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THE MORNING OREGOXTAJT, WEDNESDAY, 3IAY 12, 1909.
June Butterick Patterns and June Delineator Now on Sale Portland Agents for "Vudor" Porch Shades All Sizes On the Third Floor
We Are Portland Agents for "Ramie" Linen Fiber Underwear
Portland Agents for "Trefousse" and "Perrins" Gloves
Meier Frank Store
Buy Oriental Rugs at
Great Saving in Prices
Rugs, 4 feet 4 inches by 6 feet; beau
tiful designs and colorings; repularly
$65 each, on sale at, each. 33. 50
Oriental Rugs on the Third Floor.
One bale of 32 fine Kermanshah Rugs,
beautiful designs and colorings; av
erage size 4 feet 4 inches by 6 feet
6 inches ; values up to $150 each, on
sale at this low price, each. $72. OO
One bale of 42 Kurdistan and Bijar
extra quality rugs; grand designs and
colorings; average size 4 feet o inches
by 7 feet ; regular values up to $85.00
each, on sale at, special. . .$33.75
One bale of 38 Saruk and Tabriz
Rugs, finest weave, choice designs
and colorings; values up to $100.00
each, at this low price, ea.Sj548.oO
One bale of 67 Belouchistans, rich
colorings and designs, extra quality;
size 4 ft. 6 ins. by 7 ft.; regular val
ues up to $85.00 each, for. .$37.50
Our entire magnificent stock
of Oriental Bugs on sale at
prices the lowest ever known
on rare and antique nigs.
All sizes and kinds. Largest
stock in the West to choose
from. Come and see them.
One bale of 22 small size
Sennah Rugs, blues and
ivories, 3 feet 6 by 5 feet;
regular $50.00 values, spe
cial for this sale..$33.00
One bale of large size Sen
nah Rugs, in blues, reds and
ivories ; medallion designs ;
$120.00 values, ea.S49.00
Two bales of 80 Shervan
Rugs, size 4 feet 5 inches by
6 feet; $30 values. $15.50
One bale of Killem Rugs, 3 feet 9
inches by 6 feet 6 inches; regular
$27.50 values, on sale, each. $12. 50
One bale of large size Killem Rugs,
5 feet by 10 feet 6 inches; values up
to $65.00, on sale at, each. $27. 50
Garavan, 11 . feet 3 inches by 8 feet ;
$360.00 values, special at.$165.00
Garavan, 11 feet 11 inches by 9 feet
3 inches; $350.00 values. $185.00
Garavan, 12 feet 7 inches by 9 feet;
$325.00 values, special at.$180.00
Ispahan, 9 feet 10 inches by 6 feet 11
inches; $500.00 values. .$276.00
Ispahan Carpet, 12 feet 1 inch bv 8
feet 8 inches; $650 values.$378.00
Khiva, 11 feet 4 inches bv 8 feet 4
inches; $200.00 value, for. $115.00
Khiva, 11 feet by 8 feet 8 inches;
regular "$225.00 value, at.$125.00
Khiva, 14 feet 6 inches by 10 feet 6
inches; $500.00 value, at.$265.00
Carpet Bugs, $50 to $100, reduced.
10,000 dozen French Val. Laces and
Insertions, to 1-inch wide; best
patterns; values up to $1.25 dozen
yards, on sale at this ex-v E-Of
tremely low price, dozen vJvl
300 "Lily White" Corset Covers,
semi-made; regular $1.00 CQf
values, special, each. .
