs .iw.vu
Total $ 9.6S5.00
Further Time on Crematory.
For the crematory the committee rec
ommends to the Council an appropria
tion lo cover the estimate of expenses
for the month of January, and will ask
for further time in making appropria
tion for tho year. The committee will
also ask for further time to consider ap
propriation for emergency hospital and
detention hospital. The committee deemed
it desirable to first consult the new
Hcayth officer and members of the Health
Street-cleaning and sprinkling depart
ment, $91,000. This provides for the es
tablishment .of a barn on the cast siae
of the river, a large Increase in the num
ber of men employed, and a general im
provement of the system.
round Department 3,5ol
CUil Service Commission l.GOO
Municipal Court MXXJ
Plumbing Inspector's Office 2.050
Auditnr'ti Detuu-tment ................. 21. WO
City Treasurer's Office 9305
City Attorney's omce ".wv
Mayor's Office 6.300
Salaries of Councllmen 4,O0
Miscellaneous expenses of Counoll vUUx
City Halt .320
License tags - WU
Improvement of streets In front or cuy
Pay ot viewers on street extonskwis.... 1.000
Stationery and twanKs
Furniture for offices In City Hall 500
Interest on cost or South Portland nil., iiw
Building Inspector's Office 2,000
Miscellaneous cxpcns 3, GOO
In each of the foregoing appropriations
the committee will recommend that the
Auditor bo instructed and authorized to
cancel the unexpended balances for the
various purposes specified in the appro
FAVORS LiARGER 3IAIXS.
Mayor Believes Water Pipes Smaller
Than Six Inches Should Xot Be Laid.
Numerous petitions for water maina
In different portions of the city en
grossed the attention of the Water
Board yesterday, in the course of which
Mayor Lane expressed the opinion that
in fntiirp no main should be laid under
six inches in diameter, tne growing
necessities of the municipality de
manding the establishment of this
standard. The following petitions were
S. J. McKitrick and seven others, for
a main In San "Rafael street, from Vnlon
avenue to East Seventh street: Nettle
L. Palmer and eight others, main In
Spokane avenue, from East Ninth to
the river; S. J. La France, main In
East Salmon, from East Twenty-eighth
to East Thirtieth.
The petition of F. J. Raley for a
main in East Twenty-first street, from
Broadway to Schuyler, and on Schuyler
from East Twenty-first to East Twen
ty-fourth, was laid on the table tem
porarily for further Investigation,
while those of G. H. Strout and six
others for a main in Victoria street to
a connection with the Hancock-street
main, and G. W. Reynolds and 22
others for a six-Inch main In East
Davis street, from East Twenty-eighth
to East Thirty-second. Hawthorne Ad
dition, were referred to Superintendent
Dodge and City Engineer Clarke wltn
power to act If the income Justifies
laying the mains.
In all probability residents of East
Tenth street, from Ellsworth to Bow
man, will be supplied with six-Inch
mains from the Lewis and Clark Fair
grounds, the superintendent and engi
neer being empowered to act In the
The following petitions were denied:
George "Waggoner, owner of "Bunga
low Glade Addition," for a main from
East Thirtieth to East Thirty-second !
streets; uuzaDetn Kyan ana tnree
others, for a main in Benton street, be
tween Dixon and Dupont; University
Park Board of Trade, for an eight-Inch
main from Portsmouth avenue to j
Northern Hill Addition: Mrs. R, E. Rob
inson and two others, for main In East
Thirty-second street, north from East
Stark to East Pine streets: L. E. ana"
S. L. Rice and IS others, for a six-Inch
main in Habersham Avenue, from Di
vision to Ellsworth streets: J. S. Mc
Klnney and 50 others, for an extension
of the 12-lnch main in Dawson street,
through the Northern Hill Addition to
the city limits; Mrs. J. I. Learned, for
a main on Wcldler street, from Broad
way to -East Twenty-first: I. Held and
17 others, for main on Wcldler street,
from East First to East Twenty-first,
and David Campbell, chief engineer
of the Fire Department, for larger
mains at Eleventh and Columbia
There Is a hlgh-scr'ice main on
Jefferson street, only a block away, and
the board deemeed it sufficient to meet
the requirements of the situation.
