The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, May 21, 1907, Page 11, Image 11

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I Miwtiiy'W-y Wfwiyii'"" " - nuswi i in iiwji i nw ww'W " mm w .v.
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LIKE 10 Mm
Rough and Stormy Road of Ice
man and Dogcatcher Are No
Comparison at All. '
Be Patlert With th Umpire, for lie
't May Be Human and Have Boal
' Like Ordinary Folk Who If" to
Blame', After AH. i '
Br J.' K. Turner, (
How would you Ilk to be the Um
pire T - '
- . Believe me, It Is approximately Til
time worse than being the Ice-man er
the - dot-catcher, t
I . lib, no, If the umpire would Juet alt
I 7r in the arandstand er on the bleach
i era alonaalde of you and. me. he
- couldn't possibly ever make a mis
take. His decisions would be applaud'
ed to the echo and be. would be the
real hero of . the diamond, tnetead of
the villain, as he , la reckoned under
the present rules.
Bat that's the trouble. The rules
' eompel the umpire to vet right dawn
on the diamond, where he's not in
position to see anything accurately. And
so trie miecmer is aone.
" v If the offlolal had the choice between
sitting up in ' the grandstand beside
yon and me and of going onto the
diamond, there might be no excuse
..for him. but he Is a 1 victim of the
i ' rules the inexorable rules and don't
'you think he deserves Just a tear or
-two of sympathy t .r
. Tbe Ban Flayer's f-oorBoaae.
' How would you like to be tbe urn
'plreT Aak any ball player, even though
the latter is the worst kicker oa bis
To suggest to a ball player that he'll
end his career as an umpire is like
telling an ordinary prosperous and self
respecting business man that be will die
in the poor house. , l' , -,
"Two hundred and twenty-five dol
lars a month Is what makes ate an- a-
-plre," explained Mr, Derrick of the
Coast league, when asked to unbun
den his heart "But It's mighty lit tie,
considering the atmosphere of calumny
a man. Uvea la all his life.. T& rather
; shovel guts Jri a packing house 10 hours
a" day, like 'Jurala, than to Work two
v tiovfs a day as aa umpire, ' , Bat 4 hen,
wou know, a gut shoveler doesn't get
ulte 2tS per month. ; -i
"Do you aee those gray nalrst" eon
, tlnuedthe umpire. "Way, I'm as gray
aa a badger. Notice the wrinkles t
Folks imagine I'nv CO ' years old,-; but
rm not - I'm luat tT. - Tea. I'm going
to get marnea aay arier tomorrow, '
I'll ten- you .one thing. I'll never take
'thy -wife to 'ball game where, I'm uny
WrqrJWfJ,.it'itiir should bear all thi
Tiame s they jcall me during Just one
frame 'J could eever' look her In the
face again. Great " Scott V Don't yon
suppose arii umpire craves the respect
of his wife, as well f aa you or any
ether member of ; respectable, society
M . l . ' ' . ... .... , : -. ..X
... . .. ' - .
; Xneiaaoe of Saturday XaV
Leal" Saturday -Derrick "was overlaat.
ltigly lambasted because he called time
during a downpour of rain that ould
have penetrated an ordinary overcoat In
- 10 minutes,,. He was called as many
different names as a couple of hundred
.Ingenious - gentlemen rooters could
'think of and was ' nearly mobbed . by
the San Francisco bunch. Just because
the latter happened to be ahead In the
game - and were , afraid of having it
'called off before' the end of the fifth
Inning. 1 1, Captain Wheeler swore he'dj
er players- well, you can bear It most
any. day for -yourself. :,.:x '..' ...;'. ,
After : the ball - game was over Sat
urday the writer watched the umpire
leave, the - grounds and climb onto a
waiting car As he walked, he looked
neither to the rlaht nor to the left but
stared straight ahead, as 'If .no knew
.that the hurrying, . Joking crowd had
no pleasantries or friendly glances to
pare for him. V
'- Hi face was set In hard lines as
1te took a seat land stared Out of the
window. There was nothing savage ex
pressed In those hard lines. Ybe look
was rather one of dogged defiance and
of anguish. He IntentlonalUy . avoided
looking anyone in the face. , ; -'
The way of the baseball umpire is
hard. The umpire la hated by nearly
ody and , loved - by -nobody. He
nnaYvM ns vmnethT. The tendereat
human feeling accorded him la pity and
pity la more oruei at times tjian na
tred. - - -
Whe Are the Toolef .
