Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, July 13, 1912, Page 11, Image 11

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    THE MORNING OREGONIAN, SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1912.
ELKS REUNION STORIES
(f I r I could only mafce our folks be
I lleve me when I tell them what
I've seen I shall be satisfied," said G.
S. Maxwell, of the Chamber of Com
merce of Dallas. Tex. "The develop
ment here Is beyond our highest an
ticipation. The new buildings have ex
pensive details in them that bring them
op to date and right Into line with the
best we can show our way or in fact
anywhere in America. This certainly
i.-- th. wnllest handled conven-
n&3 utvu . " " " '
tion I have had the pleasure of attend
ing. I am more than glad I came, and
I shall come again."
f(t AM not a man of many words."
I said Henry Brie, of Juneau, Alas
ka, "so you will not find me saying
very much, when I do say anyininu,
though, I mean it. Any city, I don't
mind where it is. that can beat this will
have to be going" some. The conven
tion was the best I have ever seen."
((IX vold of Kraft from the
r hotel and restaurant point of
view at any rate." said Brother Billy
Baxter, of Salt Lake City. "Thats
what I find here. It is the only city
where the hotels have not tried to ad
vance their prices. As a rule I expect
to spend, or rather I have had to spend
about $500. while I have had a better
time and done just as much here on
$150. and that is going to make me
come again. This city has established
a precedent by the courtesy that has
been extended to us. such as I have
not experienced even when attending a
National convention. And talking of
politics, it is the West that will hold
the political dictation in its hand in a
few years. What I am telling you Is
nothing but facts, and if my business
was In a condition to permit of it I
would move down here tomorrow. My
wife is going to stop behind when I
do go, so yon see she likes it Just as
inach as I do."
THE friendliness of the people and
the entrancing kind of weather
were two of the features of Portland
which were first noticed by William
K. Drlsland, district deputy of New
Tork, and a member of the Albany
lodge. "I Just hate to leave, for I have
never experienced such a great time.
' There Is no city of this size to com
pare with Portland, which, with its
wonderful climate and the unlimited
hospitality of its people, must attract
people by the thousands in the near
future.
"Judge Addington, also of New Tork,
was talking to me about It Just before
he left. . I know he thought as I do,
but he was also immensely pleased
with the legal holiday given for the
parade, a thing I believe that is un
precedented in the annals of Elkdom."
fflT IS very hard to tell your people
I here what I , think, for it has all
been so remarkable. The first thing
I noticed on my arrival was the num
ber of skyscrapers for the size of the
place." Such were the opening re
marks of D. H. Crowley, of Cheboy
gan. Mich. "And if I have heard it
said once I have heard it 200 times
that this Western hospitality we have
received in Portland makes us all wish
to migrate to this part of the world.
The 'news from home' feature which
The Oregonian has been running has
been appreciated by every Elk. and it
has never been .carried out before by
any other newspaper."
AMONG the foremost of unique fea
features of the convention was a
Japanese parasol of unusual si,
which was being carried up and down
the. streets by C J. Hahn and C. H.
Harder, members of Twin Falls. Idaho,
Lodge, No. 11S3. The parasol meas
ured approximately 16 feet In diam
eter, and was being used "to preserve
our complexions," one of the boys ex
JEROME B. DAT, of Moscow, Idaho,
f Lodge No. 249. is known as "Jerry
by every one of the 200 Elks that came
from that state, and all or wnom are
at the Portland. Mr. Day is one of the
owners of the famous Hercules mine.
As soon as the party had been fixed
for their stay, Mr. Day gave a check
book, with every leaf signed in blank,
to the secretary of the lodge with in
structions to see that it should not be
money that prevented all from having
a. rood time. What tnis mignt mean.
and probably does, can be understood
' when it is remembered that there are
tOO In the party.
