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fHE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL!,' PORTLAND, FRIDAY EVSIIIKO. AUGUST IV IZZZ
(Contlaued from rage Ona.,
aeavtly aad that there hu bHii mora
or less losi f Ufa throughout Chll
aad Peru aa me meager enspaicnos rs
indicate thai tha en t Ira wast
coaat mt South America, auffsrad aa-
versly. Tha' ' eartriquane was ran
throughout Argentina M othar South
Ansei-tcaa oounirieB out no f rwi uam
aa mmmt nf tha inM la rennrtad.
Tha Chilaaa consul cenaral at New
York haa rsoeivea na aavioee irons n-a
-overnmrnt, all tha newa available com
lua' from telegraph com pan lea and. from
private messages. . , . . (,:
iyg REPORTS CONFLICT
,' (Continued from Page One.)
Tha nrlnnlnal bulldlnas Of Valparaiso
i ara-thaitrr-rnmant paiaca,Th cuatom
bouse, tha large bonded government
if- warebouaea. tha hospital, tha city hall
and two theatreai , Titer la aiao an im
i nana thaoloaicat seminary, 4' naval
t ' .
. i acaulemy, a lyoeurtv large government
4 railway shop, xottaanea, macmoa anopa.
sugar rennerlea and many ana modern
V' business blocks, erected by Englishmen,
f 1 - an.. lm4MM. AhOUt ADS
' tenth of tna population are foreigners.
I Valparalao waa founded In liS by
Juan da Baavedxe, wha named It after
his birthplace In Spain. Tha city was
, captured by Drake U I6TI and waa
aa-aln Ukan In 1611 by Hawkins. It
l mmmm MnWI th Tlltall U)raalr VlBl
V' vimrt in una. , ..;...-
J Valparalao haa bean vtsfted by eavara
aal-ihnualraa In. 1718 1KXX. 1111 UQ
1171. it was eartlally destroyed by fire
In lltl. In 14$ It waa bombarded by
?. a Spanish fleet under Admiral Nunes
Y and a urp part of tna town laid in
ruine. - ' ' "'- '
f Tha present 'earthquake - Occurred at
Y night, which . 4s . vary rara , incniii,
S though frequent ' ahakea occur during
I, tha day. Most of tha shakes aro mere
i. tremblers for.- though shocks are com
F . drfWiah.. H fait Mllv
i about, one In it years, though minor
.' onea-ocour In aoms part of Chili avery
j tenth yaar. - - nrr- -.
1 - Tha earthquake manifest themaalves
t'r by quick horlsontal and aoroatlmas ro
ri tary vibration and when tha focus is
-'. ear tha ea It also Is agitated. Tha
I ground undulates, but very rarely bursts
open.. and avan.tha most violent shocks
t are over in a fw second a, though there
1 la a succession of gradually lessening
'I shock. ,-- 1 - 1 ...
V In tha earthquake of February, Kit,
L the Isle of SanU Maria-was upllftfd 10
I feet but It subaldad fw weeks after
F ward and la now lower than Its original
i elevation During this earthquake a
' .tidal wave flowed over . tha town of
f; . Talcahuano. . v Tha. datp aaa cloaa In
f ehore waa dry for a few mlnutaa and
f'-amoke burst from tha aurfaca of the
..water. ' v ..
, . In tha earthquake at Coqulmbo In
. November, Hit, the sea. retired '!
"" yards and then rolled back 11 feet high.
An English ahlp anchored in aeven
jj fathoms of water nearly touched the
'bottom from the receding of tha sea.
' which afterward, rolled In a flood, and
j , the water continued to ebb and flow for
an -hour .and a .. half. -.
t Thera are fear, cltlea in tha United
Stataa s, hilly aa Valparalao. ' Ban
f 'Frahciseo Is hilly In spots, as la Beattle
and Portland,' but 'thay are aH in tha
kindergarten class whan compared with
Valparalao. 'That' portion of the city
which 4a on the level to badly twisted
out of shape In the effort to utilise all
.available apace." ; -Vc
The name Valparalao meana tha val
- 1-y Of Parts but Instead of bains; a val
ley thahllla are so steep that It Is dlffl
' " cult to climb them.' Several long streets
- ; ramble aimlessly along tha waterfront,
- but to get anywhere else, one .must take
L a rowboat or an elevator. .
- - Valparaiso la an important business
.' - center but the commeroa Is almost
wholly lit tha hands of foreigners, prlav ,
,: cl pally Germane ana jsnfiisn. The net
? ter cle of natives go In for farming
i.ar poi) lies, ine piaca naa oewn a great
I 'Vrhaat tiArt and fninr ettlA mrm ahlnneA
,; : from ti, " t - ,-'-' .
