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DAILY -JOURNAL PORTLAND. ' THURSDAY EVENING.- JULY . 13, . 1CC7.
The Store) Noted for IWt GoAm at' Lowest Irle.
Oh, t Vi a nkyou , ka rvkyou 1
Tlnv Tads f
For havlncr esuefht mv Eve. 't&&i?ZZlr2
I see. below, Among your ads.
. . e - J . . -js.- r-t - ;e-,
own.; osirgeunst , mull ouyi
. Modern Jean Taljean . Will
Be Given His Freedom by
' President Roosevelt 7 To-
20c Bath Towels 12ic
Extra special for Friday and Saturday.
Size 18x40 inches and pore white, fringed
ends, best' 20c, frade. No ' '
mall or phone orders filled lO'
for this special; snap ........ Ja.a?C
Camp Blankcb 65c
10- 4 sue Cotton Camping Blankets, in
white and gray with colored bor- '
ders. Regular 85c Vitality. Friday ' f
and Saturday, special, pair...... UuC
11- 4 size at, a pair ......,..... ..I. .fl.OO
$2.25 S Gloves $1.75
Full 16-button -'lengths, with double
tipped fingers, black and white, all sixes
and standard $2.25 quality.
Friday and Saturday; only frl 7tt
at, special, a pair ....... ....dl. f D
. morrow Xumber of Petl
; ' tioners Asked Pardon.
. ," (Jaarael Saeelsl ServkO , , '
' Leavenworth. Kan, WT XsWoha
William January, the anodern Jen
ValJeen,- who rrt and ' rttura , to
prlT ! . .pring .ttrtJ attention
throughout th country, ta a b Svren
bit freedom- tomorrow In OOTrUno
with the- terms of th pardon jrrantad
by President-Roosevelt on th adWylc of
, " Attorney-General Bonaparte.
It waa In that J"T
vlcted of robbing a building In Btin
water. Oklahoma, that contained a P""
office. He wa sentenced to y ye.r
In th federal penitentiary at Fort L-
- inworth, frre which Jn.tlluMon -caned
after erving three year. After
working through . . Kn "r!
aa a quarryman, and . tnen aa
a - traveling aaJeaman, he went
to Kansas City, . changed hla
. nam to Chsrleg H. Anderson, and mar
ried. He Missed In several kind of
business, finally becoming proprietor of
a restaurant, and waa well respected.
On April 10 last he was rearrested
' through Information furnlahed by a
former convict, who had known him In
prison. On the day Anderaon waa re
turned to piiaon a movement waa begun
by th Kanea City newspaper to
cur hi pardon. Tbre day later pe
tition bearing 10.000 name wre for
warded to President Roosevelt. Within
another two day a second batch of pe-
tttiona waa sent to Washington, bring
ing th total number of signers to 40,
u. Many prominent peraon were
- among those who recommended a par
don. On th trngth of these petition
and th evidence furnlhed that Ander
son had led an honest and upright Ufa
' after hi acp from prison Attorney
General Bonaparte recommended to th
president that th entenc b- com-
muted to three-month fromtthe dai
of the rearrest and that h be pardoned
- at th end of that time.
On hi relea from prton tomorrow
Anderson will b greeted by hi wife
, and three-year-old daughter. He has
already announced hla Intention to re
turn to Kaasa City and engage In busi
ness. . . , . - , . ..:..;-.
; GROWN! IX OREGON
That Oregon la th Ut baring per
fect condition for growing th flneat
- chen-le In th world has bean again
7 conclusively proven thl season. Many
who have aen. the crop produced In
,. th Willamette i valley bav admitted
s k - '
w i.- '" :- ::; ;:J
Royal Dnchesg Cherriw. -j -
that Oregon cherries surpas all others.
Th Illustration - herewith '. show a
branch from a S-year-old Royal Duches
tree owned by E. Prennel of Salem. Th
tre thl year bore It first crop. On
thl particular branoh, II inch long,
ar 110 large, lusclou cherries. ;
An exchange ay that a Seattle wo
wan kl"MHJ a burglar In the dark last
week, thinking it waa her husband. Well,
the Utter part of the statement may be
true if th coupU bad just been mar
' Totra xotzb '
Is out of order. Tou go to bed In a
bad humor and get up with a bad taate
In your mouth. Tou want ometMni
to ettmulst your liver. Just try Hr
nine. in mr iiuiaior. a boaltive
cur for constipation, dyspepsia and
liver complaints. - Mrs. " .. ran
Hav. need Harbin In my family tor
rrs. Word can't express what I
hlnk about it. Evarybodr in mv hnn
heM ere happy nd well, and w owe it
14 Hrl.lneft kild by all druaflsta "
- " TEA ;
Two ways to deal: (l)lct
the buyer look-out for hcr
icU; (2) look-out for her.
