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THE 3IOBXIXG OREGOXIAN, MONDAY, ATK1L. 9, 1906.
Yoakum Syndicate Has Just
Completed Two Great
MANY MILES ARE SAVED
Extension of the Denver-Galveston
to the Great Wheatfields of
the Northwest a Part of
the Big Scheme.
hushnd,oon departed from Sun Fran- I
cJco. while the trs-mnri aurnortlHr to tee
the wife entered Into a. dlsrcputaBle
hOBe- The department cannot prevent
admlikn to American-born Chinamen
and their wives when a duly authenti
cated marriage certificate is presented,
but an order has been issued directing
that hereafter applications for admission
roust be made at the regulation porta of
CHICAGO. April S. (Speeial.)-With
two big: railroad deals just completed to
ward the establishing of a new .through
phort line from the Great Lakes to Mex
ico City and a system of lines which shall
bring Denver into touch with the Gulf
nnd the Gulf territory into touch with
the Orient through the North Pacific
ports, it comes to light that the B. F.
Yoakum syndicate is about to accomplish
one of the really great railway achieve
ments in recent years.
The whole plan is a jart of the enter
prise to develop the Southwest, and in
its execution the Rock Island and 'Frisco
hj stems arc Involved in a vital way. To
date the project, which has been for
:i long time one of the dreams of Mr.
Yoakum, has involved an expendltuce of
JO.OOO.COO, and the ultimate cost will be
close to 570,000,000.
Of such moment is the scheme to the
future development of the "West and
Southwest that it is fairly comparable to
the Gould project of getting a line from
the Atlantic to the Pacific Coast. The
ww system is expected to afford the nat
ural outlet for the products of the farms.
factories and mines of the country west
of the Mississippi.
Distance Cut 600 Miles.
The new Chicago-Mexico City line will
reduce the traveling distances between
these two cities more than COO miles.
There will, In fact, be two lines between
ihe lakcs and the Mexican capital, one
by way of St. Louts. New Orleans, Gal
veston and Brownsville, the other by
way of Kansas City, Fort Worth. Browns-
IIIe and the National of Mexico.
The two railroad events which have dls
tloscd the importance of the Toakum
plans arc the purchase of the Colorado
& Southern by the Yoakum syndicate
and purchase by the National of the Hi
dalgo & Northwestern. There is not the
slightest doubt that the Yoakum syn
dicate and the National Railroad of
Mexico, through its president, have both
a construction and operating understand
ing. The Yoakum line opens up one of the
nio.st wonderful countries in the United
State. To it homeseckers are now go
ing in great numbers.
Connection With the Frisco.
Connection is to be made with the
'Frisco and with the Rock Island as fol
'.owfc: The Trinity and Brazos Valley
has been completed from Cleburn, Tex.,
i Mexla and has been given trackage
rights over the Santa Fe from Cleburne
to Forth Worth. Building is now going
on between Mexla and Houston, and with
the Santa Fe there is a trackage agree
ment between Galveston and Houston.
This completes the new line from Den
ver to Galveston, as it does also the
new through line from Chicago by way
ff Kansas City and Fort Worth to
Brownsville on the Mexican border. Thus
lie Rock Island Is given a through line
o Mexico shorter by COO miles than the
present route via EI Paso and the Mex
To WliCHtflcltls or Northwest.
Extension of the Denver-Galveston line
to th.c -wheat fields of the Northwest is
an important move In the general
scheme. Connection with the 'Frisco
ytm will be made In this way: Mr.
Voakum has in mind the line from Hous
ton through Beaumont, using the tracks
of the Kanso City Southern from Beau
juont to De(ulneey. La., and thence on to
Baton Rouge. ThuR will be completed
a new Eastern Illinois, Frisco-Gal veston
and Mexico City route.
The connections -will bring the Yoakum
syndicate lines into touch with all the
Gulf ports as well as all of the 'Frisco
Eastern Illinois and Rock Island lines
Into touch with the same ports, and into
touch with Old Mexico. When these
plan? ate all completed the Yoakum
lines probably -will come into control of
the Rock Island, giving it the most com
prrnensive system of railroads in this
DEATH OF JARS. KL0EBER
For Years She Had Been a Sufferer
Prom an Incurable Disease.
