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. TIIE OREGON -DAILY, JOURNAL PORTLAND,- TUESDAY- EVENING, MAY, 7, 1M7.
GIOIU RAISES "KIOHEr Oil LIFE
POSTAL RATES OF KEA W HEIR
Treaty Wth United States Ex- Calif ornlans Form Pool to Buy!
plres at Midnight and Change
, . Will Be Made. ,
Interest inr Estate in Los
Frank L. Smith Meat Co.
ta 6-238 Alder Street, Mnn First and
'Fighting the Beef Triist
' By trading with Smith von get better
meats, cheaper meets, pun u freshe.
meats Om at any other tnseket is town.
44 rci wciif uu : uu nil i lauicu ; r iiiufca in nc vim jiva"11 ftoor
FIRST-CLASS MAIL IS
NOT AFFECTED BY ACT
WILL WIN IF MAN LIVES
TWO AND A HALF YEARS
Circulation of American Newspaper Capitalists .
.! and Magazine In Dominion Will
Bo Materially Reduced by. Action
. ( of Authorities. - i i
Pay Eighty Thousand
Dollars for Right Which Will Re
Worth . Two .Millions at the End
of Stated -Period.
&ola Teal Outlets)
SUb Twl Cutlets
Fork Chops or Fork Steak
Fork om Boast
X-egs of fcemb
Lmb Zola Boast
fcamb Sib ot
&sjn.b Sola Chop
Umk Bib Onope .......
Fancy PortarhotiM Steak
Fancy TVBenc Stack
veal lamp soaot
Zola Boast Veal
.Bib Boast Teal
...''J1 : (Joarsal special fferrlee.)
' Ottawa, On-. Mar 7. -The . exlating
" total treaty between Canada ' and the
United States expires by limitation at
midnight tonight, the Dominion govern
ment barlnr notified "the Washington
authorities of Ita desire to -bar the
' treaty abrogated. All efforts '.en -.the
- part of the United States to hare the
treaty renewed have failed. -and tomor
, row Canada will pnt Into effect the new
postal rates already decided upon, y
v Second-claaa tnall matter, . Including
: neWBDanera. magaslnea and booka. la the
only matter that will bo affeoted by the
change. On this class of matter com
ing from the United States. Canada will
advance the rate, from 1 to 4 cents a
pound.- The effect will be, according to
all expectations, that the circulation of
American rtcwapapers and magaslnea in
the Dominion will be considerably cut
down. -The principal "reason advanced
by Canada for the increase in rates !
that the, old -rates were of far more
benefit to1 the United States than to
Canada, as the circulation of American
publications in Canada was far In excees
of that of Canadian publications in the
United States, h The real cauae for the
change. ; however, tie probanly to be
found In the loud and continued pro
teat ' of Canadian merchants that the
(Joans! Special Ssrrtee.)
Santa Monica, May T. In hope of
winning f 1,000,000, J. C Steele, a form
er poatmaster of Santa Monica, Ben
! Hunter,, until recently city attorney,
Robert M. Miller, aecretary of the board
of education, and A, W. McPhereon,
manager , of the Edleon Gas A Elect rlo
company,' bars risked 110,000 on the
life of Henry C Keating, one of the
heirs of the Keating estate, valued at
nearly 11,000,000. If this hair lives twe
and a half years, till the youngeat In
heritor' becomes of age, the plungers
will thereby hold clear title to land
in, Los Angelee county valued at more
than 11,100,000. If be dies within the
time named the entire estate reverts
to the other heirs of -the estate, his
brothers and enters.
' Henry: C. Keating, the heir, wants
ready money, and he has taken the
quickest, means of realising on hie rich
NO AGREEMENT WITH '
' ELECTRICAL WORKERS
JPlTsf9 IVsVt ' oiiMii e-e-e ' e e
Beef .Kldaeye .............
ear awe ................ .1
eef ITeoks to BoU
Oboioa Brisket Veef
Beef Uver ,
OrftaUa, per pound
t e I
Novelties In wood 6 leather for Burning
Look through the
beautiful display : of
work in this depart
ment and watch the
artist . at work.
Burning on wood
or leather it simple
art, easy to learn.
Outfits $150 op, SUns 75c,Wood Stamped Sc op
WE TEACH. YOU THE WORK FREE
Boiled B4b Beast Beef
Beef Bib Steak
Beef Xjoia Ssea
Lr Boast of Teal ...
