Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, August 02, 1907, Page 3, Image 3

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    THE MOKJVIJNl UKISlilKMAS, , FRIDAY. AUGUST. 2,. 1907.
S5.50 1
mported Ostrich Flumes $ 2.5 9
mDorted Ostrich Plumes S5.69
See Big Corner Window Display Mail and Phone
Orders Wilt Receive Prompt and Careful Attention.
1250 Magnificent, New, Imported Ostrich Plumes just re
ceived by express all of the superb extra quality obtained
from the wild male birds. Colors; garnet, champagne, mais,
Ostrich Feathers
These superb plumes will last
oMLr , - rvvflflvk Orders Will Receive Prompt and Careful Attention. fi? s "
ISMffl ': JSSMSk 1250 Magnificent. New. Imported Ostrich Plumes lust re- ,St&iP
pink, olive, ciel, navy, copenhag, leather.
Ttim will be all the rage this Fall.
Wash Goods Short Lengths
50c, 60c, 7 5c Values 9c
Owing to the unprecedented sales of Wash Goods during the week, a great
number of short lengths are left on the counters. Remember that only the
most popular patterns become remnants and you will appreciate the pretti:
ness of the designs. Lengths from 2$ to 12 yards positively no lengths cut
at this bargain price. Regular 50c, 6oc, 75c wash goods, Friday Ckt
Bargain Day . . v
Owl Cut Rate Drug Specials
50c Sugar of Milk, Owl cut rate, pound.. 28
25c Vegetable Worm Syrup, Owl cut
rate . 16
25c W E L, C H'S GRAPE
J VICE 21e
25r VIOLET AMMO
NIA 16
BOc C A L- SYRUP. OF
FIGS 39
80c Cream of Tartar, pound, Owl cut
rate : 33
$1.25 Henderson's Syrup of Hypophos-
phites 69
BOc Peroxide of Hydrogen, Owl cut rate. .29?
$1.00 Borden's Malted Milk, Owl . cut
rate 69
50c Borden's Malted Milk. Owl cut rate. -36
$1.00 Colwell's Sarsaparllia, Owl cut
rate 59
25c Sun Cholera Cure, Owl cut rate 19
25c Henderson's Kidney and Backache
PillH 19
"5c Ant Food, Owl cut rate 14
25c Mandrake Pills, Owl cut rate, two
for, 25
$1.00 Iron Tonic Bitters. Owl cut rate.. .59.
lSe SEALING WAX FOR FRl'IT
JAHS 7
Me SEIDLITZ PO W-
D E R S 18
3S? CITRATE LITHIA 18
25c HBNDERSOVS DYSPEPSIA
TABLETS 17
TC BORAXO FOR THE BATH. 18
2Sc ASEPTIXE, DR. LISTER'S
KORMtl. . 14
2Sc HENDERSO Si'S EYE
WATER 19
$1.00 Stone Root Kidney Cure, Owl cut
rate 59
$1.00 Henderson's Kidney Cure, Owl cut
rate . 59
50c Henderson's Kidney Cure, Owl cut
rate 39
75c Roger & Oallet Toilet Water, spe
cial 59
75c Roger fr Gallet Perfumes, In bulk..6S
75c Dr. Fenner's Clear Skin Soap for 39
$4 White Linen Skirts $1.98
$7.50 White Linen Skirts $3.85
This Is the most remarkable bargain sale of
skirts we have ever been able to announce to the
public. Our garment buyer In New York closed
out the surplus line of the foremost maker of
high-grade skirts in this country regular $4.00
to $7.50 values. To these we added the balance
of our regular stock, making a special lot of 255
skirts. Made of pure linen and union linen, cut
with the broad and generous fullness character
istic of high-grade garments; plain gored, flared
and plaited styles. The entire assortment has
been divided into two lots to be sold, regardless
mm
of our former
prices, for only
See Display. None Sent on Approval. No Phone Orders
$1.98 and $3.85
lOOOpr.Men'sHosi'y
Val. to 35c at 17c
iooo pairs Men's Fine" Imported alf Hose of
lisle thread, mercerized and cotton, in fancy
stripes and figures, solid colors and plain black.
