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THE MORXIXQ OREGOyiAy. jrONDAT. AUGUST 23, 1915.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
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IX... Uo. roa.- ar. to rtd. to th. Ku
llrUlo xtioolhou... If th. th or
li. p.opl. ar. rrrt-l out. Th.
L4CA Improm.nt Club ald f"r a
BW iHhoot d.trlot. fcBt tBl T.1U.t
waa not appre-1 by th boundary
bnart llo"i. th board forrd th
rq x.t tht lh chlldr rv-l tran
p.rtttoa i lh Kulli:i" hoot
fttt.. lhldr.n of Vinlutl Tarli llr.
too fr to U. but rt'1ot n that
trAB,portation will l. th. txhool
yrobL.na f r ih.m.
Tatrr rr PrfA r'ittx Thr4
wits th. thctt of 4J J-inta of i-lnch
,ar pir. IrinA '" fcr "III '"
trtAj In MunKlpal OourJ lodar ih.r.
It l a'.id. ordrd IM r1" from
No'ttn.hara l'a and thr.. Ioa.I r.
dilr-.l. It l rhrrd thAi h. rold
It to M. Hard, and to th. Northwot
rtp. Company. llii'M II oul of
Ih. iran.Ai-tink nm bm paid for th.
lp. In i firt r'''a tw-hi.r waa r
r.ntiir rl.d from ru.to-lr. h
t.p-td of raln bad thtcki, on btJ
pr..ml lo bo t
Muair TrtJ r S'rrH Ann'.
tr V tr K. Arvlr"i. a mtinarr.
Ca a" ttlurd I lr lat tiicht
11 t! Vrlril fr. tthid!t fhtir.h.
I at riand.'. lM rUt Kif tT-f If tn
tr.t. la whl.-h h ttj of Iho -p.rtni-
throu! whU-h h. And hr
o.bP'l. R .V M Ar'iron. paaard
wbU. lrinff amonf t.i. aTava of
Cap. c.'L-nv. .otb Afrt-A Mta An.
dr.n aa. an lnlr.tin; aro-int
of th J.mrn.T baca t' Amr:a throu
iaa wat ion h. wilt to womrn
onTy tomorrow nlsht In :m vhurch at
H. II. HTTira will b. tt rrmrlpal
liwtarr today at II li at tf.. luncheon
f tho Fatt l"-d II i'r-.. Mn Club.
I. b. h-ll at Kr-i Mm. Hall. HIS
Kail Morriooa trrt. Ilia tor'e wt:i
ha -Tio Ktr-anr Within Our il."
H. will ar.ait rralntr of th. tourtt
travrk Oaor.a E. Mrdr. Iho nw man
ACr cf Ih. I'ortland Cfcamb.r of Com
trmtc. will b. th. rit of honor and
wilt t'.f A trt adUr.aa.
fj Wjirra T Tmi PaLtca Utrn
TViliam ;araith. rtntrd In Th.
pall, o a rhar. of forry. waa ar
raat.d Saturday by rTttlr.. mlth
ad Cradlooa and Tatrolmaa Erndi-r.
In company witb E:hl Kinf.n. Oal
braitb will b. rt-irnd t Tho Tali.
wt:a hnff Chr;man. Tha alrl !ft
bar hnft-r.. and baby ta run away
witb Oa.braitb. but tho form.r prom
load U taao br bark
ftrarr Onanrr to J. P Itrr
Hast Char-d f.f .r.t.r. th.
aoaad limit In hta automobile at Mil
vaukia and C.st.r .tr..t. at o'clock
y.t.r.lar. J. B. Honytnan wa ar
raat.d by MotorcTcl. Patrolman Emn.
Tb. offi-rr rrcrtd that b. waa font
B.arlr l' rr.n.a aa bouor. Th. ra.
will b. fcrard la Muclc!;al Court today.
