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THE . OREGON DAILY JOURNAL', PORTLAND, FRIDAY EVENINQ," MAY 10. 1SC7.
' ( Hnfn Men Will Hold Convention
v and Nominate Candidates" ,
, for City Offices.
' MASS MEETING WILL (
, I BE HELD WEDNESDAY
Convention on Sand Pollowfng
: ; Will Choose ' Full ti,t for the
Members of the tabor Union to
. Vote on t Juno Election.
One mors ticket' will be put In the
"Id within a abort time, thug making
four separate lists of aspirants for mu-
?i.V.of,JL0 t0 eom bfor votara
r.f; ? W,"T Bext the eentral
commutes of the Union Labor party will
J? ?i. ,Tet,n n cau eonventlon
A-S! "rtJr' prescribed by
J7.i l hu nvantlon a full munloi-
m ' ni unl en
win oa nominated from tha mayor down
"f CM(11,1t for councilman.
Un,on bor Wrty In thua plan
nine to noma lnt k ..u.i . - .
following out tha general pr0f ram pre-
pared when tha party waa organized
aoma time ago. Under tha constitution
Of the party It la provided that a full
labor ticket ahould be put on tha ballot
for tha Juna election. The Indoreement
of varloua . eandidatea before, the prl
marlea waa done on the recommendation
of different unlona, but it waa not an
Indication that the labor ticket waa not
to be. nominated and aupported by the
labor union. vote....-Had John B. Coffey
and the ether eandidatea who were In
dorsed by the unlona been nominated
these eandidatea , would have been in
cluded on the official labor union ticket
Their failure, however, meana that a full
ticket will be nominated.
. Tha convention a waflir from next Sun
day will have to be attended by at leaat
100 voter to make It legal. If thla
number are preaent It will be poaalbla
to nominate a ticket by electing- a chair
man and aecretary and then proceeding
According to T. M. Leabo, aecretary
of the central committee of the Union
Labor party, every candidate nominated
will be a working union man In good
atandlng , with the Federated Trades
council. ",.., .; ; ;- , , . ' v"
MIRROR FACTORY :
TO LOCATE HERE
Grand Rapids Firm Will Manufac
ture Plato In Portland -largo ,
v. '.Local Market for Product. '
Through the efforta of the Northwest
Manufacturers' aaaoclatlon J. Tourner
ft Bros. Of Grand Rapids, Michigan, will
establish a mirror factory In Portland,
which will manufacture French mirror
plate glass, German looking-glass plate,
American plate glass and other kinda of
mirror glasa for" ornamental and deco.
ratlve purposes. . At nrexent all grade
of mirror glasa are brought to Portlund
from Pennsylvania, and other eastern
arlnss manufacturing, centera to the x
tent of .about: three carloads a month
It la estimated that the furniture manu
facturera of the Pacific northwest will
consume all the mirror plate .that the
plant will turn out '
An Interesting fact connected with
the proposed factory 1 thaf a market
will be afforded for all the broken plate
glass and remnants that are now Bent
to the acrap heapa. These will be pur
chased by the factory and cut Into
email, mirror sizes.. Much of the ex
pensive plate glasa that Is now lost
would thus become an item of salvage.
'.' It Is understood that - Turner Bros,
will establish their plant In North Port
land and will probably begin operations
within a short time. ..-: r 1 .
The St. Francla Polish Catholic, church
la preparing to erect a new church on
Maryland avenue, between Shaver and
Falling street, to cost between $8,000
and $10,000. t .: ..:,, V. " '.
Grant Phegley Is negotiating for
lot on Seventh atreet, near Ankeny, with
a view to erecting a three-story brick
business house, to cost about is&.ooo.
.' Two Pardons In Washington.
Olympia, Wash., May 10. Governor
Mead today paroled from the state pen
Itentlary Frank Brown, aentenced Octo
ber 6, If 00, from Spokane county, six
years for criminal assault and George
W. Edgar, sentenced In Bnohomlsn
county December It. 1I6S, to two years
and six months for obtaining: -money
by. false pretensea,:'; .
. Preferred Stock Canned Goods.
Allen A Lewis' Best Brand.