Xjegs of Fork
Side Fork '. .
Pork Sbouldes Boast
Xjeaf ZrA .....
rtokled pork ...
Xmb Shoulder Obops
w amou sseak
a-e ve el
(Special Mspateh te Tk JaraaL
Spokane. :Wss1l, May 7. Cotnmltteea
of the electrical workers and the eleo-
advertisements of . American merchants trtoal contraclors have held a meeUng
In the" maraxlnes and newspapers sol but tllt4 to come to an agreement on I
freely circulated on this side of the
border reatilted In taking vast-sums of
' money out of the pockets of Canadian!
and putting It Into the pockets of mer
chants In the United States, to the con
sequent loss, of Canadian merchants. .
the demand of the men for a raise to
II a. day. Many of the workers are In
tending, to go Into business for them
Prims Bib Boast Beef
Best monad Steak
aaowaes Boast or Teal
nonlders of Zrfunb
Xramb SUumlder Boast ......
Beef Shonldev Boast
Pot Boast Bef ..
Bump Boast Beef
Teal for Stewing- ....
Pork Books ..........
Beef Shoulder Steak .,
Specials on Brushes
This Week Only
Hair Brushes. 13-row. bleached bristle, reg
ular SI J5 special ,
Hair Brushes. 11-row, bleached bristle, reg
ular 75 special 49f
Hair Brushes, 9-row, bleached bristle, reg
ular 50c special .v...87
Any of our ebony, 14-row, hand-drawn solid
back, regular $2.50 special... fl.T
14-row Fox, regular J35 special..? 2.T9
Imoorted solid back Cloth Brushes, best of
bristle, regular 35c special.. 194
Imported solid back Cloth Brushes, reg
ular $1.00 special.. ...73d'
Dr. Chance 4-row Tooth Brushes, our reg
ular 40c special 24
Our regular 1 5c special Bej
Our regular 30c special 17
Hand Scrubs, remifar 10c special 3d
Nail Brushes. Russian bristle, regular 35c
One box of Loonen's Bnisbr Powder with
each purchase of one dollar or over.
Hew BeltsEvery Kind
yAdded to the Leather Department
A larsre and. varied assortment of Ladies'
Belts, the latest modes for this season; col
ors for every costume, styles for any figure.
. "COLLAR BELTS" --r--
- Something new, in white kid, for tailored
shirtwaist suits, v wv.r., - -PRICE
fl.25. j. ,
; LEATHER CRUSH BELTS
: Stitched edges, all colors, lined or unlined,
large gold buckles. v - , - .
Price 50 to 33.50. ?C?X
HAND-STITCHED LEATHER BELT&
Carefully shaped in velvet, calf and pig
skin, assorted shades, ; ' ' 4.
PRICE 50f td fZ.OO. ;
In several colors, designs in cut steel for
decoration, a stout woman's, belt ; ; ,
fV - WnlTK LlSATHttK Bh-I O. '
OUK linear ouii euvcr ana roiu oucaica.
: PRICE 39 TO 3.50. .
1 WHITE GLACE KID BELTS.
Soft crush shape or stitched leather-cor-
ered,-buckles. '.u.j q-.? X
SPECIAL PRICE 39c
Enioy Health & Strength
TOR . ;t.v'
Enables you to become strong and vigorous:
restores . the circulation, builds up wasted
tissues .and brings back the color to pale
cheeks. - These Vibrators are recommended
everywhere by persons who have used them.
satisfaction guaranteed or money reiunded.
Sent by mail to any address prepaid. ;
See our Washington
street window. The
Big Besx, Little Bear
and Baby Bear, just
for the children. t
St. 25, $1.50, $1.75
Up to $6.00 .
3-quart White - Rubber Hot
. Water Bottle, regular 95c; cut
3-quart Red Rubber Hot Wa
ter Bottle, regular price $1.50;
cut rate ............... S 1.19
2- quart Fountain Syringe, reg
ular 85c; cut rate. ....... 63
3- quart White Rubber Foun
tain Syringe, regular $15; ewJI
2-quart Fountain Svrinsre. resr.
ular 75c; cut rate....... ,i....v.,.;..46e
2-qtiart Combination Hot Water Bottle and
Syringe, regular $1J50; cut rate. ...f 1.27
500 Rubber Complexion Brushes, regular
15c; cut rate;..;.,.i.."..t.......k......8
2-quart White -Rubber1 HotX Water Bottle,
regular 75c quality: cut rate.,... i.V... 434
Ladles Syringe, Red Rubber, regular $150;
cut rate A .......S1.T3
Marvel Whirling Spray Syringe. regular
$3.50 quality; cut rate...... ......f 2.49
GROWTH IN SCOPE OF
. Unknown In River at Spokane.