GREEN RIV"ER HOT SPRINGS.
Wash., April 8. (Special.) Mrs. Mattie
Pomcroy Klocbcr, wife of Dr. J. S.
Kloeber, died this morning at 5. in her
cottage near the hotel and xanltarlum.
For five years she had been a patient
sufferer from an Incurable disease, and
for a year past had been confined to her
Services will be held here Monday af
ternoon conducted by Rer. Llwyd. of Se
attle, with Interment Tuesday morning
at North Yakima, where Dr. Kloeber has
business interests. Besides Dr. Klocbcr.
the members of the family -present here
are: Mr. and Mrs. Fred loec&er. wno
reside at Hot Springs, and Dr. and Mrs.
C E. Kloeber, of Seattle, parents of Dr.
Mrs. Mattie Pomcroy IClocber was born
near Somerset. Pa.. October IS, 1870, be
ing the daughter of C. S. Walker and
Mathilda LJvingood Walker, of Somer-
HICILS HAVE IN
Defeated in Russia.
ELECT NOT A DELEGATE
TrcnicndoHS Majority or Constitu
tional Democrats 1b National
Parliament Will Force Con
stitution From Emperor.
ST. PETERSBURG. April S.-The elec
toral colleges in 28 out of the 51 provinces
in European Russia today elected 175
members of the National Parliament,
about one-third of its entire membership,
and returns received up to midnight In
dicate that the wildest hopes of the lib
erals have been realized, the Constitu
tional Democrats and other progress ivl.ts
DEPOSED LEADER OF ZION CITY VISITED PORTLAND
FIFTEEN YEARS AGO.
will aet be cetmted until teiaerrew. Last
night meetiags were held ia all the avail
able, paM4c balls and ha the streets. The
best' orators of the CeaMltutioaal Demo
crats, iadudteg Professor. Pat M. Millu
koS. X. Hessoa aad others., came from
Sr. Petersburg; aad hundreds of speeches
The Octoherirts made a fervent appeal
to the voters not to choose Constitutional
Democrats, a majority for whom, they
declared, would ean the ruin and divis
ion of Russia.
The vote today was the heaviest ever
cast here. Up to 3 o'clock ever 38.000 .of
the registered electors had voted.
There was much exdtessent at many
polling-places, orators making speeches
throughout the day.
The Monarchist workers, pointing to the
crowea on the churches, appealed to the
voters not to convert the churches Into
synagogues by electing Judophltes. Many
women peddled tickets. The Constitu
tional Democrats appeared to have the
better of the voting and claim a victory.
out tne octobertets and Conservatives
made a desperate fight.
RUSSIA GETS I3IMEXSE I.OAX
FJHance 3Iinistcr Goes to Paris to
ST. PETERSBURG. AwU S It was
positively stated today that a locrt had
been arranged In principle to the amount
of C00.oeo.ocn and JSO.C00.0OX Finance
Minister Kokovseff has gone to Paris to
conclude tlnal negotiations. Details of the
loan are not available.
It Is variously reported that the loan
will bear -t$i per cent and 5 per cent In
terest, the emission price being 0 or 92.
witn per cent commission.
set. where the family has lived for more
than a century. She was a grand
daughter of John Uvlngood. State Treas
urer of Pennsylvania, and one of the
most prominent men of the Keystone
State. Her uncle was United States Sen
ator Pomcroy, o Kansas, In whose fam
ily she lived for many years at washing
ton City. It was at Senator Pomeroy's
home that Dr. Kloeber first met her.
They were married August 31. 1889, at
JOHN ALKXANDEB DOWIK AND FAMILY.
John Alexander Dowie. the deposed leader of the religious colony at
Zlon City. ill., is remembered by several local persons as having appeared
at the Tabernacle, now the" Empire Theater, at Twelfth and MorrUon
streets, some 13 years ago. At that time Dowie was accompanied by his
wife and two children, the youngest, a girl who died miiw few months ago
through the refusal of the father to summon medical aid. The meetings
held at the Tabernacle were attended by large crowds of people eager to
witness the wonderful cures advertised by Elijah the Third. Some of his
followers declare that the healer performed several miraculous cures while
here, while the more skeptical say the Instances cited were merely Imagi
nary or temporary achievements. The photograph reproduced above was
sold at one of the meetings in Portland IS years ago.
practically everywhere having sained
tremendous victory over the Octoberists
and other conservative parties.
