The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, February 25, 1904, Page 8, Image 8

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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. FORTLAlSTD, THURSDAY EVENING, FEBR UARY 25. 1904.
DEMOCRATIC LEADERS
AT SWORDS' POINTS
'Straggle for Control Appears Inevitable at ; To
night's Meeting of the County Central Com:
mittec Rival Factions Evenly Balanced
' The hopes of an amicable adjustment
' Of the difference! between the two ele-
, menta In tbe Democratic county central
committee seem doomed to disappoint
ment. The committee is to meet at S
-o'clock this evening In the Mining ex
change. Chamber of Commerce building,
and the Indications . point to a stormy
session. A fight for control, between
tbe conservative element, headed by the
chairman, Alex. Sweek, and the more
radical faction,- led by Newton McCoy,
George H. .Thomas and I T. Peery,
seems to be. Inevitable. The conserva
tive faction includes in Us ranks Gov
ernor Chamberlain, Judge Bellinger and
many others - of thsTyrominent t Demo
crats of the city.
The Immediate Issue Is the question
whether the nomination of delegates to
the county convention - shall; be In - the
hands of the executive committer which
Is controlled by . the McCoy-Thomas,
Peery wing, or whether It shall be han
dled by the general committee, in which
. the conservatives are supposed to be in
the majority. Upon the determination
of this question will depend the control
of the convention. . , : ' '
. The conservatives believe that . they
. have majority of four or five in . the
general committee, and it Is quite pos
sible that they may attempt to put
through a. resolution abolishing the ex
ecutive committee. The reason for such
action lies in the provision of the elec
tion i laws which vests the - "managing
committee" of any political party with
the right to nominate! delegates to be
voted for at the primaries. , The mem
bers of the. executive committee claim
that their body is clearly tbe managing
committee of the Democratic party in
this county, and that they have there
fore the sole right to make the nomina
tions, although they have, called for
recommendations from the various pre
cincts. To avoid any legal question that
might be raised, it has been proposed by
jsome of the conservatives that the ex-
'ecutrve committee be abolished, thereby
leaving the general committee as the
managing committee. - it tbe necessary
.number of votes can be secured, this
will probably be dona.
Tbe conservatives say that they would
be quite willing to leave the nomination ,
of delegates to the Democrat of the
city and county, if they can be assured
of a general expression of the party's
choice. To this end they would be satis
fled to have the nominations made in
ward meetings. ; But they object to the
plan advocated by the executive com
mittee, of calling primary meetings to
make "recommendations," on the ground
that in many precincts where Democrats
are few the meetings would not be at
tended and no -recommendations - would
be" medewltlirtbjr result" that the se
lection of nominees would . be left en
tirely, to -the executive committee. "They
argue that this would result In the nom
ination of adherents . of r the McCoy-Thomas-Feery
faction, which would thus
gain control of the convention.:
The conservatives assert that If they
are victorious in tonight's meeting it
wlH mean that the nomination of dele
gates ' will be left to the Democratic
voters, who .win choose for themselves
the men to represent them. . They think
that the majority of the Democrats of
Multnomah county are in sympathy with
them, rather than with the rival fac
tion. -. , ,
. The McCoy-Thomas-Peery faction ac
cuses Chairman Bweek of ' being se
cretly In favor of fusion with the Simon
Republicans, a charge which he has re
peatedly and , emphatically denied, and
they contend that he and his adherents
should not be Intrusted with, the man
agement of the Democratic campaign.
But Sweek has put . himself on record
so plainly as opposed' to fusion, and has
so consistently advocated a straight
parly ticket, . that the accusation finds
little credence. --.r . ...
There appears to be nothing In ' the
election laws to prevent the removal of
the executive committee,. If a majority
of the general committee see fit to do it.
and the breach between the two factions
has become so wide that such summary
action is quite prooaDie 11 tne con
servatives can muster the votes. "
Two-, years ago Alex Bweek was
elected chairman of the general commit
tee by a voce of 14 to 2. and his friends
assert that the majority of the com
mlttee is still with him. Peery and
his allies Insist, however, that when it
comes to a showdown tney wiu oe
found to have the upper hand.
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A PORTLAND GIRL
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MRS. MAT KOSHLAND JACOBT.
