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.THE .OREGON DAILY JOURNALS PORTLAND, THURSDAY EVENINO. APRIL' 11. 1D07.
Few More Days 01
And these few days will be the Mggest bargain days in our bargain-giving history, don't miss one of them every article reduced
a;.:w',v(,p,c;,.fe FRIDAY and SATURDAY
JE,Xtra Special ... R . $5.00 and $7.50
Friday and Saturday . come and take ' ' r '' -;i iC
your choice of any Suit in the house : , Qtll fr W rti$G
marked at $22.50. - J v llllV X C lUCUdld
and under., r . . ; , STT75 In black and all colors. FRIDAY : M A ,'.
for,... v-.... , AND SATURDAY ; , ;';; JpjJJ
ilk itUi - ' Sateen Petticoats
Vl " -Hf ' r v Y: Regular $1.50 values. FRIDAY AND SAT- J Q
- ' SinRT WAIST SUITS AND DEMI- URDAY. ; . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . , . . . . .. . ;. . .. ...... U 5 V
V ? ! COSTUMES; values up - to $60.00.
. spARDAvD $27.50' Friday and Saturday
A . &lvB. args:in::Maiinery:''
i ' . tI 31 ' i it is our aim to dispose of as many Hats as possible before
. . - , ' V ClAiJ. v moving into our new store. Friday and - Saturday we -will
v ' w- " -gTs ' '1 : offer the following big values: --- .v ,v
v. ,i JLXtra Special p1?? rbans- ti 4 9
1 i V WAIST values up to $2.00 FRIDAY LADIES' AND MISSES' TRIMMED. ' 3jO O C
AND HATS, values to $6.00 fP-''
J :1U: SATURDAY" : . ; 89C LADIES' HIGH GRADE TAILORED U .' : A r
"""7'' ' V . v V " and TRIMMED HATS, values to $10.00.V7. .JJ)4" j
Select your SKIRT from the largest
stock of skirts on the coast. ; Extra
.and little-woman sizes a specialty.
VOILE,: PANAMA AND FANCY
MIXTURE SKIRTS; values up to
$17.50. FRIDAY , 1; -
-and, : t (5
SATURDAY: ..... MVI
A LOT OF SKIRTS, ODDS AND
ENDS; values up to $10.00. FRI-
DAY AND ' !
SATURDAY 11 fc V
About 200 Long and Short
Spring Coats values up to $12.50.
Regular . $15.00, $17.50 and
$20.00 Long and Short ; Coats. -
131 Fiftli Sfreet
O )x Between Alder and Washington
Com Her to Load Lumber and
Breadstuff! for the
-. , V Orient. '
BRITISH SHIP CLAVERDON
TO BRING CARGO OF COAL
Well-Kaowm Sqoju-eRlggr Chart
red bjr Andrew Weir tt Co. to
f Bring Pnel From Antrlla Ra
V '! Steamer Selenga Leads Fleet.
. Several larte ititiniri are due to ar
rive here next week to load breadstuff
'and lumber. Ftret to arrlva will prob
ably be the Russian steamer Belenga,
ibicova chartered a few dart so by
' Prank Waterhouse Ca to load for
, North -China and Siberia. She U e-
' peeted to leave San Kranclsco la time
'to arrive here by April 1. '
' Th British steamer Iriah Monarch
la due to arrive here April 1 to toad
' a full ear(o of lumber tor China, and
on the followlnc day the German steam-
. r Araconla of the Portland Aalatle
: .Steampablp company will be here. from
the orient to discharge and load a re
turn earao consisting- prlnelpsUy of
flour. About the same time the Nor
j w.lan steamer Slldra and tha British
' .ternr Klrklee - will come here from
. B.a Franelneo to . load wheat for the
. , tvrlent, - both of them havlnc recently
', been chartered for that business, the
- . former by Kerr, Olffors Co. and the
r letter by Balfour, Guthrie A Co. '
. ' The British ablp Claverdan waa char.
,'tered to brlnf a cargo of coal to Port
. land from Newcastle. Australia, by
Andrew Weir Co. She la well known
-.'here and was In Tacoma about a year
a o, when she sailed for Chile with a
carao of, lumber. Several vessels have
r been encaged .of. lata to bring oargoea
from Europe and Australia and neirotla-
V I . . , L . LI
is of benefit as a deodorizer,
r . ': , .....
r.ntisrptic . cleansing agent
r 1 preservative. Ask your
tlons are about to be closed for mora
shortly.-: Tha unprecedented demand for
building material on this coast Is press
ing a large fleet of sailing .vessels on
the routo to Portland and exportera are
looking for reasonable frelghta for the
wheat tonnage for next season.
READY TO START NORTH
Steamer Northwest Will Chora the
Ocean for First Time. ' ;r
' Every effort will be made today to get
a tug to take tha river steamer North
west In tow across tha bar and up tha
coast to . Skeena river. In British Co
lumbia, where ' the stern-wheeler will
ply henceforth as a tender for the Great
Trunk railroad, -r At Brat It was in
tended te send the boat north by her
self, but Anally the risk waa considered
too great and a tug will assist bar. ' So
far na tug baa been available. .