As far a is ascertained, not a single
reactionary candidate pulled through, and
nowhere did even the Octoberists score
a triumph. The majorities obtained by
the radicals clinch the character of the
victpry. From the Volga to the frontier
of Poland and fcom the still Ice-bound
coast of Archangel to the Black Sia. the
San Francisco, coming north to Seattle, rstory Is substantially the same.
where thev resided from 18SS to 190L I One of the. astonishing as well as ?pe
moving then to the Green River Hot i ful signs for the future Ik the character
Springs. ! of many of the peasants elected. Before
Mrs. Kloeber's most characteristic j the electoral college began to elect the
traits were an unusuauy sweet, ana encer- i mrinut:irrt .wuiicu iu . province, mc pc&s
ful disposition and a very artistic tern- j ants subsequently chose one of their sum
peratnent. She painted beautifully In j ber as a candidate. This provision was
oil, water colors and pastels. Many of j designed to appease the peasants and
her paintings adorn the walls of the ho- j also was regarded by the government as
tel here, and the decorations on every insuring a conservative nucleus; but this
hand bear evidence of her artistic skill, j has been suddenly upset, for In almost
She was beloved by all for her lnvari- every instance the peasants elected not
able kindness and sympathy. Mrs. Kloe- i only were progressive, but the roost high
ber moved In the best society of Seattle, ly educated among their class, the ma
Tacoma and Portland, having a wide J Jorjty of them at least having a school
circle of warm friends in each city. Her education. The peasant In Simbirsk.
pictures have been exhibited on several I named Altadln. was educated In Eng.
occasions at art exhibitions at Seattle, i land.
and prior to her severe Illness she had
been a frequent visitor to Seattle. Tacoma
and Portland. She and Dr. Kloeber took
a prominent part In making a success of
the Elks' carnival at Tacoma in August.
Mrs. Klocber's nearest surviving rcla
In the Volga district and central prov
inces. where famine and agrarian disor
ders have been the greatest, the peasant
vote was most radical. In Samaria, by
a vote of 6 to S. they chose M. Guttan
dont. a Socialist, while the members
elected by the college were a doctor, four
lives arc three isister and two brothers, i Zemstvolsts and Ave progressive peasants.
Mrs. May Tlchenor and Mis Flossie J In far-away Ufa, the border territory.
Llvingood. of Washington City: Mrs.
Hattie Lack, of Manila. P. I.. Dode Llv
ingood and Charles JJvlngood., of Somer
set. Pa. Mrs. Lack is now on the Pa
cific Ocean on the way from Manila, be
ing expected here within ten days.
Hides Ncrto While He 1
Would-Bc Lynchers to Disperse.
the Orenburg Cossacks returned a solid
progrecslve delegation, consisting of four
Russians and six Mussulmans.
The effect of the revolutionary out
breaks at Sevastopol was reflected in
the results in Taurlda. which includes
the wlirtle nf lh CrlriM. wliet- the
1 peasants chose a Socialist Revolution
MDR i ,st In t,lc province of Grodno, the
-' j Jewish pale, a solid progressive dele
. cation was chosen. Included among It
PcrMtadcs I being two Jews.
; Tver, where Governor-General Slept
' zoff was assassinated Saturday, was
I swept by the Constitutional Democrats
' MERIDIAN. Ml?s April S. Speciau) i Tj4....t,..hv. , r .
....... . . i t t t n ' ' , i Pctrunxcviicn. the leader of the con-
NEW JERSEY FOREST FIRE fhc Mcridfm FcSc Oolite. Rented ' ?"t"ll6.?5!?.,i!!!i- !2f..5Sl.t
w tilHi wav Jfrrivca,tJi a vvuv.vui nvw
BASIS OF UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE
Count Appony! Speaks on the Xcav
v-IWNA. April 8. Count Albert Ap-
ponyi. the Minister of Worship In the
new Hungarian Cabinet, in a statement
to tne Associated Press today said:
"The Hungarian Cabinet was formed
on the bat of universal suffrage, and
all other questions will be reserved for
Parliament elected on that basis. No
part of the coalition programme has been
The members of the new Cabinet were
sworn in at the Hofburg Palace this aft
ernoon. Afterward the Emperor-King
held an Informal reception, during which
his greeting of the new Ministers was
From the Hofburg Palace the Ministers
went to the Hungarian MInlstrj. where
they had their first Cabinet council. It
was decided that writs would be Issued
tomorrow calling for elections to be held
April 2S. The new Parliament Is expected
to assemble May IS.
