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THE MORXiyO OBEGOyiAy. TUESDAY, AUGUST 24. 1915.
Miss Frances McHenry
Lead. Edward Woodruff
to Play Opposite.
THREE SOTAL OrCES A OJgt "-
"WITHIN THE LAW IS FIRST
rartial Ll of Cast Completed. In
cladlng Farorltee, and All to
A'ermMe Soon to Mart
rtrhearaale on Play.
' -? -y :. 3:11 y. - - . 1
Fnnrn Mcllinrr l la be t1 new
lea-lin wsnug at the Baker Theater.
Kiiwerd Woodruff, formerly on of
te not popular ninbffi of the
fuktr ato'k eomrany. la to be
leailm! man. a
aril .trki r n
The onma ptay will bo "Within
the l.a r. ' anri tho opening of the sea
aon will be Sunday. ipumftr 4.
Alt thin ami more u related br
Milton W. .simin, general manager
of 111 ftaker slock company, who re
turned yrlrdr frorn a lone absence
from tiia ntr and began the arduous
tank of preparing fr lb opening of
tho local stock 'l'On.
Since the artvent of iltorr. L. Baker,
founder and heretofore gentua of the
Baker ato-h company. Into municipal
lira a ftty rommiMionrr, Mr. fmin
baa taken the complete active man-aa-emert
of tha taker playere and aril!
oir-ct and hew out tha destinies of
taat orssmsation thl year.
Partial IJot .Saaoaaced.
Mr. Baker's rrn-:Ml lies as a city
vfririal will disqualify blm aJ an
a-tia factor In tha company, but Mr.
Haa-nan. who baa Been with Mr. Bakar
for a numbrr of year, announcad yes
tr.lar that tha company will bo main
tained on h aame scale of thorough
ness and artistry a ha heretofore
rnaractrrli-xl tha Bakar stork com
panies and made tha Haksr enterprises
In tha theatrical world of mora than
Hare la tha partial personnel of tha
ee-npanr for this eeaeon. although sev
eral women irt to ba added bafora It
ili.a McHenry. Mary Kdratt Baker.
:liaaheth Ro.., Nanry Duncan. Kd
ward 'lrirf. Henry Halt. Walter
l.llhert. William fjovrl. Clark Sltter
tiatl, Jn li'imntr, Wllltarn Dills and
ta taooaibl Moaday.
ye. rral of thaaa players already ara
lo ma city and oinars ara an ruw
Tha antira company will ba aerb!ed
rroaly ne.t Monday tnorntnc and
t.:iriMi will start at onre on tha
production of -Within tna Law." which
la a pretentioua offering with :a In
Tbe personnel of the company reenl
K.i Ur sniB baa adopted the poll'-y.
for this Tear at laaet. of raturnlrw
some of tha availabla facorlles of th
pa.l companl Amon th ara Sli
aker. la Row. M -a Itin--an. lr.
miK.r. Mr Mumnrr. Mr. IJoyd. Mr.
in fact all tha man In tha com
pany baa at ona lima or anoljier bean
denttflsd wttl II. and aareraJ of them
wars particularly popular.
Tha new leadtnc woman romes hlsrh
r rroirRmn4M. arcordlna to Mr.
for a time aha aucceaafully eucceded
I..tra Jewel with the loll players In
KimHtm la lwk lass.
STia - a 'w York slrL for several
Years prominent In the Stok world
....A. 1. nH II la said, orettr. Kd
r J ( 1 I n ' 1 .
. .a. s an
-e'Kayrla-lr:; Melbir. th.
-A. ti. Clab." '
GRADUATES IN JOBS
70 of 0. A. C. Placed as Teach
ers in Northwest Schools.
DEMAND EXCEEDS SUPPLY
College Inablo to Trotlde Enousli
Instructor In Manual Tralnln
auil Commercial Subjects
to Meet Applleallon.
OTiEOON AGRICCLTfnAL. COL
l.r.GE. Corvallla. Auf. JJ (Special.)
