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THE . OREGON DAILY' JOURNAL, PORTLAND. THURSDAY EVENING, ' MAY D,., 1007.
&T6bth Powder 1 Oc
Every one who usrt Tooth Powder knows '.thV merits of this"
splendid make It sells m any drug store in the country at tht
regular price of 25c. Now, for Friday, it's our leading fl A
special in' the notion "aisle ; 2,500 jpkgs. special at, each. . lUC
lied Bug Destroyer, 1 A
15c can ...1UC
$1.00 Rubber Syringe for. CO
25c Robber Complexion f '
Brushes for. ..'.,..'. ..IDC
25i Whisk Brooms for . . .17?
Nickel Plated Shears, i)(J
pair ... . i ;. t .. . .', LoC
"Bonora,, nature's own plant
food, makes plant, life , grow
amazingly; use it on vour gat,
den or. lawn ; enough for 28
gallons of fertilizer, worth 50c ;
special for Friday; ., ''OA.;
only i , 4,;. ,. ,', i ', i. . . . vvC
50c Ball Top Hat Pins.. .33
200 Toilet Pins, 15c pkg. .10j
luc Shoe Laces, - , f
black or tan . . ... .OC
Sterling Skirt Markers .'. .75
Dress Shields and Corset A
Protectors, 65c val., pr; fiuC
10c Bot. Library Paste ;. G
White; Wrapping ' Twine, to
string up sweet peas, ' '" h
large bait far vi. ;i??uC
Writing Paper, Japanese linen,'
xi sheets, ' with envelopes to
matcn; worth zocpkg.
.Special at ...Y........
'" " ' " mmimm- . ! mill .-- h.iuiij.iiiiiii.i u, .,1 M.i ..i- IIIPH .X,
REALLY " REMARKABLE SPECIALS' FOR THIS SPLENDID BARGAIN DAY,
Table Damask $1.39
, ' '' "
Pure, Irish Linen, in new and pretty patterns,
and- there are 12 different designs to select
from, too. Lrood width and it shows quality to
the Jast thread ; it's a regular $1.75 QA
grade ; special at, the yard , , , . .J) 1 07
Wash Goods 2c Yd.
-- ; ..... .... . ,,.:
High Class Novelty Wash Goods, printed" silk
tissues and embroidered batistes, in exquisitely
dainty and pretty, designs ; superb 85c quali
ties; every yard selling Friday, for . qj '
only, the yard . . ! ; . V. . . .'. . ; . ; ;. i. CftC
you cm : s c II 7f sc vQ v en
Match These m WU,:t:t
In all the silk sales that we hare given heretofore, in all the sales
you've seen elsewhere, there has been no value that equaled this.
Silks of every style and description that you can use for jumper
and shirtwaist suits, in taffeta and louisine weaves ; patterns are
stripes, checks and plaids, and the widths are from 19 to A
27 inches j regular $1.25 grades ; spedaj, Friday, the yard, . Oil C
' m m m - mm m m m m
cc Yd. tor to'd
Strictly new goods in the popu
lar' Panamas, French Fouies,
Mohairs and French y Serges.
Some are already sponged and
shrunk,1 ready for , the needle.
They are all worth $1.00 and
$1.25 the yard,; special, Friday
at 65. . y.
This lot is composed erifif ely
of $2.00 arid ' $2.50 grades.
Finely 1 finished ' fabrics, that
appeal wonderfully to the wo
men who want the best Full
of style and beauty; special at
1.48 the yard.'"v"i;:;:;?y7
t i t r la
M ' ' . ' -0 , i, p ' . . ' '
- m m mm "v . r m m m m - mm a m r m. - m
pWILL STAND FORTH AS A RED LETTER DAY" IN VALUE GIVING A DAZZLING ARRAY OF BRILLIANT
BARGAINS HERE TO GREET YOU IN. ALL PARTS OF THE STORE
Bought and To Be Sold iof Halt These Values
' Charm! Agly captivating Coats ol silk. Made in
' ' quite plain or decidedly elaborate styles. They
; are in the swagger loose fitting, the popular half
fitting or . the rich tailored models in the fitted
backs. Materials are black taffeta or peau de
sole, . or the , natural colors in pongee or Rajah
silks. The braiding on these coats is the Work of
' artists in the trimming lme Applied with such
unusual taste that it mdividualizes these gar
ments to the discerning woman the moment her
eyes rest upon them. Delightfully different from
the regular run of silk wraps, they're sure to cre
ate a sensation among lovers 4 of dressy coats.
