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THE OREGON DAILY, JOURNAL. PORTLAND, TUE3DAY EVE NINO. NOVEMBER ' 0. IKS.
ELDER HILL SAIL,
r ' 5-
int.' Ons of them waa afflloted with
trachoma. " Several' British vessels in
the harbor are minus men brought bare,
but thla la nothing out of the ordinary,
because sailors on British or other for
elgn windjammers, excepting the French,
do not believe It worth while making
more than one voyage on each vessel if
they oaa possibly get away.
CONCERT FOR SEAMEN r
Fifth Sixth and
OLDS, WJORTMAM & Kim STORE NEWS
......... . ..- -
"Dffierezt tlzn "
.Craft Applies for Documents
at Custom House.
RECEIVING CARGO AT
- FLOUR MILLS TODAY
. Inspectors of Hulls and Boilers Mar
Approved Equipment of VeMel and
; She Will Leave Tonight if Cargo
' la Placed on Board.'
Charles P. Do, man ring qwnsr of
' the. steamer George W. Elder, was. at
the custom, house this morning and ap
plied for an enrollment and license for
the Elder and the documents will prob-
- ably be teeued this afternoon if all the
necessary signatures eso bs obtained.
. A Mr. Doe stated emphatically that there
Is .nothlnc to delay the steamer from
geUlog-awty. jtiils evening, aa- scheduled
except possibly the longshoremen may
not be able to flnlib loading" her. She
Is at the flour mills today receiving
. cargo and will be shifted to Martin's
dock this evening. If everything cae
be gotten Into shape the steamer will
. sail this evening, otherwise she will get
r away tomorrow morning. -j- ..
' "I hare no statement to make," said
Sir. Doe, "but certainly the Elder will
all as soon ss we can get her ready
" for the sea. - It is difficult to say what
hour a vessel will be ready to depart
on her first trip because when you think'
- everything Is ready something comes
up giving more delay. Some of the
- mechanics are still at work on the boat,
but -they will get through - with their
work today. The steamer is still re
celvlng csrgo and that la sufficient in
dication of our Intention to have her
all as soon ss possible."
Inspectors Edwards and Fuller have
given the ateamer their . approval, so
there is no question about her being
thoroughly equipped with lifeboats and
ether appliances. 1 The oustom house
officials are today arranging to give
' her signal letters. Possibly this ques
tion will have, to be submitted the
commissioner of navigation at' Wash
ington because it is not certain whether
a steamer once wrecked and abandoned
'can adopt her former letters without
special permission - from Washington.
This, however, would , not prevent her
. efrora sailing any time, aa that matter
x ean be attended to later.
, Tickets are still being sold for the
trip snd no offer has been made to re-
deem those already sold. ,
REPORTS AWFUL STORMS
; American ' Bark Xae Terrible Bxper-
. lanoe la sTorta Pacific .
-According to - reports .brought- to
Seattle by the crew of the American
' bark General Fairchiid, wnicn arrived
on Puget Bound laat Saturday from
Port Clarence, Alaska, the Nort Pactflo
oean-wae visited by . terrific squalls
during the Utter port of October and
the early part of November. -Terrific
- - squalls assailed the bark ' and she lost
much canvas. On Itovemser 1 the ves
sel had to heave to, the gale having In
creased to fearful proportions.
In view of the report brought by
the oeneral man-child It is reared that
the missing bark Iverna waa caught
In these same galea which nearly sunt
the old American, trader to the bottom.
The Iverna waa light and for that rea
son more difficult to handle. On No-
vpmher 11 Lhe weather, became yerr
. foggy and while the Falrchlld was
laboring in the sea a big four-master
r.-i. driving before- the wind,- passed her so
close that those on board could almost
touch-her, This occurred a. couple, of
days oft Cape Flattery. It is possible
that the big four-master was the
The members of tha crew of the Fair
child were almost exhausted whsn they
reached port. For to days the mate
did not remove bis rubber boots and he
alept only at long intervals. Hall
driven by the gale raised black and
blue lumps on the hands and faces of
the sailors and they suffered Intensely
.from loss of sleep.
REWARD ON HIS HEAD
Preach Captain Will Pay Fifteen Dollars
for Betorm of Bailor.
