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POBTIiAXD, OHEGOX, SUNDAY 3IOKXIXG, OCTOBER 1, 1905.
Window Shades made to order
Best Hand-made Opaque.
Artistic Picture Framing.
Highest-grade Watch Repair
ing. Very Eeasonable Prices.
Trimmed Hats $2.95
Values Up to $5.00
Women's and Misses trimmed 'Dress Hats,
representing all the new and most desirable
shapes, embracing small, medium and large
effects, made of velvets, silk and fancy
braids, trimmed with fancy feathers, wings,
ribbons, etc. No trouble to find the color you
are looking for in this line, for we have
them all. Values up to $5.00 C? QE?
Choose tomorrow 4p7cl
Trimmings and Lace
The largest and most comprehen
sive department in the Northwest. If
you want the newest and swellest
trimmings or laces come and see our
Big Introductory Specials
Chiffon Applique Trimming in floral
and separable designs, 2 to 3 inches
wide, black, white and colors; regu
lar price ' .$1.75 to $1.25, tomor
Ecru Lace'. Galloon, straight bands
and medallions, 1 to 14 " inches
wide; values up to 25c, tomor
Ecru, cream and white galloon trim
ming, 2 to 3 inches wide, floral de
signs, motifs and medallions;
values $L00, 75c and 50c, tomor
50c Souvenir Cups at 25
75c Souvenir Cups at oO
95c Souvenir Calendars at. .50
35c Souvenir Calenders at. .25
50c Souvenir Watch Fobs at 25 J
$1.50 Souvenir Watch Eobs To
75c Souvenir Steins at 50
$1.25 Souvenir Bag Tags at 50$
25c Souvenir Hatpins at 15$
50c Souvenir Hatpins at 25$
500 Boxes Highland Linen Sta
tionery in white and blue; regu
lar 35c, tomorrow 23
1000 Souvenir Letter Tablets; reg
ular price 15c, tomorrow. ...95
900 pounds of fine Linen Cambric
Paper, containing four quires of
paper; regular 50c pound, to
Euvelopes to match, special...
Cipman, (Uolfc $ Co.
New and Exclusive Tailor Suits
and Coats at Special Prices
Tailor Suits, Special at $25.00
Women's Tailor-Made Suits of fine all-wool im
ported Panne Cheviot, in "black and navy blue.
The jacket is made in the new 27-inch Half
Norfolk shape, new full leg-o'-mutton. sleeves
with turned cuffs, all satin lined. The skirt is
made in the newest 9-gored st3le, with fan
plaiting; special value at $25.00
Tailor Suits, Special at 527.50
Women's 45-inch single-breasted, tight-fitting
tailor-made suit of fine all-wool Panama cloth,
in the most popular shade of gray. The coat
is all lined with fine qualitj' gray satin, velvet
collar and velvet-trimmed cuffs. The skirt is
made in the newest plaited style; special value
Empire Coats, Special at $15.00
Women's 44-inch new Empire Coats of fine all
,wool tan Covert Cloth, made in this season's
most popular fly-front shape with mannish
notch collar. This coat is made with 16 plaits
stitched half way down, full new leg-o '-mutton
sleeves with turned-back cuffs. The yoke is
lined with satin; special value at.... $15.00
A New Department
In Charge of
Miss Moeller, of New York
Art Embroidery in America has advanced
marveloasly. Lipman, Wolfe & Cos deter
mination to have an art department equal to
any in America has succeeded in bringing
together the brains, facilities, skill and mate
rials. Come to this store and see all that is
new in Berlin Embroidery, Kloster Em
broidery, "Eyelet Embroidery, Hedebo
Embroidery. New designs in Center
pieces and Cushion Tops. Stamping of
shirtwaists in Hedebo designs a spe
cialty. Every original idea in articles for
Xmas work is here in handkerchiefs
and veil cases, pin cushions, etc.
Full lines of cords and tassels.
