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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. THURSDAY EVENING, JULY IS, 1007.
Last Friday saw more buyers in this store than ever before in its
" history. , The values were nothing short of marvelous, and when
we tell you that for this Friday's selling bargains wilVeven exceed
those of last week you may certainly know we expect another
record breaker, and our faith is strong that it will be. Every 'de
partment is going to contribute its share toward making this sale
, the banner one of the season. Below we print an aggregation of :
values that should crowd this store to its 1 utmost capacity.
Tomorrow, t;e 95c Clearance Bargains
WILL BUY FRIDAY
K: $2.50 Values. .'
... tL .-
WASH BELTS :
50c Values, 3 for
: ; CHIEFS ;
' 25c Value, 6 for -'.
$1.50 and $1.75
- HAND BAGS
$1.50 to $1,75 Vals.
CHIEFS: 50c Values," 3 - for :
$1.50 and $L75
, HOSE : .
: : Gauze Lisle , .
r $1.50 Values
v . COMBS
Assorted, . $2 .Vals.
-t- - .
$1.50 and $1.75
r--' ' ' . f: ',
: 95c ;
"hr'j:r HOSE ;
75c Values, 2 Jpairs
r 75cr Valuesr2;f or
$2.00 Values .'.
$1.50 and $1.75
'.'.".. Values V
Regular 35c Values
,'-r,''; Four for . '
: SIDE COMBS,' .
75cyals., 2 pre. for
$1.50 and $1.75
50c Value, 3 for
x ' COATS ;
1.50 and $1.75 -Values-
7 St Value,' 2 for
$1.50 and $1.75
Values up to $1.75
Trimmed and Rcady-to-Wcar Hats in This Sale at 95c
There's a keen rivalry-among Ihe departments of,this store, each trying to
outdo the other m value-giving duri ng this sale. We- are aware that we
have powerful, competitors righturf this house when it comes1. to offering
valuesrjSo we have planned long an d goocUto make tmr-hat-special the,
equal if not the superior, of any on this page. - About 200 hats, tnmmVd
and ready-to-wear .styles, flowers, . ri bbons and feather - trimmings, every
popular; shape,- among them rMflan, chip', Java, "Leghorn and ;,v Q C n
SKIRTS, TOO, ARE IN THIS
If there's any one item on this page that deserves your at-,
tention it's this Skirt item; We've "entered into this sal?
with a spirit to overshadow "all "other offerfogs arid we be
lieve when the day's'busiriess is-done .skirts will head thelist
over all other 95c specials. Dress and. Walking ,, ACrr
SkirtsV valueTup to $8.5o:t:77r.T. . Triri :. .;?.t7uC
Free Scl;c!:rs!::p3 for Doys cr.J (r.ih :
Leading Educations! Institulicns.
Sums of Cash Also to Be Distributed Among Industrious
and': Meritorious Students Who -Participate in
n The Journal Educational Contest.
KTUDENT! Whit ar yoo going to do during rot1oot . Rar yoa doldl what
chool or eollec you will attend naxt yrT If not. bow would a oholrhi
la on of tb followln zcollant school ult youf '
Hill MIMUi-r A cad em r for ttoya. Fort
land, Oragon. . t
Two acholarahtpa; on aeholarahlp
with board, room, tuition, laundry and
other ltema aroountlna- to $66. Another
acholarnhlp aa a aapaxata prima tor tui
tion, value (IIS. .
8C Mary' Inatltnta, Bearerton. Ora
con. One acholarahlp In academte de
partment, Including laaaona on any In
atrument; alao board, room, eta Value
. St Helen'a Hall, 'day and boarding
aehool for grlrla and younay ladlea, Port
land, Oracon. Two acholarahtpa, includ
ing noon meal.
Whitman College, Walla WallaWaah.
Si'holarahlp . In the Conaarvatory of
Mualc, yalua 1100.
Willamette UnlTeralty, Salem, Oregon.
Two acholarahlpa. One In either eollea-e
or preparatory .department, value $0;
the other In the mualo department,
Dallaa Colleaa, CaHaa, Oreaon. Be hoi
International rorreapondene Brhnola
Of Scranton, Pa-Portland airency 114 Me
Kay Bldr.. H. V. Reed tnanecr. Two
acholarattlpa; choice of tlOu tuition In
any of the aumeroue or helpful
ooureea except lananiaae eoune or
couraea In locomotive runnlna; another
acholarahlp In the aame to the value of
International Conaervatory of lfnale,
C E. Sand, manag-er, Paclno coaat dl
vialon, Portland. Orepton. Three achol
arahlpa; the wlnnera to have their
choice of any of the five different
ooureea taught by tula conaervatory;
namely, piano, organ, violin, mandolin
and guitar; acholarehlpe Include aheet
mualc. all Inatructlona and the atrlnget
tnatrumenta. If t ringed Inatrument
couraea are aelected.