Anyone finding a lost sailor belong
ing to the French bark Bougainville will
please return the same and receive a
reward. The skipper hss decided to pay
115 a head for each deserting sailor
returned to his vessel, and If enough
of them leave some one may find It
profitable to take out a license to hunt
Ons sailor In particular that the cap
tain of the Bougainville wishes brought
back is afflicted with trachoma. Thla
man skipped -out a couple of days ago,
and It Is up to the ship to carry him
away upon leaving port .or pay a fine
for losing hlra here, unless it can be
shown that every precaution waa taken
against his desertion.
Ths French bark La Tour de Au
vergne, which la rsdy to leave down
today, bound for Queenatown or Fal
mouth, has been offering a reward for
the return of the four tars who got
away one night while no one was look.
. A disturbed dfgestion soon
leads to a more serious sick
ness. Be wise in time and
commence - takingthe - Bit
ters. It perfects digestion,
and thus cures Flatulency,
Bloating, Sour Risings, Poor
Appetite. Dyspepsia, Indi
gestion, Kidney Troubles,
Female Ills, Chills,. Colds or
nntral Dehilitv. Trv it
- j. - t' J -
BOaa See Bfcrwaa Arranges Program
for Tomorrow Bvenlng. ' ,
Mies Lena Harwaa baa arranged a
splendid program for the weekly con
cert to be given at the Seamen's Insti
tute, 100 Front street, tomorrow even
ing. The program follows;. Bong, J
Cullen, steamship Dunerlc; mandolin
solo, J. McConkey; pland solo, P. Cl
opka, ship Bankburn; song. Miss Lena
Harwaa; recitation, Mrs. J. McNally;
song, Mi-S:w4bbV jhlpGlenalvon; piano
solo..R. Emmett, ship Robert' Duncan;
recitation, Miss .Muriel Smith: piano
solo. Miss - Florence ' Jenee; whistling
solo, Thomas Sandercock; duet, Messrs.
Oleaaon and Schwarts, etiip Bankburn;
violin solo. Professor Sylvester; solo,
Andrew Cain; song, Mr. Turner; bugle
calls, David Harry; songs by a quartet:
song, C. Fernand, ship Jacobsen; song,
J. Turbine, ship Inverness-shire; song,
Mrs. Fred Olson; song, ,W. Hayward;
song, Mr. ' DuponcheU ship Oweenee;
song, Miss Elisabeth Harwaa; pramo
phome, J. Hodgson, ship Olenalvoa,; na
tional antheme. : V7, . r . ; .'
SEARCHING FOR IVERNA
lombla Blver Testerday.
Dvldently ' the revenue cutter Thetis
hss not yet found . any ; signs of the
missing- British . bark Iverna for.. yes
terday . afternoon the cutter waa aeen
off the - mouth -of - the Columbia river
Steering south. - Bhe will probably take
a run down the -coast with a view - of
poaslbly finding the bark blown ashore
In some Isolated spot.
- Fears for the safety of the Vessel are
growing stronger every day and thsrs
are- few who would gamble on her ar
rival. The opinion that she was caught
In one of the severe galea and turned
turtle Is rapidly gaining ground and
her arrival "Would prove more of a aur
prise than if she does not show up.
Herry Hewitt, the marine insurance
man, said today that in-his opinion the
bark waa never seen off the bar after
October 1(, when she was sighted by
the French bark Bully. '
RIVER FALLS RAPIDLY
Xorer Dooka Win Be Dry in a Couple
. . of Days. V
The Willamette at .Portland . waa
down to 14 feet fhls morning and Is
now beginning to fall rapidly. It will
continue to fall rapidly for the' next
few daya. District Forecaster Beali
say.; so that the docks . now under
water will be open for business again
soon. Ash street dock la the lowest In
the harbor and It la covered by a few
Aside. Jtrom washing-drift Jiponths
banks In places where eddies - formed,
the sudden rise of the river did no ma
terial damage hi the - harbor. The
steamship companies operating from
the low docks are well prepared for
high water ao that the Hooding of their,
wharves caused little Inconvenience. '
NORTHWEST OUT AGAIN
That Sank Several Xeyg Ago
- : - ta Commission.
