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THE MORNIXCr OREGOXIAK, 3IOXDAY, APRIL 9, 1906.
1000 Pairs of Boys' and Girls' Extension Roller Skates, Hcin Cite Rolls, Great Special Values Today at $1.19 a Pair, Third Floor
The Meier Frank Store Easter Shopping Bulletin
Reg. $2.50 Val. $1.39 Pr.
The Greatest Glove Purchase The Meier &
Frank -Store ever
participated in 3000
pairs of "VaffierV real Freich Kid Gloves
honght at a sacrifice by the largest and fcest
retail stores in Denver, Buffalo and Portland.
Oar share of 3000 pairs ready for distribu
tion at promptly 8 o'clock this hotm-
ing at a price ridtcoloqsly low, yialHy and
style considered Beautiful "gloves of the
best fashion and a complete range of sizea-
Glace Kid, Pique Overs earn, made with two
colored Pearl clasps of novelty effect, three
doable rows of Paris point stitching to
match clasps Shades ore black, white, mode
brown, champagne, cream, tan, lavender.
coffee, electric, navy and bistpie every pair
of gloves in the lot, regnlar w
$2.50 value, on sale at
Grandest Easter glove bargain ever offered.
Sale will continue until furthr notice Mail orders will be promptly filled Order today.
Easter Cot Glass Specials
$1.50 Cut Glass Xappks, with handle, each 91.23
$2.73 Cnt Glass Olive Dishes and Spoon Trays $2.23
$2.75 Cut Glass Vases, 6-inch, special, each $2.23
$4.00 Cut Glass Vases, 6-inch, special, each $3.19
$S.7o Cut Glass Vases, 10-inch, special each $7.19
$6.00 Cut Glass Bowls, fancy cut, special, each $4.77
$8.50 Cut Glass Bowls, on sale at, special, each $6.78
$9.00 Cut Glass Rce Bowls for this low price $7.18
$15.00 Cut Glass Flower Centers for low price of $11.97
Easter Yases in great variety all prices.
Easter Sale of Toilet Articles
Colgate's Dental Powder in glass bottles and metal 1 Qf
boxes; great value at this special low price
TYce with every box of the above, a cake of Cashmere
Bouquet Soap. The genuine article take advantage.
New stock of Sponges, at prices from l to $3.00
Scissors and Shears, guaranteed, all sizes, pair 39
Special lot of Pocket Knives at this low price, each. . . .39
Hard Rutfbcr and Celluloid Dressing Combs, special.... 33
4-row imported Tooth Brushes, special, each 8
Special lot of Rubber Sponges, grand value at. . . ..- 23
Great Easter Stationery Sale
XXX Cream "Wove Envelopes, 5x6-inch; regular 10c CT
value, on sale at this low price, per package .
Fountain Pens, 14-K. gold pen; every pen guaran- ?Qf
teed satisfactory or your money back; special 3r C
Visiting Cards, Announcements, Wedding Invitations printed
or engraved at the very lowest prices here. Latest styles.
Memorandum Books in complete variety 5 to $1.00
Faber fihe Lead Pencils, 5c value, two for 5"
Burnt Leather Souvenir Post Cards, special, each 5
New Box Stationery in all grades; lowest prices.
Great Easter Bargains in
Laces and Embroideries
Another wk of phenomenal, bargains in Laces and Em
broideries Special values of unusual merit that are keep-
IS business in the lace section at fever heat Read
Bound-mesh Val. Laces and Insertions,
1 to 2 inches wide; very prettiest pat
terns and great variety; val- Qr
ues up to $1.25 doz. yards at..J-C
Point de Paris Lace and Insertions, in
the best styles, 2 to 5 inches wide;
regular 20c values, on sale at, T ft
this low price, yard
Point de Paris and Imitation Torchon
Laces in attractive patterns and great
assortment, 2 to 5 inches wide; val-
ues up to 15c a yard, on sale
at this low price, yard sfw
BABY IRISH ALLOVERS $1.42
Special lot of white Baby Irish Allover
Laces, in all the new, desirable designs,
good variety; regular $2.25 values; on
sale at this low price $1.42
Great Embroidery Bargains
Swiss Corset Cover Embroideries in fine patterns; new lot; val- CQf
ues up to $1.00 a yard, on sale at this low price
Handsome Swiss Embroidery in English designs, 12 to IS inches Ar
wide; values up to $L25 yard, on sale at this low price wsw
5000 yards of Cambric Embroidery and insertion, 2 to 6 inches C
wide; values up to 15 cents a yard,. on sale at, yard.'. Jv
Swiss and Cambric Embroidery inattractive patterns, 5 to 12 fl
inches wide; values up to 85c a yard, for, yard JC
45c and 50c Handkerchiefs at 25c
Easter sale of 50 dozen fine Swiss embroidered Linen Handkerchiefs,
hemstitched and scalloped edges, all- choice new patterns; C
regular 45c and 50c values, on sale at this low price
Kcw Wash and Gold Belts, at, each 35 to 1.00
Special lot of new white and gilt check and plaid Belts, in all 'AlLf
sizes, round or square buckles, at this low price fi4SnC
Special lot of women's Handbags, in black, brown, tan, seal QO.