THE same spirit of festivity that
moved some two dozen visiting
Elks to commandeer a city street
sprinkling cart and "ride the water
wagon uo and down wasningion
street Monday night, led another
bunch of visitors to attempt to put one
over on Sergeant Carlson, of the first
night relief.
Carlson was keeping a watchful eye
on Seventh street, when he suddenly
noticed half a dozen heavy-set and mus
cular Elks start a fight. Other Elks
hastened to interfere, and were drawn
into the fray themselves, until there
was apparently a small-sized street
riot in progress. Sergeant Carlson had
sen the nrellrainaries to tn deal, now-
ever, and. in spite of the excellence of
. the staging of the fracas, refused to
Interfere. Seeing this, the Elks desist
ed, remarking that Portland policemen
seemed to be too wise to be caught
napping.
EORGE MC AKTHT, of Tacoma
VI Lodge 174, who is in charge of Ta
coma headqu-rters in the Portland Ho
tel. Is perhaps one of the best-known
telegraph operators on the Coast. He
was sitting in his headquarters enter
taining some visitors, when he sudden
ly pricked up his ears and listened in
tently. A moment later he excused
himself and dashed out into the hall
way, returning in a few seconds with a
friend who was carrying a cane, whom
he at once led to the refreshment
counter. Then he returned to his duty
of entertaining guests.
"What made you leave us so sudden
ly?" asked a young woman in the
crowd.
McCarthy laughed. "Emergency call."
he replied; "that was another operator,
and he was standing out in the hall
way tapping out distress calls in Morse
with his cane. I heard the ticks and
rescued him. My. but he must have
been thirsty: look at him punishing
that punch over there.
WOWEN screamed in dismay and
- W pity, drivers brought heavy cars
to a sudden halt and solicitous in
qnlrles were made last night when
nearly a score of puppies, crusnea
under the wheels of the vehicles,
uttered their dvintr velDs and howls.
It was . the Kansas City crowd of
young men, putting on their stunt.
There were no dogs, no crushed and
mangled bodies and no need of pity.
The howls that died out in a last feeble
expiring yelp came from one of the
Missourians stationed immediately be
hind the car and the crowd that gath
ered about were accomplices of the
"show me" delegation.
W TELEGRAM was Just received by
J- August Menn, Jr., from San Jose,
CaL. Lodge No. 622, B. P. O. Elks, stat
ing that they had let the contract for
their new building, to cost 135,000. ex
cept furniture. The site, purchased at
a cost of 160.000, is located in the heart
of the city, southeast corner of First
and St. Johns streets, facing St. James
Park on the north. The old shacks are
now being torn down to make roomj
for their beautiful three-story building.
Blx years ago at the time of the
oarthauake. San Jose lodge went down,
and nearly out That never-fall spirit
of Elkdom took hold of the boys, ana
with a $1500 note staring them In the
face they purchased the old Methodist
Church property and went in debt over
$35,000. The mortgage on that prop-
Ai-tv was burned some four weeks ago,
and they have now started on their
new building, which, when completed,
will call for an Investment of $150,000
or more.
E. HOLCOMB, . designer of
San Francisco cadge, is such
the
clever sleight of hand performer that
whm he nut on a series of stunts on
the train coming to Portland, all the
women gave their Jewelry into the care
of the porters.
GRANT - Pauley, who designed the
classv watch badge of the Musko
gee, OklaJ, delegation, is the exalted
ruler of that lodge. In place of ng-ures
indicating the time on the dial,- are
the letters M-u-s-k-o-g-e-e, O-k-1
tk TF.th t hiAolc find Insrersoll
desitrn and it really runs. On it is the
Elks' head, clock and roses. A beautl
ful fob is attached.
THERE is much Joking around Med
ford headauarters about the nun
ber of politicians in the delegation
from the Southern city. Judge Prim,
r..,. xr uiiiBi- KnriftUat Councilman
County Engineer Harmon, A. W. Dean,
Captain oi tne muoow
.. . Plo.a.na PaBITIAI. WtlO IS IUH'
nlng for Joint Representative for
Douglas and Jackson counties on the
Democratic ticket and C. E. Whlsler,
on the Republican ticaei; aususi
C7i i.. ,.qaA fnr Sheriff: W.
