Till: MORNING OREGONIANY THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1907. Don't Overlook the Gloves You would please any woman that you would make band wear your gift, and such a gift is always practical, always useful. If you do not know the size, secure a glove certificate and let your friends choose their own color and size. It will help simplify the gift problem. These cer tificates come in neat envelopes. A Sale of Fine Table Linens The Best and Newest Delivery Service In the West at Your Disposal Shop In the Evening if You Are Busy Thro The Day. The Store Open till Xmas : To the woman who takes pride in serving good dinners .and in whose ho,me you eat many good dinners, giv e fine linen. ROUND TEA CLOTHS. Richard son's make. Hand embroidered PATTERN CLOTHS of damask with handsome borders. Full 3 yards long and 2 yards wide. $5.25 values special at $4.50 each. The $4.50 grades tf O T selling for pJ i O FANCY HUCKABACK for fancy work or making towels. Un and scalloped edges. $6.00 values, special at $4.25 $5.00 values, special at.... $3. 75 $4.50 values, selling for. ..$3.50 $4.00 grades selling for. ...$2.95 INDIA LINEN. 5000 yards. A very sheer quality, worth fie 15c the yard; special at.. "C 16-button Empress, in black, white and colors. The pair $4.00 16-button Suede Gloves, black and white only. The pair... $3.50 16-button Cape Gloves, in tan; an excellent quality. .The pr.$4.00 2-clasp Monarch; all colors $2.25 2- clasp Magnet Gloves; all colors. The pair $1.00 3- clasp Eskay. Comes in all col ors. The pair $1.75 2-clasp Derby Gloves, in all col ors. The pair $1.75 2-clasp Vassar Gloves. .7. $1.50 usually pretty patterns. Worth the yard; special AGENTS LADIES' HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS at.. 2 - ., .rZlif&Z r gains All pecta is in the lb ven These on Sale All Day Long For AfteY-6-o' Clock ShOppeYS Jewelry -Leather Goods Women's fancy Brooch Pins in oxidized silver or Roman gold finish. New and novel designs. An assortment of about 10 dozen pins in all and the regular prices run from 85c to $3.00 each. A rare opportunity for economical gift seekers to choose. The Thursday price r is only D5C BELT BUCKLES with gilt finish. Assorted styles and shapes. Each buckle comes in a neat plush box. They are splendid values at $1.00 each. Thursday CQ-. price MUSIC ROLLS of solid leather in tan, brown or black. Nicely leather lined. These sell regu larly at $1.35 each; spe- 7Q cial at V MEN'S PAJAMAS of Domet flan nel. Nicely finished and made from an exceptionally good heavy weight material. We have them in all sizes. Regularly QC $1.50 the suit, special at.. 570 C MEN'S PURE SILK HANDKER CHIEFS in plain or initial ef fects. Full 22-inch size. Standard 75c values, special for Cfi today OUC Make It an Oriental Rug A Christmas special that will appeal to those who take pride in their homes or who have a friend whose home they wish to beautify. A sale ' on rarely beautiful Oriental ' Rugs, which com prises some of the famous weaves and triumphs of rug-weavers' art, in pat tern and blending of colors. The lot includes Shirvans, Daghestans, Mos souls, Kazaks, Bokharas, Sarouks and Kirmenshahs. An assortment of 250 rugs, divided into 12 different lots and priced for Christmas selling at figures that must appeal with irresistible force to lovers of artistic floor coverings. Price details follow : Value to $14.00, selling for Value to $18.00, selling for Value to $24.00, selling for Value to $29.00, special at ... Value to $33.00 special at Value to $39.00, special, at Value to $43.00, selling for Value to $47.00, selling for . . . . $8.40 $10.25 SI 4.50 l& $17.50 $19.75 $23.50 $26.00 $28.50 11 it n v iw d in .Tin-" i . ill J Garters and Sleeve Holders These are made of a good frilled elastic, in adjustable sizes ; finished with fancy buckles and ribbon bows. The colors are pink, blue, black, white and red. Neatly put up in