., Its southern region agricultural lands
' - and forests, while Its central portion ta
t i vineyards. Tha nitrate depoalta In the
, northern deaart ara tha greatest In the
.' world and are yielding the country Ti
, 'per east of ita revenues. The nitrate fa
- . used principally as a fertiliser ..- and
.Germany buy a most Of It. ,
.:. 1 Tha varioua communities along the
Mat afhtnli n tat m HaI mwimtmwrm , n ttm
', nitrate industry, are supplied with pro-
visions by weekir steamer. .
- FEAR FOR SHIPPING
: (Continued from Page One.)
Ing a chance at the wharves. There
waa". soma talk of havlngona lot tha
.islands blown up when I waa there la
order to secure better anchorage facill
:tlea - r ...
Mffu -1.1 t S t l
Aum auilllllie vft lMaiaiiw sm mm-
, The Trousers bargain of the season Is right in the 300
pair bunch that we are displaying in our south window
f at ....... V , . . , . , $2.35
, Twice a year February and .August, we sort out
all the broken lots and let the trousers buyers in on the
ground floor. (' '
Some Sold for $3
Some Sold for $4
: Some. Sold for $5
',' 'i ''V.' :'. ' -" -"' ' ,-
-i , We've Everything to Wear for Men and Boys
168 AND 168 THIRD ST. V MOHAWK BLDO.
nanaa. tha ..It Mm the distributing
ntrt tnm all tha railnlrv hack Of It tO
the boundary of the vast district tapped
v... Kn ik. Atlantic shore.
v, auHi.Tiin ..w -
Th principal urticlea of isWMrt art
tilde, tAJlow. iron or na muuu.
a.a.A .ka. Mnnaai aaa 1mmnM. 'All
asiis a (IV iuini e ai -
Earopa carries on aa extensive trade
with tha port and tnere is aiw.j. a
large fleet of merchantmen there, the
flags of avery maritime nation being
seen almost any day. . ahould aay
that In point of shipping Valparai-o Is
sa Important a port as San. Francisco,
l . M.M mn ....
4 II sn iiivi w ww. ,
tThe city Is built according to Euro
pean. , plans and haa aome imposma
structures, partleulsrly the great ca
thedrala. one of wbioh I was told waa
erected at a coat o J8.000.000. . It was
one of tha moat magnificent structures
- mtA aw .v.. An.- Tha cftv is the
a wvvi j - - - -
. . .! naienrk of railroad
f rarVnnnTn "ail Oir-cuunw. -oy-rnTO i
which tha vast country o-
posea of Its products." , (
! ' USED TO 'QUAKES. .
....- . sssaiBj---aaBaBa
Todga Oaplaa, rorrne Consul a Val
paralao,- Says City Is vrepareo.
v.. Li,, v fanlae. whose offlcea
iwil av.. . r- . . .
are in ths Mulkey building. Second and
Morrison Streets, in is cuy.,ws ur ivi
rears American consul st Valparaiso,
Chili. He returned to Portland from
thaclty In tha eprlng or
appointed consul by the late President
Earthquakes ara of frequent occur-
t v.in.riaiv Mn Canlaa say a.
I ,UV w.yw - -
and consequently every precaution aaa
been taken to prevent r"a
from them. The houaea are chiefly
ajnha anil of law construction. Tha
population, he eays, is about 140.000.
so m posed largely, of natives, and Span-
lards. -' .
Tha ' "itv is aeeuatcmed to earth
quakes,-,ald Judge Caples. . though
during the four yeare i was xnera m.
were no tremblers of any consequence.
ti.. ki.tam A tha eltv. however, la
. 11. . iiia.vi i '
one pf quite frequent disaster from
itfc i. .ki.f. a naaManAa ttltv.. thOUSh
. W. - " . '
i.m iilatrlota ara oceunled bv manu
facturing and business concerna The
houses are Bunt moauy oi -aooa anu
a long time la devoted to their con-
atmotinii. Tha material la considered
In that elty aa tha tnoat Ilktlyito with-
. . m . w .kiub A vaaa la
eiana an i luijuim uw. .
required to ouiia a story.
Va Imlania At a. fnur-atorv build
ing is to be erected, the first story Is
put up this year. , the aeoond next year
and ao on. The yaar la euppoeed to
be sufficient' time for the building to
settls and get used to any shocks that
may follow. '.