Aurirri Venn to Vrrr The Al-
I. rta Woman' ImrroT.rn.nl Club wilt
Bt..t ToaJay rift at tha ridnc
.of Mra. Jorhln. R. haro. 1JJ Kart
Tw.eT-four:h trt North. "Ji.lf Hrlp
an4 PoT.Iopm.nt wi:i bo dt-a.d
All wbo ar. Int.r..ta4 ara Invltad.
T.a&.ra will b. w.icom.d.
W. C. T t" T rr arr TrraTvaT T.
WlKarJ W. C. T. U". will bold aa all
day m.otlnjr at tb. houa. of Mrm. An
d.raoa, ' Jaaacp .tract. Tu.aday. Of.
flc.ra wi:t b. .l.ctad for lha coming
(ttoraroem IS by K-Kn baaam.ot.
141 Korrtaoa t. or wf!l cJlTida for two
rarti.a. A. B. 5:.lsbA b Co. :i
Corb.tt bli Adr
C. H. tailor, witb Cbarl. R
Turtay Co, Plttnck block. Adv.
' fra Boos i Cat t OA PanrrrM.
T. W. BAltaa A Co. Main Ui. A Uti. A4.
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Cura Staat Mtaai Cahpaioic.
Tha North Portland Comra.rrlal Club,
E. it. Orth. prcaid.nt. haa atartod A
m.moarahlp caropAlan. and In th.
aulc weak will a.nd oat ') l.tt.ra to
former mem bar, aakloa th.ra to ra
n.w their membarahtp and tak. part
in tha club act:m lht Fall and
Wtnt.r. Tha club baa Adopted tb. elo
ean. -A dollara worth of a.rrlca for
ry dollar of tha taapayara mon.y.
ul aeek tha aaalatanca of All for
m.r ns.mtt.ra And aa mAoy naw imm
bra aa poaalbl.
baaament apartment at 447 Main atreet.
occupied by Mr. and Mr. Barn.y rim.
W. J. iberman and Mary Brown, a
window curtain bad bean left rmlaed.
InadTertently. and at an aarly hour
aaterday momma patroliriAn Wrlht
In pa:n obaervad a Itttla party In
proa-reaa. Ha did not appro. of the
Datura of th. celebration and accord
insly placed ail four under arr.at on
a c.'iATg. of tiaodcrly conduct.
Two He XT it Calaj-ooia MocWTarsm.
Dr. H.nry Adi and tr. L. A. Wla
Uft Saturday maht by aotomoblla to
Oakland. Or., f r a 4r bunt In th.
CatapooiA MountalnA At Oakland th.y
will meet a party from Roeburs and
I.at. for tha mountain today. Tbey
Miaoio rot XDCR Ta WAH.
fRt-UirTKU aao UAH Abu.
Rev. Maarlc Rabca.
Tha war In Europo waa pre- I
dlctad !M4 yaar aco la tha
Scripture, and th natlona now
nfiitd in tb conflict ara but
pawna that ara worklnaj out tha
biblical prophecy. K.r Maarlc
Ruben, founder of th New Cove
nant Mlaamn and on of th lead
er In th. movement to Chrtetlan-
lie th Jaw, aald yeatcrday.
Ruben will apeak at t
r A. at 1 o'clock to- J
the Y. M. C
richt on -Tho Tlcklnc of th
Cl-Hk" and tomorrow noon on
Th O.ruu of a Kiel" II I
a!o apeaklna In a number of
Portland churchea on tha general
ubject of lb "Comma of tb
Jew to ChrlaC"
will be absent on wek. Th entire
party la wearina red atilrta. to prevent
damer of shooting on another.
Ci.txw Curn To Mrar. Tha Glen
coe Huilnaas Men Club will hold a
pei-lal meetlnr tonlebt at Belmont and
taat Forty-fifth alreeta to hear the
report of tb committee appointed to
make arranaementa for a get-together
entertainment. Th club plana to II
luminal Belmont alreet eastward from
r.at Thirty-ninth atreet. If property
owner will co-operata
rir Cnwt.rT Jtmxrin Bor
rowma from MrA Delia Balwell
on th. pronilx. of aecurlnc an $30-a-month
Job for her crippled hunhand will
roil Charle. Crowley 10 daya In JalL
He received thla aenienr. Saturday
when found cuilty of larceny by Mu
nicipal Judge .tevoraon. .
ra. F. E. Moo a a, osteopath, returned.