The Building At
N. E,; Cois 3rdrarid.Oak Sts.
Across from the U. S. National Bank
.Sale Begins .
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$17,500 bankrupt depart- mf 1
ment gtort stock of S. Mar- 1 w ; -cue
and crecUtorm, gold by the 1 'y T
United States court for bene- ; f '
fit of creditors, consisting of 1, , j j '
Spring and; Medium-Weight , s!
ilen's . snd Boys- Clothing, y
Shoes, Hats, Furnishings and " '
Ladies' and Misses' - Suits, ' ' f .
Skirt Coats, Jackets, Waists, "V h ';u ,
Corset Halen Underwesr; f ,
Notions; Black. u Blue snd f
; X.VHtjx Dress Ooods;. J.OOO- : I
yards Fine I; Taffeta , Silks, v i .
5 Broadcloth, Serges, Flannels ' 'v
tSDk-MUed French Msterisls,' '. X ; 4 y '
v Shoes,' Millinery, etc to be p!
33 of actual value. Here
are s few of the bargaTSs. Be ,
her s early it's money to
1 t . - s
aWi rtll I at ' siliTf 'vVi' irri ir
r-- dig f
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Feared That Rates Cannot Be
Secured for Association Meet
Injj , at " Los Angeles.
RAILROADS GUAR RELINQ
OVER COLLECTING FEE
Eastern Lines Object to Assessment
Two Dollar Membership Tithe
: and the Excursion Price May Be
caiicd off. ;:,'.': yS:''--:
' (Joeraal Speetsl Serriee.) -Chicago;
May 10. There Is grays dan
ger that the convention of the National
Educational aaaoclatlon, scheduled for
Los Angeles, will have to be called off.
aa the eastern railroads bare refused to
assist the western ; roads , Irt collecting
12 on every ticket sold to the conven
tion and turning It over to that organi
sation. The refusal was in the form of
the rejection of a new, tender of con
vention rates made by the western
roads. This, tender was of a rate of
162.60 for the round trip, return tickets
not to be good unleaa preaented at a
validation oilce, together with a mem
betabip . ticket In the National duca
tlonal association.'.: a- -!sKtt .'-.-'
The refusal of this tender makes It
Impossible for the eastern lines to, sell
tickets to the , convention at . reduced
rates unless the western lines abandon
their determination to collect a member
ship fee for the organization. ' :
Visitors From Europo, Attend the
; ; ' Sessions wid See Product :
'In Every Stage.
- nn stuits ajn tovooats.
All newest models, very latest, out
Suite In single : or double-breasted
styles. ,,.Topcoats built on the neweat
and. smartest Unas by master tail
ors. All examples of splendid work
manship. All the goods at the depot
and In transit for the bankrupt firm
ordered sold by the court for the
benefit .of the creditor. Suits, Top
eoats, Cravsasttes, , Trousers, Fancy
Teats, , Odd Coats. . ; Examples of
Men's $19.00 Suits
Men's S1J.00 Suits
Men's 113.66 Suits
Men's $11.00 Suits
Men's $1 $.00 Suits
4 t fl . 34 IS
Men's $15 and $S0 Suits ...fll.85
CKAVJ5JU1TJS ASTS OTZHOOATS.
$10.00 for ..S 5.90
$20.00 for $ 9.90
-r ' : " .' 109JTS TOtrSli.
$1.80 Pants for
1100 Pants tor ............
iSso. Pants for
II DA Iai fnr
$3.B0 Pants for ........;...
$4.00 rants ror .......... .
$5.00 Pants for ............
$$.0 Pants for
Borr un rkxrn. i-:
$0o Pants . r,y, ... k .,. V i
S5o Pants ;
0ira stats am msw imn
Men's $1.(0 Hats at .45
Men's $1.TS Hats at ... . .... .85
. Men's $2.E0 Hats at ...... .1.20
Mart's $3.00 Hats at .... , , , ,91.65
Men's 13.60 Hats at ..i,w.f 1.85
1 Soft . or stiff: black, pearls, tans,
H brown, nutria and dove. Boys' Hats,
newest styles, at 35 to 40 per cent
woxsira 3f askcovabijB
. XXQ APPAJUEZb
Women's $15 Suits fors.,,.