Mora ban 7 Kraduates of tha Oregon
Acrlcultural Cojteaa hava been ap
pointed to tea-hlne; positions for 11
!. s shown by tho report of Profes
,or Kessler. chairman of the teachers
.i.i.ni commlttra. Just submitted
to rreeld.nt Kerr Flfty-tMrea of theae
ara of the lIS class, ana k
masters' decrees. Tlilrty-nlne have po
sltlona In home economics. 11 In man
ual tralnlr. e!hl In commrca. nin. in
acrlculture. and the remainder in the
elementary and hlh school trades,
iiikn Ktatea BaaalteeU
Nearly i per cent of the total ap
pointments have been made In the fol
. fnfornta. a. V. ashlnK-
l.l.n S: Montana. 1: West Vir
ie-lnla. 1. There are three or tour more
renrims In the neianoor.o
whl. h are practically assured, and the
ver.atii" an-J. it is aaio. preny. whlch are practically assureu. o
ward Woodruff, who w. Join! lending rommittea preduta that with other Or
roan two years ao with lauia Hall. re. fn apM,intmenta likely to ba made
lurns IMs Mn a lea.lme man, and thl, m,ntb t.ia lotal will pass 0.
w . . .....r..n. I Biiii'i.oltinrif. An.
f! ' ' " ' "
ther Uirr of edin-man caliber Is
Henry HH. a h Is ba.t known for his
- V-ir f rom li' fame, bavin sue
r..M imam IMr. In tha road pro
elift'on peveral years aao.
Hma than be baa been with stock
corrre.nle In arlou cltle.. one of his
mot rer.nt enffs-emeoi. bavtnsj been
ooksne. Walter "ill'-ert. lone a
popular fivt'ira wifh lh Kaker Com
pnr. ret'irn a. director. Will-
lam l.lod. another plover of leadin
rola raliNrr. I certain to ba one of the
welcomed old favorites Clark hilver
nail win plav luveoiia rolea in.
wa of which will ba received
heartily, a. it i doubtf'il If tha Itaker
omrany ever hat a more versatile or
ta'enred 'ivervlla man.
"tUU" IMII and John Sumner, who
will carry tha character role., have
lone been asaoclated at one time or an
other with tha :kee players, and Mr
"iefrted need no Introduction.
Wear .ad rtaya Avallabse.
iwirw; to tha war In K'irope and im
periled condition, in the t'nttcd Mates.
wFit. ri ara keepina a number of road
productions out o the theatrical flebl
this ffir. there Is an unlimited number
er promtlnc new and oi l p!a. avall
eole for stock production, and Manacer
beoman l mskins: plan, to produce
some of tha be-t of the. a. The situa
tion Is peculiar. Inasmuch a. there has
never baen a year when e many aood
pia.e were relea.ed for atock produc
tion as now. To illuetral. Mr. beaman
anreuncad yesterday that. amons
of her. fc would rn"' Tha 1 enow
Ticket." "The Ml.lea.llnc Ijidr." "In-po.-ant.-
"The Trail of the Ixneome
fine.- "The Are-le Cse." Seven Keys
to Batdoate. "Tha Kortuna Hunter"
and Much for So Much." tho lat
one of W lllard Mack a sensational ue-
A. Ir the pa.l. there will bo res-ular
v,dredar and Saturday mattnees.
Mr. Sean-an I contemplating several
rharsee In policy which may be adopt
ed and announced before the season
a iv n a.
WOMAN HURT IN RUNAWAY
hlll. riuhrvl TUronth Carrlae
Hoof. Break., nnser In Fall.
OK:ie-S CITT. Or. Auc. :3. (Spe
eil t Mrs. Smlth-Torner austalned
eertoua Injuries wnen a team or norsee
ran mii lat Saturday nisht witn a
en-all ba.k In which were Mrs. Turner
and three cn'Mren.
Trains at Tualatlrs Station frlant
aaad tha horsee who raced down
lae road Intj an embankment. throw
In Mrs Turner out. breakiner her
shoulder and Inictlns; ether Injuries
na of le llftle .rls waa thrown
n roust the top of the carnaae. and.
falling, broke her firwter.
they can find no Justification for the
feellnc In the dally reports of the
weather forecaster, for na i -
. i f-ii. nnrme.1 weather. in
. . . . i k . An several pre-
vious occasions we have suffered more
than at present.
for cool weather the remainder of me
day. for even al noon tne wmpiniu
but 7S with a relative humidity of
0 per cent. But In the afternoon the
moisture besran to leave the air. ana
at S o'clock, the time of the next regl
.V. r.i.iiv. humidity. It haa
dropped to 44 per cent, with the mer
cury at II aeerreos, me " -
perature realstered yesterday.
