Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972 | View This Issue
THE OREGON DAILY -JOURNAL", PORTLAND, THURSDAY EVENING. APRIL II. 1907..
I. . 1 i J , ... .I'll . '.. . . - 11
Our Greatest Sale of Women's Sample
Hosiery 65c to $1.35 HOSIERY at
mm 3, t
Thia wonderful Friday bargain Bale
will be the greatest sale of hosiery ever
conducted in Portland by this or any
other store, offering the greatest as
sortment, the most beautiful novelties
and the greatest values ever given.
No details can be given here, but there
; are hundreds of styles, including white
lisle with white silk embroidered - in-
steps, gauze lisle with self-embroidered
figures, white lisle with silk embroid-
ered floral designs worked by hand In
two colors, lisle opera lengths in all
colors, fine black hosiery with silk em
broidered v figures in assorted colors.
" fine plain black gauze lisle, white lisle
with embroidered ' and lade boots, fine Imported lislea with lace boots -..;.:.'.
and fancy embroidered insteps, and a hundred other styles and colors.
All fine imported hosiery, pure Hermsdori dye, regular values to $1.35
and even higher. On sale Friday only at .................. . .'. . . . . .
Extra salespeople to wait on -you. - Extra wrappers to save your time. No jhone order, no
mail orders, none sent C O, D., at this extraordinary low price. , Come at early as youjcan.
Music Hits A Ar
Friday Sale at-LV
Say Fay, May 1? " ;
Red Domino ; ; "
Lord and Ladies ' . ;
I Like Your Way v'
My Mississippi Missus Missed
Me - .
I'm Up in the Air About Mary
Won't Your Mamma Let You
Come Out and Play?.
Lonesome Little Maid '
I'll Keep a Warm Spot in My
X-Hcart "for You , ;..,,
Bewitching Beauty Caprice
50c Value 28c
50c "box of Novelty Linen Fabric
Paper, hemstitched edge and en
velopes to,, match, ,pe"'28C
75c box Linen Fabric Paper, con
tains two ies of paper and en
velopes to match; tremen- JJ
dout value at, only, ..v.... -.OD
$2 Long Suede Gloves $ 1 Q
$1.25 Short Kid Gloves Qr
Special for Friday sale,
BOO pairs of Ladies' S-but
. ton length Suede Kid
Gloves, in sizes from 6yj
to 7, in white, black, tan,
brown, mode and slate"
Regular $2X0 values, for
, 700 pairs Ladies' 2-clasp
Kid Gloves, sizes 54 to
8, in black, white, tan,
mode, brown, slate and
reds; $1.25 value, and an
extraordinary special val
ue, in this sale m
at only,; VC
Wc Tit Lvery Pair of Gloves Sold in This Sale.
- : Extra Salespeople to Wait on You.
75 0 C. B. a la
V i Tour Distinct Styles
; For Friday we - offer the greatest
bargain of the season 750 new and
absolutely up-to-date C. B. a la
Spirite '. Corsets, In four distinct
models. They Include sixes 18 to
80, made of white batiste and sum
' mer net, trimmed with lace beading
and ribbon. V Styles are (1) high
bust,' princess or - dip hip, (2) low
bust, princess or dip hip,' (3) me
dium bust,"shoiirlirpr(f) high ljustT
shprt hip.- Without regard for their
real values they go Friday
at only, paif.-.W. .,.... r, y C
Friday Sale Spring Remedies
a n s 4toa ma w t
x.owsrr ysacss tou stssb razs
II CeUry and Kola Narva Tonic, peial... i.'.
II Compound Rad Cloror Syrup for tha Blood, apaeiai
i Lsmpouna uxiraci or Baraaparuia, apeclaj..
Il Iron Tonic Bittern, special, ,..,...;..
II Peruvian Tonlo Bitten.......... ..
11 Stone Root Kidney and IJver EUxIr. special.......
On Sale Tomorrow Friday r- Not Today Our
Friday Bargain Day we begin our great annual exposition and "sale of new Spring and Sum
mer Waists, offering thousands of new, fresh and dainty Waists in ,a hundred styles Besides
showing every new and important novelty, we offer the greatest bargains of the seasonDifferent
from other sales You can practically select the Waist you want and pay only our April sale price
St Will MVO of
C- aod u dement
or 4 of tneee
eatiful , ew
An are perfect
ly made and of
riaia tie very
as (feeva a ere.
gmy ON SAL1L FRIDAY yTC H4:
Tse beat veJnea
. style we have
ever fceem able
to offer aj soon
' prioeav .
