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THE SUND'AY- OBEGONIAN, PORTLAND, MARCH 19, 1905.
IUES LADQ ESTATE
Attorney Asks for FiveThous
HIS CLAIM IS FOR SERVICES
Defendants Deny That They Owe
Him Anything, Saying He Was
Law Student and Was Paid
by Firm at Time.
Thomas C. Dutro, a young attorney,
demands $5000 from the Zeuii estate for
alleged legal services performed between
December, 1896, and May. 1898, in the suit
of Mrs. Hlller vs. Ladd. Dutro, in May,
1904, began suit In the State Circuit Court
against Williant. M., Charles B., John W.
and Caroline A. Ladd to recover the
amount, but for some reason his counsel,
t M. Idleman, did not require the Sheriff
to serve the papers In the case on the
defendants until several days ago. The
, complaint recites that Dutro performed
'services in the Hlller ease In the United
States Circuit Court In Portland, and In
the TJ. S. Circuit Court of Appeals pre
paring briefs and doing other work of a
valuable and Important nature.
Mrs. Hlller was previous to her mar
riage to Hlller the -wife of John JLadd.
who -was a brother of William 8. Lodd,
the father of the defendants. She sued
for an accounting, alleging that "William
S. Ladd owed his brother considerable
The defendants yesterday filed an
answer denying that they owed Dutro
anything. The answer calls attention to
the fact that Dutro has -waited all these
years to sue when the Xadds have been
here all the time, largo property-owners
and prominent In the banking business.
The attention of the court is also called
to the peculiar fact that Mr. Idleman
filed the complaint In May, 1904, and did
not ask the Sheriff to serve It until re
cently or pay any fees -when the com
plaint was filed for Its service.
The answer further sets forth that in
the Hlller case Dolph, Mallory & Simon
and "Williams, "Wood & Llnthlcum ap
peared as attorneys for the Lad da, and
it is alleged that Dutro -was at the time
only a law student In the office of "Will
iams, "Wood & Llnthicum, which firm paid
him $150 for the services which he performed..
Will Argue Over Old Claim.
A motion to strike out the claim
against Charles E. Lockwood, attor
ney, by the estate, amounting to about
5300, will be argued In the County Court
Monday before Judge "Webster. This Is
an old case which has been dragging In
the court for some time. Lockwood de
nies that he owes the estate any money.
Jerry Lynch was killed near The
Dalles In the Spring of 1902. He left an
estate of $561 In cash and a certificate
of deposit for $684 on a bank of Storm
Lake, la. Richard Lynch, a brother,
was appointed administrator, and Lock
wood acted as his attorney. Lockwood
had charge of the funds, which were
deposited in the Merchants' National
Bank, of Portland, Lockwood claims
that In June, 1903, he withdrew this
money from the bank and turned It
over to Richard Lynch, receiving: a re
ceipt therefor. Richard Lynch testifies
that he receipted for and received but
$200, and demands the balance and Interest.
Suit Settled Out of Court.
J. C Moreland, administrator of the
estate of Mary Gibbons, deceased, was
discharged from Ills trust yesterday by
Judge "Webster. Mr. Moreland Informed
the court that the only asset was a
claim against the estate of the late
Thomas Gibbons, and that a settlement
has been effected with Margaret Gib
bons Simmons, the only heir at law.
Thomas Gibbons willed his property to
Dr. Harry McKay, a friend, with a
monthly allowance to Margaret Gibbons
Simmons. She filed a claim against
both estates, and Dr. McKay adjusted
matters with her.
Attachment Suit Against Daughter.
El Casper occupies the unusual role
of plaintiff In an attachment suit
against his daughter. Alpha Casper, to
recover $635, which Includes $479 paid
for furniture in a house .at 249 Sixth
street. The balance due is for Interest
and money lent. Casper says the trouble
between him and his daughter has been
caused by Nels Needham, a bartender.
In his complaint he sets forth that he
purchased the furniture in November,
1903, and ehe has refused to pay him as
she agreed. Ho states that the bill of
sale from the furniture dealer Is In her
Woman Accused by Neighbors.
