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TUHr OREGON DAILY ; JOUR1JAU' PORTLAND. FRIDAY EVENING. ' I.I AT 10, 1CC7.
Csx of Swats Steals Gam When
It Looked to' Be Safe in
TRUCK EGAN IS THERE .
WITH HOME RUN BIFI
Perwraux, Ilaloy and Rudolph Also
Vlgnre in Fan Which Score Three
Tallies ho Angrlee Is Beaten by
San Francisco.'; -
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. ,
Oakland I, Portland 4.
Ban Francisco 4. Los Angeles 0.
tending of the Clube
, Won. Loit. PerCmt
Iys Angeles It
Oakland .... A. 17
San Francisco.. II
I'ortland .....i. I-
" San Francisco, Mar 10. A horn run
ry Egan, a two-bagger by Devereaux
and singles by Haley and Randolph, all
bunched In the ninth inning, cava tha
game to Oakland when It looked to be
safe In tha Beaver's pocket , Four to
two in favor of Portland was tha score,
but tha bag of swats netted threa runs
and th Beavers quit losers. The ecore:
Phlnn, ss. 14 16
Ivett, cf. ..........
Casey, lb. ...........
I unleavy, lb. ..... v.
Itonahue, c. , .
Oroll, If. ............
("arson, lb. ..........
Pehlmpff, p. .........
Groom, p. , .........
.10 4 411 11 1
, . Oakland: -
. ar r. h. po. a. e.
Fmtth, If. . ........ 4 0 0 1 0 1
Van Haltren, cf. . ... 4' 0 0 10 0
Jleltmuller. rt 4 0 11 0 . 0
snan, ss. .... 4
Mli;s. c. 4
Haley, 2b. .......... 4
Iilfrbee, lb. ..."4
Totals . ..
.........14 8 II 27 II I
-.' "Two out when winning1 run made.
' , - SCORE BY INNINGS. . "
Portland ....... .0 0 010000 24
Hits .... 0100000 24
Oakland . ...y..O 1000010 J I
Hits . ...... T..0 2 0 0 1 1 2 0 410
,' -' SUMMARY. " -
Home run Eagan. Three-base hit
Big-bee. Two-base hits Carson, Haley,
Itevereaux. Sacrifice hit fihlnn. Bases
on balls-r-Oft Hclilmpft, 8: off Randolph,
6. Struck out By Randolph, 2. Dou
; We play Sehlmprf to Casey to Carson.
Hits Off Groom, 2. Time of game
One hour and 40 minutes. Umpire per
4 has Angeles Shut Out. ' '
' ' , iJonrnsl Special Service.)
Los Angeles, May 10. San Fraficlaco
snored three times In the second Inning
Street's" two-bagger ""bringing'' In " two
runs. Tha Angels were shut out Score
by Innings: ; , ' :
- . ' ' ' - It H.B.
San Francisco. .,02010000 04 - I
Los .Anrslej ...0000 0 0 00 0 0 1
Batterlfln--Henley nd--StrePt, Berge-
man , ana iiogman. , umpire uerrica.
I NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE
- .,- t . Won. .Lost; PC
Aberdeen .. ............It 1 ,.800
Seattle . , .........12 , I . -.701
Tacoma , . ...10 .. I - .!S
Butte......... 7 I r .41
Spokane . ............ 6? 10 ; . Ill
Vancouver . ...-..,.., 1 14 .064
1 ' . -At Seattle. ;'.
Seattle . . ...... I 0 0 0 0 10 2 4 T
Vancouver.. ..0 0200100 02 T
Batteries Rush and Stanley; Finney
and Spencer. Umpire Mahaffey. '
, R. RE.
,'..001 20020 10
...0 01610000 2 6
Doyle and Sheas "Klluley
... Umpire Kb ret -in
. , -yy ,i$ix!far::i v.
' . H Won,1: Lost. P.C.
Chicago . . ...16 7 .
New York ............. 1 1 - . T .611
Philadelphia ......... i . 1 0 '.; .''2 i .B5
Detroit .........10 ' 9 .(II
Cleveland ; ... . 10 H? JO ';'." ' .600
Boston , . ....,..... 9 10 - ,.474
a-.', li .iM
6 ! 16 -.250
wasningion . ........
St Louis. .............
' At Detroit. ' ,
Detroit ; i v.i... .............. 2 7
Boston . . ...I 10
Batteries Mullen and Hcnmiflt; xoung
and Criger. , y.i , -,.