Women's $13 Suits for.....
. . CsnrxsBxmi strrTS.
to 18 Tears Softool Snlta.
$4.00: Suits for
$5.00 Suits for
16.00 Suits for.
$8 and $10 Suite for
srxoss. . .'
Man's $5.00 and $6.00 Shoes, .
Men's $3.50 Shoes ,...,....
'Men's $3.00 Shoes i.... .... .
Mn's $2.00 and $3.50 Shoes..
-V-: Y BOTT SXOSS. jt'tri
Boys' $2.60 snd $3.00 Shoes. . .11.15
Boys' $8.25 and $3.60 Shoes
umr awd botv rwBJnsaxjros
Boys Suspenders 5c
Men's 60o Neckwear . . . , . .'. 12 H
Men's 35o Suspenders ........ 1 15
Men's 76e Negligee Bhlrte ,,...35f
lOe nandkerchlefs ..J. 4f
31.2S Men's Sweaters ..........48
$1.00 Boys' Sweaters .....43
76o Boys' Sweaters iuu23
- Men"s-$1.00 Underwear ..... ...SSf
Men's $1.25 Underwear ....... .49
Women's $26 Suits for .,..$10.40
Women's $35 Suits for ...B12.50
Women's $40 Suite for ....$14.50
Women s $3 heavy black satlne
Petticoats . . . ....... M 1.10
Women's $6 Walking Skirts. f 1.65
Women's $7 Walking; Skirts. $ 2.88
women's . i waiaing omris, hoc
and ,.. . . i . . . n-j; f ;..ivv.S.'.' 1.45
Women's $ and $10 Coats, .$ 5.15
Women's $12 Cravejjpttes. .$ . 5.88
Women's i $20 Cravenettea. .$ 8.88
Women's $25 . Cravenettes. .810.70
.WOBOBSfSI BAXBTT SBZBTWAZST8
Handsome colored Waists. .
regular $2 values . .......... 651
j5iaoK ana rancy satins waists..
regular $1.00 values .......,..S5a
Dainty $1.60 Whits WatsU.,..85
Pretty' $2.50 White Waists . .81.14
Pretty $3.60 Whits Walata ..$1.32
Black, FetUcoats. 79 and.. ,$1.65
TABXica sxAinn!i.s ; ajts x0-
;;';:?? Sx'-': :k:3';:"
7o to lie Outtnc Flannel at, ,
per yard 4tt. 6e
oc Kimono flannel at, per ya. .loc
25o Plaid . Batiste at. per yd.,12H
40o Mercerised at,, per yard..,., 22
1 2 ft o Sllkoline at, ' per yard . . . 7
05o Drapery Tapestry at. yd...29i
80o Turkey Red at, per yard. ; . 16
$1.00 Stand Covers, each . .... .29
40o Pillow Tops, each ........ .15
tOo Pillow Tops, each .21
li.oo comrorts. eacn ........ . .f
$2.00 Comforts, each ........$1.05
$3.00 Comforts, each .$1.39
BiBBOirs 'aitb me ex rzznm.
All Silk Taffeta Ribbon, 8 Inches
wide,' worth 40o yard, for...... 15
aji Diia ana oatin Kiooons, worm
36c yard. t Inches wide, for.'. 12
Silk and SaUn Ribbons, 2H Inches
wide, 15c value, for JMj
1-lnch Ribbon, worth, 8o yard;
per yard 2e)
Baby Ribbon, worth 8o yards . v
3 yards for 1
Ladles' -Silk and Kid Belts,
' worth 60c. for ...... 21rf
Ladles' Lace. and Embroidery Col
lars, worth t5o, for-......... T)
Ladles' Back and Side Combs, ' .
worth 75o to $1.50, for ......354
Children's Buster Brown Belts,
au colors, worth sea, for ,...lOe
TtAinrtM A3TD SOXtSTTCS.