A complaint was filed In the County
Court against Mrs. St Clair, who Is
living' in a coverod wagon at Trout
dale, by Superintendent Gardner, of the
Boys and Girls' Aid Society, charging
Sicr with Immoral conduct. Mrs. St.
Clair has a little child S years old with
lior. Women living: at Troutdale in
formed Mr. Gardner that Mrs. St. Clair
had been drinking' with men. and dis
turbing the peace. Patrolman Hawley
was detailed to Investigate the case.
Court yesterday. The property, valued
at $7150, is devised to the wife, Elisa
beth C Sprague, who is named as ex
ecutrix without bonds. The children,
Elmer E. Sprague and Seneca Durham
Sprague, are bequeathed $5 each.
Sues to Prevent Ejectment.
J. D. Duback, who ocupics part of the
store at the southwest corner of Sixth
and Alder streets with Bartlett &
Palmer, yesterday filed suit' against
them In the State Circuit Court to pro
vent Ms ejectment. Duback says his
ront is paid until April 11 next, and
that he has a lease, and that notwith
standing: on March 17 he was ordered to
move. He also contends that Bartlett &
Palmer have unlawfully removed, a
partition, and interfered with his side
cnlranco to the store. i
Would Foreclose tie Mortgage.
The gasoline steam schooner Checto
was seized by the Sheriff yesterday in a
suit brought by Engelbe "Wiese to fore
close a mortgage for $3500 executed in
Seattle in 1904. A keeper was placed
Desertion Basis for Her Suit.
Sardie Fisher has sued Joseph Fisher
for a divorce on account of Uesertlon
beginning- in August, 1903. They -were
married In Arizona in 1896.
Sues for Alleged Wages Due.
Ray "W. Pritchard yesterday sued S.
F. Fouts to recover $277 alleged wages
WATCH THE LIGHTS.
Officer Isakson Reports Them When
They Are Out.
Patrolman O. S. Isakson holds the rec
ord for reporting the greatest number of
electric lights out on his beat. He Is
responsible for the police protection of
Sellwood, Brooklyn and adjoining sub
urbs from 2 o'clock in the afternoon until
11:30 at night
Isakson, one of the best disciplined of
ficers of the entire force. Is a man of
education and military training. In his
native country he won a reputation as a
disciplinarian and political economist. He
gets the Tegular police wage of $75 a
month, $900 a year, and drew the sum of
$1800 from the city treasury during the
years of 1303 and 1301. But the remark
able part of It is that he tried to put
the most of it back.
If there Is one thing Isakson delights
to do it is to check up the electric lights
which fall to burn throughout the night.
Isakson reported 1583 lights out during the
year 1903. In the year 1904 he reported out
1263 lights, making a total for the two
years of 2S4Sllghts.
According to the contract between the
City of Portland and the General Elec
tric Company, every time a light is re
ported by a police officer to have been
out all night the flat rate of 50 cents Is
deducted from the General Electric Com
pany's bill. According to this contract,
then, the sum of $1424 would have been
deducted from the company's bills dur
ing the Tears 1903 and 1904 for lights re
ported by this one officer. If the provis
ions of the contract had been carried out.
Isakson In that time drew as salary $1800.
He reported enough lights out In his dis
trict to have saved the city the sum of
$1424. If the deductions had "been made
his services for the two years would have
cost the city but $376.
"I have done nothing remarkable," said
Isakson when asked concerning his feat
"I have simply done my duty. It may
look peculiar for a man getting money
from a municipality to put It back where
It belongs, but one might as well. I
am told by my captain to report all lights
that do not burn. This I have done faith
fully, and when I figured up the total la
the little book I carry I was myself sur
prised. Tho figures show that I have
turned back into the city treasury, if the
deductions were made, nearly all the sal
ary I have drawn for the past two years."
"When It is taken Into consideration that
every officer on the two night reliefs re
ports enough lights out to turn back into
the treasury at least one-fourth of his
salary, it is shown that the services of the
Police Department, as far as the patrol
men are concerned, could cost the city
comparatively little. It Is estimated that
this money, which could be turned back
Into the treasury by officers reporting
lights out. would. If applied again to the
Police Department instead of going to
some other department of the municipal
government, admit of one-third as many
policemen as arc now on tho two night
reliefs being added to the force, giving
better police protection and without mak
ing the Police Department cost the city
one cent more.