OX TUB TELEPHONE TANGLE
Street Committee Reaches Xo Defi
nite Agreement After Discussion.
R. L. Snbin, Max Flclsehnr and
Richard Vllon. comprising the street
committee of tho Executive Board, lis
tened most of yesterday afternoon to
the arguments of the representatives
of the two rival telephone companies
relative to the alleged infringement of
the Home Telephone Company on th
rights of the Pacific States Telephone
Company, without reaching any defi
It Is probable, however, that a reso
lution will be adopted directing the
new corporation to notify tho old con
cern of Its Intention to put in a line
on any of the local streets with the idea
of making it Incumbent upon the lat
ter to straighten Its polos so those
of the Home Company can be I Us tailed
without interference with the older
Sole Agents for "Vampire" Glove-Cleaner Quickly Removes Spots Without Harm
Artistic Picture Framing to Yonr Order at the Very Lowest Prices Second Floor
The Meier Frank Store
Portland's Largest and Best Store
Sole Portland Agents for the "Ostermoor" Patent Elastic Felt Mattresses All Sizes
"Willamette" Sewing Machines- 15 Models $15 to $35 Each 10 Years' Guarantee
Trunks, Saitcases and Traveling Bags Largest and Best Selected Stock on the Coast
50,000 Pieces Muslin Underwear
For many years this store has been favorably known for the
superb styles and assortments of Undermuslins carried, but
never have our preparations for a January White Fair been
conducted on a scale to anywhere near equal this 1906 show
ing The finest American-made pieces, the daintiest French
hand-made lingerie Immense varieties Grand values
Women's Fine Cambric, Nainsook and Muslin Gowns, trimmed in fine
embroideries, Valenciennes and torchon laces, clusters of tucks, insertions,
headings and ribbons; high, low, round and square necks; long and short
sleeves, full widths.
60c Gowns 39c $1.25 Gowns 89c $2, $2.25 Gowns $1.49
85c Gowns 69c $1.50 Gowns 97c $2.50, $2.75 Gowns $1.97
$1.00 Gowns 79c $1.75 Gowns $1.27 $3, $3.25 Gowns $2.43
$3, $3.75 Gowns $2.87 $4, $4.25 Gowns $3.12 $5, $5.50 Gowns $3.97
"Women's Cambric, Muslin and Nainsook Drawers, trimmed in dainty
embroideries, laces, clusters of tucks and insertions, full widths. Great special
values at these low prices:
35c, 40c Drawers 25c $1.00 Drawers, pair 79c $2, $2.25 Drawers $1.49
45c, 50c Drawers 29c $1.25 Drawers, pair 89c $2.50, $2.75 Dr'w's $1.97
65c Drawers, pair... 39c $1.50 Drawers, pair 97c $3, $3.50 Drawers $2.43
85c Drawers, pair. ..69c $1.75 Drawers.,,. $1.27 Second Floor-
Stan ford Sends an Invitation.
SAL.T3M. Or.. Jan. 10. (Special.) -Governor
Chamberlain today received from
President David Stnrr Jordan, of Stan
ford University, a telegram Inviting the
.Governor to address the student-body of
that Institution for 30 minutes on Jan
uary l". At that time the Governor will
be In California with the Oregon Devel
opment League excursion, and can ar
range to be at Stanford on that date.
He therefore accepted the invitation.
Xcw Northwest Postmasters.
WASHINGTON". Jan. 10. The Presi
dent today sent the following nominations
to tho Senato:
Postmasters?, Alaska Frank "V". Swan
Montana Alonzo H. Foster, Boulder.