20,000 yards of manufacturers'
lengths of swiss, nainsook and
cambric Edges and Insertion, 1 to
6 inches wide, for trimming wom
en's, infants' and children's wear;
all new patterns, in wonderful as
sortment; come in 4V2-yard strips;
regular values to '$1.85 7Q
strip; all you want, strip
Swiss and nainsook Corset Cover
Embroidery, in-' dainty new pat
terns, at these very low prices :
Regular 90c values, per yard 49i
Regular $1.50 vals., per yard 69
$2.00 White Embroidery Waisting
in eyelet and filet effects; beauti
ful styles and marvelous values
at this low price, the yard..9S
Beautiful Embroidery Sets for
graduation gowns swiss and
batiste, in matched sets; edges, in
sertion and flouncing, 3 to 18
inches wide, and galloons IV2 to 4
jnches wide. Designs in baby Irish,
blindwork and eyelet effects; suit
able for princess, lingerie dresses,
etc By far the largest and hand
somest showing in the city. See
the Fifth-street window display.
Artistic Pictnre Framing to Your Order at the Very Lowest Prices Fourth Floor Custom Shade and Drapery
Work Our Specialty Expert Drapers at Your Service Refrigerators, Lawn Mowers, Etc., in Our Basement Store
Our Great Alteration Sale of Shoes
The Entire Stock Must
Extensive alterations in our Shoe Section are necessary before open
ings can be made into the new annex; in fact the entire department
must be rearranged and refitted What to do with the enormous
stock on hand has been a serious problem for some time Our cramped
quarters made only one action feasible get rid of the merchandise
regardless of cost So here's your opportunity to supply Summer
Footwear needs at a big saving Great special lots for women, men
and children included in this Great Alteration Sale Let us show you
Men's "Shawknit" Hose at. 1 7c
Our great semi-annual sale of Men's Shawknit Hose 5000 pairs; the mill's
cleanup before starting the looms on Winter merchandise, some have slight im
perfection A great assortment of styles for your selection, including plain
colors, black, split foot, gray mixed, mottled and fancies in endless variety
all the best colorings, patterns and combinations all sizes Hoisery of style
and quality. Most stores sell them at 25c a pair. Supply "I
your Summer needs at this special low price per pair... A fC
Take advantage. Come and see our big Morrison-street window display.
$ 1 .50 Gloves 87c
75c Hosiery 39c
Groat opening sale of 100,000 pairs
women's 16-button Silk Gloves with
double finger tips; in black, white,
green, pink, tan and lavender; gloves
of standard manufacture and perfect
in every respect; all sizes, 52 to 8.
The economical woman will anticipate
her hot-weather needs at the big sav
ing offering; reg. $1.50 and Q7f
$1.25 values, at, the pair. O C
Mail orders will receive prompt and
careful attention; take advantage.
Great May sale of 10,000 pairs of
women's high-grade Hoisery, in plain
colored silk lisles and embroidered
novelties; black, white and tans; also
lace boot effects; sizes Sl, Qr
to 10; reg. 50c to 75c vals.
Great "May Sale"
A great "May Sale" of women's
high-grade white Underskirts, made
of the finest materials, with lace and
embroidery flounces, tucks and inser
tion; fitted wastbands and separate
dust ruffles of lawn or embroidery;
200 skirts to select from; values
from $5.00 to $7.50 each, !0 QQ
your choice at, special.. O
Women's fine cambric and nainsook
Gowns, trimmed in dainty embroid
ery and lace edgings, tucks, insertion,
beading and ribbon; low, round,
square and V-necks; also Dutch
necks; long and short sleeves; great
assortment; $2.50 to (tl C7
$3.00 values, special at.. P 1
One Week More
"Nemo Week" has outgrown
its original six days one week
isn't long enough for such an im
portant educational event. So
Nemo Week" will be continued
until May 15.
Corsets in the Nemo
"New American Shape"
have been recognized in every
fashion-centro of Europe and
America as producing the correct
contour for the fashions of 1909.
Nemo Corsets for every figure
stout, slender and medium.
Perfect style and fashionable
elenderness combined with the
utmost comfort and absolute
Come and see all the new Nemos
during "Nemo Week. " To know
all about Nemo Corsets is a duty
every woman owes to herself.