Coleman. County Clerk: Fred Colvlg,
County Recorder; "Bob" Dow, Deputy
Sheriff; W. T. Grieve and John Demmer,
ex-Councllmen: also are Interested per
sonally in the coming election.
SWAIN BEATTT, of Caldwell, a
member of Boise lodge No. 810,
called on his old tlllcum. Bill Cuddy,
yesterday. Thirty years ago tney
helped put Caldwell on the map of
toKa v.. otirf thA town.. Bill, ran
the newspaper and Swain beat him to
it by conducting a aisseminaiur
dally news the swellest barber shop
in the territory; he also "doubled In
brass." the first requisite of leading
citizenship in those days, and ac
quired fame so rapidly tnat at io
time of the Lewis and Clark fair, the
n,.- innnintsil him s-eneral music
master of the state. Now with silver
threads- on his dome, ne lets tne
younger element make the muslo while
he recounts past glories.
ip HE Michigan Society of Portland
M naa maintained neaaqu&riors iun
wfwk at the ImDerial Hotel. Visit
ing Elks from that state are Invited
to register there and meet tneir irienas.
'
TW LTHOUGH J. H. Albright, of the
r Bremerton Elks' delegation, was
burned by the explosion of a clank
nn ), mtnipturo battleshln
Oregon, In the parade Thursday and
was rusnea to tne nospitai, o um uut
a 1n-fllT-lA fill SArlOUS enOUSTh
... .., t,im ,A waft until thftv mere
dressed, after he had arrived at the
hospital. The powder Durnea nis arm
somewhat and made a small flesh
wound, and under the pressure of the
momentary pain he decided to go to the
hofiDltaL v nen ne arnvsu o.i i . -
cent--, he was asked to wait in the
a..tw tVti- mnmAnr vtlll, at'
ui crams , u ... -
tpnHnntq nroeured the necessary out
fit with which to dress the wound.
When they returned, however, ne naa
gone.
-
memory of the "absent brothers"
I of the Elks, a special service was
held under the starlit skies Wednesday
.i.iit hv tha PAnriiAton loasre ro. mo.
Promptly at 11 o'clock the special train
stopped on tne prairies woat
tilla. The engine sounded 11 whistles.
and the Elks left tne train ana gaia
,h, Tha pnwhot band struck
up the tune of "Auld Lang Syne," and
the aseraoiea hubs toon up im
O SALEM, Oregon, ' lodge. No. 336.
J sprung a surprise at the close of
th Grand Lodge meeting Tuesday by
presenting the members with a carton
of Royal Ann and barooert uueino.
The committee furnished 2400 boxes of
the fruit. They were distributed to the
members as they passed out.
Special boxes were given to the of
ficers of the lodge and members of
committees.
COAL-BLACK pickanlnnys, Just like
tha "niggers" way down In Missis.
.inni in ornoA water melons and the
whole lot set in a natural cotton boll, is
the official badge of the jnerioan, miss.,
delegation of three men. There are
only 100 of the unique badges In exist
ence. The three Elks are Sol Suger
man, Ike Rosenbaum and S. C Moseley,
all of Merldan.
The pickinanny has black, curly hair
and regulation chocolate-colored skin,
and he rests serenely In his favorite
fruit. The watermelon is cleverly ar
ranged in the center of a cotton boll,
and the thorn or stem of the boll is left
for a handle. The Mississippi Elks
think they have the only badge in
town.