Oregon IV. P. Pcnnebakr. Woodburn.
Ib I'ralfw of ChamberUta'n Couch Hcmrdr.
Very few medicines have received so
much praise and so many expressions of
gratitude as Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy. Grateful parents everywhere testify
to its merits. It is a certain cure for
croup, and will prevent the attack if
given at the first appearanco of the dis
ease. It Is especially adapted to children,
as it Is pleasant to take, and contains
nothing injurious. Mr. E. A. Humphreys,
a well-known resident and clerk in the
ntore or Mr. "E. Lock, of Alice, Cape Colo
ny, South Africa, say;: ! have used
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to ward off
croup and colds In my famllr. I found it
to be very satisfactory, and It gives me
pleasure to recommend it." For sale by
"Women's Nainsook and Cambric Corset Covers,
trimmed in daint3 valenciennes laces and embroi
dery edgings, insertions, clusters of tucks, headings
and ribbons Great values.
25c, 35c values 19c
45c, 50c values 29c
85c values 69c
$1.25 values 89c
$1.75 values $L27
$2.50, $2.75 values $1.97
65c values 47c
$1.00 values 77c
$1.50 values-. 97c
$3.00, $3.25 values $2.43
Women's Chemise made of fine cambric and. nain
sook, trimmed in dainty embroidery, laces, beading,
tucks and ribbons, with or without trimmed skirts.
35c values 28c
$1.00 values 83c
$1.50, $1.75 values $1.21
$2.50 values S2.49
50c, 65c values, each. 43c
$1.25 values, each ...97c
$2.00 values, each $1.63
$3.50 values, each $2.89
"Women's long "White Underskirts, made of fine cam
bric and muslins, trimmed in fine embroidery, valen
ciennes and torchon laces, clusters of tucks and inser
tion, full widths, separate dust ruffes, fitted waist
S1J.5 values 77c !
$1.50 values 97c
$2.25 values $1.53
$3.00, $3.25 values. .$2.43
$4.00. $4.25 values. .$3.12
$1.75 values $1.27
$2.50, $2.75 values.. $1.97
$3.50, $3.75 values. .$2.87
$5.00, $5.50 values. .$3.97
"Women's short Underskirts, made of the best quality
cambric, nainsook and muslins, trimmed in embroi
deries, valenciennes and torchon laces, tucks and hem
stitching Great bargains at:
50c, 60c values 43c
75c, 85c values 69c
$1.0.0 values for... ...79c
$1.50 values for 98c
$1.75 values... $1.29
$2.00, $2.25 values. .$1.49
$2.50, $2.75 values,. $1.97
$3.00, $3.25 values. .$2.43
All extra-size Undcrmuslins on sale at low Clearance Prices.
Clearance Sale of Drugs, Stationery, Cutlery, Etc,
S1.00 bottle Coke's Dandruff CCQ
Cure, on sale for....
Eastman's Talcum Powder ....11c
Egg Shampoo, pkg ICc
Marchand's Peroxide lt)c-20e
Madame Merrill's Massage
Cream and Flesh Food J'1'
Hard rubber Dressing Combs... 7c
World's Fair Toothpicks. pkg...4e
All lines of Drug Sundries and
Tol'et Articles at clearance prices.
All the well-Tcnown makes of
Safety Razors. M off regular prices.
Torrey's Razor Strops low priced.
Patent cushion Strops, special... 30c
Torrey's porpoise hide swing "iQf
Strops, grca't value, each. .
Horsehldc swing- Strops -40c
AH grades of Shaving Brushes at
greatly reduced prices 12o, me.
SSc. SOc up to. each SI. 10
Shaving Soaps at clearance prices.
25c Satin and Bond Finish Pa
pers. on sale at. pkg
China silk Writing Papers,
sheets to a package, as- 1 ar
sorted colors, great value...''