The hourly iemperaiui. j
day were: ...
A M I r. Jit
A M 2 T. M
AIM n..;4P. M i
Jrif: : sr. m j;
io a. M " r-M :Z7.
it a. m Z ir. ji
50 SCOTS GUESTS
Halls of Portland Hotel Ring
With Highland Tunes.
KLAMATH LINE RUMORED
REPORTS ARK THAT COSXKCTIOJI
WITH BK D IS PROBABLE.
int. DinniB i". " ' - .
Tha demand for manual training and
commercial teachera la areaier than
Ilia supply. While the number of ap-
. ... i- homo economics Is arrat-
er t.ian in any other two departments.
tha supply is aieo nn rallwaj
tnlr.u of ihe J raduates In home eco-J lpftt,,r
nomlca thta a-r bavin realsteredT n(., n,.bl
with the commute. Tha demand for ,-0ione
acrlcultural teachers Is lowest In Or
eon. four of the nine arro'"t"n'
bein made In oiner states.
Waaaal Tralalaa Nlabeet aiioa.
Tha hlahest In manual tralnlnsr Is
$lliv. the lowest The hlahest In
commerce Is !. the lowest
These fiures ana averar oniiio
represent first appolntmenta after
sraduation. nor tc.e averaae earnlnsa
of inrton Aaricultural Colleae aradu
atea ii. are leachin. Of the it ap
polntmenta involved in the avera:ee. al
liaa bad no previous experience teach
ins the industrial subjects, eight have
bad but one year'a experience, and ftvs,
have had two or more yeara.
following Is the completed list to
Aucunt li. the dale of the committee's
II th. e.'enolce Ada AW.rton ader.
vtb : II. en .Dlirwn, aaa Kranel.cv
ini-ii.lan In hapitalt; Marfa Anthony. He
yilnnv.Ue: MerU ll.iw.n, SlUsrloa: Ameila
Hutn. .rlaa. Hae Cartas. lir.lim.
I.ocil. ikis. r.us-a-: tela Coaklla.
ooj5urni Marl. aider. tas.an: l.uc
uctl The La :e.. SQlin 1 t. .
uirtrt Lalwm. iii
Twa Oirirlata af laterler Departsaeat
Arrive Wllk Ballraa Mea oe
Way ta Crater I-ake.
imitii vsuis. Or- An. IS-
(Special.) E. O. McCormlck. third Tlce
president Southern Pacific; J. W. Met'
calf, superintendent snasia oivie.uu
i. cc- r.mnhell. seiiera! auperin'
'. voethern district. In company
with Stephen Mather, and Mr. Albrlsht,
of the Interior Department, arrived
unheralded yesterday morning by ape-
C'!esera.n'Mather and Albright, pro
. . i.ii. end Medfora
ceeoeo " thenc. by
via ooai to iiniiiiii.'i . -
.... i.ii. .ml the railway officials
made a hasty special trip of Inspection
L-i.i. ifi.r returnlns last nlsot
their special left Immediately for Weed
... ... . iin anrl Colonel Hola-
i nici r. 1 1 n " "
bird for several weeks have been
hunting the wilds north of Crater Lake.
Knslneer Hoey Is regsrded to be here
nn railway business "'""' "7
i.m k.a bean an adviser of
the Colonel's as to revenue from pro
II Is reported here that the Shevlln
timber Interests at na nave p";
cally beer, promised an outlet through
this country lor ineir umurr u
- ..imAn of a ble- aawmll
to be erected there. These reports seem
. .....-... ah., railroad construction
in this part of the country la about to
NEFFS BODY IS FOUND
11 1 rr.r.n MlRDKBC.n. Of UKIe
POHT MIKK IS ariflDK.
I a. I Day of Soccers Here.