$1.60 Blankets at, each ........ 69
$2.00 Bed Spreads, colored, at. .98
$1.00 Faaclnators, a.UJo--rrrrr33e)
H.59 Qowns at. each . ......... RO
6 5o Go wnS at, each ,,,,,....,.35
ioo Jiprons ai, eacn ........... .XOC
.:;:-:,: . ; ' . m j , j :. .v ' . f :yv':v ..!,:.:J4
Ladies' new Sailor Hats. In Panama
straw, colors blue, brown and
black, regular $2 values, for..49(
Laiesr ranama eiraw waiains;
Hats, worth $2.00, for. .99J
Ladles' . new black - Sailors, pretty
shape," trimmed with, ; silk and
quill. $5.00 aralues, at.,. .. .$1.35
Misses' Milan Straw Sailors In white,
v trimmed In pretty plaid ribbons
' with qu$l. $3.60 values, at. $1.00
Felt and velvet shapes, valuea to 82;
choice at, each . .39
Children's Felt Tams,1 60o to 75c
-, values, for ................. .29 :
Children's 60o Caps; special at,. 19
SXE88 GOODS ASTO SZXiX.
75o Handsome Plaids at, i
per yard ..29
76c Black Figured Dress Ooods at, '
per yard ................ ...33f
$1.10 Black Serge t, per yard..39V
$1.00 Colored Serge at, per yard.39ec
5c Black Mohair at, per .yard . .35
$1.60 Black -Bearcloth at, per yd.59e
$3.00 Black Voile at, per yard. .T9f
$1.00 Plaid at, per yard ....... 45
25o plaid at, per yard ......12H
$3.00 Red Ladies'- Cloth at,- yd. .69e
$1.15 Tweed at, Pr yard ...... .49
76o Flannel at, per yard ...... .35
31.35 China Silk at per yard . Y.ttOrf
$1.00 Taffeta Silk at, per yard. .39
fi.zs uarreta buk at, per yara..oe
$1.25 Plaid Silk at, per yard ...49
$1.00 Velvet at, per yard .... .,59e '
31.00 wash oooas at, per yard.. ze
$1.00 FlanneLat, per yard .....39
$1.00 Flannel at, per yard 29
60o Plaid Cotton Serge at, yd..l7c
4$ yards Flannelette at, per yd.7Va?
W02CBST$I "WZAB ABD aTtTirsaJEB
Corsets, $3.28 value, for ....81.23
Corsets, $1.00 value, for . . . A . .85e
Children's Stockings, 26o values,
for .i ..Irtet
Underwear, $1.50 values, for, . , ,65t
Underwear, $1.00 values, for. ...44
Flannelette Gowns, $1.60 values, . '
Handbags, 60o values, for ... ..18?
Handbags, $2.00' values, for.,., 63 :
Combs, $1.26 values, for ......39
60o Hat Pins for 15 f
85c Supporters for a.. 15 '
CKTTiPBEyS A3T0 BCZ8SXS' SS0S8
$2.00. odd ....
Misses' $2.25 and
...... . .75
Infants' Soft Sole Shoes 10
Ladies' 1S.0A an taoA Bhu. 19 adc
Ladies' $4.00 and $4.60 Shoes! $2i20 ,
iaaies- is.oo and $3.60 Shoes. $1.65
Ladles' $2.60 and $8.00 Shoes. $1.15
(Joaraal SpeeUl Sarvlee.) "
Philadelphia, Pa.. May 10. Philadel
phia, Is preparing to entertain a notable
gathering, next week on the occasion of
the eleventh annual convention and ex
hibition of the American Cotton Manu
facturers' association. The convention
will be attended by cotton manufactur
ers from Naw England and ths south
and from several parts of Europo as
well. Ia addition to the cotton manu
facturers there will be preaent many
men lntereated la ths woolen and knit
goods Industries.. .
Wbils the convention, which Is to bs
held in the Bellevue-Stratford hotel,
will consume but two days of ths week,
the exhibition, which, will be held In
the First Regiment armory, will be for
mally opened ' next Monday and will
continue until the following Monday.