The umpire is universally mlsun
derstoed. One-half cf the spectators
eredlt him with dishonesty and the ether
half with stupidity. He Ms either
cheat ,or fooU; Though K of all the
persona in attendance at - a baseball
eram the umpire onlz ' ttandt . In
position to adeurately Judge the merits
of a eiose piay, yet not one in one hun
dred 1s . willing' to tratt A his decision.
Each ; fellow in the crowd thinks he
alon is ( naturally- gifted with uner
ring, sight and that If the leagua could
only - hire him to umpire it would be
fortunate inaeeo.
And so the lot of the umpire Is full
e? tempest and storm. Nearly every
time , he calls "ball," any number from'
one to 1,000 people denounce him because
be did ' not call "strike,", and nearly
every tlmo he calls atrlke," somebody
is certain to detest him because he did
not call "ball." He la Jeered and booty
ed from Inning No. 1 to Inning No.
bv grandstand, bleachera, r- bench.' and
teame,- i ' -
ntsesslng human senalbllltlosT
'" Every .time a ball is knocked clone
f . tn Ida fnnl line nn Hide imista tht tt
is foul and the other side that' it la
fair. ' Every time, there is a close play
at a baae and a close decision somebody
is sure to malign the umpires
Be Vatient "With Via.
" Liarl Blockhead I How much do you
get for that decision T are mild earn
plea of what they yelk - - w 1 - t
; Htn voatlrt la one continuous recep-
One of tbe New Asphalt Tennla Courts at the Multnomah Club.
tlon reception of bulldose and bluff.
The nlayera rear and lower and when
he yields one little . Inch, when : he
swerves a hair from hla course, the
players, seeing that their game of bluff
la working ever so little, redouble their
bluffs and the pretensions aa to, "get
Una- the worst of If rr ;
, Lot the poor umpire. - Be patient wtth
him. . Perhaps he Is human. Terhaps
he hae a soul, He does not choose bis
vocation because be enjoys abuse, but
mayhap because he hae little ones at
home who need his pay and who know
hint not aa. a horrid umpire, . but as
"papa." ' - ;-:; - ' v
Be patient with the umpire. Do not
add your- -voice to the hoots and de
rision of him. Ood knowe hla path is
tony enough already. , ,
The 'Tribunes defeated the Irvlngton
team Sunday in an H -Inning game. The
core was I to 7. Larine'a two-bagger
in the eleventh won the game. The
line-up: v , v-
Tribunes. ; ' .' Position.' Zrvington.
Larlne ,c . . . . ... . .... .Traynor
Twitchell ...... . ..p ......... . Fltsgerald
W. liascltt. i At ; . e. . ; . . , .. , ,', Barnea
Meagher,.....,, ............. pill
Redman. ..2b. .. i. i .H. Church
T. Mascott ....... 3b . . ..... -Genson
Predaugh . . . .... ..If. Emel
Nelson. , ,.cf. , , , , .. ,R, . Church
Thompson,. .. ,...rf ........ , , . Ratlgan
The Meadow. View Parka won from
the Yemen team Sunday by the score
of p to The feature of the gamerwaa
the pitcmng oe Ackeison. The une-upi
Meadow View Parka, . . , Vernon.
Traynor, . . ...... .c ............. . Otto
Ackeison. ...... ...p. . t , . . P. Wood word
A. Verateeg. . ,. . .'. 1 b . ..... .... . , . . Body
Reegan . lb ; - Jlaae
Barnes... ti,...,.ss,,...'. Jack
R. Jensen;,,. , ., ,1b, ,....,. Woodard
Wood . i; , , , .If ....,. . , . .. , Miller
Church. . . ...... .............. . Van
O, Jensen. . . , . . . ..rf . . . , .B. Woodword
The Oswego baseball '; team defeated
the St Johna amateur team at Oswego
Sunday by the scor of 10 to I. The
features of the game were the heavy
hitting of Klaer and Worthlngtoa and
the pitching of Kiser, who struck out It
men., Following la. Urn Une-up: . ..
Oswego. . . ,.,!. .v . St Johns.