Carter's Fountain Pen Ink O
and filler, special at &
Alarm Clocks, special SOc
Hand Scrub and Nail Brushes. 1 fLn
Regular 25c values, each....01
All Stationery at clearance prices.
Great Clearance Sale of Hosiery
The Clearance Sale of Hosiery is of great importance
to all shoppers Every good qnality and style is in
eluded in the splendid values we are offering
"Women's plain, black coUon, double sole, fine gauge,
all sizes, absolutelv fast color; 25c values for, pair..
Women's imported German cotton Hose, white double
sole, all sizes; the best 35c values on sale for. pair. .j&5C
Women's fleece-iined Hose, hem top, lvhitc sole, heavy
fleece elastic top, all sizes, fast color; 3nc values, pr. .nrC
Women's fleece-lined Hose, all ribbed and rib top. fine q
gauge, medium weight, all sizes; best 2nc values, pair. . -C
blisses' fine ribbed Hose, medium weight; 25c values, pair, 15c
Misses and boys' flecee-lincd Hose, heavy or light q
weight, fast color, all sizes; best 25c values, pair.. C
Two special lots of boys' extra-heavy cotton Hose, 2x1
rib, clastic, all sizes; best 25c values on sale for, pair. . C
Misses' and children's "No-Mend" Hose, sizes 6 to 10, Q
linen knee; best wearing hose on market; 25c val., pr. . C
Entire stock women's fine silk and lisle Hosiery on sale at
exceptionally low clearance sale prices.
Clearance Sale of Curtains
$1.00 Nottingham Lace Curtains for low price of, pair 75
$1.25 Scotch Net Curtains on sale for the low price, pair 92
$1.50 Nottingham Laee Curtains on sale for, pair SX.13
$1.75 Nottingham Lace Curtains on sale for, pair $1.39
$2.00 Madras-weave Lace Curtains for low price of, pair. .$1.48
Cable Net Curtains, Scotch Net Curtains, Madras-weave Cur
tains. Muslin Curtains, all grades, at clearance prices.
Real Arabian Lace Curtains, made on the best French nets,
with real Arabian edges and insertings. Beautiful styles in im
mense assortment. Grand values:
$10.50 Curtains S 8.40 Pr.
$13.50 Curtains $1 0.50 Pr.
$ 1 5.00 Curtains S I 1 .85 Pr.
$ 1 8.50 Curtains $ 1 4.80 Pr.
$ 11.50 Curtains $ 9:20 Pr.
$2 1 .5QCurtains $ 1 7.20 Pr.
$30.00 Curtains $22.75 Pr.
$35.00 Curtains $26.50 Pr.
Scotch Madras, light and dark grounds, floral, art novcau and
scroll designs; large variety;
$ .50 quality for, yard . . $ .43 $1.00 quality for, yard . . $ 80
$1.50 quality for, yard. .$1.18 . $1.75 quality for, yard. .$1.28
Entire stock of Portieres at low clearance prices.
$3.00 -double-faced Bagdad Couch Covers for, each $2.60
$4.00 double-faced tapestry Couch Covers for, each $3.20
$4.50 heavy tapestry Couch Covers for, each $3.60
$5.00 heavy double-faced tapestry Couch Covers for, ea. .$4.00
All Curtain Materials and Curtain Fixtures on sale at greatly
reduced prices Third Floor.
Custom Shade and Drapery Work our specialty. Best ma
terials and workmanship. Lowest prices guaranteed Third Floor.
Oranges 25c Doz,
3 cans Carnation Cream 25p
10 pounds Graham Flour..25
Van Camp's Catsup, bot..20
1 lb. Hoval Baking Powder. .
2 lb. Paper'Shell Almonds..35c
1-lb. jar Long's Jams 20c
10 lbs. yellow Cornmeal. .24
10 lbs. steel-cut Oatmeal.. 45p
2 packages Force 25 ip
2 packages Malta Vita... 25
2 packages Grape-Nuts. .25 &
1-lb. can Shrimps 10?