Oregon Expert college, Portland, Ore
gon. One acholarahlp In telegraphy and
typewriting, value 175. Another echolar
ehlp 1p telegraphy,-"typewriting t and
atatlon aervlce work., value $100.
Portland Boalneaa college, Portland.
arehlp in either academic or oollega dxJ.6rgon. .A. P. Armetrong, principal
parrmanv Taiua it xo (ou. . . ..
Portland Academy, Portland, Oregon.
Day acholarahlp in alther oollega or
academic department, good for . one
year, value $130. '!
Mrs. Walter Reed. Portland, OreWon.
Teacher of voice and glnging. Leaon
to the value of $100. .
McMlnnrllle College, ' McMlnnvHIe,
Oregon. Two acholarahlpa One in
either academlo or college department,
value $S0; one In the department of
mualo, valne $00. .
Paclflo Ufilveralty, Foreet Grove, Ore
gon. Two acholarahlpa. One day achol
arahlp in the academy or eollege, value
$60. One acholarahlp for a girl with 10
montha' Instruction in mualc; board,
room, etc., in Herrlck Hall. $110. :
Paclflo College, Newberg, Oregon. One
acholarahlp in either college or academy
department for one echool year, $. -
R Mn Myer, $41 Alder street. Port
land, Oregon.- One acholarahlp good for
It hoursT lnatructlon In drawing, oil
or water oolor painting, or paataL
' Holme - Bualneea eollege, Portland,
Oregon. Four acholarahlpa; one com
bined acholarahlp -one year, -value $100;
one academlo or elvil aervloe acholar
ahlp, one rear. $100; choice of - either
commercial or ahorthand acholarahlpa,
alx montha, $00; night oouree, any de
partment, one year, $50.
' Behnke Walker Buatnaaa eollege,
Portland, Oregon. Four - acholarahlpa
for 1$ montha' combined eouree, value
$100; one acholarahlp for months' com
bined eouree value. $85; one acholar
ahlp for ( montha' courae, value $70;
ona soholarehlp for months alther
shorthand or business course, value $(0.
Baker City Bualneaa oollega. Baker
City, Oregon. Scholarship good for one
year In ahorthand, commercial, Eng
llah, advertlalng and penmanahlp
ooureea, value $100.
four acholarahlpa, aa follows: One for
I months In combined course, value
1100: one for 0 months in combined
course, value $15; one for montha In
combined course, value $70: ona for $
months In shorthand or bualneaa eouree,
Rose 'City- Bualneaa college, Portland.
Oregon: - Two echolaxshrpe.; ona com
bined -course for one school year, xalue
$00; one 0 months' course In shorthand
or bookkeeping, $50.
Capital Bualneaa oollega. Salem, Ore
gon. Ona acholarahlp good for 1
months' tuition . la either department. -value
Oregon Conaervatory of Mualo, Port
land, Oregon. Course In piano with ln
atructlon - under . L. H; Hurlburt-Ed-wurds,
including nae) of mualo, value
Eugene Business college, Eugene, Ore
gon. One acholarahlp In commercial or
stenographic course, value $100.
Western Academy of Muslo, Elocu
tion and Dramatic Art, W. M. Rasmus,
principal, Portland, Oregon. One echol-,
arehlp la choice of vocal, piano, violin,
mandolin, elocution, oratory and dram
atlo art, vr-4ue $100.
- Holmea-Flandera Private school, Port
land. - One acholarahlp- - good for- one
year's special university preparation,
one year a normal eouree, or practice 1
English course for ona and ona half
yaara, valued at $150.
Oregon Lw eollege. Commonwealth
bunding, Portland. Oregon. Scholar-,
ship In the first two years of the coarse, :
Gillespie School of Expression, Port
land, Oregon. Private and elaaa Instruc
tion to the value of $115.
Albany College. Albany, Oregon. Tul- .
tion for one school year In either acad
emlo or college department.
Pendleton Business College. Pendleton,
Oregon., Value of acholarahlp $J0.
" CASH AWARDS SUPPLEMENT SCHOLARSHIPS
raah with first choice of scholarship
Cash, with second choice of acholarahlp.. ........
Cash, Wltn intra cnoice oi acnoiaranip,.... , .
