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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, MONDAY EVErJTNO, "JULY 15, i:C7.
Htnif flrlrllU HC In accordancc with our usual custom of making a semi-annual
B Ml H a JJ ID 0 V H O sale at the end of each season,7 wq will on Tuesday Icniher. in-
4J7.f",-. fltifflirntft trip crrpnitt Rnlr rxrfr hMrl' In -"PrtrflotiI TVi ' I
of this sale is to entirely close out all
entire hew stock. In order to accomplish this we are going to make the price cut so deep, that the values offered will be irresis
tible. , All of the famous Chesterfield fancy sujts, and other good makes to go on sale at ; the following great price reductions :
All Outing Suits to go on sale at the following extra
$18.00 Outing Suit Values for $12.00
20.00 OuUng Suit Values for 13.50
22.50 Outing Suit .Values for 15.00
$25.00 Outing Suit Values for $1 6.50
30.00 Outing Suit Values for 19.00
35.00 OuUng Suit Values for 23.50
$40.00 Outing Suit Values for $29.50
Every article sold at sale has our guarantee the same as at. regular price. ,. TERMS OF SALE STRICTLY CASH.
. i ' Avail yourself of Js splendid opportunity whfle
i , i i ii I. I., i . n M
Suit Values for $13.50
20.00 Suit Values for 15.00
22.50 Suit Values for 1 6.50
25.00 Suit Values for "19.00
lit Values for : 23.50
35.00 Suit Values for 26.50
40.00 Suit Values for 29.50
269-271 . MorriSOli 26 PcrCcnt Discount oh All Blades and Blues
SEASON'S SECOND HALF
Days of High Ddight and
Edification Have Been :
';':Cf. t Their ; Portion! ; ;
SUNDAY TIIE BANNEB
DAY FOB ATTENDANCE
BetnMpectlVa Cmt Givtn Program
" Today, la Fonua and In W; C.-T.
17. Round Table- Economic Topics
Betide MIm Johnson, Soloist.
(Special DblMtef to T Jtsnatl.)
5rgtn City," ivij 1S-T11 mornlnf
th MTenth day of th Chautauqua aa-
Smblr, which also begins ths sacond
fealf of tha femrtMnth aaBfllcm, opn4
, t j. v
Come on! They're cut
ting prices at The Lion
Store. ' . ' '
$20 Suite cut to....$15 .
$irSuits cut t67tl$ld
$10 Panama Hats... $5
The , quick-steppers ' get,,
the best pick. We won't
carry . goods over from
one; season toanother,
so we cut prices now.
K3-ani ICS Third St.
with ranawrt actlrlty aftwr tha day of
raat, and notwlthstandlns tha thraatan-
lag waathar tha classes wars foil, en
tlma and altra with lntaraat, and with
very oaf bringing many people for the
No new elaaaea win be nana this aas-
slon and the calendar now stands: -
I to 10 a. m. Junior Bible sway.
Mrs. Alice Handeeker.
to 10 a. m. Misaion stnay, n wii
or J. V, Ewlng.
t to 11 a. m. Physical culture. Pro
fessor A. M. Grille.
to 11 a. m.- Knsllih Ilteratnrs, Dr.
B. J. Hoadley. I
f to 10 a. m. Elocution, Professor
W. En tens Knox. - "
19 to II a. m. United States history,
Hon. Willis C Hawley, M. C. ,
10 to 11 a. ta Domestlo science,' Miss
10 to 11 a. m. Bible study,. Kar.
Jamas Hoffman Batten.
- The Homing's baotnias.:
The forum-hour today- from 11 ta 11
was devoted to "The Conqueat ot the
Desert," by Mies Wllhelmlne Joehnke,
sraduate of Chicago unlveratty and lec
turer to the cubllo echoolt of New Tork.
- Dr.' Own Adair, Oregon's pioneer phy
sician and Sraduate of the Unlveratty of
Michigan medical department, lectured
Mlaa Tlna-le. teacher of domestlo sd
enca. gave one of her popular lectures
on ' Soupe" at the headquartera of the
Young . woman a enrtsuaa ABCociatlon,
wmcA was weu aitenaea. - -
Br. Batten's BibU Class.'
This morning Dr. Batten Inetrncted a
large Bible class. His subject was
"Revelation the Argument for . Proph
ecy. 1 '
From to It a. m. Profeaaor X T.