FIVE FIGHT III NIGHTIES
TWO WOMEX, TWO SIEV AXD ROT
Air la ellly of r.labtee.th
W aaklaclaa aireela Heat by 5era
aad Braise Art Many.
Th. arrramlnr of women, th. cursing
of nirn and fie breaking of atlcka
arouaed the netshborhood at Eighteenth
and Waahintvn alreeta y.aterday
morning at i and caus.d I'atrolman
Mallon to tnnk that a riot was In
prottr.a. As h. rcacb.d th. s.n with
ciub drawn and decks cleared for action
a tn-in mn from 'aahlni;ton street.
cUavl pursued by a woman.
Th man waa dressed In decided n-ll-e
pajamaa and th woman, wbo
w or a kimono, carried A long stlrk.
from the and of wblcn several nail
wr. protruding. Tha ntan ran plump
Into th arm of Officer Mallon aod th
woman halted and iro to turn her
pursu.t Into a strateclo retreat. .Vols
continued In th paageway between
ih bouses at ti and Washing
ton, and th. patrolman unearthed mora
bel'U.erent there. All the flit liters had
entered Into the Jo oua meie aana
After a UttS. tnvestlaatlon Patrolman
Mailoo finally weeded out Annedia
i'uin. Louis Cux:n. Jessie tlrecdin.
Harry Conrad And Joseph Conrad a th
rhtrf warrior, and summoned tb pa
iroU which arrived with Patrolmen
lu rk and Butler. Louis Cuxln proved
lo be but li years oid and was turned
over to th Juvenile Court. II waa on
of ih. mor. actlv. panic "lighting aa
tnoub crasy," according to the offi
cer s report.
Patrolman Malion fal'.ed to discover
baste reasons except that tb Cuslns
apparently bad censored th mod of
living of their neighbors to th extent
of offering volual protest, which pre
cipitated armed resistance and retalia
tion, ftlcka. stones, everything that
was not nailed down, flew about during
th male, and th physical condition
cf som of th belligerent following
th fray tactlhed to th seal with which
blows war dealt.
LIFE INSURANCE MEN.
The announcement on page t of thla
Issue Is of interest to ambitious life
underwriter a Adv.
Sooth Bend May Get Creamery.
CENTRAL! a. Wash, Aug. ii. There
are prospects of a creamery being es
tablished en tha South Bend branch
of the Northern PaMf.e. a creamery
man having spent last weeic there In
vestigating the resources of a proposed
r:ant. ascertained that th.r are
about 409 milch cows In and about the
town and that about 1300 pounda of
better fat axe shipped out Annually,
most of tala going to Seattle, where
low price ara obtained.
Kn cbt Sboe Co..
Morrison itrt. nsar Broadway, fl and
It Pumps and Military
sis and widths. U.tS,
pairs, .small stsea, tc
tha pair. Adv.
remry tlxee (hert Jess tskas a featX U
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FIRE GHftSES SO OUT li wP TUT DA WTO'S
Lodgers Flee in Night Dress
From Esmond Hotel.
FIREMEN CHECK PANIC
Empty Rooms Swept by name That
Start From Myaterloua Source
la Commlsiton-IIouaoDamafe) '
Placed at 930 tVO, Insured.
As Barnes licked n th Are escape
on the weat front of the four-atory
Esmond Hotel building. At Front and
Morrison streeta. shortly aft.r a o'clock
y.at.rday morning, about SO lodgara.
wakened from slumber by tha amok,
and shouts from without, fled In a pante
from wlndowa on th north to a en-
story building, and from th remaining
Br .acape on th south aid to th
Three alarms were turnaa in. moat
of tb spparatus on th Wet Sid re
sponding, and by efficient work th fir
waa quenched with total damage esti
mated At 13900. fully Insured.