. ... . ,,f JVV
. OF LODGES
B, P. 0. Elks Hold High Car-
; nival on Streets of Old
, (Jooraal Spselal Servfea.) : C
hlladelphia, July 1$. Before a crowd
of Thee ring thousands, that congested
the sidewalks and filled trie winaowa
' along Broad, Market and other leading
- downtown thoroughfare, the member a
of tha Benevolent and Protective Order
of Elke, "The Bet People on Earth,"
. held their great parade today. It was
the big day of the annual conclave and
, the spectacular features of the program
attracted tnoueanaa oi aoaitionai viauora
from aearhv oolnta in Pennsylvania.
- New Jersey and Delaware. The number
i of marohers broke all records in the
fclatnrv of the order. There were thou
rands of them, representing tha lodgea
' throughout the entire country. Many
of them wore the regulation long coat
and high hat, white othera Were clad
"in fantastic costume. The El Paao lodge
" " in Mexican ooatume. the Pueblo Elite
- " with a band of Rocky mountain burroa
' and numerous oiners mat oirerea novel
- eaturea were greeted with enthualaam
hv the crowda. -The nraoeealon -atarted
at 10 o'clock In the morning snd the
afternoon was well advanced before the
- rear guara naa peaeea the - reviewing
, atana.- . ' .
",' Fref erred knock Oaaaed aVeoaa. "
Allen Txewla' Beat Brand.
- -i-J- V Mexican ;.
rary aaraal tha
sIIsmm and stop
tka taasi daaa-eel,
, areialatln alas)
. Oaraa avory allmeel
f Maaar Daaat
' Ualaaawt aara,
'. Mows better, r
. asMMtls -
Georcre and Nora Earl No-
madically Happy Going
- to Japan Next.
' Bpedal Oaipatck ' to Tke JesraaL)
: Spokane, Wash., July 1$. Mrs. Nora
Earl, alleged hobo and - broncho-buster
and wlfa of George Earl, chef at White's
hotel,, was arrested" near .Walla Walla
for masquerading In men's attire and
brought to this city. She says she and
her hueband became 'stranded at Baker
City, Oregon, and her husband left for
Walla Walla to get work. He found
hone there and cams to Spokane. Her
funds gave out and she , started for
Walla Walla In a suit of her husband
clothes. She rode tha blind baggage
into that city, only to find her hueband
had gone to Spokane. She went to that
city and hearing he was still in Walla
Walla, atarted to return, when she waa
arrested by a 'policeman who noticed her
small foot At Walla Walla aha was
turned over to the Salvation Army, who
sent her to Spokane, where a card had
been received announcing that George
waa mere. - - -
Both era happy and contented. They
have traveled In everv . etate In the
union but Montana. They-ren away to
fei married ana are respectively ii ana
I years old. She waa the daughter of
a Texas ranger and has ridden bronchos
all her life. Her father started Wild
West show. In which she did a riding
feat While thus engaged she met Earl
and they fell in love, when her father
objected to her marrying at 10 they ran
away. They say they are going to a lay
here for a time and then take a trip to
Japan. .......... - ,' .
HONOR MEMORY OF .
"VV Usenet Special terries.) , y. '
City of Mexico, July 1$. sAt the oeme-
terv of San Perdlnando In thla city 1m-
? receive memorial exercises were held
odsv in honor of the Liberal ' party
president.-Benlto-Juarea. A-long peo
ceeslon marched to the cemetery where
in lie the remalne of the llluatrloua sol
dler who led the succeaaful struggle
against the Maximilian empire. The iro-
ceaalon Included worklngmen'a societies,
membere of the federal, district and city
government, sclent mo eocletles, of doer
of the gerrlson, surviving signer of
tne present constitution ana memnere
of the liberal patriotic committee
Orations were delivered by prominent
federal nrnrlels and representatives or
different societies. The tomb was el
moat burled beneath the wealth Of floral
offertnga deposited by the Masonic
lodges and other organisations.,
So .the 'People
We are selling any Straw Hat in our entire stock, mind you, the season's latest
- and best styles.- An immense stock from which to select. $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 and
$5.00 values, all go at the onflowJrice. None : reserved; your untrammeled
i, choice of the house at ; .."J ! .
We are also selling you Outing Suits which are $10.00, $12.50 and $15.00 values
for $3.85, which is less than the cost of the trimmings. We have about 200 of
these suits left, the assortment of sixes is still good. Mind you, ; v ' fl Q C
your choice of any Outing Suit in the store at. .......... ......,....)O.OD
. - the
The Chicago Clothing Co.