There is no middle, way.
Tnr ri rr rimi year Beney U m Seat
i.ti ku -
Silk Petticoats $4.98
Standard $7.50 ValuesAll Pure Silk
r . . r-
For a great Friday and Saturday special we place on sale 150 high
grade Silk Petticoats7 made from very best quality taffeta silk,' with
silk dust ruffle and every one cut good and fulL AIine assort
ment of colors, including navy, brown,, green,
Alice blue, pink, garnet and . black. Splendid
i . - - r
$7.50 Yalues. ' Here's, a bargain you shouldn't
25c Hosiery, Spec 1 2kc
y- Two Days Only at This Low Price ;
Friday and Saturday will be busy days in th Hosiery section.
For these two great bargain1 daysT we offer 1,000 "pairs rnen's,
women's and children's Hoe at just half their "Tegular-value."
Children's come in fine, ribbed French lisle, with '
double heel gndtoei women's (n plain black or
fancy embroidered, and men's in plain colors and
fancy embroidered styles; 25c values. 3d Sty window
. - '. .' ,' . : ' --
Corset Covers 29c
Fine Cambric Corset Covers, two rows
lace insertion j l' laceedge,HbbohTand
beading: Regular sellfng r
price 40c. Special Friday. - - OQ1
and Saturday at.each, .....sC7C
Short Kimonos 98c
Friday and Saturdayonly, at this price.
Yretty ' oriental colorings, with front and
sleeves faced with satin to .
match. Standard $1.50 values any
where. Special, each -. j . ,.
Untlervvear at 25c
Men's and Boys'. Balbriggan Underwear,
summer weight, long, short or tleeve
le , ankle': or knee' length- ' T
drawe". double ' teat; also L ; Q C 1
Men's athletic shirts, 50c vals...CDC
Regular 75c Quality--Ages 4 to 14 Years
To close out the balance of this special line we put the entire lot
on the bargain table Friday and. Saturday at just half price. Re
member these are standard) 75c goods and never sold for less.
Come in neat stripes, checks and plaids, also plain
colors, and materials are French ' ginghams, madras,
percale and sateen. A bargain you'll never see again,
so ' take advantage. - Choice ............. , y ......... ,
Friday and Saturday Only All Sizes
If you've a Bathing Suit to buy come here Friday or Saturday
and pay ab9Ut half the regular price. Come in pretty sailor styles
with white" duck collar and tie, with fancy braid
trimming around collar, belt and armsjjregu-
lar $3.50 suit, and splendid value 'at that price.
All sizes up to 44. For two days only, choice
White Parasols 97c
White Linen-- Parasols, finished ; with
Battenberg cord, neat bamboo . handle;
regular $175 value. . Special
Friday and Saturday' only at
IJllI luw yt ike i, ....... .......
Sleeveless Vests 25c
All Summer Underwear must go now in a
hurry. For Friday and Saturday we offer
choice of our regular 35c and 50c
sleeveless vests, all styles and,
sizes at, each .
Summer. Corsets 47c
Summer Corsets in batiste and ventilat
ing cable net, with or without hose sup
porters." Standard 75c to $1.50
vatttes; several different styles.
Out ;' of town orders
given prompt attention.
Write for our newr re
duced price lut. v,
The only ieam'-aUow-ing
pattern ' made that
sells for 10 cents. New
fashions just in..
TALLEST SWEET: PEA VINE DUE
TO CARPENTER'S GREED FOR GAIN
1 A carpenter who wanted, to earn a
much aa possible from email Job I
directly rpontbl (or th growth ot
awe. . pea 14 feet high th tallest
ever known' In Portland. They wer
irron by O. O. Hu(hon. a travelinc
man, whoUlved at 14 East Fourteenth
street. ' "
Hushson planted th pea and whan
they had broken through th ground or
dered a carpenter to make a rack for
inem to arrow UDOn. Me left th order
on morning while on hi way to th
train to cover ni territory, ana aia not
e th rack until soma tlm afterward.
Then be discovered that th carpenter
had mad th rack 11 feet high and sent
In a bill for II, whloh Hughson consid
ered quit shocking, .but as the rack
was there th bill had to be paid.
It was an Ineona-ruous looking arrair.
tha rnr)r tnwerlna 11 feet abOV Sea
only a raw Inche nign. ana 11 snoraea
Hughson neighbor much amueement.
