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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 5. 1807.
57c TOR $1.50 MILLINERY FLOWERS PUTTLRICK FATTLRNS FOR MAY 10c and lie-None Higher
eeptionel values ti tW sale price. .. i' ; fj JM, 1 , v1 Good Merchandise) OdyviMntj aaldtni Our trices Are Always th Lowest
Newest and Best $1.18 FICTION of Net;
The Saint" ,: ,
"Ministry of David Baldwin"
The Miracle Worker". -
"Prisoner! of Fortune .
"The First dalnk"
"A Modern Madonna"
"Where the Trail Divides
By the most liberal of methods and measures and careful selection of patterns, we Have built up in this store the largest Dress Goods business in Portland. With sales towering: far above all others
'--and consequent larger purchases we' have been able to assume command of the output of the best mills, and take for our own such product as we knew, to be best in value. In this manner we
have assured ourselves of a continuance of kbig business, and 1 you of merchandise and pnees that no other store can approach. f , ,t ? ,
w. Tomorrow our Annual Clearance Sale of Dress Goods starts, with such' extraordinarily low prices and such great variety as was never seen in a similar event. " -
Every 'individual lpt represents either a staple product that is best of its kind, or some new novelty" for summer 1907 that is sure to' reign in popular favor. Ready tomorrow morning, continuing throughout the week. Plenty
" f of -goods at every sale price to supply all demands. ,It'a a stock as spick and span new as the day, and . x '
-The Prices 1 Will, in tvery Instance; Average rrom One-Third to One-naif Less Than What You usually Have to ray
This lot included 50 pieces of Novelty Suit-'
'ings, 36, inches wide; in black and white stripe
and check effects, and all wool "stripe and
check suitings, in .latest: colorSsffV'r''''
$1.00 ;Sp ring
New Suitings .
'This lot includes Novelty: PJaid Panamas,
New Gray Checks, "Hemstitched Stripe Taf
fetas, Shepherd Plaids, . Imported.; All . Wool
CheckiVoiles, etc., all colors, great variety.
An extraordinary variety at this popular price,
including Imported French Block . Checks in
pastel colors, 44-inch check, stripe and plaid
Mohair Sicilians in all colors. Full assortment,
$2-$2.25- Nov- r (M-OQ
1 High-class, exclusive Parisian; Novelty - Dress
Goods, rich silk and wool tailor suitings. 54-inch
whita and .black plaid Voiles In pastel colors,
56-inch cream Tennis Serges with colored check.
$2.50-$3 -Nov--- Q-fl OA
Imported Novelty - Dress : Goods, many in ex
elusive dress ; patterns, fine woolens, : for tailor
costumes, silk, and wool novelties, plain and fancy
Voiles, Stripe Taffetas with silk overplaids, tc
$1J0-$1.75' Qaalityl M
Fancy Dress Goods V-!"?
150 pieces of fine Imported Novelty Suitings In 44
Inch to 54-inch ; wide Panama, ' Taffetas; Voiles, etc.;
in all the late Spring colors ' Shadow check, India
twills, 48-inch block plaids for-akirts, black' and white
taffetas,' etc. e$c-' in ;a wonderful variety.
$1.35 and S1.50 Chjality QOr
Fancy Dress Goods W
'250 pieces of this season's latest Novelty Dress GoodSjVthe
. best productiona of the French- and - German lodmaTTAll
wool Voiles, silk and wool Eoliennes, black and white nov
elties: and stripes and checks, silk and wool plaids and
checks, plaid Taffetas in pastel colors, 54-inch tailor cloths,
for suits and 'coats; plain colors, checks and stripes in im
ported i Chiffon: .Berges. t r---,. : ..."
Stbcli-Reducing Sale of New White and Cream Serges, Etc.