Halnea ...wo...;. Melt
J. Chuck. ...... , .as. , , -Nordlne
O. Itlser v.,...p.......,,.,..R. Lee
Tipple.t.... .i.... lb W. Lee
Waldorf .,r. Loy
Auatl n .'. . . ...... lb H. hoy
R. Fox. .. .......Ktt. Scales
Worthington. ... .cf . Peterson
W. Chuck If Poff
The C. C Cline Devoee defeated the
Warrentons Sunday at Warrenton, Or
by a score or 10 to fl. , Neither team
bad been defeated, this season. The fea
tura of the aama waa Gardner's niteh,
jng. . He atruck out ,14 of the Warren"!
tons. ;, Next Sunday ' the Devoea will
piay at MCMinnytue, Oregon. ;.
The Ainsworth achocl nine wee de
feated by the Sunnyslde nine last Fri
day by a score of 10 to t. The fea
tures of the game were the. batting of
crumoiey ana case end the pitching; of
Nail, k j ' , vx ) ni
v The - Eagle Creek ball - nine ' waata
games en their own grounds. Address
Ben Jacquea, Eagle Creek. t
- The WlUametU baaebaU . nine will
play next Sunday at Canby .with the
Canby nine' The Willamette'e battery
will be Roy Thomas and George Pern
Season Promises to Be Most
k Successful In History of the
Came in Oregon. '
Bethel, Benham nd Ewin& tClll Be
Regular Attractions on the Local
Courts This SummerMultnomah
Clnb Has Two New Courts.
The second week of the Coast e
a - league baseball season in Pert
land begins - thin afternoon at e
1:30. when the too-notchera and
ethe Utl-enders cross bats. The
e' - tram carrying the Juoa Angelea
bunch waa aeveral . hours, late. a
out waa expected to be in at i
o'clock this afternoon. The , e
pitchers in the first game will e
probably be Callff and Nagle. ' e
Moore is scheduled to catch for
Portland.' -Buck" Keith, a local
sport , win ornciate as umpire, ' e
aa Derrick has gone to Seattle to
take unto himself a wife. Per
ricK win return tonignt ana wiu ,
be ready- for the bouquets to. e
morrow arternoon. - - -
American League. -Philadelphia
1, Detroit 0. '
St. JLouls I, Now York S.
Washington S, Cleveland 0. '
Chicago 4, Boston 0.
National League. ''
Boston , Chicago' 1, ,
Philadelphia 4, Cincinnati 1. ' ' '
St Louis , New Tork 4. .
Pittsburg 3. Brooklyn 0.
The town cow is a nuisance in TiUa-
Interest In tennla this year promises
to exceed that of any previoue year In
the history of Portland. Last season
waa more than an ordinarily successful
one. : Indeed. It waa pronounced by nu
merous of the old-timers to- be the best
yet, but -the season of 1807 will un
doubtedly . exceed , it -both in the num.
ber of the players and the excellence
of the play. : 'i,'."--"'-.- a -..v:..-,. :
A number of nrst-rana piayera wno
were here only' a part, of Jaat year or
not at all will figure In the. local tour.
naments from -their beginning;- Among
them Is Major , Bethel, who baa, cap
tured aeveral. trophies in former years.
The major has announced hla Intention
of spending; the entire, summer. In Port
land and of putting in a large share of
the time on tbe tennis courts. Major
Bethel should make a strong bid for
the singles championship of the state,
which Is now held by Walter Goes. It
is said that he will Join Gosa in dou
blea. Should he do ao, Bellinger and
Wlckaraham, who have held the : dou
bles championship for the past two
years, will be compelled to extend
themaelvee to the . limit to keep their
title. ' -. .
. Other :lrft Bete Ken.
Bethel and Goes will by no means be
the only likely opponents, of Bellinger
and Wickersham in doubles. . ' R. R.
Benham. who was two years ; ago
member of the 'championship team rof
the northwest will play in all the local
tournaments this year. Benham. came
here about the middle of last season
and played in two of the tournaments.
He did not have regular practice, how
ever, and did not ahow up at bis best
Benham Is exceedingly good In net play
and Is rightly considered one of the
best doubles piayera In this section of
the country. Should be secure a suit'
able partner he will make a strong bid
for championship honors In doubles as
well a in singles. ' - ,'
Another player who' will be compara
tively new to the Portland courts Is
Shtvely, a racquet wlelder from Wash
lngton state, who competed in last
year's state tournament : Shlvely has
joined the, Irvlngton club.'.
J. F. swing, chairman or the tennis
committee this year at the Multnomah
club, la another clever, man who waa
out of town ail of last summer ana
who, therefore, did not enter In any of
the tournaments. As a partner of H.