a gift box with glass top. This evening after 6 o'clock, the 25c quality is ...... The 35c grade is , .26 17c These on Sale All Day Long Fancy Goods Featured Children's Work Boxes. Small size, but quite a complete equipment, and nicely fitted. Boxes that sell regularly at 50c each, Of. t 1 Women's Juliets WOMEN'S JULIETS, in black felt; also Felt Slippers, in black or brown; have hand-turn soles, and are a splendid grade of felt. Reg ular $1.50 quality, This even ing f or 98c ' Kerchief Cambric 'KERCHIEF CAMBRIC, the famous Richard son's linen; particularly suitable for mak ing fancy work and shirtwaists. $1.75 qual ity, special at $1.38; the $1.50 grade for $1.19, and the $1.40 linen for, yard $1.10 White Mull Ties for Women These are iy2 yards long and daintily finished with embroidered, applique ends; some have lace medallions. They form a stock by going around the neck twice and tie in bow in front. Jaunty and fashionable. For this evening the 75c grades are special at, each J Ot- special for todav, at LARGE PICTURES in gilt irames ; landscape subjects. Size 16x22, value $1.85, special C1 OQ at, each.. $. pi.J FRAMED PICTURES, similar to those mentioned above but size y2-x21. Worth 85c each, CQr selling for 057C GLOVE AND HANDKERCHIEF , BASKETS, prettily trim'd with ribbon. A Swiss article. QQ. Regularly $1.50 each, spc. 70C SMOKER'S SET, with ash and match holder on oak base. Worth 85c; special today CQ for iJ57C HAIR BRUSHES Howard's real ebony back and finest quality white bristles; $3.75 CJO QQ and $4 vals; spc'l... Pi.OI7 FANCY BASKETS OF PERFUM ERY. All odors in the lot and regular 20c Values. Any child will like one. The Thurs day price is , 9c HANDKERCHIEFS of Swiss or embroidered linen; a large lot of 65c and 75c qualities, special at, GflgJ each . MANICURE SETS of real foxwood; the set of 6 pieces, worth $2.50, special after . . (f 7Q 6 o'clock at ..X & Gold Mounted Back Combs In many new' and pretty styles. Values are $3.00 io $3.50. For to- ' O p A Q " day after 6 o'clock in the evening, each. ...... ..... 1 . , prt.7 Value to $55.00, selling for Value to $75.00 special at Value to $85.00, special at Value to $125.00, special at $33.00 $45.00 $52.00 $75.00 For Useful GiftsShoes Take' advantage of this Christmas special and help your friends with their wardrobe. Women of discriminating taste and those who are careful with their wearing apparel keep their shoes looking well. Give them a pair of shoes and shoe trees. Any pair of Women's Shoes at $3.50 and up we sell to day will be fitted with a pair of Gilbert's Shoe Trees. The regu lar price of these trees is $1.00 the Pair. Today with any women's shoes at $3.50 or up they are absolutely free. ' WOMEN'S PINGREE GLORIA SHOES in any leather, are f0 Cfl desired style, button or lace. The pair )O.Ovl With Pingree Shoes at $3.50 we give yon choice of a pair of $1.00 Trees or a pair of $1.00 "Spats" or Gaiters. EXTRA SPECIAL ON MEN'S SLIPPERS Made of fine kid, in tan, brown or black. Opera, Everett or Romeo styles. A 1 1 OQ splendid quality and a remarkable value for today at... P JLeOI Fine Belts or Pretty Ribbon Elastic belts are now the very height of fashion. These are love ly imported affairs that will please .he most fastidious taste. In black and colors, many studded with cut ' steel nail heads. An ideal gift and on every one in our stock the price has been reduced. How much more acceptable a gift is when neatly' tied with fancy holly or Christmas ribbon. Give your present that holiday look. Tie each package with pretty rib bon.. A piece of 10 yards for C 45c, or the yard. .'. OC Shaving Sets SHAVING SETS, with silver-plated mug and badger hair brush, in neat box. $1.75 grade, special at... $1.39tk wmm, , - - Photo Albums PHOTO ALBUMS, with fancy covers, a small size, that sells at 35c regularly, spe cial for threei and a half hours at . 