Fifty pieces of All Wool Devonshire Serges in wiiite and cream. ' This is the best serge on the market for tailor
suits, coats or skirts. Perfect goods, free from black, tlveadY and otheI
$1.25 quality, 44 inches wide, at, yard. .V. .r 98c $2.00 quality, 50 inches wide, at, yard J,... $1.69
$1.50 quality 48 inches wide at, yard... . .$1.19 $1.75 quality Whipcord, ay yard; . . ...... $1.35
$1.60 quality, 48 inches wide, at, yard. . . . .$1.29 $2.00 quality 54-inch silk stripe Serge. ....$L48
$1.75 quality, 50 inches wide, at, yard. . .$1.43 $1.75 quality 54-inch Chiffon Panama. ....$1.19
dn"a ei-eat cut rate sale of hteh'exade Hot Water Bottles, Syringes and Rubber
Ir!' Sundries. All goods in this sale are reliable, well made and absolutely the best
m ?I nualities. while our orices. in the face of an advance in rubber goods,- are sensation-
'tjf- ally? low. You will never t- values like these until the "Owl" Cut; Rate Drug
.'Store holds its next sale. Mail orders will be filled. a -
Two-uart White Rubber Hot Water Bot
tle; regular 7Sc quality, "Cttt.v;.y -4 AQm
.rate. - .... . . . . . .,Bt' V(
i Marvel : Whirling- Spraj Syringe, regular
t $3.50 quality cut ' " , j 69
3-quart White Rubber Hot Water Bot -79r
tie, regular 95c, cut rate......."..'.".....
,3-quart Red Rubber' Hot Water - Bottle"; reg
ular price $L50, cut ; i T t ?3 ;
rate ....'.......'.. : v f f
2- quart Fountain. Syringe; regular jftQI
cut rat , f .........yOi.
3- quart White Rubber' Fountain Syringe;
regular $1.25, cut ' ;i , ;K CO
rate. .'.......-.'.. v r '
2-qnart Fountain Syrbge; regular.1 75c AO '
".,iVf P1 Rubber Fountain'-' Syringe: ' reg
ular $1.5a cut .v $1;29 ;
r 2-auart Combination Hot Water Bottle and '
Syringe;- regular l 7U
rate .... . ri!'. . ' !5:
" 500 Rubber Complexion Brushes; reg- rt
ular J5c, cut rate . i ; " 4 ''
1000 Pairs .Rubber Gloves
Reg; 75c and $1 Value 39c
Values ' like these come but seldom every
man and woman should take advantage of
this offer.. For general housework, to slip
on while working over the automobile,
for machinists, ' for the garden, for every
use to protect the hands from grime and
soiL Regular 75c to $1.00. values, OQ
cutj rate. . . . . ; v7C
Finger Cots and Nipples ,
Finest Pure Gum Finger Cots; regu- ;
lar 5c, cut rate................. ..........fciC
Pure Gum Nipples in Red, White and , - 0
Black, 5c; cut rate..;,. s-C
regular 15c, cut rate.
'Nipple Shield with Seamless Nipple;' Q2,
Russian Rubber v Sponges
500 Russian Sponges, different shapes O 9
and sizes, 50c, 65c, 75c, cut rate...... OJC
: Rubber Ice Bags
Fine -Seamless Rubber Ice Bags; reg- AQJ
ular 75c, cut rate.t ..,.i....'..t'C
Heavy Rubber Ice Bags; regular $1.00, CO
fcut rate........ ......................... UJt
; .. Breast Pumps ' . .
The Hygeia Breast Pump; regular price A-
25c, cut rate ... v
Glass Nasal Douche; regular 25c, cut
The "Best" Nursery Bottle with rubber cork
for cleaning; regular 25c; cut , v 18c
Handy-Nursery Set Bottle, Gum Nipple .and
Bottle Brush; regular 25c, cut ' ' TO.
rate:..!... ................. AOL
Pure Gum Tobacco Pouches; regular OO
50c; cut rate -
Stout Women fs Co nvc nti on
Mrs. A. L. Crai of New York demonstrating "Smart Set" &
Nemo Self-Reducing Corset Reduces and Gives Comfort
It is positively the only corset. in existence that actually reduces
the figure of the stout woman without the slightest discomfort
in fact, It will produce comfort. . " ' . , - .