In Infants' Wear
Children's white Eiderdown Re
ceiving Blankets, bound in pink,
blue and white silk ribbon; the best
regular $2.50 values, each.. $1.98
Infants' hand-embroidered Pique
Carriage Robes, new and pretty
styles; the best regular $2.75 and
$3.00 values, on sale 1 Q.
at this low price, ea..P"0
Infants' hand-embroidered Caps in
exquisite styles; $3.50 CJO CQ
and $4.00 values, each. .PeOS
Children's Knit Sweater Coats,
ages 1 to 3 years; all white, with
pink and blue trimmings; button
in front, with pockets; also Nor
folk styles; $1.75 val- CI OO
ues, on sale at, each.
$3.50 Values $2.48
Women's patent colt, gnnmetal, glazed
ikid, tan calf and brown kid oxfords, lace
and button style, plain toe, garden ties,
etc., Cuban heels, welt soles; all the best
$3.50 values on sale at this ex- dJO AQ
tremely low price, per pair.. V? 1"0
$4.00 Values $2.98
Women's patent colt, tan calf and brown
kid oxfords, welt soles, plain and tipped
toes, garden ties, bluchers and button
styles; all this season's most desirable
footwear in all sizes and dJQ QO
widths; reg. $4 vals., on sale. O
Women's $5.00 Oxfords at $3.85 a Pair
Women's fine low cut shoes, garden ties, pumps, bluchers and button styles, in fine
lustral colt, dull calf, glazed kid, tan calf, brown kids, welt soles, plain CJO OC
or tipped toes; best styles and quality; $5.00 values, on sale at low price. VWtOO
Women's Shoes II Women's Shoes Women's Shoes II Women's Oxf'rds
$3.50 Val. $2.65
Women's tan and oxblood Russia
calf Shoes, button and blucher
styles, hand welt soles, all good de
sirable models; best $3.50 values;
on sale at this very DO CC
low price,, pear pair.. VvO
$6.00 Val. $3.98
Three big broken lines of women's
high-grade Shoes, in fine lustral
colt, with brown suede tops,
button and lace styles, also
fine glazed kid Shoes; all desir
able footwear; $6.00 !0 QQ
values; on sale, pair. PO.S70
Men's Fine Shoes
$5.00 Val. $2.39
Great clean-up of men 's fine Shoes
and Oxfords, in patent colt, velour
calf and tans; all narrow lasts;
good models; best $5.00 values to
be cleaned up at this iO OQ
very low price, pair.. P"W07
$5.00 Val. $3.95
Women's imported tan Russia calf
Shoes, button and blucher styles,
hand welt soles; some have 8-inch
tops ; best $5.00 values ; on sale
at this 'special low CJQ QEC
price, per pair only.. PJJ
$4.00 Val. $2.98
Women's gunmetal, patent colt
blucher and lace Shoes, dull kid
tops, welt soles, Cuban heels; all
sizes; best .$4.00 values; .on sale
at this extremely low CJO QO
price, per pair only.. p'0
Men's Fine Shoes
$4.00 Val. $2.95
2000 pairs men's patent colt and
tan Russia calf, blucher and but
ton Oxfords, swing shapes, welt
soles; all sizes and widths;
the low price, special tfJO QC
low sale at; per pair. Pwf J
$9-$ 10 Trimmed Hats $4
In the Millinery Department today an unusual offering of 500 handsome,
new ready-to-wear Dress and Tailored Hats to be sold at a remarkably
low price. All new, 1909 models, trimmed in flowers, ribbons, fancy
feathers, etc.; grand assortment of styles and shapes to please every
individual taste, trimmed hats selling regularly at prices up ETftj
to $10.00 each, choice at this phenomenal low price, each.. Pt".OW
Untrimmed Hats at V2 Price
A great clean-up of untrimmed Hats in all the latest blocks ; burnt
and black chips and Java straws, fancy braids, etc.; PtifA
values up to $5.00 each, on sale at this low price.. lICv
$4.00 Val. $3.15
Women's tan and Oxford Russia
calf blucher and button Shoes, welt
soles, wing tips;- all sizes; best
$4.00 values ; on sale at flj O 1 (?