Members of tho Executive P-a-'d, to
whom these facts have been told, have
stated that they are considering the mat
ter and that It is possible the money thus
saved the dry by police officers will be
applied to the Police Department fund.
END TO COME
IN TWELVE DAYS
Those Intending to Join Piano
Clubs Will Have to Act
Only Twe Weeks Mere la Which t
Take Adyaatage ef the Wholesale
Prices and Specially Easy Pay
meats See the New Pianos for
$117, SI4C, 5158, 5184, 5218,
Etc., Etc All Warranted and
The greatest and fairest opportunity for
economical plano-buylng will close with
this month. Two weeks can easily slip
by before you know It, and hereafter the
pianos you can get now at practically
wholesale prices can only be secured at
regular retail figures. Better select your
piano tomorrow and save enough on It to
pay for music lessons for a whole year.
This sale has proven a brilliant com
mercial achievement. In the past six
weeks we have supplied nearly 700 homes
in the Northwest with fine pianos at a
saving of thousands of dollars In the ag
gregate and at an average saving to each
club member of about $11S.
This was made possible through the
co-operation of the buyers. By purchas
ing at practically the same time they have
made this tremendous saving.
Please remember that every one of the
30 makes of fine pianos we regularly carry
are Included In this sale.
Club "A" pianos are the kinds that sell
regularly for all the way from $300 to
$300. Prices to club members range from
$117 to $212 and payments are only $5 down
and $L25 a week.
A large number of people have found
extremely satisfactory bargains among
our special Club "F" pianos. There are
still many instruments remaining In this
club that are comparatively new, and not
one that Is not worth almost double the
price we are letting them go for to club
members. Almost every make of Ameri
can piano is to be found in Club "F."
Prices in this club are from $135 to $150.
Payments $10 down and $1-75 a week.
The very choicest Klmballs. "Webers and
Chlckerlngs are to be found in Club
"E" at an average saving of $147 per
piano, and, strange to say. while here
are contained the most costly of all pi
anos, and while payments range higher
than In any of the other clubs, this par
ticular one has been the favorite of late,
as It Is filling more rapidly than any of
During the past few days pianos have
been received from nearly all our factories
and we are again In position to show a
complete assortment of every catalogue
style and make in these various piano
Bear in mind that in two weeks the
clubs are to close and don't delay mak
ing your selection. Come In or write us
Every instrument is fully guaranteed,
and If your purchase should for any rea
son fall to prove exactly as represented,
all money paid will be cheerfully refund
ed. Ellers Piano House, 351 "Washington
street, corner Park. Large stores also
San Francisco, Stockton and Oakland,
Cal.; Spokane and Seattle, "Wash.; Boise
and Lewis ton, Idaho.
In order that more officers may be en
gaged. Isakson paces the largest beat in the
city, but on all other beats officers re
port at least two or three lights out every
night. The sum saved the city In this
manner is a large one, and has always
been applied to defray other expenses In
the office of the City Engineer, for which
an appropriation is made by the Council
without taking Into consideration the
money saved In this manner. The depart
ment which actually does the work which
saves the city the money gets no benefit.
DESTROYERS OF CIVIC BEAUTY
Dogs easily take first rank as de
stroyers of civic beauty. Citizens who
spend large sums of money and assist
In beautifying Portland with well-kept
lawns, shrubs and flowers, all agTeo
that the most destructive agent and
greatest pest to lawns Is the ever-present
All filth-producing agencies com
bined sink into absolute insignificance
whon compared to the dog for defilinc
our beautiful business blocks and side
walks. "With the one exception of cats,
no other agent does so much to scatter
broadcast the germs of measgss, scarlet
fever, diphtheria and other diseases.
Admitted that he is useful and faith
ful to his master, it Is nevertheless a
fact that there are only about 1500 dog
owners in Portland and their pets aro
a source of great annoyance to 140,000
other citizens. It doesn't seem right
and it certainly Isn't Just. Every re
spectable dog owner ought to. from
now on and to the end of the Exposi
tion, at least, keep his dog- oft the
streets. The Council, with a strictly
enforced ordinance, should protect us
from all other dos owners, license or
no license. L. SAMUEL.