THE Idaho Elks' Band rendered an
Interesting concert last night at
the Portland Hotel. Features were a
cornet solo by Professor C. J. Carey
and a tenor solo by Claude Heard. The
Drorramme was brought to a close by
a ragtime concert.
tj V ATCH Tacoma grow!" exclaimed
VV a bystander, plagiarizing some,
what on the Tacoma slogan, as the
delegation from that city passed down
Alder street In Thursday's parade.
"Yes, and we did not bring them all
over with us, either," retorted a Taco
ma Elk in the line.
"Well, you have surely grown some,
then, since the last census," replied the
first man as he craned his neck up the
street In an attempt to get a glimpse
of the final line of four stalwart Ta
comans that was passing. -
, FOR YOUR HAIR
Here Are Facta We Want Too o Prove
at Our Risk.
When the roots of the hair are en
tirely dead and the pores of the scalp
are glazed over, we do not believe that
anything can restore hair growth.
But, when the hair roots retain any
life, we believe there is nothing that
will so surely promote hair growth as
will Rexall "93" Hair Tonic To prove
that statement, we promise to promptly
return all the money you pay us for
Rexall "83" Hair Tonic, should it not
please you.
Rexall "93" Hair Tonlo destroys the
germs which are usually responsible for
baldness. It penetrates to the roots of
the hair, stimulating and, by promoting
circulation, nourishing them.
Rexall "93" Hair Tonlo helps to re
lieve scalp irritation, to remove dan
druff, to prevent the hair from falling
out, and to promote an increased growth
of hair. It comes in two sizes, prices
60 cents and $1.00.
Sold only by The Owl Drug Co, stores
In Portland, Seattle. Spokane, San Fran,
clsco, Oakland, Los Angeles and Sacra
mento. .
Don't Fail to Visit Portland's Finest Store Before You Leave for Home Open Saturdays From 9:30 A.
M. to 9:30 P.M.
g. M JM H-VHa J M. HHW - aw " ,
Hello Bill! Take Your Luncheon Today in Our 4th-Floor Tea Room-Quick Service
BRAMAN'S
STOMACH POWDER
The majority of skilled physicians
will prescribe this medicine for in
digestion and dyspepsia when they
know of its wonderful success. We
sell it under our recommendation.
Child's Dresses
$2.25 Values $1.29
For little maids of 6 to 14 years,
made of white lawn and daintily trim
med with lace or embroidery. Reg
ular $2.25 values. Spe- fij f OQ
cial for Saturday only pi-a
ANOTHER LOT AT $1.29
These are made of figured or striped
lawns, made with Dutch neck and
short sleeves; ages 6 to 14 years;
regular $2.25 values. Jff OQ
Special for Saturday at P--eVi7
Middy Waists $1.49
The easily laundered and all-round
ideal Waist for girls' Summer wear.
Made of white duck with navy col
lar; 6 to 14 years. Spe
cial at this sale only
$2.49
Olds Wortman & King
Where Wide Aisles and Courteous Service Make Pleasant Shopping
The $6000 Voting Contest Is the
Center of Attraction for Visitors
Have Your Visiting Friends Cast Their Votes for Your
Favorite Institution 21 Prizes to be Paid in Gold
BORDEN'S
PURE MALTED MILK
Pure, rich flavor of creamy milk
and selected cereals, an easily -digested
food ready for use with,
the addition of water. On sale in
three sizes. Give this milk a trial.
65c Ribbon at
25c Yard
The newest effects, Dresdens,
plaids, checks, ombres and stripes
included; 10,000 yards in the lot,
values to 65c the yard;Of?f,
take your choice at only"-''
Elks Souvenirs of all sorts on sale
on first floor. 1
Chemisettes at
48c Each
Formed chemisettes, full bust
shape with elastic draw string at
waist; they come in white, ecru,
etc.; the regular : 75c i Gf
values; special at only"'
Dainty conceits in women's Jfeck
we&r new effects. See them.
$6.50 Hand
bags $4.98
Carry the newest shape and have
it cost you one-fourth less than
usual ; several,, leathers, well
trimmed; the regu- G?S Q
lar $6.50 values at P70
Special values offered in jewelry
novelties this week.