3 cans of Smith's Kippered Herring
19 lbs. Granulated Sugar i.QO
A. & T. Corn, can He
Alpha fancy Maine Corn. 2 cans.2.lc
7 cans Hulled Hominy 25c
- cans Custard Pumpkins. 2,1e
1 Jar 'Libby'rf Sliced Beef sn
2 cans Amazon Peaches.... 2Tic
Baker's unsweetened Chocolate. 32c
Qt. MeN'ally's Cal. Olh'e Oil 7I5c
Pint McNally'H Cal. Olive OH... 10c
f. t Tt. iAieca Oil. 5c
R-lb. pkg. Domino Sugar Oc
16-oz, Jar Queen Olives 23c
5-oz. jar Queen Olives 10c
5-oz. jar Stuffed Olives 10c
5-lb. can Mount Hcod Lard....c
's-lb. crtn Baker's Cocoa........ 20e
1-11. can Baker's Cocoa 40c
Bluo Label Catsup, bottle 20c
6 pkgs. Pres.s Matches . sr,c
Rice Pojicorn. pound. rr
Meier & Krank.' fameaH Mocha aad
Javn Coffer, rqtinl to the heat 40c
jcTHite o!d eluewhere, 3L
pound . ...................... 6tv
"Victor Flour, nono better at any
prlc., 50-lb sack f 1.26
The Meier & Frank Store
Great Clearance Sale of
A big Fifth-street window dis
play of Underwear is of inter
est to men who have need
for warm undergarments AH
styles and grades are repre
sentedBest yqlnes in the city
Cooper's form-fitting, ribbed Tn
.derwear; pink, blue and gray;
all sizes in shirts and drawers;
best $1.00 values for 79f
Norfolk and New Brunswick Vi
cuna wool Underwear for men ;
shirts "and drawers in all sizes;
best $1.50 values for $1.19
Supenveight, natural avooI Under
wear for men, all sizes 34 to 4S ;
regular $1.00 values for. .79
Men's vicuna wool Underwear, all sizes in skirts and drawers,
well made, handsomely finished; regular $1.25 values.. 93c
Men's fine Scotch natural wool Underwear, shirts and drawers
in all sizes; best $2.00 garments on sale at $1.69
Men's Fall-weight natural wool Underwear, shirts and drawers;
underwear that most stores ask $1.25 a garment for 83p
Men's heavy, double-breasted natural wool Under- tf in
wear; best $1.50 garments on sale for low price. . V
Men's heavyweight, natural wool Underwear, all
sizes in shirts and drawers; $1.50 values for.
Heavy Jaeger fleece Underwear, all sizes shirts and 5 e
drawers; the best 50c values on sale at low price of.
tuttgart medium-weight, natural wool Underwear, fl '
shirts and drawers; best $1.50 values on sale for.P
Clearance Sale in the Book Dept.
Entire,stock of children's Toy Books at one-third off reg-. prices.
1000 copies "My Mother's" Cook Book, special, eaek...l9
Padded Poets; great special value at, volume 60p
The world's sweetest songs, cloth bound; special at 59c
Practical Family Physician, special at. volume $1.25
Dr. Chase's Recipes, great . clearance value at 79
The Table Cook Book, special at, each 25
The Home Qieen Cook Book at, copy. 60
500 family Bibles, great special value at, each $1.25
200 teachers' Bibles, great special values at, each $1.00
All kinds of reading matter at clearance prices.
Men's $4.00 Shoes $2.95 a Pair
Great Bargains in Children's Shoes
1500 pairs men's Goodyear "Welt Shoes, such well-known makes
as lvneeland's, Crossett's, Tilt's and others. Grain Bluchers,
. viscol soles, large eyelets, patent calf, lace and bluchers: vici
kid and box calf lace shoes with heavy sole ; box calf bluchers
with double sole; all sizes; best $4.00 shoes, pair $2.95
Men's patent calf, vici kid, box calf and velour calf Shoes,
heavy or light soles, lace and "blucher styles, all C?
sizes; regular $3.50 -values on sale for pair. .
