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Royal Shoe Go., 229 Morrison Street, Between First and Second Streets
ost Astonedliis Shoe Sacrifice of Years
Owing to the lateness and backward Spring season, we find ourselves overstocked with new Spring 1914
styles of Shoes for Men, Women, Children, Boys' and Girls' Shoes, Oxfords, Pumps, Colonials, Baby Doll Shoes, Mary Jane Pumps, and
TTTE urOTlNTXG OREGOMAN. FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1914.
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.rare ono.e diock is urctereci do,
Sale Starts at 9 A: M. Today at 229 Morrison St., Between First and Second
Here Are Some of the PricesEntire Stock Priced Accordingly
For the Ladies
$3.50 Values Go on Sale
VX IV 'R 4
Lot 1 f en'n and Women'i
Kathroom SHpprm also In i 'V
f ants' Soft-Sole Shoes, pair
Lot 2 Ladies Leather
Strap HouHf Sllppem
and Sandals, rrmilarlr
XJ9 your choice at
J Men's Shoes
All styles and sizes, all
' displayed on tables, go at
Lot 3 CHILDREN'S PUMPS, Patent
Colt, Gunmetal or Russian Calf, go on
sale at, the pair. . .
Lot 4 Children's Shoes and
Pumps, ideal style for Summer
wear, Viet Kid and White Cin-
van Pnmpn, alsen 2 to 5 and 5
to all ro on sale at ........
Lot 5 BIG GIRLS' PUMPS, in Gun
metal, Patent, Tan, Calfskin, Solid
Leather Shoe, go on sale at, the pair. . . .
Portland's Greatest Sale of Children's Fine Shoes
lHt 3Tc Shtnola Outfits,
brant and hrlstol dauber
Ko on sale at..... .........
Lot 7 Vomm Finest
Oxfords and Pumps, all
leathers, styles, sixes, sro
STOCK CONSISTS OF THE
WORLD'S BEST SHOES
PACKARDS, SELZ, ROB
ERTS, JOHNSON & RAND
Men's $3 Shoes
Sale at $1.95
We have bunched a great lot of
Men's Dress and "Work Shoes that
formerly sold to $3.00, to be Bold at
this price, which is under cost. All
leather, either lace or button, tans
or black out they go at
STOCK CONSISTS OF THE
WORLD'S BEST SHOES
PACKARDS, SELZ, ROB
ERTS, JOHNSON & RAND
Men's $4 Shoes
on Sale at $2.35
Men's Shoes that formerly sold to $4
are in this group. The very latest
styles In either button or lace, tans,
blacks or patents, all sizes are rep
resented. Buy now at your choice,
whilo they last
Famous Royal $5.00 Shoes for Men on Sale at
BUY NOW. GET
ALSO SELZ ROYAL BLUE SHOES. REGULAR $4.50 AND $5.00.
THEM HERE. YOUR CHOICE, PER PAIR...
These Shoes are famous the world, over, and positively there are no better Shoes made
to retail at $5.00 or under. Think -what it means to be able to buy these Shoes now at
this great sale at this price. All styles, all leathers and every size is represented. Come, gentlemen, buy two
and three pairs. Union make. .
THE ORIGINAL CHIPPEWA LOGGERS GO ON SALE.
MEN'S RUBBER AND SPORTING BOOTS REDUCED
GREAT LOTS BOYS' $2.00 SHOES, ON SALE, PAIR, $1.40
SAVE THIS PAGE
NOTE THE LOCA
MARY JANE PUMPS f
Patent or gunmetal, hand-tailored bows,
LADIES, BUY YOUR SHOES NOW AND SAVE THIS IS THE GREATEST SHOE
SALE PORTLAND EVER KNEW. YOU MUST COME AND PARTICIPATE. THIS
SEASON'S LATEST STYLES HERE, ALL LEATHERS AND SIZES
Lot 1 Consists of Shoes that for
merly sold to $3.00. The styles are
late, and all sizes are represented.
Though we have only lace Shoes in
this lot, they are Shoes that present
a" wonderful saving at this .-price.