Sale Suit Cases
$2.25 Values $1.49
Matting Suit , Cases, light weight, in
expensive. Splendid for carrying your
vacation luggage. 24 inches long, 6
inches deep, with leath- fl? t a Q
er corners and handle. V'
$5 Suit Cases $2.98
Reed Suit Cases, with steel frame and
le.ather corners, with two straps all
around, linen lined, in- flJO QC
side pocket. $5 vals. at PaWeJ70
$23 Trunks $18.95
Three-ply, box style, leather covered,
full riveted, 2 trays, full linen lined,
two straps; regular JJ f Q Q
$23 values, spc'l at pXOei7
Women's Norfolk Blouses
Exceptionally Low Priced
Strikingly new and decidedly chic
are the new Norfolk Blouses for
women. A shipment has just reached
us. Made of linene, galatea and corde
line. All white white with colored
collars and cuffs or striped. Come
with short sleeves and patent leather
belts. The best selection you'l! find
in all Portland. $1.49, Jj QQ
$2.00, $2.75, $3.00 and V70
$42.S0SitkCoats
$21.45
Taffeta, double faced satin, benga
line and cloth of gold, trimmed with
laces or with satin, moire or broad
cloth collars and cuffs; values to
$42.60; special low CO 1 AEZ,
price at only, each
Another lot of changeable silk "or ;
pongee, newest models, with large
fancy collars, draped effects, trimmed ;
with braid, satin, etc., all sizes; val
ues to $28.50, at the C 1 f Q?
very low price of rIvitJ'
.
L: If $ 1 f f ATL - 'iya
A I i HI K V
Women's Wash- Dresses, made of.
gingham, linen and cotton voiles.
The linen dresses are trimmed with
sailor collars and embroidery colors
white, pink and lavender. Gingham
in stripes, trimmed with plain mate
rial, lace and insertion. Cotton
voiles 'in dainty striped . effects,
trimmed with lace and piping, low
neck, sailor collars; spe
cial values? priced at W V
-A Great Cleanup
of Women's
Suits
Th materials are whiricords. diaeon"
als, cheviots, mixtures and novelty
materials. Laces, satin, braids and
vatine are used as trimmings. Plain
tailored models are also to be had.
Cutaways, Norfolks and a number of
stout models are included in the lot.
The regular values are $25, $28.50,
$30, $35, $38.50 and U Tii0
up to $85; choice at ' t5
Select Apparel for Your Vacation Trip
While These Bargains Last
Women's Silk Gloves
at 33c Pair
Whoever has too many pairs of Silk Gloves? Who
ever saw such bargains as these on good Gloves? They
have double finger tips and are perfect in every way;
white only; sizes 5y2 to 6y2; regular 50c qual- DO
ity, bargainized for this sale at the low price JJ
Women's Kid Gloves, two-clasp
over-seam style ; 15 0 0 EZ(
pairs at, the pair, only
WHITE KID GLOVES, the fa
mous Trefousse make, 16-button
length; regular $3.50 Of
values, at the pair p6i.JJ
Chamoisette and Silk Gloves, 16
button length, the 6ilk in black,
white and colors, the chamoisette
in white or natural; not all sizes
in tha lotr, $1.00 values ;
special, the pair, for only-'"'
Women's Union . Suits of white
lisle thread, low neck, sleeveless,
lace trimmed or tight f27g
knee; special price, only "
Women's Lisle Vests 22c
Sleeveless style, with crochet or
lace trimmed yokes, white only;
good 35c values, special 00
for Saturday at only
Men's Fine Suits
Save lU
Youve Simply Got to Save Money
if You Buy Your Suit Here
They're All Reduced
It doesn't make any difference what
style; fabric or size you select no differ- n
ence what price you pick you save one
fourth or more on any suit in our huge
, . stock. Why not take advantage dress
well for little money. Just try us once.