One of the, most elaborate weddings
mf tbe season was celebrated at the
Portland ; hotel ; last night. Miss May
KqKlfland,' daughter, of Theodore Bern
he lot of Portland, was the bride, and
Philip L Jacoby of San Francisco,' the
groom. The wedding took place In the
large parlor, 'which ,was transformed by
palms, flowers and lights into .a bower.
The f our pillars which-eupport the cen
tral arch of the room were wound with
ropes of smllax. and about them were
banked palms and clusters ' of stately
caster lilies.; Midway between the pil
lars were pyramids of pink and white
azaleas, crowned with," crystal vases
from which drooped long stemmed
American Beauty roses. From these
pyramids, white satin ribbons were fes
tooned to the nUlara on either side,
where they were held In place by huge
bunches of pink and white Maman
Cochet roses. . At the, end of the aisle
thus formed, in the alcove, was a canopy
of smllax studded with tiny electric
lights. At the front of the canopy
white doves held in their beaks white
ribbons which fell gracefully to the pil
lars on either side. The background of
palms, and ferns was interspersed with
callas and , caster lilies. The mantles
were banked with ferns and American
Beauty roses, while the mirrors on
either side reflected .the-graceful ar
rangement of palms and lilies.
To the' wedding music from Lohengrin,-
the bridal party entered, the two
bridesmaids, Miss May . Batchelor and
Miss Fay Lavenson coming first, then
the maid Of honor. Miss Koshland, the
little - ring-bearer, Helen Abrahamson.
the bride leaning on the arm of her
father,, followed by Mrs. L N. Jacoby
and Helen Cohn, mother and Uncle of
1 believe that every street that ex
tends fo the river should be provided
with a concrete bulkhead. I am will
ing to vote the money" Councilman A.
K. Bentlev.
. T?roperty owners are now paying 40
mills tax on 10 per cent investments.
Next year it will be more. Ne matter
what we want that 40 mills is staring
us In the face. I've got to skirmish
around myself, and pay $1,800 in taxes
within a few days." Executive Commit
teeman William Flledner.
"1 wish I could say as much. Mr.
Bentley.
During the consideration of the new
fire and' bulldlhg ordinance bill this
morning by the special committee that
has been drafting It, Councilman Bent
ley and- Mr. Fleidner put themselves on
record In a short Informal debate The
councilman went so far as to state that
everything, possible should be done by
the. city to protect Its streets, andHhs
executive committeeman stated his op
position to what he considered needless
expense. '
The special -committee was in session
two hours this ' morning and - succeeded
In checking over about half of the new
bill.- The final meeting will be held Sat
urday morning at 10:10 o'clock. Chair
man Bentley stated that he desired to
present the bill to the council next Wed
nesday evening. The bill Is lengthy and
covers the ground of 60 ordinances now
in effect : The committee has been at
work on it for over six months. ' Every
thlng pertaining to building .construc
tion, fire protection and the fire limits Is
defined. No changes of Importance were
suggested at .today's meeting.' Several
architects and building contractors were
in' ' attendance. A communication . was
read from W. H. Gordon, suggesting that
the ordinance be made as complete as
possible.
During the argument regarding bulk
heads, Mr. Flledner declared there were
other things of vital importance that
should not be overlooked. ''Why, we
can't even find room for our new Areboat,
which we paid 140.000 for," he said.
"Talk about the city protecting its
streets. Some of you gentlemen may
not know it, but the Jefferson street de
pot belongs to the city of Portland. But
the loss of the site to the city cannot
be blamed on any one party. A Repub
lican legislature gave it away and a
Democratic Judge confirmed the gift.
We have the privilege to land our boat,
but no place to keep it." '
Th members of the special committee
which drafted the bill are: Chairman,
A. K. Bentley, council; William Flledner,
executive board; J. P. Sharkey, council;
W. K. Roberts, fire marshal; W. C El
liott,, city engineer..
CROSSES
HAZARD
IN QUICK TIME
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PIUIJP L JACOBT,
the groom, Mrs. Bernhelra and Isidore
Bernhelm, mother and brother of (the
bride. The bride was met by the groom
and best man. Julius Bernstein of San
Francisco.' Rev. David , Levins' per
formed the ceremony. -
The bride wore a gown of white mes
saline silk, simple In design, with i
tucked yoke and garnitures of point
applique, rose point, and pearl a The
skirt was shirred soft and full, with
trimmings of folds and chiffon niching.