This rm th- last day of the vl.lt
ef tna Fritisa priaon sMp Siceees. vis
itors wt'l sa received aloartt bet ween t
eriock ins rnorcms aad is o clock to
ft -h' TKa fct soma cf the children
of 1: a Bo. a- aad .r:a" All Society are
ta go ever the 4 hip at IS oc:ock this
snorr.t-c wul not bar tha public from
le.pact n tha b 4ccesa at the .
br tit tw of one ef the haras Te.t
ta. prison ship leaves at midnigst
IsnigM 00 the first leg of ber lourr.ev
to T-ig't attar bsr'.rj been In
tae river tbree weeks.
I .! : Karaea Hnen, Juocllon City:
. . t .i m . H Slarv Hsrtuns
e..sna. Si.; OMia jm.. . .
llaxel llo'l. Humi. Katherln Kooken,
bsA'r; Jul-a lrvm. Tne uaue. ciini"""
In h. .r'ts i; 1" JlatCey. I'rrfoo i:
Kihel lii.er. K .ln. Iwis Milam, I'ort-'.oJ-
tmliv Mui-r. Inu.pendDca; Ju.la
M. Wt'iler reU. IMr.a Mi:.s. t'ureet lrova:
.iraa Mltca..!. M.d.'i.rd. Winifred J-eller-
'. Alaarj: 1 M I'lerca, l'ni"o,
Ruaen. North enle. laL: ana oui.
p-.nKt:ii; June ree. CTesin Asrlcul
. ... ..m... li.n ta.w sa.em: Ml.drea
Md.i. iisat:ie.' Mash.: Kuia timlia. aaa
. i-.. ..liettruin in ho.pltai; LJlm
.-..fl-rJ. rortlanJ: E.la Tasg. aeasiaa
Mildred Wlieon. itcii.ric..
ii.flml trsisins f. J. Pleisch. rrse-
u.- v lu'd. l-hMBit: Theodora
i:.:etad. r epens.nce; 1- IV liatcbell. Cor
,'A:.u o. w Jem.. oam: L- A. thing.
K.emalh Fa's. tr.s:d Mcviosj. Weat Vir
. . u.h.:ixtek. Cuttnt: J. W. Mot-
imiii. I'.r, n.r The Lla.ln
J. A. eiri...io. .-...T-.v... -
Ta-tuiss. I ncest Uros; llsrold Turner. i.u-
i.rl-u!!ure L. J. Allen. C.irtaMls: r. B.
. ... i.4.s.. iiMfv. 1 '. Deasy,
lort:aJ. r". J. Dl-iscli. Krveaater: C W.
iK.msee. Crescent V.'H. CaL: Carolja Jara
ei'a. AiM'-o. leahe ilate Normal Schoo. ;
IV. O. Kms. He::. Ini.: i:eff V. sanaers.
Tlit.m.s. tl. V. Wright. His. tstata is
1 asti -e Ksthrn C."M. Tort Orovs
Wmar EJCr. A.lnrla: Kmlt Hemins. sa
. .- I wnrr. Cndja. ll.nrv U. ftua
aelL Hod Hl.r; Vrrna Tlf I. FprtngfleiO:
Zetta I adsraaad. Wa;ioaa. iartruda v
If. . . 111.
t'ther erpolnlmeais KNls Bests. Ioat.as
.-.-.i.- Abi. coon. Philomath: rnaeoe
r.n. 3 v..pr: H w. Il ana. Il.m.t. ri
.. . " V 1 ia,A.f. f.u..t.. A luta lel
...i. ci.; Kineririe Lster. Douses
iMsstr: Leore fkli:ppl- Esr:r: t. B. Haa
. ivatra: I'IBt trromoted from prlnelpeJ
. ... - . . .. V tlArikf.
ta luyerigio"1-1"'- - - -
WEATHER NOT UNUSUAL
forr-eatrr IZeports Hecent Spell 1
Normal for Month.
Although the people of rortland and
the surrounding territory feel that they
fcave aoffared from the heal more the
Ust fsw days Uaa for maoy eummera.
De.tli oa.ee la Three Keet af water
la Marea lke aad Gam Along
side ladlcatea lla Vae Alee.