Reg. $f.50 Waists, $1.15
Re $100 Waists, $1.58
Rcj$2.50 Waists, $1.98
500 New Lingerie Waists of fine mull and batiste,
made with fancy, yokes of Valenciennes lace- and
embroidered medallions, wth fine pin tucking and
lace collar. The back is made with rows of lace
y insertions and clusters of fine pin tucking. . New el
. YiTwa .Inlaid witri ' 1ar .;insrtinn : anrl tiirlrs
Regular price $5.00.
ue in this April sale
Mail orders filled if received at once.
None on approval at this low sale price, i
Th sew 107
and tha aovel
Reg. $1.75 Waists, $1.39
Reg. $2.25 Waists, $1.78
Reg-$2.75 Waists, $2.15
50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25 Hat Pins at 28c
I Most Beautiful Pins and Greatest Values tver Given in a Sale
Direct from a leading European Importer, comes this great lot of the swellest and most
stylish Hat Pins, In this summer's 'styles, but closed out to us at one low price. , Rose
gold and crystal tops. In fact all kinds of beautiful rhinestone and rose gold combina
tions. : Only a few hundred pins in the lot, so come early and
get the choicest and most beautiful designs. Most of the val
ues - range . from 75c to $155. All at the one , low price
of . , i
1 1 1 1
Checked HandkfcMcfs 12Mc Each
1000 dozen Ladles'. Checked Linen Handkechiefs, with neat hand-embrold- y tn
ered initials, all letters, while they last 70 f a half dozen, each. . XaWC
1000 dozen Ladies' Checked Linen Handkerroidered Initial ' Handkerchiefs, - - y
inch hemstitched, value 10c, for 70 dozen, each. ...... ...QC
Annual Spring Sale of
-' ,. ..... -;
t Offering the greatest, values ever given any reputable
' Portland store so early in the season. : Buy . Tomorrow
50 silk stripe Wool Challies, new sprinf styles, at, yard:..... ... ". ...v.. .35f
00c black and whit. Suitings, plaids, stripes and shefkherd checks, 36 Inches
wide. yard. v. . . ; .1 . t 43
60c Novelty Suiting;, black checks, shadow plaids, Scotch tartans and shepherd .
plaids, at, per ytrd.
60c all wool Panamas, full line of colors, at, per yard..... ;. 4T
$15 all wool Taffeta, hemstitched stripe, 44 inches, in black, cream, brown,
gray and reseda, at, per yard....... 8
$1.25 to $1 JO Novelty Suitings, 44 to 54 Inches wide, cloths Panamas, taffetas
and, mohair, in all the ntweat spring colors, stripea, -ehecksr plaidspetcf or-
Eton and jumper suits; special at, per yard..... .88t
$1.75 black French Voiles, 45 inches wide, wire finish silk selvage, yd f 1.48
$1JS black French Voile, 42 Inches wide, wire finish, at, per yard $1.15
$1.25 cream English Yachting Serge, 46 Inches wide, at, per yard 89
$1.50 cream and ivory Ocean Serges, 50 inches wide, at, per yard " f 1.29
$1.50 and $1.75 Cloths for Tailor Coats and Suits, tan coverts, checks and in
visible plaids, 56 inches wide, at, perard . f 1,35 ,
Great Sale of Gas Fixtures
Burners, Globes, - Mantels, Tapers, Xtc
Everybody that uses gas ' needs some of .
these articles. Now is the time to buy a lib
eral supply at big savings in some cases of
half and more.
Genuine "Jena Opal Globes, the best 1 r J
!l Imported, 25c values, special.......... IJw
Genuine "Lindsay" Burners, with lat- 55
est model gas and air regulator, sale at. J J
Genuine "Millet" Burners, the latest model,'
with air and gas, regulator; regularly ji
50c. sale . . r.r, r. rrr. . t:; ,-. r . ; . r, ..'vJL
Another big sale of good Gas Mantles that fit
all models of incandescent gas tights; - r
worth 20c, 25c and 30c, while they last. -LUt
Best Gas Tapers, wtnTTringetrendsfljox ccii.
taming ZyS-doien tapers, 10c value,
Gal Torches, good and long, slide adjustable; 20c
175 candle-power Incandescent Gas Lights,' with complete in.
burners, mantle and globe; 75c value for.......... ...Ot
KERCH ANT'S V7IFETAKES LIFE
(Continue "from Tf Ona.J (
' nearly directly oppoalta tha plac-var
' which Dr." JohnBon"a body waa trarlad
threa months ao after ha had bean
1 robbed, t . '- ' ,' "' ;
V i : , SJaem SUadlatf ridge. '
- It : Is believed Mra. Iwenrt pro
ceeded directly to the bridajipon lear-
-rnl her home. A atreetcar employe saw
rm. i.mIIii, thara IK mlnstea before I
k o'clock and ra it Tew lighter Mr
' Auirust Ploeatra, Market street
; ' drtve. whoae. bouaa facea the south end
of tha bridce, aaw the woman leaning
' aralnat.he railing. ..."