. IN THE PAL0USE
' i (Special W.patfh The. fearaaL) s
Palou. Waah uly Th trolley
wires ar now strung from Rosalia to
PaJous. th present terminus , of . th
Inland Empire road, and trains will b
operated from thl - point to Palous
within a ween. Al prwmi n raiira
Is kept at Garfield and steam i used
rrom mat point to rivamm w wn
fre'aht and passenger. . -
tm trarric la growing- an iiona
Una and snore "of people ar coming
Into th Palous country over the
eiectne line, some looking ror location
for business whll others are looking
Th alectrlo I1n 'wllt be built Into
Moscow, Idaho, by January 1. A big
Ior; of men -and team 1 grading a
rapidly a poaslbl. , .
-TISIT TOM TAGOART
Moeraal Iwriil gerrlee.
Trnch IJck Bprlngs. Ind., July II.
Th men Who work with pen and brain
the year round to keep the Democratic
party to the front In Indiana rounded
up here today to take part In the an
nual meeting of th t.te TMmeoratle
4iiori aasociaUoa, tor Uire aag
. But Hughson determined ,to get hi
money's worth- and, lne th rack did
not lit the - pep, h would make th
peas. fit th rick, and busied himself
with forcing them to th top. A sprink
ling permit from the city waterworks,
hose, fertiliser, guano and garden tool
formed considerable items In Hughson'
expense account, but not In th ac
counta h turned In to hi Arm, and all
hi spar tlm waa devoted to the care
fur and scientific culture o sweet pea.
. Patience and Industry were rewarded
one day when Hughson had th satis
faction of seeing th pea vine creep
over th top of th rack, and then grow
till farther Into the air. They grew
and grew until he had to build another
story on toi of th rack, and when they
topped growing the vine measured
more than 14 feet In height. '
Kelchbora whn hA mtnffA cam In
to borrow th (lower and admlr th
prise-wlnnmg vine that only th car
penter, had had In mind at th begln-
nin. ...... ... -v , . .
SMITH'S DAILY ROUND-UP
Sdifwd by th rnai Smltk Vsat os fas-tag) Aldsv Si, BVlrat aai Soaa,
"PIQMTINQ TUB BBEP TRUST. -L, 1
VOL, I, NO. t. PORTLAND. OR.. JTJLT. U. 1T PRICED TOUR PATRONAGE.
IT DIDN'T REQUIRE THE
GOVERNMENT TO 00 IT
SMITH DONE IT
th visiting editor, many of whom ar
accompanied by their wive, will re
main here a th guests of Thorn
'tri, cnairman or tne uemocrauc
national committee. Tomorrow will b
devoted to th hualn... . t.A aamwam-
tlon. Including the. reading of paper by
nuinuvr vi prvminent eoitora one or
the chief feature of th meeting will
b th address of Ben Louthlan of
Logansport on "The Democratic Plat
form of 1S0S." which will be delivered
at in Banquet tomorrow vnlng.
RESTORES CRAY HAin
la 113 NATURAL COLOR.
Stops its falling out, and positive-
y remoret uanania. tveeps nan
soft snd elotsy. Is not a 4ye.
Guaranteed perfectly pure. . '
Phllo Hsy spec to., nwr, n. j.
30o, bottl, sll dru;gita "t
- It didn't requlr th government nor
a pure food inspector' nor a few law
to make Smith' meata pur. Smith'
meat hav-alwayT been - pur. If
been Smith' hobby to hav everything
good a honeatv can make It. Hla
lara 1 anaoiuteiy pure wmie tne
packer' lard I don't . er whose It
may h,l to certain extent, adulter
ated with tallow. , ? -
Hmlth'a sausaae and hamburg need
no prrvatlv, they a re put up to b
eaten, tnejrre not supposea to
"kept." Smith' bologna, frankfurta,
to., don't need colon ne, the natural
color is good enough for anyone. And
hav you ever eaten Smith' corned
beef? Mad with water and salt
nothing else. Sliced eold it 1 th moat
satisfying hot weather dish to d found,
Soup Bones, Soup Meat, Beef Stew.
Bee! for Boiling, per lb..l to 4
Rump Koasts, choice tnouiaer -
Roasts 4 -
Prima Rib Roasts, Rib Roasts rolled.
Shoulder Roaats, Veal Breasts, Veal
Shoulder Roast, Mutton, choice
Round fiteak. all. cr pound. . . .10
Sirloin Steak, Tenderloin Steak Small
Porterhouse Steak. Mutton Chops.