this low price, per pair P"
$3.00 Val. $1.98
2000 pairs of women's patent colt,
gun metal and glazed kid button
and lace Shoes, dull kid and cloth
tops; all sizes and widths, welt
soles; best $3.00 val- QO
ties, on sale at, pair.. P.0
$3.00 Val. $1.98
Big girls' low-heel shoes, best
styles, in patent colt and fine kid,
patent tips, welt soles; d1 QQ
$2.50 and $3.00 values P SO
1000 pairs misses' patent colt and
glazed kid Oxfords, patent tips,
extension soles; all
6izes ; $3 and $3.50 yal.
$3.00 Val. $1.98
Women's tan calf, brown kid and
patent colt Oxfords, extension or
pump soles, plain and tipped toes,
Cuban or military heels; all sizes;
best $3.00 values, on sale at this
remarkably low price, fljl QO
per pair, at only.. vA'O
Great "May Sale"
Women's fine soft kid, patent tip
Juliets and Prince Albert slippers,
turned soles; all 6izes and widths;
regular $2.50 values, djl 7Q
on sale at, per pair. . P f
Women's patent tip Juliets, don
gola kid ' with rubber !? 1 Q Q'
heels; $1.75 vals., pair S l.Oj
Women's .home comfort dongola
slippers, turn soles, low
heels, $1 values, pair. . fC
Great alteration bargains in boys'
and children's footwear; best
6tyles; . all grades, on sale at
marvelou6ly low prices per pair.
Look to the children's needs.
All Pyrographic Goods
Vz Off Regular Prices
Commencing today and continuing through the week we offer one-third
off on our entire stock of burnt and plain woods. Included are writing
desks, center tables, hall racks, umbrella racks, waste baskets, tabour
ettes, match holders, nut bowls, boxes, etc., etc. ; an endless
variety of pieces, in all sizes; entire stock at 1-3 reg. prices. ,3 VII
SAY LINES ARE NEEDED
SELLWOOO CITIZENS FAVOR
Strong1 Resolutions Are Adopted in
Which Proposed Referendum
At a meeting of the Sellwood Board
of Trade Monday nlfcht the street rail
way franchise end the proposed ref
erendum were considered. A number of
addresses were made on the subject, all
condemning the referendum as . ill-timed
and liable to work great damage on the
projfreiss of certain portions of the city.
After extended discussion, the following
declaration, drawn and submitted by J.
W. Campbell, was adopted unanimously :
The Sellwood Bcard of Trade deplores the
nfcltatinn for referendum upon tha act of
the City Council In granting- to the Port
land Railway, LlK"t &. Power Company
irttnehtttes upon certain parts of streets
mostly for nhort distances and commonly
known ns the "blanket franchise." One
part of this franchise Is about two blocks
upon l.inn anue in Sellwood, a portion
of street which Is not graded and little
To hold up Indefinitely this franchise
would indefinitely postpone the proposed
htuMinfc of carbarn, shops and clubhouse
at the junction of the ihre lines of tha
t. ,V. V. division, and adjoining Linn ave
nue at the place where the franchise is
naked for and necessary for the purpose.
This building, plans for which are well un
uVr way. If carried on as projected, would
result In a substantial Increase in number
of inhabitants In Sellwood, with attendant
Increase in local trade and property values.
Other parts of the city would suffer in
like manner by delaying important im
provements and hindering growth and pros
perity. This referendum would be a di
rect blow at our local Interests and to the
Interest of ot!er communities similarly
situated, rather than a blow at the rail
way company. "We would be the sufferers
rather than they.
No material purpose can be gained by
thts hold up oth.fr than the furtherance of
the peculiar views of certain would-be
leaders of public opinion, who see therein
an opportunity to pose as friends of the
people, ivigardless of the real good of the
city in gen oral and particularly of the lo
calities to be directly benefited.