. Captain A. Crowe of this city re
turned this morning from Astoria, where
be baa spent a couple of days superin
tending the work of ntrengthsnlng the
boat so aa to enable her to ride oat a
light blow at least . The bow haa been
boarded up and everything made f aat
so that even an ordinarily rough sea
will not trouble her mueh.
. Several river boats have been taken
from this port to the sound and vloe
versa, and many of them have made
the run unassisted or unattended by
tug The steainerCpttl City, new
operating between Portland and The
Dalles, made tha run from Seattle to
Portland without any mishap whatever.
OLD BARK ARRIVES V
Alden Bess Corned to Load Lumber
for California. ; ; v
' The old bark Alden Besse' arrived at
Astoria last - night under charter to
come to Portland to load lumber at the
salilfc ef tha Portland lAimber company
for San rranclsco. .She will be towed
up the river as aeon' as a towboat be
comes avallabia -r"' 7-t--t;
. The Alden Besse Is ona of tha oldtft
windjammers on tha Paclflo coast and
for many years ran between this port
and Hongkong. For a long time she
carried passengers, when hundreds of
Chinese were huddled together between
Tha schooner Become and tha bark-
entlne Cheballs crosaed - In at Astoria
shortly after tha Alden Besse, and at t
p. m. tha schooner Manila eroeaed la.
The Chahalia left up In the evening to
load at one of the Columbia river mills,
ANOTHER TELLUS COMING
Norwegian Steamer Ban Same Nam
- aa German Bark. !
There are two vessels named Teliae
en the enroate list for Portland, one
being the Oermaa bark , Tellua from
Shields and tha other the Norewslan
ateamer Tellus from Nan 1 mo, British
Columbia. The barn Brings general
cargo conskrned to Meyer. Wilson A
Co., but tha steamer la supposed to come
In ballast under charter to load lumber
tor tha orient. -
The ateamer Tellua has been engaged
aa a collier between Nanalmo and San
Pranelaoo for soma time and It la pos
alble that being under charter to 3. J.
Moors di Co. she may be diverted tem
porarily to the . lumber trade. The
Te-jus is a comparatively small ateamer,
her lumber capacity being -about t.000,
oea"feet. . '
-. The German brk Tellua la now out
lit days from Rhlelda and fully due
at this port. She baa been taken fori
lumber for Sidney or Freemantle,. Aus
tralia. . . . .....
LIGHT CARRIED AWAY c
Freshet "Doe Damage to Aid to
' , ' v. Navigation. ; t ,.-yv;
The creet of the freshst passed Port
land at o'clock laat night at a etage
of H. feet and today the river la fall
ing slowly. It will recede rapidly to
morrow and Saturday. The audden riae
caused little damage hero and covered
only- the lower Aah street dock to a
dentil of a few laches. This dock will
be above water by tha and of the week
and men were put to work tbla after
noon to deer oft the allt deposited on
the aDoroaeh to the lower dock.
The llghthouee Inspector haa'. been
notified that the freahat carried away
the 8wan Island upper end three-pile
beacon llcbt. Tbla beacon waa rebuilt
only a few daya ago. tha old ona having
been - carried away by tha former
freahet The light will be reestablished
aa soon aa possible.
ALONG THE WATRFRONT
The steamer Alliance, Captain Kelly,
arrived at Astoria this morning and
will be at the Couch street dock late
this evening from Coos bay. She left
u at It o'clock noon.
The steamer P. A. Kllbum arrived
from San Franciaea via Eureka and
Ceoa bay Uat night three. daya behind
her scheaule. She lost two days 'at Eu
reka and ons day at Coos bay, . ' She
satis tomorrow night
The French bark Bayonne shifts to
Montgomery dock Ne. i this afternoon
and the French bark Leon XIII shlfta
to Columbia dock Na t to finish her
cargo of wheat.
F. P. Baumgartner went to Stella thla
morning ta arrange for a cargo of rail'
road tlea to be ahtpped to California la
the near future.
- The lighthouse tenders Columbine and
Armaria araapn Puget sound at present.
The uVlumblne will proceed to Alaska
while the'Hkrmerla will return 'to As
toria to go north later la the season.
Tha tender Heather Is along tha south
ern Oregon coast supplying light eta-
t MARINE NOTES
- Aetoria, April 1L Arrived down at t
and nailed at 1:80 a. m-, ateamer Coata
Rica, for San Francisco. Sailed at :1
a. a, Ruaalaa bark Fennla, for Port
Townaend. Arrived at :! a. m. and
left up at II noon, ateamer Alliance,
from Coos bay. Sailed at 10:10 a. re.,
French bark Emilia Galllne, for United
Kingdom ror oraera
San Francisco, April 11 Sailed at
11:10 a. m ateamer . Columbia, for
Astoria. April 10. Arrived at 1:11 end
left up at p. m., barkeatlna Cheballs,
from Baa Franelsoo. Arrived at t:4l
p. m bark Alden Basse, from Saa Fran.
ciaoo. arnvea down at a p. m., achooa
sr Manila. .