At Chicago. C ....'?..".;
-. : R.R&
Chicago . i... . ....I 6
Philadelphia.. . ....0 1
Batteries itierson ana. nuitivan:
Plank, Dygert and Powara
At St. Xku1b,
R. H. E.
St. Louis . . . . ................ 4 111
Washington . . ....I 14 .2
Batteries Howell. Morgan and . liue.
low; Orahafti, Hughes and Wagner.
'.'At Clavalaad.'' "
Cleveland ... ...................6 7 1
New York .2 4 1
Batteries johs. Hess and. Clark:
Orth. Keere and Kieinow. , v
; ' NATIONAL LEAGUE;
. i ......
niuouri . ...........
Boston . . .......
rt I . 1
ilk uiuu i .....v.. ......
Brooklyn . . .....
Los t t P C
2 - 17
, ; , At Boston.;..., :
. R. H. R
Boston '. . i. ...4 10 2
Cincinnati . . I 10 2
Batteries Dorner and Brown: Ewlna.
Coakley, McLean and SchleL
New, York-Pittsburg. St. Ixuls-Phlla'.
delphla . and Chicago-Brooklyn t games
postponed on account of rain. ! -.
Memorial Daj. mtt Astoria.
Astoria, ' Or., -May 10. At: a meeting
of Cushlng Post No. 14, O. A. R., a
memorial day committee waa appointed
consisting of Comrades A. D.- Cratg,
Thomas Dealy and C. S. Wright, who
mil arrange a program. ., in ine morn
ing the graves of comrades In Green
wood and Ocean View cemeteries will be
deoora ted and services will b4 held at
the opera house la- the afternoon. i. ...
ism bmo;;s SHOT
Glorlfler," at Tvventy to One", Is
' Lucky Horse -Great Crowd'
Glorlfler, a rank outsider at 20 to,l
captured tha Metropolitan handicap here
yesterday, -and with It tha 210.000 prise
which goes with this event The win
ner Is owned by J. H, McCormlck.
Twenty-five thousand spectators were
present to sea the. races on tha opening
day at Belmont Park. Oksnlta finished
second In tha big handicap, and Rone
bo n. tha favorite, finished , third, r Tha
track waa deen with mud. and oonsld
ring ; this fact ' tha time waa fast.
1:40 4-6. There were 16 atarters, Oka
nita held at "10 to V and Roseben was
played heavily at 2 to 6. The summary:
Six furlongs oraouium won, . jack
Atkins second. Athlete : third: time.
114-6.- - . v :
Four and a half furlongs Sanguine
won. Oordello second, Master Robert
third: time. 0:14 2-6. -
' One mile Glorlfler, 111 (Garner). 20
to 1, won; Okenlte, 19 (Bruasel). 10 to
1, second; Roseben, 124 (Martin), to
6, third: time. 1:40 4-5. Nealon, Dande
lion, W. H. Carey, Deshablle, Tokalon,
Blandy, Sewell, Superman,, J. C Gore.
Bat Masterson, Go-Between and First
Premium also ran. Okenlte was,
added starter. . , . ' '.
Steeplechase. about two miles
Grandoa- won. Sanctua - second, Mr.
Cann third: time. 4:20.' . '
Seven furlongs Pontoon won, Pins
and Needles , second, Ambush , third;
Ume, 1:22 4-6. ,r , , . ' :
' Seven furlongs Keator won. Golden-
west second. Star Cat third;, time, 1:J.
CANOE TRIPS FOR
WeeHjr Journeys With .One Night In
the Woods Are Planned by ;
f ' . Muscular. Christians. ',
Weekly canoe trips will be a feature
of Y. XL C. A. athletic activities this
spring and summer.' This is a new de
parture, but It ? promises to 1 become
highly popular with , tha.- association
men. ' ' v.-.-.- .. :' . .
From 20 to .20 members ' have Joined
the Oregon Yacht club. These, with in
vited friends, will paddle out in a fleet
oa Saturday .mornings and' will disembark-
-at . suitable spot either - up or
down the river, where games will - be
played during the afternoon. At night
the. boys .will gather about an old-fashioned
camp fire and several hours will
be. spent in a social Jolly-up. Sunday
morning Bible services will be held un
der the trees. - 'r. r.':;V'':;
It waa planped to hold the first trip
tomorrow, but a . postponement , waa
akn on,' account of tha weather. .
SCHEDULED FOR TONIGHT
. (Journal gMrfal Bervlee.) .