Elks' Big "Country Fair."
Arrangements for the Elks' big "country
fair" which is to be held at the Armory in
a few weeks are being made by the com
mittees appointed, and already they have
decided to give fully $30,000 worth of pre
miums. Including pianos, buggies, silver
ware and barrels of apples, as well as
many other things. Among the hundreds
of dolls that are to be awarded is one of
life size, valued at $500. It will be placed
upon exhibition at Rowe &. Martin's drug
store within a few days.
Two life memberships will be given to
the most popular members of tho order,
tho question to be decided by voting.
Mothers can have their babies checked
free of charge, and older children will be
taken care of by matrons hired for the
Registration Reaches a Thousand.
The total registration up " to "date
amounts to more than 1000, and a sub- i
stantlal Increase In the figures Is ex
pected tnls week. All electors must
register, and as an accommodation to
those who cannot come to the office in
the daytime, it is kept open evenings j
until J o'clock. There Is a sufficient
force of clerks to handle 1000 persons
daily without any trouble. Callers are
not required to lose any time.
Husband Wants a Divorce.
Charles P. Hays, who was married to
A "IT T 1 . . n t
at Portland, has begun suit for a dl
vorce In tho State Circuit Court because '
of cruel treatment. He alleges that his
wife frequently struck him. and called
iilm vile names. He further avers that ,
she drinks to excess.
Files Incorporation Articles.
Articles of Incorporation of tho Pa- '
clfic Miner Publishing Company were J
filed In the County Clerk's office yes- i
terday by A. H. "Wlllett, "W. D. B. Dod
son and Philip S. Bates; capital stock.
Wife Bequeathed Nearly All.
The wlll-of the late Daniei Sprague
was admitted to probate in the County
! THE DOSE I
Ayar Cherry Pectoral
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Do not undervalue the
services of a skilful phy
sician. Even the best
medicine cannot take the
place of the family doctor.
Therefore we say: Con-
suit your physician freely
about your case and askl
him what he thinks about
your taking Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral for your cough.
If he says take it, then take
it. If he says do not take
it, then follow his advice.
K; by th J. C. Ayer Co.. XnrU.
ATSR'8 PILLS For constipitlos.
ATZa'S EA1X VIGOR For the hair.
AYER'S 8AESAPARILLA For the bloc.
Third and Morrison
Growing Store '
The new arrivals are coming in very fast and each one heralds a new fashion epoch
in style. Every day brings in something new, either in coats, suits, skirts or waists.
Silk Shirtwaist Suits ew models, in plain and fancy taffeta, in colors
of blue, green, brown and black, prettily made, with fj ft Cn
shirring orplaitings. Priced at $17.50, $15, $1250 and v. JU
Ner Spring Coats The newest 1905 Covert Coats, tight-fitting and
semi-fitting backs. Priced at $12.50, $10.00, $7.00 JJj QQ
New Style Skirts Every woman is interested in the new skirt styles. 'A
great many new and original effects have been brought out for this
season; the styles are mostly in plain colors, but we have some very
stylish garments in fancy mohairs, checks and worsted materials. Large
range of prices, from 2.50 up to ..7.50
New 1905 Waists Stunning and exclusive ideas, so different from what
are shown elsewhere. "We have them in so many pretty materials for
you to select from this year:
Silk Waists ..$1.90 up to $5.50
Fancy Cotton Waists 50 up to $2.75
Lawn Waist3 75 up to $2.50
New Mohair Suits Clever designs, in all the correct new Spring fabrics,
suitable for the entire season, in plain and fancy col- 7 Cft
orings $17.50, $15.00, $12.50, $10.50 I.JU
New Spring Wrappers Special values at $!L.25 made-from best qual
EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES THAT TELL YOU WHY.
Should be bought here. Buying in large quantities, and buying fox cash,
enables us to quote prices fully 10 to 20 per cent less than other stores,
who buy on long time and credit.