and walrus leather, $L50 values for this low price uJ3
The new Parasols arc ready complete slock. New Gray Dress
Fabrics latest styles.
Infants Easter Apparei
Infants' Viand-made Dresses, made of fine nainsook and lawns,' embroidered
and fine tucks, fcather-stltchlng. lace, ctci; regular $3.53 to 4 f? O
value; on sale for the special low price of . . fJ 1 C
Jfi.00 and JS.50 hand-made Dresses, forr fJ8
Infants hand-made Skirts of nainsook: tucks and insertion and feather
stitching: regular $4.00 values, on sale at this low price f248
Infants Pique Jackets, hand-cmhroldcrcd scallops, double-breasted; lurge
pearl buttons: regular J3.50 values, on sale at this low price 2J7
Infants' Pique Shoes, $1.00 values at. pair 73c
Dainty Lawn Bibs, trimmed in lace. Insertion, beading and hand embroid
ery grand values at these priccf
SUM value. 1.27 fts.00 value. I.67j fZ-.O virtue. Rl.ftS
Infants' hand-embroidered Hoods and Capes combined. Entire stock at
greatly rcducwd prices Second Floor.
Infants' Kimono "Wrappers, faced In pink or blue: regular $5.00 r4 rt
values for 0zfC
Infants Kimono Wrappers, kimono sleeves, crocheted edge; CA. Q"7
trimmed In feather stitching and French knots; $C values at....
. Table Damasks and Napkins
50 patterns In bleached satin damask Table Linen, full 72 Inches w
est designs; regular SOc grade, on sale all the week at this low
131 patterns, Sl-lnch bleached Satin Damask Table Linen, beau
tiful .leslgns; regular $1.7. value, yard
Half-bleached satin damask Table Linen. 100 patterns to select
from; regular 65c grade, on sale at. yard
Bleached Satin Damask Table Napkin. In handsome patterns;
the best $2.00 quality, on sale at this low price ,. .
Bleached Satin Damask Table Xapklns. In most desirable
patterns; regular $2.50 grade, dozen
Easter Sale of French Undermuslins
2000 pieces of magnificent French Undcrmaslins included in the great Annqil Easter
Sale which starts today Hand-made garments of the finest materials and daintiest
designsJane bridts should anticipate their needs and profit by the splendid saving op
portunities offered Sale continues through the weekSecond Floor '
Women's fine FrcncK Drawers, hand embroidered, in exquisite designs;
made vrith fitted -waistbands and. wide embroidered flounces; large as
sortment; great values at tbese special low prices
$1.50 Drawers $1.22 Pair $2.50 Drawers $1.98 Pair
$3.00 Drawers. $2.33 Pair $4.00 Drawers $2.98 Pair
$5.00 Drawers $3.98 Pair $6.50 Drawers $4198 Pair
Beautiful Trench Chemise, hand-made, of fine French percales, hand
embroidered, yoke effects, edge and eyelets; the best bargains ever of
fered at these unusually low prices
$1.50 Chemise for $1.22 $1.75 Chemise for $1.33
$2.50 Chemise for $1.89 $3.00 Chemise for $2.10
$5.00 Chemise for $3.98 $6.50 Chemise for $4.98
1'rcnch hand-made Gowns, made of fine French percales, band-embroidered
fronts, low and high neck, long and short sleeves; very large as
sortment to select from; all sizes; great values at these low prices
"$ 6.00 Gowns $ 3.3ft S 7.50 Gowns $ 5.18
$10.00 Gowns $ 7. 15-$ 12.50 Gowns $ 9.75
$15.00 Gowns $12.50-$I6.50 Gowns $14.00
Women's French hand-made Underskirts, wide flounces, embroidered,
with and without embroidered under flounces: magnificent styles and ex
traordinary values at the following special prices
$ 8.00 Petticoats $ 4.98 $10.00 Petticoats $ 7.48
$25.00 Petticoats $18.50-$ 16.50 Skirts for $10.98
$2.50 French Unlaundered Skirts $1.98 Second Floor
2000 Prs. Women's Oxfords
At $1.96 a Pair
Stupendous Easter Sale of 2000
pairs Women's Low Shots This
season's footwear, the product of
one of the largest and best factor
ies in New England; Oxfords of rec
ognized style and quality, in pat-
ent leather, vici kid patent tip, tan
and chocolate leathers, lace or
Jlucher cut, heavy or light soles
Every pair standard $3.00 values,
all sizes and widths Supply your
summer wants To- & 1
day only, at $ 1 yO
Silk Petticoats $4.85