A magnificent line of pyrography
Free lessons in embroidery and pyrography.
i Exhibition of
r Work Linens
A big importation, long delayed in
transit from the land of the Mikado, will
be the feature at our Linen Counter this
week. Hot only is the collection a remark
able one for its merit and beauty, but Jhe
tempting prices at which we offer them
makes this exhibition of Japanese drawn
work linens a special occasion for advan
tageous purchasing. You know how it is
Oome early, as there is always a big ad
vantage in first selection.
Doilies, round and square; Squares from
6 inches to 36 inches. Scarfs, IS inches
wide 54 inches long. Tray Cloths, all sizes.
Eyelet embroidered Doilies at ,18c, 25c,
35c, 50c, 75c to $5.00.
2 and S-quart all rubber Fountain
Syringe; special 98
2-qnart maroon rubber Hotwater
Bottles; special 75
Transparent Glycerine Soap; spe
cial, cake 5
Best quality high-grade Oatmeal
Soap; special, cake ...6
Thespian Cold Cream, in jars;
Tooth Brushes, 4 and 5 row, me
dium, soft and hard bristles; reg
ular 20c, special H
Wright's Listerated Tooth Powder,
4711 Perfumes, all odors; special,
I New Arrivals in Book Store
Nedra-By George gfe. p&E
Barr McCutcheon $L50 $1.08
Lure of the Labrador
Wild Dillon Wallace net $1.50
Get'Nert The new
Joan Henry JBook. .$ .75t $ .59
Fur Boas, Scarfs,
A big assortment of Furs at little
Fancy Cluster Isabella Fur Scarf
with six natural fur tails to match;
Four-in-Hand Fur Tie, 4S inches
long, of finest quality blended
mink, all lined with satin; spe
Four-in-Hand Fur Tie, CO inches
long, of extra fine quality, blended
water mink, trimmed at each end
with Chenille fringe and lined with
satin; special $6.00
Fancy Fur Collarette, a novelty,
made of two extra fine quality
blended water mink, trimmed with
two fancy silk ornaments and che
nille fringe, lined with brown
Skinner satin; special.... $7.50
Fancy Fur Boa of fine selected Sable
Opossum, finished at each end with
two fur tails, also cord with fur
tail at each end; trimmed with silk
ornaments; special $9.00
200 White Waists, of heavy cotton poplin
cloth. The entire front is made with fine
pin tucks, plaits and fancy embroidery; full
new leg-o'-mutton sleeves, with deep plaited
cuffs.. The back has eight fine plait3.
Regular Price $3.50, Tomorrow $2.48
At Rarely Low Prices
Here is news of sharp, decisive reductions in the prices of
Blankets and Comforters. Housekeepers will recognize a rare
timeliness and acceptability in these low-priced offerings of
10- 4 White Wool Blankets at S3.25
11- 4 Extra heavy Gray Wool 'Blankets at $3.25
10- 4 White Wool Blankets, $5.00 values at $4.0O
11- 4 White Wool Blankets, $6.50 value at. .-. So.oO
11-4 Superior Wool Blankets, $7.50 value, at S6.50
11-4 Extra Selected Wool Blankets, $10.00 value at.... $8.50
Silkoline Comforts, filled with the finest grade of white lami-
nated cotton, covered with the best quality of figured silko
line in light or dark ground-; full size and weight, special
at t : $1.48
Sateen Comforts of the best quality, filled' with the finest grade,
of white laminated cotton, covered with the best quality
,figured sateen in dainty designs; extra large size, full five
pounds, special at $2.68
Lace Curtain Sale
Comprising all this season's"
newest patterns in renaissance
Irish point, Battenberg, Arabian,
Nottingham, Brussels, Cluny and
novelty effects in white, cream and
$1.50, special at
$2.00, special at
$2.50, special at
$3.00, special at
$3.50, special at
$4.00, special at
$4.50, special at
$5.00, special at
$6.00, special at
$6.50, special at
$7.50, special at
$8.50, special at
$10.00, special at
$12.50, special at
We Are Sole Portland Agents for the
W. B., Erect Form, Nemo and
Sole sgests for Young's
famoas $3.00 Hats for Men.
All the newest blocks re
ceived All Soft and Crush
Hats are $3.00
Our Famous $1 Silks
The most beautiful silks that have ever been, made
for $1.00. This offering is most remarkable because
of the increased beauty of American-made goods.
