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ZSKIRTS CUT TO MEASURE FREE IF MATERIALS PURCHASED HERE SKIRTS ACCORDION, BOX OR KNIFE PLEATED, $1. SECOND FLOOR.'.
BOHN SYPHON $50 REFRIG
Come in and see this nationally renowned
refrigerator then write and bring or mail
to us your "Ten Best Reasons Why a Bohn
Syphon Refrigerator Should Be in Every
Home." Contest now open. A $50 Refrig
erator to the winner. 6th Floor, 5th st.
SEND IN MAIL ORDERS
as sometimes quantites are a bit limited
on sale merchandise, though we guarantee
to take care of all orders in a satisfactory
manner, no matter when they are received;
Note the good "bargains" on this page
they're all worth your attention.
STORE YOUR FURS IN OUR
Perfectly refrigerated from our own ice
making plant on the premises. Always be
low freezing temperature keeps furs in per
fect condition. Absolute protection from '
fire, theft, moths and loss. Special rates
now on repairing and remodeling. 4th Fir. -
,Trit Quality. Store or- Portland
Nearing Decoration Day-Are You
Men's "Thermo " Sports Coats
m At $3.75
The newest, smartest thing for golf
and all outdoor wear, indoor wear, or
may be worn under a coat in fact, the
sports coats' for every occasion. With
V-neck, two pockets, cuff tabs, natural
shoulders, set-in sleeves. Made of sea
sonable all-wool knit cloth in Angora
finish. Colors are Oxford, blue heather,
green heather and red heather. All
Plain coat, S3.75. Pinch back, $4.75. ,
VnHT? A Just received, 10,000 beautiful new washable Fiber-Silk
J- Ties. Snappy new patterns in a truly wonderful color
assortment. " On display and sale for the first time ' 1 O J -today.
Men's Furnishing Shop, Main Floor. . J- .- C
75c to $1.00 Laces
Yard at 59c
Newest Most Desirable Kinds
Thursday a sale of the very laces you will want
for sheer, dainty party and Summer frocks. Lovely
net top and shadow flouncing in white and cream;
widths are from 17 to 25 inches. A splendid variety
of patterns and widths' for your choosing: today at,
Come early, as the limited quantity will go quickly
at this y ice today!
20c-30c Dainty Embroidery
Today, Yard at 15c
Flouncings for petticoats in. dainty Swiss and
nainsook embroideries. A wide selection of desirable
patterns 17 inches wide is offered you today at
15c yard, instead of 20c or 30c.
Lace Shop, Main Floor.
$75 to $150 Model Gowns $48.50
"Ravishingrly lovely!" "Individual in style!" "Wonder-,
ful values!" These and other enthusiastic exclamations
from women. who appreciate true values and have seen
these exquisite evening gowns.
Model gowns only one of a kind from America's
foremost garment house. The styles are so advanced,
yet so refined, you may feel assured of being able to
wear these gowns next Winter if you have no immediate
use for them.
Pussy willow silk, shimmering satin. Georgette, net,
metallic nets and laces everything that makes the
evening gown lovely has been used in these unusual
models. An exquisite array for your choosing at $43.50.
$50 to $75 Model Street & .
Afternoon Frocks, $32,50
' Another group of models from this famous house.
These are taffetas, La Jerz, crepe, Shantung, pongee and
Tussah in delightfully original styles for afternoon or
street wear. A most remarkable showing of elegant
$50 to $75 frocks at $32.50 Apparel Shop. Kourth Floor.
FISHING TACKLE FOR DECORATION DAY TRIPS EVERYTHING YOU'LL NEED HERE REASONABLE PRICES BASEMENT BALCONY
Blouses at $2
r-Two facts stand out prominently
in Welworth Blouses they're the
best ever offered at the price $2 -
and you are absolutely assured
of their style and up-to-dateness!
Every week new Welworths arrive
each week's new ' arrivals excel
those of the week before. Come in
today, sure, and see the newest
models and remember you can buy
unexcelled Welworth Blouses al
ways $2 at this store only in Portland.
-Blouse Shop, Fourth Floor.
Novelties Jor Camp and Beach
7-piece Luncheon Sets $1 '
New crab and clam sets, stamped on un-
bleached domestic in characteristic designs.
Delightful "pick-up" Summer work, charming
ly appropriate in Summer cottage or camp.
Cloth and six doilies in set $1.