Another great Easter sale of Silk Betticoats, 200 of them, made of splen
did quality taffeta silk; deep flounces. Avith ten rows of shirring and
hemstitching; made .with fine bias pieces and silk dust ruffle; good
assortment of colors old rose, Alice blue, reseda, black, it A QC
white and navy: wonderful value at this low price. P4flJ
Easter Sale of Men's Spring Shirts
i . j l .i.in.hngnm CZnlf Shirts, in Madras and nor-
zoiorings: l.au values, ah siits iiu .ki -
Men's fine quality -white pleated bosom Golf fanirts, all sizes; regular 7QC
$1.00 values for this sale at this low price ............. ....--.. -
Great sale of 500 dozen men's new Sprinpr Golf Shirts, light and dark color
ings, made of Madras cloth, all sizes; $1 values, at this low price.... 60e
Men's line quality Madras Golf Shirts, in pin stripes polka dots CI 29
and flgnres. all light grounds, all sizes; 2 pairs cuffs: S1..5 val. .
UNITE IN EULOGY
. OF LUTE BISHDP
Death of B. Wistar Morris De
plored by Clergy and
not He in Ftate, and only a few of the
friends of tho departed bishop will be, al
lowed to view the remains at the home.
The members of the family of Bishop
Morris have received dozens of telegrams
of condolence from many different parts
of tho United States. Bishop Morris had
a large general acquaintance even out
side the Northwest, and to all of his
many dear friends his sudden death came
as a great shock.
AVas In Moderate Circumstances.
Bishop Morris was In moderate circum
stances at the time of his death, and docs
not leave a very large estate. His friends
Kay that he thought more of the church
than he did of himself, and for that rea
son did not amass even a small fortune.
The Intimate friends of Bishop Morris
say that not until the last few years has
Successor Will Be Oiommi at-thc An
nual Confercm-r of the Orrrnn 1
I)locc.c iii the Latter
I'arl of .Mine.
Members of the Episcopal clergy from
nil parts of the Pacific CoRKt will attend
the funeral of the late Right Rev. Ben
jamin "W'lstar Morris, bishop of Oregon,
which will be held at Trinity Church
Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clpck. Bishop
Morris was a very popular man. and the
attendance ot the clergy from the North
west will be particularly large. Promi
nent Episcopalians of Oregon outside of
those In Portland will also be present.
It Is understood that Bishop L. Wells,
if Spokane; Bishop S. W. Kcator. of Ta
coma; Bishop William Nichols, of Cali
fornia, and Bishop James Funtcn. of
Boise, will arrive in Portland .today or to
morrow. Pracllcally all of tbe prominent
members of the clergy in the Northwest
will attend the services.
Arrangements for Funeral.
The funeral will undoubtedly be one of
tho largest ever seen in Portland. The
remains will be burled at the" Lone. Fir
Cemetery, -where 'the body will be taken
Immediately after Xhe services at Trinity
Church. The services irill be very plain
and without ostentation. Bishop Kcator
will probably have charge of the 'serv
ices at the grave, and Bishop Nichols
will most likely lead the lesson of the of
fice. Bishop Wells will have charge- of
the committal a,t tho grave. The Trinity
Church choir will s-lng.
The body will remain at the family
lesldence. Twentieth and Everett streets,
until Tuesday afternoon, when it will be
swved to Trlalty Church. The body will
The T-ate Blubep B. "Wlvtnr Merrl.
the Oregon diocese been self-sustaining.
Much of tbe money contributed to aid the
work came from the East through the In
fluence of Bishop Morris. He had many
close friends In Philadelphia. . and, be
cause of his Identification with the work
here. It Is said they contributed large
sutta of money.
Then, besides. Bishop Morris took great
interest in educational, charitable and
T-hllanthroplc Institutions. To charity he
gave large sums of his own money, and
was always helping those who were In
distress. Bishop Morris founded the
Good Samaritan Hospital, St- Helens
Hall and the Bishop Scott Academy.