Log Angeles. Cal., May 10-Hugo Kel
ly, the Chicago middleweight, and Jack
(Twin) Sullivan, who are are to, meet
In - the main bout tonight at the Pa,
cIHe Athletlo club, have finished thrlr
work of preparation and appear to be In
good., shape for,, the content - The bout
Is announced a,, being for the . middle
weight championship and the articles
call for 20 rounds at 162 pounds. ( v
- i:.:itatio;i of baseball
Telegram and Journal News
Slingers'to Open Series
Sunday Morning. C
tt the man who makes tha weather
wants to curry favor with tha press, ho
will order beautiful aunshlna for Sun
day morning, for tha horsehlde artists
Of tha Telegram and Journal. The men
who. write about baseball and other
things are going to demonstrate Sunday
that) they know not only tha subject of
baseball, but know how to, play t
maybe. ,v). 'Vw;'''Vi'''''-i r-'-r':
Teams from the editorial staffs of
these two papers will cross bats Sun
day? morning in the first game of a
series of six for tha newspaper cham
pionship, and for tha silver trophy of
fered by Alex smith, proprietor or ma
Tumwater cafe. . f ,..-.v ;....,: ,.
A game waa to have been played last
Sunday between 'the Oregonlan . and
Journal, but It was postponed because
of the primary election,' and tha extra
newspaper labor attending it;;'-,- ."i i
Jiirire MMTredle has aasured tha news
papermen that they can use tha league
park .at Twenty-rourtn ana; vaugnn
streets, for their games, and--unless the
weather man" is unkind, the" first set-to
will roccur there Sunday.- -,llr. , Smith,
who offered: the. prlie- cup,, has been
Invited to umpire. Tha lineup of tha
teams follows: : - .. A ; ,
Telegram. J 'a. Ai ' Journal
Gregory p............. Keel
Stranborg .lb........... Steffa
Dyment i;..;..:..tb.. Watson
Bey ,...Sb............ Seed
Sammons ss ......... .. Turner
Ringer .......... ,.o,, . Humphreys
G.Carroll .........If ............ Rlggs
Haxen ............ .cf........... Wirts
Kelly ........ .-...rf.1. ...... Goldstein
Telegram ... .substitutes: ...r Assman,
Kearna, , Mahoney, Stevenson. . Journal
substitutes: . Hogue, Steppe, Wallln,
Cohen.. v ' . , .. ' ... -.
AUTO TlilEF SERVES OUT
, sEiiTEr;cE ivashi::g cars
. , M. ' , 4 4
Ran T Away With Coey's Own
Limousine, but Latter Was .
( ' x uaaj wii nulla
MULTNOMAH TO PLAY "
. OREGON TOMORROW
Tha Multnomah club baseball nine
ill play Its third game with tha Uni
versity of Oregon tomorrow afternoon.
Tha contest will be played on tha Mult
nomah grounds. - The line-up: " ' -
Multnomah. . Oregon. ;
Ringer, Stockton... .c,., Johnson
Campbell, Morris, - - '
.' or Newman. . . , . ,.p. .. Hurd
Trowbridge ..i.lb Palna (capt)
McClellan. ...... ...2b. ........ . Huston
Murphy. ........ s tb.' ...... . Hathaway
Gray. .r.......,ss, ,..... Clarke
Hunke ......if.... ....... Smith
Stnnott i.. ... ... . , , .cf . Ramp
Morgan. . ........ .rf . , ......... ' Kelley
" Fights Scheduled forTonlght.'.
; Hugo Kelly vs. Jack (Twin) Sullivan,
20 rounds, at Los Angeles. " n
Packy McFarland vs. Maurice Bayers,
d. rounds, at Milwaukee. . ' t
Jimmy Briggs va Billy Connaty, :
rounds, at Calais, Maine. , v v , .
From being the proud occupant of a
luxurious 10-horsepower Llhouslna to
lowly Job as- automobile washer is the
remarkable reversal of position recently
suffered by George Cheever Jr. of And
over, Massachusetts, and to make the
drop all tha mora momentous for him
the young man managed to negotiate It
within tha short space of 24 hours.
Cheever landed in Chicago a short
time ago and put up at tha Auditorium
Annex, where he engaged an expensive
suite of ro.oms. y A few days after his
arrival ha went to the desk and in-
quired whether he could rent an auto
mobile. : C A. Coey, tha Chicago repre
sentative of tha Thomas cars, and who
conducts an automobile livery business
oo tha side, happened to be at tba desk
at tha same time and to him tha clerk re
ferred Cheever. Coey was fso taken up
with tha young man that ho offered him
his personal car, a white Limousine,
trimmed in gold. .