Ths steamer Northwest went Into
commission this morning between Port
land and Cowllts river points in con
Junction with the steamer Georgia Bur
ton, which was placed on the North
west's run a few weeks ago when the
latter was Injured by striking a rock
In the Columbia. Both steamers will be
operated between Portland and Kelso
untU ths regular train traffic has been
resumed on the Northern Pacific
The Korthwear waa rit. ..mnnnr.
fiepalis at lllS'yarde of the Portland"
enipDuuaing company. -
ALONG THE WATERFRONT'
IT 17 TI -TT - TT O
"ssf1 ' ssT ""' 1 " m'' ' "'L"' 1 rirtwr- - 1 is .11 ssn its ffi
Arrived for the Thanksgiving
.... Sale of Table Linens
The Finer UtTot Irish Unens An In From the Richardson's Factory
at Belfast Ten Days Late Delayed by the Recent Storms r
w 1, 1 1 .. --1.1 ; " , --
v - The late itorma have brot trouble, and lota of It, to the great atorea that so abroad to buy their merchandiae from
the foreign makers direct, in order, to save for their patrons the "ralddleman'r commission. An immense quantity of
good have been delayed in transit; thla condition of things is bound to entail a loss to the merchants. In no other
fine are we more affected than with our Linens. These goods were bot for Thanksgiving trade and should have been
in at least ten day ago. Instead, they've just arrived. This' means to tis ten dayf, less selling time and the sale must
- be- FORCED, for the linens must ALL be sold. - So we shall offer this late shipment, which .consists of the finer
' grades of the Richardson Linens, the beautiful hand-made and embroidered Scarfs, Tea Cloths, DoUtes, Dresser Cloths,
Table Tops, etc- products of the expert Irish needlewomen'a winter handiwork, made at a time when their labor costs
.but little, thus making the goods to cost nsand you less. In the iline are the fine Irish Satin Damask Tablecloths
. and Napkins, the balance of our immense purchase of the "overs" of the Richardson factory. The tablecloth sixes In
clude the following: 2x2 yarda, 2x2 varda. 2x3 yards, 2x3 yards, 2x4. yards, 2gx2tf yards, 254x3 yards. 2jx3y -yards,
2Xx4yi yards. Nkpkins are in both breakfast -sixes. The beautiful Hand-Embroidered Doilies, Tray Clothe,
Dreser-Clothsand-Table-Topa-all-w4th-poke-bemstitched borders at 4raaticjedm:Uonsxmples , r ,r
Regular 05c values, special at....
Paeriilar Si on values, aoecia. at....
Regular $2.00 values, apeclal at .......... .f52
Regular $3.00 valuea, apedal at fS"?
Regular $4.00 valuea, special at f 3.00
Regular 90c valuea, special at...........
Regular $1.50 valuea. epecial at
Regular $2.50 valuea, special at,. S1.90
Regular $3 JO valuea, special at fa.SO
Regular $5.00 values, apeciai at . ... .... ..e)3.7B;
aH.rT;nr V .Mmuasairw Sf-snr V K :- V t'l amtrtoun BWW j.wbpt. w-anw.-ss;n.BSWis-sM - isi.lH.iii sTitj
Lest You Forget
We Repeat Today These Excerpts From Yesterday's Store,
, . News and Monday Bargains.
Two Famous Recipes Free
"How to Roast a Turkey"
- -"How to Bake an
Old-Fashioned Pumpkin .
J-....:L.. Pie" ' '
The writer la the poeeesaor of twq of the most vahtabla
recipee for. Thanksgiving use in existence. ' They have
come down thru a generation from one of the moat famous
cooks that ever graced an old New England kitchen or
presided ovef a festal board in the land where Thanksgiv
ing was born. They will be printed in the OLDS, WORT
MAN At KING page NEXT SUNDAY. Every housewife
will want 'em. Watch for this feature.
New in Dainty Neckfixiifs
.Suggeadona to Smart-
Regular $3.75 values,' special at,.-...... 3.00
Regular $5.50 values, apedal at Zt'iZ
Regular $8.00 values, special at.......... J6.BO
Regular $10X0 values, special at fS.OO
Regular $4.50 valuea, special at. 8.0O
Regular $7.00 valuea, apeclal at..........f 5.TS
Regular $9.00 values, special at... ....... $7.25
Regular $12.00 valuea; apeciai at ....... .f 10.00
aa to What's to Pay For
- WOMEN'S FANCY NECKWEAR, i - .
New Collar and Cuff Seta, in plain silk, in light and dank
colors, some plain,-others trimmed -with soutache and
some hemstitched; prices, the set f 1.25 to 03.OO
New Chiffon Stocks, with lace applique edge.... ..f 1.25
Pretty Lace) Stocks, with or without front tab:
prices 50 40e 85 and Mf
8well little Lacs Jabots, made of different kinds of lace.
combined with ribbon; price ' S3.00
New Wash Stocks; prioes. ,T5e 50e 35e and 25e)
Sale of Dinner Sets.
