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THE MORXTXG- OREGOKTAN,
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Unique Souvenir of Elks' Reunion-Plates, Souvenir Spoons and Novelties-Visitors Invited to Use Our Rest Room-Let Us Help You En,oy Your Vts.t
Guaranteed Silk Hose $1
Here's a new brand in guaranteed Hose the best by
far that we've been able to find. We have the exclusive
agency for Portland they're called the
"Remember Me" Guaranteed
Five dollars wouldn't buy a better looking stock
ing than this make. One dollar won't buy their
equal for wear in any other store. If they don't
give you satisfactory wear you get a new pair free.
Pure thread silk, with lisle thread and flare garter
tops. Extra long 30 inches from heel to top. Come in
hlnpt xrTiitp and tan. You'll wear them fi 1 ff
till vnn forfrpt the small sum they cost you P V
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Olds9 Wortnuan & King
Only Store West of Chicago Occupying an Entire City Block
20c Wash Gods9Ydo9 Wc
Printed batistes, organdies and lawns in the daintiest of colorings and patterns. Plain and
fancy striped voiles are also in to. be had at this price. 5000 yards in the lot; regu- flc
lar 20c values ' banrainized for this Friday sale at the exceptionally low price, yard
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Remnants Ha If Price
Friday is remnant day and all plain and fancy
weaves m white ana printed wasn eooas
are on sale at just half the regular price
Doily Sets Half Price
Japanese Linen Embroidered Doily Sets in
many, artistic patterns; modestly priced
in the first place now offered at exactly
Women's $ Low Shoes $2.98
Pumps and Oxfords in a line of fifty different styles
all the best models; patent kid, patent calf, velour calf,
gunmetal and the best tan leathers; regu- 2p QO
lar $4.00 values, now selling at only, pair p.w.70
$3.50 Walking Boots $2.89 Pr.
They are of white Sea Island cotton duck and are
made with the best Goodyear welt soles and com
fortable height walking heels. A pop- 0 OQ
ular style underpriced, $3.50 values p.w07
Men's $5.00 Low Shoes at $3.29
Men's Low Shoes, a lot of 15 styles to select from and
not a poor model in the lot. Tans and dull or shiny
black leathers; preferred models and the 0 OQ'
smart shapes in toes; reg. $5.00 vals., pair pJOs
Vuiimni (DnieiN dDwM Ptu
Twenty-One Cash Prizes to the Most Popular Societies, Churches and Charitable Institutions
eunion Vis i tors
A Great Buy A Sensational Sale
Just 800 Wash Dresses at $3.85
The Greatest Sale Ever Offered in Portland
Suit Dept. Second Floor See Window
This shipment came very near being too late for the great Friday sale
we'd planned. A New York maker, famous for the fit and style of his
Wash Dresses, offered us the season's surplus at a ridiculously low price.
Take This Opportunity to Acquire
High Grade Furniture For Your Home
Mahogany Chairs and Eockers, upholstered in
denim chairs that combine comfort,' elegance and
practical utility. Regular $9.50 values f
priced for this Friday sale, at only J
$13.50 values for $7.95 $17.50 values for $9.85
English Fireside Rockers, upholstered in denim and
faced with mahogany also mahogany Rockers.
Wash Belts, Friday at 9c
A clean-up of many short lots of Wash Belts, slightly
soiled but laundering will make them fresh and neat.
Attractive buckles; regular values to 85c at Q
25c; regular values to 35c priced in this sale at
Combination Suits $1.29
A. decidedly dainty garment of cross bar dimity,
crepe or long cloth, made with open or closed draw
ers, trimmed in lace, embroidery, beading and rib
bon. Special Friday, t , OQ
;econd floor P &
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Save V4 or More on Men's or Boys' viotntng
Men's $15.00 Suits $11.25 Men's $20.00 Suits biv.ou
$25r$27.50 Val. $17.50-$30 Val. $22.50-$35-$40Val. $26.25
any Suit you select and regardless of the great reductions the styles and qualities are of
fl-in Loot W na'fiof mnrlola aro Tnnrlo ri cTifixT'Ti Tlion Tioco An insnPftifYn will Convince.;
Men's Suits, regular sold at f f O II Men's Suits, regularly sold T f 7 fh
$15.00 each, sale price only P J- J.drZJ for $25.00 and $27.50, now at V
And all other qualities are reduced in like proportion. Economical buyers will save here.