Boys9 Suits Are All Reduced
50c Hose at
Because this is the end of a huge
lot, these lace boot white hose sell
for half the intended retail price.
Double heels and toes ; O CZf
regular 50c values at only-''
Women's Burson Seamless Hose,
in plain or silk lisle, with double
heels and toes, garter tops, knit
to fit the leg without a O EZf
seam, 3 pairs $1, 1 pair
'LadyViolet'
Hose 25c
Silk lisle, garter top, seamless,
double heels and toes, come in
black, white and tan ; O Ef g
special low price at only
Child's Holeproof Hose
The original guaranteed Hose, fast
bUck cotton, with holeproof knees
as well as feet. Six pairs are guar-
anteed to wear for 6 months new
$6.50 Go-Carts at $3.98
Folding Go-Carts with adjustable
back; has 10-inch wheels and 3-8-inch
tire, steel frame, light weight ;
a regular $6.50 Go- Q QQ
Cart for only, each
$14.50Carts$8.95
Folding Go-Carts with ball bear
ings, gopd steel frame, upholstered
seat and" back; have good springs;
a regular $14.50 Go- O Q CZ
Cart for only, each pJ.i7J
Folding Gc-Carts, with 10-inch
wheels and good tires, frame made
of good, strong steel, easy running,
wood handle and arm J? C
rest; $7.50 value at p -
$9 Go-Carts $5.95
Has upholstered seat and back, has
wind shield to keep wind off of
baby's back and head; 10-inch
wheels; the regular. JJtf ChZ
$9.00 value; special .pJ.rJ
Correct Shirts 95c
One-fifty is the regular price of
the Shirts that we are selling Sat
urday at 95c each. Soft bosom
Btyles, in the latest striped pat
terns, well finished, a regular
$1.50 quality, for one CZs
day, at this low price w
Night Shirts for
$1.25
The best fitting sleeping garment for
men. Cut in bell shape, allowing
unusual fullness at bottom; 60 inches
long, best muslin, and 2J T O GL
braid trimmed; at only V1"
Cooks and Waiters9
Wearables
Cooks' Caps, priced at, each 20$
Cooks' Aprons, 20S 30S 35
Bar Vests, $1.25 and $1.50
Butchers' Coats at, each $1.50
Ceoks' Pants at, the pair $1.50
Waiters' Coats, frog trimmed or
military collar, at I J J1
only $1.00 to .iJU
uEverlas ting" Hose
$1.25 Box
Light weight but they wear. One
pair for 25 or box ZJ T O
of 6 pairs, special at P-.a
Men's Underwear
at 49c
Broken lines of Men's two-piece
Underwear, shirts in all sizes and
drawers in small sizes only; regu
lar values from $1.00 to ACkr.
$1.50 the garment; special
New Wasli Ties at
5c Each
Fancy weaves in the Wash Ties
so necessary to Summer dressi
ness. Colored bars, stripes and
fancy figures; new; spe- Zf
cial values at this price
Women's Low Shoes at $2.98 Pr.
Best leathers in tan or black, best models in Pumps, Colonials and Oxfords.
All sizes in the lot; leathers include patents, vici kid, gun- fiJO
metal, velour calf, tans, etc. $4.00 values, special today at fW
ones if they don't. J?Q fkfk
Box of 6 pairs for
Mdurine
For the Skin
See the demonstration in our
rest room, second floor. Have a
woman who knows explain how to
keep young and beautiful with the
Maurine treatments. A specific
remedy for all skin and scalp
troubles and thorough proof that
it will do what you want it to.