The King-Emperor's Influence was of
great effect In the settlement of the Hun
garian crisis. It was only his persuasion
that overcame Count Andrassy's reluc
tance to enter the Cabinet. Then trou
ble arose over the distribution of the
portfolios. The followers of Francis Jvos
suth claimed the Ministry of the Interior.
while the Emperor-King wanted Count
Apponyl for the post, so that he could
preside over the elections. The "matter
was ended by a compromise. Count An
drassv taxing the oonfollo.
Hungarian politicians are highly satis
fied with the settlement, which they sax-
was reached chiefly through the efforts
of Francis Joseph. All misunderstand
lngs. they declare, have been smoothed
The new Parliament will vote the money
to pay for new guns, but only to an ex
tent to cover obligations already Incurred
and no increase In the naval recruits
trill be sanctioned until the military ques
Hons now In abeyance are settled.
Chan: After Zulu Chief.
DURBAR, Natal. April S. Chief Baxn-
baata has escaped Into Zululand with a
bodyguard of 70 warriors. Colonel
Leutcher. of the Colonial punitive force.
is In pursuit.
AMUCK WITH A KNIFE
DRIXK-CRAZED MAX STARS
Olds -WoRiMf KiNg
Store Opens at 8 A. M.
Closes at 6 P. M.
The "Different Store'
From Sunday's Page of Monday's Bargains
A Monster Half-Price Sale of Manufacturer's Samples of
Fine Table Chinaware
Bargain CHINA nM
Mate Was About to Purchase Large
Tract for a Reservoir.
KGG HARBOR CITY, N. J., April S.
Special.) A forest and swamp fire
was started here early this morning
and In the course of a few hours as
sumed threatening dimensions. The
tire's origin is unknown. It started u
short distance from the home of Con
gressman John J. Garriott and did con
siderable damage. High winds fanned
the flames into a. roaring- furnace and
drove it In a westerly direction toward
the towns of Weymouth and West Egg
Harbor. The village of Carmentown
was completely encircled and several
A path over a mile wide and over
four miles long was covered by the
flames. Thousands of acres of valu
able timber which the State of New
Jersey was about to purchase as a
forest reserve were destroyed, making
a tract of 25.000 acres almost worth
combe Farmer, a sTre-car inductor. ! ;3.od,i5.U"Ja,nkaraV,eff
last night. Early this morning a mob
of less than 100 men and boys located the '
negro at the college, where he has been
employed; and prepared to make an at- 1
tack. Professor Beeson hid the negro I
and argued the mob into dispersing by
promising to deliver the negro to the
The shooting occurred over the refusal
of the negro to pay fare for a 12-3-ear-old
boy who accompanied him on the tar.
The conductor will recover.
BOLD DIAMOND THIEVES
Rob New Orleans Jeweler While
Crowds: Pass the Door.
TRAFFIC IN SLAVE WOMEN
Chinese Present Certificated of Mar
riage oit Mexican Border.
A ASHINGTON. April $. (Special.)
Disclosures of traffic In Chinese women
in Western States have been laid before
the Immigration Bureau. American born
Chinese with residence at San Francisco
have been entering- the United States
along the Mexican border with newlj'
wedded wives. The circuitous route
taken .and. the unusual number ef .entries
led to an inquiry
' were triumphantly elected.
1 Among other prominent persons
elected are "Prince Balatalteff. the
well-known Zemstvolst worker. Prince
Shakeffsky. of Yaroslav. and Professor
Maxim KoTOlvsky. of Kharkoff.