Cheever waa delighted, so pleased, -m
fact; did. he appear that he did not re
turn that, day, and It was well into the
second day before tha warrant tha soma
what worried Coey had had sworn out
reached him. 1 '
When Cheever was brought up be
fore the judge tha next day Coey was
present ' His ire had vanished- in the
meantime, especially since his ear had
not been hurt in any way,
VI don't want to.be hard on; blm,
judge," ha said, "but I do think some
thing should be done to teach him a
lesson. I am willing to let him' work
out his bill -with- me. We need a
washer and he can have tha job."
Cheever jumped at tha chance and,
tha judge being willing, tha young man
la now Industriously scrubbing dust and
mud from tha Flyers that are stored in
MAY ' V
CBACK SPRINTER MAY
; BE UNABLE TO RUN
V'V . v. i ' ...;!
Spokane, Waah. May 10. When the
II high schools of eastern Washington
and northern Idaho - meet at Pullman
May 11 and . 12, to contest the third
time for championship -track honors,
they may not have George Rouse, the
crack Spokane sprinter. In the finish
of the 60-yard dash at Walla Walla re
cently he hurt his side in making the
time of V 2-6 ' seconds. Spokane has
counted much on him, and if he cannot
go It will be a blow to- Spokane's
chances for winning the meet r
;, Bowling Scores.
Last night'a bowling scores in , tha,
Multnomah club tournament are as fol
lows: - ' - -:;
. MUNSOWS J TEAM... " . ?
' , (1) (2) (2)
Munaon ...... .........109 ill . 164
Sherrltt ..................169 111 106
Txivejoy ....... M. ...... .170 196 '119
Peebler ....... 149111 Zl
Brlgham Jr.... ....... ...112 121 160
(1) ,(2) (2)
McCabe ...... .'...147 .142- 169
Cummings - ............ ..144 117 126
Gardner. ..12 197 180
Ott .166 168 111
t'V,.. Local -and Otherwise.
' A correspondent says that, Northwest
Baseball league, affairs are wobbly ;ln
Vancouver. B. C No wonder. van
couver has won but one game out of 16
Diavad. Alongside of that even wn
land's coast leaguers are going soma.
; 1 ! ', ;.". :a e ... :. ' -
Tha finals in the handicap handball
tnuranment at the Multnomah club will
be tlaed -off tonight; at I o'clock,
Boulan and Gleaaon will play R. Jones
and Moreland. ? The winnerawm receive
a handsome gold medal eacn. . ' r,
Manarer Mc(jareya atory-of hls in
nnoence in tha 'matter of the Burne-
O'Rrien fake IS a mile too tnin. a,
Carey and O'Brien ought to be ostra
cised from sportdom lor . years
Burns for 150 weeks.." ,' '
That the Cambridge " oarsmen are
more than ordinarily proud of their vlp
torv last year over "Harvard la Indicated
bv the fact that It haa been decided to
out up ..the cantab . boat iused In that
ran for souvenirs. Each ' member of
tha crew will be given the section of
the boat in which ha sat, while the Uni
versity -Boat club will keep we .dow
section aa a souvenir; , 4
Physical Director L. M. Myers of the
Boys department of tka Y. MV C A.
has resigned and will leave the associa
tion -on June 1. - Ills sucoessor has not
yet been selected. -. ; . - : . . ;
Automobiles will soon be supplanting
sledges and dogs in tha Tar north, judg
Ing by a newa Item from Alberta, Can
ada, stating that nine motor cars, .wua
more ordered, are now surprising the
natlvaa on that far Canadian frontier.
According to a Medicine . Hat journal,
eight Maxwells, are In commission In
that town of 4,000 population, or-one
for every 600 Inhabitants. t .
" Philadelphia jack O'Brien missed his
calling. He ought to be on the cinder
path.. - -.- ' -. .