Every Boy's Suit Is Reduced at Least V4
Xorfolks, Knickerbockers and Juvenile styles; nothing in our huge stock is reserved. Even
(he staple blue serges go at this reduction. Clothe your boy while these savings are offered.
$5.00 values at only $3.75$ 6.50 values at only $4.88$ 7.50 values for only $5.63
..o cn ni oq tinnn mlnso f nnlir CT Kfi t10F.n TraliiPs fnr nnlv Sfl.SS
Regular $13.50 values in this sale $10.13 Regular $15.00 values in this sale at $11.25
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S WASH SUITS, $4.00 TO $6.00 VALUES AT HALF PRICE
That's how it comesthat these superb models sell for so little. One
and two-piece models; materials, lawns, batistes, dimities, crashes,
mercerized goods, piques, linens. Laces, embroideries, piping and
braid used for trimmings. Every size m the lot.
WASH DRESSES WORTH FROM $5 TO $15
ON SALE FRIDAY ONLY YOUR CHOICE
In Planning Your Camping Trip Let Us
Show You How to Outfit Economically.
$5.00 Blankets $3.50 Pr.
Mottled Gray Wool Blankets, especially suitable far
camp use, regular $6.00 values for only ti O Ctfl
$4.25, and the regular $5.00 values for pJJJ
Vicuna Wool Blankets, a re?
Plain Gray "Wood Blankets,
good size, $4 1 O
values, the pr.MaUl
Regular $4.50 d Q O
values, the pr. lltMtl
Regular $5.50 dQ Qfk
values, the pr.
White Wool Blankets, with
pink or blue borders, double
size; $6.50 values, $4.95; $7
values, $5.25; PJ 7 EZ
$8.50 values atpLJ f J
ular $4 grade, T0 f
at only, the pr. intJJ
$5 grade, spe
cial, the pair
$5.50 grade at
White or gray Cotton Blan.
ket, with pink or blue borders,
larce size, our (S t A
$1.75 values at J X TrJ
values, the pr.
$1.50 Barrettes at 87c
Your choice of our entire stock of shell effects in
barettes, plain or mounted; all the newest shapes and
styles; regular 85c values now selling at only Q7
q and thft TPfrular $1.50 values priced only
BOYS' HATS Any. Boy's Straw Hat in the house, including real imported d T OQ
Order by Mail
Latest shape Handbags of best
workmanship and several leathers
to choose from. Gilt, silver or
gunmetal frames, regular $4.00
values, choice for 0 QO
this sale at only JjWJ0
White Handbags, a season-end
Bale of the entire lot. Come in
He en, rep, silk and Irish crochet.
75c values, now only 48
$1.50 values, now only 98
$3.00 values, now at $1.98
$4.50 values, now at $2.98
$7.50 values, now at $3.98
Decidedly fetching novelties in
thu new genuine Italian coral
jewelry. Cameo rings, scarfpins,
brooches, necklaces, shirt waist
sets, etc. The' prices are modest.
Auto Veils $1.98
Lot of 50 chiffon auto veils, in
extra lengths, hemstitched, new
est shades, regular tf "f O
I J values, Friday jJ JL SKJ
Women's Neckwear at 25c
Odds and ends, but these neat neckpieces are taken from the regu
lar stock and only the new modes are included. Jabots, frills, stocks,
etc, some slightly soiled from handling, regular values up cy tZZg
to $1.00 each are placed on 6ale for Friday's sale at onlyOO
Trouville 35c Collars at Only 19c
TrouVille linen Collars for women are correct in style and unequaled
in quality. For Friday we offer our entire stock as fol-
lows: values to 85c for 48c, 3oc values placed on sale at JLS
Glenwood Butter 60c a Sq.