In most of the Episcopal churches In
Portland yesterday but brief Aaaounce
raent was made of the death t Blah op
Morris and of the funeral services. Some
of the Episcopal minis lere say It Is a
custom not to eulogize upon the dead
from the pulpit.
Words of Kutogy.
Rev. George B. Van "Waters referred to
the life of Bishop Morris at St. David's
Episcopal Church. East Twelfth and
Belmont streets, last night. Dr. Van
Waters declared that It was hardly po
Mble to measure the scope of the work of
Bishop Morris. He said that . the work
done by the bishop was of enduring char
acter, and that his real monument would
be found In his achievements for hu
manity. Among thoso who deeply feel the 1oj
of Bishop Morris in Mt-Mayor George H.
Williams. Ex-Mayor Williams had known
BNhop Morris from the time the latter
first came to Oregon.
"Bishop Morrjs was a most estimable
man. both as a bishop and as a citizen."
said ex-Mayor Williams yesterday after
noon. "He was a man of the utmost in
tegrity and high Ideals, and his work
was of the most unselfish nature. His
work was centered upon the church, and
not upon himself. He has rn an Indus
trious and faithful -worker, and the Im
mense amount -of good he has accom
plished during his lifetime cannot be es
timated." The annual conference of the Oregon
diocese will be held the later part of
June when a successor to Bishop Morris
will probably be elected. Dr. A. A.
Morrison, of Trinity Church, has been
mentioned as a possible successor.
OLD TOWN HALL IS SOLD
"MlhvauVIc Brass Kami Secures JLMo
nccr Sclioolhousc for SI.
The old Town Hall in Mllwaukle vhaa
been sold to the Mllwaukle Brass Band,
which paid the district" Jl for the pio
neer structure. At & rWent meeting of
the taxpayers of that "district xthe direc
tors were authorized to donate the build
ing to the band, and the 3t .named in the
deed was paid to make the transfer legal.
The band has secured a lot from'Richsrd
Scott on the opposite ride of the street
from the building, and will move It there
and fit it up. changing and Improving It.
The old schoolhouse Is a landmark, and
took -the place of the log house that was
first used In Milwaukle. There is a ten
der sentiment attached to It. It has stood
at the rear of the school grounds since
the -mk stricture was built 10 years ago.
being used for 'public Meetings of all
Io Net Neclect Bd CeM.
Never allow a csd te take Its course.
Too often at this seasoa of the year Its
course is toward pnenoala. Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy will promptly care
yor cold and dispel all danger of that
disease. There Is nothing better fer acute
threat and luag treuktes. Tr sale by mM
IS WON BY LIPMAN
Inman Diamond Medal Carried
Off by Shotgun Expert.
GIVES FINE EXHIBITION
Breaks 23 Out or 2.1 Birds In Shoot
for Trophvs Displays .Great
Skill at- Unknown
Will Llpman. in addition to doing
some difficult shooting yesterday af
ternoon at the regular Sunday shoot
of the Multnomah Rod and Gun Club,
won the Inman diamond medaL A
numbsr of the blue-rock experts vis
ited, Vancouver in the morning and
shot with the Vancouver club member--.
Mrs. Young. whose work at the
traps has been improving wonderfully,
won the high average.
Mr. Lip man in the shoot for the In
man medal, was in splendM form. He
broke 23 birds out of-a possible 25. His
fancy shooting was also brilllantly
done. It is what Is1 called an exhi
bition field shoot. The traps were ar
ranged so that the birds were thrown
at all angles. Some were thrown from
behind htm. at him. over his head and
In front of him. making the work diffi
cult. Mr. LJpraan wound up the exhi
bition by breaking almost all of the
birds thrown from the traps.
Another Interesting feature of the
day's sport was the teasa shoot. The
teams consisted ef six atea each and
the match was wea by the second
team consisting of Hlllls. Collins.
Toung. Ainslie. Basks. Batessan and
they won with a aaargia ef six birds
out of 156 birds shot at. The first
team was made up ef Abraham. Col
lier. Mrs. Youag. Narweod, Long and
The scores of these who shot durla&r
the day follow
Sfcet at Broke. F. C
Abraham M M S-l
Toung 1 t7 ST
Upmaa W IB- S
AlaMe Y M
LoaC i -
Mrs. Young 101
Mrs. Collier 30
CALL FOR A-WATER TOWER
And Cannon 1,1 fc Liincs to Fight
POKTLAXD. April S. tTp the Editor.)