15c Toilet Sets of Real Ebony Completely fitted with brushes, mirror and manicure articles. The val- Efl ues are $11.00 to $12.50. Special for one evening at : V " Ash Trays ASH TRAYS, of glass, with cigar bands between felt; the 65c grades are special for this even ing after 6 o'clock at .'. The 35c sets .... .20 39c Sofa Cushions SOFA CUSHIONS, with tops of bearskin, in Teddy Bear designs; they have plain backs, red borders, and are filled with best silk floss filling. Regu larly $1.25 each, special at 87c Ebony- Goods Specialized Paper-Knives, Curling-Irons, Seals, Shoe Horns, Egg Darners and many other arti cles of ebony with silver trimmings. Values are 50c to $1.00 each. O j Special for this evening at. . . . DRESSED DOLLS They have, jointed body, sleeping eyes and are prettily dressed with gown, picture hat and shoes and stockings. An 85c value, special at... 63c MAGIC LANTERNS with gunmetal finish. These have unusually strong lens, 12 slides, and is a regular $1 value for today and after 6 in the evening, special at 68c Walking Skirts Worth $5.00-$1.98 In smart plaid combinations. The colorings are green and gray, red and d J QO gray or neat gray mixtures. Regular value $5.00; special after 6 only px 70 Cut Glass-Decorated China Spoon Trays, $5.50 vals., for. $3.85 Olive Dishes, $3 value, for... $2.25 Relish Dishes, $5 value, for.. $3. 75 Bon Bon Dishes, worth $9, for $6.75 $6.50 Bowls, special at $-1.25 $9.00 Bowls, special at $6.75 Compotes, worth $9; special. .$6.75 Whiskey Jug, $6.00 value $4.50 Spoon Trays; $2.65 values. . .$1.80 Nappies, $2.75 each; sp'l $2.05 .Tellv Dishes, worth $3.50, for. $2.65 Pickle Dishes, $5.50 vals. for. $4.12 $5.00 Bowls, special at $3.38 Grape Fruit Bowls, $3.75 val. $2.45 BREAD AND BUTTER PLATES. $1.25 values, the dozen 63 $3.50 value, the dozen $1.75 $1.75 value, the dozen 88 $5.50 value, the dozen $2.75 SALAD, FRUIT" AND BERRY BOWLS. 25c value, special at. 13 35c value, special at.... .18 50c value, special at.... 2oC 30c value, special at 15 FRUIT SAUCERS. $1.25 value, the dozen 63 $1.35 value, the dozen.... 68 $2.00 value, the dozen $1.00 $3.40 value, the dozen. .. .$1.70 SUGAR AND CREAMS. - 35c value, the pair.... 18 40c value, the pair 20 45c value, the pair 23 50c value, the pair 25 60c value, the pair COi TEA, DESSERT OR SALAD PLATES. $1.50 value, the dozen 75 $3.75 value, the dozen $1.88 $7.80 value, the dozen.- $3.90 $2.00 value, the dozen $1.00 $6.00 value, the dozen $3.00 CAKE PLATES. Worth 35c, special at 18 Worth 50c, special at 2o Lace or Silk Waists-i4 Off Choose from all our bigh-grade bodices, and save one-fourth. This includes every feee, silk or fancy waist in our store that sells regularly at $12.00 or over. .Select one of these handsome waists for a Christmas gift, and the recipient is sure to be pleased. The selection is an im mense one, embracing every wanted style for everyday or dress wear. Best be prompt and come with the early shoppers this morning, for there will be many on the alert to take advantage of such savings as this. There are no reser vations, any fancy waist we own, any lace or silk waist over $12.00, today ONE-FO UR TH LESS Specials From Toyland PRINTING PRESSES, complete with type, ink and roller. Regu lar $1.25 values, special OCm today. CHILD'S PAINTS. An assort ment of colors, complete C with brush; 10c box for -V IRON FIRE ENGINE with 3 gal loping horses. Nicely CCt painted. An 85c value. .. MECHANICAL TRAINS Good, strong engine, tender and 2 or 3 coaches. Complete with large oval track. . Regular $6.00, $7.00 and $8.00 values; special today TOY WHEELBARROWS, made of steel and nicely finished. Large enough for actual use. A tov that will give delight to any OQ boy or girl, worth $1.25. . 