Forevemng wear, for autoing, for.traveling, they re invaluable. wTheyTe classy
wraps, maKc no mistake aDoux max, vur sun section manager piutea in cm up ax
a great reduction, therefore we took an unusually large number, about 300, fid
sell them for half price. - - , , ., v - .
Coats Jworth y . CI A AA
$20.00Jor. . v. v. ...... . .3)1 UtUU
Coats worth . C19 CA
$25.00 for VlL.Olt
SEE THE WINDOW DISPLAY TODAY AND COME FOR THE COATS FRIDAY MORNING
$30.00 for . . ,
$33.00 for ...
EARLY-OF COURSE, YOU UNDERSTAND, THAT WE CAN'T. LAY THEM
ASIDE FOR ANYONE AT THIS PRICE COME IN
5 Great Offerings
IN MEN'S j
One in the morning and two in the
.afternoon. : Ecti ipecial laits for the
lime stated only..
: ? FROM 8 TO 11 A. M.
Women'a White Canvas Oxfords, or
kid low Shoes, 12 Styles b all, show
ing all the popular styles and lasts.
These include ' the i swagger, ribbon
ties, Grecian - pumps ' and Gibsonv ef
fects. They come with light or heary
soles and . hare leather or covered
heels, in - various heights; worth to
FROM 12 TO 1 P. M.3 '
Men's .Oxfords, , in 'patent , or dull
leathers, made in four styles,' straight
or . swing lasts,' medium soles. A
grade usually sold for $3.50; djO CQ
special lot one hour ....... Yvll
FROM 1 TO 6 P.M. '
Women'a Oxfords, and SJioesin tans,
blacks or white. v The most recent
styles m footwear, with light or heavy
soles, button or' regular lace. Every
pair will be fitted in the regular way,
but you must come for them, we will
not fill phone orders for these; worth
to $5.00 the pair; , QQ
special, only . ...,iVO
61 Ra r&
$2.98, $3A9, $5.00
A marvelous movement in matchlessly beauti
ful millinery. Bargains extraordinary in the J
right sort of headeear. the chic becominp- kind P
of hats that please women of fastidious taste. .1
Styles that are right how, correct shapes, f
ummicu wiui.Bucn stuu ana care in sciccxuig
colors and materials that they are really artis
tic Pressed or hand-made shapes, on which
ribbons, flowerst malines, etc, are used pro
fusely as trimmings. And they are priced like
this for Saturday: .
Worth to A(
$7.50 each .JJU.Trz
$10 each ,
Worth to (7 C(
$15 each .;P I OU
Filled with Qre goow feathers and
eoveredi with, a good quality blue
striped ticking; sis 14xS0 Inches; k
pillow that readily ells at C AC
7 the pair; apeclal, Friday p).zO
VotttafBaaa Zrfwe Onrtalaa, In two
toned effects, Brussels net or Irish
Point patterns, pretty , and durable,
too; fine Curtains, rec. ' & A J
worth IMS the! pair .....
Tapeetry Oonch Ooverm, In splendid
oriental patterns and rich dark color
ings; fringed all round and sUe lOx
101 Inches; regularly worthV F
I3.7S each i special ....... PaVi0d
a nrann.TTn of Bovi' Waists.
three well known makes, Motheral
vimA MTmrwrlalM and "Colonial'1
make.. These come in the laundered
n4 nh ntrtiireii etvles. some have
starched collars and some; are soft
and easy to wear, iney re maae ot
good materials, madras, cheviot and
percale, in white, light colors or me
dium dark. 'For little chaps 4. to 14
years of are: . -. ; -,i. ,;,.sf
tot l.Waists worth "45c, C
35c and 25c each; peciaj. j.lUU
Lot 2-Waists worth 85c,
75-.7iSc and 50c: special ...... 4tli
Lot 3. Waists worth $1.50, FA.