H. Herdman, Swing haa won number
of trophlea In doubles during the past
R.-WHder, another player who la dis
tinctly In the first class, la atarUng
strong In practice and will undoubtedly
make a better ahOwing this year than
laaC- Throughout the whole of last
season: Wilder war'ourorcondltio and
never came up to his best work on the
courts. Wllder's partner in doubles In
the past has been F. y. Andrews.
The sew Asphalt Comtta.
Practice at both the Multnomah and
Irvlngton courts' Is In full swing. . The
dirt courts at Irvlngton will be better
than ever this year and every Indica
tion la that all six of them will be kept
busy every fair afternoon from- now
until the late fall. Two new asphalt
courts at the Multnomah club have
served to bring out an unusually large
number of enthusiasts during the past
three weeks. " The asphalt courts are an
experiment In the northwest, but they
have -already been pronounced - by a
vast majority of the piayera to be supe
rior to either dirt or oiL , , t.
Two or three of tbe older players are
dissatisfied with the new courts, but
this dissatisfaction will no doubt wear
away after a few weeks of practice on
them. : Asphalt courts are the truest
made, and while they are hard on shoes
nd balls, they make a faster game out
of that most scientific of outdoor sports,
lawn tennla, '.'! 's.rr "
Yhte Tear Toanamesta. .
i There will be at leaat aa many tour-
namenta thla year aa last The first
will be the Ladd handicap singles at
Mutnomah. which .will begin probably
the flrat week in June. Immediately
following that will come a handicap
tournament at the Irvlngton club. The
Oregon state tournament will be held
the last week In July and later there
will - be : one or more tournaments a
club championship at Irvlngton, prob
ably an open tournament at imngton
and perhapa a club championship at
Multnomah. e--; . i'f
. In August the northwest cup inter
national tournaments will be held and
a number of Portland's best will un
doubtedly take part In these.
'. MomIiI niirxfrh ta The loarniL)
alhanv. Or.. Mar 11. The work of
placing the Albany racetrack In condi
tion la progressing very aetlefaetorlly.
Those interested In this track elalm that
It will be one of the beat in the west
and many horsemen pronounce it the
best west of the Mississippi. ' '
, S. 8. Bailey of Seattle has the track
leased and haa a string of young horses
here that he la working out and bring
ing Into condition for the racing aeaeon
of 107. Some of the beat horses on the
coast are quartered here and the work
of training la in charge of one of the
best horsemen In the state. Race meets
have been assured the local public, and
It la hoped to bring the track into re
pute among the leading horsemen of
the state and the Pacific coast :
eMsasMsssJBWaesM . ;
i-'r;.-i: : Bowling Score.';-"-. .' )
Brlfham'a team bowled last night at
OSEGOl JO . (IVjllllS '
Jy "WW tH'--t
They Meet Saturday on O. A. C.
- ' i field -Triangular Reld '
H - vvf Day. Comes Later.
the Multnomah club.
aa foll-iwas ;k
The scores were
Brjgham .............171
Routledge ......... ..HT
Hudson ............. .15
Suman ..............
V wref erred Stock Oaaaed Oeoda. .
Allen A Lewis' Beat Brand. . -
(Spedst.DUMtcb to Tse Joereel.) 1
University of , Oregon, Eugene, , May
II. 'The Oregon track team, which bids
fair to capture the champlonhstp of the
Northwest this year at last meets
Corvallls next Saturday on the O. A. C.
field. ,;. .'. ,.-
Oregon, of course, expects to beat the
Agrlca, and .the , acore should atand
about the same aa against Pullman,
possibly worse. The Farmers claim to
be full of surprise, however and the
exact way the events will result cannot
be foretold. Oregon should atand but
little ahow of getting more than first
and third intthe pole-vault but seems
very likely to take all the placea In the
prints, the first two placea in both
hurdles,' snd all the places , In the
weights.- .She Is very likely also to get
placea In the mile, In the half and In
the quarter, all of which will net a
number of points. . The broad Jump
might also go completely to the 'varsity
lads, while O, A. C. will no doubt take
first place in the high jump.- Tbe Ag
rlca, should also take the relay race.
After the O. A. C meet Oregon has
two other contests. The first will be
the Interstate triangular meet between
Washington, Idaho and Oregon at Se
attle. The next though it la not cer
tain, will be with Whitman, about June
3. There haa been some talk of Bend
ing Just eight men there and trying re
sults In that fashion. The Whitman
track is ssid to be very fine, and Kelly
and bla track fellows should break rec
ords there.