Tha oltv la naAiillarlv Situated On
tha shore, extending' over a long area."
FELT AT WASHINGTON.
(Joarsil Speelat Berrlet.)
Waehlngton, Aug. IT. North Amarloa
was shsken by the earthquake which
shook South America last night. The
seismograph he fa gives a clear record
and shows that at 7:60 o'clock the earth
swayed a quarter of an Inch. :
1 The earthquake began at T:tl o'clock
and continued four houra The record
indicates that the shook must have bean
very eevera at Valparalao. ,The reooid-
ing pea waa not so much agitated aa
during the. San Francisco and 'Indian
earthquakes,. ; ; .
(Continued front Page On a)
usual, responded promptly, and without
looking at either hta counsel or his fel
low-conspirator, took the witness-stand
and iresolutely faced ' the Jury. All
through his examination he kept his
back to Judge " Bennett and tha -defendant
Hoping against hope. Judge Bennstt
objected to the testimony - of Watson,
Insisting that he be advised that ha
need not answer any of tha queationa
put to htm. District Judge Hunt went
Into details In espial sing to Watson the
extant of his rights, and the wltnes
"I came here to tell the truth,"
Judge Bennett aettled : down In his
chair. A look or aisgust settled on his
face. Hia hard work of three days, of
trial, " the airy auperstructure that he
had bu tided waa doomed. Zachary
fumbled with two pieces of blotter and
studied the back of tha man who had
turned agalnat htm.
Watsoa Telle atla Story. .
Watson told the whole story. Zach
ary had Baked 'him to file on the home
atead. From tha time of filing until
the time he proved up he had not alept
on tha land a single night Whenever
he , had -oie m -the claim ha had not
stayed there more than "a minute or
two. He. told of hia wanderlnga, cor
roborating the testimony of other gov
ernment witnesses in every detail. He
For Your Own Selection
had spent most of his time In the Wil
lamette valley and had made a trip
to Mlaaourt. His absences from Wheel
er county varied in duration from a few
months to 'three years, and at no time
did he make any effort- to comply with
the homeataad law. - Several times while
In Wheeler county he had worked for
Zachary and at such times hsd made
his horns on the Zachary ranch., , ,
The witness talked low but was not
depressed. Occasionally ha laughed, aa
If he thought stealing nomaateada from
the government a good Joke? - '
At last tha long story ended, leaving
the defense without a ahot In Ita looker.
-That's alt," . said - Prosecutor Henay.
Judga Bennett- whispered with Zachary
for a few moments and than be, too,
said: f 'That's alL" r
Prosecutor Henay' announced 1 "The
government rests." It was 6 o'clock
and past and Judge Hunt ' ordered' an
; Defense Olosea Oasa. -
'. Whan court convened today It was
apparent that the defense hsd given up
its fight, Zachary sat wiU. hia wits
and little boy half way serosa tha room
from his counsel. Judge Bennett arose
and said meekly, "That 'a our ease."
Watson had annihilated whatever caaa
Zachary ' had and tha announcement
sounded like-tha granting of permis
sion to take a last look, at the departed,
but there was nothing also to do. Coa
Barnard, with no Watson to contend
against, had put la a defense- and failed.
Facing even greater odds, Zachary was
helpleaa. . ... --.
United States Attorney Brlatol made
a brief argument In half an hour he
had reviewed the Important testimony,
dwelt at length - on the clinching evi
dence given by Watson and pointed out
the many incidents tsndlng to prove
that Zachary . knew that Watson, had
never lived upon his claim.. -. 1
Counsel for Zachary followed with a
single sentence: "I don't desire to
make any argument, your honor." .
' Jadga Xunt Charges Jary.
Judga Hunt devoted nearly an hour
to charging the jury. Tha defense bad
not submitted any- list of requested in
structions, .but . had , asked that, the In
structions It offered in the Barnard caaa
be. considered as offered again. The re
quest wss granted. ' Stress waa laid on
the fact that it devolved upon tha gov
ernment to prove beyond a reasonable'
doubt that Zachary committed willful
perjury when ho swore thst Watson had
settled upon. Improved cultivated and
continuously resided on his homestead
The. defense made numerous objec
tions to ths instructions, and then the.
case waa submitted for decision. In to
minutes the Jury returned and Foreman
Newton Clark handed In a verdict of
guilty. Only .one ballot was taken.
Prosecutor . Henay asked that Zach- !
ary's bond ba raised to 110.000 and Uiat
the time of sentence be set for tomorrow
morning. Judge Hunt -replied that he
would fix the bond tomorrow. Pend-1
ing eentenee Zachary retained his liber- I
ty on his old bond of M.000. : ,:
Will Sa eateasea Vocaorrow.