Pillow Tops and Backs
With Stamped Tops, 59.
Pillow tops and backs are of Delft blue and
brown art denim, stamped in unusually clever
designs for outlining. For bungalows and
porches. Canoe pillows of art denim, too,
stamped for the new applique work. Each 59c.
Art Needlework Shop, Second Floor.
Sale of Curtains
Your choice of Irish Point, Cluny and
Braidon Curtains, in scores of attractive
and effective patterns. So wide is the
range of - prices, styles and materials
that whatever your needs, they can be
satisfied in this bip; Thursday Curtain
Sale. Curtain Shop, Seventh Floor
Hair Switches Are Reduced
$12.50 French Hair Switches, $9.50
Pure French wavy cut hair. Full
and perfectly made.
German Hair Switches, $3.98
Wavy cut hair Switches, 34 inches
long. All shades.
German Hair Switches, $1.98
Wavy cut hair Switches, 26-inch
length. All shades.
Transformations made of French
cut hair in all shades special, $10
Gray Transformations, made of
French cut hair, very special, $12.50
The charming puffs and curls for
the new coiffure at reasonable
-Hair Goods Shop. Fifth Floor. prices.
GET YOUR TENNIS AND GOLF NEEDS HERE FOR DECORATION DAY BEST LINES COMPLETE ASSORTMENTS SPORTING GOODS SHOP
Just in! New
Vogue hats are designed particu
larly for out-of-door wear. They
are original, distinctive and de
The very newest white models
Leghorn and hatters' plush com
bined are here, and very chic.
Every style smartest for midsum
mer wear is shown in these new
New untrimmod Vogue Hats of
Leghorn and plush are here.
Millinery Shop, Fourth Floor.
Silver for the June Bride
Complete Assortments "1847" Rogers' Silverware
You could find no gift more desired, more
welcomed, and more useful for the bride than
a set or part of a set of Rogers' "1847" Sil
verware. Every piece is sold with a guarantee
that it will give 50 years of service and sat
isfaction. Our stocks of patterns, both estab
lished and new, are complete. Here are two
gift suggestions many more could be made.
;. 32-Piece Set, "Cromwell"
6 Medium Hollow-handle Knives, J?6.2o.
6 Medium Flat Forks $4.00.
6 Table Spoons, for $4.00.
6 Teaspodns, priced Jj52.O0.
6 Individual Salad Forks .$4.25.
1 Sugar Shell, priced 70.
1 Butter Knife for 80.
1 32-piece Chest priced $15.
Other sets $19.25 to $J1.
Silverware Shop. Main Floor.
12-Piece Set, $15
6 Hollow - handle Medium
6 Hollow - handle Forks at
12-piece Chest $2.50.
Today's 9th Floor Specials!
15cCup Cakes, 1 0c
Genuine Homemade Kind!
Made from Royal Banquet butter
and flour in our daylight bakery all
in plain view of the purchaser. Fresh
all day, and sold at 10c dozen instead
No phone orders nor deliveries.
. Candy Specials
Niftee Chocolates, box 29c
Our own make purest ingredients.
Old - fashioned Molasses Mint Chews,
Made fresh all day by our expert
Fresh in the Candy Kitchen all day.
Standard Tomatoes, Doz. 87c
No. 2i cans, labeled "Puree." Regular 3 for 25c tomatoes. Case of
2 dozen, $1.70; dozen, 87c; can, lyoc.
Karo Syrup, "Blue Label." Fine for
cakes, No. 5 cans 29.
Crusto, the new shortening", No. 4 size
75c, No. 2 size 30.
Butter, Jersey, the well-known good
brand, the roll 60.
'Oregon Prunes, fine bright fruit, 50 to
60 size, 3 pounds 25.
Whole Wheat Flour, freshly milled, in
Ne. 10 sacks, 35.
Alaska Salmon, Victor No. 1 tall cans.
dozen $1.70, can 13c.
Smoked Shoulder, sugar cured, medium
weights, pound 13V? f.
Steel Cut Coffee, "Early Dawn," 3-lb.
cans 79c, 1-lb. cans 2S.
Ginger Snaps, freshly made, packed in
No. 26 cartons, 25.
Blackberry Preserves, Gold Leaf, tall No.
1 jars, 15. Ninth Floor. Fifth Street.