The objections urged against this fran
chise are trivial and without weight, and
we denounce this movement a unwise,
uncalled for, a hindrance to the growth of
the city, and beneficial only as It promotes
the personal ambitions of a few self -constituted
guardians of the public And we
appeal to the good sense of our fellow
clttsens that they uee their Influence to dis
courage this attempt to hinder the de
velopment of the city, this attempt to
withhold work and wages from the labor
WANT LADD FARM OPENED
Otherwise Midway Residents Will
Block East Seventeenth Extension.
Property owners In Midway through
whose land the proposed extension of
East Seventeenth street will pass are op
posed to the extension in- its present
form, for the reason, they say, it mean
practical confiscation of their property.
The matter passed the City Council in
a different form, they say, than was
presented to them. At the meeting of
the Midway Improvement Club Monday
night it was shown that the extension
Is between Ainsley avenue and the Ladd
farm and not through the Ladd farm, as
desired. The report of the viewers showed
that heavy damages are suffered by the
property owners. The club condemned
the present plan and favored the ex
tension, provided It will open East Sev
enteenth street through the Ladd farm
to Sellwood. Arthur Brock was made
chairman of a special committee to de
mand that the street be extended through
the Ladd farm or all proceedings stopped.
It was decided to ask for better mail
sen-Ice at Mldway. People living two
blocks from the Midway englnehouse said
they were not receiving mail by carrier.
A committee was appointed to take up
the matter with Postmaster Toung. Res
olutions favoring the erection of a home
for the Oregon Historical Society and a
convention auditorium were adopted.
Dr. "W. O. Manion is quite ill at the
North Pacific Hospital.
"Sl" Myrick. of Los Angeles, an old
time Portlander. Is back home for a
three weeks' visit and is busy receiving
greetings f ron a legion of friends. !
CHICAGO, 'May 11. (Special.) I. E.
McCrea, of Portland, is registered at the
Congress Hotel, and Mrs. and Mrs. Yona
"Wynn, also of Portland, are guests at
the Great Northern.
SUMMER SHOES LOWEST
Every foot fitted at nearly half price.
Goddard-Kelly Shoe Co.
Oregon Herbs (a tea) best remedy for
kidney and bladder troubles. Nature's
own preparation. 50c at all druggists.
TEH PERCENT IS ENOUGH
WATER BOARD FIXES MARGIN
- FOR IiAYTNG MAINS.
Mayor Lane Inquires About Central
Station to Replace Scattered
Pumps to Fill Reservoirs.
The "Water Board, at its regular
meeting yesterday afternoon, decided
that 10 per cent profit on the work of
laying mains is legitimate and suf
ficient for contractors, and fixed that
figure as a basis for future action.
"When a main is recommended laid, the
engineers, will make up the estimate
of probable cost and will add to each
Item the percentage stated, after which
bids will be sought. The property-owners
will thus know what will be the
amount of the cost In the aggregate.
Mayor Lane desires the engineer of
the department to report on. the feasi
bility of establishing a central pump
ing station, one sufficiently large to
furnish water for the entire city, and
by which all of the reservoirs may be
supplied. He said he believes that this
would prove more satisfactory than
building so many small auxiliary sta
tions, as Is the rule now. Each one
must have a crew to each eight-hour
shift, and the salaries, he states, thus
become a large Item In the general ex
penditures of the service. Chief En
gineer Clarke' will make a report upon
The "Water Board adopted the report
of Superintendent Dodge in regard to
the use of 60 acres of land owned by
the Board back of the City Park. Mr.
Dodge recommended that this be used
by the Park- Board, and this will be
A communication from a committee
of citizens representing the Commer
cial Club at Gresham was received,
asking for a supply of Bull Run water
when the second pipeline is put in.
This was filed and will be considered
at the proper time.