A Rousing 47c Sale
Of thousands ol yards of plain and fancy mohairs, black and- colored
voiles, black and colored albatross, nunsveiling, batiste, fancy James
town suitings, heather mixtures, etc; every wanted color in the lot, and
all the newest of this Spring's fabrics; 36 to 42 inches wide, and the
identical styles and qualities shown by other stores at 60c f7p
and -75c yard. Monday and Tuesday at 1 1
WE SHOW THE BEST
75c and $1.00 Dress Goods
In the city, and you'll say so, too, if yon investigate.
Grand assortment of such desirable fabrics as voiles, Panamas, eoliennes,
coverts, etamines, poplins, serges, plain and fancy mohairs and Sicil
ians, fancy check and mixed suitings, and in fact every desirable
novelty, 42 to 54 inches wide; all fresh, new, Spring goods, at, per
yard 75 and 1.00
25 pieces English Cashmere, 36 inches wide, black and all colors, yd. 25
An Introductory Sale of Women's Buxson Seamless Full Fashioned Hos
iery These Hose have no seams up the back of the leg, across the toe
or under the foot, have narrowed ankle, widened leg and shapely foot;
knit to fit do not lose their shape after laundering; are thoroughly
reliable ; guaranteed in yarn, dye and wear. Best grade made, 71 p
at, the pair, tomorrow only - -J"
Note Wo replace free of charge any pair of these Hose not found
entirely satisfactory after a fair trial.
Women's High-Class Novelty Hose for Spring Our newly-opened-up
Spring line of Hosiery discloses a bewildering display of magnificence.
Color js king this year. The novel Dresden blues, pearl grays, silver
gray, Morocco red, navy, champagne, the new biscuit shade; white
Hose in a variety of new designs, with a splendid array of 0p
black and tan laces, all on display at, per pair JUL
Ladies' Fine Gauze Lisle Hose Full-fashioned Hermsdorf dye, double
sole, made with garter top; a regular 39c quality; tomorrow at, OC
Children's Heavy Lisle Stockings A splendid seller at 35c the pair,
of heavy-weight lisle, in fine ribs, for boys or girls; dressy and
durable the pair .".J
Dainty Wash Fabrics
This week will find our Wash Goods stock at
its best. A great many novelties will be sold
out that cannot be replaced. So, by making
your selection this week, it will be to your
Fancy Mohairs 27-inches wide, pretty, neat
mixtures; has all the appearance of the wool
goods. Sold at 25c at other stores; our
Silk Warp Eoliennes 36 inches wide, beautiful
fine sheer material, and you can hardly tell it
from all silk; all colors; priced at 50
Knicker Suitings 27 inches wide, fine sheer
imported fabric, full line of colors, that are
guaranteed fast; priced at 122
Printed Batiste 30 inches wide, small, neat
effects; also large floral designs; fine sheer
quality; priced at 10
Fancy Voiles 29 inches wide, small, neat de
signs, also checks and plaids, most desirable
for street wear; priced at 20
Plain Colored Voiles Equal in appearance to
fine wool; colors, pink, blue, cream, brown,
navy, green, black and tan; priced at. .15
Percales New Spring styles, in medium and
dark grounds; double-fold, worth 12c yd.;
our very special price. . .lOd
Special Sale Embroideries
By far the best offering of the season; these
embroideries are worth all the way from 35c to
50c yard. A grand assortment, in beautiful de
signs, such as wheel, scroll, fleur-de-lis; some
with beading. They measure from 8 to 20
inches in width. For the past two months we
have had some remarkable values in embroi
deries. This sale eclipses all others, both in
quality and price.
Extra Special Monday and Tuesday Embroi
deries from 8 to 15 inches, at X8
From 9 to 18 inches wide at 24
Men's New $3 and $3.50
"Wo are having1 a salo on new 1905 Spring- Ox
fords. It Is without question tho best showing
of choice Btyles It has been our pleasure to
offer. It has been tho custom of a good many
stores to advertise a lot of antiquated Junk as
wonderful bargains when they were not able to
fit one customer In ten. "We want to Impress you
with the fact that we have every size and width
In each styles. They're In 13 distinct patterns
and all the new leathers.
"Women's patent leatKcr, patent kid. patent colt,
tan vlcl kid and black vici kid. in button.