Some of the most particular families in Portland are users of Wen-
wood Butter they buy it because of its quality and like to trade here
because they pay so little. The regular price of a two-pound square
is 65c, and there's no question but that it is the best butter ""
value in all Portland, treat your family to a square; Friday OlC
Hotel Mushrooms, the can 18
English Walnuts, pound, 16
5-Minute Washing Compound, in
the package at 15c and at25
Marshmallows, . three tins 25c
M. J. B. Coffee, the three-pound
can, perhaps last time, $1.10
Dependable Coffee, 3-pound can
placed on sale now for $1.10
Demonst't'n grocery dept, 4th fl
Devil Cake, fresh baked, deliciously good, special at low price 25
A sale of Brussels lace Curtains
and a superb assortment " of de-
'signs to choose from. Floral and
all-over lace patterns predomin
ate. Are from 3 to 3 yards long.
Regular $6 values, pair, $3.95
Regular $7.50 values for $4.95
Regular $8.50 values for $5.35
Regular $10.00 values for $6.65
Refular $21.00 values tor $7.93
Corsets at $1.19
A corset bargain that will attract
still more when you remember
that peerless Royal Worcesters
are offered. Made . of batiste,
trimmed with lace, long hip, low
hnst fitt.pd with six supporters.
Special for Friday at only $1.19
Bon Ton Corsets, in batiste, coutu
and silk, medium or low bust, reg
ular values to $10 CP r f
for the low price ipkJmlb"
Marquise Corsets now at $3.98
Models that we are closing out, ,
materials are brocades.' fancy ba
tistes, coutils and silks. They are
mostly small sizes,
$5 values now for
SUKS. lney are
Great Sale of Women9 s
A heroic clean:up of all the trimmed models. The premier
bargain event of the season in the millinery line. Included
are the Pattern and Tailored Hats; in fact, everything ex
cerjtinff the Ostrich and Paradise trimmed. All bargains.
d1 Qtf buys any Hat
P -L in the store for-
merlv sold for ur to $1200.
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CkiZ buys any Hat m tne store tnat 10rmeriy SU1U
pOJ70 for $25 and up. Take advantage of this sale.
Fancy Feathers and Novelties Are Tremend6usly Eeduced
$12.50 Pongee Parasols $6.50
These are fine hand-embroidered Parasols ot imported pongee
silk, and the ribs are ivory tipped. It's a sale of pre- Eft
frrPfl sfvlps and values rim as hierh as $12.50. Choice P
o n buys any
PkJ in the store for
merly sold for $12.50 to $24.
$6 Pongee Parasols $3.95
Women's Imported Plain Pon
gee Silk Parasols, with ivory
tipped frames, at ZJO QT
the special price pfm7J
Women's $2.00 to 1 Q O
1.50 Parasols, spl V--
$6 to $6.50 Parasols $4.50
Women's Parasols, Persian cen
ter with . plain , borders, also
plain centers' with colored bor
ders, and a large variety of
other styles, very frfi fiJJ
srjeciallv priced at pJJ
Women's regular $2.00 Parasols specially priced at only $1.39
a Wo-p vjiriptv of Children's Parasols specially 1 OlZ
bargainized for this great Friday sale at 75c, 9oc and
Emp. Silk Underwear lU Off
Zimmerli Silk Underwear is maae ior me most particular wumeum iwnu.
of our regular customers' who have once bought Zimmerli will be satisfied with no
other. Now this, superior quality is on sale at prices greatly reduced. A few prices:
k. H Zimmprli Silk Union Suits, low neck, sleeveless.