' A Significant Frayer. i
"May the Lord help you make Buck
Jen's Arnica Salve known to all," writes
J. Q. Jenkina of Chapel Hill, N. C. "It
?uickly took the pain out of a felon
or me and cured it In a wonderfully
short time.", ' Best on earth for sores.
I bums and wounds, s So at Red , Cross
I Pharmacy. ' .
Multnomah's Star and North
r west Champion Have Never
? ; fc Before Met on Mat.
' The wrestling match which haa been
arranged between Kdger Frank, cham
pion of tbe MUItnomab club, and Frank
Venablea, champion of the northwest at
121 pounds, la attracting a great deet
of Intereat among Multnomah club men
and their friends. The match will be
held next Friday night at the Mult
nomah club end will be the chief attrac
tion of a five-event wrestling and box
ing program. ..,.'.,'
Venablea arid Frank have never met
on the mat before. Venables won tho
northwest championship , while Frank
waa In the east having a try at tho
national championship. Frank haa been
considered the best cf his weight in this
section of the country and Seattle haa
repeatedly , tried to fin a man of bla
weight to down him. Whether Venables
can do the trick or not remalna to be
seen. The men will go on the mat at
130 pounds and will wrestle for the best
two rounds out of three,. ... ,. ., . . :
Another Seattle man wUl be seen at
the entertainment Taylor' Roscoe, who
will box three rounds with Charles
Henrya of Multnomah at 130 pounds.
The three other events will be;
Bui Hughes vs. , Jim Smith 119
pounds; Tony Merta vSv- Franda,. 140
pounds, and Otto Ott va C B, Smith, 133
pounda. ; ,r - y v :;
, TacomaWaah., May 3.1-The twenty
fourth annual meeting of the Washing
ton grand lodge, Knlghta of Pythias,
opened in Taeoma today and will be la
aesston until Friday. The meeting
promisee to be the moat successful in,
tbe history of the order. Nearly 1,000
knlghta. Including aeveral companies of
the uniform rank, are In attendance.
Xe Vonght M Oettysbnrg.
David i Parker of Fayette," N. T.i
lost a foot at uettyeburg, writes: '"Elec
tric Bitters have done me more good
than any medicine I ; ever", took.' For
aeveral years I had stomach trouble, and
paid out much money for medicine to
lttie purpose, until I . began taxing
Electric Bittera I would not take 3600
for what they have done for me." Grand
tonic lor tne aaea ana ror remsie weax
nessea, ' Great alterative and body
builders best of all for lame back and
kidneys. Guaranteed by Red Cross
? 71
Each day the bargains keep pouring in by every ran case upon case of our many purchases arrive, and they are
all bargains that put to shame the best offers of other stores. All day yesterday and today thousands of frugal
purchasers have been crowding the store and securing the bargains of their life, for remember; there's not a single,
solitary item in this entire list that can be matched elsewhere short of one fourth to one half more, and youH
' admit it, too, i you but take the trouble to investigate and compare. ,
Women's $3 and $2;50 Mercerized I Thousands of Pairs More of Women's
REG. $1.50 $19
OI 50c and 75c Dreaa
Goods,' mixed lots, all
kinds, again C
tomorrow, at ' A I A
choice r.;;....aWl 10
It'a one of the best of our bargain pick tips and hun
dreds have already been gold; mad. of beautiful
black land white checked and plaid mercerized sat
een, rich, silky luster, pleated and fancy ruffle and
flounce trimmed. Petticoats that er. the gQ v 1
best you've ever seen anywhere at $2.00 XifSf9
and $2.50. Choic. SJt
They're going; like wildfire: everybody clamoring
for them and they are going at a song, too, Just
when they're scarcest; two great lots, pure silk
Long Gloves; also hundreds of pairs in fine silk
usie; black ana wmte on;y ana tn
all sixes. Every pair a 11.30
value, Gnoic. .
$1,19; W
27-IncH Colored
AH colors except black and white,
pur. silk goods, worth 57Jc whole-
sale, retaus at uc
while this lot lasts,
Crowds Alter Them-Tomorrow Anolhcr Chance to Buy .
Women's 35c to :75eiamplc lose 23e
Ail dampies rrom uae or America urcaiest imponeri.