The soft flowing outer sleeve was sup
plemented by an Inner one of chiffon
mousquetalre style. Her tulle veil was
held in place by orange blossoms and
her bouquet was of orange blossoms
and lilies of the valley.
Tbe maid of honor, Miss Koshland,
wore a becoming gown of pink tulle,
while the bridesmaids were gowned
alike in pink organdie. The little ring
bearer, Helen Abrahamson, wore a fluffy
white organdie frock. The bride's
mother wore a handsome gown of black
chiffon crepe, over white silk, and the
groom's mother was attired In black
satin with garnitures of Jet. Mrs. Hugo
Abrahamson of San Francisco wore a
gown of champagne colored chiffon
cloth, trimmed elaborately. In point lace.
After the ceremony dinner was served
in the large dining room. Covers Were
laid for 70 guests. The table decora
tions were Jonquils, daffodils and ferns.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacoby will reside in San
Francisco.
'The out of town guests fer the wed'
ding are: . Mr. Kaspare Cohn of Los
Angeles, Mrs. I. N. Jacoby, Mrs. Hugo
Abrahamson, Helen Abrahamson,' Mr.
Julius Brownstein and Mr. N. Kauffman
of San Francisco, Mr. Samuel Frauen-
thal and Miss Newberger of Seattle..
TRE1NT ROAD
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The scene of one of the hardest con
tested legal ; battles witnessed In th
county for years has been transferred
from th county to the state circuit
court. Notice of. appeal from the de
cision of County Judge Webster was
filed today by Bronaugn Bronaugh,
counsel -for C H. Buell, who Is endeav
oring to prevent a county road . being
laid out in the Trmontaddltloa The
transcript on appeal Is a bulky docu
ment containing a copy Of oil th trans.
actions In the county court from Aug
ust 19, 1903, to February 4, 1904. i.
James F. Hugglns and Others ' peti
tioned for the road and Judge. Webster
appointed viewers. They reported fa
vorably, saying the proposed road would
cut off an eighth of a mile and connect
Corvallls and Tremont additions. Buell
then came forward as remonstrant, de
claring that Hugglns did not care to see
the road built as a matter of public
utility, but because he has a store lo
cated at what would be its terminus.
He averred that the proposed highway
would confiscate nine-tenths of an acre
Of his own property worth $500, and cut
off one and three-quarters acres from
the main tract causing blm damage in
the amount of 11,000. '.
The viewers Investigated -the charges
and reported that such a road '-would
not damage Buell property in the least
After months of litigation - the court
overruled a motion to quash proceed
ings and ordered the road built From
this order, issued on last February 4,
an appeal Is now taken to the state
circuit court -
Preferred Stock Canned Goods.
Allen as Lewis', Best Brand. ; .
Four hours after - reaching Tillamook
light the British ' bark Thistlebank,
which arrived In port last evening) was
safely anchored at Astoria. Captain
Parry, commander of the bark, says at
6 o'clock in the morning he was abreast
Tillamook light and two hours later' a
pilot was aboard and a tugboat along-
ide. . At 10:30 o'clock the bar had been
crossed and the vessel was lying in the
still waters of the Columbia.
It Is believed by marine men that this
is one of the best records that has been
made in recent years. Usually during
the winter season a ship has to beat
around on the outside several days be
fore she is reached by a tugboat
The Thistlebank brought a general
cargo from Antwerp, a portion of which
was discharged at Los Angeles. . The
shipment for Portland amounts to 1,400
tons, and consists principally of cement
glass, pig iron, whluky and beer. It is
being discharged at the foot of Pine
street ' . .t
Just before Cape Horn was reached
J. Williams, the cook, died suddenly
of heart disease, . and his body was
burled at sea.
In speaking of the passage. Captain
Parry this morning said:
"W left Antwerp on July 21, 190S.