Veal Chops, all, per pound.... 1264
Fancy Porterhouse Steak, Loin and
Rib Veal Cutlets. lks urao, choic
est Loin and Rib Lamb Chops, Loin
Pork Chops, all, per pound f
Breakfast Bacon TU
Purs Lard. 5-lb. cans.... .......
Picnic Hams or Shoulders:...
What the Beef Trust Has
Done and What It Is Do
ing to Injure the Stand
ing of U. S. Government
Inspectton. ; . "
Just so often a th Beef Trust
thinks It' "going to pay,". It give the
public a write-up on . it government
Inspected ' meat.'' To do It best It
oan't glv It "ads" th ring of aln
ceiity. It oan't gloss ovsr th actual
crimes which it ha caused to b com
mitted and 1 commltt'ng very day
under th nam of United Stats gov?
About IS .month ago th Bureau of
Animal Industry in thl city waa in th
hand of a moat uneorupulou agent
He boasted and rogue will ever boast
that he had "passed" cattle that he
knew were about to be condemned. "It
was rlakv huilnni.' hut. nevertheless. I
done It," h cknowledged.
The manager of a certain prominent
packing house of Portland said It was
never neceaaarv "those Oays" to hav
anything condemned a long a you
greased tne nana or in inspector. At a
nacklne- nlant In cloa proximity to the
river the Inepector war expert flaher
men by experience they hd th expeH
nr of sitting on th river bank and
flahlng all day and then coming op to
the abattoir at night- they placed the
pur food label on th cattle that war
uppoaed to hav been slaughtered
under their direct supervision. And
while these thins were going on Th
Unscrupulous Government Meat Agent
was Induced to mix up In eltr affair
and he took upon himself to Introduce
a meat ordinance to th city council
which ha ever bor th name f th
Q overn or Hughe of Nw Tork vetoed
th bill which Bought to equal lie the
avalarlaa of the woman school teachers
of New Tortt Cltv with those of th
male teacher.- Th women propose to
bring th matter up again at to next
session ttf th legislature, .
High Class Garments
will be offered at
from former prices
$40.00 SUITS $28.00
.v.- . , . ... vj- - . ; ' -
W: x nn c 1 tit q m a c; n
S30.00 SUITS $21 00
7 $25.00 SUITS $17.50
L $20.00 SUITS $14,00
$18.00 SUITS $ 1 2.(60
(2096v Discount Blues and Blacks) ; . ;
' ' - OCV 1'1'lt M'ir CtTA
vxciN iijLk i onu
3lt MORRISON STRBBT
v 1 OPR. POSTOrriClC : -
: TW LyiGET an IN OREGON 7
(with the exception o! Portland) Is the headquarters for the sal
mon Industry of the world. " Astoria haa the 'climate, there are
" 'v . . . -V neither fljra, fleas,, moaqultos nor dust.
GoMee (Grain Granolcs
The 100 per cent purs cereal health coffee,' can be had from the
following grocers in Astoria, rig.t
Milk Depot TTo. 1 Grocery. -.
Milk Depot Ko. I Grocery.,;,
Milk Depot No. Orooery., ,V
" Fisher Bro.' Co. ,
A. V. Allen. . ' '
Acme Grocery, :
Schalflsld, MalUott Co.
Roe a Wlrelna A. Cn , i
' C. M. Chrfstcnsen. "
Tongue Point Lumber Co. Store.
Johnson A Morrison.
. Suomalalnan Cooperatlv C. : -,
RHiuka Co. - , ...
S. L.. Nautbrup. ,
Xir UAxxmn, xw (Canter for
lumber industry on th Colum-
hla river.) ,
Ferrla Bro. ...
McMllan Mercantile Co.
T. Traw. .
M. Ellis ft Co.
A. 1 Blohardeon. .. .'.
J. U Boll. w
XV KaLaslA. 0 - , ,' ' ; !
J. P. Hansen. - ' , .
rsr -vrAmuarTOxr. on
Warranto. Grocery Butchr
Co. ' , ,
c. W. whit. .
zbt aiiuiat, oav
T. Dresser. ... : r , , -.T
- XM OaVATflsTASmi; OaV f A "ltvaly
city, wher settler ar wanted.)
. Henry Kraia. .
H. McKlel. i
A. R.. Miller. .
M. B. Pag.,
rar sxasiajcawa. ov-.a '
Tlmoth Itlcharda. . . .
tm saAsxna. osv
B. W. Otto.. . '
- T. Dresser (two store),"
"Oolden Grain GranuIesMa served at Locksley Hall, Seaside, Or.
because it Is the 100 per cent pure "health coffee. .