" 0 All Tbls 5eaton't newest 5ty Its
All-Over Lace?, Drop-Slilcli, Bool Effects SiUt
Embroidered, Figured, Stripes and Plains
Finest lisle, mercerized silks
and maco, black, tans, reds,
pinks, etc- also . plenty ; of
white. All sizes and all seam
less. Every pair in the lot
worth 35c and up to as high'
M 75c. Choose what you
want tomorrow; lay in sea
son's supply while you can
get two to three pairs for
tne usual price . ot one,
Choic. ......... .
r -s' i
60a '
Ms the worst dlsesss
ce esrto. ret tM
ulest to rare WHEN
TO, DO, f Mny be
pimples, spots ea tbe
kin. snrae' in tne
noata, aleers. fsllbir
Mir. twos BSIIIS.
tarrh. snd dftn't knnw
e.1H Arro St., rMlad.lphU, Pens., ' fnt
ROWN'S BLOOD C1UHB. 12.00- per battle;
! w sMsth. .Sole la forUaae eel ar
Shop Bago
Fancy styles, steel frames and
all . Urge; Ut: fl,; KA
Choice I .' .'i . . .... i .". "TV
25c Gold Plated
! Engraved and fanl .et,- (jii
worth 25c; 2 on card, fof.,i.e7C
" Fifty Yard
JMost all colors, always o2'
Old t ,5C J Spool i.j..-aJl.
Women's 25c
All fancy styles, lac. and em
broidery trimmed, ;- QWv
at ,.'., . ........ , w
lust half price, all lace1 and em
broidery trimmed. : AQm,
Choic. ."r...-.....,..:.,,.40C
EXTRA SPECIAt-A 15,000 Yard Purchase of
fL. :i .-il-. J t .J v . -;: AsfT
terns, wide and narrow widths, all insertions, do edges, none KJYd
wortn less tnan bc ana up to ioc Choice. ...........
Regardless of Cost or Loss
We need fh. room for our dry goods departments and everything goes at any
price to sell it quick. Cost or loss is not considered. Sell out what's left at
any price is the order and that's why the reductions are so sensational. Re
member, everything goes, the entire grocery stock to be sold. There's no re
serve, tor everytntng must be solo.
toe Balaler aClaerai JJoap ....... 6
SO-IH, Seek Salt for .3
m aox xaaie Bait .............. v
Oream Boiled Oats, 10 lbs. .4..... 38
toe beat WaaUxur sjoda. pkr. ..... 8
toe beet oioae Btaarak , -T
soe Allaptoa, lb. ......,....... ...XSf
SSe Zrfxise ataatard, lb. .......... 19
Waits Wavr Beans, lb. 3
Zrg-e jar pare Strained Xoaey.,,,19)
10a Marnetlo Stareh 5
Si M Oold acedal aCaple Sttop, gal.79f
aUsieed Olaitie, easi'4..:.r.....
10a Mustard, bottle 5
SSe Suwet Party Catsay ....... ..14
ISo laaey Veaa, eaa ..... w.......lO
laro. lb. t . , i . ..,,......... 6
Teast roam, pka ................ 3e
All 10a eaa Oyster. .............. , fie
An oar best SOo aad SSe fame "77-
aad tellies, Jaf a i,
SOo Tit mruae Cereal .............19
Bnaset Pripe Table tjmp, gal. : .45
Tlolet Vaaoaka Tloae ...,......,12.
Bird Seed, pkf. 8e
ISe bottle Beppev Saooe .......... 4
too boa 1.600 acatohee , fij
Criffoa'e Tomato Catsup,' tot , ...184
All best 10a Sates, lb. 7
Be laury Soap, bar 34
So Xeandrr Soap, bar 24
SOo aad SSe aClxe Tea, lb,'......, 9
ISo Sbasta- Jellies, glass , .......... 94
AU etur finest Teaa, all blade, Q on pow
der, Oolong-, TBoolored Japan, etc, al
ways sold at 600, BOo and 9o. Take
you eboloe ot tbe lot, . . in
at, lb, &yC
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Dozens of styles, worth 25c and
35c, all go at, ; 10r
r A' a, . .f a e ,m4mm
: 50c Fancy
Jewel set, all latest styles, sam
ples of 50c and 75c ; - , , Oyl
kinds VaC
51.00 Allovcr
Full 20 inches wide, elegant pat
terns, ;7Se and $1.00 . , CO
values ; yard ............ .0 w w
Women'fl 25c
Knit Vccto
Sleeveless, taped and crochets 1
yokes, worth 18c to : 1 f
25c-at ...Ill
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Fancy tty!c, v, ' ;
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