057C $5.00 CHANGE IN THE SERVICE Joseph Jacobs Receives Promotion for ServUais Rendered. OREOONIAN NEWS BUREAU, Wash ington, Dec. 18. A number of important changes in the personnel of the Recla mation Service in the State of Washing tun are announced. Joseph Jacobs, for mer district engineer at North Yakima, has been promoted to a position on the staff of consulting engineers, and C. H. Swlgert has been appointed to the posi tion of Tleton Project engineer with, per sonal charge of all matters relating to the work, acting also as prf-V engineer for the Sunnyside project until another appointment is made. , Mr. Jacob's promotion is a proper rec ognition of merit and faithful perform ance of duty. For two years he has de voted every energy to the prosecution of his work in the valley. He entered upon his duties when conditions were chaotic and when the outlook for the Initiation of a great National work In the valley was not hopeful. Largely through his efforts the conflicts over water rights, which had become serious, were adjusted. Owing to his close .application and the severe strain of corkinuous service, Mr. Jacob's health failed. He will not enter upon his new duties until he has taken a short leave of absence. SEND SCENIC FHOTOS EAST. Ideal for Christmas. 248 Alder street TOOK ALL, PAID NOTHING Get-Rlch-Quiclt Broker Arrested In - Chicago. ' CHICAGO, Dec. IS. J. C. Dean, head of the firm of J. C. Dean A Co., stock and bond brokers, was arrested last night on a charge of obtaining $31.50 on worth less checks from A. M. Roberts, pro prietor of the new Waldorf Hotel. Dean opened his office eight months ago. The firm Immediately started an aggressive advertising campaign In the papers of Chicago and other cities. As Inquiries came in Dean sent out glowing prospectuses and references, and in each case before making a contract insisted that advance amounts of from J50 to 11000 or more be paid for various "ex penses." The "expenses" having been paid, lit tle or . nothing further, it is alleged, was done by the Dean firm. Postoffice inspectors seized Dean's mall and 400 unpaid advertising bills from papers all over the United States. New Drydock Projected. SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 18. The Bul letin says that within a few months the Union Iron Works will let a contract for a floating drydock large enough to ac commodate all vessels that come to this port, with the possible exception of' the Pacific Mall liners Mongolia and Manchuria. EXHIBIT BLOODY CLOTHES Prosecution AVouId Prove Walker Was Shot In Back. DENVER,, Dec. 18. The bloodstained garments worn by Secret Service Agent Joseph A. Walker on ' the morning of November 3, when he was shot and killed at a coal mine near Hesperus, Colo., were exhibited on a dummy figure today to the Federal grand Jury which is Investigat ing the killing. By the location of the bullet holes in the clothing, and by -the testimony of the surgeons' who held a post-mortem examination of the body of Walker, the Government expects to prove that Walker was shot from behind. It is understood that District Attorney Earl Cranston will ask for indictments against seven men. Including Joseph Vanderwelde. who claims to have shot Walker in self-defense, and William Mason, who was with Vanderwelde at the time, on the charge of conspiracy to kill Walker. Gallagher Returns to Testify. SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 18. Ex-Supervisor James I Gallagher, who will be the principal witness for the prosecution In the trial of Patrick Calhoun, accused of bribery, has returned from the East. Railroad Manager Not Guilty. NEW YORK, Dec. 18. Alfred H. Smith, vice president of the New York Central Railroad Company, was acquitted today of a charge of manslaughter, brought In connection with the wreck of the Brew ster express, at Woodlawn. last February, In which 24 persons . were killed. Justice Kellogg delivered the verdict. RISER'S KRISMAS KALENDARS. 8cntc Photos: hand-tinted. 24S Alder. TEA If you don't like it, ive it away; 'onr grocer returns your money. Tour trocar rturas your money If jom don't Ilk ScblUlns'o Boat: wo pay htm.