.Spokane, Waah., May 7. The dead
body of a man was dragged from the
HIGH SCHOOLS OF KELSO C:'rlC-
f . --f -, i , iriea. xis was snout six rest- in netrht
and weighed about 190 pounds Ha had
sandy hair and mustache.
GET THE OAKS HABIT
Our Owa Bams ...JPOTTSfB
Our Owa Breakfast Baooa. . J 1 7iC
acab Tongues, dosea A 9A
ImI 4W. ' "fT I
Stew ................ J Fonsu
Teal Shanks for Broth . . . M J 6C
On Own Puna Xswd, 8 pounds . ,
' (Special Diipatrh te The Jootnal) .
Kelso, wasnM May 7. The board of
education has reelected" the following
teachers for next year: Principal, R.
W. Smite, Mlasea Lucia Jenkins, Pearl
Vail, Mabel Ruacher and Nellie Bamsey.
Four Vacancies yet remain. ;'-''
Under the direction of Principal Bmita
the Kelso schools have made good prog-
reaa mm year. me enrollment has popular as ever and hundreds of be
greatly increased and enlarged facllitiea sinners are taught every week. Many
- -".-'- rui urm max nave oeen pumng learning Off all
under way for the erection of a 18,000 winter are now Joining classes in antlcl-
addttlon to the Washington building, an patlon of the summer eeason. The bis
addltlona'. year la to be sdded to - the Union band continues to niiu.
, high school courae and two additional afternoon and svanlng. General In- t0 back np ,TOn moulders of Seattle
teachers will be employed for nest year, structlon is free at ail time. Special l the north weat In their preaent oon
one in the grades and an assistant in the lesaona SO cents, or six loasons 11.80, 1 test with the foundries over the houra
-- - - ,... iinciuuina iuih,' . . i .. Af lanor ana Am-r-m w m-mm
Suit Case Special
Waterproof pegimond, 24-inch Suit Case,
double-action lock, riveted corners, reg. $4.25
Eaton-Hurlbut Papeteries, regular 75c
50 sheets Paper, 50 envelopes, regular -35c
125 sheets Linen Bond Paper special. 24d
3 pkgs., Envelopes for same special.. 24f
Russian Rubber Sponges
500. Russian Sponges, different, shapes and
sites, 50c, 65c," 75c; cut rate. ..29d
Fountain Pen Special
Fountain Pens, ' worth from $2 to$6 spe
cial this week .51.00
Thousands of People Xntartalned at the
' ..-r?0"."-: LABOR COMMISSIONER
xno dis uaaa rmoonwnues to be as riwnDP innn ietnnMA
rnvuno mum VVUriNtnS
(Jeeraal Speelat Serrfae.)
Olympla, WaslL. May 1. State Labor I
Commissioner C 7. Hubbard la inclined
ery In the
view today the labor commissioner said:
, "The trouble between the Iron mould
er and their emnlovera tMiUm
In an lnter entire Paclflo coast At present the men
are receiving II.7I for a nine-hour day.
They demand t4 for an eight-hour day.
I want to go on record as saying I con
sider their demsnds entirely Just Their
work is physically hard, and as com
pared with other work of a-similar
oharaeter for which, wages are paid,
they are asking only what I consider
they are entitled to receive. The eoat
of living has greatly Increased in every
direction, ana my sympathy is with the
men in tola struggle."
i . . " jubw iu,iriuir are asaing onjy wnac i consider i men la this struggle.'