Gibson ties, Bluchcr and plain lace $lJe
"Women's $3.00 lace shoes $1.00
219 pairs $2.50 shoes $1.49
Boys' 52-30 shoes 91 JS7
Children's $1.00 shoes 9So
New Effects in Spring
Every day there cemex to esr Silk SeyartaieHt
aoBiethlBsr arvr to add frrsbaess to aa eadles
njuorlmcflt of Krl!nh SHlc. Oar repHlatloa for
eood qaallttes aad ear low prices furaUk some
of the reaseaa for tae large increase la oar. Silk
50 pieces of new Jaaaaeae SasBtal Wash Silk,
best grade, at 48c
The best Colored. Taffeta on earth for tho price.
AO of the best and newest colors to select from
29-Inch Real "TkIdo Peage Silk, burlap
weave, warranted pure silk warp and filling;
regular $1.75 qualityMoaday aad Taesday.Sl.38
34-Inch Imported Peajree. rough weave, every
yard warranted to wash, best $1.75 quality.
Monday and Tuesday flvftS
BUCK CHINA. SILKS "REDUCED!
20-lnch. regular 35c quality, sale price 25e
20-Inch, regular 45c quality, sale price 34c
24-inch, regular 65c quality, sale price...... 5c
27-inch, regular 85c quality, sale price...... 83c
27-Inch, regular $1.10 quality, sale price.... 84c
BUCK TAFFETA SILK REDUCED!
19-Inch, regular 65c quality, salo. price 48c
22-Inch, regular 75c quality, sale price 64e
24-lnch. regular -$1.00 quality, sale price. s-ic
27-inch, regular $1.25 quality, sale price 8Sc
36-inch, regular $1.50 quality, sale price....
! J .
A new line of Taffeta Petticoats, in black, gun
metal, plain colors and changeable effects,
some with plaitings, others with circular ruf
fles, forming flounce, various trimmings; very
special prices $7.50, $6.50, $5.50 84.58
R. & G. Corsets
Strictly correct taodels for tae aexr seaaoa. '
H- t G. Jfc K!3 Latest model, made'of coutllle,
deep hip, low bust, all sizes, every pair guar
anteed; price 81.00
R- fc G. So, SaC Deep hip, straight front, full
gored, low bust; made of fine coutllle. sizes 18
to 30, colors white and drab; price 82.00
It. & G. JT. 351 Now tapering waist effect,
model for average figure deep hip, low bust;
sizes 18 to 30; price 81.59
Specials in Muslin
15 dozea Drawers Six styles to choose from;
fine cambric with deep umbrella ruffle of
lawn, extra wide cluster and hemstitched
tucks; other styles with embroidery ruffle and
tucks: others with lace, all Soc values; Mon
day and Tuesday 65c
10 dozen Skirts Fine cambric Skirts worth $1.75
and $2.00, many different styles; all with ex
tra dust ruffle; some of them have a 12-lnch
embroiderd and lace ruffle; on special ealo
Monday and Tuesday at . SX35
25 doxea Corset Covers Ten styles In fine cam
bric, trimmed with Valenciennes or torchon
lace, or embroidery and ribbons, French
styles; all at one price Monday and Tuesday,
Bargain Square Specials
BEST QUALITY BLACK SATEEN
PETTICOATS AT $1.25.
On the Bargain Square Monday and Tues
day 9 dozen women's best quality
black mercerized sateen. Petticoats, two
styles, three sectional ruffles, deep
flounce, tucked and finished with ruffle
at the bottom; extra special (Tl OC
values at v'
5 dozen "Women's extra heavy quality
Gingham Petticoats, in blue and white
stripes, made" with deep flounce and
dust ruffle, trimmed with two 4-inch
ruffles and 3 stitched bands; perfectly
fast colors, best $L25 quality; fip
Monday and Tuesday OJL
TEN DOZEN "WOMEN'S LAWN AND
PERCALE DRESSING SAC QUE S, 50c
Made of best quality materials, in me
dium, dark and light colors, cut in the
latest styles, large 'collars and full
sleeves, fitted back; neatly trimmed
with ruffles; 75c and 85c values, on tho
Bargain Square Monday and EA
All the ap-te-date fabrics for the making of
Spring "Waists, Gowns. Children's Dresses and
Aprons are here in their dainty newness. Beau-
tlful mercerized Waistlngs, in a large assort
ment of patterns at 3S, 35c, 35c aad 50c yard.