The$e exquisite 1.00 silks rival the best $1.50 silks
from abroad. The more you know about silk the
more cultivated your taste for beautiful designs and
colorings, the heartier will be your appreciation of
the Lipman, Wolfe collection of $1.00 Silks.
It is a brilliant collection of silks to choose from.
We have called your attention repeatedly to our
$1.00 silks. We shall insist and insist oh having the
attention of the silk-buying public turned to our
$1.00 silks for they are worthy of all praise and
attention. It is to your decided advantage to know
and buy our $1.00 Silks.
New Plaid Silks
We are prepared for the Great Plaid Silk Hush.
We anticipated our wants in time and are pre
pared to show the largest variety of Plaid Silks
more than all Portland stores combined. Ex
clusive designs in Louisenes and Chiffon Taffeta.
Prices as usual the lowest, 85c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50
New Plaid Dress Goods
Imported all-wool Scotch Plaids, 44 inches wide, also
silk and wool French Plaids; special val. $1.00
Kail's Detachable -Umbrella
The tightest rolled Umbrella made,
extra quality tape edge, silk, can
be put in suit case or trunk;
Sizes for women and men, largo
variety choice handles; spe
$1.50 for $1.15
Umbrellas, in both women's and
men's sizes, made of fast black
mercerized gloria, steel rod,
paragon frame; handles, horn,
silver, Princess, boxwood, pearl
and cherry; regular price $1.50,
your choice tomorrow. .$1.15
Celebrated La Vida,
C. B. Corsets
Taft Reports Unfavorably on
His Government of the
HIS SUCCESSOR PICKED
Tcnncssccan Antagonizes Filipinos
by Race Prejudice General
Jnmcs F. Smlth.May Soon
Become- - Governor.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 20. (Special.)
Tho opinion has been expressed by
prominent members of tho Taft party
while In San Francisco the other day
that General James F. Smith, who Is on
the supreme bench of the Philippines, will
JUkely be soon the. Governor of the Philip
pine Islands. The good reason for their
belief Is that Luke E. "Wright, of Mem
phis, Tcnn., the present Governor, will b?
asked by President Roosevelt to resign
on the recommendation of Secretary of
Governor Wright Is expected to arrive
here In November on his Journey to
Memphis and Washington. It is given
out that he is making the trip for a
change of climate and sceno and to be
present In Washington at the opening of
bids for the construction of tho projected
system of railways through the inlands.
Th true reason for his visits iiowever.
is said by the Senators abd- Rcpresenta-;
tives of the Taft party to be his retire
ment from the Governorship of the
"Wright Antagonizes Natives.
It seems that Taft is not satisfied with
the administration of Wright, who has
rather antagonized the Filipinos than
paclfici the Influential class with govern
ment positions. The result is a widening
of tho breach, which' must bo closed at
once. In the estimation of the Secretary
of War. Rumor has it, too. that Wright
Is not without certain prejudices cgalnst
the dusky Filipino, because of their color.
On the other hand. Generai Smith always
exhibited considerable tact In dealing
with the natives and notably won thcir
cteem and affection from the beginning.
AU this Is -well known to Mr. Taft and
now General Smith is looked upon as the
one man for the high office.
Smith's Successful Career.
General Smith went to tho Islands as
he Colonel of the First California Vol
unteers, giving up a lucrative law prac
tice here After the difficulties- were ad
justed, he was made Military Governor
of the Island of Negros. Later on, ho
was promoted to the rank of General in
the United States" Armv by removal and
his last appointment was as a Justice of
the Supreme Court of the Philippines.
He also was selected to serve on the
Important committee to Rome which
settled the nine questions relating to tho
church In the Islands. In all his work.
General Smith showed executive capacity
of a high degree and a forcefulness and
resourcefulness that won him distinction.
CZAR PRAISES WITTE.
Telegram Inviting Peace -Envoy to
Visit Him on Yacht.