' 1 The Nemo Self-Reducing Corset Gives Health ,
The wearing of it assures health to women who are physically
weak or who stand or walk much. Celebrated physicians recom
mend this corset in place of abdominals bands, as-it accomplishes
the same result and yet gives better support. It adjusts itself to
the form automatically and fita snugly and smoothly.
. The Nemo Self -Reducing Corset Gives Style; -
It greatly improves the figure and make's satisfactory, founda
tion for the fitting of a gown. Fashionable dressmakers recom
mend it to their customers.' , j ,
. ,.,-. . .. .. ... . ' - -
Nemo Self-Reducing Corset an Economical Investment
It has advantages which the woman who wears it can prove. It
is actually cheaper to boy a Self-Reducing Corset at $3.50 than
four ordinary corsets at $1.00 each, for it-wears longer, thaa the
four cheaper corsets land gives more comfort. - Z'
Model No. 312 for' tha . tall stout woman... ....... Q jr
Model No314 for the short stout woman U...,$JDU
Model No. 516 for the tall stout woman
Model.No. 515 with. Bust Supporters...
250 Japanese Silk Waists
100 Eriib'd NetLace Waists
Regular $4.50-$5 Vals. $2.5
This great' Monday waist sale includes five distinct
styles of Jap ,SUk Waists, with embroidered yokes and
fronts, trimmed with insertions of Valenciennes lace
and clusters of fancy tucks or plaiting; with '
fancy lace collars and cuffs. Also net Lace Waists, 1
made over silk, with embroidered yoke and front, etc.
All have the popular' short sleeves and come in air
sizes. Regular $4.50 and $5.00 waists; extra- dJO OC ,
ordinary bargain at y-0l
"See Big Third Street Window Display. These Waists
compare favorably with some , ao-called $10 values.'
FOR USE OF ALL
. Other Roads" Planning to Follow
e , Central Lines. .
TRANSPORTATION TO BE
pwner of Slip May Allow Anyone He
Chosea to ' Ride With Him and
When'Ready Wfll Be Permitted to
' JTxfisf er Book.
' (Wwhlnaton Bums of ThtooraaL)
' WaaWnfton, May 4. A new prin
ciple probably wM find acceptance in
t the newer phUoeophy tt lntratat and
lntrfttt commerce the Bale of paa
, aensrer .transportation exactly Ilka pou-
. too ara aold as a commodity conveying
absoluto Utlo transferable at tha opUon
of the buyer, v It la rapidly baeomlng
tha common belief here among- govern
ment otflclale who have todo with these
. matters that the plan In vogue on the
jfe Tork Central lines must be uni
versally adopted by all rallroada. The
' plan la:.: . ' . ' ' '
' ; One may go to "any New Tork, Central
ticket oXflca and buy a inlleago book at
I cnt flat a mlla. . A 600-fnlle book
eoaU $10; a 1.000-mlle book tiO, This
" book may be used by a man and his
wife, or tha buyer mar take with him
any one he pleases to take, whether or
not e member of hts family. , , .
ivfcr' Ca Sell 9ooiL-f'jM-:r, 'Sa'U
"Again, if he: be temporarily in the
state or on the Central's lines, and when
ready to leave that region he baa an
unuaed part of one of thesa books he
may dispose of it to any one else with
out violating the rulea of the company.
There are noi restrictions as to who
shall use It.-' . . -,..vtv -.V'V
1 On New Tork Central branch lines the
naasensrer rate la Stt a I cents a mile,
If ordinary -tickets be bought,, but these
S-oents-a-mUa - books .are . good v on any
part of. 'the ayatem. r''-i-;- ::
This tttle la on the theory that pur
chase of oassenaer transportation la not
merely a personal contract limited to
being earned out only as to tne original
buyer, but that rather that It is tne pur
chaae of a commodity much as the pur
chase' of a sack of potatoes, with the
feature of a contract to give safe car
riage to' the holder of ; a ticket. The
commodity la to be consumed in qtianti
ties and manner to ault the wish of the
original buyer, vr- 3.,H-..v,r..j:
' There is a disposition among legal
reoresentanvea of the : government to
hold that any railroad company could be
compelled to adopt the Central's method
of selling passenger, ' transportation,
without further legislation; but it Is
generally thought . to be proper that
there be a law enacted making It plain
beyond all -question that that is to be
tha rule. ' "''
: Xoada roxoe Koaaa. ; - v
At the present time the other railroad
companies require the deposit of a sum
of money In excess of the price of a
mlleaga ticket, the excess to be ? re
funded when the ticket baa been Used.