S1.25 and $1.00; special, each ...IVL
DaII RiisLlae Pearl Belt
UUI UMUIIW Buckles.
, square or oval shapes, hand
designs and regular .65c ; AO
ies; special,' Friday :'.'.. .,i7C
nrl nirelv mile.
Cnme in blue, crreen. black and brown.
regular $2.00 values; spe-; (1 CQ
ciar for Friday :i;i;w...I
's Fancy Hose 19c Pair
We make them that small price
because they are a special buy I
sample and surplus lots, from a
very large hosiery house. They
, are in all the newest and best
patterns, v with embroidered
clocks or in drop stitch effects
ai well as the plain weaves. The
colors are green, black,: blue,
gray, tan, wine, slate and many
fancy mixtures. No better hose
are possible now at 35c the pair,
for Jhese are good materials, fast
colors and dandy good patterns.
We limit the number one cus
tomer can have to 6 pairs. We
have . i;500 dozen for Friday's
selling; they sell at, -, t ia
the pair . ........... ....liC
A fine lot
- Z9 oi r eguiar
.i and J.uu Jtiags,;in black,
blue, green, light tan,' etc.: tie-
frantly . lined; special PI QQ
or Friday , ..dleOlf
for Men, in the Roman gold or
bright finish, very artistic de
signs and a godd plate; 7Cj
$1.00 values' OC
r Avery choice
: ribbed V lisle;
low neck,' nd
, s 1 e e v e la s
at yoke "an.
Cluny lace: a
: Friday; a reg
ular - 35c gari
: ment that we
each ... 17C
Women's Union Suits, white mer
cerized silk finish, in a' fin rib;
knee length - and no sleeves;
trimmed : with wide Valenciennes
lace around yoke and wide Valen
ciennes lace at knee; (M in
worth $2.00; special ..... Plelel
Women's Union Suits, with, high
neck1 and long sleeves, in white
elastic . rib, lisle thread; ankle
lentrth and long sleeve, high neck:
an ideal garment for pres- AQt
ent wear; 75c value . . .' . .. yTflC
Wom0s $M5 Night-
Roval Worcester TaDe Gir
dles, come in pink, blue or
white, and. they - haveXhose
supporters attached, vryNde-
worm yi.Ao, w-)jjctiii.
sirable for athletics j-
These gowns are made in" the slipover
style of the daintiest cambric and trim
med -with embroidery or lace. They
have the popular kimono style, elbow
length sleeves and cjutie low neck. As
pretty a gown as you ever saw for
$1.75 and on special sale : in
Friday at, each , . $ X 1 e7
Women's White : Lawn Tea Aprons,
round or square shapes, trimmed with
lace or embroidery, or a style made of
cambric, large size with bibs; straps
and long strings ; 65c value. . JA
. a - ...
Fancy Waste Baskets, in as
sorted shapes and coors and
in three"sizes; regulady they
sell for up to $1.10.
Special for Friday, ea;
in Dainty Styles
; : r .-'.
A Rare Bargain Surely. k Pretty
embroidered Mull Ties in various
styles and colors; ties that sell
regularly for 25c and 35c
each, on sale at.......,...XaC
They come in white with hem
stitched edges, or . in white with
assorted rnlorH rmrrlM ; Tti
colors are pink, green; lavender,
bine and black. Thv wush r
fectly, one of Jhe .neatest neck-wear-.fada
there is nut tht e,nn
Worlh 25c and 35c. .. .
Special...,..,;..,;,; I iC
Women's New , Elarfai numt
plain or fancy, elastics, black and
all" colors, the 'rrewest things on
the market. Priced at aa
85c, $1.00, $1.50'and;.(.J).(J!)
