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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1911)
THE MORNING OREGOXIAX, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 1911.
14,000 IS GAPAGITY
OF HEW BALL PARK
eai Thanksgiving Reduction
( lpi 1, )
Sample Suits, Sample Coats, Sample Dresses, Sample Gowns, Sample
Waists, Sample skirts, Samp e Petticoats, Sample Raincoats
Come to the Store that Dresses You at Half of Others' Prices
The greatest reduction sale of Women's Eeady-to-Wear Tailored Suits, Coats, Gowns, Dres ses, 0Pera Coats, etc. A
variety of styles that is positively unequaled on the Coast Velvets, Plushes, Caraculs, Silk and Satin Coata, Black
Broadcloths, Blue Serges, and the much-wanted Reversible and Mixture Cloths. We must surely have the thing you
want out of our enormous collection, of which no two are alike, as we have
Seats for 6000, With Private
Boxes for 300, Are Pro
vided in Grandstand.
BLEACHER HIT HOME RUN
Contract for Xrw Plant to Bo let by
MeCretUos a Soon aa Bids -Are
Ail In. and Coutnotlon
la to Bo Rnbe4.
W6.il the Baddy Ryana. Bab Dan
In Rot Brasheara and other clroo'.t
watter of tha Pseiflo Coaat Ufi
appear on the Portland grounds next
MUon It will not be Moessary for
th.m to alt out of the lot to cat a
homo run. for a ball batted Into tha
laft or cantor field bleachers wUl an
tltla tha batter to tha oircult.
Tha plana for tha new ball park
will aoon bo ready for the contractor.
Tha left flold bleaobera wtll be baek
of the present left field fenoe, which
will aoon bo torn down and rebuilt,
something like 10 feet further bark.
The dietaaco from the left field
bleacher line to homo plate will bo IK
feet, and tha distance from homo plate
to the front lino of the oenter field
bleeehers, which wtll bo built on the
present site of the old score board,
will bo III feet.
Oraaaataad to teat eOOO.
There will be no bleeehers In the
right p la ring field, but bleachers will
extend from the aorta end of the
rraadetand, whlcb will end a little be
yond first baae. to the right field
fence. At an elevation of 11 feet along
the riant field fenoe will bo a runway
four feet wide for the accommodation
of tha tana wishing to go to the con
tar field bleachers, and In this way the
crowd will be kept off the playing
field all the time.
The new g reads t and will here (0o4
opera chatra besldee from ef to TB
boxes, which wtll accommodate 109
mora. The caw grandstand wtll bare
a much wider and more spacloua en
trance than tha old one. beeldea eight
exits at convenient points.
Wbero the old stand had three rows
of poeta Interfering with the specta
tors' view, the new one will have but
one row of uprights to support tha
roof, and these will bo placed In the
tsata Keeei sd Already.
Every mall brings requeeta for box
aeat reaervatlona for next season. With
ample box accommodations and sOO
seats In the grandstands and bleach
ers, capeble of accommodating be
tween 00i and 00 additional, the
fans of Portland wtll have a baseball
plant large enough for a much larger
crowd tbaa bee ever yet attended a
ball game In Portland.
The work of raxing tha old rtrne
turee and building tha new will be
started Just aa aoon aa the contract
baa been let. Teeterday IV. W. Mo
Credla. president of tha club, an
nounced that he would let the contract
the moment he had received all bids
for the work and had selected the
moot satisfactory one.
All contractors submitting bids must
be prepared to begin construction Im
mediately, for the McCredles will re
quire the completion of the plant not
later than March 1. and may stipulate
that It bo finished February J.
HITEEX IlACEnS AKE KEADT
Aatue) Will Paeh lYom Log Angelew
LT! ANGELES. Nov. t, Sixteen au
tomobile racing cars are ready to start
on the long grind In the annual Los
Angelas to I'hoenlx desert sand race at
10 i Saturday night.
That this year e race wtll eclipse
anything ever before attempted In the
way of epeed te admitted by all. For
one thing, the course baa been changed
so that all cars go stralaht to an
I'tego for their flr.t registering point
The first car to arrive there wins a
special prise c.' lt. and from then
on, at all of the six places where
drivers must stop and register their
names and numbers, an ad-lltlonaj
prlte of $40 awalta tha lucky first.