While no definite results of the mu
nicipal elections held today are known,
they seem also everywhere to have
gone In favor of the progressives. In
Minsk province the Radical Russians
and Jews and Poles formed a coalition
nnd decided to put up a Joint ticket.
comprised of four Jews, two Poles and
Today's results prove beyond ques
tion that the calculations of the gov
ernment have been rudely upset and
that oposltlon elements will control
the national Parliament by a decisive
majority. Premier WItte's efforts to
induce the Emperor to proclaim a con
stitution should now be greatly rein
forced. Another crisis plainly confronts the
government, for the sweeping; charac
ter of their victory undoubtedly will
Jabs Pockcl-Knife Ten Times In
Wife and Ifccs Hammer on
GRASS VALLEY. CaL. April S.-Jack
Allen fatally slabbed his father-in-law.
Alfred Jenkin. Sr., and inflicted ten stabs
on his wife, in this city this evening. Mrs.
Allen Is dangerously wounded but the
attending surgeons hold out hope for re
covery. The deed was committed at the
Jenkin home, where Allen and wife also
Allen, who has been drinking consider
ably of late and acting peculiarly, was
called to supper. Entering the dining
room, he picked up a long butcher-knife
from the table and saying. "We will settle
this matter right now." plunged the blade
Into Jenkln's left side. It pierced the
lung and went far into the body. Jenkin
grappled with the crazed man and Anally
took the knife from him. being cut In
iYif hands In n rfnlnp-.
Allen then turned on his wife, chased '
her into the yard, threw her down and
subbed her ten times with a pocket
knife. The approach of a neighbor armed
with a shovel caused him to desist. He
ran down town, attempted to rob the till
of Louie Guenza's saloon, and In the fight
with a hammer, badly injuring him.
Allen fled the place and entered Mazza's
saloon on Main street, where he held City
Marshal Decble and Watchman Peterson
at bay with an ax until Sheriff Walker
arrived. Allen surrendered without a
struggle to the Sheriff. He was taken
to Nevada City as a precautionary meas
ure. Allen is a miner employed at the
North Star. Jenkin and his daughter
are very highly respected.
NEW ORLEANS. La.. April S. (Spe
call.) That he was Tobbcd of diamonds
valued at J5000 at the mnzzle of a revolver
In a store In a crowded street is the
story told to the police by L. Moss, a
Jeweler. Moss aid that while at work , encourage the Liberals to rsh the
In Ids store, with hundreds of people KOvemment to the wall and it would
passing, late issi mgnu iwo men cnicrcu fccm xh&t the EmpcrOr TOUIt yield to
and asked to look at some diamond
rings and brooches. After; several tray?
had been put out. Moss says one of the
men shoved a revolver in his face and
the other took the jewels and escaped.
was discovered that the so-called j hour.
Washington Ready for Trial Spin, j
ROCKLAND. Mc. April S. The new
cruiser Washington, which has Just i
been completed for the United States
Government, arrived here today an J
anchored outside the breakwater In
readiness for her speed trials, which
will take place off this port durlasr the
week. The Washington's contract calls
Jot a minimum speed of knots per
thft entreaties of those who counsel a
final surrender by issuing a constitu
tion to the people or .dispersing the
national Parliament as soon as it as
sembles. There seems no alternative
except the choice of one of those two
HEAVY VOTE CAST AT MOSCOW
Bot SBcakcr of the Democrats
Brought From St. Peters!?:.
MOSCOW. April S. The Moscow mnnid
pal election held today was the culmina
tion of a veritable whirlwind canvass.
The remit Is net yet knows, as the votes tM critics.
NURSES GO ON STRIKE
RcfHSc to Walt on ro In New Or
NEW ORLEANS. April 8.-SpeciaL-
A number of nurses ia the Jackson Sani
tarium have gone oa strike because a
negro patient wat admitted to one of the
wards. The nurses quit In a body, de
claring that they did not intend to wait
on negroes. The patient Is a railroad
employe on one of the roads with which
the hospital has a contract'. The negro
nurse failed to report for duty and the
white women were ordered to attend
the man. The strike followed.
Talca Had Smallpox Aboard.
PAPEETE. Tahiti. March 27. (Cor
respondence of Associated Press.)
The, British ship Talca. Captain Wil
liamson, bound for Sydney from Iqul
que. ChilL appeared eft Papeete March
The pilot noticing that the bill of
health Indicated smallpox afeeard. re
fused to bring her ia without the sanc
tion of the qaarantlae station, despite
the captain's assertion that the sickness
aboard was typhoid ievcr.