That Greatest Sale of Women's Street Suits
and Silk Skirts Continues gftW;
The steam schooners Northland and
Thomas L. Wand arrived yesterday
flwm San Francisco. The former went
to Inman, Poulsen Co.'s mills to load
and the Utter went to Vancouver. Both
go to San Francisco. - -
Captain P. J. Werllch. lighthouse In
spector, returned from Kelso last night
because he - could not get through to
Seattle. He made a fresh start this
morning. Captain Werllch is en his
way to Cape Hlchlnbrook, Alaska.. '
The French bark La Tour de Auverrne
cleared today for Dublin with 10S.S7I !
bushels or wheat, valued at IT4.II0,
and the British bark Buccleuch cleared
for Queenatown or Falmouth for orders
with 117,61 bushels of wheat, valued J
The French bark Hoche, which ar
rived at Astoria this morning from
Honolulu comes nnder charter to Kerr,
Olfford Co. to load wnest for Europe.
The Harrlman San Francisco liner
Costa Rica Is due to arrive here to
night, but she will probably not get in
till tomorrow morning because of being
late In reaching Astoria. . . The liner
Barracouta will be laid up at San
Francisco for repairs, snd In the mean
time the Asteo will carry the bulk of
the freight. The Asteo is here and
will probably get away tomorrow.
The Oriental liner Numantla will
shift to Alsska dock this afternoon to
finish discharging. ' Her outward cargo
will consist principally of flour, of
which commodity she will carry about
7. I W. .1. . " Ll.L
Xne AlnanvMi vain Diiui.in which
left up yesieraay went 10 one or me mills
on the lower river to load lumber for San
Francisco. The ship Berlin which Is
loading lumber at Llnnton will soon be
ready for the sea. She la shipping her
crew. ' " '
r MARINE NOTES ' .
Astoria. Nov." 10. -Arrived at s:J0
a. m. ateamer jiverion, iron nan
Francisco. Arrived at 1:10 a. m.
1.' ..I. . h 1 n Mocha from- Honolnlil.
Outside at 1:10 a. m. X three-masted
Redondd, Nov. is. Arnvea ncnoonar
W. H. Smith, from Columbia river.
i.tneta Nm It. Balled at If nann
r..i. r n V.nnAv. fnr Ran PUmYm
Sailed at I p. m. Bark Big Bonansa,
for nan yrancisco. Arrmu ax m.tv
p. m. British ship Brodick Castle,
from Newcastle, Australia,
a. irranrlaro. Nov. lS..8allaAi
Schooner Andy Mahony. for Portland.
Point Loboa. Nov. II. Passed at t:
p. m Steamer Asuncion, from Port
land. Astoria. Nov. 10. Condition of the
bar 'at S a. in., smooth wind , south
ssst; weather cloudy.
Shoos RIae to the
Will " '
Benefit. " '
$102 JO Haviland China "Dinner Set $82.00 11 7-Piece Havi-
- land cnina uinner ow. ootoct piu sumu ''."f
- gold line inside border and gold over edge, old handles
' -and knobs, regular value $102.50; speaaU..f 82.00
$110.00 Haviland Chins Dinner Set $8840 113-Piece Set
white and gold, heavv gold border, gold handles snd
knobs, regular value $110.00; special 88.00
$183.75 Haviland China Dinner Set $153.o-177-Piece Set
red border with gold border both inside and on edge of
. each piece, very, rich, reg. vaL $18375; special 165.00
! CARVINO SETS.
' Three-Piece Carving Sets, stag handles, 9-iach Wde
' 1.. -C .!.. .na-ial at t ...... 52.00
-D.ai.1 Vr-valttgr-sneeial -ati-eet . . .. s.o
Regular $3.50 value; special at, set J
.Regular $4.00 ! valuer special at. set f3.o
-Women "shopped - around"
The sale goes on today.
yesterdsy, ith-the-result thatthis store-ecamathMeeca of buyers. Well -ft
Une women told us our KcCiU
she had proven it. She bot here.
only demonstrated again, and forcibly, that greatest, values are ALWAYS here. One woman told us our REGU
LAR prices were less than the "sate prices at another store on some suits and
GUSH. SEMI-PORCELAIN DINNER 8ETS.
r. With Decorated Border Pattern. , .
50-Piece Set, special............... I'8
60-Piece Set, special ....... ... i r. ...... ...... T'iz -
inn-Pi-e Set. soecial. fia.wB
ODD LINES DECORATED CHINA DINNER SETS.