LUNCHEON GIVEN VISITORS
r;!iiFIEt.D. Or- Aug. 3. (SPO'
rial.) The body of H. r . Neir. me
. 1 . . - - and miner who was
suspected of murdering A. J. TVittmann
on August II. was iouna inn .......
in three feet of water in r lores a-ar.
by Paul Matheny
The place wnere ma ouuy
. .k.. miina ifluth of where
IB BOUMfc " .
Neffa boat was found on the morning
after the murder. It Is thought that
Neff. to make sure or ayinit. waucu
Into tha lake and then ahot himself, aa
hla gun was found beside tne Doay.
The note found In Nefrs caDin inoicatea
that he was going to commit suicide,
but the officers regarded this as a ruse
to turn them orf the iran.
c. iv.n...1.v. when tha Sheriff
withdrew his men from tha wild area
In which Neff was supposea 10 oe nm
lnr and decided to wait for the man
to coma out for food. Mr. Matheny and
Boss Wlttmann. brother of the mur
dered man. have been conducting the
Neff wae a bachelorC 57 years old.
and la not known to have any relatives.
EN RY Ml ON IN BAD PLIGHT
Russian Ship Found Wllltont Ftood
and Becalmed In Foe.
MARSHFIKLD. Or.. Aur. IJ. (Spe
cial. ) Captain A. Olson, of the steam
schooner Yellowstone, while feeling bis
4 . R.ea. in. tin the ro.it en
countered the Russtan ship Endymlon,
from Adelaide. Australia. .
.......k-Mi r, f Krant'a Reef 1 1 K h t
ship. Saturday afternoon and. anawer
Ing distress signals, found the Endy-
. -. .in Ar nrnruiona and had
been becalmed, hovering In that neigh
borhood In tne tog ior lour m
-r-. D . . , n cn(irmlon originally
was listed for Portland to load lumber
for the L'ntted Kingdom, but a change
In plan waa mada through which her
cargo la to be provided at Vancouver.
B. C. and on her arrival on tne Co
lumbia Iliver tbe will be ordered there.
Afternoon Devoted to Sightseeing:;
Dinner Tendered al Night, and
Trips and Reception Ara
.Scheduled for Today.
For ma heart aye warms to ins inj,
Whsuravsr I may Be.
Mm heart aye warma to tbe tartsn.
nn tne isnn or wo v - ..
wi' tha bn snipes plsyln" In the mornw.
Tha Piper o' Dundee.
Oh. tha land o" healh and bestner
Is the land for me.
Hooch! I I
... fa . . . .weaeara eif
Approximately o lu'm'i .
. . ..ii. i. ; i . . n h rh feathered can
yesterday made the halls of the Port
land Hotel ring witn tne mneiui im
.i.i en..h haiiad. Whan the
Ql illl. wnu --" ...
Hooch" was reached oO pairs oi teoi
stamped the Iloor. xuo occaoivu
th. coticliision of the luncheon given
.v.. ..i.uue Ki-aIh who are in Port
IRnu on . 1 " - - -
returning from the !"th conventioi o.
I ha Scottish Clans that ciosea ounaa
night la San Krancisco.
rr i ... s m.. in tna narir. ana
some of them have tneir wives wnn
them. They will be In Port.an-1 until
tomorrow night, inciuaeq in mo paj-17
ara three of the royal officers. They
. . rz iipkn rhi. a Dromineni. ai
tomey of Dululh. royal counselor; Air.
A. . Johnson, of Everett. Mass.. royai
1 1 1 ..1 a 1 : k nd av. or l-eat
tie, royal chief. One of the coincidences
revealed by the visit 01 ino ecois oa..