A golf tournament under the auspices
of the Paclfle Coaat Golf association will
be held at Del Monte, May 17. II and
19. Invitations to compete have been
extended to clubs In Victoria, Seattle,
Tacoma. - Portland. Los Angelas, San
Diego and San. Francisco,, A large at
tendance of tha heat players on the
ooast Is. expected.-- - ,-;.."V -: ' '' '
. The aix schools In the InteracholaaUe
league are preparing for a field day on
Multnomah .Held on May 26. - ;
A new intereat Is added to the Gild-
den tour by F. B. HowarS donation of
a cup for runabouts. This will be com
peted for on the same basis aa the
Glldden cup-and will be a prise to be
won by a club team and not an Indi
vidual. This will Invest the tour with
two contests Instead of one and solve
the perplexing question of what to do
with the runahouta. -re;-
"',-f :;ti;''v.f-'t -,-':',;
Harry ' Lewis ;; and JlmmyGardner
have signed articles tot a 10-round
boxing contest at the Coliseum In Den
ver on May IL They will fight at J40
pounds. , r ,
No motorist should withhold -his sup
port from the national body, the Amer
ican. Automobile association, because he
is not a member of an A. A. A. club.
There is a special , Individual 'member-
,(Auburnt N. Y., Daily Cltlxen.) .
Chronic BHght'a Disease may have -been
an incurable disease In the past,
but it is certainly curable 'now. M. u, '
Walley, the druKgist, tells us of a" re- , ,
markable recovery in this city. There -was
no question about the genuineness
of the case. The patient, a lady, la con- ;
nected .with 6ne of our prominent fami- r"
lies. She was in a hospital swoiioh wl-Aw-
aroDsy. aoa me- uuuingn w in iucn
enormous . quantities as to solidify in
the. tube, f.; , -Death
waa expected daily by the phy
sician .and family; when she was put
on a, speclflo from California that was -
alleged to be curing Brlght's Disease in
that State. The results created great as
tonishment Symptoms began to sub
side and recovery was then gradual till
finally complete. The patient haa since 1
actually passed for insurance. . . ,
The peculiarity of the treatment is 1
that It does not seem to wear out. the
patient 'in question taking: over eighty
bottles. The discoverer, of the new .spe
clflo Is said to be a lineal descendant 6t
Robert Fulton, who gave us the first '
steamship. Auburn, N. Y.DaUjr Clti-
Another recovery by Fulton's Renal
Compound. The lady's name Is Mrs. it
Lentor Bell. . .. .-
When to suspect Brlght'a Disease-
weakness or loss of weight! - dronsv: -
puffy ankles, hands or eyelids: Kidney
trouble after-, the third month; uitne
may show sediment; failing vision; '
drowsiness; one or more of these
If you have any of these, send for .
pamphlet . s
or saie nr au aruggisis. xraoe sun- -
plied -by Clarke-Woodward Drug Co,
wholesale druggists,. Portland, Or.
ship which costs only 12 a . year and
worth several times the price. The of
fice of .Secretary F. IL Elliott is at 419
Fifth avenue,, New York., . .
When f Colonel 4 Louis T.' Hueblin of
Hartford, Connecticut, announced hla In
tention of touring In Europe with his
Thomas . flyer thla aprlng .he had no -leas
than half a doaen offerarom young
men to act as his chauffeur1 for ' only
their expenses, so anxious were. they to
make the trip. He. however, decided to
hold . to - hla regular driver, Thomas
Reardon. ' .
. . e . e. ,y; :. ,v f u -
The finals In the pool-touraaraent at
the Multnomah' club will b played off
tomorrow night vat -S'q'clock. Arthur
Morris, winner of the first class; IL
Moore, winner of the second class, and
ait.Nlchola, winner of the third class.
will be ' the contestants. . wicnois win
receive . a ' handicap . from - Moore j and
Moore will receive - a - handicap from
Morris. A gold 'medal will be given te
the Vlnner. --: r":'l
When Charley Daniels starts after
swimming record he generally gets It
Here's what he has done In the way of
making records since April 22: Eighty
yards. 42 2-6 seconds; 110 yards, 1 min
ute seconds; 60 yards, 24 4-6 seconds;
76 yards, 41. 4-6 seconds; 0 yards,
swimming on back, 76 seconds.
Columbia college and the-Allen Pre-
para to ry school will meet in the Inter
scholastlo bcseball series on Multnomah "
field this aft- rnoon . at 1:20 o'clock,
weather ' permitting. v. ,;.- U.-,-.
, n "I .
"Mr child waa burned terribly about
the face, neck and chest. I applied Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric OIL The pain ceased
and the child sank into a restful sleep.
.--Mrs. Nancy M ! Hanson,' Hamburg, ;
w - .asr iaw .sr - mm j' , i w m . m ar m m .mm jr m bb p mm
i J?. . The Roycrpft stock must bec
)mfW : l -COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF Everything will be sold for
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nr.:is the addsess
.', 'Men's 75c.