The captain threatened to eater the
harbor under the right ef taternatfenal
law within six hoars. Perceiving the
Trench gunboat Zele la the. harbor,
the master of the Tales sailed away.
leaving his bill ef health with the an-
Thc importance to yon of this timely sale is based on the fact that it is a prepared-for event. It's three
months' wide in its scope. Early in the year ire arranged with one of the largest of the world's makers across
the "big poad" to take his entire sample line at the end of his season at exactly half its worth. His nse for
it is over true, he might have "matched np" the pieces and gotten full price for all, bnt it saved him the
work and showed his friendliness to us, who buy great quantities of his wares in a regular way through the year.
And the beauuiHl caina pieces are here, conservatively stateo, the sale brings direct economies to every
housekeeper in Portland. There is every reason in the world why you should turn to your advantage its
savings and its benefits. Past as the. contents of the huge barrels and cases could be transferred from the
receiving room they were placed on special tables on third floor for your choosing Ready this morning.
BEAUTIFULLY DECORATED FRENCH CHINA
Plates Our 45c to 3.00 values, special at Half Price.
Cups and Saucers Our 40c to $3.00 values, special at
Chop Dishes Our .2.00 to $7.00 value, special at Half
Salads Our 70c to $4.00 values, special at Half Price.
Sugars Our 63c to $3.00 values, special at Half Price.
Cake Plates Our 70c to $3.00 values, special at Half
Brush and Crumb Trays Our $1.05 to $2.75 values, spe
cial at Halt Price.
Bon Bons Our 60c to $3.25 values, special at Half
Mustards Our Soc to $2.40 value, special at Half Price.
Bread Trays Our $1.00 to $3.S5 values, special at
Spoon Trays Our 35c to $2.00 values, special at
Mayonnais Boats Our $1.50 to $3.00 values, special at
Creamers Our 70e to $1.75 value, special at Half Price
Jelly Dishes Our S4c to $1.75 values, special at Half
Broth Bowls Our $1.40 to $2.25 values, special at
Candlesticks Our 70c to $1.40 values, special at Half
The above is but a partial list of the articles in the
monster sale all are splendid quality French China.
Splendid showing of Easter novelties in Egg, Chick
en and Rabbit ornaments Easter Vases of all kinds.
EASTER SALE OF CUT GLASS.
Soln Portland agents for Libbev's Peerless Cut Glass
Hundreds of articles, both useful and ornamental, are
in the showing. Every piece a perfect specimen of
NAPPIES, OLIVES AND SPOON TRAYS. .
Our $2.50 value, special at, each $1.95 j
Our $3.25 value, special at, each S2.60 !
Onr $5.50 value, special at, each : $4.40 j
Our $G-?0 value, special at, each $5.20
Our $7.50 value, special at, each $5.95 1
OIL OR VINEGAR JUGS.
Our $4.00 value, special at, each S3.2G
Our $5.00 value, special at, each S3. 95
Our $725 value, special at, each $5.80
BERRY OR SALAD BOWLS.
Our $5.50 value, special at, each S3.35
Our $7.25 value, special at, each $5.80
Our $S.0O value, special at, each $6.40
Our $14.75 value, special at, each SXX.80
Our $22.50 value, special at, each 18.00
Oun $31.00 value, special at, each $24.80
Our $5.50 value, special at, each $3.35
Our $9.00 value, special at, each. $7.20
Our $15.00 value, special at, each $12.00
Our $34.00 value, special at, each $27.20
Our $3.60 value, special at, each $2.95
Our $4.50 value, special at, each $3.60
Our $6.00 value, special at, each $4.80
Our $7.25 value, special at, each $5.S0
Our $5.50 values, special at, each $4.35
Our $7.25 values, special at, each $5.80
Our $11.00 values, special at, each $8.80
Our $21.00 values, special at, each. ..r $18.80
1000 Pairs of Beautiful
Today's Special Sale of Children's
LACE CURTAINS WHITE DRESSES
chase from a
mean savings to
who will share in
them by choosing
today. The curtains are ii Brussels and Renaissance
effects in full length and widths
Rcimlar $2a0 value, special, the pair $1.87
Regular $3.00 value, special, the pair .$2.25
Regular $3.50 value, special, the pair $2.63
Regular $4.00 value, special, the pair $2.99
Regular $4.50 value, special, the pair $3.47
Regular $5.00 value, special, the. pair $3.71
Regular $6.00 value, special, the pair $4.49
LATE ARRIVALS New Arabian Lace Curtains in a
great variety of patterns, heavy French Net. with
hand-made lace trimming at, pair $7.50 to $100
METAL BEDS White enameled brass-trimmed Iron
Beds, in 45 styles fo select from, made of malleable
steel lock rail, which makes bed slout and pcrfectlv
rigid, at, each $3.50 to $25.00
All Brass Beds at. each ; $2S to $75
PLAY BALL! BOYS A complete line of Baseballs,
Catchers .Mitts, Fielders Gloves, Masks, etc
Forfrth Floor Smallest prices in town.