SPEAKS OF FORCEFUL
EXISTENCE OF THE SOUL
Crowded Cathedral on
This Subject .. t
In the second lecture of his. aeries de
livered last evening in the . cathedral
Father 8 Herman began by speaking- of
the position of man in nature as deter
mined by the faculties of his spiritual
soul, not by hta external or bodily re
He dilated at some length on' the va
riety and splendor of ' the powers " of
the human soul, i the epitome of an
-creation, and then proved analytically
Slrnt that the soul Is a substantial prin
ciple, the permanent abiding element of
rur being and the principle of identity
; testified to by our ooneciouaness and
our memory; second, that this aubstanoa
is spiritual, though united Ao a material
body. It Is spiritual becauee mental
and moral action are spiritual,, because
liberty, the God-like gift. Is a spiritual
power, and spiritual fruit ean only grow
.-n spiritual trunk. . Mind and - will
prove ihe soul to be a spirit.
Third, the soul la Immortal because
spiritual, because endowed with an in
nate tendency to happiness which Is the
mainspring of the higher life, a ten
toncy which cannot be fulfilled saving
in an existence wnere the soul enjoys
iji perfect and unending possession of
(Absolute'. MOQ&l-ify&j. itvwl
The' lecture ' concluded with a brief
analysis of the difference between in
tellect and Instinct Tha cathedral was
Crowded. : IjJ r&jp f, ;.-J: -V .. ;
The next lecture In this series la on
the "Divinity of Christ," a subject , of
vital Importance, It Is considered . one
of Father Sherman's most successful ,
and convincing talks. ; ;
Pay your west side' gas bills before
Friday. 4 p. m. Positively no discount-
after Utat day. ... ;- i
Program In .. Behalf of Proacesilum
' Club Wilt Be. on Boards at
Pan ta (res Tomorrow. ' x
One of the best shows of the season
will be presentedat the Pantages
theatre ? tomorrow afternoon at -the
benefit performance in behalf of the
Prosoenlum club. Tha club is composed
or many or the " theatrical people of
Portland and It is proposed to give a
monster benefit In 1U behalf.
t9 tk. iMilln. ...Anar. In
the city will tako part. officers of the
club are: Charles Connors president;
Clarence. Defries. secretary; Ous Oadakl,
Frank Wakeman and Jean Wilson. The
following program has been arranged: -
Overture, "Orpheus," orchestra, direc
tion Profeesor H. K. Evenson; Smith
aad Jones, Dark town arlstoorsta; the
Ver'nons, ' comedy sketch, "Chords "and
Dtschords" Armstrong, 'The - Happy
Chappie": the Durbeyelles, famous lady
shadowgraphlstsr Raymond O. Baldwin,
baritone; Charles Connors and Chick
Kehoe, ' "Just Buttfn'- In"; Jean -Wilson
and Leo White. "The Sewing . Machine
Kids." all the time bussing; Eddie Hlg
gins,: "The . Society -v Belle"; Royal
Hawaiian orchestra, (a) opening chorus,
"Kawaikau,"- (0) nute solo and chorus,
"The Rosary"; (c) Hula. "My Hawaiian
Maid"; (d) bolo ana chorus, "Alohao'
Ivanhoe, - extemporaneous poet; - .the
original Mickey Feeley. Xrasy Aero-
bat"; baritone solo, "Is Tour Mother in,
Molly Malone," Frank T. -Hennessey;
the Bannans, world's area test olub
manipulators; blograph, Teddy Bears,"
"Star Spangled Banner." J
AT THE THEATRES
Last Time Xillllaa Baasell Tonight.
. The hit performanre ef America's bMntlfnl
aetreaa. LllUn Runsell, In the dellchttol cam
My, Tb Jtnttilr." will be slvm at the
IliUlg Uaalie, Fourteestli aad WaahlBgtM
trMts. toolsht at 8:11 e'elock. Seats are sn
Imt at the boa office of the theatEa. . Th la will
afford jronr lat opportunity of seeing ttalt
charming aetrns la t'hrUUant eoniedy, sup
ported byaa. excellent eompaay.