The big prise, however, that await
ing the nret arrival at the etate fair
grounds at i'hoenlx. le a puree of $?0u0
cash. In awarding prlsre elapsed time
will count at all points.
Harvey Herrlck. winner of this year's
Fema Monica road race, hoMer of the
American road race record and the
victor In lest rears I'hoenlx race. Is
picked by many to win. Hut each of
the It entrants has Its following.
Ths list of startere and drivers In
the order that they wtll leave, followe:
Maxwell. Cltrenco Smith; Pope-Hart
ford. W. P. Tremaine: Franklin. Rjlph
Hamlin; Slnddard-Psyton. F. Roger
htearne: Cadillac W. ilrammelletle; K
M-F. W. !a Ca.ee; Flanders. George
boulee: Mercer, llarrla Hm.hu.: Cole,
John Jen air : Case. V". B. Brong: Na
tional, Harvey Herrlck; Bulck. U Nick
rent: Flat. Tel Tei-ten": Midland. F.
Pelfert: Lexington. C. Plgelow; Balrk.
V. K. Ferguson.
bio TnovT CxTcinrs fm;ase
Klickitat Ctoonty Mrevuua Aro Pro
lific of Braatlm.
O'UrENPALE. Wh Nov. 3. cftpe
claL) Toe season fcr trout fi.nlng In
Klickitat County hae clusej. and never
before has there been such Interest as
has been shown by local anglers. Every
one eppeered willing to comply with
the law. and took advantage of every
opportunity to land a few more big
ones during the cloalng days of the
ll.-.rold nw an. I prty returned fr.im
the H: KlUkl'.Mt wl:h It nlnbow Irocl
everui.g ! Indies an J .cb!nis 10
pounds each, making a total of 111
pounds for 14 trout. This being the
record catch for the eeason. of thle
size Bb, they were placed on exhibi
tion In a enow window and attracted
the attention of everyone who saw
Owing to the unusually larce el
of one of 1'ie strtne. which was JJ
Inches long, much uiscus.ion has arisen
as to the variety to which th.y belong.
T. J. Scamtnon. who maintain, and
operates a privets fishery at this place,
for commercial purposes, and who has
made a lifelong study of fresh water
fieb. pronounced them rainbow trout,
while others content that they are
Mr. Sea mm on. In company with A. L.
Hall, made one of the big catchee of
the season, near Ruat foda Springs,
on the Big Klickitat Hirer, a few days
ago. A number ef the big fellows In
Lb is catch ware presented to H. J.
2000 Sample Coats to
3000 Sample Suits to
800 Sample Dresses
to Choose From
We are Unpacking New Sample Dresses and Gowns Bought
From 35c to 50c on the Dollar, Every Hour in the Day
SAMPLE DRESSES AND GOWNS
Everything in Dresses, $1.93 to $400. You will see
something hero that will suit you and you will be thank
ful for coming.
$12.50 sample Dresses, reduced to 5 6.93
$15.00 sample Dresses, reduced to i on
$20.00 sample Dresses, reduced to 1
$25.00 Bample Dresses, reduced to toe:
$30.00 sample Dresses, reduced to $19.85
All Gowns $75.00 and up Half Price.
Coming in by every fast express. Drummers are getting
ready tor Spring and we are taking over their Fall sam
ples at one-half price and less. Now is the time to buy
your coat and buy a sampLc and buy it here, if you want to
save half. . .. .
$25.00 Sample Coats for this sale 14 .05
$30.00 Sample Coats for this sale $19.85
$35.00 Sample Coats for this sale S24.9o
$40.00 Sample Coats for this sale $29j5o
All Our Extra Fine Tailored Coats, $60 up to $30 y2 Price
SAMPLE TAILORED SUITS
Every garment made strictly up to fashion, tailored by
the world's best skilled journeymen tailors and fitted to
a perfect living model before they go to the drummers'
sample room. J31ue blacks, browns and all the up-to-date
expectations in mixtures.
$25.00 Sample Suits for this sale $14.95
$30.00 Sample Suits for this sale $19.85
$35.00 Sample. Suits for. this sale $24.95
$40.00 Sample Suits for this sale $29.85
All Our Extra Fine Tailored Suits, $60 Up to $80 Y2 Price
In the new shirt style and fancy effects for evening wear.