Marbles of all kinds at little prices and marble
season is here.
Second Floor, Near
Dresses, made of fine
lawn or India linon,
trimmed with laces and
They were used for
during our Spring
opening, and are slight
ly mussed and dust
soiled, but one washing
will make them as new.
Sizes 5 to 14 years.
Our $1.S5 to $2.50
values, spec. $1.19
Our $3.50 to $4.50
values, spec. '$2.27
Our $5.00 to $5.50
values, spec. $2.68
Our $6.75 to $8.00
values, spec. $3.97
SHOWS ARE GORGEOUS
Special BargaiKsToday Sixti-St. Abb ex, 1st. Floor.
SPECIAL SALE PRICES ON "DOG COLLARS."
$3.00 Pearl Cellars, with white-stone bars, special at.
each - $2.15
$4.00 Ps-irl Cellars, with white-stone bars special at,
' each , $3.00
$5.09 Parl Cellars, with white-stone bars, special at.
All our fancy Jeweled metal 'collars specially re
duced for this week's selling.
SPECIAL PRICES ON PLAIN AND STONE-SET
$L25 Bracelets for, each 79c
$2.00 Fancy Stone-set Link Bracelets, special $1.25
$3.50 Fancy Stone-set Link Bracelets, special $2.2o
Special redactions on all Bracelets.
2Sc HATPINS 16c.
Initial Hatpins, gold-plated tops and long pin stems,
well made and good value at 25c; special at 10
75c HATPINS 59c
A line of fancy odd shape Hatpins; fine gold-filled
tops with applique oalaid werk; osr 75c valae, spe
cial at, ad "., ...59
Go4d-Filkd Hatpins, SUrliag Silver Hatpu, Solid
GoM and Faey I ported Hatpin, priced at.
eocfc to fffi0
Novices in Art Needlework
Annex Second Floor.
65c Cushion Tops for 49c Something new in fancy
worfc white lawn cushion tops, stamped in floral
and conventional designs, for shadow or Venetian
-mbroidery. Very effective and so simple it's just
the thing for beginners; our 65c values, special at,
Many New Designs for Shirtwaists, Suits, Bolero
Jackets, Hats, Umbrellas and Underwear are shown
in the,Art Shop.
Big Sale of Writing Paper
Other Big Values in Small Wares First Floor
25c box Writing Paper, white plain'- or ruled:
35c box Linen Cloth, Kid and Plate Writing Paper;
50c box fine, high-grade. Writing Paper, new shape
envelopes; special 19
5c Shelf Paper, lace edge, in 10-yi. pieces, sp'l 3
EOc bottle Carter's Photo and Office Paste, sp'l 50
4c roll Toilet Paper, special, two rolls.. 5
10c box Crystallized Camphor, for killing moths, etc.;
special- ..r ...5
25c Imported English Tooth Brushes, special.. w. 15
15c CombinatioB Hand and Nail Brushes, sp'l. . . .9
Wire, Coat Hangers, special, each -. . -:--4
12c package of 1 dosen heavy black mobairilfccw
Laces, special .j.T5
Large size flat tablet Ironing Wax, special. . 44r
c ise heavy hq anted shell color Back Corabv
TyZme 5c Brush. Skirt Bwdmg, speeuU, 2 yard,.