Lot 2 At this price, ladies, we have
both button and lace Shoes in any
kind of leather desired patents, gun
metals or kids, in tan, black, white
or Nubuck. The latest toes, and all
sites from which to choose. On sale
now at, your choice,
THE SHOES THAT ARE THE LATEST FOR THE YOUNG LADIES. THEY HAVE TAKEN THE
COUNTRY BY STORM. BUY HERE. REGULAR $4.00 VALUES
Most merchants haven't these famous Shoes to offer at any price. The demand is
greater than the supply. But we are not holding them back here. Most of yoa know
what they are. They are made with the low flat heel, and with the wide swinging full
toe. We have them in patent leathers, in gunmetal
229 MORRISON STREET, Between First and Seconds Sts.
Mens Work Shoes
Double service soles, in black or
tan leather, now priced at
HANSALL GETS 60 DAYS
MAN CONVICTED ON CHARGE OF
SENDING OBSCENE LETTERS.
Frffwalf r Rancher, Arrested In Decem
ber, Confesses, Denies It, Pleads Not
Gulltr, and Makes Flea of Guilty.
A signed confession, a repudiation
thereof, a plea of not guilty and the
ohanlns of the- plea to giilty were the
successive steps leading up to a sen
tence of 0 days In the County Jail
for C5. W. Hansall, of Freewater. Or.
The sentence was imposed in United
states District Court "Wednesday, the
charge being that of sending objection
able matter through the mails.
Hansall was arrested last December.
He wrote a confession January 4, but
at a preliminary hearing two months
asro entered a plea of not guilty. Held
in the Jail at Pendleton, he conducted a
revival meeting-, and, it is said, "con
ve-rted" six of his fellow prisoners.
"When he left Pendleton a few days ago
to come to Portland for trial it was
announced that he would fight his
case by using: insanity as a defense.
He was examined by physicians here
who pronounced him sane. Just before
his case was called he decided to plead
Hansall, signlns himself "Andrew
Jackson," Is alleged to have written
three letters, one each to a girl and
widow at Freewater, and another to a
woman at Pendleton. All of the letters
were turned over to the postal authori
ties because of their alleged obscene
Hansall has a fruit ranch at Free
MORE PRODUCE PROMISED
Fanners Pledge Themaehres to At'
teml Albina Market.
The Albtna lousiness Men' Clut is
making a determined effort to induce
farmers In the vicinity of Portland and
In Clarke County, Wash., to bring
their produce to the Albina market, on
Knott street, Saturday morning. The
market will be opened then from 8 to
11 o clock. The few farmers who came
Wednesday agreed to come again Sat
urday and bring bigger loads.
Wednesday a delegation in an auto
mobile made a trip through Eastern
Multnomah. County in the vicinity of
Gresham, and procured promises of
farmers to bring ln produce, butter and
eggs. Yesterday A. R. Zeller and T. L.
Adams made long trips through Clarke
County, Wash, and visited many small
farmers and urged them to come to tne
Albina market Saturday. Today other
trips will be made through the farm
Secretary Calef said yesterday that
assurances can now be given farmers
that they can sell everything they
bring to the Albina market.
UNION WIDENING FAVORED
Committee Appointed to Obtain Esti
mate of Cost and Plans.
At' a meeting of Union avenue prop
erty owners, held Tuesday night In the
Albina Library, Knott street, D. W.
Ward. O. E. Heintz, John Dick. John
H. Hall, Bruce Curry, J. R. Wldmer,
!. M. Lepper and F. Beier were ap
pointed to secure estimates of cost
and Plan of assessment for the pro
posed widening of Union avenue. The
committee was instructed to ask the
City Engineer to give the estimates of
W. P. Olds, whose home Is on Union
avenue, spoke against the widening as
Inopportune, as Union avenue is wide
enough for vears to come. He ug
gested that Grand avenue be opened
north, from Hancock,
John H. Hall, speaklnflr for the wid
ening, declared it was destined to be
one of the great highways of
land. Ij. T. Peery thought It would
cost a great deal of money, Somo
speakers suggested widening new, but
leaving present buildings until traffle
warranted their removal, A majority
vote favored widening. The attend
ance was smn.il. . .
CHILDREN TO KEEP DAY
CROWNING OF QUEENS AND MAY
POLE DANCES ARRANGED.
Celebration at Central Library to Be
Like Real Fairyland Other Affairs
to Take Place at Schools.