Ewlng oonJnued his oouree of leotures
on "101108110 at the T. W. C A.
headquarters. Hla aubject dealt chleflr
with th effect oi Immigration upon the
cttlee and its relation to cheap labor.
Thaea lecturea are attraotlnx mucn at
tan Hon and ere .considered among the
moat thoughtful " and scholarly efforts
that have been put forth at the Chau
tauqua this seaaon. ' t
W. O. . V. ateviews Klreory.
The "W. c T. U. people are making
active nreoarstlons tnis morning lor
th.ir wnind table axei-oleee thla after
noon, which will be given to a history of
the work of the Consumers' league. Mrs.
Addlton will give a resume of the work
the organisation nas aone ana i vartr
lira A. Bon ham. ' president of the
Woman's Label league, will give a talk
m th. arnrk of bar orranlsatlon as It
bears uoon tha labor conditions of
At ths T. W. C. A. round table Miss
irr.nM. oaaa who was a missionary for
many years In Armenia, will give 8, talk
at 4 p. m. on Women of Turkey."
The afternoon leoture is being given
by the popular Frank S. Regan on Tbe
American email Boy. inis win am r.
Regan's third lecture and his popularity
has continued to mount upward wKh
each one.- , , . .
.. Miss' fohaeoa' as Soloist. .'
Visa Jennie T.-W." Johneon -msds her
flret appearanca thla afternoon and was
rn a coraiai and entnuaiasno wel
come. Three yeara ago Mine Johneon
was-the Chautauqua .soloist and -won
jaating laurela for herself. Blnce her
last appearance-here Mies Johnson haa
made her borne In Chicago, where she
haa occupied cae of the beet choir poel
tlona In the olty and U In great de
m"Jl? ! "0, singe at private and
public functions, ghe haa an oratorio
voire ot Fr.mnirir-.nt power and a dis
cretion Unbounded. n thet ahe never
slnsa too.Vmavy, but Is alweys rendy to
deliver a tone quainy so full end rich
as to mark her voice aa one among a
hundred, Sew MuaoiaUoa Is cue oi
,, Miss Jnnl V. W. Johnson. ' '
Miss Johnson's marked charaoterlatloe,
Bhe will . be the soloist durlna the re
mainder of the Chautauqua season.
Rev. James H. Batten of North Da
kota will deliver the evening address
on "Abraham Lincoln, commoner.
At both aeaelone today Professor w.
Eugene Knox will" give readings. In
deed, the audience begins ' to demand
that Professor .Knox appear at every
meeting, which le rather hard on the
accommodating professor but a great
delight to the assembly.
.The ball game at 1:10 iv m. will be
between Chemawa and the North Pa
cific. . 'Sunday the Banner' Say. '
Notwithstanding lowering clouds and
threatening skies Bunday proved the
banner day In attendance and for the
first time, almost, thla year every seat
flavor and quality may
be fully protected J ; J
are packed flavor-tight
in -dust ' proof cartons.
They give - tea . satisfac
tion. ' ..,
' J. A. folder U Co. '
'. :- if ass rremoieoo V -'
Iraeorten ef Ptarw Tons
tn ths ssdltotium was occupied when
Hon. Prank 8. Regan began his ser
mon, or rather hla talk, on "The Build
ing of a City." Aa in his other ad
dreaaes. Mr. Regan Illustrated hie talk
with crayon sketchea. which aeamed to
please the audience greatly.
itexore tbe address rrofessor Heritage
Eave a solo and his rich voice was never
eard to better advantage.
At 4 p. m. the Indian band gave a ea
ered concert, and as there waa no base
ball to start tha audience m ovine1 lust
aa ths speaker of the afternoon was top
ping on nis last ana tening oumas,
aa Is generally ths case on week dare,
moat of the audlenoe remained seated
through the concert, and, what was
more complimentary, kept their places
during the exercises of the Toung Wo
men's Christian Association, which di
rectly followed tbe concert.
