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PAGES 45 TO 52
PORTLAND, OREGON, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18,1?06.
TUL1ATILLA BELLE IS
K&sh Kash it Highly Educated
and Taking Post Graduate
' Course In East.
Br Lulu R, Lorena.
II 'cv ,,-i
. I11 A
j , . . Anna Kith Kash.
Anna Kash Xuh, tha Indian1 maid ef
-rhom tho aboeiwa it-'o-wpo--
aentaeton, la tha daughter of one of the
leading Indiana of tha Umatilla tribe,
' and la tha beet educated Indian girl on
tha reservation. 'Kaah' Kaatt mean
speckle bird, saya tha rad man.
Bho la liked, among tha .mambara o
th trlba, add auoh a nobla,lovlng heart
"as here, sy tha Umatilla makee beau,
ttf ul and fair tha moat uncouth. ' 8ht
'la tarraad tha Umatilla ball a, and la now
taking, a post graduate oouraa In Phila
delphia, having graduated at tha Car-
llle Indian school in: tha aprln ltti
. t - Qnlte Wealthy.-
Thla fall' Anna returned, to the" oaot
with aaveral Umatilla girls .who hara
entered tha Carlisle school. She haa 40
acraa of excellent land In her own right
. on tha reservation, and her father haa
quite large holdings. Kaah Kaah -la one
of tha few Indiana . atlll ' living who
were convert of Dr. and'Mra. Whit
man, tha mlanlonarlea who were mae
aaored near Walla Walla In 117. Hal
- waa m mare boy at that time, but after
the death of Whitman tha mlaalon on
the raaervatlon waa kept up by tha few
Indian convert, and. a -native Indian
would, preach.. .There tha old church
atanda on the reservation today. . A
white man, Rev. J. M. Conellaon. now
haa charge of tha Preebytertea mlaalon
on tbr reservation, and Kaah Kaah la a
devout, member of thla church a
-' - Ha ee tha nam of Mlnthorn among
tha whltea and Anna la known aa Mies
.Anna Mlnthorn at school, They live In
' a comfortable home euch a used by tha
. white men on the raaervatlon, and have
not' lived In tepee elnoe Anna waa a
little papoose, 10 year ago. ,
Anna clothaa herself aa tha white
glrla do and only when having a photo
taken la aha aeon In tha moat gorgeoua
Indian gowns, decorated In aome of tha
moat beautiful bead work dona by the
women or me irioe.. -i
Bdaeatton of Xadiaaa.
Tha education of the Indian fa be
coming almost marveloue among moat
of tha tribes. From generatlpn'to gen
eration tha tradition of the w'hlta man's
rtod waa handed down, until In 1111
four Flatheade wera aent by tha trlba
to St Louie to ask that taachera be
Every student of history know how
"that appeal Stirred the heart of the east,
and caused tha sending of tha first
missionaries to Oregon, and from tha
-movement than inaugurated have since
sprung all the missions to tha Indiana
of the west.
Thua. ha wjio gave hie Ufa to tha In
dlana, and died seemingly In vain, sowed
aeed that sprung up and bora a harvest
long after hla death.
"The gravity, fixed attention, and de
corum of these sons of the forest waa
calculated to make . for them a most
favorable Impression." ....
r r ' Tools Ars Btolw.
C. F, Squire. 436 Bast Morrison street,
and S. J. Flnley, ltl O rover street, com
plained to tha - police yeeterday that
Ithleves had carried away a number of
valuable toola belonging to them from
two new bousea at Park and Ford
atreets. Tha police have no clue to the
' culprits. An unusually largo number of
' reporta of the theft of toola from build
lnn ttiioightwi the olty - have- been. ra
celved during tha past week, but the de
tectives have been unable to apprehend
' any of the thieves. -
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BEST Uimrxir OsT XAKTsT.
v Henry r Fnldwln, Bupt flty Water
Works. Phullnburg. Wis., writes: "I
. hsvs tried many kinds of liniment, but
1 have never received much beneftt un
til 1 used Ballerd's Bnew IJnlment for
rheumatism snd pain I think It la the
. best liniment on eerth." lie, (Oc and
11.00. Hold by WoodardV CUrke Co.
women s Underwear
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V- - JTU
"A ereat buy in women's under-
wear that will set a new mark
for big values in Portland.