Th lodgers fled In nlgbt dreaa. but
aside from tha exposure, which, con
sidering the weather, was ncEllble,
were unharmed. Most of th room
swept by th Or were unoccupied but
Flre started, from an origin later In
vestigation did not reveal, la th store
of a commission man. M. E. O'Connor.
at 14 Front etraet. It awept up the
outside of the building, breaking Into
three room In tha Esmond Anneg and
four rooms In the Esmond Hotel. The
(Ira eecape marked tb pathway of th
The Esmond Hotel building Is owned
by Julius L, Meier and the Esmond
Annex by F. W. Leadbetler. The dam
age to the building Is estimated at
00. At tha Esmond Hotel. O. Okl.
proprietor, damage la about t00. The
damag to th Eamond Annex. M. Oga,
proprietor, la about 1400. The loaa to
air. O'Connor la estimated At 80. All
That there were no accidents and
possibly loss of Ufa In tb scramble to
get out of the burning building 1 prob
ably due to tha work of Fir Captain
Dolson. Fir Captain Heath and the
men of Truck No. 1. who helped the
lodger to escape. The Art waa very
hot for a time and many were badly
frightened, making tb work of tha
Jay Stevens, assistant chief, waa In
charge of tha fire, assisted by Battalion
Chief xlolden. ,
YUMA'S ACT IS WEIRD
ALL EMPRESS MEMBERS ARB AC
BUI Iarlade Variety ef Slaglag, Paa
tomlna aad Acting Xew Or.
ebeatra W'laa AppravaU
"Giver of weird eelxures" la Tumi for
-ne'e a devil" In bta Impish red. spark
ly costume, and one of the moat weird
and uncanny creatures that can be
Imagined. Thla mysterious contortion.
1st winds himself Into so many knots
and performs so many unearthly antics
that At times be resembles a mechan
ical dummy. On his swing Yums
"turns himself inside out" and revel
In superhuman feats possible only for
the most skilled contortionist.
Ills supple body becomes a red ball
wound Around by his long flexible legs
as he swings by his toes from Hie
ropes on the Empress stage, for. al
though Yuma la seven feet high, he
puta himself Into a two-foot square
box without the slightest apparent ef
fort. Ha! Ha! for the "County Fair." with
all Its freak and fun. as presented
by Hager and Goodwin, two clover
comedians who sing and jingle out
their original funny songs with voices
that are good ami gay, and a piano
full of melody. Their specialty Is a
realistic and catchy Interpretation of
a perfectly funny old-fashioned county
fair, with everything represented, even
to the snaka charmer.
Melodies, old and new. from four
harmonic saxophones are factora of
the entertaining musical number by
M.ss Darling and her three attractive
maidens with their melodious instru
ments and pleasing songs.
Clever and attractive are Irlne Bur
ton and Tom Kerr, who talk In words
of the violins. Each of these In
genious entertalnera la the possessor
of an almost human violin, and what
these "fiddles" say ran be perfectly
understood. With this ss th means
of a humorous fllrtstion And som
appealing street melodies they make
their set a popular one.
Bongs from "Old Virginia" and the
land of the Shamrock, interspersed
with a sea strain or two. are sung
entertainingly by Marie Gearing, who.
with W. L, Uearin, haa an unusually
tine Illustrated songalogue.
"Too Many Burglars'' Is a rousing
comedy, with a good cast of five. The
situation of a real burglar mixing
up with a masquerade robber, a sailor
lad. aa Irish policeman and a pretty
girl becomes a lively and happy en
lanElemvnt, The new orchestra was
a potent factor In making the Empress
bill the attractive show that It waa.
THE marriage of Mlaa Lillian Larson
and Charles Casey Is to be an even:
of eVptember. Thla will be a favorite
day for meddinga. several having been
announced for that date. Miss Larson
was honored on Friday at a miscellane
ous shower given by Miss Alma Wall
berg and her sister. Mre. A. J. Flke.
About 3i guests assembled for an in
formal party. Dainty gifts were show,
ered upon the Attractive young bride-elect-
Tha grounrla were beautifully
decorated with gay Japanese lanterns
that were strung from the treea and In
tbe canter of tha lawn under a bright
canopy waa arranged a table from
which the al fresco supper was served.