The T. W. a A. fassstosk
Mrs. Sarah Evans, a member of the
State boarn of tha Y. W. C nraaldad
lat this meeting, and the first number
on me program waa a cornet sole who
violin obllgato, by Mrs. M. 8, Moore and
Miss Clalreta Em Mars. It was so
greatly enjoyed by the audience that
the players had to respond to a stcrny
Mlse Constance McCorkle, secretary of
the Portland T. W. C. A., gavs a brief
talk on Portland girls and the work of
the T. W. C A. Bhe illustrated her
f olnts with many personal experiences
hat had, come to her In the work and
she cast ' illuminating light upon ths
changed conditions or the girls when
onoe they had been brought .within the
Influence ot the organisation,
Miaa Francis Oage gave some pathetlo
plcturea of the girls of other countries,
and shs too showed the benefloent in
fluence upon girls of heath an nations
when touched with the love of this
chrlatlan society. '
Compliment Tern CM Sorrleev
The afternoon closed with two hymns,
beautifully sung, by Mlaa Metta Brown
of Portland, and the benediction, pre
nounced by Miss Oaga - ,
The large crowd that had gone up for
the oay generally stayed for the concert
by . the Indian band in the evening and
the sermon by Dr. John R. Straton.
The rain which threatened by a slight
shower in the morning, only served to
settle tbe dust and gave the campers
and visitors no more trouble, but kept
the grove delightfully oool and. com
fortable 'all day.
The transportation service Is every
thing that could be desired and the
greatest satisfaction is expressed each
evening at the dose of the eserclsee te
And the cars brought Into the yard and
close up to the auditorium, where every
one can take their time and get aboard
easily without hurry and confusion rf
former years. - . .-
PBOSPEBITY NEYEB ' '
- SO HIGH BEFOEE
Hood River Plethoric With WeeUti
' ' ot Forrst and OrchardPoor
" Lo's Finaadal Edacatioa.
(Spwrtal Dlaeeteb te Tbe JeaneU
Hood River, Or, July 11. Kood Rivet
merchants report unprecendented busi
ness prosperity this summer and stats
that never before hare they known such
large sales at this time of the year.
Big wages in lumber establishments and
high prloes paid for picking strawber
ries are said to be responsible to a large
extent for this .great prosperity. One
grower who settled up with hla pickers
paid out over 11.000 today. The money
was received by Indians, who were pre
vailed on . to accept checks In payment
for their services. This is said to bs
eomethlng that they have heretofore
refused to do, instating on the hard cash.
In order to pay them olt In checks
rather unusual banking methods had to
be resorted to, aa many of them were
unable to Indorse them. The checks
were given to avoid taking such a large
urn of money into a somewhat isolated
ranch district In the Mount Hood ooun
try, ead. were Indorsed, bx the, sense of
1 ? SoMoa
Ton wear ths
.while paring for It
- ISO THIRD STREET ,
the ranch for those whs could not
write, with the names given him, and
the bank informed of the procedure- by
telephone. The bank oSloiala consid
ered: this necessary, as some of the
names were rather peculiar, checks be
ing issued to suon appellations as -nam
Dave," "Jim Bill," ' Ceremonious Btaybt,"
"Mary Cay use," and. In fact, the whole
"Cay use" family, little and big. On
Presenting the checks and discovering
nat they were as good as shiny silver or
gold the redskins were satisfied and
straightway commenced to turn it Into
any old thing with the usual rapidity.
Twelve thousands dollars was drawn
from ene bank here the day before the
rourtff of July, largely by lumber. mill
employee, to be spent, and business men
say the large contributions mads by
them for the celebration proved a good
Pull returns from the strawberry crop
this year are expected to amount to
$160,00s, and cherries, which are very
plentiful and bringing good prloes, are
expected also to make a big return,
BLACK HAND KILLS
, (Journal Special Service.'
" Sferllng, XXL, July IS. Miss ClnanMta,
s beautiful young Italian woman, waa
found dead In her bedroom with a bullet
wound through her heart The police
have been working on the mystery all
day with no success whatever. There is
not the slightest clue, either, to mdJ
tlve in the way of revenge or robbery to
be had. ThS authorities have about
concluded that the murder is ths work
of the Black Hand association and may
hare had Its inception in Italy.
Bo far 'as can be learned, the woman
had no enamlea There la no evidence
of a struggle in the room where shs was
murdered, and the crime waa eo suc
cessfully committed that the murderer
left no trace of himself. The neigh
bor did not hear the shot and no sus
picious characters have been noticed In
the vicinity. The Sntlre affair is walled
with mystery and the police admit they
au maka no headway until some one
who knowe gives a olus upon which tol
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natural movements, euree constipation
iMian's Regulate. Ask your druggist for
them, l eeaU box.-
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