Men's 754 4
Men's $2.50 Hats,
100 styles '
Men's .75c Derby;
4 Kibbed under
Men's; 25c Fancy
' $6.95 For choice of Men's $15 and
$18 Suits, they come in fancy mix
tures, in dduble or single
" " 1 . " i.J ! .11.'' i
preasteu,. an sizes ....... tr v
$9.50 For choice of Men's $20 and
$25 $mts in, the season's latest cut
and colors, all , " $Q CA
. sizes. '. . . . sPyull
1,000 Pairs- of, MeVs All Wool
Pants, some worth as high as $6.50;
. 100 patterns to choose (J A ?
w from, all sizes : , . . . TV
$1.85 For Men's $3.50 Hats, Stet-
' sbn Sweet Dempster and -other'
high grade . GJ 1 C
; goods. . .; . V.?. . ij) 1 OO-
$2.50 For choice of any $5 Hat in
the ' store, 100'' styles : ' of them to
choose from, all new- '. CA
'clean goods , . . . .' . . . :'.v.tPasfoOU
:-69c For choice of $5 Fancy White'
Vests, worth $2 to S3.50,'. ' Aflrr
" all sizes. U7t
99c For Boys' Brown- Suits, "all -made
with long pants,""sizes (y
8 to 16, all'colors. ,V. . 7. y.7L
7c Fbr? Boys' 25c Knee-Pants, they
come in fancy mixed patterns, H L
' all sizes ; .....,ILr
69c For tadies' $L50 Oxford's, they
are nicely, made, with patent-' tip,
firA tftk i, nf VlncMr ?i' i.,-,.'ii' g" .'
99c For Ladies'- and Misses'., White
Canvas Oxfords," the same QQjt
. kind you pay $2 for. !ss ,
99c For Men's heavy Work Shoes,'.'
they . are full stock and QQr
guaranteed to wear. .V.
$1.95 For' Men's' $3.50 Patent or
Vici Kid Dress. Shoes,: (J QC
every pair warrantedVl .tj) 1 iO
$3.50 For choice of any $5 Shoe in
the store, 25 styles to' tj JA '
chobse from". , 1 . . t)t)eOU
99c For Boys' work or dress Shoes, .
10 styles to choose from, QQr
all sizes.. ...yjv.
f $2.45 : For $4 Patent Leather, Ox-'
tords tor nen, one ot the AhZ
best shoes on tfie market tyLrtO
$2195 For choice of any Ladies' $5
Shoe in the store, 'patent leather
kid, in f act -25 . styles, to f Q r
choose ' from, .v .iZtymmiisO r
; Women's I : Wearing '
. .Apparel :
1,000 Shirtwaist Suits in dimity, la,wn,
gingham; Chambray linerl, " fancy
. French batiste and challie, A r -
"Vorth $5 to $6. . Saturday . .VJL70
100" Dress' Skirts in fancy gray and
brown mixtures, all lengths and sizes, f
guaranteed all. wool and up- Qj QC
to-date, all sizes. . ..... . . vaCreO
500 Coats for ladies" in length thly
"are worth from $10 to $12.50, hundreds
of colors to choose from for ( A f? A
$3,75 and... ; .aOU
Only 75 Ladies' Suits- in dark" grzyr "
all wool mixtures, dandy patterns and
made up in the best of fash- C'7 CA
ion, can fit any one for. ,.,. '.ej) eOU '
300 Misses', C9ats,'made of fine light
gray imixtures, some come in brown,
some red, but most of them 03 '
in fancy blaids. . ... . i.,vOi O
These must go also 25- MissesV $15 '
Suits in fancy shepherd (tT C A '
plaids, 12 to 18 in size. . . . ...$ OU 'C-
1 $4.05 -For Ladies' $10 Long Coats, ,
they are made of very light gray suit
ing trimmed iwith green velvet . and -fancy
buttons, all . ; . 'Q C -
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$3.05 For Ladies' $6 Panama Skirts,
they are r ail ?hand-tailors4 , -and well
finished, all sizes, in black Q3nr
only, for. . . .. . : . ..'V'i vUm7 0
Ladies. 25c; Fast
Ladies' $1 White
Children's 50c ; '
Caps, all sizes -
Ladies', 15c Em-
3 cents vH
Ladies' 50c Mus
lin Corsets Cov
. ers, all sizes '
in light colored
percale J -