Children in various parts of the city
today will celebrate May day with
May-pole dances and the crowning of
May queens and with many elaborate
In the Central Library this afternoon
all the traditional observances will
mark the occasion as one of the red-
letter days of the year. Children from
the Alnsworth and the Davis schools
have gathered wild flowers to decorate
the hall and have transformed the
rooms into fairyland. At 4 o'clock the
little ones will assemble in the chil
dren's room for the May-pole dance, in
which Fernwood school children will
participate. In Library hall the pro
gramme will be presented. Miss H. E.
Marshall, author of many delightful
books, will tell the story of Robin
Hood and his archers gay. The May
queen will appear and the tiny guests
will be the fairies of the forest. Ladd
school children will assist in the en
tertaining. If the plans are carried
out it will all be like a wonderful story
in which the audience gets into the
make-believe world and nappiness ana
youth reign supreme.
At Mount Tabor school the teachers
and Principal Miller have planned a
spectacular pageant. In the iunkon
playground- there will be a May day
procession. Tne quean ana an ner at
tendants, robed in whit and carrying
garlands, will lead the march. Kleld
port and games will b enjoyed.
Vaulting and sack races will create
merriment. In booths (leaked in flaw
ers and punting will he found lee
cream and cakes. The hours set are
front I to 3 o'clock. The unique nr
raneatamt of the playground and the
careful lannlss ot tne la coarga jriU
make this one of the distinctive May
day observances. i
The Farent-Teacner Association oi
the Portsmouth school has planned a
May day festival, which will take
place this afternoon on the campus of
the school- A pretty feature will oe
a doll buggy parade In which the lit
tle girls will take part. Alice Young,
the May queen, will be attended by 20
pretty girls of the graduating class
and six of the smallest kiddies of the
primary department will be flower
girls. At several booths the women or
the association' will preside and will
sell candles and ices for the benefit of
the organization's work." Admission to
all these entertainments will be free.
LICENSE ORDINANCE DRAWN
Gasoline Filling Stations and Oil
Tanks on Streets May Be Taxed.
Licensing of gasoline filling stations.
fuel oil storage tanks and otner ar
rangements of a similar nature occu
pying parts of sidewalks or streets
will be made a part of the city s licens
ing system If the City Council adopts
an ordinance prepared by uommia
sioner Bigelow, which will be before
the Council this morning.
At present these filling and storage
tanks are allowed to occupy the streets
and sidewalks under revocable permit
granted by the Council. No license has
been charged up to this time. Com
missioner Bigelow proposes to make
the license S13 a year, the amount to
be paid in semi-annual, installments.
MORE - CLAIMANTS HEARD
Contest for Winters' Estate Expected
to End Xext Week.
Two groups of claimants to the es
tate of Henry I. "Winters were heard
at the escheat trial yesterday and at
torneys agreed that they probably
would be able to conclude the case by
the end of next week. Attorneys
Clark & Clark were presenting their
ease when court adjourned at night.
When they nave finished there win be
only four other groups to be beard.
At the conclusion of the case or tne
clients of Attorneys Lionel Webster
and A. V Mendenhall, of Oakland, who
represent seven litigants claiming
through Lewis Cllne Winters.Attorneys
Angell & Fisher, representing is claim
ants, were heard. These clients are
nephews and nieces and grandnephews
and grandnieces of a Henry D. Win
ters, the youngest or seven cnuaren
of Eljjjha Winters, who lled at Aurora,
N. Y, in 1868.
Claekaxnas Expects 12,500- Voters.
OREGON CITY. Or. April 30. (Spe
cial.) Although' the registration books
in- Oregon City will be open until 6
P. M. tomorrow and many of the coun
try Drecincts will not be heard from
until Saturday, indications are that
Clackamas County will have in the
neighborhood of 12,500 registered vot
ers this year. There are about 14,000
persons entitled to register.
Sweden Is on the verge of National pro
hibition of alcoholic beveraaea and tobacco.
20 &9T 20
Green Trading Stamps
given In addition to regular stamps
to any one bringing this ad and pur
chasing a hat in our store Friday
or Saturday, May 1st and 2d.
GOOD THIMXED HATS 81 .50.
Mayo Millinery Co.
4M I'nloa A venae. X.
One Block Soatk Rnasell St.
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