Gosing out at special prices, one or more pieces short, 25
? sets to select from s
100-Piece Set, regulsr value $33.00; specjal J-?0
100-Piece Set, regular value ! 37.50; apecia J"
100-Piece Set, regular value : 40.00; apecia JT.OO
100-Piece Set, regular value $48.00; special...... fSO.OO
$82.00 ENGLISH CHINA DINNER SET $65.00.
Choice lines High-Grade English China'Dinner Sets; white ,
and gold decoration ., wait aa
117-Piece Set, regular value $82.00; special...... f 65.00
Oatkolle Oharek a Joseph. ,
SpcU! MiMtek to The InmaLt
Joseoh. Or.. Nov. to. Bishop O'Reilly
t ti.w.. ritv. who Is In chare-a of tha
. . -... A,..n. A I rw-MBA. haa hMH In tha
city superintending the preliminaries
p a Lainoiio cnurvn mi inn piace.
(fiv - n'Rrturki. a talented Tonnt
priest, has been sppotnted to take charge
of the proposed cburch and he la al
ready hers. This Is the first Cathnlle
church established la Wallowa county.
OTTBSS SOatB STmPASStrsTO
- TJUiTTMB TMSM WMK.
Ursa Floor, JTea Big leva
tors. Why not seleot that um
brella for your frlend'a Christ
mas gift today from abun
dant stocks T We know most
folks like to know about
what's to pay. ao append thla
list for information. You se-.
lect here from the most boun
tiful stocks In Portland and
at aavlng prices:
T.inrsai SA OOXiOKBS
UBfSUWA S3 45.
Splendid AZUSUk Colored- Um
brellas, every one . guaran
teed not to crack, fade or
leak. They are all fancy
A with borders and
"TiavepTTir boxwood handles;
our la.SO vmue; ipwiw
Pleoe-Oyed Taffeta Umbrellas
. for every-day use; ' with
plain or fancy bandies.
. . ai a ai an. si
rriuvii aa w vat wt sbfbvsv
Children's Vmbrellaa, priced at..... fl.OO. 75, 50
Mdlea' Pine TJaion Taffeta UmbreOaa with plain and fancy
handles; prices., 32.00 and S2.60
Women's or Men's Pleoe-Dyed Taffeta Umbrellas of .fine
.' quality; with tape edge border; all have steel rods snd
" paragon frames. Prices . . . . S3.00, S3.50
JVadlea Union Serge.. UasbreDaa, of very fine quality and
guaranteed to wear! prioes ...34.00 and f4.SO
Pine All-Silk umbrellae, ladles' or men's else a. Prices
SS.0O, se.00, rro, rrjo ts s 25.00
Women's' Suits - Fourth
Handsomest $12.50 Petticoats In Town, $9.79
The Story of the Suits ;
Two hundred snd fifty in the convention, all latest
models, embracing the Prince Chaps," Pony, Eton,
Norfolk, box front with fitted back jacket styles, ranir-
ing from the jaunty 24-inch lengths to the more afately
4&.inch cost Backs-tight-or-half-fitted Material of
cheviot, broadcloth, serge or stunning fancy-mixed -fab-
rics 'in mannish styles; rich cheviots in either the plain,
wide-wale, blind r-diagonal weaves. Plain colora and
smart mixtures in a, wonderful variety of patterns, in
cluding beautiful plaids, checks, hairlines, broken plaids,
stripes and figured effects. Every color combination is
expressed.. Plain tailored models and trimmed. All
products of superior workmanship and master tailoring.
HTh rrimmtnflr arhemea ar wnrCd mit wifh rlrh wT
vets, handsome braids, fsncy snd plain buttons, etc.
The skirts are both plain and plaited; choose as your
tsste dictates. Values rsnge from the best $18.50 suits V
.s . S . . e a e a vh.