Coming down the English channel con
trary winds were encountered. - We
cleared th Scllly islands on the seventh
day out' Ther were favorable' winds
to and through ' the northeast trades,
losing the latter in 24 degrees north and
28 degree west longitude; light to
strong solthwest monsoons td ; the
equator, which was crossed on. the
thirty-second day out
"Then ther were favorable southeast
trades to 25 degrees south, followed by
northeast to north winds to the river
Platte, South America, to Staten islands
strong west and southwest winds, and
we experienced great difficulty getting
south and west We rounded Cape St
Johns, Staten Island, on September 26,
after being 65 days out From that date
until November 9 continuous gales were
experienced, two or three of them being
particularly severe. We were nearly
60 days going from 50 degrees south in
the Atlantic to 60 degrees south in the
Pacific, during which time some of our
principal sails were lost We had un
favorable winds to 82 degrees south,
when fine weather was once more ex
perienced and carried until our arrival
at Port Los Angeles on January 2. We
left the California port on February 4,
and made the passage up the coast to
Astoria in Just 18 days."
The Thistlebank Is not ohartered.
IN MEMORY OF .
CHARLES M'CWJR.
Members of the class of 1900 of the
law department of the TTnlvri
Oregon have called a meeting of the
member of the Multnomah county bar
to take suitable action regarding the
death of Charles McOlnn Jr, who died
yesterday in Los Angeles, Cal. The
meeting will be held at 9:30 a. m n.
morrow in Judge Fraser's division No. 1,
or tne state circuit court
Mr. and Mr. MofJInn tuft 1jm An.
geles this morning with the body of
their son. Th funeral will tak rla
in this city probably next Monday after
noon. . i
Senator Taliaferro pronounces his
name as "Tolllver." Still, this Is no
mnr. rbn""' tv voounelng Senator
Delcrtca "Not guilty." .
ME MEVoTGtE SEAOJTQInUtL
ME EOT-QJSOVE- '
A MAGNIFICENT GATHERING
You are undoubtedly Interested In the new styles and will turn toward 1ThY - Exclusive Dry " Goods Store for Information reosrdtng
- Fashion's 1904 decrees. W hsve been among the largest msnufaoturers known to the world, and hsve gathered ef their productions ths choloostj
creationsmany of which are now here, awaiting your approval. We emphssiie the faultless oharacter, the) perfeotlon of style, the elegano of 1
finish, the exceptional High quality and most emphatically do ws pronounce every prloo a revelation. v"-,.:..f j . .' .'io:-'''' ' : ;
' Not that we are perfeot In the know-how of dry goods selling simpfy that w are always willing to learn snd quiokly adopt ths better way
- wtl'"vw' th bettr way has proved Itself ths best wy. That's why ws am growing Into a broader field of action, without limit. That's why '
th voMme of our business Is larger now, than It ever was larger the past week than It was the week before Isrger this year than t was a yes r 'U
- ao Ws deserve th Increase, elss It would not be ours. This store (you know) csnnot rooely beyond the measure of Its giving to those who build 1
Its greatness. 'You will see today's store news Is unusually eoneentrsted, Into an unusual attractiveness. " , ;
The Only
Exclusive
Dry
Goods
Store In
tbe City
. Corner Third and Morrison Streets
The
Store
Noted for
the Best
Goods
FASHION'S LATEST IN SPRING SUITS
EXCEPTIONAL GARMENTS AT EXCEPTIONAL PRICES
t Unoommon pricing of th most fashionable garments that ever cams to this fascinating department. Liberal reductions from lowest' regular
quotations. If you are Informed on tho'questlon, and will Inspect thess suits, you csnnot disagree with us In claiming for them most extraordinary
value. A low prioe on Inferior garments Is one thing of these we have none. A low price on garments bearing the highest stamp of perfection.
a . " 11 .. m .,..,r
In detail and finished whole, Is another thing and our Interpretation of "extraordinary value." For this and nxt week we call special attention
to our showings ef msdlum prloed suits, as well as the fact that you can get ths best In ths market, high in prloo as you ear to go.
Eton Suit
Trimmed Eton
with latin band
and soutasche
braid ; nicelj tail
ored; plaited
skirt.
$20.00
Nobbiest Out
Gray mixed Eton
Suit With fclrdle;
elegantly trimmed
in gold braid and
metal buttoni,
strapped, tailored
skirt.
$25.00
-Mr
Pedestrian -Suit
Light gray mix
ed Eton with gir
dle piped in dark
blue, with mill,
tary buttons ;
nicely tailored.
IT2.50
With Cape
Effect
In brown and
black Voile Eton
Suit with girdle ;
nicely- trimmed
in silk bands and
buttons ; elegant
ly tailored.