This keeps in the railroad companies'
hands an Immense quantity of money
of -which they, have, free use without
paying interest. Here In the District of
Columbia all gas and electrld companies
are compelled to pay interest on de
posits made by patrons whom they aup-i
pi y, (nil jws
deposit remains there. This la due to
the construction or tne laws mat u
would be illegal tf require ft deposit
without paying interest
' "Before 10 years have elapsed," an of
ficial said today, "every road ' in the
country will be selling paasenger trans
portation by tha Central's method. It
la the rational manner and muat become
ELLENSBURG HIGH WINS
''ft ; '.'1 ' 1 'li-V' 1 11 ' iV '
' niii niniM tt .Tha IeaiaaL
Whitman College, Walla Walla, Wash.,
May 4. Ellensburg High school won
the interscholastlc declamation contest
held under , the auspices of Whitman
college In connection with the Inter
scholastlo track meet, this week. ; The
eontest occurred Thursday evening in
the opera hduse, but .because of . the
large number of contestants, i m an,
the results were - not announced until
i .miinrv Riinnchurs'a , reDruenta-
tive was Chester Maxey, who delivered
"Grattan'a invective ,gmsi vorry.
The - contest waa exceedingly Close,
vria- rwwii. rit tha SDokano Hiah
school, who gave the "Chariot , Kace,"
from "Ben Hur," was aecona. xir
place waa won by Mary .Aldrlch of
Waltsbura- , academy, with "Engineer
Conner's Son." 5 . . .
The other Institutions represented
were the high schools of Ritavllle, Day
ton, Boise. Palouse, Walla Walla, North
Pendleton, Oakesdale, Baker City, Oar
Held and - WaltSburg, .and Pendleton
The prises were medals, gold to the
winner of first nlace. silver: to second
and. bronse to third, ', t.
' Silver Wedding at Newberg. ,
Newberg. Or., May 4. Mr. and Mrs.
TT Pmi -lirt(1 thu twntv-f If th
tinlvp'rurT of thlr wcMldlnr last Wed
nesday. .Many of their Newberg friends,
with friends from Portland, were pres
ent and left gifts ef . silverware. All
enjoyed ft delightful evening.
CONTRACTORS ASK LARGE
FOR FEDERAL WORK
Excavation for Reclamation
- Jumps From Eighteen to
Seventy-Five Cents. .
(Washington Bureau of The Journal.)
ixr.t.ninn Ul J An Illustration
of the great increase of the cost of con
structing tne irrigation canais na
tn.tnm lii th vML ami the dlffl-
min th mvornment la exoeiienclna in
seourlna reasonable : prices, waa fur
nished recently when bids were opened
at Kinmatn lis, vregon, iur vu
vatlon of the Keno canal.
: : Thia contract, which involved the ex
Mvatinn nf an.ftoo cublo vards of earth
and rock, was duly advertised for more
wa mMith Kut nnlv in hid was
received, ' that of Paquet, t Glebisch A
Joplln . of . Portiano, - uregon, xor
822.50. An analysis of this bid showed
tha thae nntntctor was asktni 75 cents
per cubic yard for earth excavation.