ST. PETERSBURG. Sept, 30. The fol
lowing Is the text of the telegram of Em
peror Nicholas Inviting M. WItte to come
I congratulate yon upon your return from
America after brilliantly carrying out ray
mandate, which was of the greatest Impor
tance to the state, and Invite you to come
and see me aboard the yacht Polar Star at
BJoerkoe. The - yacht Strela la placed at
your disposition In accordance with my
Referring to alleged interviews, which
have appeared In the foreign press, M.
Wltte declares that he has received no
newspaper correspondent since he left
3IIKADO HONORS" VICTOR.
Conqueror of Sakhalin Invited to
Luncheon Professor In Disgrace.
TflVin Cunt "A II T "T TV, a. fm..
ror of Janan has honored Lieutenant-Hen-
era! Haragulshi, Commander-in-Chief cJ
the Japanese army on Sakhalin, by in
viting him to luncheon on Tuesday.
Nakamura, Takautaro. one of the six
professors who signed an antlpeaco
memorial to the throne, was compelled to
yield to the-pressure brought upon him,
and tendered his resignation, which was
accepted today. As he was a professor In
tho Nobles School, which Is under tho
Jurisdiction of the Household Minister, he
had to yield, but this procedure does not
apply to other professors who hold seats
in the Imperial University, as that Insti
tution is controlled by the Minister of
Education. The outcome of the govern
ment's procedure against these professors
Is being -watched with keen interest.
STRONGHAND 3IAY RULE ItAND
Probable That Fcjcrvary "Will Con
tinue as Premier.
VIENNA, Sept. 50. (Special.) As a re
sult of the various long and Important
audiences that 'Emperor Francis Joseph
has held 'this week, it Is expected that
the Fejervary cabinet will continue In
office. If It does. the. policy of the strong
hand probably will be added to put down
the disorders In Hungary. There la no
doubt hai tne Coalition leaders favor the
Liberal premier, at the head of a new
cabinet. ' That, they Bay, would be likely
to bring about a speedy improvement In
Snow Shuts in Japanese Army.
TOKIO. Sept. 30. Snow Is falling on
cntwmjiu uw.uk iu J n-
passable condition of the roads, the
Japanese troops still remaining at
Alexandra vsky cannot be withdrawn
overland Into Japanese territory.
Strong sales are .constantly prevailing',
making: It next to Impossible to re
movo them on transports before navi
gation closes, which will be within a
few weeks, and preparations will be
made to Winter the men there.
Protest From Russia to Japan.
ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. a). The Rus
sian government, through France as in
termediary, has made representations to
Japan concerning the treatment of Rus
sian prisoners of war in Japan who have
been sentenced to terms of imprisonment
as ordinary prisoners by Japanese courts
for attempting to escape, such ofTenaes
being considered disciplinary rather than
criminal in Russia.
Division on "VVItte's Promotion.
ST. PETERSBURG. Sept. 30. (Special.)
There Is a sharp division of sentiment
over the advancement of M. Wltte. On
one side the Zemstvoists and the Grand
Dukes have made common cause In op
posing grea rewards and honors for the
diplomat. On the other hand, the busi
ness Interests represented by the brokers
are strong Wltte partisans.
Kaiser's Portrait for "Wltte.
BERLIN, Sept 30. Emperor, William,
according, to a dispatch from St. Peters
burg, In addition to conferring on - Mi
Wltte. Germany's., hfsfiest order, the
Black Eagle, presented him with his por-"
trait framed In gold and inscribed with
the Emperor3 own hand.
Czar Lauds AVitte.
ST. PETERSBURG. Sept. 30.-(Special.)
Mr. Wltte lunched with the Czar yester
day and was elven a- pnrHlnl rrntfr
The Czar proposed the health of Mr. Wltte-
aaa aeciarea mm tne most able diplomat
in the world and a noble patriot.
Czar crakes Wltte a Count.
ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 30. M. Wltte
has been created a Count. Owing to the
absence of Emperor Nicholas. It Is an
nounced that -the peace treaty will not be
signed until the end of next week.
ON TRAIL OF THE FORGER
DETECTIVES SUSPECT A WELT,
KNOWN WALL-STREET GROOK.