Every sample carmen t in the line
t of one of the largest manufactur-
ers in the world. They come
in several grades, fine wool,
' cotton and merino. Colors are
. silver gray or ecru. j Pants and
vests and the vests are in the
following . styles : High neck,
long-sleeves: high neck and
short sleeves, and low necked styles. 162 dozen
in the entire lot ; all sizes and a,llljualifies. Val
ues . run from 35c to $1.50 the garment. We
divide them into two big lots, "all on tables in the
Third St end of the store, Monday morning, and
give you . unrestricted choice for .
Misses' Union Suits
40 dozen of them in this special
lot' hotip-ht hv our Mr.' Lowit at
a snort pnec. umie in siivrr
gray, wun peari Duuons, sizes ior ,rv
S'ris 3l!q 12 years o age; a- regu
r 35c value, Sale , 10rl-"
price only. y
Miimiiceiil Efl Sawiiiiii
TO ATTRACT WISE
Items that compel interest because of their unusual bargain worthiness. Every da'y needs
pncea in a way unncara ox Deiore me aavenr. ot me uoiaen igie. . xou ve noticed, naven t
you, that competition of the Golden Eagle sort makes better bargains all round. Come to
morrow, for it's more than worth your while. : - -.
Christmas is over a month away, but the little ones are beginning to look to the Golden Eagle
to supply their wants in the toy line, and to ask us what we'll have for them this'season. And
mothers who save have already recognized the fact that this .is to be the ECONOMISTS'
TOY STORE. All the new and novel' toys, of course, toys of all sorts, dolls, mechanical toys,
games, everything that the American youngster wants. No store has a better selection than
the Golden Eagle, but .they're priced lower here. No high profits added, just the regular'
Golden'Eagle smalt.ttarginand we're satisfied. Carry some of them over arid "lose part of our
profit? Bless you, no. rWe know our public too well for that. We know that if-we sell them
the same toys for less, than any other store, that they'll see to it that there is nothing left on
our hands when Christmas Eve. comes. ,' .
Fine Silk Petticoats
In fancy plaid patterns,'
red, purple and all the
new shades, made extra
full with twelve inch
flounce .with two inch,
ruffles ; a splendid value
at $10. Mon- HQ
day only,". . ..'5)UyO.
COATS -In black and
-white -cnecks ana mix
turesr loose fitting style,
worth to $12. Monday
CHILDREN'S ASTRACHAN COATS In
black and white mixtures, for children from two
to four jears of age. Very special for Monday
THAT WE HAVE THE
OF LOW PRICED SUITS
AND COATS IN ALL
. Sale Continues Monday
Toys On Display in Two Parts of Store, Back of Waiting Room Entrance and in Second St End of Store
.THEvGEM CLOTHES WRINGER Of course it's a toy, but it's a mighty practical one for
all that. Can be put to actual use in the house, for handkerchiefs, etc Made by theAmericari
Wringer . Company, and it's regularly "sold at one dollar ch. , Special open
ing pi lie ........
DOLLS, 11 inches tall, dressed in
negligee .style, a factory surplus thai
we bought very cheap, to start the toy
season; three , SC
13-INCH KALEIDOSCOPE, a well
known optical illusion, old but always
a popular toy, regular 30c Q
value, for. onlv' I"v
DOLLS' PARL6R ETS of even
pieces, made of hard wood and nicely
finished, a set that sells regularly for
25c each, very special f
at, set I UL.