Ivory or Fairy Soap, 3c
That's the kind of bargains you like a cut price on an article Qf
that's well known. Either of these toilet or general use Soaps
Toilet paper, 1500 sheets at 10
Scott's Paper Towels, pkg., 39
Woodbury's Facial Soap, ck. 15i
lOo Vendura Glycerine Soap 6
Dr. Stuart 's Buttermilk Soap 18
50c Graves' Tooth Powder at 25
Toilet Soap, Lilac, Rose Glycerine,
regular 10c cake, special for 5
Jergen's Oatmeal Witch Hazel
and Buttermilk Toilet Soap. Regu
lar 5c cakes, on . sale at only 3
Hand Scrub Brushes, well made;
regular 25c values, special, 15
75c Hair Brushes, special at 50
Clothes Brushes, 75c values, 50
Tooth Brushes, 35c values, 17
Tooth Brushes, 15c values, at 8J
All Rubber-lined' Traveling Cases,
Special for Saturday at Vi OFF
Bathing Caps, silk or rubberized
cotton, special this sale Vi OFF
Roger & Gallet's, also Pinaud's
Toilet Soap, 25c values at 15
Odds and ends of Toilet Soap, reg
ular 5c cakes, special price, ea 3
Armour Toilet Soap, 3 cakes in
box ; 15c value, special at 10
Nail Buffers, regular values up to
50 o each; choice at this snie, 25
Rubber Sponges, 50c' values, 33
Talcum Powder, 15c box only 9
S5c Scissors, all sizes at only 19
Mirrors, Powder Puffs and novel
ties; regular 25o values for 19
Mosquito Talcum Powder, regular
25c value, special price, only 21
Imperial Coffee 28c
We challenge all Portland to produce the equal of this Coffee in bulk
goods even at the regular price -40r the pound. We know what
the berry is and how this coffee is roasted so recommend OO
it highly, and Saturday the price is only", the pound 'at'-''
Graham or Oatmeal Crackers, spe
cial for Saturday,' 3 pkgs., 25
New Potatoes, 14 pounds, 25
Norway Mackerel, two for 25
When you're planning that pic
nic lunch remember that the most
tempting things to eat are carried here and cost little ; Deviled ham,
ox tongue, potted ham, lamb tongue and lunch tongue in glasses. Also
domestic and imported cheeses and sardines. - Take advantage of tis.
Stuffed Olives, the bottle 35
Grogan's Ripe Olives, can, 20ft
15c can Pimentoes st only 10
Cooked Corn Beef,' pound 35
Picnic Cookies
6 Brilliant Basement Bargains
True, economists who have shopped discriminatingly have always found that the
same merchandise offered in our basement is frequently sold in other stores for
prices nearly double what they pay here. Suppose you try. Bargains every day.
Women's Linen
Coats $4.95
You can see at a glance that these
coats are made of good material
and you've only to slip one on to
see that the style is good. Plain
tailored, with military collars, fine
for auto wear; $7.50 QJ
values; special only
Women's Lisle
Gloves 43c
A timely ' sale -16-button length
Gloves of fine grade lisle, in black,
white, gray and tan. Complete
range, of sizes, too; regu- Ji
larly 75c the pair; special
A Good Corset
for 48c
They have fit and 6tyle, made on
the lines that present styles call
for. The material is a good qual
ity of coutil, four hose supporters
attached, sizes 19 to 30
special low price at on!
?;48c
Men's Neckwe'r
Only 19c
New Four-in-Hands, the kind of
ties that you'll be surprised to
find on sale at so low a price.
Neat patterns in good silks, regu
lar 35c and 39c ties ; spe- T Chf
price at only, basement 74
Women's $5.00
Shoes $1.69
High or low shoes are included,
and you may choose oxfords,
pumps or Colonials among the low
cut models. Black, white or tan,
all the leading leathers and lasts;
values to $4 and $5 flj "1 fZCk
the pair at, special jyJ-.Ji7
Men's Pongee
Shirts 69c
Just the shirt you want for Sum
mer wear. Cool, always neat and
easily laundered. Made without
collars, very neat pat
terns; regular $1 shirts
t69c