Over the tsble wer hung kewpies.
hearts and streamers. Each place was
marked with a dainty favor. Among
those present were Mr. and MrA R
Dwyer. Mr. and MrA O. H. Wallberg.
Mr sn1 Mrs. C. O. Larson. Mr. and Mrs.
Only Company "Exclusively Oregon"
Best for Oregonians
nome Office, Corbett Building, Fifth and Morrison, Portland
A. L. Mills,
For More Than
Half a Century
this bank has maintained satisfactory
business relations with the community
at large. Perhaps it is your father's
or grandfather's bank. You can safely,
make it yours. Open a savings account
in this strong state bank and make
your money earn more money.
Attractive Interest Paid
on Saving Accounts
and Time Deposits
LADD &. TILTON BANK
Capital and Surplus
Two Million Dollars
I Oldest Bank j
1 Northwest ftfTj
O I Soderburg. Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Meiers. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fike. Mr.
and Mrs. W. Bsumann. Mr. and Mrs, J.
Lucks. Mra A. Larson. Miss Clara
Krueger. Miss Alms WAllberg. Mlaa
. ..i c i i u T Ull.r. TAnon.
UII1SU cuu J
Mlaa Laverae Lucks. Miss Dorothy Bsu
mann, George eoaeroerg. -n' v--w,
Kyle Hurley and Edward Meiers,
a a a
Miss Eva Den ham. of Washington,
n. C. Is visiting her cousin. Mra H. H
Northup. of Portland Helghta.
To celebrate th seventy-sixth birth,
day of David Close, a bonfire and pro
gramme were arranged last Thursday
night by his friends, who assembled at
an attractive location on the banka of
the Clackamas River.
Mlea Pearl Stusxt. of Morrlstown.
Tenn.. Is the sttractlve guest of MrA
Rose 6tuart Stone, 656 Bummer street.
Miss Madeline Louise Grady Is spend
ing the month of August with her aunt,
Mra Richard Adams, at Tioga, W Ash.
Cards have been received from Mr.
and Mrs. John W. Passmore announc
ing the marriage of their daughter,
Mrs. Elma McMillan, to Virgil Page Mc
Ray. Thursday. August 19. at their
boma in TualAtin. Or.
Miss Agnes And Miss Marie McBrlde
ara registered al the Hotel Virginia,
Long Beach, CaL
Mra. A- R. Wollenberg, of Laurel
hurst, and family ar at the Warren
Hotel' at Cannon Beach,
MrA V Ropp and her family, of Dosch
Station, ar alo at the Warren, Cannon
Beach. . .
Dr. Emma Makl Wickstrora has re
turned from a visit to her sister. Mra
L, Sellne. who has a country place near
A pleasant evening was passed re
cently at tha home of Misa Flora
Parker, when ahe entertained for Miss
Florence Brown, of Astoria, Or. Card,
music and games were features.
Mta F. Clyde Griffin and Mrs. Clyde
Day entertained Chepter E, P. E. O
snd other guests at the homa of Mn
Qrlrttn Thursday. Tha house waa at
tractively decorated In yellow and
white, goldenrod And queen'a lace be
ing uaed in profusion.
A recent psrty enjoyed at Seaside
was given at the Hanon cottAge, with
Conrad Sieb.rta as host. Those present
were Carolina Matthewaon, Vera Bar
bour. Virginia Whittlesey. Margaret
Kelley. Gladye Bolton. Mary V. John
son. Madge Otia. Lillian Fischer. Allie
Barbour, Ralph Loomia. A. E. Rosen
berg. Claude Frohm. Harold Kellon.
William Strohman, Rudolph Janesch.
Wayne Carroll, Paul Sopbey and Jerry
ROADS IMPRESS WRITER
MAGAZINE EDITOR COMMEXDS THE
HIGHWAYS IS OREGON.