$1 Down, $1 Week
Portable size machine especial
ly desirable for Summer days and
nights together with 6 double
faced 10-inch records and 500 nee
dles, all delivered to your home
upon payment of $1, balance pay
able upon the very easy terms of
$1 a week.
Choose your records here from
the largest stocks in Portland.
PLEAS OF JO AVAIL
Convivial Farewell Brings
: Party Into Court.
LANDLADY DEFENDS MAN
Goodbye Visit, However, Costs $10
.Fine Woman of Underworld
Asks Leniency Because
T: ' or Her Children.
Two women made pleas before the
Municipal Court yesterday. One asked
that the sentence of the court against
her friend be set aside. The other
wanted a chance to remain in Port
land and complete a 'millinery course,
that she might' keep her children in
school. Both were women of the under
i Krick Johnson was goins to the
mines and had announced his depar
ture to North End friends. Someone
told him. that "Goldie" wanted him
to come and say good-bye. When the
woman ran a rooming-house. Erick had
rented one of her rooms for more than
year. So, on the eve of his leaving,
he bethought himself iof "Goldie" and
his obligation of friendship.
In certain circles of North End so
ciety there is a fine disregard for
ronventional speech. They carry oh
.their gossip with an Elizabethan, free
dom from all restraint. In "Goldie's''
room, the officers say, the anecdotes
were racy and the comment rancid,
'rhey listened for a time, then entered
Convivial Signs Found.
TTpon the tables were several emptied
freer bottles and foam-smirched glasses.
A haze of cigarette smoke luing about
"Goldie." her friend "Maude," and
Krick, who had come to bid his former
This is the story that was told In
Municipal Court. Judge Langguth, who
hears 60 'of similar sort through the
month, rebuked Erick for the company
he kept. The young man flushed. He
mumbled rebelliously when he heard
the words, "Ten dollars."
Up from a seat in the audience
sprang "Goldie," whose own case had
been postponed y the absence of her
attorney. Blonde and rouged and con
fidently comely, she reached the bar
and stood before the court.
"Your honor," she said, "this man
does not deserve a fine. He roomed
with me for a long time and I asked
him to come and say good-bye. He is
a laborer, a hard-working man. He
can't afford it." Just for an instant
her bold blue eyes lowered, then lifted
again. "As for me," concluded the
woman, "well, so far as Im concerned
it's different, I guess."
The fine stood.
Other Woman Worried.
There was no boldness In the atti
tude of the other woman, whoso name
Anna. Her face was white with
worry and her grey eyes were filled
with fear. "When she spoke the words
were scarcely audible.
Yes, she said, "I have. But, your
honor, 1 cant always get enough
sewing to keep the children in the
country. They go to school there, both
of them." A throat spasm held her
My husband? O. we don t live to
gether. I don't know where he is,"
she wearily replied to another ques
Then the court told her that she
must mend her ways or leave the city
She did not simulate the fright that
followed close on the words.
"I can't leave town." she Implored.
"I can't leave my studies. I'm taking
a course in millinery and the children
must stay m the country.
Anna was fined $10.
Bad-Check Artist Works Grcsliam.
GRESHAM. Or., May 24. (Special.)
A bad check artist enjoyed a short stay
in Gresham the other day, and passed
worthless checks on two merchants,
Adolf Tietze and C II. Lane, for about
i0 altogether. Tietze lost $10.75 and
a check for 112 was cashed by Lane.
who sold a small bill of goods to the
man. The check artist said he was
working on the Base Line road near
here, and would be in later for the
merchandise he had purchased, but
never i returned. The checks, however,
returned and are held by the merchants
as mementos of the sad occasion.
FLAX ACREAGE IS 1000
STATE ASD CITIES CO-OPERATE TO
TEST OUT JiEW CROP.
chased a. small bill of groceries and
tendered in payment a check for $7.60.
drawn on the Ladd & TUton Bank. The
check was returned, marked "has no ac
count." Mrs. Westover sought in vain
for the" address given her by the swindler.
Other checks, passed by ft man an
swering to the same description, are in
the possession of the police.
Oregon Industry Is Attracting Wide
Attention In East and Letters of
Inquiry Are Received.