' 69 AND 71 THIRD STREET ;(
1 , HORSESHOES OVER THE DOORS
LIFIT STORY OF ' ' : V
' HONORED PIONEER
Riddles, Or., July. 11 Mrs. Noah Cor
nutt, who died of heart failure at her
home In the Cow creek valley, July ,
was bom in Illinois, February 1&. 1141.
-T Keep WaU
tha whole rear through," writes 1 A.
lisrtlett, of Rural Route 1, Oullford,
Me., "I and my family uea Dr. King's
New Life Fills. They have proven
moat satisfactory to all of us They
ton the system and cure biliousness,
malaria" and eonatlpatlon. Quaranteed
at Red Cross Pharmacy. J to
She was the daughter of W. W. Judd,
who was later ft pioneer settler of the
Cow creek Valley, In Douglas county.
Early In her life the family moved from
Illinois to Cincinnati.- Ohio, her- mother
dying when she-was II months eld. In
111 she, with her father, one aleter and
two brother, crossed the plain snd
settled In the Cow creek valley.--She
waa married to Noah Cornutt, January
IT. 181. To them ware born six sons
and three daughters, all of whom are
living. When I yeara of age ahs united
with tha Methodist church and remained
a devoted member until her death. Her
home from the beginning waa the home
of the ministers of the gospel, whether
of her own denomination or of eome
other. All were given a hearty welcome,
friends and neighbors expressed th
high esteem In which aha was held by
their presence at her funeral, which was
on of the largeat evef held In tha Cow
iU m WOBLD
Kitowa that Ballard's Snow Liniment
haa no auperlor for rheumatism, stiff
Joint, cut, apraina, lumbago and all
pain. Buy It, try ft and you will al-e-aya
naa It. Any body who has used
Ballard s Know Liniment is a living
oroof of what It doea All we aak of
rou la to get a trial bottla' price Ho,
On end 11.00. Hold by all drugglata
equal advantage. with tha contestant Itv.
ing in tne city or Portland. The young
people living In the country have this
advantage over their city rivals: they
enjoy a 'larger personal acquaint nop.
' . vfcAjr or BzaTmzBtmov.
The candidate who at tha close et
the conteet haa the largeat number of
votes. Irrespective of locality or -district,
will have first eholoe of all schol
arship. Tha second "choice wilt- fall -to- tha
contestant of highest vote In the dis
trict which doea not get the first choice.
The third choice will fall to tha con
testant of falgheat vote In a district'
which does not get either the first or
eecond choice. The fourth choice wilt
fall to' the contestant of highest vote "
In tha district which doea not get tha
flret, second or third choice. The re-
malnlng scholarship will be given out
to contestanta according to their stand-
lng. alternating between the district.
The caaa prises will be given out
similarly. The contestant, however,
who calls for- a acholarahlp which In
cludea board will not be given a cash
prise. In addition to the board. He or
ehe, however, will keep tha cash com
missions earned during tha contest fog
new subscribers. '
T ' 4. Castvwlth fourth eholoe of echolarship. ........ .... ........ (9
X Cash, with fifth eholoe of scholarship. ... .... i..,.5i..i.i..... -
I ' Cash, with sixth choice of scholsrship 6,
T. Cn, vrlinaevenin noice di -iroriuii,,,,,,,., i
. . Caab. with eighth choice of cholrehlp...J..l.. ................ 10.
t. Cash, with ninth choice of scholarship. It
The above aums In ceah will be paid contestants at the and of the oon
" teat In the order of their standing aa to votea. Cash- commissions ar
allowed on new subscriber, in addition to the cash awards here noted, so
that tha contestant gate pay. for his work; every lay of the contest.-
The How. The When. The Why
Free tuition and expensa money dur
Ing the school year are put within the
reach of tha deeervlng. anergetio and
persevering young psopls who reside
within the circulation t Held of The
0,rKn jo,Zt Po"'W .J
bove ana girls to earn the scholarships
bv scouring subscribers to The Journl
and making advance collectlono from
pir.lreZdr taking the paper. The
atudent wno engsst -
a valuable bulne experience Quite a
J.7.nMal as Mi atydlM at echool , ,h
;ima time helping" tha -tudent. And
the newspaper enjuy ".----growth
of clrcuUUon among tha beat
Class oi pvi". i
. mjttm i mmm ml I l.T. OSOXTiX.
ubscribsrs to Tha Journal will de
cide Vh" shall ba tha beneflciariea Jn
"'.ubscriw'to Tha JounuU will
which til) luUBtriuiiuii
vanci A achedule of the vote; illwJ
f" eubaorlptlona for different periods
elet In rounding up aubecrlbera. both
old and now; and aieurlna their votea.