India Linens, exceptional values at So, 10c,
12c. 15c aad 29c yarC
Domestic Specials for
Sheets of heavy quality, size 72x90 inches. at.50c
Pillow Cases, splendid quality, size 45x35 in. 11c
Llncn-flnlshed Hack Towels, 18x36 in.. at.l2&c
Bleached Mtialla, fine, soft firilsh. 36-in. wlde.Sc
Turkey red Table Lines, 58-Inch, extra qual
Honeycomb Bedspreads, full size, handsome pat
Bleached Table Daauuk, all linen, 60 inches
wide, per yard 50c
Bleached Linen Crash, 17 Inches wide, heavy
quality, yard 11c
Feather Plllevrs. full 3 lbs., all clean feathers.
Tarklnh Towels, bleached or brown, extra qual
ity and size, at 15c
Bleached Terry Cloth, for roller towels, yd.,13e
Bleached ITaJoa Table Daaaaak, 64 inches wide,
per yard J 36c
Men's Spring Dress Shirts
We have secured the agency for the famous
i;hiIhptttt.t. Golf Shirts for men acknowl
edged by all to be far superior in make and
quality to any other shirts sold at the same
price. We are showing- a large variety of the
new cloths and colors, and guarantee them
to be as good as most shirts sold in the city
at $1.50. Special value at $1.66
See window for colors and patterns.
New Veilings and Fancy
All the new effects are here, and many of the
late productions can be seen nowhere else in
Persian, Dresden and Dolly Yarden Bibbons,
worth up to 45c yard, suitable for millinery,
girdles, and dress trimmings, in beautiful
combinations of colorings; only, yard. .23
The "Churchill" Hat for men. All the- new
styles. Roberts Bros, sole agents 3X5S
Men's Fancy Sox
Men's new fancy cotton Socks In all the- latest
novelties, such as mixed browns, tans, reds,
greens and champagne made of the best
graJe maco cotton; correct copy of tha 50c
and 75c patterns. Special quality at 25a
From New York's foremost cravat makers. wo
make nothing but high-grade Neckwear. We
are showing the new colors and weaves. These
Ties retail at exclusive furnishing stores for
75c to $1.00. Special at 50c
See Third-street window display.
Curtains, Draperies and
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Carta Ins ex Draperies.
CO "lA-A- BaIr for Cofded Arabian Nottingham
f I II Curtains, worth $3.00. They are 3 yards
by 50 inches wide, and beautiful 'designs.
CO CC-A- Dalr ,or Cable Net Curtains, the kind
y j that will stand laundering. They come
in Arabian colors; 50 Inches, 3 yards
Special values la Xottlagaam Cartalas. at, pair.
$1.90, $1.50. $1.25 and
Handsome aew Portieres, Ottoman, Bagdad and
Oriental effects; priced at, pair, $6.50, $4.50
$3.75, $2.75 and $225
Tapestry Table Covers, In all styles, sizes and
colors; priced at, each, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50 and
up to &59
The aew Grenadine Curtain These Curtains
possess every qualification necessary for an
economic window dressing. One of the larg
est and most attractive assortments In Port
land Is shown In our drapery section, at, pair,
$2.25, $1.90. $1.75, $1.50, $1.25 and $1.06
Wladow Shades When deciding on new
shades, remember we make the sort that fit,
and put them up without extra charge. Our
prices are lower than equal quality can bo
New Tuxedo and Chiffon
"Worth up to 50e yard; this is a new line, in all
the latest effects, in spider web, meshes, plain
and fancy chenille dots; colors, black, brown,
navy, red; per yard. . . 25
50 dozen low neck and sleeveless Union Suits
In ordinary or extra large sizes, dainty lace
trimmings. Regular 75c grade; at per suit,
sizes 4 to 9 59c
Men's Spring Underwear
Men's gray Spring weight merino Underwear,
all sizes, also extra large sizes. Special.. ..acc
Men's balbriggan Underwear In creams pink
and fancy gray. Special S9e