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ilWrWir&--Zs -vSfl' WU'VilJ'Oi lurauKKUw ajnu wuwiiwuits uwtil, UUUDS AKK SOI-D.V PRICES SLASHED AS NEVER BEFORE. NOTHING H
If yi ..yyvy. stays, everything goes. read of the bargains and come to the fkastt"
WORTH OF MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S WEARING APPAREL TO GO AT ANY PRICE." SALE STARTS
lurauKKUw ajnu uuwiiwuiis UUUDS ARE SOLD.' PRICES SLASHED AS NEVER BEFORE. NOTHING
oiaxo, av riiK 1 1 xiiiM u uUijb. . KUiAU Ur Txlii IsAKuAlNS AND COME TO THE FEAST THAT AWAITS YOU.
' Fast Black Boss
For Men'a tto
Fast Black Hoae
For Men'a Blue
Ladles' tlo Tests
Ladles 2 So Hoae
- For Ladies'.
For Olrla 76e
Summer Caps .
ME DSdD&TTdDN , S)dD0gE
SPRING CLOTHING AT
YOUR OWN PRICE
SO eases of Clothing from the oountrys best makers.
This Includes Hart, Schaffner A Marx, Alfred Benjamin
and others. .
Lot 1 constats of a lot of Outing Suits in d QP
flannels and linen all sixes vl")
Lot I consists of Youths' f 10.00 Suits in gray mix
tures; double and single-breasted; choice 0i AF
' of lots . .....................ej-i.yo
Lot s for choice Worsted land 'Serge,' with 7 AC
IS styles to choose, from.....',. v.,. ....... v
Lot 4 for choice of any Suit. In store; none n hoc
reserved . .. .... . . ; . . .-.1. .VeOO
Scorched, - staged, - water -and ; smoke, Sold -ekaap
enough. - -r
SO For all kinds and conditions of dress and work
.Panta; damaged, of courae. ' f f
05 For- the Royerofta' -IX.OO Dress -Pants, . water
$1.45 For the Rorcrofts' IJ.60 Dress Pants, smoke
and water damaged.
$3.95 Kor the Roycrofts" 7.50 Dreas Pants, in
perfect condition. ..- yx- :- r .
104 OTOZCH OF tOT 1Belng damaged more
or lesa; some pretty badly damaged
- badly soiled. Values up to 13.00 per auit.
V 18 FOB OTOZCS OP X.OT 8-Belng more perfect
ewds. but not so high priced, being in more com
. ; 'plete aliea also. Values up to 60c.
33 FOB OXOZOB Or LOT S Being perfect goods
snd partly damaged or soiled goods, or odd shirts,
or odd drawers, or a few suite of a kind. Values
' Up to 12.00. ;. lue"
79 FOB BOTOXOFTT STJTZST UT9SBWXAJJ
That sold for II, 4, $S, 6, 17. 8. 19 and 110 per
s, suit, including the Norfolk and New Brunswick,
; the Copper ribbed. -the Jaeger, Wright's, Sterling
, and other makes.
LADIES' SUITS, SKIRTS
Going at 15c on the Dollar
"SOO WBW SFBXBCr SUITS ABB XBBB AT
PBZOXS VBTBB BBFOBB SBABO OP.
11.15 for elegant Suit. Made of fine novelty suiting
in iignt spring , snaaes; Eton jacket la nicely
trimmed with fine braid and buttons: Skirt is very
full and nicely finished with braid. . AC
The Roycroft Hats
S 12,000 Stetson, Mallory B sweet, Dempster's ware
their leading brands. Boxes soaked with water and
small of amoks. Vats mostly perfect. ,
$2.50 For 16.00 Roycrofta Stetson, all shapes.
79 For 12.00 Sweet, Dempster's.- ' -
19 For SOc and 75c Men's and Boys' Caps -
6 For Royerofts 15e Ladles Sleeveless Vssts.
' 15 For smoke-soiled muslin Underwear, Drawers,
' Skirts, etc. Worth BOo and 7Bo. -. , . 1
58 For 12.00 water-damaged Umbrellas.' '
9 For Women's . Lace Hosiery, smoke and ' fire
burnt the boxes; stockings not damaged.
39 For 11.60 Corsets; boxes only damaged; Cor
. sets O. K. .
2460 BOYS' SUITS
Some perfect ones,, some damaged.' Sold aeordlngly.
J 1.25 For the Roycrorta' finest, damaged Suits.