Values up to 35c pair, Friday
Bargain Day.i....' AC
300 Lawn Waists
$1.50-$1.75Val78c
Choice of 300 White Lawn Waists in a num
ber of pleasing styles some with plain em
broidered fronts, some with panels of embroid
ery and tucking, some tailor-made style with
plaited fronts. Also popular Marie Antoinette
Waists with plaited fronts, tucked backs,
sieeves, lace-trimmed collars and cuffs-TQ
Regular $1.50 and $1.75 values CV
150 Women's Short Kimonos
Vals. to $3.00 for $1.19
Daintiest washable Summer styles of Women's Short
Kimonos, Nightingales and Dressing Sacques, made of plain
white lawn, fancy figured and dotted Swiss or lawns. All
newest styles, made with or without collar, belt, long or short
sleeves, low or high and Dutch neck, prettily trimmedTsizes
34 to 44. Sold regularly to $3.00. Biggest
kimono value of the year at only
$1.19
House Dresses Vals. to $1.75 at $1.19
Women's Percale and Lawn Wrappers and House Dresses, made in one or two-piece
styles, and wrappers made with or without epaulettes on shoulders, plaited waist, full
skirts, light or dark cloths with small figures white, navy, gray, cadetT (t?"fl
red. Values to $1.75, special Friday at 44) A
300 Fancy Vests
$2.50 and $3.00
Values Now at $1.25
300 Men's Fancy Vests, made of fine oxfords,
mercerized cloths and piques in a great variety
of patterns stripes, neat figures, checks and
plaids. Regular values $3.50 and n- ry e
$3.00 each. Sale price only plwO
Sale of Auto Veils
$1.00Vals.67c
Auto Veils, 3 yards long:, lV-inh" hemstitch,
. in black, white, blue, pink, lavender, red,
green, brown, etc. Extremely stylish and
popular for hat drapes; regular RJ
$1.00 values vll
Lawn Croat CoFrs
Reg.35c,atl5c
Ladies' Lawn Croat Collars, with medallion
ends, all new this season and very stylish
and effective. Sold regularly at 35c. Spe
cial for Friday sale, 1
only I UK,
50c Supporters 23c
Sale of Military Pad
Straight-Front Hose
Supporters, strong and
substantial, in b 1 a c k,
white, pink, blue, red.
The kind you have al
ways bought for 50c.
1 Friday
Bargain Day
23c
All Men's Straw Hats
$3.00, $2.50, IVTiTAr d
$2.00 Values J3JU W 41
25cSleeversVestsl7c
35c Lisle Vests 23c
1000 women 's Vests, low neck, no sleeves;
mercerized tapes; 25c quality, 17C
1000 women's Swiss-ribbed lisle Vests, low
neck, no sleeves, trimmed yokes; OJ
35c quality
500 women's fine Swiss-ribbed lisle Vests, low
neck, no sleeves, silk-tapes, plain or OOp
trimmed; 50c quality r7W
500 women 's fine Swiss-ribbed' Drawers, um
brella style, deep lace edge; 75c A r
quality T1 W
20c Stationery at 12c
One quire of gray or white Linen Note Paper,
best quality, latest shape, 20c 1 0
value, Friday special
Linen Envelopes to match. latest shupe, 1 1a
grray or white; regular 20c value
E FARES TD WEST
EASTERN" ROADS FIND TRAVEL
ERS BEAT THEM.
Two-Cent Fare Iiaws Force Cut in
Interstate Rates to Points
AVest of Chicago.
CHICAGO. Aug. 1. (Special.) Reduc
tions in Interstate fares from aTl fhe
prominent places in the East to the prin
cipal points west of Chicago and St.
Louis will be made August 6 by the East
ern railroads, special permission to do so
having been granted by the Interstate
Commerce Commission.
Because of the reductions in interstate
fares made . by the Western railroads,
owing to the passage of 2-cent fare laws
by many states, passengers from Eastern
and Western points have been able to
save from $1 to $6 by buying a ticket over
Eastern roads only to their Western
terminals and then rebuying over a West
ern line to their destination.
Stowed Away by Chinese Police.
HONOLULU. July 23 (via San Fran
cisco, Aug. 1.) The immigration of
ficers now have conclusive proof that
the Funchan police authorities actively
aided stowaways to get aboard the
British steamship Kumerlc when that
vessel was in the port of Funchan,
taking on immigrants for Hawaii, i In
all 74 stowaways got .aboard the ves
sel, several of them having been
brought from the Jail by the police.
A policeman in uniform was stowed
away. When found, he had his official
sword with him. This was taken away
from "nim by the ship's officers. When
he left the ship here, he demanded the
return of the sword. All of the stow
aways who could qualify as immi
grants were permitted to land here,
by orders from Washington.
SUICIDE HER ONLY ESCAPE
Italian Girl Takes Poison to Avoid
Marrying Sister's Murderer.
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Aug.' 1. Impor
tuned and persecuted because she
would not agree to marry the slayer
of her younger sister, Josephine San
Marco, an Italian girl, 18 years of age,
today attempeted to commit suicide and
was baffled only through a drug clerk,
who, suspecting her purpose, substi
tuted ipecac for carbolic acid. The
girl's action was based on methods that
are commonly ascribed to the Black
Hand in Eastern cities and the police
are investigating a statement that the
girl and her family had been threatened
with death by members of the local
Italian colony.
Three weeks ago Marie San Marco,
aged 6, was shot and killed by Sam la
Turko, a suitor of her sister,, who is
alleged tohave visited the house with
the Intention of wiping out Miss Mar
co's family, whom he believed was op
posing his ult. The child wag Bhot
"accidentally." Turko Is now in Jail,
awaiting trial. Miss San Marco and
members of her family itave been im
plored, cajoled, and threatened .by
friends and strangers who desire that
the girl shall marry La Turko and im
prove the latter'a chance of gaining his
liberty.