MoraTotes will ba allowed" on new aub-
oertKronu"h increis." "?f its-circulation
that The Journal will receive return for
Kh.laV;.JouUay of ca.h .and .cholar-
ahma. Tne more mw uw.
JSrSJeUnU find. hermore votea for
, iwABSI Hint B 1USJTX9.
Through tha combination of
abovroutllned any boy or jM I has i an
ffiiai hVnd1. sir
Al the rVurtU mut h, ur.der.topd
wrnn:CdWn.ly,:fth.mC .Undln. in
712. a mo by developing the very
Jlr1t-2 Jhlch are discovered, brought
o"t"and tln?d br every student who
SterVTbe Journal contest.
XKI TO AXAKKA. .
Tha leader of rry district on Uug
nst I may nama the person who noml
Slted him or aome peroon who ha sup
Sorted him? accordfni r to his own dis-
UThr. Al-.. tnfcP on. of the finest
summer ouiins -
tourist steamere are palatial and paa
thrmish the flneet eoenery on the con
tinent of America. Tha party under the
auspices Tof Tha Journal will ba given aa
SinV Tha sipen.. will be paid. Includ-
ar meals on steamerf from Portland to
TiVaW. end return, for all gueats In
vited by tha leading conteetanta
' very often aome kindly dispose er
ecn takea auch an Interest In the fcon-
the contestanta The excurelon offer
gives 1 - j . Am- - - v.
UIH CMAMOM TOM AXA.
Tor vne yvriruwm vm. .nil ng me
scho'Arshlps and cash prises, the field
of The Journal haa been divided Into
lour own i". -
f Multnomah county, Oregon.
Willamette valley (aa far South as
Southern Oregon (all south of Eu
' Very liberal meTre of vote Is al
lowed for Biibacri' :ons to til eml
weekly edition cf , j v.vn to invnr
conteetsnts work"-- i-, ,
chedle la i i . t . '
so divided, thst
ths country or .
Prepaid subscrlpttona. only, count fop
votes in the Oregon Journal content,
many-more polnte being allowed for
new subscriptions than for oavmenta
on old subscriptions. , In order to pro
cure votes on sa old subscription, the
advance payment ahall ba made for not
lee than three montha Votea era al.
lowed on new subscriptions, for advance
paymenta for one month or more, aa
outline of tha voting value being aa
baxlt An tnnrDAT zsmoi,
' m a aay u,HU vHV.
price, delivered , by carrier, at points
having a carrier aervlce, ti cents; vote
auowea. 11 new, o o votes; ir old, none.
Two months: Frio by mall ar deliv
ered, 11.10; votea allowed, if new. 111
voiee; ir okj. none. Three months:
Price by malt $1.00; delivered, fist;
votea allowed. If new, I0; if old, 171.
The same number of votes are al
lowed -whether the paper . goes to tha
subscriber by mall or by carrier.
- Four montha: By mall, t.(0; dellv.
ered, tl.to; votea allowed. If new, 400;
ir oia, rive montns: ; iTloe ty
mall, $t.lt: by carrier, IS.2I; votes al-
towea, ii new, too; ir old. I2e. Bis
months: By mall, ll.Tl; by carrier
and o on.
Twelve montha: Bv mail. .17.10: by
carrier, 17 0: votea allowed. If new.-
1,000 ; If old. 1.000.
DAXLT XDXTTOaT WRIOUt gtnrBAT
Ona month:. Price by mall, 10 cents:
delivered, 4f eente; votes allowed. If
new, 40: If old, none. Two monthe: Price
by mall, $1; delivered, 0 cents; votes
allowed. If new, 100; If eld. none. Three
montha: By mall, 11.40; dellvere.1,
Jl. Si; votea allowed. If new. too: If ol I.
0. Four months: By mall. It. If; ty
carrier, Il.tO; votes allowed, if new,
150; If old. 110. Fir montha: Br mail.
$1.10; by carrier. 11.15; votee allow. I.
If new, I0O: If old. 140. Bt mor.tr.:
By mail, 11.71; by carrier, ll.to; vote
allowed. If new. 400; If old. luO; ai
so on. . .....
Twelve months: By mail. 18: by cer.
Her, lt.10; votea allowed. If new, l.tiuu;
If old. 100. '
t7inAX lOTrmwAii cwit.
Twelve monthe: Price bv nit or l
carrier $!.: vote allowed, if a r-
subcrlher. 4'": If n f,i. .
HO SI months: T 1 m,! or i y
rler, fl S; votes ai....l. If r..
If old. 75. 1 (Tea r" ' "
by currier f . r. '., -
new, t j; If u. I. . .