1 m ooiozar aaefui:
KM SHAWLS & FASCPAT0RS, 49c
VALUES UP TO $15P EACH THE GREATEST SALE OF THESE GOODS EVER HELD IN
PORTLAND SEE THE FOUR SHOW WINDOWS, YAMHILL AND THIRD
FIVE HUNDRED DOZEN SHAWLS AND FASCINATORS in one purchase, just think of it. A round sixthousand of
them air told, and by taking this Immense lot we'got 'thenrfor the lowest pricerthat suchrqnality-goodswereeveir8old for-
in the history of the house that made them. They are samples and surplus lots, the accumulation of the season s run. Made ,
of the best of wool yarn -nd,in the. daintiest styles. Fleecy, filmy, foamy throws of daintily colored yarn for the head or
"shoulders. For" the wintertor the summer, for any time in thTyeaxne6fThese-Shawls-r
0ut Mr. Lowit bought the entire lot at a price that's so low it's almost unbelievable.' Not one in the whole immenseas
sortment is worth less than $1.00 and from that up to $2.50. We place them all on sale Monday for the first time and give"
you your choice of the greatest selection your eyes have ever rested on at, each, only.-...;............... .49$
SEE WINDOWS, THIRD AND VAMBIll
TTHEyLL BITON SALE BACK INTHE SECOND"STREETENP OF'THE'STORET
TWO BIG TABLES FILLED WITH THEM
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STREET DATS WORTH $3.50 for
A MAL PRICE SLASHING
There'll be a superb window display of these in the Third Street Win-
dowandthey'llbe ready for sale in the' Millinery Department
Monday morning. COME EARLY, for the best ones wiTTgo quick
Jy, be sure of that. Street hats of the finest felt, trimmed with
feathers, pom ponsvelvet and ribbon. The most charming conceits
Tmagiriablepcome-irr-redrblack and blue. Worth from $2.00 to. $3.50
each. Now for the final reduction on street hats the price QA
A Quanct of linens and
Two Big Bedding Bargains
BLEACHED TABLE LIN.
EN 58 inches wide,' and a
very fine quality for the money.
Special at, the yard,
Monday . . .'. aVUiv
BLEACHED TABLE LIN
EN In rose design,, 64 inches
wide. A splendid 85c .- HEp
ralue, for, the yard......!
TABLE " LINEN In hand
some patterns, comes 64 inches
wide : and it's a prime value at
75c. the yard. Very CQ
special for Monday ut
TABLE LINEN-Of extra
fine ' quality, absolutely pure
linen, and it's two yards wide ;
a very ... good- $L50 quality.
Special for Monday, d Q
the yard, only . . . 1 1
filled with fine
Full size, and
white cotton. R"egu- 11
lar $1.75 value for... Dla'iU
GRAY COTTON BLAN
KETS Good ' size. Special
for , Monday . 'only, , 7 tin
the pair I Uw
Monday the of
22 LBS. FOR
regular 35 cent
200 pairs to sell at a special
price. , Have rubber heels ; just
the thing for solid comfort;
worth $1.75 the pair.
WOMEN'S SAMPLE SHOES
-150 pairs, all styles and sizes,
but no two alike; worth as high
as $4 the pair. (J f O Q
Choice, Monday. . . . 1 aO-
WOMEN'S DRESS AND
STREET SHOES In all
leathers, all lasts and made
with heels of all sorts ; come in
dull or patent kid, vici kid or
fine calfskin ; usually sold at $4
and $5. Monday, afr-AA
$3.50 and PUsUU
rmm ooiJ)a liOU
:tn ooiiSxsT msu :
Monday it is reduced-to,
Regular 15 cent
bottle on sale
Six Good Specials in Dc
nendable Dress Goods
CRAVENETTE 32 inches
wide, very good patterns, and
absolutely rainproof; a regular
$1.75 quality. ' Mon-. (i
CRAVENETTE-A T 42 inch
piece of goods, in several pat
terns ; splendid value at $1.25
the yard. Monday Q0f
price, yard "Uw
38, inches wide and one of the'
best 65c values you eTer saw.
Very special for Mon- CI.
day only, the yard OUL
FRENCH BATISTE Comes
mostly in evening shades and
'twill make the most charming
gowns; 44 inches wide and a
regular, 85c grade. Spe- CC
cial for Monday, yard...U3(v
WOOL BATISTE 3T inches
wide; a regular 60c quality;
comes in plain colors. .AZn.
Special, yard. ..i
SILK EOLIENNE In the
new rich red shades ; a regulac
75c quality, for only, JP
y ard ...... i A D C
:Tn aous aaaia:
RIA1L ORDERS ,
Tofanything- in this - advertisement
will have the most prompt attention
and we promise you perfect satisfac-
lion. Ate.n .Mi.v.iv.
Tn tr -fasthowrbecause Ihey fifet what I -
they send for. Try' it.