1.. (.1.1 that all three of the royal of-
ficera had the same initials, and as
there were two other A. u. in xne
nartv thev had formed an A. G. club os
associate organization m u o.
ri.. -ialtlnar delegates pronouncea
the San Francisco session to bt tae
1 . .h ti.fl avee haen neld. ItoULine
... oceunled most of the time, the 1
cnanginK v m -
admission from IS to 16 years, being
the most impon.m ucwi vw
ventlon. As neither politics nor to
nt 1. aiinn-eit in receive official rec.
ognition In the convention, the presi
dent's foreign policy did not receive
The National Association of Scottish
Clans haa but one salaried officer the
secretary and Peter Kerr has neia
this position for : years, m waa noi
re-elected at tne oan rrni.ie. vu
At the conclusion of the luncheon at
the Portland Hotel yesterday the vis
iting clansmen and their wives were
shown rdvui j ..-
Clan Macleay. Last night a dinner was
tendered them at tne rorinnq uy v..
local Scots, at which mora than 10"
WTlaemornlng the delegates will take
another slght-aeeing trip, and tcnlght
there will be a reception t tne Pott
land Hotel by the members of Clan
Macleay and their wives.
work for him at Oregon city, in : im
hope that he would stay away
Portland saloons. .
Kelly to The Dalles. But, like the pro-
ivciiy " x.ii., .lnac-a came back.
::.hVl. Tback now to .ray five months.
thia being the sentence
Both men will do reicaocu,
as soon as tno saiowuo " a,-. .
Jsnnsrr 1. 1ftls-
DRINK PENALTY IS HEAVY
HABITUAL DBtNKARDS SEJSTEJfCED
C.NTIL STATE GOES DRY.
Judge Steveaaoa Contlanea PoUcy A be"
Old Offeadera Appear "Asaoaa;
Thoae Preaent.1 ,
The recently announced policy of
Municipal Judge Stevenson to keep
haHlftial Hrun karda who appear before
.i kakioo Kara of a different sort
than thev relish until the state has
j e..ti.e nirrl.il out VSS
gone ory waa . -. -
terday morning in the sentences meted
out to John Maroney ana x ai umi
both well-known tipplers.
n. 1 t .. vltt. Arnnkanness.
LIUirRea woij " ' - -- -- -
Maroney received a sentence of SO days
. ti -ilA .iliHtlnnnl which Will
mean an added 100 days' Imprisonment,
u.mnev vu nmed Saturday, when
1 . . . iAh...A. aantenced to Jail
.hat if he
came bark he would receive the same
potion. But yesterday morning no ap
peared, as uaual, "among those pres
n . L-.ll. alao a freOUent Visl
tor because of nocturnal sprees. Twice
n.iKllo defender Robinson obtained
Wednesday Is "Red Letter Dan" 10 Free Stamps In Premium Parlors
. 1 ' swa. ess. A AL T? f . .
lce Cream and Soft Drinks in Basement Delicatessen on 4th Floor
Olds, Worttnan & King
Reliable Merchandise Reliable Methods
Only Retail Store West of Chicago Occupying Entire City Block
Second Day of Our
Twice-a-Year REMNANT Sale
Women's Suits, Dresses and Coats very specially priced m this Sale t f 5.00
Women's Lingerie Dresses, worth up to $10.00, special while they last J J4.4S
Women's Palm Beach Suits are all marked down for this sale 0NE-THIKJJ
Women's Crepe de Chine Dresses, worth up to $25.00, now selling at only ?9.9S
Women's Fine Organdie and Voile Dresses, worth up to $30, now priced $11.48
..as ea a a-N A r '...Ar.'Aiarl MAlir Vt Q VlTsari QT I HK.lt , Tj
Women's Beautiful SiiK bKiris ior evening xunctiutta i.vn
Women's WTiite Golfine Skirts, worth up to $5.50, specially priced at ?3.8J
Women's Silk Sport Coats Second Floor reduced to $3.98, $6.98 and $9. J8
Women's Waists of voile, batiste and organdie, at the special low price $2.39
Women's Middy Blouses, $1.49 values for 89 and the $2.00 values go at $1.25
Dress Goods Remnants at Half frice
Silk Remnants Closing Out at Half Price
Lace-Remnants Closing Out at Half Price
Embroideru Remnants All at Half Price
Ribbon Remn'ts Closing Out at Half Price
Wash Goods Remnants Closing Out at V
Lining Remnants All Go at Half Price
Drapery Remnants Going at 10c a Yard