Hamilton H. Hendricks, eonvloted of
subornation of perjury, and Coa . D.
Barnard, convicted of perjury, will also
be sentenced tomorrow morning. ' Judg
ment wUl ba deferred in the case of
Charles A. Watson. Ha may ba needed
again as a government wltneaa, and If
ha were sentenced ba would ba barred
from-' testifying In any court In .the
United States that -being one of the
penalties of perjury.
Ths Jury that convicted. Zachary was
made up aa followa: Newton Clark,
Walter E. Tales, Lewis C. Bh6rno, Amos
iteaen, - wiiuara Knotts, w. T. orinn,
L. C. Cavanagh, Francis Feller, A. H.
Blrrell, J. O. Malona, Thomas Price and
John Bunn. ,
COLONEL 5AYS THERE,
: WILL BE NO TROUBLE
(Joaraal Sperlal Servlee4
Washington, Aug. 17. Tha war da
partment haa received the report from
tna commander of the troopa at Fort
Brown, Colonel Penrose, aaying the
shooting was dons by an enlisted man or
men whose identity has not yet - been
ascertained. He declares- h la work
ing In perfect harmony with the mayor
of Brownevllle and ia allowing nona of
his men to go to town, keeping a full
company on guard. 'Hi says there haa
bean no trouble since the. shooting and
he expecte nona '
SHIPPERS FAIL-TO -.s
;L0CK OUT SAILORS
(Joerasl Special Serviee.)
San Francisco, Aug. 17. The antic!
pated action on the part of the mem
bers of ths United Shipping Trane-portatiom-aeeoclation,
ordering "the ship
owners' association to Join handa with
them In a general lockout agalnat the
union foroea, Is still In abeyance, and
It may ba that auch action will be de
ferred for aavaral day. -
TROOPS QUELL MOB
THEN ATTACK JEWS
(loareal gpedst aerrlce.t
London, Aug. 17. Ths Jewish Chroni
cle correspondent says after tha dla-
turbanoea lit Warsaw were quelled yes
terday tha soldiers attacked the Jews
and that tha caausltias among the lat
ter number 169.
Preferred Stock Osaned wood.
Allan -Lewis' Best Brand.
AT THE THEATRES.
- .. . . , Pantage. ';. '. "
The rahtacre usually good shew Is attnet-
Ins msay people. Ita principal number Is "The
Old Guard." as preMnted by iirntf McOray
and ble company. Other entertaining feature
sre the srvat Mrlnette, who sets o cleverly
that roe could slnwat Imaflne he Is wntaan;
Jcsnette Fleteber, who entxrtalne evaryena with
her cnaraum alnfing: Merritt sisters In a
aerelty act, and away ether ettracttre ausiNrs.
At th Lyric
A military drstns Is atwtrs latenwty Inter.
tint t the mtytrUf ef taople. mbf-ln. as
It date, those stirring sad rtHttng -k-iiits
ealrnlatM le Implre ana to spar aianklni te
actios la the defense of some great priori ti.
The -rurrf nt week's bill st tbe I.Trlc, "The
Mrchln ' Reclment,' portrays has roiidltlorn
and rfdeets a very beautiful eeatliamt oa the
part ef some ef Its charar-te.'. , .
' 1 Coming to th Star.'
Only a few mora days remain before the Star
opens ss e dramatic stork bouse st popular
prtrrs. Toe opening Ta eat for neit MntMiay.
'Caoaht la the Wan," a attrrlns ideteetlre
rama la four acta, will l,t th.. Iilll, , ,
At th Grand. .
Bright . and cheerful Is the'vauderllle enter.
talament at the Grand this week. It Is la
karaaoay with the rennrr itIjs ef tbe thaatf ned
la a plsaaant nterta'nin.-nt la every rnapecl.
Ertward Kallle..tha huuurot. with his aft-r-dinner
collection of -odda and ed. I a rant
tal rntrrtalner an-1 etna-le-haaded dtflaa autrew
sadTMee, ,?.,-. -;v T-.-. ... . .,
Th:ii:nnj3 of VCmcn
ARE MACE WELL AND 8TR0X3
8ioeiM sf Lydta E. Plsakast's Vagetakls
Ce-jpHml Ritts Ua the Fast that it
Rtally Dsm slain Sick W Well,
Thouaaada upon thousands of Ameri
can women have been restored to
health bj LydU E. Pinkhams Vegeta
ble Compound. Their letter are on HI
In Mrs. Plnkhsm's office, snd prova this
statement tot a faet and not s mere
boast. - 1 -
. Overshadow Lc 4 Indeed Is the sucoeee
of this great medicine, and oomparad
with it all other medioinea and treat,
ment for women re experiment.