Tt guess that means that It Is re
spectfully referred to Joe Simon." com
mented Mayor Iane. whereupon there
was a general laugh. In which Coun
cilman Rushlight, defeated Mayoralty
STATE COUNCIL ORGANIZED
Oregon Knights of Columbus Hold
Convention In Portland. ,
Four councils representing Knights
of Columbus organizations in Marsh
field. Baker City, Astoria and Portland,
In convention yesterday In the Knights
of Columbus Clubhouse, organized the
Oregon State Council Knights of Co
lumbus. The following officers were
elected: President, Ben L. Norden;
J. B- Ryan, of Portland, state secret
tary; W. P. O'Brien, Astoria, state
treasurer; Charles P. Murphy, state ad
vocate. Baker City; Hugh McLain,
Marshfleld, state warden, and Roger B.
Sinnott, of Portland, the alternate to
the National convention. A fifth coun
cil will be instituted at Eugene on
June 15. Baker City was chosen as the
meeting- place for the second state con
vention, to be held In May, 1910.
Delegates to the convention were en
tertained at the Commercial Club yes
terday afternoon and later were given
an automobile ride about the city.
The delegates to the council were as
follows: J. N. Casey and Roger B. Sin
nott, of Portland; Charles P. Murphy
and I. B. Bo wen, of Baker City; A. E.
Neff and Hugh McLain, of Marshfleld,
and C. A. Lelnenwebber and "W. P.
O'Brien, of Astoria.
SICKNESS STOPS .DANCING
Spokane Health Board Fears Rav
ages of Scarlet Fever.
SPOKANE Wash, May ll. (Special.)
The health board decided this morn
ing to prohibit dancing in the Masonic
Temple and in the Pacific Hall until
after the scarlet fever epidemic is over.
As a result of this order there is- only
one hall in the city where a dance may
be held. Davenport's Hall of the Doges.
The Elks' Temple, the Columbia Hall
and the dancing pavilion at Natatorlum
Park were also closed.
Kalama Mill Rebuilds.
KALAMA. Wash., May 11. (Special)
I. N. Wixbrom's sawmill, which was
burned two years ago. Is ready for
operation. The mill Is . located three
miles from Kalama.
GOTGH HAS EASY JOB
HAXD1ES OREGON GRAPPLER-S
AS CAT WOULD MOUSE.
World's Champion Tosses O'Connell
and Grant All Over Stage of
. Heilig Theater.
Frank Goteh, the world's champion
heavyweight wrestler, made his first ap
pearance on the mat before the Portland
grappling fans last night at the Helltg
Theater and the big champion had an
easy time handling Edddte O'Connell and
Jack Grant, the latter a big, burly grap
pler from Southern Oregon.
When the world's champion was Intro
duced he was greeted by a storm of ap
plause, and those present were quick In
recognizing the wonderful strength dis
played by the Iowa giant. O'Connell was
the first grappler to wrestle with Gotch's
hulk of bone, sinew and muscle, and the
champion handled the Multnomah Club
Instructor as a cat would a mouse.
O'Connell and Grant were the only
grapplers to- appear against Gotch, for
the others scheduled refused to go on
because the small house would not guar
antee them anything for their time and
In . handling O'Connell Gotch became
most playful, and tossed the clever welter-weight
about like a sure-thing man
Juggling peas in a shell game. In fact,
Gotch did everything with O'Connell ex
cept whirl him about his fingers as a
drum major-would his baton. He even
went so far as to take off O'Connell's
shoe and paddle him.
After O'Connell had done his best to
stave- off the bir fellow.. Grant was in-
SMITH WILL. PAY
Eggs, fresh, per -doz .......22-4e
Veal, under 130 "pounds.. SVie
Block Hogs OVic
Hens, alive .14e
Hens, dressed. lee
. Springs, alive ..18e to SOe
We pay you promptly. We do not
charge commission. Your produce
must be good, fat quality.
FRANK L. SMITH MEAT CO.,
"Fighting the Beef Trust."
troduced. When he sized up alongside
of Gotch the equality In size and weight
led the crowd to believe that there would
be something doing. When the Iowan
got into action, however, the 200-pounder
was handled Just about as easily as
O'Connell had been. In fact, Gotch
picked him up, asked the crowd where to
put him, and then carried him over to
the designated corner and set his shoul
ders almost to the mat. Before Joe Ac
ton,, who acted as referee, could call the
fall, .Gotch released his man and went
at it again.