$12.50
71
Ladies and Children's
, Underwear
A row and complete Una of new
foods Is being; shown In this de
partment. Specials in ladles' and children's
Underwear, ladles' grey and cream
Vests and Pants, extra fine qual
ity. Regular 16c, now, each..98o
Ladies' cream and grey ribbed, wool
finished seams Vests and Pants,
good . value. Regular . ' $1,00,
now 50o
Odds and ends children's Underwear,
Vests and Pant. , Regular 26c,
to close .....lOo
Xadlos Union Suits, 'SOo and up.
Children's Union Suits, 85o and vft
SHZBT WAISTS TOM 1B04.
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery
; Go where you will, none can equal
our line ot Hosiery for ladles and
children. The quality la always .
right, while our prices are strik
ingly low.
Children's -fast black Cotton Rose,
double soles, all sixes, per
pair so.
Child's heavy Hercules Sohool Hose, '
double knees and double heels '-
and. toes ISo'
Ladles' plain black Cotton Hose, .
double sole and - fast color, per
J pair .19H
Ladles' black, lace and fancy colored
Hose. Regular I So. quality, per
pair ................ '....... 85a
New Spring Hosiery, lisle and
silk, in plain and lac effects, at
lowest prices.: . - -r V
Ladles' Stocking Vest, to ye pals
S for 85a.
FIRST-SHOWING OF NEW
BLACK MATERIALS
Within the last few days soma of ths most beautiful specimens
have come In and are on exhibition now. We had no room In out
old store to display our exclusive line of Black Goods. The whole
Morrison-street side of the building Is ths space they now occupy.
Perfect light to show them. You make no mistake when you buy
from us. We keep no shoddy goods, nothing but the best French and
American makes. Wo want every lady In Portland who may need
Dress Goods In black or colors to come to our store some time dur
ing Friday and Saturday or next week and sea ths quality of th
CDFriAl 45.inchbuck.au Afn
Ji LLInL wool voile, yard UUl
goods mentioned below and ths prices placed thereon, As before,
stated, we are excelled by none la Dress Goods, and our Mr. Mo
Donnell is authority in this Una on the Pacific coast, and It is a
great pleasure to him to advise with our lady customers who wish
his advice regarding a selection.
Below aro a few of th many Spring Goods ws have opnd upi
Epingl, Pin Dot Epingles, Knob Voiles, Knob Etamlnes, Satin
Finish Cordond Cord, 8stin Checked Voiles, Paramata Voiles, Whip
Cords, Silk Finish Armur, Turkish Mohair, Dotted Crop Da
China, 8atin Victoria. -
' New Spring Wash Goods -
Always dainty" and beautiful, th
foreign and domestio Wash Goods
are this season, unusually attractive.
Batiste,.' IS-lrv.. wide, from, per
yard T to 15o
Mercerized Foulards, per yard..l6o
Cotton i Voiles. .-in. at, per
- yard . . ................... .850
Crash Suiting; per. yard...... UH
Best quality A. F. C. Gingham, per
yard ..................... . . . . lOo
Methnen t Gingham, special,' at. per
. yard ; ..... ... .So
Zephyr Gingham, per yard. lOo
Madras Walatlngs, per yard. . . ,19o
U-ln. Percale, per yard......l9Ho
Merrlmao Percales, per yard.... 5o:
Spring Challies, in light cream
ffeot, per yard . MMM. ...... .6s
Table Linens.
Men's Underwear
We carry a line of Underwear
that we defy "competition in quality
and style, and the rlce is far be
low the furnishing goods stores.
W have them for 94JO, 83.00, SLOO,
f 10, $ LOO and Too a suit.
Kid Gloves
Tomorrow morning w will place
on sal four lots of Ladles' Kid
Gloves at ths following remarkabls
prices:
LOT L
Real Kid Glace Gloves, our regu
lar $1.00 values, special at, per
pair ...8130
LOT 8.
Xld Gloves in Glace and Mochas,
our regular 11.50 glove, at. ...S5o
Gibson ...Walking Gloves, regular
91.ZS, vale price ...............870
' LOT 4. ..
Glac Gloves, all colors, regular
price 11.00, special at...... .85s
Ribbon Sale
1
W have cut prices in two on Rib
bons. Never before has this store
offered goods in this department at
such ridiculously low prices. 8
Morrison street window. .
Best grade Liberty Satin In all
colors. , . .