Every style for everybody.
$1.50 Waists for this sale reduced to 98
$2.00 Waists for this sale reduced to . $1.49
$2.50 Waists for this sale reduced to. . . $1.98
Other good styles $5 to $20 specially priced for about half
Messalines and Taffetas, values to $6.50. $2.98 to $3.98
This is the Store for Everybody, and Everybody is Welcome
WORRELL'S Sample Cloaks and Suits
132 and 134 Sixth Street, Cor. Alder Opposite Oregonian
Clark, manager of the Oold.ndale Trait
and Produce Aeeoclatlon. who Is pro
cesstn them for exhibition purposes,
and will add thera to his alreadr large
exhibit of Klickitat County products.
England Bara Knockout.
LONDON. Km. I. Tha Home Secre
tary. Reginald McKenna. has laid down
the law that anr boxins; match decided
by a knockout shall be Illegal In Great
Britain. Thle announcement la the re
sult of a question put to the Home
Office by Mr. Burgorne, who sought to
allay tha feara of the proprietor of
halls who had refused to take on tha
W.lle-Molr right because of the loes
of tha liarl's Court In tha Johnson affair.
WOMAN DUPED, ALLEGED
T boo man Seised on Cbarge of Rale-
lug Money Order to Pay $300.
Because he la alleged to huTe cheated
Barbara Androuskan. of Tacoma. out
of payment of money which she put up
as ball to keep him out of Jail. Charles
l ieuir. alias Barton, was arrested last
night by Detectives Day. Kpps and
Tart, on advlcea from Tacoma.
Paguay. according; to the story told
the detectives, was charged with as
sault with a deadly weapon after he
bad stabbed a man In Tacoma several
months ago. Barbara Androuskan
furnished ball and attorney'a fees for
him to light the case and. when he was
released, he was to pay her 1300 ha
had borrowed for ball and fees. It la
alleged that ha raised a postal money
order from tS to $300 and gave It to
her. When she tried to oasn me
money order she was told It was bad
and sought Paguay In vain.
A United States Marshal will arrive
tomorrow to take Paguoy to Tacoma.
on the charge of raising the money or
der. Barbara Androuskan lives at S0
East C street. Tacoma.
Charge Placed Against F. If. Baylor.
Fred H. Baylor, special agent of tha
Census Bureau, was arrested yesterday
on an Indictment by the Federal grand
Jury charring- him with aiding and
abetting enumerators to make false
and fictitious returns In the count of
the Chinese population. He was Im
mediately released on bonds and will
be given a hearing In a few days. Mr. I of Portland for many years and has al
Saylor has been a well-known resident ways borne an excellent reputation.
OH THE PACIFIC COAST.
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TWO-DAYS' CATCH OF TEOUT ON BIO KLICKITAT.
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T. J. ICOHHOV AXD A. t. HALt. WITH THEIR F19R.
Shop at Other Stores: Buy at The Owl'
That Important matter of economy will eventually prompt yon to make your purchases here "Owl" everyday Cut Eate Prices and Cut Eate
special prices sxe convincing of its leadership ia value-giving. Not merely a Question of buying here and saving, but of being satisfied of being
assured of the genuineness of The Owl Store's guarantee of purity, full weight and full strength. Test them for yourself and to your profit
when supplying your pure drug wants and other needfuls. ,
The "Owl" Store is the Portland home of the great
family of Eexall Remedies and Toilet Preparations.
Over three hundred of them, and we sell them all.
A DOZEN AND A HALF INTERESTING
tto Buthytnol Tooth
Paste for 12tf
2Bo S o x o d ont Tooth
Powder for. 14e
ISb Pcker"s Tar Soap..l4
25o Kofallne. 15f
S6o Castorla. genulne...l9()
6uo Grave's Tooth
Towder for 21e
5e Stero Cubes 25
too Stlilman's Cream...3Qtf
60c Swamp Root 30
60o Scott's Emulsion. -JiOC
60c GlycoThymollne 33)
$1.00 Pierces Pre
scription for 69e)
1.00 D. 6. D. Ecmexa
.. Remedy for 75J
11.00 Native Herb
! Tablets' for 75
1.00 Wine Cardul for..75
1.60 Fellow's Syrup 81. OS
1.76 S. S. S. Swift'.
Specific for 81.09
12.00 Succue A 1 t erana
for special... 81.39
LOOK TO OUR KODAK DEPARTMENT
To supply your Kodak needs. Ours is a complete de
partment, and our kodak expert will gladly advise yoti
as to how to secure pleasing results. Remember we do
DEVELOPING- AND PRINTING IN 24 HOURS
THESE fsTturdayd CANDY SPECIALS
Should Induce Yon to Test the Goodneea of Our Guaran-
, teed Pare Food Candles.