The champion slipped from one hold
into another in such a speedy manner
that one could not keep track of all the
different grapples he tried. In each In
stance he would put his opponent over
Just far enough to demonstrate that s
fall could be had and he would switch
holds and repeat the performance. Dur.
Ing all this time the big fellow tossed
out remarks about what he intended to
do, and kept the crowd In good humor.
Prohis Hold Rally.
The opening rally of the Prohibitionist
party In behalf of its candidates for
Mayor and other offices, was held last
night In the Nazarene Church, East
Couch and Seventh streets, and was at
tended by more than 200 followers of the
temperance cause. Addresses were made
by T. S. McDanlel, candidate for Mayor;
J. P. Newell, state chairman of the Pro
hibitionist party; N. A. Baker and J. H.
Amos, on matters pertaining to the party's
platform. Ev G. Eaton acted as chairman
and Introduced the speakers
County Has Cash in Treasury.
MONTESANO, Wash., May (Spe
cial.) The report of County Treasurer G.
J. Taylor for the quarter ending March
31. shows total receipts of W67.249.79 of
which amount $314,218.08 was for 1908 taxes.
The disbursements were JS2.605.75, leaving
a balance oh hand of $384,554.04. There is
outstanding general road and bridge war
rants to the amount of $98,519.34.
Simla, India. As a precaution against the
possible development of hydrophobia, Lord
Mlr.to. Viceroy of India, and J.ady Mlnto
are undergoing the Pasteur treatment.
At All of Smith's Markets.
Beef for boiling J
Beef for stewing J
Short Ribs of Beef 7
Round Steak . 10
Hamburg Steak Smith's is fresh... XOC
Sirloin Steak 12V4
Tenderloin Steak 12V4
Prime Rib Roasts of
Beef...... ;..10f. 12tt. 15
Best Corned Beef g
Smith's Spring Lamb
At All of Smith's Markets.
Spring Lamb Shoulder Chops 12J4
Spring Lamb Loin Chops 15c
Spring Lamb Rib Chops 15"
Front Quarters of Spring Lamb lOe
Shoulders of Spring Lamb 10
Hind Quarters of Spring Lamb....l5e
Legs -of Spring Lamb 15c
Some Cots of Exceptionally Choice
Voudk Oresroa Mutton at
the Above Prices.
At All of Smith's Markets.
Veal Stew . ...T
Better Cuts IOC
Breasts of Veal to roast IOC
Shoulder Roast Veal lO. 12 Vic
Shoulder Veal Cutlets 12 Vie
Loin Veal Cutlets 15c
Rib Veal Cutlets 15c
Sundries at Smith's
Smith's Bacon, the best ever. . . . 17M.-C
Smith's Hams . 15
Smith's Lard It is absolutely pure
don't take my word for it, try
it a 5-lb. pail 65c
Smith's Absolutely Pure Pig Pork
Sausage . . . 12Vi
Norway Butter you get it at
Smith's 2-pound sauare '
Oregon Ranch Eggs, per doz 25c
Chinook Salmon, 2 lbs ....25c
Halibut, 3 lbs , Z5C
Shad, each io and 15c'
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5 lbs. Rice ......
18 lbs. Sugar
50 lbs. Valley Flour.
5 lbs. Sultana Raisins.;.
6 cans Mustard Sardines.
6 cans Oil Sardines. ......
5 lbs. Sago , ...
5 lbs. Tapioca. .
7 boxes Parlor Matches..
Oolong Tea. per lb 25c
Costa Rica Blend Coffee, lb.. ...... 20c
13 bars Soap .....25c
6 lbs. Prunes. 30 to 40 size... 25c
10 lbs. Potatoes 25c
4 pkgs. Corn Starch 25c
4 lbs. Gloss Starch 25c
41 loaves Bread 2oc