ASK FOR GOLD. MERCHANDISE COUPONS
Every time you spend a 5-cent piece in this store see that you get Gold Merchandise Coupons with your change.
Use "coupons to buy anything in the afore, and use them any day. You don't have to wait till you have bought $100
KOrlh-Ql goods, and you have your choice of anything in the store. 'To collect Gold Merchandise Coupons is to save
money. Give up your stamp books and get coupons, Thcyrrood-a-goU.
m qou uau:
Are on sale here and the price is but
10 and 15f . New fashion sheets
are here now Ask us for, one or help
yourself.' Get one Pictorial Review
pattern and you 11 like tnem best.
mm e m;
TMM to SscffiMl i YauiMll
WILL ERECT STORE AND
Peter Bchmeer yeateMsr aftemooa
received a per" for tha erection of
a two-atorr frame au.hmis; on East
HurnaMa betareen East rente-nth ami
t:aat Eighteenth. It wU be used for
stnree. with ans.rtmenta opstalrs. and
wilt coat IS.OUO. Stmcturea of thla
type are belnt erected eery week In
what haa heretofore beam' purely resi
dence districts. ' '
Fsnnlts wars also Issued yesterday
as follows: Anna C McNulty, one
story dwelling. East Twenty-second,
between Burma n and Ktlllnasworth
aTenus. cost I U0O0iJ oha Ooudyi!
story dwelling. East Forty-elahth, tym
tween East Salmon and Eaat Main,
cost tl.OOtt; J. W. Flshburn. repalra.
East' Thirteenth, bween East Burn
aide and Eaat Coooh, cost M. M.
Vloore, ene-atory dwalUnc East Twen
Ueth. corner Surman. coat 171; Weat
ern Aerattna Machinery company, shop.
East Wat eft bet wera Eaat Oak and
Eaat Pine, eobt 1200; 8. O. Hated, two
atorr dwelling. Kerby. between
wood and Knott, aoat IUI; E. B.
0se, repalra. Irvlnt". between Twenty
third and Twenty-fourth, coat tMSO;
R. D. Honaker. - two-story dwelling.
t Nineteenth, between East Salmon
and East Msln. coot ft.SOO; Miss' Ksta
Mart, one-stnry dwelling;. Eaat Main,
between East Thlrty-etchth and Eaat
Thlrty-nlnih. coat 1.0.
RECEPTION TENDERED ,
REV. AND MR. SHARP
1r1day n!ht waa tha fifth anniversary
sf Rev, E. H. Shara aa paator Of tha
Mt. Tabor Presbyterian church. In
remembrance of the occasion Mr. snd
Mrs. Rharp were jriven a reception by
thajnembcrif tha ,church. Durlna
tha evenlnn aolna were rendered by
Mrs. Oeorse Clark. ('. M. Barbln snd
Mr. Taylor. Speeches were made by
Dr. Wilson of tha Portland academy
and Mr. J. J. Montgomery of tha Third
Preahyterlao church. A review of the
work ' done by . the church In tha last
five years showed sn Increase In mem
bership and a. much better condition In
regard to church finances. B. W.
Lawrence, ona of tha elders of the
church, spoke of tha valuable work
dona by tha pastor. Refreshments
w-ra served by the Ladlea' Aid society
of tha church.'
SACRED C0NCERT AT THE
Y. M. C. A. THIS AFTERNOON
. The T. U C. A. haa secured the Lulu
Tyler Oaten Concert Company, who are
spending Hunlay In Portland, to glvs a
eurred concert In their auditorium, thla
afternoon at J:0 o'clock Thla Is'aald
to be on of the great concert compa
nies of Ue country, snd, Is touting tlia
Paclflo coast tinder tha direction of tha
G rent Western Lyceum Ituresu.
Mies antes Is a reader of anusti.l
talent She hss with her IMS smei.i
Mlsa EdlthAdm, vloloncellre'; Ore -hem
Smith, baseo csnt.nte, snTTnr
lam Erhart Snyder, the; plenut.
Tha concert will take the time of th
regular Sunday sfternoon s.1-ire.
Will be followed hy the di-'i
groups and fellowship hour. Ail i
ff yea '" - 1 '
aal Wsat ' J
ant sf los-s