. Why haa Lydla B. Plnkham's Vege
table Compound aeoompliahed such
widespread results for food . ;
Why haa It lived and thrived and
don its glorious work for a quarter of
a century t
Sfmply sAdureTyDecaus6f itilteti
ling worth. The reason no other med
icine haa even approached Ita suooesa
1 plainly and positively because there
Is no other medicine in the world so
good for women' Ul. ; '
Th wonderful power of Lydla B.
Pinkham's VegeUbl Compound over
the til nr. sea of womankind 1 not be
cause it la a stimulant not because it 1
a palliative, but lmply because it is
the most wonderful tonlo and neon-
tractor ever discovered to act directly
upon th female jrstem, positively
nmm diaaaaa. and displacements and
restoring health and vigor. . ' .
Marvelous eurva aiv rejiwimi
all part of the country by women who
have been cured, trained nurse who
have witnessed cures and physician
who hava recognized the virtu, in
Lydla B. Plnkbam' .Vegetable Com
pound, and are fair enough. to rive
credit where iwi due. If physician
dared to be frank and open, hundred
of them would acknowledr that they
constantly preacrib Iydfa B. Pinkr
ham' VegeUble Compound in sever
cases of female ilia, as they know by
experience that It will effect a cure. ,
Women who are troubled with pain
ful or irregular period, backache,
bloating (or flatulence), weakness, dis
placements, inflammation, ulceration,
that " bearing-down" feeling, dlasi
neaa, faiatne, indigestion, nervous
prostration or th blues, should tak
Immediate action to ward off th aeri-
- a tt Ka rmtflw tA
health and strength by taking Lydla B.
. . . . w . l J 1
rinknam terawvw upmwaaii. ui
way writ to Mr. Plnkham, Lynn,
Mas., for advioa. It's free and always
aalpful. :;-'. .. ;,'
SAYS MRS. JARVIS
IS NOT INSAT1E
Neighbor Woman Says Patient's
Daughter Had Mother Placed .'
v. In the Asylum. '
JUDGE JVEBSTER DENIES
THAT SUCH IS THE CASE
Declares H Did Not Say Woman
Wa Not Insane and 8ay Coanty
Court I Not In Habit of Railroad.
ing Ptopl to Aiylum.
Though Dr. 8. E. Joseph!, en Of th
foremost Insanity specialist of x the
northwest, pronounced Mra A. W. Jsr-
vis Insane after a careful examination,
Mrs. O. W. Stewart, a dressmaker liv
ing at CSt East Twenty-first- street,
takes It upon herself to announoe that
she Is firmly convinced that MravJer
vis is not Inaane. . '
Mra Biewart Is reported to. have sa'ld
that she thought Mrs. Jarvla did nof da
serve to be In the asylum, and-that Mrs,
Jarvla daughter, Ida Cooper, had cent
her there to get rid of her. t
"I talked with Judge Webster regard
Ing the condition of Mr a Jar-vis," said
Mrs. Stewart-yHe says hat she la
Just bordering on insanity. . Ha la of
the belief that 1f she wilt makeup her
mind to eat she will recover entirely.
Judga Webater was asked this morn
ing about his alleged interview with
Mra Stewart He said:
"I expressed no such opinion. -1 told
Mrs. Stewart that I was firmly con
vinced that Mrs. Jarvls waa Insane, as
waa Dr. Joaephl, or aha would never
have been committed to the asylum.
"Mrs. Stewart aeems to overlook the
fsot that It Is the county court that
aenda people to the asylum, and not ths
relatives of ths afflicted person. And
railroading people to ths asylum Is not
practiced in this court"
- Mrs. Jarvls wss at the home Of Mra
B. 8. Botsford, at 6C East Twenty-first
street when the examination was made.
Mra. Stewart Uvea Just across the
street. Mrs. Botsford wss Indignant
this morning ovsr Mra' Stewart'a re
marks. "Mrs. Stewart never spoke to Mrs.
Jarvls in hor life," shs declared. "She
hss never bean in my house, and never
even saw Mrs. Jarvls except across ths
street. Mrs. Stewart Is a meddlesome
old goselp , who knows nothing about
our affairs, and becauss she could learn
nothing started this story about Ida
having her mother aent to the asylum."