San Franciaoo, April lv Sailed at
B:10 p. m., ateamer Caacon, for Colum
Aat orla, ' April 11. Condition of tha
bar at a. m., smooth; wind eaat;
wiatber cloudy. ,
BUILDING NEW DOCKS
ON NEWPORT WATERFRONT
(Special Wapiti te The Journal.)
Newport. Or- April 11. The Fir and
Spruce Lumber company, owned by
Foard A Slokna ef Astoria entered Into
an arifement with the ctty council of the
6it hawi?ort to puU4 a dock t eoat
Turn Your Eyes Upon
Our Optical Dept.
Perfect Glasses, courteous 'treatment,
aklllful. acientlflo adjuatment . and - fair
Agents for tha woaderfnl Torto Lenses,
Don't forget our Flower
OXTU aTWSST PSAS are
tlea, new and beautiful. -tall
Spray Your Roses
.Today.' WOODLAXK On and fruit
spray will destroy every leaf-eating in
aeot and never inurea I ha moat delicate
foliage or t flower.
t Talking Machines :
''.": v ARE NOT
Every ona la a delight to tha ear and era'
Come to our Gift Room and llaten for an
' hour at your pleasure to tha new April
Records all tba great alngera are bare.
Their aweet melodlea are youra at all
tlmee and forever with one of theee won
"mi aaeTt voter -
BAST KOITUT PATMZJTTS.
i; ; ' . P0RTIAMD, ORE. J '
" ' ' ' "' -' '' ' V.'.
Yesterday we Received
ing Boston r: v
"A large order for that most delightful ra
' -aulalta for tha bath and toilet, -
- ' - . -' - - '. . 'V. f'. V
And not from Boston alone, but every city :
and section of this country, eon steady
and. increasing demands for thla axqulatta
adjunct to tha health and pleasure of the
bath. TT-AJt-DAS Bath of Banaoln 1 a
delicate though richly perfumed efferves
cent tablet; on' dissolved lath bath lands
to It a Softness and' fragrance) truly de-,
llghtfuL An aid to dslloau and pleasing
eomplsalon, .- -i .
The largest shipment of
Pyrographio Outfits and
brought t this city.
Kvery desirable or use
ful article In wood we
Every shade, color and alia - Aur artist will make any
ieslgn desired. - Free hand work on either leather - or
v: special ;,,(.
We ere cloalng out our regular 11-00 leather. Table Covers ;
srfeot little Camera.' "l
on tht will aiva dava nf nurt dnllsht. Wi alwava
show eur patrons, old -or young. The largest dealers In
Ton csn pnrehase ror your child a per
Photo Supplies on tha Paclflo Slope.'
ox oovr Aurora arm tuum
Bp Maa e any1 Aadreaa, Postpaid. '
Seveloplag, prlatliig, Bnlargtag,
- A UQVXD . PAOB POfTD
, im wiri om puss.., -
. . ...... . -. ' 1 .
Creates and preserves a beautiful akin and
complexion; absolutely harmlees. It adda
beauty to a feautlful faca - .
of dur toilet, manlour and perfume de
partment will alwaya And at our counters
eourteoua, competent and experienced
ealeawomen, who will sdvtse and aaalat In
tha selection of harmleaa and proper aide'
to beauty. Every article we offer carries ,
, our guarantee, and may be Implicitly de- '
pended upon by our patrons.
When you are la a hurry sail Sxobauge 1110 trunk lines, SO extsa
aloaa. Ovsr 100 salesmea ready to attend te year orders.
' We want monthly eoeeuaea wtth respeaatble folk. . On deUvery aysteaa
la goea, and we are alwaya trytag to Unprev It. W take Oaaadian
mosey at fall valoe. . -
17,000. to be completed tha first tt
June, and aleo to operate two ateamere
per month, the elty of Newport to
Iras tha said waterfront for the term
Of if yeara. , , , .;
Thla company haa five-mites of log
ging road under construction from Ta-
qulrm bar Into the timber. They ex
pect to ahLo about 700.00 fet of lum
ber per month to Ban Francisco, begin
nlng the lath of June.
Th University of Washington recent
ly purchased two elght-oared ahella
which were used by Cornell In peat aea
ona, the ur.lveralty la juat atartlng
In with elght-oared rowing-, foura and
stxea belnc tha better-known boats
: : 1 .
there. ' .- v-
' Washington, it haa been suggeeted.
haa an ay on th Hudaon reoea, but
that la hardly likely. Ifa a long way
from -Seattle to Poughkeepaie. and, be
alias, the trip eoata more money than
a email university 1 Jtkety to be able
to epend. Washington haa been trying
te axranaa for a raoa with Wisconsin
but for tha time being that has fallen
Out t, Washington thay expect to
have a race with Wleconaln or aome
other esstern crew Wisconsin I eaat
from Seattle next year If It Is posatbls
to arrange It. becau-e they f, that
they ar coming on fast In rowing and
that thar la a future tot thaa. .