Natleanl City Bank's Lous of $30,000
. Charged to Famous Expert
NEW YORK, Sept. 30. (Special.)
Officials of tho National City Bank,
which gave up $359,000 worth of se
curities Wednesday on a forged check,
were still Insistent tonight that tho
robbery wan as great a mystery as
ever, while the Pinkerton Detective
Agency declines to discuss the case.
Despite the pretended Ignorance of the
bank concerning any steps toward the
discovery of the forger in the case, it
Is known that a detective Informed
them today that if the recent move
ments and doings of a well-known
Wall-street character, who has been
in the tolls more than once in connec
tion with shady railroad stock raids,
were looked up, a line on the master
hand In the plot would undoubtedly be
It In believed by the detectives that
back of the whole plot will be found
a man who has an International repu
tation as a swindler.
This man was behind a similar trans
action some years ago. In that casa
the securities were taken from a mes
senger, who asserted that they' had
been stolen from him. The bank was
successful in keeping the thing abso
lutely quiet, and pretty soon an offer
was made for tho return of the securi
ties. This offer the bank accepted, and
the case was closed.
In the "-present case, although tho
National City Bank officials and mem
bers of the brokerage house are ear
nest in their assertions of belief In the
Innocence of their respective employes,
yet the detectives are satisfied there was
collusion between some person whom
Indications placev within the bank, an
"outsider." who could be any one of
several hundred messenger boys In the
district, and a third person the mas
ter mind to devise the plot and to
work It out with an elaboration of de
tail unprecedented In criminal attempts
In Wall afreet. Thl3 third person la
identical, according to the theorists,
with the . swindler previously men
tioned. For years he has been In tne
Wall-street district, and every year
has seen I1I3 name Involved in soma
swindle, either by means of a spurious
corporation or by a bucketshop con
cern or discretionary pool syndicate
He- ha? been indicted a half hundred
times, and has been, twice convicted.,
NEW- YORK. Sept. 30. The loss of
$12,00.") worth of negotiable paper was
announced today by C. D. Halsey &
Co., bankers and -brokers. The securi
ties were stated to have been lost by
a client of that firm. A representative
of the firm declined to say whether they
l1,a been stolen. There was a report
that "ad been stolen by the per
son who recently secured 5360,000 worth
of securities from the National City
Bank on a forged check.
JOHN A. D0WIE PARALYZED
Founder of Zion Church Expects
f Death, ana -ames successor.
CHICAGO. Sept. 30. John Alexander
Dowie, founder of the Christian Catholic
Church in Zion. and of Zlon City. III., has
announced that he was stricken with pa
ralysis on one side before his recent de
parture for Mexico.. He passed through
Dallas, Tex., today, on his way to that
Dowfc has chosen his successor, but
keeps his Identity secret. Dowie attrib
utes his Illness to the "sin of overwork."
and has bidden his flock farewell, not ex
pecting to recover.
Dowlj. who was born near-Edinburgh.
Scotland. May 25. 1817, has been succes
sively a. clerk at Melbourne, Australia, a
Congregational preacher, a revivalist in
that country and in San Francisco and
Chicago. He founded his present church
in 1SSS, and in 1001 founded Zion Cty,
which now has Ij.OCO people and owns
j property worth $15,000,000.
Brldgcmen Meet in Salt Lake Next.
PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 3a (Special.)
The delegates of the International Union
of Bridgcmen aand Structural Iron Work
ers adjourned .at noon today, after decid
ing upon Salt Lake City as the place for
their convention. There has been no de
cision In the matter of the Etter Com
Tn. whtoh. it Hart tin said mi mH
Lnctor for the American Bridge Com
pany, against which a strike
LIS A N D CROP
Philippine Typhoon Leaves a
Wide Trail of Death, Suf
fering and Starvation.