in tne city to tnose tnai are remaraaoie values at
Today you may choose from the great convention f
Tailored Street Suits at ONE FOURTH REDUCTION
from regular prices
$18.50 Suits' for.. '...f 18.87 $22.50 Suits for..... 816.8.7 $2500 Suits for 818.75 $32.50 Suits for. .. ..82187
$20.00 Suits for flS.OO $30.00 Suits for 822.60 $28.50 Suits for..... 821.37 $35.00 Suits for.....82JI5
Best $12.50 Silk Petticoat in Portland for $9.79
In a special sale. We have selected gfuP of Handsome Taffetas that any other establishment in town would feel na-
lixieu in asaing yuu iu ay kiviii -p..w un,iu . wm. v b , iui iuu uiaj wuvusc iium iu coiiccuon
allowing picking from every wanted color, including red, green, blue and brown changeables, light blues, pinks, red,
black, tan, lavender and brown. The skirts are cut very wide and have fancy tailored circular flounce with sTQ "VQ
dust ruffle of silk.'-Worth $1250 here.-Special today at.T,5i......i. ....... J' 'ef2'
Buy Stockings Now: Fine ' Kerchief s-For Gifts
First Floor. . . , v
A flood of virgin white fills the Handkerchief Aisles
the shops have already donned their holiday dress, sad
thousands of Dainty 'Kerchiefs are offered holiday shop
pers for modest pricings. Examples: -Ladies'
Pure Linen Initial Handkerchiefs, with H and M
inch hems, made by Richardson, manufacturer of fine
linens, and imported direct by us here displayed freak
and dainty, for your early Christmas : selections, come
six in a box; priced at ...a5e
Or six for fl.25
- Pretty Cross Bar Linen Handkerchiefs, plain or initialed:
priced at . ... t .........;....,. ,18e) and 85e)
Plain Hemstitched Hsndkerchiefa, pure linen, very dur
able; priced at..10e 12 17e 20e) 25 to 50e)
Fins Embroidered Scalloped Handkerchiefs; priced at and
up from ;..25e 35 50e
::ematrtched-snd EmbTOidered"Htndkerchiefsririced sr
each and up from ,...ioe 2oe 35f 50a
Women 111 appreciate such good
stockings at such low prices aa told
of today. It will pay to buy the
Winter's supply of Hosiery 'at this
great Special Sale. .
Women's S3.B0 Slack Silk Hose Sa.M
Women's black silk Hose, with
' silk embroidered boots, assorted.
Splendid Imported Hose. Our $1 SO
value Speolal at f2.25
Women'a 93.00 SUk Zaee Hose 91.SS
Women's silk lace Hose in aa
. aorted shades: . white, pink. gray.
" sky blue and black; a splendid IS 00
, value. SpecUl at.. .81.98
Women's Black Oavse SUk Mose with
all silk or -cotton sole; a great
-Women's Tory-Ptne- lae (tense
- Silk arose, with double sole snd low
spliced heel 82.00 ... .
Women'a Blaok Thread Silk Hose, . (
elegantly embroidered, with as- -sorted
shadea of silk; speolal
pair v. fS.OO, 83.50 and 84.00
Women's White SUk Hoes, U pure silk; speolal values
at f2.SO and $2.75
rru mm IlK
A SPSOTAX TKAjnESOITlsTO SAXS OP .
SinglePairs Lace Curtains
. Buy tOc Doilies at 29c
A TSicPTnro spsciai, nr td ut xrnoKsromsPT
SHOPS Aaaea, Seeond Plooe.
Wntto linen Dollies, Japanese hand drawnwork. - Insertions
and hemstitched edge; si sea S, and II Inchea square;
regular price sOo. , Special at... 129
ZrfMe OartalM In Brussala, Arabian, ftenBeJssanee,-
one pair of a kind very' special sale prices), aa
Children s nanakerciuets) priced at and up
from.. ..5e 8e 10e and 13j4
value, special at, the pair ..,....
value, speolal at. ths pair. ...... ........
value, speolal at, ths pair...............
value, apeclal at, tha pair.. k..
value, apeclal at. the pair
value, special at, tho pair....
Value, special at, the pair
value, apeclal at, the pair..........
' .. Special Bargains In Women's :
Gloves and Nechvear
.:, First Floor, u. i
. Here's opportunity hundreds of women will appreciate
and share in. Special tomorrow
Ladies' Kid Gloves 98c Ladies' Kid Gloves, with Paris
point backs, some in pique, others m oversesm, come in .
white, mode, tan and brown; special at.......t ..9 .
35c Collar snd Cuff Sets for 19c Ladies' Hemstitched
Collar and Cuff Sets, made of fine lawn, new and dain
tily beautiful, our 35c value; special at, the set...,lww
Ladiea 35c to 50c Collars 25 Ladies' Linen Cotlare. witi
buttonhole front for tiea, our 35c snd 50c values; r'--
cial at . .-. '
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Collars, our 65c and 75c values; spec.! t