1.95 For the Royerofts ' 11.60 to 14.60 sUghOy
damaged SultaV"!!:f-;-; :''t-';..'t.7"T--rf
3000 Pairs Roycroft Imported Hosiery r
More o.r less damaged, some but the slightest aooroh-
lng that any good housewife can darn in less than
a minute; or some soiled, or aome dampened and'!
not otherwise injured. ; Pick them out, for pr. .5
:' Roycroft 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.25 Shirts
Some -of them slightly soiled by water, some of
: them . slightly scorched, but not materially injured;
Manhattans. Wilson Bros., Monarchs, colored and
u. white shirts all Included;; your choice..;.. ..25
Siiils and Ooalcs
' B soaped with a direaohlng-the flxemea used the
."" . ekenUoals only.
$0.85 For hundreds of styles of Royerofts' Ts.60
snd 16.00 Spring Suits. . ..
$9.75 For Royerofts imported $25.00 to IIL60
London models; smoke only,
' $11.95 For Royerofts Paris models, no two alike;
suits fit for the finest woman In Portland.
The prtoe wouldn't pay for ths trimming on them,
Ooevts, loag and .snort, same as suits smoke damage
$2.95 For Royorofts 16.00 to 110.00 Spring Jackets
$4.98 For Royerofts' Long Coats,. In all the new.
mixtures, f 11.60 to 114.60 Values
- $6.85 For RSyeYofts swenest $16.00 and $17.80
Spring Novelty. Coats Lota of 'am; no two alike.
$9.75 For Royerofts exclusive models In $20.00 to
$27.60 superb Spring Coats,' all lengths, perfect in
- fit and -ftntshr man-tailored."- "
$12.50 Takes choice of Royerofts finest $10.00 to
. 140.00 custom man-tailored Spring Coats. These
coats are good enough for Alice Roosevelt .
CBILDBiant ; COATS,' $1.95, $2.95, and
- $4.96V-Worth-$6.fio,. $7lo and $1$760. -
CB3UBB DBE8SBS, 19. 39, 69. 99.
Worth 60o to $1.50. rf T' T Tr
10 FOB 100 SOKES' water and smoke damaged
Ladles' Wrappers. $1.50 to $4.60 values. -7 '
Shoes for Everybody
Boyorofta Man's S4.00 and SO.00 hand-mads SsellXl
mm vuoitis zor
' Only damage Is the bunt boxes inoladlns viol
kid. Detent loathe anS Kn-v n.lf nui. w mmrm
imuw sxyiss. prom the most famous makers.
Royerofts', Women's $1.00 and $1.60 Shoes... $1.48
The very finest viol kid, wit patent leather tips,
laee and hlnohn aeviea. ms m.n mmim e
w") i iiot every wiau, , -,;-,;..,4,..v. .
women s- j.oo, fine viol .kid -Shoes and Oxfords.
isce end blucher cuts, all made on the latest lasts,
flexible anlfts. all ( nd wiiha. mt nfi
. -- .. . ...w , w
women s ii.xt s eongoia kid . lace Shoes, with atoo
and patent leather 7 tips; all sises .$1.33
-.-u ..uv utuuuer cui un aonroia zia Nnnea.
sues iih to a ..... ....... t.4. i. ....... ..... 284
The Beyerefts S80,qpo Satire Spriag- Stock of'
Ladies finest Wearing
IfM For bftfll rlM.rnsisri Wsi.srrsa waWK sa mm- II
454 For & cheaper grtdA not to mtich flamatiflTiJ
etl BT -ei Tm AA m- SI aA ww.s-a . . I C
ZZ - a esaaswsaaj situwada fvilsftta B BJl
9 For LadtasTKlmonost , r V
Sold by the Vnndred. All Cloths.
$1.95 For a lot of SOO of : the worst damaged
flklrta: values un ti 11 wu
$2.85 For $S;O0 and $7.50 Skirts, In nearly perfect
condition l Smoke smell fa aimit ail h...
with 7 -.VU
rwmm . p.y r. , , - ...... . ....,. j. f . y . ? :.
. . ;, . .j. , , v Bteusands"of pairs- mt-r
BOTCBOFTS' FXsTBST SCOSXZBT. '
Purs silks Included, chiefly such aS 'the Royerofts
viu w i u na si.uw; iaxe them at, per
850 BOYCBOF FASTOT fBSTSL"-T
Some damaged, some not touched; values ranain
ji.vu. ...vv w ,v 9 1 to miu -vniimiiea ' '
choice , ,t , ...,,.494