Less than, nine montns ago me gov-
nmn 1st Mntmrt tftT Vltrll tit thll
character at less than 10 cents per cubic
yard, , and out of 14 bids received IS
cents war the highest amount asked. r
On ; the ground that the bid of the
Portland firm was excessive, the seoro-
tary of the Interior rejected it and an
thoriaed the reclamation service to do
the work by force account It la prob
able that by subdividing the contract It
can be 1st to Individuals residing In the
succeed the first time use Herbine and
rou will a-et instant relief. The a-raat-
est liver regulator. A - positive cure
for constipation, dyspepsia, . malaria,
chills and.AH liver complaints. Mr. C
of Emory, Texas, writes: "My wife has
been uslna . Herbine - for . herself and
children for five yeara It ls.a sure
cure for constipation and malaria fe
ver, which la Substantiated by what it
has done for my family," Sold by all
LINN COUNTY GRANGES
ALL FOR REFERENDUM
(8oecll Dlptch to The Journal)
Brownsville, Or May 4. -Ash Swale
grange, one of the leading granges of
Linn county, recently voted for the ref
erendum on . the university and armory
appropriation Mlla by a large majority,
there being only , two or three out of
fifty members present voting In favor
of the bills. Newspapers In some parts
of the county ana state are saying the
granges are not fighting for the refer
endum. - This, grangers here assert, Is
a mistake, as nearly every grange in the
statei they claim, is working hardjor
this cause, t Linn county granges seem
to be unanimously ' fighting - for the
referendum. ' Reports that Ash Swale
grange is fighting the referendum move
ment are especially misleading, as its
complete sympathy ; .with the other
granges of Linn county Is shown by Its
resolutions, almost unanimously indors
ing the movement. ,
TEACHING CORPS OF '
: EUGENE IS CHOSEN
i'. Eugene, Or May 4. City ; Superin
tendent M H. 'Arnold, who has been at
the head of .EureM's, schools for the
past three' years,; has tendered his resig
ns t Ion ; and 1 1 ha been eeosptea. - mm
successor has not yet been chosen. The
teachers for the coming year have been
selected, as follows '
High School Emma Chase, Maude
Btlnson, Nellie Williams, Cora I, Wold,
Susan Dlnsmore, lone Dilley, Ella Doble
and Clara Wold.!tall reappointments ex
cept Clara Wold and Miss Dillev. Prlri
elpal A. A. Cleveland waa not an appll-
Dr. MorroTf-'s Anti-Lean
scajcxb uur raorzji tat
niesck tne nervous sys-
system. zt la a pwly
Contains no oils or fats or
any arug that la injurious
er iiaoie to produce a habit
IT IS THX CRKATEST
TOWC IN THX WORLD
Eacn botUe contains a
month'a treatment and coats
11.60 at any first-class drug
nor iTeparea oy tne
Arm- LEAN E.IEDIOIVE CO.
OregoniM Sldf, Portland, Or.
cant for reappointment and his place
will be filed later. ; i . -
Geary School A K. Mickey, princi
pal: Nettie Kress, Mae Ktnsey, Fannie
Zrigler, Mabel Simmons Belle Keeney,
Fannie Mimcan, Jennie ijean. all re
elected except Misa Dean. Professor
Mickey was transferred from the High
school.''- - "
Central School wi C Lyana, princi
pal; Alt a Schneider, Mary Wetherbee,
Luella Brewster, Edith aallorly, Zuda
Owens, Carol Johnson. Mertle Auten. all
reelected except;" Miss Owens, who is
transferred from Patterson school.
Patterson School Ida Patterson, prin
cipal; Mary G Meador, May Larimer,
Edith Hagffard, Luhi Polll, Anna Buck,
Luella , Norrla, Minnie Evans, an re
elections except Unst'Ttvans, tr&nsfurred
trori Central school Miss Ma1or, a new
teacher, and Miss Patterson. ho was
granted a leave of absence last year.
M'GORDEW SECOND TlfJE
. SENTENCED TO DEATH
V (Special topt to Tf Jo8rnl )
Ontario, Or, May 4.Ju5s:e Iavl to
day aentenced Hollver Megorden. w:.'
murderer to hang June 2. Lloyd iu.t
erta, convicted ef assault with a dang, r
out weapon with lntant kill and
mended to tha ffierey of the court, .
given ene vear. Henry Cwnti..m1
Robert Miles, ' convicted ef Stealing t;
horses, were sentenced to five and tf .-
vear, rcspeutlvely. Bherlff O;-.1 1 i
for Ealem with the prlnirs ; .; .
-Mefzsr fits yur
former! at 111
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