Tapestry Remnants Reduced to$la Yard
Carpet Remnants to Close at uvea lara
nr...'c Hose sDecially priced at 49
Women's 35c Hose specially priced at 25C
Children's 33c Socks now priced, pair, 19
Women's Wool Sweaters to go at ' PRICE
Girls' Wash Dresses priced special at 9Sd
Girls Wash Dresses marked special S1.9S
Girls' Wash Dresses specially priced $2.98
Children's $6.00 Semi-Made Dresses S3.75
Children's $4.75 Semi-Made Dresses S2.98
Children's $3.73 Semi-Made Dresses $1.95
Children's $2.50 Semi-Made Dresses $1.75
$1.00, $1.25 Silks special price, the yard 69d
$1.23, $1.50 Wool Voiles, special, yard 39d
12 J c Wash Goods specially priced, yard 86
65c Jacquard Stripe Shirtings, the yard 39d
40c Wash Goods specially priced, yd. 12lA6
12 Vic Bleached Muslin specially priced 10e
12.c Longcloth, good quality, the yard Qd
18c Pillow Cases specially priced at 12Vzd
$5.00 Linen Bridge Sets, special only $3.95
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$1 5 Tray Cloths, scaiiopea, now amy of i - - - --- -
Thousands of Unadvertised Specials to Be Found in All Departments of the Store
9 Rod Snrpnrls sDecially nriced at $1.75
$8.50 Corsets, odd lots, special only $2.9S
50c Sanitary Aprons specially priced at 25
Brassieres, worth $2 to $5, special, $1.39
Women's Hats are now priced at only $1.00
50c Cash's Braids, to close at, the bolt, 25d
Women's Belts now priced special at 10d
10c and 15c Toilet Soaps specially priced 5C
$1.00 Hair Brushes now marked special 50d
15c Toilet Paper, specially priced, roll 10t?
'35c Girdle Foundations now priced only 19
$2.00 Princess Slips priced special at 98d
Women's $1.23 Drawers, special only 50d
Women's $1.23 Corset Covers at only 39c
Women's $2.25 Silk Waist Slips at only 98d
Women's $4.00 Low Shoes, the pair $1.98
Women's $3.00 Low Shoes, the pair $1.48
Children's $2.50 Shoes now marked at 89d
Misses' $1.50 Shoes Specially priced at 89
Boys' $3.00 Shoes now priced special $1.79
Men's $4 to $6 Shoes priced special &i..yt
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Double Trading Stamps With
All Cash Purchases in the
Grocery Department Today
And Poison Oak. Little White
Blisters Itched and Burned. In
a Week No Sign of Trouble.
HEALED BY CUTICURA
SOAP AND OINTMENT
"My face was broken out pretty bad
with poison oak and pimples, which
bothered me Tory much. At nrst the
poison oak only formed UtUe white blisters
which Itched and burned so badly that
I ac-rstched them, then they would fester
and become much worse. At night my
face would burn and itch until I could
hardly sleep. My face was badly dis
figured. I sent for a tree sample of Cuticura
Soap and Ointment, and the first applica
tion reduced the Itching very much so I got
more. I bathed my face with the Cuticura
Soap and warm water and applied the Oint
ment After using the Cuticura Soap and
Ointment for about a week there wasn't a
sign of the poison oak or pimples." (Signed)
Miss Minnie Powell. Drain. Ore.. Feb. 2415.
Sample Each Free by Mall
With 33-p. Skin Book on request. Ad
dress post-card "Cuticura. Dept. T, Bea
ton. Sold throughout the world.
and Rheumatism. Latest and best
methods. No Operation, no Medicine.
Consultation and Examination Free.
812 Swetland Bids- Ptona Main 5574
Much Lower Than the Regular Fare
Round-trip, to all points in Eastern Canada, Eastern
States and Middle Western States, with return limit
October 31 and permitting stop-overs en route.
NORTHERN PACIFIC RY.
THE GREAT BIG BAKED POTATO ROUTE"
Enter at Gardiner, the Original and Northern En-
trance, and Visit "
Nature's Greatest Wonderland J
' SEASON TO SEPTEMBER 15
Two Observation Car Trains Daily Prom Portland,
at 9:55 A. M. and 7:25 P. M.
THROUGH TO CHICAGO
In 72 Hours, Via Minneapolis and St. Paul
One Train Daily to St. Louis
255 MORRISON STREET
Phones: Main 244, A 1244
A. D. CHARLTON, A. G. P. A.