. "I-notlood har first as It wa-sttlng
, bright In tha eaat," she said thla morn-
Inf. , "I thought It waa aomeone who
'L hnd come out early In .the morning to
1 1 view the mountain. It muat have been
10 minutea later that I looked to war tin
' the bridge again and aaw her atlll
, atandlng m the walk. I thought It
; ra.thar atraoga at the time, and tha
t ronoluded It waa aomeone taking ad
i vantage of the flrat bright aunahlnv
morning we have had for aome time."
SVaoo raised at Xoapltal.'
Inapector Miller of. the street ear
t ' company also aaw lira. LowengartOn
the bridge before I o'clock this morn
tng. Jfe reported the matter when he
reach the carbarns and It Waa upon
hta expressed belief that the woman
, cormplatod aulclde that Patrolmen
'Lr J and fr'herwood hurried to the
spot They reached the structure Jat
In time to aee the woman plunge face
downward Into the canyon below -
Mr a. Liowengart'a Identity waa un
known until after she had been taken
In the patrol to the hoapltal, where ehex
waa recognised by several of tha doc
tors in attendaaca there. Dr. Baar, the
family physician, waa Immediately sum
moned, and be subsequently notified the
husband of her preaenca there and her
fatal injuries. Death resulted from a
fracture of the akqjrand concuaalon af
the brain. ... . - , , v .. i. ....
: ',; Siaara Saaty Aetloa.. . .
Dr. Ifaar failed to notify the coroner
of the -ko, and alio algned the death
certificate which Coroner Flnley says
will have to be cancelled, aa It la not
within the province of a physician o
to act . .
Mrs. Lowengart had been a resident
of Portland about 10 years. She for
merly lived In Sail . Francisco and be
fore her marriage wsa Mlsa lah Oerat
Her mother and brother until a ahort
time ago were In tha city, but left last
month for e trip through Europe. Mrs.
Lowengart was also a alator-ln-law of
Samuel Naphthaly, a prominent official
of the Ban Francisco Gaa 4k Electric
company. She leaves a daughter I years
" Vromlnant loctally. . i
Mra. twengart had a Wide circle of
acquaintances In Portland and waa
prominnt In aocfal circles. lr tier-vo-js
condition, however, had kept her
under a phynlctnn's care for aome time
peat and yeaterday showed elans Of the
aliment which M to her death ' this
morning. In the afternoon aha waa tak
ing, a wood earring leason when" she
s., ' ....
eollepsed and It was necessary to place
her In charge of the 'nurse. She. re
covered shortly, however, and In her
uaual cheery manner bade v bar In
structor. Miss Biles, goodbye.
Mr. Lowengart waa very much af
fected thla morning over the affair and
denied himself to ell vlsltora at the
residence, where the body will remain
until - funeral arrangementa have been
made. He Is prominent among the
wholesalera of Portland.
. ! Thoaarkt rig-are Baauuy. .
Millie on hla way to the Washington
street car barn at 4:40 a. m., H. A.
Miller, an inapector of tha . Portland
Railway, Light A Power company, saw
Mrs. Jjowengart crouching on tha out
side if the handrail on the south end
of the bridge, but In the darknaaa
thought the figure waa merely a figure
placed there by some of the small boys
of tha neighborhood to rrighten pedes
trlana.' "I left my home about 4:11 a m. en
my way to the -barn." eaid Mr. Miller,
"and reached the Ford atreet bridge
about 4:40. As usual I walked In tha
center of the road aid when about to
feet from the third post on the West
side of the south end of tha structure
my dog, whloh accompanied me. stopped
and commenoed to bark. ' , ;
Them Slaeeeed Valolda.
' "I did not attach any Imporlanea to
the actions of the dog. but' after walk
ing about CO feet further and noting
that the animal was stUI atandlng and
bnrklng, I walked to the aide of the
bridge and looked beck. , I eaw a dark
shape, which I though at flrat to be
tha shadow of one of tha posts, but
upon looking closer made 'out what ap
peared to be a bundle of black clothing.