No. 6, per yard.k So
No. 7, per yard.' 8o
No. 9, per yard... ........lOo
No. 12, per yard.............l3o
No. 16, per yard..."....-...16e
No. 22, per yard..,. .17
No. 40, per yard. 80
No. 60, per yard.;......,..... ..85
Wash Taffeta, In all colors, regular
25c value, at, special 17e
Losgerlo Btbboa Had a Specialty.
New lino of Imported black Moray
Ribbon In all widths. t -
Line of ' fancy 1 Persian SUbbons,
regularly sold for 15c to BOc,
our price , .........'..,. ,85o
Men's Hosiery
Fast black for S5o, 80s, ISo, UVi
and as HtU as, pair... ...... 10a
Colored Hose in' all new shades, '
stripped, dotted and flowered, for
85c, SOo and as low as, pair. . .15
COLORED DRESS GOODS-
Materials That Art to bo Much b Vogno for
Spring and Summer Dress.
Are now here in a rich array of weaves and colorings; a
visit tomorrow will be profitable if but for a tour of inspection.
We are showing new medium arid light-weight Woolens, 811k
and Wool materials, English Mohairs, Tweed Suitings, Soft and 'f
Clinging Crepes, Voiles, Melanges, Tissues, Veilings, Etamlnes,
and other new dress fabrics of extreme popularity. The color
range this spring is decidely greater and richer than at any
previous season. A few ot tomorrow's special attractions are
given below. ', , -
42-INCH CREPE DE CHINE In all the leading shade
champagne cream, grey, blue and brown, at per yard. $1.00
62-INCH VENETIAN in tan, mode, grey, blue and brown r
. at, per yard .......Sl.t0
66-INCH ZIBELINE in brown, blue and grey,-at pes yard. f 1.10
WOOL WAISTING3 in figures, stapes and polka dots, at
per yard
..........v.
...59
Big Bargains in Good Blankets and Comforts
. ' We are breaking the records on low prices on Comforts and
Blankets, in which we have a large and varied stock from
which to make a selection. Our advice is that yon had better
take advantage of the special prices we are making. The qual
ity you can depend upon the prices speak for themselves. '
A good full-sized Comforter. .................. .......,..9S
A good white ootton 10-4. Blanket ....... .................65
OTHERS BETTER, BUT THE PRICES REMAIN LOW.
. Go where you will, you'll not find
th quality, th assortment and th
low prloes that prevail throughout '
our entire line of Table Linens. It
is always with pleasure that w
show and praise these goods.
W handle th Leddels celebrated
Lisle Table Linens, made in Belfast,
Ireland. They are good. W know '
it - -
Bleached Table Linens, 85c, 4 So,
500, 850, 750, 85c, SOo, 91.00, 91.85,
91.30, 9130, 91.65, 91.85, 9173.
Unbleached Table Linens, 85o, 85e,
45c, 500, 65c, Too, 91.00, gl.15.
Oregon Flax Table Linens,, . Il.tO
quality for ................ .91.00
Oregon Flax Table Linens, $1.76
quality, for 91.88
Full line Napkins from SOo to
99.00 per dosen.
Large assortment of Mercerized
Napkins. ...
Extra large Damask Towels, fringed
and hem-atitched, a !5o quality,
for 85o
Full line of Sheets and Pillow .
teases at lowes prices.
Full line Crash from 60 per yard
up.
Corsets
We handle three celebrated makes
that we defy the world to produce
a better brand or make Th Red
fern, the Warner (guaranteed rust
proof) and the Thompson.
. The corsets are made in all the
latest stylos and shapes and are
perfect fitting in every way well
made guaranteed.
Necessary to every well gowned
woman la a corset.
. Wane Corsets (guaranteed rust
proof) for SOo, TSo, sse, SI .00, SLas,
9L49 and 9849.
Taompaoa'a glove-flttlng ' Corsets
at too, 81-00, 9L85, 9L50 and SI. 75.
' medfeza Corsets. We are over
stocked and have cut the price in
two for this sale.
17.00 Corset. . -..f3M
Sf.OS Corset .93.00
IB.tO Corset ........ ....... ...98.78
$4.TS Corset . ... 9938
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- Chiffon Collars
Foundation la black and white.
others sell ISo to ISo, our price
- only so
Lustre Crochet Cotton, for . spool v
only 3o