Oregon's flax plantation this year
will comprise a total of nearly 1000
acres, and the news of the activity the
state is taking in this industry has al
ready attracted interest and inquiry
from important concerns in the East-
Ansel B. Clark, foreign trade secre
tary from the Federal Department of
Commerce, with the Portland Chamber
of Commerce, furnished an article on
Oregon's flax enterprises, which ap
peared in Commerce Reports of May
J 3, and already a letter has been re
ceived from an important New York
company asking for further lnforma
tion and expressing deepest interest in
Six hundred acres of flax is planted
this year in the vicinity of Salem, with
seed procured "from the state. The flax
will be harvested by convicts and the
straw will be sold to the state at a
fixed price. The raising of the flax
under the supervision of state ex
Private enterprise near Gaston has
put in 100 acres of flax, with seed pur
chased from the state, and the famous
enterprise of the Chambers of Com
merce of Portland and Eugene at the
latter city, comprises 200 acres, the cul
tivation of which is under direction of
Eugene Bosse, the flax expert.
Roseburpr has planted about six acres.
BAD CHECK MAN SOUGHT
Small Grocery Stores Are Victimized
by '-John Marshall."
City detectives are searching for a
passer of bad checks, who gives his
name as John Marshall, and specializes
in defrauding small grocery stores.
A short time ago the swindler entered
the store of Mrs. J. L. "Westover. at the
corner of Woodstock avenue and Eighty-fourth
street Southeast. He pur-
WARMER TRIAL LIKELY
NEW INDICTMENT IS DRAWN IN
CASE OP ALTO DRIVER. -
DR." CHILDS SENTENCED
Fraud Conviction Brings From One
to Five Years.
"Dr." C. Howard Childs, inventor of
"A posteriori. " a catarrh "cure." the
chief ingredients of which are water.
table salt and coloring matter, was
given a sentence of from one .to five
years in the Penitentiary when he ap
peared before Circuit Judge Morrow
yesterday, after having been found
guilty by a Jury for obtaining money
by false pretenses.
Childs was found guilty several
weeks ago. but sentence was post
poned during a determined effort being
made to secure a parole, cnuds naa
given to J. G. Garman. as security for
$800. about 600 cases of "Aposteriori
all but 30 of which were discovered to
be empty boxes. The discovery" of the
astonishing formula for the catarrh
remedy was a feature of Childs' trial.
More Than 2b Graduate at Gresham,
GRESHAM, Or.. May 24. (Special.)
The Gresham public school has closed
this year's session of school, and pro
motion cards have been given to the
following, 23 in number: Letitla Pul
fer.- Gertrude Dowsett, Wilma Atter-burj-.
Eva McCarter, Roth Tibbits. Ruth
Inglis. Mabel Metzger. Bemema Math
ews. Andrew and Henry Karpenstein,
Harry Hamilton. Elton Gradin. David
McKeown. George Pullen. Arthur Ny-
atrom, Adolph Lauber. Conrad Metzger,
David Johnston. Lang Goodwin, Elsie
Smith. Esther Peterson. Thelma Metz
ger and Robert Thomas.
BOX OFFICE NOW OPEN
Secure your seats now for comic
opera. ra Diavoio. See the great
est local production ot opera ever
given in the city 100 people ensemble.
Performances Thursday Night. May 25
saturnny niannre, may Z7.
Charsje of "Assault With Dangerous
Weapon" Vpon Accident Victim
Made to Cover Ground.
C. A. 'Warriner is not likely to escape
trial on the charge Of "assault with a
dangerous weapon." as the result of his
automobile colliding with a motorcycle
on Columbla.Highway April 9, causing
Mrs. Alfreda Beckman to be terribly
A second imjictment was returned
against him by the grand jury yester
day, the demurrer to the first having
oesn sustained by Judge Morrow on
the ground that It did not contain suf
ficient facts. The new indictment is
more detailed. Juvlge Morrow has in
dicated that he will overrule any de
murrer against the second indictment
on the grounds that an automobile
could not be considered a dangerous
The wording of th new indictment is
as follows: "C. A. Warriner. being
armed with a dangerous weapon, to
wit. a motor vehicle, commonly called
an automobile, did then and there un
lawfully and feloniously assault one
Alfreda Beckman with the said auto
mobile, by then and there unlawfully,
feloniously, wantonly and recklesly
driving- and propelling said automobile
on. over and against the body of her.
the said Alfreda Beckman. thereby
wounding, bruising and lacerating the
face and body of her, the said Alfreda
miah J. Harty., archbishop of Manila,
has been appointed bishop of Omaha.
Bishop of Omaha Named.
ROME. May 24. The Most Rv. .Tere-
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Its Purity Makes It the Best! '
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