Men's $5.00 Shoes at $2.95 Pair
Special lot of French, Shriner & Urner's famous Shoes for men,
patent leather, vici kid and box calf, splendid styles. If you
wear the lucky size you will find marvelous
values at-this exceptionally low price of. pair..
French, Shriner & Urner's $6.00 and $6.50 Shoes, in patent colt,
patent kid and blizzard calf, lace and blucher fijo Qt
styles; wonderful values in nearly all sizes, pair. .
Entire stock men's Slippers at low clearance sale prices.
.500 pairs misses' spring heet tace Shoes, in sizes 11 to 2; 52.00 oe
to 53.00 values on sale at this low price of. pair "JC
100 pairs misses' Shoes, spring heels, lace styles: sizes to S: qe.
regular 52.50 values for the very low price of, pair 7JC
30.2 pairs c,,5'dren's spririg-heel Shoes, lace and button styles: QC.
SA to values up to 52.25, for this sale, pair Jfc
Special lot of children's button and lace Shoes: sizes 4 to S JKn
and l to o; 51.50, 51.75 values, on sale at, per pair '
1 906 Shirtwaists 98c
New 1906 white cotton Shirtwaists to be placed on
sale here today at an unprece
dented low price Made with
heavy embroidered front and
5 rows of drawnwork, button
back Not a single waist in the
lot has ever beforeJeeri offer
ed oyer the retail counter
All sizes Waists most stores
wouWask$ j 75, $2 QO
for, your choice at 70C
All our fine Silk and Lingerie Waists at clearance prices
All our Silk Petticoats on sale at low clearance prices
All our Wool Waists, Sweaters, etc. at clearance prices
All Dressing Jackets, Kimonos, etc. at clearance prices
Sale of Laces and Embroideries
Special lots of white, cream,
eeru and black lac appliques and
bandc, best styles and grade.;
Vnlup.H op to 9 .4."5. yard....... !c
Value up to 5 .W. yard 10c
Value tin- oS1.00. yard 2t)e
aOc Point de Pari I.ace, yard.,10e
White dotted- Net In the best
styles 51."i0 quality on Qs
sale for. yard y"C
Fancy tucked black chiffon; values
up to 52 yard for, yard 2c
Swiss, nainsook and cambric edg
ings and insertions, 5 to IS
Inches wide, very prettiest de
signs; values up to S.c OC
yard for. yard Gri
Swiss, nainsook and cambric edg
ing. and insertions, 3 to 15
inches wide; values up to 10e a
vari on sale at this low 1 Qr
price, yard -
All our fine sets on sale at low
clearance sale prices.
Corset Cover Embroideries at
very low clearance sale prices.
$2 EMBROIDERIES 89c BEAUTIFUL LACE ROBES
Aliover Swiss eyelet embroldery
for shirtwaists, handsome style
In good assortment: values up
to 52 yard for. yard Sfle
Magnificent aliover Swiss em
broidery, beautiful designs:
values up to 5ri.00 a yard on sale
at the low price of. yard.. -.si 88
15-inch Swiss Flouncing; iQ
51.50 value, yard ."c
Aliover gold emhroldered Chiffon:
55 and 55 values, on sale at this
low price, yard sy.68
Katire .stock of Lacesi at clear
Black spangled Robes at ridicu
lously low prices; our entire stock
1K Robes, R.S: Kobe. ?U2
?ao Black Spangled Kobe for, 518
$11 white Net Robes on sale lor
Beautiful white and cream Uerre
Robes; regular 520.00 values on
xrSa!ecfor each 511.0O
New Spring and Summer line of
batiste embroidered Robes on
ale at clearance prices
516.5-') values i-
52J.00 values ..'?14 7"i