' Mrs. Jarvls' huibsnd oommltted sui
cide In Los Angeles In January, by
Jumping off a five-story building after
fasting seven days. Mrs. Jarvls cams
to Portland about three weeks ago to
se her daughter, Mra Ida Cooper. Mra
Cooper's husband Is a bartsnder in As
toria and she works In the saloon with
her husband, according to the story told
this morning by Mra Botsford, who is
- Mra Jsrvis had' newspaper aceounta
of her hueband'B death, and It la said
she read theae constantly, and fre
quently spoke of committing suicide.
Shortly before her commitment to the
asylum she refused to eat' and it was
feared she would kill herself.
"Th fact that the physician at the
asylum ' will promptly discharge Mra
Jarvla should she be cured aeema to
make Mrs. Stawsrt's sfforts rather un
necessary," said Judge Webster.
Bleated Sohool Vrtnolpal.
(Rperlal 1) la patch ta Tbe Journal.!
Forest Grove, Or., Aug. 17. William
T. Fletcher, former instructor In ths
Pacific university, hss bean elected prin
cipal of the High school of Pueblo, Colo
rado. He haa been doing post graduate
'work In Columbia univeralty. He ob
tained hie colleae education at the
. , . i -.
Of The National Shoe and Clothing Company , HT a;
Py f"7 '.-,',: ; ., : , -vy. si TI ' TY ll ''''
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED BY EXPERIENCED CLERKS ri
Biggest in Stock Oftered for Sale, Assprfeient of Bargains'
DO YOU ASK WHY? Here's
Q They dare
We Will Discount
' The people of Portland know these things well, that's why this big
store will be crowded from morning till night Portland merchants
" ; never saw such a sale. Seeing is believing; look'for yourself ; be
. convinced beyond a doubt;, we will back everjr, statement . . i',;
207 FIKST STf EE
VI ST. L0V9 SaZTASB SAU Off ,
' 0?a l.OOO pa'Ira anst lie sold, ana anil
qnlck.: These are the prices that will sieve
tWa. - Tbe . 8t Louis sslvsf e Cempan Is
imer undersold. - . .
LOT SO. 1 Onalatlnf ef tbe National tt-M
and 12.00 Worklns Panla; SO striae. Is
mtton. woreteds. jeans, ate.; all se st. We
LOT KO. Over 600 pairs man's beavv
easalmare and Jeaaa Pants, sold br tbe
National at (2-S and l50; tber ajl
lfii 4or ai"palra estrs " VaUtr ' 'wool
easatmeras, worsteds sad eordoreja: the
National's M te ft Pants, et fl.l
LOT SO. 4 Over BOO pairs tallor-nade
oarcertsed and allk-aitted wemtads, caa-
elmare end mrdurort the National's $4.60
and $S.0O PasU, at
LOT SO. 1 Man's las dreaa Sad work
ehlrta eosae sliataUr soiled or dsmasad
br wsur and amoket ail standard stakes,
worth 60e. at 10a
LOT SO. Men's snd dots' yolt and
ffllsae shirts, la the aewest striae snd
patterns, 75r snd Sue enes, 'st 10e
LOT HO. a Men'a floe toll dress shirts, la
tha new lare effacta, aonshrlnkable neck.
- bandai assorted psttarns, eatfs attached
or detached; the National's 11.00 valure
LOT 'SO.' 'illconaletlns ef ' all' tbe' 'standard
aaakM ta flne dreas shirts, collars attached
or neckband stjlas: a broad Tart.tr of
fane? patterns; 1.M Qaallty, BalTSse
nrtco - M
l6l SO. t Ota for sms's soncea silk sba-ts
worth $2.00. '
LOT SO. Men's Irene Cambria nlfht
hlrts, silk-embroidered, roll M inebca.
. $1.00 qnatltr 4Se
LOT SO. T Man's extra qaalltf work anlrtai
the National's 60e. at Ma
LOT SO. I Msa'a beet analltf refaUr $1.00
work shirts ....foe
LOT HO. Man's TBs flualltj black satasa
LOT SO. 1 Men's up-to-date. Itrllah sheas.