CHINESE SLAVES RESCUED
Government Agent Finds Sixteen In
Raid on Mongolian Joints.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. L In a raid
organized and conducted by United States
Secret Service Agent Richard H. Taylor,
15 Chinese slave girls were captured yes
terday and were taken to the Alameda
County Jail. They will be brought before
United States Commissioner Heacock and
given an opportunity to show cause why
they should not be deported. Sight of
the women claimed to "be natives of the
United States and seven said that they
were married and were permitted to land
as wives of Chinese domiciled In this
country. All were admitted at this port.
Six of tbem do not appear to be more
than 16 years of age.
Thaw Selects Jfew Lawyer.
NEW YORK, Aug. L Mdrtln W. Lit
tleton, ex-president of the Borough of
Brooklyn, and a lawyer and orator of
wide reputation, will be chief counsel for
Harry K. Thaw when the wealthy youafj
Fittsburger again faces a jury to answer
the charge of killing Stanford White.
Thaw announced the selection of Mr. Lit
tleton today, after a conference with his
wife and mother. It Is said that Mr. Lit
tleton's fee will be $25,000.
Mr. Littleton made the speech In the
last National Iemocratic Conventlonxat
St. Louis nominating Alton B. Parker for
the Presidency.
SCABBY SHEEP IN MALHEUR
SOUTH ERX END OF COUNTY
, PLACED IX QUARANTINE.
Inspector Ring Says Conditions Are
AVorst He Ever Saw All Sheep
Are Dipped.
VALE, Or., A-ug. 1. (Special.) Spe
cial Government Inspector N. S. Ring
passed through Vale Wednesday for
Pendleton. He has been on an Inspec
tion tour of Malheur County, and found
48,760 head of scabby sheep. He quar
antined the whole south end of Mal
heur County, extending north for 70
miles from the south line, excepting
a square of IS miles which he said was
free from cab, no aheep ranging there.
He stated he found but one band of
clean sheep in that whole section of
this county. He reported the matter to
the Government and they have placed
George Dodson, who has been inspec
ing in this county, at McHermitt for
Ave years at an Increased salary, with
instructions to clean out the-scab. All
sheep were dipped under the instruc
tions of N. S. Ring while he was there
and he states the range i the worst
he has ever seen in his 15 years ex
perience as sheep inspector. A lino
rider has also been placedn the range
to keep any sheep from entering the
quarantined section of the state. This
section of Oregon is sparsely settled
and is owned and controlled. It Is said.
by about 12 or 15 men' who have al
lowed the condition to get worse and
worse. These are mostly foreigners,
a large part of them being Basques
and Italians;
AUTO SLOWER THAN TRAIN
Becomes Hitched to Electric Car and
Bounces Out Passengers.
SEATTLE, Wash., Aug. 1. (Special.)
En route to the racetrack this after
noon C C- Waltz attempted to turn
his big' Pope-Toledo automobile out of
the way of a faster machine that was
coming up behind and wanted to pass
him. As he swerved to the left an
electric train crowded with racetrack
patrons parsed him. A coupling on the
last car of the electric train caught the
front end of Waltz' automobile and the
big machine was carried onto the rails.
The electric train was traveling at the
rate of nearly 60 miles an hour and
the auto was dragged over the ties so
rapidly that two men and two women
riding in the automobile were bounced
out of the machine, one at a time. By
the time the electric train could be
stopped the auto had been emptied and
was a complete wreck. None of the
persons In the auto were injured. The
wrecked auto belonged to the Seattle
Motor Livery Company, and Walts
failed to get the names of his passen
gers. Logger Badly Sqtieezed.
CASTLE ROCK, Wash., Aug. L (Spe
cial.) Samuel Leroque, an employ on
England's logging road near here, was
badly squeezed and narrowly escaped
death while switching a train yesterday
afternoon. He was on a trestle and in
some way fell. His legs went through
the ties and he lay on the track between
the rails. The engineer stopped the train
as quickly as possible, but not before the
locomotive had half way passed over
him. He was caught between the run
ning gear and the ties and squeezed and
bruised. He was brought to town as
quickly as possible and examined by a
physician, who did not And any bones
broken, though there were many bruises
and a number of painful abrasions. The
Injured man was taken to a Portland
hospital last night, his employer accom
panying . him.
Five Days for Anson.
Arthur Anson was sentenced yes
terday by Judge A. M. Esson, of the
St. Johns Municipal Court, to serve five
WEDDING
AND VISITING CARDS
W.G.SMITH6C0.
WASHINGTON BUILDING
. Fourth and Washington Streets
6
Ov ALASKA
I AND BACK
hJ249 Washington St
days in the County Jail for fighting,
disorderly conduct and contempt - of
court.
TEA
. One lingers long over tea,
if the tea is fine. It is a good
time and place to linger.
Tour grocer returns your money if you
don't like Schilling's Beat; we pay him.
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