It waa my Impression at the time; that
some of the Goose Hollow gang of boys
had hung a dummy on the branch to
alarm people paaalng by..
"I continued on my way, aa I had to
get to the barn to start tha care at
o'clock, but the further I went the more
I became Impressed with the Idea that
perhapa some person waa contemplating
aulclde. I bad a premonition of a
tragedy and upon reaching tha carbarn
told the boys about' the matter. Soma
time later I learned of the affair."
Upon Millers statement all of , the
motormen and conductors were on the
lookout while eroaalng tha bridge. As
car No. 1S6, which makes a special trip
to bring the railway employes from
their homes to tha barn, waa passing
tha spot mentioned by Inspector Miller,
Motorman Rob I neon saw tha woman
standing on tha edge of tha bridge and
hanging to tha rail. ,
Upon reaching the barn Robinson In
formed Patrolmen Lelsy and Sherwood
and they hurried to tha soene. - The of
ficers upon arriving on the b rod fa aaw
Mra Lowengart holding to tha rail and
tha blueooats raced to prevent her from
hurling beraelf from the etructure. Aa
tha blueooata appeared tha unfortunate
woman leaped into apace.
Tskea to Vaaa tori nm.
Tha ' patrolman hastily clambered
down the precipitous bluff and upon
reaching the side of the prostrate form
found that life wes not yet extlnr-t The
patrol wsgon waa summoned and Mr.
Lowengart waa removed with all sp--1
to the North. Paclflo sanatorium. Her
hit was found near tha body and Is now
In the possession of Chief Orltsmachar.
Tha entire Jewish community of the
city, among whom Mra. Lowengart waa
held In great eateenv haa been plunged
Into gloom over tha terrible affair. --
Coroner Flnley aaya his Investigation
shows that Mrs. Lowengart wa in an
unaccountable condition of mind. No
Inqueat will ba held. '
GETS NO DAMAGES
; V . FOR A BROKEN LEG
Anttl Errklla. a Greek laborer, for.
merly employed by the North Pacific
Lumber company, will be unable to col
lect damages for Injuries sustained
while working at the company's
mlir In North Portland ' In Feb
ruary, J lot. At that time Errklla'a riant
leg was caUght between a piece of tim
ber and some machinery. The bone was
broken 4uftt above the ankle and the
flash waa terribly lacerated. The work
man sued for 11.000, but a circuit court
Jury thla morning found for the defend
ant "' ' -A "
WARNING GIVEN OF
THE W.C.TaU,'S IMITATOR
Miss Margaret Piatt, atate preeMnt
of Washington, and Mra Mar(rnr-t
Mums, corresponding secretary, r
present yesteriiny afternoon at tiie O
tral W. C. T. V. meeting srvl n i 1
ter!lig renmrV a. Fpni.l i
was made to . tha recent decision cf
Judge Artman of Indiana in turning
down high lloense. Mrs. Matt spoke of
the general encouraging condition . of
the temperance work.. ,
Attention waa directed to the exist
ence of a new society opposed to total
prohibition and -upholding tha uae of
the canteen, which bears almost the
same initials aa the W. C. T. U. Us in
itlala being W. C T. C.
Reference waa made to the honor
conferred on Mra M. A. Stone last
week in being made a Ufa member of
the state organisation. Next .week
Mra Hidden will talk on "Health and
Heredity." - - . .
KNIFE STUCK INTO
Suppoeedly out of a spirit of revenge
for Its owners, some one stock a knife
Into a 110 Alttmont stallion belong
ing to F. A. Johnson and O. A. Trw
er, expressmen, last Frljay nlbt. A
"nt aeveral Inrhea depp was msds in
the animal's hip, blondpolaotilng hss
set In and it la not blieved that the
horse Ma be snveit. The owners have
OffTr. r ir-l of $;i0 for Infirn u
tl"n v 1 to the srr-' I
fori' i if the pe-j... -
hoi if i t .')
STOP SALE OF
Injunction Will AUo rWveat Con.
; - stable From Forx-f-d Kale of
, Face-rowdcr. '
The eelxure of mrh 1 .......
as tooth brushes, face powder and other
articles of the toilet to satisfy ,'
for groceries: haa resulted In the Ibhu.
anca of a circuit Court Injunction hr
acterlslng the artlrna "memento.,,
s - - nit injurri pHrth-si,
parnlytlo mnt . rp
Way F. DeSncra, aeccirea the '
i"e Kroimtl it fhn prn
lea in i i i ,r h.,,i
mmfnt'.-s sn-1 K-
not be sutlsri. l by i ,.
Tll I' ! II; i
Ml t. t t .