Zimmerli silk' and lisle Union Suits, low neck,
sleeveless, fitted knee, $a values, 'VC
Friday the Suits are on sale at
Women's Zimmerli silk and lisle
f.aw weight, low neck, sleeveless, d A 1 EZ
mki lensrth. reeular $5.50 vals., PTT X J
Zimmerli Union Suits of fine silk, low neck and
sleeveless, cuff knee, regular $a.oU
iraiiim RDf-p.ial for tnis saie at
with cuff knee, regular $6.00 val- C 5 CZf
ues, on sale Friday for low price pixJXJ
Zimmerli Union Suits of silk and lisle, low neck,
sleeveless, ankle, length, superb Ct5 Qj
garments, reg $6.50, special nowf"Ot
Zimmerli Union Suits of China silk, low neck.
sleeveless, witn cult Knee, regu- UTfl fltT
lar $13.50 values on sale at onlyp0
CREW BLAMED FOR WRECK
Derailment of Shasta limited At
tributed to Xeglect of Orders.
I. Tt. Fields, superintendent of the
Portland division of the Southern Pa
cific, and F. U. Burckhalter, district
engineer, have completed their report
of the derailment of the Shasta Limited
Monday morning on a straight track,
two miles east of Rosrue River.
The derailment eccurred-on a fill 710
feet. Iodk 'and nine feet high. "The
non-observance of slow orders resulted
in the derailment." sav the report.
The damage is placed at $1000 to equip
ment, f200 to track, and 50 to the
That portion of the track, says the
report, needs lining and raisins; fre
quently during; the rainy season. The
crew of the train had been warned to
"look out for bad spots." as the result
of an observance of low spots the pre
ceding: day. The train was going 20
miles an hour at the time, it says,
and ran 429 feet after the. wheels of
the tank left the rails.
The Oregon Railroad Commission has
investigated the wreck and concurs in
the earlier findings.
SEATTLE DEMOCRAT HOPES
Million Tfrinka Republicans Will
Lioee Governorship In Washington.
E. C. Million, one of the Ave Demo
cratic aspirants for Governor of Wash
ington, is representing Belllngham
Lodge. No. 194 at the convention, but
his present home is in. Seattle, where
be is practicing law.
In speaking of his candidacy he said
1 was born a Democrat -and my plat
form is that of the state and National
Democratic conventions, which means
progresslveness. My campaign lor the
nomination at the primaries in Septem
ber is entirely on my personal record
in Skagit and King counties. The
Roosevelt Republican faction will prob
ably place in nomination Presidential
electors, but not tickets for state or
county officers. This vote will be so
scattered in this way that its strength
will not be recognized. Our primary
law is one that this election will settle
as to its efficiency for in effect it elects
the second choice of the voters,, not
their real preference and in some way
this should 'be- changed. I .have full
i.nnflii.nn and ARfturance that I will re-
IrVBive both, the first and second choice
at the primaries for the Democratic
nomination and as I believe it is sure
to be a Democratic year a Democrat
wUl sit In the Governor's chair at
Olympia during the next term."
CentraUa Will Help Feed Soldiers.
CENTRALIA, Wash.. July 11. (Spe
cial.) A part of the supplies for the
big military maneuvers which will be
held in this vicinity July 20 to 29, will
be purchased in Centralis, The farm
ers of this locality have been asked to
submit bids on 13 tons of potatoes for
the encampment ,
WOOLSEY REGAINS MEMORY
Operation' at Vancouver Also Re
stores Power of Speech.
VANCOUVER, Wash., July 11. (Spe
cial.) Paul A. Woolsey, who was in
jured by a pony bolting Into the crowd
July 4 and who has been in a semi
conscious state since, has regained his
memory and power of speech through
Two splinters of bone were found
pressing Into the brain and when these
were removed Woolsey almost imme
diately regained his memory arid
unench and recoarnized hia narentn. Mr.
and Mrs. B. O. Woolsey, of California,
who have been here several days. "
There is now hope that Woolsey wfll
Central la Depot to Be Ready Soon.
CENTRALIA. Wash., July 11. (Spe
cial.) Work on the new passenger
depot ln.Chehalls is going ahead at a
rapid rate. The concrete foundations
are .well advanced, the storage sec
tions of the freight depot are about
completed and the heating plant 1 be