DESTROYS MANY HUNDREDS
Uncle Sam's Soldiers Feed the Starv
ing, but Cannot Repair 'tho
Ruin "Wrought to Property
MANILA. Oct. 1. (Special.) News of
the magnitude of last week's typhoon con
tinues slowly to filter from the interior,
but specific details are as yet hard to
obtain, owing to the fact that telegraphic
service has been paralyzed and it will
be many dayy before the wires are re
stored to their former state of useful-
ncss. It la certain, however, that the
earlier reports of the Ices of life have
been underestimated, and. when the facts
are known, the full list of dead wilt run
well Into the thousands. n
But it is not the dead that are the
chief sufferers, inasmuch as the destruc
tion of thousands upon thousands of nn
tlve huts has been followed by a period
of what approaches actual starvation of
the survivors, and it will require prompt
action on the part of the authorities to
relieve those in distress.
Soldiers Will Feed People.
Major-Gcncral Corbln. commanding the
Division of the Philippines, yesterday is
ued Instructions to all the"Trommandant3
of the various regiments on duty through
out the archipelago to issue rations to
the needy whenever In their Judgment It
should be necessary- All the soldiers of
the regular army and the members of the
Philippine constabulary have been In
structed to do all In their power to aid
the suffering natives. Wherever garri
sons have been established, the quarter
masters are lnstruavsiLto gUe out nny
supplies they may have on hand thnt
are needed by the Inhabitants of their
Here In Manila subscription lists have
been opened for the benefit of the suf
ferers, and the money Is to be used by
a committee of Americans to be named
later. Tho work of repairing the damage
caused by the storm Is going on night and
day, and It Is generally believed that
communication with the interior will be
restored within a week or ten days.
Immense Damage to Crops.
The list of casualties to Americans has
not been completed and wlll not be for
some time. Inasmuch as the officials of
the Insular government are devoting their
attention at present to relieving the dis
tress of the sufferers, leaving the matter
of compiling a list of dead until later.
The damage to crops cannot be esti
mated, but will run well into the hundreds
of thousands of dollars. This la a moat
serious blow. Inasmuch as the last season
has been the first when the agricultural
workers have been In a position to do
their utmost with their land, and they
had built great hopes on the outcomo.
Tito Chnngsha Reaches Manila.
MANILA, Sept. 30.-(4 P. M.) The Brit
ish steamer Changshahas arrived here.
The Changsha, a steamer of 2300 tons
belonging to the China Navigation Com
pany, was overdue 36 hours from 'Hong
kong at noon today, and It was feared
that she had met with disaster In the re
cent typhoon. A number of American
passengers were on board.
Typhoon Buffets Empress Steamer.
VICTORIA. B. C, Sept. 30. Advices
were received today from Shanghai that
the steamer Empress of Japan was se
verely buffeted In tho typhoon which oc
curred 'In the China Sea at the boginnlng
of September. The Empress was damaged
about the deck and was 30 hours overdue
when she reached Shanghai from Naga
saki. INSANE MOTHER'S CRIME
Kills Seven Children and Herself.
Husband Commits Suicide.
ROCK ISLAND, 111., Sept. 30. Mrs.
Clarence Markham, of Cambridge, In a
fit of temporary Insanity today, killed
her seven children with nn ax, placed
their bodies In a bed, saturated It with
coal oil and set fire to It. She then
hacked her throat with a knife and
threw hersolf on the burning bed.
Neighbors rescued her, but she was so
badly burned that she died soon after
she had made a confession. The eldest
child was 9 years old; the youngest a
baby in arms.
Late tonight Clarence E. Markham.
husband and father of the victims of
the tragedy, committed suicide by
shooting himself, after tying a ropo
around his neck so that it would choke
him to death In case the bullet fulled
of its purpose.
CIRCUS MAN IN TROUBLE
McCnddon Arrested in England for
SOCTHAMPTON. Sept. 30. Joseph T.
McCaddon, who was head of the McCad
don Circus, was arrested on a warrant
charging him with fraudulent bankruptcy,
as he was embarking on the steamer St.
Louis today, bound for New York. The
arrest had a tragic side, as on board the
St. Louis was the coffin containing tho
body of the showman's wife, which Is be
ing taken to America for burial. Mrs.
McCaddon died in London last week.
The warrant was Issued at the request
of the French authorities In connecton
with the recent collapse of the McCaddon
Circus in France. Mr. McCaddon will be
brought to the Dow-Street Court here for