'Salome" . Tomorrow Night.
The attraction et the Helllg theatre, Jfftor
teentb and Wuhlngton street, tomorrow (Krl
oT) nhjbt will be OMar Wilde's treat pier. :
-Salome.' This tnterestloe mar will be pre-
aeated by Wilfrid Eoger, npported by a captble
eompaay, la a superb production. Seefa are
elUns at the box office of the Helllj theatre
ror toe entire engagement, , which contiooe
eararaay ana aamuy nighta. - .
,l, , What Bakerites Do. j
There eeeroe ta be a peculiar faaclnatioa ebont
"The Cowboy and the Lady,", which t so
popnlar at the Baker tfala week. Xdgar Beume
aad a number of the ether' member of the
Baser company aeem to take this great Nat
Goodwin play right Into tbeir hearts aad ak
erarythiog poealble eat ot IV
.V'i-.',; '"sc-'.-r ' ' ;' v;
Empire Always Successful.
At the Empire tlile week "8he Dared I)o
Right" Is drawing bigger crowds every day.
It la the story of a woman who dared and did.
and DO more thrilling plot baa ever been dertsed
thaa la thla great Melodrama. The Beemaa
steck eoataaii Is fir nil establishing itaell as
a atrong rewrite in the mind of the erer
iaereaaiag Bamber of Empire patreae, ,' :
-y - r;'
Thriller at Empire JTert Week.
Following "She Dared Do Right" the Seaman
stock co m pur wlU-preseot at the Empire tba
eenutionai meioanma, i.ne irura ape, one
of the moat thrilling plays erer put upon the
American stage. Entertainment of the ktnj
that sever lags to always provided at the
Empire.:. "The White Cape" opens Sunday. . .
"Brown's In Town." t .,"-
"There leVa laugh every" sataete."' aays one
of the local critics la speaking ot the delightful
farce, 'Brown,'s In Town," aa presented this
week st the pjtie by the Alien Stock eompaay.
It yeu- don't believe the .critic aak anyone who
haa sera It. There wilt be matinees Setwdar
and Sunday and performaneea every evening at
8:15.' Beeerred seats- may be ordered by tele-1
fans wUI find ' the monologue aad Sarin . r
Oil Brown a continuous laugh. " '
I "Behind the Mask.
Oommeactag Mondey. evening and eontinnlnif
wltb matlneea Tueed,,, Z J
Saturday and Sunday, the Allen stock 2 '
yew at the Lyric theatre, win p J, i .
flrflt tlVAA AB the. sVashsa MB.l.i. ! "
. w ww, aTvuiiitj cna MaSI 1
aa original drama of the goldesj.' west whl.'-d
to st preeent making a aeneatlon h , r
City. Beat sale open. Sundayr "
; "DeTil's Island V
UevB'e I.Uad." a drsma frl)ni.1 m . .
fanona trial of C.nt.t .. . . 1 '
attraction of the new Star theatre stork,,','
" ."nii wi -iii, girat iwrr ....
aace given ot this pl.y In the w.t will I. ,t
tha Star theatre Beit Mntwt.. m.i.. . .
. weu, s.N
sow ea sale. - . " 1
, - ' . .Winning Wdow. -Bow
to make love to a w!(W aurcewfully
to the theme of a Uvely Uttle comedy at the
Grand thla week. , presented by Nan Encleton
and company. This ta aa eastern headline ret
and one; of the beat -comedies that vsudevUle
petmns have eeea locally. "The Bailor and
the Morse" hi another eketch which to attracting
attention. It Is played by Harry La Ivm acd
eempaoy aad Is a btuaaa document, bstebeil
; ,:.:;,.; "The ; SHver Kin."".'
.That famoua drama whlrh hi. bn-i
by millions of people In trpclaml sr.1 a
"The Sliver Klg," ta the ai'-.
new Btar theatre etw.k coin,;:, , ,
that wk. Ti.a p!y I
drsniatte lllrt. ,,T
be the attraction st t ' f
of tlS WMi, t -:'
l.jre wl'l be rr-