Cottoa from the field to ths compressed
bale, through the picking process, ' ths
little gin, the plantation preas to the
giant press Will . be exhibited. Among
ths novelties to- be displayed Will bs
very" new blt.- of ' machinery which
has been Invented for use In either of
the three industries, and all sorts of
wearing appareL The exhibits, many
of which come from abroad, are now
being installed In the armory, where
13,000 square feet Of floor space is
available for exhibition.' .
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CANADA CLAIMS MAIL 1
' . (Joaraal Soeeial Serrtee.l
.Montreal Que., May 10. In an effort
to prove that the Canadian routs is
faster than Naw xora ror tranaatianuo
malls, the Canadian government will
make uae of the North Sydney rpute
during the early summer, when malls
bound from Liverpool to Montreal take
the Cans Race route. Heretofore dur
ing summer navigation malls have beea
carried up the St. Lawrence ana lanoea
at Rimouskl This summer the liners
will transfer malla off North Sydney,
which is the nearest point to Europe
to go ever ths Intercolonial. ... Steamers
will carry V thsm to . North Sydney,
whence they will be rushed by special
train to Montreal. The steamer Mont
calm will be used as the mall tender
at North Sydney for the, delivery of
mails to the outgoing and for receiv-
lnc malls from ths Incoming steamers.
As she snd all bf the mall steamers are
fitted with ths - wireless equipment
there will be no difficulty tn their
a-ettlna in touch with each other, no
matter what the weather . conditions
may be. v. .
The first steamer, to try tns new ar
rangement is , ths Virginian, which
leaves Montreal today, and will receive
her malls from ths Montcalm Sunday in
Cabota strait between Cape Breton and
Newfoundland. It is sxpeoted that
there will be a gain of several hours
for Montreal in mall delivery by ualng
North Sydney as mall port, and from
one to two days for maritime province-
towns. , . , , . V
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As a special inducement fo ; have you become a cus
tomer' ot our new Clothing Department we make a
special reduction in all of our $20.00 Suits for Saturday
- (tomorrow ) for all day and evening
These Stylish, Up-to-Date t
, 1 r
i i ,,i
Worth; Regular $20.00,
Quoted I Special for Saturday
We have them in blacks, blues, checks, plaids, etc.
And they are regularly sold at $20, and mighty good
- vuuc ior uic money.
DEDICATE CARWEGIE . '
a 7 LIBRARY AT GOTHAM
New Tork, May 10 Ths twenty-first
branch building; of the New Tork publla
library, to be erected from the Carnegie
fund was dedicated this afternoon. The
building la located In East Fifty-eighth
street, and will house about 80,000 vol
umes. When present" plans have been
carried out no section of ths metrop
olis -will bs without Its Carnegie li
brary. Three' mors branches are about
ready to open, two vln Staten Island
and one in Harleln1f:;?:'A,,fAy'"'
- BALLOON :ASCENS10N -
. ... ...... ,, .
Bsed to ' 3ol ea tt Hg-hts ,S-e
' ' ' ' Dropped. :. A v
Eleven deeds will be dropped from a
balloon to be sent up by D. EL Keaaey ft
Co next Sunday afternoon At 4:80 from
a point near the old Castle, .w All the
deeds will be blank except one and that
will eonvev title of a lot on tbo heights
to the finder. wnne the aeronaut nro-
poses to 'ascend a mil or more he will
in sll probability drop the deeds when
up a fewhundred feet The man. women
or child who aecures the right deed will
take It to the offto of Mr. Keaaey and
have his nams Inserted without any
The balloon is one of ths largest be
ing 70 feet highland - Professor Mil
ler, the aeronaut usually drops from the
balloon with a parachute at a height of
.sue or a.uuB.ieet. . is the weather . Is
Inclement the ascension will be post
poned until the following- Sunday at the
When no longer wanted.- "want-ad-
Take these Suits, make
a small ' cash payment,
then only . . . .
Open .till 10 o'clock. When you ask for this special mention that you saw ad
j in The Journal.
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We permit you to test it before you pay for ; it.
Pricesis $10 less than other inferior ranges ::-
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As a guarantee of good faith we place, the Eclipse
in your kitchen ready: for use. If not satisfied
your dollar will be cheerfully refunded. If range
meets your approval you may then pay us ;.
SI :A'. WEEK
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