Raspberry Drops. Ib....l5d Chocolate Noug-atlnes.
Burnt Peanuts. . ..15 Hfc candy Yb. Jo
Chocolate Drops. lb..20 Salted Peanuts, lb 18
jfeanut purrs, id zuc
Chocolate Mints. lb...20d
Glace Pineapple, lb... 25
Chocolate Raisins, lb...30
THREE LARGE CAKES TODCO SOAP FOR 25tf
Transparent Glycerine, Oatmeal, Cocoa and Almond and
ElderQower. "Todco" is our own brand, so wa know
the quality is good. Three large half-pound cakes of
Todco Soap for 25S
NEW AND ARTISTIC
They've just arrived from
across the water t h e s e
artistically decorated Puff
Boies of papier mache.
Bath size. They go on
special sale today and to
morrow at one-third less
than their former low
prices of 75o and up.
Down Puffs for these at
and Back Combs
Ideal Barrette and Back
Combs, with gold inlay
and rhinestone setting.
Every woman will recog
nize in them exceptionally
good value at the special
price of 50.
Set of 2 pieces, extra spe
cial at 75.
Newest in Umbrellas
All the new handle shapes and ornaments
In Ladles' and Gentlemen's Umbrellas are
shown In them, and some have the aprins;-opeulng-
device and cases. All Ladles' Umbrellas are
tasseled. The 26 and 28-lnch lengths In both ladles'
and gentlemen's styles. If yours Is to be a "grood
service" umbrella, then It's to be found In this new
stock of ours. They're here, too, at every price your
price among- them.
Our $1.25 Umbrella at 97c
We told about them last week of how it would be difficult to dupli
cate them elsewhere for much more than the regular price. Tou 11
agree with us when you ee them.
THE PACKARD FOUNTAIN SYRINGE FOR $1.00
Has rapid-flow tubing, metal shut-off and set of three hard-rubber
pipes. This prloe is lltlte enough when you consider that the
Packard carries with It a guarantee. TWO-UUART SIZE FOR Sl.OO
$2.50 FCR THE AJAX FOUNTAIN SYRINGE, TWO-QUART SIZE
None better made than the "AJax" complete with two-quart ma
roon bag of best-grale rubber, black trimmed, and full set of acces
eorles. tj.2.50 is Indeed a low price for the A.'ax.
PLEASURE EXPRESSED ON EVERY
WHO USES A
We have them all
the best makes,
of course, and at
their lowest prices.
You can also se
cure the extra
blades here. You'll
recognize the fol
lowing as the best:
Gillette Razor at SS.OO
Auto Strop Razor at. 85. OO
Durham Duplex Razor at. .95. OO
Durham Derby Razor at...$2.5t
Gem Junior Razor at Sl.OO
Ever-Ready Razor at Sl.OO
Ender Razor at. Sl.OO
NEW LINE OF EBONY HAND MIRROR"
They're low enough In prlceor every woman to have
a good hand mirror. Plain ebony frames and French
bevel plate mirror as low at Sl.OO.
ELECTROPODES $1.00 FOR RHEUMATISM
Sufferers from rheumatism will surely find these
active electric footpads most beneficial. They're sold
under a guarantee and the price of (1 for the pair to
little enough for them.
ing combs, made
from btkfalo horn,
their hygienic and
1 a s 1 1 ng qualities.
Bear the well
known name o f
Loon en (France).
Barber size. The
prices are 4oc
Now Seventeen Stores on the Pacific Coa$t
SEVENTH AND WASHINGTON STS. PORTLAND
BUY BY MAIL
Regardless o f t h e
fact that distance
does not permit of
your making pur
chases personally at
The Owl e.ore. you
are assured of
promptness and sat
isfaction in sending
your orders to us.