Gilbert Havey Grosveaar. ef Geogra
phical Society. Al Speaka Highly
t Klaasath and Crater Lake.
Oregon's roads have an admirer in
Gilbert Hovey Grosvenor, editor of the
National Geographic Magaxlne and di
rector of the National Geographic So
ctty, who has been making hla first
visit to this state in tha oast week.
"Considering the population and de
velopment of the atate." he ald yea
terday, "I think that Oregon haa an 'ex.
cellent system of roads and I have
. . - r,n thfm In Soutnern
DSCU niwtvr. . ,
Oregon for quite a while. There is of
course a tremenaoua iieiu o
menu but Oregon aeema to he awake
to thla and seeme to be making ad
vancea aa rapidly aa possible in high
"The Columbia River Highway Is
known throughout the East as ths
. i , v.ii-hwv of America."
great iou - j
Mr. Grosvenor has spent a long time
In Southern camornia m i
study this Summer and was not able
to devote aa much time to Oregon as
he hoped to. but declarea his intention
of coming again next Summer and
making a thorough study of the great
scenic features of the atate.
"Crater Lake Is scenic wonder and
la one of Oregon'a great Assets." he
said, "but it seems to m that the atat
is overlooking another even more won
derful feature in not advertising more
widely the great Klamath Lake in
Southern Oregon. There is probably no
. , i ,n .Via wnrld whara there
omer piw." -- - :
la a more marveloue preserve for wild
. , .. i .ihl.. that KmilH
birds ana n is oi.a
be a tremendous attraction for tour
ists. "Oregon leads th world in her care
, ...j. a . . a result haa nrobably
Dl UllUt - -
the greatest variety of them among the
states of tne enure ivu.
mAth Lake Is one of the most remark
able placea where they may be eeen.
ln t- person of Mr. Flnley, your atate
C. S. Samuel,
1 rr, Jl
GLASSES THAT PLEASE
o f satisfac
tory o p t i c a 1
s e r v i o e re
a b s o 1 u te ac
curacy in mak
ing exam i na
tions. The making
of glasses that
defects of vision.
siderate treatment at all times.
Fair prices and a Kaarastee of
FIFTH iLOOil, OtfEGON'eAN BLuST
biologist, you have a man of whom
Oregon should be proud."
Mr. Grosvenor and his wife left yes
terday for Seattle, and will go from
there back to Washington, D. C.
CITY WARDS TP SEE SHIP
CAPTAI3T OF SUCCESS I-WITES s
MATES OP AID SOCIETY'S HOME.
Stay In Portland Prolonged Two Day.
Crowd Continue to Visit Relic
Despite Hot Weather.
Aa a farewell to Portland, the British
convict ship Success is to be thrown
open to wards of the Boys' and Girls'
Aid Society at 10 o'clock tomorrow
morning. Captain Smith, her owner,
having extended an invitation to the
children yesterday through William F.
Woodward, treasurer of the organisa
tion, on learning of the character of the
society and the fact some of the young
sters there had expressed a desire to go
through the vessel.
It will be the fourth time since the
Success reached the harbor that she has
been placed at the disposal of different
bodies. First, students of the School
for Adult Blind being aboard, then the
Sons of Spanish-American War Vet
erans were entertained, and last week
the newsboys of the city, through The
Oregonian, bad the run of the ship for
The Success will be opened today and
tomorrow until 10 o'clock at night. And
early Wednesday will be started on her
long tow to Seattle. Captain Smith
originally bad planned to close the ship
last night, but as it will require less
than a week to shift the Success to
Puget Sound, and many ara returning
from vacations, he decided to continue
her exhibition two days.
Warm weather did not detract from
the interest displayed in the ship yes
terday, there being a large crowd
aboard during the afternoon and even
ing. Because of the proximity of the
vessel to the dock of the Yellow Stack
line there were numerous Oregon City
residents, making the trip here by
steamer, to include the prison ship ln
their rounds of the city.
Tradition, however. Is no older than some
of th. other fool stories on. hears from
time to time.