The nkyncraper has come tf stay, ami tall
buildings will be the lnvtor modus oper
andi for revenue. But fire ladders and wa
trr supply cannot reach the uppr stories In
record-breaking speed to save any one
caught to far above the 'treet. Human sac
rifice and trasdy have formerly, and prob
ably a!va- will be. the only procedure to
create effective ways and means for saving
The time Is now that the City of Torttand
acquire a medlum-Alxed cannon, and from
It can be fired life-lines to any height or
to any ftory. thus forestalling the Ion of a
single life when our skyscrapers shall nave
p!ard hide and seek Kith the clouds and
perchance a lighted match or a crossed
wire shall hare done Its fiery trork. Vany a
fire has been caused by mice aad rats. Itt
s. rodent eat the coverings from the wires,
"of which they are fond." and then let them
place their hind fet on one wire and their
fore feet on the other, or mouth and feet
and there Is an Immediate cross-current,
and presto! a fire! This may occur where
rata have nests of combustible materials, or
of fatty foods, or of oily rags'. Wires should
be placed In Interior condslts In every In
stance and no chances token for a fire.
I have watched the many wirings ot
btIId!ng. and why there are sot more la
stantaneous fires and so-called spontaneous
combustions and conflagrations In Portland
Is part comprehension. Portland seeds at
once water tower. Thin machine would
hare last Friday afternoon, with Portland's
brave fire laddies aid. saved every life,
eras from any danger. Immediate or other
wle. because it would have beca a. llfesarer
and. s. firefighter both la the same time.
The Oregonlan has the confidence of the
thoughtful, aad its advocacy of flee pro
tection will be eossldered and. acted jm as
no other moral fore la the Pacific Xerta
west. WILLIAil W. GOODRICH.
2!ss Gordon Addresses Socialists.
A large Socialistic gathering at Social
ist HalL 368 Davis street, last night, was
addressed by Miss Kate Gordos. ef
Levlaiasa. ea the suffrage ejueatJba: J.
D. Stevens. Socialist candidate fer United
States Senator, and M. J. Murphy, both
ef whom made earnest pleas fer' Justice
in behalf of the three taptisened etneials
eC the Western Federatles ef Miners new
awaiting trial at Betse. Idaho, fer the
ektHHKaberg a order.
CANADIAN' POIilCE VISIT THE
Caribou Meat Is Plentiful, but Other
Food and Clothing Are
SHATTL.E. April 8. A special to thn
Post-Intclllgencer from Dawson says the
Canadian mounted police have brought
news of the Icebound whalers at .Hcrsch
cl Island. The trip was made on- snow
shoes, and was a record one. "CO miles In
23 days being the time. The whalers are
short of food and clothing, but have plen
ty of caribou meat and will have no relief
before July 25.
The gasoline schooner Olga has notbesn
heard from, but it is believed she Is Win
tering at "Banks Land, or Cape Harry.
The Jast news from whalers at Balllle
Island was In January, and all were re
ported safe. Amund3ens vessel is In good
. .Dr. Denver, a physician of San Fran
cisco, was shanghaied on a whaler and
has been held In tho north two years on
account of icev
Harrison, the explorer, sent by the British-
Royal Geographical Society, proceed
ed this Winter -with three Eskimos by
way of Herschel and-the Arctic Coast to
Baffin Land and Banks Land.
ANNUAL WHIST TOURNEY
Portland Clab Will Send at Least
Three Teams to Seattle.
The annual "Whist Tournament of the
Northwest will be held in Seattle - this
year on Thursday. Friday and Saturday.
April 2S. 27 and .26. The Portland Whist
Club will send at least three teams and
probably four. Under the rule three eams
from oae place must compete for the city
chamDlenshlD. In the last two tourna-
f meats -Portland did not win this honor.
However, for several years the Portland
clnb has won and held the Deschapstes
trophy the insignia that manes the best
four players m Oregon and Washington,
as attested by contests with all the best
cleb players In the twe states. The strong
probability Us that Portland will 'again
bring back the trophy from Seattle.
Cappa Continues to Improve.
D. L. Cappa. the chef who leaped
from the teaming Commercial Club
seven statics late a life net. is rapldly
receveriag; -frem the effects ef his ter
rible falL Tke physicians at tie "Good
Samaritan Hospital hope to have him
up and around within a few days.
Eagles to Meet at Echo.
The lines of the Harriman system an
nounce a round-trip rate of one and one
third fare from all points on their lines
In the state to .the Mayday picnic to be
held by the State Grand Lodge of Eagles
at Echo on 3 lay 1. Members of that or
der are planning a big demonstration, and
the rate was made in response to a re
quest from the lodge for lower fares.
JOHN L RAND
Reamhiicaa Candidate For
At tne Primaries April 2t