In sstla calf and vlci kid. In sll slses
snd widths: the National's $2.50 shoes,
at I.... $1.1
LOT SO, S Men's fins Dreae Shoee in inn
metal salt, worth $3.00, at .''..fl.l
LOT MO. Men's bea.r Work Shoes, with
estenalon top soles; shoes thst will coat
you 13 00 anrwhere on earth, st $1.4$
LOT SO. 4 Men's extra quality vlel kid
shoes, worth M.IK, at $1.4
LOT MO. a Men's Sne Drese Shoes, la
velour rslf snd vnnmetsis; ssw Vlel sin;
the National's $3.25 Shoesat... $l.d
TAf WA alhAnt inA nalra rni'a in. tan
Oxford hoea. MOO .aloes...... $1.M
LOT MO. Handrede at pairs of men's Ane
Dnas BBoss, Is tas, aossia rair, paims
colt, French ealf and Tlrt kid shoes; the
National's $4.00, $0.00 and $0.00 ahnes.
LOT MO.' ' lu-Msn's" ' Eniilab.' " "kip ' ' bellael
tonana, extanaioa snis, nea.y wore anoaa;
the National's $at0 sed $4-00 ahoea
LOT M0, 0rr BOO pelra raen'e tae bench.
mads shoes, la valour, Tin, paiani,
chrome calf, fna ealf, in ths saw stylleb
laata; all elaee; tbe Katloaai'a $l.0 and
aa on . . 11. SB
LOT M0. 14Conelsrlnf of about M tlTt
Sne dress snoes. in an pei.ni uiorn-r.,
Panama lasts, worth $100. at ....... .$
LOT M0. XV Mas s 16 Carpet Uppers,
Don't Be misled, by
2U7 t-irat o.reew
Louis Ssiyage. Ob.
i Entire btocK at-
TPE ST. LOUIS SALVAGE COMPANY IN
PANY IS CONDUCTING
and Reduction in Prices
ARE' COMPLETELY CONFOINDB
1' That they have no such stock in either quality or values to. :-r ..v 'r '
offer. Here's si $75,000.00 stock. Think of It. : ; k' V; ';,'
2 They cannot make iuch low prices ; never have, cannot now and ; . . : :V,".,
never will. The St Louis Salvage Co, challenges the coast. : V 0;
not offer auch a guarantee and back
and the prices both.
Any Price Made on Any
BETWEEN TAYLOR AND SALMON STS.; ; , ;
: Por The St Lous Salvage .Company'a Sign-: ..t .;-:y
ST. LOTTI SaLTASS SaLl 0 ,
LOT M0. 1 Osnslsrs ef saea'i batbrisiaa asd
men 'a eaperwetght marlao nndsrwesr In ell
slses, doable seated drawers; ths National a
We easlity. t , v Ua
LOT MO. S Ooasista of SO styles et Sws's
rreneb balbrlitan coral . rlbWd. darby
:' ribbed and encfe boo boa. . asede wits
strapped sessss snd doobls-eested drawers,
beautifully trlmaicd- indestructible seems;
the Ktttaaal'a 41.00 valoae, atr.rr.rr.ape
LOT MO. ft-avrlaes all ef the Matleaal's
lu. B-mnanaee an er xae KSTieoare
al and ewnerwclfht Bterlse that they sold
te $166 pet firaeati the It tools
rags price 4$e
. wool and
LOT MO. Onsllty soents. ' Pare lambs
wool. Anatrallan sad silk and wool-mixed
nnderwesj, wortk a ta $340 a (arment;
t cm price .,r... ........ .....We
LOT 1Msa'i lSe Meek aad Ua aeae.n e
LOT S Msa'i 90a black aad tea boss.... Se
LOT S Men's toe fancy nose.... lie
LOT Men's BOe fancy lisle boas lie
LOT S Men's SSa wool kese Me
LOT Man's BOe wool boslary 1H
la abnndsaca ef styles and pattevne, raabinn
sbly Ulkired salts whlrb the National sold
st tbe leweet possible prices. The St. Iwila
Sslvsfs Company hss Sfreed te sell thls
stork and It moat go. We hard dlvldsd them
late are kits, as follows; .
LOT M0. 1 Cotialatlnf ef ever BOO Sotts. In
dark and medio m colors, sold by the. Ms-"
tlonal at $ ta. $10.00; will he aa sale
t ....... s. ...$l0
LOT MO. S Oompiielaf W0 Suits ta choice
Pall materlala snd sty las, sold by the
National at $10, $11, $11, will be sold at.
s choke. M.N
LOT MO. S 400 elefsat hand-tailored Bnlts.
, all styles and colors, aoms roll silk snd
sa tin-lined ; sold by the National at $10.00,
$1100 and $11.00, at ,...$7.40
LOT M0. Kxtra qnallry. BOO Knits, enston
Blade, imported materlala, eere-ee, Italian,
brilliant or fall sllk-llned; sold by the
National at $2XB0 to $20.00; choice... .M
v V MEN'S HATS
The ireateet, (randaet aasortmeat la Pert
land, at prices ae lew that they , will mors
fast. . . '
IBs for men's crash and straw hats worth SOs
aad $1.00. - - --. : - ., ,-. ,
Se for bmb'I straw hat worth IP tar $1.50.