(Formerly Zion Bakery)
has been thoroughly renovated
and outfitted with modern equip
ment. An expert baker has been
placed in charge, and we are
now producing a bread that can
not be surpassed.
who was formerly associated
with tha original bakery for
eight years, has now taken
charge of the establishment and
personally guarantees to main
tain It in the highest degree of
efficiency. All old patrons who
are not yet furnished with our
bread will kindly telephone us.
Salesroom 625 first St
Telephone Mala 5730.
Location of Bakery, 49 Second St.
and Rheumatism. Latest and best
methods. No Operations, no Medicine.
Consultation and Examination Free.
812 Swetland Bldg. Phone Main 6674.
SCHWAB PRINTING CO
1 BEN F.GREENE-HARRY FISCHER
24.54 STARK, STREET
Phone Your Want Ads to
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Our Material Progress
Depends on Our Ability
to Recognize and Take
Advantage of Opportunities
This does not necessarily mean that these opportuni
ties to save must be large, but they must be real.
For instance, this Baker Shoe Sale affords you a
chance for small, but real savings. Every shoe
offered is a real bargain because the quality is much'
greater than the price asked. By taking advantage
of just such opportunities as this you pave the way
for future material prosperity. Don't delay, the
chance will soon be gone.
Men's Tan Rubber-Soled Ox
fords; regular tQ Qf-
$5.00 values PtU,00
Men's White Oxfords,
welt lish and high toes,
soles, $3.50 and
Men's White Nubuck Eng
lish Lace Shoes, with leather
soles; regular $4 do QC
Men's black and tan calf Ox
fords, English CO A C
last $5.00 values D 0,x0
Men's black and tan calf
Oxfords, medium high toes;
Men's black and tan calf Ox
fords.welt soles; tity Qjf
reg. $4 values. . DC0J
Men's Oxfords in tan and
black calf, English and high
toes, cloth and leather tops ;
regular $4.00 do Qf
Men's black and tan English
last, lace cloth-top bhoes.
Men's cloth-top button and
lace boots, tan and black calf,
English toes; An qj
reg. $4 values. . Pa403
Largest Retailer of
270 Morrison St.
IW e a'a Engliah ,As..
Oxfords la gun- sF5N.
snetal and tan JF X
calf, wlta cloth Si . W
lopa; regular jf Ik.
95.00 value. Zy'Vf Mk
yfV Hen's English-last
$S O a f o rd In gun-
'N- metal and t a a;
''VV tea. SCOOA vateesk
Women's Oxfords, turn soles pat
ent and dull vamp, with Stray and
tops AH slates.
Worn n'a Patent
P n m p s, with fawn
and gray clotii tops.
Just right for
a t r eet wear.
Reg ular $5,00
Buy These Women's
Bargains and Save
Women's Military Lace
Boots, short vamp, patent
colt with fawn and gray
cloth tops, full round toes;
regular $3 val- d -t q
ues for j) X sJ
Women's Button Boots, short
vamps, patent and dull leath
ers, cloth tops, medium toes
with caps and plain; good,
serviceable shoes d ty AUt
at, the pair tP 3
Women's Military Lace
Boots, patent and dull, fawn
and gray cloth tops, short
vamps, medium weight
Women's Patent Pumps,
turn soles, short vamps,
fawn and gray cloth tops;
full complete lines; regular
$2.50 values, the t- Qf-"
pair 4 1 JJ
Women's Patent and Gun
metal Pumps, turn soles,
Louis-Cuban heels, fawn and
gray cloth tops; all sizes;
regular $5 val- Q jj
ues for Cp 1 UJ
Women's Oxfords, turn soles,
patent and dull leather
vamps, black, gray and fawn
cloth tops, all sizes repre
sented ; regular
$4 values for
Women's Side-Lace Boots, in
gray or sand kid, white or
black piping. The season's
most fashionaoie style, reg
& OLJT IV. aV&
ular $7 values
Women's Turn-Sole Pumps,
patent vamps with sand
color kid and gray suede
tops ; regular $5 J o QC
values for DO0J
Shoes West of Chicago
270 Washington St.