Me for choice of SO styles la men'i soft-and
stiff hats, worth ap to $2.00 aad 4 3. BO. ...
We fires rod choice ef 100 styles men's soft
and stiff bats. In leery new stylish shape
' that's en the market; all etandard Ifsncy
bats, worth ap to It 60 and $1.00.
-91.41 for choice ef 10 styles la ana's Sao Soft
hats Ikst are worth $1-B0. ,
$1.1 for men's Itetsoa, PnnUp sad Knos
styles, worth $$-00 te $B.00.
MEN'S OVERALLS' .
tOe for ill the ttasdard makes ef ereralls,
, ta bib or plala black er blue skadea.- .
Imitatioil Sales Oars
SELLING THE ; f
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LOT M0. 1 Boys' SBe Rvipeadera. .v..'.. e
LOT MO. S Man's Ma Saapenders lea
LOT MO, B Mae's BOe Snspendera.. vl.,.laa
LOT MO.' 4 Men's TBe Bnspenders. tpq
LOT M0. Man's $1j0O Boapsnders.. , ..
" Men's Handkerchiefs i I
LOT 1 Msn'l IBs lioaa bsadksvchtkfa
LOT Men's S3e linen bandkcrcblefi.i.. e
LOT I Mes s Me silk and Ilaea handekfs ls
LOT 4 Men's BOt allk ksadkercbtefi. .'... IM
LOT M0.1 Hundred! ef voath'a W W olid
17.60 single snd doable-breasted itytee,
aires 14 to 10; plain and fancy patterned
weaves, ef e trans th aad style, at. $S.W
LOT MO. ft Kmidrsds ef yon tha $SS0 and
J 10 salts, slnile snd doaDle-brsestsd; ases
4 to 80; otyllsh waa res $$.W
LOT M0. S Hnndrsds ef Tenths' $1160 salts
LOT MO. 4 Tooths $1$ end $1$. salts.. $.M
LOT 1 Ladles' shoes snd oxfords, vlct kid,
, pstenf-tlpped Cabas and hlh heels i the new
' style pumps and oxforde, worth $2.80.
LOT ft Conaliti ' ef S plsla toe, oafnt colt
oxford, doll back, welt sole; also la vtct
-- kid and patent tipped; National's -11 no
,LOT S Omelets ef ladies' $3.60 to $8 00
. shoes end oxfords, la all . styles, wdlths
snd slses, at $1.41
LOT 4 Ledlee Sne drese shoes. 'In tas and
black shoee and oxfords. In the aew Louis
IV keels snd welt soles snd extension
soles; the National's $3.00 ones, St. .$1.41
LOT ft Tbe srsadeet assortment of ladles
hoes ever pot tn one lot; every pair worth
$4.00 to $4-00; all to st... $1,M
Ladles' Jackets Waists.
Skirts, Kimonos. Etc.
We hive lot te sell this stock. We bar-
slned te do it and ees't fet away from It.
LOT 1 ladles' tan eovert Jsvkets, allk lined,
cut la the latest fashion and worth op to
$8.00, $10.00, $13.00 and $18.00;: all so
' la one great, grand lot at..;..,..,....$l.M
LOT ft Consists of about ' BOO ladles' 1ns
drees skirts, wslklng skirts of every de
scription, all tbs newest atrlas snd fan-
' lies. They are wortk ap to $10.00: all
I go at ll.M
LOT S Ooealete of a boot STO ladtse wslsta
In tan noobslrs, graas linen, black sateen,
etc., etc.. worth $1.00, all go at.. S9e
LOT 4 About 800 very floe klmonoe. worth
$l; all go at..., Ms
LOT f 300 dosen Isdled SB black boss.
, high spliced best and tot; warranted faet
color; 85o enes at Is
LOT S Consists ef a boot B0 dosen todies
Ins black snd fancy hosiery la Hals snd
lace lists effects; Boe ones, at.. la.
LOT ft Consists of shoot tn dosen assorted
ladles' pstsnt leather belts, gold rope ef.
facts, etc.; worth BOe to $1.00, at..,, lie
LOT T Lsdl.s' tine quality boas and carpet
slippers, 76c sad $1.00 ones, at..... ...We
Is the Only Genuine
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